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TIIE BINGHAM NEWS, BINGHAM, UTAH J . i3Voa I Glass Factory of the Bureau of Standards I ' iiilrifinii ir'u'f'Ti v )' r 'Hi i n irririT uV'v- ' ifrlini ' niiiiyrvrii'-if- 'it nro" irrrf-r r' ' rnffif t rr'rn -i rrifriirjyiftii' j In the busy city of Washington, where lawmakers are fixing tariffs to protect American industries, another branch of Uncle Sam's government Is striving to put American goods above competition and to help win for Amer- - i lea trade here and abroad. Glass Is a difficult article to manufacture, particularly fine glass for lenses,. etc. The above scene was photographed at the bureau of standards, where there is a complete glass factory. The plcturs shows men doing finishing operations on optical glass. . ;. ; r This is your corner. Male use of it for your information on questions that are puzzling you. It will be my pleasure and privilege to answer care-fully and promptly all questions submitted to me. " Your lull name and address must accompany each letter sent For special information send stamped envelope. All communications will always be held in absolute con-fidence. AH letters should be addressed very plainly in pen and ink to Helen Brooks, Box 1545, Salt Lake Chy. mgrnti wnsu to remors n brown tartar from the teeth T Thanking you ajiffishlnj yoa hp--) p-iness, SMILfEipSIfe' City, Utah. No, Smiles, .IATj believe this possible aboutthoeyebrows. - A to the eyelash preparation I would b very careful. fVs only those, prepar- -j ations which: art 'guaranteed to bs,' harmless. I do not know that thertf is anything injurious in these pre-parations and have 'never heard oil any one being injured by their usej Go to a dentist and have your teeth! thoroughly cleaned, and then brushi them systematically and thoroughly! every, day with any one of the welfl advertised tooth powders ot pastes, or use common table salt and baking soda, and you can keep your teeth In - splendid condition. You should not try to remove the tartar yourself asj -- , you might injure the enamel of you teeth. ; : " Dear Miss Brooks: I am very interested in your corner,) and think you are a good scout to' answer all the questions we hurl at you. I am a new-com- er and have a few questions. (1) What is the causa of tiny white spots on the face thef sometimes call them white-head- s) and how can I get rid of them? (2) What is the cause and how can I get rid of tiny rash? (3) How can one curl their hair best, without injuring it! Thank you, and best wishes, DREAMY EYES OF BLUE, Vernon, Utah.' Thank you so much, Dreamy Eyes. (1) The spots you mention are similar to black heads and require the same treatment. Use a good cleansing cream . instead of sqap and water and give them a good steam bath occasionally. (2) Just what the cause of your rash may be, I do not know, but if you send me your name and stampei-w- -' . vclope I will be happy to give yo, tho name of a preparation which I believe will cure it, and also some toil-et preparations which you should use. (3) Use the fabric covered curlers' which protects the hair from the metal. Dear Miss Brooks: I read your corner in the paper every Friday and I enjoy it very much. Fo I am writing to see if you can answer my questions. (1) I am both-ered with pimples very much. I sure would like to get rid of them. Could you advise something for themtj (2) Is it proper for a girl to write to a boy first, or should the boy write first? (3) When a girl first meets a, boy and he takes her home, is it pro- -j per for him to put his arm around her? If he does should she tell him not to? (4) Could you tell me something to, do for my hair? It seems dead and vjll not grow. It is split at the end very bad. Thanking you very kindly, SHORTY, Panguitch, Utah.! If you will send your full name and a stamped envelope I will send you the name of a preparation which will cure your pimples, also for your hair. (2) You should let the boy write first always, my dear. (3) Most sure-ly you should tell him not to, and in language which he cannot mistake. He is certainly not showing much respect for you, if he attempts to become so familiar at your first meeting. Don't you think so? UTAHNA, UTAH If you will write me and give your full name and ad-dress I have a communication which