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K'lBjkV '. PA0UR THE LOGAN nEPUBLICAN THURSDAY DECEMBER 30 1915 I
llfR' KITCHENER AS A PET AH, ROLE WOULD COME AS 8URPRISE : 1 tEHL, v TO HIS SUBORDINATES. "V IbBBl 'I 1M ' rl'lHl NcvertheleRB, Graphic Plcturo Has I in lUr Beon Drawn of H,B Friendship ' Ml HlT With TW EldorV Ladles 'S-f'H'l' Unique Use of Gift. 'illDf' x ill I ssssBII L Mnny of tho boat friends of Lord i BIWJ, Kitchoner, tho groat English soldier, -flMl' administrator and secretary of war, HI IHp'l aro womon. dcsplto tho popular bollef BP lflra I that ho Is a grimly uncompromising iK 'HM woman hater, in a recent brief bl illl Qft I 1 Ogrnphy of "K. of K," Harold Uogblo lIS i fftlt I draws n most winning plcturo of his Mil .lVc 1 frlondshlp with two of his olderly rol T$l i 'WKwlM atlvcs "two dear, dimlnutlvo old 1 L.Ilf TT Jfe. Scotch ladles who lived in l'hllllmoro J M hi gardens, Kensington, by namo of tho LrW il tP MIssos Hutchinson; and Kitchener Ufj q& was no, dcaror to thoso charming Hji i ,' spinstors than thoy to him. HP 1 "Ho wroto to them brightly and boy- JUj' , ishly by almost ovory mall. . . . Hn R Dofo'ro ho went to Egypt for his ad nC vanco on Khartum, theso dear old, la l ft dies presented him with a gold-headed M ' i 'swagger' cauo; and when tho ndvmico Hn f , was accomplished and tho photograph Bf er arrived to mako n plcturo of tho K I if general and his staff, Kitchoner seatod K I I , hlrasolf In the center of tho group H vwk l w,th Ul,a B"ck hold so BtcntatlouBly iff that.tho old ladlos In Kensington could H ' jjil , "j not fall to recognize It when tho pho J ' jtt i tograph appeared In tho illustrated pa f ;s8i I Pers. JIo sent them roses from Gor i; j lS don's gravo at Khartum, and coats of ft i l, tho caliph from tho Sudan." V ;T$ i 't .Their houso was always his goal on j.i -I his return from distant servlco, nnd ' i1 'I V in It ho was liko a schoolboy, running B v' t I ' I UP the stairs two at a tr.no, whistling Jj fjj1 In'hls bodroom, going and coming as B '4 , i lio pleased, and telling thorn such sto Ht jj i i B r'cu of,hJs campaigns as no one olso H ' j ' I in London over heard. Thoy callod B W nim IIcrucrti pronouncing It "Hair B 1 ' I J burrt" In tho broadest Scotch, and B lit J would Bit on either sldo of him "study B ' 1 1 Ib ,ns h'8 brol"c(1 faco wlta their small, H'i p i ! ' railing, shrowd oyes, teasing him, H 1 1 g ft ..chafflng him, adoring him, and giving H f a ijfi him sound adrlca." HI f r it i , Xatcr on in his triumphal career ! i f 4tholr "Halrburrfonco wished to mako ! I tji'p llttlo old ladles a gift so valuablo l k and unusual that tlioy folt called upon IS J ft to pauso and consider boforo accopt J ' lng it. It was a gold casket ono of '., 5,! tho many gold caskets presented to : )p "K- ot K" bj" tno eratotul corpora BTi r f iiH tlona ot ,rovlllc,al cities. 1 1 HI 1 i L' MDo wo neotl lt?" Prl'oiniea tho Bi !! I 'K first old lady, pointedly. H jl ; I in "No, wo certainly don't need It?" re J'f , ) ' j J -f llcctlvely acquiesced her sister, 'F 'i' ' I "What could wo do with It?" pursued H J $ 1 1 $ tno flrst old ,ady- But tho second had ,; ' . f had tlmo to think. j. I I 'I "Hum," sho suggested cpntompla H i ' IV "IK tivoly, "perhaps wo could uso It as a B I ' Brl tCa caJ(1'"Youth'B Companion. I ' !' ii ' 'S How Far Sold,era Can Soe B hit !tt Somo Interesting experiments havo- B t f ' 'tf boon mado In tho German army with B k HA ' X tllD olj'cct ot discovering at what B ill dlstanco tho recognition of ono soldier B'l T hy nnothor ls rcltablo. For soldiers B r W' ' I "'"' Kl1 oycs ll wns f0UI1(1 that a B t K person seen onco beforo could bo rec Bll Wt ' ognlzcd at a dlstanco bf 80 feet, whllo B i S - r an nctH'alntanco could bo rccognlzod Bii! 