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H THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 1912 PHM
- THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN pA0E SEVEN KvH
I "DEATH DEALER" '
I ON EXHIBITION
m Part of Infernal Machines Used In
M Los Angeles Times Exploston
H Are Identified
H Indianapolis, Nov. 18. Blackened
1 pieces ot infernal machines which
H figures in tho explosion at Los An-
H golcB, Cal., on Oct. 1, 1910, when 21
H peoplo wero killed in tho wreck ot
L Tho Times building, wero identified
Br nt 'tho "dynamiting conspiracy" trial
I today. Events involving tho handl-
J ing of tho nttrogelatin with which
H James p. McNamara caused the ex-
H plosion wero urst described by wit
H William Flynn, employee of a now-
J dcr company in San Francisco, tes-
J tilled that on Sept. 20, 1010, ho pack-
H ed in boxes COO pounds ot nltro-gel-
H at In and delivered it to tho launch
J used by McNamara. That was ten
J days beforo tho I.os Angeles oxplo-
H Mcnntimo tho dynamiters had
H stored tho explosivo in a vacant
H houso in San Francisco ana McNa-
H mara had taken a supply to Los An-
H Joseph W. Urigham, a niotorman
I in Los Angeles said nftcr ho had
I witnessed tho wreck of Tho Times
homo of Felix J. Zechandclncr, sec
I rotary of tho Merchants and Manu
I facturcrs' association when a worn-
an called him. She pointed out a
M package. Later police csmo and tho
I pnekago was found to contain a bomb
Thomas F. Itico oiio ot the police
I detectives called, told ot unwrapping
I tho packago and tho finding ot 1C
I sticks of nttrogelatin.
I Explosion Near Otis Home
I "From there I was sent to the
I homo of den. Harrison Gray Otis,
I proprietor of Tho Times," said nice.
I "At Gen. Otis' homo wo found a
I suit enso under a bay window. I car
I rled tho caso about 75 feet and call
I ed tho chief of police. When ho nr
I rived, wo opened tho case. In doing
I so, I heard tho buzzing of an alarm
I clock. Wo all ran and in another in
I stant thero was an explosion which
I toro up tho ground for an eighth of
I an aero."
I Other witnesses haj testified that
I McNamara confessed to having plac-
I cil all tho bombs In Los Angeles to
I cxplodo at 1 a. m.
I A clock wa3 shown tho Jury as
I having been taken from tho bomb
fe near tho Zcehundclacr homo tho
F alarm was set for 1 a. in. hut had
I failed to work.
I Tveltmoe and Johannsen
I Olnt A. Tveltmoe and Anton Jo-
I hnnnsen, San Francisco labor lead-
I era wero named by dynamite conspir-
I acy witnesses today as having been
I in tho company ot J. 11. McNnmnra I
I alleged accomplices before tho Los
I Angeles explosion.
m James D. Graham, formerly em
I ployed by tho Asiatic Exclusion
H Lcaguo of which Tveltmoo was pres- I
I ident, said M. A. Schmidt and Da- '
vid Caplan used to frequent the near
H by offices of tho California Building
J Trades Council and Tveltmoo saw
H them thero. Tho witness testified as I
H to a telephone number which McNa-
H mara Is said to liavo used In calling
flj up Tveltmoo when tho preparations
J for tho Los Angeles explosions were
J under way. Graham said Johannsen
J and Secretary Yoell of tho league
J saw Schmidt about tho place.
H Schmidt nnd Cnplon wero indicted
H on charges of mirder aa accomplices
H ot McNamara, but thoy nover wero
J captured. They havo been described
BJ oh men who figured In tho purchnso
H of the explosivo.
91 Mrs. II. D. Campbell, formerly
BJ Mrs. Pcsnntl, keeper of u hotel
BJ across tlio bay from San Francisco
BJ nt Corto Mndcra, said Schmidt nnd
BJ Jobnnnson visited her place. Mrs.