may interest you. My Dear Miss Brooks: I am very interested in "Our Cor-ner" and would like to have you an-swer a few questions, please. How many times has Mary Pickford been married, and who did she marry? (2) What ' happened to Fatty Arbuckle ? (3) What ia a good way for a girl or boy to earn money to go to school with? v Thankhtf 70u very heartily, and wishing yeu lota ef good luck, I am, K. TOWN, Utah. (1) Mary Pickford has been married twice. Her first husband was Owen Moore, whom she divorced. Her pres-ent husband Is Douglas Fairbanks'. (2) Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle, accord-in- g to report is touring the Orient. He was acquitted of the charge against him in his recent trial. (3) Just what you could do to earn money in your particular locality, would be hard for me to say.. If you are at all adapted to salesmanship you can make quite a nice little sum by obtaining subscriptions for a popular farm pa-per or magazine, from a well known publishing house. You could also do this work nicely after school hours. If I can be of further assistance to you let me hear from you. Dear Helen Brooks: Will you please answer the follow-ing for me? (1) What kind of cleansing cream is the best when the complexion is neither dry nor oily, and when oily? v (2) When one's hair is coming out, what would you recommend to use to stop it from coming out, and promote its growth? (3) Do low heel shoes make a fleshy persona' legs and feet look larger? (4) - Who was the inventor of the Radio? (5) . Is there high and low power Radios? Hoping it isn't too much bother to answer these questions, I m, A READER, G. M., Utah. ( 1 ) Send stamped addressed envel-ope and I will send you the name of some toilet articles which are thor-oughly reliable. This applies to question two, also. (3) No, I think just the reverse is true, high, French heels making the ankles and limbs look larger, at least. (4) In 1888, Heinrich Hertz, a German, paved the way for the development of wireless telegraphy, when he proved by experi-ment that waves of electricity follow the same laws as light waves, and showed how to produce electric waves, and detect them by physical means. Starting with these princiaJes, by adaptation and improvement of exist-ing inventions for detecting electric waves, in 1896 William Marconi, an Anglo-Italia- n, originated the first long distance wireless telegraph. In December of 1901, he had so improved his apparatus as to be able to signal across the Atlantic. (5) Yes, there is high and low power Radio. High pow-er is classified as 75 K. W. (75,000) watts) or more. Low power is clas-sified as under that quantity of pow-er. Ordinary stations are equipped with 5 K. W. United States battleships are generally supplied with 15 K. W. Dear Miss Brooks: ,1 read your corner and think your answers grand. Miss Brooks, will you publish in your comer "The Blue Vel-vet Band?" I am, your affectionate friend, JERRY, Tin Can Alley, Utah. I have been unable to find any poetry by the title mentioned. Per-haps if you would make the third word, The Blue Band, more plain, I could locate it for you. Dear Miss Broeks: I am very interested in "our cor-ner" and hope I am worthy to be-come a member. Would you please an-swer some questions for me? How old should a girl be before go-ing out with the boys ? Could you tell me some way of re-ducing tny weight? I am 18 and weigh 145 pounds. Your true friend, WONDERING, Moroni, Utah. (1) My dear, a girl should be at least sixteen before going with the boys. While a great many girl now-adays begin attending public affairs alone or with boys while as young as twelve or thirteen, it is far from pro-per or advisable. I do not mean that you should stay at home, but go under the protection of a chaperon. This ia a custom followed by all people of cul-ture and refinement. (2) It depends upon your height as well as your age just what you should weigh. If you wish to reduce avoid all sweets and fats in so far as possible. Walk all you possibly can and all other forms of outdoor exercise, and do it daily, for keeping everlastingly at it is the only way we can accomplish anything especially reducing. Dear Miss Brooks: Like others I seek advice. Would you please answer a ffw questions for me. Would you please give me tho address of Rome store for music otwl words as follows: "The Shiek." "Re My Rainbow," "I Wish I Knew," "Just a Little Love Song," and f. r how much ? Thanking you very much, WANDA, Uta'-.