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I SATURDAY, MAKCH 20, 3920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, . . SATUBDAY, MAltQu auMSS!
1,1 American '' ! Fork Locals lt '' Milton Drown went to Halt Lako H Sunday and spent tho day with rola- H Jim Clilpmnn, Knrl Harri'tl uml 1 1 win H' , lloiisholder were Suit l.aku visitors B Miss l.oono Robinson of Halt Lake, H wis visiting in American Fork Sutur. H ' 1ny nml Sunday. H iV Win. Mower of Highland Is making uj n big improvement at his place this H l.ij week, by digging a new well. ' I llnny .ferllug, "ho is attending tiio !J A. C. at lngiui In visiting with IiIh fl parents, nt Highland, this week. H ' ' Some now spring coats and suits H i just in ut Chipman's Huy before go. H ing to Conference. H; r U Drazee Hawkins of Hurley, Idaho, H ii j frca in American Fork, tho end oi last ;n veck, visiting his parents, Mr. and H; 1 Mi 6. E. I). Hawkins. mm ii WM 'f Miss Kllen Jacklln who is teaching '. school In Cedar Fort spent Saturday k'i'i rnd Sunday home with hor parents, Mt , ' l Vr. and Mrs. John Jacklln. if, MM Karl Hrown of California, arrived Hff in Amorlcan Fork Wednesday morn. ft$' ing to niako a visit with his aunt and Xi uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hansen. 1 vi If you ran not find what you want H.r.' At other stores, you may depend on 'V finding it at Chipman's. Hr i;i' Miss Fay Smith, who Is attending HV. school in Kurekn, is spending this H'jlt week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H ) James Smith at Alplno. HI ; r Miss Nellie 1'r.xmr.n wht Is employ. K&' cd in Salt l-nke. Is spending this week ftw; in American Fork, visiting with her 't'i j Clair Haslem of Dennett, arrived HL.k 1 In American Frrk the forepart of the ' week to spend a few weeks with frl- ,;1 nd Hjfi Misses Hetlm Campbell. Gladls llar- H'jl row and Messen. John Campbell, Kl- Rt Jiier Turner and I-iwienco Harrow Mi ot Sn,t '-ake, were the guests or Miss H'j2 J-,za Hnrrelt last Friday; i'j J'r- and Mrs. Iteulieu Do.in are t."o MM,, pi ond parents of u baby girl, lor-i Hi' ' the 2S of February In llerkoly. Calif.. H1? ' lvhcro Mrs. Uc.ui is spending tho win. H.3 ,(r w'11' '""' lllirelll'H- Jv . You pay more In Salt Lake for your l suit or root than wo w'lll charge you. H ,-' ! Try Chipman's out. HB i The I). T. Club vvcro delightfully D.' . entertained at tho home of Miss H Htelln 0 roe no Thuroday night. (11111108 H, nnd music wero enjoyed by twenty 1' four guests, after which a dainty '(, Jtinchoon was served. m ' i C. A. I'lcrson spent tho forepait of tho week In Salt Iiko, on business. Walter Dovoy spent pait of the week at West Jordan on business. How about 11 good a.o hondlo? CHANT'S have them for GO cents. Miss Norma Storrs ot Salt Uikc, I w been the guest of Miss I.cla Thornton this week. Miss Xelma Woottou nnd bi other Carl, of Salt I.uko spent tho wcok tr.d liero with lelatlvcs. Miss Cerluile Olsen of Proo was tho guest of Miss Mnnda Hooth Frl c'n.v, Saturday and Sunday. Miss IjiVoii Clilpmnn of Salt Lake j)ont tho end of last week In Amerl. crn Fork, tho guest of rolatlves. Misses Marvn and Arvllla Uullock of I'rovo wero the guests of Miss Zcl. Jrtu MerodlUi the end of last week Miss Celestla Johnson of I'rovo was tl.o guest of Miss Tx;ah Clilpmnn Frl Ip and Saturday. Miss Jane Mol'hcrson went to No I Itl Friday and spent tho week end th relatives nnd friends. Miss Vera Webb of Ulverton spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday here, tl'c guotft of MIbs Mada Shelley. Cut your garden tools nnd garden drills at Chipman's while you ran. Misses Irone nnd Myrl Clilpmnn who rrc attending school In tagan, camo homo to nttend tho Junior Prom Fri day night. Miss Mary Illnckhurst who Is teach. Inr school in IUvorton spent Sunday In American Fork, with her mothci Mrs. E. II. Hlackhurst. There Is 0110 thing In favor of our humpty-dumpty Main street roads