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PAGE TWO THE LOGAN REPUBLICAN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19 J H rHB LOGAN REPUBLICAN H Published Hy B THE tlUI'UIIUCAN TUULISUINO COM PANT H Logan, Utak H ;, j ' JT. Sullen President and Editor H ' riojd Roso Secretary and Manager H Entered at tlio Post Officii every Tneadny, Taurtday H , and Saturday, at Logan. Utah, as second clasa matter H Subscriber wishing (he nrtdrcaa nf their papor H nVariged will please giro their formpr as well a their B preaont address. All papora am continued nntll ex- H elicit order la received by ua to dlacontlnne. All H trrearn iiniKt h imld In thin man. B r At duiiI lii ndAiicu add fo cents a year extra. j Subscription Ilaien fly Mall H One Tear ................ ........ ..- . .J3.00 B Blx Months - ....... 1.60 Bmfl Tnren Months ................... -. .76 Hmfl, HtUiacrlptlon llatcs IJy Carrier B On Year J3.6" H '" ' KING SEES NO ESCAPE H Extravagance is the paramount issue H now before the people of the United H States. Senator King, disgusted with H the attitude of the administration on this H issue is about to give up in despair. The H Senator recently said in the Senate: H "Mr. President, in my opinion, B we will not send home any con- H X t siderable number of the employes H j ' of "the government who are here H in Washington. No matter how Hj many increases are made in the H number of employees because of H ji some exigency, we do not decrease H ' . the nWber when! the exigency has H passed. lb is one of the unpalat- H able facts that we must admit that H Congress docs not have the cour- H age to enforce economy in the ad- H miniseration of the affairs of the H government. The demands of ex- H ecutive departments for more bur- H eaus, executive agencies and em- H plQyees, no matter how resolutely H " ' Congress may set their faces H v against them, finally are acceded H "' to. The tens of thousands of em- H ployees now in Washington, in- Hr Usy stead of being diminished, will pro- H ?tably be added to. , I regret to ad- H ', ,, jniit this, but I bee no reason to an H ' ticipate any diferent result." M ; d THE HARVEST ' H y For three years organized radicalism H hiding behind the cloak of labor, has H . .Bladimailed this nation. Honest labor H was made a party to the outrage simply H because it belonged to the organization H which was being exploited for revolution- H ary ends. The public which is always H friendly toward labor was deceived bv H . the wolf cry of "capital vs. labor." Dy- H namitcrs and murderers were "martyr- M ized" and "heroes' of the "class war." All H -during the war this radical element held H up the government as at 'the point of a H gim and secured one demand after an- H other. Radicalism was pampered in ev- H ery way while it was always ready to bite Hj ' the hand that fed'it. Thinlcing men real- H ized the danger and constantly pointed H i out that the fight was not one of capital H vs. labor, but that it was a straight fight H of Americanism vs. anarchy. H Events have proved that they were H right The deadly plans of the I. W. W., Hh- the Bolshevist and every enemy of the U. H y S; came to light in the Boston police H strike, the steel strike and the coal strike. m Jn no uncertain manner has the public H been shown that organized labor has m ' been used as a shield behind which or- B ganized anarchy worked and that honest HH workmen hqve been blinded as much as jjH the general public by the propaganda H spread. . H The climax to the nqar revolution H which" has been in progress in this coun- H try came1 tit Centralia when overseas ser- H vice men in the armistice day parade were H shot down in cold blood by the "martyrs" B and "heroes" of organized radicalism HH that have been pampered and fattened H ! and protected in this nation. H No longer can the issue be clouded bv H the false crv of "capital vs. labor," Indus- B try has suffered without redress and with B but sligl protection agaiiist- these or- B ganized anarchists. mM-, The Centralia tragedy should burn the HHV .rfactlnto the minda of all persons trusted Hv Smiff enforcement of the law that the I. M " W'W. and all similar revolutionary or- 11 ,ganizations are engaged in war on the BauaHBB' Phiwnffl-i-' i , m:?ju. t United States. They have