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LEHI FREE PRESS. LEHI, UTAH JOBLESS LIVE IN PIPES The residence of the of Oakland, Callt, baa twen established along aa estuary where Urge concrete pipes nave been plied. Tii ere Is a pipe for each on of the fifty men, and with cue end cwTered, the tube, fix feet long, and almost ai large In diameter, provide fairly adequate bedrooms. The tide regularly brings in wood for the community fires, 'and the men take turns "rustling" provisions and doing tbe cooking. Cfty of Dorothy's Mother Proves Claim Children dont or-take to Idlnarily here's one that all of them love. Perhaps shouldn't be called a medicine at an. It's more like a rich, concentrated food. It's pure, wholesome, sweet to the taste and sweet In your child's little stomach. It builds up and strengthens weak, puny, underweight children, makes them eat heartily, brings the roses back to their cheeks, makes them playful, energetic, full of life. And no bilious, headachy, constipated, feverish, fretful baby or child ever failed to respond to the gentle Influence of California Fig Syrup on their little bowels. It starts lazy bowels quick, cleans them out thoroughly, tones and strengthens l, them so they continue to set of their own accord. Millions of mothers know about California Fig Syrup from experience. A Western mother. Mrs. J. G. Moore, 119 Cliff Ave., San Antonio, Texas, says: "California Fig Syrup Is certainly all that's claimed for It I here proved that with my little Dorothy. She was bottle baby and very delicate. Her bowels were weak. I started her on Fig Syrup when she was a few months old and It regulated her, quick. I have used It with her ever since for colds and and her wondervery little ful condition tells better than words . how It helps. Don't be Imposed on. See that the Fig Syrup you buy bears the name, "California" so you'll get the genuine famous for 60 years. " I if it nor-Dal- t set-bac- k And Some We New Cat If we analyze our "rights," some cf them vanish. we find Exchange. GAS, PAINS STOMACH, Cheyenne, Wyo, 7V "Last summer I was very weak. My nerves were bad, every-- J thing irritated me! and I did not rest well at all. I belched gas continually and had pains in my stomach the gas seemed to press against my heart. I had hardly any energy and felt dull and Unties all the time," uld Mri. Elita-beth Simimds of Si E. ih St "I decide to try Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery, I used only about 'our bottlea in all and it strengthened me, my appetite improved, I was riot nearly ao nervous, and alept well at night: In fact, I felt better in (very way." Writ Dr. ! Una's Cllnlo, Batata, R. T fee fro saedloal advie. f HUGE PROJECTS ARE COMPLETED IN 1932 Engineers Push Conquest of Natural Forces. How man pushed Washington. ahead on many fronts Id his conquest of natural forces during 1032 is shown In a hulletin from the National Geo graphic society, outlining some of the outstanding engineering achievements, of the year. Despite financial ditficul-tiesdams, bridges, tunnels and other significant works have reached completion or progressed in all parts of the world. "Host Important of the dams completed waa that at Pneprostroy across the Dnieper (Dnepr) river. In the Bus sian Soviet union, about 150 miles north of the Illack sea." says the bulletin. "Its construction was superln tended by American engineers. The dam is 3AiO feet long and 148 feet high. The maximum capacity ot ,ts generators will be 900,000 horse power, which compares with the GOO.fiOO bone power at Muscle Shoals. "In the state of Bahla, Brazil, a huge power dam was completed and set to furnishing energy to the city of Bahla (Sao Salvador). The structure Is 1,150 feet long and 131 feet hitch. "Two widely separated projects on the North American continent made available large amounta of energy without the construction of dams. The first was on the United States side of the Rio Grande, near Kngle Pass. Texas, where, by gravity diversion, an canal was supplied with water whose flow will produce