tney mako tho automobiles slow down vnluntary. Misses Stella (Sreeno and Myrtle Cunningham nnd Messrs. Vivian Smith and (Hon Clark spent Thiir3. day In Salt Lake. Cyrus Holey returned to hie homo In Mrrtnugh, Ida., last Saturday, attor having spent a few days in Amcrl. tin Fork, w. '1 relatives and friends. Fllchcr Deck, who Is attending the Yi'estmlnstcy College In Silt Iako, spent Saturday and Sunday In Amcrl ci.n Fork, visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Deck. Miss Smile N'ctaon entertained Wed i.rr.day evening at t card party. Thosn p'.rscut were Mr. and Mrs. Clnrenco Hi wdeu, Mr. nnd Mm. Hoy Okoy. Mirs Hertha Okey. Messrs. John nnd ('!do Neliiou nnd Ivoil Stewart. Luncheon was served at 11 o'clock. Mr. Win. Wnlkor of Highland went to Salt l.nko Wedneadny to see nls j daughter. Mrs. Howard Duffy who was opet-attd on lii a hospital there last week. H leports she Is getting nloug flnn and will be able to be removed to her home today. 'v.' ! ' Hlt; "An all-around good shot. That's us." K' Chesterfield 1 , Mmj aiming nt, H; AkJVrVl that it takes both skill y Kk anc precision to KV M mM blend tobaccos Hr H ' 15 Chesterfield ' iSL. -zcr Maybe why B tCiBBr20 Chesterfields and P ' VH"!r" nowhere IHIrvSil m KMsiaiaiiiSEL jz&znzr-rji'- J2ic33a,3aBa5Eajre!ia'aMraaBafajajaj vftri H I M. A. Scott, Manager. -r. m vix stui:i;t I I Windsor Hotel H I5 I.nruteil In Die l.e'irt or H1. v P salt i.aki: env, itaii f -' j i i Hy y nii:i: nr.H uatdh : ;,v-, m mid up It. E, Daxter inado a business: trip lo Salt Lake Monday. Douglna Darnes of Salt Lake spent, tie end of tho week visiting in Al pine, tho guest of Miss Luclla Strong. Henry Johnson of Sab l-ile. sjioni th. week end In American Fork with hii pnronts, Mr. nnd Mr-. II C. John son. Tho manager ot tho Hub Shoo Co. r.nd family of Provo, stopp.d in Am-( nriran Fork Sunday on 'h'lr 'nny to Salt Lnkc, on account of tho ctonn. Jefferson Banquet A Jefferson Danquct will ho given nt tho Hotel Utah, Salt Iiko City,' Monday night April C, 1920, at 7 o'clock, under tho auspices of t.m wo. I ir.cn of tho Democratic Part). Ar. ruugcmcntH uro being mnde for si cplendld evening. Among U'" speak-1 cri will be a Democrat of actional rfputatlon, who lo to be bi ought tol Salt Iako especially for the occasion, A woman prominont in Stole affairs1 will also appear on the program, j Cood music of all kinds "111 he. a fea ture of tho entertainment. I Elsa Damborger Is chairman of Uic ticket committee, and tickets can bo purchased dlroctly from her, from D. R. Thurman, Secretary of the Demo, crctlo Stato Committee, both of Suit liko City, or from the Democratic County chairman. The Indies having tho affair in hnnd tire sure tills banquet Is to be most Interesting and enjoyable, and ur that all come who can. It is cspec. lully urged that Conference visitors plan to attend It. O 1- FEW SEE SECOND CENTURY Not Many Claiming to Da Over One Hundred Yeara of Age Can Provo It, Pen mTpenti being out of (Into, nnd "wild men" somewhat exlmliMi'd of Interest, there comes tho recent story of 11 Kentucky muu who celebrated the 1.11st anniversary of tils birth by taking his tlrst motor car ride. When n report of this sort Is In vestigated It usually Is found to lack proof. Some cdt ago, nt a meeting of the Actuarial Society of Amerlcu, Its president, John K. Core, said: "The j well-known cases of IndMduals com monly believed to have lived u century and nuiuurter uml even much longer have not lu any Instance been veri fied." . r There Is usunily temptation to exag gerate the nge of extremely old per sons; often they do It themselves. Not j very long ago 11 mini In England, Inter ested In the study of human longevity, ' offered S.'i.OOO to any man or woman living at the time who could prove' that he or she uns UK) jears old or more. There were hundreds ofclalm-1 nuts, but In tin cuso was Irrefragable proof submitted. 