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TUE8DAY NOVEMBER 30 1915 - PArrr FIVE Cl
THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN . PAPE Flvb H,
LOCAL NEWS I
I Buick and Dodge Autos
I
Mr. C. 0, Warrington la visiting
with hla family for a few clays.
i m -
TOYLAND NOW OPEN AT H. G.
HAYBALL MERCANTILE CO. Adv
m Mrs. Thomas Hendricks of Cove
was shopping In Logan yesterday.
I)', J. Shaw, spent Sunday In Og
den with friends.
Prof. George IJ. Hendricks of Uio
U. A. C, 6pent tho weok end In
Salt Lako City.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar- Mltcholt left
yesterday for their farm In Hansel
valley. Thoy have hcen hero since,
the Mitchell wedding unnlvorsary.
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Thorcscn an
nounces the engagement of their
daughter, Hlva Vnlone, to Joseph W.
Drlnghurst. Tho ninrrlago will tako
placo at an early date Salt Lako
Tribune.
County Agent Lorln Merrill of Se
vere county, has been spending tho
Thanksgiving holidays In Logan ar
janglng with Dr. E. G. Peterson and
Prof. John T. Caino, III, tho pro
gram of tho Monroo Roundup held on
Janunry 11 to 22.
Overland Automo
biles Satisfy.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Lndlcs Aid has hcen postponed
from 'Wednesday, December 1 to Wed
nesday December 8, when Mrs. War
rlngton and Mrs. Anderson will en
tertain at tho Phllado'phla confer
ence homo.
i w
Mr. Nolan, tho mining expert, who !
took to maiket tho car load of zinc
oro from tho Charles Mnughan and j
Co., mlno nt Hyrum, has returned ,
with a neat llttlo sum of monojv with ,
which to settle up tho company's In
i dcModncso and to push tho work of
3 mining more ore.
.
Make Harris the man who assault
ed tho woman nt Smlthflcld, la not a
Greek, says G113 Carras, tho tailor,
who has acted as an Interpreter. Mr.
Carras says Harris Is a Turk nnd is
n Biltlsh subject. Ho speaks Greek
fluently, however, nnd won d easily bo
takon for a Greek.
Milton K. Sotterwall, 23 years of
ago, nephow of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Eck
lund of Nowton, died November 2C
at 12 o'clock following an Illness of
only four days caused by hemorrhag
es. Mr. Sottorwall's body was tak
eu to his homo In Jamestown, Now
York Monday morning, accompanied
by Mr. Fritz Ecklund.
C. C, Warrington, formorly In tho
employ of Logan City as an engi
neer, has returned to Logan for n
short visit with his family. Mr.
Warrington has been In tho employ
of tho Interstate Commorco Commis
sion on railroad estimates and engi
neering. Ho has enjoyed his work
thoroughly.
1
Logan morchantB who would nc
quaint tho out of town shoppers
where to spend their money for
Christmas presents, would do welt
to stato their caso through tho col
umns of tho Logan Republican which
Is 1 end In all tho towns of tho vnlr
ley
m
lloss Anderson, youngest son of,
Mr. and Mrs. Anthon AndorbOn mot
with n very serious accident on Sat
urday. Ho was working on tho roof
of nn nutomobllo garage nt tho An
derson homo "when ho turned sick
nnd fell headlong off tho roof of
tho building, striking his head on
Hie concroto paving. Ho was uncon
foioua for a number of hours lint at
this writing 'It Is thought ho will ul
timately recover from tho injury.
Vti Tames I Llnford. reproscntnllvo
' if tho Monitor Stovo and Rnngo Co.,
'if fMnrnnntl, hns Just returned from
n 1 rip to tho factory whero hu went
to famlllarizo hlniBoIf with tho offici
als of tho company nnd to got lined
up on torrltory for hnndllng tho Cn
lorlg Pipcless Furnaco. Ills trip
as very satisfactory, bnvng been
Riven Utah nnd Idaho -Is oxclus
Io territory. Mr. Lli.iurd has a
number of orders nlrendy placed for
hls furnaco and one has nlready beon
Itintnlled In tho homo of James II .
Llnford which Is giving perfect sat
'faction these cold days.
You can't afford to miss tho lecture
given by Wlggans "Wednesday 8:30.
