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r' I EIGHT PAGES LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH 8ATURPAY APRIL 25 1914 '" TvVEI:Vth"SYE'AR'$ IibBB
! AND DEGINS TERM
I IN THE PENITENTIARY
P' Ogden, April 24. With David Ed
V wards, tho Pinkerton detective ho
a. ; -was 'convicted of having shot as one
ie of his guards, Joseph' Henry Martin
n was taken to the state penitentiary
u I Jn Salt Lake at 11:45 o'clock yester-
I dniy a'ter he Deen sentenced to
five years imprisonment by Judge
I J' lA ?owe11,
Martin stood up in court and re-
celved sentence without a sign of
H distress appearing on his faco. Ho
H replied In the negatlvo when the judge
asked If he had anything to say be-
fore sentence was passed. Judge,
Howell gave In substance the law
which provides for the giving of tn-
determinate sontences leaving tho
term to be determined by the" board)
of pardons. But he said h'o wished
to take no chances by having 'the
sentence tested os a technicality, so
he said he would sentence the defen
dant to the maximum sentence for
tho crlirie ho was convicted of flvo
years r Tho statute, ho said, pro
vides that no matter what tho sen
tence tho length of that sentence
shall rest with tho pardon board.
I Transit Company To
I Erect Station And
I Car Repairing Shops
Smithfield Contributes the Ground On
I j eSSaition That a $15,000 Building
I -A A IVVille) EtiS&JL . )
I - A
Sral'thfleld,'; April 24. That Smith-
field ls-to-have a $15,000 repair shop
IH find station was" definitely" decided "on
f?fj last .Wodnelayvening.ivbenthe
TB city council closed; a-.deal with the
V Logan IUpId Transit company giving
PH the company a strip of ground 100x200
PH feet just south of Harper Aiken's
H house. The ground was given them
on condition that a building costing
around the neighborhood of 1 15,000 be
H built thereon by the said company.
H Tho building will consist of u repair
I Cache Stake.
The Cache stake high council and
H homo missionaries will visit tho varl
H ous wards of Cache stake Sunday,
April 26 as follows:
H Benson John Quaylo, W, M. Ever-
Greenville 'J: E. Carllslo.i Marrl-
ncr Eccle- ',I J-SfHi ,
J Hydo Park-jOr H. Budge, Lorenzo
Hanson.' ' -U " '
H Logan First Oeogo Z. Lamb, Sto-
H phen' Hailstone. - 4's.-'.'. 4J
H I-ognn'Secofid-i-'AdoIph Bner,-. John
H A. WIdlsoe"'i f - f t "
H Iogan ThlrdJ.'.Z. Stewart, Fred
H Klcopfcr, Ss
Ioganr Fourth H K. 'Morrlll.TMo-
ses 'ThataiM,rr3:r'"r". zzz. "Z"
Logan Hfth A,J3, jndorsonJjC.
N. JenbanM .niri
Lo$Bn''silth-S.JB. 'Slllton, C. J.
H Logan Seventh' L; S. Cardon, J.
H E. Hickman. '
H . Logan Eighth n. O. Larson, Wll-
CL Him E. Mlttoil.
rtwjl'rovldcnco First John H. Ander
son, William H. Follott.
Providence Second Joseph Quln
noy Jr., WilHani Peterson.
Illver Holghts Andreas Polorson,
Josoph E. Cowloy,
Called to Reward
a., , .
Mendon, April 24. Josoph Hard-
, M :
shop and freight and passenger de
ment to eight or ten men throughout
the. year. The repairing for the en
tire valley willbe done hero in this
shop. The city council were wise In
this move and deserve credit for the
same It has been said that some of
-our most influential men discourage,
enterprise and drive It away from our
city, so we are glad that such state
ments are not true about cur city
council at least.
man Sr., an old and respected citizen
of this community passed away yes
terday at the ago of 84 years, of ner
vous breakdown after a week's Ill
ness. Funeral services will bo held
at 2 o'clock on Saturday at tho Men
don meeting house.
Deceased was survived by two
wives and four children. Tho chil
dren aro as follows: Amos Hardman
and Joseph H. Hardman of Mendon;
Ida Pllklngton of Smithfield and Allco
Graham of Teton, Idaho.
