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THUR8DAY APRIL 10 1913 THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN pAQE FVE
&irdciriwsTi
Modern house for rent. Call 285K. i
Bishop Oeorgo Stoddard of tho Le
Grande ward Is visiting In tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Parker of
Rcxburg, Idaho arc visiting In Lo
gan, guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
Thomas of tho Second ward.
4
. A marriage license was lssue'd'yes-
KjJ terday In Salt Lhko to Arthur L.
Bf Howard of Woods Cross and Maude
B M. Farcy of this city.
H
I The best garden hose that over
H canio to town. A. H. Palmer, tho
H Plumber. Advertisement tf
H Wo give a rahrtth hat with every
H suit wo sell. Nowbold the Clothier.
H Advertisement. 22
H
H Saturday special Regular 25c Hy-
H drogen Peroxide for 10c MtRiter Bros
H Drug Co. The Rexall Store. Adver-
Hj tlsement. ft12
sB
H "Birds of n feather flock together"
H and so do all the best coals. Clear
H Creek, Black Hawk, and Peacock.
H Austln-Hulme Coal Co. Tel 13. Ad-
H vertlscment. al2
H Thomhs Howarth of Franklin, one
H of the well-to-do ranchers of South-
H em Idaho, was In this city transact-
H lng business yesterday.' '
H Miss Flora RIchnrdBon of the Sec-
H ond ward nnd Mr. Ezra Allen of the
H Third ward were married In the Lo-
Hj gan t'emplo yesterday. A supper
H was served the newly weds last veve-
H nlng ht the homo of the bride's uncle
flj Mr. C. H. Baker of Second ward.
H Friday the couplo will leave for Salt
B Lake on a two weeks visit when they
B will return hero to make their homo.
B Electric Cleaner makes soiled wall
B phper look like now. 25c at niter
B Bros. Drug Co. Advertisement tf
B Suit has been Instituted by Oeorgo
B Wood against Robert B. McFarland
B and Ella W. McFhrlnnd. Tho com-
B plaint nlleges that thcro Is cue tho
B plaintiff $235, on a promlsory note,
B dated March 9, 1908. A sale of the
B retl estate which Is covered by a
B mortageg to sccuro the noto, Msked.
'J?3 GRAND80N DECLARES , .
""' ELDER OROZCO 18
H ALIVE AND WELL
fl Young Man Escaped From Sonora
B Only By Hard Riding
B Sttn Francisco, April 7. Pascual
Orozco Sr, head of tho Mexican houso
of Orozco, communicated with his
family March 30, according to .his
grandson, who arrived hero yesterday
having escaped from Mexico via No
gales, Ariz. Pascual Orozco III, son
of Gen." Pascual Orozco II., comman
der of tho Huorta army, declared
fhlse tho report that his grandfather
had been slain when ho went with
peace proposals from tho DIaz-Huer-to
reglmo to Gen. Emlllo Zapata.
It was when this report was made
public that General Orozco II. ac
cepted command of the Huerta army
and sworo vengeance on all Zapa
tistas. ".Our' family has heard from my
grandfather," said tho grandson last
night.
He met Zapata and his band at
Quebo, In the state of Morelos, on
March' 26. He presented his message
from President Huerta and reached
Cuernavaca, twenty-five miles away,
unmolested."
Only by six days, hard riding, did
young Orozco escape pursuers cent
out' by' General Maytoreha, governor
of' Sonora.
Orozco said he was hutntng In So
nora) when Maytorena learned that
Orozco II had accepted command of
Huerta's army, "and set, out to cap
ture' tho son.
i'Tho finest people of Mexico want
Porflrlo Diaz to return" declared
Orozco. "They see now the wisdom
of his methods.
"I believe the next president of
Mexico will be either Felix Diaz ,or
Itodolfo Roy'os, the son of tnat Ileyei
8 who was killed following tbp libera-
tlori of Felix Diaz." ' '
"2 Orozco said he expected to carry
g' through here certain negotiations,'
I tho naturo of which he would not
I disclose.
