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I CIBHT PACKS li T LOAN, CACHE COUfitY, UTHi TUtfV JANUARY 14 1913 - ,J ' ' TENTH YEAR H
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City Father In Convention at Ahtr
lean Fork Select Logan ae Next
Meeting Place
No little honor was bestowed upon
j oir townsman and one tf our cltr
. cwnmlseloners, Mr. George W.. Ltnd
L qulst, Saturday last, when he was
l t chosen, president of the State League
" ot 'Municipalities at the closing ses
sion ot the annual convention of the
organization held at American Fork.
Commissioner Llndqulst represented
Logan at the convention owing to
the fact that Mrs. Hayball was very
111 and tho Mayor unable to attend.
Logan not only got the presidency of
the organization for one Of her
townsmen, but this city was chosen
for the" next meeting place of the
league in 1914.
'Abel J. Evans of Lchl was tho
principal speaker at tho morning ses
sion of the convention on Saturday.
He discoursed upon forms for city
opinion that cities of certain classi
fication should have uniform laws for
governing public utility acts and bo
lleved that tho forms should be chan
ged every eight or ten years, as
conditions changed In that period.
f Retiring President Noyes appoint
ed as his final act, a committee ot
I ten men, who should draft a new or
dinance for tho regulation of the liq
uor traffic.
The complete list of officers elect
ed follows: Q. W. Llndqulst, presi
dent; P. H. D.nckwell, Brigham City
first vice president; J. M. Peterson
Richfield, second vice president; R.
T. Merrill, Smlthfleld, third vlco
president; George Romncy Jr. Smith
field, secretray-treasurer.
FAREWELL FEAST
4 FOR RESIDENT
Ohio Society of Washington To En-
I tertaln Mr Taft One Week
I From Today
H Washington, Jan. 12. President
I' Taft will be tno guest of honor at
I the annual banquet of the Ohio So-
clety of Washington at Rauschers on
I Jan. 20, Justice William R. Day of
1 the United Sates Supreme Court will
1 preside as chief executive of the so-
I clety. Senator Pomerene ot Ohio, a
I native of Canton, the homenjbf form-
I ar President nfcKlnley, will - speak
I on "McKInley at Home," and Sena-
I tor Burton will propose the farewell
I . toast chosen from the lines ot Byron
I .. to Tom In oo re:
I "" "Here's a sign to those who love
I me
And a smile to those who hate,
And whatever skies above,
Here's a heart for every fate."
The banquet Is to servo not only
1 ana farewell to the president by bis
friends here beforo ne leaves to take
I up his position in connection with the
Kent professorship at Yale, but will
1 also commemorate the third anniver
sary ot the society and the birthday
anniversary of William McKInley.
Many features of tho banquet will
revive oldtassoclatlons. Two ot the
speakers will be ahimni of tho Cin
cinnati Law School, of which Presi
dent Taft was dean previous to being
sent .to tho Philippines. The subject
of dno toast, "The Rainbow Comes
Down In Ohio," Is the mcBsago
brought to Washington by tho Com
Club boyB from tho Buckeyo stato.
Milton 10. Alles, chairman of tho
banquet committee, 1b preparing for
a large gathering.
WELLSVILLE NEWS
Wellsville, Jan 13,
1 jjfjp"88 Christian Maughan who suf
w Jpwred from a form of deafness fol
lowing an attack of scarlet fever
when a child has entirely recoverod
her bearing after bolng treated by
. Dr." P. j. Freenor of Ogdon.
Mr. Marshall Allen who suffered
from deafness and other troublo with
his "ears has entirely rccovored
through trcutmontB recolvod recently
Mrs. D. A, Kerr who has been nn
invalid for tho past 12 years Is
greatly Improved during tho past
three weeks.
Mauuasah Burnes of Covo was a
t I Logan vUttor on Saturday.