Ford the universal car, 5 passenger
$103; 2 passenger $44C Adv. tf
Remember Tile apostlo of efficiency
ho will lecture at Nlbley Hall Wed
nosday night at 8:30.
Clean fresh milk delivered. C. A.
McCauslund, phono 107j. Adv. d4
To, know yourself you must henr
Wlggans lecture Wednesday night nt
Nlbley Hall.
For Sale Good organs, ?10 to $10
each. Glen llros.-Robortfe Piano, Co.,
123 North Main, Logan. Adv. 11-30
Wo sell tho earth, abstract Its ti
tle and loan money on It. H. A. Ped
orson & Co., First North street.
Adv. . tf
Lowney's' chocolates at Coop Drug
Co. Adv. tf
A good lino of men's hats for $1.00
while thoy last nt Howell Ilrothors.
Adv.
JIIss Grctta Cardon has returned
1 from a most pleasant outing In Salt
Lako City.
nil
JJIshop M. C. RIgby of Nowton
was a business visitor in the county
seat yesterday.
It you want to hear something that
wl'l benefit you gov to Nlbley Hall
Wednesday night 8:30. General Ad
mission GO cents. Adv.
Joseph Wl'lmore tho Pocatello dry
fnimcr, hns returned to Logan for
tho winter and Is again found nt the
counter of tho Co-op Drug Company.
Wide awako merchants wl'l do
their advertising early in order to
cntrh tho wldo awake porsons who
l do their Christmas shopping early.
M. Panics, ono of tho promluent
citizens "f Covo, was in Logan on
, Saturday, having made his annual
trip to sottlo up his taxes for this
year.
Miss Ida Smith of the Howoll Cor
don Company Is back from a week
end visit with fricudn and relatives
In Salt Lake,.
J. C. Allen and daughters Sarah
and Ethel of Cove, .wore In Lognn
yesterday. Mr. Allen was In the
city on a land deal having disposed
of bin farm proporty at Cornish.
T. W. Hall, prominent farmer of
Wo'lsvllle, wns In Logan yesterday,
closing up a deal on his HI110 Creek
property which ho has recently trad
od for proporty In Cncho Valloy.
For ono day only wo nro offorlng
tho greatest values In drown silver
extra plalntcd knives and fofls Hint
wo have evor offered to the public.
$1.23 par set (Saturday). Lafount
Hnrdwaro Co. Adv. 12-2
Mako Harris, tho Greok charged
with battery, committed nt Smith
field n fow days ago, had his hear
ing beforo Judgo Iirnngham yester
day afternoon. Tho court reserved
decision until two o'clock today 1 j
Engineer Roy llul'on nnd Contrnc-j
tor Olof Nelson left Sunday for a tilpj
to tho const. Mr. Nelson hnH gonoj
to look up tho latest concreto machin
ery whllo Mr. llullon hns gone on
business along lines of his profes-
m
Tho county commissioners will
meet on Friday, Docombcr 3 nt 10
a. m. for tho purpose of ndjjustln?
any doublo or wrong assessments
niado. This doc's not mean that you
can niako your remittance.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
12-2
Another class In dressmaking un-j
dor tho direction of Miss Dnnlols,
will bo organized nt tho Agricultural I
Collego Tuesday, Novembor 30. This1
Is tho practical full tlmo cnurso In
dressmaking nnd Is repented ovory
nlno weeks. Fee, Including registra
tion, $10.-Adv. 11-30
E. J. Lnckoro of Greoloy, Colora
do, ha hcen Hlvon charge of tho Wes
tern Union Telegraph ofllro of this
ritv. Mr Lnckoro Is nn oxpoilonccdj
man in telegraphy and a congonlnl
sort of follow. Ho will undoubtedly
mako good In Logan. E. A. Thomp
son who has had charge of the ofilco
for some tlmo past, will lcavo today
for Mlddfcsboro. Kentucky where he
will take charge of a telegraph oftlco
Notice!
1 Tho annunl meeting of tho slock
; holders of tno Lognn North Field Ir
, rlgatlon Co., will be held In tho Third
ward meeting house on Momlay, Do
, cember 0, lfiir., at 2:30 p. m. to hear
tho financial report nnd to elect three
I directors, n secretary and treasurer
1 Tor tho ensuing two yenrs and such
(other business as may properly como
beforo tho meeting.