BJ i-Mcll l.avln, from whom Schmidt
M rented a room in San Francisco, told
flj of McNnmara'g visit to her homo,
flj M:s. Lnvln snld sho visited Corte
J Madera with Schmidt nnd on tho day
HJ of tho explosion at Los Angeles he
iflj left her homo.
H Atty. Veltch Testifies
HJ Arthur Veltch, nsslstant district at-
HJ tomcy of Los Angoles county, tcstl-
H fled thnt In December 1911, no talk-
H ed to Eugeno A. Clancy, another
HJ San Francisco labor leador in tho
HJ presence of Oscar Lawlc.
IH Clancy, nccordlng to Veltch admit-
HJ ted having sent tolcgrnms in July
1M 1911 to John J. McNnmnr at Indian-
H npolls requesting that Jnmes II., bo
HJ sent to tho Pacific coast.
H BIRD DOGS ARE
H USED AS DETECTIVES
H Wichita, Kan, Nov. 1G. To stop
Jj tho smuggling ot quail across tho
J Oglahoma Kansas lino, tho uso of
HJ bird doga as dotoctlvos has been In-
H nngurated hyi tho Atchison, Topcka
H & Santa Fo, tho Chicago, Rock Is-
H land & Pacific, nnd tho St. Louis &
HJ San Francisco rnllroada in southern
H Kansas and northern Oklahoma.
HI Shipping quail from ono stato to an-
Bw other is Illegal, and tho railroads aro
held responsible for game thus trans
ported on their lines by qunll smug
glers. Trainmen have been unable to de
tect suit cases (Hied with quail. Dogs
arc sent through the coaches during
tho quail season nnd permitted to
sniff tho baggage. It there be quail
tho dog points, and the owner of
tho baggago must dlscloso what it
contains. At times the canine
sleuths have been taken In by a
cold fried chicken In the hunter's
hamper, but trainmen say contraband
quail invariably Is located. The plan
is said to be proving so successful
this season that tho railways will
make it permanent. ,
FIERCE BATTLE RAGING
NEAR TCHATALJA AT
DOORS OF CAPITAL
Fate of Turkish Capital In Doubt
While Preparations Are Made
For Safety of Foreign
Loudon, Nov. 17 The negotiations
for an armistice havo failed and the
Bulgarians today opened the attack
against the Turks all along the Telia
talja lines. The heavy artillery duel
continued throughout the day.
It appeared to be a Bulgarian pre
paration for an Infantry attack. Tho
Turkish fleet participated vigorously
In tho defenso nt tho Marmora end
lines nnd presumably Turkish war
ships assisted at the Black sea end
Nnzim Pasha, the Turkish comtnnn
der in chief, in a dispatch this eve
ning claims to havo repulsed tho
Bulgaiiin attack and destroyed the
thrco Bulgarian batteries.
No news of the battlo has been
received as yet from tho battlefield
or any Information ns to strength
of the forces engnged on either side.
Nazlm Pasha's headquarters aro
near tho Hadomkenl railway station.
According to Intefit reports the bat
tlo ceased with nightfall.
The resumption of hostilities Is not i
regarded as Indicating tho collnpso '
of the peace negotiations but rather
as a means to hasten Turkey's ac
ceptance of tho allie's terms by prov
ing her complete helpfulness, or as
one correspondent phrased It, "to es
tablish an accomplished fact beforo
making further communications."
The Balkan states clearly havo In
mind tho formation of such nn alli
ance ns would bo ablo to defy Euro
pean Interference In tho disposition
of tho spoils ot war.
Tho war continues nt other points.
Tho Montenegrins havo captured
San Glovnnni dl Medua and the bat
tle for the possession ot Monnstlr Is
now on. All approaches to that town
are reported to bo in Servian hands.
Tho political situation in Constan-
I tlnople Is serious. Arrests of young
Turks continue and thero are rum
ors of posiblllty of tho restoration of
the ox-sultnn Abdul Uamld. It is re
ported in the Italian papers that Aus-
trla has greatly modified her demand
' on eSrvla.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL
I To tho registered voters of Logan
City, notlco is hereby given:
First That In accordance with
provisions ot the law, (Chnptor 17,
Section 1S9G,; a school electlou will
bo held lu Logan City, Utah, Wed
nesday, December -i, 1912, for tho
purpose ot electing ono member
of tho Hoard of Education from each
oi tho hve municipal warns.
