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NOT A PAP "FULL-LENGT-H" TRUST MEMBERS HOW ARE FINEL Child Wanted Original of Portrait That Had Boon Made 80 Familiar .to Htr. Forty Defendant! Recently Indicted on Charge of Being Members of An amusing incident la rotated of Wire Trust Plead Gulity. a young service matron who bad relinquished her husband for two years and who, having before his departure insisted on a good photograph, applied Now York Forty defendants re herself assiduously to the upbringing cently indicted in the government'? of her baby with a view prosecution of the alleged wire trust to the child's familiarity with her dis- withdrew their pleas of not guilty tinguished father. Each day she would Tuesday and entered pleas of "nolo call the baby girl to her and, kneeling contendere." United States District beside her, would hold up the photo- AttorneyWIse opposed the acceptance graph, pointing out each feature to of such pleas, but Judge Archbold, the child. who was presiding in the United One day the officer came home, and States District court, accepted it. the baby girl, then four years old, When the pleas had been recorded was summoned. "Come, dear," said and it came to passing sentence, Disthe mother in glee, ."papa has come trict Wise urged that there home at last!" The child surveyed were Attorney nine distinct violations charged the officer In ' perplexity and finally against all of the defendants and that shook her bead. In his opinion instead of the imposi"What is the matter, dear?" aBked tion of a fine of $1,000 against each her mother. "Well," replied the child, of be fined the defendants, they might "he looks something like my papa, but $1,000 apiece, one or each violation. my papa hasn't any legs!" Judge Archbold replied that be could not bring himself to see It that way, DISFIGURED WITH CRUSTS and In the cases of the Rubber Covered Wire asoclatlon members he Im"Some time ago I was taken with posed a fine of H.OoO for the first eczema from the top of my head to violation and $100 for each of the my waist. It began with scales on my other violations. body. I suffered untold itching and The cases of the other defendants burning, and could not sleep. I was who had changed their pleas were takand greatly disfigured with scales en and other fines were Imposed crusts. My ears looked as if they had of up $1,000. Judge Arcbboid explained been most cut off with a razor, and that he bad Imposed these light senmy neck waa perfectly raw. I suffered tences on the distinct uneerstandlug untold agony and pain. I tried two to control prices and efforts all that doctors who said I had eczema in Its fullest stage, and that it could not output would be abandoned. he cured. I then tried other remINSURGENTS DEFEATED. edies to no avail. At last, I tried a set of the genuine CuUcura Remedies, President Taft and His Administrawhich cured me of eczema when all tion Heartily Indorsed by Repubelse had failed, therefore 1 cannot lican Stste Convention. praise theui too highly. Lincoln, Neb. The Nebraska Re"I suffered with eczema about ten months, but am now entirely cured, publican state convention here on and I believe Cuticura Remedies are Tuesday gave President Taft and bis the best akin cure there is." (Signed) administration a strong indorsement Miss Mattle J. Shaffer, R. P. D. 1, Box and effectively blocked all efforts of a small band tof insurgent delegates to I, Miss, Oct 27, 1910. "I bad suffered from eczema about arouse sentiment for Senator Robert four years when bolls began to break M. Lafollette as a presidential candi'Out on different parts of my body. It date. Tbe Insurgents lacked a leader and tarted with a fine red rasn. My r back waa affected first, when It also were outgeneraled by Victor and his delegation from Oma pread over my face. The Itching was almost unbearable at times. I tried ha. Before the insurgents could in different soaps and salves, but nothing trod uce resolutions from the floor tbe teemed to belp me until I began to regulars had rushed through a motion one the Cuticura Soap and Ointment. providing that all resolutions be re One box of them cured me entirely. I ferred to a committee which was glv recommended them to my sister for en power to draw up a final report, er baby who waa troubled with tooth Chairman A. W. Jeffers of Omaha aczema, and they completely cured her then named a committee of seven, of MarberF. Mrs. U baby." (Signed) which five were strong friends of Mr. ter, DrehersvUte, Pa., 8ept , 1910. Taft and of which Mr. Rose water waa t Although Cuticura Soap and made chairman. are sold everywhere, a sample From this point tbe possibilities of sf each, with 82 page book, will be a fight on the floor over the indorse availed free on application to ment of air. Taft went glimmering. 