1 In point of longevity, women lire far abend of men. generally speaking. They lire mure rcNtiuit to dleaxes nnd they ll.e lonj-'-r. And yet women nre called the "u inker sex." So they tire, muxculiirly. Imt It Is manifest that they are tho stnuurer ev constitution nlly. They possi ss what biologists term greater "vliildllt.x" a superior ability to htirlve. MORGAN NOT ALWAYS HARD Great Financier Proved He Had Kindly Heart as Well as a Keen Business Mind. There Is no better test of n man' bigness than his way of handling sub ordinates who make ml-takes. J. Plerpout Morgan, the elder, bad u clerk who, UWiic beyond his means, sought to make up the linliiiice through speculation: and. hnvlng fulled, helped himself to the linn's money. The culprit was called .ulo Mr. Mor gan's private otllce. He cNpecled arrest. IiNcnd he was told to go home mid tell his wife all nbnut It. "And tomorrow morning." Mild Mr. Morgan, "see me again." The clerk ohejeil, ami Mr. Morgan, to the .Miiing fellow's auuiemeiit. handed him In bllK the full uuiouiit of his peculation -So. KM) with: "Put thnt haik where .oii timk the other from, It Is 11 loan from me, nnd I ex pect Jim to return It as soon us you can. None of the other c!trkti know anything about It. Let tin- .see If you can't he 11 inun." After many months tlm youngster rcktmcil tn Mr. Morgan the lust dollar nf the debt. After counting the pit, of hills oil his desk, lo which he hud added thnso Just bIvcii him, Mr. llm.Mii observed: "Well, my hoy, It was n lilt harder snv'ng It thin) losing It. I'll warrant. Now take It homo uml glve'lt to jour wife. p' n wife hot that she saved iiio.st of i."--Dosliui Post. Literally Stumbled on filches. About a quarter of n 1 wintry .igo Iwii ,i,,.c, iui-h In the lemlihinil of Western AilMrullu had put up their lent for the ulglil and d rmliieil to trek luicli 10 Perth net morning, as their ipii'si hud proved fruitless, (hie of them was moused from sleep by the resiiiMsiiess of his horse, picketed Just outside the tent nnd. golm; out to see what was the mutter, he tripped In the darkness over a boulder, which proved 011 I'Miuiliiatton to be almost pure gold "liuu was tlie beginning of Cool-garihe FINE "GRIDIRON" AT COBLENZ American Boldlera Stationed Thero Have Facilities for Almost Every Kind of Sport Hbibnrate preparations wero mndent Coblenz, Oortiiuiiy, for tho football "' von, (Iroiiiuls nnd stadiums which were only partly Mulshed n year ago linvo been made permanent plnylng fields, and many of them compiiro favorably with the best college crldlrons In tho United States. The most elaborately finished ground Is In Coblenz, known as "Carnival Is land." It was on this ground thnt tho Third army championships were de cided Inst senson. but tho ground ot tluit time was not In as good con dition ns it Is today. Neither wero there proper facilities, such as dress ing rooms. At this Island there nre now two reg ulor baseball fields, two football fleldi. a golf course of nine holes, a polo ground, n quarter-mllo cinder track, with 220 yard straightaway, and out door basketball courts. On another I pnrt Is n ring for horse shows and nine tennis courts. Suitable bleachers to nccommodate I 5,000 spectators hnvo been built, nnd there nlso arc a Inrge number of prop- I erly equipped dressing rooms with showers, rubbing tables nnd store rooms. Not only nt Coblcns arc there grounds available fur the soldiers, hut nt Andeninch, Montnbaur, and Neu 1 wled tho old grounds left by the A. K. V. have been tnken over ' .? tho Y. M. C. A. nnd enlarged nnd remade In every particular. PROBABLY THOUGHT A LOT But Really, Under the Circumstances, There Was Nothing the Actor. Manager Could Say. The lute Oscar Hammerstcln, who had 11 genius for advertising his theat rical enterprises, used to toll n story about an Kngllsh nctor-mnnager's at tempt to follow his example. "My conferee," Mr. Hiiminerstetn would say, "was having n new thea ter