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EIGHT PAGES LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY UTAH, TURSDAY," MAY 23 1912 TENTH YEAR ill
ROOSEVELT AND HARMAN GARRY
' PRIMARIES IN "TURN POINT" STATE
Thirty-Two Delegates Arc For Roosevelt And Ten For
President. Dclcgatcs-at-Large Practically Conceded toCol
oncl. Harman Given Plurality of 20,000. FaFollcttc Beats
Taft in Fulton County.
llctuuis from the Ohio primaries as
received from tho wires at this office
at l.ao p. m. yesterday gave Roosevelt
and llurmon nil elmost equal ami ire
menucus lend over tlielr respective
opponents In Tuesday's election.
In i0 out ot S8 counties Hooseolt
tot a plurality of 20.000 votes. This
gives the Colonel 32 ot the -12 district
' delegates. It Is nlso probable that ho
will control the state convention?
which will elect C delegates at large,
thus turning for him 38 out of tho i3
Ohio delegates to the Chicago conven
tion. Taft's delegates are two from each
of tho first, second, seventh and thir
teenth congressional districts, and
oue from each of the third and fit
tpcnth. District' number one, "which haf
icpresentntlon ln tho liouso ln tho
person of Congressman Nicholas
Longworth, a son-in-law of Colonel
Roosevelt, went strong for renomlna
tlon of tho president. Longworth was
' A piano recital will bo given In
the Fourth ward chapel Saturday,
May 23th, 1912, at 8 o'clock, by a
nuia' er of the pupils of Mrs. Jennie
Ellas m Hansen. The public Is In
Piano Duet, "Invitation to the
"2A Banco" Von Webel
?M William Heese, William Peterson
Iteverlo l'oetlque Heller
Spritft Song Mendelssohn
Valse Op. 70 Chopin
Anltras Dance Grieg
Applo Blossoms Martin
Mona's Waters Hoe
So Did 1 Smiley
Titus Overture Mo7art
William Peterson, Gladys Brown
Making I'lcs '
Jennie E. Hanson
Ihero will bo two concerts next
Monday nt tho Stako Tabernacle by
I the famous "Honey's Boys" ot Chi-
I cago. Tho "Boys" wero onco In our
I city and that they will bo greeted
I by a full houso Is practically assured.
I Thp afternoon performance at 11:00
I o clock 1b fdr school children and an
I Admission feo of 10c will bo charged.
I Tlie evening porformanco will begin
I at 15 nmi j0 tills nn admission of
I "')( win bo asked. No reserved seats,
I 1'hc Christmas concert given by
' . ' Rot.cy's Boya" nt tho Whlto House,
upon invitation of President and Mrs.
Hoosovelt, to D00 of tholr Invited
Guests, is a matter of history. The
oung peoplo of families of tho cab-
'" the supremo court, tho foreign
lofc.iMons, of senators, congressmen,
fr" and navy officers, the nccrcdlted
newspaper correspondent! and ot tho
hlUicst official and social llfo nt iho
imtna capltol wore Invited, tho very
flower of the land. Tho historic east
Jm novor beheld a fairer sight, and
u as tho largest function of Its kind
nr given within Its walls, tho as.
Uance of tho stale nnd war depart-
mtDtb being enlisted to muho tho In-
v 'a'lon list as complete ns possible."
U'lio'nilnated lu his district.
Hat mou's plurality was abo.it 20,0u0,
which jives him the volo of 34 out ot
4S delegates. The I.a Toilette ote
was light. Ho beat Taft, however, in
THEY WILL VISIT
Arrangements 'or the ,itert.w.i
liient of tho ' See Utah First ' nno
"Get Acquainted" excursionists, who
will visit Logan, four hundred btrong,
next Saturday, are now practically
ccmpletcd by ce.am.ticci, iiotn the
Commercial Booster Club.
Tho local club has fot warded 300o
Cache Valley foldeis to the Publicity
Bureau of the Salt Lake Club to be
distributed to all hotel visitors in
the capital this week, also to Ire
handed to all parties enroute to Cache
Valley on Saturday's exclusion.
Upon reaching the city about noon
'ho entire trnin load of peoplo will
bo taken by auto to the Agricultural
College, whore they will be guests ol
'ho State Institution nt a, banquet.
An inspection of buildings nnc.
grounds will then bo made, follow
Ing which a band conceit mid a cad-t
virizo drill will complete tho program
Jt tho school.