RICHARD YEATES,
Secrotary.
Adv. d4
I "
I Stockholders'.. Notice
1
1 f
Tho annunl stockholders meeting of
tho Lognn, Northwest Field Irriga
tion Company will bo held on Mon
day, December 0 at 1 p. m. In tho
Third ward meeting houso. Tho 'pur
pose of said meeting Is to hear tho
financial report of tho company for
the yenr 1015 nnd to elect thrco di
rectors, secretnry and treasurer for
tho ensuing two years nnd to tran
sact such other business ns may prop
erly como beforo tho meeting.
WM. EVANS,
Secretary and Treasurer,
Adv. 12-1
Wanted Furnished rooms. Apply,
this office. Adv.
.
Within n few days tho O. L. & I
Railroad Company expxects to add
another .car to the locnl service , This
car Is to run from Providence to tho
northorn limits of Logan City, mak
ing n round trip every forty-five min
utes. (
H . E. Coles, salesman for .tlm
Ellas Morris and Sons Company of
Sa't Lako, Is In town and says he
I has Just taken nn order from Hit-hop
Franklin L. Gunnel of Wellsvlllo for
a beautiful monument which Is to be
j erected on tho family 2"t nt Wells
villo boforq May 1. 10107
Tho caso of Goorgo 7,. Lamb and
others ns executors of tho will of
David W. Grant, against Enutto and
Rosalind Grant was tried In tho ills
trlct court on Saturday and Judgo
Call now hns It under ndvlsoment. It
was a suit to set nsldo tho deed of
Mr. Grant' on tho ground thnt certain
unduo Influences bad been used In
securing It. Ho deemed his homo to
his minor daughter Rosalind.
Tho people of River Heights are
now rojolclng for they have a poll
tlcal Identity of their own ns n re
sult of tho doclslou of Judgo Call In
segregating tho Providence- Town
Corporation territory nnd making two
preclnctB Instead of one. Rlvor
Heights secured about ono half of
tho Provldenco tonltory. It asked for
but this will be sufficient to make
quite n respcctablo precinct.
Threo horses woio killed by the
O. L. & I. Railroad Compuny onr
Sunday evening whllo coming Into
town from tho north. Two of the
horses had strayed Into tho prlvnto
right of way of tho company and
wore killed. Tho other horso wns
killed nt tho Jn'torsoctlon of Sixth
North nnd Main street. A joung
man from Benson ward by tho name
of Iluehlcr was coming west on Sixth
Norlh street. He, hnd tho .sldo cur
tiilns of his buggy down and did not
seo tho npproachlng car. Tho con
ductor thought the driver would be
turning befoio crossing tho track nnd
I did not stop quick enough to uvold
j hitting tho horso which wns so bad
ly maimed that ho was killed. The
j young mnn In tho rig escaped unln-jjuicd.
1 .... m mm 11
l Futile Aspiration.
j "When I was 11 boy I thought I'd
I rather be 11 great baseball player than
I anything eHo tu the world ' "01
I coiirsb, you navi, changed your mind.'
I "Not exactly, i nvc merely renllzeC
Uuyt there in no aripo.
iMYSTERY M
DEATH OF
DR.'S WIFE
Inquest Is Demanded by the Physi
cian. Woman In III Health, But
Was Improvlnu
Salt Lake, Nov. 29. Mrs. Eliza
beta M. Murshell, 30 years of ago,
wlfo of Dr. H. D. Marsholl, former
ly surgeon for tho D. & R. G. rail
toad at Greenrlver, Utah, shot and
killed herself nt 11: CO o'clock yes
terday morning at a downtown hotel,
In tho room occupied by hersoif and
husband. She died almost Instantly.
