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Hj tf WIDE SIX E L0GAN REPUBLICAN Thursday, March 28, 1912
I ' 1ITAHNS TO COMPETE IN THE GREAT
I ; BftiLOON RACESTO BE HELD IN JUNE
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H'. j Sat Lake City, March 20. Louis
i 1 1 Til McCornlck, secretary t tho Salt
5 Hake JUalJoon club, will rood notify
H Ixinlo W. Shousc, secretary of tho
Hftf JJ&uetn City Halloon club, that tho
H ' Salt Xako organization will compoto
H Ja J hit elimination contests to bo nold
H, fJtxl.Juiio for tho purpoxi) ot select-
HL 1'i'C Jthreo crows that mo to toko
Httt part In tho International rnjo at
Hi .SUitlj;art. Germany, October 27.
H- "It In cbanco wo have boon look-
HJr , iag inr," snld Mr. McComilck, "and it
HJJ .!ftSUr.clory arrnngemonlH can bo
HBg' ' in.-ulc or financing the tilp, wo shall
HJy iccrtaluly enter Uio contest."
HJ; i Krcurdlng preparations lor tho race
HJ IMi: MrCormlck sold tho members or
HJ he local club would begin ma&iug
HJ JIlRhls at an early date, probably late
HJ .nifcxt moil tb, nnd that If tbero Is lu-
HJ ( .snlfJclivnt iltno In which to qualify
HJ t' .ncrnburs an ranking pIlolH u profos-
H ' KfoiiAii jillot would bo secured with ono
HJ t nr two club members as aides. Mr.
HJ f UMcttonnlck will write at onco to tho
HJ ! 3.eadrniarterB of tho Aero Club ot
Hi iAmexlzxx In New York for full pnrtluu-
HM Tan- 38 to tho requirements for thlB
HM ' Mx-jvUCormlck has also rccolvod an
HM I -.ttnruuuicomcul of ...u prizes to be
H I snwnriled winners ot tho Gordon lien-
HJ snet rup offered for tho International
HJ into at Stuttgart. Tho eash prizes
HJ nro wild to bo tho largest over offer
Hm cd In connection with this cup rate
HJ ' vtnil nro iib followti: First $2000; Be-
M winiWIC7G; third, $1325; fourth, oo
SIfUi. J7G0; sixth. $G00; seventh, 1250.
HJ I Tii a Lnloons will be taken from .io
HJ Qcrmon frontier to Stuttgart nnd In-
HJ cured -whllo In Gcrmaio b. tho Wuur
Hm tferoburg club, under the auspices ot
HM which tho race will bo glu'ii.
HJ I1 imn gas nnd labor for filling tho
Hi GaXiooTiB 'will bo furnished by tho club,
H t snnd each pilot will bo allowed an in
HJ ' eieriiretor dining bin stay In Qorulnuy.
HJ Tho clubs that nro expected to en-
HJ tier Uio nntloual raco to uunllfy for
HJ CEe bigger raco nro those of St. Louis
HJ i Kansas City, New Yorl. CL'velnml,
HJ f ina Salt Luke t:?y and probably
Hi Lieutenant II. Eugene Honeywell
RECEIPTS FALL OFF"
h EXPENSES INCREASE
HJ ' ! "Official loturns for the mouth of
HJ ' January received by the lnterstuta
H . Cuniincrco Commission up to Mai oh
HJ i JL-tUi, covering about 'Jl! per cent or
H ho steam railway mileage of tho
H country, show that the total operui-
H . Inj; rovcuues for that mouth weio
HI pfOil.l 13,1 18, aud tho openitliig oxpen-
H jica Jir3,l'il.tbl. In comparison with
HJ -January, 1 ill, this Is a 'lecroaso ot
HJ 32,515,141) In operating levjnucs a:nl
H im lnricasc of $1,205,871 In opcr.U-
1 I Net operating revenue amounted to
H I it,2ai,02u, which Is less than for
HJ .yanuitry, 11)11, by $7,01)2,021), This U
H ' sin uiveriiKO decreasa ot $1M per mllo
Hi f ilno fur tho month, or ir per cent;
H toad mi a v erago dociease per mllo for
HJ umcU alay ot tho mouth ot $1.11, tho
B met aiu(ratlng ruvenues averaging
Hb 4CJ!r 3cr mllo per day in January,
rl13 if- compared with $7.:',7 for
HJ Jan.uarx 1911. Tho deereaso was
HJ vinaHt jwrloua In tho south, where It
B iounnunicd to nineteen ami lour-touths
m jper icciit; almost as serious in tho
HJ IvKcflt, iv hero It amounted to' bovoii-
Hi tteon .and sovon-tcnths per cent; in
Hi Uio JCoat it was ten and seven tenths
Hi spar .cent. Thcso net operating ro-
M meuues nro gross profits, out of which
B iinuut uimo taxes, rentals, interest on
Hi 1xnidn, appropriations for bettormonts
HJ ;.ind dividends.