electric en ergy before being used for Irrigation. Tbe second was the Beauharnols project. In Canada, a power canal between Lake St Francis and Lake St. Louis, on the south side of the St Ijiwrence river near Montreal. The c plant operated by the canal water will furnish energy to Montreal. Colorado River Turned. "At the site of the Hoover dam, on the Colorado river, between Arizona and Nevada, work on what will be the world's greatest dam, Is more than a year ahead of schedule. For the first time, probably, In millions of years, a section of the bed of the Colorado river at the dam site Is dry. On November 13 the stream was turned Into a tunnel, bored In the canyon wall, and diverted for nearly a mile. On the site of the structure, thus left dry, the actual preparations are being made for laying the dam's foundation. "In Europe, the Moselle canal, first planned ISO years ago, was completed. The 19 mile waterway Is on the Moselle river, a tributary of the Rhine, in northeastern France, and connects Met and Thlonvllle. "In the United States, the Illinois making possible barge waterway, service between Chicago and New Orleans, was completed. "Africa's north-souttransportation system was bettered during the year e section of by the building of a highway connecting Nlmule and Juha. terminal ports on the Nile. "Italy began work on one of the first roads to be built express motor-trucIt will connect Genoa, Milan, and Turin, tapping Italy's most Important Industrial district. "In the United States five Important federal government highways, opening cp historic and scenic spots, were put loto use: the Mount Vernon Memorial e hydro-electri- 100-mll- k Won't Stand Analjrsi Don't analyze a proverb. Few of them will stand It here it is THK WORLD'S fi rone Co.V Far CoutfAf BRONCHI-LYPTU- S - It g West-Inghous- e d - t i I1 - ' -- ' 111 by 3,000 Votes. New York. The result of a nation wide poll conducted for two months In an effort to ascertain whom American women consider the twelve great leaders of their sex born during the last 100 years was announced at a dinner held In the Vanderbilt hotel Those chosen were: Mary Raker Eddy, founder of the Christian Science church. She headed the list by more than 3,000 votes. Jane Addams, founder of Hull house, Chicago. Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross. Frances E. Wlllard, founder of the T, wnM V- - aW J- - . rw -l 4 ' X V A TYPICAL AMERICAN? was man who wanted s loan "How do you spenu juw : come?" And he replied ror iue "Ob about nair house'; another half for food and miscellaneclothing and s third for ous things." s "But that means your outgo is Income!" third more than your A .cti- : - r v l V ' I s. rAi 1 d". That's right tnat s wuai i Atchison Globe, iff if j IT'S COMING TO THAT 7 WTmb rh "blues" nave teee tan Canned Brown Bread to Take Place of Hardtack Mont Rations for Uncle Sam's forest service employees In all Haparts of the United States and diswaii, packed here each year for tribution, will contain no hardtack for the coming year, officials have announced. The "army cake," formerly used by by the rangers, will be replaced canned brown bread. Increasing the calory content of the foods packed for the forest workers. The can In which the bread Is packed will be used as a coffed pot after Its contents have been removed, lightening the rangers' equipment. Cans of hash, pork and beans, roast beef, fruit, coffee, and a bar of candy will be placed in each rations pack with the bread. 'Mum Two-Color- Women's Christian Temperance union. Susan B. Anthony, suffrage leader. Helen Keller, deaf and blind author. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Julia Ward Howe, poet and authoi of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic." Carrie Chapman Catt, suffrage leader. Amelia Earhart Putnam, first worn an to make a solo flight across the Atlantic. Mary Lyon, founder of Mount Holyoke college. Dr. Mary E. Woolley, president of Mount Holyoke college and only woman representative to Geneva disarmament conference In 1932. Of the votes cast Mrs. Eddy re celved 102.7G2, 3,615 more than were given to Jane Addams. Clara Barton was given 9(5,139 and Frances Willard 90.303. In the accompanying list Mme. Er nestine Schumann Heink received the next largest number of rotes after Mrs. Woolley. In the list were in eluded Mrs. Herbert Hoover, the wives of two former Presidents, an author, and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Likenesses or uie women will ap pear in a frieze in the Social Science building at the Chicago World's fair. aassau rata. mimtmc m "naT ikiii etvti.(e. i ilil rnnianiai iit v'r-tV- a York. A golfer Is legally responsible when a ball he has New 1 1 I I I J , J i I , I ' ' I Doctors say bladder trouble is more common today than ever before. But why put op with It? Just try taking Gold 1 Medal Haarlem Oil Capsules 31 regularly. This fine, old has been used J'reparation or this vwrf purpose for ?36 years. Today It to one of the in oct widely known of medicines. That Its popularity has continued so long Is the best proof that It works. Sic A 75c. FREE A f eneroas aample. free, It y name and uddreaa 3 print your aeroaa thle advancement and Department"" GOLD MEDAL HAARLEM OIL COMPANY MO J6H St SreoMy. N.T. mad ri to BtaSiBBaiMIIPMll ii'if i r i r hTHT.i a rmmm' This truly remarkable picture shows lueuiders ot a tish nifi smack clinging frantically to the broken foremast of their doomed craft, the stern of which Is already below the waves. The South American liner, Buenos Aires Mam, Is pulling alongside. The ftshernieu were rescued just a few minutes before their vessel disappeared. Golfer Responsible for Ball He Drives ! Washington. Thirty-threcountries were listed by the Department of Commerce as having "officially suspended the gold standard" and the statement was made that eleven other countries, wnue not omciaily off the standard. are practically in the same category.' i ne denection or r.reat Britain Is generally considered the prime factor In putting many other countries ofr and holding them off the gold standard. The thirty three countries ofliclally off the gold standard were named by the Department of Commerce as fol- driven Injures another person, the appellate division In Brooklyn decided In upholding a Supreme court Justice. The defendant In the case was Teunls S. Flero, who was sued on behalf of John Clifford Simpson, eleven, a caddy. While playing at the Pocatello Country club at Mid dletown. N. Y last August Ifl, Flero's drive struck young Simpson. Although the point was not Involved In this case, the Appellate court said in effect that If young Simpson hnd been Flero's caddy It would have heen his own duty to watch out for the bull, but that since he was caddylng for anoiher player, Flero was responsible. Letter Lies in Pocket 16 Years, Then Is Sent Harllngen, Texas. A letter written years ago by a Harllngen boy to a friend In Maine has reached Its des tlnatlon. but the mail service was not responsible for the delay. The letter was found by Rev. Fran els M. Sander la a coal given to a Harllngen welfare organization. He mailed It to Roy Stanhope, the addressee, and It reached him though he had moved from Calais, Maine, to 10 Lowell, Mass. Farmer Unearths Wallet Lost Two Years in Field North Falmouth. Mass. While clearing his cornfield of stubble. An thony Ferrelra unearthed a wallet which he lost two years before. Six teen dollars that the wallet contained were Intact, though mud caked. Ferrelra exchanged the bills for new ones. lows : me WANTED iMiigHna, Hungary. Yogoslavia. 7.ecnosiovakla, Germany Estonia, Latvia, Rumania' Nicaragua and Venezuela! Man Abandons Farming to Pitch Horseshoes Imonl, Iowa. Because he can make more money pitching horseshoes than he can farming his loo acres Frank Jackson, state horseshoe and former national tltleholderchamp has sold his farm and stock near here "1 can make lots more money pitch Ing shoes than I can farming" jack son told friends. GIRLS Biutj f raltssw Fill in Coupon for Catalog 111 Til! "My wife Just showed me another I gown she wants me to buy her, but Just can't see It." "Well, If It's that bad. I wouldn't buy It for her, either." hi the Nama State. Citj.. Quish School of Beauty Culture JittlllHinf MFlNrbriTtetnp'tic'ltt.lB.Ka Salt Lake City, Utah Inn Luck or Inn Dutch "Why don't you give your new bungalow a name? Something approOther people do. There's priate. 