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- THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1912 THE LCa'.t) RCPU JUL-.I! PAGE FIVE H
Deputy Clerk C. Dunn is vis-
Siting friends in Salt Lnko City.
Mr. David Drysdalo returned homo
L last night after a pleasant visit In
' Salt Lake, Provo, and Payson, Utah.
After nil there s no beet digger
like tho Avery, sold by tho Sidney
Stevens Implement Co. tf
Wanted A girl to assist In "general
housework; no washing; good wages.
ICC North First East, phono 15. tf
cilractoia nre beginning the work
of remodelling tho litter Bros. Drug
, Company's building on Main street.
A farewell party will bo given In
the Preston block Friday night at 8
o'clock In honor of Mr. Rueben S.
Zimmerman. Refreshments will be
served and dancing will be enjoyed.
W. B. Parkinson, Surgeon and
Physician. Eyq, Ear, Nose, and
Throat. Glasses fitted scientifically.
Office, Main street, opposlto the Tab
Dr. Ruchenbrod, dentist, successor
to Dr. Emels, office removed to 51
North Main street. Phono 4G5R. 08
Do you want a 25c Tooth Brush
and a 25c packagd of Tooth Powder
or Pasto for 35c. You can get it at
our storo this week. Co-op Drug
Company. . ol2
Mr. and Mrs. W. G Davis and
their son Ray, of Burley, Idaho are
visiting relatives and friends prior
to Ray's' departuro for the mission
field. Ray leaves Salt Lake City on
October 17 for tho Australian mission.
J. S. Glen of Glen Bros. Music Com
) pany of dgden. Utah, who has spent-
- several weeks here Iri the Interest of
his firm, yesterday brought the re
sults of tho great Piano contest to
this city. No Cache Valley person was
successful, but Interest never the less
will bo taken In the official report
shown on page eight of this Ibsuc.
Mrs. H. G. Hayball left yesterday
fpr Downey, Idaho to attend the fu
neral of her niece Miss Violet Whltte
ker. Miss Whlttek' wns operated
on Tuesday night at the Pocatello hos
pital for goiter, and died while on tho
operating table. Sho was tho daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Flllery Whltteker
Mrs. Win, H. Thaln entertained
yesterday afternoon at her homo on
West Center In honor of her llttlu
daughter Afton's five-years-old birth
day. Tho house was beautifully de
corated with autumn leaves. Dainty
refreshments were served. About
twelve guests were present.
A convention of all of tho acting
teachers in Cache Stako will bo held
Wednesday, October 16 at 8 o'clock
in tho upstair room of tho tabernacle.
Special speakers havo been selected
to treat on the topics pertaining to
that special Work. It is especially
requested that all tho teachers of this
stake will be present.
Signed, STAKE PRESIDENCY.
First ward Mutuals will commenco
tonight at 7 o'clock.
Wanted n girl to do general house
work. Call ICO Y. ol5
Campbell's Saturday special will
appear in Saturday morning's lssuo
of tho Republican. (Advertlsment.)
Lost Red and wh'te cow, dehorned
and has heart In forehead. Notify
.Mr. Nlelson, 337 North First East
and be rewarded.
LOST Brown Cinnamon Hear skin
coat, between back yard of U. O.
store and Lincoln hotel corner. Notify
or bring to this olllce nnd be reward
The Wilson, one of the leading Ho
tels of Salt Lake City: rates 91.00
per day and upwards. Music during
meal hours. Headquarters for Cache
Two modern homes near B. Y. C.
for sale at a sacrifice. Address C.
H. Skldmore, 164 South Main street,
Salt Lake City, or call upon C. Fred
Schade, 1C8 South First" West street,
The Y. M. and Y. L. M. I. A. of
tho Third ward will give a Boclal
Thursday evening October 10 at 7:30
o'clock. An excellent program has
been arranged, which will bo follow
ed by light refreshments. The re
mainder of the evening will be spent
in dancing. The public is invited.
Tho case of Logan City vs. Frame
Forsberg was called for trial In Judge
Marshall's court Tuesday morning.
Before adjournment that evening a
Jury was empannelled. The cafo ''lis
heard yesterday and at 5 p. m. the
jury was' charged, and afte- eli'rt
deliberation returned a verdict of
8Ul1- k: . -
An accident which might have re
sulted In the death of three Logan
citizens, occurred Tuesday night near
Benson when an automobile driver
by Mr. George D. Cardon was tipped
over throwing two of Its occupants,
Mr. Wm. H. Thaln, and son John
Henry, Into a ditch, and tossing Mr.
