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iHFPM PAQE r.cMT THE LOQAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16 1912
T .PROVIDENCE NEWS
BV4 ' Providence, Nov. 14. it?. S. H.
Ha Judd who won honors f6r himself,
H'vl nnd tho A. C. Inst year In tho do-
t' bating contest with 1'rovo, hna been
HtJ spending tho past week In Providence
HM Ho Is now connected with tho Del-
Hj ' les-Hansen Company ot Chicago ns
Hj r traveling snlesman.
MJ I Mr. Onirics Qcsscl ot Salt Lake
HJfl , spent a few days In town last week.
HHj ' Mrs. James A. Thorpo has been
Mj ; critically ill for tho past month, but
' t fy bho Is Improving a little.
K ' ;"l Ou- town people are waiting pa-
I") tlcntly tho arrival of tho street car
r In town. This lino will mean a great
denl to our pcoplo. Wo should ap-
mwmm i prcclato tho efforts of those who
H ' have promoted tho big proposition.
HB ' Mr. Hyrum Thorpo returned from
HH tho north recently.
HH' i The danco In the hall tho other
B night was attended by a largo crowd
HH from surrounding towns.
HHf Mr. Ocorgo Pickett our local black-
Hlii smith is Kept busy In his place of
Hi i business. Tho blacksmith shop has
H . been a big help to tho farmers this
B Mrs. Leon Alder has returned
from their farm In Pocatcllo Valley
HHfl nnd bring good reports from that
HHH jiart of tbo country. Sho feels en-
HHH couraged to know that tho farmers
Hi out thero are getting so much fall
grain put In ready for spring.
H For live news read Tho Republican
H ' ITALIAN OF MANY ALIASES
H GOES TO FEDERAL PRISON
HHH Omaha, Neb., Nov. 13. A two and
HHH n half years sentence to tho feder-
HHH al prison at Leavenworth, Kas, clos-
HHH cd a 25-ycars criminal record of Or-
H oesto Pnginlnl, who came to Omaha
HHHj as a, curley headed Itlalan boy.
J Slnco that time, according to fedcr-
H al oIllclalB, who secured his arrest
HHHL and prosecution. Paglnlnl has visited
B ..nearly every part of the world and
H - lived under moro than thirty aliases.
V Paglnlnl sorved under Madcro In
HHJ' Moxico and later enlisted under tho
HHHJ rebel generals, Orozco but was fore-
HHHJ cd to leave Mexico when his leader
HHHJ was hard pursued. (Federal officers
HHHJ picked him up when ho entered Tex-
HHHJ ns nnd ho was brought to Omaha to
HHHJ answer a charge of Impersonating a
federal olllcor. On this chargo ho
HHHJ was convicted, representing himself
HHHJ to bo a federal operative.
HHHJ Ten years ngo Paglnlnl was con-
H vlcted ot murder In Salt Lake but
oscaped with tho nsslstanco of tho
Itnllnh' ambassador al Washington.
Paglnlnl Is said to havo Influential
family connections In Italy.
For Salo Ono flno grado Holsteln
Jorsoy bull calf; cheap. Inqulro at
this office " Advortlsement)
Frank Peart of Mlllvlllo was a
Logan visitor on Thursday.
Edwin Miles of Smlthfleld was
shaking hands with Logan friends on
Wlllam 0. Dow, ot Denver, Colo
rado, was In Logan on Thursday and
went to Preston yesterday. Mr. Dow
Is ' representing a bonding company
which holds a number of tho Onolda
Irrigation District bonds. Ho Is hero
to mako an Inspection of tho com
pany's canals and reservoirs.
S.i E. Neodhnm and company Is
out with nn official schedule or tlmo
tablo of tho Logan Ilnpld Transit Co.
which goes Into effect on tho 20th
Instant. This tlmo card not only
gives tho tlmo of arrival and depar
ture of tho city car, but also of tho
Intorurban' car, which runs from tho
corner of Mnln and Center streets,
nnd makes regulnr trips to Smith
field. It Is a handy llttlo card to
havo In your pocket.
