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THE Thursday. December 8. 1932 NEPM. UTAH TIMES-NEW- PAGE EDDIE, THE AD MAN I'mir Into egg wlitti-f- . l.akint; ilixli. I'.uki In uiixlcr-atovi-thirty live to forty minute. ly hcnlt-- MAKES COAL CHANGES liiit-Icre- .l e 11 A MERtHAWTS HEALTH PCHVU FRDM OV6R-WORHIS POCTOR. TOLP HIM MB MUST WAUG QUIET AU0 BEiT, SO HE CUJIT ADVCKTISH-K- i AW0 PRETYV COOkl HIS CTOiJE JAS "THE OUifeYEST PLAee tM I'ATK HUI.U eup duts. stoned aiul cut fine: I maruhiiialluM s, cut tine; cup i$rulmiii crackers, finely crumbled; cuu nut meats, broken; b table-spoo- n t'reitm; 1 tuatipooii vanilla. Crumble iTiicker tin a ml rf.st-rvthree tatiletiNMn of cracker rrumbs for cimtlni; roll. Ccmiliiiie otlier wliti dateH, iiKirblmialli'w rruiuli niu) nut incut a. l'.leii.l with cream, H'lil vanilla ami hlmpe Into a roll. OMCC a towa THREE A process which doe In a few hour what nature has taken millions of year to perform Is itald to liavs been accomplished by a Chicago engineer; who ha succeeded In transforming bituminous coal Into anthracite. He I C. 8. Iomax and a plant with a dally capacity of OtlO tons Is In operation. The coal handled by thl plant has a volatility of 3a per cent, whereas after carbonization It I 12 per cent. Coat with cracker cnnnlis and jdace In refrlKeratur three-fou- r hour to Owl Steals Men's Class set ami chill. Serve In. slice with While Sydney E. Sugden was din milled whipped eream. ing on the veranda of hi home In I'l It ATE 1AI19 Wlmblt'ton, England, an owl attacked lilm. He drove It away, but when IS cutis Krtihsm crackers; H tesHpoon bakin; pow- lie returned later the bird flew at saltVi 1 cup chopped der; IV cups dtes; nut meats; 3 ckks well beaten; t cup his face, clawed him about the eyes and carried away his eyeglasses. brown lUKar. Crumble graham cracker line and mix with halt ami imkliiK powder ERE IT IStm?:WORLD'S BEST and add chopped pitted date and Far CamtlktCaUtBnmchMs nuts. Heat the eK and sugar t'v BRONCHI-LYPTUS for Cough No Nararttla gether and combine the two mixture, No Atoobol No Chloroform. Mad from tba MtMraiyptut, a wonder la mixing thoroughly. Turn Into tlroofhltl TTuubUalToardnrtfaior writ for VHVK ftatupl. xtHoNCiTl - LVrTt'S shallow pan. Hake In modLetiS., 7aO Cr Aw: Los Angeles, Caili. minerate oven twenty to twenty-fivV4MIUION BOTTLES SOLD LAST YEAR utes. Cut In bars wh'le warm. tea-iliu- t d SEE: C ll Ai',RGiJtiL Itiatoly I I I a. r ApprOXI- I H c.-- - a t I , ' A V4 ' "7s. Tf JwTV -- - LT(fym(msfrJ f 1 CHICAGO ,, " Xt :,,vu - V Tk l . Jftl . Afreet miles daily carrrlni 1,000.000 lettera Z3iA -V- MercoIizedVax I Om fewest Hotel vmrUtlmaot msaeM mA 9am ma off until aH uah ma pinpW, llvor Djts. tea mtut tnakima diatppMi, ttkia ia thm soft Yoar ltkO lookai a4 yoontm. MorooUood bmmuXr of your mkut, T brin oul lb via Wa pl Jwf. diwa htdJ! ykr wrlnkiM on om oudm INwilrd ttuolil 4ilTd ia oa toavll atas wttea aaaU. At druc alana. fmmammm TAaMtft the winter Willi swing and season now In the harvest of outs over, the smart hostess Is quick to take advantage of the new dessert recipes featuring walnuts, pecans and other varieties. Easy to prepare, these dishes form a contrast to the standard sweets and contain all of the freshness of the kernels, whose flavor now Is better than at any other time during the year. Three of the new desserts follow: NUT BROWN PUFF V cup sugar; teaspoon nalt: 1H cups scalded milk; 1 egg yolks, beaten; '4 cup soda cracker, crumbled; 4 teacup nut meats, chopped; spoon almond flavoring; teaspoon vanilla; X egg white. Mix crumbled crackers, sugar, salt and cover with scolded milk. Stir Into beaten egg yolks. Add nut meats and flavoring and fold In stiff- - ". . CA Salt Lake City's Skin tamYoung Keeps u lirtd. cJ ( auHctlHu. Th. pUiM-r- 'v t,a I a Nwppr Union. DelectabU Tit-B- it That Ara at tka Command of tka Hoittu Who Plans Wisely. (ljJL.M B reached Uwouh ' b ivd practically Western Dessert Recipes Now in Season Plane, from fefJVtf1CW rT' . rl my cities la 41 Jf Appmimitr A" MmU.fmmmnim service V V V--"- I "T16) AIR MAIL ROUTES V. "V V "T" witrt Wtx VAa Preference Mail and I ravels 7n. lSV-- VKC-m- - 1 1111. -X Wiisii 3BCkLT 200 Rooms joiHitslhlfl Just eefoMM ERNEST w E. Pinkham' Try Lydl Vegetabl Mistol ET UP Compound At Might rV..