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EIGHT PAGES LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY UTAH, TUESDAY, MAY 2 1912 TENTH YEAR I
WHAT GO-OPERATIVE EFFORTS HAVE
t ACCOMPLISHED IN OTHER PLACES
A Live Commercial Club Invaluable. Western Communi
tics Which Have Scored Large Growth in Population At
tributes Their Growth to United Efforts Made Through
Commercial Clubs or Chamber of Commerce. Advantages
of Advertising as Applied to the Building of Cities and States
All ot thoenterprlslng western com
munities which have scored a large
growth in population In the last ten
j ears attribute their growth to tho
united efforts made through commcr
al clubs or chambers ot comment.
Thero Is no enso on record where a
city or Btatc has shown a decided
Growth without having mado a com
munity effort through somo such or
ganization. It Is only -lthln the last five year
that the ndvantages of advertising as
applied lo tho building of cities and
states has been In any degree nppio
dated, but- fcinco Its conception, tint
Idea has grown with remarkable ra
pidity and tho exploitation ot com
munity .idyatltages Is now recognized
as a common necessity.
Not many jcars ago It was consid
ered bad lorm to advertise a banking
business. The banke. who represent
ed tho highest standards of business
integrity and dignity, considered blm
self tnrolved lrom tho necessity ot
letting on one know who ho was nr
what lie tuu to offer; but one day .m
enterprising banker awoko to tho
possibilities ot publicity and bogan to
carry off tbo busltin.is. It was t.it
long beforo ho had many followers,
though It took sovernl years to Induce
soma ot the ultra-conservatives to un
bend sufficiently to cet Into Hue.
Today ho banker who does not ad
vertise Is recognized as a 'dead one."
at least by everyone but himself.
When It" was found that this most rilf
r.lfled of business, men could profit
'"f ) fro:n pubUc exploitation, It occurre)
r to someono that an entlro community
might benefit in the same vjiy nnJ
from that day to this, tho Idea has
been enlarged upon nntil now the ad
vertising of cities and states is being
made the hubject of study l.y some ot
tho brightest min: in m.r nation.
Tho credit for the remarkable
growth ot southern California Is due
entirely to tho united efforts ot tho
FLOYD ALLEN IS
Sentenced to Death for Murder ol
Commonwealth's Atty. Foster
at Hlllsvllle, Va.
Wythevllh). Pa., May 17. Floyd Al
len, first of tho Hlllsvlllo mountain
eers tried for the Carroll county court
house murders, was adjudged gulll.
here today and will pay tho penalty
of his crlmo In tho electric chair at'
Richmond. Tho Jury was out all
Floyd Allen was oharged specific
ally at this time with the murder f.f
Commonwealth's Atty. Foster, prose
cutor In tho Carroll county court at
Hlllsvlllo last March, whon tho trial
of Floyd Allen culminated In '
killing of flvo persons Presiding
Judge Thornton L. Malsso; Prosecutor
William M. Foster, Shorlff L.
Webb, Miss Elizabeth Ayres and Jur
or Augustus Fowler.
Arrests of several of tho Aliens fol
lowed tho shbotlng but five of ths
principals escaped to the fountains,
Howards for their arrest resulted In
threo ot them being taken but SIdna
Allen, leader of tho clan, and Wesley
Edwards, his nephew, still aro at
large. The othor prisoners, It Is ex
pected, will bo tried Immediately.
l Sentenco was pronounced on Allen
t; today ns ho may bo called to testify
In tho other cases. Allen was choor
ful today preceding tho announcement
ot tho verdict In expectation of a
mistrial, but whon tho verdict was
announced ho relaxed Into despair.
Thero was barely a handful of-p-jr
sons In court. Whether this was be
cause of fear that tho Aliens might
attempt to repeat tho sceno enacted
t Hlllsvlllo is not known but thero
was no reason for such fears. Arm
1 detectives searched persons en
erlng tho courtroom.
business men In a continuous and per-t-.lfctent.
boosting campaign. The Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce ex
pends a quarter of a million of dol
lars annually In maintaining n per
manent exhibit of the' state's re
sources, augmented by photographs,
moving pictures and other forms ot
community advertising. Tho state of
Oregon acknowledges her debt to tho
Portland Commercial Club which, as
tho parent of tho Oregon Development
League, has brought thousands of set
tlers Into tho Hood Hlver and Uogue
niver Valleys and many other pro
ductive sections of that state.