'I I ' ' nta d,stallC0 of 300 foot' and an In B I- $' 'v tlpato friond or rclatlvo at a dls HJ i w, i : tuhco of 500 feet. HI ilf Tho various parts of a man'ti body B j cai1 ho distinguished and any decided B r hv ' '' mpvement can bo detected by an es BlfrH' )$ pert rldoman at a dlstanco ot .100 feet. Bm W- f A 1,80 foct' n man air,cars na n B 1 aK ' t BI)0t' " tno an(Bcapo and cannot usu B' I SB' '' ally 10 Bocn If 10 ,:cIs 8tl11 or lf his B i i wt r dross docs not contrast with tho back Bl Br ground. Sailors, hunters and farmers BJ ' v can 'usually soo twlco thoso distances, B''j ' i!r? ' l probably on account of tholr constant B' itil ' training In making out tho naturo ot HJ 'i I V i distant objects. H' I ffl ' " t M A i Submarine Treasure. I, ji 1 A boat is now bolng built to locato B ' p,i ,1 suhmurlno treasure Tho now subma- B; ili'' i I rino consists of a steel sphoro, eight if tcot In diameter and capablo of carry m ' J t ', I in two workmen. It Is designed to R1'' - a, bo lowored Into tho water from a ton-1 B c I dnr, ,but is provided with electrically ' B lr k' i drlvdn propollorH by which It can hoi 1 jlf 'L V moved about In tho wator as tt hangs I B 'S f at tho ond ot tho cablo. Ono ot Its I B ' it J oiariitlal features ls a cct ot four dec- Bj I ', M tro-mngnets, which, when energized ll j '' i 0 hy current from tho motors within tho f; 1 1 sphoro, servo to hold it socurely to I I m tho steel hull of a sunken ship. Cur I BR', w? rent' for tho oporation is supplied j Bf-" ,, through a cablo running down from B ' t tho tender. In addition to this oqulp BB i !k? ment It will bo provldod with electric ' flfll i (J iff drills for plorclng tho side of tho ship, ! j S " and with n powerful searchlight tor I lEW working purposes and for exploring! BY' ' ' I ft t,' 1)Cl1 of tno occan when tho exact HlT 'Ufl location ot a sunken ship ls not , HW known. I 11k Curious Italian Ambulance. I f ff- Thorp Is a vast dlffereuco botween & real warfare utvl dress parade. Uu H K dor the exigencies of a dllllcult cam B i , I palgn one must put up with makeshifts B , I W Improvised from tho readiest means B ' I , I at hand. An illustration In point Is ' ' I 81 lo ''" '"llri(l I" a recently taken pho B ,i ., tograph of a curious amhulanco used fl li by tho Italians In the lighting In tho Hi' tl 1 t W A1'1S- rllls lB roa',y a lar& Bld, lit- Hr h It r tC(1 w'tu tjv0 Bma11 wheels Tho sled Hi F'' ' is runners pormlt ot hauling this amhu- m 3u M k hwee over bare stretches of ground. HE 1 VM'tfll T10 BUr-f00ted littlo donkoy Is tho HE ' i U 'E host moans of locomotion .for this typo Hv 'rt tl iSi'b ot vhcl- An amhulanco of ordinary HE it !L( proportions could not bo used on many HB ;'-,! ! Ill)' ot tho narrow roads and pathways of BM Jr1ll Mil th Itallau Alps. Bclentltlo American K'i1 'iJHTHHB B '' jVbVhhbVbI hTu"JHhbhh1 rhvx .hhvhvjhhvhu9hvhvhVhchbVhhhvJbVhvhvh1hvhhJhhhh t-TlPrTTPTT TO SIDE Grim Humor. "Seems llko you'vo had an accident here," said tho farmer, aB ho brought his toam of fat mules to a halt. "No," replied tho motorist, who wa3 crawling painfully from under his wrecked car. "I'vo Just played a prac tical Joko on my wlfo." "How's that?" "Sho thinks slio's going to a matl noo this afternoon In this car." Resented. "What I want to seo," said Diogenes, "ls an honest man." "And when you soo him, what will you do?" "I'll simply go my way. A thor oughly honest man generally has posi tive opinions of his own, and, there fore, ls liable not to bo very good company." His Private Opinion. "My dear," said Mrs. .Togson, as sho closed tho book Bho had been reading, "do you know' what Is tho most curious thing In tho' world?" "Of courso I do," roplled tho brutal half of tho combine. "Tho most cu rious thing In tho world Is a woman who Isn't curious." Don't Try. "Is thoro any way of stopping theso cyclones?" asked tho man from the East. "Oh, no," replied, tho Westerner; "tho best way la to go right along with 'em." Delicious Fumes. 