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B Promises to be Greatest Exhibit of Live Stock in History
ftvB Of State. Cache Valley Horses to be Prominent.
BAB Lectures From Eminent
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vM tbo history ot Logan particularly; so
B far as tho rurnl residents of Cacho
M Talley aro concerned. Tbo reason
H for this has been the phcnomlnally
B successful Farmers Iloundup and
BBj Housekeepers' conference which has
BBl been In session tho past week at tho
BB Agricultural College. Tho Roundup
BBB and conferenco opened Monday morn
BB lng with an Influx of visitors bigger
BBa than tho event has over known In
BBl tho past, and each succeeding day
BBl noted an Incrcaso In tho attendanco
BBl until toward tho closo of tho week
BBB thero woro fully COO men nnd worn-
BBl en assembled to discuss tho various
BBl questions that were up for consider-
BBB atlon. Many and varied topics havo
BB been considered during tho past week
BBa tho main features having to do with
BBl the questions of a general nature
applying to both tho farm men and
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BBl Tho coming week, however, prom-
BB ises to bo marked by continued In-
H terest In tho Institution. Tho dlrcc-
BBl tor ot tho Extension Division and
BBl his associates In the live stock do-
BBB partment havo arranged a week that
BBB will bo dealing almost exclusively
BBl with the matter of better live stock
BB In Utah.
BB Important as aro tho farm crops
BBB Tho girls gymnasium club, known
BBe at tho U, A. C. as tho "Dainen
BBM Turnvcrcln," will glvo n dancing
YJ party at tho Smart gymnasium Mpn.-
BB day ovenlng, Feb. 3, which will bo
BBf considered n feature of tho Iloundup,
BB' and In fact part of tho program at
BJBj which thoso persons who aro regis-
B tered at tho Iloundup will bo admit-
BB ted frco by presenting tholr regis-
BB tratlon cards at the door when en-
Jf terlng. This danco will be a distinct
HI feature In Itself. About 150 girls un-
BB der the direction of Miss Mario
BB Johnson will glvo an exhibition In
BB fancy dancing. Following tho exhl-
BB bttlon tho hall will bo turned over
BB to a general dancing party. Special
BB decorations will bo used and refresh-
BB xnenta will bo served.:
BB Orval Moulton of Lewlston Comes to
H Death From 22 Caliber Ball
BB Orval Moulton ot I.owlston, n four-
BR teen year old boy, camo to his death
BB ' at 4:30 p. m. Thursday ovenlng by
BR accidentally shooting himself thirty
BR minutes earlier In tho stomach with
BB a twenty-two rillo. Tho young man
BB told his mother ho was going out
BR to shoot magpies and a fow minutes
BB later camo screaming to tho house,
RB saying ho had shot himself. It Is
BR thought tho boy was gottlng through
BE tho fence, and put tho gun ahead ot
BB him with tho barrel toward himself,
BB Ills parents woro formerly of Smith-
BB llojd. Mr, Moulton Is now an em-
BR ployco cf tho LowlBton Sugar fac-
K tory. Itinera! will bo held today at
BR 2:30 at Lowiston.
B Tbo annual meeting of tho Cacho
county fair association will bo bold
B Monday, February 3, at 10 u. m. at
B tho Commercial Doostors club, Lo-
B gan. Tbo annual report will bo read
B and eight dlre'.tors and oOlcers for
B tho ensuing year will bo oloctcd.
I Important matters pertaining to tho
I association will bo discussed.
I Every stockholder should bo, prea
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ot tho State tho fact cannot bo ov
er looked that much ot Utah's suc
cess agriculturally Is dependent up
on tho production of better livestock
Utah is undoubtedly a great dairy
stato and tho sooner Its people be
como acquainted with this fact tho
sooner wilt they begin to note In
creased returns on the labor and
capital Invested In agriculture.