- sr v "". - If Too PUT "A AaPlane Courtesy United Air Lines.) By ELMO SCOTT WATSON Pictures, PARAPHRASE such as this of a famous poem : " 'Twos the night before Christmas and all through the house Not a creature was stirring, Djt even a mouse; But tip In the sky over all of the land Boared airplanes anj pilots, a new Santa Claus - IP band- might be aptly used to describe the situation of air mall and sir express this Christmas. Truly, airplane pilots will be roaring through the skies carrying Christmas gifts and greetings from one end of the United States to the other. And quite fitting it is, too, that gifts should ar rive la this manner, for Isn't It true that those reindeer steeds of Santa's always had a propensity for air travel? Always the pictures we have seen of them show them coming down the ky about to settle on the snowy roofs of houses below them. But now, instead of Dasher and Dancer, Pran-ce- r and Vixen, Donder and Blltzen, the six fast animals who for so long have pulled Santa's sleigh loaded with gifts to our chimney tops, it Is Pratt and Whitney, Curtlss and Fokker, Boeing and Corsair, airplanes and engines, that toom through the skies carrying the great load of Christmas mail. And that rotund figure with white beard and Jolly face who dressed In a bright red costume trimmed with Arctic fur has been supplanted by a different breed of man, one who Is leaner of figure and sterner of face. He is no less Jolly by nature, perhaps, but he Is serious with the new intelligence of air navigation. He and his fellow pilots are men who have been selected to fly the mall because of their superior qualities as nviators. d faith which the public has The tn the accuracy and speed of air mail dispatch Is more than usually evident at Christmas time. Beginning about the first f December air line employees start preparation for the rush of air mall and express that will begin about that time and by three days before Christmas will have reached an almost cyclonic pitch. As the Influx of mail Increases extra planes and pilots will be called into service and In some Instances It will be necessary to cancel passenger reserva Hons so that the space a passenger would occupy In a ship can be utilized for carrying more well-place- mall. It Is a common sight around an airport at Christmas time to see people who have delayed their Christmas mailing until the very last min ute come hurrying In their cars, on foot and on street cars to get their packages In a plane which will get them to their destination in time. Practically all types of merchandise is accepted by air lines for transport and a variety of gifts find their way Into the cockpit Chinese fisherman who lived on the coast of Alaska last year sent a 40 pound Alaska salmon to his sportsman friend In New York for whom he worked during the fishing season A of Mistfcl as a guide, lth such a tremendously rapid medium of transportation as the airplane that accomplishment fell into the realms of the com monplace. No more precautions were taken for ride across preparing that fish for a 2,500-milthe continent than would be taken by. a confectioner preparing an icing to be delivered to a suburban customer 20 miles away. The fish was packed In a bit of dry Ice, placed In the compartment of an airplane and about 48 hours later was served In the course of a Christmas dinner for a group of New Yorkers. A young woman living In Los Angeles sent as a Christmas gift to a friend living on the snow-sweprairies of Illinois a bouquet of orchids. Santa Claus with his very swift reindeer couldn't have done much better in delivering a perishable gift such a long distance. Many shipments of toys, such as little sets of tin soldiers, dolls and mechanical gadgets form a part of the cargo of a mall plane. An ex quisite, beautifully set pearl bracelet, whose value was almost that of the ship which carried it, was once part of the cargo in a shipment of air express. What about the mall pilots on Christmas day? Do they share In the festivities or is it Just another work day for them? In the isolated districts In the Far West and Northwest It Is customary for the people to come from miles around and gather at the airport to scs the ship come In, Just as it used to be customary In small communities to go down to the depot and see the train come in. At many airports on Christmas day the at tendants there prepare a Christmas dinner for the incoming pilot who will descend from a bit terly cold sky, throw off his flying suit and Join with ravenous appetite in as fes tive a Christmas dinner as will be served in the land. The story of the development of the air mall service In this country is an interesting one. On the tenth anniversary of its establishment, Harry S. New, then United States postmaster-genera- l, prepared an article on the early development of the service from which the following excerpts are taken: "It was May 15, 1918, that the department over which I now preside took the Initiative and with planes and pilots borrowed from the War department essayed a regular service by air between Washington and New York. "On that eventful day the stage was set, and rightfully so, as In celebration of a major event The President of the United States and other high officials were present to witness the inauguration