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BhURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1913 f
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Mthe best a utomobile manufactured for the money" is the I
I 1914 Maxwell "50-6". $1975 "7"""' -, ,. I
Vxv ' he Prospective Purchaser can easily be convinced that fl
H The sweetest running tnlng on wheels. Six cyllnd er motor, bloc-cast, 50 h. p. 130 Inch wheel base; tl'
jH Gray & Davis electric starter; electric lights; Bruce Ott boil; G-7 passengers; disappearing seats; 36 Tf-fF liI A VAt I I (Vlfll
H Inchx4 1-2 Inch tires all 'round. Luxuriously finished, long, easy riding springs and full equipment, In- -' iwljCj. W H1L1L4 l1
H eluding ventilating windshield, top and Jiffy storm curtains even an electric cigar lighter. Left side ,"- tka A. C ii r, , ViH
H drive, center control. ,s fie 6e" car for the money. They have the Power and Endurance so Essen-
H Halon Cache Valley Highways. t;H
I Maxwell "25" l)v. - I
I Mountain Falcon Hill Climb ((ct9P&P" I
H eleven minutes and thirty-two secondsa rise of 2,620 feet 1914 Maxwell "35-4-". $1085. $1225. Jl
l in three and One-half mileS Powerful, silent, sweet running; bloe-cast 4 cylinder motor; 111 Inch wheel base; 33x4 Incn tires all l H
ill iniv,v, mxyx wiiv, iiuiJ. iinxv.o. .round Left hand dpve( cenUr contro) E)ectro jtarter and ghtg $i225i T()ree e)ptc M
jH ill. Ml springs. Bruce Ott body, ventilating windshield an d full equipment, Including Jiffy storm curtains. 'f.'H
It would be impossible to put a car to a harder test I fl
H this is conclusive evidence of the quality of Maxwell "25." M jK -jx&z&j I ifl
H In the Contest there w ere 8 entries. The Ford reached SDHss I 'I
yl the heights in 14 minutes, 42 2-5 seconds, taking third place. "M W$$) g" v&k&) F I ill
I We Can Make Immediate Delivery of Maxwell, J 1914 Maxwell "25-4." $750. I
H 25 and 35 ' Tlle venr's sensation. Four cylinder, bloc-cast; 25 H
H horse power motor; magneto; weight 1650 pounds; Vil
H 103 Inch wneel base; 30x3 1-2 Inch tires all 'round; M
I Sold by Utah-Idaho Auto Company. SSHrHfSEr .II
H "Destributors of Maxwell Cars." jJ
I Main Office Logan, Utah. !
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H Tickets are now on sale for "Tho
H Luro" at tho Now Lyric theatre.
I Adv
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H A special car will leave for Smith-
H field Immediately after tho perform-
H anco of "The Lure" tomorrow night.
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H Hay Wanted Two or three tone ot
H first or third crop alfalfa. Call at this
H office, or phone 48. Adv. tf
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MEN'S FINE ALL WOOL 8UIT8
AND OVERCOATS $12 AND 15.
H STAR CLOTHING 8TORE. Adv. tf
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H Here From Boise Mr. Don Drown
H one ot tho associates In tho big Idaho
H Electric Power Company at Dolso,
Idaho, was la tho city yestorday on
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Visiting Here Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Thomas and llttlo daughter ot
Hebcr City and Mrs. D. W. Thomas
Po' Lehl aro visiting l!u Logan, guests
mrot JIr and Mrs. A. Thomas.
Rejoicing Over Boy Mr. and Mrs.
Hull Farr aro rejoicing over tho safo
arrival ot a flno eight pound son
which camo by the Btork routo Mon-
da evening. Mother and child aro
Betting hiong very nlcoly.
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President Kerr Hero Trcsllont
Wllllan J. Kerr ot tho Oregon Agrl-
cultural Collego was lu Logon fues
M W evening for a short tlmo. Ho
went on to Ulchmond on tho evening
g train. President Kerr was passing
through tho state and stopped off In
LoRAi and lllphmond to mako a brief
Ja,u on relative and a few particular
Lost A Bunch of keys. Finder
Pleaso return to this ofllco. Adv.
Potted Chrysanthemums will bo
sold at Llndqulst's today at 50 cents
per plnjnt. The plants are all bloom
ing. Adv,
Don't Forget the flower sale of pot
ted chrysanthemum plants at Llnd
qulst's today. Going at CO cents per
plant. Adv.
