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THE PAPER WITH THE A d 4 4 I I Volume IV. LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1906. Number 65 I I . President Jos. Worrell Is Called Pneumonia Ends Fatally Thursday Afternoon-, Funeral on Sunday. Joseph Morrcll' piesldent of Cache Stake, and for years a member of one of the strongest business tirras of northern Utah, the Campbell & Mor rell Co., died athis home In this cltj Thursday afternoon at 5:12) o'clock l'rcs. M'orrell's death was dup to pneu monia following a mental and ner vous Illness of a'ycar or more While it was generally understood that his health was falling, It was not known - by many that death was so near, and CteL, Ills taking away at this time undoubt J ' cdly comes as a shock to most. President Morrell leaves two wives and twelve children, highly respected families now In deepest sorrow over the loss of a father and husband, who in his family relations was unques tionably all that was loving, tender, and kindness Itself The funeral service will be held in the Stake tabernacle Sunday at 2 o'clock. The remains can be lewed at the Morrell residence between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m on Sunday. President Moriell was past fifty The Water. To correct false impressions that seem to be prav.ilcnt in regard to the present muddy water and the nausea ntlng lluld we were compelled to drink recently, It is stated that the water master and his aids have done and are still doing all that is possible to secure for us the ery best water. Dining the recent cleaning of the canal, the city was supplied three davs with water from the old reservoir cast of the temple. This had been cleaned thoroughly by the same men who had - r cleaned It dlltcrent ears before when $& " natl Deen usecl" Waiermaster Pet jHrW., crson superintended the Job, followed the suggestions oilercd by those fami liar with that particular woik before, and then put new clay on the bottom Fully a week after the use of thlsaes ervolr had been discontinued came the nasty.undrlnkable watr that was v our portlon,aud those unfamiliar with the fact that the water was then com ing through the tegular channel at tributed the bad taste and smell to the old reservoir Rumois were and still aro afloat, but these are absolute ly without foundation. The whole river was affected at that tlmejlln Hercules power plant people noticed it, and people using water from tho river In the southwest part or the city noticed It. Some thought the bad taste was the result of tar used In Us ing the Hume, or pipes, but none was usqd. Others attributed It to "sheep dip" Ih the mountains, but there have been no sheep In tho mountains for . quite awhile, and as for anything hav ing fallen In the canal, Supt. Peterson says that this Is and was examined dally, a man being near the screens In the canyon at all times The dlftlcul ty lias not been located, but It Is safe ti2 tssay that tho rumors afloat are with- JW5 out foundation. Kensington. Mrs. J. A. Bexell entertained Satur. d ly afternoon at the delightful home on College Hill. This was a Kensing ton, the feature of which was a con test In dressing dolls. Most of the ladles demonstrated that they had not lost the art of childhood, and In many instances the little dollies were arrayed In all the glory that Is re- putcd to tho Illy and net to Solomon. Mrs Leandcr A, Ostlen was voted the best seatnstiess and designer among those present, her success being at tributed to the fact that she once read a Kclstcr ladles' tailoring pam phlet, and at, ono time was instructor . in history In tho room adjoining the Domestic Arts department at the "A. 0. College." Following the time devoted to sewing, a four courso luncheon was served. Those who en ! Joyed Mrs. liexcll's hosptality were: Mcsdamcs Cotey, Ostlen, Wlnge, Fisher, Moore, 0 C. Goodwin, Voder, Clark, Brangham; Misses Mattha and J2V Graco Fisher, Raymond, Kyle,, Jensen, '' vv2? Mollrlde, Linn, Katherlno Smith, DeGralT, Elizabeth and Ethel Wyant. years of age a his death, his birth having taken place'ln London, Fcb.ll, 18.V5. The parents emegrated to Cache Valley when he was but a boy, so that the late President was reared In this valley. He had'the few advan tages that were part of earlier days here, and