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1 I H ft t .AOE FOUR E L0QAN REPUBLIC TUESDAY OCTOBER 2) .. I i" - THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN' y i BBJil J Publlihed By The I n LOGAN NEWSPAPER COMPANY B I LOGAN, UTAH BBJ j, H 1 BBj t.; Official Republican Organ of Cache H !' ? County, Utah. BBl i J ,! f '. ; Entered at the post offlco overy Tues- BBJ ' i day, Thursday nnd Saturday, at Logan BBJ I Utah, as second class matter. H.J SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 I ' By Mall BBJ; 1 ' Ono Year 3'. BBJ' J j. Six Months 1-GO BBJ , Three Months "5c fl. By Carrier K Ono Year 13.60 BBJ Six Months l-"r Hi' , Thrco Months 90c BBJ 1 ' It not paid In advance, add 60 cants BB per year. H BBJ! Subscribers wishing address of paper BBB' ( changed will plenso give former as BBS . well ns present address. All papers BBJ rc continued until explicit ordor Is , received to discontinue All arrearn Bl) ' ' must bo paid In overy case. BBBBBI i Hl ' 1 THE PRIMARY ELECTION BBB ' I So far as the campaign for tho BB I ' Primary election Is concerned, It Is S ' J practically over. Today Is election i day. Nearly every voter has made f j up his mind ns to his choice of can- H ' I didates. Tho days of tho old braBS IB band methods of campaigning, It B II ,' would seem, have gone so far as I-o- B I gan Is concerned and hereafter In the BBB h matter of municipal elections, under B j I present law It appears that candidates BBB '' , for office will he forced to wage own BBB j fight for election and upen his fit- B nesB for the office, his platform of B ' principles as to tho best policies of H ( municipal government, ho wll have H to take his chances with the people. B j They will be the sole judges. B j ' The campaign so far has been con- B i ducted in n clean, gentlemanly way. B . Somo fow inuendos have been B i i thrown nt tho present administration H j ' j by certain of the candidates who aro 1 i not in sympathy with somo of tho ' extravagant policies which have char, acterlzed tho administration. Tho j present commissioners hnvo not work- H ' i ed well together. Tho people gencr- H ally concede this fact and naturally B tho citizens and taxpayers who aro J i not In sympathy with discord and B ' contention havo trotted out candl- B dates whom they believe will not bo B at cross purposes in matters of pub- BBBJ i lie Importance. Tho records of tho BBBJ present commission relative to a bet- B 'I ' ter water Bystem is before us. Tho B ' commission has wrangled for two J years over tho best way of securing BBBJ a pure water supply. Wo still have BBBJ the system wo started with two years K ago. Tbero has been a scramble for BBBJ street paving for years past. Mud BBBJ j Is still hub deep on many of our prln- B vi cipal streets. Somo merchants have BBBJ jj asked tlmo and again for tho adoption BBBJ J , of n uniform, "Whito way" lamp post. BBB I '' This, as wo understand It, is a matter BBBJ; I j yet to bo determined. A demand for BBM , i'; sewer extension in different parts of B f t the city htiB been mado but no ways BBBJ 1 r and means lmvo been devised for BBBJ ' ' meeting theso demands. A fow streets BBB J K nave received attention with small BBBJ J repairs it Is true, but thero has been BBBB i f universal dissatisfaction on account BBfl j of the overhead expense In the street BBBB j ! department. Somo of those who are BBfl I J. now asking to be elected to tho of- BBBB I nee of mayor and commissioner have BBB j i j E,ven their views on theso Important BBBB ' I j matters. Some of the candidates dls- BBBB I cuss theso problems with Intelligence and others discuss them with but lit- BBBB tie knowledge of municipal govern. BBB , menu The candidates aro now be- BBfl 1 fore the people. The voters should BBBB therefore not fall to go to tho polls BBBB , I t0lay and cast their ballot for the BBBB raen of their choice iiiH JU JL. J. H I THE NEW CURRENCY BILL BBBB The Missouri Valley Farmer thinks BBBB , the President's now currency bill the BBBB work of