The visitors will later be shown
over the city, given privilege of In
specting of tho' B. Y. College r.nu
the New Jereo Ac.deir.y. I'he train
will leave on Its lelurn trip il
7 p. m.
The Salt Lake Commercial dim
announces the excursion ns follow t
Sco Utah First
Public Excursion to Logan and
Cache Valley under auspices of Com
mercial Club, Saturday, May 23th,
Two hundred miles of diversifhn
kaleidoscopic views from comfortnbly
upholstered all-steel train.
Past the Peach Belt, tho Orchards
of Bear Htver Valley, tho Largost
Mail Beds In tho world, through the
Grand Canyon of tho Bear River, the
beautiful Cache Valley, tho Unbroken
Green Carpet between Snow Lines ot
Mnjestlc mountains, the Granary of
The Sightly City ot Logan, Pnno
lama of Paradise from Inspiration.
Point, n scene of splendor beyond
description, the enlarged Utah Agrl
cultuial College, departments of Agri
culture, Homo Economics, Commerce.
.Mechanic Arts and General Science,
Live Stock exhibition, Cadet Pris-i
Drill, Band Concert, Brlglinm Young
College, Now Jersoy Academy.
A plensurablo educational trip
without a parallel, ono that will in
crease your prldo In Utah.
An outing tho womon nnd children
will enjoy. They will b0 shown mo
Persons desiring to extend tnelr
visit In Logan may use excursion tick
ctfi returning on regular trains of day
following, May 2Gth.
Luncheon served nt Agricultural
College, Immediately upon arrival ,it
Logan, Included In oxcurslon tickets.
Special train will leave Oregon
Short Lino Station nt 8 M0 a. m. niu
return to Salt Lako City, 9:G3 p. in.
Excursion tickets, Including lunch
eon, $2.71; for ndults, and ?1.G0 lor
children of 5 nnd under 12 years o!
Tickets on sale at Oregon Short
Lino offlco. Hotel Utah, and at Com
B. Y. C. GRADUATES PRESENT
"FOR OLD ELI" TO-NIGHT
Tho graduating class of tho B Y.
College will appear in drama at Nib
ley Hall this evening. Tho play se
lected is "For Old Ell," and from ru
mors afloat around school, n treat la in
otoro for tho public. Curium nt S 30.
Principals in Great Political Battle in State of Ohio
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Tho Cottolono cako baking contest
held at Howell-Cnrdon company
store May IS, brought out u trememl
ous crowd and in every respect prn
ed highly satisfactory. W. II. For-.
i;rd A. I). Manson special rcpreseii
tatlves of the N. K. Fairbanks com
pany, makers ot Cottolene, were in
charge of tho contest and lo them
much credit Is duo for the smoothness
with which the affair passed of.
At 2:00 o'clock ln tho afternoon-r.11
entries worn completed and from
tli't hour until C:00 p. m. tho mam
ninth dry goods storo was slmpl
packed with sprctntois. It was cj
ttmated that upward of r00 ladles
visited the store during tho tlnce
The restrictions for the conte3t
were that Cottolono and tho Central
p, company's flour was to h
uscil In making tho dikes. In ordei
Hint tho Judging wns fair all names
wen' lemoved from tho cakes and a
number placed on them, nnd thon the;'
wero turned over to threo disinterest
ed judpes and every cako was cut
and Judged strictly on Its merits end
not on Its looks.
Tho Judges selected wore Mrs. .1.
P. Smith, Jr., Miss M. L. Hendricks,
nnd Mrs. J. II. Marshall. None ' o!
these threo wero In tho houso nt the
time tho cnl.es wero being ente.'od In
The ladles who took a part In the
contest by entering cakes wero an fob
lows: Mrs. C. C. Wllllanu, Laura
Merrill, Paul Itehberg, A. Nyninn, E.
O. Smith. J. P. Smith, Sr., W. D. Hess,
N. Degn, Chloa Rogers. Y. J. Har
rison, B. A. Fowler, A. P Jenkins, S.
C. Stevens, S. M. England O. ' W.
Colo, A. D. Manson, Mltti; Virginia
Burnhnm, Drucllla Jacohson, lluby
Hnnison, Hoso Honstrom, Hub. Eug
laud, Marguorlto Bain, Gl.idya Mead,
lrglnla May Thatchor, Eva Miller,
Oito Halnov, Jano Griffin, Elvn Huff.