'Seldom Inn,' 'Walk Inn,' 'Cozy Inn,' and a lot of others." "That's an Idea. " As I've Just finished paying for It I'll name It 'All Inn." "Florida Prehistoric Whale The remains of a strange animal found on Glacier island, in Alaska, in November, 1930, were identified as those of a prehistoric whale. JOSEPH WM. TAYLOR, Inc. Funeral Directors & Advisers. Times-Unio- . I SU Salt Lakt Citr Consult cor public Advlnory Deputnot for any phaaa of Modern funeral autMl 12S No. Main Try Horte-Cheatnu- ts One day In the British museum s guide was recounting to a little group of tourists the glories of a battered centaur, when a Chicago meat salesman Interrupted with the question: "Excuse me, sir, but what would they feed a gink like that on ham and eggs or hay?" Washington Labor. THIS WEEK'S PRIZE looked long ' and at second examinathe thoughtfully tion question, which read : "State the number of tonsof coal shipped out of the United States In any given year." then his brow leared and he The bright pupil wrote Ruddy Duck Peculiar The ruddy duck is peculiar 18 among all ducks in having the slender and stiffened, with coverts much abbreviated, taiL producing a woodpecker-lik- e : "1492 STORY Pioneer of the buckskin dothta, rraiale ' cakes, and let cabins cave as Interim Uineera a rich heritase. ''IatennoantsiB ei mean, to us, more than a symbol deiusr. periot quality it means hometheandmind's inindicatea Correct pnrchauinf tention to reason. That' th reason! Un Intermountain Made Goods. LELAND J. B0SEK, , Ephraim, Utah tail-feathe- rs none," Oofl Plump One In the bus this morning three men Jumped up and offered me their seats. Slim One Did you take them dear? Der Lustige Sachze. Place Your Order Now lurhwM, Deis, Seels hi ether pctelw iriA rutacUn Brid at Acclinutil 30 Minutes lit kilirs It ynr tasrten. Kt in Ustribiiori Iw Siir Ihmli tart hiiirs. Hriii In sntW K riciin, Mf cask fscants h nim pi Kef aw. Fir Wtilti In the Red "What Is a debtor, dad?" "A man who owes money." Ramshaw Hatcheries "And what is a creditor?" "The man who thinks he is going to get It 3SCT S. SUM Strut, Salt tail Cltf, V Tit-Bit- They Fail to Reply fish According to a naturalist, have no method of communication. We had noticed that they do no$ respond to lines we drop them. Atlanta Constitution. Equipped for Travel Which animal at the zoo ought to be allowed to travel at lot? , The elephant, because he has such a large trunk. ON HIS LAST LEGS ASK VOUR DRUGGIST FOB ape: SYL-- 0' LAX PRODUCT INTERMOUNTAIN American Par in Lead With only 11 per cent of the worldrs population, the American continent has 1,624, or about 47 per lancent, of the world's 3,424 dialects. and guages GASOLINE ao uie revue producer is going into bankruptcy?" Packed With Powe "Yes, he's on his last legs." Ain't It the Truth? Client know the evidence Is strongly against my innocence but I have $50.ooo to light the 1 Denmark, Finland. Greece. Norway, Portugal, Sweden, United Kingdom! Spain. Japan. British India, Straits Settlements, Slam, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, (Yilombia. Ecuador, Paraguay. Peru, Uruguay, Mexico, Costa Rica. El Salvador, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt, Palestine. Northern Rhodesia, Southern Rhodesia, Nyassaland. Mozambique and Canada. The eleven countries "unofficially" off the gold standard nre Austria. j 'j "Sonny Boy-Soway when a little boy li called "Sonny" by his parents on has a feeling: the parents do not whip. Atchison Globe. Missoula, Martinez. Calif. A chrysanthemum of two colors, divided exactly in half has been produced In the garden ot Mrs. Raymond Johnson. The flower Is half bronze color and half yellow. Wra, lark. Wmmn atwa maa 4a loaal vara. HOME INDUSTRY PROVIDE! One of the best