n "master po'It'clan." It BBBB looks upon It as "car-ylng tho cen- BBBBL trallzatton of power to the limit nnd BBBBk to be contrary to tho fundamental BBBBRl principled of democracy." Tno Farm- BBBBJi er writes as follows: BBBB Whatever you may think of tho BBBB, I new currency bill, It must bo con- BBBB ' ceded a master politician had to BBBB lo with its construction. BPBB In tho first placo it throws a sop BBBBJ to the old-tlrao PopulUt by mak- BBBBE '"K tho new currency to bo Issued BBBBf a government currency. Ho bo- PBM' Uoved that it U the function of BBBBf tho govornmont to issuo all of tho BBBV money and In this hill he believes BBBBJ that ho 1ms at least galnod a point PBR by getting a law that reaulros tho BBBBJ government to print and distribute BBBBL tho currency to tho banks. At tho BBBBB' , j "" time tho gold standard man BBBBB;,, j lH Pretty well eatlsflod because the BBBBVi ') ul Provides that the currency Is to BBBBBKi . be redeemed In gold. The nation- PBB- j ' j nI banker who had Invested In two BBBBKjl ft Per cent bonds on which bis bank notes woro- based is to bo taken caro of by permitting blm to ex change his tw0 por cent bonds for thrco per cent bonds, so that ho will not loso by tho depreciation of his 2 por cent bonds. Tho rabid anti-Wall street man Is mado to bo llevo that tho new bill will clip tho wings of tho Wall street money power by preventing tho accumula tion of bank reserves in tho Now York banks. Tho theory bolng that the reserves will bo scattered about in tho twelvo regional re serve banks provided ior In tho bill, This still leaves tho objection that tho control of the hanks nnd through them tho busless of the country will ho centered In a hoard of seven men, nil of them appoint ed by tho president. This seems to bo carrying tho centralization, of power to tho limit and to bo contrary to tho fundamental prln clp'e of democ-ncy. A great,, many Democratic members of congress spoke with grent vigor and bitter ness against tho bill, but tho pow er of the party caucus was Invoked to hold them In line nnd It held them. The bill gives to this board a greater power than that possessed by any other board In tho United States. If this power Is honestly and wisely used no harm will re sult. If the board should happen to be mado up of ven either cor rupt or unwise the harm would b9 tremendous. Well after all turning the entire control of banks over to seven men appointed by tho President is going Borne Isn't It? Would not that be some machine? Well, rather. V V V REFORMATION FAR AFIELD Helen L. Wood of Chicago, who could not get a husband If sho had u net, and a gun, a lariat ami n sponge ful of chloroform but who wou'd bo a heap qulter if she had one declares at Oalesburg, Illinois, that tho W. C T. U. "will never rest as long as there nro any harems of the Mormon sect remaining." Hut why partial nr izo Mormons? Helen Is gunning for cripples when thero is good gamo nearer home. Thero aro not any "harems of tho Mormon sect," and never have been. Thero were plural marriages among the Mormons, but the harem charac ter did not attach. And if Helen could win as a husband ono of theso sons of Slormon polygamy that I could pick for her, sho would bo as happy as a c'am and as still. Ilut I would shoot him before I would let him ma-ry her. Thero Is not enough polygamy to hurt, and long boforo Helen mnrrles nnd settles down, It will have passed entirely Into history. Dut thero are harems for her disturbing, nnd sho can reach them on tho trolley cars from any point in Galesburg. She may Join them or reform them. But sho enn not honestly ignoro them. And her coupling 'Morraonlsm, -white slavery, cocaine, and othor institu tions of ovll' In an address to an American nudlcnco proves her Illinois tendency to protect homo Industry, even If sho does have to set up bogy men In tho course of her cnmpalgn. In Illinois thero nro moro men con fessing ono wife and supporting .wo than over hnvo been in Utah. And Helen's activities are In part suppos ed by the