Other cities In Oregon and Washing
ton have c6pled tho methods of tho
Portland Commercial Club. Eugene,
Oregon; Chehalls, Washington, and
other towns of six or soven thousand
Inhabitants, expend l?rger amounts
for publicity each jear than does LVh
Lako City with he." 100,000 people.
Tho little' town of Port AngelU3 in
Washington, wi ! n.it 2,2u6 ;iOG c,
raised Jll.OOOCo In: ono year's pub
;lo!ty work, the i-nr.to sum hem" t
c.ned In a two we-.Ks' i-ampalui..
fTho California Development Board,
which handles tho publicity for all
the central and northern counties of
that state, is maintained at an enor
mous exponao by county fund3 rnlsed
liom taxation. This Board keeps so"
eral exposition cars moving all tho
tlmo In the eastern states and Is new,
(Continued on page 8)
A. C. EMPLOYS
To Give Courses in Psychology and
Education During Summer.
Pi of. Henry Peterson (A. M. Hr
ard; has been employedTo" give the
nork Ih psychology and education u
the summer session of tho Agr eu'.
tuinl College. Although thesa, cours
f e aro not rrr.ularly given ut the A. C.
r.rnuigemtuts have been tuai'o to in
clude them in tho summer school work
ho that it wilt not be necoBury for
teachers from tho north of tho svato
to f o els.vheic for tho work required
of them by the State Board of Edu
cation. All books necessary for thorougi.
v.ork In these courses have been o--dered
and will lie in tho'llbiary before
the work begins on Juno 10. Prof.
Pcter3oii who Is now County Superin
tendent of Box Elder county, Is an
enthuslnstlo teacher. Students who
register for his work this summer
may bo assured that their time la
Loyan will bo well spent.
Coach Teetzel will not go fishing
this year until tho end ot tho summer
school. Ho will be directing classes
In gymnasium work, swimming and
school games. Miss Mary E. Johnson
of Salt Lako City has beon employed
to direct tho work In physical educa
tion lor women. Tho Smart Gym
nasium Is now ready and Prof. Teet
zel nnd Miss Johnson will organize
ilonty of work in callsthonlcs for
both men nnd women. Indoor and
outdoor gymnastics, school games,
folk dancing nnd field athletics will
constitute prominent features ot the
summer school work.
Tho Summer Schoool commlttoe'
promises a social evening In tho gym
naslum or library overy Friday. Tbo
hard grind of school work will there
by bo enlivened and It Is hoped that
the toaohers and students who patron
lo tho A. C. will spend tho tlmo both
profitably nr.d iMinsanlly.
Three A. C. era )ts may bo obtain
ed in tho summer session. This Is
equivalent to six tiaxn credits or-six
University of Utah credits. The
State Board of Education nccept3
throo. A. C. credits as equivalent to
six Stnto oi' University credits. This
is due to tho fact that tho A. C. bases
It3 credits on n full yoar'B work
whoroau tho University, credit is basoi
or, tho woil of ono somestcr.
Julia C. Lathrop, First Woman
Bureau Chief Named by Taft.
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Miss Julia C. Lathrop of Chicago, recently uppululcd by President Taft as
chief of the new children' bureau In tho department of commerce and labor.
Is tho first woman to be made u bureau chief' under the uovurument Miss
Lnthrop Is an associate of Jane Addams In the work of lull Ilou.se. n member
of tho Illinois board of charity and a graduate and rrusti-e or Vussar coIIvub
Her salary will bo $5,000 a year.
THE JUDGES FOR SPECIAL; ELECTION
At the last meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners the following
tnx-payers were selected to act as
Judges of election on June 25, 131 J.
As set forth In a motion recently
passed by the board tho above given
dato has betn set declared a special
election day, upon which the tax-pay-eis
of tho county will cast their votes
on the matter of a $130,000.00 road
College, at meeting house Judges:
U. A. Jenson, Moso Olsen and .lamea
Mention, nt meeting house Thomas
Mulr, W. V. Bird, Wm. Bartlett.
