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News i:.'.-.... VOL. 1 PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH, f RIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1910. WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION SERVICE. NO. 11 IETS a wy day -: "" " ""' " : ai r : - ' - ' - , . . , . I I . I w w. wiwsaaiaaw, ws - V 1 BBS SI S a BI W W 1 1 U u i un y n nn viii i in. u mr i . -ihA. .AA.. ... - - w . w . - . . n ui II 1 1 i i ii i iiii-iii-iiii"iiniiij . r - - -4 uniiiit-Hiiiiii r iifi-iirni'Ti km. i n n mi n-riiT r i r imw rn nuuui uuunu uh m uiuuuui n a Uh h A Yrn PFnm c nniipr qcutchpc u ii II I. ,11 uii y I -a., .-fall I fa ii . I LUI U. , UUUIII .. I; UUII I LIIUL Ftdng Dangerous Evidence In Forjery C-ascrHe Convinces Insanity Board That He Is . t. ---- raented, And Goes To State Menti Hospital Instead Of nitentiary.l (Special to tht News from Provo.) Prank Hamilton ha been committed commit-ted to tht Stat Mental hospital, .but la ho rtally IneaneT Hamilton was committed on hia own testimony by Judge Booth, pursuant to tha finding of a commission, sitting yesterday, but there la a strong belief In the minds ( of many that his testimony was given with a deliberate intent to secure the . commitment to tha asylum, rather ' than face the trial for forgery, which had. baan-aet-dow-fe-4edayr- The Bad Paper. Frank Hamilton, It will be remembered, remem-bered, is the man -who was arrested sere November 28, for issuing forged checks, one of which was cashed by the New York Clothing Co., which was victimised to the extent- of $25 In goods and money. " Another check, written by . Hamll- ton about the same time as the -One successfully passed on the clothing company, and which showed hla Intention In-tention to be a deliberate one,', was ' given the Smoot Drug Co.. in payment - Jor about 20 worth of goods, which ' .were nought, packed, but never de- - 11 vered.-because the character of the 'r -check was discovered In the mean r:sQme. 8Uli another check for a smaller small-er amount was offered a local aaloon, and the evidence . against Hamilton seemed overwhelming. Abused The Herald. Hamilton Is an attorney, however. and at the time of hla arraignment be demanded the statutory time for the entering of his clew.- and waa si lowed access to Judge booth's library '. In o-aer to facilitate the preparlng'of hla defense. Hla trial waa calendered for today, and It la the surmise- that , he. realizing the weakness of his case, and the strung cbancea for conviction. choae to convict himself of Insanity rather than face a trial for forgery. At the time of hla arraignment Ham ilton Inveighed bitterly against the ar ticle referring -to hla case, which had appeared In the HERALD, and shouted shout-ed that they were Ilea Rank Ingratitude.. Hamilton came to I'lab Immediately after the San Francisco disaster and It was not long before his method of - raising needed money by means of appending ap-pending other people name to bank checks got him into trouble and a aentence of five years In the penitentiary peni-tentiary overtook him. He served 18 months of this time and received his pardon at the band of the pardon board bo acted largely on the In terceasioo of pitying friend mho de plored the endlng of a man. 6) year of age, to the penal Institution. This act o kindness Hamilton repaid re-paid by forging the name of his benefactor, bene-factor, and at the time of hi arrest here wan Mill under, the ban of an ae p reaching trial for the second offense. Convinced the Commission. Before the Insanity commission sitting sit-ting In bis case yesterday, appeared Sheriff Judd and lepuiy Sheriff Al Hale. who testified that (hey had had the custody of Usmilton since he had I -en turned over to them by the city police, after his arrest, and that since the