followed guer illa methods and have enjoyed immunitv. Wrecking machinery, defiling food, spik ing logs, sowing sedition and obstructing the draft are only milder act of war than open attacks on loyal citizens. Because they have been permitted to commit these lesser crimes with impunity, they have been emboldened to the greater crime of murder. The Centralia bovs who were murder ed may be truly the saviors of their country, as their death has finally awak ened this nation to the peril threatening it. ix ra ra THE BASIS OF CREDIT . . If ever this nation had the value of in surance impressed upon it, it was during the war. Insurance was the stabilizing influence and basis of credit. It was. the safeguard . df the soldiers' families and it assured " ' protection to American industry from the . frightful losses it suffered in overseas shipments. f The 'general public is not sufficiently familiar with stabilizing effect of insur-, mice upon American industrial life today. Impartial rating bureaus working al ong scientific lines, not guess work, have made it possible to reduce insurance cost while giving greater protection. Insurance is one of the few industries that has been able to actually reducfe its costs below the pre-war figure and this speaks well for private industry and enterprise. www REMEMBER PERSHING'S REPORT ' 'i The chief of ordnance of the war de partment is taking great credit to his bureau because it succeeded during the war in the production of French recuper ators, a device which controlled the re- ', cofl of cannon. That fact is very inter esting, but its significance is somewhat dimmed when one remembers General Pq rshing's report: "-There were no guns of the caliber mentioned (75's and 155's) manufactured in. America on our front at the date the, armistice was signed." n. hh Om " A DISGRACEFUL PROCEEDING The general hysterical attitude of la bor is well voiced in the expression re cently sent to Congress in the form of a petition from the new national labor ,narty demanding the impeachment of .Judge A. B. Anderson of the .United States district court. The petition was framed by the convention's resolution committee of which Robert M. Bruce of Chicago is chairman and was presented at the' meeting in that city. The reaspn cdven was the action of Judge Anderson in granting the government a mandatory injunction ordering the ocal strikers to rescind their strike order. This action (jamo as no surprise to those who have followed the course that organized labor has pursued in the past few months. In petitioning congress , for the impeacliT ment of a federal judge who was inter preting the law as it stood they are at ' tacking the United States government. There is but one side to these questions. Either the form of government is wrong or the radical minority that has organ ized labor in its grip today is wrong. As to which side is right there is no question on the part of the loyal, patriotic, self respecting, law-abiding citizen. There are enough of these to win the fight. The laws of the United States must be upheld and the time to bring the matter to a showdown is NOW. r w w t "UNHONORED AND UNSUNG A hundred years from now, what will the people of this country think 'of the thirty-eight senators who thought more of foreign countries than they did of Hieir own native land? They won't think, for they will have been forgotten, gone "down unhonored and unsung." Mi to WHEN AND HOW . The sob-editor of a Democratic news , nnper had this to say of the landing of the remains of more than a hundred Am erican soldiers : "Beneath gray skies and before a tragic little congregation of weeping relatives, tho nation today gave final tribute to 113 young American her oes who had paid their last full measure of devotion on the battlefield amidst the froze" wastes of Northern Russia." And whe. pray, will thcsdv, heroes htfy a place in American history? When and j how did the United States declare war on Russia? ICflANDLEft S f X I I Famous For Its Marvelous Motor I Theres No Time Better t I u h to Buy Your New Car J "OUILDING more than a hundred cars a day, the Chandler I I JLJ Motor Car Company is still unable to supply the demand I 1 IB' for tho greatest of Sixes. And this is November. L I There are no automobile seasons anj' more. Any time is