what lie was he made him self by force of will. His first Identi fication with the business life of this city was as a clerk.in the . C. M. l.'s branch here. In 1882 he and It. S. Campbell formed a partnership. The Campbell & Morrell Co prospered and was ever known as ono of the strong est firms In the city.' In public life Mr. Morrell held various civic and religious positions before his elevation to tho presidency of Cache Stake. He was a member of the state legislature and the Logan city council; he was an active worker in the Y. Si. M. I. A., performed a mission In the southern states, was acting l.ishop of the Third ward at one. time, and counselor to Apostle Merrill when that gentleman presid ed over Cache Stake. Mr. Morrell was elevated to the presidency of tills stake in 1001. The City Band. The LoganClty Band, under. Direc tor George II. Thomas, gave a concert in front of the court house Wednesday afternoon. Fourteen members of the organization were present and maae a very fair showing considering that at this tlmeJhey arc attempting to produce concert music. The band gives evidence that with even a couple of weeks good practice it could tear oil In a very satisfactory way some of the lighter stirring marches, and If in the street work it would produce this class or music until the boys have their concert music down to the perfection that Is necessary to make conceit mus ic worth listing to, it would create a much more favorable impression. Tin: Hki-uhlican has faith In the Logan City Hand, wants to sec It a perma nent organization and the pride of the city, and It can easily become that If the gentleman now connected with It will but be regular in their practice. The boys should not get discouraged at any seeming coldness on the part of the public every man and every or ganization lias to be proved before be ing taken up enthusiastically. A number offer the assurance that when the Logan City Band gives evidence of real stability and the possibility of be coming a musical organization worth tho while, they will give It liberal sup port. We believe that if the 6oys will stay together and do some good work they will have no cause to regret It Commissioners. The board of County Commissioners met In regular session Wednesday. Gotlelb Bcrger, of Providence, was placed on the Indigent list with an al lowance of 81 50 per month. The county superintendent of schools asked that an amount of school funds bo set aside to cover his salary and for Incidental expenses Rr-qucst granted. The report of Inspector or Horticul ture was presented and filed. The county clerk was instructed to purchase a ticket to B.uttn for George Home. Thomas Smart and others asked tho county to assist the citv In repairing tho Rcdford bridge In the southeast part of tho city, across Logan river Referred to Commissioner Knowles. Commissioner Knowles and Attoi 'ncy Walters were authorized to con fer with tho Logan city council re garding the; disposal of Collego view addition Tho County Directory was ordered printed The Board adjourned until Monday June 4tli, when they will sit as a board of equalization for the adjust ment of taxes. "WITCH OF THE WOODS" THIS AFTERNOON, TONIGHT, MONDAY This afternoon and tonight Harriet Purtly Smith and 200 or Logan's ta lent will present at the opera house the" Witch or the Woods,"the extrav apana heralded during the past three weeks. From statements made by those who have witnessed portions of the production It can hardly be doubted that as a scenic alfalr this will surpass any given In Logan here tofore There are several choruses costumed to advantage and trained to the highest degree of perfection in rhythmic motion, the general ctlcct produced under colored lights is said to be extremely beautiful The whole Is a musical kaleidoscope In which groups or charming misses produce pictures more delightful than the art lit can paint, and It sccmsccrtaln that to miss all of the productions Is to mlssatieat that seldom comes this way. There Is a matinee this after noon and performance tonight and Monday night All Aboard for Ogden Town U. C. TVs Invite Is, Will Run an Excur sion, and Business Men Agree to Go. Tho Utah Commercial Travelers, the people who were In Logan last year and the year before, arc arrang ing for a monster