4 Boston. L, Dept. SHIP TO PROTECT AMERICANS. AT THE BOARDING HOUSE. United States Scout Cruiser Chester Arrives at Capo Haytlen and Will Look Out for Our Interests. Cape Haytlen The United States scout cruiser Chester arrived here Tuesday and Is lying In me harbor to protect American interests. General Leconte, who baa been proclaim. . two-year-o- . Rose-wate- Olnt-aaen- "Cutl-nra,- " ed VSR U V FURNITURE AND LOVE commander-in-chie- f by one wing of guarantees to mainTbe situation, however, tbe revolution, sin tain order. remains tense. General Salnave. one of the chiefs supporting the rival revolutionary leader. General Antenor Flrmin, baa a strong army and Is well equipped with arms snd ammunition. When with his tnxtps he left here Monday for Llmbe be explained that be withdrew In oriJer to avoid a conflict. Sal-nav- -- e Who in that man." asked the new s accompanied by General P.!en-ti- e r.aj-tieboarder, "who Is making such a fual a Bab because he has swallowed WENT OVER FALLS IN BARREL. bone?" "That's the sword swallower at tbs Man Successfully Navigates Niagara dime .museum around the corner." Falls in Barrel and Lives to Tell the Story. Rifle for Under Water Use. When be Is working in water InfestKails. N. Y. Hobby I,ech, Niasara monsters 13 ed by ibarls and other years old, of Niagara Fails, OnL, likely to do blra barm, the direr tin afternoon went over the st present lo rely for his safety on tb Tuesday Horseshoe fails in a barrel and sliil a on ue of tbe knife or, falling that, lives. quirk return to the surface. Noa Thouph he was severely bstfered comes tbe Invention of Cpaln Grool In the drop of ftet a German diving Instructor, who bat and bruised brink be over the of the cataract, can be fired constructed a rifle which under water, and Is designed for tb sustained only eujwrficial Injuries an! better arming of the direr. The tnott tonight IsIs able to be about bis house. This tbe scnn4 time ;n the hisremarkable thing about thU Is that It fires, not bullets, but water wblcTi Is tory of the rirer that the calaratt been successfully navigated. Mrs. propelled with such farce that It has h sn extraordinary power of penetration. .Anna Fxlson Tajlor f this city made Indeed, the Inventor himself has the trip In a barrel on October 24, ISO I, and came out alive. pierced armor plate of medium thick-netwith the water Jet from Ms Mexicans Attack Capital. weapon. Tbe rifle bss a stout barrel iH'-so- , Ran Cal.U was learned snd U loaded with a cartridge cased t, cspttal of the Tuesday that at la India robber. southern district of Lower California tbe garrison of 4'M) Melan troops Orsy Matter. "I used lo think I could hire all the rose aaainst Gnral Auut.ln Sanbrains I wanted for $25 a e I," Mr. guine lait Tii'erlf V. attacked the capital b'liidin and wvrindcd the funerPus hern said. al, who I also the Jfe politico of the "Well, couldn't your "Tea. I'.iit It wasn't long before I territory. In the fisbt ten insurrfctos bad to call In a $100,00 lawyer to were killed, several were wune4 and straieb'en out the kinks tbey put Infc the balance acre subjugated. "This Is one of the most beautiful spots I bave ever visited," said Grace, as she rocked idly In ber chair. "Tbe man who conceived the idea of building a hotel hero should have a monument raised to bis memory." Rather say that he should be per mitted to Mve here forever," suggested Smlthson lastly. "Why put him under the sod so quickly?" I meant when he dies, of course," amended Miss Kargreaves. She smiled brightly into tbe other's eyes, and. for tbe hundredth time that afternoon, Smlthson caught himself wondering why he bad never realised before what a charming girl Grace Hargreaves