v 1. the time to buy your car, if you, can get it. The earlier your ir order, the earlier your delivery I The Chandler Six leads so distinctly .because it offers so 8 B much more for so much less. Other cars which perhaps might I be compared with, it list at hundreds of dollars more, and cheap i cars sell for almost as much. ' i SIX BEAUTIFUL BODIES ARE BUILT I 1 .ON THE STANDARD CHANDLER CHASSIS 3 jj Screii-Pussjiiivr Touring Car, 3179S Four-Passcngcr Roadster, Ct79S ( j' , Four-Passenccr Dispatch Csr, SlSZp Scieri'Passcngcr Sedan, $2795 rotir-Passcngcr Cotipc, $2695 Limousine, $3295 I ij 14 , , ,,. All prices J. o.b. Cleveland ' (1 H . ,' " ' ' ' ' , KIMBALL AUTO COMPANY " : . . LOGAN, UTAH r , , 8 I CHANDLER MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO 3 ' . . A TRUE SENTINEL 'Neath your divine shadow, j Oh flnfc Red, While and lllui, . Truo Septlnel r utijnd. To guard and inolect you. ' From the lar frozen Noith, To 'tenso tronlcal heat, You dash trluViphnnt forth When tittle's liociblo to moot. ' Countless aro youY K'oilca, On all the earthly wekos, Many wondrous storisa Toll ypur'e truo GunrdaOSnrlncs, Your Stars wore never dimmed ' Ily cowardly retieat But every tyrant's jstroko '?& Added to his defeat. No harm shall befall Thee, Thy honor we'll uphold, ', Guardians or the i'reo, We're Marines as nf old. No tyrant shall dentrqy, , Freedom's light wheio once seen Not -while thore' but one Boy, Cnllod the U. S. Marino. Ellas Shurn, Cpl. U. S. M. C. mm mi , . iNew York, Dec. 3. Promlor IJU.u-1 thcrloa K. Vonlzulua, tho man v 10 steered Grcoao through the liwhloif waters of tho war, pet an pjsau'iiilo to his countrymen In tho UnUtil States recently when ho becamo thq p.ir chaser of ono of tho new $1,000 treasury savln8certlflcatiM t.f tho .Oiafrvfei Curium: &. C'Jmju I liN 'i iMIKtiiltp ' " tana' r-i)r .inly way iu 'iii in t .1.1 in i by i.-lllulioiur i- i ,nti it."mcii l Cc -." no !"( ' ditlaii j." il- mi OfU '.WIiii' ul m 4tm 1' ' Wii i. jlilktrtiK I In'ln it 1 1 Jm luml.' iih, ,iiiii i . ii t .4 i IU.I r.fiitt tit unllMJU.' tnlliiiiM a i n b" 1k. n ( nil I hIS I lib. in i ;! I mill . i.li tl4. kuii'lnr mii' .1 ii .I i H i Ce u it . I i null in ii WtMftWd tmihl i bn ' i mil ino.t iinliuii t tit Wu-ous irrnr. I ..W'11 i. i nm Mn .1 1 J- i r f. ' ii t tfla of I rtfi '. i i. 1 iy ' nil inii cannot In . n i a u m u , SMtiVvTUrii ... V J I'lirM.I i. -talrn. Ohk. Polfl by IVnrU :if Take lluu I nuiiy I'liit for eciiUpallon. ( Ignited States government. 1,1 at ac tion showed not only what tho Greek mi statesman thought of A.T.ifca kov ' eminent securities as a noriruitu lii vestraent but Indicated 'o thoso ef his race In America th imporlunce which he places on thrlf, filnB :nC safo investment In tho period of re construction. "While still the leadi .r nllicn. of his natlvo land, ho has becoiti'j'' a Thrift Citizen of tho OndM Siatis, an incentive nnd nn object lessen to thoso Orcolis who have beijiin. Am erican citizens jitnd. those, w.ui hnvo not yet done so. xri m . i . IT. S. CIVIIj SiniVICU 10XAMINA TIONS The United States Civil Service Commission announces the examina tion named below to be held at an arly date. Application blanks and Author Information may be' obtain edfrwn the local secretary, board of civil 8orVflcxairiJiters, nt tho post office In thlSfilty. Forest nndWIeld Clerk. Optimistic Thought. I .Siien'rfltin sllencu Is better than sense- ' t Animal's Strong Instinct. 'S'ltno nuiinnls ttru u'tntirkaMe, in itcHnl. for tlte wonderful ilen'Iopment of lovo nnd devotion they po,vss nnd show tiivMinl men. They tin so acute In tho 8i'n-f of their' directions tlmt they itimiu tn pircel5 the feelings of ffiidr iutter In jdvance of his exjns shins. Mttbters of dumb nnlmtila hnvo orien Itt'cn heanl to ileclnre Unit their animals wero tiuleker to detect In Hum n spirit of iuiKcr tliun were tbctr f(dJH low men. vv - mW H OnAMIimiiAT.V'S COUGH UllMKDY j This remedy is Intended especially for coughs, colds, croups and whoop- lnc cough. From r. small beglnninc its sale and use has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. This alone t Is enough to convince onq that It la medlciae of more than ordinary merit. Give it a trial an', you will find this to be the case. 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