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LEHI FREE PRESS, LEHI, UTAH Doctors Cre Creosote For Dangerous Cosgb For many yean our best doctors hj (raeribed ereoaots in tome form for eocgha, eold and bronchitis, knowing bow dangerous it is to let ihetn bant; on. Creonuilsion with creosoto and aix tW hijhly important medicinal .els noata, quick! jr and eflectirelf step all coughs and colda that otherwise night aoadt srrious trouble. Oeornulsion ia powerful in the treat-neof all colda and coughs no matter bow long standing, yet it ia absolutely tWmless and is ileosant and easy to take. Your ova druggist guarantees Cr cornulwca by refunding your money if you ara not reliered after taking Creomul-maas directed. Beware the cough or eold that lungs on. Always keep ou hand for instant use. (adv.-at Creo-tjnilsi) Trail for "Hikers" As conceived by ita proponents and already partly realized, the Appala chlaa trail la a footpath for biker la the Appalachian mountains, ex tending from Maine to Georgia, a dls tance of some 1.300 miles. To the end of 1929 approximately MO mllea of this trail have been constructed, for the most part ia New England. New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The trail shuns automobile roads and lowlands, the purpose be ing to provide access to mountains and wild country of the eastern high la ads for tramping, camping and out door recreation. Its route Is the crest line of the Appalachian system, pro riding a skyline trail over mountain summits wherever the outlooks warrant and the ground permits the climb. Tired.. Nervous Wife Wins Back Pepl raw nerves HER I 'Jk 1L' soothed. She banished that ful color restful nights, active days all became (he rid her system of bowel clogging waste that tapping her vitality. NR f (Nature's Remedy) the mild, safe, all. worked the transformation. laxative vegetable biliousness, Try it for constipation, snel la. dusy colda. See bow re. freahed you feet At all druggists' ab-le-U bead-crie- a. 2S cents. New Technique Used in Gotham Gang Killings Murders Worrying New York Authorities. "Bag -- New York. An epidemic of bag" murders, the latest refinement of organised gang cruelty. Is Laying out some mental work of a heavyweight order for the best minds o a half dozen police departments of tbe metro polltan district Eight such killings have occurred recently. While the police, with their stock explanation, have had the ready answer of "racketeers' war" for them all, evidence is not lacking that other motives have entered Into the cycle. At least two of them are believed to have been due to revenge for previous murders one for a crime dating back more than 17 months. Similarly, while the police were Inclined at first to cmllt each of the murders to members of the same gang owing to the similarity of methods- -It Is now believed that three and possibly four different gangs are Involved. Sams Expertness Shown. Each of them, however, show the same dexterity and brutality In their handiwork. In each case the body of the victim, more or less mutilated. Is found tightly trussed usually with endless colls of clothesline doubled In a burlap bag, either In an abandoned automobile or by some remote road side. In one mysterious Instance two bodies were found crammed together in the rumble seat of a roadster left standing by the curb of an uptown Manhattan street. In another case the slayers, loath to waste their time In hiding the grewsome evidence of their job, sim ply drove up to the curb, rolled the sacked body to the pavement, and drove calmly away, leaving awed passershy to wonder what the bag might contain. Incidentally, police are convinced that It Is the pride of the "execution squads" specializing In this modernized type of murder to bind their vie tlms In such a manner that they will strangle themselves to death In their struggles to free themselves of their bonds. TUlYlb Tolerant Mrs. Bildoe Those people In the next yurd aren't lu our set. 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Insist oa COLD MEDAL. 