Thero will bo ouo polling placo for
such election in each of tho llvo
municipal wards ot Logan City, Utah
at tho following places:
First municipal ward Old Sixth
ward meeting houso.
Second municipal ward Vestry,
Second ward meeting houso.
Third municipal ward County
Fourth municipal ward Vestry
Fourth ward meeting houso.
Fifth municipal ward Whlttler
Second Tho polls for such elec
tion will bo open nt 7 o'clock a. m.
nnd closo nt 7 o'clock p. m.
By order of tho Board of Educa
tion, GEO. THOMAS, Presldont.
DAVID TAItBET, Clerk.
Dated Logan City, Utnh, Novem
ber 4, 1912.
Thcro's nothing so good for a soro
throat as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
Cures it In a fow hours, nolloves
any pain In any part.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
In ths District Court Probi Divi
sion, m una for Cache County, Stnto '
of I tali
In the District Court of the First lu
dlclal District ot the Stnto of Utah,
In and for the County of Cache.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE OF UTAH, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY
Consult County Clerk or .ho Re spec
live Signers for further intormntlon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Marlon C. Evcrton de
ceased. Creditors will present claims
with oichers to W'tcr M. Evcrlon
the underbiened admiti'V'-ntm- c'f tho
said cstato at his ,iHro of business
to-wit: Evcrton & Sons, at, First
North street, Login C.itv, Utnh on or
beforo the 2Sth diy of March. A. D.
Dato of first publication Novomber
12, A. D. 1912. .
WALTER M. EVEHTON,
Administrate- ot tho estate of Ma
rlon C. Evcrton, drccvaecl.
J. Z. STEWP.T,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Richard Andrews, de
ceased. f Creditors will present claims
with vouchers to the undersigned nt
Logan City, Utah, on or beforo tho
lGth dny of March, A. D. 1913.
Dato of first publication, November
9th. A. D. 1912. d7
Administrator of citato of RIcliard
LAW & HARRIS,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Anna M. KJoldscn, de
ceased. Creditors will present claims
with vouchers to tho undersigned at
his olllco in Logan City, In tho Couu
ty of Cache and Stato of Utnh, on or
beforo tho first day of March, A. D.
Dato of first publication Octobor
31, A. D. 1912.
ROY D. THATCHER,
Admlnstrator Do Bonis Non.
Attorneys for said Estate.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of David P. Ralnoy, deceas
ed. Creditors will present claims
with vouchers to tho undersigned at
hor rcsldenco at Richmond, Cacho
County, Utah, on or beforo tho first
day ot March, 1913.
Dato of flrBt publication, Octobor
DORITHA J. RAINEY.
FRED W. CROCKETT,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS . (
Estate of Mary R. Smith, Deceased. ,
Creditors w..l present clnlms with
vouchers to tho undersigned at his
resldonco at North Logan, Cacho
County, Utah, on or beforo tho 25th
day of February, 1913.
Dato of first publication, October
19, 1912. nil
FRED W. CROCKETT,
' In the Justice's Court, In nnd for
' Logan precinct, County of Cnche,
Stnto of Utah, beforo Wm. Brangham
Justlco of tho Peaco, Cacho Valloy
Bnnkliig Co., a corporation, plaintiff,
vs. T. L. Obrny, defendant, sum- i
mons. Tho Stati of Utah to tho De
fendant: You nro hereby summoned
to appear beforo tho abovo entitled j
court within ten days after tho ser-1
vlco of thlB summons upon you, It j
served within county In which this
nctlon is brought, otherwise, within
twenty days nftor this Borvlce. nnd
defend the abovo entitled ue. i. i,
brought uyilnst you to recover tho
sum ot f 51 50 Interest and costs and J
to foreclose an attachment on ccr
i tain real estato in Cacho County par
tlcularly described In sheriff's return
to Bald writ. And In case of fail
ure to do so, Judgment will bo ren
dered against you nccordlng to tho I
demand of tho complaint.
