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DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS I I
AT THE S
- H. G. Hayball Mercantile Co. I 1
DRY GOODS One Line of Dresses, Each $1.00 12 lbs. Navy Beans $1.00 4 S
t1 Factory, 5 Yards for SI 00 One Lot of Middies, Each $1.00 8 Cans Pineapple $1.00 jff
, . ' Miaya.d.BYJlioo SSh5Sdl ftSS SOXS ,
Cambric, 35c, 4 Yards $1.00 v G p . 25c s 1 0ft J EH
. , Shalley, 30c, 4 Yards $1.00 GROCERIES 4 Pair 50c Sox " SI 00 M
Japanese Crepe, 35c, 4 Yards $1.00 17 Bars A. B. Naptha Soap $1.00 I
I Wool Goods, 1 Yard $1.00 17 Bars Crystal Soap .... . $1.00 SHIRTS . H
Voil, 4 Yards $1.00 13 Bars Creme Oil Soap . $1.00 1,000 Men's Shirts, Values ?1.50 to I' H
Voil, 2 lards . $1.00 25 Bars Diamond C. Soap $1.00 $3.50. Dollar Dav $100 W H
Embroidery, 48 in. wide, 2 Yds $1.00 10 Pounds Sugar $1.00 ? g Kpj
':, Embroidery Insertion, 10 Yards $1.00 3 Lbs. Walnuts and 1 Lb Peanuts $1.00 SHOES rH
jl Table linen, 1 Yard $1.00 2 $1.00 Lemon Extract ... $1.00 100 Pair Ladies Oxfords, choice.. $1.00 K
? SSTV41 J-25 2 11 00 Vanilla Extract. .$1.00 100 Pair Strey Oxfords, per pair. $1.00 I
Silk 1 Yard $1.00 5 25c Asparagus Tips $1.00 100 Pair Canvas Slippel-s, per pair $1.00 I
t - Curtain Scnm, 8 Yards $1.00 4 25c Cans Asparagus Tips .FREE $1.(30 Given Free with every Pair of I
Corsets, per pair $1.00 6 Bars Walter Baker Chocolate Jtt.00 Sh Co3ti 0yer gM
- i Towells, 2 Pair $1.00 5 Cans Runkles Cocoa, 30c size . $1.00 - fa v i H
Towells, 1 Pair $1.00 v 20 Rolls Toilet Paper .. $1.00 GLOVES If
".. ' Children's Hose8 Pair $1.00, 16 Bars Fairy Soap $1.00 . , B . '
' Ladies' Hose, 4 Pair $1.00 7 Large Cans Tomatoes ..... $1.00 J TPau V G1ves fl'SS . '
Boot Silk Hose, 3 Pair $1.00 . 7 Cans Early June Peas - $1.00 ?Arge .? S"?? ; 1122 lM
, Silk Hose, 75c, 2 Pair $1.00 " 10 Cans 15c Sardines $1.00 W Large White Handkerchiefs ...... $1.00
JF Combinations, 2 Pair $1.00 1 Dozen Tumblers, Rep. $2.00 $1.00 rnvvn at t g i H
Vests, 4 For $1.00 3 Lbs Bulk Tea, Reg. 75c per lb .$1.00 WJYiiKAid H
Ladies MusUn Drawers,-2 Pair ... $1.00 8 Cans Large MUk $1.00 $1.50 Tan Coveralls $1.00 ,
J- . Unbleached Canton; 4 Yards $1.00 2 Good Brooms iL $1.00 - $10 IBlue Coveralls $1.00 j ''
LOGAN, - - - UTAH j I
SMITHFIELD, May 16. Tho'com
znencement exercises of the ninth
grade graduating class were' held In
the Second ward tabernacle on Sun
day evening. Prof. N. A. Peterson
ofsthe U. A. C. delivered a most In
spiring address. Great credit Is duo
Prof. Hurrcn and his corps of teach
ers for the splendid showing made
undor such unfavorable conditions as
havo existed this year on account of
tho influenza. '
, lira. G. C. Nolson of Loa, Wayno
county, Utah, was tho guest of her
brother and wife, Mr. and Mis. F.
