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EIGHT PAGES LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY UTAH, SATURDAY, MAY J 8, J9J2 TENTH YEAR II
UTAH REPUBLICANS STAND SOLID FOR RENOMINATE
PLEDGE THEIR DELEGATES TO WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
Large And Enthusiastic Gathering Applauds The Nation's
Chief and Stands For His Renomination. Strong Resolu
tions Adopted. Congressional Delegation Given Vote of
Confidence. Alfalfa Club Wields The Big Stick. Peace
And Harmony After Adjournment.
Men who will cast the 'Republican state of Utah's v'oto lu
Chicago to renominate President William Howard Taft:
UNITED STATES SENATOR REED SMOOT, Provo, Utah Couoty.
UNITED STATES SENATOR GEORGE SUTHERLAND, Salt Lake
City, Salt Lake County.
CONGRESSMAN JOSEPH HOWELL.Logan, Cache County. -GOVERNOR
WILLIAM SPRY, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County.
JACOB JOHNSON, Spring City, Sanpete County.
COLONEL C. E. LOOSE, Provo, Utah County.
JAMES M. PETERSON, Richfield, Sevier County.
CHARLES R. HOLLINGSWORTH, Ogden, Weber County.
4 Colonel Loose was a Itoosevelt supporter at the state conven
tion, but authorized a statement that he w,duld follow the convention's
Instruction and vote In Chicago for President Taft.
- ALTERNATES -.J ', ; '
LORENZO N. STOHL, BrlgUain City, Box Elder County. .
WILLIAM D. SUTTON, Pary City, Summit County. t ."
WILLIAM GLASMANN, Ogden Weber County'. ' '" '
THOMAS W. O'DONNELL, Vernal. Uintah County. '
JOHN WALSH, Farmlngton, Davis County. ' )s'f i
JOHN D. DIXON, Provo, Utah County.
D. R. M'DONALD, Price, Carbon County.
ROBERT WELSH, Morgan City, Morgan County.
Tho Republicans of Utah, In Slate
Convention at Provo last Wednesday
declc-ed for William Howard Taft for
PreslJcnt by electing I'ghl delegates
Instructed to vote for his renomination
at the national convention in Chicago
next month. Cheers from more than
MO throntB rocked tho walls of the
Provo opera house as the convention
t adopted tho report of tho committee
T Jjkon platform and resolutions wli.ch
pledged tho Utnh delegation to tho
President and left no doubt of tho
slate's alleglanco to Mr. Taft, its
Tho convention wub rich In enthusl
asm and buoyant predictions of a He
publican victory In the fall,- with
Taft as tho leader of tho party; und
pleasant recollections or tho glories of
the party In tho past ran through ths
busy day llko a refrain.
Of surprises there wero some, and
not he least of these came to ibo
delegation from Salt Lake county
with tho so-called "cow counties" as
the practical Joker.
The delegates arrived early and at
onco repaired to tho convention halt.
Secretary of tho State Commltteo Mr.
H L. Cummlngs read the official call.
..Heavy Demand for the Fifty-One
JVIembers of Senior
There will bo graduated from the
' Utah Agricultural Collego on Tuesday,
May 28th, fifty-one young men and
women representing tho departments
of Agriculture, Homo Economics, Cen
tral Science, Commerce nnd Mechanic
Arts. Tho heaviest graduation la In
Aprlculturo, Horticulture being tho
most popular subject with elovon
Kraduates. Agronomy second with six
J'raduates, Animal Husbandry with
three graduates, Mechanic Arts 'vlth
one graduate Thoro will bo ten
Graduates in Commerce, ten in Gen
eral Science and eight graduating
from the Homo Economics course.
Iractlcally everyone of theaj flfty-oue
men and womon who desired ompio
lenient havo secured such In Utah or
rcleowhere. Several of those boat
Qualified In certain branches of usil
cultural study havo had two opportuni
ties for employment. Threo havo
accepted work in tho federal sorvlco
a agricultural exports. Five will go
in the employ of tho Stato ns agricul
tural expert, and ono as Instructor
In domestic art. Presldon; L. A.
