rz 00H fj' SPANISH FORK, UTAH, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY VOL. V. NO. :i. with irfect ' HARRY HUGHES 'Rsfi.Wall 2 blks west Co-o- Paper UTAH - if", LAUNCHED BV CQNEERENCE p. SPANISH PORK, ir AMERICA MOVEMENT PAINTER ft PAPERHANGER , Hr S:E - tC. rK. HANSEN, D.D.S. "See Europe if You Mutt, But 8ee America First," la the 8logan of the Delegates to the Salt Lake DENTISTRT Salt Lake City. At 11 oclock Friday, January 26, the 200 men assembled in the armory In the Commercial club building were called to order by the chairman, Heber M. Wells, and the "See America First" NOTARY PUBlelC A convention became a reality. On the . platform were seated, In addition to . ! A l r rtgated Farm low Interest special op-- Chairman Wells, Governor George E. tlons o( partial payments. Chamberlain of Oregon, Governor p. e at resldenee, one block east of C. John Cutler of and Judge O. Utah ethit, Utah. Spanish Fobk, W. Powers, who represented Mayor table. zz Ezra Thompson and welcomed the visir fit ' itors on behalf of Salt Luke City. In opening the conference, C. Sper and better than ever are Wells set forth the alms and objects of the See America First movement g turned out at ! in a brief and pleasing address. The results hoped to be achieved by 1 at the conference might be expressed In , Benjamin. i select white $0.60 the following language of - $5 and 5.60 Wells: imon "Speaking personally, I have never uniformity in select brick that to Europe. But 1 have bathed aot be obtained south of P rovo. been in the buoyant waters of both the Atoce; lantic and the Pacific, have gazed through southern mists out upon the JEX-FLORI- ST Gulf of Mexico and have traversed the great lakes and the Thousand Islocca-all Flowers t' for .tab I u supplied , I have I. Funeral designs kept on hand ands of the St. Lawrence. heard the great Niagara roar and " J filled to order. have stood upon the brink !! kinds of Furniture Repaired. of the Grand canyon of the Colorado C '.dence two blocks North of Foundry amid that death-lik- e stillness of nature described by Mark Twain as "so SOI Spanish Fork, Utah still yon can hear the microbes knaw." 1 have stalked elk In Jackson's hole and caught fish In the Yellowstone Mercantile Go. river and boiled them hard by in a geyser without taking them off the DEALERS IN i I have floated In the briny surro C3ERAL . MERCHANDISE 4 DRY GOODS, hook. face of the Great Salt lake and shot the chutes on Sutro Heights. I have i Three Blocks East of City Square. looped the loop on Coney Island and inaj breathed the fragrant sighs of orange t 'ILLY JAMESON, southern California. I have Manager. groves in in the humid atmosphere of perspired the Mississippi valley, and thrown powballs at the altitudes of Pike's iwenf -peak. I have gazed In rapt wonder at ur. the mighty Missouri rolling down to the sea and have visited the great northwest where rolls the Oregon building, Usln street. Open Short Line. Yet I am .not ready for r. , f- 'Jo In Msrtall y dsy from 10 a m. nil 3 p. m. Workman- - Europe. Late .... t and material guaranteed a trip to New York some years U AND OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHER agoUpon I became acquainted with a man SPAtllSH rOBK, UTAH ..... from Albany a young druggist who had acquired a competency and was 1 1. W. E. WARNER, setting off on a vacation. 1 asked him where he was going, and wreathed In ecstatic smiles be blurted the one Offloe opd Besidenqg Jul I asked him If he word "Europe. ooHth of City Iquare. had ever visited a place called Niagara Utah, Falls, which lay a hundred or two tohferk, miles to the west of him, and he said: "Its nothing but a lot of water." "Now, gentlemen, I submit that that C. T. Is the type of fellow we are after. If we can spread the gospel of "See Offloe at America First so that some of these 1 CR8BR BlILDINO. easterners who now spend their good American money at Monte Carlo can r t Ball. answered paalsh Fork, be Induced to come up and take highUtah. v er ground and visit some of the t Jamaa Kobertsoo's. of their borne towns I feel suburbs A that our mission will not have been in Office in New Bank Building Fork Spanish iMUEL CORNABY Money Loaned ' . Co-o- ' ; t;! )0 i.i IIAND BROS. lid. t spell-boun- iai! Jandic d ... J m G. O. EIRIKSSON, T JRTRAIT ARTIST - . LX . , KENDALL, B. MORGAN. vain. 9 ATTORNEY-AT-LA- provo 'jb Bunaiig C Tipbm ti x SAXEY, ATTORNBY-AT-LA- Conveyancer and Notary Publlo. Office Over Bank of Apualsh Fork. alalt Pork, C. Utah. SITING MACHINE. ROLLER BEARINQL HIGH GJtADI. t ( I 3 V(M 7 ( t : by buying thtf