1 COUPLE SAVED BY ")y
FATE FROM FLOODS
I Salt Lake City, April 8. Prof,, J).,
8 Mack Is returning to his homo In Day
I ton," O., with the intention of rebuild-
I lng bis dwelling, which, ho tavi, was
K washed away and destroyed by the
M floods of tho Miami river. Mr. 'Mack
S and. his wife were, In , Los Angeles
B when the Dayton -deluge ffescendd'. '
B .IJhTlng no relatives lnDayton, tho
Macks remained In Los Angeles un
til the waters 'receded. A message
from Dayton Informed them that their
home had been demolishes
Tho Macks are at tho Scmloh Ho
tel. Mr. Mack says he considers It
'a favor of fortune that took them
away from Dayton Just In time to
miss the hardships and dangers of
death.
"It Is the first time that I or my
wife have ever come ns far west as
the Rockies. Wo decided about tec
flrs of February to make our lnltUl
trip to tho Pacific coast and about
two wcoks later were on our wcy.
We wero Just planning to return
when tho news of the flood reached
us, and, being without cnildren or
relatives In Dayton, wo decided to
watt In Los Angeles until tho trouble
was over," he says.
"Wo feel that we havo had a
mighty good streak of luck and do
not mourn the loss of our Homo tho
'least bit. We are able to build an
other one without straining ourselves
financially, nnd, whllo wo read with
many misgivings and heart throbs
the distressing tales of the Hardships
tho sufferers were undergoing In our
home town, we rejoiced In tho act of
providence that took us nwny," says
'Mr. Mack.
The two Daytontans will leavo this
afternoon to contlnuo their Journey
homeward1.
THE RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN MENTALITY
' AND MOTOR ABILITY
Another Interesting experiment In
the education department or the Brig
hhm Young College was made on one
hundred and eleven pupils of tho
public schools of Logan City by W.
L. Skldraore, and reported In detail
to the class In Genetic Pnychology.
Tho problem was to fine whether
thcro Is any correlation between men"
tality nnd motor ability.
Mr. Skldmore compared the num
ber of taps made by each pupil In
fifteen seconds with the class record
of ench pupil, and found that those
making tho greatest number of. taps
also had tho highest class record.
In tho second grndo those who had
a class record of 90 per cent made
C9 taps and those who haa 80 per
cent made C8 tnps. In tho fourth
gradothQ8ewhohad a- class record
of 90 per cent made 8C taps, and
thoso who had 70 per cent made 94
taps and tho3o who had 70 per cent
mado 85 taps. In tho elgnth grade
thoso who made a clasB record of 90
per cent mado 99 tnps nnd those who
had 70 per cent made 95 taps.
Two conditions are found to ba
truo. First there Is nn increase In
tho number of taps with an Increaso
In ago; and sdcbnd, tho pupils who
can mako the greatest number of
tops aro genernlly the brightest pup
ils, whllo thoso who mako tho few
est number of tnps aro tho most back
ward pupils.
This experiment tends to show a
general correlation of mentality and
motor ability. This being true, the
motor unfolding of children Is of
great Importance In education. Tho
free active Ufo of children should bo
provided for If not urged. Tho cus
torn of having children sit porfectly
still for hours In school Is deroga
tory to the most rapid unfolding of
their mentality.
AGED LADY WANDER8
FROM HOME
Continued from page one '
and face were a mass of Mood from
wire cuts and bruises and her cloth
ing was almost In shreds.
From the circumstances In the case
she had walked fully 10 miles when
found by Mr. Haws and broug'ht homo
Mr. Ballard did not become alarm
ed about her absence Sunday even
ing thinking she had decided to stay
all night, but on Inquiry In tho morn
ing ho learned that aho had loft for
his home at 9 o'clock In the evening.
He then began a search about town
for her to no avail, nnd was In tho
net of organizing a searching party
to scour th fields to ehe noreh when
sho was brought' back by Mr. Haws.
f,,She was provided with dry cloth
ing and put to bed, and when asked
where she had been, replied that she
'had been running wild during tho
wh.ole'njght. At Inst reports she was
resting quietly, but still suffering
from some strange delusion.
y 'Sunday afternoon a mass meeting
of.thefcltlzens of Newton wag, called
, by County Commissioner Jamess J.
