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t, j. PAGEFOCK ; THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919
H -. LOCAL NEWS
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!i l " Boy Scout Suits at Newborn's.
1 f IIlsliop and Mrs. G. V. Llmlnulst
H' J returned tn Logan yesterday from
M Salt LakoClty.
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H I San't forget llio big. demonstration
H '" ac tho Lognn Hdw. Co., Thursday,
H i Friday, Saturday and Monday, Adv
H i .i A fine son arrived at the homo of
H I Mr. And Mrs. Victor Carlson on
H f Thursday evening. All concerned do
Hj I lng nicely.
iFOIl 'SALE Flvo passenger, six
cylinder used automobile tn rood
j condition. Call 820-w. Adv-tf
M $ i Mr. Ida Miller and Agnes Mason
m n , t Provldcnca -were In Logan yestcr-
M f U day doing their shopping.
H J i Our lady demonstrator will be glad
WM fj to meet all housewives during the
W j, four days sho will be in Logan, May
H I, 16, 16, 17. 18. Logan Hdw. Co.
B F. and A. M.of tho state of Utah arts
H visiting with the local Masonic lodge
i , today. ,. A reception has been pro
M pared for them.
' t For Best Results see
I G. L. CHADWICK
H . , Chiropractor -
' ' ArimoBlk Phone SO
j 10-11, 2-4, 6:30-7;30
H ( SSS$-4S.$sS$.S$&$
H ' i Christian Sclenco sorvlccs will bo I
H Acid at the Arlmo Illock in room i
H ' I seven on Sunday at 11 a. in. Sun-
H j I day" School at 10 oclock. All arc i
H i wolcomc.
I'nlutcrs overalls and Jackets $1.25
at Ncwbold's. Adv-E-20
Mrs. C. O. Nielsen of Logan has
gone to Salt Lake to meet her hus
band, Dr. Nlelson who has been
thcro for somo time on business.
FIXE I'KnCHKIlON BTAI1LK
Wll be at Richmond from 7 a. m.
to 9 p. m. and from 6 p. m. to 0 i
m, beginning ,May 11 and continuing
until May 10. Will bo at Smlthfleld
Thursday and Saturday only. For
further Information, call William
Lawrence,, 2C-w, .Hlchmond Ex
change , Adv-5-17
Marrlago licences have been grant
ed to Henry L. Norton nnd Ida Hurst
Wesley Leon Hurst and Ida Norton,
all of Shelley, Idnho.
Tho Itolleif Society conference will
be held in tho Tabernacle on Sunday,
May 17th at 10 o'clock and ! octock.
Slstr Clarissa S. Williams of tne gen
eral board will bo horo. All of the
oIIIcctb and teachers are requested to
attend the meeting In tho forenoon.
Manager E. It. Owen of the Utah
Power & Light Co. left tor Salt Lake
early yesterday morning on a busi
President John A. Widtsoe and
wife spent yesterday in Logan visit
ing with relatives and friends.
WM. ELI HAWKINS
420 S. Main . 687-J
Mrs. Christine Rasmussen Trplson
has erected a family monument In
the Mlllvllle cemetery which1 adds
much beauty to tho cemetery.'
In splto of the high prices, on
many articles, tho merchants will
give dscounts, , make up, combina
tions, and offer many ronl values
next Wednesday ,i May 21, Logan's
tnnual Dollar Day. Don't miss it.
Prnctlcaly every storo and buslnoss
hoiiso are 'back of the movement.
Tho olllcers of'l,lhb,; Grand Lodgov
Guy Itdgers h'as'roturnc'd'to'Logan
from army sofvlcol Ho has been
serving Undo Sam in tho aviation
ilopartmcnt for tho past eighteen
months and has been stationed in
IK . ,
1 The Logae Wholesale
, Wishes to remind the Ladies that the line of.
Beautiful Pure Aluminumis going fast not too late
for you all to procure a set consisting of five useful
HI!! f ' cooking utensels; but you must hurry.