was. He had known ber for years but It was not until they found themselves among the first guests of tbe new hotel In the Restigoughe reitton of New Brunswick that be bad had bis attention particularly drawn to ber. The hotel bad only been open two weeks, and guests were still few. "How did you find the placer be - "Mother wanted a new place." she "Some men who bunted explained. through here last year told her about tbe hotel that was being built and she Insisted upon, coming' "1 am here for old furniture." he volunteered. "There are all aorta of odd pieces to be picked up for a song Their beauty lies In their genu ineness; old bits brought out genera nous ago and used by the present owners who cast longing glances at the painted woods in the shops at . Dalhousle." Grace gave a little scream of de "Do you mean to say that light-there are really places where you can still pick up old furniture?" she asked grsvely. "If I had only known! I snail nave to telegraph for more Old furniture is a passion money. with me. "Suppose we pool Issues?" be sug gested "In that way we shall not bid against each other and raise the prices. I'll buy It all up and when we get back to town In tbe fall we will have a division." Smlthson hired a team for a month and dally tbe three fared forth In search of treasure trove. The otbera at the hotel wondered at the long drives upon which Mrs. Hargreaves and ber daughter went under Smith eon's guidance, but none of tbe furniture they picked up waa brought to tbe hotel and tbe nine day wonder soon dropped. Smlthson picked up some wonderful to bargains and bad tbera al shipped bis town house. Before hi- - vacation time was over he bad aklmmed the cream of tbe colonial collections In a radius but even the anticipation of unpacking his tressures did not console blm for tbe fact that Mrs. Hargreaves bad elected to remain for another month. The long delightful drives behind the fast team bad deepened companionship Into love as he cleaned and polished bis purchases with the painstaking care of a true enthusiast, each piece was reminder of some little happening of the vacation. He did not fully realize this until acme weeks Ister wben al last Mrs. Hargreaves returned to town and Grsce came to claim some of the spoil. "I should like thst old desk." she said, as she pointed to one of the sc- qulslttons. Smltbson's face clouded. ' 1 was hoping tbst you would not wsnt that." be said. ."That is a souvenir of our first drive." "We got a lot of things that first day," she reminded, then blushed as the renumbered thst moment when Hmlthf"n's hand had unconsciously drcrrcd uron ber own ufon tbe desk. It bad ben only an Instant but It had stamped itself Indclibiy upon ber e brain. the ronld not tell blm that thst was why she wanted It herself, and be wondered If thst was also the rea son hy be wished to keen It She pssted 00 to other things but each one bad some association, and his for lorn expression as she made ber choices touched ber. "I really bate to take any of these things swsy," sbe said at last "There are no duplicates and they mske such complete whole thst It would be a hsme to spoil It all by bre.klng tbe collection." "That mlebl be avoided." be nld bitterly. "If I bed given less time to the collection snd more to tbe prompt tags of my heart It Is not selfishness that makes me wsnt to keep these things. It Is bersuse each bss some association with tbal happy time. I look at that tsb!e snd remember our lunch of bresd and milk w made off Its surface. It's the same way with ererytblrg else. Each piece reminds me of you and I am loath to give op even one tiny aourenir of that time." "Is It really necessary to break the set? sbe asked. my affairs." Storm Causes Heavy Loss. "You mean that that you care for be asked. me?" T. Sev Thousand Island Fak, f moortartt to Mother Grace nodded. tttsemne carefully eery bottle of eral lives are believed to bare been t "No one but a stupid man would CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for lot and thousands f dollars worth of to needed ask II that question." lafanr and children, ana see that property destroyed by a terrific wlnd- - bare tlMfi itim etnrm which srtejrt the St. Lawrence abe esld softly, as sbo patted the iesk