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THE Thursday, December 20, 1915 Jf igy, PAGE THREE NKI'HI, UTAH TIMKS-NKW- Games and Dolls Hold First Spot in """"" OF BETHLEHEM Santa's Toyland ... 1 1"b p- lH! - I , t- " - 1 -- llr; of V-- J - k ... box-offic- The furry waves of drowning a theater in hotels t luxury. . . . bruised with age, where misery goes to find company. . . . Vain Stem thespians- basking In the spot-ligof their bragging tongues. . . . squatting on Weary the masses' throne a subway seat orbs peer at each Their other as if they weren't there. . . . set pulling themThe selves up by their own booty. . . . Salesgals tucking the frayed edges of their patience under a smile and . The pinning it with a dimple. . . rainbow glint of jewelry on a Money Lisa. Her diamonds are campaign A stars for boudoir battles. noon sky twinkling deep, blue-eyewith sunshine, scarcely noticed by mink-coate- d Side-stree- night-worke- iJ r-A- J - rs f " R d well-heele- d f Cls ,vf t . ; d . lunch-hourite- f! , stripping the Big Alley sparkling fig leaves, while the Morning of its sun exposes is nude ugliness. . . Shooting galleries recruiting customers by playing martial music. . . Dusk prowling about the horizon as The Street puts on its mazda apron and goes to work impressing pass mendicants ersby. . . . Professional oi who are skilled window-dresser- s their sympathy display. . . . Five ayem, when Broadway's raucous roar subsides into a comforting purr. . . . The Saturday evening ju bilee spree, when Neon Valley i packed to the brim with humanity attempting to smuggle a littU amusement into their harried lives traffil . . . Midtown's paralytic snailing its way forward. . . . Tin Pan Alley's Jittery tempo striking up an overture for songwriters' ln I i Z, somnia. Midtown Vignette: George Mann reports about the kindly gentleman on a park Dencn, wno was orean-inbread crumbs for the pigeons One pigeon fluttered down on the old man's knee to peck at crumbs that had fallen there. . . . "Do you like these crumbs better than popcorn?" asked the kindly old fellow . . The pigeon cocked his head up at him and then resumed eating. "Well," continued the old man, "here it is nearly December. I suppose you birds will be leaving me soon for the Southland." . . . Again the pigeon looked up said nothing and went on eating. . . . The old and yelled: man got irritated "Whatinell's the matter with you? Are you too good to talk to me?" . . . This time the pigeon didn't even look up but went on eating. . . "How do you like that?" asked the old gentleman, shaking his head. "A deaf and dumb pigeon!" " "psr& Xvfv V" it, In the Metro-pol"Waiter, bring me a skirtch At Enduro: "She ano soda." stays out until the woo hours of At Armando's: tht morning." "They've Just been divorced. She At got custody of his money." the Henry Hudson Terrace: "He's a heeluva guy." ... At Lum Fong's. "She used to be his heartache. Now In the she's Just his earache." Qtriri, p,.h- "M.ivnr I.nrillnrriia will (je tne frst guy (n show business, bout horses not who knows enoKh At the Chato bet on them." teaubriand: "Oh. well, here's mud in your mind " Sounds In the Night: m:4tim ittfiii-irft- ri n (AYItnUktimiMtfUmr lr'n'J :AA C'HK.STMAS . , . "Dear Santa," writes d Marvin Dark, with the aid of his mother, Edna lark. Hut Mar vie will never know Santa's response, for doctors have told his parents that Marvie cannot live until Christmas. TO HAVE AN EARLY pain-wrack- thrre-yrar-ol- MtMl pill t.. jV"" '"y-''- - V '! I RtXXIXd . Dr. Karl Konrit, ncwiy rioctea presmrni oi Switzerland, did not stop runninj when he was rerrnlly rlcrtrd lo IS STILL riflire. - .. 