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f 1MB i ' &nl ( ,SfflSM JZ&&.& JV . '"ton -" K . SUBSCRIBE FOR THE C a -gL 'dlL rf H AMll'i- LARGEST CIRCULATED ipH , LOGAN REPUBLICAN TO V Tl T OftflLll 10J tt DLXOXIXl NEWSPAPER IN NORTH- M I GET THE NEWS mrWsy Vf Wr'Wr''''' ERN UTAH HH -""-' 'i i i 1 1 i ii ii i . nB EIGHT PAGES , M ,1 LOGAN. CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1919 . SIXTEENTH YEAR IH r BEAUTIFUL DEGORATIONSI ! IN LOGAN CITY v ''!:. r -IJLjsi The people ot Logan and Cache county who wero hero to wolcome ; home the 145th soldier boys aro '( attll talklne about Iho beautiful dec- ! orations which were arranged on the ,i nialm streets ot our fair city. When N.V the central committee was appointed Y by the Commercial club, City Coun- Jl I cll'of Defense and th City Commls- ' sloners, with Luthor Howell aa chalr- ;i man, the Question ot decorating the SS Btroots was one ot tho first to con- S front the committee. The chairman I Mr. Howell, placed Dr. I. S. Smith In J .j charge ot this work and he immedl- 1 atoly started, a search for flags. He t, telephoned to the prominent cities ot ip tho state and even sent as far as Denver to secure flags for the dec orations. ' He called for tho services ot L. M. Jensen, chairman ot tho Decoration committee ot tho Com. morclttl club, and they, with tho help f of Luther Howell are responsible for J tho best decorations -Logon has ever I had. Wo glvo the above Information to satisfy the many people who aro Inquiring dally as to whero the flags I came from which wore used hero for decorating. . NEWS ITEMS FROMMRNISH ? r ' .. t' CORNISH, Jan. 17. A few Items V may prove ot Interest to the readers iot your valuable paper. Cornish Is certainly proud since the location ot the West Cache Sug ar factory hore. Hundreds of tons y ot beets are being hauled dally to ' tho factory from the beet piles at , Lewlston, Wheeler, Falrvlow, Idaho, I Trenton and 'Newton. Some men have hauled as many as twenty tons a day, at one dollar a ton? making ' $20 a day. (JBT" A largo hotel, and soma cottagos "MBBL have been built hero this year. Any v I one wishing work can always' get It. ;J A condition that every farmer who !7 owns land under the West Cacho Can- l' al can bo tnanWul or Beforo tbe I sugar factory came the only means J ft somo few had, and they woro the 5; J elect, and a few near relatives, was I, to go and work on the canal. Some fow made a row dollars at tho ex penso ot tho poor farmer, whethor the work was necessary on the canal or not. Therefore tho location of the i factory here Is a blessing to all. Great changes have boen brought 1 about throughout the entire valley, ' due to tho West Cache sugar facory. Land that was sold for $2f and $60 an ncio Is now selling at $250. Tho Northern Feeder Co. havo built largo modern feed yards hero, a large cut ting machine Is being lnstaalled, l w'hlch will, cut up tho hay, and a I " rulpo lino extends from tho syrup tank ll t0 thl8 m,n' whlcU W,n 8pr,nk,e the tjf, chopped hay with syrup, making a M' nlco fattonlng meal. They aro era ploying a number of men and teams , hauling gravel making roadways be- , twecn tho longer, which certainly I ls?a credit to tho company, an wo 1 I wish them success. fc ;Cornhi Is froe f rom ' slcknoss ai it i present, almost all having had the ' tt. fin. ' ' Ephralm Dorgeon, President of the Farm Bureau In Cache county Is - thrashing today. Wk Tomorrow at one p. m. funeral flf Mrvlces will bo held In the Logan ,11 cometery over tho remains ot Fran m Zl. Pearson. SHOW CALLED OFF LASTI SAT. NIGHT The cancelation by tho military authorities of tho Commercial club's annual show on Saturday evening at tho Nlbloy Hall for the 145th has not changed the determination of the commltteo or the performers to en tertain tho soldier boys. On Wed nesday evening a special perform ance will be given for all soldier boys in uniform. This will not be exclu sive as tho public will be admitted. All soldier boya in Logan who havo returned, all 'dlschargd soldier boys ot the 145th at that time aro wel come an'd are expected to be present at the show. Capaln Abbot has been askod to extend this Invitation to the soldiers as they aro discharged. Despite the many othor things in the city on Saturday to detract from tho special matlneo of the club's an nual show, tho matlloe was well at tended and from the expressions of thoso present it was thoroughly en Joyed. Tho show Is. very clever and