'Skimpy Mistress (scenting unaccus tomed delights) Sarah, what is that I smell? Undernourished Maid of All Work I think It must como In from next door. Llfo. BLACK AND BLUE. "How do you llko my bang? Thoy're all tho stylo this season." "It's much moro decoratlvo than tho bang I saw nvor Mrs. Jones' oyo this morning." Knew Her Lesson. He kissed tho maid upon tho cheek. And when tho deed yna done, Tho Qood llook'H ttnchlnir oho obeyed And turned tho other ono. Putting Down Trouble. Patience Father put down a dis turbance last night. Patrlco---Iteally? "Yes; ho ato a Welsh rabbit." Cause for Wonder. Patience Thoy Bay ho Is a solf mado man. I'atrlco Isn't It a wonder ho didn't givo himsolf a better-looking face? Shading. Rollo And when you went Into her I room you say sho was shading her tiyes with her hand? Boulah No. only tho eyebrows. I Speaking of War. Hubb Did you over visit any ot thoso ruins in Europo? I Gotham Well, not slnco they've had fo many, J haven't. Limited Experience, Mistress fto now glri) We enter tain a good deal. Havu you had much experience- at parties? Girl Only an a guest, mum. Surmises, "I wonder what sort of llfo tho poc plq lead who live on Mors." "Do you supposo that for pots they have moon dogs?'- Its .json. "I soo whero somobody has Invent ed tho Bow-wow cocktail." "I supposo It Ib Intended to drink In tho dog days." HIS PROTEGEE NOW HIS WIFE She Went to School as the Obtect of His Compacolon, but Became His Beloved. Mrs. Dorman was n widow who kept a boarding houso In a small western town. Her daughter, Alice, was a scrawny llttlo girl of fourteen. Mrn. Dorman had beon forced to iako nor out of school tp help with tho work; washing dishes nnd waiting on tablo. Jack Forbes, tWonty-livo, was hla widowed mother's only child wealthy, by tho way. Jack had novcr been strong, so ho went WcbL Ho camo to llvo nt Mrs. Uormon'sT ' Ho folt sorry lor tho poor llttlo scrub of a girl and offered to send her through school. Ho sent her away to a prlvato school and paid her bills regularly, In a fatherly way, though ho novcr wroto hor or went to soo her. With him It was simply an act of compassion. At twenty-two ho ordered hor homo to his mother's homo, feeling that thcro sho could get somo llnlshlng touches socially. Then ho Intended to mako n schoolteacher out of hor. In tho meantlmo ho had gono Into busi ness, mado a success of himself, and regained his health at tho samo tlmo. SVork was all ho needed, nnywny, and to get away from his mother's npron strings. Ho was not nt homo when Alice ar rived, but carao a fow days later, probably out of curiosity. I cannot finish this Ideal story by saying that Allco had blossomed out into a won drous beauty, for sho had not. But pcoplo say Bho was dainty, and re fined, with wonderful hair nnd eyos and tho manner of ono high born. Of course, Jack foil in love with hor. Sho .had always been In lovo with hlm,I think. Had sho been courted by a scoro of lovers I think ho would havo beon her choice. Well, thoy aro married now and, as tho story book Bays, "thoy havo two beau tiful -children." Isn't this a regular story book ro manco? And tho beauty of it ls It'B true, t know, for I am Alice nnd Jack Jr.,Js up on my chair back, now, pok inK"cIovcr blossoms Into my hair, and habyAlIco ls asleep. And they aro two,, such beautiful, wonderful chil dren! Chicago Trlhuno. Partner's