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Thursday, November 25. 1931 rilK NKI'III TIMRS-NKW- S. I T Mi PAGE THREE THIS WEEK'S PRIZE STOUT Sally Scz KILL COLD GERMS mm? THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving . . . Real eratituds itself in sharing with express others la no other way could wa lova our neighbor better than t apply tha rule "Live and let live". Then let us use Intermountain Produce and Product. They are better anyway. MRS. W. BOREN. Salt Lake City. Utah. ... Clears head instantly. Steps cold spreading:; , 5p ri n kl e y ou r ? , ;. handkerchief dClnng the day -your pillow ot nightUj i By COURTNEY RYLEY COOPER , At A All McKesson "Kwp moving!" shouted a WHAT HAS TRANSPIRED !" policeman. "Uet OtT UlO.il) 8ll'IH! Joe obeyed. Now he whs on the Jo Barry, country youth In last tier, now on the sldewulk. New York, tkti out a living aa off a DRUG STORES- . produsj - I caretaker In poor rooming house Grain' Went Wrong Way and accordion player In Louie C. Lured by James Carver remodeled a large flertoltnl'a rtitaurant. open country, be spsnda a building at Madison, Wis., to manu- the In the Belt!, near nlglil facture cuttle feed. Friends were Ilertollni diachargea him. Invited U witness Its first production. IrVteiidlea and "broke." be la of fered Sin.ofto r untied by a man be knows button a U'lioola Carver turned. Workmen poured great oi grain into noppers, but nothing means the penitentiary, but Joe la came out as the finished product. The deaperate. He defer declalon until the heat night, and la elven f 1.000 building was searched from top to "on account." Next day Joe bottom without discovering where 1800 In bank, givthe grain was going. Carver went to ing hla name country aa Joseph Hriidlty. the roof. There out of a ventilator Outside a circui tent he see an and la tempted to play pouted the mixture, and the wind accordion It. A aTlrl, Sue Dayton, niece of acattered It afar. A workman had the owner, whoadmlrea the muale, diverted the ground grain Into the urga him to join the circus, but loe ays he must first return to wrong pipe. New York "on buaineaa. H ha decided to refuse "Martin's" offer. In Mb room four men accost him. Bewildered, Joe ee the men. who ' are detective, find large amount of money, a mnchlne arun. ""'I two revolver. Next day. under arrest. Joe I Identified by men who had aeen him the night before near when two 1 prohibition Newburgh. agent were killed and robbed. Joe I accused of their muruVr and robbery. A man known a "FullhouBe." waiter at hurts Joe'a case by hi evidence. "Martin" cannot be found. Joe keeps silent as to his previous day's doings, fearing to embarrass Sue Dayton. Hla Uymle Fradke, gives him New-bi'rti- a--ek. i' TuVrlTn j CI a. cell-mnt- e. WOMEN: vafch your BOWELS What should women do to keep their bowels moving freely? A doctor Xpure Syrup Pepsin is so good for woS!en- - l just 8U't3 tne'r delicate an orcatK5"1' l lne prescription doctor who has treated old fafe' women Patients, and thousand special study of bowel who made troubles. X , l'ldren' It is fine for to; They love its taste. Let VP ha,ve every limo tiir innmiM Q:vcoated or their is sallow. Dr. caidlL3 skin ojv... is made from fresh i.x?auvo tiprhs nnrA nensin nnn other nnnii- less ingredients. When you've a sick headache, can't eat, are bilious or sJaggish; and at the times when you are most apt to be constipated, take a little of tnis famous prescription (all drug stores keep it ready in big bottles), and you'll know why Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the favorite laxative of over a million women I syp Dr. W. B. $20. CHAPTER SYRUP PEPSIN A Doctor's Family Laxative The Other Way Around Prison Visitor "And I suppose It was poverty brought you here?" Prisoner CGG6GC "No, I was simply coining money." "Ask papa.' t iiwLnri ei ' I stuffy nostrils. r . . sooine irritation ov use oi jVfenthotatum In nose. Rub briskly on chest to improve blood circulation and prevent Sw congestion. Jars and .4 Vt . ...I - in- - llk Salt Lake City's Vewest Hotel iT K ft 7 Continued IV 6 There came the swift, deep cracking of revolvers, not one but a dozen ; a frosted door panel tingled and spread its crashing glass to the floor. There were shouts, the sound of many running forms, the wild cry of some one cursing above the clutter of gunfire; a third shot took half the glass from the transom, and with that the guard clicked the lock of the Oregon boot, swung to his feet, and with a lenp, reached the cage door. He