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H PAGETW) THE LOGAN RtPUtlUCM TUESDAY JANUAHY 21 , 1
I SALT LAKE HOUSE MEMBERS
HEADS OF MANY COMMITTEES
H Alphabetical List oof Members and
H Their Appointments
M The following list shows tho mem-
M bora of tho bouse arranged In alpha
M bctical order and icommlttee tupon
M which the various members bar
H Anderson Education, Jlsh and
1 . game, chairman; Judiciary, joint res
M olutions, chairman; salaries .and ifeos
H School for Deaf and Dllnd.
H Bamberger Appropriations, arts,
H Judiciary, joint resolution, mining
M , and smelting, public funds, chairman
B Barker Census, municipal corpor
H atlons, public buildings nn3 grounds,
M chairman; public lands, public print
M Ing, rules, chairman; State Mental
U Barnes Contingent accounts, fed
M cral relations and memorials, fish and
M game, military affairs, municipal cor-
U poratlons, chairman.
M Bcnnlon Agriculture, appropria
tes tions, chairman; counties, Irrigation
m and reservoirs, judiciary, joint com
M mlttee on revenue, chairman; live
M Benson Agriculture, highways,
M and bridges, Irrigation and reservoirs
fl penitentiary and prison, Stnto Men
M tnl hospital, state statistics.
H Cardon Appropriations, banking,
H capltol, enrollment and engrossment,
H manufacturers and commerce, public
H Mrs. Cannon Arts, chairman; cap
H Hoi, education, manufactures nnd
H commerce, resolutions, state library,
H Chrlstensen Banking, census, cap-
H ltol, horticulture, Irrigation and res
H ' ervolrs, chairman; public printing
m School for Deaf and Blind.
H Cook Claims and public accounts,
H elections, enroument and engross
H ment, penitentiary and prison, chair
M man; public utilities, resolutions,
H state statistics.
H Dastrup Claims and public nc-
H counts, counties, high-ways and brid
H ges. Irrigation nnd reservoirs, private
H corporations public utilities.
H Day Appropriations, education,
H flsli nnd gamo livestock, public utlll
H tics, chairman; rules.
H Durlinm Appropriations, nrts, ed
H ticatlon, joint committeo on revenue,
H mining nnd smelting, resolutions.
H KIwood IlighwajR ami bridges,
H industrial school, labor, milling, and
H smelting, public funds, state library.
H Hammond Federal relations nnd
H memorials, highways and bridges,
H horticulture, live, stock, public funds;
H School for Uonf nnd Blind.
H llcnric Education, federal rein
H tlous nnd memorials, chairman; In
H surauce, judiciary, chairman; point
H committee on revenue, rules. I
H Hooper Agriculture, chairman; .
H horticulture, cbulrman; Irrigation and
H reservoirs, r" " health, salaries and
H fees, State Meir.V. hospital.
H Jones Knrollmcnt and engross-
H . ment, chairman; highways and brid
H ' ges, insurance, labor, mining nnd
H smelting, public buildings, and
m Jiuld Banking, chairman; cduca
H tlun, judiciary, private corporations,
H chairman; public utilities, resolutions
H Kimball Agriculture, counties,
H fish and game, irrigation and roser-
H voirs, prlvato corporations.
H Mrs. King Census, claims and
H public accounts; capltol, chairman;
H elections, federal relations and mom
H orlals, municipal corporations.
H Krlehel Counties, military affairs
H prlvnte corporations, public printing,
H stato statistics, chairman.
H Loveless Claims and public nc
H counts, HbIi nnd game, horticulture,
H irrlgntion and reservoirs, private cor-
H poratlons, stato mentm hospital.
H Mabey Arts, education, chnlnnnn,
H federal relations and memorials, fish
H j ad game, military affairs, chairman;
H Marcliant Counties, elections,
H chairman; irrigation und reservoirs,
H manufactures and commerco, prlvato
H Marriott Ilniiklug, contingent nc-
H counts, chairman; industrial school,
B , . chairman; llvo stock, manufneturcs
H and commerce, stato library, state
H Mcliae Census, chairman; contln
H gent nccounts, horticulture, public
Hl buildings and grounds, salaries and
H Monson Appropriations, claims
H and public accounts, highways and
H bridges, irrigation and reservoirs, la-
Bi bor, municipal corporations, public
H Morris Appropriations, Insurance
IjS judiciary, llvo stock, public printing,
M chalnnnn; public utilities, salaries
H I ' NIelson Claims and public ac-
H countB, chairman; counties, elections,
H h live stock, coalman; penitentiary
H IR and prison, salaries and fees, chair-
I man; state library.
