Thursday. April 20, 1911. , , . H
' THE LOQAN REPUBLICAN. PAGE THREE 'H
Pictures Showing Scenes at Waist Factory
Fire Horror In the Heart of New York City
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Photographs copyright by Amerlcnn Press Association, 1011.
i Investigations with n view to fixing the blaiuo for the horrible shirt wulst factory lire lu Now York city late Sat-
urday afternoon" hnve been net on foot. It Is the belief of tho district attorney that.crlmlnnl negllgenco caused the
j Ore, which resulted In the deaths of H2 persona, mostly girls und young women waist operatives, and the Injury of
. many more. Tho ten story bulldlug ut tho northwest corner of Washington placo nnd Greene street, only hnlf a block
i from historic Washington square, Is of the modern fireproof construction, yet the flro lu the threo upper floors, all
I occupied by the wulstinakers, Hpread so rapidly that scores of the victims choso doth by Jumping from the win-
Idows rather than roast to death Inside. Tho inflammable mntorlal for making waists and tho furnishings of tho
plant wero destroyed, the building Itself being left practically Intact savo for the burning of tho planking covering
tho concrete floors aud tho woodwork nround tho windows. In tho Illustration the upper picture shows the condi
tion of tho eighth floor, where the fire started, nfter tho flamos died down.
Ilyrum, April 19. Last Saturday,
the Second ward baseball foam play
ed tho boys'from the First ward. It
was an interesting game Iron', start
to finish, although tho Second ward
boys playod a much better- game, tlm
umpire decided In favor of their op
ponents. Next Friday tho regular Ily
rum team will meet tho I). Y. C.
bunch on the Ilyrum field, nnd on
Saturday tho Second ward team will
play Providence on tho Provldonco
After a fow days' stay in Ilyrum,
Miss Anaboll Mcintosh roturned to
Salt- Lako City.
Elders Austin Allen nnd Leo Nel
son return homo from tho mission
field last Saturday. Both boys wero
full of tho gospel truth nnd sermons
wore delivered by thom in' tholr ward
meeting houso last Sunday ,
Mr. A. J. ctcrson has rcurncd from
Bliss, Idaho, whero he has been'
Dr. Thomas, our local dentist, Is
very busy thoso spring days. He had
a hurry up call to make to Wellsvlllc.
When ho reached tho town ho was
surprise to find It was a boy with on
ly tho toothache.
Tho Thorpo Brotbors aro plastering
tho now tithing office,
fftjfc . Mr. Train Hargravos was In Ilyrum
Portuguese Burial Custom,
They have an unusuul modo of burial
In Portugal. Instead of tho headstones
and monuments of tho graveyards of
other countries tho cemetery of Lisbon
shows rows and rows of tiny chapels
ranged In long avenues bordered br
Tho Portuguese nro reluctant to bury
their dead out of sight, and theso
chapels servo, ns mortuaries for tho cof
fins, which aro placed on tho shelves
within. Through tho Iron grills tho
eyo discerns small altars nnd flowers,
gleaming through tho subdued light of
tho Interiors. Manchester Courier.
Do not be afraid of spoiling any
one with kindness. It can't be
done. Instead of spoiling it beau
tifies the character, cheers the heart
and helps to raise the burden from
shoulders which, though brave,
sometimes grow very tired. Let
not a little coldness frighten you
away, for under a frigid exterior
-there it always to be found a ten
der chord wliich is to be touched
Travel and Self.
Tfds Is tho charm of travel-to keep
up the feeling of strangeness to the
end. never to tnko things for grouted
or let thom grow stale, to ceo them fll
ways as though ono had never men
them before. Then nnd only then win
wo see things as they really ore. When
1 become cosmopolitan, world old.
blase, when I think nnd speak In nil
languuges, I shall fly U some deserted
Island to study tho last, most Impene
trable enigma myself. From "Tho
Itomuncu of tho Commonplace," by
Self Raising Fame.
At tho request of tho new lecturer
tho driver of tho sight seeing wagon
stopped on every trip before mi old
faBhloned three story brick bouse near
Washington squure, where the lecturer
bawled through tho megaphone:
"This Is the birthplace of William
That statement brought n pu-rlcd
look Into the fares of pus-tpiireiN hut
the lecturer's Impressive mitiiu r hv-mI
them Into silence, mid nobody pn up
spunk enough ti. ask questions. Hut
one dny the driver mild In a miiliiVii
tin I whisper-
"rfc'.v, Jin. win In lliiii.ilcr 1 4 IiIk
Wllllum ll-.-v.xl MM'v'l mi.-m.vv
":." -lt (!! ! nin-r N. w Vol!.