unlocked It, he swung It wide and darted through. then of with . . the j ,, AhiJ. and ran forth to the corridor, not loiTiPS hack. Joe P.arry moved Caldwell's A maiden speech . h forward. T4;e rebounded ...,J dor had struck ror rtjf y gnnp. lock to find Its "reTSJiM.. ; now it swung wide to its full extent, struck against Its stop and then moved lazily back on the rebound. A form passed Joe; it was the prisoner in the Oregon boot. But lie did not seek flight. He merely stood there and as the door came to the Jam his big hand closed over it. mesh Ing it Into Its proper position. Joe Barry turned away; like an animal he lind seen a cage door wide open before him, like an animal he had been held afraid to for him. risk what freedom a gloved hand at -CUT the block!" Joe Harry went The Ideal Vacation Land e form-fittin- prllljjj 48-19- the of the throng on. lie block there. At the end passed more mounted men; a car rounded the corner before him. Its alren scream ing. Its tonneuu loaded with policemen. by. Then a patrol went Joe Within and Ills sire, liurry his walked on. nil n there clanging dinned shrieked the command to run. nerves twitched with the de lie could all but hear tlie I) "Uun run for U d's words: sake, run!" Hut the man only continued to walk, with the thousands of other free persons who cluttered the side walks, he only continued to look about him with narrow, frightened licked at his lips and Far uptown, an hour walked later, wearied by repression, his legs aching from the exertion which had held them to a strolling stride, Joe halted as he passed a small crowd before a radio stote. A voice was shouting at him from the throat of the "Station WNYC Police Alarms. During a desperate effort at freedom today at Criminal Courts building, llyniie Fradke, twenty eight. New York gangster, was killed by police when he attempted to shoot his way out with a revolver slipped to hi in by a confederate eyes, he only on. g uulli Now 11 II II cell block Kill in had merely ful Impulse tit the As for the clerk tils key upon Its rubber ring, he was just another fellow with a hangover, bearded soiled, unkempt seeking the purifying qualities of heat and soap und water after the pollution of liquor. Joe snapped the rubber band about his wrist and turned first for the barber shop. All tills had been done hazily; almost subconsciously. The condition continued until he stepped from the chair, after the extrava gance of a haircut, a shave and a A crumpled tabloid shampoo. newspaper was on a chair; he sighted a picture on the first page, passed It over with a glance,A then word looked at It more sharply. above the picture had jerked him to attention: heavy, black lettering, followed by a bulky exclamation : "ESCAPED I" There came to Joe the overpowering realization of this omnipotent thing known to him aaa the police. He had been free only short time, but the news of it was already established and old old enough for one of its carriers to be crumpled, discarded, even by barber shop loungers. Every one must know him now; he clicked his teeth with rapidly tightening jaws. Ills barber had pressed against him. In a survey of the photograph. "Them guys are certainly getting In the hallway as Fradke was be- free with their hardware." he said ing led from a detention room to "First thing we know, they'll steal the courtroom for trial. During the city hall. Tough baby, ain't the confusion resulting, a man be- be?" lieved also to be a confederate of Then the barber moved on, leav Fradke's escaped from a detention ing Joe Barry still staring at his cage In magistrate's court His de- own photograph. Must the man be follows: Joe Barry, twenty-f- blind that he could not have seen scription our, dark hair and eyes, height the resemblance? At last Joe Bar five feet nine, weight one hundred ry glanced Into the mirror. " and forty-fivThe person he saw was not the Joe Barry looked np. A few feet man who glared at him from a away, stood a man in blue and rogue's gallery photograph on that brass, diligently taking down the- tabloid page. There was the difd note- ference between youth and age. in description in a nocence and granite hardness. For the features of the man In the pic ture were hard with hate; he had looked what the picture portrayed him to be. a sullen gangster, hat e SfTint "he ed upon in the mirror was only tired and fagged; a boy worn by looking piteously at the grief, and world, as if trying to understand The barber returned, and handed him his check, to he