I stBI. Oldham Census, education, Indus
trial school Joint resolutions, reaoln
Opcnshaw Contingent accounts,
olectlons, manufacture and commerce
penitentiary and prison, public health
Pago Contingent accounts, coun
ties, flsh and game, highways and
bridges, public utilities, rules.
Reynolds Banking, manufactures,
and commerco, municipal corporation
public buildings and grounds, rules,
school for deaf and blind.
Robinson Claims and public ac
counts, labor, live stock, mining and
smelting, public funds, state library.
Skolfleld Contingent account, en
rollment and engrossment, Industrial
school, labor, public health, chairman
Southwlck Capltol, enrollment
and engrossment, judiciary, labor, mil
Itary affairs, public lands.
Smith Agriculture, flsh and gamo
highways and bridges, chairman; In
dustrial school, livestock, mentnl hon ,
pltnl, chairman. j
Swensou Manufneturcs and com-1
mercc, chairman; mining and smelt
ing, public buildings and grounds and
public funds, public utilities.
Van Wagoner Appropriations,
nrts, counties, chairman; flsh nnd
game, livestock, public health, pub
lic lands, chairman.
Welling Counties, education, In
surance, Judiciary, public lnnds, pub
Wilcox Appropriations, highways
and bridges, military affairs, prlvato
corporations, resolutions, chairman;
school for deaf and blind, chairman.
Bids for tho removal of all gar
bage from tho districts v.lthln tho
flro limits of Logan City for the year
1913 will bo received at City Recor
der's offtco 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 G. HAYBALL,
Commissioner of Public Safety
MAIL ROBBER GIVEN
Expert Alienist Refute Plea of In
sanity Set Up on Behalf of
Kansas city, Jan. 17, Wells Louns
berry of Medford, Ore. who Inst Au
gust robbed u mail car on a Union
Pacific overland train between Kan
sas City nnd Lawrence, Kan., was
found guilty today In tho federal
court In Kansas City, Kan., and was
sentenced to servo seven yenrs In
tho federnt prison at Leavenworth.
The plen of tho defense was Insan
ity. Lounsberry held up six mall clerks
forcing one to bind tho others nnd
blindfold them. After rifling tho reg
istered mall sacks nnd placing his
loot In n bag ho stepped off the train
at Lawrence, boarded it agnin a mo
ment later and hid in a Pullman
berth, whoro ho wns captured by tho
conductor and detectives ns tho train
MYLIUS APPEALS TO COURT j
Deportation of Journalist Blocked by
Writ of Habeas Corpus
Now York, Jon. 17 Deportation o1
I'.dward I' Myllus, tho Belgian Jour
nalist, convicted of llbollng King
Oeorgo V of England, which was set
for January 23, wns postponed todny
by United Stntes District Judge Holt
who issued a writ of habeas corpus
returnable January 24.
CONTROLLED BY TRUST
Steamship Combination Declared to
Be Operating Under Agreement
WnBhlngton, Jan. 17. A giant com
bination practically controlling Am
erican coastwise trade on tho Atlan
tic and operating undor nn agreement
with tho rnllroads by which pro rat
ing Is rofused to Independent steam
ship lines except on full cargoes wnB
described to tho House shipping trust '
commlttoo today by A. H. Bull, pres
ident of tho A. II . Bull Steamship
company of Now York.
Describing efforts of the combine
to drlvo his company out of tho Now
York and Porto Rlcnn trado, Mr.
Bull submitted circulars benrlng tho
names of the Insular lino and tho
New York ic Porto Wean Steamship
compnny offering discounts of 70
per cent on freight rate during a
I woek when tho sailing of a Bull liner
for Porto Rico had been announced.