affectlonstely. Plcnafwre of -river, Tuesday tiieht. We csn mske a very lovely borne la Tp Fer Over 3e Tear. wl?b these snd you. he Picture Operator Figures as Hero. Children Cry fer FleUher'a Caitoria whispered. "And to think that all this iJorer, Coio. Tbe coolness end tiros I tbugbt your Interest waa only flm o hmrrr of a moving The Retort Cowrteouo. love of a collector!" the r t;s-epro Macsger Tm prima doenae wsnt erstor at a downtown "Tbe love for a oliector." she tor 10 many a panic and so mtirt for yeir service. ably as sbe yielded to tbe rectd An4 yow manager Tbe operator srm thatsoftly, In the sadierK-- of Trim TfW!t slipped about ber waist. a waa wast tmr servtcea for burned. song. s LArJZUtJuV. ew.-eibcsrt,-" fj-tu- sed re Inj-ir- 8ALAD3 TO TEMPT MOST THE-JADE- APPETITE. . Now 8erved at' Beginning of Dinner and Voted a Dlgestlvs Second to None Some Brand-NeRecipes. . It ; They are serving salads, with. a dif ference. A salad nowadays la .very frequently .eaten at .the beginning ,of dinner and, voted a. digestive second to none. Of all the fruits, ' pineapple1 ' la of the greatest value" to the dyspeptic and contalna the most delicate 'acid, The following recipe for a plueapple salad' will be found an excellent one, end it laVmoreover, a very pretty dish to servo at the beginning of luncheon or dinner, , Pineapple In Lettuce Nests-' - Cut a pineapple n.o small pieces. Add one cupful of finely chopped celery, one cupful of walnut meats and one cupful of orange' pulp. ' 'Shred one head 01 lettuce very finely and form into nests on Individual plates. . Ml 'one Oupful of mayonnaise and tir it lightly with the pineapple, etc.; add mora .mayonnaise, if the fruit is not sufficiently moist, and heap Into the little lettuce, nests. , Decorate with chopped, walnuts. Salade.'a La 'Versailles. frail six. artichokes separate the "fomls" fromj the' leaves, and tut into small pieces. Put in" a ' salad bowl wUh. Jin. equal have quantity of asparagus. polpistth at ' been cooked: in salted ; water,. (Take a handful of salted. . aim mds,. , chop .them. fine, pound tbera with. ..the' juice of two lemons and half a pint .' of cream, salt and pepper,' and pour over . the salad.' A' little mayonnaise may be-- added to the salad, but it is more delicate ' in flavor without It, .... f .Wrth cold chicken .nothing ls more excellent than . a salad of .carrots, cucumbers and bard boiled' ega,' all cut In ring's 'and sent' to table with this dressing: tWd tablespoonfuls 'of olive oil "with one of lemori juicer with salt. pepper and' tf speck of sugar to taste Mushroom Salad. Remove. t,he skin and almost all ..the jstalk from some button, mushrooms- - drop- - , them 'Into boiling salted water, and cook for ...... . brandied papers between each layer. Lay a fresh geranium leaf on top and seal. . Cherries may be crystallised after given for peaohea, omitting the bleaching, the geranium leaves formula and lemon. With a aupply of crystallized frulta on band, together with a quantity of native nuts, either gathered personally from tha ground whereon they felL or purchased when prices are lowest, the housewife Is ready for any aalad emergency and many and delightful, may be the combination evolved. Good Housekeeping Magazine.- HANDY NOTICE TO WATER USERS. DAINTY AND DELICIOUS Chose firm, perfect white peaehes. peel and weigh. Put In preserving kettle a pound of sugar for each pound of fruit, with Just enough water to dls- solve It. It slowly come to a. boil and slightly, thicken before, putting in. the. fruit. Simmer fruit In the syrup for three hours, then remove." spread on flat dishes and spread in the sun to bleach. Keep the syrup at a gentle boll for about an hour, then put in the fruit and cook until It can be pierced with a straw. Again remove tbe fruit and spread on platters In the sun. Add to the boiling syrup the Julco of one lemon, a bit of mace (If liked) and half a dozen rose geranium leaves. When the syrup has thick ened almost to the candy stage put n the fruit, a few pieces at a time, and simmer until each piece Is permeated with the syrup. Remove to platters, and if any syrup remains cook to the granular stage and pour over the fruit. Let dry in the aun. pack In Jara with . ten-mil- FRUIT Process