SCHOOL TEACHER WINS BIG
BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT
Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 12. Miss Al
ma Broderlck, of D trolt, a former
Chlcngo school teacher, iwon n $40,
000 breach of promlso suit In com.
mon pleas court hero today. The de
fendant was Jeromo Probst, a De
In 1910 Miss Broderlck obtained
a. Judgment by default from Probst
In a Now York court nnd a settle
ment agreement 'was filed hero by
which sho agreed to accept tho con
tents of Probst's Bafety deposit box
In full settlement of her damago
Her suit noro was to havo tho
agreement sot asldo on tho allegation
that sho was defrauded becauso tho
contents of tho box wore .valueless,
whereas thoy nad been represented
as securities of valup. Judge Estop
set asldo tho agreement ns fraudulent.
CROP THIS YEAR
Growers and buyers aro looking
fl Travelers to Colorado and the East
HHHH Should select a route famed tor Its
HHHH Scenic Attractions and Superior Train Service.
YhYJ Llfnrif THE DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD
hYhS LVllV "Tb Scenlc Llno of the wrll-"
HHH I. lull J TtlB rout0 0fors the "Back Fast" travelers more var-
HHHH 'cd scenic attractions, that can bo seen from tho car win-
HHHH lows without extra exponse for sldo trips, than any other
HHjm ii ..
HHHfll lliln "pedal low round trip fares to Pueblo, Colorado Springs
HHHfl- lllllr Lenver and principal eastern points, on sale
1 October 10 and 19, November
H A 23 and 25, Dec. 21, 23, 1912.
H f Through standard nnd tourist sleeping cars dally to
HHfl Denver, Kansas City, St. Lo.ils, Omaha and Chicago.
H SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE.
HHHH . R' 1 Pares and full particulars will be cheerfully furnished
HHHH I MlPTIirQ on applcatlon to any Itlo Grande agent.
HHHH I II II II n I A. Benton, Gen. Agt. Past. Dept. F. Fouts, Agent, I
1 ! IUIUIU 8alt Lake City, Utah. OgdenjUtahi
Frank A. Wadlelght, General Passenger Agent,
Denver, Colorado. I
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I 'Campbelfs Sensational 5 y l'-
! Money Raising Sale I "'
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We are Compelled to make seasonable Sacrifices in order to meet j
urgent demands. Beginning Today and Continuing until we close
j out entire lines. No sacrifice too great, we must raise J
i $5000.00 At Once .1
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5 . i hie
I Ladies Unions Ladies and Misses Suits just Price 75 cent valueg in J
v Shirt waists Price I
I worth $1.50 Fisk's Hats - - - - - Price Hosiery S
! . ;'
! Childrens Coats - - - - V Price . I '
At 95c, : ; ; : U5 Gents
! ' Closing out entire line Ribbons Price I ( .
j Fifty Silk Petticoats $1.95 t l
k i f te
I Select Holiday Gifts now. Your money will do double service. Come !
( early. Every Article in the Store must be moved regardless of Cost. -
! Campbell's 77 Main Street I j
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for another big npplo crop this year,
Certain parts of tho cast will not
produce uulto as many as last year
.principally tho Hudson River dis
trict), but generally, In tho east, mld
dlo west, nnd west, reports Indicate
an aggregate yield bigger than for
many years past. Never before has;
thero been tho demand for cold stor
ago space. Tho available spaCqiyn..'
tho Kansas City cold storago houses,
which aro among tho largest in tho
country, has already been engaged
by far seeing buyers.
ENGLISH BIRTH RATE
The continuously falling blrthrato
In England Is exciting more discus
sion In tho churches than anywhere
else. At tho annual church congress
held by tho members of to Anglican
church. Mr. W. C. Whotham, F. U.
