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H?f"" EIGHT " THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919
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Hj Hoot Fights U.S.
toff; Incorporation of
HI , Railroads
gHf .-ST. LOUiS, Mo., May 19.--Coiu-
B ' ,, ijsulsory federal Incorporation of rail-
Hf Jxroads, government guarantees of In-
H aome. and the removal of the roads
Hj .Srero the Jurisdiction ot the present
H .atate commissions, as steps proposed
ijirlor to the return ot the railroads
, o private ownership, were condemn-
fc ! by Ellhu Root In a totter read bo-
Sore the Missouri Bankers convention
" Mr. Iloot'a loltor was read by S.
"Varies irtteld .president ot the Na
tional Association ot Owners ot Rail
H read securities who had rctiuestcd an
B opinion from Mr. Hoot as advisory
H .counsel to the association.
H Mr. Hoot Indorsod the plan put for
H -ward by tho Security Owners assocla-
H -'Hon under which congress woild fix
i -a fair rate of roturn for tho roll-
cwads ot each rate making district as
i whole and require the rato making
:uthorItIo8 to fix latcti which would I
presumptively ylold that return. In
ttho inrent of any road making moro
' Chan tho prcHcrilied return the cx
c8a would be taKen by the gavorn
xucnt and used to piouuito public In
m Screst In transportation.'
B j)hki:ct ov govi'.hn'.hknt vuax
m A general rato fixed by tho gov-
K I ernment for ull rullroads, Mr. ltoot
B f ' contends, has this effect. If tho rate '
EJ'j '" fixed so as to give a fair return
H j 'to weak roadH it will give uu uxces-'
W I lu return to the strong roads while
V Sf M the rates is fixed on the basis ot
tM -in eaultablo return to Uie strong road
B S Jt, would drive out of business their
BB W weaker competitors.
HI j Mr. Itoot piecedcs hh conclusion
HH -ivlth tho statenuiit th.it it Is apparent
Bjfl7 Jttlint the people ot the country do not
BbBI rwisirio enter upon a permunont a-
BJH t,em Of government operation.
BBm, "j.jwrhQ rullrondB ate to bo returned
BJ ' iorlvato oiMiurahlp," ho says, "and
F, , -iliey; cannot bo penntttcd to go back
Kf tOjiiincoiitrollfd operation of the car-
r ,IIo maintains also that some pro-
B ' -vision must bo madu to prevent the
e - . : J5-,
i, ' continuance of the steady progress to
"ward bankruptcy which characterised
H yllieldocade bofoio the government
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took possession in 1917;
VAST rUlUAO HOLDINGS
Ho points out that, half ot the peo
ple of the United States aro Interest
ed directly or Indirectly In the $17,
000,000,0b0 ot securities represent
ing the railroad Investment ot the
country and that one quarter ot the
savings of thirty million people hold
ing policies in tho great lite Insurance
companies Is Invested through these
companies in railroad securities.
"That however," he continues, "is
only a small part ot the reason for
some arrangements which will main
tain tho value ot these securities.
Railroad securities are a chief basis
ot credit on which depends all tho
business of the country and If that
credit be destroyed the consequenco
to all American property will bo In
FAVORS HTATK COJDIISSIONB
In regard to federal Incorporation
Mr. Root says: "There Is only one
avowed purpose which could be ac
complished by this plan, and that is
to withdraw tho rallronds entirely
from tho Jurisdiction ot the stato
comlmsHlons, This is unnocessniy
because congress has power to auth
orize tho fodornl rato making auth
Itlo to overrule tho stato commission
In respect to tho rates which Intorfete
with the Interstate commerce rates.
The stale commission sought not to
bo destioyod. The peoplo along tho
lines of tho railroads in the sevotal
states ought to havo near their homo
bodies to which they can go for re
drew ot gilovanccs against tho rall
ornds. They ought not to bo compell
ed to go to Washington for that pui
Word Most In Uqe.
Tt li declared by n philologist that
nine words do one-fourth of the verbal
work, iiml :tl words one half. Tho
nine iot iinefiil wirds lire: And. he,
line, It, of, the, to, will, j on. Tl.e 34
more Unit, h thee nine, do
half our literary work lire! About,
nil, n, nti but, ran, emue, day, denr,
for, get, go, hear, her. If, In, me, much,
not, no, on, one, ri. nn h, Unit,
I line, the, till.", though, lime, we,
with, write, our.
How He Averages Up.
