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SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 TT LOGAN REPUBLICAN PArp cvVl?V I
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CTiARUC CHAPLIN ..P'aoogsufe J
The Money Corral 7.r
An ARTCRAFT PIcturB ''Qhnpr Arms"
Written and directed by Hambert UliUUIUul 1111110
Llllyer and William S. Hart. Pho- in f I T M
' tographed by Joo August. Sup- h I IflfTO I If Q
ervlscd ty Thomas H. Ince. j UUcU Lllu
How ho got Into the vault was .. ... bja
I a mystery, but when vtho gang got IjHArLIN UAlU
there to clean up, they found him Villi! kill UFl I W
.waiting waiting with his gat MONDAY"
I . and on eaglo oyo that could direct . q 11
I jT a bulletj to points the average eye ZlOU tO 11 p. IB
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. .Then ,th "Dig Works" camo in
and asked Bill what he wanted. . TUESDAY
What do you suppose he DID 7 1 C a. 11.
. want t ' Come to see. It's great. l!lu 10 11 p. III.
EXTRA ! ! ! REGULAR PRICES
Lloyd Comedy Corns and twi a good laugh
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WHILE YOIT SLEET
For 8lck Headache, 8our Stomach,
I Sluggish Liver and Bowel
I Take Catcareta tonight.
I I-urrcd Tonguo, Bad Taste, Indigos
I tlon, "Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
I. aclios' come from a torpid liver and
B clogged bowels, which causo your st in
ly .cU to become filled with undigested
I food, which sours and fements l"'o gar
I bago in a awill barrel, lhat'a th. Urst
I stop to untold misery indigestion, W
I , fPs bad brcatli, yellow skin, mental
I foars, everything that is horriblj anil
I nauseating. A Cascarct to-night will
gho jour constipated lx)ele a thorough
I cleansing and straighten you out b .
H morning. Tlioy work ilii!o jou sleep '
fl alQ-cent box from your druggist wil'
1 keep you feeling good for months.
B Don't Forget This.
flv According to nn ICngll&h scientist's
TK& csthnnto thp world's totnl niunuil mln-
V fnll nmounts to 29.-15T.4 cubic miles, of I
which less thnn one-fourth drains
through rivers Into tho ocean. j
Said tho facetious, philosopher : "Put
ting something nwny for n rnlny dny Is
excellent business policy, but wlinf" gets
a lot of fellows In the tolls of tho
law is'putting it nwny for 11 dry one."
Lines to Be Remembered.
, Foe nn Immprjnl being, to set Jil.s nf
fcctlnns on tlu things of this world Is
like falling In lovo with n cpnrrow ns
it flics by us nnd out of sight. Mnrcu3
no you i;.vjoy urn
A man In good physical condition
is almost certain to enjoy life, -while
tho bilious nnd dyspeptic nro Re
spondent, do not enjoy their meals,
and feel miserable) a good slmro of
tho time Thl3 ill feeling Is nearly
always unnecessary. A few doses 6t
Chamberlain's Tablets' to tone up tho
stomach, Improve tho digestion nnd
rogulato tho bowels Is all that Is
needed. Try It. AdvG-1
Economy in Postum
I Boil Postum as long as you please,
and you will extract only healthful
f goodness. You'll get no caffeine
the coffee-drug for there's none in ,
in fact, should be boiled fully 15 min
utes, and if desired the pot can be
kept going from meal to meal, adding
more Postum and water for the new
Postum is the favorite of large numbers
. of former coffee-drjnkers and can be ir.
secured from grocers everywhere.
Two Sizes, usually sold at 15c and 25c
, r. Jl Delicious, Invigorating
" and Healthful Drink
I "-There's a Reason"
Episcopal Diosecaa Con
vention to Discuss
SALT LAKE CITY, May 1C Tho
program of the Nation Wldo Cam
paign of tho Protestant Kplscopnl
Church, undet taken for tho expan
b on of tho activities pt the church
at home nnd abroad, will bo present
ed to the convention of tho Mis
sionary districts of Utnh, which was
held Thursday nnd Friday of this
week, b) tho Ut Ilov. Frank Hale
Touret, bishop of western Colorado,
who Is bishop In charge of the Dlo
ccso of Vtnh.
