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LEHI FREE PRESS, LEHI, UTAH r! French Exposition of Educational Interest peaks of the Alps, where no wheels formidable Purill pass. In the Dima ever before bad turned on steep, snowlay a mountains. trackacross The National Geographic society's the bound trails, yak f less wastes of the IJoM desert and exhibit comprises a wide series of d wild western noteworthy photographs, in sepia enIts famous through I Washingtoc-FcUow- ing cars Use enabled of the the China. Paris largement, constituting a pictorial Colonial exposition of last year of the expedition's t color modern an esposl-including representation to equipment, flocking Is this season short-wavtaken the society's repreradio, cameras, by geogdiscovered process, th recently apparatus and numerous sentative. Dr. Maynard. Owen Will yapby of two continents. Asia and to portray, scientific Instruments liams, who was decorated wlib the Africa. of collect all and are specimens Legion of nnor nion arrival In study f f Americans Tilting France the of wonders It also Includes exhibits of China. this exposito phases numbers In large ex- mother various world exploracontinent. of the ! the Citroen-llaard- t society's lion that of the scientific To face extremes of beat and cold tions, and of its world-widcross the Sahara to first peditions, American The 25 to work. 115 from rero below educational and and 1 ranging heart the fcT motor, first through i length of Africa and that Just re-- above clothing had to be carried exhibit was assembled at the head' turned from making the first wheeled which varied from suits Invented by quarters of the society In Washington, Sir Ernest Shackleton for Antarctic least- upon invitation of M. Andre Citroen, span of Asia, through the work to khaki safari bfouses, shirts patron of the African and Asiatic excontinent. the of giant f fcnown regions ( Americans have a special interest In and pith helmets for protection peditions. n In recognition of the Includes against the blazing desert sun. These t the new exposition because it In in the were hauled explorations and other the equipment made by f a photographic survey from the trailers and there was a kitchen car the National Geographic society reAmerican representative of France I Rational Geographic society which where food could be prepared while cently elected the president of the ex- member on caravan society, was an a motor the move, the Trans-Asihonorary with the an honor accorded fewer than a score so meals might be served ImmediateI edition. ac- of Individuals In the history of the ly for the halts, which were frequentf The spanning of Asia by motor, I Counted the outstanding exploration ly brief In runs that ran as long as society. of 1932. entered areas never before 16 hours a day. Car. t traversed by Europeans, covered main hall of the In the since exposition f traveled Texas Dog Works in not many stretches car In which the I Marco Polo's time, visited places Is the U. S. Civil Service Haardt, was leader, Georges-Mari- e i where wheeled vehicles hitherto were Texas. Although he has fire Willis. It was the riddled when by riding many unknown, and photograpnea on the pay roll, been never of The "Salon placed Chinese of brigands. regions, peoples and natural objectsa Honor" is the here Is one of the a to houn' devoted room the dog faced had before which neer most faithful of the Cnlted States martyr leader of the expedition, M. camera. civil service workers. who. after making the ardunaardt, Exhibits. Interesting I The exposition is housed in the ous 10,000-nill- e Journey without the At three o'clock every morning a bus driver deposits a sack of Wst Palais des Expositions In the loss of a man. himself died of pneuafter mail on the sidewalk of this little Place de l'Europe. It is set up In 15 monia, weakened by exhaustion months of leading his motor caravan Inland town. As the bus driver inns or divisions. One displays a I complete Mongolian yurt. the mobile through untracked areas. leaves, the dog lies down on the Portrayed In diorama a mode of sack and allows no one to approach L elt home of the nomads of the east devised by scenic representation with the the mail ontil the postmaster arimplements Asiatic plateau, are contrasting scenes In the f these wandering people carry from rives several hours later. f place to place, and the richly orna- - Gobi desert and the ascent of the jnented costume of a Mongol princess, costume models of Kirghiz women, various other nomad apparel head- gear, and the exotic Jewelry of the desert tribes. J Archeological collections contain r many objects first shown In Europe; !. bear upon exhibits