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4 J ' I iArner ican J-prk Citizen I Ml ll AMIJHR'AN FORK CITIZEN sJ'HUAV, Al (Ji SI m i7i7 t H Kiel of Guilty 1 Sentenced to "Die" cH Hig .Intoxicating Liquors" On KXl Before Judge Morgan Found E, Ilarc Hce Vor L'n'n"'11 l'r L( Sfuleiici'tl To Ho Destrojeil. H&e of the most stubbornly con- L iqUor cases over tried In Utah tthat of Utah County va. "Certain Eilcallng Liquors," seized in n ro- Kfjidon tho QrnnUo Club or Am- Kin'ork. Tho Jury In tho enso i Empannclcd Wednesday, August I E, and brought In Its verdict of E? tho following Tuesday evening. i KLt Morgan Issued an ordor for lta Euctlon soon after tho verdict was Kaong thoso who went from Am- Eta Fork (o glvo testimony In the ' E were Mnrslinl Dromlcy, Police Eer Duncan, Wm. nullock, cx-bar Er for the club, Irving L. Pratt, ' E Recorder Forbes, County Com- Eloner D. N. ClirlstciiBon, Alma Kcwowl, Hunt Harrington, Vcrn E;, Wm. Peterson and Detective Erson of Salt I ako City. -Tim club K ihown to bo anything but the 'Ho! an Institution that its articles incorporation would Indicate. The 'Bffcce put on no testimony what Kr, but wll npiical to tho Supreme JJHtrt, hcro tho constitutionality of Klaw will bo attneked. County At- Hur Hagley says that there can be "B Question as to the successful out. "Hg of the case and the final des- Hctlon of tho liquor and furniture bfeflfterlff Hast was In American Fork "Enesday and said that a number '"M witnesses testified to deflnnto un- H!iii sales of liquor and that ample fHtee was given to Justify pro- iVlngs against tho olllccra of the ib, cither for soiling liquors unlnw folJfllr or for maintaining and opeiat .'s i nuisance. Ho further uald that would make an effort to get tho Jr officials to take up tho case and Mthe city failed to act, tho count) N.Bold prosccu'e the offenders por- rillr. aM o H Relation Case is Settled jjJMfWrHlr Hlght Question of Much pmuuicp Has ilccii . .Settled, M U, decision handed down by Judge JBrpn In tho .Tededlah nidrcelgo Hs Bicasplast week terminates a long '"rtsstcd fight that has been waged 'W the heir of tho hnlf-blood for an Hul share with thoso of the whole Hod of the estate of their deceased otter. Tho law of this stato pro Hi that heirs or tho hulr-blood ln nHrit equally with thoso of tho whole kUVod in the sumo degree, unloss tho fBrItanco comes to tho lutoslntc by tH descent, lelse or gift of'somo one jB8tor, In which enso all thoso who B not of the blood of such ancestor W excluded from such inhei itnncc. Be heirs of the whole blood contend 'that the deceased had obtained a kftt portion of IiIb property b gift 'Bn his mother. Tho court decided Bt the evidence did not sufficiently 'BUin this contention and ordered ( B estate lo bo divided equally among ,B the heirs The estato Is valued np Bolmatp at $lfi.000 and will be jBlrihatcd r3 u,P rolloxant' IipIvm" ,Bher Morrill and Dnnlnl Uldrodgo of iBtoiia, ami llornco r.ldrodge of Biho, and Mnry Iluggnrd and the -Bfof Anno F lluggard or this eU Mrs, Mnrthn III own of I'rmo Bh Colcinnn and 12. 