Ah an evidence of tho relatlvo Im
portance of llvo stock, tho follow
ing approximate figures aro given:
Tho total value of farm products,
Including grains nnd hay Is approxi
mately $16,000,000 while tho totnl
farm valuation of tho livestock In
tho stato aggregates tho grand sum
of ?31,000,000 of this J5.000.000 Is
Continued on Pago Eight
Will Conduct Cafe and Supply Cache
County With Bread. 350 Loaves
Capacity Oven Installed
With tho opening to tho public of
tho Johnson ' Uakery and Cafo for
dinner yesterday at noon, Logan can
now boast of ono of tho llncst eating
parlors In th0 stato. And not only
that, this city is In possession of ono
of tho best equipped bakeries to bo
found anywhere.
Tho new Peterson oven JiiBt In
stalled at tho now quarters on West
First North has a capacity for 350
locves of bread at ono baking. In
Its construction 25,000 bricks from
Gcssell Ilrlck plant were used. It Is
located In th0 basement of tho es
tablishment, whero tho dough mixer
Is located and where tho expert
cooks turn out the delicious pastry
for which tno new fl.m will soon
gain a reputation.
Tho bakery and cafo will bo under
tho personal supervision of Herman
Johnson, a man with an established
reputation hero as a cook and cater
er. He will bo assisted by E. D.
Hogan, a young man of tho ability
to make friends and a hustler. This
combination will undoubtedly bring
to tho firm tho business that It Is
desirous of obtaining. At present
tons of bread are being shipped in
to this city and county from Salt
Lake, and with tho uncertainty of
railroad connections, tho new bakery
should be a welcomo Institution to
tho business men of Cache Valley.
A full lino of bread, cakes, plos and
pastries of all kinds will bo carried.
In connection with th0 enfo, will
bo conducted nn upto-dato delicat
essen whero a person can procuro
either u hot or cold meal and tnko
It homo for eating If ho so desires.
Tho dining room Is th0 ono in
which tho general public will bo tho
most interested. On entoring tho
room, is encountered tho show cases
and displays ot eatables. Theso aro
separated from the dining room by
un olaborato portiere, constructed
from tho pods of tho eucalyptus
treo. In th0 room aro arranged
eight tables with a seating capacity
of four to a table. Over tho tables
aro hung from tho wall electric
lights, and largo mirrors aro also an
effectlvo part of tho wall decoration.
In tho kitchen Is found n largo ho
tel rango, a steam tnblo for keeping
tho cooked foods at th0 proper tern
peraturo for serving. In tho rear ot
tho kitchen Is a largo packing room
with an olovotor leading to tho baso
nieiit. whero tho bread is baked. It
Is brought to th0 packing room for
sorting into tho slzo parcel desired
for shipping. In this room Is also
to bo found ono of tho largest lco
boxes in tho city for storing meats
and perishablo goods.
A first class sot of cooks will bo
employed continually and tho propri
etors of tho now concorn will bo do
lighted to seo any and all persons
visit their establishment who aro
purchasers of "good things to eat."
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Notablo arrivals from abroad recently were the Duke and Duchess de Talleyrand, who ciuno to utteud the wed
ding of Miss Uelen Qould, sister of tbo duchess. Tbo pair brought their llttlo three-year-old son, tbu 1'iliae do Sa
gan, whoso full namo Is Howard Charles Maurice I'lerro Jason. The duchess was formerly MUs Anua Oould nuil
later tb'4wIfo ot Count Donl de Castelluuo. Her preseut husbnnd was formerly I'rlnce Helle de Biignn, by which
tltlo he Is better known In this country. Ho obtntned the title of duko ontlio dcuth of Ills futliei' in 1010. Little
Prince de Sagan Is a handsome boy and tins the doting affection of both parents. Ho Is hluo eyed and tins yellow
curly hair and an extremely upright manner of walking. He woro a gray ntitrukhnn coat mid turban cup. Tbo pic
ture was taken of the duke uud his little son on their arrival at New York. They will go lioino soon.
