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9 CDNFERENCE.TODAY '
I AHMOMORROW Z'B Tbo quarterly conference of the xmI Alpine Stake will Me held' at the Tab- 'i''vK? enrncle here today (Satarday) aad ' JBr tomorrow. There will be two sessl- . X -B osi dally commeactag t 10 a. m. and X 'I p. m. respectively.- 1,'H General church authorities will be present but' aei yet the personol of this delegation has not been made - known. The Mutuab of American Fork four I wards will 'serve dtaa.er.tQ all out of town visitors on Saturday, In the I besement of the Tabernacle at noon. H Tho Stake Presidency urges as 'M. many as possible to attend, the Oon- ference Saturday. The Sunday Schools of tbo Ameri- I can Fork wards will meet at the I Tabernacle Sunday morning at 10 I o'clock. I The general, stake and ward offl- cers will be sustained at the meeting I at 2 p. in. Sunday night at 7:30 tho four I wards' Mutuals will convene in a 9M H conjoint session at the Tabernacle. f I A splendid speaker has been nrranrr- I I ed for. JJ SCHOOL BOARD I IN SESSION led 1 Jvf- Tno school board of the Alpine dls- B trict has had several meetings during tho pwt week endeavoring to agree jj. H with teachers on a wage scale for tho d I coming year. It was found necessary d I to increase the budget from $145,000 4 to $118,000 which would mean a 16 per cent cut over last year. It was decided to take a -cut of 3 ; I por cent on the repairs fund?and add i this amount to .the", salary fund, thus . m making a very slight cutin the wages Bl of teacheWswperiatewleat board 7 members aadclWte.' J VT ,'. , H. uTHmmaktft sjiajii upieajiaer for M tho comraifTreaFS'noV'.ln progress. H Some changes will be necessary to H carry but tho reorganization plan. H t ft I YOUNG GIRL DIES OF HEAfrT TROUBLE Catherine, tho ton yoar old daugh- ter of Mrs. Ada Baker of this city 9 passed away at hor home Wednesday -M morning after an illness of two mon- tH th's duration of heart troublo and ,BT dropsy. Tho llttlo girl was born Aa hefe January 20, 1912 and was a stu- BJ dent In the public school up until Hi the commencement' of or Illness. HV Hor sweet, pntlont disposition won BS hor many friends. AB She Is survived by her mother and BJ tho following brothers and sisters: BJ Mrs. Wm, Patterson of Magna; Ral- Bfl pu; Lynn; Sherman; Tlhoda and Bfl Grnco Baker of this city. HH Funornl services woro held Friday HI nflornoon In tho Fourth ward chapel. -- ---- f m H MASS MEETING MONDAY NIGHT Hb Tbo Mayor haa called a mass meet. H Ing in tho City Hall Monday night, B and all citizens nro yrged to attend. JVy Tho purpose of tho mooting will K te to discuss ways nnd means to H handlo tho high water situation H which alroady begins to look men- aclns. This Is a question which Is very vital to our citizens, It Is 1m H portnnt' that thcro. bo a good attend B anco. B Tbo lake Is hlghor now than at B any time during past years, at this B t)mo of yoar, Tho snow has Just "H started to molt and tho creek bed be- H Ion- town Is alroady. flooding over. B It Is Imperative that something be HT dono Immediately. BBS - i-n I '. H. S. BASEBALL HTsm B Lohl practically clnchedtho Alpine B. division championship In baseball fc wlion they defeatod American Fork BT Tuostlay. This was their socond vlc- Bf tory ovor the local 'cam. Tbo score BJ was CI. BJ Tho Bnmo day Pleasant drove de- BJ foated Uncoln to a score of 7-7. This BJ miikes Pleasant Drove and American BJ Fork tied, for socond piece, each team B having lost two games. Lincoln has B4,, Veen rtofcatcd1 each time played so B Tho last games of the league are R being played ' Friday as we ' go tc rrew, ' " . ;'.j hWbI HBt"1 BB TRANSIENT LADY, LIKESOOR