A big benefit entertainment for the
Daughters of tho Pioneers will bo
jglyga at. Nlbloy Half on Tuesday,
April 28, under tho direction of Mrs.
Nottlei Sloan. Fine music, classical
dancing, beautiful tableaux to con
clude with..' Mrs. A. h.' rarroM and
company In the inspiring, drama, Tho
.Tickets on Balo at Morroll's Cloth
ing atoro, and Murdock Cnndy kitch
en. General admission 2Ec; reserv
ed seats COc. np28
Diblo Bchool, 10 a;, in.; prcnchlng,
11 a. m.; Endeavor, 0:45 p. m.;
Bong sorvlco, 7:30 p. m. Tho singing
of familiar hymns after a word of
Introduction concerning each will
mako tho evening hour unusually at
tractive. Speclnl selections will also
bo given by tho choir.
Silence Is deep as eternity, opeecb,
at shallow, 03 time, Carlyle.
HOIST THE3TAR8 AND 4.
4 8TRIPES - ' 4.
Acting upon the suggestion 4
J of a United States Army offlc- 4
4 cr tha,t tho Stars' and Stripes 4
bo unfurled on public build- .
4 ings, business honsea. and J
private residences' as a, mark",fV
4 of patriotism andi support of 4
J the President In the -present -
Mexican crisis, Mayor P. A.
Thatcher haa authorized Tho 4
4 Republican to carry the sug1- 4
4 gestlon to the citizens of 4
4 Logan. Already: many havo 4?
4 taken tho 'initiative In this 4
4 matter nnd Old Glory waves 4
4 iroudly over some of tho 4
4 ' most prominent business 4
4. blocks. Tho Idea suggests It- 4
4. self that It would bo a nico 4
4 thing for tho people through- 4
4. out tho, county to accept this 4
'I- same suggestion and display 4
4. tho flng In frout of their prem- 4
4 Ises. 4
4 4. 4 4 "l" 4 4 ! 4 '4 4 J
Is First Of
The Utah Agricultural College is
tho first like Institution In the United
Slates to offer the nation Volunteers
It war is declared against Mexico.
On Thursday In tho college chapel,
an announcement was made by Jack
Major of Ogden, that a mooting would
bo held for tho purpose of raising a
student company of volunteers. A
number of the boys havo expressed
a deslro to enroll In such a company
and others will bo Invited to Join them
today. The movement to form such
a company is led by Mr. Major, Har
old Hagan, and Clay tor Preston. Mr.
Major says Uiat some of these have
alreody applied to tho war department,
In today's meeting all who deslro to
enter the mo"vement will sign a
pledgo, putting tnem'selves at the
servlco of thonation If needed. It Is
expected .that a full company of 140
mont will bo raised hnd. SK roster of
temporary officers fon drilling pur
poses" named. President Wldtsoo sanc
tions tho movement. " '
Tho national hymns Woro sung ln
chapel exercise's yesterday and Dr
E. 0. Peterson gave 0,'tallr on" agri
cultural colleges as f trainers of men
for national servlco.
U will bo romembered thatj when
war broko out with Spain about 20
students of tho Agricultural Colloge
volunteered nnd woro sent to tho
Philippines. Among, these woro Dr.
Itohort Stowart, now head of tho
chcmlsiry deportment", who received
a sergeant's commission and served
two years In tho Island nrcheapelago.
Others wero J. L. HInes, now In tho
United States coast artillery; Ulch
nrd Bush of Ogden, and John Ander
son of Itoxburg, Idaho,
Professor C, W. Porter will speak
to tho Parents class of tho Fourth
ward on tho subject: Tho Influence of
Surroundings nnd Uio Training of
Children, Sunday morning, April 2fi.
A good attendance desired.
T HE WAR NEWS IN BRIEF I
t j j & H
Taken From The Republican Bulletin Report H
Tho Logan Republican has ondcav;
ored to keep tho public In closo touch
with) all Important war nows, and
how well It haB succeeded Is evidenc
ed by tho largo crowds-which hro
constantly assemblod In front of the
Rox amusement hall on .Main street
whero,tho morning and Afternoon !ul
letlns have bepn found ;dally for the
past three days. As Iong.atho pres
ent interest centers, upon the Mexi
can situation, Tho Republican will
continue to 'furnish these bulletins.
