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" -S jfl' VOkXVrc : .. ' I AAffiltlOAN FORK, UTWfcwtDAYrMAY13, 1922 : WJMaEl '''IB 9 HUBS MEET AND I DISCUSS POLICIES 1 : fMCM 9v An Interestlag aieetlag of the re- 1''B prcsentatlTcs of the . Clubs of the .'fl north end of the oumtjr was held la .H the Commercial, Club 'rooms here H Monday night The purpose ,of tho H meeting waa'to discuss furtare poll- iH clcs for the handling of the Timpan- H ogos Cave Ik America Fork Canyon. m A number of representative fiom H American Pork aad Pleasant Grov0 m were present, but due to A mass meet- H ing being held In Lehi that evening, H tho delcgatea from that placo wore H not pretest Thos. Coddlngtoa was In the chair. H 8. L. Chlpraan, chairman, and other H members of the Tlmpanogos Outdoor H Commit too were present and oxplaln- H ed what bad been done and what was H being done la connection with the .., I now cave. Mr. Chlpmaa gave a report WiJU Jl fl o' the money received and expended " J I to date, stating that the line was up J H and tho electric wiring of the cave Q jrl X 'H was now done. He reported that tho ! prico ot kots wou'1' be $1.00 for 2 H season tickets, 60c single admission, fjM:? H 25c Ar Scouts and Bee Hive girls and iH children. Tickets are now on sale " H and will bo distributed to various OOoo I clubs In the state by the Tlmpanogos 0 H committee. i m 9 H Tho handling of tho cavo and the V.S funds rccolvod has been 'turned over X-jL to .the Clubs by tho Forest Service., $ M Tables, toilets, suitable camping i 0 grounds, etc. will bo arranged for tho ) 0 I accomodation of visitors. Y A contract was presented by the r 'I Utah Power ft Light Co. for the pow- X H er. This was accepted and the Clubs X I Agreed to stand behind the committee X H tor the guaranteed amount of the eon. vf : I tract. Q H The official opening day of the cave v ; B tuts not bees definitely decided upon iiiW on aceevat ot enow and the work yet jj(X;' to be eesaHeted. The, epeaftc' BMBJ "XM,a.T'd"'witwmeMmefwtilB II the Beat month. I '. : ' , ,-:,. II l CENTRAL LEAGUE I OPENS WEDNESDAY I H The Central Utah Baseball I H League will open Wednesday "" K May 17th. American Fork plr.ys 1 'B Hobor on tho local dlamondo at I V S p. m. and from advance H dope the Hoberltes are coming I H down with a large numbor of I H backers. I H The lochia will uso Miller on I H the mound and Heber will 1 1 probably use Nelson - I 'm gale "on at Chlpman-e, on Ladles I M mad Mlssos nice spring Cloaks, Sat- I M urday aad, all next week. M HHH i - ! JS iBSBY siJiaBlBsBbaa I PfCTURI ON I lm VftsBHtl swsWswJl f ' l vVt jT ' If B A WAITEI W ,m hiogekin fiUjm ft, . tTTan ant TlJl B -tnyeabs r B ",l Cot a MUHoa Sor-4wI H Ytari U Cotriello Mi. B plora l$Mt PmbU. BKSKV kkkkaasiitsatkWBBWHBBaWBBBwBHBBl H TWO SHOWS DAILY Hf ;at the realaei wed. JJHl fihdTHUES. NEXT S . . 3:30 -, 8;15 K SPECIAL MUSIC . f j ' afaBHaw bwswsV DIES SUDDENLY J NEVADA Tho First ward chapel, was rilled to capacity Tuesday afternooa with relatives and friends who came to pcy their respects to Alexander Cun ningham who dlod very suddonly last Saturday in Callento, Nevada. Bp.; James T. (Jardncr presided nt Uk sorvlccs, which were open'od by tho choir singing "Nearer My God To Thoo". lres. S. L. Chlpman offered tho Invocation aftor which th0 choir sang "What Voice Salutes Tho Start ed Ear", Tho first speaker was J. H. Davis who testified to tho sterling qualities of tho deceased and express ed tho beautiful thought that Death is Uut a part of tho plan of Christ for this life. Milton Brown played a Violin solo "Oh My Father" nccomp unlod by Hazel Aydolotto, W. S. Ilobtnson was the next Bpoek or and expressed words of comple ment to tho bereaved and told of Christ's mission to this earth and of tho