reliable, hooeL high grade sew ing machine. STRONGEST GUARANTEE. itional Sewing Machine Co SAN rRANCISCO. CAL. ' FACTORY AT BCLVIDLRB. IU. An address of welcome was made by Judge O. W. Powers, while Governor Chamberlain of Oregon mado an address in support of the "See America First movement. ' At the afternoon session the officers were selected and the work for The of the convention outlined: ficers selected were: Fisher Harris of Salt Lake City as permanent chairas man, and permanent follows: Judge J. H. Richards, Boise, Ida.; J. A. Runyon, Kansas City, Mo.; L. W. Pratt, Tacoma, Wash.; W. F. R. Mills, Denver, Colo.; II. M. CaVe, Portland, Ore.; J. K. Persons, Duluth, Minn.; C. EL Edwards, San Francisco, Ca!.; T. J. Ncrny, Butte, Mont. E. J. Westlake of Minneapolis, permanent secretary; James A. Metcalf of Missoula, Mont., first assistant secretary; J. A. Runyon of Kansas City, assistant Mo., second secretary; George A. Cordon of Rigby, Ida., vice-chairm- Salt Lake Is Headquarters. of the A permanent organization "Bee America League," composed of the representatives of western states, municipalities and commercial bodies, was completed Friday afternoon by the election of an executive commutes. Fiaher 8. Harris, secretary of the Salt Lake Commercial club, was made secretary, and In a general way he will have charge of the,See America campaign. Salt Lake was made the temporary headquarters of ths league. The executive committee Is empowered to change the permanent location of the headquarters, but In view of the fact that s Balt Lake man is ths sxecutlvs head of the association, It Is probable that the permanent headquarters will be located In Zion, where the "8ee America First Idea originated. The executive committee Is composed of the following; David Starr Jordan, president Lelsnd Stanford, Jr, university, Palo Alto, Cal.; Rob- - Entered Feb. 21, 1902, ea aecond-clas- a matter, Post office Bpanlah Fork, Utah. Act of Congreaa March t, 1B7. 1, 190G, ert Lt McCtTmlck, secretary Weyerhaeuser Timber syndicate, Tacoma. Wash.; T. B. Walker, banker and at I HHHDBMMMUMUMUMHMRUIiiiuuiimuu.hu. I I. CITY DRUG STORE J. business man, Minneapolis, Minn.; ! David R. Francis, St. Louis, Mo., forUNO. BANKS. mer secretary of the Interior and forj mer president of the Louisiana Purchase exposition; Irving Howberf; I banker and business man, Colorado 1 1 1 1 1 C. Nathan Schafer, Springs, Colo.; Harrisburg, Pa., president of the Naj! tional Educational association. j The executive committee will have Aged Monarch Retires After general charge of the "See America a First campaign. It will map out the an Audience and Giving PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED IY EXPERIENCED PHARMACISTS. publicity plan; will select a seventh Peacefully Expires- member; will select Its own officers, wwitwnnnrffmiwnitwnmimmniTwmHmnHWffmHmnnHwimmniHimTmB I and except the executive secretary, will dictate the policy of the entire movement. In selecting the committee especial pains were taken to Family at the Bedside When the End tM it choose men of national reputation, Came. Prince Frederick, the Eldest who are not Involved In politics or in Throne. to Will 8ucceed the 8on, Greatest Insurance Agency the railroad business. Prop. PURB AND tip DRUGS Salt Lake City. Actual work was Inaugurated Saturday by the See America league. The last session of the conference was held In the card room of the Commercial club to discuss the ways and means of financing the organization. Complete success attended this important part of the work. It waa voted to raise an emergency fund of $2,500 to pay the expenses of the organization until after the executive committee meets and block out the permanent working A goodly plans of the organization. part of the $2,500 was subscribed on the ground. Big men are being discussed for the President presidency of the league. MEDICINES Copenhagen. The king of DenTIME TABLE mark died at 3:30 Monday afternoon. PhooaSSR. The kings death was quite sudden. 