HJ 'a'nxcs lot Januury umuuntod to
H ;y3,T.7:i,S37, an avcrngu ot $42 per mile.
H "XJioso results for January summar-
H ftzo Jtor nil tho railways per mllo ot
H 'Jliie for tho month as follows: Total
ft p-i rating revenues decreased 2.8 per
B ccnt; topcratlng oxpeiiBcs Increased
B' tU3 .per cent; net operating rovonuea
HJ U.-creaeed 15 por rent; tn'.'fl tncn-ns
HJ .-a 11.7 per cent.
HJ TClio foregoing compilations aro ta-
HJ Vtcn from tho summary ot rovonuea
HJ tuntl uxpenses of tho railways for Jim-
HJ uiacy issued by tho Bureau ot 11 all-
HE' wvuy Kconomlcs. Tills summary also
H (Htatcu Unit tho net operating rovonuo
H ,;pcr .mile ot lino for January, 1911,
H, -v. 1 -par cent loss than for Juuuuiy
H itOlO. Thcrotoro, tho arerago net
HJ , tfjjKiratlng rovonuo per mllo for Junu-
H sirx. 31)12. was over ono-flfth less
Hi .lliuii tor Januaiy, 1910.
B, iLAND SALE EXCURSION
HR ( To Twin Falls, Idaho. Thursday,
HB iMirch 28, Vor rates and particulars
Bt ( sskDreon Short Lllio Agent.
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of Kansas City, who was tho pilot
who conducted tho balloon "Salt Lake
City" on Its Initial trip last summor
has just completed a new racing bal
loon, mndo of sllverlzod silk. Ho will
uso this batoon in tho national raco,
In which ho will represent Kansoa
Somo wonderful Improvements nro
being mndo at tho Cacho Valley Con
donBCd Milk company's works at -
gan Blnce thoy wcro taken over ny
tho Dordcn company of Now York.
Ou ot tho first objects hid In Iew
by tho Uordcn people, according to
f,c Ortcnt madt. ' v i::t,v u J. Owen
the Uordcn representative here, U
to render nil factories taken over
undor their control ns sanitary hs
iik tan possibly b i,).nli. uiiu to in
duco nnd etiforco cleanliness In all
employees nnd among nil dairies sup
pljlng their concerns with irilllo It
Is an open fnct, says Mr. Owen, that
tho standards set aud observed In
tho llordon factories and dairies nro
far abovo state and national require
ments. Tho big company alms to
produco tho cleanest nnd most health
ful output that Is possible undor tho
most scrupulous methods.
Alrondy the work of tho Uordcn
peoplj Is highly appreciated by tho
farmers niul dairymen of Cacho Val
ley, declares Mr. Owen. Thoy have
toLclved such vnluablo instruction 'ind
help In their work that thoy are now
gladly cooperating with tho compuny
In tho effort to multo ot tho Logan
Aiiicjin ono ot tiij u.i.'m cc.idcnnol
milk Institutions in tho United Staes,
both as to quantity and quality of out
put. Tho Uordcn company Ife an Inimon
so factor In tho milk and cream In
dustry of tho country. It bundled
last year 1,250,000,000 pounds of milk,
mo number of cows supplying this
mammoth quantity of milk was 250,
i'i';, pproxlmatoi'. Theio wero 12,
000 farmers engaged in tho work of
furnishing milk to tho factories, tht-io
being 140 plants located In thirteen
different states. Calculated in cans,
tho condensed milk turned out reach
ed a total ot 300,000,000 cans, 7000
employees In the factories being ne
cessary to do tho work. In tho do
livery ot the milk to the plants, 4000
horses and 2500 vehicles wero utiliz
ed, nnd 1,000,000 pounds of ico wero
usod daily during tho summer mon
ths to koep tho milk cold In transit.