- . i Any of the numerous music houses whose advertisements appear in the Salt Lake daily papers can furnish you with words and music of pieces mentioned at about 30 cents each. Dear Miss Brooks: I .m troubled in my Bee Hive work jand want you to answer my ques-tion. Give ten reasons why we should have the colombine for our national flower. Thanks in advance, GOLDEN LOCKS. Look in your paper under date of July 6th and you will find your ques-tion answered, as "Waiting," of Man-t- i, Utah, has asked the same ques-tion. : Dear Miss Brooks': I have been reading your answers to different questions and I am in-deed pleased with the way you an-swer questions. I would like you to answer a few for me if it isn't too much bother. 1. How tall is Rudolph Valentino? 2. Where is Carlyle Blackwell? 3. Does Graldine Farrar ever act in the moving pictures and what is her address, and can a picture of her be gotten? ' Thanking you very much, I am, yours truly, CARMEN, Salt Lake City. Thanks, Carmen. Rudolph Valentino is 5 feet and 11 inches in height and weighs 156 pounds. Carlyle Black-we- ll is in Europe at present. Geral-dine-Farr- ar has acted in the movies but not at the present time. Her permanent address ia, The Metropol-itan Opera House, New York City. I know of no place you could get her picture. . v Dear Miss Brooks: I read your corner in the paper and as you are able to help other girls, I wonder if you could help me? Is it all right for a boy to go with a girl that is three years older than himself? (2) What is the age and address of Elmo Lincoln and Eugene O'Brian? Sincerely yours,' BLOND, Twin Falls, Idaho. (1) Yes, it is all right if you are both old enough to be going together at alL (2) Elmo Lincoln was born Feb. 6, 1889, which would make him 33, wouldn't it, and his address is Univer-sal Studios, Universal City, Calif. Eugene O'Brian was born in 1884, making him 38 years old, and his ad-dress is care of United Studios, Holly-wood, Calif. Dear Miss Brooks: I read your corner in the paper ev-ery Friday night, and get much help from the questions others ask you. I've come to yon before and received great help. I guess you remember me. I would like to get the catalog of plays and prices. T. C. T., Payson, Utah. Yes, T. C T., I remember you, and am glad to hear from you again. The catalog of plays has been mailed to you. Dear Miss Brooks: I am a constant reader of "Between You and Me," so am taking the liberty to ask you a few questions myself, as I have found some of your answers very helpful. (1) Is a girl almost 18 years of age too young to be mar-ried? (2) How is a good way to en-tertain an intimate boy friend? (3) What is a very good wedding present for a girl pal? (4) And just one more, dear Miss Brooks, is egg white good for the complexion? Hoping my letter will not take up too much space, I remain with heaps of love, ANXIOUS MILLY, Moroni, Utah. Am glad you are receiving help from our corner. (1) Oh, yes, dear, entirely too young to marry. Think it over and see if I am not right Wait at least three or four more ears. (2) It would scarcely be pos-sible for me to tell you how to enter-tain your bey friend. There are so many things which suggest them-selves under different circumstances, when people are together, music, con-versation, and discussion of any mu-tually pleasant topic, or invite a few friends and play cards, make candy or, oh, there are lots of ways to en-tertain and enjoy your friends. Enter-taining your boy friends is not so much different, when you consider it, than entertaining any of your other friends. (3) Gifts of table linen, silver, cut glass, pictures, candlesticks or electric applianc-es of all kinds1 are always good and very acceptable to newlyweds. (4) I have never heard of egg white for the complexion. How is it used ? I could not advise you as to its use and effect. Dear Miss Brooks: You have helped so many others with puzzlin-- r questions, so I decided to ask you to help me. I have heard if one should pull their eyebrows (what I mean by pullinjr them i3 tc thin them out and make a pood shape) that in time you will po