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SB SATURDAY JANUARY 18 1913 THE tOQAN REPUBLICAN PAGE THREE ll
I DESPERATE SITUA
ARE IN DANGER
Grave Fear Ar Entertained for
Safety of U. 8. Cltlxens In
Wush'lngton, Jan. IB. The Cruiser
Denver has been ordered from San
Diego, Cal., to Acapulco, Mexico,
where n desperate situation Is re
ported with Americans In danger.
8ho will sail tomorrow and should
arrive at the Mexican port In about
four days. Commander Washington
has about 270 Jackies aboard and a
company of marines.
The decision to send a warship to
protect Americana was reached early
today after alarming, reports of tho
activity of rebels under Julio Radlllo
had been received through Ambassa
dor Wilson at Mexico City.
Consul Edwards at Acapulco had
suggested that Inasmuch as the Mex
ican commander of the town had ad
mitted his Inability to relnforco tho
garrison, a warship should be sent.
Tho last report from Acapulco Raid
Radlllo was operating In tho country
about there and that refugees from
every direction wero pouring Into
tho town, which Is ono of tho most
Important Mexican ports on tho Pa
cific. Depredations and atrocities by
tho approaching rebels wero reported
Will Take Americans Aboard
Americans and other foreigners
will bo taken aboard the Denver
when sho reaches there If they so
desire. The Denver Is the nearest
ship to tho danger point.
Although the number of Americans
in tho city of Acapulco proper Is not
so largo, thero aro largo numbers In
tho surrounding count! engaged In
ranching and mining. Gravo fears
wero entertained for their safety by
state department officials as soon as
It was learned that refugees from
tho outlying country were seeking
safety In Acapulco. Tho rebels also
control CaBas Grandee, whero they
have forced the suspension of opera
tions on tho railroad.
Reports to tho state department to
day were more optimistic concerning
conditions along tho border In Sono-
KM ra and Chihuahua, but tho situation
wl la said to be bad In San Luis Potosl
lam some 1,200 miles north of Mexico
' W ARMISTICE EXPEN8IVE
m Keeping Allied Armies on War Foot.
tng Hat Cost Two Hundred
I London, Jan. 15. Today's meet-
of tho ambassadors of the powers
was devoted chiefly to a discussion
of tho means of putting a brako on
tho threatened resumption of war In
tho Hulkans. Breathing tlmo wud
given for efforts In this direction by
tho decision of the Balkan plenipo
tentiaries today to delay further ac
tion until the Turkish government
has had full opportunity for tho dis
cussion of tho ambassador's note,
which will be proBcnted this week.
It Is quite evident that both sides
would welcome the discovery of an
acceptable way to avoid further fight
ing. Tho Turkish delegates arguo
that but for tho fact that the Euro
pean powers have shown bias In fa
vor ot the claims put forward by the
allies they would have been able to
compromise with their adversaries
The delegates of the allies den
that the powers have raised an ob
jection to their announcod intention
ot breaking off negotiations and de
nouncing the armjstlco. They point
out that on Saturday last they noti
fied the British foreign minister, and
all the European ambassadors ot
their intention and nono of them re
monstrated. Tho representatives of Bulgaria,
Greece, Montenegro and Servla de
clare that they must protect their
own Interests, especially In avoiding
Indefinite procrastination tin the p.irt
of the Turks, as slnco the conclusion
of the armistice In December, the
maintenance of tho four allied armlo
on a war footing Has represented an
outlay of $200,000,000. This must
come to an end, they say. Within n
week Turkey must either cedo Adrl
anople in a peaceful manner or lose
It by a resumption of the war, which
In tho end, wculd bo less r-oally thnn
this expensive peace.
SAYS THE ROAD 18
NO PLACE FOR A WOMAN
In the January American Magazine
appears a now Edna Ferbcr Btory
nbout Emma McChesney, tho travel
ing saleswoman. In tho course of
tho' story Fat Ed Meyers says to
"Another ten years on tho road,
and where'U you be? In the discard
A man ot forty-six can keep step
with tho youngsters, even if it docs
mnko him puff a bit. But a woman
of forty-six tho road Isn't tho placo
for her. She's tired. Tired In the
morning; tired at night. Sho wants
her ktmona and tho afternoon snoozo
You've seen somo ot those old girls
on tho road. They've come down
step by step until you spot 'cm,
bleached hair, crow's feet around
tho eyes, mussy shirtwaist, yellow
and red complexion, demonstrating
green anl lavender gclatlno messes
In the grocery of somo department
store. I don't say that a brainy cork
er ot a saleswoman llko you would
como down like that. But you've got
to consider sickness nnd a lot ot
ESCAPED AFTER FIFTEEN YEARS
W. 1 Broylos made a successful
escapo after fifteen years of suffer
ing from kldnoy and bladder troubles.
