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LEHI FREE PRESS. LEHI. UTAH Something New in the Way of Freighters cotes mw wrriiii lights of New York inn Charles Francis Coe and 1 recalled the old story of the man who decided to take a grandfather's clock to be repaired, lugged It out of the house and stood looking for a taiL He was approached by a drunk who asked solemnly : "Shay, did you ever try a wrist watch?" Then Mr. Coe told me of an Inebriate followed by Leon Errol, who used to trail any Interesting looking licker hound for blocks, because he was studying for the part of a drunk in a Broadway show. The man zigzagged along until he came to one of those mammoth and gilded wooden feet which advertise a foot remedy. The drunk was fascinated by It Finally, he playfully touched with his finger one of the giant wooden toes. "Zish little pig," he recited Joyfully, "went to market" t k' VeV. : k x " n t 1 .:. " 4 "St .t - i Just what the name inches Is the steamship Scatrain, New Vork, as It was christened and launched at Chester. Pa. The vessel will carry loaded freight cars between New York and New Orleans and Havana. It Is the first freight Steamer built In tills country since the war. The Scatrain has four decks, with each accommodating a quarter of a h mile of tracks. A crane transfers the curs from deck tn pier. Transfer of a full cargo takes 20 hours or the titue required to unload an ordinary freighter of the same amount of cargo. " one-sixt- e ; mom Simple Sauces Jt has lieeu well said that hunger Is the best sauce, but any feast is enhanced by a mental sauce which Is who will be re wit. Brillar-Savarimenibered as a great wit and as a on 4 great epicure, paid his respects to the cCr English by saying they were a nation :nfe of a hundred religions but only one Mat sauce. The Frenchman believes in the stf value of good sauces and dresses his H dishes with' appetizing ones. tttjf Our American cooks delight In learnete. ing some of those Gallic creations by is which they may transform plain food tbon; Into something seemingly out of the Ista' ordinary. "The French chef keeps three kinds of roux on hand, ready for sauces. These are brown, a pale cream color and a white. They are flour and but-te- j cooked together in various stages. The white sauce Is only cooked with the butter long enough to mix well, then the stock, milk or whatever liquid Is used is added. With eight ounces of butter and nine 'unees of flour the foundation is prerht pared. For a crenie, or that which we rtm call a white or cream sauce, take two thett of the roux and mix Hai'r tablespoonfuls hist' with a cupful of milk, a tablespoonful Hi each of finely chopped parsley, shallots and chives. Cook fifteen minutes, pass through a colander, add a lump lrea! f, butter, more chopped parsley and salt and pepper. Mix well with a wooden spoon and it is ready for the table. PAS Sauce Piquante. Cut two onions Into slices, one carrot and two shallots, put Into a saucepan with a table ice f SjJOonful of butter. While heating add a ,Sprig of thyme, a tablespoonful of !id parsley minced, a bayleaf and two or tbree cloves. When the onions are a 'D t golden brown add a tablespoonful of iert flour, a little plain stock and a tableand1, spoonful of vinegar. Boil up. pass etrsr through a sieve and season with salt and pepper. iiptr Eagle Drcps "Bombs" to Scare Prey in Hiding ' Cheyenne. Wyo. Tales of an eagle which dropped bombs to scare its prey from bushes were brought to Cheyenne recently by Adolph Hamm, of the Wyoming District Biological survey. The story was related to Hamm by u rancher living south of Bock Springs, who said he saw the "bomber" In action. The eagle, according to the ranch er, first was seen pursuing a sage hen. The hen scurried Into a narrow gulch nnd concealed herself In a clump oi' bushes. The eagle hovered over the gully for a time, then flew to a rocky ladge near the gulch and seized a large stone in Its talons. Carrying the rock, the bird flew over the spot where the hen had disappeared and dropped the "bomb." Wheeling in the air, the eagle swooped over the bushes, evidently expecting the hen to run Into the The hen, however, apparently open. was familiar with such