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KET CONTRACT Of I snUJHEODED I '"Again Wdncidny, reprcsoutatlvca I of, the sugar manufacturers of the I fote and of tho Utah BtoU form bu- - H &u were unablo to reach an aBreo- ":B "fa 0I tbe 1921 contracts for sugar ' 3-Ar I bwta, and tho conforonco was adjour- tf.Sj; TJio sut,commlttoe of tho farm I twrcau which represented that body I jn'the negotiations M report bUck dl fat inability to roach an agreement I i the cxecutllvo committee of tho I ute organization, ahd that body will determine what steps will now bo taken . Agreed on tho prlnclplo ot u prico ilSring contract, botltho sugar man- ufacturcre and tho beet growcro cvl I denced an earnest dcslro to reach a - J conclusion satisfactory toboth Intcr- """H ests, but could not agrco on the dc- I tills of the contract, especially as I tho factor of ocst of raising beets was H concerned. I Tho disposition on tho part of the I conferees was to await a thorough $) I consideration of tho questions lnvol- I cd by the exccutlvo r ommlttco o( tho hrm bureau before giving nn cxprca- 8ion as to the probablo outcome It I itas said that sonic effort may bo made ;-B to submit tho existing points of dlf H ftrenco to an arbitration committee I composed or disinterested men. ftclh Sides Frar Loss. H Tho manufacturers Insist that they H cannot enter Into a contract with tho H farmers such as would entail nn opcr- H atfon of their factories at an almost certain loss and tho farmers, on tho H other hand, declare that tho contract H mast provide them n profit on the .1 cultlrotlon ot their fields. H The manufacturers hare pointed H with considerable emphasis to Uie 1920 H contracts, whereby Uie farmers ro- H celred f.Z per ton for tho boots and I H tjio manufacturers are now selling H tho sugar mode from theso beets at -"'.Wteftlf8s than It. cost, to make ,he jH While the UtnbIdaho Sugar com- - -; Wny and tho Amalgamated Sugar M company, tho two iurgest operators In )!), 'ho state, are tho only companies to oexoVl lme ljccn reI)re(,Itcd at tho confor- 1 unt I "nccs' l'10 Slnallur companies have in store I tll(! past rllowcl1 tho load of theso (rim. I iXk' am' lK)lu tuo managements of . cu-.H tie factories and their growers aro and I Allowing with closo Interest tho pro- coit , reM of ntffntlatlotiB for tho 1921 contracts. U I Successful Outcome Expected Approxima'Jy 15,000 farmors In tho irk I ,tato grew sugar boots last yoar, and for tho last fow days they have been besieging tho tyirm bureau h'endquart I at I rs fur information. irtr Tlio Investments of tho sugar com- 'al- I panics probably represent tho largest if- I ftRgregato of any agricultural lndus- m- try In (ho Intormountaln country, and n 'ho growing of sugar bceta has been re probably tho Inrgost cash crop for tho farmers in Utah and Idaho. - I Persons who hnvo been watching a I tno Progress ot tho couforouccs ex D pressed tho flnn belief that n contract I 1 'H ho decided tipon in tho near fu- J m tUro' nni1 IV)mt lo l'10 ,onB lrawnout negotiations which In provlous years ' have precoded tlio final adoption of I a contract ngroeablo to both farm- rs am manufacturers as nmplo ground for that bollot. I BAND ORGANIZE I The members of tho band mot last I "ick at tho' City Hall to organize I A good crowd was present and much I cnlhuslasm was shown. 13. W. Pax- I man wns elected as president of tho b,md, Joseph D. Forbes ns secretary I and treasurer nnd Ernost l'nxmnn us I director. Tho following now mom- I tors woro admitted: Josoph Walton, I litrt Wootton, Jnrvis Aydclotto, Sum- I el P. Grant, Jack Varnoy, Merrill I I'layson nnd Molvln Grant. fl Hehoarsals will bo hold each Thurs- JJ JV night nt 8 o'clock In tho band I room of tho city Hall. Tho band Is expecting to go through somo stren- uous practices within tho not two months, preparatory to tho concorts hlch will bo given UiIb summer. sH I I'rof. Chas. Hopkins, violin nnd m Piano teacher. Mako arrangements M with mo NOW for losson noasonnblo tprms, nnd fIratKilass atlontion. In I m "bovo Hank of American Fork Saturday's. IJj.qt. COMMERCIAL CLUB TAKE UP IMPORT ANT MATTERS Tho Commercial club met In regu lar session last Thursday night. Many