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|Paper||American Fork Citizen|
OCTOBER 24, 1925 LrtnA. AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1925 IF EDNA' 1 lpEBBERJL ml waited '-imT TUTU jid that order and they con-iwlth con-iwlth devastating thorough. We roll She aUbutter.Bha itDtrki about the food ex- ,t.. t rood and one, u" " - - - -. . j..-n to eat lunch be- rV wn io boar working. prt found most restful Mid W ' 'iiit when yon dined la a ree-uttb ree-uttb woman she said, ."Oh, & t nt wine of. those crisp 2f "Why notr . ? kbly the nwer to. this waa, t! Goodness! A half pound 1 haven't eaten a roll wits I is a year. '. 'jiitmiald, -Why notr UrU get fat." Wkally. "Von I Nonsense f just right" rm bond with these woman who labont tbelr weight, figure, llnaa. Lht It In bl taste Paula ,i,,ti rigidly refraining from W thit It made him onconafort- 50 it at the tame raon sr, cv 3 thorough meal ;wblle aht nlfc .. carls of Melba toast, a J teat and half a augarlaaa fait It lessened hli enjoyment m ojsters, steak, coffee. Ha pt that ahe always eyed big food B avidly, for all bar expressed Cim tn it She waa loo kin a? kfgard, too. theater! next door," ha said. I step. We don't nare 10 leave nffl after eight" ; - nice." She bad her cigarette Jbtr coffee Is a mellow, sensuoue Sphere of enjoyment He waa V aboot himself a good deal Ha Mused, at ease, bappy. m know I'm an architect at 1 1 wai one. Perhaps that"! why k M king around your ahop to. I 'wrt of homesick for the penclla ( the drawing board the whole aid you give It up, thenr lug In If do you mean nothing In ItY uoney.-After the war nobody bonding. Oh, I suppose If I'd ud then you became a banker, B Well, there ought to be money Hs la a bank." ! wit a little nettled. "I wasn't a wr-t first. I was a bond sales- - hrosrs mot in a . little frown nthtr," Dallas said, slowly, "plan back door of a building that's to help make this town beautt ud significant than sell all the that ever floated a whatever it J defended himself. "I felt that f, too. But you nee, my mother had jw m my education, really. She ti for It. I couldn't go dabbing A, earning Just enough to keep me. to give her things. I want !m me want those things? Did 'ut you to tlve up architecture .ItolntobonW' -eB-she-i oon't know that she He. was too decent still f the son of Sellna DeJong jwiDrereir iaBouflh I'"' M'd yon were going to let me TO OCT. Pfcnld you Ift me bring her lnt Or P Tou'd even would you drite r me farm with me soma day, f ut that so much." ! would 1." leaned toward her, suddenly. pw. Dallas. M anyway?" twildn't st a; 1 Hit.,. as trrnble. "But I dont 'j to think rm a nice young ' Want yon to lllr m In U , wnat h:,von't I got that jrou f 1 wht to Imvet Why do yoa ;r.. .. r('!,1I.v new y0U. what 'ou re asking for It I do CT the iecple I see often that jr fT" 8t '"list a splash of splen-L1' splen-L1' "'keup. Soma people drhuJ . . I'ndor'and one-tenth i uKei'' Dallas Itlrred her "coffee thoughtfully. thought-fully. rXhey usually tell me about It" 4 i "And then whatr 1 "Then they seem to feel better and wt become great friends." "But don't you ever fall In love with themr- Pretty d d sure of herself. fDon't-you -ever. --fall- In love with themr 1 almost always do," said Dallas. He plunged. "I could give you a lot of things you haven't got, purple or no purple." "Tm going ta France In April. Paris." . "What d'you mean! Paris. What forf J "Study, 1 want to do portraits. Oils." He was terrified. "Can't you do them herer . "Oh, no. Not what I need. I have been studying here, I've been taking Ufa-work three nights a week at the Art Institute, just to keep my band in. "So that's where you are, evenings ?" He was strangely relieved. "Let me go with you some time, will you?" Any- !hinf.Anythlng. - She took him with her one evening, tearing him successfully past the stern Irishman who guarded the entrance to the basement classrooms ; to her locker, got into her smock, grabbed her brushes, went directly to ber place, fall to work at once. Dirk blinked In the strong light He glanced at the dais toward which they were all gating gat-ing from time to time as they worked. On It lay a nude woman. To himself Dirk said, in a sort of panic: "Why, say, she hasn't got any clothes on! My gosh! this Is fierce. 