Pay as llttln nttontlon to discour
agements as posslblo. Plow ahead as
a ste' cr docs, rough or smooth, rain
or r " To carry your cargo and
mnl.r our port Is tho point Maltblo
FROM HYDE PARK
Hyde Park, April 17. Funeral sor
vices were held over tho remains of
tho 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Burgess, from tho rosldenco
today at 2 p. m. Tho houso was crowd
ed with frlonds and sympathizers of
tho family. Tho speakers woro Georgo
Z. Lamb, Bishop Joseph Weston of
Lakotown. Suol E. Lamb, H. W. Han
coy, Wm. A. Seamons, J. W. D. Hur
rcn, Ilosll H. Hydo and Bishop Charles
O. Hydo. Tho choir sang "T;ho Resur
rection Morn," "I Need Theo Every
Hour," and "Our Everlasting Friend,"
Tho Invocation was offered by Coun
cilor Lorenzo Poterson and tho bono
diction pronounced by Stophen Thurs
ton. Twenty-sovcn vehicles followed
tho remains to tho comotory. Tho twin
sister to tho deceased has boon qulto
sick nnd Is now imitroving. Tho sym
pathy of tho whole community goes
out to Brother nnd Sister Burgess In
Operations upon the waterworks
ceased last week, pending tho nrrlval
of tho wood piping. It is now horo and
distributed along tho line. Work will
bo resumed tomorrow. Mrs. Jackson,
who had a cancer removed from her
face April 7th, was able to return
homo on tho lBth. Hor progress thus
far has been marvolous.
Boot planting Is now the ordor of
tho day with tho farmers.
. Wallace Walto had a llvoly runa
way last week. Ho hitched a horso
unusod to single drlglng to a cart; tho
horso became frightened nt a pig on
tho street nnd ran away .throwing Mr.
Walto out nnd breaking both shafts of
tho cart. Quito a number of our poo
plo attendod tho Easter services hold
In Logon Tabernacle Sunday last.
Orecn -1 understand his wife has
Po.n' Ho understands It, also.
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Tho kidneys need help.
Thoy'ro overworked can't gut tho
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Thoyro getting worso every mlnuto.
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noy complaint for years nnd wns un
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Bank for Children.
To amuse children, ns wall rb to
teach thom to savo ruonoy, a Connecti
cut man has patented a bank into
which a figure of a goat butts a coin
placed In a slot In a llfollke manner.
Not So Much Gas, Quv'nor.
Householder I don't so much mind
you taking the silver, but I can't af
ford to have nil tho gas Jots turned
on full. Tho gas bills aro big enough
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The Sound 8leep of Good Health
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ailment that prevents It Is a menace
to health. J. L. Southors, Eau Claire,
Wis., says: "I havo been unnblo to
sloop soundly nights, bocauso of pains
across my back and coroncss of my
kldnoys, and my general condition
was much run down. I hnvo boon tak
ing Foley Kldnoy Pills but a short
thno and now sleep as sound as a
rock. I know that Foley Kldnoy Pills
havo cured mo." Coop Drug Co.
THAT OLD CHAIR IN THE ATTIC.
Not used becauso of Its dolapldatod
appearance still not telegatod to the
ash heap or fed to tho furnnco, bo
causo of tho tender memories sur
rounding it "Grandfather's chair"
can bo trpnsformod Into a beautiful
plcco of furnlturo fit to graco any
room in tho houso an antique It's
but ono of tho many things in your
homo that you can renew with our
paints and stains.
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Union lllock to North Min 8tr.-
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THE LOGAN HIDE AND JUNK
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Bell Tel. 41011. Ind 212M
Wall Papor, Paints and paint sup
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repair, call ut came place.
Bod sprlug stretching a specialty.
Difference In Yells.
A mother has to yell half a doion
times to make hr boy start, but ono
yoll of the boy will maJu overy moth
er In the neighborhood start. -
Foloy Kidney Pills contains In con
centrated form Ingredients of estab
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lief nnd euro of nil kldnoy nnd bladdor
nllmonts nnd urinary Irregularities. Fo
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Co-op Drug Co.
In tho District court, Cache County,
Ilyrum B. Anderson, plaintiff, vb.
May It. Edwards, Jennings Edwards,
Fhrls Edwnrds, Robert Edwards, Paul
Edwards, J. W. Anderson, administra
tor of tho estato of Samuel Anderson,
deceased, and James H. Nielsen, do-
To ho sold nt shorlff's sale on the ;H
29th day of April, 1911, at 12:00 ,M
o'clock noon of snld day, at tho front
door of the court house In I-ognn City, IH
All that portion of lot 4, block 19, fl
plat "A," Ilyrum City survey, do- H
scribed as follows: Bcglnnlg at a point
3 rods west of tho southeast carnor of 'H
said lot, and running west on Mala H
Btreot 66 feet; thence north 8 rods, ,
thenco cast C6 feet; thence south S 'H
rods to plnco of beginning. iH
Also a joint Interest, with others la ;H
and' to tho uso of 12 foot of land ta '
width, extending nlong nnd ndjolnlne 1
tho north cud of tho abovo described H
land, and continuing in a westerly di- !
rcctlon to tho street lino on First .
West street, ns a right of way for a M
wagon road. H
N. W. CROOK8TON, H
Sheriff Cncho Count, Utah. ,H
J. C. Wnlters, attornoy. H
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