' New Port, Va. Former President
Toft' says It will tako $1,000,000 a,
day and 100,000 men to bring about
peaco In Mexico.
New York, April 24. Lieutenant
Colonel Holm, chief of staff depart
ment of tho east, sent to nil Adju
tant 'generals of ovcry stato cost of
tho .Mississippi tho following mes
sage Where will you mobilize? (Ro
port at once.
Now York, April 24. All Mexico
will bo bottled up. Military forces
will march to Movlco City; tho army
will guard tho boarder and tho war
ships will closo all ports.
San Francisco, April 21. An ad
vertisement appeared In a morning
paper for TO men to make up a com
pany and tho men wero secured In
ono hour. ,
Washington, April 24. Fighting at
Vera Cruz has stopped after a house
to house, search, disarming all lnhab
'ltants'.n.i.Flvo more Americans were
killed and thirty. wounded In yester
day's engagements. Total Americana
killed to date, 17; total woundod, 80.
Texas City, Texas, April 24. Gen-
Logan Band Will Be Held Together If
Funds Can Be Secured To
Logan wap given H musical treat
last Wednesday" night when the Lo
gan military' band gave a concert on
tho tabornaclo square Tho band Is
composed of twenty-three musicians,
among whom tiro found ooruo of tho
best Ulent In the, stato. Tho band
boys aro now debating If tho band,
will bo hold together this season. It
is said that-lf not less than two con
certs can bo ho)d a week, somo of tho
. musicians will seok employment olso
where. Manager Edwnrda and Direc
tor, Joseph A. Smith Jr., aro doing
oerythlng possible to hold tho play
j era together. , Tho thing that Is niost
(needed Is .for someono to contribute
I about ?250 toward tho omployment'of
1 Uio Land and then thoro Is no doubt
but tho concarts can bo. hold.
Tho follqwlng aro tho members who
compose the bund:
Joseph A, Smith Jr., Guy Aloxan
, dor, Wesley Smith, OUIo Jensen, OUV'
er Edwards, Ross Carlson, Karl
I Woods, Storm McDonald, Isruql
I Yeatcs, Roy Rudolph, Hurry Farr, Wll
Ham Larson, Henry Otto, Anthoij
Smith, Julo Wahlen, James Hanson!
j G. W. Clnrk, Lesllo Smith, Rega Cord
Joseph II. England, Jess Smith, Lowr
Is Edwards, Edwin Smith. J
I Elder Carl Anderson of Clorkstou
who has Just returned from tho Swed
ish mission will speak In tho Scan
dinavian meeting tomorrow morning
at 10:30, All invited. " '1
oral Vunstoii nniTHOOO"' men of Fifth
brlgado embarked nt daybreak lodny
at Galveston for Vera Cruz.
Washington, April 24, Admiral
D&dgcr wired last night that had
landod batalllon from Minnesota,
Michigan and South Carolina, mak
ing t total force ashore at Vera Cruz
Of G400 men.
Tamplco German and British ves
sels took on board yesterday more
than 1200 refugees.
El Puso Gonoral Villa declared
that ho will not bo dragged Into war
with tho United States by anybody.
Ho ropudlrtcs Cnrranza's note to
President Wilson nnd makes stato
ment that ho wonders why tho Uni
ted States pays any attention to a
drunken old nss llko Hucrto.
Toklo Ono or two Irrospouslblo
Journals of Japtin urged tho govern
ment to tako syhnntago of tho Mexi
can troublo to press California claims
against tho United States.
San Francisco 3000 ofllcers and
men of tho Eighth brlgado aro hur
rying to the boarder under General
GOOD NIGHT, SAID SECRETARY
WHEN PRESIDENT GAVE ORDER
Washington, April 22. Tho story
of hoWsPresldent Wilson ordered the
customs house at Vera' Cruz to be
'seized? w&V revealed today.
The President had gone to bed
Monday night after having read his
message to Congress. The Senate
was debating the Joint resolution to
approve tho use of the army and navy
and the President had determined to
Students 8end Telegram To Nation's
Chief Enlisting Their Services
Tho following telegram was sont
to President Wilson yesterday by the
students of tho U. A. C:
To His Excellency President Wood
row Wilson, Washington, D. C: Had
a mass meeting today of Utah Agricul
tural College student body. Ninety
nlno men with from ono to three
years military servlco Including bov
enteon from graduating class pledged
to volunteer If needed. These men
wish to bo first agricultural college
students to glvo servlco to nation.