8he hasn't got anything on !" He tried, meanwhile, to look easy, . careless, critical. Strangely enough, he succeed ed, after the first shock, not only in looking at ease, but feeling so. The class was doing the whole figure In oils. The model was a moron with a skin like velvet and rose petals. She fell into noses that flowed like cream. Her hair was waved in wooden unauia tions and her nose was pure vulgar lty and her earrings were drug-store pearls In triple strands but ner dock was probably finer than Helens ana her breasts twin snowdrms peaaeu with" coral. In twenty- minutes Dirk found himself Impersonally Interested then blackness, while sainsi your wllL Jn .red' THE FAIR Blackness again. Then, in a burst ef both colors, in bigger letters, and In Mate that hurled Itself at your eyeballs, momentarily shutting out tower, sky and street: " SAVE MONET Straight abend the hut of the Adams etrettt I, station In nildnir ss' Venetian Vene-tian bridge, with the black .canal f asphalt flowliif slurclshW rnth jheenecirdn ofcafeterla and cigar- p windows on either side were slender shafts of light along the canaL An enchanting slghy "Nice." said Dallas. A long breath. She was a part of all this. "Yes." He felt an outsider. "Want a sandwich? Are you hungryr "I'm starved." They had sandwiches and coffee at an all-night one-arm lunch room because be-cause Dallas aald ber face was too dirty for a restaurant and she dldnt want to bother to wash It She waa more than ordinarily companionable that night; a little tired; less buoyant buoy-ant and Independent than usual. This gave her a little air of helplessness of fatigue that aroused all Us tender ness. Her smile gave him a warm rush of pure happiness until he saw her smile In exactly the same way atthe pimply young man who lorded It over the shining nickel coffee container, as she told him that his coffee was grand, .. a- What.de you think He wanted to know. I not knowing any f "He ne XI era n. And soma ''"lis tawrlrlnoM nA am. ttimi . uunness ana one-, one-, n'K like Snra Uaebcb."But k rple ar a" Just a nice even a single patch of royal "Jitter horribly disappointed, hurt, lint II lltfl- TTI. -'t a little angry, too. -His Si'.i?t Wns DIrk DeJon' 'Aft promising; the most ''r all. what did she do 1-1 io. War. o'lIars apiece? . w ppw; to the men who fall Chapter XV t They .Had Sandwiches and Coffee at an All-Night one-Arm uuncnrvwi... in tone, shadows, colors, line. He listened to the low-voiced Instructor nuinted carefully to ascertain whether that ahadow on the model's stomach really should be painted blue or brown. i Even Dirk could see that Dallas canvas was almost insultingly superior to that f the men and women about rumeath the flesh on her canvas there were muscles, and beneath those The things that had mattered so vitally didn't seem to be Important, somehow, now. The people .who had seemed so desirable had become suddenly sud-denly insignificant The games be had played appeared silly games. He was seeing things through Dallas O'Mara's wise, beauty-loving eyes. Strangely enough, he did not realize that this girl saw life from much the same angle as that at which his mother regarded It In the last few years ills mother had often offended him by her attitude toward these rich and powerful friends of his their ways, their games, their amusements, their manners. And her way of living in turn offended him. On his rare visits to the farm It seemed to him there was always some drab dejected female In the kitchen or living liv-ing room or on the porch a woman with broken teeth and comic shoes and tragic eyes drinking great draughts of coffee and telling her woes to Sellna Salrey Oamplsh ladles smelling un pleasantly of peppermint and perspiration perspira-tion and poverty. "And he ain't bad a lick of work since November" , "You don't say! That's terrible!" He wished she wouldn't. Sometimes old Aug nempel drove out there and Dirk would come upon the two snickering wickedly together about something that he knew con cerned the North 8hore crowd. It had been years since Sellna had said, sociably, "What did they have for dinner, Dirk? H'mT "Well soup " "Nothing before the soupl" "Oh, yeh. Some kind of a one of f hose canane - thinzs. you know Caviare." "My! Caviare T Sometimes Sellna rlggled like a naughty girl at things that Dirk had taken quite seriously. The fox hunts, for example. Lake Forest had taken to fox hunting, arid the Tippecanoe crowd kept kennels. Dirk had learned to ride pretty well. An EnKllshuiun s certain Captain Stokes-Beatty had Initiated theNorth.