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Ml ? THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN Tucaday, Ap.il 18. 1011.
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H i H ! , It Official Republican Organ o7cache County,, ptnn,
tl " Jjntoro.1 as Second Clans Matter at Logan. Utah, under act of March
. I j' Subscribed wishing address or paper changed mud give former, as
ii 1 I well us present address. , .
iS l AH papers are continued until explicit order Istrecolved to disci.-
j : s tlnue. All arrearages must bo paid In oyory caso. , -, f
Huj ! 'j ' SUBSCRIPTION, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
H; ; '! ' I OutBldo of Logan City.
! 'I One Year ; "
! f Six Months 1
H' Throo Months
B, LOGAN 1IY CARRIER J3.50 ft Year; 1.7G Six Months; 90c throe
H, ! I months. t In advance add GOc year.
H' ' i Tho follow that alts around Is on-
H ' H j doing the old hen out of ft Job.
B Ii ' p A farm paper says: "The lien may
H W ' not bo very well educated, but It dooa
I' ' not take nor long to scratch off n
row lines In the garden."
H ' ' Tho "big stick" which Colonel Rooso
m ( I 1elt resurrected In Colllor'fl tho other
M I' day, must havo mado somo of thoso
B rlllyphool mngazltio wrltora look llko
B the provorblal thirty cents,
"- Tho dlBputches tell of a rcmarkablo
V operation, I. c., a policeman had his
v J) spinal cord stitched up. We'd giro n
K , fortune to sco an operation on somo
B ' pooplo ho that their vocal chords
fll ' could be operated upon the same way.
BH " The Karm Journal by way of warn-
B Ing says: "Steady now! Don't rush
H ' into tho spring work llko n "Iioubo n'
fire. Tako things easy until man and
S ' tho beast get necustomed to tho
JM THE HOR8E FAIR .
HB i Tho (,'omerclal Boosters aro pro-
BB la-omotlng a horso fair for Logan this
BT ' spring. Smlth(!old, Hyrum and Rich-
BB; , mond have had (ho show during the
BB . past three years, and both towns have
BB ' , l entertained royally, nnd would be
BB , glad to get tho show this yenr.'Just
BB, ' what page In history tho horso show
BB,' , In Logan, this year records depends
BB, .. upon tho people of Logan. Tho com
BB ' mitt re have provided for part of tho
BB funds, JLut a small amount must i
BB raised j hy populrfr subscription. Th
BB 1 i contribution asked for Is a mure plU
BK i tanco us compared to the good It will
BB! I do every person that Is asked to con-
V" i Logan should certainly do heisMt
BB ( , proH,l this occasion. Our sister
Hp' ! i..mb on tho nmth and sou'h hi'e
K I their eyes .upon us. They arc up nnd
B !' ,,0Ki nn( never fall shuit when It
H It N comes to entertaining. We should got
PV" " 1)UHy ttj Bhow the people of the coun-
BB) , j ty that they are welcome, and that wo
Bji f know how to (ako care of thorn.
H, jj We trust the committee will rooeUe
H' !' ti,e milted and hearty support of all
B )? our good citizens. Let's mako tho
BB! ! show a hummer .
Bif DEMOCRACY MAY NOT HELP.
BH, I r,om woni8 dropped hero auij thoro
B) j, j uy mt.n In high circles In the Oem
BHv j ocratlc iiarty it has been evident for
B;' ' , somo time that tho nomocracy twould
';: ' Hike no haud in tho coming election
BB on tho liquor question. And If the
BB ' statements made by Hon. B. H. Kob-
BB berts .it the celebration of the 160th
'' annlvurimry of the birth of Thomas
BB-J k Jefferson, rt'tcently hold ul Halt Lake
S . City, are to be taken as key notes,
It 1b certain that tho Democracy will
BB? not.tnko a haud. At that celebration
BH' Mr. Roberts Is reported by tho Halt
RBV f , LnUo Trlbuno as follows:
jf,'x I "llrlphnm U. Huberts, one of tho
BflKj3p' j most oloo.ueut Democratic orators In
Kla il0 date, said that he did not think
BBl!j( tho Democrats should take any action
Ksl J V j '" ,fere"re to tho coming llquo)
BBIKL1) " election. He bald ho did not bollove
BBB '" thcro.na any deep-rooted conviction
HRj favoring prohibition on the pnrt of
Hfj' tho people of Utah. Tho resulth of
BV ' tho olectlon, ho predicted, would
BB', pfovo a surprlso tq thoso who wiiro
HbC 1 hopins to seo prohibition carry In
BBf!i 4 f - U. tho communities of tho Btato."