Foley Kldnoy Pills rolcascd him nnd
will do Just the samo for others. Ho
says: "They cured a most severe
backaclio with painful bladder Irreg
ularities, and they do all you claim
for them." Hefuso substitutes. Co
op Drug Co. (Advertisement).
W. R. Fox, 19G W. Washington
street, Noblesvllle, Ind., says: "Af
ter buffering many months with kid
ney trouble, after trying other remo
dles and prescriptions, I purchased a
box of Foley Kldnoy Pills, which not
only did me moro good than any oth
er remedies I over used, but have
positively set my kidneys right. Oth
er members of my family havo usod
them with similar results." Take at
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SALT LAKE SOLONS
KEEP HIGH PLACES
8mlth and Williams, Holdover 8ena.
tort, Retain Chairmanship of
Important Committees They
Headed In 1911
Salt Lak0 City, Jan. 16. Appoint
ment of chairmen and members off
the nineteen standing committee was
made In the senate yesterday by
President Henry Gardner.
When tho appointments had been
made, Senator Bonner X. Smith
moved to lay them on the table. Pres
ident Gardner looked at tho senator
from Salt Lake with somo alarm.
Senator Smith, however, was laugh
ing, and President Gardner's face
took on a smile. All the senatora
laughed and the motion took on the I
color ot a fake.
Salt Lako's two holdover senators
Smith and Williams, retain tho
chairmanships of the same Important
committees they bended nt the 1911
session. Senator Smith Is chairman
of tho Judiciary committee nnd Sen
ator Williams Is chalrmnn of the
committee on appropriations and
Ferry Heads Mines Body
Senntor W. Mont Kerry of Salt
Lnko Is chairman of the committed
on mines and mining; Sch Uor Chns.
Cottrell Jr., of Salt Luke, chairman
of prlvnto corporations and Insurnnco
nnd Senntor I). O. Rldemit, chalr
mnn of tho stnto affairs and federal
relations and engrossing and enroll
ing bills committees.
Senator Henry W. Lunt Is chair
man ot highways and public lands;
Senator Edgehlll of railroads; Sen
ator James W. Funk of public health
and labor; John W. Thornloy of live
stock; Senntor L. 11. Wight of man
ufactures and commerce; Senator
Wlllard S. Hansen of banks and
banking and Senator A. L. Booth ot
Personnel of Committees
Personnel of nil standing commit
tees Is as follows, the first named
Benator In each case being chairman:
Agrlculturo and Irrigation Eckcrs
ley, Lunt, Cottrell, Thornloy, Craig,
Edgehlll and Funk.
Annronrlatlons nnd Claims Will
iams, lverson, Hansen, Thornloy,
Kolly, RIdeout and Funk.
Banks and Banking Hansen, Fer
ry, Cottrell, lverson, Thornloy, Wight
Contingent Expense and Printing
Olson, Edgehlll and Booth.
County and Municipal Corporation
Kelly, Wight, Ferry, Cottrell, Lunt
RIdeout and Funk.
Education Booth, Eckersloy, RIde
out, HnnRcn, Smith, Kelly nnd Ivor
son. Engrossing nnd Enrolling Bills
RIdeout, Williams and Funk.
Fish, Game and Forestry Craig,
Eckeroloy, Lunt, Wight, Booth.
Thornloy nnd RIdeout.
Highway and Public Lands Lunt,
Hansen, lverson, Craig, RIdeout, Cot
trell and Thornley.
Judiciary Smith, Wight, lverson,
Booth, Eckersley, Kelly and Edge
bill. Live Stocks Thornley, Edgehlll,
Lunt, Hansen and Eckersloy.
Manufacturers nnd Commerce
Wight, Smith, lverson, Ferry, Kelly
Funk and Olson.