Resurrection. Bp. Jas. T. Gard ner of Lohl then spoke, telling ot tho deep rospect bold for tho deceased and of his work in tho noxi world preparing a home for his loved ones. Jamos Martin and daughter, Mrs. Mary Hansqn then sang "Sweet Let ter From Homo" which was followed by a few remarks from Pres. Jaa. H, Clark who told briefly of his busi ness relations with Mr. Cunningham and of tho leadership he enjoyed among -his buslnoss associates. Tho closing remarks 'wore mado by, Bp. Jas. T. Gardner a neighbor to tho Cunningham family for a number of years and who told of tho high esteem In which they aro held. Tho choir sang "'Sometime We'll Understand" aftor which Morris. Mad sen offered the benediction. Interment was made ia the local cemetery where B. J. Seastraad dedi cated the grave. , AloMICIunalagfcam was bora, la :taniay:-,lipber 4th, 1871, be iag rti',nin ;f4t.the time ot ate ieath. "He'ww tfc ot Robert s4 bath 1m4. -; iL2 . , '--married twice.. After the death of his'' first wife he. married Miss Jane McBrlde of, this cty to whom he was married. 23 years, He was the father ot 13 children, 11 of whom survive. The deceased was a mason by trade and left' ' Americas' Fork Thursday afternoon In apparently the best of health and the family received word Saturday rooming from Callento, Novada where he had gone to work that he' had died suddenly supposedly, from heart failure. Besides his widow, the following children survive: Wilson,. Myrtle, Luella, Clifford, Ether; Doris, Mos elle, Stella, Golda, Howard nd Mack, Tho following brothers 'and sisters also survive: Thomas Cuaalaham and Robert Cunningham of Salt Lake Mrs. Kate Burgess and James Cun ningham of View, Idaho' and Mrs. Irven Makin of this city. - n . DAMAGES SOUGHT FOR DROWNING OUT OF CROP Alleging that the crops ef 14 acres ot his land wero destroyed when a waste ditch constructed by the Ir rigation companies was allowed to clog up and flood his .land, B. H. Street has filed a suit In tho district court against American Fork City, Pleasant Grove City, American Fork Irrigation company aad Labi Ir rigation company, for damages to the extent of S800. I,, DIES ATJWAGNA Funeral services wero held Wed nesday afternoon at tho J. William Taylor. Undertaking Parlors la Salt Lrko for T. J. Franklin, formerly of this city who died In Magna Satur day morning, . Bp. George Q. Morris was in charge of tho sorvlces. Tho singing, was by. Mrs. Lizzie Thomas Edawrdo. Tho epoakors were W,.T. Browa ot this city and Bp. Morris- Intermoat was made- In the Mt. Olivet .Cemetery wbero W. T, Brown dedicated the grave. ' Tho deceased was 45 yearn of age. Ho lived in American Fork tor 3 years rvlor to his moving to Magna. He operated a restaurant while here and continued his business la Magna. J Saturday last ho complained of a pala In, his chest and -wont In to Ho down. I Vhen 'friends went- to wake, him, be wos doad. 1 Programs Rjjyift Day FlilTWAED t Tomorrow being Mothers' Day, Mm following program has been arrange to bo given at the First ward guaaejr School. A large attendance lav 4e-r sired, tho mothers especially &$ cordially Invited. A bookfet appro priate to the occasion will bo pre-, cntcd to each mother. The program Is: Preliminary Organ music Y Prayer Melissa Boley Song "I Had Such A pretty Dream Mamma" Sacrament Gem Administration ot Sacrament 1 Concert Recitation "Honor Tag Kalhor and Thy Mother" etc. Solo Mary Wild. Presentation of Booklets Song by Kindergarten and Primary grodo "The Dearest Name" ' Tribute, to Mother Clarence Graa Reading Marie Robinson Duot Jas. Martin and Mrs. Mary Hansen. Brief Address Mrs. Mary Nielses Remarks Mrs. Annie Werner ' Song Benediction Mrs. Rose Graat ' . ' 'SECOND WARD Tho following program . will W given In tho Second ward at the re gular