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'i pAGE F0UR THE LOOAN REPUBLICAN . ... THURSDAY APRIL 10 1913
I f THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN Hj Published By The H 1 LOGAN NEW8PAPER COMPANY, LOQAN, UTAH (Official Republican Organ ot Cache County, Utah Entered at tho I'ostolllco ovory Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday, at Logan, Utah, as Socond Class Mattor. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 '. By Mall ' One Year 13. 00 fl Six Months 1-7G . Thrco Months 90c By Carrier ' Ono Year 13.50 ' J Six Months 1-50 H Three Months 75c H I It Not Paid In Advance, Add 50 Conts Per Year H i H j Subscribers wishing address of paper changed H ' Trill pleaso give former as woll as prosent address. B . An papers are continued until explicit order Is re- H . celvcd to discontinue. All arrears must bo paid in H I every caso. R DUE TO AN OVERSIGHT B Duo to an oversight wo failed to get on to tho reply of the Honorable Peter C. Nelson, In tho B last Isbuo of tho Journal. Tho reply wns printed H In hnswer to somo questions wo directed nt tho commissioner somo time ago, nnd was called to H , cur attention Just beforo going to press. Wo had H no Idea that tho gentlemen would bo ashamed to H reply In tho samo columns where tho questions wero printed, especially as ho gavo his plighted H word Just prior to his election, and Immediately thereafter, that In nil matters ho woutd bo "non- H rartlshn." Of course ho may say he shrank from H our columns because ho don't llko us, but as a scr- vant of tho people he ought to have respected our H readers, It appears to us, to tho extnt ot giving H them a chance to read his reply In our columns. H Instead, however, ho chooses to play the grand H stand In his party organ, and wo are therefore H culled upon to publish his reply In full. As we H cannot do It this timo duo to oversight nbove sta H ted, wo promise the reply In full In our next issue, together with such comments both of commendn- H tlon and criticism as wo may reel dictated to ( make. In fact wo promise our readers n real Hon crhblo Peter C. Nelson department In our next H MUTATIS MUTANDIS Speaking of tho lato J. P. Morgan, a news- paper that ndmtrcd htm very much says that ho pobnbly never comprehended tho meaning ot tho word finesse. In the sense In which It Ib employed by the psychologist In success and exalted by the B smaller producers of success; but that the thing ilr.t counted was "his simplicity and directness of thought, n simplicity ns fur removed from tho In- t'.'cnto system of calculation, perhaps generally ns- filbert to tho habitual workings of his Intellect, tin tbr rulo of three Is from tho most complicated fccries of equations In the differential calculus, a ('.'icclncss thnt went at once to tho essential ttnd j Ignored all else. Ho thought In largo units be- cause that Is the way his mind was mado. In com- blnhtlon his lnrgo units usually prevailed, for his B linln produced them with tho unconscious case and celerity nnd accuracy which aro genliiB. No man wns over moro Impatient of the entanglement ol detnlls, no man quicker to leave tho solution ot B tlicm to others whom ho trusted." H That Is possibly true, but ho started with $15,- 000,000. His father was a maBtor ot details. From tho details he built up that fortune, so that the E.n bad nothing to do but to take that fortune and see thnt It increased rather than dcerensed. It n poor man goes to a grocery nnd buys $5 worth ot groceries, ho wants tho ltoms he wnnts tr know what each artlclo he buys costs, hnd then H to flguro up to seo that tho whole amount Is cor- rect. If his neighbor who Is In comfortable clr- HH curaslances goes and throws down $5 and says to the grocer, "send thttt much In groceries to my H house," ho docs not want to bother with details. H ' nd whether, had Mr. Morgan started ns poor as B M? father did, ho would have succeeded, Is a mat- H ter which never can be decided. H If a general takes raw troops Into action and H tbey become confuse they hro liable to run away'. HH