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m' M31H BANNER SATURDAY, ynvHMHEll 7. - : I American Fork Department BT ' ' . . . K Election Returns If Favor Republicans Ifi! HeiiieirrnN Secure Majorities I'or BKK& Three Caiulliliitfx, Kepuhllnins fin Hr'I, ' .Nineteen, Including l'rcclnrt Juv HRfls Hce mill C(inliilili'. K Tin) election In American Fork Inst Bgjfr Tuosulny was rnther mixed In results, Vf though tliu RcpubllcniiB secured ma KT Jorltles for most of their cnndldtitcs H& The nvvrngo Republican nifijorlty wn' HE; 44, In view of the fact Unit two year BM. ago tho Democrats won with n niii Bijf Jorlty of ISO owt the Republican Rfl' and woro supposed to hare n big ri. H9r grusslvu vote' milled to this, the lt Btf toiy In considered a most decide. BjO James II Moyle'u majority Watt Fl over Siiiool. H. T. Hoy Holds, Doiik Bf ernt beat Henry (lardncr -IS votes It Hf& N. (''iilRtenson'H majority over J I' Kf Ilrlnghurst was 8'.). These were th H; only Democratic majorities. Bl John II. Wootton's mnjorlty ov H Oitlub Tanner was 311. 0 I'" Shell. Hs mid V. 12. Duneaii were elected r. Hf' clnct Justice and constable respee R?' tlvoly, by majorities or r.'J and H'J ove HE' their Democratic brethren. Colli'1' HEv results will be found on another pug H Details of the local vote follow; Rf For I'nlted Status Senator, Jame Hp II. Moyle (I)) -IDS, Heed Hmoot (H HE -t'Jl, J. F. Parsons (S) 3G. 1 ' Fo' Representative In CoiiKress Hj&' James II. Mays (I)) 481, 12, U. Loath Bp erwood (H) Gl)7, A. II. Koniiton (S' Ik H For Justloo of tho Supremo Court 7 Frnnk'H. Stephens (D) 477, W. M. Mo- M Cnrty (H) f.or,, Frank II. Scott (S Hi IH1 For Supt. of Public Instruction, I)r K Kphralm U. Uownus (I)) 483, A. C K Mathesou (It) Cut, Olivia Mcllugh (Si HB For Stato Senators, II. T. Heynoldg Mtti (I)) COS, Caleb Tanner (I)) 471, Hour) BB (lardner (It) 4i;r, J. II. Wootton (It) BB r.H, Jos. llrlnihnll (S) 3S, A. Douglnii B (s BB For State Hepreflciitntlvcs, Klchanl BB I). Wadlcy (I)) 4C9, W. I.. Openshnu Jt O) 470, C. M. lick (I)) 428, Hnbort K, W, McKoll (I t7C, Charles l.. Warn. Hff ' Ick'(R) G32, Samuel 12. Taylor (It) BjB C03, John W. Wing (It) G2C, I.. K. BB Stewart (It) 190, W. 12. Warner (S) BB 37, Harry Molael (S) 37, Jns Spenrei BE (S) 40, Henry W. Qeasu (S) 37. BBaj For Comity Commlaslouer, 4-year BH term, F. A. HuUli (I)) 474, James II HR (lardner (It) C03, Dan 11. White (Si BB 37. KB For County Commissioner, 2-yimt KB tonn, 1). X. Chrlsteuseu (I)) C3'.', J JStW I'- IlrliiKhurst (It) 443, l.uthor Christ- wjm mas (S) 3S. ' VF For County Clork, A. V. Hoblson Iggy ( 487, 12. T. Ialfreymiin (U) 496. K 12, N. Jordan (S) 37. BB For County Treasurer, Hoyal T BE I Illicit (I)) 479, I.. I.. Nelson (It) 499 BE It. J. Mcrrl'l (S) 39. I BB For County Sheriff. Henry Hast (I)) 5fll 407, Marlon Clinker (It) B12, Olnu H T. Wood (S) 30. BH For County Hccordrr. (leorget Am fl (I)) 472, l,lo)d Johnson (It) 609, Mr BB ' Sadie Trlunamnii (S) 87. iB For County Attorney. Cram C. H.-n & toy (I)) 4R2, OeorKe I'. I'arkur (It) K C24, 1). F. Hon (S) 37. Hfi For County Surveyor. C. Murray Hk Twelves (I)) 472, John It. Stewart (It) HI .11 1, John HuverldKo (S) 37. HB For County Assessor, (leo. 1'. Onvtt Hi (O) 477, Hyrum It. Chrlstonaon (It) Hj r.01, A. I. 1'orter (S) 37. Ha For County Supt. of Schopln, JamoH Hi II. Walker (I)) 140, J. I. Creor (It) Hi C29, O. C. Day (S) 37. HB For l'reuluct Justice of the Pence Hn Win. Hunter (D) 450, C.oorKe F. Shwl- HM ley. (.JO M2. Hd i For Precinct ConstHblu, ShihuI HB Dean (D) 442, Win 10. Duncan (ft) HB I Her Suffering Ended K . After n Year of SuuYrliur ,Mr. Calh. HV nine Siij.'er Coes to Hit HK