overyono who can attend should do so Tho advance sale has been extra good and it is expected that the perform ance tonight at tho Lyric will be well attended. , Tickets for the performance at tho Nlbley hall on Wednesday evening are on sale at the Men's Shop, at the Brlgham Young College. NEWS FROM PROVIDENCE PROVIDENCE, Jan. 20. Tho flu situation here Is improving. No now cass havo broken out lately and many hav been released during the last four days. Our cltizons are very careful in preventing the spread of tho dis ease. Among others Mr. Edgar Tib bits and family are all out again. Our Bchools aro progressing nicely with thlr correspondence work. Mr. A. E. Allen and fls faculty of teach ers a'ro to bo congratulated for the splendid outline of work they have sent out and for their Interest In the children's work. Mr. Thomas Jonos who had his leg broken some time ago, by a horse falling on htm Is around again. Mrs. H, B. Campbell and son havo rcovered from th Influenza and are around again. Th farmers aro rather- uneasy ov er the delayed arrival of tho snaw. In many places our water works have frozen up, duo to the long per iod of cold weather we havo had. Many ot our citizens havo been omplqyed In storing Ice for noxt sum mer's use. All of our patriotic citizens wont to Logan Saturday to witness tho ar rival of tho 145th F. A. Two of our boys, Sergt. David Theurer and Sorgt Oliver Zollinger wero among thoso who returned. Tho other tow who loft with the 145th wero dutaincd In Franco. Theso woro Llout. Wado Pickett and Sorgt. Austin Frank. Mr.. Alfred Kunz.'hls mother and three sisters aro horo vlcltlng rela tives and friends. Mr. Kunz movod, his family from hore to Long valley ahout two years ago. Mr. Oscar Fullmer and his uncle Dean Fullmor and wife ore hero vis iting friends after having burled Mr. Fullmor'a loving father. Mr, Lyman Thorpe who. has been teaching school at Tromonton came Uomo to Bpond the week with bis parents, but ho found his mother and sister down with tho flu so ho was IMPORTANTl RED CROSS NEWS NOTES ' 1 . . !.' Authorities havo predicted a re currence of tho dread influenza epi demic. But the nation this tlmo is not going to be caught unawares. The American Red Corss is making certain this fact. This week the Red Cross resumed tho nation wide nurse suivey which they wero compelled to abandon last fall because ot the sudden sweep ot the Influenza epidemic. Every Red Cross organisation (n New Mexico, Wyoming, Utah and Colorado, com prising the Mountain division, has beon Instructed to take up this highly Important task a tho point where It was halted. Tho nurse survey was undertaken by the Red Cross at tho lnstancoof the government. Tho Red Cross gave Its solemn promlso that It would com plete the assignment; and It was up on this promlso that, the government delegated tho work to tho country's Red Cross organlzalons. . Every woman coming within tho scope of tho survey Is oxpected to fill out a questionnaire. This will necessitate a house to house canvass on the part ot the Red Cross. Whllo tho government expects every wom an to completely fill out the blank presented It Is to be understood bv all that such acion places hbr under no obllgalon. She is not' 'drafted" and need havo "no tear that she Is signing over her time or services. The survey is for tho solo purposo, at this tlmo, of determining Jhe nation's nurso resources. The womon to bo enrolled Include graduate nurses, registered and un registered; womon now receiving training In hospital training schools; women who have had at least six months training preparatory to be coming graduate nurses; practical nurses and women who havo had cor respondence school training or who havo graduated from Institutions giv ing trained attendants' courses; mid wives and women who havo taken I tho Red Cross courses In nursing. BANK CONTROL CHANGES HANDS One ot tho biggest financial deals of tho season transpired the othor day whon former Mayor John II. An derson and Sorgo F. Balllf purchased control ot tho First National Bank of this city. fron. Thomas Smart ntid Mr. Soron Hansen, tho capital ists that havo controlled this big financial institution for many years, havo sold to tho abovo goutlomen. It Is Btutod that tho price paid was in tho neighborhood of $275 per sharo, a good round figure. With this deal lout of the wuythe large holdings of 'our esteemed friends, Messrs Smart and Hansen, In this city, passes to other hands. Mr. and