"Do inn n tint knln't do no work his
ownce'f," unlil Uncle Kben, "generally
average up by maklri' n whole lot o'
trouble full oilier people." ' '
,. . High-Priced GoU.
dregonfnoled os nMireedlnstato.
for goats, pure-bred sires often bring
ing prices In excess "vf V()0.
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The Girl Graduate and
The June Bride Take
The Center of
"The success of a ' play ''depends
largely on the costumes chosen." This
remark was dropped by one ot the
leading producers who spends lavish
sums upon the dressing of his char
acters. So In daily life the drea of
the person cither makes or mars her
success. With this In mind the
thoughtful woman will realtre the
charm afid Influence ot her clothes,
and give to their selection a Vuffhy
clcnt amount ot time. When one is
well dressed one feels better mentally
and physically and the effect ot thlfi I
pleasing atmosphere on tho associa
tion is most agreeable to both con
cerned. A ' wJ
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This Is especially true when ono
h about to cntor Into a ceromony.
Tho young girl graduate must look
her very best on this meritorious day
and if she is no I well dressed, sure
ly sho can not feel as comforlablo as
she should. Much depends on her
ftoclc which should bo choson with
the uttermost precision.
FOR GRADUATION DAY '
Simplicity, of course, Is 'nbled In
all frocks for this 'occasion. Tho
faewUittttslmplJoltyHrutft rulo, how
ever, doos not in any way mltlgato
tho variety and charm ot tho sclec-
Hon. The most appealing things are
made on simple lines. Tho material
in an Important factor in the develop
ment of the frock. The Illustration
of the frock for tho younger girl Is
un excellent example ot this. Th
lines aro extremely simple and there
Is no trimming, but the exquisite ma
terial Is Bufllclcntly Interesting to
substitute for other attractions. Tho
underskirt is dovcloped In plain sat
in and the tunic and panels ot the
waist arc made of figured Georgette.
The puffs of the sleeves are of plain
Georgette and tho girdle Is of satin
i , The. .rookie-;-, Uie, college graduate
foaturps tho.,uneven, tunic. The rmv
torlal is artistically draped so that'lt
falls ilow,nnd, j-ounijed,.ono, sUJq find
str.a)s)if an,d sjiort on ,Uie ohter side;
Thcj Hndorqklrt Is not very narrow1;
for the fnbr,Iclkbelng oft falls inlo
pretty folds, Tho huge- bertha ,ln n
timely Revival as are Ujo ' .sh()rl
sleeves. The sleeves, bertha, lowei
1 edge of tho skirt and tunic aro trim
med with Insertion. The long un
even lines lend a quiet dignity to the
wholo make up
Till! HKIDi: STKI'S rORWAKD
May Is tho time of preparation for
the June bride. There Is so much to
do. And although sho has been plan
nlnp. and preparing, there is always
some last minute touches that must
be done. The wodding gown Is tho
first consideration, Tho pure white
satin ot the past Is being rathor for
saken for the less "sovcro and moro
flattering cream satin. If Jewels aro
worn they Bhould be pearls. Pearls
have all the naive quality that is so
necessary In tho bridal costume. With
ono costumo of cream eatln, the bride
woro a long ropo ot pearls which she
wound about her throat In qulto a
As usual satin and lace aro the
favorites for the bridal dress but
the other materials such as cropo do
Chine and Georgette may bo used
for less formal ceremonies.
THP. IMI'OHTANCi: OF NKGMGnn
There Is perhaps no other garment
In tho trousseau that Is moro de
lightful to make than tho negligee.
With the negligee there aro no con
ventions to be regarded and nil the
longed for fnnclcs may bo expressed
In the llluslce folds of the fairy like
The black and white craio seems
to have been revived for tho'hegllgco
This, Is trying contract and tho area
, ot spotting m,ust be adjusted so as
to fiujt each indlvidlal..When carq
fully done however,, It Is hard, in
deed, to find any combination or con
, trast that will asnttradUo as this.
. a TiiyqirfFMi combination
- ' FKATURING Tlip BERTHA
Are Judges of Own 'Memberohlp.' '
tnTlie CoratltuUon 4;lye! each house
, of tho national congress the right to
ffcxpe1 a 'nieraWr, 'and makes each
house the sole "Judge 'in' the matter.
Any charge would yufllce. If two-thirds
of the members deemed It cause for
expulsion; Neither house has anything
' to, do with expelling a member-of the
t other house.
