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H PAGE EIGHT THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1919
I SOLDIERS WELCOME HOME
I ; CELEBRATION
I LOGAN, WEDNESDAY, AIOIST 20th
I 1. SPECTACULAR PARADE 4. STREET DANCE AND ,
I' One Mile of Soldiers, Bands, Floats, Autos, Etc. . MUSICAL CARPJIVAL 1 i
I rive Bands Including Payson s Famous Military 1 : 1
. .k - .-.. mmm -.-i Band; Main Street 8 p. m. 1 , R
2. BIG PATRIOTIC MEETING 1
a u DD,c UcR rmNT 5- DAZZLING FIREWORKS
Address by PRES. HEBER J. GRANT .- DISPLAY I
. . - .-.. - m . . - TABERNACLE SQUARE 9:30 p. m. "I
3. CHAMPION BASEBALL GAME . . .J-. .. I
i -. r u v n i 6- GRAND SOLDIERS BALL I
Logan, Champions of Cache Valley League, vs . T." .n r . A . 1
i , . . r xr 11 . i Auditorium 10 a. m. Continuous Dancing, Payson 1 v
H Rexburg, Champions of Yellowstone League. B?nd AH SOLDIERS in uniform admitted FREE 1 N
H B. Y. Campus 4:3D p. m. Tickets $1.00 per couple and 25c for etxra lady. I j!
I Continuous Band Concert All Day- Long
Five Bands Participating,
It . ' SPECIAL PROGRAM AT ALL THEATRES
Citizens of Cache! The Soldiers Are Your Guests! .Make the Home Celebration the Greatest Ever
I Staged In Utah. Late Cars Both Ways j
I NEWS FROM WELLSVILLE
WELLSVILLE, Aug. 13. Fum-
Hj at services were held la tho WelU-
BBi,..r vllle tabernacle July 23 over tho re-
BjB mains of Sister Kmorluo J. l'arker of
H Alt. Sterling, Brother ltlchard
Bjfl Urcnchloy opened tho servicos by
BjB prayer. Singing by tho choir. Tho
BH .following brothers bore testimony to
BH the sterling worth ot tho deceased
BjB Ir.ily: Bishop Joseph Cooper, WUlard
BjjH 11. l'arker, Win. Murray, Josoph
BH Cooper Sr., John Bedford, John
H "Wyatt, Willard Baxter, Thomas Lotoh
BjB jtiinn nnd Win. II. Maughan. Song by
IVjii. J. Allen ami compauy and Win.
ilasluiu nnd company. Singing by
tho choir, "Lot the Lower Lights Bo
Burning." Benediction was pro
.nounced by Bishop Charles W.
Ulster Pni kor was born at St. Louis
Sllwouil.Februiay 12, 1847, and
B canio to Utah in 186U, and has ro-
H. aided at Wellsvlllo since that time.
H She was tho wife of tho lato Josoph
H 21. l'arker and the mother of nine
-children, seven f whom survive her.
'J'lilrtj-four giand chlldien nnd two
BjBf ieat giand children. Tho follow
o -"K 1U0 ,ho ourvlvlug chlldron: Mrs.
BjBj 3Jary l'arker, Mr, Henry J. Parker,
H" nd'Mrs, Kmma Qlonn of lit. Stcr-
H ling; Mrs. Kmma Gnrictt oRWolls-
BjBf- -vllloi Boy J. Parker ot Salt Lake
H; -City; Mrs. Nancy Curtis und Mrs. Mil
H ler of Arco, Idaho. Interment was
H' In the Wellsvlllo comotory. Tho
K ifiiavo was dedicated by Harry C.
H, Parker, A profusion of beautiful
K flowers bote evidence of, the respect
H for tltu deceased. -t
BjB 31 r, and Mrs. W. Ourrot' enter-
W tatned at a chicken dluuer Monday
H evening in honor of Mr. Clarence Dun
can of Fort Douglas. Roses graced
w -the table. Covers wore laid for tho
B tfollowjug: guests, besides tho gueht
of honor: Mrs. Kate Garrett, Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Loishman, Mrs. Mary
Parker and Kato Garrett and Mr.