bbk' 'Pv a V " Wo hllV0 no doubt a8 t0 tho cor'
BBC yfJx"" rectness of tho roport. Tho Tribune
m i would havo no reason to mlsroprosont
Bt(, f' I -BBBBk bR' U W"B Ue TrllMlno that save
BBBJmBBBBBBBBBBjhhjmb! &'jhjbs --"j
him nil tho space ho doslrod durlnt
the last campaign, that published a
half tono of himself and his muster
piece tho address wherein ho excor
iated Senator Smoot nnd for tho
time being nnnlhllntcd tho. Republi
can pnrty. Tho Trlbuno then having
served so well ns his personal orgtii
would havo no reason to misrepresent
him now, so all will concede that his
position Is correctly stntcd.
This being tho cnBo Is he not
talking to hlmscir and thoso of ,iIh
own thinning, and boliof, more thnn
nuyono else. Noto that "ho said that
ho did not bcllovo thoro was any deep
roted conviction favoring iwohlbltlon
on the part of tho people of Utah."
Havo not tho words of Mr. Roberts
homo testimony to this condition ns
far ns ho Is conccrped over slnco tho
days of tho constitutional convention?
Docs nny one ever remember Mr.
Roberts speaking In favor of prohi
bition until Inst fall after his party
had adopted a prohibition plank in
Its platform? Is tlero any ono so
blind that thoy cannot see that tho
Democratic party leaders do not bo
llove in prohibition? Is ther a sin
glo Individual In our midst thaU Is
beguiled Into believing that tho local
Democratic lenders wore really sin
core In their fight for prohibition. It
there la thoy nnd bettor begin to dis
abuse their ' mlndB of any such
thouchts. No dear readers thoy wero
not sincere, ft was simply n ruso to
get In on. And bollovlng as thoy did
then, as thoy havo always belloved
and as they do now1 It Is easy tor
them to say there Is ''no deep-rooted
conviction favoring prohibition" ut
least as far as they are concerned. Su
then It will jiot come ns a surprise
that the prohibitionists may expect
no help from the Democratic party.
THE HOUSE FIASCO.
The recent fiasco In the untlonnl
house ot representatives Incident to
the .uioptlon of rules governing that
body, Is one that will cortalnly bring
but little bnlm to tho breast ot tho
unterrlfled, especially If ho has beon
basking In the thought that "Democ
racy" Is as tho namo Implies the
"peoplo's nulo." The Democratic par
ty for the first time In fifteen years
Is In control in tho house or repre
sentatives. This fnct nlone Implies u
now sot of rules, or at least a revis
ion of tho rules. Novor In tho his
tory of tho Amorlcan congress has
any houBO hcrotoforo attempted to
adopt a code of rules without giving
to ovory membor of tho house an op
portunity to otter an amendment to
thoso rates.' This cnBo Is ' not tho
adoption of a code of rules by a
party that has been In power for a
outdoor of years as the Kopubltcau
party has been, but It Is the adoption
ot a new code of rules by a party new
to power. It Is substantially, In nil re
spects, a rovlfilon of tho- Houso rules,
If any Insurgent, oj mugwump, was
led away with the delusive hope that
he would bo glvon the slightest con
slderallon by the democratic majority
.In tho present house of representatives
his hopes were all shattered wheu
ilopresei) tuth ti Henry ot Texas, pre
sented tho resolution covorlng tho
rules to govrn tho Slxty-Beeond Con
gress. This resolution provided: First At
tho conclusion of tho first rending pt
tho lesolutlon It shall bo in order to
offer ono subatltuto for tho resolution
of tho gentleman from yexaa. .
