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! PAQE EIGHT THE LOQAN REPUBl ICAN Saturday, Jan. Ctli, 1012. J I "' 1 Alf Our Stock Of Winter Merchandise Will hi Sold At 1 LLls 1'" K ! Great Discounts Before Stock Taking I V ''II t : I H ( I Ladies9 Sweater Goats and Ladies9 Furs 50 Per Gent Off H j FONNESBECK KNITTING WORKS, North Main Street. P'rt f - - - -., . ---, i - fc - - - I SMITHFIELD FIRST WARD WILL PRESENT ROBIN HOOD 1 I Smllhflold, .Inn 4. Mr. linn Eg- jl boiV oho of tbo teachers lu the cen F " tiui bcjqooI surprised his man' friends ly Cringing a housekeeper back with H film after tho holidays. M , Tho charming brlilo was formerly H Alias Kthel Hortclson of Logan. Mr. H Egbert has mndo many friends sinco H ' coming to our city nnd o warmly RH u'elcomu Mr. nnd Mrs. Egbert as rest- IK 'Jtonts of our city. i '' .Mrs. Mngglo Sunt wns much aur- Hfc prised on Now Years nam when ti Hr iodly roiircsontatlon of nor children B camo In on tlio night train from K ' Idaho to kosp up thq old custom of M eating dinner with "mother." The fob B lowing wore present at the dinner. A Messrs. aud Mosdomos George; Sant, H Jr., William R. Snnt, D.ivld Sant, H Charles Johnson, Wm. Griffiths, Mrs. H Mrfglo K. .Smith, Mrs. Vary UUfonl, B nnd nlno grandchildren. H Fred Sunt, just returned from tho V Now Zealand mission field was also B present nnd related soinu Interesting B fact 8 connected wth his travels nud BB Mr. Nephl I'utorson hud the mis- BK fortuno to lose one of his work horses, BB this week, with aomn strange disease BB which s thought to bo spinal moniti- BB gltls. 'Tho other horso Is thought to BjB , bo recovering. BB Invitations nrn out for a grund BjB y. loap year party to be given tomorrow BjH '. " nl;lit under tho auspices of tho wom- B - on' of 'woodcraft. BjB Victor Johnson, who has been man- B .igor of tho condenser, here since It BjB began operation, has been sent to Bf Franklin to nianngo the new Condon- H sor at that place. Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson have made H many 'warm friends while here and B vo nro oth to part with thorn, - Mr. Kruuk Traveler has been given V tho managomont of tho condenser BjH , Mesdumes Ida Morrill and Katie BjB ' 5rugun uttendrd tho stake board BH mooting nnd social function given on BjB Thursday nftonioonnt tho homo of H t President Klna J, Merrill at Rich- BH mond. HofreshmontH woro served and BH ai pV-asint tlmo Indulged in. BH Mr. Vom C. Wooloy of Tooele re- BB -turned to his work In Salt Lako on BBl Tuosday, nfter n wpoks' visit at tho BjH faomo of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Morrill. B ;'' Mr. Carnol Ilutton of Tc.on Rasln 1 1a visiting relatives and friends in this H his former homo. B Mrs. Alvcretto Smith Kappa of Do- H 'tvuy aimo hero to receive medical nld K ior a badly burnod leg. Dr. Morrill B tool: skin from hor arm unri. grafteo BjB on to tho burnod portion. H Mr. William Outko of KlielK-y. BB Idaho, is sponding the week hero. BBt Tho l'lrd ward choir have ,annouu- BMW ccd that tho first performance; ot M "Robin Hood" will ho given on Wed- B ticsduy, Jan. 10. A matinee wtl bo B -givon In tho afternoon anil also ' an B .-jvonlng entertainment. H For tho first tlmo in many years H ' Ai' tho incoming city officers are BH Democrats. Tills body mot ind chose BBBu James Rooso as city marshal, William BBB Urnri, deputy; Joseph III li, as woxtou BBB And Henry Molklo ns justice of the --.- i peace; Walter Fisher, poundkeeper. Mr. nud Mrs. Snmuo! I.ittlediko celobrated their golden wedding on Now Years day YUAN RAISES MONEY; WILL FIGHT REBELS Informs the Legations that the Die Is Cast and War Will Continue Mil tiny at Lanchow Government Sol dlers Declare for-Republlc. l'okin, Jan. 3. Tlureo thousand im perial Manchu troops, drawn from tho garrisons of I'ao'Ting Fu nnd Shlh Wang Tno and Lanchow to nttnek I ho mutineers thero If they do not sub mit. Chno l'rh Foug formerly viceroy ol the provinco of Szo-Chuoii, witli 11 force of Manchu soldiers from Tibet has recaptured Chang Tu, tho enpi tul. Serious disturbances, however, continue throughout the provinco. All foreigners aro reported to have left tho city of Chung King. The railroad authorities at Tien Tslu, fearing an attack by the rebol troops, have suspended tho Siberian mall trains. Gonornl Li Yuen Heng, commander of the rebel troops, who has been made vice