especially medical the curious and ancient practices of natural and history (Chinese healing; Include plants, Insects, f collections I and animal specimens which add new If data to knowledge of life forms of the continent where mankind orig- f Inated. I , Of great interest is the ethnograph-- J lc salon where is displayed a collec-- J "tion of specimens from Syria, Persia, f Afghanistan, India, Burma, Indo- and Turkestan, j China first V k '1 j By employing motors for the , tint - i i I I " time In spanning Asia, the expedl-"'.tio- n was able to drive Its specially cars through unex-- ' J built tractor-typ- e plored parts of mountain-furrowe- d ! -: passes Afghanistan; Into 14.000-foo- t 2' than many the of Himalayas higher Shows Interesting Object From Asia and Amca. t bandit-Infeste- sound-recordin- e g m mm' mm long-hidde- n e Franco-America- Bullet-Scarre- bullet-scarre- d , now is certainly a great time Right get rid of road worn, tread bare tires and replace them with tough new rubber. Goodyear quality is the highest it has ever been. Goodyear prices are lower than they have been in 30 previous summers. 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Crowell recently found an elk calf : floundering in the waters of the Mad- . ison river. Th? calfs mother, frantic in her desire to save her offspring, was standing on the bank, unable to aid .the helpless youngster. Crowell, who was on motorcycle duty, dismounted from his machine ',when he saw the calf's plight and swam into the Icy waters. He man- aged to save the elk from drowning and took it to shore. As he was lay-Ing the calf down oft the bank, he heard a bellow and snort behind him, ? and turned to see the mother elk com-- ) Ing In his direction In no uncertain . manner. I The mother's anguish had turned to ? rage, and she did not seem to realize ' Crowell had saved her calfs life. 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The pest, known as the Jnpanese beetle, Is being battled by means of traps, At the left are shown some which might be called "execution chambers." of the 60() death chambers in which 200 different kinds of poison are used to determine which is the most fatal to the beetle, at the experimental station at Moorestown, N. J. Miss Gertrude Presscott, at right, Is shown examining one of the traps. insect-invade- r W:1 mm mil ill e Recalling Founding of Indiana Abbey in 1853 The death a short time ago of Schniltt, abbot of St. Meln-rarecalls the foundation of Indiana's Benedictine abbey. Besought by bishop de St. Palais, Abbot Henry IV of Elnsldeln, Switzerland, sent two monks, Ulrich Christen, a Swiss, and Bede O'Connor, a Londoner of Irish descent, to the diocese of which then embraced the whole of Indiana and a third of Illinois. On August 12, 18T)3, these two monks bought Mr. Dennlng's farm of 160 acres for $2,750. This property lay In a romantic region of entrancing forests some five miles south of Ferdinand In the hilly country that skirts the Anderson river In Perry and Spencer counties. It was In the hills I the same historic hills that, alnce the beginning of time, have trailed man and monk to prayer and "I will lift up mine eyes meditation. to the hills whence cometh my help," St. Francis of Bang the psalmist Asslsi was filled with the "desiderium colllum aeternum" when he left the haunts of men to go to the quiet of d, Bandit's Fate Arouses Corsica Case of Last of Robin Hoods Divides Island. Bastia, Corsica. The fate of the picturesque and romantic honor bandits of Corsica is swinging in the bala Crowell fled. ance as a court decision decides the case of the last of the Robin Hoods, TROPHY FOR WOMEN known as Jean Simon Bttori, who ranged the island brush for 27 years .- .i and gave himself up to the authorities in their campaign to cleanse the Island. All of Corsica Is divided over the question, which they claim is one of honor, involving the right of native Corsicans to pursue their feuds and live the free and adventurous life of banditry, according to the code In which personal honor with a dash of kindness and gallantry, flavors their ways. Ettorl clnims he committed only one crime, and that 27 years ago, which was demanded on the honor of his family. Being thus outlawed, Ettorl accepted the life of beautiful and primitive hillsides, and for 27 years he carried on in the true Robin Hood style. Ettorl was unsympathetic to the .3 M,? killers and murderers who rob taverns and poor people indiscriminately to the bad repute of the Island and the Corsican race. It Is claimed that Ettorl's past is not all filled with gallant exchanges of booty from rich to poor, nor are his days and nights Idyls of free and romantic beauty In the flower-scenteheadlands over the Sapphire sea. There Is a little Item of the killing of This Aerol trophy and S.VKK) In Antolne Lcnzl at Pila Canale, when i three distinguished bandits arrived at prize money were put up for the women for his tavern, demanded much wine, at the competition pilots j 3932 National Air races In Cleveland, asked for the bill and paid it with a August 27 to September B. The trophy bullets, killing Lenzl and blinding Casablanca. 