Many Noted Persons Will Be at Col
lege Today, Including Gov,
Wm. Spry
Today Is known ns Governor's dav
at the U. A. C. Governor William
Spry being tho principal spcakor
Ho will take as his subject, "The
Stato's Interest In th0 Welfare of the
Utah Grower." Ho will arrive this
morning on tho spoclal train which
is being run from Salt Lake City
under tho auspices of tho Utah Pow
er nnd Light company. Tho excur
sion Is being run In ordor to bring
to this city about 200 mombors of
tho now electrical organization ro
ently effected, composed of tho chief
electrical workers of tho stato. They
will visit tho electrical oxhlblt at
tho college, and tho lectures to bo
given today.
J. D. Castner of Hood River, Ore
gon, arrived yestorday and will con
duct packing school today. Ho Is an
export In his lino nnd will demon
fitrato on tho dlfferont packs. Tuts
tchool will b conducted until tho
8th of tho mou h.
Charles Itold, an eminent author.
Ity on tho question of marketing
frultB will bo a notablo arrival today
Ho Is a member of tho California
Fruit Growors association and organ
izer ot tho Florida Fruit eKchango,
ono of tho most porfect fruit ex
changes or marketing organizations
in the couutry. Mr. Iloid is prepared
to market tho entire fruit crop of
the stato.
Prof. J. C. Ilogansen who has
had chargo of tho grain and potato
Judging contest at tho U. A. C. has
prepared a list of tho winning
schools which entered tho contest.
There were seventeen entries Includ
ing a representation of practically
every school In tho county. Thero
wero threo members on each team
competing. Twolvo ot tho tcnniH rep
resented tho district schools and llvo
teams represented tho high schools
ot tho county. This Is the llrst con
test of this nnturo over pulled oft In
the stato and tho boys wero cnthus
sinstic over the contest. Wlillo tho
students wero at tho college, Prof
Ilogansen was the star performer,
thero bolng nothing nt tho big Insti
tution ho did not tako tho tlnio to
show tho boys.' Ho found them n
curious lot, but was only too willing
to nnswer tho numerous questions
fired at him from tho county student8
Tho following woro tho wlnnors at
tho contest:
Tho best nil round high school
Judging team was tho Smlthfleld
high school, Its nverago score bolng
81.4 per cent: second bes, II y ruin
high school, score, 89.1 per cent.
Host high school potato Judging
team, Wellsvlllo high school, scoro
79 per cent; second best, Smlthfleld
high school, scoro 8-1.1 por cont.
IJest high school wheat Judging
team, Sraithflold school, 80. C per
cent; second host, Wellsvlllo school
scoro 89. C por cent.
Ilcst high Bcbool oat Judging toum,
Continued on Page Eight
Says Many Things About Snipping
Methods Adopted by Local Breed
er of Thoroughbred Hens
.ludgo Miller Purvis, who was In
the city recently ns Judge of tho
poultry show, writes to u local
friend, telling him about his oxperl
enco in receiving a shlpmont of two
brown Leghorn chickens from horo
to Pondloton, Oregon. Tho letter Is
an umuslng ono. Tho contents aro
hero given, eliminating names.:
Mr. Blank sont tho two Jlrown
Leghorn hens I bought from him tc
mo hero In a box big enough to ship
n calf In. Tho box weighed sixty
pounds and tho oxprcss chnrges
wero $8.50 when If ho had shipped
them In tho right kind ot a box tho
chnrges would not havo boon moro
than 11.50. I wish you would tako
a sawod off shot gun nnd go gunning
after him and send mo tho hill for
tho funeral expenses, ho doesn't
know enough to bo allowed to live.
It I had been within reach ot him
when that oxprcssman camo round
with tho birds bo would havo heard
a fow things ho would havo remem
bered to tho IaBt day ot his llfo.
Toll him when you boo him that I
only wanted tbo hens and did not
caro for tho chicken house ho ship
ped them in.
