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r j PAGEFOUK -rTW-nr-, r,, - THE lqqaj REPUBLICAN -' ' " TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 1919 J, f I, LOCAL NEWS ' : - ( - . B) s f B 1 Phono AUDIO H ,al ntock ' I, DTresederWV Ht J . At a Bpoclal meeting of tho Civic H , Improvement coiumltteo of tho Com- Hij'. , moiclnl club, Dr. Geo. H. Hill, E. C. Hjj Shopnrd and Dr. W. 0. ltuckenbrod HH ",,0, appointed to tot a InndBcnpo H l'la, of the cemetery piepnred and Hi j Picsont to tho cominlttco for npprov- H u1, Jt ls tno Intention to plan for H t many years ahead nnd It may tnko D several years bofouo tho BChomo Is Htj finally completed. If a, cortaln am- H 1 ount of work ' lono each year tho W. cemetery will become very attrac- H! j I tlvo """I It will bo a pleasuro to take H! f visitors there. After tho plans nro H, ! worked out nnd accopted, they will 1 ' U,on bc hoixlcd to tho City Co mini s- 1 s,on with recommendations for their i approval and action,. Tho commlt- B ) tce ,a ot taking charge of the lm- 1 j provements but merely cooperating 1 t wltl' the city commission. Kjl For Best Results see ii I G. L. CHADWICK ijM Chiropractor mm ArimoBlk PfaraeM I , ' I M-ll; 2A, SXVim 1 Hours H1 . UW I I VeT soon a joint mcetlnK of tho Ha I clT'c Improvement and Ttdada com- H. I "'"tees of tho Commercial club 'will H & J I l0 hel(1 to consldor the mattor of Hif I 1 extending tho road along tho brow H fj I r 'o hill at tho Agricultural Col. H jt kJt leS to the mouth of tho canyon. This 'f I wouId mako one of tho finest and HM I most Plcturesquo boulevards In tho LLI lit l,J: country and at tho same time fur- j ,fl n'sh nn excellent view or tho college' H j & Logan and the valley. This Im- jl I provemont has been consldoied for Bjl U Bomo tlme bul nothing 1ub been Hm' dono' w,,n th08 committees asslst- H j' I ing tho city and college, there Is H no doubt but that tho boulevard will H be constructed. H : H'.j " ' M j ! ' WM. ELI HAWKINS H f H Chiropractor r Office Phone B T H 420 S. Main 637-J H H ; H S K Many friends or Mr. nnd Mis. A. B i W- Fleming, made during their rest- ' tlenco of twenty seven years In Lo- I ' Ban. slnceroly regret tholr ponding h departure which will probably occur i "on the twenty fifth, for California H where they contemplate the purchase H it or a home somewhere between Los B I Angeles and tho ocean. They are H j leaving with only tho most kindly iiD I recollections of this city, valley and 1' I state, and only such feelings nro held i toward thorn. Mr. Fleming liaH ben n potent factor In, the upbuilding or B I tho city, and Mia. Floming lin been B bo prominent soclully that they will H be missed. Lognn In loath to pnrt HH with such citizens. l i H i" ' Why not eubscrlbo for tho Logan H i Itepubllcan and National Itepublican H a special offer Is being madu or HR ' 1 Uirce fifty per year for . both pa- B , Purs. Adv-tr IHB ' I Plans and specifications for tho HH I l Logan-Qarden City project nro nt Hb f '" (ll office of tho Forest Supervisor HHSR W An' interested parties may boo them HHH n ' there and bids may bo submitted HHfi t trom now until July 1st, whore thoy HffljJ will bn opened at the olHco of tho BBI i Bureau of I'ublle Itoads In Ogden, HHBflr l Vtah, i HBEa:, Sxisiw "w ''fftwn '-i i LlilLJlIlL!J!!!!l!'-?'i!I!i?SiSS Mr. K. C. Shepard of tho Forest department advlsc's that he may spend some funds for the making I of camping places for tourists In the . canyon. Tho DoWitt meadows have been suggested and It Is very prob able that somo convenient camping places will bo provided. However, tho funds from tho government for this purpose will not bo available until next year. The Civic Improve ment committoo are trying to locate somo nearby camping places to take care of the tourist trafflc. rienty or money to loan on city or rarm piopcrty. H. A, Pedcrson. Adv-tr Thn streams or Cnc-o ni'ey were crowded from one end to the other, Sunday, Juno IB, the first d..y f opon season for tho flshe.iLi'n. I There has been no report or ntiy big catches yet, howovcr. John Christian sen, Hart