Whethor death wan. tho result, of
accident, or design on tho part of the
woman, to end her life, Is n matter
of conjecturo No ono saw the shoot
lug, Mrs. .Marshall hnvlng been nlono
In tho room at tho tlmo tho shot wnn
fired. A bullet from a 38 caliber re
volver, purchased for her by her hus
band, penetrated the wojnan's brain,
entering tho skull nbout nn Inch and
a half behind tho right car. Officers
Invostlgntlng tho caso Inclined to the
belief thnt Mrs. Marshull committed
suicide, but Dr. Mnrshell la confident
that her death was accidental. Ho
has demanded nn Inquest and tho
question will bo decided by Dr. Sam-
Priceless Treasures of Europe and Wonderful Relics of the . M
Orient Shown In the Vast Exhibit Palaces -Interesting H
Characters From Every Land on Earth En i )fl
terrain the Visitors. V t M
1
THEIIT! nro nny number of cc
Jilb.H at the Piiunmn-l'ncllli'
Iiiteriinttonal Exposition which
relate directly to the facts nnd
factions bearing upon the preent
world situation, exhibits which nru full
of historic Intt'iest nnd which boar wit
ness to thy tragedies and romiinces
which center nruund n battlefield.
Tlieie Is no miu-o Interesting exhibit
nt the Exposition than that of the Hal-
THE GREATEST GLORY OF THE EXPOSITION, THE PALACE OF FINE ARTS, fO CE SAVED. ' M
PI NS ere under wny In San I"riiiiclsco to pnwno the Nplcndld Paluce of Fine Arts im n lesney of the H
world's most beautiful Exposltlo.i This s'llcndld building rivals nny nivliltet tiirul czcatlnn nl picscut ur
past eras It was pronounced by Lord Itlclmid Neville, emlsviiry of King tlcuruc of lhiluiid, as one of
the two most beautiful bulldhms In the world, (lie other being tile T.iJ M.1I111.. In India. H
kau fttitoM, In the Palace of Vailed
I nil iHt ilrs. it s u collection of Jew
els, liilr-n-tiruf and objets d'arts
brought from Montenegro, Itouinuiila,
Ken la. llulgarlu nnd Albania, articles
whli h bnve been bnrtercd in tears by
their owners In order that the profit
may be iiirned to the better account tif
their beloved countries. Here Is 1111 e.
ipilslte cli.iln of viul-coloivd unpplilrei.
white, jellow 11 ml led. worth 11 thou
sand times their weight in gold. II
once belonged to 11 beautiful Montene
grin princess, who parted with It to
'help the Ited CriKs fund In .Montene
gro nt tin1 time of the llall.uii war.
rj;hcru Is 11 liiinil-onio loynl Austrian
dinner t-ervice. Many times lias It
graced tlie smoking boiud of a prince
of the 1 u til house of llnpsburg.wliolnst
his life 0:1 the battlelleld of Ilelglum
In, one of the cnrcltil! guarded glass
ciiHcs Is 11 maricloiiH miiiITIiox of gold
mid rubles. It belonged to Abdul 1 la
mid anil luund dally uc In the io.miI
pocket . When liu Was detliroued It
was luiiilHi-uti'il, nlong with other of
his jiei-si'iial lout, ti nil illxposed of l.
the TuiLisli goveiiimeiit. It was pur
chased ty a Servluii noble who wis
killed In the llalkaii war. His fanilly
wlsfibiii to do nil that was possible
toward u war fund for their liclmcd
cmintrj. disponed of It. along with
many oilier Milmililes. and ho It has
found Iih way to the exposition. One
wonderful old Madras lea set has u
history sevewil centuries long. It wns
once the proporty uf 11 pliuco of Ind'a
During Hie time of the English own
patlon lie was ope of I lie many ml
entnl I' ileiitnti's who lost castu aid
title, ritliuately he was dint for tren
son nnd his piopeity iiikcu ovei ij
tlio autliurttles, In dler-e wiijh l
traveled tliiough India m Persia, wlu-10
It was purehiued by 1111 Aiueilcan u ti 1
In Teheiaii. This young Amcrlr-aii an
erwnrd liecume the wife of a Servian
count. When the ctlsl.i came a jeni
ago last August nnd the reourps of
ticrrln weie drained to their dregs this
loynl llttlo lndy illsposed of every heir
loom the family possessed nnd all of
her own personal trinkets and tieas
arcs In otrtvr that slio might do her
best by the country of her adoption
In the Palace of Educatlon-tliere Is
a Persian Ituddlilst, 11 bishop of the