II. Lovctt tho forepart of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lovctt accompanied her
" to Salt Lake City where they mot
Dr. Nelson and enjoyed a few days of
J kw rest lu tho city.
Quito a number of our citizens went
to Ogdcn for tho Golden Spike celo
btatlon, among whom wero J. W.
Harry, Goorgo Hind, Mr. and Mrs.
William Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Coleman, Mrs. Emma Thornley,
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
GrilUth, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shetfor,
i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griffith, Mr. and
. I i Mrs. L. D. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
j ucl Nelson, Mr.and Mrs. Frank Winn,
-11 "r an Mr0, e0orE Thornley, Mrs.
JR James A. Cragun and Mr. and Mrs.
ry" H. B. Thornley,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Elmer KlngBtord
entertained at Bupper Thursday in
honor of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Roskel-
! 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winn, Mrs.
h James A. Cragnn and daughter Ora-
llo mot Lieut. Dresden J. Cragun at
',' Bolt Lako City, as ho came over tho
Wostora Pacific 6n Saturday evening
,jjkr on a fifteen day furlough. Lieut.
f Cragun sailed from Siberia on March
a Wra.-D. G. Cragun nnd baby will
bo guests of th'o Cragun family hero
t until Llcnt. Cragun receives his dis
chargo from tho army.
&A Tho Second ward Relief Society
p held their annual conforenco on
Tuesday last. President Laprolo Hy-
er, Emma Thornley, Eugenia Lund
qulst and Hannah Hind of tho stako
t board were in attendance. After U10
program, Ice cream aud cake was
cerrcd, The offlcerfl wero all relwis-
cd .and. tho f ollowlns tncomlne offl-
' in. i y . f
Ikelloy; counsellors, Johanna Larsen
'and Kitty Toolson; secretary, Helen
Richardson; treasurer, Mary E. Far
roll; cholrster, Agnes Thornley; or
ganist, Rcglnla Smith; class leaders,
Nellie Toolson, Katie Cragun, Kitty
Toolson and Lana Ewlng.
The city officials are planning to
observe Memorial day exercises and
dedicate tho trees which were plant
ed on Arbor day in honor of Messrs
Glen Miles, Earl Marp'er" and" Maurice
Miles who made the supreme BacrN
flee whllo In the efvico.
Lightning struck tho borne of Tho a
W. Crngun on Tuesday evening and
did considerable damage.
Mr. Hyrum Olney was also knock
ed to tho ground by the samo bolt.
Mr. nd Mrs. James Mack of Og
den spent tho lattei part of tho
Mr. C. M Collett is at home again
after several weeks spent in Idaho.
Mls3 Venice Hlllyard returnod
homo on Wednesday from Aberdeen,
Idaho, after a pleuaant visit with Dr.
and Mrs. Glen Toolson."
Dr. aud Mrs. R. T. Merrill went to
Idaho Falls on Friday. Mrs. Merrill
returned home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Innes arrived
In our city this week. Mr. Innes
takes tho placo of Mr. E. R. Tuttle
as forest ranger,
Mrs. M. E. Fftrrell and daughter
Mary accompanied Mr. hCarlcs Far
roll to Salt Lake City from which
placo ho left for the central states
Mr. Valvin Cragun chief operator
for the Utah Light and Fuel com
pany, Is visiting the Cragun family
William PUkington and Andrew
Holjcson were the successful bidders
for tho pavement work to bo done in
our city. The total of these walks
nraount to over 80,000 feet. The
work Is to bo completed before Octo
ber 1 of this year.
Molliors day was fittingly observed
In both wards last Sunday.
Mr. Roylance, bookkeeper for tho
Miles Incorporation, left Friday to
visit his mother at Springvllle and
attend to business at Salt Lake Clt
Algerian Grain Regions.