Cardon, Lewjs LMards and Chnrcs Jenkins did succeed In g'ottlni; enough for their breakfast, and they cooked" them while in tho canon. It seems that all tho fish havo found better reeding grounds thnn Cache county. Mrs. Margaret Hicks, hor son William nnd his rnmlly of Hcxburg, Idaho, stopped ofr In Logan Friday land spent a rew days visiting rela tives and friends. They had been in attendance at tho semi-annual con-feroncd-ln Salt Lako, and had also been doing temple work. They were tho guests or Mrs. Ellen Charles while In Lognn.' Mrs. nicks Is ni- Iwnya welcome In Logan her old home, as she was the first white child born heTe, the daughter or Griffith Charles and born In a wag on box bctoro the building or Logan's first house, sixty years ago, on June 16th. Logan Hide . Junk Company pays U highest price for hides and Junk. Phone z, Logan. Utah. Adv-tr 1 On Thursday the homo or Mr. Wil liam Malmburg at Cache Junction was burglarized in broad daylight, and two diamond rings and a gold watch stolen therefrom. Sherirr Bnr kor tolephonocTd description ot the stolen articles to Ogden nnd on Sat urday rccolved word thai tho thlet who gavo his name as Albert Ols hansjy ot Chicago, was captured try ing to pawn tho rings. He was. brought up 'rrom Ogden Sunday by Sborlrr Darker and is hold In the detention room nwnlting hcalng. ' Men wanted at Franklin Itock Quarry. Call I. J. Clark. Phone 911-bj. Adv.tf' Viof. L. M. Windsor of tho U. A. C. has returned from South America bringing with him some relics which ho dug from the earth while there. These relics aro on display nt tho Coop Drug storo. Some of them are weapon which were used In tlmo of war and some are Just plain tools used by tho people or that country. A cleavor which the people use tor cutting hny shows that things are not ob modern there as horo. FOH ItENT On furnished bod room. Call 48. Adv-tr Fence material ror salo. U'M lods, 3 rect high, picket; 35 root ot posts, 2 gaR'B. Anothor ono 12 rods, 2 root high plckot, 23 cedar posts and C end posts. Terms -reasonable. Phono "2. Adv-C Conaus Clerks, 4,000 neoded, $92 per month. Age, 18 upward. Ex perience unnecessary. For free par ticulars ot examinations, wrlto Itay- mond Terry (former Government Ex aratnor), 687 Continental Dldg.. Washington. Adv-6-17 Who will employ discharged sol dier, 20 character excellent Inform 594 North Main street, Adv Dr, William Worley or Salt Lake l here visiting with bis friends. j Just before going to press last night we were Informed that Clitcster Squires, Logan's star catch er who was hurt In the ball game Saturday, was getting along fine, ev en better than was expected consid ering the seriousness of the operation. Bert Danford of Illchmond has re turned to his home from Nevada where he has been buying cattle for tho last two months. Bert says It seems good to get back where tho days and nights are not so extreme ly hot. Lieut. Conrad Odell, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Odell Is hero from West Point on n short visit to his .pnrents. In a shoit tlmo ho i.l leave with tho graduating class of the big military school on nn Inspec tion trip through Fiance nnd JJeJ, glum. Captain Wendell Merrill of Smith field has returned to his home after spending the last year In- Franco where ho served his country ,ns n (lentafaurgcon In the seventh division. Alfied Plcot and Georgo Iluud have returned from Salt Lake whero thoy went on business Inst Thursday, Itobert Anderson and somo of his friends drove up to Franklin last Saturday to see the ball game be tween Logan and Preston. Dr. I. S. Smith and Dr. Fred Par kinson were among the fishermen In Logan canyon Sunday. They caught two fish between them." FOIt SALE Ono used car, almost ,aa good as new. A bargain. Apply j at this office. Adr-tr, ' 'I noscoe C. Merrill and Miss Chrls- tine Titus, both" ,of Illchmond; Ver-J gel Stewart and Mae Erlckson, both of Smlthtleld; have been granted1 marriage licenses. Fell Squires camo up from Salt Lako when ho heard of his brother, Chester's Injuries. He will return tho first part of the week. Mr