12. C'orrmtu woro counsel for the heirs of tho half blood and J. w. x. Whltecotton rep resaut..' the heirs of the whole blood Primary Outing The four wmds of tlc American I' oik Pilmary Association will have tholr outing Tuesday, September 1st, i tho northwest School Grove. TcaihoiB will all bn tho t take charge of tho little 0noa, and earnest ly urgo the parents to tomo ,,mi biing their chlldron. There will be stnnda on tho grounds whom children tan get ice cream, soda water, etc. An Interesting program will be p.ir iled out, consisting of games, folk dances and different amusements. You are wqlconie and a good time guaranteed all Cmc-BetiBrnieiit League Launched Action Tnl.cn llj Oillclals of Chic I mpi element and Uctlermcnt Luniriii") ConsolldaUng Tho Instilit tlfiiu Foi inert) Hnllfied by Jfcni. her". -i A largely attended and enthusias tic mooting of tho members of tho Clclv Improvement and tho Am. Fork Utttorment Leagues wns held In the City Hall Mon. evening. Tho officers and executive committees of both or ganizations had previously otcd to consolidate, both Institutions subject to tho ratification of tho members. This ratification wns duly glcn with out a dissenting vote, so hereafter, the new organization will be known ns rho American Folk Chic-lJcltcr-niciit League. Us scope has been broadened so as to Include tho objects of both consolidated organizations. Tho membership of tho executive com. mlttcc has been Increased to twohc. Following is the list of officers named at tho moctlngIondny night. C. 12., Young, "President ; Dr. P. M. KolIjrjVlcp President; John Hunter, Chlpman, Alma Greenwood, Earl S. Greenwood, J. F. Noycs, 1211 J. Clay son, Wm. Thornton and W. II. Chip man constitute the executive clmlt. tee. Talks were inndo by tho following: Alnui Greenwood spoke for a more strict enforcement of tho prohibition iiiv, and the backing up of the c!t orVelulB In doing their duty. S. 1 Chlpman spoko about the pos sibilities of the leaguo In a business way. showing how ll. could do tho work for thovcoiumunlty oidlnarily lone by commercial clubs. 0 IS. Young showed the great good to bo accomplished by tho cltlzenti In delating the course Hint should bo taken bv tho municipal authorities and heartily sustaining them In cu forchiK the laws. . . . Dr P. M. Kelb'H subjpci was civie beauty how with co-operation the town could te made a city of beauti ful homes, clean streets, well kept mVne and a Roe-'1 I',Ill' l0 llv0, Iiorsperhed with tho talkn were a nuartotte by T. 9. Drondbcnt. ot. al. ,,, ninno selections by MIbs Itoba nuriam. and two vocal selections by Marlon N'lcholes. The b-ln wir.' amended to tal?e Tti? moral activities, and u law ami r)er eon.mltteo was provided for Hie ...nmd f" or r,0 ponlJi or rnoli member was agiecd ", nml It i.. ' " " rtetl to provide for the couth .Leo Tr tho frr keturofl by promln .MuFnVr. inaugurated Inst year aTO8aaaEsaBftwaOTiN 1 Tuesday Might, i 1 September 1st. ' 1 The Utah Agricultural College m Musical Department I M Pressnts 1 Prof. Wm. Spickor, Violin Soloist, i 1 In Concert. I AT AOPLO HALL iiB ' - - I Immediately after concert the A. C. Musical Dept., consisting of tea I pieces, will gh e a Grand Ball. Stake Tabernacle Opening Sept, 13 rimrcli l'rrotilciir) and Vposllco In. illnl Id AlkiKl (Jcner.il Prleslhooil .Ucellng Mlii'ii Ilullillug Is 1'Inl Throun (Ipen In Public. The flr3l general meeting to bo held In the Alpine Stake Tabernacle will be on September 13tli, when I wo i sessions of tho icgular monthly ! priesthood meeting will be held. I There will be two sessions, both Tore- i noon and afternoon Presidents ! Smith, l.und and Penrose and nomo j of tho