contributions she knows corao from them. It may bo popular but It Is no hon est to do all your reforming away from homo. Goodwin's Weekly. Zm Jt 8MARTING OVER BLUNDER Tho following Is tho latest from tho Salt Lake Trlbuno: Tho Logan Republican grumbles because Tho Tribune welcomes Caqho county (among other) people "ns good friends In general and es j peclally as good friends In trndo." j Well, what'a the matter with that? ( Tho "Old grouch" Is evidently still i smnrtlng over tho blunder it mndo nt conference tlmo whon It wolcompd tho country folk to Salt I.ako us "good friends In gonornl and espe cially ns GOOD FRIENDS IN TRADE" and Incidentally touched up our homo merchants In tho following language: I Conforenco visitors nro welcomed to Salt Lake to buy in tho cheap est market, tho one which nffords tho greatest variety of cholco and tho fullest supply of all things neod ful. those articles of merchandise which thoy stand In need of at home, and are not ablo to buy to ns good advantage In tholr homo communities. .i- j. j. -r -i- r THE CURRENCY BILL It would appear that In tho oug- gested changos, and In tho questions at Issuo between tho bankers and the loaders of tho dominant party thore Ms Tuning which is not open to hon est differences of opinion Tho bank ers havo accepted many features of tho mcasuro, and It Is by no means Impbsslblo for tho Administration and tho financial interests to agree on others nnd thus bring to pass a much desired mcasuro of currency reform. Ilut If tho authorities approach the question in tho spirit that tho banks must accept overythlng In tho bill as It passed tho House, It may be Inferred from the action of 700 coun try bankers who at a meeting at Boston adopted a resolution against certain features of tho bill that the mcasuro may fall. Success depends wholly upon tho banks which In unit ing with tho now system nnd giving it vitalizing forco, aro called upon to nllenate much capital. N. Y. Evening Sun. THE DISAPPOINTED There are songs enough for the hero, Who dwells on tho heights of fame, I sing for tho disappointed For those who have missed their aim. I sing with a tearful cadance, For ono who stands In the dark. And knows that his last best arrow, Has bounded back from tho mark I sing for the breathless runner, Tho eager, anxious soul, Who falls with strength exhausted, Almost In sight of the goal. For tho hearts that break In silence, With a sorrow all unknown; For those who need companions, Yet walk their way alone. There are songs enough for the lovers Who share love's tender pain; I sing for the one whose passion, Is given all In vain. For those whose spirit comrades Have missed them on tho way, I sing, with n heart o'erflowlnj, This minor strain today. And I know tho Solar System, Must somewhere keep In space, A p-lzo for that spent runner, Who barely., lost the race. Fcr tho pain would bo imperfect, Unless It held somo sphere, Tbnt paid for the toll and talent, And lovo thnt aro wasted here. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. THE MAN WITH A PULL Ho boasts not h high education,' Nor useless colleglato degrees, His promotion to honor and station Was gnlned without cither of thoso. Yo savants nnd classical scholars, Of science and learning chock full, Stand asldo from Ills shower of dol lars. For hero comes the man with a "pull." Ho owns tho wholo district ho lives In M' This prominent porson of weight, His party ho always believes In Provided It pays all tho freight. His knowledge Is not so extensive, His clothes aro tho best all wool, And his living Is h'gh and oxponslve, liecniiso ho Is tho man with n "pull." He's not vory strong on orations, Of such he has no time to think, Save when ho suggests 'tween po tatlons, "Step up to .the bar, hoys and drink I'll need nil yor lielp next elqctlon To carry this district In full, Then I'll fix overy wan to perfec tion" And they cheer for tho man with a "pull.1' l Are you out of a Job? to procure It, No matter In daylight or dark, A bit of h note will secure It i With