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I EIGHT PAGES LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY UTAH,; SATURDAY,. SEPTEMBER 28, J9J2. TENTH YEAR M
h CACHE COUNTY FAIR CLOSES AMID '
CHEERS AND FIRING OF ROCKETS
Pronounced a Grand Success.
Exhibifs show Dcversified in
terest of People of Cache.
Public Satisfied. Awards
From the standpoint of exhibitors,
every man, woman und ch.ld who at
tended and as viewed by the Pies
dent and Hoard of Directors of the
nssoc'ntton, the Cache Caunty Fair,
which closed am'.d cheers and the tir
ing of lockets last Thursday even
ing, was a grand success.
Damns u fow ncc.donts to partlcl
B pants In scheduled events, nothing
arose to mar the. enjoyment of the
throngs which daily attended the
B Fair. Nothing but words of pralso
B . werg heard on tho work done by va
il rlous committees, and of the beauty
H and quality of the exhibits.
IB The displays Iff tho large exhlbl-
IB tlon hall were nicely arranged. All
fl around tho buildings were exhibits
B of various firms of the county oa well
as displays of private Individuals and
H schools, colleges, etc. In the center
B were seen the agricultural and hor
fl tlcultural displays most admirably
B arranged. The horse, cattle, sheep,
B awlne, and poultry shows were excel
B lent, some departments for exceed
B . Ing tho excellency of a year ago.
B As an amusement center, as provl
fl ousty stated the Fair was a hummer.
B One could easily spend a day on the
B grounds and yet take In but part of
B the attractions. The horse races each
H afternoon naturally attracted tho lar
91 gest crowds, and those of Thursday
$ were" truly great.
f A The races were the most sensation
,Ja9L al, and closely contested, that ever
nP-W have been hold on tho local track.
'Bj Every horse was In to win, and dup
IB Ing tho meet tho track record was
J lowered. Unfortunately, however, tho
fl horse lowering tho record was ruled
m out after the third heat, an act which
ME created some sharp criticism on tho
fl part of the judges.
H Tho 2:40 trot and pace furnshed
M the sensation of the day and was An
il ally won by Utah Pointer. For tho
H first two heats Moses Thatcher drove
flj Dell Lawrence, tho promls'ng mare
M owned by Mr. Wlllam Lawrenco of
B Richmond successfully under tho
M wire In 2:24U each time. Bell Law
IB rence also led the third heat until
HJ tho last turn when Utah Pointer
MR made a sensational finish passing the
fl Rclhmona (Iyer and winning by a nar
H row margin in 2:21"4. The fourth
H was taken by Utah Pointer In' the
flj same way other than the margin was
flf much larger at the finish, and the
flj tirao 2:24. For tho final heat the
H Pointer kept tho pole, for the first
H time, during tho entire heat Mr.
B Thatcher bringing Bell Lawrence In'
B for a sensational finish after tho
B last turn, and whllo It looked as
I COUNTY COM-
1 MITTEES ARE
H County Chairman II. A. Pcdersen,
Hj yesterday named tho following stand-
H Ing committees to net during tho fall
HJ Finance Committee
fl Thomas Smart, II. Bullen, Robert
jfl Murdock, Lorenzo Hansen, John II.
H Anderson, Wlllnni II. Thaln, R. L.
mm Campaign Committee
mm II. 0, Nobokor, Ceorgo Thomas,
jA H- C Potorson, Thomas Smart, Dr
'ly D- C, Budgo, A. a. Lundstrom. Dr.
B H K" Merr,u-
n Executive and Advisory Committee
B A. 13. Bo won, Logan, Utah; M C
Hj Harris, Logan j ,J, 0 Allen, Logan;
BJH John Q, Adams, Logan; John O
Bi Peterson, Logan; Jos B, Cowley, Lo
HE gan; J. W, Jensen, Hyrum; Joseph
Hi A. Smith, Provldoncv Norman Al
IB Ion, Wollsvlllo; J. J. Molkle, Smith
PS field; J. L, McCaroy, Richmond;
BS Prltz E"klund, Nowton; F. T. Ball
Mi am, Hyde Park; Harvey Rawlins.
