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THEJORDANJOURNAL.MIDVALE.UTAH ~~ ; WORK TAlKS AT ·AllEGES ERRORS UTAH ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~m~~ Salt Lake-The Citizens' Military Training camp finally disbanded at Fort Douglas last Sunday mornmg when the student soldiers turned in their bedding and uniforms, resumed their civilian clothing and departed for their respective homes. For the last time they were assembled In com· pany formation and marched to the finance office, where their traveling aJlowances were given them. They were then handed individual certificates as to the military efficiency they had attained and released from further military control. Logan-Approxim ately $2000 will be awarded for the best exhibits at the Cacht\ county annual fair, which will be held this year on September 22-23 and 24. Helper-Helper city has applied to the state engineer for the use of 2.4 second-feet of water which it proposes to develop at springs tributary to Spring creek, of which it already has the water rights. The city plans to install a ten-inch pipe line nineteen miles long to serve its population. MRS. FULLER MADE STRONG .F~RBES ~PPEAl IDAHO CITY IS PAID VISIT BY HIGH OFFICIALS OF BOTH. STATE AND NATION Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta• CONSOLIDATIO N, ABOLITION OF LABOR BOARD UP FOR CONSIDERATIO N FORMER BUREAU DIRECTOR AND CONTRACTOR WILL TRY FOR A NEW HEARING ble Compound Helped where Other Medicines Failed rc Walpole, N. H.-"1 have used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and find it has improved my health wonderThousands Jam Streets as Celebration fully. For month• of Great Dam Is Carried Out; and montla I was not regular am.d had Work is Now in Full terrible pains. They Progress used to affect my side so I could not work. I read of Washington-A bitter battle over Chicago-Appea ls In behalf of being helped others , American Falls, ldaho-AmeTican Charles R. Forbes, former director or highly controversial p-hases of four Vegetable the by Falls came into Its own on Monday, the .veterans' bureau, and J. W. Compound, so I railroad legislation at the next ses· July thirteenth. Before 7 a. m. the it might thought contrac· Louis St. wealthy Thompson, sion of Congress Is predicted by Sen- ~-.;......;;-..;;;..;;--..;;_. help me. I am very • city was jammed and a holiday spirit conof tor, convicted last February ator James E. Watson, of Indiana, much better now,strong enough to dG prevailed. Streets were gaily decor- spiracy to defra:.l the government comchairman of the senate interstate my own housework, and have two dear little the ated, bands blared and through hospital contracts, h~ve been babies to care for besides. I tried other munity entered on the festivities filed in the federal court o! appeals commerce comn:ittee. medicines before taking the Vegetable marking the greatest day in its hissen· Compound, but I was never treated for bring will which questions The thousand ten contains plea The tory. Men prominent in the affairs ators from various sections Into con· my troubles. I speak highly of the pages and if! the longest in printed Vegetable Compound to my fr1ends and of the nation and state brushed tllct are: the history of the court here. recommend it to any woman for runshoulders with the sturdy farmers of 1. Compulsory railroad consolida· down and nervous condition. "-Mrs. T. proceed· Ninety·five errors in the southeastern Idaho, who came to twn. H. FULLER, Walpole, New Hampshire. take part in an event which means so ings and findings of tht; original trial labor railway the of Abolltion 2. Over 200, 000 women have so far replied much to the agricultural interests of court are enumerated. our question, "Have you received to board. Grave substantial and prejudicial the state. Pocatello featured promin· benefit from taking Lydia E. Pinkham's clause guarantee the of Repeal 3. ently in the event, its traffic officers errors in the trial are held by the dei Vegetable Compound?" of the transportation act. parolled the streets, its bands fur- fendanls to have brought about the 98 out of every l000f the replies say, 4. Repeal of the long and short "Yes" and because the Vegetable Comnished music and the great part of its conviction. haul. pound has been he}ping other women it I:! Forbes and Thompson are free on Salt Lake-A coal field 25,000 acres citizenry was present. AND INTERESTING SESSION IS HELD KILLED ARE PERSONS FOUR help you. For sale by druggists should While Mr. Watson said extensive in extent and carrying at expert esIntelligent conservation of the bonds pending