Second, There shall bo four hours
general debate, tho tlmo to bo equal
ly divided between tho friends nnd
oppononta of the resolution, tho tlmo
to be controlled on ono sldo by Mr.
Henry of Texas nnd on tho other by
Mr. Mnnn of Illinois..;
Third At tho conclusion of tho gen
eral debate as herein provided, a voto
'shall be taken without 'delay or Inter
vening' motion flrst.Jcm'tho ques
tion of ndoptlng tho resolution of tho
gentleman from Toxas or Hie substi
tute resolution, ns tho caao may bo.
"Hcrotoforo on sovoral. occasions
thqro havo been Important revisions
of .tho rules. The rules wero revised
In ISSp upon a roport from-tho com
mlttco on rules, which nt that tlmo
consisted of several very distinguish
ed men. Mr. Randall of Pennsylvania,
Mr. Stophcns of Oeorgla, Mr. Dlack
burn of Kontucky, Mr. Qarflold of
Ohio,, nnd Mr. Fryo ot Mnlno. Thoso
rules wero carefully consldorcd by
thnt committee of distinguished men,
who represented both the majority
and minority parties, nnd, when pre
sented to tho Houso wero accompan
ied by n written report. There Is no
written report accompanying this
code of rules. Week after week was
spent In deliberating upon 'thoso
rules In 1880, nnd opportunity was af
forded to ovory member of that houso
to present such amendment ns he
saw fit to present, to nny and every
ono of thoso rulca.
"Tho rules wero revised again In
181)0, nnd the commttteo on rules nt
that time was mado up of men whoso
names aro distinguished In our hos
tory. It consisted of Thomas II. Reod
William McKlnloy, Joseph 0. Can
non, John O. Carlisle, and Rogor Q.
Mills. Thoso rules wero carefully de
liberated upon, and aftor long' 'con
sideration by tho committee wero pre
sented to the Houso, accompanied by
a written report. Then they woro do
bated day In and day out, and every
member of tho Houso of Representa
tives at that time was afforded an op
portunity to offer amendments to tho
rules. It was recognized thou thnt ev
ery man on olthor sldo of the Houso,
whntovor might bo his political faith,
had an Interest In tlie efltabllshmont
of wise rulos for tho govornmont ot
tho House of Representatives.
There was another revision of tha
rules In tho Fifty-second. Congress,
when the Democratic party calne 1no
power. The chnlrman of the committee
on Miles at that time was the speak
er, Mr. Crisp, Mr.-Outhwalto, of Ohio,
was on the commlttoej Mr. Catching
of Mississippi, was on the committee,
nil distinguished men In our pnilla?
montary history; nnd on that occas
ion the rules were considered nmUde
liberated upon over n (jreat length of
time by the committee nnd preaened
to tho House, accompanied hy'a writ
report. A resolution was adopted that
the rult-3 should be read seriatim ana
due opportunity ghen to every mem
ber of the Houso to consider tho
rules nnd to offer amendments.
"So that on every occasion hereto
fore when thoro has boon a revision
of the rules nu opportunity has been
nfforded to mombors of the House to
offer amendments, to debate, nnd con
sider and coinu to a conclusion as-to
what Hhould bo proper rulos for tho
go eminent of the House."
Hut .not ho with the present Demo
cratic Houso. They who havo been
crying tho "wo are holler thnn thou"
chorus for ho long presented tho rules
r ' t
ns a single proposition en bloc, bo
loug gagged not only the Hepubllcnns
whom thoy havo been waiting ho long
to gag, but put the clamps on tho
"Insurgents" also whom they so gal
lantly and graciously courted a
short time ago.
Nqto tho resolution above. After
leading the resolution one substitute
Ih In order, and th,on (our hours .of
gouoral debato, which menus nothing,
because In general debate nothing
more than theorizing can bo done,
and then nt the close of that useless
dabte a voto Is to be taken, bouud
and gagged and not een permitted
to offer an amendment. Why should
there hnvo been general debate If,
amendments could not havo beon of
fered? Why theorize about what
might bo if wo know thnt It cannot
bo? Why not go In llko men nnd In
troduce tho resolution, wait for a
ocond. and juhI as soon as possible
movo tho preouB question and mil
toad tho thing tbiough. Such n courBo
would bo far more honorable than
such childish maneuvers as thoso ro
ccntly Indulged In, evldetftiy ''Just to
tako the curse, off."