lletturd. HrV Destth name to Mrs, C'Milteilne &g- HLi era on Saturdsy innrnliiK, utter a Hf year of suffering with it dioelcl Hr' fectlou. A llttlw more tlmn u ymr go HL sho uiidwrwuiit hii nitration In the HF Salt liku hMpltal, but ban ner Hw qnttii reovred. and )imh1 from H, oMrth at 11:14 Saturday morulng Hrf CatbHiM Slnslt wa bora In K Aiiiarli'Mn Irk. In 1ST. awl Ua Imnhi Hk h ifcUtUMit uf Utah wwuiy all f HS liru. Shu was warri) to llurr Sag- H rs Hud Is (! mirthar ( itn tall. K' Uroii; Hvtt sf wlwm; tliro duura K ainl two whs, biirvlva Iwr. Mi aiie fwnsral rrlei look iiIm an HP ywdy afternoou from lh first w.ird 'i ')! i'"i ! i'rtdl o ! ' , t ) were III attendance The opening player was offered by Alma Green wood, the speakers for the occasion were Drolliers Wootton, Crcer nnd Greenwood, and tho First Ward choir offered some excellent musical selec tions. .Inmes II Martin and daughter rend ered .as a duet the beautiful poem, Tniinswcrcd," and J II. Davis sang as u solo, "Ueautlful Isle of Some where." The benediction was pro nounced by Hlshop J H. Storrs, nnd he grae was dedicated by Urotlicr Hnblnsoii. JOHN II. MOOTTOV Ji hu II ottoii, liiulliiK American Folk il'l' ii, wli) was tarried to vic tory liditit on the crest of the wave which engulfed tin Democrats of I'tnli County. .Mr. Woottun has had much experience as a law uinker. Ills ellleleut work, knowledge of men and well known ability as a parllmenttir Inn may elect him president of the senate, to which he was elected last Tuesday Mineral Flat Mine Reports Good Strike l.i'sier" of Old Knight Proper!) Mu) lime Opened Ore Hod) M'tilrh " Un cle ,Icm'h Spent TIioiiowiiN Tr)liiK lo I'lml. (leorge Tylsr catuu down from Am ei lean Folk canyon early In tho week and reports a strlko In the old Miner, al Flat property that may mean the placing of this once promising pro pi rty In the dividend list, at any rate the lessees, Messrs Habbu mid Dun ultds, are now taking out an exceed ingly lino grade of lead carbonate ortt that runs us high as 1C0 ounces In silver, some gold and about 40 per ct nt lead, Nick lvurson, the vet era n canyon wiw mill limn mid ore hauler, has contracted to haul the ore ta Amarluuii Fork, where It will b wtorwl awaiting a rlso In tho metals. Tuoae ho liavn suu the strike say there la twentyjuehoa of It, and that the way It la opening up, the indlcu tloiia are that It will dsvulop Into u Hood alied body. When Mr. Tyler saw It, the men hud struck It but a day uud a liulf Uforo; but had already lak-n out ubout 10 sacks. The oro Is found In what Is known as the Ilroad lieut or middle tunnel, whore It Inter cept the old Missouri fissure about lo feet from tho trials, and Is about Sou feet from the surface, directly un der where the tine ore wub found ou the aurfacu which caused the exten slve development work, hoping to en counter It at depth. It uppeura that Meesrs Habbe and Daniels have been prospecting the Mineral Klat prajwrty ou H lease for the past three years. Thoy hae de voted ihedr euervlea largely to earcliltij for ore In the tunnel 310 feet deeper than the liroailbent tun nel. Several years mro considerable Ihc ore was taken out of the upper tunnel, and a few ilays ho h ocenred to tbem that tho hanging wall of the line ore ulKbt be the caslti of an other ore body. Accepting this theory, Oays aio, they put a round of httlea Into the wall which prou-d u Ue nly a lime bar. and the rt shot dlKlosed the ore. If the HtfW ml develops iH'rmanenty tho leasees will pi sh the lower tunnel In goo feet fur ther. ttbk-b will iben Kite then a depth f 5o.i feei p stoaihK irouud. OUeia who bate the trk my that t it 4eelop4i,c , pnmU luwly