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i THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN
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H HOW ABOUT LOGAN7
H The Pocotollo Tribune uuinmentB on the com-
H mission form of government in Salt Lake City, un-
H dcr tlio caption "Economy and the Commission
HH Form" as follows;
H That particular slogan "economy which is bo
H dear to the tax payers and upon which demogn-
H gues so often work tho changes, was ono of the
H chief reasons why Salt Lnko City adopted tho
H commission form ot government. Tho saddening
H expense ot that city has been that after a year's
trial It hns been conclusively proven that "not
only Is It not an economical form of government,'
H but on tho contrary Is decidedly high priced and
s Tho quotation Is from resolutions submitted
H to a mass meeting ot citizens recently held in
H tho Utah capital.
H According to reports from various depart-
H. monts in tho commission government there, tho
H chief result of its adoption hag been an Increase
H in tho expenditures In practically every depart-
H ment, whllo elllcleiicy fell to tho lowest ebb.
H Salt Lake during tho year of 1911 was under
H tho aldcrmanlc system of government. In 1912
H it went over to tho commission form. Let us
H exnmlno the concroto results.
H Comparison an n basis of warrants actually
H drawn shows thru during 1912 Salt Lnko City's
H. outlay was $137,000.02 mora than in 1911. Of
H this iucrcuso $84,814.17 Is In salaries alone, and
H represents that change In the city's pay roll,
M During 1911 tho cliy paid out $94,301.01 for
H public iinprovcmentB, this representing the city's
H portion of tho improvementa made. In 1912 tho
H city paid out $3!i,127..iri for like purposes, n do-
H crenso of $59,233. CG.
H lucrciiBu ot pay roll warrants $84,814.17
HHb ' Increase of general warrants, excluding
1 thrco largo items ub previously shown 02,095.85
Add oxccsh of city's portion for 1911
H over 1912 59,233.00
Increase as Bhown by tho abovo factH $190,743. 08
This stntcment is lnmecl on comparative) ba-
bcs of tho 1911 administration. Tho Increase ot
H nctual warrants drawn is $84,814.17, minus $10,-
H 233.19, or $08,580.98.
If tho administration ot 1912 had used just
B as much for city's portion for special Improve-
) ments ns 1911, then tho Increaso InoCxpondlturoB
M would bo $08,580.98 plus $59,233. CG which is
M Is that economy?
H Is that cfflclrncy?
Tho question, liow about I.ogan, would seem
B ' pertinent at thin tlmo.
. TWO BOSSES
l( Two men In our country havo been talked ot
more during tho lust thrco mouths than any other
H pair. Wo mean President-elect Wilson and Gov-
M , ernor Sulzer of Now York.
' Wo uro afraid both of them are going to havo
somo trouble with their own party beforo another
H year. Piesldent Wilson will Insist that he is tliu
H Iioss of tho Democratic party and will not take
fl . kindly to any llerco opposition on tho part of any
Individuals of his party.
J Sulzer sa)B he Is boss of New Yoik, and he'
H Ib going to have trouble with Tammuny, on the
ono hand, and the conscrativcs, ou tho other, be-
H cause in tills republic, whllo somo men can bo bos-
HHH bcs those who succeed aro men who do not an-
H nouueo to openly their determluntlou to bo bosses.
H They are both of them In positions where they
H are exulting over their success, ono as president,
HHH tho other ns governor of tho great empiro state for
HHH New York by Itself Is equal to any except threo or
H four of the governments of Europe It hns the
H money, it has tho people, and It spends more money
HHH in proportion to the people than any foreign gov-
H. eminent ever thought of spending.
H And when these men get to work, one In Wash-
ington and tho other in Albany, it will take somo
H, of tho tlncst scnmnnshlp to guldo their respoctlvo
H' ships of stato And it will not bo surprising If wo
H! hear that each humps his crnft now and then, not
H on sand bars, hut on real rocks. Evening Tele-
j .j. .j. .j. .j.
THE SEVEN AGES OF MILK
H I. Neglect Age Meaning anything and every-
B thing unsanitary; lllthy stables nud aB filthy cows;
H dust, tiles, unclean cans ami palls and unclcnn
B milkers perhaps, using unclcnn milking mothods,
H and careless cooling and storing of milk,
B 2, Wnter Ago When twonty-flvo per cent to
PPH fifty per cent of water was ndded to tho milk to
P 3. Skim Age When nil or part ot tho cream j
P was skimmed and kept at tho farm, and tho milk
PP to town.
