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''"-J!' AMKIUCAV PDRK Clgg' BVr. , aK.THl..U a. , a fH JMtnm Fork r . Schools Open I Both Orailo und Hlgli Schools of .'American Pork opened their door's to , a host of studenta ranging In ngo f. ttm 6 to 20, rnd in nblllty from be- glnncrs to senior High School. Per i haps all of us arc not nn thoroughly ' icQuaintcd with tho opening week of i past years as somo of tho patrons and i older teachers, but tho reports would ,' bate to be very rosy Indeed to sur- pass tho opening week of 1014. i . In the Primary grndes cvory stu Vdent who should havo reported for i work, with tho exception of 14, are already enrolled; and of thoso M, 0 ' are reported permanently removed 'f .from town and the rest aro tcmpornrly ; out of town. In tho grammar grades, J all but 27 have reported for work, nnd f tn of thoso are reported out of town 1 permanently, whllo tho others aro w-itlll at work and expect to enter with ; In tho next week. This condition re peals tho fact that in American Fork, r the compulsory law is unknown. The ; educational ideas are fur above it. In the High School, at tho closo of the first week, tho enrollment la about 110, with quite a number present who have not thoroughly determined upon their courses. Tho good weather may prevent some of the boys from leav ing their work for n few days yet, but we confidently expect to enroll 1 95 per cent of tho high school stu ' dents by tho closo of the second week. The heavy registration In tho In dustrial departments, shows tho In ; terest which tho boys nnd girls are displaying toward tho mnklng of bet ter and more comfortable homes. Perhaps no mora inspiring sight could be found than the halls full of eager students clamoring to bo tho first to got to their advisory teachers, get their courses proporly adjusted, 1 and bo tho first to enroll for tho now year. It breathes out tho spirit that ; both parent nnd student havo been ' thinking and planning over their ' work during the summer, and that tho t student is not presenting himself ' ' without n deflnato aim In his winter's work. Thnt aim nlono assures com plete success of tho year's work. Let us remind studouts again thnt ' a saIng on texts can bo had by Boil ing old books still In use, and buying i second hand ones whorovor possible. .Republican Young Ladies . , T Hold Successful Meeting "YMlnri From l'nno Helped In An Interesting Program. The Young Lndles' Republican club held a very successful meeting Tues day evening in tho City Hall. Mrs. .Willis Hromloy presided. There wore a number of visitors from Provo smotig whom woro Mrs, Mndson, pre sident of tho Ladles' Ilopubllcnn club, and Mrs. Vincent tho vlco president, both of whom mado Interesting od dresBeB on club work. Jacob Evans of Provo, gave n mnstorly address on the present political situation, sotting forth clearly tho differences In tho policies that soparnto tho two great .political parties. llesides tho speaking, there wns an Interesting program of mimical num bers by local nrtlsts, and refreshments sbout 10 o'clock. Another rousing mooting will be held Tuesday, Septembor 22nd. - - Successful Contestants In Boys Club Work from Following List of Winners Will He Chosen. T'o M I. A. Contest, Comnilttco bus dwlded that tho best Blx con. testanta in 0nch ovont of each dl TlU win ,o pormltted to exhibit thelt ProdurtH at the comlngM. I. A. Stake Fair The six iiioBon from tho Amorlci fork ,111( ,,tl folIoW8. IouUr Howoll Davis, Dean In rd. Don Ii.irratt, Wnyno Mercer, Mer rill Clayson, Itaymond Winn and Olen Huggard. Pigs Heed Hanson, Lcsllo Baker, Kulou Nlcholcs, Karl Wing, Itaymond Jflcklin and Plilllli, arcono. Homo aarden Doftn Penrod, Jesse Wright, Wnyno Wilcox, Clifford Den nett, Fred Doan and Oliver Hunter. P o t a t o o o Dolbert Adams, Roy Storrs, Itaymond Coddington, Lamar SykcB; Klmholl Vnnco and Karl Bor rett. Bcota and Mangles Wllcon Smith, Clair Haslam, Francis Mltchcl, Roy Storrs, Dclbert Hplselt and Glen Chadwlck. F 1 o w o r Gordon Oliver Hunter, Ireno Chlpman and Matilda Jacklln. From theso names tho local prizes will bo awarded 'and tho best in c.ach class will compote with tho best from tho other districts. 