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iltl PAGE TWO THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN Saturday, May 25, 1912.
I From Another Viewpoint
111 Philadelphia, Pa., May 23. In n
ul report to the convention of the Nn-
Hi tlonal Wholesale Lltmor Dealers ns-
f I; BOclaUon nt the Bollcvue-Stratford to-
nil day, .Morris Wcsthelmor, Cincinnati,
K chairman ot tho EXccutlvo commUleo
UK of tho Association, accused tho Ami-
flU Saloon League of forcing the liquor
iBi interests to remain In politics. The
!W activity ol the League In causing con
Ml tlnual agitation without accomplishing
l nnythlng towards a solution of the
MM llQuar question, he asserted, forces
fl tho wholesalers and distillers of tho
IB United States to remain In politics
' for the protection of tho millions or
II dollars invested In tho business.
I l "Wo are everywhere met with llio
j" am cry that the liquor business should be
1 W divorced from politics," Chairman
i m Westhelmcr said, "and that men cu
ff IjiS gaged in it should stay cut of politics,
i JU No men on earth aro less anxious to
t'l n break Into jiolltlce than the distillers
J fjfij and wholesale liquor dealers of tho
I II ill I United States. They aro In politics
uJH f on'y wnen menaced, harassed and
J Hut rnnoyed. They nro In politics only
3 when threatened, assailed and subject
, IIS I cu" to confiscation nnd destruction. To
Fttfilf expect less than this natural defense
llul of natural rights would bo to placo
Ijilj1 our peoplo In tho nctegory of Iho su
i ilj pernatural."
Iljjlj Arraigns Antl-Saloon League.
hi I In hitter arraignment of the And
lljl Saloon Lcaguo and what ho termed
Ir its unjust and unfair methods, Mr.
Mill Westhelmcr quoted as follows from a
'Ijil statement of Purely A. Baker, flener
"Il al Superintendent of tho Anti-Saloon
'kit Lcaguo of America, to show that th.
Ipji League Is resorting to tho boycott In
JjH disregard for tho law in an effort to
jiljl attain its ends, "In every cominuu
li Ity It (tho liquor traffic) can find c
i J! f few business men willing to act as
ill wct nurses to tho traffic. They in
Sjj J their buslneso are deserving of exact
Ifli 'J' the samo treatment accorded tho
Jji saloonkeeper and his business to bo
I regarded as unworthy ot patronnge or
social recognition by peoplo Interested
F In tho moral well being of the com-
It munlty. When Christian women, who
I do most ot tho buying, withdraw th-jlr
support from business men who cs-
," pouso tho saloon and glvo their sup
port to business men who opposo tho
- it saloon, there will soon bo no saloon
supporting business men.
'There Is no mistaking tho Import cf
this creed," said Mr. Westhelmor. "
' is a deliberate battlo cry for tho
; ! 'boycott,' and furnishes another furth
er evidence of tho utter disregard for
law entertained by tho leaders of
tho Anti-Saloon Lcaguo movement.
Llko other utterances from that quat
ter, there Is deliberate perversion of
tho truth ns a foundation for his open
"In many county local option sec
tions tho business men and tnx payers
havo been harassed and damaged and
if have risen In rebellion ngalnst 'rj'
t conditions forced upon them by coun-
I ty votes nnd becnuso business men
L are now endeavoring to protect their
l I rights ns merchants and citizens, they
i ' nro assailed in tho desplcablo mnnnor
Mi ' ( shown in this manifesto from tho
Bf l Itevercnd General Superintendent ot
3 t tho League."
i Webb and Kenyon Bills.
HI 1 Contlmilng, Mr. Wcsthelmer touch
B I 1 1 el "Pen tho efforts of tho Antl-Salcon
B 1-eaguo to try to securo Federal legls-
Be M latlou t0 divest all distilled and fer-
Bl J mented liquors of their Interstato
B ! lommerco character, mils for this'
Bl purpose known as tho Webb and Ken-'
B'j yon lj"a nro now before Congress.'