In tho Inspection of dairies and hords
In order to bring them up to the
llordon standard ot sanitary excel
lence, tho company spent tho sum ul
,215,000 Inst year.
In tho wotk ot cleaning up at the
l.ogan plant, tho company Is putting
n clean gravel drlvos, cement walks,
.tone ci'rblngs and lawns, about the
plr.te. L.ilriea supplying milk to tho
factory are periodically scored ns to
xcellonce, and llo icsu t of this
i g Is mm'c Kit i i . th dalrv
ii.i. -.. that toy nut) ki-nv wh'Klu
they may Impiovo In the list. This
priti (.1' tho work Is ino.'ll. appreciated
nnd Is said to bo making for hotter
dairy conditions nil nround. Salt
CATERERS ASKED TO
SERVE UTAH FOODS
Salt Lake City, Mar. 2C What can
bo done in tho way ot putting up
meals composed entirely ot Utah-produced
foodstuffs may bo demonstrat
ed by local cafes, cafeterias, restau
rants nnd ratskollors during tho week
or April 1 to G.
A commlttoo composed ot twenty
four ladlo3 Is now making tho rounds
ot nil those caterors, requesting them
to exercise their Ingenuity In this
rspect, in ordor tht peoplo may lotrn
that tho best ot good things to cat
aro thoso produced right hero at
homo. They began with tho stoward
of tho Hotel Utah and ar going
right down tho lino, n I muni not to
n.Iss a food caterer Ir all tho town.
Mcadamos Mario Dowmuu aud Lily
Wolstenholmo are Joint chairmen of
this commlttoo and thoy proposo to
too tho work dono as completely as
faithful scrvlco can accomplish It.
Not only Is this work bolng dono in
this city, but letters nro bolng sont
to women members ot tho Utah Homo
Industry association throughout tho
state, urging them tol conduct a sim
ilar campaign in their respective-towns.
MAY ESTABLISH NEW
Mlllwaukeo, Wis., March 27. Tho
prospectB of tho establishment ot new
. boot sugar factories Ib attracting wide
attention, owing to the danger of tho
passage ot tho democratic bill pro
viding for tho removal ot the tariff
on sugar, but nowhere Ig tho dan
ger appreciated greater than In Wis
consin, for It (a s at a Milwaukee
conference a fow days ago that C. C.
Hamlin of Colorado Springs, chair
man of tho executive committee ot
the United States Uoct Sugar Indus
try, made his declaration (hat the
democratic bill would throttlo the
bret sugir Industry, prevent the
building of new factories at a cost
ot $25,000,000 and tho expenditure of
$25,000,000 a year In the purchase or
beets from farmers. The free sugar
plan of the democrats, he said, would
glvo the sugar trust a monopoly ot
tho Industry, and he hlntod in no
mild form that onco given a monopoly
md with tho beet sugar Industry de
stroyed tho tower prices under the
tariff would bo only temporary. Last
) car's experience when sugar mount
ed to 8 nnd 9 cents a pound in some
rnrtB of tho country when tho beet
sugar output for tho year was con
sumed, was only an Instance of what
might happen with thesugar trust i.i
control of tho Industry.
Mr. Hamlin's statement which wus
made for tho Independents of tho
country, 90 per cent, of whom aro
represented In tho association for
which lis spoko wns as follows:
"If the tariff Is cut the farmers wh;
ralso sugar beets will bo tho most
Immcdlato auffcrors. Tho retention
ol the prcsont duly will mean the
Investment ot millions In now fact
ories. "Tho people generally are wholly
Ignorant of tho sources of thoso at
tacks. Tho agitation Is wholly In
spired by tho Now vork refiners and
importers of foreign raw sugar, who
uco their business monnced by the
competition of beet sugar, tho Inter
ests usually known as the sugar trust.
"Every refiner who testified be
fore tho Hardv.Ick committee and
jirnctlcally all tho refiners on tho
eastern seaboard did testify, expres
sed themselves in favor of free sugar
or, at leaBt, a drastic cut in the pre
sent duty; and all testified that their
reason for desiring tho removal or
l eduction of duty was duo V) the
fact that tho beet sugar Industry was
menacing tho monopoly which tnoy
"John Ai buckle, the coffee king,
Is ono ot the most vociferous advo
cates of Jreo sugnr. Tho tostlmony
of Mr. Jamison, ono of his partners,
Is significant In testifying in favor
of free sugar and giving his reasons
why he favored the same, ho said that
It was on acount of tho beet product.