Stevens cf the student body organize
''on whe will bo graduated this year,
"as .incepted tho principal' tip of the
Contlnuod on Page 7.
and Introduced State Senator Carl A
Cadger as temporary chairman of the
Senator Hadger delivered a master
ly nnd most' timely address, reviewing
the matchless record of the Republi
can party since Its organization, and
tho record of William Howard Tuft
ut President of thc'Urilted States dur
ing tho past four years! Mr. Cadger
,spol;o In part as follows:
.'Mucli- of tho controversy In this,
campaign swings nround the word
"progressive," used variously In com
mendutlon or In condemnation. Tho
Republican party us an organization
has always been progressive from tho
time of Hnmllton, whoso Ideas end
doctrines wore largely adopted by
tho Immortal president, George Wash
ington, down to this day of tho ad
mlnlstrtalon of tho progressive, Wil
liam H. Taft. (Applause).
It was Republican progresslveuess
that led Abraham Lincoln to declnre
against slavery und for liberty. II
wns Republican progrcsslveness that
prompted a great Republican states
man to frame the Sherman antl-triist
law against great business combina
tions that aimed to stlfio competition.
It wns Republican progressiveness
that waged a Just and righteous war
against Spanish tyranny and oppres
sion a war which placed the name
of tho sainted William McKlnloy high
In tho world's history. It was Re
publican progrcsslveness that inspired
promotion of peaco for all tho world
by William Howard Taft (repeated
Follow delegates, lot 'us stand for
u square denl. It was Republican
progrcsslveness that led Theodore
Roosevelt (great applause) to promote
and sign n bill against, child labor,
and to advocate other great and
good public measures. "-
Proof of Progress.
It was Republican progrcsslvoucss
that caused President Taft to urge
tho Incomo tax, a bureau of com
merco nnd labor, tho direct election
of United States senators by the
peopio, the world's peace, and to
negotiate with Grent Orltaln and
Franco tho splondld arbitration treat
ies. God hates a man who Is ncownrd
and who' will straddle, and It can
not bo said against Mr. Taft that ho
is nfrald or Is vacillating. Seo his
history on every great question his
treatment of tho mnttor of a world
peace, In which ho seeks to make It
unnocessnry for tho peopio of I ho
nntionn of tho enrth Lo bear the bur
den of great armaments. This groit
act probably has overshadowed all
clsrt that Ills administration has done.
Ho has preserved peaco in South
America under trying conditions He
has so dealt with Japan that tho
lurid nightmares which have nnuu-
Continued on pago 8
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WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT.
As an advocate of peace, as a friend
of the people, as an honest administra
tor of the law, as a dignified, able and
conscientious president and, above all,
as a true friend of Utah and her in
terests, he won our love, admiration and
respect, and we pledge the delegates we
shall elect to represent us in the national
Republican convention to use all honor
able means to secure his renomination.
NO STREET PAVE
MENT THIS YEAR
According to a resolution which
was adopted by tho City Commission
ers Thursday evening, Logan will not
got etreot pavement until noxt yeai.
A caictul consideration of the work
necessary to completo tho Job -o-vealed
tho fact that tho movement
wns f,et on foot too lato to bo put to
completion during tho summer of the
present year. Much preliminary
work must ho dono, such ns remov
ing telophono and electrio " light
poles from the street, establishing
grades, etc., somo of which can not
This does not menu that tho Idea
of paving has in nny sense been aban
doned. Tho Commlsloners will nt
onco pass an ordlnnuco requiring un
derground cnblo lines for telephone
and lifcht wires, and will have tho
engineer complete all plana prepara
tory tr nn early beginning of actual
work In tho spring of 1913.
George L Zundol of tho ,U. A. C.
wont to Grnntsvllle, Tooelo County,
yesterday on private business.
ATTHEB. Y. C.
Commencement nt tho Orlgham
Young Collego will bo held on Friday,
May 21, at 9 a. m. Tho program Is as
Selection by Collego Hand.
Part I of Summer, by Abt. Ladles'
Paper Garfield Carston,
Address to tho. Graduates I'resl.
dent G. II. Orimhall.
Part II of Summer, by Abt Lndlos'
Valedictory Ollvo Abrarns.
