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K EIGHT PAGES LOGAN, CACHE COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919 SEVENTEENTH YEAR 9H
NVo Interest In
I Logan Election
M ' ELECTION COMMENT. HOW IT IS LOOKED UPON
AT WASHINGTON.
W
Bl Onco In two years the citizens of
JH Logan arc charged under the law oC
H' decline city1 officers to servo tho city
HI'1
m. Tor two years ,and accordingly It Is
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Logan's good fortune to always havo
II a choice between two vory ftno gen-
B, tlcracn for each elective, office. This
B good year 1910 was no excoptlon to
Aw the rule.) Dut ths year notwlthstnnd-
H lng the raet that over twelve hundred
H Kood citizens walked to the polls,
t tliero were some in our fair city who
BE apparently did not know, thcro was
AV an election until long aftcr-the battle
K' Ai over. t,
r
Bj S The most glaring and impudent
Hr r "
Vir offender In thl particular was Tho
BB Journal, tlht old Almanac that could
BE not get the returns for its Wednes-
BJ days dally, gut announced that
H "the returns will not bo, canvassed
until T,ii jday next." When Logan
and C.cho County readers picked up
, tho Journal Wednesday evening they
found cloctlon returns from Salt
Lake City and other places from
San Francisco to the Old Bay state
all over the front page, but uot a
word about our own election li. Lo
, gan. Headors then began to pour
through the columns for some men
1 tlon of the Logan contest and flually
found an Insignificant local wltnout
the sign of a headline saying" thj'rt
ectlon was held, that "Mr. Ho-vo 1,
Mr. Evans and Mr. Bankhead" hud
keen elected and tho returns wouul
he. canvassed Monday,
T Of course "a hit bird 'fluitrri"
rod at tines very faintly, and pjjal
bly Tho Journal received a si'.ar
plexus, but evon ordinary newspa
per ethics demands tho nows and re
ally It Is hard to boo why tho Jini"
nal, even though sore and disappoint
ed, could not havo como th'.ongh
with tho returns as It usually ooos,
fi and run tho picture of tho mayor el
jBlL vet at least on tho front page. Salt
01 iK-ako, Massachusetts Now Jersey and
1! rWr places wore Important enough
SI or 'ron PaB spaco with such ro-
jA. turns ns were) avallablo and why not
jB.' Logan? Now why not? Did not
fl, Mayor Elect Howoll, Commissioner
H Bloct Kvnns and Rocordor Elect
l Banlchoad desorvo It? Did not tho
31vv Nonpartisan commltteo reprosonta
9 Jkj Mro of one hundred or more of the
Vj best pooplo of Logan, the people who
& ro responsible for the Journal's
3 fccead and butter, desorve It
jjl It would seem that It is time for
'M the Journal to get up to date, and
m give Logan a square deal. This In-
fflj suit handed the victors and the Non-
M partisan commltteo, as well as fair
5j Logan, Is the limit.
y JW.ECTION COMMENT
J Qhalrman B. T. Cardon had noth-
lng to say declaring that pie oloc-
Men spoko for Itself,
1 Jhalrman N. W, Merkloy could not
VHjpTka found. It was rUmorod that he
Pr left for Mink Creek early Wednes-
'' lay morning to hunt up Ton Tonson.
J. M. Harris was gfad the movo-
Menl that has meant so much for Lo-
e gan was again decisively approved.
r , Comment on election returns In gen
1 -ral Is Interesting. Following la some
Senator Rood of Missouri told his
!V colleagues that tho returns through-
f, t lndlcato anti-treaty sentiment.
SL "Wo hoard a rumblo yesterday at
H o elections," said Sonator Rood.
J.B "Wo on this sldo of the chamber
B mat go off In a corner and hold a
H -BtBtlngr oursclTos and rt-solro that
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the league of nations has nothing to
do with It, but It Is my opinion that
it had much to do with It; and the
only place whoro wo saved our skins
was whoro we rallied the cohorts of
old John Barleycorn nnd raised the
glorious issuo of 'frco' boozo' to tho
point whoro alt other issues wero
obscured."
