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I AND HEALTH
f,W ' 'Dr. Uolln, head til the department,
H-j r'-of physical education nt the Unl
E 1 versity of Utah, gavo two very In
HU Btructtve lectures bofore the stu
n 1 dents and faculty of tho Agricultur
al 'j ' vnl College last week.
HJs i '"' Dr. llolln la an exponent of the
(''Swedish system of gymnastics and
Calisthenics, and ho spoke as one
hh, . having authority.
Hl I "The Ideal of physical training In
HH ' ! any form Is the search for general
M efficiency of all participants," tho
I speaker announced In tho beginning,
1 and then proceeded to expound tho
, doctrlno of physical vitality and
force as the basis of all montal and
! moral stamina. Ho deplored tho
( I fact that In the march of civilization
y I wo are coming to bcllovo that wo
I i should conserve our efforts too much
BB "Economy of effort Is good enough
B, I If wo eccnomlzo on tho rougher
B f tilings hut expend our nctlyltles an
! higher things. Wo nro working less
'than our ancestors, nnd wo nre weak-
m cr and smaller as a result," dcclar-
HHI ' ed tho speaker. "Wo aro afraid of
H n good day's work, and wo should
H should not ho."
H "Tho stomach with Its alimentary
HHH tract Is tho center of success. A
H I Bwcct, good naturo and a sweet
BBJ breath go hand in hand, and both
H nro dependent upon n complcto dl-
BBJ gcstlon, assimilation and cllmlna-
BB i Dnt nil thrco of tho last named
HHH aro very far from "complete" if we
BH aro following a sedentary llfc4 or
BBJ passing of an existence of limited
H r "In movement tbero Is Ufo nnd
H joy," said Dr. llolln, "and that Is
H health; for health Is not tho mere
f absence of disease, but It Is n con-
BBB dltton of vital cnorgj' wlicro wo want
to ect out nnd kick up our toes
B the life in us clamoring for oxpres-
HjJ , sion, for activity. When wo feel that
BBBI way we aro healthy."
H Proper athlotlcs and well directed
HP l'lay tend to develop that condition
E In all who engage therein.
BBB Tho intellectual powers of nccu-
BBJ racy, exactness, reasoning power and
BBJ the moral stamina Mo DO what Is
BBJ right as well as to know what is
H right nil como as nn outgrowth of n I
BBJ splendid physical harmony.
BBJ Such a physical harmony, which
BBJ str.mlB sponsor for Its galaxy of vir- '
BBj tuous results, is tho outgrowth and ,
H iuovltablo result of a r.'jd eclonti-
H flc physical training.
H "Itegular play makes up a good
BBJ part of this. It will mako us young
H and happy, will help us to down tho
H disease, worry, and to assist naturo
Hy In all her functlonlngs, and her at-
Hf tompts at keeping us healthy and
H strong. For wo have no business
Hl to bo anything but well, corroct Ilr-
1 1'iK will make for physical wholo-
BBfc someness, nnd wholesomcncss is ho
H GIRLS TRAPPED IN MINE I
H TALK THROUGH PIPE I
BBJj Imprisoned In Dark Passage Many
HJ 1'rlsco, Utah, Nov. 15. "We're all
B right, father; don't worry."
BBJ This message spoken through nn
BBJ f air plpo, which was tho only means
Hj r communication between Hoy Alex-
l nndcr and his two daughters, who
.' woro shut in by tho collapse of part
H.1 ot tl10 Horn Silver mine, was recetv-
Bj cd about 10:30 last night. First ono
Bj nnd then tho other girl talked
B through tho tube. Mr. Alexander,
BB foreman of tho mine, had believed
M thoy wero killed. The cave In cc-
B f currcd nt 10 o'clock last nl,?ht. They
BB wero rescued nt 2 this nftornoon.