demonstration In Ogden on June 7,8,and "The boys" want all of Cache Valley to Join them In their festivities there and accord ingly sent Messrs. Musselman, Decker, Barns and Richardson to Logan Wed nesday night to boost for the occasion. A meeting of members of the Cache Commercial Club was held at the club rooms Thursday afternoon ind these LT. C. T. representatives extended a cordial invitation, and In surpassing eloquence urged that the city and val ley send down not less tlian a thous and people on the excursion that will leave here early Friday morning, June 8 As the gentleman warmed to their subject, quoted scripture, heaped encomiums upon Cache Valleyitcs for good times given them In the past, told us how much they loved us. and then expatiated on that wondrous parade of automablllouscs, floats, fine horses, mounted police, lire depart ment, 1,000 commercials in uniform, secret societies and Bill Classman, all were sorry that the excursion was not leaving for Ogden within the hour. When they finished telling about that $3,000 to be spent for decoration, electric light illumination, a big free feed for business men and the free dances, most of those present wanted to start out and walk so as to get there In time. And when the possi bilities of that ball game were des canted upon, the horse races wero mentioned, and the big excursion across the cut-oil at $1 per, with a thirty minutes stop-over privilege at brewery, was mentioned the crowd grew so enthusiastic that they thanked the gentlemen for com ing up, appointed a half dozen com mittees to boost, and guaranteed 1,500 excursionists for the big excursion to Illlltown. It was set forth that a rate or $1 75 round trip rate had been secured lor a special leaving here Just before the regular 8:15 train and returning about 12 o'clock at night, or a $2.2.) round trip rate good until Juno 10. It was also related that low rates have been sccuied on all railroads and that Ogden Is expecting a tcrrlllc crowd there. Committees. The committees appointed aic a's follows: Attendance. F.K. Ncbcker, E, W. Robinson, Uhas, England, N II. Moore, B. F. Rlter, II. E. Hatch, W. B. Preston Jr., Wm. Edwards, John Crawford, Fred Cates, A. M. Fleming, V. J. Marshall, G. II. Champ, S. A. Langton, A. Gordon, II. Bullen Jr., Dr. George Thomas, Fred Turner, L. S. Cardon; S. Y. Hendricks, C. '.. Harris, James Funk, Richmond; G. Y. Smith, James Mllllgan, A. 11. Cham btrs, Smlthlleld; Peter Maughan, B R Otfen, F. II. Phillips, Wellsvl)lc;C, F. Olson, Soren Hansen, Ira Williams, John L. Baxter, Hyrum. Parade. II. O. Ilayball, Leo Camp bell, T. II. Smith, F. W. Thatcher, J. P. Smith and Joseph Campbell. Transportation. J. A. Hendrlck son, Wesley Jacques, Joseph Odell. It Is gratifying to note that many of the prominent business men arc en thusiastic over the proposed excursion Tho Logan Military band has been en gaged to play, and if on tho day of the big parade a great procession of Cache Valley people are present to drop be hind this splendid musical organiza tion, It will make all concerned feel "purty goot." The committee on parade will no doubt arrange for some suitable banners, badges, colors, anything that will make the Cache Valley bunch conspicuous, and Just at present everything looks favorable for a successful excursion and a de lightful time at Ogden. The latest announcement is that II. G Ilayball lias agreed to take down his $10,000 graphophone, and that Electrician Daniels hopes to have his new auto mobile herein tlmcto make the trip. V Accepted. Some of the First Noith street athl etes and ball tossers assembled yester day, cast up the situation, counted an cx-N 'w York league pitcher and all 'round phenom In their list, noted the presence of an ex champion manager or Utan clubs, a bow-legged swattor of every ball that ever came his wav.a champion right fielder', and a few other "ical things," so decided to ac cept the challenge of the Center street boys ror a game of ball on July A. They send the following to Tun Bu rt llUCAN. Center Strcetcrs: TheFlrst .North streetcrs beg to ac knowledge the receipt of your daintily worded challenges of recent date, and accept the same In the kindly spirit manifest. Though conscious of the fact that wostoop low when wo con sent to appear In public with