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Vol. 4. No. 31. American Fokk, Utah, Saturd) November 24, 1906. Suhsckiption $1.50 DIES FROM HEART FAILURE ( Lewis McBrlde Passed Away From Natural Causo Instead of Accldont '" n First Reported. Justice E. K. Mcllrldo received n telegram, Wednesday morning from Marysvalo, Idaho, containing the start ling news "Come at once your your son Lewis has met with a serious nccldent", Mr McBridc took the first train and on reaching Salt Lake received word the boy was dead and by asking for par ticulars and details, was informed his son had started to work (ho was engag ed at a grading camp of the Yellow I stone Canal company ns usual in the best of health and without the slightest warning dropped to the ground and ex pired within three minutes. The doc tor pronounced it heart failure, nnd the '' ' first telegram was sent In order to break the news more gently to the par ents. Arrangements were made nnd the body was prepared and shipped nt 3:20 yesterday to American Fork, arriving here this morning at 9:30. The young man was 10 years old, a native of Utah and for several years American Fork has been his home. The family are greatly shocked at the sudden death, but aro glad ho passed away naturally Instead of being mang led by accident as was first supK)scd, The funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Monday afternoon in the First ward chapel. Another Rich Strike. Tj W.C. Earl, one Of the three owners of I the surprise lease informs tac Citizen t that they havo made a still greater i strike of rich ore, while grading out I and leveling ground to build a cabin. J This strlko Is very encouraging to the A lessees, who were compelled to stop j development work on the first strike I owing to having troublo with Tyng I Bros., who claim it, Is on tholr ground "I and the case will have to bo settled by I tho courts. The now strlko Is nt least I fifty feet from any other claim, being J near tho center of tho Surpriso ground. 1 , First Ward Entertainment. R ,V?An entertainment wilt be given under the uplesoJUi.Sutkchtl In I f'- tho first sirinl'mooUng houso "Wodnjo 1 i ky evening, November 28, V- An admission of 10 and 20 cents w 111 ' bo charged; tho proceeds will go to help purchase a Sacrament Set. The follow- . Ing program will bo given; Solo, Mrs I Laura McCnrty; Musical selection, Rosa y Durrant and A. D. Simmons; Duet, j James Martin and daughter Minnie; Comic selection, E. Cutler; Violin Solo, Roy Holey; 'Original", W. J. Wild; ' .' Solo, Illanch Klrkhum; Duet, Roy and Jennie Holey; Solo, Julia Hrown; Solo, James Martin. After the abovo num bers will be given a musical comedy in one act, entitled "Always knock at the door as I'm tho Gardner," the cast of characters Is Theoielus Thompson, a smart city man, Auborn Chlpman; Mlsa Sarah Thompson, his mint, Ilertlm Nlcholes; Jane, u modern general, Fein I Featherstona; Honest John, Thomas U Martin; Mr Jones, Gardner, KayN'icho- ' U'B. Yon Yonson Coming. if Tho attraction at tho American Fork I I opera house on Thursday night, Nov. i?.l f will bo Kennedy & WUIunl's scenic pro- 1 1 duction, "Yon Yonson" which seems to havo as strong n hold upon the public I as "Way down East", this being Its I sixteenth season without the slightest f decrease In its drawing towers. The I play Itself Is the embodiment of all tho J elements of success und Its construction v Is a marvel of modern stagecraft. A I K feature of more than passing interest Ur"-"' In tho play this year Is George Thomp son, the well known Swed'sh uctor, In the title role. "Yon Yonson" Is a stirring plcturo of a novel phase of American life ui.d it is one of tho most successful dialed comedies ever produced upon tho Amer :an stage. Resides having the merit or originality, Mr Thompson's churnc terlzatlon Is said to be an umuslng and faithful representation. "'Yon Yonson Is the quiet, Inoffensive Swede one meets everyday, w th all of h'-s pecullur char acteristics and his aukwaidi.css ot speach and movements. !In the Fourth Diett let Court Wednes diyths defendants in th cssoof Tyn brothers vs. the Surpris Mining com pany, gave a bond for the release of a lot of ore recently attached by theSher itT.nru) the latter