apostles have been asked to bo piesent, all tho people In tho Al- i plno Stake are Invited to attend Pro- j paiatlons arc being made to tnke care j of a capacity attendance, mid as but J few have had the pleasure of seeing the Inside of tho building there will J bo an Immense crowd i Tho workmen this week completed tho oiling of the Moors and fastening tho seato to tho lloor with screws, The priesthood and nuxlllnry moms, j in tho basement, have also had their floors oiled, and the chairs placed In j them so that everything Is now In i readiness for tho use of the auditor ium and tho holding of the Heller Society, SI. 1. A., Sunday School nnd Primary meetings In the basement. The Interior Is even more beautiful than the outside. The workmen this week removed the front from tho choir stand nnd . extended It thrco feet further to tho I front. This was necessary to give Bufficcnt space for Installing tho key board for tho big organ to be built later. American Fork Leads In County Base Bali Prove Tile In VHn by Sharp Prac tice, and N Caught Willi (he (ieuiN. Last Friday American Fork went to Provo to play ono ot tho leaguo base ball scries, and the gamo resulted in a great bust up... Provo, following nil old practice peculiar to Itself, tried to Job tho visitors and when Mana ger -Vnrnpy got next to their Kame. Wufoelcclsloiis" ol"'tlio'cmplio bo came unbearably raw In the eighth Inning, he piomptly called tho gamo ofT. The umplro awarded tho game to Provo, but Varney took bis case up to tho Picsldeut of the County Leaguo, who annulled tho decision. Kectch of Pleasant Grove, Bhould have been the official umpire, but vvlion tho time arrived for the gamo no umpire wns present. Masters, manager or the Provo team, ntated that Keotch refused to como and sug gested a Provo man. Finally Varnoy consented to go ahead with the gann', but when he saw tbnt the umplro was detci mined to play tho game for Provo Irrespective or the ability of his team, ho could not stand for tlie ump'fl. raw work, and raid, "we ciu.t," Tho Prove) fans m ted llko a lo' of savages, each one evidently tryhg to out do his companion In an efffrt to ......11 liln li... r.fl' " 11(111 IIIO HVIIll "! J The case wan tried in a nnVllug or the leaguo magnates In Unisant Orovo Tuesday evening, wiero tin fact was established that iVovn wag in tho habit of calling icj officii' umplro on tho 'phone and'telllng him not to come. Tho Pro munr.er sv. u'tl then appoint hlown umpire vhh the Inevitable rul . Mna r 'Miied the chaigo, 111 $2 00 that It was false. Hut hlot l.U mono;, 11011 Kectch. an o'fclnl umpire, aald .i.t the offence li t'0 eommltt0 several times In Ijfi case, and (leor Hone prove.1 th;t tley W'ft' Penlan In In u Amttar manner. Ile Mo thlB lt"uq shown dint Prove its beeiB,p!a,.K HnlvcWn, who I Lnnarcr of tie Mnntl tent, and play ed noui.elnJ when ho ad been -ir,,ldtm ofTrovo but .few weeks s It now stands Amecmi Fork I several g,ino8 ahead t Provo, vv It lone more' Pnme to fa '$ I two wit Provo. on' with hpanisi )o?k a one with lndo.i Wo an ore ty Biro to win nJat of these, am victory looks as It WwouW perch 01. our banner I Tho ! Mililo headeiVodne8day win IlciJnmhi wero tho 1st guinea to 1 ' ! Ire with that t.jni and roBtiltd it ton- or tho jcals In both In sunce80rTl.e llrs was, Amorlcai Fork 6 Donjamin In the secom om.. American Vh BComl 17 nr' rR1,e America mn i-ker auel no In a were the bat cry for American f'ork in the flr lame and Snlmo.ind Ilryau note.' l nnii anihi ltho second gan Slltor hSSS' Pair throw ror Am orlcan and nlmoory man " TJonJamlu team h'8 useU '" u,c pllchor's box. rM,lu, C'iiiiM.rath of MIUu The nlne-mohs-old baby or Mr ' i Mrs A J nllh died nt Itu home : Sumhiy Aug! a, after . Ave weeks w typhoid fever Te funcrfttervlcca were held ... 