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LEHI FREE PRESS, LEW, UTAH m i 4 jkj- - . uvea in no urn wblco USS oeea cwiveieu uuu was aonoyea oy uiaMing eiber construction activities In Explosiona shook ta 0ext door. otaee where ibe lived and finally roistered a complaint wl.b the authorities. t)ne day a stranger and asKed wnetner sne nan. actress. i Jj. , r KEKCHq L IT lif is;'.e-e- d COIUpiaiuu .gjSu damage had been done f8lls- - He ,ookea' 'ns'de and put black eta -" ' " wits ear1 The thing apsared to sirike be fceutsifa strain, fciro as pretty serious Finally he atked 3 trtress to go Into another iom (ounded aapd Bound on the wall. SheThen she Cmpdat! tlie best of her abP'fy irn to see what the Invent Untur hi. .I,, ttiipr tof . i j:i''-!ii- i Neither could she find her j ...... Jewel- - ither valuables Then she called ri.'-'j- B 'lice. Tbey told her she war the of a not 'inconimon rarket The iL'.J. merely had assumed tha. per X,. In that house would be annoyed " 4 1 the blasting and that the rhanie 1'rw j "Dcf hzai they had registered a complaint ? f (nine apseg hWsVcpf- Pgople in New York think that husl xaeneiiai peaJ Is picking up a bit. Tux I drivers onic aeon fag v that the going Isn't quite so hard tell? me ..as alual and a lumber asent t&atyie nas just receiver nm nrsi rein Id over a year An advertising .1 arises ;indtrafor sayF that from no work at all, he suddenly has been given enoijgh to keep him busy for-couple f months. I The natural growth on the far end 'AS if Long Island I"of pine and scrubhasoak.a Amagansett ttt the village sola street absolutely arched with it, i ylflcent old elms. Everyone ex - a ' ' COURTESIES L Gentlemen always walk on the outside when accompanying a lady, e er iMana I'lioriie. animal arlist. some times trmitile with her models She w iiiiltil a ml lo i.ise for some illustrations She saw iust the feline in a hutrliei shop on Sixth iemip t The s;ild she could horrmv It. If she could j Mjss Thorne li.-i-s started In The cat retreated to a d;irk cellar and the hunt was on. With no more trouble than she might have had In trapping a tiger Miss Thorne captured the cat. It took her two days to tame It. She did such a good Job that It took her. two weeks to get rid of it 1931 Bell Syndicate. W Nil Sifeia.rqixsB(catftKsii Service salt Seasonable Foods GOOD dlsb which will be ready A to serve from tbe baking dish Is sufficiently satisfying Is the following : Casserole Dish. Put a layer o thinly sliced potatoes, a layer of corn cut from the cob (canned corn will do), a layer of tomatoes and a layer of canned peas, season each laye- - and on top place meat balls seasoned with salt pepper and chopped onions. Bake one and one-hahours. Liver Loaf. Take two pounds of calf's liver, chop fine, add two tablespoonfuls of chopped parsley, two small onions also chopped. The whole amount may be put twice through the meat grinder; add one pint of milk, two beaten eggs, celery salt salt and pepper and sprinkle with three tablespoonfuls of flour. Make into a loaf and bake In a moderate oven until the loaf rolls In the pan. Salmon Loaf. Remove skin and bones from one large can of salmon, add salt, pepper, paprika, two tablespoonfuls of lemon f Juice, cupful each of cracker crumbs and hot milk, three beaten stiff. Mix all together with the yolks of two eggs and when well blended fold In the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs. Bake In a loaf. Eggs In Ramekins. Cook a can of tomatoes or fresh ones with one tablespoonful of flour, h teaspoonful of pepper, one small onion chopped, one teaspoonful and iiliiiiiiiii lf ' one-hal- It irni't often that these North Dakota boys can make a snow man, enjoy freedom from C k studies, and stage snowfignta all before winter really arrives. A combined sleet and snow rm was so heavy that schools were closed and the children had to be escorted to their homes. J a 7 towns were without light, heat, power, telephone and telegraph communications for 60 i Irs. The photograph was made in Killdeer. By $5 Escaped Monkey Haunts Pier to Dockmen's Rage Jean Newton 4. "Make a Memp!" iV are apt to say. carelessly perhaps, ottice boy or to the maid. either Instance, the usual sigAKE a memo ot this." we tthe n nificance of our request is "write this Iwn" with the tdded though jot ordinarily expressed thoi.ght "so I won't forget it" t is this latter sense that we find 4hodied in the storj of this espres-c'.p- New York. Things are getting so bad at Pier 60 in the North river these days that a longshoreman can't eat his lunch In peace without having a monkey swoop down and snatch a sandwich out of