Mrs. Ilorald Steod, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cailos and Mrs. Rulon Steed of Farmlngton, Utah, camo up Saturday to welcome home Mr. Rulon Steed who was a minber of tho 145th boys, and Incidentally o visit relatives and fi lends In Logan. unablo to go home. v Wo do not object to the U. I. 0. Railroad company running their night freight cars through our town but wo prefer round to square wheels. . fUNERAL FOR MRS. WESLEY G. HOWELL j . ; j , j. i . i i It eloquent words, beautiful flow ers and warm and sympathetic friends can lighten the grief ot thoso who mourn the death of Mrs. JVesloy Howell, tho words, flowers and genulno manifestations ot friendship at the funeral Sunday will not have been In vain. A moro whole lorno tribute to tho life ot a beauti ful young woman, a loving husband, heart broken father and mother, our honored and respected bishop ot the church and the family ot Congress man Howell possibly could not havo boen paid.. Tho day was cold but tho words, tho music, tho flowors, the earnest feelings of friendship wero warm and surrounded by her friends those who knew her and loved her. laid Olllo Jean, as alio is generally known, to her final rest. Professor Durham, Mrs. Durham, Miss Rlgby and Mr. Wayiuan sang "I Know My Heavenly Father Knows" after which Bishop B. O. Thatcher offered the opening pray er. Elder A. O. Barber delivered tho principal address. Ho had been u llfo long friend of the family and OHIe Jean was looked upon almost as ono ot his family. Ho spoke feelingly ot her llfo and character. He had learn ed to love her for her beautiful spir it and fairy like form but moro than all for her unflinching loyalty to hei friends and her people, and declared that sho was as beautiful In her mind and spirit, as she was In her face and form. "She Is not lost, but laid away whero sho wll bo watched and cared for, close to Congressman Howell, who loved her as his own, where her spirit will grow on and on In Jthat place that God has pro pared for such as Olllo Jean." President Serge T. Ballff spoke ol tho close relations existing between the grief stricken family and his own of tho lovo'nnd devotion ho and his family had for tho deceased, aud bore a strong testimony to her worth and character. Bishop Merkloy of tho First wad made the closing address paying the finest tribute a bishop could pay to a faithful member ot this ward. "Oh My Father," sung by Messrs McMurrlu, Potorson, Olson and Famsworlh, was the closing musical number and tho dedication and heno diction was then ottered by Presid ing Bishop Charles W. Nlbloy. OIUTUAUV Olllo Jean Nlbley Howell was the laughter.'of Mr. and Mu. Chailes W. Nlblty Jr., and grand, daughter of 3p. t W.Nlbley. She was born In Lo ;an July 1G, 189D. Sho was raised o young womanhood In Logan, com pleting tho district schools here and later wont with hor father nud moth er to Oregon where she entered high school. The ramlly moved back to Lotan and Olllo Jean thun entered the B. Y. C. Sho later attendod tho FUNERAL AT RICHMOND FOR MRS. L E. LARSEN RICHMOND, Jen. 20. Funeral services were held Sunday, January 12 over tho remains of Mrs. L. E. Larson who died January 8 at hor homo here. Musical solectlons woro furnished by Viola Webb and Mont real Wright who sang "Oh My Fath er." "Bright, Beautiful Homo," and "Face to Face." The spenkors were Lchi Olscn ot River Heights, A. S. Schow, F. H. Morrill and J. L Mc Carrey All spoko ot tho sterling worth of tho departed. Parley Not ion offered the opening prayer and B. Y. Benson dismissed. Mrs. Lar son was G3 years ol and had ilvoc in Richmond fourteen years. T. G. Robinson from Iaho Is a Richmond visitor. Mrs. Maud Rulnoy and son Rich ard, who havo been on tho sick list have recovered. Roy Robinson, wlfo and two chll Jrcn havo boon visiting In Swnn Lako for tho past two weeks. Miss Ada Day has been confined tn her room for tho last two weeks suf fering from an nbscoss. Roy Webb has returned to his homo In Marysvllle, Idaho. I August S. Schow haB been a Salt Luke visitor for the past week: Sam Harris Is building an up to lato blacksmith shop In tho south part of town. Our public schools and high school have begun. Both teachers and pu pils aro working hard. Oron Merrill, wlfo and baby have moved to Preston. Mr. Merrill will practice his profession there. Tho following Boldler boys have received honorablo releases and re turned homo: Russell Merlrll, Al bort Andorson, Leo Bateman, Wll