HAVE HG FIRE
VilLLVILLE
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Leslie Hoyiy Is Severely Burntd
About Face and Hands, and
Kitchen Becomes Ashes "
Through the" explosion ot gasoline
at the home ot James A. Hovey at
Mlllvllle Saturday afternoon, Leslie
Hovey, 23 years ot age, brother of
Merlin Hovey, secretary or the Com
mercial Boosters club, Is In a dan
gerous condition through the burns
sustained and the kitchen part of the
house with part of the roof Is burn
ed to the ground. Young Hovey was
cleaning clothes with gasoline In a
warm room when tho explosion oc
curred. His face, head and hands
wcro badly burned. His present con
dition Is a matter of much concern.
MANY FINE BIRDS
ON EXHIBITION
The poultry show opened Its doors
yesterday morning at tho Davidson
building on West Center street. Many
fine birds were entered during tho
day. Pens have been secured for
birds from various parts of the coun
ty. There Is a probability that there
wl.l not bo as many entries in this
show as In some ot tho former ones
but what are entered will be excel
lent specimens ot the feathered trlbo
A large attendance Is anticipated by
the officers ot tho association.
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BOOSTERMEETING
All club members, business men,
and citizens of Logan are Invited to
attend the regular monthly meeting
of the Commercial Boosters club on
Wednesday, January 15 at 8 p m.
The purpose ot the meeting Is to
discuss the advisability ot organiz
ing a Logan Home Building Society.
If such a society Is desired tho or
ganization will at once be elected.
As this Is a very Important matter It
Is desired that every club member,
especially be present. Kindly bring
your friends who may be Interested.
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WOMAN NOW OWN8
NEW YORK TRIBUNE
Whltelaw Raid's Entire Estate, With
Exception of Specific Bequests
Of $110460, Willed
T Widow
New York, Jan. 10. The wilt of
ho late Whltelaw Reid, ambassador
New York Tribune, leaves his entire
estate, with the exception ot specific
boquests of f.110,000, to his widow,
Elizabeth Mills Reid The will filed
for probate today In the surrogate's
court at White Plains, N. Y., makes
Mrs. Reid sole executrix.
Regarding the control of the Tri
bune tho will says: "Should my son
Ogdon Mills Reid display capacity
and aptitudo for the work It Is my
desire that he should ultimately succeed-
to tno control of-tho Tribune,
but this and the disposition ot tho
property must be left to his mothor."
Mrs. Held becomes owner ot al
most tho entlro Issue of stock ot tho
Tribune association, publishers of
the Now York Trlbuno, which has
been under the direction of Ogden
Reid for a year. It was announced
Ogden Held would continue ns head
of the Tribune association.
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TWO LITTLE GRL8
FREEZE TO DEATH ON
WINTER WAGON TRIP
Meeker, Colo., Jan. 10. The re
port reaches Meoker today ot tho
freezing to death ot two littlo girls,
daughters of A. P. Jones, while en
routo from Meeker to Grand Valley
In a covered wagon. Tho family Is
oxtrcmely poor and Insufficient cloth
ing and lack of proper nourishment
Is given as contributing to death.
Jones, Ills wife and six children were
traveling from Oregon to Kentucky
ovorland. Tho deaths occurred two
days ago, but wero not roported un
til today, whon tho nearest town was
reached.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Bowen ot tho
Second ward nro rejoicing dver tho
safo urrlval of a baby girl born'to
them Sunday morning. All concern
ed doing nicely.
Mrs. Belva A. Loqfcpood; Noted
Suffragist, ;H$&3Lem Old.
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Still active In the practice of law and the quest of her hlc.il In splto of the
weight of eighty-two years Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood Is one of tho prominent
advocates of woumn suffrage Mrs. Lockwood tinR the distinction of being
the first woman lo receive the LL. D. mid the Hrst ndmltted to practice law
before the supreme court of tho United States am), Is l)u- only woman ever to
be nominated for president of the United Suites UuiMtdvicu uud theories us
to how women should fight their battle for suffrage uru fclveu tho deepest re
spect even though younger and more ambitious women have risen to high
places In the ranks. The picture Is one of tho latest und best taken of the
distinguished woman, whose borne Is In Wtuhluirton.