his band. The monkey escaped from the steamer Pennsylvania a month ago and has been making his home In the wilderness of girders supporting the pier roof. Customs men and pier police have tried In vain to capture the little Jungle beast, but he evades their clumsy attempts and chatters his con- egg-whit- TIME'S CHANGE j :t (. Bell Syndicate.) WNtl Service. Iany American Women Are Adrift in Paris To six eggs add one cupful ot grated cheese and one and one-hal-f cupfuls of bread crumbs; add tbe tomato mixture in ramekins and cover with an egg to each; over the tops sprinkle grated cheese and tbe buttered crumbs. Bake until the eggs are set Rice Pudding Baked. most tasty pudding which the family will like may be prepared and baked some time when the oven range Is not too full. Take one-hal- f cupful of rice, a quart or more of mlik, brown sugar, raisins and nutmeg or cinnamon to flavor, add a little salt and put Into the oven to bake slowly, stirring often at first; bake three A to four hours. Serve with a hard sauce. Cream, butter, add sugar and any flavoring desired. O bv Western Newspaper Union. MyTeighbor Says: it ir Patents Reflect "The headless horseman used lo be a favorile with novelists." "1 don't know much about headless horsemen, but plenty of people run au tomoblles that way." ON LONG NATION-WID- E FLIGHT wy;y 11 run i ir.utki!uih. nation-wid- e undertaken a S.OOO-m- il flight m a new transport plane filled wltb pas-Ms- ). rjnoHttle. America 1 premier Oyer, aat lm a, 230 miles pet bour throughout the tour The speed is Kast double that at tbe present average of plants as maintaining .enters, Shellighting." weo above, is "the tastes! and safest transport plane to clsom til. plan. llnn ot advanced design, sn Improved N A.. C. A. radial engine oowt-tn- e "PT Cvrlon Wr engine rT ght 700 s with horsepower ,.iwJ The ship Is world. , Preset pl.n. are that Doolittle wiU make circuitous flights throughout the .m, ilunt.c. fro. ChicM .od plc.fi. coa.t. starling on each rwlir.T. H l&'jtiZ J' oijui, 1 waalfv ' The Ideal Vacation Land aw in uo SmiuklM AU Winter Lomg Splendid roads towering monntala rangee Hig best type hotels dry Uv rigoraUag air CwattwftnVs Isrfiit gwrrsw mm cleavr starlit nights Desert Heygresl Ctrww A Cawnay palm SprlngfS Lost HU English After being knocked down by aa Senor automobile in Rochester, N. Jose W. Kelly, once a Mexican laboi attache, waa rushed to a hospital where he waa disturbed by the discovery that be bad lost bis ability te apeak English. In Spanish he explained that until he was hit by tha automobile he could speak English well, and that he had been graduated from Cornell, where he spoke English In all his classes. Don't Trifle Wili.Ccaglis Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight germs quickly. Creomulsion com bines the 7 beat helps known to modem science. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your druggist will refund your money if any cough or cold bo matter how long atanHing i, not re tiered by Creomulaion. (adv.) (C lilt. Westers Newsranat felon.) Her Position "Has your wife learned to drive the car yet?" "Yes, in an advisory capacity." Fire Chief Thrills Sick Boy by Visit Denver. Five years spent In a bed in a Denver children's hospital had Its reward for Basil Lasker, eleven, of Belen, N. M, when Fire Chief John Uealy made a personal call on tbe boy and allowed him to handle his big helmet During the years spent In the hospital tbe rush of Denver tire engines along a nearby street provided Basil wltb bis greatest thrllL Utah, thrash Tour saaka-tt-a tha c ctltloa of your etoenacat ehows up la Sparkling ayes, four complexion. anblaeoUhed ekla coma aatu rally with a claaa, "regular" eyetem Vlmonsm tnltmallymllk OartlrH Tea. aa It'a pleeaant, prompt, harmless Naturee'ewabeulaid. AUUruerifO) ' ff SAMPU rwRiaarnaMTaaCenP.O.BroWm.K.Y. Nose Gone, Mate Twits Her. She Cuts His OS Lahore, India. For a husbanc" to cut off bis wife's nose sometimes goes unpunished here, but when a woman cuts off a man'a nose, the court decides tbe penalty. Four years ago a man cut off hN sweetheart's nose, but tbe couple became reconciled and the woman proposed marriage. The Intended husband taunted her about bis disfigurement and to equalize matters she tied him to his bed when he was asleep and cut off his nose I O m mRFIELD laxative drink ... a natural What He Meant Judge suys, "Picnic parties are the biggest enemies of rural beauty." Lltter-till- y speaking, of course. A Put Mentholatum in nostrils to open them, rub on chest to reduce congestion. IU Hi I V V J Nowadays Barber Wet or dry, sir? Customer I never