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I PAGE Two THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1919 I B THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN B4v Published Or I, , THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANT I V Logon, Utah H IIp ui,iicn President and Editor B FJoyd Hobo Secretary and Manager j .OhM man - ' '" 'M" j. Entered at the Post Office every Tuesday. Thursday K nd Saturday, at Logan, Utah, at second class matter B' Bubucilteni wishing the address ot their p&or Bj; nVanged wlH please give their former aa well as their H jrosent address. All papers aro continued nntll ex B. (licit order Is recelred by s To discontinue. All Hj arrears must b paid In this caso. Rj , H ,oi paid in aduco add f.U cents a year aitra. HMj ? ' "" BILl Subscription Hates By Mall HI - One Year 8'00 ft Bix Months 1B0 Hft Throe Months .......---, '& 1 Subscription Rates Dy Carrier B i One Year .,.............. ..$8. 60 I . SIGNIFICANCE OF THE REPUBLI- CAN TRIUMPH IN OKLAHOMA Hjl - The most significant election result oC the past year, in its revelation of the Hi drift of public sentiment on national is- I sues, was that in the Fifth Oklahoma i district, at a special election on November ml 4th, J. W. Harreld, the Republican nom H inee for Congress was elected over G. W. i "Weaver, administrftion Democrat, by a II Vluaralitv of eight hundred votes in a H district that carried by the Democrat- ic nominee for Congress one year ago by H a plurality of 4,500. H 'f The Republicans of the district made a I square-toed, straight-out, middle-of-the- I road fight on national issues. The Dem- H ocratic nominee, who was the administra- tion?s postmaster at Oklahoma City, de I qlared that the Wilson administration and the league of nations were the issues. The H Republican nominee acceptd this Plat I fonn, and without equivocation, pussy H t footing, dodging or side-stepping, went H to it courageously. The resultbught to be a lesson to those Republicans who imag H ; ine that the way to push their party H along is to avoid any particular differen H ces of opinion with the opposition, and to H run avav from the big questions upon H the wise determination of which the very H safety and perpetuity pf the nation de H pends. H The district was flooded with an Okla- homa edition of the National Republican during the brief campaign which conclud H ed in such signal Republican triumph. ' i Representing the Republican national H If committee, Representative Carl W. Rid H I dick of The National Republican, visited H the district and lent his assistance to the B effective organization, and the editor of H the National Republican, Mr. Lockwood, H spoke in the district. The Republican H ' ' nominee, Judge Harreld, is an ui)tsanding H Republican, and made an effective speak H ing and organizing campaign under the ! management of A. C. Alexander. The Harreld-for-Congress Republican club H did most effective work. The chieO city H oi the district, is Oklahoma City, in H " which both daily publications are violeilt H ly Democratic, and in this metropolis of H Oklahoma, the only publicity had in be- half of the Republican candidate was H through the National Republican and the distribution of Republican literature by H mail. This great Republican triumph fore H shadows Republican victory in Oklahoma H in 1920. By united, harmonious effort, Hi it will be easily possible for Oklahoma Re H publicans to carry their state next year H with the same sort of fight put up in this district, one of the Democratic strong H holds of the state. H . ' The result demonstrates that it was the H underlying Republican drift that result- H " ed in the Republican victories in the coun HL -try earjifll' in the same week. In some HUs-- cases Republican strength was augment Hi ' ed, in others impaired, by local issues, but HI - the general result proves that there is a H tremendous Republican trend in the coun- Hl try. It seems to dispose of the claims of HpT those who have been warning the Ropub- Hb Jican party that it is courting destruction HO insisting upon the Americanization of muK f, thfl covenant of the league of nations. F U'hfe showor of eggs aimed at Senator Hi ' ," ,Reed at, Ardmore was scarcely as signifi HrT ' , "4?nt of public opinion as. the shower of- Mir yii8 under which a Democratic con-' mm1 isslonal nominee, with the league of Hft nations us his platform, Svas buried in H r thfs.vOklahoma congressional district. HP' National Republican. ft H Hb UN-AMERICANISM By Hon. Nicholas Longworth (From a Speech recently delivered in New Jersey) To those of us who will revere and -cherish the fundamentals and ideals of the American Republic as taught and in terpreted by Pashinglon, Lincoln and Roosevelt, the drift away from them and . towards strange gods under this admin istration is thoroughly alarming. They call it Internationalism. I call it Un-Americanism. I am unable to distinguish