the booze-grafters, escaped convicts, miss ing links, and candidates for the Pro vo asylum that infest the cow trail south of First North street, wo feel that in meeting you and wiping you olf the face of this mundane sphere we shall be doing Logan city a service beyond computation. When in the course of human events disreputable gutter-snipes become so wrapped up in their own self-importance as to be llevo that in any kind or contest they can serve a defeat to people who know more and can do better In sports than the Inventor of the game, they should be tarred and feathered for their Im pudence. On July 4,or any other datd the First North strcetcrs agree to meet on a diamond in Logan any bunch or pill dispensers, pot-silngcrs, pole climbers, carpet-stretoliers, olllclals that loaf about the light office, habit ues of the bowling alley, money changers, and lather swipeis, that Center street can scrape together. Wo do not fear even the devils at the print shops. We will meet you In baseball, foot races, hurdles, wrestling or rag-chewing. All wo ask is that there be no such delay In bringing it to a head as there has been in tho Smoot case. Youis In love and disrespect FnibT Noutiikus. Population Increasing. To Mrs. Warren K. Burnham, a boy, on Tuesday morning. Mrs. Isaac Smith Jr., a girl Tuesday morning. Mrs. Andrew Blodgctt, Mlllvllle, a boy on Monday. Mrs. John Lee, Hyde Park, a girl on Monday. To Prof, and Mrs. Frederick Tues day morning, a girl. Disease Blamed to Flea. Tho common ilea la now suspected of causing many eerm diseases. The Two Big Schools Close I Program of Exercises for Tomorrow and ' I Next Week. The City Schools. I At the A. C. of U. tomorrow at 11 o'clock Pros Geo II. Brlmhall of the B. Y. University will deliver the baccalaureate, sermon, this marking the beginning or the closing exercises On Monday the student body will hold their annual Held day festivities and on Tuesday comes the Commencement Exercises. The exercises will bo held at 11 o'clock, tho program being as follows: Addiess to graduates Hon. E M. Allison Jr. Address State Supt A. C. Nelson. Addresses by graduates Irvine All red "Relnlorced Concrete." Miss Mlnnlo Pr terson, "People Who Live In Air Castles." A. Nevvey, "The Value of Manual Training." Tuesday evening at (l o'clock comes the Alumni Banquet. Toastmaster, W. S. Langton '0(f. Toasts, "The Graduates," Mayor E. W. Robinson. "The Faculty," 1. E. Allred, '(XI. "Tho College and Community," Hon. E. M. Allison Jr. "Agricultural Education," Prcs. W. J. Kerr. "College Athletics," J. T. Jardloe, or. . "Student Life," Capt. II. D. Styer. "Alumi Association," C. W. Porter, 'or, The Graduates this year are as follows: w Ith degrees: Irvln Allred, II. S l.i Engineering; Mildred Forgeon, B. S. in Commerce; Minnie Peterson, B. S. In Domestic Science. With certlllcates: Agricultural: Wm. R. Smith, Edgar C. McCartv, Cyril Vellko PetranolT. Commerce: Joseph S. Bell, Alfred Skeen, Cadmus Wallace, Alva Han sen, Charles Sorcnson, John Olson, Manual Training in Domestic Arts: Ina Stratford, Lena IIolTman, Alice Crookston. Domestic Science: Lctltla Flint, Vesta Kerr, Caroline McAllister, Re becca Ormsby, Esther Chrlstcnsen, Manual Training In Mechanic Arts: Roy Egbert, Aaron Ncwcy. The City Schools. The llfty-llve graduates or the Lo gan city schools engaged In their com mencement program at the tabcr naclo Thursday evening beforo a host of friends. The entire class in chorus work covered themselves with glory and the Individual numbers were very tine. But for the great length of tho exercises they would have been sur passingly enjoyable, but like at prac tically every public alTair in this city, the program proved of such length that the comfort and pleasure of the evening was decidedly marred. Tho writer wasn't there, for lie, In com mon with many others, has ceased to attend many public affairs because of their abominable length, and tills ex pression comes from those who on this occasion and many times In the past have felt constrained to sit through the unreasonable time public affairs arc mado to last. Tho chorus "O Tender Buds" Is said to have been exceptionally well done, and thoroughly cnloyablc. Iicne Hendrlckson, Winnie Parkinson, Wesley Anderson and Edwin Smith carried tho Solo work In "Flora and