Cardon some distance from tho car.
Mr. Thaln received several quite se
rious bruises and a thorough soaking
but will bo around again In a few
Second Game In Series of Colorado
Meets. Superior Weight and Ex
perience Gives Saturday's
Game To Colorado
By Gordon Klrby
Boulder, Colorado, Oct. 5, 1912
Tho Utah Aggies wero todny defeat
ed by the Colorado University by tho
score of 1C to 3. Tho playing from
start to finish was hard and fast but
tho superior weight and experience
of Colorado won out.
Tho visitors won tho toss and kick
ed off. Boulder advanced tho ball
but lost It ngnln on a fumble. Flnall?
by a scries of lino plunges nnd end
runs tho "Boulderites" got within (
striking distance ,of Utnh's goal.
Then Hnrtmnn of Bouldjer kicked n '
place kick, scoring three points. Utah '
then braced nnd rushed the Boulder '
team down tho Held. j
Second quarter. Tho Utah boys now
got together nnd from the thirty-five
yard line Batt kicked a place over.
Tho Utah" beys continued tho good
work as tho whistle blew for tho end
of tho first hnlf thoy ad the ball on
of tho llrBt half they had tho ball on
fumble then gave Boulder the ball
on Utah's thirty yard lino nnd forced
the bnll over, lighting for their
ground inch by Inch. This was Boul
der's quarter and Utnh seemed to bo
wenkenlng. In tho last quarter Boul
der made their second touchdown" by
straight footbnll relying very llttlo on
Brossard, the Aggio half-back, mado
the most sensational run of tho day
and but for tho Interference of somo
of his own men would no doubt havo
scored. Goodspeed tho Aggie quarter
back with one hand in n sling did the
best work on either side as ho broko
up play after play beforo they wero
Btnrted. Taylor was also n stnr of
the day, hlB hard tackling being a
feature of tho game, hers, tho Boul
der fullback, Copt., Hartman, quarter
back, and Donovan player stelmr
games for Colorado. Capt. Crookston
of Utnh played a good consistent
game and his punting was always ac
curate. Tho Aggies will practice all
week with tho "Mlnlstera" anil on Frl-
day they meet tho "Tigers" of Golden
with the following lino up.
Left End Kemp, Colorado; D.
Left Tackle Andrus, Colorado;
Left Guard Sloan, Colorado; Mohr,
Center Eckel, Colorado; Owen,
Right-End Glendcnlng, Colorado;
Right' Tackle Gartland, Colorado;
Right Guard Crowder, Colorado;
Quarter Back Hartman, (Capt.),
Colorado; Goodspeed, Utah.
Right Half Ivers, Colorado; Tay
Left Half Donovan, Colorado;
Full Back Knowlcs, Colorado;
Crookston (Capt), Utah.
PROF. REESE AT
An attraction extraordinary is uio
headllncr at tho Princess theater tho
remaining nights of this week. Prof.
Wat. Reese, tho expert demonstrator
of Hindu spiritualism and black cabi
net work who now has a national rep
utation as a manipulator of tho stron
gest and most mystifying acts yet
presented will hold tho boards. Mr.
Recso has baffled tho best of them
and comes with a guarantee that ev
ery one. who sees his work declares
it tho cleverest ever produced. Ha
claims it Is impossible to tlo him
down in any way, shape or form. Ho
will perform tricks that others cannot
perform and those only that nppear
Mr. Reeso Is well known hero and
will attract crowded bouses every
night, but even if ho wero n stranger
to local theater goers, tho glowing
tributes paid him and his work by
those of sound judgment who hi'tc
met him olsewhero would sufilco to
crowd tho house.
.Following Is a testimonial from ox
Senator Walter M. Plerco of Oregon:
Hot Lake, Ore., Sept. 7, 1912,
To Whom This May Concern: This
is to certify that tho undersigned Is
acquainted with tho bearer, Mr. W.