decision on the apAT SALT LAKE CITY; NEEDS MINNEAP· AT INJURED EIGHT everywhere. hearings on these question in ~om timates more than two billion tons o.t natlon's resources, with particular peal . They were sentenced to two OF WEST ARE DISCUSSED PAVILION MUNICIPAL OLIS mittee and debate on the senate and world's the be to said bituminous fuel, reference to human beings and soil years in the penitentiary and :llned tloors would be Inevitable, he house Persian Carpets largest single, continuous body of fortility, was urged here by Secretary $10,0W. ot any on action real little expected Persian carpets eYidl'ntly are hecom· coal, will be opened up by the exten· Work in an address that formed a The appeal probably will be hear!! Wind, Rain ancl Hail Visits Minnesota Dr. Wldtsoe, R. E. Shepherd and them. He added that they woul!l ing r•opulnr; in this country, near!' sion of rail facilities to Queatchuppah feature of a celebration at the com- In October. Others Discuss Subject From All come up Immediately after the tax $~0.000 worth being shipped i1ere to In Several Districts and Much canyon, Sevier county, according to mencement of construction on the Neither Forbes nor Thompson Welcomed Angles; Governor bill is disposed of. Damage is Result; One -1 recent month. Judge Henry C. Lund, son of the late American Falls reservoir. was required to appear in court. State To Visitors • Missing Still Girl consolithe on attitude Watson's the of Lund H. President Anthon The defense petition aleges that The interior secretary defined the If one ".iust naturally dislikes" dation quest!Qn, he indicated, would Mormon church, whose children own administration's concept to conser· Important evidence bearing upon one, It Is to he feared not mucb ~orne decision the be governed largely by or hold option or federal lease upon vation as "use without waste of our Forbes' general conduct on the vet· (lone for lt. be <'fill c.'>mmiscommerce Salt Lake City.-Urging that the of the interstate the entire area. Minneapolis-\V ind, rain and hall natural resources, and their intelli· erans' bureau, and his relations with case. federal government should Increase sion in the Nickel Plate merger Salt Lake-On man was killed and gent distribution as to time." He de· , ether contractors, had been excluded took a heavy toll July eighth in sevthan diminish its irrigation ex- He regards it as a tr.:,t case that may rather three were injured when a hu~e clared the most presHing study of the ' by the trial judge, while prejudicial eral districts o! Minnesota, including Dr. John A. Widtsoe, ror· lead to other voluntary mergers and Pinditures: three-tone city street department government, in which the country'11 1 evidence of inadequate foundation the Twin Cineo. mer president of the University or obviate the necessity for legislation truck plunged off the road and greatest minds could be enlisted, is had been admitted on the govern· In Minneapolis, four persons were Utah and the Utah Agricultural col· on the subject. ment's side. The petitiOn charges the down a twenty- foot embankment this larger idea of conservation. In any, event, Watson said he was Secretary Work began his address trial court erred and prejudiced the kllled, eighteen were injured, and lege and a member of the United into the stream in City and inclined to favor immediate comnot ad· commission tera fact·finding in States missing reported was Creek canyon at the entrance to by directing the attention of his au· defense case in permitting the govern- one consolidation, and prefers pulsory the of session opening the dressed Pleasan valley, about two miles from dience to the point that America's ment to introduce the nam<J ut 1\lrs. rific wind and rain storm which struck situation simmer a while the let to era of exploitaticn of naturat re- 1 Carolyne Votaw, s1ster of President the south portion of the city American Society of Civil ~ngineers the mouth. longer and give the roads time to of wreckage represent- at the Hotel Utah. govern- Harrling, and later denying delense A trail Salt Lake-With the axceptlon of sources '~as at an end and Senator Dr. \VIdtsoe, who divided his theme efl'ect voluntary mergers. fac- attorneys tne pr vilege of comme~tmg ing more than $100,000 property dampeaches, every crop in Utah will show mental economy , a conservation into the prehistoric, the pre-pioneer Cummins, of Iowa, former chairman or introducing rebuttal testimony re· age was left here. an increase over last year, according ~or, was an index of this. Conservathe modern periods of Irrigation, of the committee, is expected to press and