H ! f) The following prices is the reason why you
I i j should buy your Groceries at the Logan Wholesale
H I k Grocery Store and by so doing you will be able to
I v possess .the Aluminum Set:
I r SCHOOL HOY PEANUT BUTTEU 2 Bars Palm Olive and
H i ft M vr pound can 27c 2 Dors nose Bath Sc
B I, M vr 2 1-2 pound can Offc 4 Oars Iloso Bath 23c
H M Vet 5 pound can f 1.30 3 Bars Kirk Ollvo ... ...... 25c'
M m 5 pound can Aunt Dinah 6 Bars Grandpa's Soap 20c
M m Sorghum ooc
H I I f ' 3 1'2 ,b- Scuy'B Sorghum .... 34c KXTIIAOTS
I, ft Bice, G pounds OOo 8 or. Vanilla, Z. C. M. I BOo j
Navy Beans, 3 poundB 25o 8 ox. Lomon, Z. C. M. I BOc
S Cottolcne $1.25 2 ox. Vanilla, Z. C. M. 1 10c
Booth's Sardines ... 22c 2 Ox. Lomon, Z. C. M. 1 15c
& Premium Cocoa ,........ 3tio Currants, per packago 25c
u Cheese, per pound 40c Balslns, por package 15c
Rolled Oats, packago :Mc
I Itollcd Wheat, packago 3c LAUNDRY SOAP
K ( Carnation Wheat, packago .... 32c 20 nar8 Dimaond "C" 8oap, $1.00
1 10 Bars A. B. Soap 00c
ft- TOILET SOAP 10 Bars C. W. Soap BOo
I, 3 Bar" ra,m 0vo Soap 25c 10 Bars Kirk Flake Soap .... 50c
W . ,;ASSURE ENTIRE SATISFACTION WE GUAR-
J ANTEE EVERYTHING T&AT GOES OUT FROM
II THE LOGAN WHOLESALE GROCERY STORE.
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The Logan North Field Canal Is
being cleaned and all stockholders
arc requested to send men to work,
beginning at Fourth North and Sec
ond East streets, at eight o'clock this
Every visitor will receive a useful
souvenir free during tho Chl-Namcl
demonstration. Logan ' Hardware
Company, , 'Ad
Thursday tho pcoplo of Wellsvillo
celebrated May Day. Tho May pole
was one of tho special feature. The
day was spent in a merry making
way and concluded with a dance in
tho hall In tho evening.
If you want your dollars to havo
added purchasing power, remember
Logans annual Dollar Day, Wednes
day, May 21. It will bo tho greatest
shopping day of tho year.
During tho celebration in Wells
villo Thursday a baseball toam from
Box Elder county were defeated by
n scoro of eight to flvo by tho Wells
Our salesman will 'make
regular trips with demon
strator over our entire
northern Utah and south-
ern Idaho. .
A card to' us willv,bring
him to your home, ' - ,
t drowning Auto
Co. of Ogden
i As ono of tho big entertaining fca
i turcs for Dollar Day next Wednesday
will bo n baseball garao at 4 p. m.
between tho fast Logan hnd Smtlh
fiold teams. Smlthfleld won from
Lowiston by ono tally so they must
havo somo toam if thoy can beat tho
Owing to tho new eight hour law
affecting women employes, Sham
hart Christiansen company will hero
after opon their storo at 3 o'clock
and closo as usual 6 o'clock. Satur
days and days preceding holidays,
storo closes at 9 o'clock. Adv
Tho largo variety of bargains that
will bo offered by tho merchants next
Wednesday, May 21, Logan's anual
Dollar Day, will bo the best values
you havo seen for somo time. Watch
for tho window displays and advertisements.
Tho offlclals at Smlthfleld are mak
ing arrangements to celebrate Me
morial day at tho Smlthfleld cemo-
tory. A program will bo rendered
and tho evergreen trees which woro
planted Arbor day in honor of tho
soldlor boys who mado tho supremo
nacrlflco will bo dedicated, one troo
to each soldlor.