Melkle for the purpose o( coming to
an understanding relative to rlght
i of-wny to" the new bridge site. The
i peoplo were given to understand that
: 'unless they would transfer to the
i county a deed ,for tho right-of-way,
' necessary for such 'Improvement the
u .proposed bridge could -hot ibe built aa
I their funds would not nllow for moro
i than tho coat of tho brldgo and grad
I lng. After somo discussion tho citi
zens decided in favor of local pur
chase, and a commlttco consisting of
tho following citizens was named to
take tho matter In hand: John E.
Grimn, chairman; M. C. Illgby, W.
R. Ballard, James P. Hansen, Geo.
L. Jones, and Andrew Peterson.
These gentlemen will go over tho
proposed right of way and nlnko ap
praisement of Its value and will then
negotiate with present owners for
Its sale and transfer to tho county.
They are also omppwercd to solicit
funds to pay thor'cost of tho right of
way. Tho property owners Involved
are: George C. Rtgby, James A.
Hansen and tho Estate of tho late
Jonas Beck. Evidently If wo want
a now bridge It Is up to us to pro
vldo this now right of way. Slnco
wo do want and need it badly, It be
comes tho duty of every citizen to
como to the support of tne commlttco
when they como nround and ask for
funds wherewith to mako the ne3f
sary purchase Let us havo a shorter
road to th0 Junction.
Fast day services" Sunday were not
very well attended on nccount of
conference In Salt Lake City.
A week ago Wednesday In the Lo
gan temple, tho ceremony wns ir
formed which united In marriage Mo
roni P. Jenkins and Miss Mary L.
Hansen, two of Newton's popular
young folks. Their mnny friends ex
tend congratulations and may ttnlr
embarkation In tho good Bhip "Matri
mony" bo a long and happy one. They
will make their home In Newton.
,Mr. Ernest and George Ecklun.l
will leave this week to en
ter the employ of the Utah Light &
Power company In the construction
of the new power lino on the wes.t
side of the valley.
Mrs? Laura Z. Sloan returned on
Monday morning from Salt Lake
City whero sho had gonj to attend
conference nnd visit with friends.
Mrs. Anna M. Ralph took advan
tage of conference- tlmo to mako h
hurried visit home, going down on
Frldny afternoon and returning on
Sunday night.
Bishop and Mrs. M. 0. Rlgby
wero conference visitors to Salt i-.n',c
City.
Mrs. Phlneas Tempest, mother of
Mrs. John Benson Is making a short
visit with her daughter. i.
Relief Society meeting Monday win
well attended by the slslors Slated
Sloan gave n report of conference)
proceedings. a
Mr. W. H. Grimn Sr, ami- son
David, went to conference, returning
Sunday evening', ' -i ' " ;fl
Mrs. George Booth of Dewey vllle,
enmo over last Tuesday a week-o
to spend a fow days with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. John Grimn. rj
Mr. E. H. Cooley and Mr. Jojin
Grlflln wore conference visitors 'o
Salt Lake last week, returning $uh
day night. "t
Mr. .John'E. Grlflln was a. Logan
visitor Monday last, to attend the
meeting of he school board.
Mr. Junius Jenkins wns a Salt Lake
visitor during, conference week, u
Mr. and Mra. Fred Frenerlckson
entertained Sunday afternoon and
evening. 'An excellent supper was
served. Covers were laid for eight.
All of tho students from college
were home for their spring vacation
during conforenco week Among them
were Amos Griffin, Ruby Rlghy, Ru
Ion Rlgby, Archie Jenkins and1 Madia
Jenkins. '''
Mr. John Jenkins and wife. Maryt
were conference visitors ht the .cap
Itol during conference week.' Th'oy
report an enjoyable time while' away.
Baseball activities have begun.. The
boys are drilling every day. An ef
fort Is being put forth to prohibit
Sunday games, and is meetirig tVjth
support from the boys. yr,
Mr. J. W. Chrlstensen ls slowly
recovering from an Illness or several
months duration. His many friends
will be pleased to hear of hfscom
pleto recovery. .r
It Ib reported that Moses Christen
s.en will move his family back," to
Newton this spring. 4
Many of the young men or Newjton
will leave Bhortly for their ranches
In Idaho a few bright days are need
ed to dry tho roadthbeforo they wish
to start out.