was ordered to release the ore to the defendant. Tyng Hros. recently entered attachment proceeding gainst the Surptlw Mining company, k claiming f 1&00 worth of ore held by di k fendants. Apollo Team Getting Busy Tho Apollo basket hall boys, who made such a, good record in tho pust two seasons aro again preparing for un active season of games. They have nlroady signed up for contests with the following teams, Cresents of Chicago; Reno, Nevada, University; Y. M. C. A of Salt Lako and the B. Y. U. of Pro vo. The local team has arranged to hold the contests in the oporn house, which will be remodeled somewhat, by removing the wings on each side of the Btagc to give moro floor room. How to Observe Thsnkigtvlng Day. Tho last Thursday in November is tho day set apart by this grent coun try of ours (theso grand nnd glorious Unlted'States) for "Thanksgiving day, a day wherein every man, woman and child should bow their heads in prayer to our Maker for the multitude of bless IngB which be has seen fit to bestow upon each and every one of us, though wicked and sinful we might have been all of our lives. He has been good to tho Binner as well as to the Balnt, ho has caused the rain to fall on the un just as well as tho just, nnd yet how far wo fall short of our duty to our Maker. A great many people, certain ly misconstrue the object and purpose of Thanksgiving day. There are some who with gun and dog take to tho fields to Bhoot the innocent nnd unsuspecting quail and duck, many others, for any klndofBport, fun or frolic, amusements of any kind, anything but tho real pur pose for which this day was Intended. Some few have a different view and these will remain nt home nnd talk, nnd discuss their neighbors, their faults nud habits, not, for u moment do they speak of the good traits of these friends nnd neighbors, but gossipplng nnd lat ticing seem to bo the ruling enjoyment of the day. Then there is a class, who well know tho object of Thanksgiving day and this class though small, yes, very small, will respect this good day and spend It uh the day should be. A few of theso good pedple will lift up their voices in prayer to their Mas ter for the many blessings ond com forts Bhowercd upon them and theirs. This class of people nre fow and far between, but tho good Lord will hear and nnswer their prayers. My dear youg men.jjtop and reject o'er voj desecrate ' tjjuf great 'ami " gool day Celebrate it as It should bo and as it was intended it should be, a day of prnyerand thankrgiving to our good Master for his goodness "and kindness to us through nil of our Uvea. The "American" party of Salt Lake with tho assistance of the Tribune nre now putting forward n movement to in stall politicts into the management of tho Public schools. Tho only argu ment put forth is to stop the Mormons from grafting religion into thoso insti tutions. Tho schools of Utah nre nmong the foremost of this great en -lighted country, Bimply from the fuel tlint their management has always been non pnrllclasn free from political or M'ctcrinn Influences nnd it is to bo re greted that tho broad minded people of Salt Lake will allow tho Tribune to- ex ert them to such feelings, ns to wish tho schools to bo controlled by political grafters. The Pen sylvnnln and Redding rail roads havo increased wages 10 per cent Amalgamated Copper anil Standard Oil havo done tho same, nnd it 5s reported that tho great steel corporation with its 187,000 employees will grant an in crease of 10 percent in wages. Other great onccrnsiind corpora t ons will pos sibly follow suit in an effort to make wurs commensurate with the increas ed cost of bed, board, rent and extras. Prices of food, rent and clothing havo gone up considerably in tho last ten years. Thero would be more cause for alarm If it were not for the fact Unit with this increased cost work was never so plentiful nnd tho country never so prosperous. Prosperity and plenty are in part the causo of Increas ed prices. In viow of thenbo.ve facts, why can't tho job printers of Utah County get together and ask living prices for the product turned out by them, Instead of underbidding each other ui.til It is im jtosslblo for tho printer who gets the job to give good work or first