P 4, Preservative Ago When salicylic and nor-
PPP aclc acids wcro used, and then formnldchydo to
PP keep tho milk chemically sweet.
PPI , 5, Tuberculosis Ago When milk was found to
B be, through tho bovlno bacillus, a transmitter of
HHHHH . !!! !! mM,
the White Plague. ,
G. Pasteurization Ago When nil "uncertain"
milk was mndo safe through tho application of
heat, ono hundred forty-five degrees Fahrenheit for
thirty minutes, correctly, honestly and thoroughly
7. CJoldcn Ago When ull milk Bhall bo "cer
tified" In tne full nnd santtnry sense and meaning
of tho term ns to environment nnd methods, ma
chine clarification to tako place Immediately after
the milking, when the milk is fresh" from the cow
nnd before germ multiplication has commenced,
cither from tho foreign matter or from the slimes
present in tho milk; then cooling and bottling nt
tho farm, pasteurization after bottling, if requested
to make assuranco doubly sure. Charles Crista-doro.
V T T V
THE COUNTRY BOY'S CREED
I believe that the country which Cod mndo Is
more beautiful than the city which man made; that
life out ot doors and In touch with the earth Ib tho
natural life of man. I bellovo that work is work
wherovcr I lind It, but that work with nature Is
moro Inspiring than work with tho most intricate
machinery. I belieVo tiint the dignity of labor de
pends not on what you do, but on how you do It;
that opportunity comes to n boy on tho farm as
often ns to a boy in the city; that life is larger and
freer and happier on tho farm than In tho town;
that my success depends not upon my location but
upon myself not upon my dreams, but upon what
I actually do; not upon luck, but upon pluck. I
believe in working wucn you work, nnd In playing
when you play, and In giving nnd demanding a
square deal In overy net of life. Kdwln Osgood
'r v r
1 havo no special regard for Satan, but I can
at least claim that I havo no prejudlco against h'm
It may oven bo that I have been a little in his fa
vor, on account of his not having a fair show. All
religions issuo lllblcs against him, but we never
hear his sido. Wo have nono but tbo evidenco for
tho prosecution, and yet we have rendered the
verdict. To my mind this Is Irregular. It Is un
English, It Is un-American.
Of course, Satun hns somo kind ot n case. It
goes without saying. It may bo a poor ono,' tJl
thnt Is nothing; thnt can bo said about any ot us.
As soon as I can get at the facts I will undertake
his rehabilitation myself, It I can find an Impolite
publisher. It Is n thing which wo ought to bo will
ing to do for anybody who Is under a cloud.
Wo may not pay him roverence, for thnt would
bo Indiscreet, but wo can nt least respect his tal
ents. A person who lias for untold centuries main
tnlned tho imposing position of spiritual bead of
fotir-flftliB of tho human race, and political head of
tho wholo of It, must bo granted the possession of
executive abilities of the loftiest order. In his
largo presence tho other popes and politicians
shrink to midgets for tho microscope. I would Ilka
to bco him. I would rather seo him and shnke him
by tho tall than any other member of tho Euro
pean Concert. Mark Twain.
7 ? ? S
DEBIT AND CREDIT
Half the world Is laboring today for you
The Chinese coolie Is hard at work plucking tea
leaves or wading in tho rice fields for you;
The Southern negro, tho fellah of the Nile, aro
sowing cotton under n blazing sun for you;
Factory men and women, and young girls and lit
Itc children, at homo nnd abroad, are lending
cheerless, steam driven lives for you;
Knrm laborers on the pralrlo aro tolling with sweat
ing brows from sunrlso to sunset for you;
You have slaves in overy clime today, Buffering
every degreo of wearlnesB nnd degradation
nud nil for you.
What aro you doing for them?
llellevo mo, you enn not discharge this great obli
gation with money;
Tho recording nngel, who keeps the book of life,
knows no money except thnt which you havo
rightfully earned, and which Is therefore J'our
With other money you can only shift your duties
upon tho shoulders of others;
And theso others nlrendy havo their own duties,
which thoy must neglect if thoy nssume yours.