-Sliore Into thftjnvs teriea of fox hunting. Huntln. The North Shore learned to say nec's'ry and eonservafry. Captain Stokes-lUnttv Stokes-lUnttv was a tall, bow-legged, nnd somewhat borse-faced young man, remote re-mote In manner. The nice Farnham girl weemed fated to marry him. Taula had had a hunt breakfast at Storm-wood Storm-wood and It had been very successful, though the American men had balked a little at the deviled kidneys. The fWd had been patterned as far as possible after the pale flabby viands served at in an atmosphere of lukewarm steam. The women were slim and perfectly tailored but wore their hunting clothes a trifle uneasily and self-consciously like girls In their first low-cut party dresses. Most of the men had turne.l stubborn on the subject of pink coats, but Captain Stokes-Beatty wore his handsomely. The fox-a worried and somewhat dejected-looking animal-had animal-had been shipped In a crate from the South and on being released Had a way of sitting sociably In an Illinois corn field Instead of leaping fleetly to cover At tie finish you had a feeling of guilt, as though you had killed a cockroach. cock-roach. . .... Dirk bad told Sellna, about it. reeim rather magnificent. A fox hunt. "A fox hunt ! What for?" "For! Why, what's any fox hunt for?" -"I cant Imagine, for the purpose of f a bacotC SB. glgglea. - J, , - J "Vh, well, if you're going to talk like that" , ; . But Iallas O'Mara felt much the tame about these things. Dallas, It appeared, ap-peared, luid been something, of a fad with the North Shore society crowd after had painted Mrs. Robinson Gllman's portrait She had been In-1 ' vlted to dinners and luncheons and dances, but their doings, she tdld Dink. Uhad bored her. . ouy re nice." she said, "but tney don't have much fun.. They're all try bag to be' something they're not And that's men 'bard work. The women were always explaining that .they lived In Chicago because tbelr .husband's business! w a here. They all do thing! pretty well dunce or paint or ride er write ur sing but not well enough. They're professional amateurs, trying to express something they don't feel; er that they don't feel strongly enough to make It worth while expressing." , ; She admitted, though, that they did appreciate the things that other people did well. Visiting and acknowledged writers, painters, lecturers, heroes, they entertained lavishly and hospitably hospit-ably tn their Florentine or English or Spanish or French palaces on the North aide of Chicago, 111, Especially foreign for-eign notubles of this description. -Since 1918 these bad descended upon Chicago (and all America) like a plague of locusts, starting usually In New York and sweeping westward, devouring the pleasant verdure of greenbacks and chirping as they came. Returning to Europe, bursting with profits and spleen, they thriftily wrote of what they had seen and the result was more clever than amiable; bearing, bear-ing, too, the taint of bad taste.. North Shore hostesses Tied for the honor of entertaining these notable Paula pretty, clever . moneyed, shrewd often emerged 'from these contests the winner. Her latest catch was Emlle Ooguet Gen. Emlle Oo- guet, hero of Champagne Goguet ef the stiff white beard, the empty left eoatsleeve, and the score of medals. He was coming to America ostensibly to be the guest of the American di vision which, with Goguet's French troops, had turned the German on- slaught at Champagne, but really. It was whispered, to cement friendly re lations between his country and somewhat diffident United States. "And guess," thrilled Paula, "guess who's coming with him. Dirk