Important matters were discussed. Tho meeting was called to order by President Coddlngton and tho minutes of tho, last meeting wero read and approved i A communication was read from the Salt Lnko Commercial Club ex tending many courtlsles to tho local club." Tho sectctary was authorized to answer tho communication nnd to extend to tho Salt Iako club tho same ci urtosles and co-operation from our own. Tlio proposition of securing trans portation of tho tents and provisions of the U. of U. art school was refer red to tho Tlmpanogos committee for nctlon. Tho Secretary was Instructed to writo to tho Association of Commerce of Wisconsin and state that tho local club rhvovrcd their movement In re gards to unemployed and to offer any nEslstanto needed. A motion passed faorlug the grav eling of tho Alplno road through our city. Tho club offered to co-operate with the city In this matter nnd rush the work through. Tho club went on record ns favo ing the purchase ot tho "Old l'.ast Schoolhouse" and lot to bo used ns a city camping ground for tourists. The dratnngo committee was in structed to preparo n. roport for tho next meeting as to the extent of work and cost necessary to create and main tain a drainage district In this vi cinity. Tho satye committee was authorized 'to meet with tho Irrigation company nnd 'find some feasible plan to Increase our luto water supply. They wero also appointed to meet with otlierH liitcrcntod in deepening Jordan rivers so thn.t moro water will bo tak pr'troM tho lowlands" anfj-tho'lakor Tho street commlttco was appoint ed to Investigate tho deepening ot tho city creek near tho lake so tint It will not overflow and spoil tho lake read. Tho club joined tho other clubs or the county In nsklug tho County Com missioners to gravel the Mosida road. Dills and claims wore allowed. DIES AFTER ILLNESS 12 YEARS Mr. Jcsso PaddHold, son of Mrs. Samuel Padfield of this city, died Thursday evening, nftor an illness of about 12 years. He had been sick with chronic rheumatism which prov ed to bo tho cnuso of his death. Ho was 30 years of age, unmarried, hav ing lived In American Fork most of his llfo. Ho Is survived Wy his nioth oi' and two sisters, Mrs. T. L. I.aur sen nnd Mrs. Fred Preston, all of this city. Tho funeral services will bo hold Sunday nftornoon nt 3:30 at tho Se cond ward chapel. Jos. F. Smith prof jsslonal work In volco culturo and solo piano plny llng. Six months for $25.00. Tormii: A negotiable note or 10 por cont dis count for cash In advance In Amor Icon Fork every Wednesday and Saturday. 0-4t- . , ,-.,.-. "Mho Iiiijn jour product? Nn mutter If jou nre n farmer hell Imr crops u worker In n fnc lory, mine, rallrond, store, etc, tfi-IIIiig )iur Inbur homebody else must liu) whnt jou Iiiito to hell OK YOU I.OSII. Who Is Hint buyer but YOL'It. si:i.n Wlin biis j our product? How cun you keep working unions you keep on buying? You can't. Keep on buying w'"t J" "! now or tlio man who would buy tho things yon depend on for n living cannot 1iur. Each helps the other. STUDENTS INJURED WHEN AUTO JRNS OVER A number of the young high bcIiooI students had a narrow oscnpq from serious Injur' Monday whllo return ing from l.chl In an automobile-. Members of tho Uhl high school gave a program at tho locat Jilgh school last week, ajd Monday, tho Atnorlcan Fork students returned tlio compliment by presenting a program at l.chl. As they were returning about noon one of tho autos driven by Adair Jlromley, while Attempting to pubs a truck, skldcd In the mud and turned completely over, throw ing tho occtipantB out and pinning some of them underneath. Those who wero In tho car were: Adair Ilromley, Thclinn Holey, Vco Aydclotto, Myrl Hanson, Genovlcvo Stewart, and libello Anderson. Vco Aydclotto nnd My rll Hanson received the most Injury, Miss Aydelotte's foot being badly lacerated and Miss Hun boh's back wrenched. The girls 'wero taken to tho I.ehl hospital where their. Injuries wero taken caro ot and aro reported to be Improving rapidly. Tlio car was considerably damag ed, the top being broken nnd tho wind shield smashed. Thoso Involved con sider themselves ery fortunate that It did not terminate fatally for ono or moro of thorn. j-gj