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EIGHT PAQE8 LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH TUESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1912 TENTH YEA.R H
Aggies Takb Pdsscssion of City
To Advertise Thanksgiving
Game. College Spirit
h 'One of tho biggest student cole
krutlons, or inthcr student demon
ilratlons awn held In this city, wa3
tho one on Saturday night when tho
' U. A. C. students took possession
of tho city to advertlso tho Thanks
giving game when tho Aggies go to
Salt Lako City to play Uio Univers
ity eleven. If one had not been fa
miliar with tho reason for tho dem
onstration, they would havo thought
that tho gamo had already been won.
Tho students gathored ubout olght
o'clock and marshalled through tho
' streets headed by tho collcgo band.
After parading tho principal Btrects
a largo bontire was built at tho In
tersection of First North and Main
T streets where a dray wagon was
F used for a platform from which a
1 number of speeches were mado.
r Cheering ran high and tho collego
! yells wero a featuro of tho evening's
' celebration. A largo number of busl"
' ness.men woro out who Joined In tho
program. There woro at least twelve
hundred peoplo on tho streets.
Speeches wero mado by II . C. Nob
eker, Harryf Stoney, Lon J. Haddock,
S. B. Thatcher, and Vern Poterson.
If anyone ever had on Idea that "U
Kant do It," tho demonstration Sat
urday evening Impressed this bollef
more strongly upon their minds for
It can bo plainly seen that tho team
asldo from being ouo of tho best tho
college has had In a long timo, has
tho entiro support of the student
body. That there will ho a big ox-
iurslon to Salt Lako Thursday morn
.g, there is llttlo doubt.
On a, charge of grand larceny,
Harry Jessop of Mlllvillo was sen
tenced to one year In the state pris
on by Judge W. W. Maughan, yes
terday aftornoon. The case was ono
In which Mr. Jessop pleaded guilty
of stealing two veal calves. A man
by tho name of Anderson was driv
ing his cattle down from tho canyon
about two months ago. Two cows
with fat calves stopped by the way
side. iMr. Jessop saw them and
thought tho calves fat enough for
veal. Ho went out and captured
them, took them out in tho brush
and drossed them for market,
brought them to Logan and sold
them to a butcher hero. Tho next
morning Mr. Anderson v
search of his cows and when ho
found tho calves missing, Sheriff
CrookBton .was detailed and secured
tho ovldonco as abovo stated.
Mrs. Mark Parkinson and Mrs.
Leo Kimball woro hostesses at a de
lightful party given Friday evening
at their homes on West Center in
honor of Miss Maggio Neubergor.
Tho evening was spent In social pas
time after whlcU dainty refreshments
wero sorvod. Miss Neubergor was
th0 recipient of many beautiful pres
ents. Thoso invited wero: Mesdamcs
Newell Kimball, Rex Kimball, F. A.
Nouborgor, Hanson, Lester Worley
and Misses Charlotto and Esther
Nouborger, Jonnio Smith, Vora and
Vesta Hanson, Kato Nouberger, Allco
Charles and Laura Wlllmoro.
SMALL WRECK ON CAR LINE
J! A wreck .which enmo near ending
"Itally occurod yestorday afternoon
on Uio Logan Rapid Transit Com
pany track on South Main streot In
front of tho John Oonch Grocory
store. Tho Smlthflold car was push
ing a. fiat car loaded with rails and
ties down tho track when tho flat
car was derailed by running on to
frozen ground which had boon heap
ed up by wagona running parallel to
tho track. Doforo tho car could bo
brought to a standstill tho flat car
was piled up hi a heap. Tho moor
Scar was badly damaged and tho mo
torman was Bllghtly lnjurod. If per
sons do not desist from driving on
the tracks of the company, unrests
' JX oro certo,n to tJlow,
B. Y. College Alumni Associa
tion Have Definite Plans.
Substantial Aid by Facul
ty And Students.
For a number of weeks tho Brig
ham Young Collcgo alumni associa
tion has been making plans for re
seating tho first lloor of Nlbley Hall.