I That wonderful Roelf Pool, the French sculptor H "What d'you mean French sculptor sculp-tor ! He's no more French than I am. He was born within a couple of miles of my mother's farm. His people were Dutch truck farmers. His father lived In High Prairie until a year ago, when be died of a stroke." When he told Sellna she flushed like a girl, as she sometimes still did when she was much excited. "Yes, I saw Jt In the paper. I, .wonder," she added, quietly, "If I shall see him." That; evening you might have seen her sitting, fingering the faded shabby tluie-wora objects the saving of which Dirk had denounced as sentimental. The crude drawing of the Haymarket Hie wine-red cashmere dress; some faded brittle flowers. Paula was giving a large but not too large dinner on the second night She was very animated about it excited, ex-cited, gay. "They say," she told Dirk, "that Goguet doesn't eat anything but hard-boiled eggs and rusks. Oh, well, the others won't object tt squabs and mushrooms and things. And bis hobby is his farm In Brittany. Pool's stun nlng dark and somber and very white teeth." Panla was very gay these days. Too gay. It seemed to Dirk that her nervous energy was Inexhaustible f . ORDINANCE ' , . Art ordinance granting to the LOS ANtiELES A SALT LAKE RAIL ROAD COMPANY " and to' ' Its"; suc cessors and assigns, the right to construct con-struct operate ' and maintain two single track railroads over and across First North Street and Great Avenue in the City of American Fork, Utah County, Utah. - WHERBAS, the Los Angeles It Salt Lake Railroad Company desires to construct and operate spur tracks from its main line. Into Block 17, American Fork City, In order to im prove Its service and to facilitate the switching of cars to , aft'd from For sale cheap Washer, motor and bab buggy, Mrs? Wn. 3 Thornton. certain prospective Industries located pDOne 163-J. . ? - ndv in aald Block 17: and " ' Ni 'io.. .i u -j-llu . -u jji wHrnifift th Walton of aald sour For rent Furnished bouse keeping tracks cross First North Street and apartments, Grant Avenue In said City of Amerl- 7J. can Fork and It la desired that franchises be granted to aald Los Angeles Salt Lake Railroad Company! Com-pany! 'ts successors and assigns, to construct operate and maintain its ,Hoy seen proposed new spur tracks across saidlxppllo Hall .FOR SAiLB-vMangles Mrs. Jane C. Robinson, Telephone 104-J. 10-24 It FOR SALE Potatoes and mangles. Ernest ffuggard, American Fork. V . 10-24-ir Mrs. Annie Green, Phone f-lMt streets; , Section 1. Be It ordained by the City -Council, of. American Fork, Utah. that the Los Angeles Salt Lake Railroad Company, 4ta successors and assigns, be and the same Is hereby granted the right, to construct, oper ate and maintain two single track railroads over and across First North Street and Grant Avenue, in said City of American Fork.;, the center line of said tracks being described aa follows to-wlt: First Commencing at the Inter section of the southerly line of First North Street with the westerly line of Grant Avenue; thence west along said southerly line of First North Street 234.90 feet; thence north 39.0 feet to a point In the center line of the Los Angeles 8alt Lake Railroad (Provo Branch), the true point of be- ginniagr' thence southeasterly: 188.80 feet, more or less, to a point In the easterly line of said Grant Avenue, said point being 7.50 feet south from the Intersection of said easterly Hue of Grant Avenue with said southerly line of First North Street Second WANTED Lady to do washing at her home. Telephone 143-W American Ameri-can Fork. 10-14-tf - " " taking handbag from , Firemen Dance night. Will save trouble by returning bag to Roy Greenwood. . 10-J4-lp LOST Wednesday night -neer-the-Apollo Hall ladles tapestry hand bag. Contains ring and money. Call 1102. Reward. . 1044lp Get your Jonathan, Rome Beauty, Baldwin and Winesap Apples, also mangels and carrots at George F. Shelley's. Phone 77-J-l. . 