4. , " ' , ' ' The Nation's Christmas Tree was so dedicated on Christmas Day, 1925. The tree, one of the Sequoia gigantea. Is estimated to be 267 feet tall and is located in General Grant National park, 64 miles east of Fresno, Calif. Appropriate and ceremonies are held beneath the tree each year, weather and other conditions permitting. well-attend- : f;'":--- ,, Murals: Placard k tVIXS LAMB AWARD . . . Wayne Dlsrh, 13, Evansvllle, Ind., with his pen of three Southdown lambs that won the Junior championship at Chicago club market fat stock show, held during; the 21th National The average weight of the animals Is 110 pounds. The International, replaced this year by the market fat stork show, will take place In 19IB. A nationwide 1 club program Is directed by federal, state and county extension services. The national committee on boys and girls club work Is privately upportcd by voluntary groups of Interested citiic ns. II con;re. SENSATIONAL FOOTBALLER v. . . . Hawaiian- Herman Wedemryer, born halfback of the St. Mary's Gaels, selected as "the most uxcful player on the Pacific coat." He will with the Mnraga, Calif., team against Oklahoma A A M In the Sugarbowl classic at New Orleans, always receive highest market IPPilW A recent survey reveals he lays in the manger within the cave where Christ was born. Dramatically the procession ap-proaches; heralded by a single horseman, his banner streaming aloft. A corps of native police mounted upon fiery Arabian horses follows, and then another single horseman upon a prancing black steed carrying the cross on high; the patriarch in his cardinal and ermine, mitred bishops, clergy in embroidered vestments and white robed acolytes swinging golden censers precede the Jeweled pavilion of the Holy Child. The procession enters the Church of the Nativity. The public la not permitted to witness the actual placing of the efQgy, as that part of the church built above the Cave of the Nativity is- under the jurisdiction of the Greek Orthodox church. On Christmas Eve, members of all denominations assemble to sing carols above the birthplace of the Holy Child before midnight mass is solemnized in the Church of the Nativity. Thanksgiving Eve, during that heavy rainstorm, cops recorded 41 fights on B'way. Most of them over vho hailed the cab first. . . . Foot-Oa- ll betting with Broadway bookies Bnn totaled more than 12 '"' million dollars In the Metropolitan to the rea. Clen Ryan, mayor. Is starting hii own realty Arm with nothing but millionaires . Eric Johnston's for partners. . Jrst official banning (since becoming movie boss) was Carole Landis sing- Ing a film ditty titled: "I've Got flame Too Hot to Handle." On y . It is expected that repair bills on future cars may be re duced by the use of a number of synthetic rubber parts. Average passenger tire cost per 1000 miles of travel has been reduced from $2.35 to 65c during the last 25 years. It's the air In tire that carries the load and not the tire itself. Too little air pressure may result in fabric breaks or uneven tread wear. 45 years the American automotive Industry has produced 88 million motor vehicles. In - B.EGoodrich 25' 4 ' 1 Xi aw .jwtMAMtsMiBmsasssWOT MtMtr,iy,cfymrwJVMM,miuttinmtimMmii Yule Tree's Start The Christmas tree business In the the pre- United States Is believed to have war favorite that drank from bot started In 1851, when Mark Carr, a tle and had Its diapers changed. woodsman of the Catskllls, sold two can-- t t,, expected until 1048 for V-- J fledge loads of trees In New York. Today, almost every region prorjay came too late to make rubber duces Christmas trees although the ,v8nable for Christmas toys. Don, furnlture such as cradles, largest volume comes from the Far befj, ,nfj high chain will be avail-pla- y West Frequently, buyers of trees In ,bie but In limited quantities. Doll our cities will observe they are carriages are being manufactured tagged with a notice to the effect j,, volume but there will be only that they were