built In f.oudnn. Casting about for wine good way to advertise IL bo decided that an admirable scheme would be to have the workmen while oxcnvntlng for the foundation come across Woman nntlqullles. So ho stole down to the operation nt dead of i)lght and deposited a number of costly, gen uine Roman antiquities Just below- the surface of the spot being excavated. "Tho next morning he arrived In luis. to hear the news of tho great find nnd report It to tho Journals. See ing that the men had already dug well below his hidden treasure, lie said : " 'Cood morning; foreman. Any thing Intere-ting ttils morning?' "Wo. sir, not 11 thing, sir,' the fore man answered. "The nctor-miinnger looked nt the bihgliig pockets of the workmen nnd Mild iiothlli'.'. What could ho mi. 7" Seaw Fell Pike. Sciivv Pell Pike, Cumberland's mountain summit, Is to be tho priqt erly of Ktmllshiiicn in perpetuity. The highest hill of Ktighiud Is the very noble gift made by Lord l.cconllolil to the men of Ciunbrhi who foil ud it In the war. and as a token of giatltllde to thixo who cave their lives for the cause of 1 he world's liberty. Trillj n gift In Hie spirit of ltuskln nnd nlilrli causes the .Mnncluster Cuard lan to utter deepest appreciation a gift, it siijs, through which "even we common people may gel a momentary lit ry Into llie ecstasies ,,f tM. pucl-i nml see the earth 11 lid everything In It m.vsilcnlly appareled with 'the glory and the freshness of a dream.' " Seaw I'd I Pike has the venerable dNllnclllin of being among tho most undent mountains nf Kuropc, outdistancing the Alps In point of years. Shifting Misery. f Wlnslow, a Torre Haute business man. recently went back to his home town for 11 visit. While there be met tin ehlerlv village character lu the street. The man was bent mid com plaining. "Whj, bow are joii?" be gan Mr. Wlnslow, genially. "Not ver.v well, fact I'm pretty poor ly," vv blued 'he man. "You see I have the most lerrihle misery here," and bo Indicated his stomach. "Rut I thought It was in jour neck when 1 was home last," Mr. Wlnslow commented. "Yes, It was there then," the man agreed, "but uu eo since then I swal lowed llinl nilwi" and It's been III mj htoiuach i-ver hIiico." Doom In Lobsters. Very eienive lobster catches arn reported olT Hie ensieni coast of fun mill. R01-1-111I.V the hoe i wero inking these raster l loin ih -factories could puck them. The Mitch wns divided over the vurlous cunning factories. Due boat, belonging to 11 well-known Meet, took as ninny iin 1,100 IMi. A resident of Ksciliiilliuc 1 epulis that he put tl.(KM) live lobsters, which ho was un able to pack ut the lime. Into a boat which be had traiiHforiueil into 11 cue, find sunk It In order to keep the llsh ullve until such time ns he could usu them, Chinese Trade. The I'ooibow brunch of the Ameri can Association of China was recently formed. The new orgiiiilalion will largely nue for American commercial Intel ests, which are rapidly expand ing In the l-'oochuw consular district, and will lake the place of an Ameri can chamber of commerce, the num ber or local Americans being too small to support 11 chamber of commerce. t jWMri o I Hu Ey rHSn UH""' Our Special Offer IE ieoo Down ffipapft: pO a Month fcSSfflfiD'm' on I Dn 3 B Automatic I 1 1 Electric Washers 1 lasts only through this month, and it offers an op. F jMirtunity for genuine economy that no modern H housewife can afford to overlook. H Only y2 cents an hour supplies the current for Hok washing your clothes and, so quickly docs the Hj u Automatic work that an ordinary sized washing H; is done in one hour. Ka f And the Automatic F.lcctric eliminates drudgery H and inconvenience. Simple, clean and compact, B''K it washes everything from the heaviest hlanket to H,!l0 the most delicate georgette hlottse. Bo iso Remember there are only a few days left in which Het to take advantage of this special March offer An UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO. E Inv rwk , TiB W0Mh ((( fasffl ) j I ' 7g IB H1 1 L&FaLlsJm I ). AuloHatic Mo HlOi: Ht.v Flttlno a Bear With New Teeth. A grlzxl.v bear may wear out his teeth. Just the same in n human be ing. When be needs now ones he ueis them, particularly In America. More animal dentistry has nccii done here than In any other country. Once, when mi old pet bear belonging to the owner of a well-known menngerle was lilted with a complete ct of false teeth. It was necessary to giun the plales to the bear's mouth to keep them In place. Lizards Victims ot Curiosity, l.lttle bojs of tho or cut often cap ture lizards b. entering to their curios Ity. When one ot llum spies a llaril that bus scurried Into a crevice he makes u slipknot of colored straw nnd holds It before the hole. After a time bo Is rewarded by seeing the tiny creu turn coming out to e.xiiml'ne tho curi ous thing before lis den and later It actually puts Its head Into tno noose, which Is quickly drawn together by the watchful boy. Decoars in India. India has the most beggars of any voiiulry lu the world. A House Pioneer. The tlrst structure built with stone sawed by iirtlllclal means Is lu Avon dale, I'u, Trolley Ambulance. A llraxlllaii ciiy uses a trolley car ambulance to transport patients to and from lio-plt.ils In Its suhuihs. Uncultivated Philippine L-nd. Slirvejs of' the Philippine Islands have shown that of the total of lL'U, ihmi sipiaro miles, the cultivated nr.-it Is only 1 1 iioo square miles, the renin in dor oiahruelng (Il.lllKl nquari) mile' ur commercial forests, n.iHiii or lion,,, iii merelal rnreslH. II 11(111 of unoxpI'M"! uml small Islands, and various aie.i promising mineral producu. The ml tlvuleil IiiihIh Include '.MMI.OOO acies of rice, l.'.':ti.M) or nbacti or Miinlla hemp, NMMHHI if c..colillt tlll.tH of sugur cime. H.I.Oih) or toliacco, 1MKH) "r hotf.iny. "II.IJIHI f ciicao, uml 'J,000 or collTee. Onlmatla's Many Dejuty Cpots. Ihilmutlu's lieiiutles luive lieen n eoimied by many linvdeis. Among the scores of lslai.il oh" Its coast are many rich In history, sudi as llriiKn and l.esslmt wheie Itoimiii and liieek idles are lo be round; llusl. with Its ten caverns, the most lie.uitlfiil of which Is the lllue (initio, cnlereil by boat, and l.aeioma, oil Itagiisti, where Itlclllll'd Coeiir do I. Ion In said lo have found u haven during a stoim on his leiurii from the ciusudes. and lo have built a ihill'cll Iheie In complhitice ullll a vow so to honor his luce pf refuse lAchallge : """ piil On Genius. H ' Genius gets the world's pralBf rnusu Its work Is u tangible prr-H1' to he bouubt, or to be bad for tw'Bi!' It bribes the coniuion voice In 'I i It by presents of speeches, B. statues, pleturcH, or ulmi, mt ltB please with. fbarucier evolvwu, liest products for home coniimf! but. mind von. It takes u il-il tnu feed ii family f ir f!U ears that make a liolhla.v fenst for -ur n bors once or twice !! ii.- Many Still Read Dickem. Chi.rlcs IHcUclis pus 111 eii rilli'd by u class of the jounger Hie critics us ii decided back euuilK-r, the statemeiit pj bis Itrttls' iiall--i that during the past three vkih' sale or his books ban been utmost J bled seems to refute that Idea. SJ or nickeiis' novels sell moie tliaa' (HHJ every year, uml ho bus hei-nd' forty-ol;,ht .vears. Ills sales ilurltl1 Inst ten are luive been Iiiryer, asserteil, than those of nii.v 'hrce ollsts put together. London's Housing Problem. The London housing Poind lull M'i'cled '-'.(MM) houses that may he M'ried Into lints. Of these l.OOOti been approved nnd work Is to bow nieiiced liniueillHtely. Wor lias i! been beRi 8000 lwme SAY IT WITH FLOWE? choicest (it runviiits, ri.' am ii.(ni. ih:.si(j.s on shout notici:. si:mi m- LEHI FLORAL Cj 1,1:111 :: ''i:i.i:i-ikm: ' , r. MONUMENTS A largo variety from which to "' a choloo. Call nnd sen us, I"'1 Mnrblo and aranlto Works, by Of Depot, I'rovo, Utah.