CITY? Tho city officers arrested Mrs. Francis Klrklaad, who said she hall, cd from Los Vegas, Nevada Sunday. It appears the lady applied at a local garage Sunday morning for tho use of on auto Jack ond objected to the charge of 76c imposed upon her upon la return. Consequently words ' wore exchanged. The officers were' called and having their suspicions! aroused by the appearance of the car, a search and seizure warrant was' ser ved and the oar searched. While' nothing was found, the otflcora dts-1 covered that the car, a Packard,' carried a Texas license for 1920 on tho front and a Nevada license for 1921 on tho rear. O. L. George of Provo was In the auto with Mrs. Klrkland. At first bo claimed to be her chauffeur and upon bolng asked to show his chauf-, four's badge, claimed he was only a' passenger with' her. The pair were taken to. the city hall. Justice Hunter ottered to let them go upon paying a bond of 95. Mr. Georgo otfored to do this but the lady would not let htm. The officers then released them, holding the car. George returned to Provo but the lady refus ed to go "lposo". She Insisted that th0 city feed hor and provide a bed for hor. City attorney Booth of Provo came over Monday morning and a trial was held. Tho lady pleaded not guilty maintaining that hor auto was stol en from Los Vegas and that sho was taking It back homo. Sho declared that she had received permission from both 'Secretaries of State of Utah and Nevada to go but had lost tho pormlts and stated sho had, only E5c In her purse and could not pay for a telegram. After a lengthy dis cussion. Justice Hunter Imposed a fine of .lOJi wlth''tho recommend attotraiut soateBce be suspended un til she1-haiiime to prove her deciar atieas'that aha had received pensiU tf'.SOo.'"""'' " ,lt turned loose, and lasteted " that' the city still board her, and declared that sho was unablo to pay for a telogram to Carson City. Tuesday morning after tho mayor nnd other officials had talked with her and found that hor case was "Im possible", they gave her start out of (town and told her to leave. L, STORES WILL OLOSE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Tho Wednesday half holiday for May, Juno, July and August will start' this coming Wodnicsday, Hay 3rd. A committee from the basoball Club visited all business houses Thursday, and all places but ono woro In favor of closing at 1 o'clock. The orio place thot 3 o'clock closing would bo better. It la thought how ever that they will fall In line and, closo with tho others. H. S. EXERCISES THURSDAY EVE. Tho commencement exofclsos for the graduates of tho local high school will bo held In tbo tabernaclo here Thursday evening of next week, May 4th, commencing at 8 o'clock. 'Stato Supt. of Schools, Dr. C. M. Jon- jsen of Salt Lake will bo present nnd 'dollvor tho graduation address. Tho 'publlo Is Invited to attend tho ever- clues. I . i THIRD WARD i HOLDS SOCIAL A very nuccesful social was held In tho bosomont of tho .Tabornaclo horo Tuesday ovenlng. It was given by tho officers nnd teachers, parents end theological classes of tho Third ward Sunday school. There was a splendid attendance and all report, a very enjoyable time. Games were first enjoyed for" an hour after which the following pro gram was given: Duct McsdamcB Leon.