When asked by Rep'esentatlve
Humphrey of Washington why he had
not placed these facts beforo the de
partment of Justice, Mr. Bull said
that he had been told he was "as
bod as any of tho rest" becauso he
had -signed a bond In 1900 not to en
ter In to 'the Porto Rlcan trade to
jrwnlttthemctton of the congressional
Investigating committee. Chairman
Alexander ;and 'Representative Hum
phrey .emphatically expressed the
opinion that the combination should
XNOOLIA NATIVE8 REVOLT
Raid Settlement. and Carry European
Women Unto Captivity
Usbon, Jan. 17. An Insurrection
has broken out In Angolla, Portu-.
gueso West Africa, and dispatches re
ceived today by the minister of the
colonies xelato that the natives have
committed many;atrocltles. They ral
ded settlements, Iklillng the Inhabi
tant and pillaging property.
Several Eurojioan vwomen wero car
ried off by the .Insurgents nnd four
men captlvcB wero burned olive. The
governor of the colony has sent an
expedition lo Birjmress ttio Insurrection.
OGDEN CONVENTION WEEK
January 20 to 25, 1913
State Horticulture Convention, Jan.
20, 21 nnd 22; State Dairymen's Con
vention, Jnn. 23; State Dry Farmers
convention Jnn. 24; Utah State De
velanment .league Jan 21 and 22;
Pure Food .show Jan. 20 to 25 inclu
sive; (Utah Poultry Show Jan. 20 to
25 inclusive. .Reduced rates via O.
S. L. from .all stations In Utah.
Tickets on salo Jan. 20 to 23 Inclus
ive. Limited to Jan. 27. See agent
for. rates .and further particulars.
MOTHER AND CHILDREN
lHAVE T.WO HEARTS EACH
Eastern, 3?a Jan. 17. A family in
which .the mother and three chil
dren ore oaoh .provided with two
hearts, cases sold to be unequalled In
medical science, has been discovered
here, according to Dr. James Morgan
stein. He has called several phytol
clanB In to examine tho family and
they have verified his statements.
In each case ho found both of the
hearts performing their functions,
one In each aldo of the cnest. The
mother and children have always
been normally healthy although they
are confined at present by a chicken
pox quarantine. The woman is Mrs. I
Burton Perkins and her children are I
Annn, Allen and Doris, aged 13, 11 I
and 4 respectively. It has been ar
ranged that one of the children shall
appear before the Northampton Coun
ty Medical society at He next meet
ing for observation.
Mendon, Jan. 16. The old folks
held their annual doings In the meet
ing house Wednesday Jan. 15. Sleigh
were out conveying nil over 24 years
old to the meeting house where a
sumptuous dinner was spread. The
crowd was not a large u on pre
vious occasion on account of ever
al home betas quarantined for mea
sles. After dinner was served the
following program' wa rendered:
Comic speech Wm. I. Sorensen.
Song by Jo. Sorensen.
Piano solo by Eleeo Watklns.
Comic speech by Linden Wood
Song by, Lorrln Basaett
Comic speech by Jo Watklns
Song by Mr Emma B. Sorensen
Speech Wm. Murray of Wells
vllle. Song by Mrs. Abo Baker.
.Speech by Jos Woodard of Wells
vllle. Recitation Mrs. Oscar Barret.
Recitation Mrs Rebecca Hardman
Speech Andrew Anderson, chair
man of the Old Folks committee.
The house was beautifully decorat
ed for the occasion. After the events
of the day, a dance was given at
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. Whitney of Lo
gan attended tho Old Folks party on
- Mis Edith Hughe went to Iojan f
Tuesday to take nursing at the '
Budge and Budge hospital.
Mr. Laura Hardman attended the 1
wedding reception of Mr. and Mrs.
Chaxle Bradsbw at Wellsvlllc on I
Mr. and Mr. Emer Richards are !
visiting a short Urn in Wollsvllle. j
The home of Mr. A. H. Richards
Is quarantined for measles, hi8 son f
Daniel being very sick with the dis
ease. Mr. Peter Larson is slowly Im-J'
proving after a severe attack of sick
Mrs. Wm. S. Sorensen la quite
Mrs. Merrill of Presto is vlsltiag
with her daughter Mrs. Oeorgo Gard
OGDEN CONVENTION WEEK I
January SO to 25, 1113 f;
State Horticulture Convention, Jan
20, 21 and 22; State Dairymen's Con 3
ventlon, Jan. 23; State Dry Farmers i
convention Jan. 24; Utah Stato De-
velopment league Jan 21 and 22;
Puro Food show Jan. 20 to 25 Inclu
sive; Utah Poultry Show Jan. 20 to I
25 inclusive. Reduced rates via O. i
S. L. from all stations In Utah.
Tickets on sale Jan. 20 to 23 inclus
ive. Limited to Jan. 27. Seo agents
for rates and further particulars.