Internation alism as taught by some of its proponents' and carried to its ultimate conclusion from Bolshevism. Its proponents describe it as a progres sive doctrine. To me it is reactionary to the Nth degree, and a relapse back to the civilization of the cliff dwellers. At its best internationalism means the ultimate sacrifice of the very things' that American soldiers throughout oun history have h fought to preserve for America. ' I am not yet ready to unlearn the Na-, tional Anthem ancl" to substitute as Jeff, described to Mutt, the phrase, "My Coun tries, 'Tis of Those." Today the Republican party is tlie only party in the country that stands for pure, straight-out Americanism. That section of the disintegrating Democratic party that is dominated by President Wilson stands for Internationalism as opposed -to Americanism, a policy of Internation alism varvincr onlv in degree from that vofessed by the Socialists and the I. W. W. The social unrest prevailing through the country, the sporadic outbreaks of lawlessness and violence are the legitim ate outcrop of thejsachings of the Inter nationalists. We think the time has come to scotch the snake of Bolshevism before it makes further inroads. So far as our relations with other countries are con cerned we are not unmindful of the ob ligations due to our allies and of the part We must nlav in world politics. We have no desire to break the heart of the world, but we will take no chances ofbreaking the backbone of the American nation. R R SILVER THE WHITE HOPE Jn every western mining state silver is the chief hope for a revival in precious nilgai mining after four years of very scant development with little or nothing accomplished because of the scarcity of labor and the marked inefficiency of the labor available. " Silver has fallen in the London market in 1914 as low aa 22 pence per ounce, and last month was quoted GG 1-2 pence, or $1.44 per ounce in gold. The fact that a big Colorado company has organized $5,000,000 capital to open a silver mine in Mexico ought to interest American mining law makers. New York financial journals advocate investments in the western silver indus try as an opportunity to profit by a world wide demand for a commodity 'of which we are the greatest producers. Every dollar of diver produced is a dol lar of new wealth created. Every dollar of silver exported to meet the demands of other countries is a dollar of new wealth added to our country. The bright outlook for silver makes it again fashionable and permissable to speak hopefully of mining, the ladder by which western states climbed from the "great American desert" to promising fields for profitable investment. The number of mining enterprises at present under way in western states backed exclusively by outside capital means much for the years to come, when our spasnuv,of economic experiment shall have run their course and affairs get back to normal. Al! good ends can be worked out by good means. Those that cannot are bad. and may be counted so at once and left alone, fe. B. Water flows" downward, but fire flows upward. Our spirits' are like the fire. It is their nature to seek ever higher and higher levels. No one can be happy who is not in some way aspiring F4 P h While we walk through the valley of. . . youth "Jits beauty, its variety, its dancing -lights and siiadows make us forget that it lies low. . As we climb info middle age the road is steep,' but we know that each step takos us nearerthe sun. C k I SmMklB t Y3ySwfey ' AMELS are in a class by themselves easily the ' 1 OgMP 3 M V" most refreshing, the most likable cigafette you Aj W4$Cw ever smoked. You can prove that I Simply compare iij Jg0& Camels puff-by-puff with any cigarette in the world at j any price I Put quality, flavor and figarette satis- faction to the utmost testl Camels are sold every- whcrelnicientiRcaUyaeatad - , Made to meet ypur taste, Camels never tire it, no matter now package of 20 crfareHes or liberally you smoke them I The expert blend of choice Turkish y enT&iaZcZTred and choice Domestic tobaccos makes qameh dehRhtfl-so full- I carton. We strongly recom- bodied, yet go fascinatingly smooth and mejlow-mild. Every jj mend this carton for the . ht one you net new and keener enjoyment! " home or oftice supply or . j"-. j t. j f xrhen you travel. Freedom from any unpleaaant cigarctty after taste or any R. J. ReynqWi Tobacco Co. unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are Wln.lon.Salera,N.C. enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so . I many new ways you never will miss tho absence of coupons, k Ijj premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality I T STOW UPSET? Get at the Real Cause Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That's what thousands of ftomach sufferers are doing now. Instead Bf taking tonics, or trying to patch up a poor digestion, they are attacking the real cause of the ailment clogged liver and disordered bow elf. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets arcusc the liver in a sootliing, healing way. When the liver and Lot els are per forming their natural functions, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles. Have you a bad taste, coated tongue, poor appetite, a lazy, don't care feefina, no amotion or energy, trouble with undigested fnodf' Tak OhveTablets, the substitute fnrrakntel. Dr. Edwards Olive Tab' H are a purely vegetable compound mixed with -" '-" s " ''. ' " olive color. Tliev'do l lie w ork v it liont Gnping, cramp!. ir pain tTake one or two at bedtime lor quicK relief. Eat what you like, lOennaJst. A Yard of Health .$& "" HliM, SALI3 VllOSPIXTS 'From tho looks of things at pres ent wo aro going to have the bls gest seal sale In the history of the UtnliPublic Health association, this pear from Decombcr 1st to 10th. In every county of tho state we havo an organization a chairman and sub chairman lu ovorj city nnd town. Tho people! n tho outlying districts havo responded splendidly and are showing a spirit which will make tho finan cial end of our drive an undoubted success. . 1ajft But we ate looking for more than money this year. We want to get Into every homolnUtah the messago ot our association tho fact that we aro working lu a tremendous cauro and that tho cause Is a vital one and one worthy ot tho support of overp citizen of tho stato. Wo are trying to make the Jtnh Public Health As soclatlou u real thing to the people of, tho state. t Of courso tho state association heads up tho salo In Utah and Htato headquarters will bo tho ofllces, 120 Hast First South stieet. Howoyor, every county Is to be a unit and run independently of the stale olllco. All mpnoy from seal sales will bo turn ed ovpt to tho county chairman who ,n.urn wl 11 iunuU on to tho stato olllco. Tn.thlp way wo hope (p have much m oro Interest lu each.oouuty uh every countp will try to C"do tho next nud will add a very heplthy competition. OUR 1D2 1'HOGltAJl How shall we spend the funds which wo receive? This Is a natur al question and deserves an answer. Tho bulk ot our work next year will bo public health nursing. Wo are planning to place public health nurs es In five counties of Utah between January 1st nnd January 15th and lo glvo to tho counties demonstra tion of Just what a public health nurse means to a community. Such n program to directly roturnable In dollars and cents to every county and should be heartily supported. Wo want to form In oach county, nftor our seal sale lu'branch ot tho Utah Public Health association and through theso blanches carry" on a geiloral work for tho piomotlon of health. Wo hopo to ralso tho tarin aid of the' anaemic child and build such children up Into strong men and women. Help us by buying lied Cross seals. Just a word to explain as to the Red Cross In our Christmas seal. A great many people havo the Idea that tho lied Cross In the seal means that tho American Bed Cross Is the gift of tho National Red Cross to tho National TuberculoBlB association, tho Red Cross recognizing tho fact that the Natlonul Tucrculosls associa tion Is the best csulppod organiza tion in tho country to serve In tho fight agulnst that disease, In othor words it la tho contribution ot th Red Cross to tuborculosls work. Tho Utah Public Health associa tion Is a branch of tho National Tub erculosis association and of courso wo uso tho seal put out natlonally.o OUll CltUSADE VlhM. Last week the splendid Modern health crusade film, which re pur chased a short time ago, has been shown to largo audiences in Summit arid Wasatch counties. Tho film, with Its pretty story, has made a tre mendous hit. We can arrange to show It to any school, parent teach or organization or church on applica tion to our office, 120 East 1st South, Salt Lake City. -Animal's Strono Instinct. -Some animals aro renmikiilile, In deed, for lllo wnndi'i fill development of loe and devotion thoy possess and bhow toward Iiun. Thej tire ho acute In Uip Ronie of their affections that they seem to pereelvs the feelings of I rlielr master In mHonco oriiH expres sions. Masters of dumb nnlmnls hswo - often been hoard to declare tlint their jH animals were quicker to detect In them JtfK a spirit of auger than were their M't V low men. j iM, 4 OHAMBEIUiAIN'S COUGH I.EMBDV x This remedy Is intended especially for coughs, colds, croups aDd whoop- ; Inp cough. From c, small beginning Its sale and use has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. This alone Is enough to conrlnco one that It Is a medlslne ot more than ordinary Imtrlt. dire it a trial an you will find this to bo the case. Adv . mWmBmlm9mmmWKmmmmammmamWmmKKmmmmmmmmm Auto Lighting, Repairignl - Plumbing Wolk K. New and Up-to-date Sh'op 1 1 If you want yourr automobile washed call -on me 1 &' ALt WORK GUARANTEED I M, BBUCH' i I 12 North let West Pho"c 118 Logon, Utah j MiM4MIW1iil rt iihnwnr,? ! tlJiiWIIMli j i .mi,)ilj) m ,, , ,-,-: , .,, .i.MJji.