tactics, be- - II t - - Doctors Discover Two Hearts in Man Pittsburgh, Ia. Edward Keyn-old- s of Wilkinsburg on several occasions mystified physicians and surgeons who were treating him for slight ailments when they were unable to locate the most Important organ in his body. Reynolds was given a medical examination at the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing company plant The examining surgeons could not locate his heart beat. They were absolutely sure there must be a heart beat, or else The examining medicos were almost Incredulous when showed two hearts, one on each side. The one on his left was smaller than his right side organ, which had the stronger beat, but a first class, active blood pumper just the same. by Western Newspaper Union. .f Come Home, All Is Forgiven r ' ' ' OK rl 8 f gji'. reLe ' oil' let tor ft ? . X i 6'xKH)oo()yyo)o)x I- How It Started By Jean Newton '9KO0KOOOKH on 'Abingdon Law I trTANu a. 8 u,an nrst an(' try htm would be a first afterwards' f rste Interpretation of the expression l i: Abingdon Law," on expression which we do not encounter so frequently as formerly. iHdoys The phrase "Abingdon Law" Is of I'lish derivation. It Is said to bae i fcen Inspired by the practice of a Certain notorious Major Brown of Abingdon, an officer in the I'arliamen In the English Civil war. was a martinet who Brown Major believed In dispensing summary pun Ishraent to all prisoners of war spies or otherwise. So. his procedure was to have them executed as Immediately after capture as was feasible a custom which won him a rather grue some reputation nnd Introduced Into the English language a new phrase "Abingdon Law." tary army. . 1932. Bell Syndicate. WNC Service. Mul Ditches Car Ohio. Guy llarless Chrlchsville, was driving his car along a road when he struck a mule. The car catapulted mule into a ditch, but the was unhurt some sort of brass Instrument which caught the ff lnt and flickering reflection of the candles, lie took deep breath, but before be could expel It, Jack Donohue's voice was beard from the shadowy dark. Tlay." he said, "something light" It also was that One comedian and wit. Jack Donohue, who watched the efforts of an awkward beginner in a swimming pooL For some moments he regarded him closely. Then he pronounced judgment ."If that guy." he declared, "had a little better stroke, it would be par- End Colds Quick ni victim toootda and they HE maasoeasy lon( ontil ahe suKgcatcd UK oat of Nft tablets. He seldom cauhea ecida oom. Whea be kxa they are quickly broken up-- This corrective sate, dependable. Nature' Itemedy strengthen and regulate bowel action as no otber Uxauve can carries pmaonout waste srbich oak you uscep any tibia la colds, dizzy apcUs, hfarlarhra. feslf oasnesa. Work aiMieetiy.too. tiour Nofripinf . Try a firugzist a. S Qrttotgio-TUFA1 hrrUim. Uuo. alytic." Indian Wampum From a base In mldtown New York, two huge searchlights nightly roam the sky. Sometimes they Illuminate a fiery spike, which Is the top of the Chrysler tower. Sometimes they creep up the front of the Empire State building, until they get even higher than it streaches upward and leave If In shadow, to point a nebulous finger at the moon or stars. Those beams of light are fascinating things to watch. C. .e"SPwrPBaw Ui. iiiiiJLniiri 1J. Bell Syndicate WKU Berries. John Fltzpatrlclc says that was made "of a comparatively rare shell of great beauty, which waa pierced longitudinally and strung upon deerskin thongs. These strings were woven Into bands or belts, and the size of the belt was generally proportioned to what the Indians considered the significance of the occasion." Washington Star. n wain-pu- Try CycB E. Ptektiawrs Vafttablt Cootpouad TELLING HER! imnimiamwiriri i I mi ,i(rt VMTf - Had bad dizzy spells Afraid to leave houte . . ; feared aw- ful diirineti would Dike her keel over. She needs Lydia E. Pinkhim'l Vegetable Compound in tablet form. "A woman has written asking how to remove paint spots." Tell her to wash her face." New Approach to America's Shrine ' Takinf Their Measure "Do those people who moved Into the flat across the hall seem to be desirable neighbors?" asked the man. "No," replied the woman. "I watched everything that