7 Cliipman-Eyring Wedding llrilllant Slickly Hunt in Honor of Popular Young People. Tho most brllllnnt society event of tho season was tho wedding recoptlon Wednesday ovonlng In tho Apollo Hall, given by Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Clil man In honor of tho marrlago of their daughter, Fern, to Mr. Carl Ey rlug, which took placo In tho Snlt Lake Templo earlier in tho day. Tho big hall had an elaborato sys tem of decorations, mado under tho direction of Prof. Easlmond of tho B. Y. U. Tho general schemo was au tumn leaves with a last rose of sum mer effect. A long row of bridal wreaths was hung from tho center with baskots of roses suspended from the sides, Interspersed witli hearts, Bomo of them brokon, and" with a pro fusion of autumn leaves as n back ground. The brldo, arrayed in a creation of charmcusQ silk, chiffon and lace, nnd holding a boquot of bridal roses, sat beside tho groom undor a bower of brido's flowers, bridal volls and mlna ture colored electric globeB and re ceived tho guests as thoy arrived, as sisted by Hyrum Harris, acting as best man, and Miss Fern Eyrlng, act ing as brldo'B maid. A punch bowl in a tastily arranged booth was pro sldodoycd by tho Misses Elva Chip man, Mabol Storrs, Mary Dlackhurst and EfTlo Evans of Provo. Aflor nn hours dancing, thero was a brief program of muslcnl numbers by locnl and Provo talent, after which dancing was resumed. Among tho many outsldo guosts woro Mr. and Mrs. James Chlpman, Sr., Mr. nnd Mrs. V. C. Orem, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Armstrong of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knight, Mrs. Jesse Knight, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Fnr ror, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Murdock, Mr. and Mrs. ftoy Murdock, Judgo'nnd Mrs. Jacob Evans, Prof, nnd Mrs. A. C, Lund, Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Brown, Prof, nnd Mrs. Boyle, Prof, and Mrs. Smart, Prof. Monwarlng, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dixon, Mrs. Idn Smoot-Du-Bonborry, MrT nnd Mrs. Mcrlo Taylor and a lot of young pcoplo from Provo, bosldoB n uumbor of promlnont pco plo from Lchl, Pleasant Grovo and other places. Tho brldo is oxtromoly popular In local society, and tho .groom has been an Instructor lntlio B. Y. U but will tnko up tho Btudy of law in tho Uni versity of Wisconsin, nt Madison, for which olty tho young pcoplo will lonvo noxt Wednesday. o American Fork Tied Willf Provo Criirlrnl (lame With Team Prom Coiiuly Sent Sends Pnnollcs Uowii to Defeat. In one of tho most exciting base ball games of tho season, ployed horf last Monday, tho homo team de .foated tho Provo nlno with tho deci sive score of 12 to 8. Addio Miller CoatsjCape Coats and Suits. 1 The Tp; RED l IMP Priced Suits Cape Coats I 'I can be found ,an . . , ill Balmaacan .111 at Chipmans Coats Quite J II Big Red Store the Rae- f JLL M Am. Fork Ut. h. l2B :: . ' I VISIT OUK STtiRE AND LET US SHOW YOU. kuB&J Jk Chipman Merc. Co., American Fork II was tho horo of tho day, when In tho fifth Innings with tho bases full, ho sent tho ball out Into tho wheat fields making a homer nnd scoring four runs. Ross Parkor pitched n "peach of n game," and was glv?n good sup port. Tho homo team seemed to And It easy to connect with Donnollan's curves, and when tho visitors put Burrldgo In tho box they still kept up tho good stick work. Tho homo team went to Lludon nf-j tor tho gamo with Provo nnd wcro thoro defeated by n scoro of 9 to 7, duo largoly to orrora. This ties Provo and Amorlcnn Fork for first placo In tho Utah County Lcaguo, unless we loso with LIndon In tho gamo being "played hero as this issuo is going to press. So dotormined was Provo to win tho game, Wednesday, that they sent to Cnstlo Onto for Collins and Elliott and to Mnntl for Hnlvcrson, paying for their tlmo cud expenses, Thoro is talk" of arranging for n series of thr.co gomes to decide the county chnmplonshlp, which will be tho thrco most Interesting games ovoi ployed In tho county. Tho lino up in tho gamo with Provo follows. Robinson c GreOnwood Parker j . , Donnellsoi R. Barrett lb Kin" Miller 2b Epperson BInch .,. 3b Halversoi Homestead..'... bs Boshard B. Barrott If Burrldg. Riro cf Collins Vornoy,., rf Elliot Durrnnt sub Master) A GOOD TIME COMING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH. When Tho I Jepperson Military Band of Provo I APPEARS AT I -THE APOLLO HALL -- I New Music Y' " Uniforms New Management I SEPT. 18 ' . oiiA.vr, m6, APOLLO I Hot ICU There "Not Guilty" For Theodoie Nicholes Jury In the Latest Griinltc Club Case Says Manager Did Not Sell Booze to One Samuel HuchliiNon. Theodore N'lcholes wns tried Wed nesday beforo Justlco dolph Nielsen for soiling six bottle of lagar beer to oiio Samuel Hutchinson on July 2nd, 1014. . Tho whole forenoon was taken up In securing tho following jury Tliomns Prlday, Emmott Lynch, Jos. Searlo nnd Nlols Nelson. Attorney Snydor of Salt Lake City represented Mr."Nlcholes nnd Judgo Whltecotton lookod nftor tho Interests of tho city. Witnesses for tho city wcro Vom Holey nnd Burn Hnrrlnton, nged 17 and 10 years respectively, Samuol Hutchinson nnd his brother, tho Int tcr'only testifying to having aeon Samuol In tho Granite Club ono day with n packot under Ills nrm. Tho City's story was that on tho second day of last July, tho two boys, Uoley and Harrlnton, nsked