BASKET BALL NOTES The American Fork High school biBkut bell team added another 'scalp' lo their Btring1 of lclories last Fri day night when they again defeated Pleasant Grovo. Tho local team played wonderful ball, with Stewart and In gcrsnll most prominent. One ot tho features of (he gamo was that the aiove shooters jwcro nevor allowed n"fleld"gnnl-liftheflrsthalfi At the end ot tho first half the score stood 12 to 4 in favor of tho J locals. American Fori: took tho lead j from the ory first and tho outcomo j of tlia game was novcr In doubt. Dur ing tlio lust minutes of play Stowurt I was put out of the gamo for porsonal fouling. Ho was replaced by Hot- j tolns. Tlio final score stood 23 to 14 In our favor. Tlio boys aro showing moro pep now limn they did ut tho beginning of tho j season. Tho American Fork High' school basket ball squad practically assur ed Itscir of a placo In tho St'uto tour- namont when tho local boys derwted j tlio l.ehl hoopstors at I.ehl Tuesday j night. . I Tho gamo was pronounced by over 2000 fans as being tho fusteBt played j this season and was filled with thrills, j American Fork got a 5 point lead In j the first flvo minutes, which they j irnnaged to hold during tho entlro j gamo. Tlirco exceptional shots wore j mode by tho American Fork team, i two from tho contor of tho floor by Ingersoll and Nielsen, and an over hand, under tho basket by Storrs, In tho second half; each of which brought tho rooters to their foot In a wild uproar or cheering. Tho final score stood 2S to 33 In favor of Am erican Fork. Frank Anderson, who had been quarantined In for smallpox, was with tho team during tho first half and did somo fino work. Storrs replaced him In tho socond half. Tho locals havo yet two games to play, ono being net Wednesday night with th'o II. Y. U. to bo played hero, and tho other with Uhl hero tho following Friday. JT Amorlcnn Fork succeeds In de feating tho U. Y. U. Wednesday night, they will bo tied for rvrst place, lloth tho first and socond places will go to tho Stnto tournament. Sunday Night Meetings Tho meeting last Sundny night was ghen by tho seminary clusa of tho high school and consisted or short talks and a musical program. Next Sunday's mooting will bo glv on undor tho auspices of th'o Hollglon classes of tho town with Dr. James M. Grant In chnrgo. A splendid mus ical program has boon arranged in cnincctlon, with a speaker from Provo. i ' w Watch for particulars of Grant's big auction and rod tag salo, March" ' 17th, 18th and 19th. ' WASHINGTON'S BiRTH- DAYvdUlETLY OBSERVED Tli4ly public observation of WuaMijgton's birthday was that mado by the, Boy Scouts ot th'o town. They congrcgMed at tho City Hnll at 7:20 a. m, foij short program, consist ing of jjobgs by tho boys and n short spooLIayor Walker was given. At BuwrSer the boys stood at atten tion rWWij)' Um Hag was raised. Tlio boys .timt indulged In. games after which JheyWoiw treated .to a peanut bust bfjiljr3 8. L. CUJpmnn. Th'cy1 reassembled at tlio Apollo Hnll at kop. m. whoro ihey played basket Mil? Ihc 8ocond and Third wards bwjg declared tho winners. At Bundokho flag was slowly lowered whlloilMhscouts saluted and taps was sounded jMl Tho sj$rcs were closed for tho day and aiitlnco was held at the Ileal art theatro. SovjtmycloVer window displays wero to bQr.gwn In honor ot Ui'o day, TerTold in a Few Lines ' w, Iit.its-ijklest tolcphono directory, tho f'uSWu State's Telephone and Tclegifapl'i Company, has tho follow ing jofl'UjLtuIng Amorlcan Fork, nt the;he4r tlio list of Amorlcan Fork tolcpHo. users: "Amcntyi Fork Is ono or tho rich est an'4jwt progressive llttlo cities In tkejMlo; ldoal climate, excellent schoojsjSost modern conveniences. It Is thkEilncs8 center of tho north cndjjci&h County, and the gatoway to tffewmous Ml. Tlmpanogos moun tains frity'thc Hansen Cave beautiful and sciiilc .spots of Utah,- that pco plo cta&Uhousanda, or miles to sco. To hwieeokcrs American Fork of fers vA Jdoal sot In tho state and only MKnilles from Salt Lqko City, the cjB&t 'Tho chief occupations uro, Jhjfrug', dairying, fruit-raising, cattlelM'shcep, milk roodonscry, soma -wy buslnens houses, two l&rtWka,odjocnl newspaper." FARMERS WANT REALJARMIPAPER