Streets were flooded and for sev· between Mrs. to the monthly report issued b~ Frank tion of time, and the federal and cit· gardiug conversationrelative traced its development since the days his merger bill, however. to Mor· "sounds the key- Votaw and Forbes eral hours uuring the evtning were when prehistoric men built the canals Andrews, agricultural statistician or izens' income, he said F.epeal of the guaranteed return note in the utilization of our remain- timer's character. the United Sto.tte biological survey. blocked by hundreds of uprooted trees. in Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Colo- cl::.::se, demanded by Narious farm remarks prejudicial improper "Two • ing natural resources." The Lake Harriet municipal pavil· rado and California, of which nothing groups, be unquestionably will Cedar City-The Escalante desert atwere jury" the of presence the in longer no "Conservation should is a veritable meadow this year, the mean locking up these resources by tributed to Federal Judge George A. ion, one of the most popular of the now remains except remnants. tJ.u pressed, Watson said. If the merger recent rains having caused the veg· nonuse,'' the interior secretary as· Carpenter, who tried the case. The city's playgn nds, collapsed on fifty recalled the building of the first can· question can ~e satisfactorily settled. als under Spanish rule in 1796, bY Watson said be expected to see the etation to grow rapidly. Not for "but to encourage their wise indictments on which the convictions persons, killing Mrs. Emma Miller, 35 serted, twenty years has the desert been so use. were secured were returned by a years old, ant\ her 3-year-old daughter, Lieutenant Alberto de Cordoba, near g•Jarantee question disappear. • prolific in vegetati<Ul. The sheepmen special federal grand jury in June, injuring six others. Later police were the present site of Santa Cruz, In The advocates of the Howell-Barkadpeen has growth economic Our California, and the construction of the ley bill having virtually abandoned are jubliant, as th1s desert is the1r evio! study inJe:1sire an after 1!124, vanced only by tb.e liberal and incormed th&.t Lois Halgren, 11, ot modern canals under Brigham Young regular winter range section. dence presenteJ. in the senate comthe sectwn of the measure which proThe Wonder Sole for Wearoften reckless utilization of natural Mrs. with gone had Minn, Watertown, told He 1847. of pioneers the by veterans' the of '~ied for the receivership of the rail· Price-Price is to be host to some resources. Its future expansion will mittee's investigation wee,. fwlc:e aalang ae best leetherf Miller til the lake and had not been how large capital first became inter- way following a strike, Watson said 500 coal operators August 26 to 28, depend upon a more thorough and in· bureau in the summer of 1923. -and for a Better Heel ested in irrigation and how, in 1902 he anticipated action on a measure seen since. inclusive, the occasion being the an· telllgent conversion of our remaining ••u.S." SPRING-STEP Heele Among the several smaller oulld· congress passed the famous reclama- to abolish the railway labor board and nual cOilvention of the Rocky Moun- natural wealth to industrial neces· Jardine Urges Reduction United States Rubber Company the drug tion act. He recounted the vast ex- some other method of mediation be· The tain Coal Mining institution. Ames, Iowa-Reduction of taxes on lugs destroyed by wind was sities. Nothing can justify reckless event was awarded to Price last year use of our people's inheritance from farm property and of railroad frmgnt store near Lake Harriet, operated by penditures of money srnce the pass- tween railroads and their employees at the time of the convention at nature or other encroachments upon rates were favored by Secretary Wil· Charles R. Feister, 47. Although he age of that act and deplored the pres- set up in its ste;td. Denver. :::.ecretary John R. Sharp was the capital of our future generations. liam M. Jardine of the department of escaped injury when the building ent movement to curtail irrigation Senator liooding, of Idaho, will unnamed chairman ot a committee on While the federal government Is rap· agriculture in an address here. lie crashed, he collapsed outside and died on the plea that It cost more than the doubtedly press for action on the long Spoken arrangements for their reception and idly reducing its indebtedness, cities, spoke at Iowa State college. "To re- of heart disease a few minutes later. results warranted, because, he said, and short haul bill, Watson added. tho all to contrary was movement tha4 the words that wlll say "Darling, enertainment while the visitors are counties and states are mortgaging store the purchasing· power of the Wil· was killed person fourth The p:..st. the for the rest of my of happy 1ne Jxperiences make here. Embezzler Fails to Get Killed themselves for the next generation to farmer,' he said, It is highly essen· lard J. Ford, 30, who was hurled fi!ty west the In projects irrigation lite." "Few Park City-Consolidat ion of the pay," tial that we give attention to the mat· feet from Ule cab of a traveling Quitman, Ga.