Mrs. A. II. Palmer loft yesterday
afternoon for San Francisco whero
sho will visit with hor sisters for a
i.'iouth, Sho wbb accompanied by hor
ni ter, Mrs. It. H. Ensign of Salt
Farmers And Merchants Sav-
ings Bank, "The Bank of H
The Common People" To H
Begin This Month. Capital!- 'Vfl
zation $50,000 And $5,000 ;
Surplus. H
A ten year leaso was recently glr- H
en to J. A. Hcndrlckson nnd others M
by tho Iludgo llros. on tho building l H
Hl'untcd nt tho corner of Mnln and H
Center streets. Consldornblo talk H
has been going on of lato trying to H
decide tho purposo for which this H
building Is now being remodeled. Wo B
learn that the Farmers and M'orch- H
ants Savings Dank ot Logan la to H
begin business thero on tho 20th ot H
Februnry with a capital ot $50,000 H
and $5,000 surplus. It will bo a stato H
bank under tho control of tho stato H
nnd regularly examined by tho stato BBB
bank examiner. Tho promotors say H
that It Is to bo thb "bank ot tho H
common pcoplo." Tho Interior on H
tho first Moor Is now bolng provided M
with ono ot tho lnrgcst and strong- ,H
est vaults over built In this city. H
Tho vault will bo provided with a H
double lock Maugnueso sicol door,
weigh , over two tons. Tho safo H
thnt Is on Its way from tho factory BBl
weighs 3 i oils and n half, ami Is tho H
heaviest that has so far como Into H
tho count). A furnnco will bo In- H
stalled in tho basement to heat tho H
building, and all other things will H
bo made, strlcitly modern. Within tho H
vault will bo safety deposit boxes H
for tho public where anyono can rent BBB
a box for their valuable, papers at Bfl
from $1.50 to $2.50 per year accord- H
lng to the slzo ot tho, box. Thoso H
will bo gotatablo uny tlmo nt bank- H
lug hours. Tho Interior finishing nnd H
fixtures will bo ot tbo egg shell ma- H
hogany similar to tho Merchants H
(Continued on pngo four)
Mr. H. N. Hill who has for tho
past year managed tho local branch H
of Studebakcr llros Co., ot Utah has H
Just been promoted to tbo manager- H
ship of tho Uolso branch ot this H
company. Tho Ilolso branch Is tbo H
largest branch of this company out- H
sldo ot Salt Lako City and tho selec- H
Hon of Mr. Hill as the now raanagor H
Is well merited. Although having liv- H
ed In Malad for about ID years, Mr. H
Hill Is a Cacho Valley product, hav- . H
lng been born and raised In Smith- H
Held. Logan's Iosb will bo Qoiso's H
gain as Mr. Hill Is an cncrgotlc and H
valuable citizen nnd a llvo booster. H
Tho citizens generally ot Cacho Val- H
ley Join In wishing Mr. and Mrs. H
Hill unbounded success In their now BBJ
homo. H
Mr. J. II. Shaw a very emclont
salesman from tho south end of tho H
county for this company will Buccoed BJ
Mr. Hill as manngor of tho Lognn BB
branch. BB
Christopher Junior Royally Received H
at Brlgham City. Will Conclude H
Performance Tonight BB
Tho 1). Y. Collcgo dramatic club BB
played Thursday ovenlng to a largo BB
and npprcclatlvo audlonco at Brig- BB
ham City. Prof. W. O. Robinson Is M
delighted with tho way In which
Christopher Junior has been rccolv- H
cd by tho pooplo who havo attondod BB
tho performance Tho last presentn- - BH
tion of tho play will bo given tonight M
at Klbloy Hall. H
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Special to Logan rtopubllcan BB
Salt Lako City, Jan. 31. Tho U. M
of U. basketball team won a gatno BB
from tho I). Y. C. team bore this M
afternoon by tho scoro ot 32 to 24. BB

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