settled on his IT. departure from the big bathhouse. Joe Barry went onward, to the elevator, and to the locker floor, there to be assigned his bed, to divest himself of his clothing, and to give his orders to the floor boy, as he handed over his shoes for shining and his clothes for the tailor's "Lam it!" "But you?" The prisoner grinned. "Me?" "With this?" lie eyed the steel boot on bis right ankle. Suddenly he scowled. "Lam It, I said. Think you can wait all day 1" His free urm went forth and caught Joe by the shoulder, whirling him through the door. "Keep your bead 1" he whispered. "Jam in with the crowd and tet 'em ease you out!" 200 TUe Baths 200 Rooms Mincing, furtive, Joe reached the corridor. Some one caught him by Radio connection in every room. an arm, swinging him angrily RATES FROM 1.50 about, and half throwing him against a crowd of others much the Just oppotitt Mormon Tabmmclt same as he, milling forms being ERNEST C. ROSSITER, Mgr. herded by excited men In uniform. "Out of the building, there!" a voice sounded. "Make it snappy. Out of the building I" Another policeman caught him. and pushed him forward, lie half turned Joe about, so that he could toward the broad, castle-likSunshine Alt Winter JLong look The crowd there had stairway. Splendid road a towering mountain parted for an instant, to reveal the Inranges Highest type hotels dry sprawled form of a man. A sleek man. with vigorating air clear starlit nights clothing and hair. California's Foremost Detail Playground gleaming The head was rolled back, the eyes open, staring upon things they could not see. lly! ESI niie Fradke had kept his boast He CALIrOBMIA had beaten Dannemora. "Go go. go on don't stand 31 No. W. N. Lake Salt City, around all day I" They were moving Joe again, with a hundred eth- - TEMPLE SQUARE turklMli UI Jllll upou mill the odora of the - loud-speake- r. e much-handle- bl?-Cpt- nut-sid- HOTEL luxury ot h Willi me BOH his nostrils, he the, lowed a naturul you "Keep moving ridblock I" A mounted nuin hud eli;ht of a sign. den to the curbing and was waving who handed him Wilder grew the sounds from a hundred voices shouting now. There were more shots from the side of the mezzanine corridor, from the rotunda, from the stairway, where some one evidently stood at bay. 'Loo out !" It was one voice above all the rest. "He's got a shot left I You. up there on the mezza nine, pull down on him !" Then another voice sounded. "Close In on him, down there In the rotunda." Then a lone shot came from the stairway, followed Immediately by the booming of a dozen guns. The man In the Oregon boot looked swiftly about him, toward the policemen, guards and attaches in the rotunda, struggling with the street mob which now was flooding into the building. The big muscles of his right shoulder bunched. Joe, staring, saw h!m slowly pull back the door. "All right, kid !" he commanded. "Lam it!" Joe gasped. The door had been closed, yet now it was open ; dazThat great edly he understood. hand had raised just In time to catch it and hold the hasp a fraction of an Inch from its receptacle. Now, It stood open, beckon ing Wall (WNU Service) Copyright by Courtney Ryley Cooper much relief iiuu tu think ul money be. He t precious though It was moving, where he did not care: only that it be away from Mew York. When the end of the line arrived Joe Barry stepped forth and looked about lil in with more of confidence lie was away from New York and its canyons of buttressed fear; here be could plan with something of calm. Early that afternoon he walked slowly past a bunk In a town small and Pennsylvania looked within. This was be his trial. Certainly bankvrs would watch the newspapers, und be alert for t tie Immediately sight of criminals. Joe fought against the word; he wns not a criminal, he told him self. But he laughed mirthlessly; it wns a grimace and an expulsion of bret.th. little more. He was adjudged a criminal and he was be Ing bunted as a criminal ; a mur derer, if that made It any clearer, and what difference did It make If In bis own mind, he knew himself mlt-'h- to le Innocent? It was bnd reasoning. made him shaky. Then suddenly he whirled, walking swiftly, and turned In at the door of the bank Cood afternoon," he said, and waited. The banker looked up. "Oh, hello," he said, and smiled. "Back to make that other deposit?" Joe Barry cleared his throat. "No I'm sorry. I've got to draw out some money. "Certainly, certainly." Then the banker passed over a saving ac count withdrawal slip and made a remark about that most casual of things, the weather. After a time Joe picked up the pen. His hand had stopped shaking. Then, almost before he realized Free It, he was out of the hank. and money In his pocket. He had drawn only half of his deposit but It was enough. There would be no need to take the risk of going to the other hank ; all custodians of money might not be alike. He had money in his pocket-t- wo hundred dollars. He could buy a ticket all the way across the con tinent with that and still have something to live on after he had made the Journey. His brain was filled with the thought, of the clatter of trains, the rush and roar of 'Th.'