Deplores Conditions
Of Modern Tinxes
Lyman R. Mafifneau, In Tabernacle
Strmon.j'Beetares Doubt
lrtvalls
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Salt Lake City, Jan. 13. Urging
his auditors to give the same amount
ot Interest and activity to their re
ligious life that they do 'to other
lines' of human endeavor, Lyman R.
Martlneau delivered the principal ad
dress at the tabernacle services yes
terday afternoon. In line with this
admonition, Mr. Martlneau urged a
closer observance of the Sabbath day
decrying the custom ot using the
Sabbath as a day for indulging in ex
cessive pleasures. He said:
Wo are standing at the parting of
tho ways, and though Christ is not
with us In person, his word has como
ringing down through the ages.
Thero is no donylng the question that
tho peoplo In general aro lucking the
enthusiasm tlmt should characterize
their Intorest In sold salvation.
Too Much Doubt
Everywhere they are demanding
proof beforo accepting things spirit
ual. And tho men who demand this
proof when spiritual things aro con
cerned accept conditions In ofli
lines of human endeavor wltnim
proofs. The best proof In all tno
world is the proof of experience. For
Instance, a man takes a friend into
his homo. When he arrives there ho
hears the voice ot his wife In anoth
er room. His friend asks who it is
and ho replies. "My wife." Now what
It this friend should demand proof.
Ho knows It Is his wife but ho would
have n dlfllcult time proving beyond'
all doubt, It called upon to furnish
absolute proofs.
So I appeal to tho men and wom
en searcnlng for light, you must not
Btand without waiting for proofs,
for tho Savior has said, "Do tho will
of tho Father and you will konw of
tho doctrine In all my oxporlenco
I havo nover found tho man who
does not deslro to know tho truth.
! have not found the man who does
not want to know something of the
lire beyond the grave. Men are not
wholly worldly.
Too Many Careless
But men are coming to be greater
lovers ot themselves than ot their
Ood. Go where you will today,
wbero will you And the houses of
worship filled? Then go down tho
street and you will And crowds pour
ing out of the moving picture houses
much larger than the crowd that will
leave this tabernacle. To such peo
ple there ought to be a message to
reach their hearts. They are not go
ing to complete disaster, but they
havo como to the parting ot tho way.
They havo failed to decide what
t,holr future will be. Peoplo stand
asldo without making tho same effort
In religious llfo that they do In busi
ness and expect to bo saved. I advo
cate tho Idea that If they would be
saved they must work at It, they
must deserve It,
MRS SMOOT GIVE8 DINNER
Invites Few Guests In Honor of 8ena
tor on His Fifty-fifth
Birthday
Washington, Jan. 10. Mrs. Smoot
gavo a dlnnor party this ovonlng In
honor ot Sonntor 8moot, It being the
fifty-first anniversary of his birth.
Tho guests woxo Senator and Mrs.
C. S. Pago, Senator and Mrs. Mur
ray, W. Crane, Miss Mabel Board
mnn, Senator W. P. Dillingham and
Senator W. M. BradToy.
MORMON MISSIONARY
DIE8 IN NEW ZEALAND
Albert Cloon Burt of Brigham City,
who has been working as a mission
ary for tho Mormon church In Now
Zealand for tho last thirteen months
died yesterday from typhoid fovcr.
Nows of his death was received yes
terday nt church hcadquartors, tho
message stating that tho body would
bo sent homo for burial, leaving
Auckland January 17. Mr. Burt wns
born nt Brigham City aeptomber 17,
1890.
PIONEER DIES :
IN THIS CITY
John Clark Dowdls Passes Away Af
ter Lingering Illness Of
8everal Years
John C. Ddwdlc, 76 years of age
on the 16th day of December died
at his homo In tho Second ward, on
Sunday morning at i o'clock after a
lingering Illness of flvo or six years.
Tho Immediate, cause of death was
a paralytic stroko of a fow days ago.
brought on by the long Illness. Mr.