Reese, and has seen his work, and
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! Pf Getting what you pay for in 1
j 1 style fit quality and satisfac- jw sj jH
pi iMiiliN n tnats a Jk tnats not al" dtrr $ Hl
ffl SCtIat waYs easy when you start out Yprmlij a j
'I H5f jllM to buy Boys clothes. fHi I fl
'$ Si Get y6ur next Boy's suit here. fpf B
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I iS Sv 1(p ronize a store that sells satis- W S M
Si JvffOl taction. You 11 discover that W JL S M
B yfyf lAil there's one store that considers MumA $
JtmT B its customer's profit first, that ztZa$
I S Jr Mf? givesall you pay for. jjj M
i) JM p ' c -t a
Ages 3 to 17 $5 to $10
I Howell Brothers 1 1
K "LOGAN'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS." jj M
Is pleased to state that it is not only
Interesting, hut mystifying beyond
description. Prof. Reese has been a
patient at the Hot Lake Sanatorium
for several months, during which t'rao
ho has given numerous exhibitions,
nlwnys to tho complete satisfaction
cf all who saw him.
H's health is so gently Improved
that he Is better able to give his ex
hibition than ever. Regarding his
pc-eonallty, wo rrc pleased to stato
that we have always found him n
gentleman, and worthy of confidence
nnd trust. Wo recommend him to
nil with whom ho niny seek to trnn
Signed, WALTER M. PIERCE
President Hot Lako Sanatorium.
The life that counts Is ono that
riseeks to fill its moments with things
"My child wns burned terribly
about tho fnce, neck, nnd chest. I np
piled Dr. Thomns' Electlc Oil. The
pain ceased nnd tho child sank Into
n restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M.
Hanson, Hnmburg, N. Y.
Tho ups nnd downs of life keep a
mnn from getting rusty.
Carl C. Kratzcnstoln, Manager J.
G, Tanner Drug Store, Santa Cruz,
California, writes: "We havo Bold
Foley & Company's medicines for
tho past 20 years nnd havo yet to
hear our first complaint or of a dis
satisfied customer. Their remedies
aro pure, mado ub represented nnd
, contnln no Injurious substances. On
' tho contrary, our experlenco shows
us that tho company's nlm has al
ways been to mako health giving nnd
hoalth maintaining remedies. Co-operative
MRS. P. A. SIMPKIN
CALLED BY DEATH
Beloved Wife of Pastor Succumbs to
Heart Disease in Rldgefleld
Salt Lnke, Oct. 8. Mrs. P. A.
Simpkln, wlfo of the Rev. P. A.
Slmpkln of this city, died In Rldge
fleld, Wnsh., of henrt trouble yester
dny nfternoon nt 4 o'clock, according
to advices received hero. Sho was
48 years old, and had suffered for
:r.r.ny months. Tho Rav. Mr. Simpkln
was at his wife's sldo when death
Mrs. Simpkln was a charactor no
less beloved In this city thnn her
husband. While her death was not
entirely unexpected ns her condition H
wns known to her mnny friends hero H
It enme ns n distinct shock and Is H
widely mourned. fl
She was bcrn In Jollet, 111., Fcbru-
nry 28, 18C4, and was tho daughter of f
J. Stryker. Her maiden name was f
Kate Stryker. Sho wns mu.rled to !
tho Rev. Mr. Simpkln about twenty- i
three years ago. Three children sur- !
vivo her, Joseph W., nged' 20, Alice H
G nged 21, nnd John, nged 18. jH
(The Oomf ort aivd Pridei H
Illrr -2iHme ---- fl
What Is moro satisfying to a man, than to go to his home nnd jH
observe the comfortnblo surroundings, tho tastefully arranged hang- :J
ngs with furniture In keeping? At tor n hnrd dny at tho office, farm fac- jH
tory, or dally toll, n man certainly appreciates this and It really Is a. jH
s , ii Our stock is full of sug- ,jl .. H
Fpiiilte 15kQ gestlons and our clerks lOIJjl1 L2KQ 'H
TvMfrys3?-Jg aro at your servlco to give yjyjRKfficSVgy-JGl - j
llivr""lfl nrranB '0l,r roon1B ln nirLHeTi !H
Wm. Edwards Furniture 1
"Let us Feather Yqur Nest" M
P" - ... mm , M1 . 4 , H
jefc Oist Annual Sale Now On & I
1 ! Blankets, Underwear, Hosiery and L. D. S. Garments ! I
1 All Sold at a Discount. I
L Fest K, Wo,ks
I i North Main Street, - " Logan, Utah j I