Sonator Curtis of Kansus, Republi
can whip, summed up the election re
sult in this manner:
"Viowod generally tho results ln
dlcato a 'Democratic slump and a
Republican gain. The Massachusetts
election was a straight out fight for
law and order. In Now Jersey tho
Issues wero local and the president's
veto of prohibition probably had con
siderable lnflluonco In favor of the
'Democrats."
Senator Capper of Kansas Republi
can, thought tho results pointed the
way to a sweeping Republican vic
tory next year. Sonator Watson or
Indiana, Republican, however, Insist
ed the results were without national
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significance. Ho was pleased with
results in Massachusetts but thought
tho Issues were local.
"Tho result In Massachu8etts,"sald
Senator Kenyouot Iowa, Republican,
"Is particularly ploaslng to all Am
ericans and, Jtepublicans."
Senator Hitchcock tho administra
tion leader, expressed pteasure at tho
Massachusetts result, but failed to
soo national significance in any of
the elections. Ho thought they had
no bearing on the treaty fight.
Senator King of Utah, Democrat,
said ho was delighted with tho
Matmachusotts result, although ho
had never split his ballot in his life.
"I'm glad tho Republicans won
there," ho said. "I would havo
mado speeches for Govornor Coolldgo
If I had had time. As for New Jcr
soy, I do not see much' for tho Dem
ocratic party to bo proud of when tho
Issuo was boozo." Rum, In truth,
was tho ovorshadowlug Issuo In Now
Jersey. Edwards Is against national
prohibition and has said tho state
would bo as 'wet as the Atlantic' Tho
votes In Hoboken, Jorsoy City, Tren
ton and Newark floated him In easily."
Tho mombors of the Cacho County
Poultry association held a' moat en
thusiastic mooting Thursday evening
in the rooms of tho Commercial club
and a reorganization was affected.
Joseph ' G. Salisbury was electod
president, Prof. Byron Alder 6Tthe
U., A. C vice president; Harry Wil
son and W. K. Robins as members
of tho exocutlve committee, and Mr.
J. E. Evorton as secretary and treas
urer. Mossra. H. C. Maughan and
W. K. Robblna wore named as a com
mittee to revise the bylaws, one ob
ject being to provide for tho ap
pointment of a vice president In each
of tho largor towns In tho county.
i Another meeting will bo hold In tho
club rooms next Wednesday ovenlnf?
at 8 o'clock ao which a now mombor
of tho exocutlvo committee, wlll bo
elected to fill a, vacancy and prelim
lnary stops taken toward tho hold
ing of a poultry show early In Jan
uary. x
Elders Nells Jacobson and Carl P
Peterson will bo the speakers at tho
Scandinavian meeting Sunday morn
ing, Nororaber 9th. All Scandinav
ians are Invited to attend,
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MIKE UIMIOOLKY, CHAMPION' STOWAWAY OUKST ON N. Y. HOTEL
Mike Gllhoolcy, champion stowaway of Bolglum has at last gained
admittnncei nto tho United States nnd has been adopted by Mrs. Marlon
Gllhoolcy Curry oft he Hotel Vanderbilt, Now York
115,000 EXTRA VOTES FOR
EVERY CLUB OF $20 BROUGHT
IN BEFORE 9 TONIGHT
Bring in Every Subscription Possible Before 9 O'clock
Tonight and Take Advantage of!theJ3ig'Extra Vote
Offer No Limit to the Number of Clubs a Candidate
May Turn in On This Offer 175,000 Extra Votes for
Every Club of $20 Do Your Best Work Today.