and aill orubaLly wean a lot but lo the lutty rae as ,e M lo lb wany siotknoMera who bate form of Irtob 4il Ne Wild eane 4oWB trm lut'l.m.i t..i,.!Mi ,.i ,,,,, , lh i of tho recent strike In the Mineral FInt property. Mrs. M. J. Stewart enme down from Salt I.ako City Monday, and wont up the canyon to Inspect the Stowart mine, in which sho Is tho principal owner, nnd In which wc roportcd a strlko Inst week. Her son, Claud, enmc down from tho mlno Tuesday nnd confirms what wns said about tho property In the article, and says that it continues to Improve as work de? VC'lopB. n Arrangements Progressing For Fall Festival DetnlU aro rapidly being formed Into shape for the Autumn Festlvnl which Is scheduled for Thanksgiving week It promises to be tho biggest affair of Its kind over undertaken here The object Is to rnlse funds to meet the assessment levied on the four wnrds of American Fork to finish paying off the Stnko Tabernacle debt. If sufUclcnt funds ure raised In thla milliner there will be no assessment let led and nt the same time the peo ple will hnvo enjoyed the biggest week of fun and amusement In their lives The various committees are com posed as follows: , Chnlrriiun, Alma Greenwood: Ell Jab Cutler, Secretary, Pearl Ilezzant, Assistant Secrctnry and Trensurer; Kit J Clayson, Vice Chairman, Gen eral Amusement, with J. H. Scaly, Annie C. Hlndley, Kmmn C. Smith, Henjnmln Fuletnr, Hnznar, with Irv ing I.. Pratt, Sadie Hroniley, HU R Hawkins, Lucy Ambroso, Ilenjainln .Moffat, George and Lilly Vnrney, Jns, and Hose Yarney, soliciting, Mel II an Holey and Mary Anderson ThuukBgivliig dinner, with Jed Green wood. Hoan Wild, W. T. Smith, lloy Greenwood, Mrs. W R. Hohlnson, Corn Chndwlck, Nell Hows, Ed Den nett, soliciting. Committee on Festival Queen, Pearl Ilezzant, Chnrlmnu, with Clifford Voting, Elmer Chlpmnti, John Fir tango. Daytime Amusement and Mercan tile Collections, Thomas Prlday chnlr-' man, with Virgil Qroo; John Hunter, Thomas Hroadbunt, Kllshn Holey, Ja cob Greenwood. Agriculture, W. II. Chlpmnn, chnlr tnan, with I. rife Parker, Hans Christ, ensen, Cnrl At)dcrson, Thomas Cod dlngton. Advertising,, Elijah Cutler, chair man, with Hyrum Hlnckhurst nnd John lloblnson. Solicitors, Fourth Ward, Sinn Green, wood, Mrs. Thomas Coddlngton, Tlios. HInus, Grace Goatcs, Ileber llnnion, Graco Harrctt, Second Ward, Sarah J. Drown, Hel en Adantson, Fannie Shipley, Ncttlo Miller, Emillne Sjkos, IIiiiib Christ ensen, F. T. linker, Jos NIcIioIob, Isaac Wagstaff, F. W Chlpmnn, Win. Chlpmnn. .Htiznnr Sowing. First Ward, Mrs Hose Edmonds, Smile Gurdnor, Uurn Culler, Mrs, Anderson, Mrs. Mar Clayson, Mrs. Mozollo Mlsencr, Mrs Myrtle Seastrand and Lola Jonsuii. ,8ccond ward, MrB. Hen Halllday, l.lbby Groeu, Mrs. Hono Vance, Mrs. E. Preston, Mrs. Jumes Jlrown, Mrs, Kllrn Adnmson, Miss Nettle Miller, Fannie Shipley and Eliza Iluakwnl ter. Third Ward, Mrs Smile Hromlry, Mrs. Phoebe Attorns, Syhla Shipley, Ada Wilcox, Mrs. W Dovoy, Jane Crooks, Mrs. Jesse Walker, Mrs. Mur shall, l.ucy Ambroso, Kate Hutehlngs Fourth Ward. Mrs. Kmnm Ashton, Mrs. Uiurn Dunkluy, Miss Clarn Woot. ton, May Greenwood nnd Mrs. Nell Wootton. The above named constitute the dif ferent committees, and from all re IKirts uud Judging from the executive ability of Hum nameil, wo can safely predict that the undertaking will be a rousing success from beginning t0 end, and we hate no doubt thut rter man, woman and child In our city will help this most worthy cause along When Hie solicitors arrive at our places of buelnes,: and homes, they are sure to receive substantial as slstauce. Twos entered uto-ilatt for Queen are Iona Chrk, l.laa lllmlley. Mar liaret Hlaehhurst, kIvr Chlpman. Myrtle Holey. Myrtle Klag. .iu Drown. Dorothy C'blpwan. Surah pBr fcer. Arvllla Christonsa,,, or( (.,,,p. m-u. Maaella gtorra, Itertba Haa-n. Nellte liuekwiilier. Itava Metk. luiu Chip. AlU lleak. wHh cue tho,,. sawi votea w.rb; Wh aoiclia nonliMe betug ajvoo one tbouaand - to kolH wtob via pan, r, " Hi for W other eaMWa. "at war be ohwi. be given b all dr,. ,lor,.B .,), "'Iv mr. .,,! , ,, , ,il!i( i Prizes Given Away by CHIPMAN MERC. COT Commencing Monday Nov. 9th. See Our Four Page Bills For Particulars. 