-, Andorson and Clara Hhodes. Roraarksupt. W. W, Warnlck Duet Win. EUsmoro and daughter Guelda Mandolin Duet Rosa and Francis Abel V. Reading Mrs. R. U Ashbjr , . Duet Flute and Baxaphone Frank Shelley and Ruth Ashby After the program delicious" re; freohments consisting of tcc cream and coko were sorved and the bal .nnce'ot the time spent la danelsr. Tunct was served durlar the evening. tllaaaffrfeW , "IrffWrBshJinQJ n 1 1 tMBIM The iecatar, .session, of the OHr council was. h4 at the .City Halt Saturday aightr AaVlL 22, All couaeU men were praseat' 'excepting couaclW, man Kasmussea, . ( ?, John B.t Berg and Klntey Taylor, representing the American Fork; Uasoball Club petitioned tor the us of (he city .park; for tho comlac stus mer months. , On motion the petition? was graatod provided that the clua furnish the city with a schedule it the days 'on which they want the wi' of the"' park. They also, stated tiat some repairs be made on the graad stand and fence. This was left lata hands of the public property commit-, tco with power to act. They- farther petitioned that an auto fence bo buHt to keep autos n specified distance' away from tho diamonds. The couneM sanctioned this, provided the city wai not put to any expenso and ottered' the use of poles and lumber for same? The baseball representatives asked aloo that the city build bleachers to care for children who attend the games stating that the children would be admitted freeup to the' age of 18. Tho council folt that the financial con dition of the city did not warrant tills Improvement at present. The matter of conforrlng with Jos, Okey as to putting up a now fenco between tho city park nnd his proporty was left to the public proporty commit too and councilman Barrntt with pow er to act. " Ottts Cheney appeared and stated that ho wished to chango tho plans of tho erection of hln aervlcp. station on tho curve of tho State road 'near, tho creek bed. He stated that the present plans would bo to ' erect a; cobble stone building with blue mortr or Instead of lumber. Becnuseof this, ho dcslicd that tho loose; on. the' ground.be for ten years Instead, ot five, as -formerly agreed- upon, 'jibe, petl tloh was granted providing (that thw plnas fonthe new, building beaccept ed by, the i mayor, aad recorder Mr,i: Cheney, exnectu to start: at .oneejA 'I ilTTIiii'f HflTH'tf iiHf rVaHMli to recolvo perpetual " maintenance through the city's fund. His petition was granted and an appropriation of $12.00 was jnado for this: Howard Grceno appeared and ask ed that the unscreened culvort on tho cornor of First West and First No. bo coverod. Tho matter was left with tho Irrigation commtttoo with power to act. Alfonzo Chlpmnn complained of his water rates being too high for tho services received. It was moved that bis rcten be reduced to $11.00 providing that ho does not uso tho city wator to water his lawn. The street supervisor recommend ed that f 10.00 additional bo paid to Ollvor Jeffs for cleaning up tho curb In on Main slreot. Tho matter of defining tho labor of Mr, Jeffs and to call upon tho business bouses for part of tho money for wages was left to tho stroet committee nnd street supervisor. The matter of having tho Garbage grounds mado accessible and ropalnt. lm; necessary sign's was loft with th Ing necessary signs was left with tho public proporty commlt'co. It scorns that people that have been using the garbago grounds Jiavo dumped tho refuso In tho driveways till It Is nearly lmposslblo to get Into tho grounds. This will bo cleared: away and signs will be placed designat ing places to dump tho garbago. A petition was presonted eifjned by Robert Davis and others asking that tho city Install and maintain two olectiic lights on West Qtato st. This matter was loft with tho Elect ric Light committee for Investigation. Tho mayor reported a communicati on from Dr. T. B. Boatty relative to tho resignation of Dr. P. M. Kelly' as city physician, stating that It was noccssnry that tho city secure a city physician at once, Tho mayor was Instructed to tutther Investigate tho mat