of the first air mail route. They were kept waiting a quarter of an hour when It was discovered that the plane, ready to start other wise, was without gas. This Inauspicious begin ning was by no means redeemed when the in experienced pilot landed near Waldorf, Md., to discover that he had been traveling almost In the opposite direction from Philadelphia, which had been his goal. "Subsequent efforts at flying the mail proved more efficient however, and, three months later, the Post Office department took over operation of the route, furnishing Its own equipment and personnel. Before the end of a year It had been e fur-line- d demonstrated that, with the solving of various problems, flights on regular schedule and In Legend of "Lost Tribe all kinds of weather could be made with a cred The century which saw the itable degree of performance. great discoveries of Columbus and "It was exactly one year following the Inaug those who followed him witnessed New route that Jews with almost every expedition uration of the service was begun between Cleveland and Chi of exploration, for no navigacago, designed as the first leg of a prospective tor sailing to unexplored regions transcontinental system. The second leg, New thought himself safe without his York to Cleveland, was established less than two Jewish Interpreter. The unknown months later July 1, 1019. It was September 8, world was then held to be as1020, before landing fields had been laid out and inhabited by descendants of suredly other necessary work completed to permit of the Ten Tribes, and who so able to operation from one coast to the other. rue transcontinental operation was not a converse with them as their through service. Planes flew In the daytime car rying only such mall as could be advanced in Tribute to Handel's Genius delivery or speeded on Its way at a saving of Handel's "Messiah" created a senfrom 12 to 24 hours. It was called an "advanc sation at its first performance in ing" service. It resulted In clipping something London, and when the chorus struck like 24 hours from the best possible transcon up, "For the Lord God omnipotent tinental train time of 87 hours. "In August 1023, the first continuous flights reigneth," the audience stood and from coast to coast were made. As they blazed remained standing till the chorus ended, this rising to the feet whenthe way for a new world's record in aviation, ever that part of the music Is perthe pilots were guided by the newly Installed land lighthouses. For 4 days and 4 nights a formed becoming thereafter an English custom. Detroit News. gallant group of air pioneers spanned the con tinent with air mail 4 times In each direction. At th end of the 4 days they quit with a record Prized Decoration of 100 per cent perfect The Chechoslovakian Order of the "The next Important steps in the progress and Lion was founded In 1920 and is awarded only to foreigners who growth of the air mail came with the Inaugura tion of the contract service and the rellqulsh- - have merited recognition from the ment by the government to private Initiative of Chechoslovakian republic In the field the operation of the transcontinental route. of civil activities. It was be"The first of the contract routes was placed stowed upon Edward A. Filene fol In operation February 15, 1026, between Detroit lowing the translation Into Czech of and Cleveland and Detroit and Chicago. Other his book, "Successful Living In This contracts were awarded from time to time and Machine Age." the service expanded rapidly, many of the con World-Famou- s tract routes operating as feeders to the trans Hymn o continental and the overnight New The famous medieval Latin hymn, lines. the "Stabat Mater," on the crucifix route between Chi "The government-operateion Is believed to have been written cago and San Francisco went into private operaby Jacopone, a Franciscan monk, tion July 1, 1027, followed two months later by in the Thirteenth century. Among service between New York and the double-dallthe many settings of. the poem by eminent composers are those of Chicago." Josquln des Pres. Palestina, Haydn, Rossini, Verdi and route went InSince that government-operate- d to private operation many more advances in air Dvorak. mall transportation have been made. No longer Central Wheat Market Is the danger Imminent of a pilot landing some The reason for the Importance of place only to discover that he has been flying Liverpool as a leading wheat mar for hours in the opposite direction from his ket is the fact that Great Britain Is destination, as happened on that first air mall one of the principal Industrial na- flight in 1018. tions of the world and consequent- Now, besides the magnetic compass, the ly needs a great supply of wheat to compass, and numerous other naviga tlonal