0m- Bi'uutilul Mnlioonv Finished Ono Liu'ko, Iliindsono, Lifo Size Kuw- " lllnrd" Piano, well worth $350. This pit? Doll and Dress (You oujjlit to see r piano i of excellent quality nnd was the eyes bu'ntf out when it is shown purchased iroin the Carstensen and An- $10. .son iMiibio eoin)anv of Salt ljnko City, , rn rM . on 74 South Alain Street, between South u 100 i)ouiidBTTvo 50 pound BnKs Star 'It'.nple and First South Streets. Brand Flour (No better made) -$2.50. I One splendid Six Hole Foster Steel 500 pound- Best Spring Cnnon Coal Jfaiitfe, Heservoir ami Wanning Oven. delivered (Jessie Knight's coal.) Jliis inline is fully Ktiaranteed and will lx . ., , .. r . .,, . . lf, t make u u.selul article to adorn the home One pnir iMen's ''Just nKd" Shoes ..s)jQi lit guaranteed $4.50. One Hound Trip Ticket to the Pana- One pair Ladies "E. P. Iieed" Shoes, ma Exposition in 1915, or you ean draw fit unrantoed $4. $M in merchandise instead $30. rn ..,. . . T1 ,, ., H , , Ten Rolls Beautiful Wall Paper, Ceil- One 500 AlileHc Book, Orem luterur- Uz and Boaitler to match $5. ban Railway, Free This ticket will be . Kood for any member of the family on One Silk Waist i'or Lady, from Bar- I either of the passenger ear,s. $11.25. Rnin Basement $3.50. One Clentlemnn's Gold Wnteh, Kunr- One Safety Razor complete, latest im- I uiili'cd (ICither Mkui or Waltham proved, 7 blades. make $15. .. i r ! 1 1 if i i i i One music box that plays dainlv inn One Ladies Hold Watch, guaranteed sic - -(I'jIk'ui or W'nltham make) $25. ' One Metal Stnntl Oasoline Lamp with n,0 '!!,fu' raoii Corsets, Bnigain Sl.ade-(This lamp wives a liKht equal Basement. to an electric nnd is absolutely safe 0ne Keiitl..man's Bath Kobe Warm 12 and handy. . A number of other small prizes iven nwav the iiilil of the drawing, .Ian. 2nd. I in City Hall. Everybody Invited. Chipman Mercantile Co. I AMERICAN FORK, UTAH. I onch ticket, Irom now until tho close of the coutcil, nml oto will bej on Hiile nt nil the- Htorea. Ilullot Ijoxub will bo pliiced in convenient plnct-a In tho vnrloua bimltieaa Iioiihoh. Anyono In entliM to nomlnntv nny onc whom he or li wlahei for Queen. THI1:f Hl'dUHIZKIl STOKK On Monday, sometlmo elurliiK the "iKht, u thief entoreel tho promlios of the Hoynl Tnllorlng compnny, up poHeilly throiiKh ono of tho renr wlu tlows, Ho helped hlmaolf to n liberal fiiipply of Jowelry, lenvltiB tho boxes nnd wmppliiR Just outsldo the (It-H dow; It In believed he nlio apprcpM ntcd n uult or clothes from thtde&H lug nnd pressing department TVH pollco woro notified mid are bc working on thu caae, nlthosik tiH arrests huvo been mndc H Mother Dresses Baby I But We Dress Dad I Wi M Dressing of the "dads' ml ii; " mfi this community is often al mmeWwM PPra problem. There are manyi Wmwim of dads-big && lMlWSm litt,e dads ld dds yi,nl L Mfiw Prospective dads-in Ml CVWmlm about every kind off " milmSwrl dad yu could think of ns J5 Sti ; MB Tm B"t we dress them all, W"! v.'aWM fej cause wc have the asson'B l -yKaffiJt J ment of cloth and style lit any kind of (igure or purse Royal Tailoring & Gents'" Furnishing Co. I .JSLJ American