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November 21 1912 ''''''BiMHMHHMMHIB
I rnzrr- THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN
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For sale A good piano, lnqulro at
; this office
1 . ( ;Advertlsenicnt)
1 m i
MIss Prls8lo Shaw o( Paradlso la
visiting relatives and friends for a
, few days hero.
A big salo of coats and hats. A
8amplo lino JUBt arrived. Mrs. T. D.
Roberts. (Advertisement) tf
J. I. Shopard of Richmond spent
- Tuesday in Logan attending to busi
- Arugments in tho liquor case where
in Logan City is plaintiff and George
Tillor defendant wns argued beforo
"$ Judgo Harris last evening.
Judgo J. D. Call of Brlghnm City
J was in Logan yesterday. Ho came
over Tuesday to attend tho Demo-
John Buttars and Thomas Buttnrs
two stalwart Democrats of Clarkston
wcro in Logan Tuesday to attend tho
ratification meeting at tho auditori
um. Both were members of tho shot
a Wanted Two well lighted ground
floor rooms furnished nicely for light
housekeeping, preferably on north
east part of town. Address box 227.
Dr. S. B. Thatcher has moved his
dental ofllco to tho second floor of
tho Howell-Cardon Company build
ing, suite formerly occupied by Dr.
O. II. Budge. (Advertlsment)
C. Fonnesbeck has purchased from
"Western Vernone business proper
ty on North Main street, formerly
occupied by Karl Kowallls. Tho
transfer of this property is Just ono
moro step toward tho futuro devel
opment of tho vacant property north
of tho post olnco building. Tho own
ers of this property held a meeting
last evening to determine If poslblo
a satisfactory preliminary plan for
tho structuro that Is to be erected
Tho Thatcher Clothing Company
has just installed in Its place of
business an up to tho minute oak '
shirt cabinet which adds materially
, to tho already well equipped estab
lishment. With tho addition of this
now fixture nil tho shirt cartons
1 which wcro formerly used for stor
ing nway stock on tho shelves and
which had to bo opened each tlmo
to show tho customers tho goods aro
now disposed of. Tho entlro stock
of shirts is now open to tho view of
tho customer. P. A. Thatcher, man
ager of tho company' Bays that with
in tho near futuro this samo idea
will bo carried out in each depart
ment of tho store.
For Salo Ono fine grade Holsteln
Jersey bull calf; cheap. lnqulro at
this offlco. (.AdverMBcmcnt)
There will be a pnrty given In tho
Fourth ward chapel next Friday eve
ning. Everybody and his girl aro
Wanted A woman to take wash
ing and ironing. Apply 1C8 North
First East or phone 15 n21
Miss Myrtle Brimhall of Preston,
camo to Logan a few days ago to ac
cept a position with tho M. S. Tel.
& Tel Company.
Highest cash price paid for oats.
Thatchrr Coal Co. Phono 10 and 70.
Mrs, Sophia Rlgby of Teton, Wyo.
Is visiting relatives and friends In
this city. She Is the guest of Mrs.
Mrs. E. B. Isgreen was tho hos
tess nt a delightful dinner given Sat
urday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Wll
lard Andelin. After dinner tho ove
nlng was spent in music and aocLU
Roller skating at Logan Pavilion
evorj' Wednesday and Saturday af
ternoon and evenings. Ladles admit
ted free. tf
The Ballard Camp of th0 Daugh
ters of the Pioneers will meet at tho
home of Mrs. E. N. Hammond, 135
South Second WcBt street Friday,
November 22 at 3 p. m. A good at
tendance Is desired.
The city recorder's ofllco is being
flooded with inquiries theso days
from bonding companies for informa
tion relative to tho refunding of the
city water works bonds which were
authorized recently by tho city commissioners.
Miss Nettie Peterson entertained
tho Sorority of tho A. C. Saturday
evening nt her homo on 'or?h Ma.n
Tho evening was spent in social pas
tlmo and music tho pleasing feature
of tho evening being tho rrus'orl
numbers given by Mr. nnd Mrs. Wll
lard Andelin. Tho house was taste
fully decorated for tho occa-jlon and
dnlnty refreshments were sowd.
Every Wednesday evening com
mencing at 7 o'clock, students and
a number of persons Interested In
wrestling meet at tho B. Y. College
whero wrestling practice is conduct
ed. Thero aro a number of husky
students at tho College this winter
and present indications aro that w
will have a good exhibition a llttlo
AIijcgmj Lrossard has brought a
divorce suit against Eliza O Bros
sard on the groundB of desertion.
Tho Young Ladles Mutual Improve
ment Association of tho Sixth ward
will entertain nt a dancing party to
night at 9 o'clock In tho ward hall.
The caso of Logan City vs. M. Olsen
has been dismissed by Judgo W. W.
Mnughan on tho grounds that tho
city ordinances were lnvnlld relating
to this caso.