Dowdle Is a well known citizen of
tho valley, having resided- In Frank
lln. College ward, and this city. Ho
wns prominent In tho early history
of this vnlloy having taken part In
many of tho Indian struggles. His
work In tho church dates back to
his childhood. A complcto biography
will bo published In Saturday's Issuo
of this paper. Tho funeral Borvlccs
will probably bo held nt tho Second
wnrd mooting houso on Thursday.
Burial will tnko placo In Wlllard.
MENDOLNEWS
Mention, Jam 13.
Mrs. Union Soronscn presented
hor husband with a flno big boy on
Thursday Jan, 9. All concerned nro
doing nicely.
Mr. Enter Richards gave a wed
ding dnnco In Richards Hall Thurs
day evening. A lnrgo crowd wns
present.
Tho Wood orchestra gavo n danco
In Wollsvlllo Wednesday evening.
A bunch of the first year's basket
ball team from tho B. Y. played our
eighth grade school team In Rlch
nrds hall Friday evening. Tho scoro
was 22 to 29 in favor of Mcndon.
This makes three tlmoB our team
hns played and como out victorious
each time. Our team Is working Jor
tho championship ngnln this year.
Wo are enjoying tho first sleighing
ot tho season.
The old folks will hold their unnu
al doings In the meeting houso on
Wednesday Jan. 15.
MrB. Trockwood Stum ft highly en
tertnlned at a birthday dinner Friday
Tho occasion bolng the ladlo's 88th
birthday. Tables wero laid for
twelve.
John,, Hughes has been very Blck
wlthlymptoms of pneumonia,
Jos. Baker's homo Is quarantined
for measles.
HOWELL 3AY8 LAW8
SHOULD BE AMENDED
District Judge Discusses Operators
Of Labor Saving
Machinery
Ogden, Jan. 12. How modern la
bor saving machinery hns ,mado nec
essary modern lnws for protecting
the working man and why tho ownor
of tho macblno should bo compelled
to look after tho welfare of tho op
crutor In enso of Injury as carefully
as ho would proservo tho efllcloncy
of tho machlno wero points discussed
by Judgo J. A. Howoll of tho Sec
ond district court, In nn address be
foro tho mombors of tho Sunday
Night club at tho parish house of
tho Church of tho Good Shepherd
this ovenlng. Tho subject of his ad
dress was "Tho Worklngmnn's Com
pensation and Protection Laws."
Judge Howell declnred that It was
ono of tho duties of the next 'Utah
legislature to adopt ndequato laws
along this lino und thus koop pace
with slater states. Ho said that tho
old common law respecting tho re
sponsibility of employers hnd out
grown Its usefulness. In this day of
progress, whon hand labor hns beon
largoly displaced by labor saving
machinery, something moro adequate
for tho protection of tho worklngman
Is needed, according to tho speakor.
W'th tho Increase of danger to tho
worklngman, now laws aro needed.
Tno Judgo favors
wquld raako tho llfo and health of
tho machlno operator Just as Impor
tant as tho llfo of tho machlno Itself.
Tho speakor Illustrated tho neces
slty of more ofllclont statistics
showing tho number ot worklnijinen
who nro killed and maimed every
year in tho Industrial work ot the
United States.
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Tho busier tho ba).er the moro he
loaves.
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B. Y.C. TEAM .