basketball players on the Pacific coast is Jack Reed, the tall, lanky forward of the University of lallfornia. He Is also captain of bis team. e im ij h "Sal" aaBea ap an I air awaaa w aarjy Kara, Ami ra eataUe to watch, and 44 Nations Reported as Off Gold Standard healthy tody. Way fool aluaalett. kkty waea a simple aad detpoadeat Intermit rlmm snaheo all the eineffeace ta eh world la ho you roai I Drink Garfield Yea for a week as. too. u beoeitancad oitn th. lain anut la roue good luki, hasno ad draws-owon atwmia. utt j Is H AN uar-u-b :f' ' I 4 '- ' - in III -- Correct Mary Baker Eddy Heads List for Coughs 1 and:if Women Pick Their Greatest Leaders of Past Century if: l.tf Qaraa Avo. Los Armeies, 3Ut. ar manor ec -eat mm V, MILLION BOTTLES SOLD LAST YEAR LA. City-Newar- k Camera Catches a Rescue at Sea No Naroolio Nt Aloahol No Ohturoiorra wonder la tram the Huoalypta Bruncnl! TrooblM. At irdrogiriur writ for rUKK sample. OKUSLtll-- I VI'Ti a Mad park, one of the highest scenic roads in the world; the Cadillac mountain road on Sit Desert Island; a new sterile highway in Glacier National park and a scenic road along the crest of a portion of the I'.Iue Uide mountains In the Shenandoah National park, Virginia. Railway Construction. "Railways crept into new territory on five continents and In New Zealand. The longest new railway In the western hemisphere was opened In northern Argentina in August A broad gauge line, it connects previously existing rails and affords a short cut be tween Tucuman and Mendoza. It Is 189 miles In length. "New railroad construction was practically at a standstill In the United States. Only 32 miles of new railway was constructed, while 1..T80 miles of small branch line feeders' was abandoned. "Most Important rail development In the United States was the steady electrification of standard railways in suburban districts. Main line electrification was completed by one railway system between New York and Wilmington. Work Is progressing between the latter city and Washington. "The most Important bridge to reach completion In the United States was the Jersey viaduct, which Is four miles long and crosses two rivers at a level to permit the passage of ocean-goinships. The structure became one of the most heavily traveled entrances to and exits from New York city. It is estimated that automobiles will pass over.lt each year. "Among other bridges completed In the United States were the Schuylkill river bridge at Philadelphia ; the bridge near Pittsburgh; and the Rogue river bridge, near Gold Reach, Ore. "The most significant land reclamation projects were carried on In the Netherlands, where the Dutch continued to rob the Zuiderzee; and In Italy, where thcusands of acres of the once malaria-InfestePontine marshes, south of Rome, were drained and turned Into farm lands." Sally Sez , V' highway, from Washington to the home of ieorge Washington: the Trail Kidge road in the Rocky mountain National BEST A Current CAPT. JACK REED case. Lnwyer-- As For Medicines Americana are estimated spending $6 annually per cap" for medicines. your attorney, I assure you that you will never go to prison with that amount of money. Logical Enough "My daughter's music lessons are a fortune to me." "How Is that?" "They enabled me to buy the neigh-borhouses at half price."-Ven- Ice Gazzettlno Illuslrato s All Together, Now Casey's wife had wit twins and Case, was'aSedTf make on awful row SSt. -- Well- he said, "not so bad. T0 e one howls such a ot that you enn't hear the other." Mr. .ii Mud Hava FU. Pester Ve , c . . .. 7 ' "e, we ve lost . . Cheap It has been said, "the Pester-D- on't It was limnr at. -- v. i excuse yourself . . ui improvidence. advice. Self To rule one's self, how hard, how glorious! $5 00 Ml per treeli will ' th. to article an "Wh r.. should uoods flimilal foai story In pro In thi story appear column ira frill 'eive rhrrk lor W.N.C8ait L,k, c tr n'1" nn-.i- Srn o above- or urmoonintn I'ronoris '. ru,, Bail i.k. is-.- Mrs, onlj 'thU you can get for nothing is re i 010..I' nt. r" $5.00 Wee N .