BB Tho girls, Misses Hazel, aged 19,
BB and Daisy, 1C, woro on a sight see-
BB Ing tour of tho underground tunnols
H. with James Klley. night shift boss
BB who guided the party': David Banks
BB , of Mlnersvillc, Arnold Robinson and
BBJ John Whlto, miners nnd another ruin-
BB cr. They wero nil Imprisoned.
H Rescue Effected
BBJ For sixteen hours workmen dug
H: and timbered through tho debris bo-
BB foro a rcscuo was effected. Tho girls
H received a sovero nervous shock, but
BBJ- otherwise none ot tho party was In-
H- Jured. A conpleto check on tho mine
BB omployees has been made and all nc-
BH counted for.
Bfl ' Tho party was on tho 300 level
B when tho cave In occurred In the
B I main shaft. Tho fallen earth and
BBfl rock shut off escape, but no ono
BBfl wns oven bruised. Tho rush ot air
H extinguished their lights and thoy
BBU wero let In complete darkness. Klley
P Judging tho locality ot tho accident
H: I by tho sound, and fearing that tho
H: cavo In would continue, led thorn as
Hj fast aB posslblo to tho end of tho
H oxcavatlon ou tho lovel. When the
BBJ nolso ceased they returned to tho
H Pastaoe U Cleared
All available minora and a physl-
clnn wero aent to tho mlno from
HB FrUco. J. R. Oultoras a mining on
HjKil - Klncor, organized rtho rescuers Into
companies ot fifteen each. Only that
number could work in tho shaft nt
ono tlmo. RIloy groped about in tho
darkness nnd found tho air plpo. Ho
' shouted tho informatlpn to tlioso on
tho outsldo that tho party was safe.
I Tho foroman Inquired for his daugh'-4
Iters and the answered his questions,
thomselves. It was thon simply a
matter of hours when a passage was
I MEXICO 13 WAGING WAR
I TO A FINISH
j Report of War Department Indicates
Government Is Carrying Out
Threat to Exterminate
Mexico, Nov. 17. That the .Mexi
can government Is determined to enr
ry out tho threat to resumo tactics
employed so successfully by Goner
I nl Robles In tho stato of Morolos
some months ago, Is Indicated by
I tho report of tho war department an
I nounclng tho total destruction of
j several smnll towns and villages In
I tho northern mountains of Oaxaca,
whoro tho rovolutlon has been ram
pant, Another evidence of tho govern-
mont's Intention to uso all energy'
In restoring penco In tho south Is
tho announcement by a high official
that 300 soldiers now operating In
tho north, chiefly In Chihuahua, Co
nchulla and Durango will bo sent
against rebels in tho states of Mex
ico, I'uebla, Guerroro and Oaxaca.
IxtepcJI and Zln, two of tho places
I destroyed were tho strong holds of
I tho Serrano Indians. Convinced that
tho Inhabitants of theso towns woro
i In accord with tho rebels, ordors
wero Issued for their destruction.
Without calling on tho Inhabitants to
withdraw, tho artillery began Us
work, censing only when tho town
had been reduced to n mass of ruins.
Tho Indians aro nctlvo In other di
rections. Official reports say con
ditions of tho states of Morolos and
Mexico havo Improved, but it is
known that tho rebels hold Import
ant hills near Cuernavaca and large
ly control tho rural districts and
i many of tho minor towns In tho
Stato of Mexico. Tho situation In
tho stato of Guerrero has become
worso on account ot tho leadership
of Juan Andrew Almazan, who Is
I said to havo a considerable following
and controls territory along tho Pa
1 General Agullar, who Is supposed .
to bo directing a large part or tno
rebel forces Is operating In the south' ,
ern part of tho stato of Puobla. En- (
counters nro reported dally, but In j
nil ot thorn tho government has boon
victorious with slight losses; I
To the registered voters of Logan i
City, notice Is hereby given: I
First That in accordance with
provisions of the law, (Chaptor 17, j
Section 189G,; a school election will !
