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NeaVa Mother Has Right Idea Within a few months there will be no more feverish, bil-ious, headachy, con-stipated, pale and puny children. That prophecy would sure-ly come true If every mother con Id &e for herself how quickly, easily, and harm-lessly the bowela of babies and chil-dren are cleansed, regulated, given tone and strength by a product which has proved Its merit and reliability to do what Is claimed for ft to mil-lions of mothers In over fifty years of steadily Increasing use. As mothers And out from using It how children respond to the gentle influence of California Fig Syrup by growing stronger, sturdier and more aetive daily they simply have to tell other mothers about it. That's one of j the reasons for Its overwhelming I sales of over four million bottles a j year. ' A Western mother, Mrs, Neat M. Todd, 1701 West 27th St, Oklahoma' City, Oki- a- says: "When my son, Neal, was three years old be began having constipation. I decided to give him California Fig Syrup and In a few days be was all right and looked line again. This pleased me so much that I have used Fig Syrup ever alnce for ail his colds or little npget spells. It always stops his j trouble quick, strengthens him, makes ' him eat" ' Always ask for California Fig ! Syrup by the full name and see that y the carton bears the word "Call-- i forala." Then you'll get the genuine. 1 "Ob, no, bo Indeed, not bit." chat-tered Miss Jenkins. "Just tbe oppo-site, jou might say. Miriam la aUll aod dark and " "Miriam la very brainy,", Interposed Ginger quickly. "1 thought then couldn't be two," ha said, In a tone of great relief. ' They talked together In tbe com-radely fashion of, parsonage people the world over, aa a family, ona In spirit - r "1 wish f could see your father to- - 111 1 c Hucston by - JrB.u-Mri-- Co, w.n.u- - day," bo said. "J - should feel mora at home in hla pulpit If I knew him personally. Dont jou suppose we could rent a car tonight, and drive out to see him? If a la not too far!" "Eddy .lackaon would coma for us," aald Ginger. "Tub Andrews would take as," sug-gested Marjory.,. , "Mr. Tolllver would bn so pleased such a ulce man," aald alias Jen kins. ' "Cant wa Juat rent a cart I bate to bother your friends and It wouldn't cost much." ' . "But when von take out ten dollars for board," aald 0 Inter warnlngly. "Or perhaps Miss Jenkins here forgot to tell you about It," Marjory added. "I donl recall that aha mentioned It," he aald pleasantly. "It seems very reasonable Indeed." "But when you consider that you only get fifteen Ginger's voice trailed off to a significant alienee. "But we decided that If you ob-jected, we would keep you for eight," encouraged Marjory. "I shouldn't think of objecting." be said. "Quite the contrary. I am sure TORY FROM THI START Id the usually qulst bom ot :. Mr. Tolllver of Had Thrush, Iowa, ills tnotberlaaa daughters, Halan, Miriam and Elian "din- - ar Ella" are busy "grooming' their slater Marjorjr for partici-pation In the "beauty pageant" that evening. With Eddy Jack, eon, prosperous young farmer, her escort. Marjory leaves for i the anticipated triumph. . Over-work has aerlouely affected Sir Tolllver's eyes Marjory wlna tbe beauty prise, 160 00. 8be gives the money to her father to con-au- lt Chicago eperlallete. Olnger meeta Alexander Murdoch. Mr. ' folllvar relume, the doctore glv. 'Ing him little hope, (linger gets an Idea for a "Paraonaga Home for the Blind'' and eollrlts funds She gets reaults at once. Helen 'Is married and leaves the par-aonaga. Mr. Tolllver goes to Ediy Jackeon's farm for a reat Hiram Burkwortb Is engaged aa eubetllute paator. , CHAPTER VContinued Tea, such a nice man. That's your bathroom you needn't be afraid to use It it goes with this room. We back Into the bathroom "'Ain't she sweet 7" " ' Miss Jenkins had gone straight from ber reception of the new mln later to tbe rescue of Ginger Ella for she had rightly interpreted both the sudden crash and the enaulng alienee as Indicative ot disaster In that direction. Unfortunately for that young person, the apple barrel bad nails In It nails that atuck In ward. Olnger, bleeding on both arm, bruised on both knees, and altogether furious, waa further annoyed hy the fact that she waa pinned Into the bar rel by the Inturning nails. At every alight motion to extricate herself, there ware ominous little sounds of tearing cloth spelling mln for the summer frock. Wltb Miss Jenkins help, however, she managed at last slowly, not without pain, to get ber self out of the barrel with only a few minor rents and atalna of blood upon the precloua garment - Some two hours