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h iflHS I IB STSm fl Mi QItVll DvW, t Bttattiredwift -and witness the ball gome next WEDNES- i f C1! Ii A dJ.JLB.lt I tlflV " DAYAfTERNOOHBeforotho game is over you'll feel ton PaVQATI VQ Am Pork Ml 1&M S M.m.m.,m. Jjy years younger, andUth be shouting with the rest of tho 500 raySOIlVS. AIU. T Orti I IM leatanfW w fans Toko our wordier lt-If heUcr (hnn a Jngful of medicine CITY PARK 3 p.m. lETM j American Fork Citizen 1 ,i0 I SOlL . AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921. NUMBER 19 MH SI TIMPANOGOS DAY NEXT TUESDAY :fl WITH BANQUET. RALLY AND DANCE Next Tuesday is Timpanogos Day ut American Fork A crowd of energetic boosters from tho Utah Statu Auto associ' 80-Hr ation and the Salt Lake Commercial Club will bo the special forlcB S8'3 of th Aincricun Fork ljtjlli nd Pleasant. Grove Com- merciol Clubs hero that day. Tho visitors will arrive here 5 I fcbut 7 V' m'' wh(m they wil1 ,)0 bnil(l"etc(l in tho basement of ii I tlio Tabernacle. "I 1 All members of tho three clubs, their partners and any 1 1 other public spirited citizens are asked to join in the big ban- I onet. A price of $1.00 per plate will be asked of all, outside of I I the Salt Lake guests. 2 11 At 8 p. in. a monster rally II will bo held in the auditorium. II A specical program of songs, music and speeches lias been II arranged and tho public are all I I invited to attend this. There I will be no charge made. The "II Silver Band will meet the I I gnosis at Lehi and head the I procession to American Fork. I After the program in tho mm tabernacle, a grand ball will end tho evening's festivities at M theApollo Hall. A charge of ( 55 cents per couple, ladies I free, will be made. Tho public I Is invited to attend this also. I Our Commercicnl Clubs are desirous that the people of tho I State and Nntion should know I of the wonders of American I ' Fork Canyon nnd Mt. Timp&p- I egos. .The Salt Lake Club's put out much advertising each ; SJ l! telling of Utah's beauty :v if.pdts. Wo -want our Canyon iJj and government "trail to Thn- pnnogos to bo included in their advertising. I It is thought later that the clubs will plan a great 'com- t I ' Liunity hike up Timpanogos to which everyone in tho north H eiid will be invited to portici- unto. A special committee consist I' iiig of 12 Commercial Club niPinbers, Jiavo the work of I , preparing for the big day nodny woll under way. Thny I aro: I Banquet Jos. H. Storrs, T. J. Franklin, Jos. Ingersoll and Tlionias Coddington. Program C. E. Young, P. M. Kelly, Wm. Thornton, Jas. H. Clarke, and E. J. Seastraud. Reception E. W. Paxman, I James T. Gardner, J. L. Fir- t ninge and C. M. Beck. Publicity and Invitation I S. L. Chipman, L. W. Oaisford m nnd B. S. Kershaw. Tho chairman can call any extra help needed. Mr S. L. Chipman, J. L. Fir- wage, John Borg, Jesse M. I l Walker and J. "E. Chadwick .J wore appointed as a commit- i loo to solicit for any deficion- '1or made in preparing tho ir.iupiot. A specini invitation was or- dored sent to tho County Com- i"iB8ionors, E.' A. Tourson, Mr. Orein, W. T). Rishell and Dana Parkinson for their help in .se curing bettor roads for Amer ican Fork Canyon. The people should all parti cipate in this big Timpanogos rally and be unanimous in co operating together to get tour ists to visit our canyon and see some of the best scenic won oers of the West. MUTUAL DELL WILL SOON 8E OPENED " The hut at Mutual Dell will soon be Opened to tho various troops of girls and boys, from all over tho stuko. Already several bunches or tourists from,"all ovor