Mr. Gcorgo Taft Benson died at
his homo yesterday morning. Ho haB
been in ill health for somu timo. Ho
was born May 1, 1816. H0 is sur
vived by eight hclldron: Mrs. Lulu
B. Parkinson, Mrs. O. Alford Alder,
Gcorgo T. Benson Jr., S. B. Benson,
Irs. Leo Peck, Mrs. Frank B. SmlUi,
Mrs. Earl 0. Weavor and Mrs. Robott
S. Holbrook. Fnneral arrangements
will be announced later '
1 A. Hendricksan
Sail Lake ,
On bis return from Salt Lake yes
terday, Mr. 'Hendrlckson stated, that
tho decision rccontiy handed down
in thp sugar' case was far from being
the final outcorho in tho caso. Tho
defendants will now present their
claim for tho thousands of dollars
outlay during tho two years of con
utructlon and a fair remuneration
for tho tlmo and guarantco of con
struction, and this will bo presented
to tho samo Judge and then It will
be taken to tho supremo -court.
Wo quoto Mr. Hendrlckson as fol
lows: "Tho decision was hardly as
I had oxpectod. I am not going to bo
found at this tlmo to use tho term
I have so often heard expressed by
many Salt Lake attorneys in speak
ing of tho caso, namely 'courage.'
"Tho Judge ruled that I was an
agent of tho company and as such I
am of course entitled to an agent's
outlay for bringing into existence a
new enterprise. It I am properly
compensated for money and tlmo
spent I should have a credit larger
than tho so-called 'profit.'
"We underwrote a million dollar
contract Wo guaranteed to ' raise
fnC money and did so. I saved to
the company In commissions far more
than my profit had I received all that
was due me. 1
"Notwithstanding the fight against
me from the tlmo the Amalgamated
Sugar -company offered us $75,000
fo not build the factory on the west
side, all the- time up to the present?
yet the job was completed and Cor
nish has tho plant, and If the peoplo
over there are not gTatoful then they
aro not tho class of people I havo
always, and still do, believe thorn
"There has been much said about
profit.' As far as my personal profit
Is concerned, when tho outlays and
guaranties aro shown, every sane
man, who has had experience in large
things, will unquestionably say It
was inadequate. Tho present deci
sion only deals in tho difference be
tween tho buying and tho selling
prlco and not in tho profits. Tho
farmor who raises 1,000 bushels of
wheat nnd oel'ls it for 12,000 does not
maUo f 2.000. Out of his receipts ho
must pay seed, labor and othor expenses."
Qrecdy for Wasps.
Tho common green frog lins been dis
covered to possess nn Insntlnblo greed
for wasps. This extraordinary nppo
tlte does not seem to bo In tho least
checked by nn occasional sting. Tho
protecting color of tho froff, which sits
motionless upon leaves, no doubt de
ludes the most wary of Insects Into
sense of security. Louisville Courier-Journal.
TRINITY METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Dr. R. T. Smith, the minister, will
preach at tho Trinity MethodlBt Epis
copal church, Sunday, 11 a. m. from
"Over tho Top," and 8:30 p. m. from
"Decoration for Bravery."
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Junior Lodge, 3 p. m.
Epworth League, 3 p. m.
Logan Hide & Junt Company pays
the hlghoBt prlco for hides and junk.
Phone 62, Logan, Utah. Adv-tt
Tho club commltteo has not yet
succeeded in getting the Logan band
started for tho summer concerts. Pari j
of tho funds havo been guaranteed,
but moro is needed. It is to bo hop
ed tho commltteo will find a way out
Romombcr tho Fourth of July is com
ing. What will you do without a
band? Lot's havo tho band by all
moans. What can you do Mr. Citizen
to holp( us out? Tills is a citizen's
band and not a merchants.
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I H. G. Hayball Merc. Co.