Samuel I Hutchinson to go In tho Grnnlto Club and got them somo boor. Thoy gave him 1.50 for this purpose Ho wont In tho front door and later caino out of tho yard In tho rear nnd gavo them two packets, each containing thrco bottles of beer, which was given them I In tho rear of Larson's blacksmith shop. Hutchinson testified to having received tho money, going In tho Gran- Ho Club, buying tho beer and bring- ' Ing It out to tho boys. Tho story of , nil throo witnesses was perfectly straight, Oir cross examination by Attorney ' Snyder, It dovoloped that young Boloy Mind Harrington, subsequent to July 2nd, had, been nrrested for "hooking" hour from a buggy near tho Apollo Hall,, Thoy woro In tho custody of tho offlcors for two days, and nn agreement was reached wheroby tho boys woro employed to act as de- tictlvos ror tho city. A horse nnd buggy woro to bo furuUhcd them free. Thoy woro to bo pnld ?2.00 per day each when In tho service or mo cuy. If no ensos woro Bccurod, and $4,00 per clay when thoy woro successful. However, It appcarH that tho boys only worked ono or two days. Thoy wero not nblo to securo any now caBos, but gavo tho ofllcorB Informa tion on n enso that hnd already hap pened, On crosii flxamlnotlon Hutchinson tostlfled thnt ho had boon In Jail from Saturday, twovwooks ago, till tho fol- L f lowing Tuosdiiy, when ho signed an affidavit Implicating Nlcholcs in tho caso, and agreed to back up the affi davit in court. Tho conditions woro thnt tho City Marshal was to uso his lullucnco to havo tho sentence no lien ont as possible. Tho following day ho changed his former plea from "not guilty" to "guilty." Tho enso of tho defenso was tho testimony by Nicholes denying tho transaction, nnd tho story that, cub sequent to his nrrcst, Hutchinson had told him on tho street that ho did not know whether It was Nlcholcs who sold htm tho beer. This conversation was corroborated by Ed. Robinson On croBB examination Nlcholcs testi fied thnt ho was manager of tho Grnn lto Club and as ouch received con signments of liquor for Its members, who generally paid for It whon thoy got It. Ho also admitted havlrg been closed out by search nnd seizure and Special Opening Of Tabernacle Tomorrow 'J union ow is tin day set for the special opoulug of the Alplu Stakn Tabomnclo. Presidents Smith, Lund and Ponrqso and tho Apostles have been Invited to attend, and besides j this, printed Invitations havo this week been mailed to 200 donors to tho building fund living outside Dur ing tho week the building has boon dusted nnd everything put in shape for tho reception of tho 2.C00 pcoplo injunction proceedings. h Tho Jury nftor being out como two r r oi hours brought In a verdict of not B :m guilty. ' f M A largo crowd, including a dele- 8" ' Jl gallon of Indies, witnessed tho pro- " L. Uja ccedlngs. mt ' uj .Not Liuuonce Hut .Samuel Jr ' m In our last Issue wo published nn k r account of tho trial of Lnwranco !, ( fit Hutchinson for bootlegging. The " , namo should havo been Samuel Hutch- it ffi lnson. Tho article has caused con- Sj ' B sldcrablo Inquiry os to whether It was M a Lawrcnco Hutchlns, one of our lead- ft ', t Ing business men nnd most law nbld- l i " Ing, cltlzeiiB. The young mnn who was " ' ' arrested formerly lived In Highland K1 H or nt Alpine. ' 1 r m i concert, given by tho muaicnl de- fii pnrtincnt of tho B. V. U., nt 7:30 In KJ f tho ovonlng, which will bo freo to f J ovorybody. J j Tlioro will bo trallors added to tho 1 1 I regular lutcrurban cars In tho morn- B V t Ing to tnko enro of tho pcoplo of K 'i ' LIndon, Plonoant Grovo nnd Ichl, nnd ) ? I thoro will bo special cars from both mi t IdlrectloiiB at 1:80 In tho afternoon. pi ; A big committee from nil four KJ I wards has been hard nt work nil UiIb - ft v week jierfcctlng nrraugcmttiB to feed mii I tho ono thousand visitors expected ft ! - from tho othor towns. This will bo M.K '. Idono in tho basement of tho Tabor- l i naclo, where lunches will bo Borved IS v j free to thoco outsldo of Amerlcun . my i Fork. - " fi ,i I Ono of tho events of tho conference - V-S Alpluo Slake Tiilminelo if who aro oxpected to crowd Into the building tomorrow Thoro will bo no Parents' Classes or nftornoon mootlngH In any of the wards of tho stake tomorrow, but tho peoplo aro earnestly requested to turn nut enmi'ss to tho conference, which will consist of n session at 10 n m , another at 2 p. ra. and a special will be tho presentation of tho clock, ffi a feet high, watch was glvon to tho Ik World's Fnlr at Chicago by tho com. m hlnpd Relief Societies of Amorlcnn Fork Thin clock Ib wondorfully con- B i structed of many kinds of wood and pi Is prized xory highly It will bo form- ' ally presontcd to tho Alpluo Stako by i1 I Mrs, Hannah Laplsh in behalf of the ;1 Rellet Societies. j j !