tor. Tho stroet committee report that the lowest bid for sprinkling of streets was thaVot Owen Doan for the nmount of 48o por hour. They re commended that tho bid be ncceptcd which was sustained. Tho publlo property committee re ported that only one bid had been presonted for the city pasture lease for tho summer. This was from Carl Andorson to the amount of $125.00. Mr, Anderson was torepalr tho fence and the clty furnish the necessary material, Tho lease was let to Mr. Anderson. The recorder reported that Attorney Booth had stated that it was lawful for tho city to tax abutting proporty Wm-a tor the culverts aad arlve Ifrsbnto" their .pisjfo'tlea. He was HHfucted to notify the city ea&aeer Jslthia effect. A tomniuiilcutlon tronf tho Mutual Aamory Co. was read, asking for ji tMuell6n In the water rates and stat myhnt they were Intending to start gklk condenser which would use. up l&ds of ?,000, gailons an, hour and tap desiring to know If the city ifild.furnish this amount The matt Ms left with the waterworks eeaa Btce., lOTJid assuming of the responsibility Mm new, culvjrt built at th foot of M&Shlgb school hill was discussed. ,nras the sense of the council, that Irrigation Co. nssuine this respoa JMIty. The recordor was Instructed Busk them to accopt same. Bn motion $632.42 was ordered Bd lo tho, n. Harilesty Mfg. Co. at jnods Cross, Utah, for cement culvert fves Tot tho centor street water way. Jjsjritc l'hctlng then adjourned until pnday night when nil councllmen isare present jfThe prnspcctlvo high water was dls Bsscd at Jength nnd n motion carrl m that.the mayor call a mass meeting Kr.ltlz.6nH at the city hall noxt Mon. ey, May, 1. lki asatter of appointing a city myBldan was taken up nnd tho may ff, recommended the appointment Ot H. J. Vi Noyes with t,hQ understand iek thai ho Is to be paid regular rate HV quarantine calls Instead of n re jflfftlar salary. This nomination was MHWtatncd by the council., Klrho defective culvort On the lane plaadlng' to the People's mill wis ori 4&red repaired. . Py,Tho matter of starting, tho sprlnk jMrvas, loft to tho discretion of the gafcr committe with Instructions JfaVjhpy hold It oft, as long ns posel ie Yu order to avoid a water short- a. - 'j . ; rf. ' Rwho piendlngof leaks in tho main mrT" ' ' v ---- K CoattaMe4 oa page three ' -" FHtST GAME OF , SEASOHTWEDNESDAY Tho. baseball soason Is here I The first game of the season will bo play ed next, Wednesday May 3rd, when tho American Fork Club' will play the fast Utah Oil team or Salt Lake. "T'TJio first Wednosday half dollday will start this Wednesday and a large crowd of basoball enthusiasm nroVx pected at the opening game. The local club' will probably use Mlilor In tho box with Barrntt on the receiving, end nnd glye all the players a tryout., Th club is also giving a dance In the Apollo Hall that 'even ing and everyone Is urged to come out and glvo tho club their Bitpport- Provo Tlnipq defeated tho Heber aggregation Wednesday afternoon at Provo In an 11 Innlngn pro-season bnso ball gnmo by a 2 to 1 score. The managers of both teams tried several men In each position, and moved them about In almost every Inning to see whore .they would tit In Each team, used three pitchers, nil ot whom pitched good bnll considering tho early season. Hobor connected for four singles, while Provo connect ed three times. Provo used Jonoo, Kinney nnd Bos hard on the mound while Hobor used "l.ofty" Murdoclr, C. Murdock and Nelson, ARRESTED FOR DISTURBING CHURCH Threo American Fgrk youths were fined $GO,00 each nnd two $15 each by Judge Tucker at Provo Monday for raising a disturbance at the Shar on ward chapel Sunday night, It is reported that the