time he had recovered from what appeared to be the effect of a pro-kinged pro-kinged spree, they had been unable to detect any trace of Insanity in his behavior. Hamilton himsel', however, succeed ed In convincing the commission that his mnd Is unsound, and bis commitment commit-ment followed. JONES' DIVORCE CASE. The c of Jane F. Jones, agaiest Thotnaa II. Joo. for divorc. is before be-fore the district court ttls afternoon The t-lalatsff asked for a decree on (rounds of noa-aupfort. and the complaint com-plaint was answered by a crt s bill alleging desertion LEHI JUSTICE REVERSEO. The ustice court of Ifcl waa reversed) re-versed) here this afternoon la the district dis-trict court when a Jury returned a verdict of not guilt V Is the case of Lehl against A F Hecker aed Robert Ultra!. The ra waa one Is which tbe defe4a's td bees foaad gJ'l'V by the Jwt court trf Leal, for d' tvrtrfag Ike tec and d'gntty of that ttaaaoweJtm. the decision Vlcg broagtt here os appeal APPEAL CASE DECISION. The d strict eosrt here Uia after soon In the svsiter of the art! of the Prwo Besck Casal and Irrrtios Co, fcssded dws s es-tos gfvlag the a;tea p tv ssd Isclwdiag Marrh 21st. ts wswb t re&are, f asd serve s k'-TI of eirf:e Is thai srreal Ukes frws th defVs f the ' d'strVt cosrt rs tie es eerTed Ca. ! leb TwTwer v tfc proTW Bwh CasaJj asd IttT'.xm Ca TW rs. its bHfore the cwsrtaj fw srsrds d s fsr. aid !a4ve lt r!t f1 ;s. ad tile water trosi rw river , j TIHTIP PCIITDIll DC TUOnimU TDHIIIO Tflb B,"T BM" in i ii, iirii niu nr i niiiin i inui i fin iiiiiiu ulii iiim. iiL iiiiiuuuii uinmu iui SUM ES rally Directors Organize and Manager Issues Statement as to the Condition Prevailing (Special to the News from Provo.) At the meeting of the board of directors di-rectors of the Tintic Central Mining company yesterday, the board organized organ-ized with George M. Smoot, president; W. r. Giles, ylce-preentjMedLJi? Anderberg, secretary and treasurerfl Andrew N. Holdaway, general manager and B. H. Bullock, director. At the meeting there waa cohsid-erable cohsid-erable discusslon aa to the best method meth-od of getting power for the machinery at the mine. Several were in, avor of the company maintaining Its own plant, while othera believed It more economical to connect, up with the electric power company. It is declared that conditions at the mine continue to improve. There la bnt little water to bother work In the shaft, which la being puabed rapidly. Relative to conditions. Manager Hold away Issued the following statement mis morning: "Much Uoa and manganese is com Ing Into the abaft and the stuff that is being taken out la becoming more highly mineral lied each, day. While the lime formation has never been cut. It Lis the oplnlcn of tt-e manager that it Will be reached In. the next SO feet and that It will be the gray lime. The highly oxidized condition and the large amount of iron and manganese that is now being passed through Indicates Indi-cates that a large tone of mineral la near by. The manager believes that pay ore will be struck near the 6(H) loot level, whether it Is In lime or porphyry. This l the general rule In the district when conditions are tight and the conditions are right In the Tintic Central." OF VARIETY FI5H LaM Monday W 11 Marrott and some Heber friend took a fishing ex curslon out on the icy surface of Provo Pro-vo lake. 0er near the mouth ol I'rovo river. Ihey ran onto the Mad-sen Mad-sen seining outfit and since all was new to the Crovers they curiously leil to and helped make the haul ahlcb netted 2:oO pounds, consisting of carp, bass, herring, trout, suckers, mullet and f ' The fish ere sorted and the protected kind returned to Ihe water SOCIETY Mr and Mrm Clarence Gatnmft leave a family dinner party last Sun-d Sun-d The Third ward MIA baa planned a (asset