Let us tell you how to get a $25
Hornless Talking Machlno absolute
ly frco. Lundstrom Furnlturo &
Carpet Company. tf
Suit has been Instituted In tho
First district court by Mary J. Pod
creon against Robert B. MncFnrland
ct nl, for tho foreclosure of a mort
gage In tho amount of $200 nnd In
terest slnco 1905.
Miss Vella Benson entertained
Monday evening .at n del ghtful Ken
sington at her homo on West First
South. Sewing and partaking of
dainty refreshments were the oycu
lug's entertainments. Ten guests
Under Auspices of Parents Clasc ot
Second Ward Sunday
Next Friday evening Nov. 20,
all married folkB of Logan Second
ward will Join In an evening of mer
rymaking at tho wnrd hall. Features
of tho entertainment will e n pro
gram at 8 p. m. followed by n danco
and tho serving of refreshments.
Price of admission 25c per couple,
and 10c for extra Indies.
Such Opinion of Five Alienists Who
Examined Man That Shot
Milwaukee, Nov. 19 A commission
of flvo alienists who examined Into
tho mental condition ot John Schrank
who shot Theodoro Roosovclt todny
reported to Judgo Backus, finding
Tho decision ot tho doctors was
unanimous and means that Schrank
cannot bo tried fo.- tho nttomptcd
murder of Col Roosovolt but will bo
committed to tho Northorn Hospi
tal for the Insano nt Oshkosh.
I Schrank may remain in tho Osh
kosh asylum for tho reBt of his life
as ho cannot bo released unless It
Is shown that ho is completely cured
and will not bo subject again to an
attack like tho ono that caused him
to attempt tho llfo of Col. Roosevelt
on tho night of Oct. 14.
Later Judgo Backua denied that
tho commission of alienists had fin
ished Its work.
"Tho commission nt 11 a. m. Is con
tinning tho examination of Schrank
in my chambers," said Judgo Back
us. "If any member of tho commis
sion has given out advanco Informix-
Your Thanksgiving Suit
Is Here. Let us Suggest a I
Blue Serge wI'
The same Price the world over U
Equal to Most $25.00 Suits
1 Thatcher Clothing Co.
! Logan, ..----- Utah.
Chesterfield Clothes I
tlou -mii Schrank has been held in
sane i shnll ndjudge him to bo in
contempt of court "
It wag learned front another
source that tho information camo
from tho district attorney's ofllco.
Tho faculty nnd some of tho pupils
rf the Utnh Conservatory of Music of
Snlt 1 nk0 City will glvo a free musi
cal concert nt tho Logan tabcrnnclo
on Saturday ovenlng, Nov. 23rd. be
ginning at S o'clock. A local bnftlWi
of the firm hns recently been estab
lished hero with studio In tho Hnr
rls block, under the management of
Miss ElUnbcth Underwood. That this
musical combine has associated with
it somo of tho best musicians In tho
stnte can bo seen from tho fnct that
Prof. J. J. McClcllan Is denn of tho
school; Prof. W. 13. Weihe, pros!
dent and associates aro Prof. Alfred
Best and Prof. ThomnH Olios. Tho
people of Logan and nearby towna
nro cordlnlly Invited to attend this
free concert Snturday night.
A number of couples hnvc been
' made happy this week through tho
Issuance of mnrrlago licenses uy
County Clerk R. W. Jnmes. Among
those to securo licences a'o the fol
lowing: i .Par.ey E. Carlson nnd Rnchel Ny
man, both of North Logan.
A. P. Clark and Lavlnls I. Card,
both of Fnrmlngton.
' Lnwrenco E. Humphreys, Millvlllu
and Bessie Hawkln, Blnckfoot.
i Robert P. Fall, and Mnry K. Nel
j PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Mr. Crothers expects to glvo a
I stcreoptlcon lecturo next Sabbath
j ovenlng on tho work of tho church
ho represents, as it is carried on In
Cuba and Porto Rico. Ho goes to
dny to exhibit tho samo slides In
JUMPED TO SAVE
LIVES, LOST THEM
Three People Dead As Result Of
Fire In the St. George, a Los
Angeles Theatrical Hotel
Los Angeles, Cnl., Nov. 19. Threo
persons lost their lives In tho flro
which partially destroyed tho St.
George, a theatrical hotel, shortly
after midnight last night. Fourteen
wero Injured, of whom one, a baby
who was dropped In a flnmo swept
hallway by Its frantic mother, prob
ably will dlo.
I Mrs. Charlotto Harrington, whoso
stage nnmo wns Ella Moran, a vau
devlllo porformor, killed Jumping
from tho sixth floor.