tho state have visited tho canyon. Monday, Scoutmaster L. P. Fugcn of Troop 1 of ningham was In town. He had with him tho patrol leaders of his troqp. Thoy loft forCommun lty Flatjjato In the afternoon to pitch tents and mako nil preparations for the big hike of alftbe scouts of Illng-hnm. On Wednesday the whole troop from Bingham camo nnd mado their way up to Community Flat where they will make their headquarters for twelve days, according to tho scout inustor. While thero they will climb T'mpanogoi nnd will perhaps bo tho first hikers to make tho ascent this -Ml"- year. i Tho Mutual Dell will be opened the Inst week of June, when tho Amori can Fork Second ward will spend Its three days there. It Is expected that tourists will bo supplied sultnblo tents at Community Flat all summer long by tho govern ment. Tho placo is supplied with table, toilets, etc., which were sup. plied by tho Amorican Fork Commcr tiul club last summer This Is nn Ideal spot for a vacation this summer. Sunday Nipht's Meet- ing Exceptionally Good Tho meeting Sunday night was ex ceptionally good, but poorly attended. Fred Hotlston was in chargo, tho meeting being given by tho Alplno Stake missionary association. Tho musical numbers woro given by I'rof. Charles Hopkins nnd hlB two littlo e"ns. F.lders Southwlck. Knudsen, And erson and Uusson of I.ohl woro tho speakers. Thoy nil spo'-o on tho first ptincnpls of tho Gospel. Mr. Hopkins' two boys. C and 8 years of ago. showed exceptional tol cnt. Mr, Hopkins la a resident or Ihl. but has a studio at Amorican Fork and Is doing splendid work hero. I EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO THE BIG I Timpanogos Ball, I Tuesday Night, I in the APOLLO HALL Tho Music Will be Furnished by tho AMERIAN FORK I SILVER BAND. , I Members of tho Salt Lako Commercial Clubs W wil bo special guests. I Tickets 55 cents :..:..: Ladie3 Freo I ' UMPIRE. SPANIARDS , AND ERRORS COMBINED FAILED TO BEAT IB y The funs received a raro troatjftt tho haso ball gamo Wednesday. Th Hranlsh Fork nlno wore In good con dition but were no match Tor "jhu Champs. Had i not been fr Uio -errors mado by our men, the Siwuilt&ds would probably have boon shuueut, os Mlllur pitched a splendid brani of ball, striking out 12 of his opponents. Tho Spanish Fork nlno Bturtod''l&jtU. or on tho mound, who Is only "atf' 15 year old high school led. Thoyjtse. cured 3 runs on errors in tho first Innings. When, In tho third the lo cals mado 1 run Miller wan changed nnd Simmons was placod on . tho mound. A timely hit from Durko or ed 2 runs, then tying tho score 4 A featur0 of tho gnmo waB iur ront's throw from centorflold., cut ting off a man at the homo platt. TJie locals gained 14 hlto against tho oponets 11, nit woll dlqtrltmted. The final score was 8-9 in our, favor alter a rnlly of tho Spanish Forkcrs in tho first lnlf or tho nln'h. Itjwas vttneecsaary for tho last halt to be played as wo had tho gamo bytno 1 run margin. Unshnrd, (tho umpire) docltfons vrcre two-thirds guess work and If he umpire Friday at Spanish; Fork Its a 10 to 1 shot that wo will lose. Miller nnd llarratt played splendid ball and wore really rosponlsble for the winning by th locals, as there were bud errors made by 5. or our players. Tho attendance was smaller than usual on account of hc'opeulng pf tho fishing senson. . fj The public should remfmbojp Jhiit lho prices' forthcgnmesotctJuMeti 50 cents; ladles 2Rc: children upvto 12 years 10 cents. Our boys nre play ing championship ball ami the games nro worth double tho prlco aBkert. The gnmo hero next Wednesday ho twecn th0 locals and l'ayson