Since tho proliiulnniy announce
ment of the plnus of the Hoard of Mis
slons of tho Uplscnpnt Chinch for a
great awakening to the problems of
reconduction, a largo nmjoiity of
the bishops of the church have pledg
ed their support to the movement.
The progiam has been presented to
numerous diocesan conventions In tho
last few weeks and In every case the
response has been emphasized by the
appointment of a campaign commit
tee. It Is expected that such a com
mittee will be orgnnicd In the Mis
sionary district of Utah as u result
of Bishop Touret'g address to the
Tho first step of such a campaign
committee! would bo ,the (compilation
of the results of an accurate survey
of the problems oMhis diocese..'" The
local needs would rcceivo first con
sideration, according to the program
proposed by tho Board of Missions
in cooperation with the Board of Re
ligious Education, tho Joint Commis
sion on Social Service and the other
agencies of the church.
Already much has been dono to
start oft the camplgn in a way that
will lnsuro Its success. Each dioces
an convention, that has been hold
thus far and was accessible has been
addressed by leaders of the move
ment, who have' outlined Its scope.
Without exception these.' conventions
became enthusiastic when'thcy learn
ed how great was tlm effort to, bo
made, and they' have been unanimous)
In ngrcelng to back tho campaign to
tho limit of (heir resources. -The
first of theso conventions was held
In Pittsbuig on April 23 nnd the pio
gram outline as piescnted by the
Hcv. Itobert W, Phttoti, 1). D., na
tional director of tho campaign, was
listened to with profound InUsiest.
At tho conclusion of his speech a gen
eral sentiment for cooperation was
voiced and a a result n committee
was appointed there nnd then to con
.fcr with tho bishop of tho diocese,
the lit. Ilov. Cortlandt Whitehead,
D. D., for tho purpose of selecting
the best committee obtainable In tho
dloceso to undertake the campaign.
That has been tho characteristic at
titude of all subsequent conventions
nnd tho leaders are certain of tho
solid backing of the clergy and the
Droadly speaking tho program of
the campaign falls Into four distinct
purposes, which are: To bring the
spiritual power of tho church to bear
upon the church's whole task; to ob
tain and train an adequate number
of recruits for Christian leadership;
both clerical and lay; to care, on a
yearly basis for three years, for tho
financial needs of all tho general
agencies of the church; and In con
nection with the proper authorities
to caro for the financial needs of all
tho provinces, dloccs nnd missionary
districts of a missionary, religious
education or social service nature.
That tho needs of the church may
bo brought out In a clear, definite
and accurate way, diocese by dlocasu
a national survey is being limde. To
this end and for tho other purposes
of the campaign, a Central Campaign
alnco has been orgunized with Ilev.
II. Uland Mitchell as Its manager and
with its head offices at 124 East 28th
street, New oVrk City. The office al
ready has beon organized and much
of tho preliminary clerical work has
To a great extent the campaign or-
When He Game
By 11110 good fortune. Manager
Thatcher of the Lyric theatre, has
secuird for a premier engagement In
this city, Vincent Lawrence's latest
and most thrilling drama, "When Ho
Came Hack." The Hotntlon plaers
will appenr In this romantic offer
ing on next Wednesday oenlng.
"When He Came Back" while not
u sni pl In tho sense that ar
pla with the stem, tragic episodes
or the battlefield, luiB wig tor Its
ntmosphoie and the icsults of wni
for Hh theme. It Is particularly op
portune nt this time, for It takes up
Its theme nt the war's close nnd noi
durtnu Its action, mid Its Interest Is
the4c by Increased Its lomanec sus
tallied and Its appeal coin hieing
' When He Came Duck" come bnek '
to the east fresh from n six months
triumphant run nt the Court theatre '
Chicago whero night after night eag
er crowds Jostled for admission.
Its presentation In the Lyric will bo
marked In every particular by the
elaborate and colorful lighting, scen
ic and mechanical effectB of the gig
antic orlgnal production.
Jack Overton, the dashing, deb
onair hero of the romance, Is In lovo
with Ann Norfleet, Its charming and
talented heroine, Ann Is not sure
of her own feelings for Jack. She 1b
peoved at hlB devil-may-care ways
land hlB persistent attentions. Tho
triangle is formed by the appearonco
of James Stewart, laeo In lovo wltk
Ann but mean and tricky In his me
thods of approach.
