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I If m PACT Tu" THE LOGAN RrWRLICAN SATURDAY, NO VEMB F H 1 HHV , ' ' '" i i i i ' . . Society . . hYJ H Mrs. Mono Utf.o entertained hor H sowing club in her residence In tho H ' Jlarrctt flat vlth a luncheon Wcdncs- H iy afternoon. Thoso who enjoyed HHV this luncheon wOro tho Mos- H e'lnmos Clius, Wchards, Hoy Kimball; H Jtox Kimball, A. I'. Jenkins, McClel- Hj Jen, Fred Lumborg, find tho Mlsacs HHh -Ocnevlovo Ncson, Tony Grant and HHh JYilca Mnthlson. Tho living room HHb ' ivasi beautiful with a profusion of cut HHb owoni und fcrnn nnd tho dining HHV room decorations wore carried out In HHb Hallowo'cn effect. A largo yellow HHfl pumpkin filled with fruit formed tho HHl contorplcco of tho table. In tho ov- HHl - -.. onlng tho hURbandH and frlomls of HHb 'j . ,vfho ladles surprised (hem and dlnnor HHn ''' aorved to all. Cards and dancing fol- HHb : Joyed till a lato hour, H HHb Dr. nnd Mrs. It. 11, McQco ontcr- HHg lalncd with a vdry pleasant card and HHb illnncr party Friday evening at their HHl Tosldonco, A delicious dlnnor was HHl served to twenty-flvo guosts, Tho HHl rooms woro prettily decorated In HBV llallowo'on symbols! and colon while HHl tho samo effect was carrlod out in HHl nlaco cards, favors and scoro cards. HHl Dr. and Mrs. McQco rro tho pleasant- HHl ' -est hosts In tho world and a very on HHl , f . Joyablo time was spent with them, HHl j ($ HHl The big ball given by tho local post HHl ' .-of the American Loglon on Thursday HHl night wan a lingo success and wan HHl attended by a largo crowd. Tho Au HHl ' tlltorlum had never looked more HHl ., beautiful, being decorated in nn olab- HHi orate manner with American flags HHJ Jiud a very uulquo lighting scheme. HHl Tho music was great and evory one HHl liad a good time. We nro glad to HH hoar tho Tost will glvo more such en- HHJ -. iortalnmonts later on. i$ H ' ' ' ' ;? Tho 191 PlcUK of "10 Thota HHJ Sorority ontortalncd for tho actlvo HHJ ''-: inombcrs at a banquet at tho Hotel HHJ 1 Ecclos Thursday ovonlng. Tho HH ""spread" was served on tho Mossln HHj ' !;' lno floor and covors wero laid for J forty. Tho decorations nnd monu HJH wore carried out in green and whlto HHJ tho Sorority colors. Miss Clarice I HHJ Hanson was toast mistress and thoso I H -who responded woro tho Mlasca Ag- HH lies Llndsoy, Nadino Foutz, Winona Cherry, Illanch Warloy, Charlotte Kyle and Florence Knudson, 5 S i 4 Ono of tho most onjoyablo affairs of tho season was tho dancing party given by Dr. and Mrs. rFank O. Rey nolds and Dr. and Mrs. J W Hay word at tho Uluoblnl hall last Mon day evening A profusion of yellow chrysanthemums woro beautifully ar ranged about tho hall and tho color BChomo of yellow was effectively car ried out In tho light refreshments. Tho host welcomed about flfty-flvo couples, nil of whom report a de lightful lime. I Tho Thotas will keep open houso Sunday afternoon between four nnd woven. Light refreshments will bo (served and a our plcco orchestra will bo in attendanco. In tho receiving lino will bo Amy Lyman Morrill, Na dino "Foutz, Jennie Ilooso and Irma Honnlon. Tho chairman of tho vor litts committees are Evangeline Thomas, Orctta Smith, Loulso Bird and Alta Itlchards. i The Sorosls entortalnod last ev ening with their annual maBlcod ball. Tho entertainment began nt tho chap tor house whero the rooms wcro af tlstlcally nrraged In llallowo'on ef fect. From thore nn excursion was mado to tho Preston hall where danc ing was onjoyed and tho remainder of tho ovonlng spent. At ono of tho most pleasant llal loyo'on parties that have boon given this week Miss Helon Hallstono en tortalnod thirty of her lmmcdlato frlonds Thursday ovonlng. Tho Hal lowe'en fancies and autumn colors woro" used In decorating and games, music and dancing woro especial fea tures of the ovening's pleasure. , Mrs, Stephen Hallstono entertained hor grandchildren Friday afternoon In honor of her grandson, Jesso, Hall stono Ji, whoso eighth birthday It was. A iuvenllo lunch was served and games onjoyed. Mrs. II. V. Balr entertained Thurs day of last wcok