Wellsvllle, at old meeting house
W. H. Moughun, John A. Loutliuir.,
John A. Lolshman.
Avon, at meeting houso A. O. Jac!.
son, George V. Davis Geo. Summois.
1'urndlse, ::t mooting hmu 1J. M.
Blcumore, N. Y. Hansen, John P.
Hyrum, nt city hall A. M. lsr:ol
sen, Wells McKrid'e, John V. Jcison.
Mr. Sterling, nt meeting houso
David Murray, James Bradshaw, .Tas.
Mlliville Martin Olsen, James A.
Hovoy, John E. Rouecho.
Cove, at meeting house John Lar
son, Cars Allen, Alma Hendricks.
. Richmond, t city hall C. Z. Harrl.3,
J. W. Funk, William A. Balr.
Smithflold, nt city hall S. P. Ew
lng, Joseph Buck, William U. Winn.
Nowton, nt school houso Geovo
Clark, John Benson, Marling Klgby.
Clarkston, at old rock meeting
houso H. S. Barson, John Jnrdlne.
Trenton, In red brick school house
William Brough, B. F. Benson, Dell
Cornish, in meeting house J. W,
Pitcher, It. E. Butler, Georgo Pope.
Lewlston F. M. Stephenson, Jr.,
Jolin M. Anderson, P. E.' Van Orden.
Stephenson Thomas S. Karron,
Lorin M. Mnrler, M. E. Kent.
Wheeler James M. Anderson,
James V. Hodges, William Bowman,
Benson, at mooting house If. W.
liallfid, W. W. rtoundy, Paul Cardon.
niversldo, at school houso T. II.
Iteeso, Andrew Munk, Howard rtensc.
Logan. No. 1 and 2, at old Cth ward
mooting houso Stephen Hailstone,
James Anderson, W. M. Smith. , .
Nos. 3 and 4, at Second ward moot
ing house William Worley, James
Larsen, Edwntd Anderson.
Nos. C and 6, In Juvenile cour.
rrom at court house N. W. Kimball
Arthur Bateson, Chas. Johnson.
Nos. 7 and 8, nt Fourth ward moot
ing house T. G. Lowe, II, P. NcIeoii,
Ed. Peterson. , N
Nos. 9 and id, at Whlttler school
John Broberg, N. M. Hansen, Jaines
PioWdence George M. Pickett, Lo
en Mntliuus, C. M. Hammond.
Noith Logan at meeting houso -Carl
M. Nelson, W. E. Nyman, Ed
Hyde Park, at rock meeting houso
II. E. Ijancey, Sr., John Klrby, Wil
Peterboro No. 1, at school house
Peter Peterson, A. P. Calllster, Hans
Peteiboro, No. 2, nt bank J. W.
Barker, M. T. Bock, Edward Dahlo.
A. C. MEN TOUR
Many towns of tho north end of .bo
county wero favored yesterday by a
visit from the Agricultural Club'o'
the V. AC. Seven automobiles wero
used In convoying this representative
body of gentlemen to tho various
scenes ot study during the day.
Tho towns of Richmond, cmithflold,
Hydo Park and North Logan wore
visited. Special nttentlon was paid
by tho party to the Inspection ot the
Richmond Condensed Milk Factory.
Merrill's Dairy Cattle; Nelson's Hoi
steins; Robin nnd Bnteraan's hors
barns; Pack's Holsteln cattle, and
Prof. J. T. Cnlno's Jersey catlc nnd
At Smithflold,' Morso's, Hil!yards
and Carson's horso and cntlo bams
Tho Hancoy, Reeder and Perks
horse barns were vlstod while in
Hydo Park, and later at North Logan
the College farm,, various beet fields
and the beautiful farm of Commission,
or Cronquist wero mado the principal
places of Interest.
