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L -v.-- THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919 I
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I I We Can Trade Tie 1&WoJ!JL Store MORE FOR A $
More Than Value THAN A DOLLAR
FOR VALUE zX, EVER BOUGHT
Incomparable fK!l l n.HV TyjL sZ
t Values At Incom- J I LjlS) J J 1 UNLl pf X
i parable prices lHr "44C yD
Every Article Is fr? S1
A Dollar Stretcher n pAY J 1fe$k -"
!MN YOU IMAdlNi: TIIIMI. BAR- A CARD TO THE PUBLIC -""' COMFORT in a comfort
gains i.v razors? rj?he phenomenal succesS of our "lc" Sale kit
Duiiium .. Duplex fi and the unusual bargains offered therein This Kit includes:
H ijs prompt us to say that the same unusual bar- i cako Rcxnii Toilet soap
safety itaior. m gm gains are offered on this "DOLLAR DAY" J ?xvAo,2ifSlSuom
mt A jg lmzorror-iti.oo MiM sale. In order to make the "DOLLAR DAY" 1 PncxkageXK00t p'
Milto? a success we realize that the merchants of 1 rnckago com riasteis
j A standnm oiitctto MW? Logan must offer genuine bargains in order 1 Tube Tooth rasto
. Safety Razor. to SUStain the reputation .0fthe day, 'J and tO I Tube Shaving Cream
ii no Razor for n this end we are submitting in part what we i".!!" Du'ch Co,d Cream ,
-.- Jtazor ror i o i An Ideal kit for the person out of
11.50 Crosscut Safe- W h g 0iV ? th& P3 f th,? ,?rtld( r 9-c plus 8c Tax i.Oo
i speak for themselves. Read carefully and
Hj u IUror for lM (j bring a memorandum of your wants. --------------
B . MAUI! YOUR DOLLAR COUNT NOW
H IM YOU REMHMUKU WHERE YOU $1.25 6 Cans Electric Wall Paper Cleaner $1.00 OLIVE OIL should bo In every
M WERE A YHAR AGO TODAY? 1.G0 IB Cakes Jorgen's Assortod Soap $1.00 household. - It Is a food product of
H WHAT WERE YOU DOING? 5 Maple- Lunch Outfits $1.00 the hlghCBt value. '
B ,. ,. , . ,, $1.G0 Auto sot, Sponge and Chamois $1.00 ,
H Recall those .fond momor os from 2 0 Sowing Baskets $1.00 ON DOLLARS DAY ONLY we offer
S start roVep'Lrt'oday: 2B JJ gg &$& lZ L ' -" '
M FOR DOLLAR DAY ONLY. A 1'B J0- " D AsplrKblets "T";: Made from select rlpo Spanish olives.
M LEATHER BOUND DIARY. , """ . 1. ! 04c pWCe' tax "..7.."... 1.00 '50 b1zo Sy,raar Br-nd
m $2.50 Value for $1.00 Household' Rubber Oloves ,... $1.00 '011- Made from California
H . 1.50 Roxbury Hot Water Bottle $1,00 Olives. It Is an extraofdln-
. 12.00 Fountain Syringo' .'. $1.00 , , Bry value, for $l.o6' l
1 A HARK IIAROIAIN. ..1'A.I-M OLIVK 1.35 Sovlco Castllo.Sottp $1.00 , ,. ,
H hiiitmi.'ivt 12 Bars Mochahlq$. Purolco Soap ..... j. $1.00 - '
m - rt""',"-"JL . r, l.!5 Celery & Iron Tonic 05c plus 5c tax $.1.00 , . TT: T-"-"
i 1 Box Complexion l'owder, tints, 1' Dozen Cremo Oil Soap ....'....'...' .' $1.0o COIX)KKD GLASSKH AND GOGGLES
H! flesh, whlto or brunotte. A. , ,, 1 D6zon Harmony OUvo Oil Castllo i $1.00'- . ,' ' vnnr vTrm M, K,
, a Jar Vanishing -Cream." 1 Quart Tompoian Ollvo Oil $1,00 , Save your oy.es frpm tho blinding'
j 3 Bars Palmolivu Soap. 6 Bottles Flshors -Root Beer 10 4c plus 6c 'tax $1.00 f8 of tho "! the, dust and, the .