85c & 75c FREE A generous sample, free, if you print your name and address across this advertisement and mail to Department "A", care of GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL COMPANY 320 36rh Street, Brooklyn, New York "Why did you pick out such a pret- ty cookr ' Hi "My husband Is away a great deal, police protec- and I wanted to have tion." had Scarpato never been PLACING THE BLAME - arrested, but after the killing of "Joe the Boss." s he walked Into Brooklyn police i bead-quarter- and declared: "They're going to get me for this killing. They think that I put 'Joe I wish you'd the Boss' on the spot. take my fingerprints so that my body will be Identified." Another of the recent "bag murder" victims was believed by the police to have been slain In revenge for his supposed connection with the gang warfare outbreak culminating In the massacre of three "kingpins" of the Pittsnurgh alcohol racket. He was trailed to Brooklyn, dispatched In the usual way and his sacked body tumbled out of the door of a moving automobile In a Brooklyn street. Berlin's One Penthouse Is Atop Kaiser's Palac; Berlin. Berlin's one and only pent house Is on the roof of the former kaiser's palace on Unter den Linden. Since 30 years ago. It has been occu pled by the former court mason. Otto Schosenfeldpr. and his wife. While his Imperial master was forced to flee the country and evacuate his former palace. Otto Schoen felder Is still living In the same airy shed atop the Imperial castle, com manding a fine view over the house tops of the German capital. Thirty years ago, when the court mason was put on half pay. the kaiser permitted him to build a pent house on the roots of his palace. There he lived with his wife, occasionally lending a helping hand In the preparations of court festivals. Otto Schoenfelder Is now seventy-seveyears of age. The old man delights In telling stories of the days of bygone splendor when occasionally he would meet the kaiser enjoying a con stitutional on the roof of his palace. More often than not, the emperor would have a friendly chat with the court ninson. 3 'f. i af rj 1 Spain Confronted With Smuggling Problem. Malaga, Spain. The blue waters of the Mediterranean, famous for the activities of pirates, corsairs, and runners, still is the busy scene of smuggling of tobacco. Since the republic has raised the taxes on tobacco, the price of ciga rettes legally acquired In Spain Is higher hence the added Incentive to the fleet of tobacco runners. In an area only as big as that ot a handful of American states, there is a gamut of varying jurisdictions, which handicaps the authorities and, conversely, renders the lask of the to bacco runner easier. Within sight of Malaga on a clear day lies Gibraltar, which Is British, and a big trading center with the orient, especially India. To the east of Tangier is Spanish Morocco, nominal ly under the jurisdiction of the sultan, through his Intermediary, the jalifa. A little farther to the east is French Algeria, with Its tobacco center of Ornn, which lies nearly directly south of the Spanish port of Cartagena. In other words, within a half day's cruising distance from this city one may III II II VS. 7- - ' - above-picture- d German Village Boasts World's Biggest Shoe Nuernberg. Nuernberg, home town of the old poet cobbler, Hans Sachs, boasts the biggest shoe In the world. That does not mean that a German citizen has the biggest foot In the world. The shoe is an exhibit at the German shoe exhibition opened recently In Nuernberg. It weighs 550 pounds, is 9 feet 7 Inches long, and 5 feet 2 inches high. Three apprentices worked on It for three weeks. The creator of the giant shoe Is Josef Schratt, leather artist from Oberstdorf, the town that runs a close competition to Venice In its leather creations. Another entry at the Nuernberg fair Is a giant sport shoe weighing 700 It Is over 6 feet long and pounds. is a product of the Barthelmes shoe factory of Nuernberg. Gift Overalls Returned; Cause Is the High Duty letter in which the "You're making a fool out of me." "Why, you always claim to be a self-mad- OLD, SAD STORY Coldwater. Mich. The most popular county clerk in Michigan is Holland J. Weaver of Steuben county, on the Michigan-Indianstate line. Since passage of the Michigan law requiring couples to wait five days after applying for a marriage license before the ceremony. Weaver has been besieged with business. Hundreds of couples take out marriage applications with him. and drive over the state line to Angola, Ind., whore tbe ceremony