president of the provisional re public, bus apologized to the imperial authorities for the violation ot tho uimlstlce nt Hankow and has dlsmls sod two colonels who were responsible for It. Tho viceroy of the provinco ot IIu l'eh has luformed tho revolutionary loaders that 1000 railroad cars will be needed to remove tho imperial troops from their positions nnd thnt mil firty i-urs nro nvnllnblo. The troops, tliHrotoro, cannot carry out tho proposed owiuuatlon In loss than a fortnight General LI Yu&n Heng has approved a special agreement to meon this dif ficulty nnd is arranging for tho revol utionary troops to undertake tho pol icing of tho ovacuted district. Confidence continues to rovlve among adherents of tho Imporlnl court, largely owing to tho transfer of 80,000 ounces ot gold bars front the Imperial purso Into the hands ot inro mler Yuan Shl Kal. A rumor Is current tonight that fi ghting will bo resumed soon. Premier Yuan Hhl Kal has not received any reply from Dr. Wu Ting Fang nt Shanghai, whom ho informed thnt ho would In the future carry on negotia tions by telegraph. It Is undorstood the republican objoct to negotiating by wire. Reign of Terror. Tho imperial dplegatos who hae re turned here from Shanghai say a re Igu of torror prevails in that city. No one dare venture an opinion in fa or of n constitutional monarchy In quarters closely connected with tho Imperial government It is believ ed the provlces of Hu-Peh and Huan aro dissatisfied with tho foreign-tnught element that Is dominating affairs nt Shanghai The hope exists In theso quarters that those provinces soon --- will revert to tho Men of rt oonbtltu tlonal monarchy. If Yuan Shl Kal mallow satisfactory progress this month In his attempts to suppress tho rebellion, mora trens uip will be forthcoming from tho cof fers of the Mnnchu princes and the Imperial court. o RUSSIAN COLONY IN LOS ANGELES HAS GIRL MARKET System of Sl.wery Through Which Wives are Acquired by the Highest Bidders Parents Admit the Sale Custom of Old Country. I.os Angt-los, Oil., Jan. 3. The hoar ing before Judge Curtis I). Wilbur in the superior court of tho case of Klslc Nnvlkoff, n pretty Russian girl ol seventeen, who told tho court thnt hei pnronts hnd sold hor into mnr lingo for $000 with u man she bad novor soon, nnd that n system ot sla very existed in tho Molokano colony hero, was ended Into todny by tho court declaring tho g'rl n dependent and ordering hor sent to th detention , homo until a plaeo could be found for hor In n working girl's home. The United Stntos gova.'nmont mry make nn inquiry into the customs nnd priiotlcos of tho locnl Russian colony. Joseph A. Connaty of tho Los Angeles Immlgintion bureau, nt tho conclus ion of the case, mado n request for n full transcript of tho evidence. Miss Nnvlkoff testified that sho oil her had to submit to the customs of tho local Russian colony nnd mnrry tho mnn who hnd pnld hor father $500 , for her, or run nwny, nnd she. decldo-l , upon tho latter course. Sho was found by probation officers hiding nt tho home of nn American woman whoso son sho was In lovo with. ,Her par ents were summoned into, court nnd , testified that whllo they had lived In , tho United States they had always followed tho customs ot tho old conn try nnd could soo no wrong In so dp Inu. No Use for Licenses. Philip Schubln, lender pt the col ony, admitted that many marriages woro consummated between their members without the Issuance of n murringo license, but said thero were no religious scruples against pocurlng licenses. Other witnesses testified thnt tho price paid for girls varied according to their looks. Good looking glrla brought nnywhoro from J100 to 300t ns n usual thing, but that tho pay. mont of $r00 for Miss Nnvlkoff was a rocord-brenkor In the local colony nil agreed. i In deposing of tho case. Judge WU- ( bor delivered nu admonition to tho Riisslnns t sEombled In the court roim, who listened stolidly. Ho told then j that by thai' own admissions hundrcild , of marriages between them were Il legal nnl nrt only this, but that In contriictliif tluto marriages they had laid themvod Uuble to n prison son- tenco or n flpo. Thero nro nbout 3,000 Hustons In t'no local colony o Naturally. Bo.tman Peter an' me'U(nol be ble to take ye out flshln' 'tonight. Ma'am; but Peter's nephew will be afther takln' ye av ye like. Lady Well, I hopo Peter's