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Thursday, November 19, 1931 THE Tl.MKS NEWS. NEI'III. ITAII Women of Poland Are Prepared for Next War ONLY ONE OF THEM HAS RIGHT TO SMILE 3iMTO&;' PAGE THREE POULTRY EJKTS- ' "v -- si fr'W 1 , . mm- - m -'- MrLM V- It's hard to tell whether the turkey is showing fright, or whether that funny look is an attempted emulation of the broad smile his capturer is ing. Hut if it is a smile it won't last Jong Thanksgiving day is at hand- -- 88 Day's True Spirit Not Ourselves Alone, Is Thanksgiving Motto. Grow fat along with me The best is yet to be, The last of life for which the first was made; The ax is in his hand, Assassination's planned. Stand pat, get fat, nor be afraid! Poor vaunt of life, indeed. Were Turk but made to feed On corn alone; to seek, to find and feast, VThen feasting ends, to howl Is this the end of fowl? bird? No doubt Irks care the crop-ful- l we'll soon be fleeced Rejoice we are allowed To grow and yet be proud To grace the festal board, be stuffed to burst, Be turned upon the spit Till we have browned a bit, Then eaten up with one fell 6WOop, that's worst. So take and cat thy Turk, Save carcass that may lurk Amid the gravy's lure; pick clean the hones. Next day, pray eat us cold, Then hash us in a mold. Soup comes at last, thanks be, to bush our moans! With Many Apologies to Browning. Like the turkey and the epicureans, we are prone to eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we may die. Jle must have a particular day appointed in which to give thanks lest we forget. We take so much for granted, accept all the good things of life without stopping to count our many blessings, or to name them one by one, as we were admonished in Sunday school so long ago. We enjoy years and years of health, forgetting what a wonderful gift It Is until Illness lays us low. We accept our friends who strew our path with roses and cheer our way with kindness until one is gone, and we realize how much we might have been to him. We think we love our children, but when they have all left the uest, how gladly would we have them back that we might show them how much more we could prove our love. The editor of the Outlook, some years ago, expressed the true spirit of Thanksgiving so effectively that I quote him verbatim: "If the end of society Is to produce the largest number of free human spirits, of generous human hearts, of strong human hands, of pure human homes, of noble human lives; if the liberation of serfs, the setting free of those In bondage, the care and reverence for the man as a man, the open door to the boy and girl whose feet are eager to climb, the breathing of the breath of life through a stagnant world, means progress toward the ultimate goal, then let us reverently thank God that we were born in an age and in a country in which It Is our supreme good fortune not to be ministered unto but to minister." "If we are to return thanks," he goes on to say, "not for ourselves alone, but for all men ; not for work done, but for noble chances to work; not for a finished civilization, but for the greater civilization that may be developed; not for a tw choice spirits, but for the for all men to lift them-selve- s Into the light; not for things which makes for our own comfort, but for the things which make for the healing of the world; not for the life that has been lived, but for the boundless life that Is to be, then let us thank God that he has given us not things but chance of growth; not comfort but opportunity of service; not ease of spirit the toils of the unselfish life." Indianapolis News. T il9M qoing, anyway" 4k X ' Rays Needed by the Flock. e iili'in'e Ims lui-iiliniit tlx valuo of w -- modern Mis reeds no tmie out for the time of month. If you've ever taken Haver Aspirin for a headache, you know how soon the jiain subsides. It is just us cllective in the relief of those pains I'ecul'ur to wumcul intt-- r Ktiiisiiiiii In priidiiilloli that It ciuiuot In- - lnortMl by poultry ruls-m- s uliu want to get prtitltiihlt re- - Don't dedicate certain lnys of every month to Biilleruif;. It's It's unnecessary. Aspirin v ill always enable you to carry on in comfort. Take enough to assure jour complete romfort. If it is genuine asnirin it cannot possibly liurt you. liayer Aspirin does not depress the heart. It does not upset the stomach. It does nothing Lui stop the pain. Headaches rome at inconvenient times. So do coKls. Hut a little Hayer Aspirin will always save the day. A throat so sore you can hardly swallow is made comfortable with one fiood gurgle made from these tablets. Neuralfjia. Neuritis, ltheamatism. Tains that once kept MlIlS. I( litis ticcn kIkiwii that ultra viiv lot ray art' u iiowcrful factor In ':, t Incrcasiii)' f- - production, Imtcli-abilitand fertility, ns well un in liinliitainiiif; licalthful coinlitlonit. ritia-violc- t rays promote bone and body growth, and building vitamin I. Inning the winter months, ' when poultry Ih confiiifd, ordinary ;ggfcv glass and soiled