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November 2 1912 '""BBHHHiHHIHiHHHIiHliiHIIHHIIlHHHIH
THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN PAGeHvB
KL ., M. H. Welling of Fielding was
IP visiting about the .city yesterday.
... MrfTbm Lee returned to his home
in Ogden yesterday afternoon.
s" , Mrs. H. Q.t Nebeker and little
Bon spent the week In Ogden.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Nlblcy of Salt
Lake spent last Sunday hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter sorenson of
' . Salt Lake came to Logan to attend
S' tho Purdlo funeral.
mm ' v Fred Appleman loaded a car with
15, hides yesterday ready for shipment
wi: , today.
Miss Jennie Lundberg will leave
this morning for Salt Lake where
' ; she will spend the winter with rel-
.- ; atlves and friends.
j Don't fall to see Prof. Reese at the
Princess tonight and the remainder
of the week. "Mind reading by men
tal telepathy." Admission only 10
Deputy County Clerk Dunn, was
preparing election ballots, stationery
etc., last evening for distribution today.
Mrs. J. Drysdalc of RocK Springs
returned homo this morning after a
pleasant, visit with relatives and
friends in this city.
Dr. S. B. Thatcher has moved his
dental office to tho second floor of
tho 'Howell-Carddn Company build
ing, suite formerly occupied by Dr.
' O. H. Budge. (Advertlsment)
!0. S. L. Detective Jos. Jones of
' , Salt Lako spent Thursday r
having como to attend tho Purdlo
Y . Mr. Thos. Wharton of Lima, Mon-
t" tana, spent Thursday In Logan.
MfeHin J. Ballard, who camo to
Logan to attend tho funeral of Wm.
Purdlo on Thursday, returned to his
h missionary field of labor on the
J' If Thursday afternoon train.
The Wilson, one of the leading Ho
tels of Salt Lake City: rates $1.00
per day and upwards. Music during
meal hours. Headquarters for Cache
; Valley people.
After all there 8 no beet digger
like tho Avery, sold by the Sidney
! Stevens Implement Co. tf
t . ) Manager Joseph Qulnney, Jr., of
the Logan SugdrFactory says that
' farmers from all parts of the val
ley are taking full advantage of the
! . . recent flno days and nro digging and
hauling beets to their fullest capacity.
-;. - Jersey heifers and cows for sale.
V "Will freshen this fall and winter.
; Smart's Farm, two miles east of
'. ' . Thatcher Bank (Advertisement.)
t Tho Logan Rapid Transit Company
t Is making good headway with Its ex-
I ; tentlon of tho interurban to the south
; ; end of tho valloy. Grading is prac-
i tlcally completed from Center street
K , . . to Logan river. Ralls and ties for
' . tho first block aro also laid.
Mr. and Mis. Vernon spent "he
early part of the week In Salt Lako.
Miss Agues Cassldy will leave on
Monday 'for Lo's Angeles where sti5
will spend the winter.
Highest cash price paid for oats.
Thatcher Coal Co. Phone 16 and 70.
Room and board, over Huh Cloth
ing Co. Apply Mrs. N. M. Degn. tf
Miss Rhoda Hradshaw is visiting
for a few days with relatives and
friends in Huntsvlllo Utah,
Speaker Champ Clark of the house
of reprtsentatlves sent an invitation
to Congressman Howell to be a mem
ber of tho congressional committee
which will attend tho funeral of Vice
President James S. Sherman to bo
held at Utlca, New York Saturday
at 2 o'clock.
James Baugh of Benson was In
town yesterday. Ho says there is
no fear about tho usual Republican
landslide which always visits Ben
son ward during tho familiar Novem
ber days, and that but one Democrat
can be found In Benson nnd that he
would not dare take a chance with
the national policy of his party.
R. L. Campbell, who has been In
Salt Lake this week, returns with
the encouraging statement that Salt
Lako County Is conceded by all con
servative citizens of the capital city
to bo In tho Republican columns
again this year as usual. It Is with
regret, however, that wo learn that
our former townsman, Robert S.
Campbell Is again In poor health.
Tho Stako Presidency announco
that President Joseph F. Smith,
Apostlo Hyrum M. Smith, Bishop C.
W. Nibley, will be In attendance at
Ae Stako Quarterly Co'nfcrenco to
bo held In this city noxt Sunday No
vember 3. Meetings will convene
at 10 a. m., 2 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Saturday evening, November 2 at
o'clock Jthe general priesthood meet
ing of Cache Stako will bo hold in
tho Tabernacle Tho abovo named
brethren will be In attendance at
Among the most pleasant it tho
Hallow-ecn parties was that given by
the Pi Zeta Pi Frnternlty at tho
Chapter House on College Hill.