.s eiipYiirig away beneath him strange cities where one could lose oneself, ships at anchor, looking for eager, hardworking young men More and more glorious became the thought of the far away. Then it ail was gone. For Joe Barry realized that he was standing still, half turned from the chipped sidewalk which led to the blackened railroad station. Be fore him wns a wooden fence, and upon that fence, the tattered posters of a departed cir That It isn't so hard to shoot straight to the mark If you know where you re aiming;, in woods, fields, or park. But, let's aim to help neighand friends, bors, home-townTheir "good fortunes" may start where our thoughtlessness ends. Patronize Home Industry. MMJJk. From the Greek The word "attic" is geographi cal. The architects of Attica, of which Athens was the ancient capital, planned such a story, ris ing above an architrave or cornice, because it was especially suited to their type of building. In modern times such an Attica or Attic story has been called an attic. rnsist en Pure Virgin Wool Blankets Mad In the Intermountain ORIGINAL West UTAH WOOLEN MILLS Salt Lake City Remembered Limerick A famous old liberick with reward to Henry Ward Beecher is as follows: "A preacher named Henry Beecher said the hen was a beautiful creature. The hen, pleased with that, laid an egg in his hat. And thus did the hen re ward Beecher." ARTIFICIAL LIMB CO. Artificial Limbs Truuet Brace Arch Supports Cratches Elastic Hoisury Extension Shoes Established in Salt Lake In 1908 Ph. Was. 6264 Satisfaction Guaranteed 13S W. Third So. I Bait Lake City, lit. L d cus. iron. Large Pheasant Farm The door opened to take him to Two davs later, Joe Barry stood of the largest pheasant one At busl the clatter and heat of the bath- on the curbing of a in England, on the border rooms deep in the basement. ness block in the quiet old town ol farms No one noticed him; the sweat- Frederick. Md.. his own troubles of Sussex and Hampshire, 500 pheasants are kept in captivity ing men In the steam room, the for the moment forgotten. From hen sold shouting figures which plunged far down the street, there came the and at least 150,000 eggs are about the pools. Joe Barry won- faint music of a band, rising every year. dered what the rubbers would do; through the steady overtones of its they who had time to study men bass drum. With this the crowd "GRAINS OF GOLD" under their energetic manipula ed sidewalks forgot other thing3 in WHOLE WHEAT CEREAL THE tions. But they only asked him. an undulating bulge toward the "Makes Cream Taste Better" after the soaping and showering curb, like the sweep of a wave. n GASOLINE Packed With Power Mount of Olive There ars no positive data that the Mount of Olives was the seen of tha Sermon on the Mount There are also no actual data other than in the Annals of one reference, Tacitus, Roman historian, to tha presence Of Christ upon the earth. The Mount of Olives faces tha Temple Mount, and was the favorite gathering place of the citizens of Jerusalem. It was also tha favorite walk and retreat of Christ, according to tradition. Ask Toar APEX-K-HAN- Drmctst For LOTION D INTERMOUNTAIN AN PRODUCT Ocean Soundings The echo method is the latest method of taking ocean soundings, consisting of an electric transmitting unit which send sound vibrations through the water. As they rebound from the floor of tha ocean they are registered on a receiver on the ship. The depth of the water is determined by the time between the sending and receiving of the signals. WANTED: Names ot A rents ts ael Christmas Cards la 1931 through your local printer. Flan for 131 beins made bow. Send in roar name for details which will snake your ielhus easier without tha trouble, mistake and delaj roa had In Writ eastern factories. representinar W. N. U. P O. Box 154S. Salt Lake City. Complete Failure An Iowa farmer was told by his doctor to count sheep jumping over a fence, in an effort to cure insomnia. The next day the farmer came back to the doctor's office and said: "It didn't work. Doc. I counted enough to pay off the mortgage, and got so mad because they were not real that I stayed awake all night." 