IluddhUt church, who passed twenty
yenrs of his life In Lussa learning thu
mysteries of being. Mnzzlnliilitndn Is
his uniue. lie claims ninety odd yenrs
and looks nbout Hlxty. After taking n
degree nt Oxford he returned to India,
where lie. went through other processes
of Initiation and can truthfully boast
uel O. Paul, health commissioner,
this morning. '
Was In Poor Health I
-Mrs. Marshall had been In pcor,
hea'th for mora than a year. Slio
and her husband hnd an appointment
at noon yesterday with Dr. Ernest
Van Cott, hor physician. Dr. Mnrsh
ell snys that after a lato breakfast
his wife finished dressing, putting on
her hat, veil and scarf shawlj that
nbout ten minutes to noon his wlfo
sent him down tho hall on nn orrand
that did not rcqulro a mlnuto; Mat
Just as ho was returning, nnd wlthlr
of seuuiteen different diplomas from
various of the world', gienlest educa
tlouiil Institutions, Including the C11I
ersltj of Pillis, the Fnlverslty of .lon.i
anil the liilcrnlty of I,clplg. Twenty
two different languages Is another of
his ueipllsltliiiiK, He Is a sociable be
ing and Is quite willing tn tell of his
wanderings and beliefs. An hour with
him Is well worth while and costs noth
ing, He has a innrvclously Interesting
manuscript, which he says Is Ids trans-
1 .ii
In t Ion from an ancient Tibetan docu
ment giving the history of the hidden
life of the Christ between .the years
of 12 mid ". for which there Is 110
Rlbllcal rccoiil. It Is claimed that
these years were spent In Ijissh,
lu the East Indian exhibit In' the
Palace of Varied Industries tho effete
cast shows that In nuiftcrx of art It Is
not effete, for even modern elllcleney
can not achieve the wonder of the runs
i -a r ft 0 ft f
ten 'feet of tho door, ho heard tho . ; H
shot, but believed It to b0 nn auto f H
tiro exploding until ho reached . tho .' ' IH
door of their room nnd saw ills ij J H
wlfo lying on tho floor, tho revo'ver IJI
lying a fow feet from tho body. .'
Examination of the body of Mrs. 1 H
Mnrshell showed thqt thoro woro no ' tH
pow;dcr burns on tho scalp and tho ';, 'ijl
halt- and clothing wore not blnckoncd ., , H
or singed. It Is incredible, snys Dr.
Mnrshell, that she could have pur- ll
poscly fired tho shot without placing lil
tho muzzle of tho gun so near her I ijl
head as to burn tho hair or clothing. 3 J
and potteries nnd brasses nnd ran 1 IH
lirolileiles to be found here. It Is no H
Just eimiigli to puss tils booth by c-as H
iinlly. In order to see It thorough! jH
must becoine nequlilnted with tli H
atteiidaulH who will open up 11 lildde. IH
stoic of iiiittiiultlcs nnd display then , IH
for our delectation. Also they iu'. .
quite willing to tell you the hlstor.i H
of the strange looking gods which 1111 H
everywhere to lie
In these hidden corners of the ex H
position, filled as tlie.v nro with the at 1
mospbere if the most ancient of em-
plrcs, one feels the touch of 11 baud H
that Is soon to be stilled nnd breathes
the nil' of lauds filled with a romance, H
ami a wonder that Is nil too soon to be
ilb-ilpated by the mine practical, but H
less poetic sway of western clvllba- H
tin. 1. All of which Is reason for the H
uingueth' qualities of these oriental H
iinnks toward expnsltlnu vis"rs
INVENTORS EDISON AND FORD IN A COAL MINE
Af THE EXPOSITION
OTWM'TOiM AIM
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THOMAS ALVA EDISON, world fanious Intentor, nnd Henry Ford, mil H
llnnnlre Antomoblle niaiiiifnctuier, Inspecting the Rock Springs (W.vo.) ) H
coal mine lu the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy nt tho Panuina-Pnillle kilH
lnlemattlonnl Exposition. Mr V. E. Dickson Is seen with 11 pleco of conl In ! 'H
his hand. Hack o? Mr. Edison Is Mr. Edwnid Sleldle, supcilutendent of the Mll
mine exhibit This mine Is placed beneath the floors of the Palace of Mlnea I jljH
and Metf.llurgy nt the Exposition nnd Is dally visited b many thousandu IjH
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