Bl "Should theso bills bo enacted Into
Bl Inw" snl'l Mr. Westhelmcr, "thsy
Bf ould not only prevent shipment of
Bf htiuor for personal use and for phnr-l
B mneeutlcal purposes from wet Into
Bf (,rJ' territory, but would so ombarra&B
B'l n'l handicap tho conduct of tho buol-
Bf ' nc,SB generally as to mako It oxtremo j
Bfl ' ,v difficult to transact nny interstato
Bl 1 ''oslness whatever.
B i Both tho Webb and Kenyon bills
HI A .T.
j Edison Wagon '
HtV There aro a great many peoplo in
Hmy Cache valley, who havo nover had
Btj i, ho pleasure of listening to tho now
Bttl improvod Ed.ison phonograph. During
Htjl :' tho summer, our wagon will dollver
Tl 1 a phonograph to you on a few days
Bll frco trial, with tho full understanding
)' that no agent will bo allowed to take
up your time or bore you in order to
effect n sale with you. Tho machines
i do tho talking and tho pleasure la all
f EDISON FHONOCmAPH COMPANY.
BJ ' Harris Music company, local deal-
K, . If you haven't the time to exercise
B ityilarly, Doan's Hegulets will prft
, I vent constipation. They Induce a
HBI I mild, easy, healthful action ot the
BK1 I bowels without griping. Ask your
Bl 1 druggist for them. 25c.
make it iiosslhto far j;tite. officials to
proceed against shipments of liquor
upon the ground that the shipment, or
any portion of .It, ,1s 'intended' to be
used by somehndy .directly ior indirect
ly connected with tho transaction, for
tho purpose of violating somo law ot
the state into which nny portion n(
such shipment may .bo .sort.
I "We aro startled iby ithc atbsurdlly
ot such a law.
"Wo aro shocked by Its supreme In
justice nnd its far-reaching effects.
"Uon first elimination .one would
naturally ask: 'Can Congress serious
ly consider a bill not nlono doubtful
in Its constitutionality, but which also
violates every law of equity, every
rule of commercial custom, every
principle of common sonso JuBtloo?'
I "That such measure should bo prj
I posed In Congress, nnd should bo seri
ously considered by the reprcsentn
' fives of tho peoplo of tho United
' States in tho Senate nnd In the House
of Nntlonal legislature, Bhows how
great Is tho supposed owner of the
Anti-Saloon League, and how thor
oughly public men of high standing
nro influenced by that power.
"Members of Congress know that
tho. Supremo Court of tho United
Stntos has repeatedly declared nil
forms of liquors to bo legitlmato ar
ticles of Interstate commerce, and
jet they seriously give consideration
to proposed laws which can accom
pllsh nothing for tho wclfnro of our
people, and which can bo used only lor
tho annoynncc nnd destruction of an
Industry which pays into tho treasury
of tho United States, In tho shapo of
taxes, over 250 million dollnrs an
nually." Antl-Saloon Lath. i
"The subservient attltudo of many!
congressmen Is the result of but or.o
thing, the msnaco of tho Antl-Saloon
Lcaguo; tho threat that unless the
congressman is obedient to tho Ant'-I
Saloon Lcaguo lash that war' will be
made upon him In his district or stale I
"This power or intimidation is not
an accident in tho history of tho An-'
ti-Snloon League. I
"If you will read the utterances
of their leaders you will seo that they
deliberately boast of their political
energies and what they havo accom-1
Pllshcd in electing and defeating can-!
dl.lntes, and by constantly exploiting'
these thrents and claims of wonder-!
fill deeds performed thoy nro In a
considerable degree enabled to fright-
en tho average politician Into sub
mission. Thero Is ono defense which cm
bo made against tactics of Ihls. char-'
ncter and that Is to meet these ngita-1
tors with their own weapons.
"They nro strong only by reason of
tho clamor which they make. With
reason, Justice, fairness nnd common'
senso upon our side, wo nro brushed'
asldo becauso wo havo not, In tho
past, had tho couragu to properly tic
Bert ourselves In defense of our,
"Tho Antl-Saloon League has grown1
strong through a public senttmuit
built upon mendacity nnd misrepre
sentation. "They have lmplnnted In tho minds
of tho average citizens that tho manu
facture, snle, uso and possession of
liquor Is aynonymous with drunken
ness. "In all that they write, and In all
that tholr cxhorlers proclaim from tho
platform, taking a drink Is ono and
tho samo thing as being drunk.
