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THURSDAY JANUARY 1. (Ml THE LOQAN R E P U L , C A N pA0E THREE ,H
Alleged 8layer of Chauffeur Whit
Takes Time To Enter
With the Indifference of thpse to
whom the formalities of the law
have become dull and wearisome, but
not menacing, Caleb R. Inlow and his
I wife, Qenevlove Inlow, charged Joint-
I Ir with the murder of Thlmaa E.
5 White, a public chauffeur came be-
Jjf , foro Judge M. L. Ritchie in the dls-
lrSk trlct court yesterday morning for ar-
P ralgnment. They listened to the com-
, plaints charging them with murder
9 In the first degree and asked for
(time to plead. They wero given until
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Inlow came Into court as Inscrut
able ag ever. He chatted pleasantly
. with the deputy sheriff having him
1 In custody and hid his manacled
wrists in the alcoves of his coat aB
S I)o waited for court to open. He had
j an air about him as of a man slight
ly amused, somewhat bored but not
nfrald. Mrs. Inlow had been brought
into court previously. Husband nnd
wife nodded to each other and sat
tlown together with tholr attorneys.
As ho faced the court clerk, Inlow
thrust his hands Into his pockets and
grinned as tho solemn Information
was read to him. Ho leaned forward
to catch tho low tones of the clerk
nnd grinned moro broadly when tho
latter stumbled or hesitated In tho
Tho reading done with, Inlow con
sulted briefly with his attorneys, A.
It. Irvine and Sorcn X. Chrlstenson.
Tbey asked until Wednesday to en
ter the plea. Inlow turned briskly to
the deputy sHeriff" hold out his
wiists for the handcuffs and left the
room hurriedly, nodding curtly to
those whom ho recognized.
1 Mrs. Inlow was not so self-posses,
sed. Her dark, brown eyes flashed
j nervously all about the courtroom,
but they would not rest on tho clerk
I who read to hor tho information.
H She stood betweon her attorneys and
clasped her hands on tho t&blo in
front of her for support. She was
H dressed In a red frock, a big brown
II coat and a black hat that accentuated
II the pallor of her face and the trou
II bio In her eyes.
TWO OLD MEN ON THE
PLATFORM AT CHICAGO
In tho January American Magazine
Brand Whltlock, Mayor of Toledo,
Ohio, begins to tell tho atory of his
life. Following Is an extract:
In 1908, In the Coliseum Chica
go, when tho Republican National
Convention was In session, there
were conducted to the stage one
morning, and Introduced to the dele
gates, two old gentlemen who had
been delegates to that first conven
tlon of the party, and after they had
been presented and duly eelcbroted
by the chairman and cheoicd by the
delegates they were asslduiurv giv
en seats In large chairs, and there,
throughout tho session side by side,
tbey sat, tholr hands clocpe-1 over
the crooks of their heavy canes, their
white old heads unsteady, peering
out in a certain purblind, bewildered
nged way over that mighty assembly
of tho power and the wealth, the re
spectability and the authority of the
nation far other than that revo'u
tlonary gathering they had nttended
half a century beforel
"All through the session, now nnd
then I would look at them; there
was a cortaln Indefinable pathos li
them, they sat so still, they were
so old, thero was In their attitude
tho acqulcsccnso of ago and I would
recall my grandfather's stories nf
tho days when they were the force
In tho Republic, and the runaway
'niggers,' and tho rifles, and tho
great blazing up of liberty In tho
land, and It seemed to mo that Tlmo
or what Thomas Hardy calls tho Iron
lo Spirit, or perhaps It was only tho
politicians who wero managing tho
que, stupendous Joke nn thoso patri
archs. Did tholr old eyes, gazing so
strangely on that scene, behold Its
Implications? Did they descry the
guide post that told them how far
away they really wero from that first
convention and Its Ideals?
"But whatover tho reflections of
those two aboriginal Republicans, cr
whatover emotions or speculation?
thoy may havo inspired In those whu
saw them tho torch ot llborty being
ever brandished somewhere in this
world and tossed from hand to hand
they had done their part in IVelr
cay, and might presumably be allow
ed to look on at the antics ot men
wherever they chose, In peaco. They
had known Lincoln, no Inconsider
able distinction In Itself!"
Bids for the removal ot all gar
bage from the districts within the
fire limits ot Logan City for the year
1913 will be received at City Recor
der's offlco room 18 court house up
to 8 o'clock" p. m. Tuesday, February
4, 1913. The right is reserved to re
ject any or all bids.
HENRY Q. HAYBALL,
Commissioner ot Public Safety
Tho din of their wedding bells still
rang In their ears, for It was only
the second day of their married bliss.
Supremely happy, they were well
satisfied with one another, and no
cloud had obscured the vista of their
little earthly paradlso.
"Hubby," she remarked tremulous-
ly, "you love mo dearly, don't you?"
"More thnn life Itself,' ho declared
"And no personal defect In mo
would ever causo your lovo to lessen
would it, dearest?"
Ho agreed that such was the ensc.
"Oh, sweet one," she cried, de
murely, "I have Just ono confession
to make! M-my tecth-my teeth me
"Thank goodness!" ho responded,
fervently. "Now I can cool my burn
And, with, that remark, ho doffed
his wig. Answers.
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Logan 1 February 23, S. F. Bat
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Logan 2 February 16, O. II.
Budgo, John Qunyle, Andreas Peter
son. Logan 3 January 2G, S. F. Balllf,
Jos. E. Cowley, Isaac Smith.
Logan 4 January 12, S. F. Balllf,
0. II . Budge, J. H. Anderson, J.
Logan 5 -February 16 Jos. Quin
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Logan G March 9, S. F. Balllf, O.
H. Budge, B. U. Thatcher.
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Budge, It. O Larson. N. W. Kim
bait. Logan 8 January 26, O. H. BuJge
J. II. Anderson, Isaac Smith.
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Qulnnej, Jr , Jos. E. Cowley, 0. W.
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llf, W. W. Itoundy, O. W. Lindqulst
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Logafi Salt Company, principal placo
ot business, Logan, Cache County,
Notlco Is hereby gtven that at
a meeting of the directors hold
on the twenty-second day ot Novem
ber, 1912, an assessment of ono cent
per share was lovled. on tho capital
stock of tho corporation paynblo to
tho secrotaary, Joseph S. Larson at
14 South Third East street, Logan, '
Utah, on or before tho 24th day of
December, A. D. 1912. Any stock I
upon which this assessment may re
main unpaid on tho Bald 24th day ot
December, 1912, wilt bo delinquent
and advertised for salo at public
auction, and unless payment Is mado
bofore, will be sold on the 16th day
of January, 1913, to pay tho delin
quent assessment, together with tho
cost ot advertising and expense of
At a meeting of tho Board of Di
rectors ot tho Logan Salt company,
held Dec. 24, 1912 It was ordered
that tho dates fixed for the delin
quency and salo of stock in the
nbovo notice bo extended to January
24, 1913, and February 10, 1913, re
spectively. JOSEPH S. LARSEN, Secretary.
Office at 14 South Third East St.
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