REPUBLICAN AUTO CONTEST WILL
CLOSE TI WEEKS FROM TONIGHT
Two $623.00 Ford Touring Cars, Two Pathe Phono
graphs, Two Steel Ranges, Six Merchandise Orders,
Eight Elegant Gold Wrist Watches, and Cash Com
mission Checks to Be Awarded to the Candidates in
Proportion to the Energy and Pep Put Forth by Each
TONIGHT
The 176,000 Extra Vote Offer In Tho Logau Ilepubllcan's
great circulation campaign closes at 9 o'clock tonight Evory
candidate that Is In the raco to win a prlzo should take advan
tage of this EXTItA VOTE OPFEIt and brlnjf In nt loast ono
club of $20 In campaign collections, by campaign collections wo
mean subscription payments, for cither new or old subscriptions
to The Logan Ilepubllcnn. When you havs a total of $20 you
have a club and on each and every club turned In before 9
o'clock TONIGHT you will receive 17C.00O EXTItA VOTES, bs
sldes all tho regular votes as per schedul an the cover of your
receipt dook.
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THE HONOR ROLL
Thursday, Nov. 6
MRS. MABEL WILSON
Logan, Utah
.
TONIGHT Saturday, November
8th, at 0 o'clock the second extra voto
offer In tho Logan Ilepubllcan's
grand prlro circulation campaign
will close. Every club of $20 brought
In or sont In to tho campaign man-4
ager beforo that tlmo will glvo tho
candidate 175,000 EXTRA VOTES.
How many extra votes have you
gotten slnco tho announcement of the
offer of 176,000 extra votes for every
club of $20 'worth of subscriptions?
Not as many u you would llko to
'
THE HONOR ROLL
Friday, Nov. 7
JOHN SMITH
Providence
have, and you have only today iu
which to get more. A f ew extra cou-1
pons for 176,000 votes each would,
make a big difference In your total
number of votes, no matter how
'many you havo nt this tlmo. Thoro
Is no way of telling when you havoi
enough. Tho only safe way is to
keep right on keeping on. i
The Republican, la anxious for you
to get as many votes as possible be-1
cause you can maka such an excellent
Continued on Page Eight)
Armistice Day B
Next Tuesday 9
PROGRAM ARRANGED BY ENTERTAIN M E N T, . ' JM
COMMITTEE FOR ARMISTICE DAY. l
Next Tuesday Is Armistice day and
'tho City nnd Unturtalnmcnt commlt
teo of tho Commercial club has ar
ranged an approprlnto program to
tnko placo In thotaboruaclo TucAday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock. Tho pub
jllc Is Invited to attend the services, j
At tho meeting tho formal presen
tation of honor certificates for all
scrvlco mon( soldiers, Bailors and'
marines) of Log'an will bo made.
Theso certificates are beautifully en
graved with tho scrvlco man's numo
'and aro given by tho city. Tho certi
ficate can bo f mined and kept as a
souvenir.
Hccauso of tho terrlblo flu condi
tions Inst year, thoro was no oppor
tunity for any orgnnliod colobratlon
in November 11th. Next Tuesday ov
enlng will bo tho proper tlmo and
I placo for tho pooplo to gather togeth
er and reflect over tho conditions tho
world passed through In tho great
ENTERTAINMENT COM
MITTEE MET LAST
THURSDAY
Tho Entertainment committee of
tho Commercial club mot on Thurs
day evening and decided to nrrango
for u big gymnnstlc exorcise and a
dinner afterwards at tho A. C. on
Friday, Nov. 21 Already there aro
a number of the club members tak
lns phjslcal exercises at the college
twice each week undor tho direction
of Coach Jensen. Tho classes aro well
attonded nnd the cntertalnmont com
mltteo has taken advantago of ono of
theso ovcnlngs to live, a club dinner at
tho ollego after tho oxorclsos.
Mr. Edward Hinckley, superinten
dent of tho Industrial school at Oft
den will bo ungaged to doltvor an
address at tho luncheon. Mr. Hinck
ley is much Interested in athlotlcs
and his experiences aud advice us to
Ilia reforming of young men will bo
very timely and Interesting.
Business men usually lead a seden
tary life bo that If thoy Intend to llvo
long and do quick cffcctlvo thinking
thoy must do more physical exorcise,.