WB Lowlston; Chas. tt. JoppeJon. Col-
Bi lceo; Martin Olsen, M'Uvlllo; Nels
B Y- Sanson, Paradlso; Garrett Dahlo.
)M Clarkston; J. c. Allen, Covo; Wm.
M Cunningham, Mendon; John Ricks,
though ho was going to pass tho
Pointer was strong and came under
tho wire a winner of the heat and
race, time 2:28, Boll Lawrenco sec
end, May Day third.
In the Free for all, trot and pace,
some fine horses were entered. Young
Adel a, a mare that had Just arrived
from the Portland circuit, Grey Star,
an Idaho horso, L.llle B. a local ani
mal, and Dlctatum, the horse that
lowered tho Cacho County track re
cord, making the first heat In 2:15,
owned by C. H. Thompson, a horse
man, rancher, and capitalist of Salt
Lake Clt. The race started w.U
Lill.e B. at tue pUe, Ulctntura second
Young Adel.n th.rd, and Grey Star
fourth. After the llrst turn Dlctatum
easily took the pole and nia.ntaineu
it until the tln'.su, wanting the heat
In record brcnk.11,5 time, -.15. Young
Adella second, Gray Star tnlrd, ana
Lllllo B. Fourt'n. In the second heat
Young Adelia finished tlrst, with
Grey Star second, Dlctatum third,
and Lille B. Fourth. The start for
the third heat was a bad one. Dictat
um being tho victim, tho old horse
was game, however, and showed tre
mendous speed In making up time.
On the second lap ho broke which
put him more to the rear, the driver
plck'ng up as soon as possible and
driving to quality for the next heat.
The judges announced the heat. Grey
Star flrst, Young Adella second, Dlc
tatum third; time, 2:17Vi. When the
hornvB lined up for the fourth heat
tt was noticed that Dlctatum was at
tho wire with b'anket on but tho
driver making no preparations to
start, and here was the only contro
versey of the races. Notwithstanding
the fact that tho Judges had announc
edDIctatumthlrd," it nn'pears that
they had afterwards decided that the
horso was flagged. In talking with
one of tho .officials nfterwnrds It was
learned that there was no flag, and
consequently no flagman. It appears
that after the Judges had made their
announcement the drivers of Young
Adella and Grey Star appeared and
claimed the horso should be ruled
out on account of being distanced,
and tho Judges Joined them In their
contention, thus reversing their an
nounced decision, and causing much
dissatisfaction among spectators and
also those who had placed their mon
ey on the Salt Lake horso. Tho heat
was a close one between Grey Star
and Young Adella, tho former win
ning in. 2:17. Tho fifth and last heat
was a repltltlon of tho Fourth, Gray
Star winning tho race in 2:20.
The two year old trot and pace
was a fine race with some choice
young animals on the track. It was
won handily by Udare taking two
straight heats In 2:59, and 2:55,
respectively, with Casslo Jean sec
ond. Tho only running race of tho day
was between Display and Tenderest.
It was a quarter mllo dash In which
Tenderest was to give display 20 feet
tho start, either at tho start or llnlsli.
Tho odds wore tnkon nt tho start
and tho raco was called. Tenderest
was tho tenderest and most beautiful
little picco of horso llesh that one
could gazo upon, nnd but two years
old, whllo Display was a horse of
mature years. As soon ns tho sig
nal was given Toiulorest did not lose
much tlmo In making up tho 20 feet
nnd then ran away from tho horso
On account or tho falluro of some
department supervisors to furnish
tholr lists of awards tho following
bookings aro Incomplete, but will be
supplemented In tho next lssuo.
N. P. Nielsen, Secretary
Globo Tablo Beet Samuel Pike.
Logan, first prizo.