Mines and Mining Ferry, Wight,
Edgehlll, Smith and Williams.
Private Corporations and Insuran
ce Cottrell, Hansen, Craig, Williams
Public Health and Labor Funk,
Forry, Eckersloy, Thornloy, Lunt,
Kolly nnd RIdeout.
Public Institutions lverson, Thorn
ley, Cottrell, Booth, Edgehlll, Eckers
ley and Craig.
Railroads Edgehlll, Ivorson, Smith
Eckersloy; Craig, Cottrell and Han
sen. Rules Williams, Wight and Eck
ersloy. Stnto Alfalrs and Fedornl Relations
RIdeout, Craig, Wight, Booth, Han
sen, Williams and Olson.
NOTICE OF A6SES8MENT
Logan Salt Company, principal placo
of business, Logan, Cache County,
Notice la hereby g,ven that nt
a meeting of tbo directors hold
on the twenty-second day of Novem
ber, 1012, an assessment ot one cent
per shnro was lovled on tho capital
stock of tho corporation payable to
tbo secretaary, Joseph S. Larsen at
It South Third East streot, Logan,
Utah, on or before tho 24th day ot
December, A. D. 1912, Any stock
upon which this assessment may ro
main unpaid on the snld 24th day ot
December, 1912, will bo delinquent
and advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless pnyment is made
bofore, will bo sold on the 16th day
ot January, 1913, to pay tho delin
quent nssomont, together with the
cost of advertising and expense ot
At a meeting of the Board ot Di
rectors ot the Logan Salt company,
hold Dec. 24, 1912 It was ordered
that the dates fixed for the delin
quency and sale of stock In the
above notlco be extended to January
24, 1913, and February 10, 1913, re
spectively. JOSEPH S. LARSEN, Secretary.
Office at 14 South Third Hast St.
NOTICE OF A88E88MENT
Mexican Citrus Fruit Company,
Notlco is hereby given that nt a
meeting ot tho directors held on the
20th day of December, 1912, an as
sessment of 10 dollars a sharo was
levied on the calptal stock of the
corporation, payable Fobruary 1, 1913
to tho secretary ot tho corporation
nt his ofllco at Logan, Utah. Any
stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 1st day
ot February 1913, will bo delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, and untesj paymont Is mado bo
fore, will bo sold on the 21st day
ot February 1913, to pay tho delin
quent assessment, together with tho
cost ot advertising and expense, of
sale. H. BULLEN, JR.,
Commercial Block, Logan, Utah.
We offer ono hundred dollars re
ward for nny case ot Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY &. CO. Toledo, O.
We, tho undersigned, havo known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 yearn,
and believe him perfectly honorably
In all business transactions and fin
ancially able to carry out any obliga
tions mndo by his firm.
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood
nnd mucuous surfaces of tho systom.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Tako Hall's Family Pills for con
Logan 1 February 23, S. F. Dal
Ilf, O. H. Budge. N. W. Kimball.
Logan 2 February 10, O. II.
Budgo, John Quayle, Andreas Peter
son. Logan 3 Jnnuary 20, S. F. Bulllf,
Job. E. Cowley, Isaac Smith.
Logan 4 January 12, S. F. Ballif,
O. 11. Budge, J. II. Anderson, J.
Logan C February 16, Jos. Quln
.ley, Jr., S. F. Ballif, S. B. Mltton.
Logan 0 March 9, S. F. Ballif, O.
II Budge, B. U. Thatchor.
Logan 7 January 19, O. II.
Budge, R. O. Larson, N. W. Kim
ball. Logaa 8 January 26, O. II. Buwgo
J. H. Anderson, Isaac Smith.
Rlvor HelghtB January 12, Jos.
Qulnnej, Jr., Jos. E. Cowloy, G. W.
Greenville Fobruary 9, S. F. Bal
lif, W. W. Roundy, G. W. Lindqulst
Hydo Park January 26, Jos. Quln
noy, Jr., J. Z. Stowart, Frederick G.
DoiiBon Fobruary 23, Jos. Quln
noy, Jr., J. E. Carllslo. J. E. Car
don. Providence 1 January 19, 8. F.
Ballif, S. B. Mltton, Andreas Petor
son. Providence 2 Fobruary 9, O. II
Budge, J. E, Carllslo, Isaac Smith.
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