party to be held Is the basement base-ment o the- tabernacle. January lth The Hoose iJrsmatic rlub is busy rehearticx Toaiksos Htre4 Maa" to r-jt oa under tbe auspice of the toasters' toast-ers' rlub of Pleasant Grove Wts LaoOe Harvey, Mr Gaanar Rasmuses and Mr EJeroy West spent aeday eveetcg with M' Mae Clark The rise tjsd merrily la kui'.c and geea A few fread afret at the note of FTed Rtcfeaa Saturday events, the oc-rao oc-rao betas to celebrate hi trtity first birthday Jifr was aerved to the gwta HVe Mslaal lirjftvssst aaaocts-tios aaaocts-tios of te Ttlrd ward ed PVwmH Grw win give a Wket Iwsrh aortal Svt dadav eves'ag ta tie TaV ersacle A yi',1 gtsod tlase la aatt f i' TVe V rh-fry Mrs Haas Has Ba M ct rated at er taa- ty a Ue ristr of relative ax 4 fress Teday rres'ig. A d:viow 9xff rvg. atr w l ads c' iiwrtnti eert e K?ed TRAVEL VIA Tinn niTir MID bill Discontinuance of Service Between Be-tween Salt Lake and Lynn-New Lynn-New Local Train Sehedule (Special to the Newa from Provo.) The through trains on the Salt Lake Route will .after the 16th of this month, be run via Provo. Thia la the announcement which waa made from able that thia rule will.be adopted for aome time to come. Tralna will run as far aa Barclay, Nev. One of the changes to be made in the operation of the new timetable, which goes Into effect on the Salt Lake Route January 16, will be the dlacon-tlnuance dlacon-tlnuance of aervlce on the main line between Salt Lake City and Lynn, the tralna making the through trip from Salt Lake to Barclay using the line via the Provo district. No. 1 west, which waa the Loa Angeles limited, will be replaced by a new train called No: 61, which will leave Salt Lake atl 8 p. m, carrying a mall, baggage, chair car, coach and sleeper, and running run-ning to Barclay by way of Provo. and Nepbi, arriving at Barclay at 1:32 p. m. Returning the train leaves Barclay Bar-clay at 4:46 p. m arriving at afilford at 10:30 p. m.a traveling by way pf Nephl and Provo, and. reaching 8alt Lake C.ty at 19 o clock a. tu. . Train No. 65 will leave Salt Lake at 4:10 p. m., and will run to Payson only, Instead of continuing on to Nephl, Ne-phl, Returning the train leaves Tay-son Tay-son at 8:54 a. m, arriving at Salt Lake at 12:30 p. m. No change will be made In trains Nos. 63 and 64 between this city and Nephl, nor In the service between Salt Lake, Garfield, Tooele and the. Tintic district, three trains dally being be-ing maintained to the Tintic country via t'uh-county points and two trains da!4r between Salt Lake City and Nephl. j ii CONVERTER" GLAY A VALUABLE E I Amy Coopvr. Knglish C I In the foothills of Pleasant Grow-there Grow-there Is a targe deposit tt a dark bluish substance known as "convert er" clay. It Is of value not .only o the ooers, but to the public as well, being the only mineral resource f th-town th-town Then. too. the Increasing de mand renders It Important from an Industrial standpoint When first noticed. It was thought that the clay led to a coal vein, .and much eiravating was done, but to no purpose. It la probable, therefore, that the clay might have remained un dereloped. had not smelter men discovered dis-covered Its adhesive properties whnh found its Immediate use as lining for converters, hence tta name, "converter "convert-er clay " Another use is predicted by It J a me K Talmage Is ' bis analyses here! s be commends It highly aa a fertlliier for worsout beet land The output at present goes t the smelter of Utah. Idaho. Nevada asd California, also to the w eaters sugar factofle It mrt t ern(y Bve cett per ton to lay It aboard the cars and the owners receive fl J or a set pre ft of seventy 6 rests per too With the preheat volsm of from otve to sis cars dai'y. tbe lncose amouata to tJifra to llet pr day The trass poelaJks to tbe raHroad also tar