Kgg Turnip Samuel Pike, Logan,
Summer Cabbage Samuel Pike,
Logan, second prize.
Early Roso Potatoes Samuel Pike,
Logan, flrst prlzo.
Summer Squash John Brady, Lo
gan, second prizo.
Carrots Lehl Olson, River Heights,
Mangel Beot Lohl Olson, Rlvor
Heights, flrst prize.
Winter Cabbage Lehl Olson, Rlv
or Heights, aecond prize.
Parsnips John li, Roucho, Mill
ville, first prize.
tarrots J. E. Ro'ichc, Mlllvllle
first prize. '
Tablo Beets J. E. Roucho, Mill
vllle, second prlzo.
Mangel' Beets J. E. Rouche, Mill
vllle, second prize.
Cauliflower J. E. Rouche, Mill
vllle, flrst prize.
Winter Cabbage J. E. Rouche.
Mlllvllle, first prize. ,
Yellow Denver Onions J. E.
Rouche, Mlllvllle, second prize.
Potatoes Rural New York J. E
Rouche, Mlllvllle, first prize.
Carrots Thos. Stratton, Low.,
Sugar Beets Abe Hansen, College,
Kohlrabi Harley itergen, Losnn,
Hubbard Squash Mr. Crookston.
li st pr'ze.
F'.-.x and Flaxseed Henry Johnson.
Logan, llrft pr'ze.
W nter Cabbage N. P. Nlelsan,
Summer Cabbage Ola Larson, Lo
i;:m, first prize.
fed Cabbage Ola Larsen, Logan,
Iii'M prfro. ,
Winter Cabbage Ola Larsen, Lo
t,an, flrst prize.
Herbs Ola Larsen, Logan, flrst
Celtry Ola Laraen, Lcgan, llrst
Pars'ey, Ola Larsen, Logan, secnm'
Yollow Denver Onions Alma Mey
ers, Wellsville, flrst prize.
Red Onions Alma Meyers, Wells
ville, first prize.
Potato White Pearl Thos. Busby.
Logan, flrst prize.
Yellow Denver Onion J. H. Maugh
an, Logan, second prize.
Early Eureka Potato J. H. Maugh
an, Logan, flrst prize.
Tomatoes Andrew King, North Lo
gan, second prize.
Tomatoes James Jensen, Hyrum,
In Thursday's lssuo under the cap
tion, "Oh You Railroad Builders," The
Republican passed a hot shot to Funk
Shaw and Gollghtly In tho following
Tho case of The Logan Republi
can vs. Funk, Shaw and Gollghtly
for tho recovery of $100 the agreed
price for tho publication of what
was commonly known as the "Go
llghtly Railroad Franchise," was
called for trial before Judge- Har
ris in the district court here Tues
day. The case went by default and
Judgment was rendered In favor of
plaintiff In the Bum of M00 with
Interest nt the legal rate from Oc
tober 1, 1911, together with the cost
Thus the last paragraph was at
tached to another beautiful volume
of air castles which exploded at a
Since tho appearance of that ar
ticle some have misinterpreted It,
thinking that reference was made
therein to the franchise in connection
with tho Ogden, Lewlston and North
ern Railroad company represented by
Mr. P. A. Wells and h's associates.
Such was not tho caso.
The court proceedings were against
Funk, Shaw, and Gollghtly with re
spect to n franchlso granted them
prior to tho time of tho granting of
tho franchise under which Mr. Wells
nnd his associates nro operating.
Mrs. Julius Stratford Budgo, wlfo
of President William Budgo of tho
Logan temple, while on a visit In Po
catello, died at tho resldenco of her
son, Jcsso Budgo of that place.
Funoral servces will bo held In tho
Lognn tabernacle on Monday at 2
Owing to tho Irrigation congress
conforenco and Stafo Fair at Salt
Lake City, It has been thought best
to postpono tho Mass County conven
tion of tho Progressive party until
Saturday, October 12 at 1 o'clock
T. W. PETERSEN, Chairman.
JOS. j. BITHELL, Secretary
Corn In Stalks Wm. Ellis, Logan,
second prize. ,
Corn In Stalks C. C. Jensen, Lo
gan, third prize.