Men and teams are wanted by the
Light- & Power company. Apply .it
tho plant near Wheelon siding In the
cany'oi).'
There Is much upeculatton, as to
who will become our noxt poatnjaster'
now that our present onelhiBrei
signed. We certainly wish shi could
have continued. V t
The Newton Gon club went to
Cache Junction Saturday d had a
practlco meet with tho cIud at that
place, the scoro was as follows:
Cache Junction Squad
J. P. Murphy 22
Harryman j,., 2t
E.Ecklund f;1.. 16
E. Jensen ....,.,.!...., t is
,BoSmlth...,;.....f,..i'..'...'r.'. 2H
'Vi8 hi H .. ''
Total 94
Newton Squad
1 James S Hnuccy 17
Jesse Barker 13
John Hnnsen 19
A. A. Johnson 17
Parley Peterson 10
Total 82
The sixth And seventh gracs gave
the eighth grade their annual enter
tainment Inst Friday night. Tho nf
fair was ery successful and tho
idudents must be congratulated. Tho
honored guests wero bonrd memberB
John E. Grimn and wife, and Princi
pal A, A Johnson nnd wire. Re
freshments of snndwlches, punch. Ice
cream, cake, candy nnd nuts were
served. Program and games took up
the evening
IRON FENCING
Wo make the latest nnd the best
for all purposes. Wo havo a few Iron
I galea on hand, tho very best for tho
money. LUNDAHL &. SON, Logan
Advertisement. x aS
LEGAL NOTICES
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
NOTICE.
In the District Court t'rubate DIM
ilon. in mill fur Cache Couuty, Stuti
1 of Utah
JN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF
THE STATE O" UTAH, IN
AND FOR THfc COUNTY
'" OF CACHE.
Consult County Clerk or the Re spec
' live Slguers for further mtormatlon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Marian Hurst, Deceased
Creditors will present claims with
Vouchers to tho undersigned nt his
residence In North Logan, County of
'Cache, State of Utah, on or before
he twelfth (12th) day of August, A.
D.,1913.
'! Date of first publication, April 10,
1913.
A. R. HURST,
Administrator
NEBEKER, THATCHER
AND BOWEN,
, Attorneys.
Advertisement. mlO
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n Woman.
To think of a part ono little woman
can piny In the life of n man, bo that
to renounce her may bo a very good
Imitation of heroism, nnd to win her
may be a discipline! Georgo Eliot
Success and Failure,
f It Is sometimes hard to find out
just how the man who 1b successful has
managed to succeed, but It Is alwayB
.easy to seo why failure comes to thoso
'who fall.
Garrulous Lady.
Tom Hood, on hearing tho piety of
a very loquacious lady spoken of,
said: "Yes, she 1b well known for her
magplety."
t
wo tin Knowing.
' When running curtain rods through
thin curtains placo a thimble on tho
end of the rod to prevent It from
catching In the material.
Somo of Napolson's Monuments.
' When Napoleon was at St. Helena
a companion asked htm one day about
his treasures. "They are enormous."
,the omparor replied, "but In full view.
Here they are: The splendid harbor
of Antwerp, that of Flushing, the
Jdocks and dlkoB of Dunkirk, of
Havre, of Nice; the gigantic harbor
of Cherbourg; the harbor works of
Venice; the great roads from Ant
werp to Amsterdam, from Mainz to
Metz, from Bordeaux to Bayonne;
the passes of the Slmplon, of Mont
Cenls, of Mont Genevre, of the Cor
niche, that give four openings through
thu Alps. The roads from the Py
rennes to the Alps, from Parma to
iSppzzla, from Savona to Piedmont;
.the bridges of Jena. Austerlltz, of
Sevres; the canal from tho Rhine to
theRhono; the canal that Joins the
'schn'dt nnd tho Somme "
a-H so he goes on, , recounting the
tiulldlng of waterways and roads as
hls lasting monuraentB.
1 Waterways and roads wouldn't be
oad for the present generation to
! leavo to Its successors.
"St. Sophia" a Misnomer.