Mr. Jamison further said: 'If thoro
was no duty I do not think tho beet
would bo so prosperous nnd we would
probably sell moro Bugar if It (the
duty) was removed, I mean.' Ho waB
only onn of ninny who testified along
tho same lines.
"Mr. Arbucklo may bo a philanthro
pist so far as sugar Is concerned, but
bis record with regard to ccffco can
scarcely bo looked upon ns a guaran
tee In this direction. Cofteo hBb
doubled In price In a very short time
and that It has doubled Is due to
the monopoly enjoyod by a few men.
L'cstioy tho competition v.nch tho
letincis have to moot en account ot
tho domestic beet production and
what guarantee has tho consumer
that a like monopoly will not bo es
tablished In sugar?
"We aro now producing about C0U,
COO tons of beet sugar per annum.
Wero tho Industry permitted to grow
this amount would bo doubled within
a reasonable time and the consumer
would rcceivo tho benefit. In addi
tion to this, tho Incidental advantages
of our agrlculluie can not bo magni
fied. After a careful study of tho
Industry In Iowa, Mr. Wallace, In an
article recently published In Wal
lace's Farmer reached the dollbcrato
conclusion that 'the culture ot sugar
beet as It spreads will revolutionize
the agriculture of tho northorn pmt
of tho corn belt' nnd If it Is true of
this section it Is true of the wheat
belt of Minnesota and tho Dakotns
and all that great agricultural Boctlon
extending from Pennsylvania west
ward to tho Pacific, which, according
to tho reports of our department of
agriculture is adapted to tho produ
tlon ot Bugar bcots.
"If this Industry Is destroyed It will
bo because our people are Ignorant
ot Its Importance as related to our
agricultural and Industrial develop
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
ESTATE AND PERSONAL
In the District Court of the first Judi
cial District, In and For the County
of Cache, State of Utah.
In tho matter of the estnto ot Sami;-.l
Notlco Is horeby given that In pur
stmnto of uh order of the- Distrkt
Court of tho First Judicial D-lstr,..'
or the Stato of Utah, In and for tho
County of Cache, made, and entered
on tha9th dny or March, A. D. 1912,
In tho matter of the estate of Samuei
Matkln, deceased, the undersigned
administrator ot said cseate, will soli
at privatj salo upon tho following
terms: Cash, upon confirmation b
sold Court, on or r,:kcr the 3rd day ot
.April, 1912, the following described
real estate and personal property be
longing to tho estate of said deceas
ed, and situated In Hyde Park Pre
cinct, County of Cache, Stato of Utah
to-wlt: beginning at a point forty
140) rods north of the eouthvvcbi
:r,rner of the South-wes quarter of
-section Nino (9) Township Twelve
H2) North of Ilango One (I) East ot
tho Salt Lake- Morldlan, United Stat
es survoy, thence east forty (40) rods
thenco North thirty-nine (3V) rods,
thjnco west forty (10) rods; thence
rfoUth thlrty-nlnc (39) rods to the
ilace of beginning and containing
Nino (9) acres and One hundred
twnety (120) rods.
AIbo, the South one half (1-2) of
'ot Two (2), Ulock Eight (8) Plot
"U", Hyde Park Farm Survoy, and
situated In Section Three (3) Town
ship Twelve (12) North ot RaAo
Ono (1) East ot the Salt Lake Merid
ian. Also, Lot Eight (8) Ulock Twelve
121 fiat "A" Hyde Paik Townslte
Survey, containing Ono and 11-1 GO
(1-U-lCO) acres and situated In the
.Section Throe (3), Tcvushlp Twolv
'12) North of Range One (1) East
of th; Salt Lake Meridian.
And vriiten bids will be received
y the Administrator, Thomas Mat
kln, at his lusidence lu Hyde Paik
Cacho County, Utah.
Dated this 14th day ot March, 1912.
PROBATh AND GUARDIANSHIP
Coiiaul! I 'twill) I'leik r llir ltcpet
lltM Sinner? for furll.er InfoniiMlon
In the District Court, Probate Division
In and for Cache County, Stat ot
In the Dltftrtil i.'uuri uf tin Kli.l .li.
must District of tht- Sl.ile of L'lnt,
In and for the Count) of Caiiie
NOTICE TO CREDITOR8
Estate of Anuls A. Chantrill, de
coascd. Creditors will present claims with
6uchcrs to the undersigned at his
residence in Dcnson, Cache Counts u
Utah, on or beforo tho 13th day ol
July A.D. 1912.