"Peas Wm. R. Zollinger, Provl
Snce." flrst pr'ze.
Peas Thos Young, Lewlston, Am'
Squash Thos Young, Lewlston
Winter Cabbage Thos. Young,
Lew.'ston, llrst prize.
Large On'on Thos. Young Lewis
ton, first prize.
Potatoes, Manhattan Beauty Thos
Young, Lowlston. second prize.
Sweot Corn Mnrylcth Standlcy.
Logan, flrst prize.
White Deans Mnryleth Stnndley,
Lognn, llrst pr'ze. ,
Carrots- Maryleth Stnndley, Logan,
Potatoes Early Eurckn Maryleth
Standloy, Logan, second p'lze.
Corn. In Crib John Quayle, Logan
Corn 'li Stalks John Quayle, Logan
flrst pr ze.
Sheaves of Wheat John Quajle,
I. ojan, second prize. ,
. Squash- .John Quayle, Logan, sec
Hubbard Squash John Quayle, Lo
gan, th rd prize.
Early Rose Potatoes Jonn Quayle,
' Logan, second prize. ,
.Early Ohio Potatoes John Qunyle,
" flrst prlzo
'' Squash Win. Chugg, Providence,
Hubbard Squash Wm. Chugg, Pro
'vldence, second prize. ,
Potatoes Draft Proof Wm. Chugg,
Providence, llrst prlzo.
J. H , Wilson, Supervisor
Judges, Geo. Romney, Olof Nolson.
Best Exhibit Amalgamated Sugar
Best Exhibit Homemade Candy
, Murdock Candy Co., llrst prize.
(Continued on page 8)
PUT JO DEATH
, Harry Thome was Just as cold blood
ed and ludlfTereut when he died ns
when ho murdered. It was evident
that his own Ufo meant no more to
him than George W. FaBSell's did
when that young grocer didn't get
his hands up quickly enough to pleaso
the young robber. ,
At a Uttlo after C o'clock this morn
ng Sheriff Sharp walked to tho death
cell in tho state prison and started
to read tho warrant of doom to the
"Cant you cut out that rough stuff"
ho asked the sheriff.
"I'll read only the necessary part"
replied the latter, and tho ybung
man showed a bored expression like
n congressman listening to a tariff
A minute later he was ready for
tho last solemn march, but protested
Mien Sheriff Sharp started to blind
"I want to see what's going on nt
tho last," ho said.
He was allowed to walk out of the
prison Into tho yard next to tho
blncksmlth shop with oyes uncovered
though tho custom Is to blindfold a
condemned man In his death cell.
Tliorno walked with steps moro
steadv than those of his executioners.
He showed keen Interest In tho nr
lnngcment for tho Inst gruesome part
of his life's tragedy.
Died Very Quickly
It was thirty-four minutes nfte- 0
o'clock when flvo rifles barked ind
Thorno's body quivered ever so slight
ly. Three bullets pierced tho hirt
and one entered tho body Just to t'io
right of tho llttlo round pleco of whllo
paper pinned over his shirt. Sixteen
seconds after tho first roport three
physclans pronounced Thorne dead.
He had Warden Pratt telegraph to
his mothor In Bnltlmoro yestorday,
asking If sho wanted his body sent
there, tolling her that If sho did not
(Continued on pngo G)
City and county Republican head
quarters will bo opened tho begin
ning of next week on tho second floor
of the Campbell block on Main street.
That is over tho Goldon Rule Storo.
Party mombors friends and sympath
izers are Invited to tho new quarters.