Tho prlzo winners wore hs follows-
First Prize 'j Dozen Photos given
1. ilabo Photo Studio, v oi. l Vi--.
t-rond Prlzo- An isi-oi-'i c-i.- i
i i i:c hiveu by the il-i'iii.r Uionn
on by Mis. Lillian Manson.
Thlid Prize: An usHoiiment of s
leiics gneu by tho City (irocerv, r
bj .Mis. 11. A. Fowlor.
Fourth Prlzo: An assortment ot
groceiies given by tho Cache Vnllc
Alorcalii.le Co.. was won by Mis. .
Fifth Prize: An assortment of gro
ceiiub gUen by P. A. Nlolson & Sou
was won by -Mrs. Laura Merrill.
Sixth Prlzo: An nssortment of gro
ff'iu gicn by the Cache Valley Mo
cnntlle Co. was won b .II33 Drucllla
Thp Special Prlzo of a $.".00 Home
Coffee Percolntor given by N. A.
Larson Hardware company, for the
Vrst i-nk.' baked on n Monarch Mai!
ablo Itiingo wns won by Mrs. .1. P.
Tho Special Prize or a $1.00 box o.
rand glen by tho Ozark Candy com
pany for tho best cako- bnked by a
girl under 18 years ot ago was won
by Miss Virginia Burnham,
After tho contest was oer the
winning enkes were cut and served
to the audience whilo thoso Hint did
not win wero returned to their own
ore. The pleasing feature of the contei.i
was the genernl satisfaction as ex
pressed by nil who made entries, 3:1 1
many have already expressed n desire
to again eompeto In this manner
Tho Fall banks people had a unlquo
scheme for advertising ono of their
commodities, nnd In Joining hands
with the county's largest Dry Goods
morchnnts in putting tho proposition
thrcugh they weie, from tho boglnu
Ing, assured succcsa
"CARPENTRY EXHIBIT AT B. Y
Preparations nro being made In the
Carpentry department of tho B. Y
College for tho wood work exhibit on
Friday nnd Saturday of this wcok,
All displays will bo made In tho of
flco and work Bhop In tho Mechanic
Ai-Ib building. It Is expected that the
Seo I'tah First" excursionists wii
Wsit tho exhibit Saturday nftornoon
; SHOT YESTERDAY
I Jules C. E. Slrinny, confessed nuir
I dcrer of Thomas It, Kanick, tho four
teen year old sciiool boy of Salt Lako
City, was led from his cell In the
State penitentiary yesterday morning
and shot to death as expiation of Ins
Cool nnd nppaiently unconcerned
tho prisoner was blindfolded In his
coll at 10:00 a. m. Tho death march
was begun nt 10:02. At 10:07 ho was
securely bound to tho chair; nnd was
pronounced dead nt 10:08.
'luesday Slrmay confessed to Gover
nor Spry en his own vo.ltlon that 1
was Indeed ho who slow young Km
tick. The condemned man re-quested
Hint he bo shot rather than hanged
and that too, at tho eniliest nitnuti
possible after tho hour of 10 n. in.
May 22, as set by law.
In Ills confession tn Governor Spry
nnd Warden Pratt ot tho prison Tuos
day, Julius Slrmay detailed" fully tho
circumstances of tho crime. Afrei
describing his movemonts prior te
the crime, ho told how ho had com
mitted the murder In tho Kariiek
On tho forenoon of Wednesday, Oc
tober 12, 1910, Slrmay entered the
Kanick homo, 1C0 Thirteenth Ensi
Etteet, by a basement window, nnd ic
malned In tho bnsoment of tho houjo
fnr sonio time. Hc nfterward wi-nt
upstairs nnd continued on to tho se
cond floor, where ho secured n re
volver, nfterwnrds Identified as bo
longing to Lewis Karrlck, brother ol
Hearing n nolso In tho lower part of
the house, Slrmay started down the
stairs and, as ho reached tho landing,
encountered Thomns Karrlck, who
had como homo to prepare his noon
day lunch. Tho two struggled for a
moment on the stairs boforo Slrmav
fired four shots Into Knrrlck's body.