and Mrs. Grover Dunford spent Sunday In Logan visiting with rela tives. Buy your Chautauqua tickets at this office. Chautauqua tickets for salo at this office. DIAMOND HimiIEK COMJ'ANV AX VOUNCK INCUKAHKD MILK. ADJUSTMENT Tho Diamond Ilubber Co., Inc., of Akron, Ohio, announced now increas ed mileage adjustment to Diamond tire users and dealer that Is In keep ing with actual results obtained from theso famous tires 6000 miles on fabric tires and 8000 miles on Dia mond Cord t tires. The now adjust ment nlso applies to every Diamond tiro or ruturo or past sale, includ ing tires In the hands or enr owners or denlors. Diamond users nnd Diamond deal ors havo long known tho big mileage In Diamond tires tho users "own tires. Tho Diamond Uubber Co havo marked fp their adjustment o 6000 miles Tor Diamond rnbrle tires and 8000 miles for Diamond C-"d tires respectively merely to meas ure out n detlnito shnro or the. mip orb mileage that tho wondorrul strength nnd endurnnco Diamond tires have In thorn as shown trom thousands nnd thousands of satiried users. r 'i Knocking on Wood, The superstition " or nipping on wood nrter a bonst of a piece of luck I of European origin. The raps were supposed to drive nwuy evil spirits vexed by others' good fortune. Tho raps Inter signified the Trinity, and the nereMlty for rapping on wood was because that was tho material of tho cross, Tho expression dates from a I custom hi vogue fire thousand years STLVIA BRIMMER, Wlio I fmtured with Herbert Raw llnnili In J, htu:irl lllnrkton'n crmt jprri'ti production, "Tlio Common Cauvi." War TnnlrC in Arrirm war lanKS in Action In The Common Cause 9 Tanks in action, vividly showing tho vital part played by them in tho big war, aro a feature of "The Common Cause," J. Stunt t Blackton's latest screen masterpiece which will bo seen in the Lyric theatre tonight, presented through Vltagraph. nig tanks and llttlo tanks nio shown, manned by soldiers of all tho Allied armies and ull spitting bullets ns they lumber ovor Hun trenches, crash through their lines and plough through newly liberated towns In Northern France, stopping at noth ing. Al these scones have the offi cial O. K. of tho American and Al lied governments, so they are accur ate as well as thrilling. Commodore Blackton used .the famous tank, Britannia, in most or the righting scenes. This tank, arter performing remarkable service in a score or battles In France, was sent f cross the Atlantic to do Its bit in Liberty Loan and other patriotic drives here and in Canada. Not less powerful In their appeal are' the recruiting scenes, principal ly those In front of New York's Pub lic ""library In Fifth Avenue, which, since America entered the war, has been the "town square" of the "Unit ed States'. FOR SALE. ..EASTERN MONTANA STOCK LAND , Tweaty thousand acres combined farming and 'Stock land, good soil, well graseod, numerous springs with flowing streams through three sec tions. Well located on main Una of Northern Pacific. Shipping point on land at north end, also one close to southwest end or tract. Price $S.SQ per acre, one fourth cash, balance sva eual annual payments, Inter est at 6 per cent. No trades con sidered. Probably tho beat stock proposition la oastorn Montona. For salo only as a whole. For full par tuculars and plat, address MONTANA WHOLESALE LAND 00. Mllos City, Montana, Box 17C Adr-7-ll , CUT THIS OUT AM) TAKE IT WITH YOU A man often forgets the exact name or the article he wishes to pur chase and as a last resort takos something else Instead. That Is al ways disappointing nnd unsatisfac tory. Tho sate way is to cut this out and tako It with you so as to make sure or getting ChamborlalnSs Tnblets. You will find nothing quite so satlsractory ror constipation and Indigestion. Adv Tha riruto. Poppcrton "Tho wife has . gofcj shopping nnd left mo In charge of the baby, and I'm blest ir I know how to keep the beggar quiet." Orlmshaw (after critically regarding the howling Juvenile) "l should think you could easily keep him quiet, both In a vocal nnd physical way, by gagging him cure fully, tying his