came out of the moving van. They haven't a thing that we would care to borrow." of baking powder. Have to Get Up If every pot, kettle or utensil used In the cooking of food is washed as soon as emptied, and while still hot, SW fSk at Mght? . half the labor will be saved. To remove scorch from linens place between two dampened turklsh towels and press with a hot Iron. The scorch stains will go Into the cloth towels and can be easily washed out a l,. : riY ; , ,mri Always keep bottles containing poison under lock and key or label them plainly and keep them out of the dren's reach. ( chil- Deal Promptly witli Bladder Irregularities by the Associated Newspapers) WNU Servlc Are you bothered with bladder irregularities; burning, scanty or too frequent passage and getting up at night? Heed promptly these symptoms. They may warn, of some disordered kidney or bladder con dition. Users everywhere rely 1 non Uoan'jf'uu. Recommended NEEDN'T WORRY fx "De Short says he doesn't go hunting because he might be mistaken for a deer." "Gee, he wouldn't be mistaken for anything bigger than a gnat!" the little g!rL "When did this happen, kid? How did you do It? Steer into her?" "1 didn't do It mister, a car '' SSSS s I tfor 50 years. Sold everywhere. tfMf: C" t A shrine every American visits when he goes to the Nation's Capital Is the tomb of America's Unknown Soldier at Arlington National cemetery. This Is a new view of the tomb with the recently completed approach. Fun for All the Children Edited by DOROTHY r 5 & JZ T Hn EDMONDS paying damages," he f chief of police there. letters around The twenty-onthe border spell the words that make up a saying about bread. To get at this you must begin with one of the letters, which you will have to discover and then read to the right, going around the border twice and skipping every other letter. e came around the corner like this and gee. just like lightning, struck I saw it and came her down. over." "No one will believe that, my boy. Here otlicer!" A policeman passed Just then and the man hailed him. "Trouble over here." to believe it was the truth. "I don I know what will become he said. The policeman looked very grave as he looked at the little of you, my boy," he said. "The litThe little girl tle girl may die and then goodness girl and the boy. knows what will happen." Jimmy's was Just beginning to regain her consciousness, ard stirred, but then mother didn't believe the story. She believed her boy, for she hnd never she lapsed again. "We'll take her to the doctor's, known Jimmy to tell an untruth. and then I'll take this boy along They kept Jimmy locked up, not In jail, but In custody at his fawith me to hold him until we hear more about this." Jimmy could ther's house and there was an air It was of great mystery and sadness hangscarcely believe his ears. lust exactly as the other boys had ing over everythirg for days. The Hp little girl did not seem l recover. said. Jimmy was In a dar.e couldn't believe that they would If only she would. Then about a week later, n turn In the situation not listen to his siory Well, si.re came that was entirely unexpected. ly the little girl's father would A man came Into town and asked he came everything Ves. when to be hown to the police station would be all right. When he was directed, he went But late that night, Jimmy there at once. He was In a large learned that the little girl Hpnar ently didn't have any father. Ills car, and seemed to have an Im mense amount of wealth. own father came Instead and hear "It was my car that riruck a Ing the tale as told by the police man nnd the man who hnd come to little girl here In this town about Jimmy's aid first he too seemed s week ago. I want to see about Diuretic j(Wdneyi A X u Sunshine"" All Winter Long At Detert th said to the "So the kid's story was right then. It was a car that struck her. We have him all but locked up, thinking he did It with his You'll have bicycle. Well, I'll to be locked up now yourself." "It was not I who was driving the car. I was not In It. Had I been I would most certainly have stopped. It was my driver. He was afraid to stop, I guess, anyway the thing has been on his mind for days, and I finally squeezed the truth out