stshes ewplnymest to s Urge nsvV-r cw asew aje ieam iae two-sais Bawl la down km saakisg It sswsite tm each ts) to ears frooa t to ft S4 Pr day Tkss the etay has pecrre a ralssUe fHaft to the town A4e frrn veSottf the sstwrsl wealth t Ptew. aat Grove it frond ftoTatt for owr ctDt rrosa feat hsdvwticws the ewppy seeess to Iserhsssc k as-i tk intti Is tsrfss-sg. so li re e-very rw9 to erst g-eir v-opst Is Iks fatare Kalliday waa in Provo Wed- - B. R. neaday. ,: Councilman, Thorne waa in Provo yesterday -v ' " w 1 BorxwJanuary 5, a girl to Mrs. WaK lace Larjoa. t . The Steggel family are under scarlet scar-let fever quarantine. ' Will Howe of Provo spent Wednesday Wednes-day at Pleasant Grove. F. S. Humphries ia in Lark painting a 130.000 school building.. Marshal Smith has named as policeman police-man Peter Christiansen. John C. Nelson made a business trip to Provo Wednesday. meetings for a tew weeks. Mrs. W. -E. Clark and children spent Wednesday in American Fork. Ruth Lewis of Bandy is visiting with her sister, Mrs. C: E. Cooper. ' J "Mr. sod Mrs. Zobell and daughter of Provo, were In town Wednesday. Alex 'Adamson of Canada, waa a Pleasant Grove visitor Wednesday. vs Meaerg .dohn and Bert Oler were Americas fork visitors Wednesday. : ..: Mr. and Mrs. Wenneatrom are visiting vis-iting friends and relatives in Sandy. . ?a The David ScotU of Provo re gueats of Mr. and Mrs. C K. Thomas. 1 Mlas Edna Mc Master of Salt Lake City, Is tlit guest of Mrs. Jake Smith N. T. FnUifi. tree Inspector, reports tuat thsVVn plospect of s flue Xniit crop. Tbe etork left a fine baby boy at the borne of David West the first of the week. " Mrs. Irene Peay and Mrs. Ilyrum Carlson are visiting with relatives at Manning. Tbe.Jarge ditch near Mary Ander son's, overflowed and almost washed tbe barn away. s Mra. - Jake Smith relumed home Tuexday after having spent ten days in Salt Lake City. M Ikk Mary lltillork ia confined to t ( home from the effects of a sevrre sitae si-tae k of l.i grippe. Mixxe Kill tli StKK and Verda Hit ton ere American Fork visitors 8at- Milay and Sunday. Mr W H. Mason and children epetit Tims.!. iv and Wednesday In American Fork idling Mr Wood MUi Gladys Ricbins entertained a lew of Si-r girl friends at a birthday party Wednesday evening Charles J McOwen of Salt lake Is here takmg charge of the sale at J P. Ajdt ltte and Son s stor. " Mr injur ie time ui ephen Jeoson. Who received i rl"r Munt ,,,r ,""r d'' o' ,h-n ,h-n a runaway accident somej breaking of a pipe Tuedaj nijfl.t is able to be around again j hirh rioiNied fur carp.-ted nm in I Joseph K Thome's home 'Alfred Beriant, who had his leg hurt at "he sugar factory some time , i i-.w able to be back at work I rmn as In Salt ljke Wed ' it the Interests of the adver i mmittee of the Booster's j K K ned tlsmc cl.b Mr a: Id Amer count '-li-cta 1 Mr J B Miller have been an Fork several days on ac j the Illness of their daughter! ... I A forr. -T rewidest of IteSsant Grove! Mr !j era Wilson now manager of j a ho'il Manning. aa here vi!tr.g frten-U asd relatives last Wednesday ' ; Mrs I Harper, who has bc V.-rcao' .e'a faithful cashier asd bo -k j keeper ' -r ihe pt three years. Is to; retire '.' t busisesa and take up- feouk Nag. - - ' 1 rr W.-vtsnal and Cha Madaea o Iske ! are orgaatueg ssother rtb- tit fcusf to come c2 as soon the seal her moderates A'ter "sorrow sfgtl tt fUs V 1 jjiSTO WiI mw sui"at 111-D i .. ,kuas ., 1S "PsrMa 1 I i ar"lTBj a ad desrrwre of hrt tra as ts K''A. pbtiahed elsewhere IS the ; Aaros Hkrr asd Rotert M :caa. ho wer tsd ly Jsatlew Tar lor ot Lett last Aegms. seat hefuee the d trrt rcrt st f"roo tk'e wek Is st ar-pesJ the esse ssd rwcetvrd ss Tt Srwt uarte rv!ta of the IWrr rr so.esst ts tse versfs) e? W. It. Haste to ataxd-") fc so c tm-tm sr!h ta fsv-or c assk , PWaV Cfwve t I $-Xiit