Mr. rind Mrs. W. O. Robinson aro
receiving congratulations oor tho
safe urrlval at their homo of a fine
baby girl, which arrived last' Satur
BOOSTERS CLUB TAKES DECISIVE '
ACTION ON "CUT-OFF" AND "LOOP" '
The Commercial Boosters Club touk
decisive action on tho Cut-off Train
Going tho Loop mnt' x nt their molt
ing last Friday. Tho mectlug wns a
special one callsd for that purpose. A
petition had been circulated somo
days ago asking that tho evening train
go 'round tho loop" which was quite
generally signed by Logan citizens.
Indeed it was so generally signed
that thoao circulating It nro reported
1c havo used strong language against
thoso who would not sign, oven such
languago ns to savor of bojcottlng
tl.cso who did not see their way clear
to sign. This spirit of tho boycott
found Its way Into tho South Cacho
Courier, and In Its Issuo ot May 10th
It said, "Practically all signed, nnd tho
fow who refused put themselves on
record in a manner that will mako
them sadder but wiser for tho fu
ture." Later on this same paper
r.lngled out thoso who dared not Hlgn
their roquost. On tho matter tho
Commercial Boosters Club passed tho
"Whereas, n certain petition has
beon circulated, recently requesting
tho O. S. L. offlcinls to so nrrnijgo
'their train service as to havo tl.o
evening train which loaves Salt Lako
City at 4:15 p. m. for Preston, Idaho,
pass through Hyrum nnd Wellsvllle,
"Whereas, n uumbor of Logan
citizens signed said petition without
having given It duo consideration,
logardtng It as a. temporary expedi
ent, and an accommodation to our
neighbors on the south pending Im
provements now under way, and
"Whereas, It now seoma the grant
tnrd, and lnterfero seriously with tho
present proposed Ballard-Logan Cut
off, oven to the posslblo abandon
ment of said Cut-off, and,
'Whereas, the ,, abandonment of
said. Cut-oft nnd tho granting of 'ho
petition would cnuso an advance In
furo of nbotit forty flvo cents, thu
lequlrlng ninety three percent of tho
people of Cacho Valley to pay for nil
future tlmo this oxtra tributo for tho
small accommodation to soven per
cent living In the south end of the
"Whereas, said petition is not In
harmony with tho present position ot
our Club as rogards tho Ballard
"Now, Therefore, bo It reBolved,
that tho Directors ot the Commercial
Boosters Club opposo and wo do
hereby oppose said petition and re
quest that tho O. S. L. officials do
not grant said petition, and further
be It resolved that tho Commercial
Boosters Club rened and emphasize
Its alleglanco to tho present Ballard
I.ogan Cut-off movement."
The resolution passed tho directors
without a dissenting vote, many wno
signed tho petition condemning tho at
tempt at boycotting In no uncertain
A resolution was also passed con
demning iho spirit of boycott, and
asking the newspapers nnd all good
citizens to frown down such actions In
whatever form It may apponr. It wac
also passed without a dissenting vot-5.
Yesterday a petition, reading as fel
lows was circulated:
We the undersigned business men
and citizens of Logan who signed the
petition with referonco to tho even
ing train going around tho loop, do
hereby express our npproval of the
above aud foregoing resolution passed
LOGAN MAN DIES
AT MULLEN, IDA.
A telegram was received from Mul
Ion, Idaho, stating that Mr. Joo Bou
t'reio had been accidentally killed,
but fulled to give any particulars, Mr.