Conferring Diplomas and Certifi
catesMember of Coard.
Violin Solo (selected) Prof. II.
Tho Webster society held Us annual
banquet Thursday eve. An elaborate
menu was served, and toasts wero res
ponded to by Prof. A. N. Sorcnson, Vo
dn Guild, and It. E. Cergcson. Pros.
Zimmerman acted as toast mnster.
After tin banquet gamc3 and muslcnl
numbers entertained the members
and guests until a Into hour.
Niels Jensen of Providence, Utah,
who for several years has been an
employees nt tho Logan Sugar fnctory,
died nt tho family residence Thursday
May 16, at 11 a. m. Death camo as n
result of Injuries received two days
previous, when he was kicked by a
Early Tuesday morning In company
with Leon Mntthow, a neighbor, Mr.
Jensen was hitching a team up when
ono of tho animals kicked, striking
him In tho region of tho abdomen.
His condition was at onco considered
serious, bo n doctor was summoned,
nnd nil posslblo aid ministered, "His
Injuries, however, were Internal and
beyond tho power of man to heal.
Deceased was a highly respected
citizen and an earnest church worker.
Ho was 49 years of ago, and leaves n
wife nnd seven children to mourn his
Funeral services over tho remains
will be hold In Provldenco Sccoi'd
ward meeting house Sunday at 2 p.m.
1)03(011, Mass., May IB. Iwo Inter
mountain lads wero tho features of a
concert given here by advanced stu
dents of tho Now Euglnud Conserva
tory of Music and won high praise
from tho critics. They were MnBter
Stanley Schaub of Logan, Utah, plan
1st, and Master Irvln Roberts of Vic
tor, Idaho, violinist. Together they
Interpreted tho first movement of u
Ueethovcn sonnta In F In n mannei
that wns remarkablo for Its finesse
nnd technique. A local critic in
speaking of theht predicted n great
future for them If they continued to
study and to play with the snmo
finesse nnd talent that marked their
work at this concert.
1912 P EMIUM
-. iLISI ISSUED
The Hoard of Directors of the
Utah Stato Fair Association has Just
Issued the premium list for 1j12 and
tukea pleasure In announcing tti
Thirty-fourth Annual State Fair, tit
Suit Lake City, beginning Mond&y,
Boptenibor 30 and closing Saturday,
The Stato Fair should bo pushed
along with all possible energy from
now until the Fair Is held. It Is not
alone tho duty of the officers of tho
Stato Fair nBsoclation to plan, urgo
and devise what tho Stato Fair is to
bo, but Is also the duty of all citizens
of the state to take nn Interest and
Introduce some now featuro3 of dsl
play or attraitlous.
Tho time to boost the Stnto Fair Is
from now to the time tho gates nfo
opened on tho first day of tho Fair.
Commence now to pion for exhibition
matorial. Comnienco to feed and
prepare Wi animals vou contemplate
exhibiting nt the fair. The time Is
short, but you can accomplish won
ders If you start In now and force
nil the growth posslblo until tho fall
fulr opens. You can nover start
younger nnd tho Stato Fair Is the
placo to take tho first lesson. If you
get only tho third or fourth prlzty you
are doing bottor than tho man who
Rtnys nt homo. You got lots of nd
vertlslng and your neighbors have
nioro respect for you becauso of your
ambition to get into tho progressive
A premium list may bo obtained by
calling on or addressing tho Secre
tary of tho Association, nt Salt Lake
AGGIES TAKE IN
In fast gamo on the A. C. campus
yes v tho Aggies dofeated tho I.
of U, bnsoball team by a score of 7
lo 4. Schweitzer was a star from
oveiv point of vlow.
Dr, W. 11. Parkinson will ho tho
speaker at the ovenlng services In
Logan Seventh ward Sunday, May 10.