aids, the pilot is aided by the use of the feed her population, since practically no foodstuff of this kind Is directional radio beam. Stations which trans mit this beam are located along the flight route grown In Great Britain. and each station emits a radio beam towards Relaxation in Fishing the other so that the two beams converge and The best to be had from fishing Is form a direct line for the airplane in flight not the number of fish on the string. to follow. The beam, of course, Is not visible It's the relaxation, the escape from to the human eye but a receiving apparatus In the tension of a the cockpit of the airplane Is sensiUve to the ase; a rest period In an Intense daily beam and Indicates by a radio dash-do- t system whether the ship Is on its course, or of! Its conflict It's the communion with course, either to the left or the right nature, of which every man, poor or rich, has need. Exchange. ($ by Western Newspaper Union.) York-Chicag- d y Per-gole- sl, earth-inducto- hifrh-pressu- "Worn-Oat- to go " . Couldn't star Another date broken on her feet a minute longer I Lydia E. 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The blended light of many million stars In the Milky Way may be seen, but not the Individual points of light. one-hal- Preaa Agent Defoe, author of "Robinson Cru soe," who died more than 200 years ago, had the press-agen- t spirit wor thy of any modern, as witness the story of his being called in to boom the sales of a book titled "Consolations Against the Fears of Death." Defoe wrote up a story of a depart ed spirit coming back to earth to recommend out of her sure knowledge of the subject the truth and verity of the book and the book Detroit sold. News. Firat Railroad Whittle On July 17, 1832, the first train Numismatic Prize n A coin issued over 200 years ago was run on the Leicester and was found on a farm near Grimsby, railway, and the manage Ont. The coin was believed to have ment, realizing that there was no been Issued In 1066, at a time when warning other than the old coach small British coins were scarce and horn available, ordered a Leicester merchants were permitted to Issue musical Instrument maker to make their own coins. On one side of the a steam trumpet to be worked from piece was the inscription : "John the boiler. He improvised a whistle Burgess, coal man In Mllford Lane, and the design has been changed 1G00." very little since then. Swan-ningto- Old American Publication As founded by Franklin in 172S the periodical now known as the Saturday Evening Post was entitled the Pennsylvania Gazette. The name was changed In 1821 to avoid confusion, because at that time there were six other papers In Philadelphia using the word gazette In their title. Costly Soil Eroaion The division of soil erosion of the Agricultural department snys that approximately 21 times as much plant food Is washed away by ero sion yearly as taken out of the soil by plants, and furthermore, this plant food canont be put back, since it has been washed completely off the soIL Nature' Protection bird The small known as the brown creeper presents an outstanding example of Its brown protective coloration. back, marked with broal stripes of dull gray, can scarcely be distinguished from the bark of the oak elm or chestnut trees which it fre quents. Arctic Foxea Store Food All summer blue Arctic foxes are busy catching lemmings, small e rodents that constitute their principal food supply. Much of their catch Is stored underground for use In the winter time when hunting is not so good. As the frost never wholly leaves the ground In the vicinity of their burrows, the meat thus stored will keep mouse-lik- Pelican in History Not only is the pelican celebrated In limerick; It Is mentioned with reverence In the early writings of the church. The fable of the adult pelican striking Its breast to feed Its young Is known In many countries. The pelican Is the emblematic bird of the state of Louisiana and adorns the state flag and seal. g Girl Martyr' "Jewelry" The jewelry Joan of Arc wore when she "embraced the saints' were small cheap rins. Her parents and one of her brothers had given them to her. Three crosses and the words "Jesus Maria" were on one of the rings, both of which .Tonn regarded as very precious. Proposed World Language Volapuk was a proposed universal language and was Invented about 1S70 by Johann Martin Srhleyer of The name Constance, Germany. means "world speech." Volapuk was received with great favor Immediately after the scheme was published, but later declined. Old Diaeaae The disease known as pellagra was discussed nnder this name In Italy In the Eighteenth century and has rapidly Increased. It is common in northern Italy, southorn Trance, In Spain nnd in countries farther east in southern Europe.