Ann suddenly finds her self deep
ly in love with Overton when he cas
ually informs her one day that he
is "going across." She promises to
marry him nnd to await patiently his
return. They arc mnrrled and Over
ton Bails tor France,
Later on a sad day comes the news
that Jack Is killed In action while
performing his duty heroically. Stew
art takes advantage of the news of
press his suit. Hut Ann Is true to
tho memory of Jack.
Tho situation is here complicated
b the leturn of Jack, n desortcr He
has been enptuted by tho Germans,
escapes from pilson camp nnd mnkea
his way to America. The fccene hero
in ho mcota his wife, her repudiat
ion of him, the m rival of Stewuit mid
the secret police makes n picture of
startling, dramatic clearness.
Hut In tho end when things look
dnikest, the U. S. Government has
a bit to guy. It would bo unfair to
the audience to 1 uveal the happy de
nouement or this play. Suffice It to
say that tho clouds nro brushed away
and true lovo once more thrives In
the sunshine of happiness.
FOR A Sl'IlAIXKD ANKLE
As soon as possible after the In
jury Is received get a bottlo of Cham
berlain's Liniment nnd follow the
plain printed directions which accom
pany the bottlo. Adv-C-1
flee will denl with the campaign com
mittee of each diocese, hut whero a
Province Is organled sulllclently for
the needs of thin cnmpalgn. the cam
paign committee may wuik through l
the province. In this wn tho whole
needs of the whole chumi, al iiuuiu
and nbioad will he known to tho
'central campaign olllce and the cam-'
'paign can bo conducted ho that theso
needs mny best be met. I
Ono of the most striking features
of tho campaign thus far Is the re
sponso ovorywhero which It has tir
oused. Laity no less than clergy
find In It an inspiration and a hopo
and aro deeply Impressed with Its vi
tal need at this critical time of the
countrys spiritual development. Now
moro than over is tho timo to act,
they say In letters to tho campaign
olllco for wcro tho church to fall in
her mlBElon today she will hnvo lost
. f w
tho opportunity for tomorrow.
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Have a Player. Piano in B
Your Home When the ! I
Boys Come -Back I
If you own a Milton player-niano you I
may have singing in your homo The Mil- j H
ton player piano makes it very easy for H
anyone to accompany singing. I
With tho vocal song rolls, which come with tho H
words printed on them, and a Milton playor-plano, H
you have tho best means obtalnablo Tor promoting VH
pleasure and entertainment for your friends nnd
The "boyo" will appreciate It when they come bock. 'H
A Milton player piano my bo H
bad for 3686. Your own time , H
j to pay.wlthln rcason.of" course yM
Thatcher Music Co. I
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' Two Discredited Prophets.
Among other nlnetpenlh-century
fnlM' prophets might bi mentioned tho
cx-nnviil officer Mellaril Brothers, who
predicted that ho would he king of
Jerusalem, mid Prlvute .Inmes Wl 'to,
who founded 11 religious .sect known tig
j the Jcxicelltes.
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Tul-.o Hall I'uinlly l'IK far candluntlun.
I What Is It?
A sniiill girl was visiting her nunt's
room for the first time. She walked
nbout nnd scrutinized everything with
Interest. Finally she stopped beforo
an attractive picture frumo which was
standing on tho table, but was empty.
After u puzzled moment she said:
"Auntlo Ethel, what Is It I don't seo?"
Removing Old Putty.
A great deal of scraping can be
saved, when putty Is to bo removed,
by brushing over It some nitric or
hydrochloric ncld nnd lenvlng It for
nn hour or two. A brush Unit Is
of no further use should he employed,
us the ncld ruins It. The putty nt tho
end of the time will he round Miftcned
to such 1111 extent unit little mure than
a wipe Is needed.
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CAUSi: OF linA'OACHKS 'H
Dy knowing the cause, a disease- 'H
may often be nvoided, This Is par
tlculaily tiuo of hoidacho, Tho most
common causo of luwlnclio Is n dlsor-
jdurod BtouMch or coustlpatlqu, YliIcl '
may he co'.cted by Uiklng a foir
doses of Char..bpil:ilu'4 Tnblotu Trr -
It. Many others 1 uvo pbtalnud per-
manent relief by taktnc thoso tab- H
letP. They aro easy to tnU' nnd mild: H
nnd gcntlo In effect. Adv-G-I H
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TTe w ho knows nothing knows enough. M
If he knows when to be silent. M
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