Is expect ed to bo ono of tlit best of the seas on When wo played them at I'nyson a thirteen Inning gamo was necessary to break tho tie OLD FOLKS OUTING AT GENEVANEXT ID. All tho old folks of tho Alpine Stako will bo royally ontcrtalned at their annual summer outing next Wcdnesduy. Jun0 22. Tho outing thi year will bo at Oenova. The stake committee, consisting of John Hunter, J S. nroadbcnU Will U Hayes, DavU J. Strong, n. D. Wndloy, Samuel Kirk, Alex Iwo. W. S. Orconwood. nnd Huy D. Nlchblcs met Sunday to mnko tho final arrangements. It wu decided that tho committee would furnish an abundance of Ico cream and strawborrlcs to tho aged. Oth er luncheon outsldo or this will b furnished Individually. The commit tees or each separate ward will bo responsible for tholr ward's transpor tatlon. A program will bo given In the hers solected from each of the towns bcrs selected from each of tho town'j of the stako. together "with speeches, from General Committeemen from Salt I-iko and others. It Is expected that dinner will bo sorvod to 1000 pooplo. I'eoplo with cars will bo called upon to donate the uso of them for tho day. Tho Amorican Fork committee met Wednesday nlpht and made final nr rnngomonts. Evory pdrson over tho pgo of 60 yearn Is invited to parti cipate in the activities of the day Tho committee desires all peonB over CO years of age and widows nnd widowers to assemble at the City ,IIall nt 0 o'clock' o, m Trannportn- jtlon will lo furnished from that ' plnco. If thero nro any who have not received an invitation they nro to t'is oincln! . o .qtrufWM Ortens Stwo Hsro Durlnu tho week tho 8kacgs Com pany hns been idocklnr. up their now store h'oro, which Is located opposite tho Orert depot, nnd according to iholr nd. which nppoars In this Is s'io. thoy onon for buslnoss this mor nlng. nnd Invito tho public to come In and get acquainted. AMERICAN FORK WILL ' CELEBRATE JULY 4TH Amerlcnu Fork will obsorvo Inde pendence day hero July Attx In a fit ting manner. This was tho doclslon reached nt tho maas meeting called by tho Mayor Monday night. It was held at tho Commercial club rooms, vhlch wns woll filled with Interested citizens. Mayor Walker ncled us chairman and K. J, Sonstraud as th'o secretary. It was decided to havo a military pn rc.de, tho Legion boys and other or genlzations tnklng part, and patriotic rtrvlcos which will bespenk th'o truo cfMlment of tho day. Tho Mayor and City Council were authorized to appoint tho several committees ncccssnry. These com mittees will work In connection with tho legion boys to mnko tho day n success. Walloco Chipman, representing the Legion boys, spoko briefly nnd stntcd that tho boys would bo glad to help In any way. A full i detailed program will be found In th'cso columns later. Tho committors appointed to look alter tho work, as t given by Mnyor Walker aro as follows: Exreullve Committee, P. M. Kolly, Chnfrman: Clifford R Young, W. S. Chipman, Wnllnco Chip-m-n. Mrs. II. I. Jones, Joslo Green vond. I.IIIIp Wlrth, I. M. NIolBtn. Finance. W. S. Chipman. Chnlrmnn: M. If. inpcrsoll, J, It Flrmnge, John IJorg. C'erl Anderson. Program . P. M. Kolly, Chnlrmnn; Ann Chip man, Mrs. H. L. Jones, John Hun. tor, Krnest Paxman. Sport. Kari Holmstsjd. M SWlld. Jalw (Continued on Pago 0)- GEO. GRANTHAM SHOT AND PROBABLY FATALLY WOUNDED George Grantham of Amorican Fork, son or Mrs. Mary Grantham, was shot and probably fatally wounded nbout 4 o'clock Thursday ut tho docking corral near Kamus. Ho was shot fy Georgo (Shorty) Poet of Salt Lako, brother of Daniel Pcot of this city, following a row between tho two. Iloth mon