CLUB APPOINTS I
At tho regular monthly meeting ot j H
tho Commercial Roosters Club held i H
May 15th, tho various committees ro- j j H
eclved their appointments for tho ) 1 H
Salt Lako Excursion May 25th, and i I H
tho Good Roads Convention Juno 1.!, I , H
13, and 14th. Tho commltteo on ex- I
curslon at Salt Lake City is doing a '
grout deal of advertising and boost- j H
Ing tc got tourists and Salt Lako peo-
plo lo come to Logan on tho excur- I H
slon. Tho Advertising nnd Promotion v H
committee ot tho club has prepared a 4 H
very neat eight pago ioldor giving tl.o 5 H
resources, etc., of Cncho Valley. Tho if
Excursion committee nt Salt Lake j
City w 111 uso three thousand of these fl
folders. They will send ono to each
ot their club members, but not Ic3s !
than ono thousand lu the mall boxes H
ot visitors at tho hotels, nnd send at I
least five hundred to tho parties who ji
attended tho Clnghnm excursion. j H
Tho excursionists will bo met ot j
the depot with ns many automobiles j H
and vehicles ns Is posslblo to secure, ! H
and will bo driven nt onco to tho Ag- i
rlculturnl College whero a frco lunch- H
,cou will be served. Attor tho lunchenn 1 11
tho peopio will be shown through tho '11
'buildings nnd over tho grounds. A 1 H
Vudet Prize Drill nnd Dand Concert I ! M
will aUo bo given. ' H
Following Is an announcement ot ' j M
tho Excursion. M
Of Public Excursion to Cach'o Val- 1 M
ley under auspices of Commercial I M
Club, Saturday, May 2Mb.
200 miles ot Diversified Kalcldo- 111
scopio Views from comfortably up- , 1
bolstered nil steel train. tll
Past.tho Poach Celt In bloom. Tho ifl
oichnrds of tho Dear River Valloy. 11
Tho largest Marl Ccds In tho world. iil
Through the grand canyon of tho
Hear River. Tho benutlful Cacho Val- ,, 9
ley, an unbroken green carpet between 41
enow llnc3 of uulcstlc mountulns, tho 1
Grannry of Utah. Ilfl
The sightly city o'f Logan. P'nno- ' 4'I
lama or Paradlso from Inspiration ijfl
point. A sccno of splendor beyond 11
description. Tho enlarged Utnh Agrl- ir''l
cultural College. Departments of Ag. H
riculturc. Homo Economics, Com- I'j H
merce, Mechnnlc Arts nnd General H'M
Science. Live Stock, Exhibition. Ca- 'j'l
dot Prize Drill, Hand Concert. Drlg tj H
ham Young College, Now Jorsey M H
A pleasurable educational trlp with- ,H
out n parallel. One that will Increase H
your prldo In Utah. H
An outing the women and chlldron H
will enjoy. They will bo shown es- , H
pedal attention. ' H
Persons desiring to extend their t H
visit to Lognn may uso their oxcur- ill
slon tickets returning in regular . H
trains of day following May 25tli. H
Freen luncheon at tho Agricultural I H
College, after oxctnsloif train arrlvea. H
Special train will leave Oregon H
Short Lino station 8:40 a. m and re- , ('"fl
turn to Salt Lako City 9:C3 p. m. ' ' j$H
President H. E. Hutch made a spe- iH
clal request that every club member Ijl
do all ho could to mako the Good ijH
Roads Convention a success, and if Hlfl
thoy wero called upon to accommodate JIH
Contlnuod on Pago 4. flH
AGGIES DEFEAT I
THE CRIMSONS I
A 2 to 0 scoro was placed by the iJIH
U, A. C. over tho C. Y. C. baseball ill
team In : Wednesday afternoon's , 111
gamo. It was unquestionably tho fin- ' 111
est exhibition of Collego ball over ill
vltnossed lu Logan and both teams ill
aro to bo congratulated on tho excel- (l
lency of work. Professionals seldom all
do bettor team work nnd ns tho scoro ill
Indicates tho battle was hard fought 111
Tho line-up: all
V' A- c- O. Y. C. I) I
uren c .' Hnslam ill
II. Schweitzer .... p Frances j
It. Schweitzer .... lb Packer l
Peart 2b ' Stoddard ij(
Kidman 3b .y Jonas III
Lauronson ss Darron Ij
Taylor and Tanner If .... Zimmerman ijl
Woodland , cf Allen ijl
Allen and Androws. rf Baker UK
Score by Innings Hi I
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