chibs ma terial, jny t me a printer can't make wages in his own ollice when he has all the work ho can do. ho Is not getting onough for the work. Dr Lorenz, the Viennese surgeon, who recently passed some t me in the Unite 1 States, says that he has found women Inferior in pnysiquo in all other countries save in the United States, whero their physiquo js so superb as to make that of their countrymen teem Insljnllcant in projrtion. Things to Talk About. A Chicago employment agency is advertising for "homely girls." Just as well advertise for old girls, No young man of today can succeed to nny great extent who is not enthusi astic in his business or occupation. The fair weather friends always come in bunches, but the friends thnt come during adversity tire miles and miles apart. Some day n paternalistic government may even undcrtnku to regulate the hotel charges for tho benefit of tho jtcoplo nt large. Since tho government has begun an investigation of divorces it Is noticed they aro fewer In number. Publicity's the thing. After this tho American girl who marries n title must understand right , nt the start that It will be useless for j her to expect any sympimhy. A sorehead in Knnsns says thero aro no women mummies because a woman never was known to dry up nnd stay drilled. A Chicngo judge sentenced n man to jail for allowing his wife to support him. What is the country going to do for jnils, if this thing spreads? Count Castohinl accuses IiIh wlfo of being very extravagant. Doubtless she is and was, but tho most reckless purchase she ever made was the little French Count. Tho doctors sny running Improved health and promotes long life. If this is so, Mr Bryan is destined to bo a modern rival of Mcthusnlah. Dr Edward Everett Halo says speak every day to some whom you rccognlzo as your intellectual superior, but this advice will fall of effect upon thenvct- nge male or female egotist. In n reading room in Boston, thero Is n sign "Only low conversation permit ted here". Wo are surprised nt this. We supposed that nllllostonecs conver sation was high-toned. Tho Pullman sleeping enr octopus Is shown to hnvo a surplus of f2H,000,000 in its treasury, squeezed out of the' traveling public., doMJnude -h'.old.n,orfrtVrPg; - Milwaukee- Is to havo an apartment house for tho exclusive use of unmarri ed women nnd bachelors. It Is impos sible to decide at this time whether tho projector intends to promote or ills courago matrimony. Uncle Sam has n flag factory which costH the government $09,000 a year nnd at least M) women aro employed. Each ship In the navy has to havo 2S0 flogs and they receive n new Hot every three years. A set Is valued nt 2,500 Commissioner of Immigration Snr gennt thinks that all Chlneso arriving in the United States with n view of re maining here should be taxed $1,000 a head. He believes that the time has come when all the Chinese in the Unit ed States should lo registered. Tho empire of Russia is rich In horses. According to the statistics of tho De partment of Agriculture at Washing ton.there are on earth GO.-I.Vi.OOO horses, of which Russia alone has iCI.OOO.OOO, nveraging twenty-five horses per hun dred inhabitants. According to Miss Julin Richmond district superintendent of the schools in New York City, God created mothers and when he saw what a sorry job he made of it, he created teachers. And yet if it was not for tho mothers the teachers wouldn't have much to do. Tostimulate marines, to Improve in i if lu practice, Secretary of tho navy Bonaparte has issued an order 'that every manner who qualifies as an ox pert rifleman shall receive ftt per month extra pay, those qualifying ns shar shooters i- per month, ami those rat ed as marksmen $1 per mouth. it is said that tho way n woman takes a compliment stamps bur place In so ciety. A blush denotes the debutante; a giggle, tho unsophisticated; n brusque protest, the sensible but unpolished; but the quiet unelatod smile, with a quieter "thank you," if reply lie neces sary, unmistakably denotes the worn an of social training, the one accus tomed to compliments. On his recently completed tour around the world Mr. Bryun was accompanied by his wife, who put in typewriting all the newspaper urticles ho