May Seem Little Tedious, but Result Is Worth the Effort. . suddenly demanded. TO CRYSTALLIZE HOLDER FOR BROOM ...Bute. Englneer'a.. Office, Salt Lake City; Utah, July 11, 1911. Notice Is hereby "given that Paul L. Alflriger, whose post office address is Silver City,, Utah, has made application In accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah. 1907, as amended by the Session Laws h of Utah, 1909,. to appropriate of water (,4) of a cubic-foo- t per second from Little Mud Springs, Juab County, Utah. Said springs are situated at a point which lies 580 feet west and 1,450 feet south of the northeast corner of section 13, township 11 south, range 4 west, Salt Lake base and mertdian. : The water will be diverted ' at the place where It Issues from said spring, and conveyed by means of a pipe line for a distance of 500 feet and ; there used during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, to irrigate 80 acres of land embraced In section 13, township 11 south, range 4 west, Salt Lake base and meridian. As much' of said water as may be necessary will be used during tbe entire year for domestic purposes. This ap plication is designated in the State Engineer's office as No. 2647. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit in duplicate and filed in this office within thirty (30) days after the com pletion of the publication of this In the' Il The broom lustration Is easily made from a small f block of wood about two and Inches wide, and three inches or. four holder-show- one-hal- inches long. A hole is- - bored for the, broom handle. This must, be slight It will ly larger than the handle-s- slip into same easily; the opposite notice. '". . three minutes.',: ,'' Lay them pq a napkin, and wben quite cold sprinkle them with pepper and salt and finely chopped parsley. Lay on a trlsh and pour1 over two ta- blespoonfule of oil to one of Tarragon vinegar. Shrimp- - Salad a La . Bretagne. Shell a quart of boiled shrimps and lay them on young lettuce leaves In a salad bowL Chill some mayonnaise sauce on Ice. pour over the shrimps and serve. 'Tongue . Salad. Mix together .and put In a fine dredger a smalt quan uty eacn or celery, salt, red pepper and black pepper; white sugar, and Take some thin slices of allspice. Russian tongue, squeeze a little lem on Juce over tbe piece and lightly dredge with the above mixture. Shave up some white. onions and and put them In the salad celery hold the for a end baa binge fastening bowl with a few white lettuce hearts er to tbe wall at tbe right height from Add floor. Wben the broom handle is In- era! the tongue next,' then pour sev of oil over the whole serted Into the hole, the weight of the with spoonfuls a of dash .vinegar. Serve at broom presses the brush against the once. ., wall and so holds It securely In position; It Is easily removed by lifting Good Suggestions. ' tbe block so It Is horizontal and slipFor five cents you can get a brush ping tbe broom out ' from the bottom. that will belp wash tbe vegetables for t Homestead.. tbe table, before oooklng. Saves wear and tear on the bands. Cookies. . Ginger For cook some little white Mlx together a half cup of buttef onions variety with the green peas. Fresh and half cup of lard. Dissolve a need no flavor, but their own, of soda In a tablopoonful of peas if not perfectly frtsh tha onions but one of ejip tolling water, stir jl Into them. '. molasses and turn I: over the' butter Improve When putting away your furs and and lard. Add one teaKpoonlul of cin- woolens for the summer, brush tbera namon and ont tablefpoonful of ginand thoroughly air them, then' springer and mix well. Dissolve one cup kle them liberally, with black pepper of brown sugar in a cup of strong boilto preserve from moths. ThoYg is no ing coffee and pour Into the lii.xlure. disagreeable odor and the peiicr a soft Add enough flrmr to make usually on band. cut In the roH rstber thick, uough. desired shape and bnke In a quick Lemonade. over about IS minutes. Three lemons to a quart of water. Six tablespoonfuls of sugar. Pare the Swiss Pudding. yellow peel from the lemons and, unwith of one Stew gooseberries pound less you mean to use the sherbet Imof bread, sugar. Mix onehalf pound leave It out It gives a