You must ncqult yourself with your labor, and with
jour lnbor alone,
How, then, do your books stand?
Ib tho bnlnnco hopelessly ngnliiBt you?
If so, ncknowledgo your bankruptcy; tell yourself
no lies; begin life ngnln.
Henceforth Insist on giving more than ou get, and
on serving rather than being served;
Een ns tho Son of Mnn enmo not to bo ministered
unto, but to minister.
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THE GRATEFUL PATIENT
"Thin doctor Is thoroughly competent. 1 can
i cully thank him for restoring me to llfo nnd
"When he took charge of my cno I could move
neither hand nor foot, and six months Inter, nftor
ho had sued mo for tho bill, I was nblo to walk to
court and dcclnro myself bankrupt." Fllogondo
v I ! v
There Is a big lot of Hepubllcau newspaper
editors who hnd devilish llttlo to say in defenso of
Protcctlvo tariff or for tho ro election of n Itcpub
llcan administration during tho Into campaign, who
now nro pleading for Protectho Tariff and a "re
organization" qf tho Republican party. Thero aro
lots of peoplo who get to tho dopot after the train
has pulled out Orcenvillo Courier
"l- ! ! !
Report hns It thnt whon Congress passed Its
pruning Tariff act, which mot with tho President's
veto, tho Intention wns next to use tho knlfo on
pottery nnd glass. If this results when n Democrat
ic administration gets In full swing whnt will It
do to our sand business? Tlorkclny Springs Post
? ? !
When tho Democrats faco tho fact that $45,
000,000 has been realized by tho farmers of the
south nnd west on beet sugar they will do somo
thinking over slashing the fcugar schedule Nor
REPUBL.CAN THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 181,
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1 Campbell's Saturday Special ;
! March 1st I
Munsing Wear. Entire line including light and medium
S m Actual Gost I
Forest and Essex Mills Underwear to close out
S One-Half to One-Third Off I
Ten doz. Ladies Holeproof Hosiery to close at
Four Pairs For One Dollar
Magnificent showing of Dresses.
Our $15.00 Values for street or afternoon wear
f are great
Qampbell's Smart Shopp
LITTLE JEFF'S FIR8T
APPEARANCE ON THE STAGE
A. J. Crlqul who plays "Jeff" In
Qus Hill's production of Dud Fisher's
cartoon comedy "Mutt and Jeff," at
Nlbley Hall Friday Feb. 2S, toll,: a
good story of his first trU. nt com
edy work. It occurred at his home
town In th9 villago school house
when ho was about seven years of
age and very small In' stntuo which
must havo been qultd' small judging
by his present slzo.1 " Ono day he
created considerable merriment on
his return from school by announc
ing thnt he had to spenic a piece at
school the next day. ills older
brothers and sisters who thought tho
tho teacher was making fun of him,
refused to help him find n verso to
memorize, thinking It a good Joke.
"Jeff" was much chagrined nt the ac
tions of his brothers nnd sisters but
wns not discouraged, so ho decided
to find n verse on his own account.
Ho strolled out upon the street look
ing at the sigiiB in shop windows.
Falling to discover n good theme, ho
chanced to pass a cemetery, where
It is evident bo found something to
suit his purpose, so ho copied ;i few
lines with his stub ot n pencil nnd In
tho privacy of hu garret room that
night ho perfected his first speech.
At tho entertainment tho next day
"Jeff" was tho last of a very long
list of questionable talent nnd the
nudlcnce was visibly bored. "Jeff'
felt that ho was koyed up to mnko
th0 hit ot his life in splto of the con
tempt In which his effort wns held
by his family. Ho bravely mounted
tho platform nnd In a voice much
larger than his diminutive frame, de
livered tho following "touching po
em." "Hero IIcb tho body of Pnddy Flynn,
Who died of his ono besetting sin;
Still on enrth ho would havo been,
If It wasn't for too much 'Duffy's
Ho bad studied tho tombstones nt
tho cemetery nnd Improved upon tho
Inscriptions thereon nccordlng to his
own Idea of the lltncss of thlngB.