AT' THE PHOTOPLAYS
At the Logan this foro week, some
thing original In plcturo plays will bo
presented Tho chief attraction being
the CoWDoy nnd fnd Ian 'colouration ro
conllyijfc hold - at Choypnno, Wyo ,
which was attended by Col. Roosevelt
Tho film Is over 3,000 foot long and
will be1 highly Interesting.
The 'Lyric offors that beautiful
comedy drama In pictures, "I'rlscllla'a
kngngoment Kiss," to bo followed by
tho sldo splltltng funnlnsitles "Schultz
ban tho Smnll Pox" nnd "Octtlng Ev'
en." Tho real fcaturo of tho -throe
nights Is "The Outlaw and Child," n
story ot tho great Mojavo desert. Thon
MIfb Lulu Thatcher's splendid voice
will bo henrd In that heaven Inspiring
song, "Tho Holy City."
Tho Oak presents nnothor fine bill
nnd nmoug the numbor Included nro
"Comrades," and "Satan Defeated,"
with tho usunl quota of good laughable
skits between. Miss Orconough Is tho
sweet songster nt this populnr playhouse.
A New Proverb.
No man Is ft hero to his own alarm
clock. Harvnard Lampoon.
Rising and Retiring
Tho Harvard Crimson says It Is
absurd to ring tho college bell at 7
in tho morning, because "many stu
dents find no occasion to rise, so
early." Yes; b.ut how are tho others
to know when to go to bed?
She Playedthe Green.
The attacho ot a Europeau embas
sy was Very much attracted by a
western girl of great beauty and still
greater woalth at a summer resort,
and In. order to Interest her deeply ho
fell Into the habit of discoursing at
length on his family treo and telling
her thnt nnreatry wan of great value
to a mnn.
The girl from the west bad been
brought up In a section ot the country
whece ovory man was accepted for
what he was, and not because ot what
his ancestors had been or done. She'
began to be bored by the attache's
lectures on pedigree.
"Blue blood," ho remarked one day,
"is something not evorybody can
"Oh, yes," she agreed Indifferently;,
"but what's the uau of bluo blood If
you haven't got tho long green?"
I THE HALL OF FAME. I
'f JOHN MARSHALL Known ;J
us "the great chief Justice" of
'V the supreme ?
:, I I court of the 4.
t i full e d 1-
jfe j Slater. Hum $
V dHMH Fa riiuliar ''
i' BBk. . Wfe ptila July il v
Z IBBBBk m is:tr,. in- ::
f Hcrwil In tin-
S ICevnlultimury war. wiih ii iiii-iu- !:'
j heron ho Vlrglnln riiiivt-utlnu to J'
j." ratify the I-oiMtltutioir in I7rts. :,
t wih n United Slule-. envoy 10 V
' l-'nim-o 17117-N, wjh ;i member ;
or congress from Virginia 17l- !?.
ISIM), was xoi-rvtiiry of xlnte 1K00-
V' ISOl mid wiim chief Insllce frmii f.
V 1WI1 until his denth, In IK;.'., a $
. period of thirty-four year?. Mar- '(
5J ahull served as the lie.ul of the 'V
S jMipreuiH court longer tliuii any X.
; ii' in In the hlifliir) of that high i
-. tribunal. X
.THE END OF TUBERCULOSIS !
Early Cost .of Consumption.
Uy AI.IIUUV II, QARVIN.