-After trying in Sav"All right-stay single." a:-e completed," the speaker said, "to Park City Mining & Smelting comNew York, Toronto, Vanannah, America's rapidly growing popula· ter of taxes, freight rates and other crane. possibilities." and meet pr se!lt needs pany's holdings with those of the tion must be provided for in advance,J items ~hat enter the debit side or the couver, Portland, Ore., and San Franf'ontentnwnt is a pearl of prl~e. He- strongly urged that the first con· Park-Utah Mining company tor oper- the secretary said in recalling that farmer s ledger. "accidentally killed," Train get of to cisco Possession Take tioboes TJ of the federal government should ation by the Park-Utah Consolidate!! 38,000,000 acres more will be needed of the be the e:-.~ension of the irrigation sys- M. M. Mickel is back tn Quitman, oc· e Colo-Twenty-on Lamar, completed, Mines company has been cupyh- g; a cell in the Brooks county for crops in 1955, with no increase In Conflicting Decrees Cause Kidnap-ping forty tramps who took possession of tems rather than their curtailm.en t. thus covering a large part of the ar· New York.-Five-year -old Roscoe a westbound Santa Fe freight train .)Bil, ch<trged with embezzlement of Imports to feed the normal increased Gm·ernor George H. Dern welcom· rangements leading up to a merging H. Canaday, Jr., the subject of con- at Syracuse, Kan., and made gcod $10,000 wt:ile office manager of the >pulation. ed the visitors to the. state. of these mines with the Ontario and and York New of decrees fiicting Western Reserve Cotton Mill com· their getaway from the heat and Turning to federal reclamation, the Following Dr. Widtsoe's address, a the Daly estates, which will put under for kirlnapped been has courts, Texas Mickel says he wanted to have ~'any. cap- general discussion ot irrigation was one management 4306 acres lying con- interior secretary declared that it the !'econd ,time In two months. His wheat fields of that state were other people have; high· things the gun battle. opened, with papers read by Samuel tiguously m the heart of the Park cannot be regarded as "of local ini· father, a wealthy suit and dress man· tured here after a running The remaining nineteen tled in var· For~ier of the United States depart- powered automobiles, elegant gowns City district extending from Brlgilton portance only." Antonio San ious directions over the prairie with ment of agriculture; A. P. Davis, past and jewelry ·for his wife, and be able ''Whether this semiarid region sha11 ufacturer, who went to in Big Cottonwood canyon to Keetley months ago and brought hts son buzzing president of the American Society of to spend money freely. At the start In Heber valley, distance of nine continue to support itself, our western home and who was indicted in Texas the shots of a citizens' posse over their heads. According to the Civil Engineers; F. H. Newell, con· he expected, by so1ne lucky turn, to coast, and load their ships outbound, miles. Mrs. that believes kidnapping, for train crew, the tramps, most of whofn suiting engineer, of Washington, D. repay the money. But finally when he sparsely settled range Cedar City-Bids are being called or revert to mother boy's the Canaday, C. Virginia were armed boarded the train at Syr· C.; C. E. Grunsky, P!'.St president of realized this would be lnipossible, ht~ the Middle for t h e proposed concrete road conditions, to be fed by kidnaPsecond the for responsible is acuse and ordered full speed ahead. the national organization, and F. A. left Quitman, terror-stricken, pursued question through Cedar Main street. It is ex· West,' he termed "a national The trainmen were forced to comply, Banks, of the United States reclama· by the ever-present dread of discovcon· ing. The ,:,U gauge is on your car be~ pected that the work will begin early and an outstanding feature of ery, capture and punishment. with cause automobile manufacturers know not until the conductor had tlon service. but be must country the as servation, in August, and at the same time the about $600 in his possession. Tremors Again Visit Montana that lubrication is one of the most im~ thrown a note from the train ad· in R. E. Shepherd of Jerome, Idaho, business firms on Main street will made to understand it, to be secure portant factors in motor servke. rumb· earth Mont.