at a luncheon In honor o( hof sister Mrs, J. D Dowen - 1 Cole's Down Draff Range H ' and Save Fuel COLE'S Sanitary Down Draft Range burns the fuel and fuel gases, niakinp a clean bright fire under all six lids HH fe and all the way around tlie oven. By burning these cases, HH y you will save your self from one-fourth to one-third your jHJ last winter's fuel bill. H This stove is designed with so much thought for your HH convenience, comfort, and economy of time that you will HH find the day's" cooking or baking done as tho by magic. HH Cole's Down Draft Range stands at the top in this respect. HH Economical in its use of fuel, sanitary, with every part ac- Hr cessiblc, and easily cleaned, built and perfected by experts, HH this range, ia perfection' itself in operation. For cooking, HH boiling, roasting and baking.it is simply-faultless. It is m what wc cail Smooth, See it and you will agree with us. I lmtk Ever ton & Sons JM Bf-. w" LOGAN (a UTAH HLH - BhI ",teti HHr it. HH1' 5'" tpmuu Hqw'b Tii? We offer Ono Mui.drnl ivi'mi It. -for nny caae of Catarih tliit ciinno. cured by Hall's Catarrh Milieu. Unit's Catarrh HcUlcIno Ims keen tnlt" by cntarrli surrercru tor tlio p.iat tlm.v Ave years, and lion becomo known tt most rsllabl remedy for Catarrh. Hall'. Catarrh Medicine ncti thru the niood on the Mucttue aurfaccs, expelling the l'ol on from tho Blood and healing the dis eased portion. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great Improvement In your general health. Start taking trail's Catarrh Mtdl cine at once and Ret rid of catarrh. Bend for testimonials, free. F. J. CIIRNKT A CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all brucflsts. 75c. I i T of Malad, Idaho Kail flowers formed tho centerpiece and covers wore laid for fifteen guests. Mildred and Camilla Hair enter tained thirteen of their little friends nt a Hallowe'en party ast Friday 'night In honor of their llttlo cousin; Fern Dowen of Malad, Idaho. Mrs. 13. E. Lteshsenring formerly Miss Mildred Daniels of this city, and baby dau'Rhtor havo roturnod to their 'home In Oatman, Ariz, ntu'x aoveri inonths' visit here, Tho Misses Helena Jacobs and Con 'nlo Kelson went to Salt Lake City to 'Bpod today attending the game bo tween tho Montana Aggies and the U. , A surprise party was tendered Mrs, Chns. Illchards at her home last Mon day ovonlng. Dinner was sorvod Covers wore uld for twenty-four guests. Mrs. Errol Palmer has Just return ed from a very pleasant stay In Salt Lako City. ' Mr. Itulon Freo and Russell Hod son of Salt Lako City wcro guests at the Theta Houso last Sunday $ j $ s Miss Geneva Wells and Luella Thomas spent tho week end In Salt Lake City. Mrs. I. S. Smith and daughter Vir ginia aro spending the day in Ogdenl $ $ $ 4 Miss Iono Smith of Focntollo Is a guest of Mrs. Win. Watson. esw' cnAMnniUiAiN's cough hemed This remedy Is Intended especially for oou'ghi, colds, Croups and whoop- line cough. From a small beginning Its sale and use has extended to. all parts of tho United States and to many foreign countries. This alone Is enough to convince one that It Is a medicine of more; than ordinary merit. Oivo It a trial anl you will find this to be tho case. Adr Polling Places And Election Judges Following Is a list; of tho polling places and Judges for the city elec tion to be held Tuesday Nor, 4, District No, 1, 180, South Main' street: C. F. .Martlncau, Samuol Bench arid Heber J. Carlisle. District No. 2, Sixth ward meeting house: W. It. flkanchr, John J. James and Sylvan Needhara. District No. 3, 4bY West rixet South: Win. C. England, William Williamson and W. W. Hall. District No. ., Third Ward Meet ing house: C. H Fllndori, .qeqrge D. Casto and Eira Carlson.,, ,'il" District No. S, Court HoiSeN. W. KJmball,Cart QarffliB J. l! John son. District No. I, 311 Nrth First West: C. M. Fonnesbeck, A, L, Cole and J. Chas. Johnsost District No. 7, Fourth ward meet ing houso: Fannlo Vernon, Joha 9. Peterson and Jamw 3, Lftrsen. District No, t, Qerman sneeUag house: 0. T. Barrett, T, C, Nelwn and W, M. Everton District No 0, Serenth ward meet ing