divulge my political leanings just comb my hair. fMiserable Backache? with understand Brown Is taking from a memory teacher." "He ought to. The last time I played a game with him be forgot about twenty strokes." "1 fa, lee-so- 1 iK,VU(, ' It Social Condition Trend She Spends Confederate Bill in Colorado Store Washington. New trends In social conditions are being reflated in applications made to the patent office. Despite a 12 per cent decrease In all the applications, there baa been a noticeable increase in requests for pat ents od air conditioning apparatus, re frlgerution, oil burners, automobiles, alloys, electric clocks and devices designed to Improve railroad travel. ,,Bta . tsa I ih tmm. To tiessnasaTil aj, laaaat,aatttjsg The safest way to melt chocolate put it Into a small frying pan or saucepan over a low Art or In the oven. If It Is to be mixed wltb a liquid, tht best way Is to melt it with a little of that liquid first and stir to a cream. M J 11 r ij vuabw eCL Beat eoatneaeen. free) Btaratare, Kant tamaw, Is to 4 A - ii ii n ka WAHILUrTwlwrta oaiaiiur ammonia will remove paint Be careful uot spots from a door. to allow the ammonia to remain on too long, as It will eat the wood. New TAKES PASSENGERS ' HfPHIiw i'lm i Raw WNU Servlca Finds $1,000 in Pail L sglii. to um mm ijI NEEDED THE COURSE I Paris. The adventurous spirit which nerally Is associated only with the rjore daring of womankind, such as Ajnella Earhart, Is rapidly developinu h distinct class of feminine genteel "Obos who leave America and travel rb".ut the world. I At present there are to Paris sev-a- l hundred young American women ho are living by their wits or exist ng on a small Income from home. The eater part of them are American Women between twenty and thirty 3ars of age, mostly of the "art'stlc type." i They may be seen nightly about the .wo principal rendezvous of Bohemians In Paris, the Dome and the Select arasserles In the Latin quarter. They ill sit for hours at the table, eyeing passershy, hoping to recognise an acquaintance or visitor fror" home. I 1 Want Marina Junkyard I Trenton. Establishment of a ma fine Junkyard where abandoned ves would be broken up was recoiu fended by Victor Gelineau, engineer. guide her and protect her against undesirable asaoclafJona, Ehe la still given tbe opportunity of withholding Judgment and that ta why this Mttle formality la observed. DRIED apples,be apricots, prunes, should soaked over nlgbt In cold water before cooking, so as to "plump" them anJ soften the dried tissues. To sharpen scissors, cut several times through coarse sand paper. ((9 by th Associated Newspapers) tempt Center Line. Mich. By laying a concrete floor in his chicken house Ed Brozowska. a fanner of near here made a profit of $1.(KK). Brozowska found a sirup pail while excavating for the floor. In it was $1,000 in cur rency. some of it moldy but all i one-eight- n. ,V'e have the phrase from the word which means "that iwrnorandum, yfcich must be bornt In mind!" which ii derived from the Latin "memoro" waning "to remember." m eaa ' jus, ' "i TiiSiie' Was n m ae , fNOWFALL BRINGS JOY TO CHILDREN "VOVXX00X0 How It Started venerated even ahead of fame and was given always tbe place of distinction and honor. It la still a pretty custom today, showioj graclousn.-ea- , deference and r When a gentleman rises specL upon a lady entering a room be ta doing so Just to show this same rmm sarwwae ei eeasi mm mm m bms ed aaW a mmm eeaa a fenr as Okie d tnit-tie- sitck and tbe days when Skin Young Keeps eSM Edited by DOROTHY EDMONDS age was bad to use Her own feelings t that la, the aide Dearest the street. This custom originated from the days of early cblTairy when there was need for protection. It was sup posed that the dangers would all approach the fair lady from the courtegy. 5. A lady la alwaya mindful ot street side and thai ghe would be comfort of ber guests, keeping tbe a properly protected U the gentle-mawag there to meet them Brat tbe conversation moving In pleasant and happy channels, seeing to 2. A gentleman always precede a lady down the aisle ot a public their physical comfort Thlf ta an building unless an usher precedes obligation banded down through tbe ages to offer protection ta anythem both. This custom also ortg loated in the days of chivalry and one who la under one's roof, whether or not one personally likes him. protection waa needed. It was aup posed that any unknown or at range In tbe olden days protection waa place might bold lurking nasards often needed aa distances were ot one kind or another, things to great between homes and everytrip over, people