Tho plans aro now worked out Tho
seats havo been selected and every
effort posslblo is being put forth to
accomplish a result which Is very
much desired. Every one who has
attended public gatherings nt Nlbley
Hall knows how uncomfortable tho
scats aro and how tlrosomo It Is to
sit on them during a meeting or a
dramatic performance. It Is a mat
ter In which tho entiro public Is In
terested and It Is tho purposo of tho
nlumnl 'association to lead out fn tho
matter of getting subscriptions and
to enlist thq support of townspeoplo
and organizations generally which
aro Interested In this form of civic
improvement. The need of this Im
provement is moro strongly felt now
becauso Logan nt present has no
other opera house and no other placo
for public meetings which nro too
largo for tho club rooms of tho Com
mercial Boosters Club.
Tho I). Y. Faculty and student
body havo already given sorao very
substantial aid and members of tho
A. C. Faculty and tho various Wo
men's clubs havo also expressed
themselves as willing to give somo
A comrajtteo consisting of Prof.
Georgo D. Hendricks, Georgo W.
Skldmoro, Attornoy A. E.- Bowcn,
Prof. Parley E. Petcrsonl'rof. J.
W. Gardner has been appointed 'and
is organizing tho work nnd attempt
ing to Interest tho aliijtinr ;pt, the,
Brlghum Young CoIIf-go1 'In doing
something worth whllo for their Sif
nia mater. "
Tho secretary of the association,
Piof. E. J. Norton Is also helping
to get former class presidents Inter
ested and in general Is doing somo
It Is to bo hoped that tho commit
teo will havo tho support of tho Lo
gan public In this endeavor In the
Interest of physical comfort nnd In
FRED TURNER, JR.
Word was received Nhero Saturday
morning that Fred Turner, Jr., son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Tumor of this
city, had beon drowned tho ovenlng
beforo In Mondenhall Lako about 18
miles south of Magrath. Tho details
of tho drowning wero very raoagro
and at tho timo tho first telegram
was received tho body had not beon
recovered, but later a telegram dis
closed tho nows that tho body was
recovered at 2:30 o'clock on Satur
day. A party of threo woro out boat
ing on tho lako whon tho boat sank
drowning two of tho party, whllo tho
third was ablo to roach shoro and
givo tho nows. Tho namo of tho oth
er person drowned was not glvon.
- Fred Tumor and S. M. Turner,
father and brother, loft Saturday af
ternoon for Canada. Tho body of tho
dead man will not bo brought hero
for burial. No word has been re
ceived as to tho timo of tho funeral
Fred Turner, Jr., was formerly of
this city. Ho was 39 years of age,
and leaves a wife and flvo small chil
dren. Tho deceased married Agnes
Pitkin, daughter of tho Into Georgo
II P-j w
Mr. Andy Andorson returned homo
Saturday night from a stay of sov
oral weeks In Portland, Oregon.
Congressman Howell will leavo
Wednesday afternoon for Washing
ton D. C. to tako up his work as
Utah's representative. Senators
Smoot and Sutherland havo already
arrived at Washington.
Service on ThanksglvIutT Day at
10-30 a. m. lu St. John's Church.
All aro welcome.
U. S. S. Tennessee, Now on Way to Scene of
Balkan ;War to Aid American Refugees.
Photo copyright, 1S1I, by American Prosn Association, i
The armored cnilisoi- Tennessee of the United Static na. sailed recently from Philadelphia bound for Constnntl
noplo uud'er orders to mnko tho eastern port with all Inmte In nddltlon to the stores taken for the olllcers nnd tho
crow, tho Tennessee I nut oil board 5,000 barrels if Hour nnd l.".OOi) litistiuls of potatoes ns nn eim-rgency diet for pos
sible refugees. She also carries a wartime suppl of iiuumiiitlun The cruiser enrrles 700 sailors anil a compuny of
marines and Is expected to reach Constn.itluoil Nov. :m. Tlu upper plfturo shows the Tennesseo as sho wns about
to start The other picture shows lioriuailni's Im'-u: review. -i)
Big Meeting of Farm Men and Farm
Women to be Held at Richmond.
Agricultural College Making Good,
Its Policy of Carrying the School
to the People.
A sorles of rousing agricultural
meetings and schools dealing' with
tho problems affecting rural Ufo aro
being arranged to bo held at Rich
mond all this week with tho excep
tion of Thanksgiving Day. Tho meet
ings opened yesterday at 2 p. m.
Tho meeting in Ilichmond was well
attonded both in tho afternoon and
ovenlng session. Dr. E. G. Peterson
who is in cbargo of tho Extension
work of tho Agricultural Collego was
present at tho afternoon meeting and
spoko In a glowing mannor on the
marked nocesslty for improvement
nlong various lines of farm condi
tions. Prof. John T. Calno, III., alo
spoko, having for his topic, "Making
ilichmond Wo Elgin of tho West."
