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S?0!!10,1919 THE LPHAJ? REPUBLICAN FIVE KU
1 ( ft flB The Spine is The Key tp Your Health! 1 IH '' Tlfce X-Ray Proves It! . , . . i2pl ; ' Results Prove It! 1 mmm , You want results: Three years experience as a Chiropractor, and eight months X-Ray Technician in the U. S. Army, have I 891 ' taught me the quickest and most efficient ways of restoring health. J3H It will cost you nothing to investigate. Influenza leaves after effectsin a large percentage of cases. Investigate and 1 9 know whereof you speak. bBI Arimo Block G. L. CHADWICK, Chiropractor Phone so I H ; BASEBALL BUNK . uy Hour Kraut ? ' I ., Sco you Wednesday at the ball 1 '' I 'park, old top. ( V ' " , TiThe baseball magnates met last ' sight at the Commercial club. - ' . i Parley Christenscn and Orral Ncl- '' eon are throwln 'em. '" lr .jgDaVe Coleman will heave for Lew-' l&ton. .Watch out Preston, this after- ,-ti . league (01 their own. Who said they had to bore electric llghU in Mlll , TiUe? Why. not Ueht matches at slshtt . i- Plat O. Beans, .prominent sport .writer,, will coyer the game Wednca- , . ,Jay. ,He is half sister to Spilled the Beans. . i -r5 W '6. C. Bluemell, Bill .Currell, Sam I Whitney and oth'or celebrities will oc- cupy box seats next Wednesday. ' , jMillville ani,Hyrunujflll.havo a iv' 'Manager Josoph'il8,,-Jensoii'M "Mrr Salt, Lako today With' the 'Aggies. Business Manger Coburn is -with tho team In Richmond. See tho players on parade next Wednesday. Watch for tho now uni forms. Follow tho crowd to tho ball park. ' Bob Maughan, onco star first baso man is slated to umpire this season. Ho Is on tho square and knows tho ( game. n There's goln' to bo some coinpotl- E tlon for Dr. Hooffcrs ton dollar gold K piece "for tho nlcknamo for tho Logan K club. Get your name in In the next HU" -throo days. W'i How about closing at four o'clock IV" on Wednesdays when games are to W ' bo played In Logan, Mr. Buslness- K Man7 The war is over now. Don't m ee wartime methods yet. r Remember tho openor for Logan fans will bo next Wednesday with f W. WellsTllIe, A baseball parado will 1' take place before tho game. Evory- iody be out and watch for the unl- M, - form's. Sure look swoll! VK "" ' a ,If we don't win at Richmond to- at day don't get cold foot rght away, HP ' Mr. Tan. Remember five of Logan's C " , Mainstays will bo In Salt Lnko play- i "Vj ,nB wlth th0 AgB,e8, But why cnnt i. JT' "wo ""In anyway? Wo musti 3t ' ' ! f j, A lot of work will havo to be dono ? c. tho playing field before tho frsi y gome. School children will bo ad- , '" r mlttod froo but they will havo to be f!V fenced off tho playing field becauso ' only olBhtcon mon aro to partlclpato fjNpi la a game at ono tlmo. M'' ' Children's Logic. fe "Ho yon know." Knld a little feliw or four yenrs of jiro, "what I thoii"lit 1',, .lurk wns? A grnit, liKe live tlilntf. - thd color of block, with mouth nml Ivi? ',,, Another unwired his teneh?r ' thnt tho wlnil wns alive.' for ho hertfil IthibtUajflatlMi "Asymm,mtaMtmm Statement Hade By Rear Admeral CP.Punkett . - Rear Admiral C. P. Punkett, speak lag from the Sub-treasury building In New York. tor the Victory Liberty Loan pictured President Wilson Btandlng absolutely alone, iils back to the wall. In Paris. "Our president today Is fighting In Pa.riB"almOBt single handed," said the Admiral. "That Is my Idea of what la happening on the other side just now. And' make no mlstako, there la just one-way to change the atmosphere. r Itwe on this side of the ocean were to cable today to President Wilson that this Victory Liberty Loan had been subscribed and over subscribed, his task would be over tomorrow. lie' would win out completely In the work wth which he is struggling now. . f VSomd people OieuV. think the war is over. IMs certainly not over. It is not lover' Until ""Unclo 'Sanf lias 'throv.'n' hRfVm'fl around the Atlantic Ocean, It-Isn't over until that ster ling: lighter, that great soldier, Gnu eial Pershing cables that It Is over, ,that it Is safe for chlldicn to batho In tho Rhine, that arms havo actual ly bceh laid down. v" The Admiral protested that It wns lncongraus for a military man to stand on tho steps of thb Sub-Treasury pleading for money from Wall street magnates. "Think of a military man," ho said "standing on theso famous steps, ex-1 hortlng Wall street financial giants 'to buy Victory notes. Wo men In uniform know little of and have less i to do with finances. Wo aro con- corned with tho maintenance of law i and order. That's our mission in life. I "During the past few months I havo taken to France representatives of