0N OUR 2 DAY VACATION' was over, if he would have oil or alcohol. Finally he was back on his floor and the boy was preced- The music of the band became Western Made For Western Trade louder. Joe Barry edged forward Ask Your Grocer He had come here only after men book. The voice above ceased, giv- ing him to pull back the blankets tal travail. In a few minutes now Too Strenuous on his bed. ing way to the lilt of a azz orchethe "grand, glittering and glorious Bobbie was telling about Ms The policeman stra. opened his of the Dayton Brothers first day at school. "I don't like it. Dulled, relaxed for the first time coat and tucked the memorandum in days, he felt the soft touch of pageant" circus would pass him. and he They almost worked me to death. within. Joe Barry licked his lips. a clean pillow. The smoothness would see little of It, save one iet Gave and some paper, me a Then they both walked on. and gentle warmth of blankets son. And when that view had been and I didn'tpencil have time to do anycrept about his shoulders. When gained, that one bit of worship si thing else all day," he reported he awoke. It was with the Knowl lently and surreptitiously given. that evening on his return. CHAPTER V. edge of new light. Joe Barry Joe Barry would go on to far did threw the covers from him. almost places, to ships that sailed the seas INSTINCTS which Joe Barry CLAUDE NEON LIGHTS he possessed now had excitedly, and swung to the side of He felt he could not do otherwise He had fought It all out. that day assumed control ; bis brain was a the bed. Electrical Products Corporation It was as if he had forgotten he had seen the posters, down by 1046 So. Main turmoil, his exterior calm. He Bait Lake Citr wanted to run, he wanted to hurry something of vast Importance. His the- railroad station. Conditions to a railroad station and catch the subconscious mind was telling him had changed since, flushed with the Honey Is Energy Food first train out of town, but he only to hurry, as If there was a train lure of a new life, Joe Barry tiad Common honey i3 among the wandered along a side street, lookto be made, or an promised to come back to the Day best of energy-produciand there. appointment which could not wait ton Brothers circus Just as soon as foods. It ishigh ing in ah window hereturklsh especially valuable as hath, He dressed and washed with the he could be released "from his oth entered a At last, a food for .babies and young chil- and walking silently to the clerk's air of a man whose minutes must er job." A wah n f m ml rt Mtn01 rmnniinf . . . . no be desk, pulled out the money which be counted. lie fidgeted at the ,V11 there could ow, he knew, . if had given him, counter downstairs, and wrote release. His Hymie ItFradke Job was a job of and in blod tha box In on ll?e account the when th tin deposit uSa" pad Placef him it serntchlly to ; or life either death placing clung which have been burned which the clerk as silently extend- the clerk passed It over for him to like a hated scourge, to haunt him enumerate the amount of his tips. throughout the years, or it would by exercise. ed him. As an escaping animal seeks the Then he reached e&gerly for the send him to where men screamed than ten dollars which and beat their rough shoe3 against camouflage of vegetation that will trifle iesshim and hurried from the the floor late at night when one ot per week will be match Its protective coloration so was due did not know their number, his head shaved and paid for the best Joe Barry, by instinct, had gone to building.to Yethe he did not truly real- his trouser go, slit to make way article on "Why you the one place and the one thing where legs rush so there for the touch of clammy electrodes, should a s e Intermountain which, for a time, at least, would ize why he must was something to be done some- went through a little door, never to He did not mean his freedom. made Goods" Similar to halfway down the come back. Joe Barry had been know that the main Ingredient of thing to be done his above. Send your story in lower he e saghalted, was block, of jaw not last In breaking forced year-likthe few, the escape prose or verse to Intermounthing with days, to face this