-Mother of Helena, Beavers dressed to Undersheriff supreme among then spoke on "The Financing of Irlay concrete from the curb to the its 'position as Watch your oil gauge. See llow fast western throughout inwardly led Lamar asking for help. At Lamar rigation Development by Private Cap. Infantile Paralysis Hits California nations." oil you are using thina out- after the road which will run in the center. Montana last Friday night, shaking Beavers was ready. I;Ie had gathered Callf.-The prevalence 3 or 4 hundred miles. Then try Sacramento, was subject this of discussion A !tal." for· Logan.-Florenc e Jacobsen, more than a dozen cities and towns. and armed a posse of citizens. When English Language Is Favored led by John E. Field of Denve~· and spread of infant!le paralySIS In ~ Oil and see the difference. prize second won city, this of merly Helena, Butte, Great Jt'alls, Manhattan, the train slowed down Beavers and then This oil gauge test alone will show and Louis C. Hill of Los Angeles, Cal. Califor!lia is recognizwd as a situation Manila-Retenti on of the English Three Forks, Trident, Willow Creek, tor the most beautiful hair in a recent and put the hoboes boarded men his the marked supremacy of you the by attention lmmediat'l for calling contest conducted In San Francisco, language in the public schools of the Bozeman and Livingston were among to rout. Senate Predicts Big Tax Cut ,.• ~Oil. state board of health. Circulars callaccording to word which reached here Phillippines is recommended by the the cities reporting definite quakes. Washlngton.-A tax reduction of at Ing for assistance have been mailed MonaMDtu 0.!1 @mp!!!! recently. Miss Jacobson's tresses American commission that made an Only minor damage wa:s· reported in and possibly $350,· to all physicians. A total of 175 cases San Francisco, Cal. $300,000,006 least Loa Angeles, Cal, Moffat Tunnel Cost High won second place among the 5000 exhaustive survey of the school sys- any section. been has 000,000 by the next congress Denver, Colo.-construct lon of the predicted by Chairman Smoot of the of :nfantile paralysis throughout the girls who entered the contest. She tem. Proposals had been made at Mofl'at railroad tunnel under the Con· senate finance committee. He based state have been reported since Jan· was awarded a prize of $50, besides various times for the adoption of one France Ratifies Treaty tinental divide through James pealt, his estimates on the indicated sur- uary 1, as compared with thirty cases a number of articles of merchandise. Philippine dialect as the national Paris-The French senate has rat· but the commission's report of here, will exceed in cost by plus as shown by treasury figures. In the first six months of last ye:rr. Salt Lake City.-Sixteen manly language, ified without discussion the two ·wash· west and says a large 1\gure the original estimate The cut in surtaxes he predicted Write or call for an appointment to chesfs bulged with honest "and quiver· declares this Impractical ington arms conference treaties perWalnut Crop Larger jury degrand a county a makes expense, of language English the that the have your photograph made from cent per 20 to of be would taining to (;hfna. The chamber ing pride at Fort Douglas as a group Wal· issued. just California report a in Angeles-The country. clared Los unified more In but cent, present rate of 40 per deputies has ratified them. of lovely young girls, a maid for a advance of a clE.ar Indication of what nut Growers' association has an· 122Y, So. Main St. man, with winning smiles and little Salt Lake City Quezon Is Again Leader Germany Signa Arms Agr~ment would be done witn miscellaneous nounced that crop estimates gathered I ...,_______...;;____~::;~ words of congratulation, pinned med· Thousands Left Homeless by Typhoon 1925 by It indicate l11at the Cal•!ornia Manila-Manuel Quezon, Flllvlno Geneva-A representative of the taxes he would not estimate the cut ala upon them. It was a gala event, Manila-More than 200 person~ unshelled ! and the fellow students of the lucky leader, was selected to succeed him- have been made homeless by a ty. German government has signed the In normal income taxes. Should it be production of merchantable or 37 increase an show Special catalogue on sixteen of the citizens' military train- self as president ot the Philippine phoon which WTecked hundreds of convention to limit traffic In arms, decided to utilize all the present walnuts will est!