Dato of first publication, March
12th, A. D. 1912.
JAMES CHANTIULL, Jr.,
J. C. WALTERS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Esther L. Chccketts, de
ceased. Creditors will piesent claims with
vouchers to the undei signed at his
residence nt, Wells vllle, Utah, on or
before the 13th dny of July, A. I).
Dato Of first publication Mnr-'h '
12th A.D. 1912.
JAMES ALLEN LEISHMAN.
JAMES C. WALTERS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In tht nutter of the Estate of Thomnf
Crcdllois will prcscut claims with
vouchers to the undersigned ol his
office nt I.ognti Utah, on or before
the 25th day o July, A. D. 1912.
Date ot First publication Murcn
23rd, A. D. 1912.
LAW & HARRIS
Attorneys. a' 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in the Matter of the Estate of Yoan
H. Lewis, Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned at his
)fflce on North Malr itreet, I,ox.ij,
Utah, on or before the 17th day jl
July, A. D. 1912.
Date of first publication 16 day of
March, A. D. 1912.
A. A. LAW.
LAW & HARRIS,
For live news read the Republican
Wheat comes Into tho mills and to
the rivers and railways of Manchuria
from almost incredible distances. In
the winter, when the rough, ungraded
roads are frozen hard and smooth, the
natives haul wheat tor 200 miles, in
tome case by meant of a heavy, two
wheeled cart drawn by four to eight
mule. Lona trains of these carta,
traveling together for protection and
companionship at nlfht, can be seen
on tho main highways all winter and
are the moat picturesque feature of
Hoodooed J4r Hair. pi
Another black mark has been f!
chalked down against number thlr- 'i
"1 did up my hair the other night In
curt papers torn from an old calen
dar," said the pretty girl, "and In the
morning when I took It down I had a
row of beautiful curls all around my
head except right over the left tem
ple. That lock was as straight as a
lead poncll. and I had dampened It
with lemon Juice Just llko all the oth
ers, but when I unrolled the paper I
found out why It wouldn't curl. The
page I had twlstedlt over wns the
thirteenth ot tho month."
Merely Moral Effect.
"Some o' dese reformers," said Un- '
tie llasberry, "makes mo think of
Rnstus Plnkloy's dog. I says to Mm,
'Rastus,' I says, is dat dog good fob
rals?' An' ho says, 'No; he's mighty
bad foh rats." 'Does ho ketch 'em nn'
kill 'em7' 'No,' says 'Rnstus; 'he
don't ketch 'em, ner he don't kill 'em.
tint if they comes foolln' nround him
he'll mighty near skeer 'era to
death.'" Washington Star. ,
Pieces for Quilt.
I have found the following method
of cuttl'ig pieces tor a quilt to be a
saving ofvtlmo and labor, says a con
tilbutor to Ncedlceruft. Have the pat
tern cut from cardboard and a piece
of beeswax pressed on each corner;
then press tho bit of cloth to tho pat
tern, cut It out, remove It, and you
ar ready for tho next without tho
trouble or putting In and taking out
Little Marjorle at Church,
I.lttlo Marjorle went with her moth
er to church on the night the minis
ter baptized a convert by Immersion.
As soon as the ceremony was over
tho little girl leaned over to her
mother and said In an excited whisper,
'Mamma, do they drown some one
here ever' Sunday?"
o , i
'" Credit Societies. "C
Tbccro are now 3,466 urban and " '
rural co-operative credit societies In
India, with a membership of 226,958
sod a working capital of $3,442,580, of
which only $240,590 Is contributed by'
the government These figures repre
sent the work of about seven years.
Th Duke'a Dream.
The duke of Devonshire, who passed
away somo years ago, once said to a
Jrlend: "Yesterday I went to sleep,
and I dreamed that I was addressing
the house of lords, and when I awoke
I found I was addressing the house of
lords." London Telegraph.
Not Worth Five.
"Marry moT" said the duke. "Out,
duke," responded tho heiress, "I feel
somewhat committed to the count"
"Have no regrets on that score. I
gave tho count a flve-dollar note and -bought
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