IIo pointed out tho many advantages
to bo derived from breeding high
class milk cows and predicted a gcat
futuro for Ilichmond. At tho ovenlng
meeting, Hon. Uen It. Eldredgo nnd
Lon J. Haddock woro tho speakers.
Each of tho speakers dwelt upon tho
ndvantago to ho dorlved from schools
of this naturo of theso which aro
now bolng conducted by tho Collego,
and mado many timely suggestions
to thoso who woro assembled, Th a
morning's opening session Is a con
Joint affair, whllo the afternoon and
ovenlng sessions will bo divided, tho
men and women meeting separately,
with tho excoptlon. of Snturdny
which is tho closing of tho series,
whon n conjoint meeting will bo hold
to sum up tho ovonts .of the week.
Tho program for Ilichmond is as
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26
10 A, M.
Tho Dairy Cow Prof. 'H. E. Mc-
Natt. Raising Dairy Calves Prof.
J. T. Caine, III.
2 P. M.
Good Cows nnd1 Uettor Cows Hon.
Uen II. Eldredgo. Pastures and
Pasture Orasses Prof. J. C. Hogen
7:30 p. m;
(Subject to bo announced) Dr. E.
D. Ball. Dairy Dreods Prof. J. T.
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27
10 A. M.
Six Cows on Ono Aero Prof. J. C.
Hogonsen. Dairy Buildings Prof. J.
T. Calno, III.
2 P. M.
Nourishing tho Cow Prof. W. E.
Carroll. Using Harn-yard Manure
Dr. Robert Stewart.
7:30 P. M.
Tho Co-operation of tho Condenser
nnd Dairyman Pros. J. W. Hen
dricks. Keeping Tally on tho Cows
Hon. acn U. Eldredgo. Feeding
for Records Prof. H. E. McNntt.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29
10 A. M.
Solectlon of Herd Header Prof. J.
J. T. Cnlno, III. Diseases of Cattlo
Dr. H . J. Frodorlck.
2 P. M.
Scoring Butter and Cheese Guy
Lambert, U.S. Dopt. of Agriculture.
Judging and Scoring of Dairy 'Cattlo
Prof. J. T. Calno, III.
7:30 P. M.
Tho Government and tho Dairy
man A. IC. Klssor, U. S. Dept. of
Agriculture. Carrying Education to
tho Farmor Dr. Wldtsoo.
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30
10 A. Mv
Clean Dairying Prof. H. T. Mc
Natt. Cutting out tho Robbor Qow
2 U. M.
Lato Experiments in Fooding
Prof, W. E. Carroll. Clean Milk
Dr. E. G. Poterson.
Poter Poterson of Mer,don was In
the cty yesterday attending' to busi
ness matters. Ho will leave today
for a few days visit In Salt Lako.
Under tho direction of tho dramat
ic committeo of tho faculty, consist
ing of Professors Robinson, Soren
son and Norton, tho drama, "Chris
topher Junior" has beon selected for
presentation by tho school this year.
A very splendid representation of
tho student body tried out for tho
cast with tho result that tho follow
ing named students woro selected:
Jcsbo Smith, P. A. Chrlstonson,
Guy Poulson, Lufkln tflarron, Jos.'
Nollson, W. L. Allred, Wm. Jarman
Raymond Olsen, Lydla Hansen, Lo
om Thatcher, Mary Young, Clalro
Tho play selected Is a light com
edy easily within tho reach of tho
abovo mentioned caBt, nnd promises
to bo ono of tho host dramas over
presented by tho collego. Professor
W. O. Robinson has direct chargo of
tho presentation nnd this alono gives
assurance of a dramatic treat.
Wednesday morning nt 10:30 tho
following Thanksgiving program will
be giveh In Nlbloy Hall, to which
tho public is Invited:
Solectlon Collego Band.
Anthem, "Lord God Wo Thank
Address Prof. J. W. Gardner.
Vocal Solo Lawrence Balloy.
Song, "Tho Harvest Time Is Pass
ing By" Choir.