I The H. Q. Hayball j
I Mercantile Co.
IS NOW ON I !
II Cloaks and Suits for Women Shoe Clearing for Men, Women II
And Children And Children
These are Clearing Snlo prices, which should nbsolutely sell out It will bo economy for you to nnticlpnto your shoo wants for months
to romo, nnd select shoes for tho cntlro family now, whllo these' low
e.ory garment now remaining In stock. pnces ro in force Como early beforo any of tho lots aro sold out.
We hae just 14 Ladle's Suits ranging In price from 120 to 37.D0; CHILDREN'S SHOES LADIES SHOES
Slzcs 2 t0 8 Sizes 2 12 to 6
H yo.ir cholco of any of Uicso suits $7.50 Regular 11.25; salo 85c ileKumr ,3 B0- Baln n 75
MISSES' SHOES "eguinr jj.bu. salo .... ?1 75
Sixteen Ladle's Coats nil this yenr's styles, 1-3 off Sizes 8 1-2 to 12 a snnp at this price.
I npr-nlnr SI fid- snln 1 10 MEN'S SHOES
:no lot of Children's Coatu nt 1-2 off Regular 1.B0, salo .... 51 10
Sizes 12 12 to 2 Regular $2.50 and 3.00; salo llllll
All Furs, go in this salo at 13 off Regular $1.75; salo .... $1 25 prlco $1 45
Phenomenal Grocery Prices
During This Mid-Winter Sale we offer the following Prices. I
II 100 lbs Sugar $5.75 100 pounds Pride of the Valley . . .
II 16 lbs Sugar for $1.00 Flour $1.80
1 10 1 lb pkgs blue ribbon raisins. . .$1.00 50 lbs Pride of the Valley Flour. . 90c
Mi 91 lb pkgs Currants 1.00 15 lbs sago 1.00 1
M 18 lbs navy beans 1.00 15 lbs Tapioca 1.00 l
W 18 lbs best rice 1.00 10 cans' tomatoes 1.00
1 20 lbs oat meal 1.00 10 cans best corn 1.00 m
111 25 bars Naptha Soap 1.00 10 cans June peas 1.00 jfl
H 25 bars Pearl White soap 1.00 10 pkgs Kelloggs corn flake 1.00 I
Dress Goods And Silks lnch Broadcloth i.7C grade i 16 Clearing Hosiery ML
H , 36 Inch Wool DreBB Flannel, 60c mr
H We have marked down any amount grade for 30c We make a specialty of carrying tho HI
m of these stockB for this occasion. Our 36 Inch Broadcloth, 86c grade. . 40c moflt dependable, durable and satis-
aim Is to close out all small bolts n .. WB,KnM ,Kn rnrt 1Br factory In hoslory, for men, women H
H and remnants during this sate, and JOjnchJBiBojnido .. 16c and children. The prices quoted be-
U low prices Is the medium by which 27 Inch Fancy Messallno, $1.25 grado low are on nil winter wolghts and lll
I we will do It. for 89c broken lines of all kinds. This will 111
II 36 Inch Wool BatlBte 65c quality 46c be a great hoslory sole. JJllll
A 36 Inch Storm Sorgo, all wool, 75c 27 lnoh Plaln Mewallne, ii for.. 65c Ono lot Children's Wool Hose, values MM
grade for 49c is Inch Messallno, 75c, now .... 42c 3c to 45c, now 15c Hi
J" 40 Inch Wool Taffeta, l. grndo 69c , , . , ., . Ono lot Children's Heavy Cotton H
I M inch Mixed Suiting. $1.75 grade 36 lnch PonBeo ai,k' 125 for" 95c Hose. 25c values, all size at 10c i
for $1 15 27 Inch Silk Mulls, 65c for .... 35c 25 per oont discount on all Hosiery 11 i
Sale Now On. Remember We Are Never Undersold 5