"It is wonderful to what extent n
persistent campaign ot malevolent .lo
mmclatlun carried on for many year
I enn pervert the minds of peoplo who
aro always voracious readers, but
Hometlmes Indlfforent thinkers.
"People read, but thoy do not al
ways discern, nor do thoy always dis
criminate. "As n result, theso campaigns of
vllllflcntlou nro effective to a start
I ling degree
''It mny bo a fuct that 'tho trulh
Is mighty and will prevail,' but some
times It Is n mighty long time In prevailing.
"Tho fact is thoroughly understood
by tho conscienceless lenders ot tbe
Prohibition und Anti-Saloon Leagua
Policy of Education
"Our policy for tho futuro should be
ono of education nnd ot aggressive
warfare. Ho who fights only on iho
defensive usually fights a losing bal
"Either our business Is totally
wrong nnd should bo nationally pio
hibltcd, or It Is right nnd should have
Its Just placo In the Industries ot our
land and should In no way bo dis
criminated against In Its rights under
"So long as tho Government derives
a revenue nmountlng to nearly 2S(
million annually from the tax upon
liquors tho men engaged in manuta
turlng nnd in felling Iheao w,ares ar
entitled to every Tight jiccordcd a
manufacturer and -a dealer In nny
other article of commerce. Therefore,
In reviewing tho iiast for ,tho .purpose
of outlining our duties of .tho future,
there seems nothing more imperative
than n continued campaign, of .instruc
tion and enlightenment as to tthc truo
nature of our business, of our power,
policy nnd our rights under the Jaw.'
Notice is Hereby Given, xhat ,u
Special Election will be held in Cache
County on the 25th day of June, 101
ln each election District hereinafter
mentioned, between the hours of 7
o'clock A. M. nnd 7 o'clock P. W. of
said day for tho purposo ot subn'lt
L'ng to the qualified voters and Lax
j.ncrs thereof the question of Issuing
and selling J1GO.000.00 of bonds, for
tho purpose of raising money lo J"
tray tho expenses of repairing and
Improving County roadB within tne
fisdd Cache County dcscUbcd as fol
Tho County road running North
from tho Northern corpointo llmltB
of WeJlsvlllo City to t'.a Southern
corporate limits of Mendon City; the
County road running south from the
t'oLluern corpornto limns of Wells
ville City through Mt. Starling Pre
cinct nnd Wellsville Canyon to the
Ilox Elder County line; County road
running cast from State road, cast ol
Wellsville corporate limits, to the
Western corporate limits of Hyrum
City; County road running weBt from
tho net-tern corporate limits ot the
Town of Parndlse to the Box Elder
j Count; line; County road running
south fiom the Southeast part ot Hy
mm Precinct to the Northern corpor
ate limits of the Town of Paradise;
County load running south from the
, Southern corporate limits of tho
Town ot Paradise through Avon pre
cinct to Weber County line; County
road running west from tho western
corporate limits of Hyrum City to
Mt. Sterling Precinct; County road
running south from Mt. Sterling pre
cinct to the Paradlse-Brigham City
County road; County road running
cast from tho eastern corporate limits
of Hyrum City through Blacksmll1.
Canyon to the Itlch county line.