411 8. Aoadamy Art. Arrival tad departure tf traits tna DapeSt Although for some time past he had Ne.f-F- Url MslAkt UTAH. showed evidences that the weight of PROVO, was) ...Sidle atlsUkt Ft. I his years was beginning to tell upon him, there was no indication of his aad till Ft. approaching end. His majesty gave Independent Insurance Agency. SiFtss rerOHg long audiences Monday morning, lastOscaaoUans mad. taOtSea Ualee StttS MlMikMarPMldt afterluncheon hours. At three luOrRHlMtl ing lwtlot wards the king showed signs of great omaa choice of fatigue, and almost collapsed. Phys- Firs. Ills, Accident, Hsalth and Flats Glass FAST THI3UC1 HiKS D1ILT icians were hastily summoned, but they were unable to rally the aged AND THRE1 DISTINCT 8C8NI0 BOOTHS monarchs strength and, at 3:30 p. m., WRITS US POR RATIS, Theodore Roosevelt has been sug- he died In his bed room, to which he without abtaf. . gested to be named at the close of his had retired. The Crown Prince FredChair Ctn; Ptrtthy t Ftm Rtollslns Lead In Yaari. tbs la Twenty It a partaal DthtS Ur Sw4 loottA presidential term of office. the Crown Princess Louisa, and erick, Viet. thought that with his tremendous the children, and the emdowager Far rataa, foia.r, ata , taoalra of prestige, especially In the west, he CLAUD MOWN, Tlokal AfMt would give the league an impetus that press of Russia. Marie Dagmar, were L A. BENTON. arwrlta at bedside when he the king's present success. mean would certain O. A. F. D Sail Lako die. William J. Bryan has also been sug- passed away. news was of death The the king's gested as the head of the league. conveyed to the Danish lower house, which Immediately suspended Its sitThirteen States Send Delegates. 2) tings. delSalt Lake City. Seventy-sevePrince Frederick, the eldest son of egates representing thlrteeu states the late King Christian, who succeeds and one province of British Columbia to the throne, was born June 3. 1843, and was married July 28, 1869, to are la attendance upon the "See Princess Louisa, daughter of King addiIn America First conference, Charles XV of Sweden and Norway. AFO The late King Christian's eldest tion to the representatives of sixteen railroads. The representation by the daughter Is Queen Alexandra of England, and his second son. Prince Wilstates Is as follows: liam, was elected king of Greece,, un'noss No. 1L Utah, 18; Colorado, 14; Missouri, t: der the title it George I. In 1803. Bpaaiah Fork, Washington, !; Montana, 3; Idaho, 18; Another daughter of the late King Minnesota, 2; California, 6; Oregon, Christian, Marie Dagmar, Is the dow1; ager empress of Russia, Maria 4; Wyoming. 1; Pennsylvania, Hay Iowa, 2; New York, 1; British Columwho married Alexander 1(1 ' bia, 1. of Russia. He died November 1, Tho railroads represented at the 1894, and his son Nicholas Is now emCOMPLETE LINE 07 the conference might be experienced peror of Russia. Co-Operatconference were the Denver & Rio ive Grande; Colorado ft Southern: Illi- 8TOCK GROWERS CONSOLIDATE. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS nois Central; Chicago, Burlington ft Quincy; Santa Fe; Erie; Rock IslAssociaof Two Great and; Canadian Pacific; Colorado Mid- Amalgamation tions Decided Upon. land; San Pedro, Los Angeles ft Salt Lake; Oregon Railway ft Navigation Denver. All the details for consolicompany; Pacific ft Idaho Northern; National Livestock assoDaalsrs la Southern Pacific; Missouri Paclflo dating the Cattle SPANISH FORK MEAT C0MPT ciation and the American and Salt Lake and Ogden. Growers association, even to the seDIALER IF PACIFICATION OF THE BALTIO. lection of a name for the new organAND CUBED FRESH MEATS ' ization, were agreed upon Monday Revoand Hundred Two Fifty Nearly F1HCY AND STAPLE CROCERIEI night ata meeting of representatives lutionists Shot and Many Arrested. at two held the of the associations HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR Wender. Livonia. The pacification Brown Palace hotel. The name deand filDES NO PEUT3. of the Baltic provinces Is reaching the cided upon Is the American National of ttaaafaotnrors final stage so far as the agrarlao Livestock association. meetThe outlined at the joint plan movoment Is concerned. Nearly 250 of the executive committees of the revolutionists have been shot, several ing held In this city In hundred arrested and five thousand two associations October of last year was ratified and rifles have been captured. and and additional changes In the constitution Melnhardt General Orloff, ES, s ot blook north were Om Bank, agreed to, the ImportWendt are now operating In the Wen- and join r-Jffiupl Is which ant of the future representacom10.000 troops, a Ctsk. der district with Caalsfc Utah. Perk. and the tion conventions at arrangerevolupleting a circle In which the The ments to admit associations, state and tionists are being gathered. lead- otherwise, to membership in the body. generals have the names of the be Under the new plan of representation will who revolutionists ers of the will be allowed, only deletried by court martial when caught no proxies at and either shot or Imprisoned. The gates who present themselves allowed to vote. being executed