Grain Is produced In Algeria chlelly
In valleys lnterspcm-d among the
mountain ranges near the Mediter
ranean coast nnd on the Itlgh plateaus
lylcs between the eo&eUU mocntnln
rcloe and th ks etorated saoeea
vfekh fera tike iwffemi )Wr U Sko
N0T1FYIN0 THE PRESIDENT
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 10.
If the president is absent in Europe
when Congress meets today, how will
the time honored ceremony be per
formed whereby a committee of tho
Ioubo and Senato notifies htm that
both houses aro assemblod and are
ready to receive communication ho
may care to make to them?
fThl Is something not yet worked
'out by tho experts. It may bo tho
committee will bo named as usual and
sent to tho White Houeo to leave U10
word with Secretary Tumulty. Somo
suggest that tho president bo Bent n
wireless. Or It may bo that lht for
mality will bo omitted altogether.
I Is n contingency which lma nuvur
bforltcscn alw- A wnlzbszlllldinb
boforo arisen In the history of the
After the Fire.
When fire hns swept 11 bit of wood
land the flow era thnt start tho follow
ing season are often not the Mime as
grew there before nnd frequently ard
strange to the locality. Queer legends
have grown up to account for this fact,
but tho explanation Is in reality very
simple. Down under the surface boll
these seeds hnve been waiting no one
knows how long. They never had a
chance before fire gave It.
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PUBLIC AGAINST DURLESON
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 19.
The public is up in arms ugalnst the
railroad service and rates, against
the telephone Bervlce and Its increas
ed rates and is dlssatifled with the
telegraphs, according to Senator Ster
ling of South Dakota. He has just
returned to Washington from hl own
state where he made a nerles of
"I find that practically ever) one
who has to urc the nrllroads to any
extent Is complaining about hurvlco
or rates or both," said Senator Stei
llug. "I find that the public gener
ally Ib nroubetl oer tho telephones
jnnd that there is dlasatlsfactlon ovu
tho telegraph serlvce. I think this
I sentiment is wldespiuad oei the
Putting Off the Dark Moment.
Robert hud In en nrrMng home late
from school. At nnontltno his mother
told him it lie repeated tho olleiiHo she
would punish him When he en mo
home that evening It wiih live o'clock j
nnd Huppcr was ready. Upon Heelng
tils mother he thought he might coerce
her Into forgetting, and wild, "Mamma,
I Is nearly stnrved let's cat first and
talk business later."
Some of the roost forgetful of men
have monuments elected to their mem
ory. Indianapolis Star.
fWW'WfW I KopantB xC HnrnTtAnavi..
SCENE IN UE11XIN DURING RECENT RIOTS
BcWUrs and civilians crowding aboat tw BHjjh vara thrown wc
a JNrll SHMt u a barrlod acaJmrf it ateTtnaat of SparMtlAtt ftma,
When He Came Back
With the rise of tho curtain on the
first act of "When He Came Back"
nt tho Lyric theatre tomorrow, Man
ager Thathor will present his players
In the most startling dramatic hit of
tho present season Vincent Lawrence
great Chicago- success, a story of the
great war ut Its clone without tho
boom of cannon and the 1 utile, of
"When He G.un'o Hack" hn Jim
cloned a six months run nt the Couit
Thentie, Chicago, wheio night nfteri
night It playtd to clnnioroiiB throngn
or people II 1 1 without doubt I lie.
greatest tlfint of this nuilior, whoao
name Is United with Hiirh plas ns
"Fate Dukdos" ami "Weary Wlvos."
"When He Came Hack" while It
deals dlicctly with tho great woild
war, Is rcullv a climax to tho war,
.'or It pictuics scenes that might well
well havo taken place yesterday or
the day before. It has for its hero
dashing, devil may care Jack Overton
glvon to romanco and with the flro
of fight In his blood.
Jack 1b In lovo with Ann Norfleot,
a girl of refined, aristocratic parents
but her affection for hi in Is but
friendly. Sho admires his dashing
character and is amused at his ad
vances. Appears on tho scene at thlB
time James Stewart In lovo also with
Ann, tint underhand in bis methods
of courtship. Jack nnd James are at
odds but thiough sheer force of per
sonality Jack turns the laugh contin
ually on his rival.