If the aamo general could tako tho same troopB at- B U they have baa n year's training, tho chances H 6io they might bo beaten and have to fall back, H but It would not bo a rout. The road was all pre- H jt.rcd for Mr. Morgan to walk over, and his mil- H 4 Hens became a rolling stono, to gather to them H ) all tho money thnt happened In their path: It was H easy. Ono man may know that If he had the mon- H iv to buy a railroad In a receiver's hands he could H v' well. Mr. Morgan had that faculty hnd he H bought the railroad In a lump. Then, to' make H II sell, ho put the machinery In action to call at- H tcitlon to Its value, and so ho sold It for three or H four times whnt he paid. i And nil this Is simply to make clear the thought H that when a man's essential greatness Is being con- i o means which ho hnd ; greatness ought to be kept In mind, becnuse It Is tirt so much for n man to start with $15,000,000 and H make twenty1 times that In n life tlmo, aa it Is for K , tnothcr man to start with nothing but his brain L ' and his hands nnd make tho 115,000,000. Evening R Telegram. f f ! 4 M HUMANITY V8. NATURE The New York World observes that nature "contributed Its part toward the relict of tho tlood . sufferers In Ohio by 'providing fair weather." ' In view of tho fact that thq floods wero caused Issssi i by naturo, wouldn't you .regard this observation as the pinnacle ofpptlralstio thought? ( Continuing, the Wqrld says: "Tho Cash Ileg- H ) Istor people hro acquiring merit In tho Huddhlst .phrase, by tho bcnevolont activities In tho flooded B district. Hut they are made too late to serve hb ' a court exhibit In mitigation ot'other less commend- able acts of the company." J Here Is a peculiar parallel. Nature having caused great damage, may mako restitution, while m humanity never jjj fj Jig r I ' ' Hn Mfc ii)ininBHHTa;.yiiarammun-. i, - WHAT WILL COME OF IT? Sixteen years ago a Republican Congress was cillc'd upon to enact a tnrlff law to restore the pros perity that had been bo successfully dispelled by fair years of Democratic rulo. Prosperity cutno nnd has lasted. Now the Democrats aro to have pnother "try" nt tariff making. What will como of It? Wo must wait and see. New York Herald. Tho proof of tho pudding Is not far away. A tariff revised downward along the lines of the reck less legislation of tho free trado majority In the Sixty-second Congress Is morally certain to-dispel prosperity. Will tho new tariff bo any more reas onable, any moro Intelligent, nnd moro conserva;- tio? Thero Is no reason to expect that It will Dut Wo must wait and seo. & NEWLY DEVELOPED RETICENCE Secretary William Jennings Bryan Is quoted hs saying thnt ho does not propose to put himself In tho position of offering any Ideas on legislative subjects, and thnt tho tariff has not been dlscisi cd between him nnd any members of tho Commlt teo on Ways and Mcnns. This Is welcome lev;, disposed to maintain silence on any subject, leait of nil tho tariff. Ono thing Is certain; tho less that gentleman has to do with tho new tariff the better for tho tariff. American Economist. j. .j. .j. Of course It Is to bo expected thnt politicians will get soro when tholr official acts nre questioned that Is If tho said nets are tit Ml shady. That Is why they havo It In for the newspapers to such an oxtcnt. But the newspapers will be found on the Job Just tho samo performing their par,t In protect ing tho Interests of the people hnd no matter how many threats are directed at editors and managers of newspapers, by officials who have personal axes to grind will deter n truthful exposition of the nets of public officials. i V l V i;t We trust our readers. will keep dally tabpn tho attitude of Democratic statesmen on; the tariff matter now before the special session of congress. We have Bald hi) along that tho Democrats wero pro tectlonlstB on all that they themselves produce ,but free traders for ihe other fellow. Just watcV the record and poll the Democrats. That's all that will be necessary. , , 4 , 'h ! 