later, Hiram Buc-wort-wltb his moat, ingratiating smile, stepped onf onto the rambler-shade-veranda, where bla eyes fell upon a pleasant picture. Miss Jenkins sat In low rocker, carefully mending putting op wltb me la worth even more." ' "' "And 1 will do your laundry with the girls'," added iilss Jenkins "And there really Isn't much to spend : money for In Red Thrush." They told him of their father, ot bla patience, bla faith, bis sense of hu-mor. They told him of Joplln West-bur-snd the new church. . They told him of Eddy Jackson, at Pay Dirt, "And whose boy friend Is Eddy Jackson?" be asked, reflective eyes on Marjory, sitting stiffly erect in the hammock. "Nobody's Eddy Jackson Isnt that kind," snld Ginger indignantly. "I may as well explain Ginger. I mean Ellen, right at the start." snld Marjory, laughing. "She Is against She thinks they are aim-pl-disgusting. And she tbluks the reat of us even Miss Jenkins are simply man-mad- . Olnger thinks a man who 'paws' should be shot at sunrise, if not sooner." He smiled nnderstandlngiy. "And who, then, la Eddy Jackson T . "Eddy Jackson," exclaimed Olnger. with one of her brond aweeplng ges tures, "la father's beat and dearest and moat Intimate friend, a genuine character, and no base pretender." In the early evening, answering their meek request over the telephone, Eddy Jackson, busy with bis experi-ments, sent one of the college stu-dents , In his car for them and they drove out to the farm. Eddy was still busy In the laboratory, but Mr. Tol-llver waited on the porch for them, with Miriam, and thla to Ginger's speechless fury Alexander Murdock. Without a word to any of them, she have another one at the back. Mar Jory emptied tbe closet for yon, and the bureau drawers are empty. We have supper at six o'clock, and Oh, I forgot to Introduce the girls. But they dldnt come down, did they?" Beneath the bed. Marjory wrlthod In helpless fury at the poor woman's fluttering anxiety. But she went out at last, and closed the door behind her. Marjory lay rigid beneath the bed, hating the young preacher, hating Mlsa Jenkins, despising herself for ber childish curiosity. Her only hope was that quick-witte- d Ginger, missing her, would guess her predicament and devise a scheme to get tne new boarder out of the room for a while. Unfortunately. Ginger was In a pre-dicament of ber own. But Hiram Buckworth knew noth-ing of these unpleasant complications Be put bla bag on a chair, and opened It leisurely. Then be went to the closet, and looked In. Crossed to the windows, snd looked out Stood before the bookshelves examining the titlea of books, now and then taking out S volume for a brief Inspection. "Oh, dear heaven," prayed Marjory, "don't let him get Inspired to write a sermon." Hiram Buckworth left, the book-shelves, and bad a look at the bath-room. He was whistling softly be tween bis teeth. No hymn the tune that he whistled, something light aomething catchy, with rolling ca dencea Presently be broke Into song, low song, barely more than a bum, in a pleasant low voice. "'Now I ask you very Alnt ahe sweet r" Slowly, he removed hla coat shook It out and bung It over the back of the chair, and took off his collar and tie.' From bis bag, he drew out a Hiram Buckworth Looked Hard at Marjory. , a torn new aummer frock, while Gin ger. in a plain flame-colore- d smock, sat on a stool shelling peas. And In the hammock, one a'im foot crossed over the other, both white arms over ber head, lay Marjory, ao still and lovely that Hiram Buckworth caught his breath at sight of ber. . , "I beg pardon," he said pleasantly, "may I come out? t don't have to stay In my room until supper, do It" Marjory sat stiffly upright In the hammock. Ginger shook tbe dust of marched Into the laboratory, com-pletely spoiling a delicate experiment "Eddy Jackson, you double-crosse- d me." ' "1 did not" be denied, quickly fol-lowing her line of thought "I didn't invite blra. He came out by himself this afternoon, and be looked at Mi-riam, and stayed. I don't think he'll ever go home again. And besides, you didn't tell me to keep him sway from anybody but Marjory." This Ginger could not deny, ao, wltb ber U8iml snng frold. she dismissed the tbe garden from her bands, and set the pan of peas on tbe floor at ber side. Miss Jenkins flushed and flut-tered ' anxiously. "Of course not" she stammered. "1 mean, by all means. Come right over. I was going to introduce you to the girls, anyhow." Hiram Buckworth Joined the small group in the shadowy corner. , , "This Is Marjory, Marjory Tolllver," fluttered Miss Jenkins. "Not the ol-destHelen is the oldest but she's married Marjory Is one of tbe twins And