this gentleman's nnmo and his merk. At n'ght he plnys poker and faro And shoots what Is known ns "tho bull." Ho Is surely Now York's local "hayro" Tho popular man with a "pu'I." r r 'f NORTHWEST NOTES An clovator of 60,000 bushels ca paclty will bo effected at Dillon, Mon tnna, vory soon. Tho body of Georgo W. nickel, nged C9, was found In a ditch nt Reno, Novnda. Death by accidental drowning was tho verdict of tho cor oner's Jury. Socialists of Reno, Novndn, appear ed before tho city council recently and asked tho city fathers to closo tho saloons of tho rostricted district. John F. Hlttlo, a veteran locomot Ivo onglneor of tho sovonth dlstrVt of the Union Pacific, was shot mid MUed nt his ranch north of Rock Springs by George Hlttle. Thero wero noarly 24,000 visltorn to the Yellowstono National park this sea8on This surpasses In num. ber all previous year's except the years of tho Seattlo nnd Portland ex positions.. Tho Churchill county fair, held at Fallon, Novnda, recently was one f j tho most successful showing? of pro ducts of tho county in tho five years ' since the fhlr has been n notable fen ture in tho state. ! Montana as a hunter's paradise, is j well as a fishing heaven will be j boosted this year for the flrat time In the hunting and fishing sporting j booklets Issued by tho Union Pacific and Oregon Short Line roads. Big livestock shipments are begin ning from Nevada to the coast mir kets. The season Is opening uome what later than last year, but pionv lses to Increase In volume rapidly nn.l o exceed the shipments of 1912. Heavy and killing frosts wero gen eral over the state of Nevada during the pad week, according to reports received nt the Reno weather bureau with Reno weather slightly lower than normal, especially during the fore part of the week. Governor Stewart of Montana has Issued a proclamation urging millili ters, fraternal organizations and all who nro bonded together for the im provement of mankind to unite und mnke "Purity Sunday,' November 9, a day of thought and study. A train emerging from a tunnel near Callente, Nevada, ran Into n handcar carrying section workers of the line. Al the men Jumped except P. Pidro who was caught by the train tnd killed. His hend was severed fiom tho body, which also wag bad-, ly mangled. Fifteen Reno contractors in the building trades of Reno met last week with two of the members of the Ne vada Industrial commission and their secretary and after discussing t'Je application of tho workmen's compensation net' arrived at a better understand'ng of its provisions. J n I'tv Is on the Increase among the hog growors of Idaho because of tho ravages of cholera. The scourge s worse In other westorn states not ably Montana, than in Idaho, but the conditions In some sections of this state are so bad that tho best in formed in the matter nro worried. Charged with bigamy, Donald Wells a bridegroom of twenty-four hours nnd a formo- Salt Lake, Snn Francis co nnd Denver newspaper man, was arrested at East Las Vegas, N. M. on complaint of H. J. Wright of Rnton, N. M., Btepfather of bride No. 2." Wells Is said to havo n wlfo and baby In Denver. Mrs. Edward Hardlsty was gored by a cow near Molrose, Montana. Mrs Hardlsty hearing tho cries of her lit tle son, Johnny, found him attacked by the cow with a newly born calf. Sho rushed to his assistance, seizing the animal by tho horns and was thrown down and trampled and gored by tho Infuriated animal. Postal authorities are searching for John D. Cowan until his disap pearance a few days ngo postmaster at Cowan, Montana, and now charged by the postjjfrice department with having wrongfully Issued $1300 In money orders which ho sold to mer chants at Malta nnd other points and with having taken $166 belonging to the government when he disappeared. The peoplq of Bittor Root valley, Montana, are up In arms about tho kljllng of fish In tho Bitter Root river. They sny that tho Bitter Root river bed near Stevensvllle Is almost a- solid mass of dead fish and that hundreds aro floating on the