1 tho realdccit 18 o'clock Mon ' A -r hlch' b0,lv W0B l k " J s?;iu 1 nke fjburial a f 1 I f& ""7 : 1 H llfOR MEN and WOMEN- 1 11914 Tailored Suits and New I 1915 I ' I ,,J Model Coats and Capes. I Styles I (3WPALL . yjSs- 0kh, A $9.50 to $4.00 fj I and sl m smi LADIES' .' I WINTER - , W r TAILORED . I MODELS. '' . -f B " I 4- Si SUITS :' If "dies' Jkti I A-d '' i-'f Jinfor ; II suits ' ' ijjM ! WWi I ; vf-' iff 1914-1915- a , ll $9.75. .l ! ,' (If, ' Pvlfl I I"" N hi I 1 Y F Oomo and 4 I I tfloys-school 'J - m if WBfk' ll i i 00k at-our I 41 I sits, affc 3 to ) . , - i ' m i t,)pV r r 0oatnd 1 1 1C years, new , , ' 1 ff W )y '" for 1915. ft ! j andup-to-dato , . ' !;J ,' Jl V A x" , vt e new Ideas I $2.50 to $4.00 i, ! MM-l.L. ; tfi lli ffll -the latest 1 I jj per suit. i J ! jJu, t ,,, M :, j(CW styles s;oinff. 1 Obi.pman's ,L . 5 W1 ' I ' '' 'if 0HIPMANS i fl "'Bargain !;i . " A TtowswB i ' BIO RED I ' ft 1 asement j y ' A JS WKffiR "?r ' STORE I ( 1 ! AWi. For:, ITt, ij ' i tU J, v Sk. , Am l?or Ut. 1 m $iLm School Opens it I . I m J ' Sept. 7th 1914. teffi? I . I U wmXt'i We arc prepared with v ' 4u Wkl f 1 scool dresses, school ap- j ( l;'ij HkOl'iI rons, school shoes, school ( kU w . Jth. Tttbne M Iff, 'X Tailored Suits for Fall and J jWg3h ' 1 1 ) U i ; U Vl Winter $9.75. ' ill l l' W ! I You ought to see our , W v I JM' ' New Fall Suits for- (LJI W I VHli Men and Boys. ' ll ' VAwtk mr M ; Chipman Merc. Co.- L. jM I tJ ' P Hi InltM ut ban (rains every day all tnJ'l I'l (K j Hlo nl ('HITMAN'S. -T-yyJL, '1' Anderson to Apfiear In Dislriol Oonrl (2 A. AuduiBiiii of I'li'iuiaiit (Irou , .us Klreu a prcllinlimry henrlng Ic foro JadKO Hunter WoiIne(ly pn h ti.umUiry ohargn iitiioed to Im toinmltteel with MIh l'loi m.cn Utoorl nst (ktobur. Tho young; lady now Iiiih n child a month nml u hair old IulR' Hunter romluns hi rourl on i (lack ageja hnalR, refuiliiK " l,e'' mil even n iiowHpnper man In tha our: room. It l nlil that voiuo of iIh niiliiRR amply juntlfy the Judge n iila practice or Molding op't -sloim. MIsb Ulood'e taetlmony went to show that the offenn Wepiwwed last Oetobor and she wna ronobornt eel hy heir mothor. Tlie tBHtlmoiiy, while jiQWlhly JuoM rlng Judgo Hunter In blading the du ronelunt ovor to nppeur beforn the I)1r ,rlri Court, wn ootteldereiil ery wk mid Mr Aiidorsou clelnii to lmvt n array ot ooinpotont wltneaseB to prove that ha neor ovon nmt th girl till months after the offenc la charg ed to havo hnpponed. The dofeiulant ua plnred under 2G0 bondB to appunr at the Hill term of tho Dlatrlct Couit 8S0 Mile Trip In an AutomobllG Mr nnd Mra. Waah Chlpman ic turned Monday etrenlng from att lght do) trip t tTie Cone ltatieb. Wood River, Wsho. They were utcompon Inel from ftiU Uke City, by Mr. and tlra James Chlpman. Sr. The trli ,b ma'l" ' n" .iiitomnbllf i"d 1 In four ' c. to 'I'' " ,rl i ,i . ,r U . . I f ' ih r i.j '' Tf ' lf' r rln "l ' 850 miles viih coiibiiiihmI on tho JouriKy, The pnrty weuit