bitmediately, crumbs with one half pound of finely ter taste to the sugar If left long In chopped shredded suet; two besplntf It Slice and squeeze the lemons If not do wanted tablespoonfuls might upon the sugar, add a very little warich. Add two heaping tablespoonfuls ter, and let them stand 15 minutes. of fine swtar to the crumbs and a Then fill up with water; Ice well, atlr, Put a and pour out. fiavoring of lemon or ginger. In bottom the layer of the mixture Orangeade is made In the same of a well buttered pudding dish, then manner, substituting oranges for a layer of gooseberries, and so on, lmons. the mixture. letting the top layer. be Hake In a moderate oven for an bout Recipes for PisH Sauce. snd serve with a custard sauce. One cup of cream, two tablespoons butter, half a salt spoon salt generous Two Spot Eradicating Items. dash of paprika; one small onion, gratare was and sealing Candle grease ed; one table? poon of parsler. meas two bothersome Items when piotcbes ured alter mincing very fine. Heat of them accidentally fall on cloths or the cream and butter. After It comes comes out by to a boil add tbe other clothing Candle grease ingredients and light scraping with an old knife. thicken with lablepoon of Hour, hich has been subjected to the beat blended 'smooth with either milk of wax and the will, sealing of the oven, water. Let this boil to cook tbe flour come out by 'he same manipulation, and beat in tbe Juice of one lemon except that it might leave a whitish aftet removing It from the blaze. spot which will capitulate to a few Date pt .first publication, July 21, date of completion of publica tion, August ,21. 1911. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. State .Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah. July 11, 1911. Is hereby given that Henry . lbCtce Smith.' whose poBtr office address Is I'ayson, Utah, has made application in accordance with tbe requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1907, as amended by the Session Laws of Utah, 19U9 and 1911. ti appropriate of water per secten (10)' cubic-fee- t ond from Eureka Canyon Wash, Juab County, Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point which lies 1,500 feet, east of the west "quarter corner of section 3, township 11 sooth, range 3 west', Salt Lake base aud meridian, from where It will be conveyed by mejina of a canal for a distance of 2,r00. feet and there used during the period from January 1 to December 31. Inclusive, Of each year, to Irrigate 320- acres of land embraced In section.' 3; towsshlp 11 south, range 3 . west, Salt Lake base and meridian. This, application Is designated in tbe State Engineer's office as No. 3898. All protests : against tbe granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit. In duplicate and filed in tula orflce thirty (30) days after the completion of ' the " publication of this notice. - A New Caws Rule. If yoo wish to bave soft, fluffy, light, and moist caks follow this rule; Nevadd the unbeaten er beat the butter aed creamed tb to yolk after all the oth-t- r sogaf. add tbe whites bnen added. Just irgredienu have mix eell with batto etxurh stirring ter This Is Sgalnst'afl established after-onrn'ea of rake making, hot the doubter Is convinced. er. ylal .. : . CALEB TANNER. State Engineer. Date of first publication, July 2L 1911, date of com pie tii n of publica' tion, August 21, 1911. You May ul Cherry SNortcaM. Fit the cherries, mash slightly and sweeten to taste. Have ready a rich soft biscuit dough, roll out sbout an Inch thick, put in round, well greased pail and bake til a bot oven. Wben 4on- - spilt, butter both halves, and. having placed tbe lower half on a large plate, spread thick with the sherries and cover with the upper jmst. Spread tbe remaining cherries tn top, sprinkle with sugar snd servo it once. TANNER. State Engineer. : . sednctlve turpentine sponging. CALEB 1911, 1 . Easily Made Convenience That .Will Do- - . , Prolong the Life of This mestlc Utensil. ' . one-foirt- Talk to One Man But this an a3verttsernent in paper talk to the whole community, Catch the Idea ? UYour Printing If it is worth I doing at all, it's worth ing well. do- First dasswork at all times is our motto. Let us figure with you on your next job.