Sunday school session com mencing at 10:30 a. m. at which the mothers of the ward will be special guests, but a cordial Invitation la es tended to all. 8ong , Prayer Song , ,. Sacrament Gem and, AdmlatetrU-' on otSacraaent ," '. Concert Recitation "Honor 'TW Fatherland Thy Mother, tc. " Tribute to Mother Mrs. aM -Resilar Mrs. Maud Chrtatpsml 'SoioMiM Margaret arijiiiMtSm '-QeirtsMe- Ruloa rT1l1hIiiM Song , I Prayer I . EVERY one of US A MILLIONAIRE The word "dollar" signifies 23.22 grains of "tine" gold. Am- erica has about nine trillions ot "tine" gold grains In bullion in - its vaults Which is about 00,- 000 grains for every maa, worn- en, child and. baby In the coun- try. But credit counts for 20 ' times that, or one million, eight hundred thousand. So that makes us all millionaires, does- n't It? Yopl a CREEK PREPAID FORJGH WATER The patriotic citizens who donated their services to re pair the creek bed and to build up Its banks so that it will hold tho expected high water, did some, very effective work during . tho first three days of the week. I About 200 men responded to the call j and, all the dangerous placos wore lined with large trees and rocks. Many teams wero at work and over 250 trees were cut down to lino tho banks of the creek In low places. Mayor Jesse Walker and, tho com mittees appointed at the mass meet ing last week hail charge of the work. If present Indications can be relied upon, we can oxpect some very high, and dangerous water this year. Thero is still plenty ot snow In tho hills and if n warm spell comes, damage might result. The whole tntermountaln country is reported to be menaced by the high water. It Is thought, however, that tho work done bore this week will keep the American Fork stream In Its natural'channe) and undoubtedly pre vent much damage. RETURN FROM COAST .Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Galsford and daughters Beatrice' and Fern and son Eugene; returnod to American Fork Wednesday after having spont the past six months la Los Angeles, Cal, Tho, trip was made by auto taking flro days, Mr. Galsford'a health to' very much Improved and they all re port as having had a very enjoyable time, but glad to get homo again. Jgf Sthird ward .JBfPfaM' ograni baa beea ar BajWd ts, Iho Third ward to be given jjjB30,aithe regular Sunday school ( Mf1 . , Kch department M the W, "ffceoi will ftraish two &1 SBsTne girls ot Me,.8ecoa4 la-' KdljMe class will present earn-' iBm ,t',nll mothers present All flGjnvited, to attend. j aifta - ' M FOURTH WARD J JB honor ot Mothor's Day, tho fol-, $jHkg(fpro'gram has been arranged. MBvl bo given in the Fourth ward sme regular Sunday school cession. ' AXteclap Invitation Is extended to' awnolhersot tho word to bo present. trjjl fol lowing numbers' wilt be given: ' ljMtis-U''Oh I Had Such A Pretly DMani Mama" I 'aycr A Mother 'jing-j"Oh MyFathor" j ' Ncrnment Gcnai ! ministration of Sacrament ' J .Jaffllnccrt Recitation "Honor Thy ffmorand Thy Mothor, etc." j 'XwoaeaUtlon of Booklets to Moth-' iMlo"Mother" Mrs. Myrtle Hous- . . Spteadlng Ralph Dram well $Kl-?Jan)es Qraat pisTJmental Nina Halliday jPfiMtbacnts Jftrst Intermediate Wrn'. yr &!Cuct "Mother, Dear Mothot", La- nsej Robinson arid I.aree Chlpmaa ',vk)ng ''Love At Homo Benediction A Mother. k vtke wAaroatc prleetbeod of the wsfcdstthe stake a;piirlng pro jjaWikVaeMr et Mssasr Day to be MysVet-.the.M.ImssUw of. wMifeayeeUve wafs'f)aaay evea BM''JE ' MieaS de.lre4. HAND CARE PIONEER DIES HERE SUNDAY Joseph Rowley, hand cart, pioneer and early, eettler ot this city, dlod Sunday noon following aa Illness of cboul two weeks following a stroke With complications Mr. Rowley was 73 years ot age and was a native of Englund. He came to, Salt Lake when but 8 years or age having grossed the plains