Tuberculosis occurs, unfortu
nately, n tho tlmo of life when
most people have assumed their
llfo responsibilities, The pro
gresshu casu In whom there Is
neither n personal fault nor u ,
fault in the environment thnt
van lie discovered, w ho -becomes
accldentiUly oterwlielmliigly In
fected, rvpicHviitit a loss of life )
that Is duu'ouly to Infection b. I
(he hm-lllus mill n loss which
need not lime m-enrreif If It Is I
really possible to eniiKc this genu
disease in dls.ippe.ii- We know
that we ran uller ihs situation
according to our knowledge of
jthe dlse.ise and Us iiiituro,-mid '
we cYin correspondingly promise
n liojieful cnillook provided wo
pin 'obtain tin- patient. lu the
t: early singes or ids lnfc-iloii
Hellene mil peisnmil IiIiih t lint
olijei-t- to Hie iiei-eptnuee of the
licn'sstin discipline called the
simple llfo 'iml iciuoio respoiiHl
lilllili-A Hun Hie (luilvut Is nun
hie lo eope wlili, ;tnil he will
Usually gel well
S . LADIES!
n House cleaning has now begun. We do not ask you to use UN, ! '
jj- CLE 8AM'S CLEANSER becaucc It Is A home product, but because i
9 It Is positively the best. See what one of Utah's leading men
jy say of It:
I t I'rovo, Utah.B'eb. 9, 1911."
1 .Mr. Fred Turner, 3C1 South Fifth West. Salt Lake City.' .....
My Dear Sir
In reply to your of tho 8th Inst, it Is my pleasure to speak a
good word for the "Uncle Sam's Cleanser" nnd to unhesitatingly de
claro It to bo tho -host Cleanser-that ever came to our household.
An "Old Time Cleanser" was our favorlto until the arrival of "Un- m
cle Sam's." We tried It on painted woodwork and stone steps with WfC"
better effect thnn wo havo vor obtained from our previous fnvor- '
He. QEO. H. DRIMHALL.
P. 8. The 'following letter was In reply to our Inquiry ns to
hetber or not we could uso tho first ono In a public way.
IProvo, Utah, Feb. 21, 1911.
Mr. Fred Turner, 361 South Fifth WoBt, Salt Lako City, Utah:
ou aro at perfect liberty to mako uso of my letter If you see
fit. I did not write It simply, because your nrtlclo was a homo pro
duct patriotism is not a part of tho motive. "Undo Sam's Clean- i
sor" stands-strictly on Its merits In competition with ovorythlng I I
havo used In flils line. Very truly yours. GEO. II. DRIMHALL. J
It should be remembered that the formula of this leading cloan '
scr has been prepared by the chemists of the Agricultural college
and confirmed by State Chemist Herman Harms of Salt Lake, and is
positively guaranteed not to b Injurious to the hands. Weddings,
blrlh-lay, and Chrlstma. presents are always In order.
UNCLE 8AM-S CLEANSER PREMIUMS.
To Introduco Unclo Sam's Cleanser into ovory homo lu tho
West wo havo to offer premiums of guaranteed plated sllverwaro In
beautiful patterns In exchango for wrappers from our cans. Wo do
not require tho entire wrappor simply tho picture of Unclo Sam
taken from the wrapper.
PREMIUM NO. 1 Ono heavily plated butter knife.- Send 12
WTappers and 12c In stamps to pay for packing and postage.
PREMIUM NO. 2. Ono largo sugar spoon nnd onolmttor knife
Send 24 wrappers and '22c td pay for packing nnd postage. "
PREMIUM NO. 3. Six finely plated teaspoons. Send' 36 -wrap-pers
and 38c ' '.'
PREMIUM NO. 4. Six large tablespoons. Send 48 wrappers
nnd BOc. - ,
PREMIUM NO. 5. Six teaspoons, one butter knife, one' sugnr
spoon. Send 48 wrappers nnd COc. ? '-" i'i.t ,-1
PREMIUM No. 6. Six knives and six forks. Sond 48 wrappers
and COc. , " ' , .