cloth curtains bar am JL them out und Home meiinx must be to make them available. Some of the hundreds of feminine residents of Warsaw marching In a propaganda parade staged by employed You need good housing and good military organizations of boys, girls, men and women of Poland. The women are shown wearing gas masks, In best results. the use of which they are being instructed with a view toward the next war when gas will be used more pro- management to get Published data by such representafusely than In the last. tive bodies as Wisconsin experif. ment station, University of Arkansas; Ohio experiment station and others have shown the effect of people home are forgotten half an -violet hour after taking a few of these rays during the winter remarkable tablets. So are the little months. ICecords ut egg laying connagging aches that bring fatigue and tests (notably the Vlneland "nerves" by day, or a sleepless night. contest) also Kive practical value of Genuine Bayer Aspirin tablets cost proof of the ultra-viole- t so very little after all, that it doesn't rnys. pay to experiment with imitations! Poultry needs winter sunshine. radiaLayers must get ultra-viole- t tion or Its equivalent. This Is also II Mfr lfJWnfa!W-true of chicks. The wise poultry . Poor "Sport" raiser will make sure his house Is Poor sportsmen would welcome an properly constructed this winter ingenious invention to uid in catchand nxt spring. Ohio Farmer. ing fish. A Genoese fisherman fitted a light, and some clockwork to a Size of Eggs Can Be number of lines. When the fish tugs HANFORD'S Influenced by Feeding at the line the light begins to flash Is wind breed and the clockworks Influenced to size starts by Egg ing and also by feeding. It is as in the line. When the fisherman gets natural for some hens to lay large to it all he has to do Is remove the eggs as it for some cows to give II sh and rchult the hook to start the a heavy flow of milk. It Is Im- process over again. The original Inportant to select eggs of the desired vention utilized 20 lines. 1 Launching of the Indianapolis, $12,000,000 cruiser, at Camden, N. J. 2 Marble memorial to the World size when saving for Incubation, befewest Hotel i war dead from the District of Columbia, in Washington, which was dedicated by President Hoover on Armicause the size of egg laid, to some Noiielets 3 George McGill, junior United States senator from Kansas, and his bride, who was Mrs. extent, is Inherited by the offspring. stice day. "Isn't your new overcoat rather Virginia Parker, a musician formerly of Oklahoma City. However, It is possible to Influence loud?" the size of eijgs to a considerable "Not when I put my muffler on." extent through proper feeding and UPSET THE G. O. P. a proper supply of minerals necessary for ei;g shell. A ration of grain alone or even For Stomachs i2.ia wBAWFM firv rr with milk will probably not give TEMPORARILY Is as size so far best results egg concerned. A balanced ration car--rying not less than 3 per cent of should never Occnlnaf constipation bone meal and possibly t or 2 per t tilth liwlf.t-htxit at bo allowed to oore with a cup or two of (iarficid Tea. cent calcium carbonate In some A Rood old fiuhloned, tried and natthe bowels ural remedy. It flushes form, like crushed limestone or stimulates sfuftitUh liverofandan renews active the cheery Recommended is considered desirable for best jtood health stomach. by many ifVvy bt et 8o iiuhIi ' - WINTER SUNSHINE GOOD FOR POULTRY Ultra-Viol- 1 66 jSt f? i- 4. Scenes and Persons in the Current News " Ni w A r'Ml k r 'I ?W ultra- V II III! li -- - Balsam of Myrrh Salt Lake City's 1 His Pecans Interested Garner -:4 Out of Order HOTEL TEMPLE SQUARE cal-clt- results. Aa years of splendid, ascertain good for children it Is for growo-up- a Get It at your druggist's ' eggs. Peat Moss Best Litter fi Michael J. Peat moss has been growing In favor rapidly as a litter for poultry, both in the brooder and the laying house. In brooders It Is good for five or six weeks, and It will last considerably longer in the layThe comfort of the ing houses. birds Is greatly Increased by Its use. In preparing Asiatic breeds for the show room peat moss as a floor covering prevents toe and shank feather from becoming soiled After being used for and broken. the poultry It Is a good mulch. ' Makes Her Hens Pay Hart, who was elected to congress from the Eighth district of Michigan, and who Is the first Democrat to be elected to congress from that district In thirty-tw- o years. His election assured the Democrats of a majority in the house of representatives. RICHEST HEIR TO WED X 'V- - . It cost Mrs. Arthur Carls, Morgan county, Illinois, ten cents a dozen to produce eggs in lOIiO. Mrs. with the UniverCarls sity of Illinois In keeping records. The number of hens averagej 403.4 of and she produced an ave-ag- e 150.2 eggs a hen. The eggs were valued at $1,033.73. Gross returns from the flock were $1,231.f0. Mrs. Carls received $517.50 In labor Income, an average of 78 reuts for Congressman