, ' a. M.'HESS
? 1 1 f Formcy CnUcit Cai,jaln'
Th.e Latest, '
r - .
Movico City, April 21 British dip.
Iomotlo agent- ordorcd let go to Vera
Cruz to offer services In arranging
peace between United States and
Mexico City, April 21. HuortK has
resigned lu favor of Portlllyon-Rojafl.
Hucrta will assume command of tho
Son Antonio Mexican federals re
ported to havo fired town of Nuevo
Laredo and aro now firing across tho
rlvor on Laredo, Toxojs.
Washington Senate passes tho
(Continued on page eight)
I withhold action until tho resolution H
was passed, although feeling that In M
an emergency the executlvo hnd vn- H
plo authority to act. , H
At 4 o'clock Tuosday morning SoC; jH
rotary Bryan rccoivod a cablegram Jl
from Consul Qanndh, tolling of tho iH
approach, of a Gorman vesso'l with a H
tremendous cargo of ammunition for H
Huert. Locomotives and cars wero jH
In readiness to rush the arms to H
Mexico City. Mr. Bryan tolophonod H
Secrotary Tumulty, who decided to jH
awaken tho President. Ho telephoned H
tho White Houso. Tho servants wero J
timid, but Mr. Tumulty Insisted. Fin-
ally tho President carao to tho tele- ll
phono, nnd whllo Secretary Tumulty
wan explaining tho situation Secretary Hl
Daniels called up nnd was put on tho Gll
R.'imo llnp. Ho, too, had a dispatch IIsIbbbbI
about the ammunition. Il
Roar Admiral Fletcher had sent a EbbbbbbbI
wireless that 15,000,000 rounds of fl
ammunition nnd 250 machlno guns ll
w ould he landed from tho German ves- UH
set by noon that day. Tho President MD
listened In silence. B'M
What shall wo do? asked Secretary Owl
Tell Fletcher to selzo Uio customs Bl
houso- replied tlio President without HH
hesitation. t HH
Oood night, said. Cio necretary. ' Kl
The telephono conference ended HH
and in afew minutes wireless dlspat- IH
chos were, on 'their way 'to Rear Ad- BbbI
mlral Fletcher. Ho received the mes- 1
sage at 40 a.m. andean hour later
.American marines had landed and ta- Wl
ken possession of tho customfliouse.
The ammunition will go back to Its
shippers In Germany. HH
Jacob Webber, managor of tha Jon- IbBI
sen Creamery Company Interests at ffwfl
Ireston, was In Logan Thursday on HM
account of tho Illness of his father GIU
John Wcbbor of tho Fifth ward who HH
Is suffering with a severe caso of
bronchitis. Mr. Webber was much IBi
exercised over his father's present
In speaking of Preston and business HVbI
generally, It was clearly noted that IlHl
.Mr. Webber Is a boostor for the town V M
which gives him employment. " He I M
says thero will bo ton miles of cc-
ment walks la,'d in Preston llilfsea- P
onTTWtf'neW'storo'bulMlnSwj'e 1 H
under way and several lino resldeitc s I U
irjsfbelilg'bullt wliichis)iowa?:liat to H
towli iB-'growing.Th'ero'ftro pre- H
peels of anew4 library-and gymn. s- III
lunik Tho- now school building whl h HB
Is to be compl.Qj.cd .for tho opening of HB
school 'tblfc fall, Is ono of the fun at HB
of-Its -kind In tho ontlro Btatu of 11B
Idaho. -'' j OBl
Tho v farmers goncralljv are feolljis nfl
good over tho crop prospects, says Mj. &fl
. n j . IslH
Funeral services over the remains nil
of tho two year old child of Mr. and Sll
Mrs. John Green was held' In thu Ml
First ward on Tuesday. A largoM- ilfrfl
tendance was present from Richmond LH
and. hero. Mrs. Green wna vls'tjng Hl
llTJ'-Tu - i
her--parents Mr. and Mr). Thordau f Wl
Allsop when tho child becamo 111 from Aftl
poretonltls, but soon developed into uHI
Pnounionla and caused dosth. 1 Ml