1 was won In 1029 customer. Dominique Phoebe of Omlle by I Memphis, There Is a tale of wounded gen Tenn. ; In 1930 by Mrs. ' Gladys O'Donnell of Long Beach, darmes In a scuffle at Saparello when a bandit was being sought who had I Calif., and by Mrs. Maud Tail Morarlty not done his military service, and who d of Springfield, Mass., In 1931. r SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER FOR THESE VALUES! let a gun fall in his fight, and this gun bore the name of Simon EttorL These Incidents must be studied by the court, but there is no doubt that Ettorl has honorably presented him self to the court, and if it decides he has honorably lived, Ettori, the honor bandit, will go free. Cigar Boxes Are Used to Build Model Church model Geneva, N. Y. A three-foo- t of a cathedral tower, made of nothing but cigar boxes, has been constructed by Russell R. Isenhour. Five spires surmount the structure, which is complete with alcoves, porti cos and entrances. The exterior is arrayed in numerous metallic colors, including gold, bronze, aluminum and purple. One of the most remarkable features of the model is its mechanical equip ment The tower contains an old Ger man clock. In a miniature street In front of the building stands a lamp post, surmounted by a little electric clock. As the clock prepares to strike the hour, a tiny mechanical man emerges from the building. He holds an electric light In his hand. Going into the street, he turns about, glances at the face of the clock, and disap pears Into the doorway. s, g Blouse for a Bride hermitage of La Verna. St. Melnrad and the monk Ekkehard, One cotton blouse is the price of St. Gall, sought their peace In the wife in the land of the snows of the Alps. The same call Jlvaros at the Brazilian the hill-hun- bead-huntin- head-water- led Petrarch to his midnight prayers in the moonlit heights of Avignon. Correspondence Indianapolis News. Statues to the Living Statues to the living are almost as rare as the faces of the living on our postage stamps. However, there are a few statues of notables who still live. General Pershing's likeness appears in bronze and there Is a marble bust of Charles O. Dawes at the Capitol. The late Chauncey M. Dcpew saw a statue of himself unveiled. But the latest one Is of CoL Charles A. Lindbergh. Depicting the "Lone In the working clothes he Eagle" wore as a youthful flyer, the bronze figure stands at Lindbergh field, San Diego, Calif., the gift of admiring citizens. ef a g s of the Amazon, according to Dr. Mathew W. Sterling, Just returned from that country. But, he explains, the amorous bridegroom must make, the blouse himself, spinning the cotton and weaving it bo carefully that one item of apparel sometimes requires many months of work. The women wear a blouse and skirt, and the men wear skirts and nothing else, These, also, they weave themselves, and wash once a day. Airplanes Blessed Before starting on their flight to people to carry a party of Reims for the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the discovery of sparkling champagne recently, seven larjse air liners were blessed at Croydon, England, by a representative of the Bishop of Southwark. well-know- n An Eye to that Future Criminal element has no mercy os Knight of the Road What would you do if you had a million dollars? society; but society seems to be a Companion Pd have all park ways heaping coals of fire on the heads of the criminal element. benches upholstered. PrmaraCaaMe Civilization Means Toothache to Eskimo Washington. To the Eskimo clvlll zation means a toothache. White men started dental trouble among the Alas kan natives, the Smithsonian lnstitu tion said recently in a report of stud les by Henry P.. Collins, Jr. Collins examined many Eskimos Natives In remote spots who fed mos lv on fish, seal and birds had good teeth. Put those at Nome and other white settlements were cases for th Collins concluded whlU dentist. man's food was bad for teeth HADK BT TICK MAKEES OF IVOBY BOAP Richer, miickcr euslu 50 more sads lhat'a vhy tlio jNew Oxydoldoea so much) soaks clothesfreshandcleanvvillioutharmtolianda or dainty thin gs. Never halb up, rinses clean, softens water. Great for tlishcs, too nta.u.e.MT.or.