thlrty-nlno different stutea and I am today a prouder American for having mot them. Those boys did their part like men and It was sot as easy a task as Investing In copper lined United States bonds elthor. For tho lite of mo I cannot understand why there is any drive needed to sell these bonds. There ought to be a lino of clamoring investors from hero to tho bridge. Thore certainly tdiould be no need for oration and pleas." , Hardy Chinese Ponies. Tho Chinese horse is renlly n pony .somewhat after tho typo of the west ern broncho. It comes from Mongolia nnd Is known ns tho Mongolian pony. It Is an exceedingly hurdy nnlmnl, thrives on food on which n western anlinol would starve, la able to carry heavy loads long distances, and Is very useful In many vnyn. Ah a rating an InAl It la characterized by speed nnd stamina. Chlnn exports between 1,500 nnd 2,000 of theso ponies euch year. Willie's Excuse. Tho slang expression "hard-boiled egg" to denote n disagreeable person reminds us of a youngster who could not eat an egg without feeling dis tressed. Chlded one day for speaking rudely to his nunt, ho said: "I can't help It mother; she affects me Jusf Mko r ogg." Boston Transcript. J , -- hydTpark news I HYDE PARK, May 'J. Interests correspondence comes from ono or our young men, Mr Ivan II. Huncey. , son of Mrs. Mary llancey, who Is Bta-' tioned In Trance with tho American 'Expeditionary Force. Mrs. Ilance is the proud mother of two soldiers. Leslie is the other son who has been in the scrvlco and hat. recently re turned home. Ivan is now located in Bonnet, France. Kxtracts from som of his recent letters follows: . I have been to Dororlny today and am going to tell you a little of what I sees there. Wo made the trip In motor trucks bo It 'was made not much of on effort to get there. We visited the home of Joanne D Arc, seen tho bedroom where she slept most all her life. Wo were In all the rooms of the building aui I as sure yon I found them Very Interest ing. On the interior the house has been repaired some but Is in a pretty good state of preservation, Tho rooms are filled with paintings, sta tues and banners. 1 Wo also visited tho old chuich sho used to worship in. It is still used nnd has u very pretty interior al though I havo seen moie beautiful places. From here wo visited' tho 'new cathedral, built upon tho spot 'jeanno D' Arc' is supposed to havo received her vision. This church is not fully completed but tho pait that U erected is furnished both Inside. and out and Is most beautiful 'lucre are six paintings on tho Interior wall of tho chapel depicting her career from tho time sho received her vision j until sho was buincd at the stake at Rowen. I passed through Rowcn a tew duys after landing at La Harvc. 'l havo visited ulmoBt all tho princi pal places connected with her life ex cept Orleans. "I read of tho death of President SmlUi and ox-President Roosevelt. I stood at attention by a statue whllo 1 twenty-one guns were fired on the 'day of President Roosevelt's funoral. "Everything Is high priced over here. For a tin o'f sardines costing flvo cents we pay tho equivalent of fifty cents, fifteen contq for an or ange about the size of u plum." In a' letter under a lattor date be Bays: "It looks rikc we will havo to stay here for some time yet. Wo aro now installing an electric lighting system in Bonnet. We will generate our own electricity and when wo get tho Bjsteni finished we will show Bonnet what electric lights look like. I am sure thoro aro a great many people hero who have never Been them. It is soldom we see a place wlta a lawn, no shade trees or anything very nt tiactlve. The houses stand on tho edge of tho narrow Htreetu and most of them ore joined together. If one enters the houco you nearly always havo to go through tho barn as tho house, barn, chicken coup, pig pen and wagon abed are all in one. Tho cesspool Is UBUsally on tho ground In front of tho front door or win dow. I don't know whether I can fin lsh writing now or not, bocauBO 1 havo throo little French girls hanglne around becauso I havo a box of cakes ' It la rather told now. We wash ant shave In the public wash house iitnl the woiik-ii of Bonnet beat the dlit out of their clothes with paddlua In Ice cold water. Quite Interesting' when, fifteen or twenty women kneel down around the stone icservolr and stand splashing' and talking nt the same time. I imagine I can see you folks doing washing in such a man ncr. I think I have learned to wash like the women of Bonnet so when I come homo I'll take clothes up to the old ditch and beat hell, or I mean the dirt, out of them with a board. ' ''It takes four