Is solemnized withoi't delay. r Ik;! -- :L ' I -; 11 - " ."tf"T ' r . n VI . r I." - - 'f M .r)I W t -- T' ' 'VM Gen. Berthohlo Klinger (center), head of the constitutionalist army of Sao I'aulo, arriving at Grand Central station In Rio de Janeiro with his staff oitleens, after all had been placed under arrest The occasion marked the finale of the recent Brazilian civil war. 2 Pavements on APES Bd-- 3 LAX ad PRODUCt., INTEBMOUNTAIN AN Polar Region Vegetation 0w 81 saxifr Lichen, mosses, poppy, "Look at him I Haggard, heartbroken, alone!" "And his wife at the bridge table." "Yes, It's the old story. He married her to reform her." 0 gentians and willows, all draw;. tufted and stunted, grow in?8" raP Dolar reerions. iiillllii THIS WEEK'S PRIZE PUFFED HIM UP ST0?CM ra ? runt Thcr are three main reasons vb'olle should use IntermoanUin Products. rt,ra First: Because prices are the low: IB aualitr has not been sacrificed. Second: We are gaininar that sell st faction of knowinc we have the ba, the least, and hare helped our puzTCa friends. jde Third : We patronize Borne tndir. a foal toward Intermonntain Propr' MRS. JOHN STUMl'P.Jiity. Afton, WynsLOi In Trade uga UTAH WOOLEN tass BLAHKETSith for Your "What's the new germ so stuck up about?" "Why, he had his portrait published in one of the leading scientific monthlies 8,000 times life size." THE SAME MUCH Wool Salt Lake City. UUk foi E Excellent Values-Sen- d 0 ork Cross Ancient Emblrm 'tn The cross, as a Christian nnd gious symbol, is probably the KffiItl For fe Soi modern adaptation. sands of years before the Chri.- - m era the cross was of religious seel nificance among; widely sepanjje peoples and in different as:s. .hi origin is lost in antiquity. esj tiT JOSEPH WM. TAYLOR, Morticians Utah's Lndiac : nd ilsodisifsl Silt Laci City, Stak f5 'tim : W. pott and Old Scholarship Harvard university "He makes his living by guessing.' "Puzzle maker, eh." "No he's a weather forecaster." Fj, Payment FaW Funerals on Time offers oldest scholarship in the Unired States, according to data gatMke by Miss Ella B. Ratcliffe of flass office of education. The schoEer ship given by Lady Mowlsonjk;; London, England, was establ:.urrj in 1643. ea, Ba GLORIOUS VIEW ffllda &len ton GASOLINE . Wit rmel Packed With I'oweinuci k me Due North Minnesota claims the honor Chic having the most northern spotJaiei the United States. Excluding Arit ka, the northern part of Lake iter, the Woods county in that statin farther north than any p!aceihov n 1 any other state. i Tom What do you think of the view from the hotel veranda? Harry Magnificent. I can see four heiresses right from where 1 sit DAD ISN'T SURE AO o' 1 ' I GOLD" "GRAINS OF THE WHOLE WHEAT CEBB-"Makes Cream Taste Bet;crbath Western Made For Western TiW nors Ask Your Cror 'flay tlcti If Wea'th Tempts "If wealth tempts you to w10Ai ful living" said Hi Ho, the sS Chinatown, "beware t you look that vou have pl.icod your fchai k-s- ajthejlisRlj An active brain is of littW! unless it makes its owner actr'et si ana, Los Angeles Times. 'mar reve Street to Satisfy Aldermen l.ockport, N. Y. When two aldermen. Timothy J. (VShnughnessy nnd Oonald Jones, failed to agree as to whether a certain street separating their two wards should be resurfaced with brick or macadam, a centpr course was chosen one side of the street was resurfaced with brick and the other with mncadnm. " i a f tri 3 saaptr "ihty"' ASK TOUR DRUGGIST F0! OCft The Spanish government has delegated to the "Compania Arrendataria de Tobncos," one of the tobacco concessionaries, the task of maintaining a fleet of small boats to watch for contrabandists. But there are a lot of difficulties in their way. In the first place, the contrabandists have jurisdiction only over Spanish craft, and hence, when a contrabandist Is sighted, it takes the precaution to put aloft a foreign flag whether its registry be Spanish or foreign does not make any difference. Michigan Clerk Popular With Victims of Cupid u ut rum-runnin- g const. ft! eoamtry Yearly Church Servica Only once a year are serf Ce chare T keld at a West Yarmouth, Mass., kmrotijr, tha Friends' meeting house, j. ititution of Quaker origin. TOT) Z anniversary services are arnt;m. by the National Society of Frkrui In other days weekly services c conducted. --aim