nephew Is cleaner than Peter IsT Boatman He Is, Ma'um. bo's younger. Punch ---aWHBHB-i--BMI CAMPAIGN TO BE MADE MORE AGGRESSIVE "Nothing But Death Can Keep me out Of The Tight Now" Such Said to Be Taft's Declaration He Is Now Thoroughly Aroused. Wiibhlngtiip, Jun. 3. "Nothing but death enn keep mo out of tho fisht now," 1 I'reoldeiit Tuft Ih reported to have made this statement to white house cnllors today and to have added ihnt he had no objection to the statement being made public. It undoubtedly was Intended to set lit rest nil reports thnt Mr. Tuft might withdraw from the race for tho Re- I publican nomination of president in ri ver of Colonel Roosevelt. Tho president Is said to bo thorough ly aroused to tho gravity of the sltun tlon lu tho Republican party nnd do terminod to lot his attitude bo general ly understood. Ho has declared that pndor no circumstances will ho with draw ids name from consideration by tho Chicago convention next Juno nnd has asserted thnt his position with re spoct to the nomination has nol changed In uny pnrtloular slnoo lu flist entered tho whlto house. Mr. Tnft 1ms told friends nnd part leaders from tho first thnt If ho shouli; , bo culled upon to stand for ro-olootior ho would do so; thnt he felt under oh ligations to tho party for having made him president, and was willing to alildo Its decision in tho convention. Ho adheres to this position according to announcements today, and will not quit tho rnco until the nominating bal lots nro cast at Chicago. Tho president was urged b a num ber of his closest friends to mnko a de finite statement as to his position and agreed to do so In the laiiguago quot od above. With tills stntemont us thoii inspiration, it is snld the presi dent's supporters will at onco begin 'Tin active campaign In ills bolinlf. ri ll,was snld today that some of .Mr TJJ,s .friends have gone o far lately ns.td niUlse him to openly breok with Colonel Roosevelt and to chnllengo tho latter to make plain tits Intentions. Tho proildent lias declined to do this. Tho whlto house has boon fairly flood ed with callers lately who have brought word to President Tnft that Colonel Roosevelt so far bus declined to say that ho would not accept tho nomination If It woro tendered him. Teddy Refuses to be "Smoked Out." It also has been reported to the whlto liouso that Colonel Roosevelt be lieves nn organized effort Is being mado to "smoko him out" and that ho. declines to bo "smoked" cither by Taft or La Follotto forces. j Tho president has listened to all of( those reports with an Indulgent smllo( but has refused to Indicate whether or not ho believed them. it Is vehemently denied nt tho while house, however that Mr. Toft has sent any "messengers" to Mr. Roosevelt "on any subject whatever." Tho president has been urged for weeks to make n moro nggrosslvocnm pulgn In his oVn behalf. Ho has re plied that ho did not think political notlilty comported with presidential dignity. Ho now bus consented that Ids friends eoiry forward tho fight as Ugorously as they dcslro nnd ho will lend what assistance ho properly can j Carnegie's Great Reform. "What do I think tbo' greatest re form of tho present day.'TJ" asks Mr. Andrew Carnegie (ln tho Strand. "What slnglo net wouli) I select for Instant consummation l( t ' had tho power? I would enact the abolition of war. I would abolish War between nations, which bollos our. claims to civilization. As long as men k'lil each other they nro savages." , But' think, adds tho editor, what' n treniondous act this would be, nnd ot what far-reaching significance. A decreo would be signed dUbnndlng armli6,,$l)3mannlng navies, nnd putting ships, guns and weapons on, n ecrap-hoap., ,It Is cer tainly difficult to conceive of a more sweeping reform than this, but if It woro brought nbout by a stroke of the pen It would probably throw millions ot men lu Idleness, nnd disorganize Irreparably tho whole machinery of civilization. i Monitor for Rutins Men. Telautograph machines, which re produce a written message at more or less distant stations, have been Intro duced into desk drawors, for use b? - bank presidents and public men, en ' abllng the latter to make Inquiries of ' clerks and secretaries without the knowledgo ot tbo caller, says the ' Scientific American. It la possible to write a, message under these condl- - tlons and receive an answer concern ! Ing the personality or business ot the individual seated at one'a elbojv, . without leaving tho desk -or seeming . to make any inquiries. Exit the Romance, "It seems to mo," said Oattersby, "that we nro knocking nearly all tho romance nnd Imagination out of life when wo commercialize marriage- for that's about what wo are doing. 