blind. Miss Brooks, do you really think this could he possil'e? Also some of the Rirls fiakl they have heard if one should use a preparation ( the eyelashes to larken them that it has a tendency t injure the siyht. Do you know if anj f the different preparations have ma-terial in them that would injure th " CONTRADICTS THE LADY ViN f.rru( Here is Olog Rodlmlr, grandson of the late KIn Nikolas of . Montenegro, once an ofllcer of the czar's army, now an American citizen and business mnn, "on the Job" at his desk In the Standard Oil company's office in Constantinople. This photo- - graph has JuHt been received In New i York by a friend of Mr. Rodlmlr, and It accompanied r. .ettcr in which he ' vigorously denied the engagement which Mrs. Oscar Ilammerstein had "admitted." At the age of fourteen ' Oleg ran away from a military school, enlisted as a Russian private, was - wounded 32 times, and attained the rank of colonel. Cuptured by the Bol-- ; ehevlkl In Siberia, he escaped, stowed away on a freighter, and next turned . up as a hardware clerk in Clarksburg, Va. Then to New York, where he ob-tained an engagement for a fifteen j y weeks' concert tour (he is a tenor). Illinois Coal Piles Are Dwindling j I j ..,'...'...".". .w, .v,v.v '.w.'.-.- '.".'.v. .v, Tt'li'iw " 111 w A glance at these photographs shows It is high time that coal mining was) resumed in Illinois. Above la the coal yard of a big coke company in South Chicago as it looked last April. Below is the same yard aa it is now. JANET IS FLYING FAN - --V )) i Miss Juljet Moffett, daughter of Ad-- j ' mlral Moffett, head of the neronautl-- eal division of the navy, is a flying Tan. Giant Lawn Checkers Is the Latest ?rty TJ-J&Pr-g ' cMC - H i 's " Mar '' "mr JrZd-'-- . 1 rT . . fr "Wi riWuiniiillaiirflllHifillOilirniiiir inn infinwn. nm wiWuniiiiaiiMMiil n mi n imniii iii.n .mi Two fair inulds playing the latest game of glunt luwn checkers, invented by Harry Luts of Lake Hopiitcong, N. J. , ROWLAND HALL SSF All Denomination .Writ for CaUlofM. SaltLakaCltr - BUSINESS CO LUCKS I. D. B. BUSINESS COLLEGE. School ef Efficiency. All 1 branch I CaUlo fr. 0 N. Mala St. Salt Laka City. I OLDS MOBILE DEALERS WANTED In Utah. Idaho. Ne-vada, Wyoming. Liberal cooimiation will end reprerntH on request. A. E. TOURSSEN-butrltwto- w, fLEATINA BUTTONS Aeeordlan. Side, Boa Pleating, HemitltehinsV Butte na. Buttonholes. Kid Corset Parlor. 40 E. Broadway. Bait Lake Ctty. SEE TOUR PUBLISHER Take year Book Blndinc-a- ny kind to yoor lo-cal printer. Letth'i Trade Bindery, Salt Lake.. UTAH METAL WORKS. MTg'a Type Metals. Salt Lake City. GEE-GE- E TONIC 1 Caaranteed Eczema aad DaKraff Core) For Sale by Leading Drug glsta Gee-Ge- e Company, Salt Uf-- e City 135 Regent SL Hog Cholera It's a pretty hard lesson to see a fine hard ef ho seemingly healthy today, sick and die tonorrow from Hog Cholera. TWe unfortunate situation has held sway a long time In this section without remedy near at hand. Today however, Teterlnarlans ev-erywhere endorse Antihog Cholera Serum as the one way to save your hogs. A very valuable little booklet "Insure Your Hinr" Is yours for the aklnFRES-Sen-a If. stamp for return poatare of the booklet. It will tell you valuable thingi. Be sure to write your name below plainly, HKl.EN BROOKS DEPARTMENT Roi 1 515. Rat Lake City. Utah I rnrl.ee two enta in stamps for re- - turn pnwtsue on a free copy of "Insure Your Hotr Againot Hog i Cholera" Name ... .. . 8 i.reet S'at DIRECTS WOMEN'S BUREAU . A, M'i It ,V' i -- ti v: y ,.:' " More than eilit million employed romeu are the cl inics of Miss Mary j Anderson, director of the women's bu-reau, I.)'inrtneiit ff I.nlior. It is her function to develop utaiidiirds and ' policies for their employment. 1'tir- - 1ns I two yems thiH hiirenu has investigated cotnlitlon.! n t Id &I.OW e-- jiloyed women In 11 states. Sultan May Sell Palace for a Hotel IE S' II IE U w-'A'- l Ul ! , , , j f '1Uf it ? nn-r- fi rfeaj " - - - ' .If . . . , 'I'lie Sultan .: "aii.iliiir, li;i;n;' performed chief nnd only function tlmt of KpeiKlln Ins roynl sali.iy, only too well, Is In serious financial Ktruits mid his reqiicMs for loan are liein;' ignored. It is calil the Sultan Is ulioi't to Ki ll Ms nijigiiifiet nt palace, the f.i: r.t building in all Zanzibar, tu u hot syndieute.