When Jack finally tells Ann he
has decided to go across, slut for the
first time realles that sho Is madly
In lovo with htm Thero 1c a bcoutl
iul romantic scene In which he tells
her of his love and she admits that
sho has lout her heart to him com
pletely. They aro married and Jack
goes to his duty In France.
One day comes sad news. Jack
has been killed In tho heroic per
formance of his duty Stewart takes
advantago of tho now a to picas his
attentions on Ann but she Is true to
tho memory of her husband Dur
ing one of theso scenes Jack, who
has escaped from u German prison
camp and mndo his wuy to America
suddenly turns up at Ann's homo.
Ho informs bor that ho has desorted
bMauao ol bis love tor her and tense
ly B ryMe feer attcUo for
Stewart appears in time to compll- 11
cate matters and a tremendous ocww b
ensues when the men aro brought IiH
face to face. 11
True to his principles of decclr. . S
Stewart Informs tho secret scttIcm- B
of Overton's whereabouts. Ann trlea- M
to shield her husband but fato low- fl
crB threatening clouds and tho ffr- ,M
Ing squad BceniH Inevitable. At thu ,H
Juncture a surprlso Is In store for the- !H
nudlcnco Like all romantic plays. ' 'H
the cut tain goes down on tho filial 'B
Kccno with everyone, excepting Slow- BJ
art, happy and that Is aB ltVshouTct Bb
bo Just how Overton Is released: HJ
from hlo Intricate dllllculty Is better Sl
nppieclated seen from tho audience
than icad In this stoiy. Therefont
we aio going to lot the Rotation play fVJ
era uniavol tho mystery and allavr 'M
the piece to rolnto In its fresh, vigor- JJ
ous charm. M
"When Ho Camo Back' Is tho sort M
of, (linnm that cannot fall In Its np- HJ
peal on tho multltudo for It Is clean HJ
In Its comedy, fast in its dramatic HJ
episodes and logical In its story. II: HJ
promlBcs to bo tho war play of a do- HJ
Coral Deaac KJ
Coral bends nre apt to loie their HJ
fresh appearance. To clean them put HJ
a piece of soda client the size of n pew HJ
Into n bowl of water hot enough t HJ
dissolve the soda. Rub come ordinary HJ
6ot,p on tho fingers, then nib on to the HJ
beads between the hands. Rinse thero HJ
In clean cold water. HJ
Cuckoo Brings Good Luck. IPf
Thero Is an old superstition prera- cft!
lent In mnny parts of EiikIiiiuI thnt. If (2
mi turn the money you huvo In your (fc.
pocket when first you henr the cuclo j-jg
In the spring, you will not suffer from IH2
luck of cash nil through the jear. jSr&
Keep Children Erect. WM
To make 11 child mulntnlu an erect
position while wilting nt a bihool desk Jgp
a Oermiiti hns Invent) il a rod to bo nt- 'tS(
tnihed to 11 (lek terminating In a cup . mG
ngaliibt the child's chin. "S&H
,.i. . l77v
Relieves Pain of Stlnrr. Wkk
The Havojards nib n criishcd elovo' K
of garlic upon n spot that hns been fSBEs
stung by u wawp or bee. This rankest JK9
the bwellim: down nnd drives away w
tho pain. pH
Trinidad Lizard Farm. igB
On tho Island of Trlnldnd there 1 H
ttxlny a verltablo lizard farm Which 2S
hui all the equipment for the succcj- Kg
ful breeding of Ihetu none too uurocr. Wf
ous members of tho reptile family ffijgfl
whlcli uro now known to be Indlspe- S
able to the sugar planters. In ndflt- HJ
Ma to this enterprise a wider searct. S
M bJbj made .for toad to kelp ter -HJ
ct$Vm mriM jratT oataL ' -HJ
Ty ii , lVVJ