The house was decorated with
maple leaves, corn stocks and Jack-o-lanterns
with skeletons and 'skulls
cleverly arranged at tho entranco so
as to present a real "Frat" appear
ance. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Bowman, Misses Ollvo
Jensen, Hellen Young, Mary Howell,
Delia orrell, Anna Mathcson, Alice
Dunford, Vera Myler, Vera Madsen,
Mario Carlson, Dora Johnson, Ethel
Jensen, Marie Garner, Emma Mour
Itzen, Eva Alvord, Ruby Woolf, Ma
rian Smith and Messrs M. C. Harris,
Vern Peterson, Norman Jensen, Ed.
Laurensen, 'Ed. Holmgreen, Mark
Green, T. W. Bennlon, John Lusher,
Laurence Godbo, Irving Clayton,
Tora Aldous, I. L. Hobson, Cyril
Owen, Jas. Haslem, Vnughan Haws,
and E. G. Robinson. Most of tho
ovonlng was spent at 600 and
honors were awarded to Dora John
son and Vern Peterson.
Lost Gold watch, open facj,
monogram C. A. M. Return to
this office. Howard. n2
Mr. and Mrs. Hyrurfl Lloyd of tho
Second ward nre receiving congratu
lations over the safe arrival of n
baby girl born Thursdoy.
Football today, 3 p. m. at U. A.
C. campus. Admission 50 cents.
The Rov. Martin Thomas will
preach at tho M. E. Church Sunday
November 3. Morning service 11:00
a. m.; evening service 7:30 p. m.f
Sunday school 12:00 m.
Football today, 3 p. m. at V. A.
C. campus. Admission CO cents.
Tho Wyoming University cowboys
play tho Utah Aggies at 3 p. m. to
day, U. A. C. campus.
Announcement Is made of tho en
gagement of Miss Eva Ou'rev of th'-j
city nnd Mr. Vernon Shelllold, form
erly of Brlgham but now a resident
of Logan. The marriage will be
solcmlzed early In November. Box
Mr. Lewis Haws a missionary of
Butte, Montana accompanied the Pur
dies to this city.
Mrs. Thos. Morton, Misses Nettlo
and Agnes Morton leave this morn
ing for Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania
after an extended stny with relat
ives In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rowland, Mrs.
Agnes Noctor, James and Robert
Purdle of Pocatcllo, were In Logan
Thursday to attend the funeral of
their brother William Purdle.
Messrs David Evans of Rlverdale
Idaho and Philip Evans of Rexburg,
Idaho came, to Logan (o attend the
funeral of their brother-in-law Wm.
There was a heavy rcglst'atlon of
voters all over the city on Wednes-.
day and Thursday. Th0 three poli
tical parties were out hustling in
The ceremony was performed yes
terday in tho Logan temple which
bound In marriage Miss Dora Niel
sen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Nielsen, on West Center, and Mr.
Bllllo Cartwrlght, of Beaver. Follow
ing tho ceremony a dinner was serv
ed at the homo of tho brldo for the
Immediate families. Both young peo
ple are well known In tho city and
with their host of friends Tho Re
publican Joins in congratulations.
The U. A. C.-B. Y. C. Joint Ly
ceum number which took place in
Nlbloy Hall Thursday eve. was greet
ed before n crowded Douse. Every
seat was occupied and standing room
was at a premium. Miss Katherlno
Ridge way assisted by Ludwlg G.
Meyer, baritone, nnd Miss Grace
Dresmond, pianist, furnished the en
tertainment and It Is safe to sny that
every ono In attendance was satis
fied for their trouble. Miss Ridge
way was tho star- of tho evening.
The program was so happily varied
that It appealed to nil classes pres
ent, each of her numbers were given
In such an artistic and unmltable
manner as to place her at once
among tho very best entertainers
who havo nppeared in Logan thus
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
The services for tho 22nd Sunday
after Trinity will bo Holy Commun
ion and sermon at 11 o'clock, and
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
p. m. Tho public Is Invited.
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The Spirit of Hustle And! ill
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ja You'll not find a wider selection or a more con- . H
S sistent standard of high quality than is to be in- I II
spected in the new Fall Kuppenheimer models j I
now displayed in abundance. $ I
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T Is now open and ready for your inspection it will pay you to call early T H
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k ting together the largest and most complete line of Toys and Holiday k j f
h Novelties ever shown in Utah. I !i
I The H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co. j l
I it Our Gigantic Sale is Still On j I
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j Lots of Underwear and Sweater Coats, Hosiery and L. D. S. Garments, ! 9
; j also nice assortment of FURS. To reduce stocks quickly we are making i H
k j very interesting Reductions in prices for you. Be wise and call at once at I
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M Fonnesfeecfc Knitting: Works J il
j- The Only One in Logan With A Retail Store - - - North Main Street, Logan, Utah U
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