harvested according . limited number with metal parU. to good forestry practice. Santa's pack, but Dydee, ltCti r0 BOX PREPARATIONS 5045 mmmmm&mzmmmmmuimmm Calling from all Churches throughout all the lands, with the hymn most often heard. "O Come. All Ye Faithful." esrol linzers have become a most vluj part of every community' Christmas. Without the boys and girls singing in me i nurrnes, in me nomes ana over tne air, mrisimaa would lack the real spirit that It has acquired In this country. Outlook Santa's Toy Stuffed animals will be plentiful In LAXATIVE W WNU Mm'.um. AIRIGHI LIQUID, TABLETS, SALVE, NOSE OR0P5 CAUTION USE ONtY AS DIRECTED 1 ss TOMORROW 666 USE I ?' ' r" JfX COLD - J k vn I, jitxliJK 7 X1 'i V. I V X" V that 84.5 of the nation's post-wtravelers will prefer to use automobiles as their method of transportation. Xtl - III SNAPPY FACTS III GET A : prices. Buy U.S. Savings Bonds! 3 in ively 3 WANTED TO BUY Ship all of your raw furs, rabbit ektns. hides and wool to NORTH WESTERN HIDE AND FUR COMPANY, iU3 South Srd West. Salt Lake City, where you will r n ACCESS. & SALT LAKE DESK EXCHANGE tS West Broadway. Salt Lake City. Utaa. ... an E. 5rth St candy store window: You Hume. "Welcome Tony, Phony!" . . Ttie 9Bc packages of Jap souvenir Invasion money sold at newsstands in Prnn depot. . . . Jimmy's Sawdust Trail where the lover charce Is ton cents. . . . The "No Dogs Allowed" sign outside th Pea Circus on 42nd Street. . . . The tiny restaurant near Toots Shor's an W. 51st Street, which advertises: No Celr bri- "Lunch Uesl ' . . . One ad agency Is so mooty it won't hire any office boy "below the rank of Lieut. Colonel." , AUTOS. TRUCKS All fl aFajtljfur "(D (Borne. .1 ...... V 1 Nation's Christmas Tree Was Dedicated in 1925 ... measured DEPARTMENT ... - Manhattan ' Av-- Sensiequip- CLASSIFIED ut . (. ment is scientifically there. All Bethlehem turns out on December 24 for the arrival of the Patriarch of Jerusalem Cardinal of who each year the Holy Land brings to Bethlehem an ancient effigy of the Infant Jesus, which dicates, but better quality lines of wood and cardboard playthings are assured. Rubber toys are not expected to appear in any volume and plastic items will be limited to the same small quantities as last year due to material shortages. The brightest spot on toyland is the doll parade and the parlor game sector where there are reported to be good supplies of many old favorites like Camelot and Monopoly that children and parents can enjoy together, although cardboard and dye-climitations have made new items scarce. Classic card game favorites like Rook, Pit and Crossword Lexicon have been produced In large volume, as they require a minimum of cardboard. Bonanza, combining the technique of Michigan and Rummy, is another favorite that provides fun for all the family. Escape-typ- e games that are easy to learn predominate. e: ... ... a Dolls are a big favorite . DOLLS TO AID SANTA CLAUS . . . Photo shows left to right, Marilyn MacGregor, Warren, Ohio; Betty Rez-ne- r, Durham, N. C; Frances Tibbctts, Melrose, Mass., and Elizabeth Peterson, Cornwall, Pa., as they sit among some of the 1,000 dolls that will be delivered to social agencies and through them to poor children confined in hospitals. The dolls were provided by students at Wcllesley college, Wcllesley, Mass. tive HOLD CHRISTMAS IN BETHLEHEM ... f :k materials. g Matthew 2:9-1Apparently, even the Wise Men lost sight of the Star temporarily hence they rejoiced when it returned to their vision after they had deBUSINESS & INVEST. OPPOR. nOOKKF.Fl'l ltS OperaU your own "DoU parted from Herod. and Tax ServThe Star of Bethlehem was nei- ice. Full or Bookkeeping time. Details free. ther kindled nor extinguished when E.LL1S, Bex JU,spare Cedar GraT, Na. Carolina, Christ was born in Judea it was written