meetings of those already majority were Lettish teachers of students. TRIES TO 8HOOT MINISTER. until you receive and approve of your bloyole. Brokers Must Pay Taxes. Denmark Official Grapples With and New York. Tho constitutionality of Disarms Aasaitant New of law the stock transfer tax ' An attempt to shoot decia Copenhagen. affirmed Friday by York was with Coaster Brakes end Punctureless Tires. sion of the appellate division of the M. Alberti, the minister of Justice, anwas frustrated by the bravery of the supreme court. About $5,000,000 revnual taxes are added to the state minister, who grappled with his asd usual Any malt or modil you won! at enues by the decision. The case de- sailant and wrested the revolver and best standard Choice ot tires any pries. cided was a test action, brought from him before it could be disequl pment on all our blcy olea. M rongut guaranty. against Albert Hatch, a stock broker, charged. O. .to any We SHIP ON APPROVAL aold with was having who charged The ministers assailant, who wa4 ie trithovi a tent deposit and allow 10 DAYS and delivered shares of railroad stock promptly arrested, was a former InREE TRIAL fore purchase U binding. without paying tho tax required by surance agent named Boye, who bad this law. BOO Socond Hand Whoola been sentenced to a term of Imprisonto ment In for of his proExciteburglary, to spite tissaa a. now......... Irish Nationalist 8uccumbt m.kH and modolA .T... .ji was Innocent Boye onr tests for rMOTOmr a that he hava wrUt.n until IV you If ft nTI DU I blrjol. amo ment of Campaign. UU IIU orren. lira., rrttt called at the ministry Monday and FAcfg tn our aaulaiatat, au.Srlaa and sportlns rood, of all klnda at baif rosular crii-London. Thomas Illggtns, Irish Na- drew a revolver Immediately he had bl baa lundr) Catalogua. Contain, a world ot useful Information. Writ, for It, tionalist, who on Thursday success- been admitted to the presence of the fully contested North Galway against minister. F'rlcnds of the prisoner say he had POriCTURE-PROOCol. John Philip Nolun, IriHh National-Ihwas found dead In bed at his hotel become mentally unbalanced by his The tragic occur- alleged wrongful Imprisonment. at Tuam Friday. Rogul prloo $8.50 per pair. rence Is attributed to the excitement To tntroduoo Knocked Down and of Thursdays polling acting on a weak wo was will Soli one of the heart Mr. Higgins Out by Officers. most militant Nationalists In the west Peoria, 111. After holding a large of Ireland and hnd many conflicts a!1 number of police officers at bay all with the police. Only ITou?hi night, Charles Harwood, a former poK0 VOX! TROUBLE from PUNCTURE! liceman and Insane, was captured Judge Abolishes Use of Bible. RIDING, ITR0NQ. Resnlt of 18 year experience In tire making. New York. Justice John M. Tier-ne- Monday morning. At the city hall Ho Omnnof CAOTUS, THORHS, front SELF HEALING DURABLE, of a municipal court In ths Harwood demanded that all the poGLASS, Ber loue TAQK8 licemen walk ahead of him into a HNS, MAILS, FULLY COVERED by PATENTS puneturea, like Intentional knife oute, Ota be hronx, has abolished the use of the back room, and aa Sergeant Welch BEWARE IMITATIONS OF like other tire. vulcanised any a his court. blble in his Explaining and Officer Couch passed close to him uwJ end toe Otial tlon, he said: "I have removed the they wielded their billies with good elK Goeeter-Br- e btble from use In my court. It wai effect, eoUoe the thick knocking Harwood down and a desecration to use It there. Lying out before he could fire a shot miAViLUmonths of witnesses from the words After being disarmed he begged the .-- (S We win allow a lSfaaawaf of If (thereby making tha prlct (4 M per pair) If rot made Its use a mockery, a travesty; officers for pend Ml aesk mint ardaei Urea to be ralarnad al out aspauaa If not aatlafaotorr of and asked not them mercy I now swear or affirm a witness with 4r . taamlnaalou, to use him roughly. He threatens to uplifting hand, but It really has no kill Captain Wilson as soon as he CYCLE significance to my mind. gets out fur betraying him. W. H. RAY, R ..INSURANCE.. fSEsrEs: Jox bumbor Company. B. H. BROWN, blVOP n LUKE? Buildingilatflrial. a, & PrcltiM. 6sll:il ..PAINTS.. -- Food Stobloi Hack Meets all Trdno Spanish Fork Institution, Qeneral Merchandise, Flour, Grain Produce. Lorenzo thomas Harness, Boots mnroimi O Shoes. pUltkMt RIDER AGENTS WANTED Jo Money Roeiuirod Trli QW to Q24 CS SMKESlSi 07 to 012 Ten Days Frco SS.s ont-thir- d rd F L S3 trial TIRES $0 a, 'US tf 7C ill zJLx. Pair for or - LEAD CO., Dopt. J.L.MGIII0AQ0. ILL.