J Organized to Reduce the High
Cost of Living
WK ALWAYS HAVK THE GOODS WE ADVERTISE
Watch This Paper for Our Dollar Day Bargains f
Salurdayonly, 10 Lbs. Sugar f or$1 .00 9. v
2-2 ears of Diamond 'G' Laundry' Soap $1.00
100 lbs. Su'gdr for Ll $10.25
8 Jbs. Evaporated Peaches $1.00
New American Cheese, per lb. 35c 1
75c Green Tea, per lb -. 40c
50c Lemon or Vanilla Extract, per 8 Oz. Bottle -35c :
7 Large Cans Tomatoes : $1.00
13 pkgs. Macaroni, Spagetta or Vermicelli .25c E
7' Cans Early June Peas , - . ., $1.00
4 Cans Salmon,35c Size ., $1.00 I
12 lbs. Best Navy Beans $1.00 1
5 Cans 30c Cocoa $1.00
8 Cans Sliced Pineapple $1.00
4 Large Rolls Toilet Paper 25c
'2 Large Cans of Milk 25c
8 Large Cans of Milk: $1.00
12 Large Cans of Milk $1.50 '
48 Large Cans of Milk (one case; $6.00
4 Small Cans of Milk 25c
12 Small Cans of Milk : 75c '
Why paymore for a Good Broom. For Satur
day and Week $1.25 Value, Sale 69c
Dry Goods Prices for Saturday and Week
One Lot of Black Silk Coats, Regular Price
$25.00. Sale $16.50
35c alid 40c Ginghams, per' yard 25c
35c and 4,0c Percales, Light and Dark, per yd. ,27c
Best American Prints, Reg. 25c per yd. Now 12J4c
Hope Bleach, per yard 22c
tfine Nainsook, per yard !,.. 25c
2,000 Yards Voile, 60c per yard. Sale, per yard 25c
, .2,000 Yds Ripp Dress Goods, 75c per yd. Sale - '"V
per yard . 25c
Men's Heavy Bib Overalls, Regular $2.50. Sale -.$1.75
Children's Coveralls, All Sizes, per pair $1.25
Ladies Fine Garments. Reg. Price $2.50. Sale $1.75
Men's Heavy L. D. S. Garments Regular Price '
$3.00, Sale 1--jl2L '$1.95-
I This isthe Place to Save Money - U
HLC; Hayball Merc. Cc.
51-55 WEST OE&TETt STREET .' I.OOAN, TJTAI1 I
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PLOT OF ' ' CHAPLtN'S
NEW COMEDY IS
Chnrllo Chaplin makes his 1919
screen debut in the most ambitious
effort of his career, entltloC "A Dog's
Llfo," which will bo shown at tho
Lyric theatre on Monday and Tues
day. "A Dog's Llfo" is Chaplin's first
production under his million dollar
contract with the First National Ex
hibitors Circuit. Closo to eight weoks
was required to film the story, and
while it is a trifle longer than the
usual two reel subject, forty thous
and feet of cellulc(d were used In
carrying out the idesi. It is tho star's
original Creadon, i
The policy that pas governed all
of ' the Chaplin productions for tho I
past two years bos been employed In
,1s to say no idea of tho nature of tho
story, beyond tho bare announcement I
of tho title, was mado public until a i
week prior to tho def Inito reloaso i
Chaplin hns extended himself to
tho utmost degroo of his ability with j
tho result that ho has produced a Jk
swift moving vehicle filled with rnp- '
Id firo comedy situations, with addol
touches of pathos, creating a whole
some and human story. Edna Pnr
vianco, tho comedlan'fl leading wom
anj has been 'given generous scopo In
which td display her talent, whllo tho
rest of tho company find many op
portunities to shlno in conjunction
with tho Btar. n
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Somo of the most forgetful of men
novo monuments erected to their mom-ory.--Indianapolls
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ROTATION STOCK CO.
E. FORREST TAYLOR V
"WHEN HE CAME BACK"
Which coraos first Lovo or Duty. I
Como and See. Ono Night Only. I.
WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 2!, at 8.15 p. m. I
Seats on Sals Tuesday, 10.00 1. m. I
EAST BOX OFFICE j