water. Not nil of tho fish have been poisoned declare the fishermen, but mnny have been killed by shooting with cans filled with lime. Fearful that the I. W. W. would again attack 'Diamond Jack' Davis, whom thoy failed to deport, tho po lice of Butto smuggled him out of town and he went to Salt Lake, one of the men who attacked Davis and wis slashed with n knife may die. Tho Oregon abatoment law, nn ex perimental meaBuro passed by tho last legislature and designed to drive dis orderly houses out of business, hns been uptield by tho state circuit court. George W. Andrews for tho Inst flvo years genornl agent of tho pas senger department of tho Pacific Const Steamship company nt Seattlo, died recently, of lirlghfs disease, aged 69. Mr. Andrews was woll known nmong transportation men on tho Pacific coast nnd in tho mlddlo west . Approximately 130,000 or 35 por cont of tho government's recolpts last year from grazing fees on tho national foreats of Montana, goes Into tho state for schools and roads, accord'ng to nn announcement by tho U. S. forest sorvlco. I "I lmvo beon somowhat costlvo, but Doan's Itegulots gavo Just tho rosultB desired. Thoy net mildly and regulate tho bowels perfectly." George B. Krauso, 300 Wnlnut Avo., Altoona Pa. Advertisement. FIRES vON "CATHOLIC PRELATE ;- . Harbor Grace, N. P.( Oct. 19. While conducting mass today, Bishop March, a Roman Catholic priest, wa fired upon by James Hare, believed to be insane. One shot grazed tho head of tho bishop, wounding him slightly., Anothor Bullet burled itself In the altar. Bishop March continued tho services nfter a physician had bound up his head. When your food does not digest well and you feel "blue" tired and discouraged you should use a little HERBINE at bedtime. It opens the bowels, purifies the system and res tores a fine feeling of health and en ergy. Price 50c Sold by Hlter Bros Drug Co. Advertisement. The changeable wcathwot B fall brings on coughs and cow,5,?' M havo a weakening effect on the , BH tern and may become chronic r Foley'a Honey and Tar CwJ It has a very soothing and healing.,' feet on the Irritated and Inflamed, " BB passages, and will help qUckly , BBj Is a well known family medtcine'.b ! H gives results. Co-Operatlvo Brut c. BB Advertisement. BB Neuralgia of tho face, should, I hands or feet requires a powerful tl Vfl medy that wilt penetrate the tlH a3 BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT a H sessce that power. Rubbed in W H the pain Is felt Is all that Is neceis H to relieve suffering and restore nor BB mhl conditions. Price 26c, 60o m ' per bottle. Sold by Rlter Bros, Dro, H Co. Advertisement. BB THE TICKET AS IT WILL APPEAR I AT THE PRIMARIES I OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT. I CANDIDATES FOR NOMINATION I FOR I MAYOR, CITY COMMISSIONER I AND AUDITOR I OF I Logan City, Utah I AT THE I Primary Election, October 21st 19131 . -j , . I FOR MAYOR JOHN Q. ADAMS PJ R. F. ALLEN " '' fl LOUI8 8. CAROON fl J. H. MARSHALL 3 PRE8TON A. THATCHER (Vote For One) x FOR COMMISSIONER FOR THE FOUR YEAR TERM JAME8 LARSEN THOMA8 G. LOWE A. G. LUNDSTROM MOSES MUIR PETER C. NEL80N (Vote For One) FOR AUDITOR WILLIAM EVANS, JR. I ' 1 (Vote For One Official Ballot Attest: SEAL MAE BENSON CITY RECORDER, "i " . .... , HEALTH HINT In rainy weather wehr rubbers and chango your shoes after reaching the house. A not footbath will keep you from cold and rheumatism. , Apply Iodine Tincture on chest and back during nights to proent coughs during the change of seasons. , BJkJL Fall is here and with it a i ,afiaiKW rapid change in Temper- I 3 5 5 5 S S sr aturc. Provide for it and J 0Xt- Ji Prcvcnt troubles. Whenever m 'VruSc yu or yur am''y cc' siC Jfifflfl-rn sec us' ' ' seems serious (l Vxv'IsSI wc'" direct you to a good I wmjmmWi physician, if it isn't we'll j nPO'Lll finJ t,lc Rcmedy A scason m j fWj m able preparation, for sprains, ml vyJ Jf ji Y& bruises, chilblain, etc. ,J 9 fl J. Family Liniment 25 nnd fL- - f 50c a bottle. CO-OP DRUG COMPANY "The Prescription Store."