hands behind his back, binding his feet together, nailing tits clothes to tho door, mid then adminis tering chloroform to him." One Rood Friend. We ure the weakest or spemlthrirts If wo let one frlem' drop off through Inattention, or let one puh nway an other, or If wo hold aloof rrom ono for petty Jenlousy, or heedless rough nesH. Would you throw nwny n din mond because It pricked you? One good friend Is not to be weighed ugulnst H the Jewels of the earth. ) ', , New York Soprani Coming Mary Add Haya Heads Her Own Company at Chautauqua Mnry Adel Hoys will sing her way Into the hearts or Cliuutnuqun folks on the ronrth duy. For several sensons her rich coloratura soprano oIce has proved to be ono or the really great voices ot the concert world. The reper toire or thl famous New York singer Is extensive and entertaining. Miss Hays will appear In song recital assisted by three splendid artists: Robert Millard, a llullst or prominence In the musical world; Lowell Tatton, rcompllKhed pianist and accompanist, and Marie Chapman, one of the beau known lollults or the ounger generation. Republicans Determined That Big Cut Must Be Made WASHINGTON, June 12. With the House entering actively on the consideration ot appropriation bills, and members .ot l'ou&e and Senate realising anew the enormous outlay which the heads of departments and bureaus are calling tor, there Is re newed and growing demand Tor econ omy. Even though there is great diffi culty in cutting down tho estimates of the deartments and bureaus in the short time lett between now nnd July when It Is needful to hnvo the bills enacted, reductions will bo made whore possible. Such reduc tions, members say, forecast greater ones In then regular session when there will be no more tllmo to give critical attention to the heavy de mands ot tho executive officials. Senator Smoot ot Utah, member ot tho Senato appropriations com mittee, and one ot tho foremost stu dents ot appropriations In Congress Is strongly 'demanding economy. Ho Is alarmed at the tendency ot the government departments and dur eaus to run amuck In tho matter or expenditures. Senator Smoot sajil domnnds ot tho government departments should bQ cut down radically and expendi tures put back to tho pre-war basis : with the leaBt possible' delay. "Itwlll be Impossible to lower' taxes,'' said Senator Smoot, "unless the present high rate of expenditure' ls cut down ' to something like lta normal figure. We 'cannot go on the ' way we have been going. Expenses ot the government should have been l educed as soon as the fighting stopped." -v The House has already done much work on appropriations. It is trjJ ing to cxpcdlate their passage. Some reductions have been made but Sen ator Smoot thinks more are neces sary. Indications are that some of the bills will bo heavily pared In the i Senate. HanQlna Pictures. It Is easy to make mistakes In tbe bailing or pictures. Observing the following as a guide, you will make fewer mistakes In this respect. First, u plain paper ror tho room Is nlmo.it Imperative. This will give you nn op pommltj to uso all tho pictures, no mutter wbnt they are. Sort grays nnd terra cottu tones are hest for background. Avoid figured and high- J ly-colored papers ns these prevent tbe ' picture from stnudlng out. Bc careful not to tilt the pictures too much. Ilang them almost (Int. Bible's Place In the World. Bacon furnlohes more thnn seventy nlliiRlons to the Bible In twenty-foor of his essojH. Addison, Johnson, Pope, Young, Browning, TeimvKon, abound In Scripture. "For more 'than " 1.000 years," says Coleridge, "the Bl- - hie, taken collectively, has gone hnnd if "V In hand with civilization, science, law 3X. in short, with the moral nnd Intel- ! lectual cultivation or the species, nl- Z ways supporting urn! orteu leading the Jar( way." B9M-liuojod,naW 0,u0nox pop-ioMU uiopdojj jo buohvuii 01U aa,uuop Clmera? 'SDIIIBW9A JOJiunb ntjuxwD oil punowns 'siBjuajni inn3oi ,B ponon slclnns rrom -B oouuapnoo 3jj u,' 'qiq jooj rmos sopBid wnoqs ojoq.T assured or I I bono boot i raaxaouHns xoibwmwoo" i(ovjxvkiw ' na "'