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KEGNIERS BRING LIFE
AND LAUGHTER
Two Splendid Programs on the Sixth
Day by Theto Talented
People.
k It Is entirely probable Hint you have
h never seen Just sueb a thoroughly en
s' Jnyithle program ns the Itegnler are
bringing to you on the sixth day ot
Chautauqua. Itreezy, snappy, bub
! dtlnjc with laughter, they1 have one of
the must surpassingly unique enter-1
talnments of the platform.
ltoy Joseph "ilegnicr Is an lmneron
for of unusual ability. An an Irish
Janitor, the titnUly old soulhern coio-
MMHK
sbVB-v ,'';' 9bsSbbbsbsh
J' ' nrl or' (ha icsitfpoJlDfe1 Itallnn fruit
P' vender every.uVtnlHs So-perfect that
ft he seems (b lose Ills own Idctitlty com-
fr 'pletely. And with such rapidity does
Py hq work thnt you have a vague lm-
b preaslon Unit there are several charac-
7 tors on tha stage at one time.
Sirs. Merle Wolfe Itegnler Is n
, chnrmlng' musician and sweetens and
' brightens every program with her de
lightful songs and planologucs. ,
p. m m a '
''jf Forecast ot the Future.
JT It will be n great day when wire
less telephony Is so perfected Hint n
' man can hnvo n receiver In his hat
and be managed by his wlfo all the
1 time. Chicago News.
it - "
", Flowers and the Voice.
u Flowers are said to have n remark-
' ' able effect on the voice. Sims Reeves
never cared to smell a rose; he said
) the perfume of n bouquet ot (lowers' i
made bja throat "off slnslug for a,
! vveek." Another famous opera alnger
(- declares that the odor from a bunch I
J- ot violets nuVkVS htSTolce quite husky. .
LJ
The Scudding Yachter i
Midsummer stles In summer re
sort posters, which run so strongly
this year (as" for that, matter they
haVe run every year since the art
of lithography was discovered)) to
bluoy seas ripped wide open with
scudding yacht .prompts the though-
IfUl to inquire, whether a regard for
the verities should not be had by
advertising persons. Yachts within
our experience, do not scud; obvious
ly built for conveyance from one
point to another, they are content to
pass away their existence at the
graceful but Inutile business of rid
ing, with undulanl rhythm, n Its
buoy. Nothing that wo can conceive
of Is more lyrically beautiful than n
Bnug, bluo harbor spotted over with
craft ot all sizes, and odd In design
and color ,the brown shadows ot
their spars being borne by length
ening ripples to the very bank at
your feet. Out beta the function of
the yacht seems to end. It Is brought
out with great gusto In early Bpring
and, what with being constantly un
der reparative processes of painting
and sail patching, never leaves Its
moorings until lato September and
October.
Wlllkns had such a Btatlc craft.
For three long seasons I have Cher
ished and even nourished, his friend
ship under the promise, icpeated
each May and refracted on Into lntj
autumn, "of carrying mo off for n
crulso undor cool skies. Sundays
without number I linvo nrrlvcd nt
the' small harbor, rcsplendant In
yachting togs and with bags well
filled with books and things such as
ono's friends advlso ns fitting for
voyages of pleasure, only to find
Wllktns, the old fraud, overhauling
something. One day he will greet
you with grimp hands and face from
taking apart (anothor Sunday will
be required In putting it together
again),, the, auxiliary gas engine
I
iii. !.. i-k i i . i
which ho carries ,nnd yot anothor
Sunday U Is form stopping a nasty
leak that he has found In the stern
of tho ship.
Dut quite Wllklns favorlto omer
genlral task carries him to the top
mots point of the mast where ho will
Bpend hours or. a. Sunday doing
strango things with ropes ,a peedle
and thread or pincers or other tools.
At Buch times t draw my chair up
T
to a point o'n the deck convenient
for first aid measures hut he has nev
er been known to fall. Let tho boat
roll on Its feet as much as It will,
and Wllklns clings to the stick and
goes on nonchalcntly with whatever
It s he Is engaged upon. ,
Thctc have been times when I
questioned tlm slncotlty of Wllklus
und felt all his pother to bo a make
shift excuse for standing me off. On
more than one occasion I have stolen
upon tho hnrbor fully nssuted that
no Sunbeams would be at Its accus
tomed mooring. Hut If I did so It
was only to find Wllklns doing things
at his favorite station in tho top rig
ging, giving rcRolute orders to Jun
ior or nine year Jimmy on the deck
below. , - i . , .&!.'.,
My observations nas been amply
Verified by others' cxperloncc. Not
only have. I never seen a yacht ac
tually unilcr way, but likewise I
have nuyur questioned who has. The
craft qeems to function sololy nB an
outlet for the tlnkeiing praponslty.