4 A sterling Democrat one of the "royal" stripe, who has held a county office, hnd ncted as Demo cratic County Chairman said tho other day, "What ever they do I hope they will not tako tho thrift off sugar." Truo to tho old charge "protection for mo nnd mine and freo trado for you nnd yourn." ., Ogden's police force Is getting some adver tising to go along with. Hnd tho culprits been cap turcd tho stinging words of criticism directed nt tho pollco department would have fallen to tho ground, out to make such a mess of It makes the charge hard to carry. Democratic National Committeeman Wallace seems to havo appropriated tho name ot "Sphinx" since his roturn from tho capitol whither ho went to Induce tho President ot tho United States to ap ply tho ax to federal officers In Utah. . .J. .J. $. I And now Michigan has como back to the no publican fold. Surely the way of the Progressive (?) Is hard. CO SLOW Go slow; go very slow, you men ,t , Who wield tho tariff ax, j nr Or you may loosen something that oil- Will dlslpcato your backs. Tho people, sirs, are In no mood To be deprived of work and food. Go slow. Don't think you own the earth Because you chanced to win; 'Twos only' by nn accident You managet to get In. Tho people aro against you seo? And by a big majority. Go slow go very Blow; bo wise, ' ' Don't fool around a saw, ' " A monkey tried that once, you .know, And quit it, shd and raw, ' '". Beware how you the tariff touch, . ,." Or, like tho monk, you'll bo '"In Dutch." ', 'f' Go slow; go very slow, , f Be careful what you do, For It you don't the mnn who works ru Will tan your hides for you. - (. Doomed you will bo to get the hook '", When once you robbed his pocketbook. ' Jack Wlloy- ,', THEY CUT THE WAGE8 DOWN 'f. Protection well protected all kinds of toiling men,'1 For It guaranteed high wages and they wero dap- py whon ' Their pay days came and they could meet all bills without a frown; Hut good times vanished, for the Dcm's Just carv ed tho tnrlff down. They enrved tho tariff down so far, all foreign workers cried, "Oh, wo have got them In h flxl" nnd It -was not denied. So bosses, fighting pauper pay In every alien town, Got square at homo with lightning speed nnd ,cut tho wages down. L In enmo tho pauper product, on came distress and J wreck; , Up came the business panic no Democrat could check; For ovorywhere, In evory, state, the bosses wero "done brown," And, finding they must sink or swim, they cut the wages down. Edmund Cecil Hibhl', -........ . j New York, April 2nd, 1913. 1 H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co., i Logan, Utah. j Shipping by todays express one hundred fifty Ladies' j ! pattern hats. Should arrive Monday, April 7th. j j SIGNED . J f ,., Purchasing Agent J V; 'The above telegram is self-explanatory. The hats have j j arrived and will be on sale at our store Wednesday j morning April 9th See Our Windows. I I This is positively the best line of hats ever shown in I I Logan. Price of any hat in the window only Five I j Dollars, No, more, no less. Be sure to see them I I AtTheH.G.HayballMerc.Co. i I lH Jc&B. El iiH iH H ,?QjfvfljHE9flHH H il IT wSfi ' ifSuiitBii u IB I (Hi lHHHBaaiaa Kjy 5pynght 1913 TtwHca7ol KuUnhrupg LniiBHiMiiHi I I Your personal appear- I I ance is at all times worthy of your I .1 careful, thoughtful, consideration. I I We have applied all of our I I past experience in the selection and purchase of I I the clothing which we now offer you, and I I in these Spring and Summer Styles from I I The House of I I Kuppenheimer I we believe that we have found clothes which will I I be not only pleasing to you, but which are so I I correct in every detail as to be depended upon to I 9 properly reflect your own particular personality. I You will find these good clothes 1 I advanced in style, but so splendidly tailored as I I , to easily maintain your ideal of good dressing. R 1 In other words, these are gentle- 1 I manly cloches in every sense of the word. We I , S offer them at prices well within reason and with I 91 . absolute confidence in the service they'll give you. I 1 I 20 30 I Howell Brotlicrssi!