10-24 . LOST One brown mare with roc lied li-ed mane with white sackamore and one bay horse. Return to L. A. Adam-son. Adam-son. Weight between 1100 and 1000 Its. Reward. American Fork. 10-24-lt Horse Pasture for Bent. Good alfaUfa pasture tor rent Plenty of feed and water. Apply to. George F. 8helley, Phone 77J1 Am. Fork. ""' Estray Notice State of Utah. County of Utah, American Fork Precinct I have in my possession the follow- Commencing: at the Inter ling described estray animal which, if section of the southerly line of First not claimed and taken away, will be North, Street with the westerly line of sold at public auction to the nigneti Grant Avenue; thence - west along caan owner a my m .m.thriv line of First North Fork Precinct on .Monday the zetn Street 110.80 feet: thence north 29.50 1 day of October, 1925, atone o'clock p. feet to a point on the center line first One black horse, saddle maray snoa hov described, the true point Of be- all round, weight about 1000 lbs., ginning; thence southeasterly 104.40 about 9 years old. No brands visible. feet, more or less, to a point on said . Bald estray waa taaea uv oy southerly line of First North Street, in said precinct on the lth day of said point being 10.50 feet west from October, 1925, T v said intersection of the southerly SAMUEL DEAN, line of First North Street with the Poundkeeper for American Fork n nf riranf AvnilA. I " rTBOJlTCV. tv cn let i ess? w Third: Beginning at a point on the First Publication October 24, 1925. said westerly line of Grant Avenue, point being 4.80 feet south from the hntersectlon of said westerly llne of Grant Avenue with the southerly line 4 of - First North, Street; . thence south easterly 56.6 feet, more or less, to a point on the easterly line of said Grant Avenue, said point being 31.7 feet south from the Intersection ,of said easterly line of Grant Avenue with the southerly line of First North Street The location of said spur tracks LEGAL ADVERTISING muscles blood and bone, iou wu - - ea out in had a surgeon's knowieage m It was after eleven when they emerged from the Art institute doorway door-way and' stood a moment together at the top of the broad steps surveying the world that lay befove them. Dallas Dal-las said nothing. Suddenly the beauty ofTthenlgM ; rushed -.op..o'rf whelmed Dirk. Gorgeousness and tawdriness; color and gloom. At the right the white tower of the ,wngiey building rose wralthllke against background of purple " . , Just this side of It a swsrm of Impish Imp-ish electric lights grinned their mes-sage mes-sage In scarlet and white. la white. TRADE AT They used to be ridding a fox in-nulsance. in-nulsance. Have lie dens ' and woodflret and .dogs ana tweeds and walking soes and plpej and leisure better than we do. But those luke-warm steamy breakfasts or theirs! It's becauee they haven't gas, . hm No Kansas or Je- braska farmer's wife would one ana exnaojsuns. xr w - rH .nrt yellow unon mil IO niuiseii nun UUU uc nam I the sallow heart-shaped exquisite face, the lean brown clutching fingers, the air of ownership. He had begun to dislike things about ber aa an unfaithful unfaith-ful spouse Is irritated by quite innocent inno-cent mannerisms of his unconscious mate. She scuffed her heels a tittle when she walked, for example. It maddened him. She had a way of biting bit-ing the rough skin around her carefully tended, nails when she was nervous. "Don't do thatl" he said. Dallas never Irritated him. She rested rest-ed him, he told htmselt -He would-arm himself against tier, but one minute after meeting her he would sink gratefully grate-fully and reslstlessly Into ber quiet depths. Sometimes he thought all this was aa assumed manner In her. "This calm of your this effortlessness," effortless-ness," he said to her one day, "is a pose, lBn't Itr Anything to get her notice. . "Partly." Dallas had replied, amiably. "It's a' nice pose though, don't you think!" '' What are you going to do with s girl like that! Here was the woman who could hold him entirely, and who never held out a finger to hold blm. He tore at the smooth wall of her indifference, though be only rut and bruised bis own hands in doing it v- "Is It because I'm a successful business busi-ness man that you don't Uke met" "But I do like you. I think you're an awfully attractive man. Danger-ous, Danger-ous, thaf s wot." (To Be Continued) T.u Forestr "Now, mother, don't be funny, i... aRnnt tha breakfast. IOIU uei " , ... .... but-"l "..Ln How Nickname Originated smart to copy b - Xh Frech have been. .'