Its business Is not to go, but merely
to seem to go. It Is n beautiful pic
ture u h It loafs In the quiet blue ot
the hnrbor but we repeat, it Is not
qulto accurate to paint it In tho net
of scudding across a bill board, a
thing that has never boon known ac
tually to scud.T. C. O'DonneU in
Cartoon's Magazine.
The Baby Seal. ,
When sciiIn lire born they nre snow
white, which makes them invisible on
tho lee on which they lie. Their eyes
nnd noses arc Muck, nntl ipn the. lit
tle one are suddenly alarmed they
close their eyes bury their nose and
He quite still.
I ' . 'J i
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v ' , v- Economy depends on good tires. -
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"Jjk y for their oft demonstrated economy.
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When She Goes
To The Country
As an all round flivver the wife's
trip to tho country rates a full hun
dred per cent. I "speak now from
thu point of view of pleasures which
it affords to tho husband who Is left
behind. It Is classy fade awuy; it
i the tag end ot nothing at all; It
degenerates into what you seo these
sturry nights when you go out to
look for the tall ot Halley's comet
supplement; It Is tho last half of a
whiff, which Is what you can hear
two minutes after thu passing of iv
whizz bang; it Is tho dud of hus
bandly opportunities for bachelor!
tic compensations; It Is a good time
gone wtong.
No one has over figured out why
wives go to the country, but they nil
do. Mrs. Trelnwney Jones of Nuw
York, spends TTer vacation In I'hlla
delphla nnd she has gone to thu
country. Mrs. Mfuxdun Smith of
1'hlledalphla spends hers In Pittsburg
and has gone to Uic countiy; Mrs.
Andrew Drown ot the latter place,
goes to l'unxatawncy for a fortnight
and has gono to the country; Mrs.
Ted Green ot 1'unxeto., takes the
children for a tilp to bur father's
farm .and has gono to the country.
The only explanation that I can 'sec
Is Hint nfter twelto months with
f i lend husband, any place seems,
quiet nnd Just full of sylvan glades
and things to the wife. Anil besides
thu phtaso 'sounds patrician anil
huuiiih llku a million dollars when
hIiu springs It on thu folks at thu
brldgo tabic.
The husband uses tho term bccaUso
It curries an illusory suggestion of
safety. He can date up Joe and TVm
for every nlghT"noxt week" down' at
Giogon's wlUi a feeling, ot perfect
security, because cve'n if woid sud
denly got to tho wlfo ot IiIb looso
way of living tho old man would
have to go down to tho pasture lot
and fetch up Mag and Hill nnd by
the tlmo ho had them harnessed to
i i
tho double seated buggy tho lap robe
would turn up missing; It would take
an hour to find that and by the tlmo
they wore all In and ready to start
off, little Margery's 'cat that grand
ma had given her would make a'
'
(lush for liberty; the chase would i
lead down to the spring under tho,
hill, where Margery would get nil I
mixed up In the tn'lro and require '
a changing of shoes und tockles, in-'
volvlng an untying ot the trunk, nnd
a icpacklug and relaclng to tho
hind end of the buggy. Uy the tlmo
Uiey got to town tho olovon o'clock
train would have left and they
would have to wait for tho next train
which leaves nt midnight. They
would go hack homo nnd try thu
noxt day, but the next day thu old
man would bo called nwny to attend
a caucus, nn tho chances would bo
very much ngninst the wlfo ever get
ting back homo at all.
That Is the way tho husband al
wnytt figures It out; to him tho coun
try is n vaBt hinterland of tho city,
In which people get lost nnd like
nover to get back, giving him pmplo
encouragement to plan a complolo
campaign of organ'lstlc endeavor with
out dlscovoiy.
Hut alas and alack, and vice versa.
Things aio not what wo ace 'em to
be. That round of pleasure somehow
goes flat. (J mean's goes good tho
first nlghtf with Joo und Tom in fine
fettlo; they laugh at uveiy story tho
semi-bachelor tells including tho ono
nbout tho plumber and the Italian,
which they have heard at every sea
son's premluie at Grogan's for tho
past nlno years; tho cards run right
In tlio little, gumo of "stud" In tho
back room ard ho goes Homo In
cheerful spIrltB. Dut the next night
Joo baa to stay at home with tho
baby whllu his wife goes to sco thu
"Tangled Web" In five reels nt tho
Orphoum; that leaves only Tom to
to celebrato and oven ho has to leave
at ten to meet his cousin who Is
coming In on tho Iutortsato Llmltcl.