DEMOCRATS HOLD CONVENTION
AND NAME COUNTY TICKET
Nominee For Governor Delivers Address. Many Attrac- HBBH
tions Draw Large Crowd. Logan Charged With Sharp BflBH
Practice Against Smithfteld. Smithficld's Mud Slingcr Goes H
up The Hill And Down Again And in Penitent Mood H
Bites The Dust. Ticket named in Same Old Way by Same H
Old Crowd. H
The Cacho County Democrats had
their usual bl-ennlal Jublllatlou
jesterday. They met, nominated,
elected their ticket as usual, and ad
journed to nwalt tho announcement of
a sweeping Republican victory In
No ember. Tho convention was fair
ly well attended, a number of red
Wilson badges being In evidence
Chlitruinu Edwards called tho con
vent. on to order mid named John E.
Gritllu, as temporary chairman, and
T. J. Marshall as secretary. Tho
chairman was modest and accepted
the honor without protest, eulogy or
A motion wns made that the regu
lation committees bo appointed and
while the chairman was Btudying tho
state submitted by the bosses Mr. E.
It. Owen sauntered along Main Btreet
to P'ck up the stragglers, and Chair
man Edwards, Hon. Jos. E. Cardon,
nnd wheelhorso J. M. Blair gunrded
tho front entrance of the court house
apparently to see that none of the
The chairman at 10:40 announced
the committees and a motion to ad
journ for thirty minutes was made.
Chairman Edwards seconded tho mo
.tlon, nnd an amendment making It
an hour was mado which seemed to
meet popular approval, but Chairman
Edwards said thirty minutes wns the
r.ght thing nnd tho rule of tho mani
pulators prevailed. .
Upon reassembling tho credentials
committee recommended that "If
there aro vacancies In any delegation
that the mombers of that delegation
present be permitted to fill such va
cancies but that no votes Bhnll bo
cast for absent dclcg'utes In any dis
trict." As tho roll wns called many dele
gates wore found to be absent, and
the drafting began, Benson was
called. Charles Reese said they were
The Butler's Secret, to be presonted
at Nlbley Hall next Monday evening
Is a play that will bo long remember
ed for Its beauty and power. Mrs.
Annlo Adam, who rlays tho lo.iding
role, tlmlfl in this play a vehlcb well
suited to her needs nnd special abtl
itps. The oharncter of Nurso Appl-s-feate,
sho declares Is tho best one
rer written lor her. Tho klndiy Id
Irish nurse, who has given n mot tier's
?ro nnd lo'Mig devotion to you'it;
Gregory dining the wholo towrnty
flvo yeai-3 or his life, Is portrayed bs
her as perhaps no other vonian
could portrny It. Although after tTn
prologue she appears as a woman cf
the extreme nge of n.nety, her men
tal faculties aro still keen nnd aleit,
and her witticisms will cause unity
a r.pplo of mirth among her audt'ois
Another most excellent charade
artist Is Miss Gertrude Plunimer who
nssumes tho rolo of Mrs. Wlllmtu
Howard Gregory, wife of tho New
York Banker. Sho brings to this pu' t
tho motherly tenderness nnd homely
touch that appeal to the heart.
Though Mrs. Gregory has no chlUrcn
of her own. the maternal lnstluc Is
well developed, and sho Is only too
glad to toko tho part of mother to
tho llttlo ono so early beroft of r.
mothor's care. In tho closing s.-eim
of tho prologue, ns sho presses the
llttlo ono to her heart and sings nn
old fashioned lullaby, tho lights nro
slowly lowered, and It Is a bit ff
realism that will linger long In tl'o
memories of thoso who seo and hear
It. In tho lnttor part sho appears
again as Mrs. Caroline Cutting, the
stiff, formal nunt of Natalie, who la
Grogor.s sweothoart. Mrs. Cutting
Is ambitious for a foreign marriage
for her nleco, but of course lovo tri
umphs In splto of her. In hor Inter
her wori- throughout Is well sustn'n
vlow with tho pastor sho shows her
talents to splondld advantage, and
her work throughout Is well sustained
not full and submitted substitutes.