1 llko tho good old way of courting, tho '.tray that wns tho classy thing whon knights wero bold. I like the Idea of galloping ncross the drawbrldgo and snatching up the girl of my heart and putting her on tho saddle 'boforo mo and galloping away llko mad! Wouldn't that suit youT" "No, It wouldn't," re plied tho other man. "Tho girl of my hoart weighs 160 pounds." Keeper of 8eals. The London Gazette last night con tained tho formal notification that his majesty had ordered A. Conge d'Ellro to pass the great seal of the united kingdom empowering the doan and chapter of Christ-church, Oxford unl vorslty, to olect a bishop to the seo of Oxford, says the Dundee Adver tiser. As Mr. d'EIIre Jocularly remarked to London Punch' correspondent, judg ing from the number of. seals he has to pass he might Just a well be a keeper at the zoo. Unkind Insinuation. Onco at a dinner Henry Ward Deecher told his sister, Mrs. Beechor Stowo, that her "Uncle Tom's Cabin" had been translated Into Italian by a monk; nnd that a letter full ot adula tion had been received from him, In which ho stated that If he could kiss the woman who wrote the book he would die happy. Mr. Deecher then added: "Well, I sent htm a portrait of you, Harriot, and nothing has been heard of him since." .r,- Science and Art Science and art are In spirit the tame, and they must be pursued with the same ardor. The scientist, like the artist, must be ready to .do any thing and go anywhere to get In touch with masters In his choien field He must deem no sacrifice of time or monoy too great to secure a real mas tery of tho technique of bit profes sion, It Is through .weakness In tech nlquo that uiuoh of our sclenco pre sents so amateurish an appearance. I Richard O. Maclaurln, In the Atlantic i American Woman In Fazhlon. Boclety customs havo changed much during tho past 10 years. No longer does tho senator or congressman feel that he must wear a silk lint and frock coat to tho whlto liouso. Even gloves havo beon put under tho ban, and for eigners Insist that Amorlcan men are becoming caroless In tholr attire, al though on the other hand thoy ear that tho American woman Is every year moro chic In hor dree. "The tlmo Is nt hand," declared tho speak er, "when" Parisians will have to look well to tholr laurels as residents ot tho city of well-dressed womon." Affairs at Washington, In National Magazine. Prerogative of Peers. The term "benefit of peerage" cot era some odd privileges, under DrltUa law. Under it a peer can demand a private audience with the sovereign to prosent his views on matters of public welfare. For treason or felony ho can demand td bo tried by hit peers, he cannot be outlawed In any civil action, and ho Is oxempt from jury service. He may sit with his hat on In courts of Justice, nnd, should he bo liable to the last penalty of the law, ho can demand a silken cord In stead of a hempen rope. Dltllkei Ladylike Men. Tho Now York Evening Post doubt whether the law that permits and alms at regulatlug prize fighting la NoW York can over make pugilist! "ladylike." Well, as between a pu gilist and a ladylike man, giro us th pugilist. Louisville Courler-Jourlal. ' .. 1 mm - - ,,gfc We Have Everything In Ladles Hair Goods nnd Novelty Hand Bag. M See our lino first , f BUtc Millinery Company j I 37 NORTH MAIN. P' RINCESC' THEATRES "loo" Feet of Moving Pictures' At the Princess Will con stitute thcProgram, begin ning this week. Come and see a well selected pro gram of Comedies, Dramas, Scenic and Western Pictures, Change of Pictures Three Times a Week, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. J I ... Admission 10 Cents.... j R I A Double Sale, The Stocks of the D. R. C. Co., and The iluf) J The Crowds that have attended I ON SALE I New lots have been added kt I I" the Sale during the past few days ----" - A ---- this week with greater bargains I gives proof of the many bargains TrU"C TJfT TT $an ever no to aten 1 that are given 1 ITlXl HUB THE HUB W H mKk 'la"HL"HHIHiflHHBHHHHMBflBiHLM -JT fl H fiVH IWawBBBBKIIIHBBMBiHHBBBMili" ,!