Mr. Duncan came up to attend
tho soldiers nnd sailors banquet,
given at WollsvUlo August 9. He
will spend a few dayB at Logan bo
foio IiIb return to his post.
Mr. Warren Walters came down
from Welser, Idaho, to attend tho
soldiers and sailors banquet.
Mrs. Marguotrlo Maughan Is visit
ing her sister Mrs. Harry Chrlstenson
at Salt Lako City for n week or so.
Mrs. CJrt'ta Parkinson ot Bexburg
Idaho, is visiting rolatlvos hero.
Mrs. Jennie Woods of Bexburg,
Is visiting her grand parents Mr. and
Mis. John Wyatl for a month.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo BrndBhaw
and Mrs. Brndshaw and son Homer of
Ti omen ton spent a wcok hero.
Mrs. Dan Stuart Is homo from
Miss Jnno Leishmnu accompanied
her sister Mrs. Karron Jenson, ana
children, to her homo at Fairfield,
Idaho, Monday morning.
Mrs. Alvln Haslam nnd children
have gone to Lnyton for a week or
Mis. Win. II. Haslam and chlldron
of Salt Lako City are tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lorln Haslam,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chrlstenson ot
Moroni were tho guests of Dr. W. C.
and Mrs. Christiansen Wednesday.
All our soldiers "and sailors aro
homo uow. Tho last throo to airlvo
wore Milton D. Maughan, Arch Dar
ley and Floyd Bailey.
Miss Gladys Loishman opont the
past two weoka it Salt Lako visiting
with Mr, and Mrs. Karl West and
Miss Jesslo Bradshaw.
Mr. Guy Cardon nnd Arval Adams
ami called on Mr. and Mrs. Harry
l'qrker Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Parkinson
and daughter Irma are spending a
week or two at Lava Hot Springs.
Mr. Wm. Haslam was taken to tho
Utah Idaho hospital Tuesday morn
ing, suffering with typhoid fever.
Mrs. Frank Gunnell spent the week
end at Logan with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. Peter Maughan spent Wednes
day at Garland with her daughter,
Mis. Thomas Walters.
Miss Lulu Jones was the guest ot
her sister Mrs. Carrlo Brown at Gar
land this weok.
Mr. Arnold Hollaud spent a few
days with Mr. Sidney Wyatt on his
way from Ungand to his homo at
Arco, Idaho. Mr. Sldnoy is visiting
at Lowlsvlllo and Iloxbuig, Idaho.
Mrs. Pearl Jones Is visiting at
Howell with her parents Mr. and
Mis. Charles Guunol.
Under tho auspices of tho city
council, the Council ot Defense, and
tho lied Cross ot Wellsvllle, tho sol
dleis and sailors and Miss Bertha
Jones, Bed Cioss nurse were cntor
tallied at u well appointed dinner In
tho Wellsvllle tnbornaclo Saturday,
August 9. Thlrty-nino soldiers und
sailors attended tho affair. Hoses
and cutf lowers graced tho tablo.
Mis. Dau Waltors, president of
tho lte ross addressed tho boys, al
so Lfeut. Calvin Smith, Wm. Hos
klns and Archie Darloy. After din
ner a well attended mooting was held
In tho tabernacle. After thu hall
game supper was berved to tho boys.
The day was ended by a nicely con
ducted and well attendod danco.
Mr. John S. Lea t ha in entertained
at a birthday dinner In honor ot her
husband's slxty-thlid anniversary, on
August 5. Pink and white petunias
graced the table. Covers wore laid
for Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Lcatham, Mr.
und Mrs. J. A. Leatham, Mrs. Frank
Prlco, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Loatham,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leatham, Mr.
and Mrs. Bobert Leatham, Mr. and
Mrs. John P. Leatham, Misses Lorna
and Barbara Leatham and Miss Paul
ine Stahler ot Berkley, Calif. Music
and Boclal chat were enjoyed after
dinner. Beautiful gladlollas decorat
ed tho spacious living rooms. Mr.