County road running North from tho
Northeast corporate limits fo Hyrum
City, through Mlllvlllo nnd Provi
denco precincts to the Stnto road In
Providence precinct; County rond
running from tho mouth of Blnckafnjlth
Pork Cnnyon'Northwest to the Hyriu-i
Mlllvlllo County road; County road
running east from Avon precinct (o
La Platta; County rond running west
from Hyrum-Millvllle County road to
and Intersecting with tho State road
In College precinct; County road runn
ing west through College Precinct,
bcg'nnlng on State road immediate
south of Sugar Factory; thence west
to roau running North to Logan
Mendon County road; County road
l mining west from tho Western cor
porate limit's of Logan City, through
College precinct to tho Eastern cor
porate limits -of Mendon City; Coun
1 ty road running south from tho Sug
ar Factory to the Mlllvllle-Collee
; County road, A certain field read
running North from tho Northern cor
porate limits of the town of Mlllvlllo
to tho Southern corporate limits ot
the Town of Providence, and begin
ning at tho Northern corporate limits
of tho Town ot Providence; thojee
North through River Heights to the
Southern corporate limits of Logan
City; County rond running from tlit
eastern corpornto limits of Logui
City through Logan Canyon to the
ltlch County lino; County road rutin-
ing west irom mo western corpo..
limltR of Logan City through Benson
Precinct; thence through Peterboro
Precinct to tho Box Elder Couiifj
Hue; County load running north from
tho Lognn-Pcterboro road through
Benson Precinct to Newton; County
road through Benson Product; thence
Northwesterly to tho corpornto lim
its of tho town of Nowton; County
road ruining Northwcstorly from tho
Western corporate MiiiIIb ot the town
ff Newton to tho corporato limits of
the town of Clnrkston; County roid
running from tho Northern corporate
limits of the town of Clnrkston to the
Utnh-lonhr. Stnto lino; County road
running north from tho Northern err
porato llmltr of Mendon City through
Peterhoio nnd Cnche Junction to tns
Southern corporate limits of the
town of Nowton; County road running
from tho Northwodt corporato limit
of Logan City to Itlvorsldo and Ben
son Precincts, known ns tho Benson
Cut-off; County rond running from
tho Northern corpornto limits of Lc-
gnn City through North Logan Pic
clnct to the southern corporato limits
of tho town of Hydo Park; County
road running wost from tho westmn
corporato limits ot the town of Hyde
Park, crossing the Stnto road; thoncc
wost to Benson Precinct. A ceita'p
road running west from North Logan
to and connecting with tho Bensr.u
v ul-o.f road. A certain public hlgu
way In North Logan Precinct, running
Noith nnd South past tho North Lo-
gan school house nnd tho Lntter-duy
Saints Church; County road running
east from the eastern corporato lim
its ot Clarkston town to Trenton
Pieclnct; County road running south
from Trenton Precinct to tho corpor
ate limits ot the town of Newton;
County road running North from Tron-.
ton Precinct to Cornish Precinct; I
County rond running from Trenton to
the corporate limits ot tho Town ot
Lewlston; County road running North
from Trenton Precinct through
Stephenson Precinct to the corporate
.limits of the Town of Lewlston,
County road running from Trenton t-j
Snilthfleld Precinct; County roa-l
running through Corplsh Precinct;
Coilnty road running east through
Stephenson and Wheeler to tho cor
jioxato limits of tho town of Lewtston;
County road running Northeasterly
,'roni the corporate limits of tho town
of Lewlston to Covevlllo rrecluji;
also two roads running east from the
corporato limits of tho town of Lca
Iston, one to tho Stato road at High
Creek, tbo other caBt by Merrill M
to the corporate limits of tho City ol
Richmond; County, road running eabt
through Covevlllo intersecting with
the road which runs North to the
Utah-Idaho Stato lino; County road
running North and South along the
East side of the public square in the
City of Richmond, outside tho corpor
ate limits of the City of Richmond. A
certain road running east and west
through Richmond Precinct outside of
the corporato limits of the City ot
Richmond; County road running west
from tho Western corporato limits ol
Sralthfleld City to Riverside Precinct;
Newton and Trenton County road
running Northwesterly from Smith
field-Riverside County road to Tren
ton Precinct; County road running
south from the Southern Corporate
limits of Smithfleld City to tlu
Northern corporate limits of tho town
of Hyde Park, known as tho Upper
Said bonds to be of tbe denomina
tion ot $1000.00 each, with Interest.
Said bonds to run for a period j
twenty years, tho whole or any par
thereof redeemable after the expira
tion of ten years from dato of Issue
That the following named persons
have been appointed as Judges to con
duct tho said election, at the following
First Municipal Ward of Logan
City, Utah, at Sixth Ward Meeting
House: Stephen Hailstone, James
Anderson and W. M. Smith.