Since the ground Is exceedingly
dry and there is no apparent sign
ot rain It Is advlsablo that all bcu.
growers whose beets are not comlnt;
up on account of lack of moisture,
cither Irrigate the beets up or lrrl- "
gate the ground and replant the
beets. No time should be lost In
this operation as the season Is get
ting pretty well advanced. ,
Dr. and Mrs. Fred I), Parkinson
returned to Logan yesterdny from ?
8alt Lake whore they havo been vis
King with friends and relatives.
What Sho Was.
Dorothy was boasting to her young
er sister about where she had been
when she was n year old, Margaret.
alurally, nnxtous to know how thli
concerned her, Inquired : "Where wni
I then?" Dorothy's reply was crush
ing. "When I wns n year old, you
were nothing jou were a pleco of
News In the "Ads."
A well-written advertisement Is al
ways also n news Item. It tells what,
where nnd for how much. It Is tho ad
vertiser who speaks and It Is the rend
er who gets tho message. It Is glad
news for both. Thero Is pleasure In
knowing that you can part with some
thing to supply another's need, Just
ns It Is n plensure to know where you
can get something that Is much de
sired. Columbus Dispatch. - . v
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. About Roller 8kate.'
Roller skates' were patented nnd
ased-In Kranccas, early. ns, 1810. A few ,
years Inter nn Englishman named Sy
crii patented thcmnrid manufactured
them InJ'pndop. Sjjcra' sknto consist- -ed
of it snndnl mounted on, five narrow v
wheels In n single row, so arranged, V
however, that only two of them,,, could
touch tho lloor at the same time. Sev
eral other slmllnr skates' were? patent-
ed In Englnnd during the nyct 49
I years. '
, , 4 Heally: 'T
Even realistic writer sometimes
realizes that ho cannot reallzo,on his.
realism. Boston Transcript.
I will be as harsh ns truth and as
i uncompromising as Justice. William
' Next Wednesday Logan's Annual Dollar Day come direct from your
home to our store. Don't wait; somoene may get what you wanted in particular.
k Never! Never before were such bargains to be had as we are offering for Dol
lar Day Just look at the price list below think of buying two $6.00 Blankets
for $7.00; that is, one pair for $6,00, additional pair, $1.00. Remember we have
ho old shelf worn stuff all new first clafes merchandise. Be here early. Be pre
pared to Buy and Buy for now and next fall's use.
Prices given are for Cash Only. No Charges. No Exchanges. No Delivery j.
BLANKETS HOSIERY MEN'S UNDERWEAR
Regular Dollar Day Regular Dollar Day Regular Dollar Day.
Price Price Price " Price $0r0lc . I $500
$2.00, 2 pairs for .... $3.00 25c, 6 pairs $1.00 ?3;00; 2 pairg " jjU'.OO
$3.00, 2 pairs for $4.00 30c, 5 pairs ,$1.00 $2.50, 2 pairs $3.50
$4.00, 2 pairs for $5.00 35c, 4 pairs .. $1.00 All other suits same discount ,
$5.00, 2 pairs for $6.00 50c, 3 pairs $1.00 LADIES MUSLIN UN-
$6.00, 2 pairs for ... $7.00 75c, 2 pairs $1.00 . DERWEAR
?6.50 2pairsfor. $7.50 LADIES SILC SE L RS i
Sn on Vai-llr"s;f ? OO 20. 2 pairs $3.50 Mercerized or Silk j
S S' o Pa"S ? " IH'?1 ?2.00; 2 pairs 1.. $3:00 Tops Sold at
$12.00, 2 pairs for $13.00 ?1 50 2 pairS L' $3.50 BIG DISCOUNTS
$14.00, 2 pairs for $15.00 , rAHMPRF D S' GARMENTS
$17.00, 2 pairs for $18.00 INFANTS CASHMERE Regular Doliar Day
HOSE Price Price
SWEATERS AND SWEAT- $1.75 2 pairs 2.75
ER COATS AT BIG Re!l1!aL5:?.C and 6C' oo, ?2.25, 2 pairs . $3.25
DISCOUNTS Pei PaU 3 g-ft f pairs $3.75
TTVJFATMTC! CAY ?3-00 2 Pail'S --. $4.00
1 Special lot of L. D. S. IN1 ANTS S0X $3.50, 2 pairs ... $4.50
Garments, light wt, Regular 45c and 50c $4.75, 2 pairs $5.75.
Bleach cotton, pr. $1.00 2 Pairs .. . 59( $5.50, 2 pairs $6.50 k
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