Liability. A unique question of liability in nn automobllo accident caso wao decided by tho supremo court of South Dakota in Van Horn vs. Simpson, which held that whero defendants were copart ners and woro riding In an automobllo In partnership business, tho negli gence of tho owner and partner in driving tho uutomobllo was lmputablo to tho other partner, slnco as a' mem ber of tho copartnership tho owner nnd driver was his agent, and both defendants wero Jointly llablo Tor In juries to a traveler upon tho highway. It is pointed -out "that theso two de fendants at the tlmeMn question wcro copartners In tho real cstato buslnoss, and that this nuto was then transport ing both dofendants in tho prosecu tion of such copartnership buslnoss: that It was then being used ns an In strument for tho bcnoflt and within tho scopo.of tho partnership business; that Simpson was not a passenger or gratuitous guost of Anderson in said car, but wob n party Interested !ln tho purposo and buslnoss In whlcli such car was thon bolng operated. Marked Resemblance',-' J TI)o allies seem to bo taking Qon stantlnoplo In about tho Bamo fashion that wo used to spell It, when wo wero boys ond girls, away back In tho years of novor-mlnd-what. Wo had a quaint old crank of a toachcr who taught orthography In a most pecu liar wlso. Ho would mako us spell and pronounco a syllablo, movo to the noxt, duplicate tho provlous perform ance hop back and bring up tho prior syllablo, go ahead, back and ahead, and so on to tho bitter end, thus: "C-o-n, con; thoro's your con s-ta-n, stan: there's your stan; thoro's your con-stnn 1-1, tl; thoro's your tl; thoro's your con-stcn-tl n-o, no; thoro's your no; thoro's your tl-no; thoro's your stan-tl-no; thoro's your con-stan-tl-no p-lo, pie; thero's your plo; there's your no-plo; thoro's your tl-noplo; thoro's your stan-tl-no-plo; thoro's your con-stan-tl-no-plo; thero's your Constantinople I "Kansas City Star. Blind Man's Advice. Capt. Francis P. I'eirson-Wobbor bo camo a successful poultry raiser, though sightless. So adopt lias ho bncorao In this vocation that ho can toll tho weight of an egg to tho frac tion of an ounce, can dotorralno Its freshness, nnd oven what breed of fowl laid It. He 1b now county nd visor In poultry culturo to Warwick shire and Northamptonshire, England. Ho hopos to porsuado "overyono'who has tho opportunity to keop not loss than ton good hens, so as to provldo a household economy which "3 shall ylold nn ovorago of 1,500 eggs year ly, tho hcnB bolng fed almost entire ly on household wasto scraps prepared tho right way. Weil-Dressed Farmer. r Apparently tho bcst-dressed.fdr'mcra In tho country llvo In California.' In n quostlpnnalro 6fi(j farmorB gavo tho cost of their clothes, Of theso, 110 paid 'from 10 to $15 each for their, suits; "143 ffom $15 to $20; 112, frbm $20 to $25; 2G from $30 to $40, ond thrco from $40 to $00. Two of tho tlirco In the last named class wero from California, and 12 of tho 26 who paid from $30 to $40 wjro also from tho somo state, tho noxt greatest num. ooi from any ono stato In this class oelng six from Texas. BLOODLESS BUT MOIST BATTLE BETWEEN NURSES AND WOUNDED AUSTRALIANS IN ENGLAND TTWOUNDED ftUSTRftUAMS RMD HURSES'IN SNOW FIGHT Wounuew , j.ti.imin Hoauivik. inouulit tuck to HnKlnnd for luiuiuiriUlon, enjoyed their Mrat snowball light yl niuehelU park. They declared unr on the nuries, who offered a BtronK dcfelwo, nnd a big battle dovoloped. The Australians bombarded the nurses as vlvorously na they did tho Turks, but In this case there wero no casualties to record on o'ther side. Snow of course Is not u nove.ty to tnuny Australians, ai snowstorms nru common In the mountains and other