Tho Dallard Camp of tho Daughters
of the Pioneers will meet Friday, No
vember 21 at 3 p. m. at Uio resl
denco of Mrs. W. It. Sloan, 29 North
First West, A good attendance Is de
sired. From Grace, Idaho Mr. Denzcl
Poulsen, tho son of Bishop H. C.
Poulsen of Grnco, Idaho, Is In Logan
having como hero for tho purpose of
representing tho Grhco ward In tho
Mutual courso bolng given at tho
B. Y. Collego.
Removing Land Mark Ono of tho
old land marks of Sajt Lake City
wiH soon bo a thfyig of tno past. The
last rosldenco ot tho Walkor Broth
ers on tho corner of Main nnd Fourth
South Is being torn down, nt ono
tlmo this resldenco was considered
ono of tho finest In tho city.
Will Not Change Residence Since
tho sickness of Mr. Tred Turner,
Manhgor of Undo Sam's Cleanser
Company, tho plant has been running
very successfully on ai Icaso. From
presont prospects a salo may be
cofiBUmatcd as Mr. Turner bus con
cluded that ho e-oea not caro to i
chiingo his resldenco from Logan to j
Salt Lako City. J
Turner Gaining In Health For tho
benefit of tho friends ot Mr. Fred
Turner who Ilvo In romoto places,
It might bo stated that tho gontlc
man has practically recovered from
his Illness. Beforo tho attack of
gall stones ho weighed 210 pounds.
Ho was reduced to 145 pounds. Slnco
convalescence set In ho has gained
10 pounds. Ho 1b looking fine and
feels as though ho may liavo a long
lease ot Ufa before him.
Where Were the Fish Caught?
The question Is being asked on tho
street ap to where the largo trout
wero caught which woro found In an
automobile that was brought to town
from tho Logan canyon a few days
ago. It seems tho owner went out
city dam while he caught his fish and
for fishing and stopped his car by tho
upon returning to the car ho could
not mako It start and consequently
had to como to town and got tho
garage folk to pull him In. Some aro
wondorfng what kind of bait Is bolng
used to get such largo flsh and whoro
the flsh nro to bo found at this tl;no
of tho year.
BLACKSMITH SHOP OPENS
I havo opened a blacksmith shop
between 5th and Cth North Main St.
Logan, Mr. Jacob Schwelzor's old
stand nnd am ready for custom work.
I have hnd 35 years oxperlenco In gon
oral blacksmlthlng, wood-work and
horso-shoelng nnd will guarantco all
work trusted to mo.
nospectfully, A. JOHANSHN.
Advertisement. n27
Irregular bowol movements lead to
chronic constipation and a conptlpntod
habit fills tho system with Impurities.
HEIIBIND Is a great bowol regulator.
It purities tho system, vitalizes tho
blood and puts Uio digestive organs In
i flno vigorous condition. Price 60c.
j Sold by Itlter Bros. Drug Co. Adv-
J erttsement.
DRIVEN TO DIRECT TAXATION
It has always been n) stock conten
tion of tho tariff for revenuo only ad
vocates that loworlng tho tariff would
lower In tho samo or greater measuro
tho selling prlco of tho nrtlcle. Tho
Republicans havo always contended
that It prices wero reduced by lower
ing the tariff tho ability of tho people
to purchapo would bo reduced In n
corresponding or greater meaBiiro.
Tho teaching ot oxperlenco Is nil in
confirmation of the Republican con
tention. In tho present experiment
with tho Wilson Underwood tariff bill
little, It any, reduction Is In sight,
and tho government Is driven to di
rect taxation for revenuo to conduct
Us business. Thus tho stock argu
ment of Iho Democratic spell binder
Is again dlsproven. The Republican
policy Is to glvo tho American mar
ket to tho Amerlcrtn laborer and man
ufacturers' wages to Amorlcan work
men. Tho only way that tho Demo
cratic policy can reduce prices Is to
bring In forolgn mado goods In com
petition with thoso of our own work
men, which means less employment
nnd loss wages to our own people,
with correspondingly less ability to
llvo up to the. standard of American
Hto. Tho Democratic policy means
loss smoko from tho American fac
tory smokestacks, whllo tho Republi
can policy means moro. It mny bo
well to bear In mind that under tho
Republican policy this country hns
becomo surpassingly prosperous, with
employment nt good wages for every
man willing to work. Eaglo Grovo
Eagle.