Second Municipal Ward of Logan
City, Utah, at Second Ward Meeting
House: Wm. Worley, James Larsen,
and Edwin Anderson.
Third Municipal Ward of Logan
City, Utah, at County Court Houso In
'tho Juvenile Court Room: N. W.
Kimball, Arthur Bateson, and Clius.
Fourth Municipal Ward of Logan
City, Utah, at Fourth Ward Meetlug
House: T. O. Lowe. H. P. Nelson,
ond Edward Peterson.
Fifth Municipal Ward of Logan
City, Utah, at Whlttler School Houbo.
Johu Broberg, N. M. Hansen, and
Smithfleld, nt City Hall: S. P. Er
Ing, Joseph Buck nnd Wm. L. Wlnu.
Richmond, at City Hall: C. Z. Har
ris, James W. Funk, nnd Wm. A. Balr
Cornish, at Meeting House: J. W
Pitcher, R. E. Butler, nnd Geo. Pope.
Clarkston, at Old Rock Meeting
Houso: II. S. Barson, John Jardlne
and Chas. Shumway.
Newton, at School Houso: George
Clark. John Benson, nnd Mnrt'ii
Wheoler, nt School Houso: James
M. Anderson, James V. Hodges, -uirt
William Bowman. Sr.
Tronton, nt Red Brick School
Houso: Win. Brough, B. F. Beityon,
nnd Adelbort Winn.
Lewlston, at Central School. 1
M. Stephenson, Jr., John H. Anderson
nnd P. E. Vnn Orden.
Stephenson, at School Houso: Thos
S. Karren, Lorln W. Marler, and .f
Wellsville, at Old Meeting House
W. H. Maughan, John A. Lentham
and John A. Lclshman.
Paradise, at Meeting House: D. M.
Blckmorc, N. Y. Hansen, and J. P.
Mr. Sterling, nt School Houso: Ds
vld Murray, James Bradshaw, nnd
Mendon, nt Meeting Houso: Thomao
Mulr, M. D. Bird, nnd Wm. Bartiett.
Avon, at Meeting Houbo: A. O
Jackson, Geo, W. Davis, and George
College, at Meeting Houso: W.
Jensen, Mosos Olscn, and James D
Mlllvlllc, at Meeting Houso: Martin
Olson, James A. Hovey. and John 11.
Hyrum. at City Hall A.M. Israelsen,
Wells McBride, and John W. Jensen.
Providence, at Meeting House: Geo.
M. Pickett, Leon Matthews, and C. M.
Cncho Junction, at Bank: . J. 11.
Bnrker, M. T. Beck, and Edward
Pcterboro, nt School House: Peter
Peterson, A,. P. Callistcr. and Hans
Hyde Park, at Rock Meetlug House:
Henry E. Hancey, Sr., John Klrby
end Win. Follett.
I Benson, at Meeting Houso: H. W.
'Ballard, W. W. Roundy, and Paul
North Logan, at Meeting House:
Carl M. Nelson, W. E. Nyman, and
Covevlllo, at Meeting House: John
Larsen, Carson Allen, and Alma
Mt Home, nt School House: Jos.
Cornish, George Gregory, John Biggs,
Riverside, nt School House: T. H.
Reeae, Andrew Munk, and Howcrd
By order of tho Board of County
Commissioners of Cncho Counn
Dated May 21st, 1012.
JAMES J. MEIKLE,
Chairman of the Board of Count
Attest: R. W. JAMES, Clerk.
By C. W. DUNN, Deputy
Mrs. William "VTlen, Chacon, Nev.
Mexico, had so severe a cough that
It nearly choked her to death. Mr I
Allen says: "Wo tried many things I
without helping her when by g00d I
luck 1 got a bottle of Foley's Honey I
and Tar Compound. It helped her Widfa
at once and finally cured her. it ' -
tho best medlclno we ever used." r
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IIIIIU May 18, 25 and 31, 1912.
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A August '1, 2, 10, 23 and 31, 1912.
September 4 and 5, 1912.
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