S., urged that tho rollgiouB motive
should bo Invoked to stay what he
termed "tho plague of empty cra
dles." Broadly speaking ho said that
tho deficiency of children was most
I marked among tho thrifty skilled ar
tisans and In tho uppor nnd profes
sional classes. Tho average numbor
ot births maintained almost Its nor
mal lovol In families of Roman
Catholic faith. Thero was an actual
rise of 3 per cent In tho Irish birth
rate. It was not, ho said tho duty of
olther religion or sclcnco to urgo on
mankind unlimited reproduction, ro
gardlcs ot quality. When it was
clear that children would bo usolca
and degraded specimens ot humanity
society should not tolerate their pro
duction. Tho decline of tho English blrth
rato Is exactly paralleled In Scot
land says tho London correspondent
of tho Journal of the American Medi
cal association. Tbo nfty-slxtb annu
al report ,of tho Registrar-General
for 1910, shows a lowered birth rate
marriage rate, death rate, and Infant
mortality. Tho births numbered 124,
059, 4,610 less than In 1909 and 6,398
less than tho average of tho preced
ing five years and 7,368 less thnn
the average of tho preceding ton
years'. This is the smallest number
of births registered slnco 1890 It
amounts to 26.19 por thousand and
is 1.14 below the preceding year.
1.87 less than tho average of tho
procodlng flvo years, 2.G4 less than
tho average of tho preceding ten
I years and Is tho lowest rata on rec
ord. Tho marriage rate' was 6.D2 per
thousand, which though 0.12 moro
than that of tho previous year, Is
lower than any rate recorded slnco
1888. The death rate for tho year
was 15.26 which is 0.59 less than
that of tho previous year, 1.08 less
than tho average of tho preceding
five years and 1.67 less than the av
erage of tho preceding ten years.
Tho infant mortality was 108.3 per
thousand children born which though
0.C above that of the previous year
Is unusually low. Tho death rates
from all forms of tuberculosis continue-
-to decrease and are the low
A WOMAN, BEST POLICE FORCE
,Tho United Play Company in pre
senting "Tho Third Degree" In this
city shortly calls attention to tho
fact that never In tho history of ths
American utage was a play produced
which attracted such wor'd wide at
tention as did this dramatic triumph
by Charles: Klein. It ts to do with
a u'rugiJu for supremacy between
nn entire metropolitan rollco force
nr.il a woman using ovczy expedient
of fomlnlno will.
Thoro's nothing so good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
Cures It In a few hours. Rollovcs
nny pain In any part.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH tr
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Tho services for tho 24th Sunday I c
after Trinity will bo Holy Commun- '' a
Ion at 8:30 a. ra.; morning prayor I h
and sermon at 11 o'clock, and oven- I E
ing prayor and sermon at 7:30 p. I l
m. All aro Invited. I
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M. I. A. CONVENTION
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Tho regular monthly convention of '
th0 Cacho StakejMutuals will be held '
Sunday, November 17 nt 2 p. m. In
tho First ward room of the Logan '
A full attendance of all officers Is ' '
desired. 9 :
Signed, JEAN C. THATCHER,
A. E. CRANNEY, '
Didn't See Them
Small girl nt a football match scans
tho scene with eagerness; then la
disappointed tones, "Mother, I don't I
see any cripples I" I
"Of course not yet, my dear; tho I
game Is young. What did you ex- I
"Well, whero aro tho quarterbacks I
and halfbacks who were to play?" I
Judge. urn I
I L Out Gigantic Sale Is Still On &
M 1 We still have stacks of Blankets and Comforts that must be sold. Great Lots of Underwear and
H I Sweater Coats, Hosiery and L. D. S. Garments, also nice assortment of FURS. To reduce stocks $
H I quickly we are making very interesting Reductions in prices for you. Be wise and call at once at
I I Fonnesbeck Knitting Works
m I The only one in Logan with a Retail Store! North Main Street, Logan, Ut
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