this Is Ginger Ells. , Ellen, j mean. We Just rail ber Ginger. She's tbe baby." ,.,, ,.,. ,, , Marjory Indicated the other rocket wltb s graceful gesture of a white hand. - "Do sit down." she said. Hiram Buckworth looked bard at ' ' ' ' Marjory. "Twins," be said.' "It doesnt seem possible." "'' - Marjory's lovely eyes questioned him mutely. ' : ' "Does she, the other twin, look like your ' ; - entire subject and led Eddy put to meet the new minister. , Hiram Buckworth shook hands with hltn cordially. "1 am glad to meet you," he said, "and I am looking for-ward most keenly to knowing your father. I have heard nothing but the recital of bla rare virtues since I reached Red Thrush." "My father?" Eddy was nonplused. "Ton must be mistaken. I have no father, my father Is dead" "Oh, I heg pardon. I see I am mis token. 1 Inferred tt.at It was your father they merely spoke of him as Eddy Jackson, Mr. Tolllver's particu-lar friend and crony." Eddy looked unutterable things. "Ob you mean me. I am Eddy Jackson. The only one." "You? But gracious they said-W- ell, 1 understand My mistake, I see, excuse me." "1 know." Eddy Jackson laughed. "Too mean Ginger Ella, 8ure. She puts me, snd her father, and Moses in the same class. We're all arch-angels together." .... (TO BE CONTINUED) - fresh lot of ties, and selected one with nice discrimination, hla eyea flashing aulck comparisons In color tones from sol to tie,1 " - "Oh, I hope be Isnt going to change bis clothes," thought Marjory, and shut her eyes very tightly indeed. Hiram Buckworth went to the bath-room, and turned both faucets Into tbe tub. Marjory could hear the trickle of the water over hla fingers as he tested th warmth of It " 'Very Marjory, beneath the bed, . waa bathed In cold perspiration. He came deliberately tack Into the room, took shoes from the bag, removed the shoetrees noisily, shook nut fresh shirts snd placed them In the drawer. Finally, from the rack, be chose s thick bath towel. Marjory watching through the sheltering lace fringe saw blm return to the bathroom. Tbe door would he close It? .His band was on. the knob. Yes, he pulled It slowly. It was ajar a little Just a very little The door slammed shut . Not one moment did Marjory' Tol-llver linger beneath that bed. She gathered together all her lithe young muscles, snd with one vigorous Jerk, propelled her slim body from be-neath the bed In the direction of the door, the-- hall' door. She leaped tq her feet and flashed Into tbe hallway. Hiram Buckworth bearing tbe slight sound, the click of the latch, opened tbe bathroom door. ' "Year be called. "What Is Itr The door to the ball stood open. He crossed tbe room, and looked down the corridor. At tbe farther end. he saw. or thought he saw,, the flying Trench beel of a white slipper. "Hsunted," be said to himself. "That's nice." But when be went back Into the room, he not only dosed the door, carefully, but turned the key In the lock as well., - "i ask you very con flden-Mall- y " bs whistled softly as be turned t Scrap&A People Read of m I This Newspaper j 1(. 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To Mothers Mutterole is also mode in milder form for babies tmcHmall children. Ash for Chit-Orm- 's MuttervSk. SALT LAKE FLORAL COMPANY Visit our gTeenhouse. WHOLESALE RETAIL CUT FLOWERS POTTED PLANTS FUNERAL PIECES & DECORATIONS EXPERT DESIGNERS HONEST VALUES DEPENDABLE SERVICE . Very good express service on Tooele Bus line at a very reasonable charge. r PHONE HY. 1118 NITE PHONE HY. 2539 . We telegraph flowers to all leading cities. 1910 SOUTH STATE STREET , STRIKES AND DOCTORS ' 'Rale Holden, the railroad magnate, at a dinner In New fork condemned strikes. "Arbitration la the thing,' be de-clared. "Strikes are Injurious all 'round. "A family man aald dolefully la a club: "'It looks bad, tbla threatened doc-tors' strike.' " 'Tea,' said an undertaker. It wont do my business any good If It cornea ff-'-" Didn't Make tk Si 10 The referee had given a good deal of displeasure to the home team root-er- a Aa he hurried Into hla overcoat in the locker room be aaked the cap-tain: "I've only got three minutes Do you suppose 1 can get the 6:10 back to town?" "On, yea. I think aa There are about lftO people waiting for yon out-side the gate." Sporting and Dra-matic, SCARCELY JOLTED HIM First Motorist Dldn t it upset yoa when you ran over that man? ' Second Motorist Of course not; he was too thic and email for that. Patience "Well, now that you're married I suitose you're finding out all your wife's likes and dislikes?" ".My," said tbe newlywed hopefully, "do you suppose she has any likes!" Huston Transcript End of a Perfect Day Now fade