house; F. Qj Kldge'ilJr., Oharlea, McNeil, T. N. Judah.' District No. 10, Webster achWd, (Sixth East, between Sereath ad Eighth North). Jamea MtN?ll, Bra EanjM and R O. Laraoa. wMSTfn-1, (-...iJ;j,-outu. TO THE VOTERS 1 Ac inn aw riTV I' The unexpected has happened, e Nonpartisan andi- dates are out with a somewhat belated statement, in n which they assert their loyalty to the city electric light plant and in most positive terms pledge themselves to a - policy of support, maintenance and enlargement '; 1J ' of that institution. . Ji The gentlemen in doing so are running true to Kl Non-Partisan form. six years ago their candidates for .. W I office pledged themselves in emphatic language to the j - Same policy and then did nothing toward redeeming the V . promises made. Tvvo yearsago the Non-Partisans in a a published statement appearing just before election said: ' "ON ACCOUNT OF THE GROWTH OF THE CITY fl " AND THE INCREASED USE AND DEMAND FOR i .- ELECTRICAL POWER, DURING THE LAST FIF- TEEN '.YEARS THE CAPACITY OF THE PLANT IS -' NOT EQUAL TO THE DEMANDS OF THE CITY AND IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE STEPS. WILL HAVE TO BE TAKEN TO ACQUIRE MORE POWER AND -w TO RECONSTRUCT AND ENLARGE THE PLANT. ''. WE BELIEVE THAT ALL AVAILABLE INFORMA- 'r TION SHOULD BE COLLECTED AND PLANS. SPE- CIFICATIONS AND ESTIMATES PREPARED AND THE WHOLE PROBLEM SUBMITTED TO THE P.E0BLE." ; ' UMef'Tespectfully submit that there has been no at- I tempt td make good these promises. Why? IOlhe of! the impelling reasons for the entry of the 'I Citizens candidates into this campaign was the utter I failure of the Non-Partisans to redeem their pledges as I to,' the electric light plant, and at the very outset or the I campaign they announced boldly their belief that the 1 igs.ue involving the welfare of the municipal plant was the most vital one before the citizens of Logan. . , We maintain that the belated promises of the Non- II - f partisans now should'be viewed in the". light of their past M pe'rlortnances and are willing to abide the judgment of ! the voters as to that, for the facts here "related are II generally known. , ; . Our candidates made th'qf plant the issue of this cam- paign, standing as its defenders from the very start and M they give you their word, undepreciated b.Y the broken I promises of any organization to which they belong, that 1 1 if elected they will make the plant their special care. 1 I '. -THl are abs?lutelv foot-loose and free to give the I . -w, ,.w wwy Miuuiiau. iney ao noc own, nor have thev 1 . ever owned stock or bond of the Utah PoWer and Light I 1 Lo., nor are they connected with that corporation in anv 1 1 way whatsoever. Neither will investigation show that .1 1 any member of the committee advancing the interests of jl I .'ttwse KeJaUemen, favors the sale of the city plant. Will jtH 1 the Non-Partisan candidates say that of the members of if! I their committee? , o uj. jA 1 B. G.THATCHER GEORGE DUNBAR, . I I '-,' Candidate for Mavor Candidate for City Gommis I 1 v? sioner . I 1 . r RAY L- OLSON, 1 I ... . - Candidate for City Recorder J I MEMBERS OF CITIZEN'S CTOMMITTEE I ' fcnW ' Greenhouse, T. lvv,- ( 1 ?sirn0IiWten Clark, Silas rf, .. , 1 I Edwards, Will mm . Durham, Alfred ;;. ' I I wrw!uEmi1 ' HayballH.G. . '" i;,j I SSft' )miaZ Watson William-, (.'.- . I 1 ph&J Tm? M Burnham, W. K. I t ' 1 1 p&fr Beach, David , i' I I BowenWihani -. Spicker, Wm. .: : fa- I 1 &S'hr Thatcher, Geo. W.- - A I 1 TUVley,Wr - Thatcher, Moses ,,,-;-: I 1 Jho")asAJas'R- Eames, Ezra fc. '- ! I Sarff0n. Eliason, Andrew. . :v ", g . Monsop, Chris . Oldham, Dr. E. P. I i Hansen, P.O. L' Huhjphreys, T..H. -. " V II Larsen, J..P. Carlson, C R ' SlJ Curtis George W. Broberg.Jno. ' "j Tarbet, David . Jaren, Jas. J. . , i Cole,G.W. , : Hansen, H.. V- ,-, Moser,Jno.H. , Peart, F R. ;,. Moer, .James Flindera, G. H. ' '' t Lewis, Hyrum i Jorgensen, Alec va k . Bartliff, W. D. Marshall, F J ' MA , Skanchy, Oliver Pehrson, Anthon ( " .Johnson, Aaron Pederson, 0. W. Pete.ion.Olif.I. Gardner, J. W. Kent,Hiloy-'1 Merktey, N. W Chairman.