Leatham received tho congratultlons
ot n host ot friends.
Linden K. Woods, son of Josoph
T. Woods Is to be married In Logan
Purpose In Life.
Have n purpose In living. Aim to be
somebody and to do something, and to
know Just ulint It Is you mean to be
nnd do. Snmo people pity those who
fnll short of their Ideals the Inventor
who falls, the ntutc-Tiian who Is so far
In ndvnnco of his constituents that he
receives censure Instead of praise. But
these aro uot the ones who need your
sympathy. Save your pity for thoie
who nro drifting through life with
out n goal, Who arc Hlng without a
Wood In Demand.
Tho onlquo timber of Turkey nr.a a
few other localities tlio tine, hnrd
Brained, compact boxwood so much
prized for engravings, rules, etc., Is
now so scarce tliut the forest products
laboratory In Wisconsin Is seeking
American substitutes. Only tho Florida
boxwood and the wahoo of Arkansns
and other pnrts of the South nppronch
nearly. Other Imidwood suitable for
tome of the coarser uses Include in un
tie, torchwood, witch hnzel, great rho
dodendron, mountain laurel, tliornnp
pie and jellow ImcU'je.
Boston's Famouu Church.
There were only 8,000 houses In
Bhstou when the ''rth church was
built and many members ot,the con
cregnjloij enmu fiom outlying districts.
Tho coruer stono was laid In April,
172" and the first meeting was held In
December of tho sntno year.
Somo wise person has wnld that
"good manners aro surface Christian
ity," and an essential part of good
manners Is unselfishness, constant
thought of others and study ot tho
other person's viewpoint.
Tns Wty of th Foot.
A tool Is one who goes through life
with his eyes open, but sees not tht
things his eyes were Intended to sco.
Instead of passing to one side of trou
ble, he bumps Into It, runt headlong
Into brambles and gets stuck In mire.
And sometimes he walks right Into the
arms of fortune or happens to be John
ny on the spot when favors are being
distributed. But his streaks of luck I
aro so thin as compared with tht J
thickness of his worries and disappoint
ments that they seem to bo hardly
worth considering. i
Putting Off the Dark Moment
Bobert hnd been nrrlvlng home late
from school. At noontime his mother
told him if he repented the offense she '
would punish him. When he enmn I
home that evening It wns five o'clocl
and supper was ready. Upon seclug
his mother he thought he might coerce
her Into forgetting, and said, "Maramo.
I Is nearly starved let's cut first and
talk business later."
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UNITED STATES CIVIL 8ERVIGH
The United States Civil Service Ij
commission announces that a Fire- J
man noncducatlonal oxamlnatlon will ft
bo held on August 29, 1919, for tho IL
purpose of filling a vacancy In tho Ij
position of Fireman Laborer In the At
Custodian service at Logan. m
Application blanks and further .jjN
information may bo obtained from y r
tho local secretary, board of Civil Jy i
Service examiners, at the Logan post ' f
office. ? Jp
Quite Right, Surge. t.r
"A place for everything, nnd every- VtK
thing In Its place," said tho surgeon, ,w
as ho skillfully manipulated a dlslo- j JN
catcd Joint back to wherrf It started I 'M
from. 1 m
GKIIMANS WHO FAGI3 INTERNATIONAL- TlllBUNAI illl
Not only ex-Kaiser, and Crowu Prince, but also Admiral yon Capolle, J
upper right; upper left: G on oral von Bulow; center: Field Marshal von 1f
Mackensen; lower left: Prince Rupyrecht ol Bavaria; lower left: Qea-
cral Llman von Saadera are on the Allies Criminal list, l