Forester," and this throughout was a good number. "Bright Summer Days," by the class, was a very charm ing, catchy selection. Luclla Andrews In her recitation "The Fireman's Prayer" showed ex ceptional dramatic talent, and Lucllo Hart's violin solo brought forth un stinted praise. Wlllard Evans Thaln and Edwin Smith In the salutalbry and valedlc toiy carried themselves with credit to the class. The piano solo by M. Irene Hendrlckson was very delightful, and Claire Cranney In recitation wa9 hardly less enjoyable. Tho violin duet, Lucllo Hart and Florence Smurthwalto proved an exceptional number Tho Thatcher orchestra furnished the delightful music that It furnishes on any and every occasion. President Kerr, of tho A, 0. of U., delivered tho address to the graduates offering much timely advice and kind ly suggestion. The closing exercises of the Brig- H ham Young College begin Sunday H evening at 7:.'I0 o'clock, when the jH baccalaureate sermon will be given. H No special Invitations will be sent H out for any of tho exercises this year IH and the public Is cordially Invited In H this Informal way The program for iH Sunday evening at the B. Y. C. as- H scmbly room will be as follow: H Anthem Choir H Vocal solo Ruby Gcddes H Baccalaureate sermon H Prof. W. II. Chambcrlln M Anthem Choir H Commencement. H On Wednesday at 10 o'clock the H regular commencement exercises will H be given as follows: H Anthem Choir H Selection Orchestra H Report Prcs. J.. II. Llnford H Violin solo, Les Confidences H Mrs. E. D. Mann IH Paper William Allred H Vocal Solo.... M. J. Ballard M Paper F. D. Dalnes H Selection Orchestra H Valedictory Edith Bowcn iH Address to graduates H Supt. Horace Curamlngs jH Presentation of diplomas and certl- H flcatcs. H Address........ Pics. Joseph F, Smith iH Anthem Choir H The Graduates. ' M The list of graduates In the various H courses is as follows: H Arts Course, (leading to degree A. iH B.) Franklin David Dalnes. M Normal Course. Albert Allen, H William Allred, Edith Bowen, Lcttlc iH Cole, Mary Cattnu II, Floienco Dudley, IH Oscar Dunn, Lydia Gibbons, Warren H Lindsay, Elva Parkinson,. Ella Peter- H son. Maiy Reese, Aaron Rasmusscn, IH Anna Rcjse, Ro.lna Skldmore, Inez. H Stock, Alma Sorcnson, Ella Smith, H Olga Thomason, George Maughan, H Matthew Nelson. M Business Course. Samuel Christen- H sen, Merlin Hovey, AndrcwJolinson, H Wm. Jackson, Jr., Wllford Johnson H Norman Lloyd, Wllford Moses, John iH Peterson, Isaac Richards, Joseph H Wat kins, Jr , Edwin Walton, James H Allen, Jr., iH Short Business Course; Mary E. "11 Andorson. )H Domestic Course; Ellen Budge, H Mary Hendricks, Harriet Pond, Net- H tlo Parkinson. H Sclcnco Course; Wllkle Blood, Wm. H II. Griffiths. H English Cqurse: Charles Chadwlck. H Agricultural Course: Andrew Hycr. H Mechanic Arts Course: Wm. Wangs- JH Nurse Training Course: Alice Wlnl- H frcd Miner. M Millville. MILLVILLE, May 31. This after- H noon the captain of our baseball team JH received a message from the team In M Hyrum to come over and play a game. M It took the boys only fifteen minutes M to get on the road. Two of their IH best men were absent but a couple of M farmers lilted their ranks and the H bunch wheeled over the road con lldent IH of success. The teams met each other M In terrific combat and a very close M game followed, our boys walloping tho J foreigners by a scoro of 10 to 8. They H can do It again any place In tho coun- M ty. Our team Is rigged up with com- H plcto baseball material and aro pre- M pared to wallop tho Maughan family M if they get on our ground. The vv rlter M is especially proud of the good be- M haviorof our boys In leaving their de- M clslons to the umpire. Some of the H foreigners need to become American- H ied and surrender to a Just decision, M especially from a Judge of their own M number. M In the last issue of Tin: Rki'Uhli- can a mistake was mado in tho num- H bcr of school children enrolled in our U schools. There arc 105 Instead of 12.", Bl as reported. Something very serious must have U happened in our courts. Tho Justice KM of the peace was seen hauling some 3 lumber caskets to the mountains with H a four horse team and he was armed H to meet any engagement. It is sup- H posed he got tired of feeding our con- R vlcts during tho rainy weather. !