the lancing billboards on the eight. But what Is thla bonking that we heart Alaa, two specks behind, on left and right. Denote two motor ccpa are drawing near. Fair Warning "Nellie, all 1 want for breakfast la two soft-boile- eggs, a cup of cof-fee and a few kind words." - The waitress returned wltb tbe eggs and coffee. "Where are the few kind words?" he asked. "Don't eat the eggs," said Nell. NATURALLY liuna Who's going to nave the lead-ing part in the Undersea Dramatic association's new plnyT Perch Mr. Starfish, of course! I - Plebeian For Information he says "dope." ; With dignity he'e out ot step; . Bis negative la always "nope"; i His confirmation le a "yep." ;; Just So .Tra afraid time spent on the beacb Is wasted, Malzle." "Why so?" "You can't tell who's got money In a bathing suit" Encouraging Kathryn I Intend to marry Billy Bullion in spite of all opposition. Kytte If Billy sees you're real de-termined I don't tbluk he'll oppose you so very long. Taking Chance "Who will drive this car away for $50?" read a sign on tbe old Hunka Scrap parked In the dealer's window. A man stopped at the window, read tbe sign and entered the shop. "I'll take a. chance," he offerej; MVMMHfMMMMHMIWMM IMMMM'IIM "where's the money?" Seam of Burning Coal Keeps Mountain Warm .i two thrown ta. Smoke and steam continuously are Issuing from differ eni points, snd there are numerous deptslts of alum and sulphur. The burning seam probably la 80 feet or mors In thickness, aay the geologists, and la being consumed at the rate of from 120 to 130 yards each century- - The warmth of the raoun tain In winter time attracts cattle, horses, snd wild animals. , - ..j: ' A unique, Australian phenomenon ia the "Burning Mountain", at-- Wlngen in northern New 8outb Wales, whlcb scientists say has been on Ore 1,000 years. According to s party of geologists who have Just returned from an ex-ploration of the mountain, says an Associated Press dispatch from-Sydne-there lies below the surface a burning coal seam. Long before Eu-ropean settlement In Australia "Burn-ing Mountain" was known to the aborigines, and to-- them It owes Its name, Wlngen, signifying "fire." ' , Tbe geologists report that tbe sum mit presents the appearance of the debris ot s vast block of buildings consumed by fire with an explosion or English Humor Algernon (reading Joke) Fancy this, Percy: A chap thinks that a foot-ball coach has four wheels. Percy Haw, haw I . And how many wheels has the bally thing? r , Economy ia Lighting "Sandy, I dinna like the way ye drive so close to tbe car ahead. An it's night too." "Whisht ye. woman, Dlnna ye ken that I can turn off ma headlights that way an' save the battery?" Still tho Rosponsibto Party "Does your wife drive from the back seat?" "No," answered Mr. Cbugglna, "She offers suggestions; but she leaves it up to me when It comes to paying the fines." " "Deben tores" The word "delienture" means s cus-tomhouse certificate given to an Im-porteror an exporter of goods to the effect that he la entitled to a drawback on tbe duty assessed. A Littlo Difference Tourist My deab young lady. 1 don't like to remark, but I object to your bathing suit. Lady Buther Oh I How you talk! They wouliln t alio me to b.ulie wltti out It What'U It Buy? They claim money Isn't aa valuable as U was, but we notice the Informa-tion Editor In one of his helpful re-plies oars m 50-ce- piece dated 1814 and In drat class oondltlon is worth 60 cents. Detroit News. taken for deposit with the law courts. The New Tork Title and Mortgage company was slumped on tbe legality of this rimed will : "All my earthly goods 1 have In More, To my dear wife I leave forevermore; I freely give, no limit do I fix, ' This is my will and she the executrix." Legality of Wills v., . - . ' .... t When a Trench sailor died recrntlj It was found he bad written bit will on bla chest It resd: "I leave my all to Susanne." Suzanne tried to col-lect but the French courts ruled that the will waa not a legal document In thla question was brought up when s man had his will tattooed on his back. A British official aald that If the tattooed will were the only one remaining a photograph could be Lite Man Pa Aren't you nsluiun-.- i f yniirddi to tiiml lil,' llils ovei h mor- - u!. sling? Act I'ke tt iii.iti SillllS- - TI l n i tl- - Hlilf V" - i ( iji: if y . i ' Why Matrimony Fails On reason why matrimony suc-ceeded in the old days was because tbe girl didn't sigh and say : "Thank goodness; I needn't work any more.' San Francisco Chronicle, Church Tbisvet on Grill Theft of religious ankles from churches In Italy Is being punished severely since application of canon low to the kingdom.