ford Murray and Adraln Atkins. Tho stork visited tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tripp last week. Guy Morrison from Southern Utah Is hero visiting relatives and friends. Funeral services were held Sun Jay at tho Richmond cometery ovor tho remains ot Mrs, Martah Mills. Consoling remarks woro mado by Bishop J. C. Larscn and Lovl Allen of Cove. Prof. C. I. Stoddard sang Oh My Father" Mrs. Mills was the mothor of Mrs. Hyrum Balr and has made her homo with Mr. and Mrs. Balr for somo time. Sho Is 85 yenrs of age. John L. Kendrick who works on tho Calne farm had tho mlsfoituno last week of tcarln gtho coid ot his leg whllo he was Jumping off a horse. Ho will most likely bo laid up for a month or six wooks U. A C and whllo at both local schools alio was very popular In tho younger aoclal circles, taking part In tho ac ivltlca of collcgo life On July 10, 1917, she marrlod Mr. Wesley G. Howell, son ot tho late Josoph Ilowoll and since that time has mado hor homo In Logan. Dentil enmo to this young girl last Thursday. Betides her husband, father uiothci, sovoral brothcis and sla ters, sho la smvlved by a host of .(lends whw wero alwnys Interested In her wolfuio and o.vor ready to pattlrlpate with her In the pleasure of young womanhood. Mi Peter Nelson and daughter Vein Franco hns returned from Chi nigo. III. Mis. Nel.on went to Chi cago on account of tho BOilout, Illness of her daughto.r who was laboring as a missionary there. Mrs. Fiance was unable to complete her mission duo to ill health. COL. LOOSE l OF PROVO H VISITS LOGAN H Colonel C. E. Looso ot Provo has ll boen a guest at tho Hotol Eccles for H tho past fow days having Journoyed jH to Logan to witness tho demonaor- tlons Incident to tho demobilization of tho 145th. Tho Colonel has a son H In tho rcglmont which naturally H makes jH In conversation with tho Colonel H ho says Provo haa had the same ox- H perlonco as Logan with the Influenza H and thinks the masks If properly H worn and sterilized, are a. great pro H vontatlve. Provo and Utah county H havo used them to advautnge. H Incident to tho death ot Colonel Roosovolt he declatcd that Utah had lost hor best friend, that Is among those of national prominence. ' "Roosevelt was one of thoso wonder) ftH that lived ahead of his time; ono ot H thoso phenomonons that tho world ftf produces ovory fifty or ono hundred H years. Ono of those figures that Is H berated and ridicule at times, but ftf whon ho goes men and womon of all H parties pay him his Just duos, and H doclnro that ho was right. Such a man ftH was Colonel KooeeveU, r "'1 although H ho Is gono he has left I record, H which will mean much for tho Am- ftH orlcan people." Tho Colonel left yesterday for his home. Mrs. Looso H and the family will remain ovor un- til tho demobilization Is over. FIND WASHINGTON I LEGALLY NOT A CITY WASHINGTON, D. C Stirred by H tho rocont discovery that there Is In H oxlstonco no law creating tho city ot H Washington, Senator Myers of Mon- ftH tana has introduced a resolution pro- H vldlng tho United States legally with B a capital. Thore Is a law creating tho H District of Columbia. M TO KSTAlUilSII CITY H VTho bill lutrouced by Senator My H ors provides that the territory now H Included within thedlstrlct shall be H hereafter known as tho city ot Wash H ingtou, tho capital an permanent seat H jf government of tho United States, H tho existing laws for tho government H of ho Dlutilct ot Columbia to bo con- H tinued In force. RM "Thoso who aro authority In law H claim that there Is no city ot Wash- w Ington," Senator Myers said in pre- gS sontlng his resolution, 'that Is has no pj oxlstenco whatevor, that tho suppos- ff od city of WBhlngton Is wholly n KFf "?' myth. jG&f WILSON OHA.NGI'S FORM ffiK "From tlmo lmmeuioilul, or at JgW least from tho time of tho location vIsji of the permanent aeat ot government Jra ot tho United Statos In Dtstilut ot m Columbia, ail oxecutlvo documents, flK' all proclamations aud messages ot "J6f the piesldent hnvo had appended to Hjj them 'Done at Iho CHy of Wasihig- Wj ion on a certain ilnto- Until a few Mn months age, when feomo one In o(8- lgf clnl llfo who claims f bo authority H on the bubjoct Informed President Uv Wilson that there was no city of Kg Washington. I understand the prau fjm tlce prevailod. Since then tho prefl- JM Ident has, beon nppondlng to Ills otll- - H clal documents tho words 'Doo lu tho Dlctrlct ot Columbia,' on a cor- fl tain date."