youths have madea, practice of disturbing JJie peace la the vicinity .of the ward chapel so Sunday night Sheriff J. B, Boyd arrested John Cunningham Ed Johnson,- Noel aPeet, Wm. Feet and Jfn.rd Robinson. Johnson and tile Peei, brothers were eeih fined HO., and Cunningham and RoWnson $16. ; V . - I . - . . . . ' . . t. PLANS OUTLINED , I FOR CANYONS I aB .Tho Forest Servlee has outkhMsl' 1 pjans for American Fork' and rivytv 'Bl Canyons. This was made known1 til V'H a letter read at the meeting ot thi , Utah County Outdoor Ass'a heM at; . . ' Provo Friday evening. Tho leHer b1 rends as follows: 'BJ Prof. K. L. Roberts, v , ' Provo, Utah. t ,B . " &$' "- Dear Mr. Roberts! ? ." , -JM I have been Informed that, tat Visa , '. '. ' ':,' county people have orimaited a re-Jv ' H creation association of' whisk m; jiBJ are secretary. As I understand , . H ono of year purposes In'ersjaaiafasT' ''BI is to develop the scealc attraeUeaaJa ' ''H the county. 'V" This office has, a recreattea ata BJ for Utah,, county which, far Uw.fee. , .-., of, all, should b0 correlated (wh aaf, ' plan which your organUatloa aaai,K , ' M you have, any suggestion to'naMa ' BJ whereby this planoiild be . Improve BJ or changed to coincide mere wRh ta II M alma of your 6rgaalsatleeywe; wfB '' BJ bo glad to' confer with you " t1' .' . ,BJ Following Is the plan wo. have l I '" 'iM mind at present: I Aspen Grove Five or six ;nwf, K'-M toilets; six more tabfk and beacaea i ,J with 2-lnch plank .topi'; iartfraiaa M sljeltor wlth fireplace and-, "buniw. , ;' ' "H This should be, suitable for enterfafa- U'.,Ha men(s In case of storrii., ' , li 'M " Aspen Grove Trail to1 Kmerald Laka l .,'BJ To be completed, on'soon as weath- U 'BJ or cnnditlono wilt perrart,. (ForeaC ;B1 service' will;, finnisce - 'tnisl) Ton of - U.,B moro toilets alona; trail between As- ijiBl pen arovo nnd Kmerald" lake, B1 Bmornln Iako and vlcinlty-slx- b1 ton tpHctn. (Fo.rest service lippei ' BJ to,flnanceetght this year.) Twenty BJ F tBorooamp' tables and benches. "Bl IrB frame' or stone shelter wftli': i heetlngiand cooking stoves aad hank.' ?'1bB1 This HhcidX satiable fweniertilar:' . ' u -JM mentV la,''eae..'e7s4Jrat'', ? ? ' rH i Amphitheaters 'lei - irisiaKy it LalM - - '; BJ t yr ... S.:--' . ' ' ' j. . , t iBn ' Cate'ea; e-'three r' t.' ' ;' - ,. 'I - -'ry.r-Z'.'.-i"-.: , ....,, ..iBJ SSfflSSBBBBffifflffiSSv'-t -jiHB $ 'v ' H " ?H IFoot Repairs on May 1st! J On oot Cmfort Demonstrator pif you I Luanda? fiSgSg&k ' At Our Store have J I ffi May JSt 01 -jfm come to our store and learn tmUDieSft an exoert wys howthousands of people suffer- ' Call at X H Yi3 Mf' Ing from corns, callouses, bun- ftUn Z I $ FoOtmatl y tJ0 mi ions, tired, hurting and painful 111118118 $ tfi mi ta-erlM cet have been benefited 'by k , IK H J W1H m thereof Monday, lbeat DrSchoWs ' tilrti 1 I Ctlipman'S loot Comfort AppUanom Foot I 41 J Vhit Our Foot Comfort Department. Specialist X ' 4 tLXamineS Now is the time to have every question about AD" -H S Racf these wonderful inventions or Dr. Scholl, the .. . ft ;H S reet eminent foot authority, answered by a man,, examma- .' Rrrpp thoroughly familiar with them. . ' ;"1 ' (JonS " I w ' " -:.;-v .- come in Now r--' , , Free$ ' ' Bring Your Friend t ? Ii you do not look after your Feet hoy can!you;work? i I S ?5 'b1 What pleasure can you get out of life? '.','.-. $ fl Hi X An No matter what your trouble, ' J H $ .You can get the advice of a man " who knows. I Call at J vl I Chipman's, Monday, May lsi M f All Examinations FREE v.;I tB X -'.4' s. 'X'' r .y Bj seaeiBeHiKeaeifieMejBeiiieiiieaijMKeii 1 '''.'"" "' ;- S HH i)saBal MmBjMaf-M-a , -. . . . , iiiMiiiiin -- - I1 ' - -HHj