I Tho commltteo will mnko a canvass
and see that a good majority of tho
club members attend tho oxorclsos
and dinner on Friday, Nor. 21. More
of tho details will bo announcod lat
i
NOTIOH
The general monthly meeting of
the High Priests quorum of Cacho
Stako, will he held on Sunday, No
vombor Sth, Id the Locan tabernacle
at 10 a. m.
B. U. LEWIS,
President.
The Clio Circle, met with Mrs.
John Chrlstcnscn Wednesday after
noon! The club Is taking up a aor
los of Harvard plnya and( from theao
Miss Mary Sorenson read "Tho
Forty Seven Workshop." Special
guests of tho afternoon wore Mrs.
E: T. Lewis, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. O. M.
Robinson and Mrs. Ed Goff. Mr
Cbrlsteuseu ontortnlnod at the nt-w
club room on the musslulne flo.- of
tho Shnmhart Chrlstonseu ttio.
Light refreshments were sened at
the fountain.
war nnd at tho samo tlmo express jH
nu Inward thankfulness that tho H
struggle, has ended nnd that wo am I H
living undor such favjprablo condl- H
tlolia to tho present tlmo. ' HJ
j Tho program will bo as follows: '&fl
Congregational singing "Amorlca"
S. I). Mltton, loader.
I Invocation, Prof. W, Ilondorson. H
Selection, Cache County choir. H
I Address of Wolcomo, Mayor Roy H
llulfcn, chairman. H
Vocal solo, Mrs. Maude Stark.
Address "Experiences White In H
Rattlo," Harry Cooper and othor re- H
turned soldiers. H
Organ selection, Prof. Clark. H
Address, Attornoy A. A. Law.
Presentation of honor cortltt- H
cntcs to sorvlco men of Logan.
Selection, Cacho stako choir.
Doncdlctlon, W. R. Sloan. H
Speclnl certificates will bo Issued ' , H
for tho Gold Star mon who gave
their Uvea In tho service. j
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BIG FIRE AT HYDE M
PARK DESTROYS M
STORE M
HYDE PARK, Nov. 7. A tiro at ' M
unknown origin completely destroy- lil
oil the building and stock, of this H
Ilydo Park Mercantile company's M
Mora at i o'clock a. in. Thursday. H
Occurlng ut such a time the blaxa H
was not discovered until It was be-
yond control. Nolghbors wore aw- j
ukoneil by tho noise and soon gave jH
the alarm but those who assembled jH
could only; watch tho flames hungrily jH
devour all that remained of a oaoo
prosperous business. Mr. Morrlnw j
Morrcll and Mr. 1)111 Ashcroft wrru
badly burned about tho faco by Uio H
exploding of an Iron tank of motor 'tll
oil. Manager Jamos A, Dalncs states ' IB
that tho loss Is atlmatcd at two
thousand five hundrod dollars. This H
amount Is only partly coverod by In- jl
Mr. Dnlncs hits the sympathy of 'H
the community In his great loss. It iH
Is only about a month ago that his ' AH
store was broken Into and a quantity flH
of tobacco and candy Btnlun. Ililn IH
storo has had a great many rovers- lH
en since Its Inception. Mr. Dalnos' ! nH
many patrons will certainly miss his iSfl
congenial personality and palnstak- 'Ql
lng disposition In making purchases sHI
In thef uturo nnd wo trust that will
not bo long beforo this Institution m
will be reestablished. H
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ARMISTICE DAY PRO-
GRAM AT NEW JER- H
SEY ACADEMY ', B
, i H
The followlne program will be '
held at the New Jersey Academy on " iS
Tuesday, November 11, at 3 p. in. jH
"tSar Spangled Banner." ' Wk
Talk on flag e tlquotto. j fB
Presentation of American flag. i rT3tf
Salute. " J
Solo, "A FlaR Without a Stain." J jM
Reading, ''Your Flag and My i- &
Flag." m
"Our America." !1 MM
Presentation of scool servluo flair. f iR
Reading "On Flanders Flolds." ?! KP
Duet. mII
Devotional Praise service. tlPB
ttlH
All New Jersoy service men wvt !,
their frlonda are urged to attend. 't h B
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