men a good naif day to kill a hog. When the hog Is slucka woman holds a., pan under the wound, which Is about as bU as I VI a darning needle could make and catches tho blood, stirring it at the same time, while Mr. Hog la squeal ing as loudly aslils vocal organs will permit Everything Is saved, and 1 believe, eaten. I "I have been on guard the pan four hours at the power house and must get ready to go to school 1 do not care very much about tl-'t school as It Is a signal school. Sonic of tho boys think it more of a pun ishment than a schooling. I i:. un signed up for a schooling alotu; vo cational lines. The course lasti (t throo months which will help pa.'s the tlmo away. Orlo, son of Mr. uid Mrs. R. II. Hyde, is still driving a Ford but expects to teach tho vo.'.i tlonal school In the ear future." I Mr. llancey says he feels fine and Is In tho best of health but anxloui to return to Antciiea. Ho Is stal.tni cd with headquarters company of the 3G2nd Infantry. Mr. and Mrs. Lorln Lamb arj re joicing over tho safo arrival of V.v Ir first baby, a girl. Tho relatlvos of Grandpa Cash met at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Leo In honor of Mr. Cash's 89i birthda). the last day of Apt II. Light refreshments were served. Although Mr Cash 1b advanced In yea is ho en joys health to bo envied by many ounger men. He Is Jovial and op timistic, keeps posted on current ev ents nud converses on modern pro blems with an Intelligence that Is reinarkable. Mr.. Moses Jensen recently return ed from a business trip to Idaho Fa! Is and vicinity. MOTUUHS' DAY AT TI1K M. K , CHURCH i Mothers' Day will be observed nt the '" Trinity Methodist Episcopal ' I Church Sunday morning. Each moth- er present will bo remembered. Ev- J cry child in tho Sunday School will be given a,pxesent,, Degrees will be conferred at the Junior Lodge, ft p. m. Picnic also planned. Anniversary rally at Epworth League nt 7:30 p. m, Dr. Smith will preach at 8:30 p. in. from "And Wtoat About th0 Fath 'crsT Everybody welcome. : ":... t ANOTHER BLOW . In a recent public address Con gressman Hawley of Oiegon said: "We must either have a business rot slon of coiweaa this summer or we will hao n panic." Ho assorted that an important part of tho recoustiuc tli.nt program was immediate return of the rnllioads to pilvato owncr- Carved In Algerian Flecks. A hnse buffalo with enormous horns 1b eimsih'imiiH In puhMoi-Ic rock ilrnwIngM lately found In Algeria. Tho African elephant Is ulxo a ntrlklng feature, and other animals Include- tho lion, leopard, gazelle and (loinestlc goals nnd -sheep. San Francisco Argo naut. I THE FACTS ABOUT M BANK CURRENCY M Misleading statements havo Doorr H made recently that "Hanks aro Unit- H ed Slates mints" nnd havo coltuyl, H created, Issued and put In circulation H over twenty billion dollars in currua- cy. H There Is only one way for a bank H to issue notes or circulation paper H and that is to deposit with the Unit'- ed Statos treasury, government bonds H of certain early Issues to tho amount H it wishes in currency. In return tho H government loans tho banks 100 pec HH cent of the face value of tho bond, H le& 5 per cent retained na a deposit H to covor redemption of currency, U-c H cb, examiners fees and expense of. JH currency bureau. Thus in early dar H new money was put in circulation atr lf a tlmo when It was needed by th people as a medium of exchange. Oa October 31, 1918, thero waB outatand H lng only 1722,078,02: of tho origin-- al $1,955,820,177 Issued from 1875- to H Today banks care little about tht right of issuing their own currensy nnd tho now federal rcsorVo act pro vldes for ItB ultimate discontinuance.. H Nevor In, the history of tho couu- H try wcro the banks world 115 in such H closo coopeiatlon with their custom- H ers. Tho modem bank Is it piogroi- H site institution nnd many of thorn H huvo departments In which oxpottti. H make It their Imslnoss to study pro- H blcius of the farmer and Industries- H with whom thpy do business. It hai H been duo lnigely to tho work of tin H banks that bolter slock clubs and bet-. H tor fruit clubs, etc., havo hnsw or- gnnUcd in all parts of the country. I English banks now admit America J has finest banking system In thd I H Giant in town I 3R SALES CO., 135 N. Main Street Wk LOGAN, Utah hisper across the street from jlfs local Distributor m pd 'Battery f feSiarimgSLigliim- m From now on every W f vj ? K iell to anyone we will give a "Written Jtf n it for the Life of the Car. This.. . : battery troubles. k$2 - -Mm f.our frco Battery Touting and Filling, Set vleo. SgfclLg Bl It's Free to overy car owner. Ixiiu. -'v"1''