Tho Joko of it wns that tho audtenco
npplauded him uproariously, believ
ing It to be nn Intentional bit of or
iginal comedy. "Jeff" wns "wobbly"
on his legs when ho left tho platform
success hnd turned his head. Ho
was n gnmo Ind, however, and not
slow to tako ndvantngo of tho mis
takes of the audlonco. Ho Just
simply lot them bellovo It was Inten
ded for comedy and ncccptcd their
congratulations. Ho waB looked up
on as tho "School cut-up" nftor thnt.
Tho incident undoubtedly oponed tho
way to his oppearanco on tho stngo
nnd to n successful career.
Sevon-yearold Hobbio brought his
first report homo from school, nnd It
wns bad. Ills mother scolded him,
but ho bore up bravely, nnd nt tho
end of tho maternal lecturo ho Bald
by way of encouragement: "After all.
ma, tho greatest thing in llfo Is
NOTICE OF 8PECIAL
Notlco is horoby given that a spo
clnl meeting of tho stockholders of
tho Logan Rapid Transit company,
will bo held at tho olllco of tho com
pany in tho Commercial block, Lo
gan, Utah, on tho tenth day of March
1913, nt 12 o'clock m. for tho purposo I
of considering and acting upon n
proposition to amend the article num
bered VI ot the articles of Incorpor
ation of said company so as to read
"Article VI. The amount of the cap
ital stock of this corporation shall
bo five hundred thousand dollars, di
vided into fifty thousand shares of
the denomination ot ten dollars
Signed, Logan Rapid Transit Co.
Jos. Qulnnoy Jr., Secy.
Where Foliage Comes From.
A teacher wns explaining to a lit
tle girl how ths trees developed their
foliage In the springtime. "Ah, yeB."
said tho llttlo miss, "I understand;
they keep their summer clothes in
their trunks." Christian Reclster.
PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN
on farms or good clt7 security. Stew
art Real Estate & Loan Co. tf
SEE HERE WE HAVE A NUM
ber ot gool farms and ranches to
trndo for Logan City property. Stew
art Real Estate & Loan Co., tt
5 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping; also good
clean beds, 35c, EOc nnd 7Cc, at Lo
gan Ho to!, B0 East Con-r tf
DRY FARM FOR SALE
Threo quarters ot flection ot dry
farm land under cultivation, with
good well, In Pocatcllo valley to be
sold by sealed bid on or before April
1, 1913. Land In estato ot John C.
Larsen. For particulars apply to
Emery Mltton, Samaria, Idaho.
I KEEP THE HARNESS t
t IN CONDITION I .
f Now is the time to get your k
t harness oiled and in perfect i
W condition, both as a protection X
m against the tendency to crack I
A in cold weather and to bo ready T
Z for spring work.
A We have Pure Neatsfoot X
Oil and Prepared Har- I
f ness Oils in all size i 'ir
f Packages. A
x Wc always have a great I
X demand for these, but can w
A fill an order for your re- f
iments promptly. Phone I
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m The Rcxall Store I
Save Your Combingsl
Switches, Puffs And Curls
MADE FROM COMBINGS
carry the largest line of GUARANTEED
HAIR GOODS in Northern Utah. All Work
I Mrs. Gilbert, Room 4
HI Over Newbold's Clothing Store
I Health HintsEat less and breathe more, bolt less and
I chew more, growl less and praise more, talk less and listen
sR more, hate less and love more. Elbert Hubbard
1 gpViMtiiwwl COME IN, don't stand out-
SEfM If M ZQVfiBM s'dc. "t will be of mutual s
I . tf3?3 Vdf Bcncfit' Therc arc lots of
I K 4$ Wl tnms we cannot display in
I W X-aWsJI Ur mtows evcfy Week,
9 m jnWf1' ' vflJSL wc k"ow wc can scrvc yu
3 '(vJm ''-iVffiOl wcl1, and you wi" know tliat
I ' XW Vtflfr yU 'iaVC se'cctccl thc ProPer
1 ! S&y V ' Si! drugstore when you dcall
ty vf& " Ml with us' i
JfftW ' i V & J Wo fiuarnnteo not to grouch if I
ff -J Hh ViO! you UBo our telephone- or buy I
JL3gyyggjIj3 stamps. I
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