who would not be one's house was ready to offer bos gracious, etc, and the gentlemen pltallty to anyone needing It ft. A gentleman does not offer ta always went first therefore to make certain that the way was safe for shake hands with a lady when be la Introduced to her unless aba his lady. 3. Oentlemeo take oS their bats first extends her hand. This custom when meeting a lady tbey know or Is to permit tbe Isdy tbe privilege wheB a lady with whom they are of being friendly er not aa abe chooses. At least this la tbe way walking speaks to anyone she knows. This custom originated In It originated for years age a lady the days before the custom of CLEVER LETTERS handshaking came Into being. Tbe only form of greeting was some form of salute. Taking off the hat If yon cut out these letters. Just la therefore a salute, one's recogtbe outlines, and pat them together correctly yon will make house-bolnition. In other words, of the presence of formality. It still has this objects that are In nearly same use today. When the object la every home. 4. A lady rises when an older made tbe letters will spell tbe person enters the room. Just as a name of the object as well aa form man does. This Is a custom com It Since John J MHiraw retireu as a baseball manager he has been hav ing a grand time Still ri.e president of the New York (Slants, he went almost every morning to the office and transacted various business mat tera. hut nstead of sjiendiiig the aft eruoons dirwting ball players, he 8oiiiellmes didn't even go tr the I'olo grounds. Kr liie first time In many year he whk alile to sjienrt late sum mei and autumn afternoons as his fancy dictated That it was great relief was shown h tils apiaran.-the past few months. MKIra has looked xiendil voun-ami certainly has reyn!ned his health col a s:iiiin. ing from McrcolizcdWax Fun for All the Children Cheerio Chapters cUliiii over them bm few knovi bow tbey came to be Oiere. The atory goe that many yean ago a ahlp bound for New f,rk. was wreked The cargo hapfwneo to be voung elm treea. Intended for Central park They flouted ashore to those days, land transportation of freight was so dlf Ucult that finally the people of the little town collected gome money and planted the trees Tou will flm sme of thetn at Kast Hampton and harupton. but that street at Amagan sett ta the most glorious of all. no nv LMfitguieu acuon mt? some lu uiai or i BUck fcfiisaeci s to e wld she bad' ,,e tnld her hart ua Investigator and asked to i black. iM id gargj&ee t ken around the apartment t see ,i ?S ijghls of New York Montrose, Colo. A Montrose woman offered a peculiar looking $50 bill at several local stores aa payment for It waa rejected until merchandise. one merchant discovered It waa an old Confederate bill of 1864. Tbe bill, worth nothing except as a curio, was finally accepted by one merchant and the difference In cash between a small purchase and tbe face value of the bill was tendered the woman. Excessive Taxes Cuts Down Autos in Finland Helslngfors. Finnish automobile organizations have addressed a communication to the Finnish government pointing out that the number of people using automobiles In Finland has decreased over 30 per cent In one year. They state the cause of this Is excessive taxation, and demand that the customs duties on automobiles be reduced as well as other levies such as that on gasoline. Pennsylvania Leads in Tree Planting on Farms Harrlslmrg. i'a. Pennsylvania led the nation In li31 in farm forest planting, according to the state department of forests. Of the 25.oOO.UOO trees planted on farm forests during :iWl In the United Slates, Pennsylvania planted New York was sec(1.000.000 trees. ond with 4,800,000, Ohio third with l,74.000. aV $TeXV yar. It MayWarn of Kidney or Bladder Irregularities A persistent backache, with bladder irregularities and a tired, nervous, depressed feeling may warn of some dis- ordered kidney or bladder condition. Users everywhere rely on Doan't Pills. Praised for mnre than 50 veari bv rrareful V users the country over. Sold by I Vll druggists. as e m m ar j A ,, . 9 ai m Diuretic ror ft j ins iiwlnjwaa snccess Is often like of a book. No one knows what causes It A business the success PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Oamevas DsadraS Stops Hair raJBaal giyn L parts Color and I Baaotr to Gray and Faded Halrl Ktaaae'll.oSatDrassnts fflwx Chrm. Wst..ratchogu1T.T. s rON SHAMPOO Ideal for ose In connection with Parker's Hair Balsam. Makes tha 60 eenta and hair soft by mail or atdrug-(lat- a. fluffy. Uiaooz CheiQicaJ Worka Pstcbogue. MX W. N. U., Salt Lake City No 48-19- 32.