be hold In Logan City, Utah, Wed- I
nesday, December 4, 1912, for tho j
purpOBo of electing ono mombor
of tho Hoard of Education from each I
nt the llvo municipal waraa. j
Thero will bo ono polling place for j
ouch election in each ot tno Ave I
municipal wards of Logan City, Utah j
ut the following places:
First municipal ward Old Sixth j
wnrd meeting house j
Second municipal ward Vestry,
Second ward meeting house. i
Third, municipal ward County J
court honso. j
Fourth municipal ward Vestry i
Fourth ward meeting houso. '
Fifth municipal ward Whlttler j
school houso. J
Second Tho polls for such oloc- I
tlon will bo open at 7 o'clock a. m. j
and closo at 7 o'clock p. m.
By order of tho Board of Educa
tion, GEO. THOMAS, President.
DAVID TARBET, Clerk. j
Dated Logan City, Utnh, Novom-
ber 4, 1912. I
BAZAAR AT PROVIDENCE
Tho Providence Second ward will
conduct a bazaar for two days, No
vember 20 and 21, Wednesday and
Thursday of this week. In tho nftor
noon and ovonlng thero will bo sorv
ed delicious chicken dinners at 25
cents, and luncheon nt 15 cents.
ADVICE ON CHOICE
Dr. J. T. Wilier, editor of Tho
Character Builder, gives scientific
charactor readings with advlco on
cholco of vocation and solt-culturo
at the rcsldenco ot R. Murdock, Jr.
45 West Socond North street, from
1 to 7 p. rn. dally until Saturday.
Tho trial Jurors for tho November
torm of tho First Judicial District
court, first caso oV, which IsVcaJlod
for the 25tn Inst, have bcctP d'rSwti
ns follows: V-
Richmond Ueorgo E. Doty, An
drow B. Allen, Parloy II . Nelson,
and Lowls McCarroy..
Hyrum Henry Danlolscn, Ivor
Nielsen, T. W. Peterson, W.".p. '
Roso, George W. Allen,' and Albert
Logan II. G. Peterson,- Wllllanr'
J. Dowdlo, Heber J. Carlisle,- John1'
H . Mosor, Harry Stonoy, Henry Lun
dahl, Fred Crane, T. G. Lowo, Nels
Carlson, Noah Larson, Fred McNeil,
Samuel Adams, Charles Edelfsen, J.
Charles Johnson and Frank Pondlc
ton. Cornish Georgo E. Popo.
Smlthfleld Andrew Munk, iJrlck
Lundqulst, Oliver Nlolson.
Mlllvlllo J. B. Humphreys.
North Logan MarlnuB Anderson.
Wellsvlllo Thomas W. Arch bald,
Dnvld A. Lolshman, nnd R. J. Kerr,
Hydo Park Stephen Thurstoa.
Collego James Nelson.
Mendon Wiillnm I. Sorcnson.
Paradiso David J. James.
Trovldenco Wiillnm J. Chun:
Nowton Andrew Parsons.
(Continued from page ono)
other contingencies had been care
.Regarding posslblo extensions to
Utnh county Mr. Herely said that
no negotiations had been ontercd;'in
to with either of tho companies now
proposing to build from Bait Lake
southward. Theso companies ho'fidld
had nothing to offer nnd tho field, to
tho south was regarded as open to
tho Interurban . railroad builder; ho
put his lino In operation first.
When tho chest feels on fire nnd
tho throat burns, you havo Indiges
tion, and you need HERBINE to got
rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It
drlvcsi out badly digested food,.
Btrongthens tho stomach andipurlner
tho bowols. Prico 50c. Sold by
Rltor Bros. Drug Co. -
All poll taxes In Logan City are
now overdue, and If nqt paid at onco
will bo collectod by law. No furth
er notice will be given.