John N. Garner of Uvalde, Texas, may be the political each hour she devoted to her poulman of the hour to Washington and the rest of the country but he was Farmer. Just too busy with his pecan crop to discuss his probable election as try. Capper's of the national house of speaker representatives when correspondents POULTRY FACTS called to interview him after the recent elections that gave control of the house to the Democrats. Oat hulls are not harmful to chicks If ground fine enough. . Digging a Ship Canal With Speed GARFIELD TEA A talurufXmadivc0rink Slavic Greeting; The Slovak words "Zdar Hoh" are a greeting and mean "Hail to God." Similar expressions occur In most Slavic languages. Record Triumphal Arch The Arc de Triomphe in I'aris is the largest triumphal arch In the world. This arch is 147 feet high and 149 feet wide. China's History Oldest China is the oldest country in the world with a continuous history, the earliest records going hack about 5,KX) years. "Bill of Right.' The first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States are known as the bill of rights. Summing It Up What man can judge his neighbor aright, save he whose love makes him refuse to judge him? Joy's Good Purpose Joy Is the holy fire that keeps our purpose warm and our intelligence aglow. Helen Keller. Safety First Magistrate Witness says you neito combat poultry lice Is to dip the entire flock on a warm ther slowed down nor tried to avoid day In a solution of one ounce of he pedestrian. Motorist I took all precautions. sodium fluoride to each gallon of blew my horn and cursed him. water. A good way 1 200 Rooms 200 Tile Baths Radio connection in every room. RATES FROM $1.50 Juit oppoiitt Mormon Tabernacle ERNEST C. ROSSITER, Mgr. Sunshine" All Winter Long At th Foremost Desert Resort of the West marvelous climate warm sunny clear starlit nights dry invigorating days air splendid roads gorgeous mountain the ideal winter home. scenes finest hotels Wrltm Cree A Chmrtoy PALM SPRINGS California Salt Lake City Directory CRISMON & NICHOLS ASSAYERS AND CHEMISTS 1 S. West and Laboratory Ttmple1666.St., Salt Lake City, Utah. P. O. liox Mnlllne envelopes and price furnished on request. Office 229-23- Used Pipe, Fittings & Valvea Newly threaded and coupled for ali purposes. Monsey Iron and Metal Co. - Salt Lake City, Utah. 700 So. Srd West Picture Operators Wanted Learn Western Eleo. and R. G. A. Free practical traininK if you qualify. Operators Assa., Motion 103 N. Rowan Ave.. Los Angeles. Calif. for revolutionary Operators tills locality Photo-Electric Reequipment. Salary $50. search Lab. Corp., Powers Bldic.. N. Y. O. W. N. U.f Salt Lake City, No. Man Is not so particular about his contests have been Before Dinner held In Canada for over ten years, summer clothes, whether they are The IJoy I want to get on your during which time the average egg cool or not, but he Insists on warmth mother's good side. production has Increased 54 eggs in his winter ones. The Girl Now, don't praise the per beD, It Is declared. A messenger boy would be a novelpie. Mother's next door neighbor made it and they're on the outs. Culling a flock Is one of the Im- ty In moving pictures. portant things which Is most commonly neglected. There Is also a neglect to procure and keep pure bred chickens. Vermin are comJleallh Suffers When Kidneys monly found In poultry houses. Lto Act High t Among the Incurable poultry disa nagging eases are chronic coccidlosis, tuberpromptly MEED irwith bluddcr culosis, bacillary white diarrhea, regularities and a tired, nervous, fowl cholera, fowl typhoid and depressed feeling. They may warn blackhead. Serious cases of chicken of certain disordered kidney or bladder conditions. pox and roup might also be Included. Users everywhere rely on Doan's Pills. The sale of millions of boxes The poultryman's biggest asset annually attests to Doan's popuright now Is the flock of new pullets larity. Your dealer has Doan's. that are being developed for next A Diuretic winter's laying flock, and whatfor ever he can do to protect that flock the Kidneys so these birds will continue to lay, to him. , is worth real money 47-19- 31. Egg-layin- g Prince Azam Jah, son and heir of Sir Osman All Kabn, nizam of Hyderabad and probably the wealthiest man In the world, will be married In December to Princess Dura! Shehvar, beautiful daughter of Abdul Madjid, former caliph who was exiled by Mustapha Kernal. At the lame time Azam's brother, Prince Moazzam Jah, will wed a cousin of Princess Dural. Silenca I Golden Many friends have been retained by not saying the things we could iave raid. Xmerlcan Magazine. Tired, Nervous and Depressed iot View of the monster hydraulic dredge being used to cut the ship and power canal between Lakes St. Louis and St Francis on the St. Lawrence river In order to get around the rapids 'there. The huge dredge cuts irough 200 feet of earth dally and will soon complete the canal which will be 300 feet wide and 27 feet deep. The canal Is part of the. St, Lawrence waterway.