POSTMASTERS APPOINTED .
Washington, D. C, Nov. 17 Post
masters; Idaho Greer, Clearwater
county, A. C. Dorothy vlco A. M.
Alkaro, resigned.
Wyoming Robertson, Uinta coun
ty, M. W. Alexander vlco C. Rob
bins, resigned.
"THE LURE" HERE
FRIDAY ANIGHT
A unique event lu local theatricals
will bo tho presentation at tho New
Lyric theatre, hero on Friday Novem
ber 21 that now so much talked of
dramnl on tho Whito Slave trafllc,
"Tho Lure." Tills startling play will
thus be Been In this city simultaneous
ly with Its sensational New York run
where It has boen playing with only
a temporary closuro. over since tiio
middle, of August o crowded houses
at Maxino Elliott's theatre. This U
tho first tlmo a big eastern success
has been simultaneously given to tho
western stage. "Tho Luro" Is tho
bold and daring drama by George
Scarborough, which has stirred mi
such a storm of opinion by Its thrill
ing roallsm, Mr. Scarborough was
formerly a special Secret Servlso
agent for tho government and ho was
encouraged to wrlto his dramn by no
lesB a person than Stanley W. Pinch
head ot tho Federal Bureau tor the
Suppression of tho Whlto Slave traf
fic. This greatest authority In tho
country on tho subject hns placed tho
seal of his expert approval on "Tho
Luro" as a faithful exposition ot Its
tliemo. Mr. Finch declares: Its char
acters to bo llfeliko and Its situations
truo to tho averago whito slave caso
which comes under his investigation.
This endorsement of the piece by tho
United States Department ot Justice
Is further omphaslzed by tho pralso
bestowed by tho Now York rovlewers
upon Mr. Scarborough himself for his
wonderful skill as a dramatist. Tho
play has beon declared to bo moro
daring than "Tho Easiest Way" and
moro thrilling than "Within tho Law"
nnd Acton Davies of tho Now York
Evening Sun assorts that "slnco the
debut of Eugdno Wnltor with "Paid
In Full" no such powerful dramatist
has appeared oa tho Amorlcan stago."
r was Inevitable that the play should j l
bo brought direct to tho const. The j j
company that Is to present It here In Hii
fully equnl to tho Now York coast, for i (!H
It comprises William J. Kelly, who I
first enacted Ben Hur on tho const ilisi
and who Is ono or tho best leading j
men ljn America; Beatrice Prentice, ' J H
who was for many seasons loading j j H
lady with Robert Edcson; Charlotte ' H
Granville, tho noted English emotion- ' I H
nl actress, who was brought to this i H
country by Charles Frohmnn; Leon- i H
ard Ido, who supported Margaret 11- H
llngton In "Tho Thief as the young ,' H
lover; Harold Russell of "Tho Man '
of tho Hour" fame; Enid Gray, who H
so recently scored iv hit In "Excuso 'H
Mo;" nnd other such well known I H
artists ns Ruth Fludlay, Jean Temple, '''-'Hi
Adolf Link and George. Seyboldt. Ml
CHARLES KNUTSON DIED 'M
FROM NATURAL CAUSES 1
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Provo, Nov. 17. Sheriff Henry i fl
East has returned from Lakeshorc, ? H
where ho Investigated tho death In j M
a lonely cabin nt that place ot Chas. M
Knutson, an aged man.. It was thought j H
that perhaps Knutson han fallen a ' j H
victim to foul play, but Sheriff East j M
found that ho had died from natural ' ' M
causes. Ho wns C3 years old and had H
lived njono In a llttlo cabin for IS Ml
years. Ho has a brother, J. R. Now- ' I H
ton, of Bingham, now In St. Mark's ' ' M
hospital, nnd a nephew, K. Nelson, j1 f
living nt Alameda, California. Knut- ! M
son will bo buried tomorrow nt I-akc- I Vjfl
Hide. J
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Eufnuln, Ala., Nov. 14. Twenty- )dl
two fatalities had resulted up to noon I M
today from tho wreck of tho Central lliMl
of Oeorgla passenger train near Clay- j M
ton, Aln., yesterday. Ot tho dead, lj
half of whom wero white nnd lialC llH
negroes, 12 wero killed outright, vhllo f
10 Buccurabed later to tholr Injuries. lf
Tho railroad officials today began an lMI
Investigation of the wreck. . !l

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