Soma may have wondered who was
(the Bt Sophia who gave her name to
tne great church at Constantinople. It
la, not named after a saint at, all, Its
oorreet' designation, Agta Sophia.
, meaning "House of Divine Wisdom.
Aeoording to tradition an angel In
tprred this name. Shortly 'after the
t, foundation of the church had been
laid by Justinian, a boy set to watch
the worfcnea's tools was visited by a
(celestial figure with wings reaching
to heaven. Oo and tell the emperor,"
commanded the angel, "that this
church is to be named The House of
' Divine Wtaoom,' " and on hearing the
boy's story Justinian obeyed the an
, gello 'command.
WILL RELIEVE COMMON ILLS
Simple Home Remedies That May Be
Means of Preventing 8erlous
Attack of Sickness.
Thcro Is n happy medium botweon
suffering in sllenco nnd haunting n
doctor's olllco. Tho drug habit Is not
admirable, but equally foolish Is It to
let Ills become Illness.
Hero nro a fow stioplo home reme
dies, harmless, generally effoctlvo and
Inexpensive.
A bad cold can often bo broken It a
teaspoonful of powdered ginger In a
eup of hot milk Is taken at tho first
symptom.
Another quick euro Is a half ten
spoonful each of blcarbonato of soda
and aromatic spirits of ammonia ta
ken In a 1ml f cupful of hot water a
soon nB you feel the cold.
A bad headacho can often bo cured
by drinking a half glass of cold water
In which has boen squeezed tho Jutco
of half a lemon and n half teaspoonful
of soda.
Bruises and cuts can hnvo no hotter
treatment than to apply turpontlno lm-
medlatoly. It will sting, hut It will
euro. Cloths wrung from turpontlno
nnd hot wntor can bo frequently np-
piled. For a cold In tho chost rubbing
with turpontlno and lard Ib oxcellont
For a burn thcro Is nothing better
than enrrom oil, which Is nothing moro
thnn equal parts of linseed oil nnd
Umo water.
To prevent Infection In n cut porox '
'do should bo applied at once. Equal
ly good Is pure alcohol. Boston Globo
Laugh and Grow Fat.
Dcmocrltus, who was always laugh
ing, lived one hundred and nlno
years; Hcraclltus, who never ceased
crying, only sixty. Laughing, then, Is
best, and to laugh at another Is per
fectly Justifiable, since we are told
that tho gods themselves, though they
made us as they pleased, cannot help
laughing at us.
8o They Danced After All.
At tho conference of orthodox rab
bis held In London Inst March a reso
lution waB adoptod discouraging danc
ing on the ground that "tho prnctlco
of dancing men with women Is con
trary o good morals." Now York
Tribune.
Uncle Pennywlse.
Undo Pennywlso says: "I don't
suppoBo a rich woman feels any par
ticular gratification when sho gots a
now pair of shoes." Kansas City Jour,
nal.
Willie Wise. $
Sunday School Teacher And what 'lH
should wo do after brcnklng a com-
mandment, WillloT Willie Muzzle 'sH
do papers and hlro a good lawyer. Jl
jB
A thaukful heart Is not only tho H
greatest virtue, bat the parent of all H
other virtues. Cicero. H
As courage la pre-eminently tho vlr-.
tuo of men, bo It Ib tho vlrtuo which
most powerfully challenges tho re-,'
spect nnd emulatlbh of men. 'And It'
deserves this pro-cmlnenco, for It Is; H
nlBo the vlrtuo which gives security'
to all the other virtues. Lowell. ' H
Uharptnlr.g Scissors.
Tho simplest way of sharpening H
scissors 1h to take a knlfo and cut
away at tho back of It, nB It you wish- , H
ed to cut tho blade of tho knife In , H
two with tho scissors. Do this ten or :
twelvo times. Tho effect Is marvelous. H
Tho poker can take tho placo of a H
KllleTby Kick" of Oxtrlch. 1
'An ostrich attacked a shepherd of j H
Stolslako, Orango River Colony, a few H
days ago, and kicked htm so severely H
that ho died a few hours later. H
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K&Ly.Y- v&Ol Refinement, and always com- !
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Jvf' J her preferred perfume in our il
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