by the prophet, it has vanINSTRUCTION quished every despot from Herod to BARBKKS ARE IN DEMAND Learn Hitler and survived every tyranny aBarbering taught in a few months. business with a big income. permanent and cruelty that evil men could think SALT LAKE 11 A KB tit COLLEGE Edw. 170 F. CUIette, Mir. Recent St. of; and the hearts of men, turning from foul memories and associaMISCELLANEOUS tions, have and shall rejoice in WE BUY AND SELL the eternal light of righteousness Office Furniture. Files. Typewriters. Addand peace. Safes. Cash HeRisters. Machines. ing s DAY OF JUDGMENT FOB ALL . . . The accused at Nuernberg trials are shown in lower left. They include Goering, Hess, Von Ribbentrop, Keitel, Rosenberg, Frank, Frick, Streicher, Funk, Schacht, Doenitz, Raeder, Von Scbirach, Sauckel, JodI, Von Papen, Speer, Von Neurath and Fritsche. Upper photo shows the court officials. Lower right, the entrance is being carefully guarded by American troops. The records contain historical evidence that would ordinarily require years of research to compile. ss sound-resistin- . meo s spiel. . . . aouies u""j'"s A their way through tradic. Rendeza caviar with tag: beanery vous de Leon. . . Film growing tails of waiting patrons blocks long. . . . Shadows scribbling grotesque murals across the street. . Bethlehem. But: According to St. Matthew, when Herod heard that the Wise Men were seeking the Christ Child whose star they had seen in the east, he summoned the chief priests and scribes of the people and demanded of them where it had been predicted that the Christ should be born. "And they said unto him. In Bethlehem of Judea: for thus it U written by the prophet." St. Matthew 2:3. It was written by the prophet and nothing could prevent It. And after the Wise Men had been directed to Bethlehem by Herod: . lo, the star, which they had ". seen in the east, went before them till it came and stood over where the young Child was. "When they saw the star, they rejoiced with exceeding great Joy." The celebration of Day didn't conle soon enm,Kh to put Santa ciaus- toyland schedule lo a peace-bacUme basis Although he will carry more than a $2110,000,000 pack of playthings this Christmas, less than 8 pcr cent of ,he toys under yule-hue- s tide trocs wiI1 be of mttal and most of these will be the simpiest types of stainped-ou- t metal, M be on There g token showing of whecl toys electric mcchnnk,al U)ys o met. trulng u vc q , ,.lnd g ,n. Hot-daw- You wouldn't think of going to one of the world's noisiest citiei to find the quietest spot on earth, would you? But in New York City you'll find a building in which it is really quiet and peaceful. In a corner of the Brooklyn navy yard is an 18 by 30 foot building. Mounted on deep rubber columns, its walls are lined with thin layer of spun-glafibers and other The Wise Men may have been the only ones who actually saw the Star Busy Willi War Work. He Wis Unable to M ike New Metal Toys. The Big City: The iron coughing of trolleys as they rumble fron corner to corner York servicemen (just . . . New from overseas) strolling along Bright Light Lane and warming their spirits over familiar sights, . . . The sunrise festival of vivid celebrating the birth of a new day. . . . Broadway's visual poetrypunctuated by skyscraper exclamaaddicts, tion points. was gulping the delicacy as if it the last h. d. on earth. . . . me , numbing surgery of a comely wait-- ress' sharp glare cutting olt a Ro- Quietest Spot Is Found In Midst of Noisiest City ETERNAL STAR And Your Strength and Energy Is Below Pat T may t ttnimt by cfiniorder of ttM-B- y (unction that prm its pol son oi;s vuM tofeelimiinulita. Forandtruly tniiny tnlMrabl tlrtxi, wnlt popl mxcm whrn tha kldnayt fail to rmo eld and othar irmata mat tar from Um blood. 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