Stephen Hailstone tried to evado (he HjBlB
lack of Interest In Logan by plead-
lug that the delegates did not know- BbBBJ
when tho convention would meet. HHBH
Lowlston wns the flrst delegation to
announce that they were "full." Some HjBlB
one asked whero they got it and tho HjBlB
crowd I'ateucd for tho tip. Bishop BBTBl
Johnson announced his delegation flflflfl
would be "full this afternoon," and flHHfl.
Senator Funk said ho thought the HHHl
Richmond delegation would be full. HHHJ
Olof Nelson in a moment of frustra- HHHJ
tlon lost his district and Just blushed H
when ho found it again. Delegation HH
after delegation was cared for and HH
then there wcro vacancies to spare. HH
Tho temporary chairman was raado HH
permanent, with S. W. Hendricks H
secretary and tho convention adjourn- HH
At the afternoon session Guberna- HH
torlnl Candldnto Jhn F. Tolton was H
present, and Immediately beforo tho HH
convention was called to drdor somo HH
Kiummotb pictures of candidates WU- BpHj
bon and Marshall were carried In. Tho HH
delegates gazed on tho pictures and HB
then some one started to applaud, HB
Tho applause then becamo general HH
The pictures, Candidate Tolton, tho H
brass band, the Bryan rally, and
tho convention Itself then succeeded HHj
In filling the court room. BBB
Chaplain Pnul Cardon offered pray- BBB
Tho chairman then said; "wo aro HBB
favorod this afternoon by the pres- HH
unco of the next Governor of Utah, H
Hon, John F. Tolton." There was HHBj
some npplauso. H
Candidate Tolton then addressed H
the convention. He said ho felt that HHBJ
the Cache delegation was responsible H
for his nomination. Ho then tickled H
the delegates by saying If all Dem- HH
ocrats wero llko those bofore him, HjHB.
tho Democracy was sure to win. All HH
then applauded. He said tho Demo- H
crntK were going to win, that tho BHj
"Issues aro on our side" and that tho Bl
wanderers are returning." He then HH
said thero was a disheartening spirit HH
among tho Democratic ranks, but urg- HH
ed all to cheer up and predicted that HH
ho would bo elected, HH
Mr. Tolton very carefully evaded HH
any reference to his own record, on HH
tho Agricultural College. He was a HH
member of tho legislature which tried HH
to kill the College. Tolton was pair- HHl
ed on tho speech making with Hon. HH
'Ylllnrd Hansen of Box Elder but BB
when It came to roll call ho voted HB
to Kill tho College. Ho reserved his Hfl
hllenco but when the opportune tlmo Hfl
c.ime used the nxo for all he was HjB
Continued on Page 4. Hl
OPINIONS OF COUNTY CHAIR-
MEN ON THE BRYAN RALLY
IH THE TABERNACLE
As there has been moro or less talk HH
on tho iHryan meeting In the taljer- H
undo tho Republican feeling that tho HJ
County Chairmen were nearer tho HJ
pulso of tho peoplo than any one olso BB
asked Messrs Edwnrds and Pedcrson, HH
Democratic and Republican chairmen HH
respectively, the following question HH
What Is your opinion as to tho ad- HJ
vlsablllty of holding the Bryan ItalU HH
In tho Cncho Stake Tabernacle? HH
Chairman EdwardB replied: 'I HH
think It is tho proper thing. Mr. HB
Bryan Is a. national character and HH
the meeting should be hold thore." jHJ
Chalrninn Pederson said: "It Is al- HH
right If the house Is opened for po- SH
lotlcnl purposes, wheroln all parties HM
received tho samo consideration, Mr. BJ
Bryan Is a political stump speaker, a Hj
national stump spcakor. There aro H
many stump speakers on tho nation-
nl platform, and It Mr. Bryan Is por- HJ
mltted to speak in tho tabernaclo In HJ
tho Interests of tho Democratic can- HJ
dldato and principles, tho samo fa- HJ
for and consideration will bo oxpectod HJ
for other speakers and party polltl- HJ