' An extraordinary value for 21 Pounds Housollold Cotton .... I1.00 wfnd. Wo have a large aasortmoot
H ' 96 P"8 V,"1". taX ot G 2 Doxos aonta Stationery ,....,.-.. .$1.00.. of . 50 and 2.00 value colored
-Ml ?xUCCon?p.GexL Powder. . 6 l!::l:9t.00 0B ?i" " '
Hf 1 Tube Cold Cream $ OnB Sanl-Flush $1.00 At ",: " 1,00 '
K Dars Palmollro Soap jl.50 'HUghes Ideal Hair Brushes $1.0
For 96c plus 4c Tax $1.00 jl.50- Fever Thormomotors $1.00 " '
I8eo what we have to offor In Art Ivory for $1.00
.,,-,, " 14 Bars Palm Olive Soap - $1.00 CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLL
OPEKA GROUND COFFEE 1 Gallon ot our Egg Preserver, $1.25 for $ 1.0 A, NESS
! I 1 Gallon will preserve 50 dozen egg at a c.st of
Makes a delicious C ""trj. I 2 cents 'dozen. PEm
fragrant cup of cot- L (Jn y CV'HBVI
-,, - fee. The klad ydu SEJ23" 3 I -VQItyW
H , like to drink bo- nijvti ALL FOR ONE DOLLAR ON DOLLAR DAY MHffiUm
-Hi JLtrue HI m We want every woman to know the exquisite HS-B-GQI .
f and tno taste is ev- DflH -3 j? j j j.i i i 0 0-fj77 n y
B eriasting. Iff satisfaction found m using this combination. BKaBwr
H ox sale this fcfcgj '19 f?,ch "e a toilet danty of genuine delight, j Norer befora hm ou 8ecn 8UCh
H DAY ONLY AT jSJfcJ 'ffl a Pow4dJel'' mbargaln In- IVORY SOAP. ffhfi
B 3 PckR8 for...t.00 " , f 1 Tube V. D. Cold Cream . Weal soap for the Laundry and house
1 1 Box Venus Rouge hM-
. ON DOLLAR DAY ONLY
" '10 Large Cakes $1.00
H MAKH YOUR WALL PAPER LOOK DUE .T0 LACK OF SPACE WD CANNOT PUBLISH "
Hj f MKK NKW A COMPLETE -LIST OF OUR MANY BARGAINS. A
K Remove that dus- VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL CONVINCE YOU. A '" '"OUNTAIN KYI"EFOg1
E-Ulff9 IJarKl Never EFTil-V?J-v73ffiH tect nKnln8t V:'
H )SHS5l)o Forgottou. C-Z--HlHH Imperfection 'jMMJ
IIIIIbH tiipiW M 9 WTTJi W Vriv"
H ' 6 Cans for $1.00 workmanship. Jlfjy
B THE MONEY CORRAL,"
H AN OLD TIME
m I RODEO
"Years ago the roduo was the blg
Best thing In tho west. It was tho
occasalon when all tho wild riders,
broncho riders and sum nuots of tho
west assombled to dlplay their prow
3M. Such a Bcene Is revived Is "Tho
NIoney Corral," a new Artcraft pic
ture starring William S. Hart which
TwlH be shown at the Lyric thcatro
tonight. It was written by Mr. Hart
i,l nd Lambert Hlllyer and thoy also
B , collaborated In Us direction. Jano
H , h Vovak la tho leading woman, heading
J & oxcellcnt supporting cast.
H'S The rodeo scene of this plctuto
Hit'j! ATas vxpenslvo unl took lota ot tlmo
Hk but It justified tho effort for It gives
BuE u touch -of realism that could nototh-
Hr'c 'nvls have boon secured. Many
Hr punchers, Iiullnns, Mexicans, cowglrh
H W and othors cama to Hollywood to
B '''1 anako tho Rodeo scenes and over u
H Jlhousand persons appeared therein.
H t -"Tiio Money Corral" Is said to be
jHj I te most exciting film that has beer
Hj produced' In months.!
"You ore two-faced. You let an
other fellow kls you." "Well, If 1
have two faces, what's your kick?" I
The Sitka widow, when sho bus to
put on mourning, paints tho upper part
of her face n deep black. 4
The cooling, sparkling a -Mf&ffilij J
beverage for the warm J iinniiSS'
days-whon ovorybody 7M'$fpbfr' ' Ij Jar'
plays outdoors and a 1 aSXHmmt
I real refreshing drink is I JrmX. IB'
BECCO tastos oxactly NSN?t. WmSi
I like something olse l85??43vv
' Keep a case In "?'" -WfiJHJS
Only One A Year Rut That My Rest,
"I would produce but one comedy
a year -If tho othors I nttompted did
not mcasuro up to tho standard I
bollovo necessary for tho satisfaction
of thcatro goers."