were In tho employ of j John Ilorg of this city. Mr. norg loft I early Thursday morning for tho cor inl and when ho arrived ho found two of his mon "nnd loft they woro Grantham and Rvorott Ixuirsum. Mr. llerg sent Oliver Hunter nftor tho men. Hunter stntcd that Grantham was angry because ho wus sent for nnd that ho had beim drinking nnd nunrrellng while at tho Nolson mine, where bo had spent tho night. When ho camo back ho begnii to quarrel with Poet nnd nftor a lot of angry words, Mr. Hong stntes, PMt pulled his gun, declaring that Gram hnm could not cnlt him nnmes llko that again. Thoy woro separated by other lysrdors and Peet was told to put up his gun. Mr. Uorg ordoroO tho men to stop quarreling or Jeavo tho camp. Mr, Uorg says, tljat he then went out among 'the sheep In tho corral and when he hoard a cry looked hack nnd saw Grantham with a branding Iron raised In on hand nnd his othor hand grasping tho throat of Peet, whllo Poet hold a largo club and was tussellng 'with Grantham. Ho states that Grantham then hit Peet with tho heavy Iron. which knocked "Bhorty" to the ground I an A cut a gnsh nbont 4 inchos long In his head, noforo the men could - n mi.wi...- . .pi ! timi reach tho fighters Poet had again iHHJ drawn his revolver and shot Grant 1 Kl hnm through thu stomachc, tho bul- m BM let did not como out. 'jl ''A Ho was Immodintoly Utkcn to Park t jH City by Uorg, Hunter nnd littursen i , nnd placod in tho Park City hospital. I , j Tho doctors operated, found tho bul- ! M let and sowed up several largo hole m In. his lntostlncs, hut when Mr. Dor ' , left Into that night ho had not como S 'jr out of tho cthor and thotoctors did II U not hold much Ifopo for his recovery. i Tho Deputy Sheriff nrrcsted Poet, 1 j' but It was tho opinion of tho cyo-wlt- 1 nessos that no caso wilt Uo made I f onilnst Peet as ho shot In seir defen- If , so. itni A phono call from tho Park City vm) hospital lata Friday morning was to if 9 1 tho effect that Grantham was stilt lIVs alive and that thoro woro some chan fl'.Ht ceo for his rocovory. CiK i su ANOTHER EARLY i SETTLER CALLED Thomas Walters, one of our early M settlors died at tho tahl hospital Wed- llfli n oi day. Ho wns born In Wales, is flH l&ljt and camo to Utah with his mo tber in tho hand cart company, he WU was then C years old. IH jo Hpont most of hU life In this SH Olty and Fairfield. Tho past two yrars ho has llvod at Fairfield. M Ho Is survived by his wife Julia, H sli sons, Georgo. Evan, Bph.. Lewie, David and John, nnd one daughter. Mrs. W, C. Thomas of Fairfield. Four B children havo preceded "him to the M rreTe. H The funeral will be, held today '(Sat- jH unlay) At lb o'clock Vet ih'e tJecoi H ward chapel, The interment will taiw IH Place at Fairfield; " "M ' 'jam H Caps - Bathing I I II I ::'-: Suits 1 9 SI YOU OUGHT TO SEE THE LOVELY BATHING SUITS AND CAPS. VACATION AND RECREATION Tn(rTy TTprP W B We have a full and complete line of Summer Hiking Suits for Men and Women It ft t si m Chipman's Specials 1 ill 7 l-2o Riee, per lb 5c :J0c Seeded Riuains 25c j 40c Corned Beef, can 20c 5c Macaroni for 8 l-3c 1 , 7 l-2c White Soap . 5c .'0c Karo Symp, for 25c K SOc Tall Salmon 12 l-2c (50c Karo Symp, for ., . . 45c 12 l-2c Cream Olivo Soap .... 7 l-2c 1.10 Karo Symp, for 85c j j 10c Oil Sardines 5c 2 lb. Bag Fine Snlt for 5c I 15c Mustard Sardines 10c , 15c Torimtocs for 8 l-3c 1 1 15c Tall Sogp Milk lie 15c Can Com for , ... 10c I ' ill i .'J.r)c Sliced Pirio Apples 25c 15c Can Peas for 10c , 25c Cream Choose 20c $1.00 Spark Plus for 50p HI CluDman MERC. CO. VlirpilICtll AMBRIOANFORK '" i ; w ,Mu