with , his father, Georgo Rowley who was captain. i i In 1801 ho came to this city where ho made his homo until 1914 when, with IJs. family Jte mqvod to .Martauga Idaho, w hero thoy havo resided since. About three weoks ago, Mr. Rowley, came to American Fork' to visit rela tives and euffored the stroke within a -nock. Ho died at the home ot hta brother, Alma Rowloy. Ho Is survived by his wife and the following sons and. daughters, Frank, Marlow, Jed and Monoro Rowloy, Mrs. Maronl Peck and Mrs. Thos. Carroll, all ot Murtangk; Mrs; T. O., Carson ot Homedale, Idaho; ' Mrs. C. B. Cook rly ot Ogden; Mrs. Frank Hanson of Garland also a brother, Alma Rowley end a sister, Mrs. Sadlo Wagstaff ot American Fork, The first Ward Chapel was filled Wodnesday afternoon, Kith relatives and rlonds of the deceased.; The ser vices wore undor the direction of Bp. James T. Gardner. Tho opening song "My Father Knows" was sung by the ward choir after which' Lenard Haag offered the invocation. The second song 'was "Beautiful Isle" sung by choir, The speakers were Patriarch W B. SwRh, James H. Clark, George Varney 'J, I. ToIbmb ot Salt Lake andBp. Gardner. They all spoke ot their ' pleasant, associations with Mr. Rows ley , aad of. the ae4rlif, ae k4 )ed, aadv touohed cm goepsl loetrfaee aad the, miahio,U toitrni Hiefew. Mr. Tolmaa. !was tormertyareaMsasV 'ei tke Mr4ufb' stake m Mala;' , .. ' ' A irtete -LOU- as'A ..'Wia aiwfcmiJD. .1 4 AMERICAH - I FORK GANYOH . . i 'At a meeting ot the Utah Covatf i Fish, and Qame'lPretectfve aseociaU ll Tuesday night at Provo, K was dis4- ' - ed to request the fish and game'dk "','L partmeat of "the stato to place a kersl ' M ot elk in Provo"and American Fefk .--B canyons back of Tlmpanogos. $LH According to Robert Curtis, preet "":LV dent of the .association, MsistaM ''itB will be asked from the Agrrjeultural ' ;"i College and the' Agrlcuitiiraf depart- , , 'JLV ment of the" government In ascertala- ' JiB Ing tho kind of duck feed best' suite 41 'for planting ia vUtah lake. Sevaral members present were of the opiate ' 'JM that wild, .rice', if planted la the lake '; would attract ducks, and would make J of Utah lake one of the best duck k4a- 'H tlng grounds in the laier-monatate M region. -M I It was also decided to ask ike state "'iH departrmeat to net aside certain see M tons of the mountains m the county :M ,oa game preserves. 'M ' , n I ' (WORK PROORII. :M 1 1NGNIOILT -VM t- rt4 Mm j Tlie work on the new gymnasium 1V .J LB progresslag nicely, aad also tie ,, ;M coastrtvctlon of the new library. The 'B brick work started , Friday ok Um , M gym and the csmeat ,work. !,, -M completed at the library. " The work t M will be rushed1 from now on so tks . "M the buildings, wilt be ready for ec . J fl cnancy by early fall. ' was rendered by John H. Davis, Mr. ., M !. P.. MeGrew, Mrs. .Brla.Blgler ai ' .' fOlayense Qraat The elettaMft some ' H waa "fyv Prayer" ar ta eketraft, MJ'V H wwiotiAro , ....' BJSjUaASJesI MmMmgmtgm ej pjigjiigjgi ,jjgj(kjejpdpjuaipjpijaBKAgMBAABmkApKA n '' BSSSS !JPaMWWMwWBBBMBMlBfBsMWMB " " J.M Spring Goasffiei'Rl ; MUSGQ'; ,.. : I $ . We have decided to sacrifice on our I . I I NEW SPRING CLOAKS I I Every number in the Sale f . I ' I I WE ARE NOT CONSIDERING COST I I WE NEED THE MONEY If I 1-3 OFF 1-3 J I ji CLOAKS LADIES' SUITS . I ! $55.00 Cloaks for $36.35 $22.50 Suits for $15.00 f . ! ! 82 " " X 250 " " 1m5 1 I S 35.00 " 23.35 oenn " oa ok S H J 25.00 " 16.65 db'uu b,z& I I 18.50 " 12.30 47.50 "' '" 31.50 1 , M 1 6.50 " " 11.0ft, 19 I A few 1921 Suits will go at just 1-2 Price H I This will be in opportunity to pick up i Suit or Cloak it i gmt Bireiii. I I SATURDAY AND ALL NEXT WEEK: I I Chipman's Big Red Storq, W.J BSSSSBJ aaiSMIilSMBSlBMtMBMMMMIiBMiBiafci...j.a.uM.J..-M-r,..- - '