' DEFEATS ONEIDA
Basketball Game On Saturday Night
Won By Local Boys By Score H
Of 49 H
Tho Oneida Stake Academy bask-
otball team lost their first game with 'H
tho D, Y. Collcgo team this season ''''''' iH
by tho score ot 49 to 32. Tho game
was played to a good crowd nt the
B. Y. gymnnslum on Saturday oven-
lng and was as Interesting a game ,
of basketball as was ever witnessed
on a local floor. It was n fight from H
tho first whlstlo until tho closo of , , H
tho game. Tho Preston team got tho H
first field bnBket. Barlow tho crack H
centor tor tho visitors being tho first H
to land tho sphcro safely within tho H
net. Tho local tonm took on ginger
ns tho supporters ot tho visitors ) H
Bent forth n volley ot cheers nnd 1 H
shortly tied tho I H
Potorson, center for B. Y. plnycd j H
ono ot tho best games ot his life. 1 H
His work wns spectacular throughout I H
Ho didn't hnvo much the edgo ot his j
opponent at tho Jump, but when ho j
of tho basket, you cquld bank on It I
got the ball within throwing distance I H
that ho would scoro. Ho was sue- i IbLLI
cossful In couplng fifteen field bas- 1 '
kcts. Consequently was tho big scor- j
lng machlno in the game. There wns
no discount on tho work ot tho vis- I
ltlng team. Tho boys did excellent I
team work. Thoy would carry tho I H
ball down the long floor ot tho court
with lightening rapidity. Tb0 throw- , E H
lng from tho field wns not as good ' '' ( H
as was that of tho B. Y.'s Howover ' H
tho foul pitching far excelled Bar- I H
ron of Conch Jensen's team. Mr. jj
Barron wns somewhat oft color and jH
throw but thrco baskots out ot fit- I '
teen tries from the foul lino, whllo H
Barlow landed 8 out ot 12 from tho
samo position. hsLH
Both teams nro made up of tho j '
stuff, that goes to make good -basket- .a,.a I 'LLV
ball moterlnl nnd undoubtedly will I
mako a showing during tho 'playing " 'r I
season. From the exhibition on Sat- ) M
urday ovenlng It could bo plainly '
Been that tho local boys will mako f H
a roptttablo shotting In tho Intercol-
leglato '
The lineup ',
O. 8. A. B. Y, C.
Nceley r f Hill H
Tolman 1 f Tolman H
Barlow c Peterson j H
Forsgren I g Wright j
Maughan rg Barron I H
Referee Hugh Peterson. -s LH
YONSENSEN WRITES '"
POLITICAL TINGS '
Editor Hepoobllcan: Aye tank somo H
pollticle tings need talkln about, By
ylmmlnlo aye tank yunkets cum pur- i H
ty high. Vun hundred alty five dot- H
lar vas sum munoy fur Poter C. H
Nelsensun to spend on vun yunket. hi LB
Poter must bae ben heavy valt of do JU M
spent as much munoy. Veil It Is now Ll
party,, os ny0 don't tnnk do odors V H
up to Komlshuner Potor to glvo pec- U
plo valuo rccolved for munoy .ipent. I H
on yunket, so ho vll bo busy roan M
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By goshnmlty, vo nil bon sorprlst H
to rcud about Yudgo Maun In Ropoob ' H
llcnn. Ye clldo vun hundred pound , H
cat, vun hundred tousand dollu.' Is i H
sum munoy. ' M
Aye vas talkln to my trend Hans ' H
DInkeiiBplcl nn hao say hao tank J H
Yudgo Pedersou should draw stto , H
draft on Yudgo Maun fur two hun- ' , H
dred dollar fur campaln. Hao tank n L
It viib an overslt vld do Yudgo nnd ji I H
dnt hao vas not treated rite. Hao H
vas sure hao vould pay It hao vas H
asked, veder ho vas in politicks or L
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By ylmmlnlo nye tank It time May- II H
or Habal vas calling halt on highest j IS
pado mim In city spendln time ot tax ; jH
payers in vorklng up hao campaln iiBH
fur post master. Ayo don't tank f ILI
Yorgo Harbor and Yed M. Blnlr shuld IJ jH
havo nil tings dor own vay, but tax i' ut
payers shuld not havo to pay Heber J I
Maun vun hundred ten dollar a mont I jj !H
fur him to vork against Yed and j 1 H
Yorgo. j j M
By heck nyo vlll tank you for put- ' jj M
tin dls In do Repoobllcan. t H
YONS PETER YONSENSEN j '
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How much good could bo dono In 1 H
this world If tho contribution to tho -J H
fresh nlr fund wero as largo as thoso j M
to tho "hot air" fund. I 1 H

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