of LJm. I want to pay And how did that for everything. boy get Into the story?" The chief of police related the tale then as the boy had first told it how the other boys had gone off and be hadn't wanted to and all the rest. When the man had heard It he brushed a tear awuy from his eyes as he thought of how the boy had suffered Innocently all this Just then word long past week. came in that the little girl was getting along nicely, would not die, would In fact be out and around again In a few days. And the man who came Into town to pay damages paid considerably more t.,an that. He Insisted upon meeting Jimmy, and he Insisted Just as hard upon giving Jimmy a present to reward his unselfishness. Kven Jimmy didn't know what that reward was until after the man had gone and looking In his hand he saw there a little roll of one hundred dollar bills, ten of them. JImtnle's anxiety had certainly been well converted from pain Into happiness, and he was the much envied boy for many months after that. tf 1SJ Western Newnnaper Colon be. beside i f "pVO teaspoonfuls of cream of tar and one scant teaspoonful of saleratus are equal to three teaspoon-ful- (Continued From Last Week.) Synopsis: Jimmy Norton and four friends had returned from a picnic just In time to see a little girl struck by a car. The man did not stop. Jimmy Insisted upon waiting with her until help came. The other boys disappeared, afraid they would be suspected. This was apparently Just what was to happen. Jimmy Is found Pilfe- CO Says: THE BOY WHO WAITED TA DAILY BREAD PUZZLE idlaf I MyKleighbor Cheerio Chapters CP' ina?. cause she did not emerge from the bushes. After a time the eagle, disgusted with the failure of its tactical move, flew on In search of easier prey. When the late Jack Donohue and Earl Benham used to troop with Raymond Uitchcoek, they were playing one night In the Tulsa (Okla.) theater, which oil built, but which was electrically lighted. On this particular occasion, 6ome wires got crossed, or the electrician got double-crosseor something happened at the power house. Anyhow, the performers suddenly were left In darkness. There was no desire to give the customers their money buck, so llitchy announced that while the trouble was being rectified the actors would give an Impromptu performance by the farthest beams candles could be induced to throw. As each one did a song or dance, the others grouped themselves on the stage. Finally Kaymond Uitchcoek announced that he bad a horn in his dressing room, and that he would get it and play a piece on It Sure enough, he stepped into the off stage gloom and In a moment returned with TlLt Retort Foremost of th Welt marvelous climate warm tunny days clear starlit nights dry invigorating air gorgeous mountain splendid roads th Ideal winter home. scenes finest hotels Writ Cree A Chtffy PALM SPRINGS California Talented "Has Doris had a good musical education?" "I'll sny she has. Just tell her the name of a song, and she'll tell yon what's on the other side of the record." American Mutual Magazine. fro 15 V Tr"vii'r" MilSK iii "S UVI StWVt OttSS rwt tr. .f M'J POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE OF ENuirtEERING 13th and Mdion Su Oakland, Calif. COME TO OAKLAND We invite young men to come to this college with assurance of the btit facilities ia the West for Engineering Specialization. Ceil, Electrical, Mining, Mechanical, Aeronautical, Radio, Architectural and Air Conditioning, Refrigerating Engineering. This college maintains contact with leading corporations and engineers who employ our graduates. Many students earn part of expenses while attending. If you want thorough work, you can get It at the Polytechnic College. Known and recognized as Die leading school of its kind ia the West. Students nay enroll at any time. Send for free est, log of information and blank application for enrollment before the tuition is advanced. We have a life membership or an unlimited Scholarship for those who desire that plan. Degrees awarded in all the above courses. Recommended by many high school men. Offers s chance for boys who think they have failed. W. E. Cibsoh, Fret. W. I. Wooo, Rethtrtr Iron-ribbe- W. N. U., Salt Laks City, Ns. 43-19- 32.