Boudioro has been engaged In mining
for a number of years, Ho la about
38 yean of ago and loaves a v!fo and
ono.' child, threo brothers and n cIb
ter and numerous relatives nnd
friend to mourn his death. Tho re
mains will be brought to this city
today on tho noon train and funeral
services will be held Wednesday, May
22, at 2 o'clock In tho Third ward
meeting house. -
by the board of directors of tho ' H
Commcrclnl Boosters Club held May H
This petition was signed Uborally, j H
In fact wc aro Informed that nono of llH
the buslncis men turned It down, all H
going on record in support ot tho jH
dhectors of tho club. H
U. OF U. WINS
Tho State University carried off I H
honors In tho lnter-collcglato trad:
meet held In this city Inst Saturday 'H
by scoring uGW, points. Tho Aggies ' H
and tho B, Y. U. won tho remaining . ' H
22 Vi points. Ill
Weather conditions wero most fu- llH
vornble for tho meet and hundreds ot ''1
students, representatives ot tho vari- ijl
ous Institutions cheered loyally tor fl
tbo men. Excellent work on tho 'il
part of field officers and Judges added jll
splco to tho ovent. A few contests i jH
were ontored by various coaches re- '1
gardlng tho eligibility of certain op. il
posing team members. These; how. H
oer, wero filially settled and overy
team entered Its scheduled contest- fl
' A stnto record was broken when ' H
Lofgicoi: of' tho U. of U." team throw ', H
tho dlsous lis feet. Tho former ro- t M
cord was 117 and 3 Inches. H
' Following wo given a. list of events Tl
nnd liv wlinm tnWrn: i'H
100 yn'rd dash Biard 1st; B. Y. U.; I H
Stone 2nd, U. of U.; Robinson 3rd, U. ' H
of U. Time, 10:2. &H
One mllo run Hendricks 1st, 'A. C; fl
Colo 2nd, U. of U.; Clayton 3rd,' A. C I
'I'fme, 1.18 3-5. lH
High hurdles Emcrsonv 1st, A. C; vl
Robinson 2nd, U. ot U.; Daniels f
B. Y. U. Tlmo 1C.2. jjH
l40jaird dash FlagcUsttsy,totU.; ! f'H
Hlgs 2nd, U. of U.; Wyatt 3rd,' . -. , ;H
Time, 53.1. ' H
Low hurdles Robinson 1st, U. of 'il
U.; Emerson 2nd, A. C; Aldous 3rd, 'H
A C. Time, 2C.1. I H
220 yard dash Stono 1st, U. of U.; , H
Flagcl 2nd, U. ot U.; Skousen 3rd, B. i'l
Y. U. Tliie, 23. '''H
880 yard run Colo 1st, U. of V.;
Hendricks 2nd, A. C; Hickman 3rd, A. lH
C. Time, 2.C 1-5. iitl
Polo vault Richards 1st, B. Y. U.; A' H
Erlckson 2nd, U. ot U.; Laubloy U. of i. H
U and Frecklcton B. Y. U. tied for 3rd. ' i H
Height, 10 feet 9 3-4 inches. . Kl
Shot put Richards 1st, B Y. U.; 1H
Snow 2nd, A. C, Holmstead 3rd, U. 1'rl
of U. Distance, 40 feet 3 Inches. j lfl
Broad jump Richards 1st, B. Y. il
II.; Mulr 2nd, U. ot U.; Robinson 3i-
U of U. Dlstnnce, 21 feet 10 3-4 11
Discus throw Lofgren 1st, U. of V. ,H
Richards 2nd, B. Y. U.; Judd 3rd, A. C. H
Dlstanco 118 feet. Stato Record. It ,H
was 117 feet and 3 inches. 'iH
High jump Richards 1st, B. Y. U ; ulH
Robinson 2nd, U. ot U.; Snow 3rd, A. f
C. Height, 5 feet 7 Inches. jH
Hnmmcr throw Snow 1st, A. O ; jl
Elli2(.n 2nd, A. C; Ashton 3n; U. of
U. Dlstnnce, 128 feet C 'inches. 11
Relay race won by U. ot U. '
Score U. of U. 50; A. C. 3G; il i H
V. U. 32 &. I H
CHALLENGE FOR 1
BASEBALL GAME I
Spring has como at last aud with H
It comes tho desire to dofeat our H
neighbors on tho south in a friendly H
gamo ot baseball. Our hands are HI
hard, caused by our dally toll and t.s . Hi
tho Booster would say my gaffs aro ! Hi
sharp Wo the undersigned challenge Hj
you In bohnlt ot our team to meet us Hi
on tho B. Y, campus or any other old i Hj
place, May 30 at 3:30 p. in., "A. D." JBI
1912. Tho dividing lino to bo in I HI
front of tho main entrance of the ! HJ
Comndtteo north ot division line. Hj
DON C. BENSON, ! ,' Hi
E. C. VAN ORDEN, Hi
JOS, F. SQUIRES, i H
J. W. MORRELL, B3
CHAS. JENKINS, h Hb
GEO. DUNBAR. ' Hi
JOHN O. PETERSON. : Hl