Joseph Martin, Los Angeles, a
Jeweler's clerk, killed Jumping from
Julius Mnlone, colored night engi
neer of tho hotel, who was trapped
by tho flames In tho basement but
escaped to dlo later In tho receiving
Among moro seriously injured is
Miss Fern Melrose, a stock company
actress, recently from Chicago, body
R. E. Hnrrah and Anna Har ah
vaudeville performers, wero serious
ly burned and Jefferson Osborn, an
actor, wns burned about body and
hurt In Jumping.
After tho flro had been extinguish
ed and tho ruins cooled. Flro chief
Eley began a search of tho dobrls
for other victims, but It Is not be
lieved that tho list of dead or fatal
ly Injured will bo nugraonted.
Cause of Fire
Tho flames aro supposed to have
been caused by crossed wires in a
linen closot. When tho first flro
compnny arrived on tho sceno the
.unes which by somo freak had en
tirely missed tho fourth floor and
part of tho fifth, had spread through
out the entlro area of tho sixth floor,
i Ono fireman mndo his way to tho
j sixth floor and stumbled over "Baby"
Harrington, who, ba'dly burned, lay
' screaming upon tho floor. Tho Are
j man picked up tho child and drop
I ped It from a window Into a llfo
i It Is supposed that upon hearing
. tho alarm Mrs. Harrington took her
I baby out of her room and overcome
' with panic nnd tho effects of tho
i smoko fumes dropped it In tho hall
I way Just boforo shd loapod to her
, death from ono of tho windows. In
Jumping Mrs. Hnrrington overshot
one ot tho llfo nets nnd wna crush
ed to death on tho pavoment.
Martin, ono of tho tbreo persons
killed, foil on an awning frame when
I he leapct )m a window and was
I turned so Hint ho struck an alley
pavement on his head. An Instant
after Martin had Jumped, n chorus
I girl from ono of tho nearby theaters
! took tho leap from tho samo window
j nnd struck the samo awning but
this tlmo It acted as a llfo net nnd
i saved her llfo. Sho was unhurt.
r Saved the Dog
I Tho Injuries sustained by tho Hnr
rahs wero tho results of delay occa
sioned by their solicitude for tho llfo
of n brlndlo bulldog which they used
In tho "act" on a vaudeville circuit.
Harrnh first throw his wifo out of
, n window Into on0 of tho llfo nets.
Then ho senrched his room for tho
dog nnd after a delay ot many min
utes, tossed him out, following nn In
Htnnt Inter himself. Both of tho
Hnrrahs wero Injured, but tho dog
! A LIQUOR FOOD PROBLEM
Tho liquor flood Is quenching with
in us tho crentlvo flames of energy
j and elllclency. Tho ovll power of
tho polltlcnl poison trust Ilea heavy
upon tho bouI nnd brain of Amerlcn.
i Wo nro In soro peril of growing np
, athetlc over tho loss of our liberties
I over tho assumption by brewers and
their lleutennnts of tho directing
; functions which should llo with tho
j moral and Intellectual nrlstocrney of
tho old Amerlcn. That Is tho bIiu-
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ADVERTISED LETTERS ''Ml H
Logan, Utah, Nov 20 1912 ' I 1
Bradford, II. Leo.. M
Dan vara, Miss Ida. l I M
Egginton, Miss Irene .) M
Jensen, Ola. H
RIcMirds, Tcrrah W. .; I M
Yost Mlsa Lena. H
JOSEPH ODELL, Poslnia tcr f H
For llvo news read tho Republican ., ,H
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WOOD WANTED Thatcher Coal 'H
FOR SALE Onions and apples. M
Phono C57. tf '
Lost Ono of a pair of large gates :B
was removed from fenco In Second j H
ward. Notify this ofllco. M
PLENTY of money to loon on farms 'H
or good city security. J. Z. Stow- H
WANTED Horses to pasturo; M
close In; good fences and feed. Ap- H
ply to C Dalllng, phono 018. tf , H
Now Is The Time J I
I To plow the side hill, and an OLIVER f : I
"TWO WAY" is the plow to do it with. 1 M
I The OLIVER is acknowledged to I
ibe far SUPERIOR to any other I
I make. I
I SIDNEY STEVENS IMPLEMENT GO. I
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I Tho mnhers of "Waldorf" clothes aro tho oldest and most reliable ; H
tailors in tho cast. Making nothing but ALL WOOL CLOTHES I .' H
Lending In styles and designs and through our buylns for a chain I H
of stores enables us to buy direct from tho manufacturer, thus doing j H
away with tho middleman tho Jobbing house commission man's H -jjlj H
profits this means A SAVING OF AT LEAST I M
33 Per Cent To You I
The manuf aqturers as well as our Guarantee H
is in hack of every suit i H
Our stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings aro very com- fK
ploto. Our purchases wero never moro BatiBfactory than now. This i'H
eeason wo nnd ourselves In a better position to offer you greater j'g
Inducements in tho wny ot quality and price, than over beforo. lEB
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