Justlco of tho Peace.
LAW & HARRIS, I
Attornoys for Plaintiff.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Ofllco,
Salt Lako City, Oct 22, 1912
Notlco Is hereby given that Chas.
C. Peterson, who post offlco ad
dress U Hyrum, Utah, has mads ap-
elon Laws of Utah, 1909 and 1911,
to appropriate one-halt (V4) ot a cu
bic foot of water por second from un
named springs in Cacho County,
Utah. Said springs aro situated at
a point which lies 2,197 feet south
and 244 feet cast of tho south quar
ter corner of section 33, townBhlp 10
north, range 1 east, Salt Lako baso
and meridian. Tho wator will bo di
verted at the places whero it Isbucb
from said springs nnd conveyed by
means of n ditch nnd a plpo lino for
a dlstanco of 2,000 feet nnd thoro
used from Mny 1 to October 31, In
clusive, of each year, to Irrlgnto 12.16
acres of lnnd embraced In section 4,
township 10 north, range 1 enst, Salt
Lnko baso and meridian. This appli
cation Is designated In tho Stnto En
gineer's offlco as No. 4650.
All protests ngalnst tho granting
of said application, stating tho rea
sons thcrofor, must bo mado by affi
davit In dupllcnto and filed In this
offlco within thirty (30) dnyo nfter
tho completion of tho publication ol
Dato ot first publication, October
29, 1912, dato or completion of publi
cation, November 29, 1912.
BAZAAR AT PROVIDENCE
The Provldonco Second ward will
conduct n bazanr for two days, No
vember 20 and 21, Wednesday and
Thursday of this week. In tho after
noon and evening thero will bo serv
ed delicious chicken dinners nt 25
cents, nnd luncheon nt 15 cents.
Baggy Or Wagon
10G North, 4th East And Have
Them Painted. Charges reason
able. Logan, Hide & Junk Co.
Pay the Highest Price
for Rubbers and Aletals,
Machinery Cast Iron. Also
for Hides Wool And Bees
j wax. 1U6 South Main,
Logan Utah, Phone, 62.
I Save You Money
Making Your Furniture New
Upholstering and General Repairing
j Couches in imitation Leather S5.00
i Bed Springs Kestreched - - 75c
i Hair and wool Matreues Remade$2.5o
1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED BY
J. F. Schirmeister
Shop 34 S. Main 'Phone 393 b
James Q. Walters
Union Block, 75 NorthMainSt.
Sell The Earth
Loan Money on It
Farm nnd City Property, th
choicest for tale and exchange.
j Commercial Stocks bought and
I sold. Plenty o' money to loan
on city and farm property,
safest place on earth for real
estate and commercial Invest
ments H. A. PEDERSEN
j Over st .National Bank
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The Road Hog
If n motor mot a motor
Coming round a curve,
If tho flrBt don't sound his slgnnl,
Need ft second swervo?
Drnt thnt clinp Hint hogs tho high
way. Neither toots nor turns!
llopo ho chokes nnd thnt, hereafter,
In gasoline bo burns I
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Tho moro you scratch tho worao tho
Itch. Try Doan's Ointment. It cures
piles, eczema, nny skin itching, All
druggists sell it.
Doan's Itcgulots c- ro constipation,
tonic tho stomnch stlmulato tho llv
cr, promoto digestion and appotlto
nnd easy pnssngo ot tho bowels. Ask
your druggist tor them. 25 cents n
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members ot tho legislature," said H
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! sight, have started a bank account. For R
regardless of the day when an obligation falls due, they may HH
; meet it with equanimity, so the morrow is always a day of joy Kjfl
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President, THOMA8 8MART, Cashier. AULAN M. FLEMING, ':.
Vice-Pros., JAME8 QUAYLE, A't. Cashier, H. E. CHOCKETT. h'M
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