This Is tho policy that has govern
ed tho work of Charlie Chaplin In pro
duclng "Shoulder Arms," the three
reel humorcsquo on trench llfo, to bo
shown at tho Lyric theatre on Mon
day nnd Tuesday nights and which
m'ado his provlous production "A
Dor's Llfo' such a success. In a re
cent statcmont to tho motion picturo
Industiy, following numerous re
auest for an explanation ot tho In fre
quency of his pictures Mr. Chaplin
"Comedy cannot bo mado with the
Bpeed of drania. it would not bo dif
ficult to produco Just ordinary com
edy pictures but Uio public would not
bo contont with them. Originality,
novelty, surpriBo and unlquo absoluto
ly certain to causo laughter aro de
manded, Constant 'study, the keen
est analysis of every incident in a
comedy aro required to dovelop hu
mor, And it all takes time and li.
flIte patience. .tf
Dr. nnd Mrs. E. I. Stewart spent
Inst wcok end in Ogden.
Miss Mary Yona spent last week
end with her parent's In Lewlston.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hogan of Lew
lston wcro Logan visitors on Monday.
Mr. Geoige Ward spent last wcok
end visiting his parents In Wlllard.
Mr. Tom Dewey Is spending the
week In Sandy visiting relatives.
The Misses Edna Ruud and Jonnle
Lundberg spent last week end In Og
den. Mrs. II. T. Wilson Is spending the
week nt Blnckfoot visiting relatives
Mrs. Georgo Farloy of Ogden is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. George .Rogers ot Salt Lake
City was tho guest of Mrs. N. A. Lar
son the fore part of tho week.
Miss Stella Bowcn of Pocatollo is
spending tho wcok hoie as the guest
of MlssCccIal Affleck''-
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Tho FouTth ward M. I. A. dramatic
club prejiwited two onovhet comedies
on Tuesday and Wednesday evening.
N' i -. t 1 I A
Mrs. Orson Hansen left 'for her
homo' In1 Preston, 'Idaho 'tfils morn
ing after spending a month hero vlfl
Itln'gKcFinothei'TUrsErama'ri'uud. Miss "Edith Wallace ot Salt Lake is
a cust ot lhc,Sbrosls ' $o.use, Ihl
wcekj . s!iS-'
Miss Viola Harrladn entertained at
a candy pull at' her home on Wednes1
day evening. Six guests had the
pleasure ot the evening.
Mrs. R. P. Hartle, wife ot Lieut.
Col. Hartle of the R. O. T. C, ar
rived in Logan, the first part of the
week to make her home.
The returned sailors and soldiers
of Richmond held a banquet in the
Murdock hall on Thurdsay evening.
Dinner was served and dancing en
Joyed. Mr. Cedric Snow of Salt Lake and
John Sharp, former A. C. studonts
are spondlng tho week end in Logan.
They camo up to attend the Sigma
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Malmroso spent
over Sunday at Brlgham. They at-
fl tended a missionary farowell party
given for Hyrum A. 'Malmroso who
,t, leaves soon for the mission field.
Mrs. Bert Lewis entertnlnod infor
mally at a dinner on Monday in hon
or of Mr. Lewis's birthday annlvor
saVy, Spring flowers formed tho cen
terpiece. A party consisting ot tho Misses
Viola Harrison and Rose Call and
Messrs Fred Kldgell and Jack Hol
land motored to Ogden on Sunday,
returning Sunday evonlngv
Miss Alta Richards entortalncd her
pupils at a picnic on tho tabcrnaclo
square on Thursday attornoon. A
picnic luncheon waa sorved and
Tho Zlna D. Young camp of tho
Daughters of tho Pioneors mot at the
homo of Mrs. James C, Kcurl on Fri
day. A pleasing program wnu ren
dered after which refreshments were
borved by tho boBtess.
A number of friends called at the
homo of Mrs. Wesley Haws on Wed
nesday evening and spent tho even
ing In social chat. Mrs. Haws !(
leaving for Ncphl to make her home
In the near future;
Professor Arnold entertained tho 9
membors of hla French classes at tne
Bluebird hall on Tuesday evening. ;
Flvo members presented a one act
Fronch play after which several I
musical selections wore rendered. Re- I
freshments concluded tho cvcnlnc
The Beta Delta Sorority entertain- I
cd at a dinner on Tuesday in' com- I
pllment to Mr.s Mary Mathews, who
Is horo vjsitlng her daughter, Miss
Hltma Mathews. Roses formed tho r
centerpiece. Covors were laid foj
Tho Clio qiido mot at the Agri
cultural College whero an Illustrated
lecturo was given by Prof. M. C.