prepared. Mrs. Bryan not only studied law and was admitted to tho li.ir soon after she married her then undistinguished hus band but she also loomed to manipulate the typewriter as a furthur mean of being of practical help to him in liU work. i LovertM tobacco in its various scduc tho fwrjs who base helin at times a trWo,cortclcniemittimby rcnsin of tij?nH5fl'tdoplcnulili otlWtBoftho to brwJhWt ujun tie mind nnd hotly ahouIdh iceft.i th IxMibk- to smoke their pqKHJJln "'see since no lss an author Ittha he London Infect, the for mostTjoji. nal . lh medical world, has rlsenuH' od ilsic in the mostdolibeiali! niuljlwJiM way that tobacco smoke contairijjn uppir!.ihlc amount of for inaldtmlt'i one of the most powerful of iinltwfcVy nnd perm MlUrs. y3JKlQ hMr from a cow falling Into n piNJDjfrnilk and being premitted to remWNhore for thirty sik hours will prbfMM.)00.H)0 bacteria, a bit of snw dusMK'straw from thoBtuble floor if It gctSjfrw tho milk nnd stays there twM$pfour hmi.-s germinates 7,Ono.(iOO baumQ.nnd a liw fly drowning in mly2vl produce , 110,000 bacteria if Its eori stsys in the milk one day nt l?iIs.s'.iUHMli t"f has said so. lfeKlifl our condensed opinion of the Origlafl luxulivt Cough Syinp:"Neni ly'nlt3'ih,rluirh syrups aro constlpni-IngeW-ecinlly those containing opiates. KeniKily'H Laxative (containing) IIm cylfaif. Tar moves the bowels. Con taiiw"? opiates. Conforms to the Nat-ionalffi'iiri- Food and Drug Law. Sold by tjjffAmeriean Fork Drug Cenipanj. ifflJUTAH PATENTST" flVnVN this week. Roorted by C. A.&vMWA l'"' 1'ntont Attorneys, Wnvqiiglnn I), t John Kcmpf Jr., SnlluiKO City, Fence-K)sL William U,HiM, An.i'ricmi Fork, Insect-destroy cr.AH'ibpy of any of iiImivo patents seniltVo cents in xtnge stamps with dat$Jf tins pnr to t. . A. Snow Co., Wriwliiilgion U. G. DWitt' Ktdmy and Bladder Pills act .on both kidneys mid liver, and as n rv1u!t .afford tne quickest relief from thosejtroubles resulting from an excess oJuTJul' ncid. Such troubles us rheu mutism, hackarh , wlnttca, etc., are quickbj relieved by a few doses of this iiodArtl remcdli a lor th" kidneys. Sold by Aizrncati Fork Drug Company- TlioVeslcrn farmers ore always in hot wafer. This year their crops are tooj-Jj for their cribs. Soon their bank -counts will be too big for their consciences. Uff ''Tiipronectlhi' little ones nnd for the infomat Ion nnd satisfaction of mothers h.t.tf.i'.-i o each IhjUIi' of this wcctJ'liHve been placed on every label. Cnsca'swcet Is a harmless comsiund of vegetnbleextnicla Hint Is wonderful In its beneficial effects on tho slomachsof liables and children. Recommended nnd sold by American Fork Drug Co. When tho tip of a ilg's none Is cold nnd moist, that dog Is not sick. A fev erlsh dry now iitwin sickness with it dug. And so with human lip. Dry. cracked and colotles llim mean fever ishness, nud areas well III npixiiring To have beautiful, pink, velvet-llke lips, apply nl bedtime a coat lug of Dr Snoop's uroen Haho. It will sol ten nnd heal any skin ailment. Gel a free (rial box, at orr t'r rimI be ronvlnciil Large nickel rniiiMil Jnnt 'Jtt r -nts. At American Fork Drug C. and William Thornton's. tin: --COPPER HAND BOOK (New edition Issued Nov. IMh. llHN!) Is a iloxon books In one. row-ring the history, Geography. Geology. Chemis try, Mineralogy, Metallurgy. TVrintn ology, Uses, Statistics, h I'liwrn'ttiof Copir. It is it pratU'iil hook, ufiil tonll and l)v)MMry t.i inl twit en gaged In nny jininch of ! Oqiper n duntry. Its facts will kim muster with tin trained scientist, awl Km btHgnw i oaslly understood by th evwyilay man ItglvimtlmpUiii facUin Mn Uk IUIi without fmir or fHVor. It liht and iWsriUe PW CfiM ' Miiii-m and CoiiimniitnlH all mrl of tin world, d(MuriitliHM nmninK i '" IIik to sixteen wgi, arcordMig I" ' port.tnco of tho property The CoiKr llHtidlook Ut riHintl. d ' be tli WORLD'S STANDARD REFER ENCE BOOK ON COPPER. Tin- Mining man whnU in- l"l f" tin- fsrU it gives him al ut mm. . minmg umltlm mutal. Tho Investor twilt the UwA fur Oh facts it gives him about mtttiK, min ing i iVtfttniuHt anl e.'iUM-r sttMK Huulrml of swindling eoqMs Hie exH. in plain rtglish- Pr." Is S in Buelram w.lh jfllt tft. 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