.popularly the things .that 0 t country ter Lthan oo. -" . that the armorla that, the armorlar bearings or. tno French kligs originally contslned three frogs, later changed to fleurs-de-lis. Middle Age Defined ' Middle age may perhaps be defined that period In life when .you're the attached print which is nereDy made a part of this ordinance. Section 2. This ordinance Is pass ed upon the condition and with the understanding that the LOS ANGELES t SALT LAKE RAIL ROAD COMPANY, and its successors and assigns, shall construct and maintain present waterways and ditches for irrigation purposes as may be effected by the passing of this ordinance: and shall construct and maWtafn aldews!kf nan-street ings in a substantial and satisfactory manner. Section 3. This ordinance is graft ed for a period of fifty (50) years from the date of passage thereof. Passed by the City Council of Am erican Fork, Utah County, Utah, this 16th day of October. 1925. THOMAS CODDINGTON, V- . ":: ' ' ' . Mayor. I Attest: GEO. F. SHELLEY, City Recorder. State of Utah. County of Utah. ss. I, Geo. F. Shelley, City Recorder of American Fork, Utah, do hereby certify that the attached is a full, true and correct copy of an ordinance entitled: , "An ordinance granting to the LOS ANGELES ft SALT LAKE NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of the Fourth Judicial DletrlcW-la- and torUtali County, State of Utah. - In the Matter of the Estate .of Peter D. Miller. Deceased, Notice to Creditors.- '.s. i; . Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned ' at her residence lh American Fork, Utah, on or before the 9th day of December, 1925. MAE MILLER, Administratrix of the estate of Peter D. Miller deceased. J. W'. ROBINSON, " 7 - Attorney for administratrix; ' Fir si Publication October 10,-1925. -Last Publication October 31, 1925, " ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS . Ia the latrtet "Court-, nl - Utah County, State of Utahr- , ' In the matter of the estate of Elteab.thHirschn!iaj-tomerly beth Gibbons, Deceased. Notice To Creditors. No. 3104 Probate. Creditors will present claims. with vouchers to the undersigned, at his residence in Pleasant Grove, Utah, on or before the 5th day of December, 1925, or be forever barred. C, B. HARPER, Administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Hlrschman formerly Elizabeth Gibbons, deceased. MARTIN M. LARSON, ' Attorney for the Administrator. .:: First Publication October 3, 1925 ; Last Publication October 24, 1925. NOTICE FOR' PUBLICATION . (Publisher.) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. Land Office at Salt Uke City. Utah, October 13, 1925. Notice is hereby given that Carlos RAIL-1 o. Watktns, of Alpine, Utah, who, on r.u... nM,.nnnt for a minute, doing to feel Just ss well ts you ever Sjls manjrould balk at sucli aid m . day or twe.-Ohlo Stste Jour. ROAD COMPANY and to Its successors suc-cessors and assigns, the right to construct, con-struct, ' operate and maintain single track railroads over and across First North Street and Grant Avenue In the City of 1 American - Fork, Utah County Vtah.l : - That the said ordinance was passed by the City Council ? of American Fork, Utah, on the 16th day of October, 1925. Y (Seal) GEO. F. SHELLEY, City Recorder of American - ' Fork, Utah. First Publication October 24, 1925. December 8, 1920, made additional homestead entry, No. 021083, for NENWU. Section 29, Township 4 SoTrth, Range 3 East Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of Intention Inten-tion to make three year Proof, to establish es-tablish claim , to the land above described, de-scribed, before the Register of the H.-S Land Office, at Salt. Lake City,. . Utah, on the 2nd day of December," 1925. " 'r- ;.; Claimant names as witnesses: Al Roy Bair, Ernest McDaniel, Herbert Her-bert HalL Charles Beck, all of Alpine,' Utah. . ' - . ELI F. TAYLOR, Register., First Publication October 17. 1925. Last Publication November 14, 1925. JJi'Whatdo theyjloj"