situation with bonds, but the actions which fol ging. That screaming tain Products Column .P. O. lowed. With the first tenseness of in his brain was calling to him to something of dull resignation; Box 1545. Salt Lake City. If run. and because of that he there was nothing else to do. But the breakaway over, he slowly had run, towalked your story appears in this an nnnoticed along, his to the of revert had to only the heart ordinary begun complications CZ A A column you will worker had morning known been life of moving In he reckoned early which the not, turmoil, things V receive check for .. The police did not find him in the across town towaru where, he did with. nnoi rooms and clcrnr stores and not know. Inhad The poster brought them spenk-easle- s Common sense held blm from the to sharp which they searched relief. Lonely, harassed as his natural habitat because he railroad stations; the very fact hungry for some one who would be Old City' Vicissitudes never had known them. The po- that these were denied him sent kind to him, he had stood before St. Augustine, Fla., the oldest lice. In fact were looking for a him into the subway and to a Jer- those tattered circus bills like a n!t-rt ?fofoa hna in TTntf,l u gangster, a pal and conliduntDan-of sey City ferry. And at Jersey be reverent person before an altar. If j where . the moving walked, could and her Hymie Fradke, whose hate of he hear " just only been havi thehands of nemora had caused him to battle crowd took him. At last, balling vol,; if he cm Id once more stand u and single-handebefore the traffic, he saw a suburb beside her. watching the slanting ft s'panishf French British( against the enforceflo ment power of the greatest city In an bus move toward him; Invo- nil" Diiiuft .... . t.,,, the world. They were not looking luntarily he raised his hand In sig her soft hair, to have her talk to for a man who did Innocent things nal. The big vehicle halted, the him, the tones of her as soft as a Great Watershed because he was an Innocent man. door opened, and he was within caress! The protective side of him continental divide The American an aimless jour had cried out against the thought is and whose mounting desire, ever bound anew upon the watershed ridge in the Rocky since he realized that freedom had ney. Others had gotten on with while the heart of him throbbed mountain region, between the been literally thrust upon him, was him; It had given him time to think and pounded for her and demand streams flowing to the Atlantic "All the way," he said to the eu ner. ioit one iiiuiw uuuve uu ine to be clean. j ., flowing ana to the paocean, . ... . . those . . , Jo Barry longed for Just that conductor, and handed him a five world. So, at lost, there had been ,1.1111. Ul ti!LU LilC iitir. ' During his city life his one extrav- dollar bill. He received change a compromise. (TO BS CONTINUED.? agance had been the comparative without counting it There was too Hymie name of a society of anarchists in Spain. Tha Black Hand Rat.' was suppressed in 1833. The name is aisc applied to the maffia, an organisation which terrorized Italy for generations until it was suppressed by the fascists. In this country the words "black hand" are applied to groups of men who secretly organized for vengeance or black mail. -- tj down-tow- Fradke Had Kept His Boast, He Had Beaten Dannemora. Criminal Organization "Black Hand" was the Come to Salt Lake City on This 2 DAY "All Expense' Rate DAY ',i$10 -- All Fo - 1 ra ai""c" SS Afl rd f?fJU v' d i V, J ,ci;t rw,i..,f (One Person $6) accommodations room Including meals, garage, and special entertainment a descrbed below: 1. Front Room with bath One night 2. Full course dinner Either day 3. Breakfast and lunch Either day 4. Car storage One night 8. Two theatre ticket Either day f. Two matinee theatre tickets Either day Good Week days Week end Holidays When possible write for advnnce reservations and mention "All Expense plan. Card will be mailed you. Otherwise request eard when registering. "Cheaper than staying at home HOTEL E. Sutton Gen'l C. W. West Ass't Gen'l Mgr. nr. Salt Lake Citj, Utah At "Culture" There is something much more involved in the word culture than is implied in dictionaries. These imply that culture depends upon a refinement of the mind. Anyone interested in culture, however, sees in it a quality of the spirit as well. Culture is the refinement of mind and spirit which is in some people innate and in others Razors were used in Egypt aa back aa 3500 B. C.