· 1 Universal Milking Machine• is It ing camp envied them the pinning as senate at a caucus of nacionallsta and small houses In Camarlnes province. formulated by the recent arms con· sources of revenue l':'lls!ng Mr. Smoot per cent over last year. will be 29,· 1 Dairy Milk Coolers much as the actual medals, which consolidado party senators held here. On the strength of reports received terence here. Germany had previous· looked for a normal tax reduction mated that the production 21,405 with com~ared as tons, 295 will tell you how. be will here the Red Cross sent assistance ly signed the protocol against the use ~reater than would · be possible it were awarded for the highest indlvud- A caucus of house members Dairy Supply Shellenbereer. A. H. 1924. in tons held soon. some of the sources were eliminated. of poison gas in warfare. to the stricken area. ual proficiency. 779 South M.U., Salt Lake City. Utah Price-A tentative date of August J. J. Hill's Son Sued By Woman Furniture Makers Fined Big Sum Quakes Terrify Western Japan Legislators Visit Islands Broken Main Menaces Buildings 8 has been selected by the Price Billings, :Mont.-~ralter Hill, mil· Chicago, lll.- One hundred and London.-All of western Japan was Manila, P. I.-Widespread discus· New York-An und~rground river Retain the Charm chamber of Commerce for· a celebra· the ex- shaken by an earthq:Jake which rum· lionalre son of the late James J. Hill, tion at Scofield, near which construe· suddenly came into existence In the eigh!y-two furniture manufacturers sion rent the city followin~~; Of Girl/:ood tion is already wei! under way for the heart of Manhattan last week, serf· pl~aded guilty to violation of the po'se that Jt'1lipino politicians heading bled through Nogoya and centered tn empire builder, waa made defendant Sweet Skin Clear A $750,000 dam, when local people will ously affected subway traffic and Sherman antitrust law and were fined the Independence move are paying the Hida mountains, according to a tin a $200,000 alienation suit in the dis. . Times Tokio dispatch. The dispatch trlct court here by Frank M. Gottloeb, get acquainted with the Importance threatened topple to bul.ldlngs. In amounts totaling 186,000. '!hose th e h ot e1 bill s of a par t y OL• A mer1can C!Imanufacturers were guilty pleading Will Help You of the project. 'I a rancher and canner living near Big Water from a broken twenty-inch household furniture and case goods. congressmen who arrived here last said terrified inh'l.bitants rushed Salt Lake-A net Increase in tlX· that charges Gottloeb Mont. Timber, night the 11pent and houses their from main at Forty-second street and Fifth Manufacturers of chairs and refrlg- week. Thirty-one statesmen and sec· penditures by Salt Lake county or av- wear a pleaded guilty previously, retaries are In the group, which in the open. Many fissures in the • Hill stole the affections of his wife, &...AlJiEs-Even women who •·never proxlmately '$30,000 during the 11.rst avenue 11.ooded three tubes at the erators tbat carment a CORSE·TWIN. want ·onet" brought the reached Manila aboard the army earth were noted, but no casualties said to be a woman ot striking beauty, eplacee cora@t and braaslere. 3 sales d&UJ' hal( of 1926 as compared with the Grand Central railroad terminal for a The fines imposed )•ou $46 1'.-ly. Ju"r the thlnl' 't\'omen are transport Chaumont. Most of them were reported. Nogoya Ia a city ly· In the latter part of 1921, and that thll pay oo~lnK tor. ~el~• ltl'llelt. No exverlene• neca.correapondlng verlod of 1924, ia shown distance of half a a:nle, In some total amount stnce ~.he government divorce a In resulted alienation If and Osaka and •ry, \Vf. ttteC"h you_ Flfth Av•nue CorMt tur· were In Honolulu 4urlnc the na.al lng between Tokio by the semiannual report of Jame• H. plaeea the water reached a depth of 1tarted its innstlratton of the ' .............. ., .,.., rtfl'l'lk T-1. .,..,.,:"'A" 192ll. 27, ll'ebruary on Gottloeb cranted populated. thlekly there. maD.eunna ( •u~.ooo. to Industry lalture feet 1b: auditor. county 8ulllvan, . ' Senator Gooding of Idaho Will Press For Action on Long and Short Haul Bill, Says Senator Watson Ninety-Five Errors in the First Proceedings Are Enumerated In • Appeal Ju11t Filed in Federal Court at Chicago · ENGINEERS TAlK BUilDING f~llS ON IRRIGATION AT PARK RESORT If You're I Hard On Shol.~ Try USK IDE. SOLE S t . WhvN is it tlwre? MonaM to[ Oila & Greases WILCOX STUDIO I SAVE, Sfart Now! I I Cuticura ..