man." e German "mother ship." This boat, In turn, unloads Its cargo onto smaller tobacco runners, doing so In many cases In the calm waters of some bay In the Islands of Majorca, Menorca. or Tblza (Spanish), which lie conveniently situated just across from the ports of Valencia and Barcelona. Then, comes the task of running the tobacco ashore and evading the vigilance of the carablneros, whose posts are stretched all along the ths Taa Lscal lalka saast Ma tasauahv PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY, friend stated that the Import duty amounted to eight marks and 00 pfennig, or $2.10 in American money, which amounted to a week's wages. place one's self within the jurisdiction of Great Britain, France, Spain, Spanish Morocco, or of the International city of Tangier. The contraband of tobacco Is operated more or less along the same lines as that of off the eastern coast of the United States. The tobacco is purchased legally In French, British, or international territory and loaded onto what we might call a am floats fram tawa amr "riOTidsnta has Wbsoj Accompanying the returned overalls a kara tlaaes Wavsai Us Klyria, Ohio. A pair of overalls which he had sent as a gift to a friend in Germany was recently returned to Jose Frassel. tailor here, because it requires a week's wages to pay the import duty on them. was avWjvj 1 The youth Is the undisputed claimant of the dubious honor of being "Great Britain's heaviest boy." Although but sixteen years of age, Ivan Ijingley of Norfolk weighs 420 pounds. High Tax Spurs Spanish Tobacco Running Fleets until Aft a m was quickly determined when his body was found despite the removal by bis slayers of all Identification marks from his clothing. It Is the giraffe that seems a great waste of material. a , n It sounds like noise. u Sez V 1 Four men had died before Scarpato for that killing In the seventeen months since "Joe tbe Boss" was given a gaudy gangster's funeral an outstanding one in that a great floral cross, bearing the portent initials "A. C." ad the place of honor at the grave. Thanks to Scarpato's own knowledge of bis Impending doom at the bands of tbe gangster vendetta, his IdentiSca-tlo- III Jl X f lead of .45 caliber auto- Ui End of Civil War in Brazil hoi Chloroform. Narcotic 4&de from tbe Bucalyptos, s wonder In Bronchial Troubles. At ymirdrn relator writ for FKKE sample. BRONCHI-LYPTl'- 8 i.AH., V Ceres Ave., Los Angeles, CaO.it. A fine a Lobsters Made Big to Project Lives 1: J ii comparatively new trick. The victim Is first subdued by a blow on the head with a blunt Instrument. Then a sash cord is noosed around the neck, with a few convenient knots, and the loose end Is brought around under the drawn up knees, looped around the hack, and made fast, so that the victim, on awakening, tightens the noose when he tries frantical ly to straighten his legs. The hands are bound across the chest. One of the latest victims of the trick was Oerardo Scarpato, Brooklyn racketeer, recorded by the police as the fifth to die In a vendetta spring Ing from the murder of one "Joe the Moss" Mnsserla, once head of the Unione Sicllione and reputed lieutenant of Al Cnpone. The strangled, trussed-ubody of Scarpato. wrapped, according to gangster routine. In a burlap bag, was found In the tonneau of a sedan parked for two days and nights In front of a Wlni-lsoplace apartment house In Brooklyn. Death No Surprise. Scarpato's death was no surprise to police or to himself. For seventeen months. In Italy nnd America, he had trembled In the shadow of violent death ever since the afternoon of April 15, 11)31. when "Joe the Boss," playing pinochle In Scar pato's Coney Island restnurant was put on the spot by his bodyguards and slid under the card table, an ace of spades In his hand and his back rid It Um. heartburn. Only 10c died wiUi matics. ' Sally WISE WOMAN BRITAIN'S HEAVIEST $5.00 "Is your "Yes." boy In college." "What position Is he fitting himself for In life." "I'm not quite sure whether it's full hk-- k or quarterback." s.,?'.:- should ase Goods" fiimilsi to Tout slorj in pro r ' termcnntsH ' goot tsh. "! ',"p eC ' ' tl ( ilt i ' - 81 rj-- ; . na Box 1555, Sail Lake CKy. " ' fceat story appears in th.t f)0 fron i re-column ijjD.UJ bolO eeive cheek for V.N.U. Salt Like Citr w"kJli ;in t!