Out ot sorts the erstwhile husband
goes home' and plays a gatno'of soil-
ii
talie, and theu lies down to sleep on
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Take Care of
Utah Industries
At the tecent meeting ot thu Utah
Press association, thu mombers were
guests of the Utah Manufacturers as
sociation at u luncheon at tho Com
muiclal club. During thu course ot
thu luncheon prominent persons
made brief talks on the topic of
Home Industry. One of the speakmfl
John It. Harper, publisher of the De
tail Mcichant at Salt Lake related a
little story Illustrating tho value of
cooperation Hint nnule a very pro
found Impicsslon upon Hiobc ptcscht.
The story tells of an old Scotch farm
er who prided himself upon n hord
ot very fine cowb. A ft lend Msltlns
the farm one day commented upon
the veiy fine appearance ot the mil
nials and complimented the fanner
fiuuly. i
"A veiy fine herd of cyiws you
have," said tho friend, "und 1 cun
see that you take good caiu ot them."
"It pays to do It," replied the can
ny Scot, "Yon seo I take good caro
ot thu cows nnd thu cows take good
care of me."
Thu application of this principle
to the Homo Industry idea has bceif
urged upon tho people of Utah from
thu very eiullest days ofv tlilH com
munity. Tho plonecis saw the vuluo
ot trading with each other and the
Very remarkable growth Utah has
Hindu and tho prosperity ot her puo
plo have been In ought about laigely
through thu application of HiIb prin
ciple. The loaders of tho people
f loin the eiullest days have urged
the Idea thnt If tho people ot Utah
take euro ot Hie Industileu, tho In
dustries will take good caro ot tho
people.
His Ultimate End.
The children were dlBCUHslng a fa
mous soldier, when four-yenr-pld
Denny nsked: "Who Is he, anyway r'
"Well," replied wIms llrst-grado Har
old, "he's a wpnderful brnve-uinn now,
after nwhlle he'll bo wtntue."
THE WOMEN )F FRANCE
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Loulto Fitch Tel AhMrblng Story a
Chautauqua.
Miss n. Loufee Fitch ! one of the
lecturers who will help .to make tlm
morning hour of the Chautauqua one
; of the most Intvrcallng of the entire
week. MlHSjltch, who la a sister of
' tho late writer, qcorgo Bitch, wnf sent
to Franco ns official" representative of
the Y, W. O. A. . Shei spent alx mnntlis
' studying the effect ot the war, ijpmijthe
f miunii "I
women of France mid linn returned
with one of tho most fiiM-limiiiig mid
enlightening Mnrlei of the situation
thnt has yet been brought to America.
Miss riteh irnulu n complete Inspection
of the factories, iiccoiiqmiiled by nn
expert French factory Inspector, who
Sallied for her lulmlsslou to muuy
plucea which would otherwise buve
been closed.
nn unmade bed, tho uheetft pulled
up from tho foot, ami ridges HKo a
rollof map of tbo Allegheny moun
tains making things 'uncomfortable
for him. Tho next night tho head
bookkeeper takes him out to his sub
urban homo to dinner, whero ho 1b
sorcved wltlfhomo' mado Icttuco (at
least they call It that) that ho slips
into IiIh vest pockets when tho folks
nrcn't looking, dropping it out ot
tho cur window on thu way homo.
Thus does tho libertarian orgy thin
away more and more until he hopes
that Mnrgory'b cut does not get away
nnd that tho old mini will find tho
lap robo without, , a T.tiil.-jr Car
toon's Magazine. , , , .
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I Plus Mileage I M
i Diamonds M
a Because I '
Us In Them I
Fabrics , I
I 6,000 Miles
J Cords , H
I 3,000 Miles
IOHOWtho'
w striking fig- i H
urea ofvour new ,H
adjustment mile'' lH
age fabrics 6,000 ' H
miles; cords 8,000
to any old-time' '- H
Diamond User.
And he'll tell you ' H
Diamond adjust-.
ment mileage rep- ,
resents only the fl
minimum of what M
Diamonds actual- M
ly do with fair and H
square driving. M
2 Adjustment mile- H
age back of Dia- H
mond Tires al-
I ways stands for 1 M
I greater mileage M
I ahead of them. ' Q M
I NOTE. The new 1 I
I adjustment ap- fl M
a plies to all Dia- 1 H
I mond Tires in use M
I or in dealer's H
1 hands. H
I Logan Tire I
&Repair 1
Company i
I Logan, Utah to p:
4Mamond '
Tires I
New Word. " "Hfr
Ono of our exchanges tells about " 'K
man who "unthoughtcdly" left lu- H
pocketbook, containing $0, on a cimni-'i WaS
in a railway eiatlon, As nn inMltini. ran
tq 10,0, Knglsh latuiuago, we iuiimiImIii ItffS
that unthoughtedly U unthj)ii.u..lu. iJjQr
Bt-'Lvuls'-Uepubyc. ' ffll
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