A meeting ot tho farm bureau was hold Wednesday night in tho City Hall. Georgo F. Shelley stated that tho farmors ot tho state needed a farm pnpor as tho Utah Farmer was not what tho furmors need. Ho stat ed that It was afllllatod with other concerns and wns not devoted to tho Interest ot tho Utah farmors. Too many clippings from' eastern and oth er papers, which wero of no value to th'o local farmors were used, ho stat od. Ho urged that tho bureau adopt a resolution fnvorlng a Stnto Farm Duroau paper, published by tho stnto expressly for the farmers ot Utah. Tho resolution was adopted. A motion wan passed that Instead of subscrib ing for tho Utah Farmer tho members would retain 2(c for tho local and send 25c to the county bureau. Tho seed commlttco roportcd hav ing Rovornl o flora for seed potatoes, ranging from $2.50 per cwt. F. O. I). shipping point to $1.25 por cwt F. O. I), on tho farm. Tho lowest of fer coming from Otto Mitchell of this rtlty. Mr,. Mitchell's potatoes went COP bushels to tho acre Inst Year, It wr.s stated. A resolution wns passed wherein the farmors agreed to fix and ropnlr nil mnchlncry nnd harness, etc., In stcad of purchasing now ones nt tho prevailing high prices. Th'o meeting" was adjourned until the first Wednesday In. March, when the next one will bo held. Important Notice Principal Ernest Brnmwoll will speak to tho Parents Class of the American Fork Third ward on Sun day, Feb. 27th'. All aro Invited to bo present. Something worth-while Is nssured. KM J. CLAYSON, MA11Y K. AUBU Teachers. . i . - - OLD FOLKS OF ALPINE I ' ENJOY THEMSELVES I What was declared by all present IH nr tho best old folks gathering rr jH given In Alpine, was held Tuesday, jH Washington's birthday. Tho program H ot tho day wins undon tho direction of H Mr. D. J. Strong and Mrs, Benja- H mln Hates, who with tho old folks H commltteo doscrvo much credit for M tho fluccessful occasion. M The aged nsaemblod at tho ward M houiw at 11 a, m, where they en- J gaged in chats and handshakes until -!H noon, whon they wore fed to a dellc- Ions chicken dinnor at th'o Amuse- jH ment hnll. After dinner thoy again ,H nssomblcd whoro tho following pro- jH grnm vas given: M Address ut wolcomo Bishop Vance. M Solo, Georgo Iladdlson. H Heading, Aljowcon , Heoloy. H Homnrks, Pros', 'Jos. H. Clarke. H Music, Forbes Band. jH Rending, Mao II, Marsh. jH ncmnrks, Clara Batoman. Violin solo, Mrs. Sterling Devoy. 'H Uoadlng, Zara Henley. , jH Romarks, Prcs, A, J. Evans. H Chorus by tour small girls. H Solo, eatholccn' Chlpman. H At r p, m. atlothor delicious meal H was sorved, nttori which the crowd jH wns entertained with folk dances by H th'o Misses Oilpman and Smith. jH In tho evening a basket ball 'game H was staged between tho man led folks jH and tho singles. Needless to say tho H singles came out victorious. The H gamo was followed by a grand boll, H with a record breaking crowd preaent. H Tlio time was to pleasant" that it H will be Umk Remembered by all the H honored guests. H BPKCIAIH AT B0I.tV8 H Week ending Ma,rch 4th:' H 4 lbs, Bhm Rose1Uce ,...... JC3' JH 2 Packages Cream or Wheat . . . , Mo H 30c Can .McDonald's Cocoa .... Mo JM 20n Can Dolmont flirted Feii .. 15c . , jM jjraiaaiBiBraaiarBaisiBHgjgifrra New Spring I 1 HOUSE DRESSES I New and nifty House Aprons I S - Crepe Japanese Aprons - I j Children?s mSa!EJn Rompers I H I SEE Our Big Show Windows on Main St. I p !EEiaiaHaraaai3faaaJiEf'aiafsiaraafsiaare I H I Chipman's New Cash Prices Ml ll I .'JOo SWKBT ORANGES, per dozen ...'. ,. 20c I I H 1 1 40o LEMONS (large) per dozen '.25c I 'I 10c A. mid II. Baking Soda, each 10c ;H 1 p 25c TIN MILK PANS, each 12c H i m 50c BAG COKN MEAL, each 30c M 1 I 7.r)c BAG OAT MEAL, each 60c $ I M i I :i0c COLGATE'S TOOTH PASTE, each 20c H LOc JELLO, each 10c $ 1 H 1 $1.00 BOTTLES LIQUID SMOKE FOR MEAT 60c B M I l.")c CORN ELAKES, each 10c 12 l-2c RICE, por po.und , 8c 1 H 12 l-2c OLIVE BRAND SOAP, for 7 l-2c H i I $20.00 AUTO TIRES, 30 3 1-2, (FORD OARS) $15.00 g jH L . $1.00 MONKEY GRTP PATCHES FOR INNER TUBES, ea. 50c 1 WM COc CANDT, ASSORTED KINDS; por pound 40c 1 :l EISfSiSfgElBEISSBBlBlBleMEflEIBIiPPP B Chipman's big red store I I . AMERICAN FORK 1 jH