region ot the Island rnntln-n In lune. July nnd AUBUfl. tho Australian winter. . Family Suffocated By Coal Gas Fumes Lehl Farmer, Wife and Daughter Are Asphyxiated While In Bed ' " ' Lehl, Dec. 28. Joseph Smith, farmer, 28 years of ngc; his wife, 2C, and a daughter, 4 wero found dead In Hvlr home, throo miles nortl. of Lehl, shortly nfter 10 o'clock this morning.. Tho startling discovery was made by Mrs. Ellen Smith the mother of tho young man. Asphyxi ation, from gas genoratod by burn ing coal, caused tho deaths. Tho threo deaths followed an eve ning df pleasure Mrs. Ellen Smith, her boii, his wlfo nnd tho llttlo girl remained up until about 11 o'clock, eating nuts nnd other delicacies and thoro was no promonltlon of tho tragedy when all had prepared to re tiro. Mrs. Ellen Smith went to her room and Smith and his wlfo and daughter retired to their bedroom, which In n small ono nnd which, be cause ot tho cold weather was tight 'y closed. As thoro was no flro In tho room occupied by Smith and his wlfo and daughter, a bucket of glowing coaU from n coal flro was taken In and placed nt the foot of tho bed for the purposo of Increasing tho tempera ture Owing to tho fact thnt tho family had been up unusually late, Mrs. Smith tho older, did not got break fast as early as usual, and It was af ter 10 o'clock when sho went Into tho room occupied by hor son and fnmlly to awaken them. Sho was horrified to find them dead. Smith was lying on the floor near tho bed, nnd Mrs. Smith and tho llttlo f,lrl wero In tho hod. Tho authorities nt Lehl wcro noti fied and tho county physician nnd sheriff made nn examination of tho bodies. Tholr opinion was that death resulted from gases generated by tho burning coal nnd it Is not llko'iy that a formal Inquest will bo held. Mr. Smith wns born In Lehl ond Is survived by his mothor, a brother John Smith of Preston, Idaho; two brothers, Hyrum and James Smith of Lehl, nnd a slater, Mrs. Claudo Hlton man of Lehl. Mrs. Smith was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kemp of Lehl Junction. Different Ylmno. "Tho girls ysed to keep mo waiting when I drove up In a buggy. I notice thoy novcr keep you waiting long whor. you drlvo up In a motor car?" 'Why Is that?" "The girls know how quick ly u model gets out or dato as wol' as wo do." Did All He Could. "Now," sold tho norvous old woman to tho druggist, "aro you suns you Uavo that mcdlclno mlxod right?" No, wa'am," said tho conscientious apothecary, "I wouldn't go as far as that, but I'vo got It mixed tho way' the doctor ordcwl it." . -.-, ,, . rr t.,,,.,, y,., ,,. t, ,. A - M0 DEMAND FOR SUFFRAGE Peasant Women on the Northern Coast ot France Are Acknowledged Rulers ot Community. On tho northorn coast of France th peasant women are moro remarkr.nl) than tho locnond thoy are far better, educated. ' k It is they who drag the boats In and out of tho llttlo harbors., and who sell tno fish In the markets. Thoy are thus brouglit Into contact with tho pco plos and civilizations ot all countries, and no class ot womon in Europo ls so emancipated Thoy are strong and robust, nnd their outdoor llfo and mascullno hnb lts for thoy belong to tho sea as much as do their menfolk harden thlcr bodies, at tho samo tlmo giving them a tasto for all mascullno pursuits and pleasures. ' They rarely quarrel with their hus bands; Indeed, tho lattor would fare badly did thoy attempt coercion or Ill treatment In any shape or form, for tho womon ore tailor than thoy are and quite as strong; so tho "mere men" of tho Fronch coast prefer to koep tholr skins whole, and treat their wives as "Jolly good follows," which Is exactly what they aro. They sing tholr songs and enjoy their glass of elder with the