k 3 "reeve k-sf:w. . - Candy .BlinufacturerAppealsuStol From Horace From Decision of Lower Court Assessing $10 (Special to, the Newa from Provo.) The attention of Judge Booth's division divi-sion of the district court ta engaged this afternoon with the appeal case of George 8tartup, who declined to be satisfied with, the oecislon of the justice jus-tice court, rendered some two months ago, aasesslng him $10 for, shattering the ordinance which prohibits the riding rid-ing of bicycles on the eldewalk in the vicinity of the Procter academy. Mr. Startup was a candidate for tbe office of justice of the peace during dur-ing the recent election, and it waa during the heat of s somewhat torrid campaign that he waa arrested for a violation of the ordinance referred to. He characterised bis arrest at tbe time M a ple-oI.puUUcalsmus' tkn fir by the Independent party, and upon sentence to pay the ten pieces of silver, sil-ver, he appealed to the higher court. . Added Interest. The case also presents the feature of added Interest oMielhg prosecuted by City Attorney Robert Anderson, whose first appearance aa city attorney It ia. Attorney A. L Booth represents the defense and It Is supposed be will attack at-tack the constitutionality of the ordinance ordi-nance relating to bicycle riding on the pavements. Later: The Jury, shortly after 3 o'clock, o'-clock, having reviewed the evidence In the case, and listened to the arguments argu-ments of counsel, returned a verdict of not guilty, reversing the decision of the lower court. . The reason for the reversal was baaed upon the decision that the wording of the ordinance was vague and uncertain. ELECTRIC WIRE O Al ICPC PIPIT f3tVfvr- JJt - The neighbors of J. A. Nelson had a fire scare Wednesday night. The alarm was raised about 9 o'clock and when entering tbe bouse the roou.s were found to be full of smoke but the reat of the fire waa a mystery. Prof. Clare Newman climbed Into .he ,li and after crawling around (or .niu time In the blinding smoke, t,n- fcily found where a loose electric ne hd worn off the Insulation and v as ra,.idly eating Its say into the J.) : osrdH M'RAE PREACHES AT MANILLA l-iM Sunday alti-rnoon, Jipli A McKite, (ortlier president Ui the VVukl- em Stale !!ilKlun, sHike In the Ma nit.i urd, iil-i Alpine, at night He has met here a number of the missionaries mis-sionaries I10 labored l!li Inui and who are till zealous In their allegi ance to the (hitrrh Mr MtKae, with his laiitily, are no residents ol Inde pt-ndence. Mo Thome's Cafe. Aydelot'e's, o man's anil Councilman Thorne have le,n working the ancient water car j The NKWS Is In receipt of a com ' niu Mra! i..n from K tiiosn to the efTect tKat the rtrst Ward iun -lu. sturns the a'd of the Swoml ward and hereby sicclehaDded iro ii the cha! U-nse of the Third ward for a pire.n shoot at anj date or with any nuin I her t4 w a or ea.b to hwt a num ber of rnd LINDON. k-r t on the ik list A n W. tery ill at her home Mrs 'harks Went t very lil at Lr kne IWra to Mrs .e Shoe 11 aa ;-tid 00 Jasarj ii'h . Mrs Oih-' R th 1,-ft for Salt fjke C.ty Ve-Jtt47 n ra eg ... A t-r lby a?Tid Tid a' the ! fc k Mr b! Mrs ; H Sh.ei; ' . C J t" j taia sin te lft W'sday for Ne !! rexa'a s th.,n r tti s r ad fea 1 Salt Ijik Sre te ka bs for 1 t ! tic phywcalJy. tesvlcg w.1 tie leiav Mr asi Ms w J Clsacre '. w;ta le rilt Uat Crosfcy was ttasd s few 4 li'.r reiaUres 9.-s . '.:d doS the slaJrs asd lets th day eves' tg tb.V.f ersc of the roCd ester ; worid. ant fc's cost. vet asd hat. W'JI'.aas Wrc (4 A'??. "t4i. Mr Jces, froea the ee?e eajt. ss4 kas bs & get of Mr asi Mra , ecljesly rseWered S (reas'tg bwjst-A'fred bwjst-A'fred Kach f'-r tt ,t wk i s-s e c the Pari 3s coast j s rad departed sCVst crsosy Mass V;u TVw asd Mr Jarc-O- W wktokcy. sa'sv-'tg trem Tl'atls. os) of Proro were saarrwd W-fss ; lr ti- rosa It 4fs rVrM tto day a rT'Vw rs us al , rrn cr C-y raswH $s kis oss t lee & iw 4 tets. Xr r .