Prof. A. N. Sorenson lecturod
last Wednesday evening at tho homo
cf Mrs. I. P. Stownrt. Miss Carrlo
ThomnB favored tho society with' a
Prof. Sorenson's subject was
Thomas Hardy who. was charactorlz-.
cd as perhaps tbo greatest living
wTltor. Hardy's art aud his attjtudp'
toward Ufo voro very ably discussed
and a numbor of illustrations wew
John A. Hendrlekson Enlightens the B
Court. Walts for His Attorney to B
Object. Tho Attorney Evl- HH
dentty Prefers to Be HH
During tho recent Hendrlekson- HHl
Turner trial Mr. John A. Hcndrlck- HJ
son touched up what ho termed tho HHl
"Logan Fcdoral Bunch" as follows: HHl
"Prior to tho timo that I arranged HB
to purchnso Mooro's hnlf interest in HH
"Tho Republican" n certain four men HB
In this town, then called tho Logan HB
Federal Bunch, was trying to get HH
control of It. HB
Mr. Rich I cannot sco ns this Is HBl
going to bo enlightening to tho court. HB
I object on 'tho ground It Is lmma- HBl
Tho Court Of courso It Is Inter- - HB
cstlng becnuso I never know beforo HB
thero was any moro than ono Fed or- HJ
nl Bunch. HJ
A. And they hnd mado Mr. Mooro HH
a certain offer for his Interest In tho HH
paper which offer ho thought waa a HHJ
ridiculous ono. Ho refused HBl
tho offer. A Later lib camo HHl
to mo nnd wanted to know It I could HJ
not nrrange to buy his half Interest HJ
In tho paper. HH
On cross-oxamlnatlon by Mr. Rich: HH
Q. Mr. Hendrlekson, who was this HH
Federal Bunch consisting of. four, HH
that you said woro engaged In fight- M
lng down tho Interest of Mr. Turn- M
A. I guess you would Uko to know M
tlint, Judge M
Q. I am asklug tho question. You fl
montloned "Fcdoral Bunch" boforo. H
Mr. Thatcher Wo object on tho H
grounds it Is Incompetent, lrrclov- M
nnt and Immaterial. fl
Q. Don't you remember tho names- M
A. I rcmombcr them very well. I M
wpb Just waiting for my attornoy to H
get through with his observations, It H
ho has any objection. M
Mr. Thntcher I should have H
mado tho objection it I had any. M
Tho Court Go ahead, Mr. Hon- m , H
A Chairman of tho Republican H
County Committeo, W. II. Thaln, H
JoBoph Odoll. H
Q Is that tho postmaster? H
A Yes sir. II. Bullen. H
Q Mr. Thaln was County Chair-, H
man nt that timo? H
A Ho was at that timo. H
Q Who was tho third? H
A I gave you Thaln, Bullon and H
Odoll, didn't I? M
Q Bullon, Herschel Bullon, tho H
samo man that testified In this case? H
A Yes H
Q Who was tbo other? H
A Congressman Howell was kind H
of hair-nnd-halt and J. C. Walters H
was also kind of half-and-half. H
Q Shall wo put tho two names H
In, mako It flvo? H
A You might put tho flvo, M
Q J. C Waltors, that Is tho M
attornoy nnd Congressman Howell, H
is that right? M
A Mr. Waltors had decided to 'B
Join his slock with ours, by Mr. ,M
Turner's roquost, but later conclud- H
cd that ho would batter remain on M
tbo other sldo of tho fonco. I
Q With that explanation now, tho M
object of your activity In buying up -M
tho Logan Nowspapor stock and In tM
buying Mr. Mooro out was to out- M
wit theso peoplo that you have men- J
tloncd, getting control of tho paper? ,H
A No, I bellovo I stated that wo H
did not want to buy tho leaso unless H
wo could get control of tho paper. M
Q That docs not answer tho ques- H
tlon. Your object in buying tho H
stock, obtaining control, as you say, Q
of tho stock of tho Logan Nowspa- H
per company was lu ordor to keep H
It out of tho hands of theso very M
peoplo you havo uamod? ;H
A Tho objoct of buying the stock jB
was Inasmuch as wo wero buying 'B-
half of tho lease was that tho lease ,Jr-
would contlnuo longer than tho ox- Iffp
ptratlon as stated In this leaso, bo-' H
causo tho accounts, both tho sub- 'I
scrlptlon accounts and tho advortls- JH
lng account, would not ho valuable H
If tho leaso was taken from tho own- H
read from Hardy's writings,
ProBt. Joseph Qulnney, Jr, spoko H
to tho school In devotional yes'Arday H
morning. Jle save a very inspiration- H
al talk on optimism. , B
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