SPECIAL. CLUB OFFER. In localises- where Uncle Sam's
Cleanser Is not sold by grocers " we will prepay frolght nnd ship
It direct In 'quantltled of,. onqhaltcaBo or more'.' Several1 la'dlea in '
.a' town could club together and orderthe, Quantity desfroa. 'file jJrlco
is ten conts a can, and thoro are' 48 canajin a case. " ' I
KIT AND BARREL TRADE. High grade porcelain' iSlshes, 31-
Piece breakfast sot, for, 2.J!0 In cnah jifod labels representing 300
pound purchase. t i s fi ' ' '
42-plcco dinner set for J3.ro cash nod labels representing 400- '
I pound purchase. , . -gend for premiums or club '
UNCLE SAM'S CLEANSER CO. A
2jl South Fifth West QALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
. The giimo of footliiill Is siild lo hnvo
originated with (lie early Celtic Inhab
itants of F.iml.ilul. It Is certainly ns
old as the Christian epi. Tho. giunn
was Immensely (xipulur all Uirough
tho middle njjes ami apppars lo have'
been from the start the name danger
ous thing that It Is today. It was ro
peatcdly censured and opposed by 'tho
nutlioiltles. ami an attmept at lis sup
pression wu.s iiiuiIh under Henry IV.,
Henry VIII. uml F.llxulieth. but the
game' i-olitlnue.l h be plajed until
about llTi.i Revived about the begin-tiln-i
of tin' eighteenth cenlury. It has
since then stemllly grown In opularl
ty and Is today one of tho nlost pop
ular of Kuiil'sh aiia'Anieiieiiii'sports.
X-w V-. -.--.-
What a Jublleo Jt.
Soiui' yeats ago. In-fort' liueou Vic
toria's death ami about the lime that
tho queen's jubilee wils to be celebr.il
ed. the following conversation between
two old Scotchwomen was overlienril
oiio day on it street corner In Loudon:
t'Qan you tell me, w-ummun, whin Is
It they call a JublleoV"
"Well, It's Uals," said her uelglibor.
"When folk bus leen married twenty
five years that's a silver wcddlu' und.
when they havo been married lifty
years flint's a golden wtsldln'. but If
the moil's dead then It's u Julillre."
London Spare Moments.
A Mrry Monarch.
Frederick William I. of Prussia used
to spend muuy hilarious hours ut the
Tobacco did. where his chief delight
was to make bis guests tho butt of his
practical Jokes. A favorlto victim wns
Jacob von Oundllng, un eminent scien
tist, whom on one occasion his majesty
ordered to read nloud certain abusive
articles about himself which Ihn king
bad scut to the dully papers, u lillo by
his side was placed a monkey dressed
In exact Imitation uf ihe professor.
Which hu was touipellit to embrace
as his brother.
Raliei Young to Eat.
The puiadlsu tlsh, ono of the new
wonders of nntural history, raises Its
young to cut. Tho habits of this pecu
liar fish aro also strikingly similar to
those ot u gieat many parents who
show llttlu more consideration for
their offspring. Tho fomnlo drops her
eggs carelubsly anywhere she may bo
and the malo gathers them up and
plnccs them In a bubble nest, which
he blows, and awaits the bntcbltts.
When they are sumcleully grown ho
eats them, liooplug them housod up
until ho neods them. Some or tho lit
tle ones csrape, of course, and nu they
are proline breeders, the specie Is
LOGAN NEXT WEEK
Tho Ldgun thentro ,is announcing
for next Tuesday nnd Wednesdaythe
biggest atractlon of the season ,ln
llio Cowboy nnd Indian Frontier ptc
lures. Those pictures connlsJf, 3,000 'feel
of the greatest moving pictures lu
tho world and w-rophotagrnphed nt
a cost of 135,000, and Include bronco
riding, fancy roping outcsts, star
roping, expert riflo Bhootlng, hitching
and driving wld horses, lady bucking
broncho rldors, squaw races, ladloi
cow pony races, etc.
Colonel Roosevelt travoled 3,000 ,.
miles to review nnd participate, in
THE SECRET j
OF WEALTH J
"The bin Is filled
with little grains - .
And riches grow y
from little gains '4
If you want to grow wealthy
you must save your money in or
der to be able to take advantage
of the business lind Investment
opportunities that sooner or la
ter will surely present themselv'jc.
Prosperity dates from the first
dollar saved. '
Nine-tenths of the big fortunes
had their beglnnlgs In smallsav.
A savings account Is a storage '
battery charged with the current i
of success. ir
The lack of money Is the root
of much evil.
4 Per Cent Paid
Thatcher Bros, Banking Go.
L Capital And Surplus, 1