Merrill on tho Philippines. They then
went to tho homo of Mrs. Roy
Thatcher where a program was ren
dored and refreshments wore served. !
A surprise party was given by tho
MIsbcs Vera Stewart, Eva Hawkcs
and Laura Owen at the home of Misa
Reta Worley on Wednesday, evening.
Dancing and games were th0 enter
tainments of tho evening. A tray
luncheon was served to twenty ,
Tho Wllford Woodruff camp of tho
Daughters of the Pioneors met at tho '
home of Mrs. N. A.' Latsen on Fri
day. The program consisted 'hi a '
vocal solo by Miss Ella Rlgbyi u -. 1 J,
i readlngt byi Mrsi Ruth MOench ,cBeR 1
and n reading by Miss-'Lcola Pitkin -1
Refreshments were'" servW'to? th
membors, pt,tha. -camp. t I
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TUo Unity. Circle- met ul 'the lromo
pt Irs. Luna tFarxell' on Wednesday
afternoon, Jrs Kte-Thomas gave
a reading- after' whiclrefreshaftnU
wore Eqrvqd'rlo the members of tho
clubhand Mrs! FreS'Th'otn'a-'aad Mrs.
N. J. DcSandera, who wero guestB ot
the afternoon. , .-,
Thp Clfo', Circle' Held their annual
breakfast at. the home of Mrs. Mos
es Thatcher on Saturday afternoon of
last week. Tho program consisted ot
a vocal solo by Mrs. L. R. Humphries,
a reading by Mrs. Leon Fonnesbcclc
and 'a piano 'selection by Mrs. 'Lewis ,
Sardonl. A four course breakfast
waa served, during which each mem
ber gave a reading on Spring. Til
lable was decorated in red and yelf '
low popples and smllax. Covers wero v
laid tor members of the club. '
Last night at tho Logan pavilion
tho Sigma Alpha fraternity held their
thirteenth annual banquet. The hall I
was decorated In green and white, 1
with a Slg pin ot electric lights hung
at one ond ot the hall and a service TT!
flag with eighty ono stars at tho oth- r ! h
cr. A six course banquet was served Jr
to 100 members and tholr partnors. (
' Toasts wcro delivered by S. O. Rich, , j fl
Hebor Meoks, W. J. Snow and O. W.
Adams. Tho banquot waB followed
by a dance.
Carly American Newspapers.
Tho first newspaper published In ' t
America made ltn ppenrnnce In Bos- ,
ton on Si-ptombcr 2.", 1000, nnd was & .
culled 1'ulillck Occurrence. It was 9 '
Intcn'iled as u monthly, but find only I '
oner Iisuc, as It was Immediately sup- 1 i
pressed by tha government for political , j
reuBons. The Boston New tt-Lctter wns i
the first iiormancnt newspaper In this
country, nnd usually receives credit
for being the pioneer, iib It was the
tlrst hnt wirvlvcd. This Initial num
er appeared on April 0, 17W, nnd its
publication wnn contluucd far T years. , -
HAVE COLOR 1H CHEKS . j!
Ue Better Lookin j Talfft ' V j
Ulive Tablets i
11 year cn i- ydlo-.v -cmplerlon pallid
tor.-3-.c- rr8t'-t'5ro;),;v youic
i bsJ tasta i.i yrr met- "li--'. no-goo(
jcn2-7qu i'.-.'J t-la C. . - Tiblett.
.Kr. 17 years cf ttud v2.h f.:3 p-titnts.
Dr. Ed -r'C:iva Tc1-' 'j r-o n purely
Tijjstal !o ccr.?oc:'J rfc- U . h olivo oil.
ftu v;lll know then by lt!r clira color.
To ha-'O a dear, pink c!.5n, bright eyes,
-o pIsT-l! a f"-"-"1- of buoyency like
chlldhocd daya ycu iast get at the cause.
Dr. Edward Olive Tc!et3 act on the
liver and boweb like calwnfl yet have
no dangerous o(lcretfect
They start t'labllo and o .rcome coiutl
patlon. Thawhy millions of Uxca are -
sold annually atlOo bad 25c per b All
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