N. P. JOHNSON,
, , Street Supervisor
"-IMPORTANT TO TAXPAYERS
' VU a-special sosslon ot tho Board
Jipf County Commissioners held Tues
day November 12,- an order was pass
ed granting' tho extension of tlmo
for tho paying ot county and state
taxes to 5 p. m. Thursday Novomber
' '" R. W.' JAMES,
Tr - (Advertisement)
Thoro's nothing bo good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
Curos it In a tow hours. Relieves
any pain In any part.
To feel strong, havo a good np
potlto nnd digestion, sleep soundly,
and ertjoy Ufo, uso Burdock Blood
Bittars, tho great system tonic and
Mondon, Nov. 17. Tho Wood or
chestrn gavo a danco In Richards'
Hall Friday ovenlng.
Tho officers of tho Primary asso
ciation gavo tho children a dance In
tho' meeting house Friday evening.
All had a fine tlmo.
Tho swellcst social event of tho
week was nn oyster supper given at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wood
in honor of their son Lonnio who had
but recently returned homo. Tho in
vited guests wero: Misses Selma
Barrett, Bertha Cunningham, Maud
WIlllo- Vera Baker, Vera Bushman,
Miss Ablsher, Floyd Hardman, Seth
Baker, Elmer Hancock, Llnnlo Wood
Clarenco Barrett and Lo Grando
Pn Friday a very pleasant surprise
party was given at tho homo of Mr.
Jos. Hardman, tho occasion being
his 82nd birthday. Tho party was
planned and carried out by about
twenty of tho Rollef Society sisters.
All taking baskets of good things to
""feat, Mrs. Richard Pllklngton, Mrs.
-Stovo Cnntwell, and Veda Pllklngton
of Smlthfleld attended tho party. All
oxprcsscd tnemsclvcs as having had
a very enjoyablo time. I
1 1 Something Newj ( Somelhmg Beiler
' Waldorf Clothes '
Guaranteed to the Wearer
The Hub Clothing Co. '
Tho makers of "Waldorf" clothes aro tho oldest nnd most rollablo
tailors In tho cast. Making nothing but ALL WOOL CLOTHES.
Loading In styles nnd designs and through our buying for a chain
of stores enables us to buy direct from tho manufacturer, thus doing
away with tho middleman the Jobbing houso commission man's
profits this means A SAVING OF AT LEAST
33!3 Per Cent To You
The manufacturers as well as our Guarantee
is in back of every suit
Our stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings aro vory com
plete Our purchases woro never more satisfactory than now. This
season wo find ourselves in a better position to offer you greater
Inducements in tho way ot quality. and price, than over before
Opposite The Tabernacle
Mrs. Andrew Anderson went to
Hyrum Saturday to see her daugh
ter, Mrs. Tr&nk Anderson who Is
Miss Myrtlo Baker returned to Po
catello Saturday where she has been
nursing In tho hospital for soveral
months. Miss Baker has been spen
ding a month hero with her relatives
Alma Longstroth and Edward
Westover killed a fine deer Thurs
day, this makes six deers that has
been killed in tho 'hills abovo town
this fall. ,
I 7 '. i
Campbell's Sensational j J
Money Raising Sae I
j We are Compelled to make seasonable Sacrifices in order to meet j
urgent demands. Beginning Today and Continuing until we close )
out entire lines. No sacrifice too great, we must raise J
$5000.00 At Once j
i Ladies Unions Ladies and Misses Suits just Price 75 cent vaJues in j
Shirt waists - & Price j
j worth $L50 Fisk's Hats ----- Price Wsiery
- Childrens Coats - - - - lA Price . " I
At 95c f. nin f U5 Gents
I Closing out entire line Ribbons Y2 Price I
Fifty Silk Petticoats $1.95 I
Select Holiday Gifts now. Your money will do double service. Come I '
j early. EveryrArticle in the Store must be moved regardless of Cost.
j Qampbell's 77 Main Street
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