Slrmay rushed from tho houso by n
rear door and, In his hnsto, fell down
nn ombnnkniont and sovorcly bruUod
Continued on page five
CLOSING WEEK AT I
B. Y.JOLLEGE I
Following Is the order of events I
thot go to make up Comnieiiccmstt ' I
eek at tho B. Y. College this year. ' I
Thursday .May 23, is field day, Mio 1
c.erclses of whleh will, on account o? '1H
tho present stormy wealhor, bo he!.i jiH
on tho College campus and wilt con Rl
slst of a baseball gamo between tha , I
Faculty and tho graduating class. ijH
Knees, games and 11 nintiiieo ln tin ill I
gjmnnsium. Thursday evening at ,111
vVJD lbs graduating class presents Hl
tin annual class drama, an event that ,11
13 l,i jf tho greatest Interest to ! 91
I otn collego peoplo and tho public m JI
l'iida morning, May 2-lth, nt 0 a. til
in the Commencement oxerclses are ?. I
held, when tho following program will , I
be given: 11 H
Selection- Collego Baud. i I
Pari 1 of Summer, by Abt Ladles- I
Chorus. I H
' Papcr-Garfleld Bastow. II
Address to tho Graduates -Presl- I
dent G. II. Brlmhnll. 1 I
Part II of Summer, by Abt Ladles' ' I
Valedictory Olive Abrams. I
Confirming Diplomas nnd Ccrtlil-
eates A member of tho Bonrd. I
Violin solo, selected Prof. II. I
Benediction. ' I
To" all tho foregoing tho public is I
cordially Invited and urged to attend. 0 I
In the evening at G:00 p. in. the I
annual Aluinni Banquet nnd ball Is ' I
held at tho Collego to .vulch all the A I
Alumni nnd Invliod gm-Mn are Invited. L I
LIST OF GRADUATES J I
May 24, 1912. ' I
Preparatory Normal Course. j I
Olive Abrams, Bertha Bankhead, I I
Hazel Benson, Olga Carlson, Gcorgo if I
. Chri3teiiscn, Martha Davidson. I
Mvrtl.' Henderson, Ellznbc-th Israel' '111
sen, Wm. P. Lcatliam, -Klvn Murr-.-, Ill
Afton Obray, Ingrn Olson, George II. Ill
Science Course. lull
Vernon Jensen. J
Literary Course. j
Ethlyn Barnes. Ijl
Mechanic Arts Course. l I
John W. Heath, Leslie Kidinnn, A. ll
ma Olson, Leono Willie.
Business Course 1,
Ida Ulstllue, Elmer S. Burgoyne, I
John T. Cash, Win. K. Davis, Hugh f I
Griffiths, Vernon Sheffield, Jesso E. V
General High School Course 111
Fernando L. Allen, George L. Eg- '111
bcrt, Veda Guild, Lydla Hansen, Chos. P
S. Hill, Parley A. Hill, Dorothy Hors. ' IW
loy, John C. Hyer, Myron Moncur, I
Virgil II. Nelson, W. L. Skldmore, .T l
Sedley Stanford, John H. Ward, An jl
drew W. Willis, Eva Woolf, Norma
Domestic Arts Course ' II
Delia England, Sarah Hutteballe, I
Lucy King, Allssa Manning, Azalla I I
Mason. I I
Preparatory Engineering Course I
J. Garflold Bastow, Wllford Belnnp, l
Harold E. Bergesen, Conrnd S. Call II
son, Mathew S. Child, Jesso E. Zuu II
Domestic Science Course. K)
Hedvlg Benson. Urania Cutler, Elsio II
C Egbert, Emilia Mouritsen, Lillian III
Nurse Training Course.
Sarah Bastow, Pearl Batt, Beitim I
CENTER ACCEPTS I
Inasmuch as our neighbors on the 5 I
north seem lo tako so iuch prldo 1:: j H
their ability to play baseball and have S
challenged tho south end, who know 1
how to piny tho game, wo tho undor 1
signed accept tho challengo and agree 1
to meet those north onders on tho L j
Y Campus, May 30, at 3:30 p. in. A
D,. 1912. 1
Committee south of division line. 1
CLAYTON JENKINS I
W. W. HAWS, I
J. H. BANKHEAD ii
C. A. LUNDAHL, (1
GEOnGE EWER, j
M. Kl HOVEY, 1
H. B. JOHNSON i
FRANK SCOTT j
W. H. BLOOD. jl