by way of liiuloy nnd Twin KiiIIh, mid rcturnt'il by way of llluchfeiot mid I'ociitollo. Mr. ('hlpiunn wiya that thoy had a ilcllglilful tliuet, no inislinpH of nuy kind on the mitlro (rip. Tho crops In Idaho are IdoHIhk lino. Tho Cone Itnr.ch, LovorliiK 2000 ncroH, in Inrged) owned by iNtiif.rlriui loik ppojilo. It hat doubled In vnliio iluring tho thrco ynaro time itu proaout owners have held it. ll Ib dovoln.l priiclinlly lo tho glowing of a'fnlfu nnd potatoes, though tho company him lota of stock, owning 30GO head of shuop Ilccotitly iho company sold 1002 head of IiiidIir ot ?3.Sf, ouch, on tho mound. . Inovatlon In Water Development ( otincllmon Ilawldus, ChilHtciiBou I mm Thornton, u eommllteo from tho ( W, Council, this woek wont up tho i reek hod to a point near tho old Itob iiiaou mill alto, wlilcli the city owiib, ami located a site whore tho city will prospect for Irrigation wnter. Noxt week the city will ndvortlao for bids for sinking u big commit casement, which will bo 20 or 30 foot In diam eter. It la proposed to build n big cir cular casement, similar to the walla of a silo, mid gradually, as th dirt and gravel Is takon from under It, the walls will bo added to on top anil eluk of Its own weight. It Is hoped to sink a well fro mtwonty to fifty feet deep, for whntovor depth tho pro ject will stand It will bo necessary to put In an electric pump to keop the water out o that the workmen nakw tnke out the gravol As depth -, ei.iind, It In thought that several nl f of vntrr may bo obtained "i I to lie prrBont Irrigation m if i eod muntlty ot water la se- cured, It Is proposed to put In a water ; BJ t power plant on tho slto of tho old llj ltobhiBon mill nnd lift the! water out ft of tho well with this power. Suin- m ' conl powor could bo cheaply gcuerat- ' mt ' eel to lift i or 5 scconil feet of water uiiel ' ffi could bo maintained nt u minimum Be ' cost. Water Is worth from fS.OOO to ! , $10,000 per second foot. Tho project ' B ' Is certainly mout worthy ono and 9 ' ; Its development will be watched with ' U gri-iit Interest by this ami other lo- V calltlea. H. , ,, v-o i m Kills 300 Pound Bear i; IS I'cter Miller, ciiperltiteiiileut of the j ' I'nclfic I.eiiBlng company, this week B shot and killed a 300 pound black , W bear. Tho animal had been causing B trouble by coming around camp at" B( night nnd stealing provisions. When Kj ono night It toro tho meat house to ' R pieces, Miller could stand It no long- ' (E . or, so he statloneel himself at the W cabin window, and when Mr. Urulu ' jV; camo for his usual mlilntght meal, ; 9 , Mr, Miller sont u bullet from his 40- i B 1 40 through tho bear's head. The , I ! miners of the canyon have boon llv- m lug on bear moat during tho pnut B weok liiBtoad of mutton. m 1 ' O H : Oliltht QiiarleUo In Utah V St IMhIiop anil Mrs, J. IT. SlorrB wont s M to Hpriugvlllo Monday to attend a . , W. birthday party given In honor of Goo. I Kj Harilson's 73rd. blrthilay, There was , Kg a large attgiiiliinOo of relatives mid Jfr frlouds. A InterostliiK featuro was E several songs by tho oldost eiinrtotto J W in Utah, composed of Geo. Ilarilsou, , mL f Dnvld Wheeler, Walter Wheeler nnd ' m ? Jos. Tucked, tho oldest of whom Is B 78 years of age, mil tho youngest is I , 70 Mrs HnrrlBoir, 70 years of age, i acconiiauled them on tho organ. A J sumptuous baneiuet wus aorvedf ft V 'i