- cs a brgurr cafr T ajrd Mrs R4rt T-nt wk akey m at the tarsi: s cScs Brown of Manti While On Train Saturday (Special to the News from Provo.) Perry Bacon, of unsavory reputation, reputa-tion, who has graced, or disgrace tha city jail and othera ao man' timea that he knows the rules of the) "kangaroo" court backwards, is again In the toila, thia time having .bees convicted of stealing an overcoat from a fellow paasenger on a D. dk. R. Q. train Saturday evening, for which he was sentenced yesterday by Judge Noon to 30 days' imprisonment. In a small way Bacon has perpetrated perpe-trated many crimes, and been arrested arrest-ed on many charges. His last previous previ-ous eiperience here waa a sentence of 90 daya imposed for the theft of a saddle, after serving a part pf which term. Mayor uecaer pardoned bin A Slight Oversight The present offense to which he entered en-tered a plea of guilty, consisted In lifting an overcoat belonging to Horace Hor-ace Brown of Manti, from the aeat of a D. A ICG. passenger car in which both were Provo-bound passengers. When arrested here: with tbe coat "In his possession. Bacon stated that he must have taken it by mistake and left hla own in Its place. This story would have been all right enough, had It not been for the trifling fact that he hadn't any coat of hla own, excepting except-ing the short one be wore. - When this discrepancy waa called to hla notice. Bacon admitted the theft, and entered a plea of guilty, receiving the sentence sen-tence stated. .A Dew and Improved feed grinder called the "Economy MM," la on exhibition ex-hibition at tbe farm of C P. War-nick War-nick at Manila. The promoter and president of the manufacturing com pany la Joa. A. McRea, of Independ ence, Mo., who la conducting teats fefore the farmers and. wUu the view ' a as 1 uiri m W'la 141V w nock lit thv'tompanrr lot- placing BE HERE Thomas Crosby Arrested On Suspicion Has Man) Things a To Explain To Court itpedalto tht News from Provo) Thomas Crosby, a stranger, actfrng in a peculiar manntr at an early Sunday Sun-day morning, was gathered to the bosom of tht law by its long arm In the person of Police Officer Snow and developments since indicate that the arrest is one of more importance than at first appeared, as Crosby is believed be-lieved to be one of a pair who burg-larned burg-larned a Thistle aaloon last week. Had Many Nicklts. i n arreMed. Crosby a without with-out h hat or coat, notw ithstanditig the eitreriie mid weather, and the late nes of the hour, and enicicei In at tentivelv looking through tbe window ol the 'roo liank. V. hen ro h-d h the.o&cer. Croby reached for his gun. which he was pre ten ted from bringing into action, and was on in the marshal's offUe where a search brought to llaht r-tolter and nlkl.-ti to the eiteot bJ S ;0 n1 J: lb quar! j Thistle Burglary Reported. ! At 0 clock the saaie mofnicg. the , l.ng distance telephone told of tbe nS!bg of the slot machine In the Iim j bardl '. in at Tbist'.e. and 'he theft seteral botUes c whiskey, and aked that two men t-e looked out for by the Provo pol'te. and t! dewcrlp-v.rn dewcrlp-v.rn Ctticg tr.e n,ao Crosby, f'c on. a wrc6 c the city waa a; our started to loca'e the other I This brought t, light eai of the trouble, f the grial 1 roj rleor of the Wl?nn house, and ei;UtSed the rai.r summary attir of Crcwby wbes found by tcer Snow '"y W.iot D started ijtt, ihr a g!it before. Crostv aad a&"?.er BiB. wro rc it3 under the esijhosws sam Jones, from Hrwkrta. NT. had tkn a rooes at tie 'A hiei. and towards srw- Itg had cre'ed a d snrtasce tm(-cter tm(-cter t to d st-arb the efcsid:- somber 14 lit procneior. who had r-oe- strated. owe orally, asd t?e aeeoavd u 0 f.