best ot tholr menfolk. GAIN LIVELIHOOD FROM SEA French Fishermen at Home In All Wa tersHave a Brotherhood That Is Worth Emulating. BoBldes sailing to tho uttermost parts ot tho earth in pursuit ot cod, horrlng and mackerel, tho French do a large" trade with tho fish In tholr own waters. Of these thoro Is a great number, Including two sorts of skato, mackerel, solos, turbot, brill, plalco, flounders, bream and oystors. Thoro aro thrco classes of flshorfol'i In northern Franco. Somo of tho men have their own boats, and thoy hire what assistance thoy requlro, buy tholr own nets, And their own bait, etc.: others hlro a boat botween thorn and each man gots so much, whllo tho rest goes to tho owner, tho third class aro too poor to do anything but soil tholr services. Tho boats vary in slzo from flvo to fifty tons and generally nlno men form a crow. Tho brotherhood existing nmong thom oxtonds beyond death. The widow of ono of their numbor has a right to send out hor nets with tho boat to which hor husband belongod, and her share of what Is caught ls scrupulously handed over to hor. Aid to Sleep. Thoro aro two very slmplo but ef fective remedies for that kind of sleep lossness that comes from overwork or nervous exhaustion, Bays Nurso. One Is to havo tho foet very warm. Put them against a rubbor bag filled with hot water. A rubbor bag Is bettor than an earthen bottle as it will re tain tho heat for hours. Tho second method Is much moro slmplo. Discard tho pillow, turn over and Ho on tho stomach with hands clasped under the forehead to lift tho head a trlllo. This will often sond ono to sloop. When you oro tired and norvous, a good rubbing all over tho body with the lotion horo given will bo a ery rest Jul. Lie quietly In bed after tho rub bing for half an hour nnd you will then feel qult,e equal .to taking up tho dally tasks again; hero ls tho lotion: Diluted alcohol, six ounces; cologno water, six ounces; tannin, ton grains. . I - It pays to. advertlso., . . I Dally Thought. What is tho true teBt of character, unless It bo its progresolvo develop, mont In tho bustlo and turmoil. In tho action nnd reaction of dally llfo? Goethe. ,, ASK FOR and GET 'HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED WfllLK Cheap substitutes cost YCU'samo price. State of Ohio. City of Toledo, .. Lucna County, f " Frank J. Cheney mnkes onth that ho la senior partner of the firm ot R J Cheney & Co.. doliiB business In the City of To ledo, County and Btate nroresald, nnd that said nrm will pnv tho sum of ONR HUNDJIED DOI.T'AItS for each and ev ery caso of Catarrh thnt cannot be cured l by the uso of IIAIiIVS CATARIIH CUIIH 4 fkank j. cunNi:. , 8worn to beforo ma nnd subscribed In fi my presence, this Cth day of December, 'Jfc A. D. 1S86. & (Bcnl) A. W. QLEARON. Notnry Public. Hairs Cntnrrh Curo Is taken Internally ind acts directly upon the blood nnd mu- cous surfaces of the system. Bend for testimonials, freo. F J. CHKNHT & CO . Toledo. O. 1 Sold hv all DniKRlsts, 7fic. 1 Tuko Hal.'; ffttnllr nils for conitlcatlon. I WALTERS & HARRIS ! ATTORN EY8 AT '.AW Ovor First National Bank Phone 601 Logon, Utah J' MfknSBBBBBBMSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsRlF1 "At Tho Skju oflho Peacock" ! None just as good as KING or PEA- COCK COAL ! OTHER DEALERS MAY 8AY THEY HAVE, BUT THEY DO NOT. WE ARE EXCLU8IVE AGENTS FOR KING AND PEACOCK COAl . WE J GIVE 5 PER CENT FOR CASH. ) Thatcher Coal Co. Phono 16 and 76 46 West Center Street j Up Town Offlco at Thatcher Livery ( We are Fully Equip! To t Supply your every want in i? Granite and Marble Headstones AND MONUMENTS j See Our Large Display Logan Stone and Monument Xo. , Corner Flnt East and First 8outl. . Logan, Uth' '