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H SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1922
I PL. GROVL. LOCALS "
Wjii Choicest Cldor imd Matt Vinegar
WBM t H. U Clark's.
H .'M -
HjKf Mrs. II. V. Clark nnd baby Bpont
Hf1?' Thursday In American Fork, visiting
K'it her mother, Mrs. Willnrd Shlptoy.
Hj ' Wm. Ilooloy was operated upon
KjH Wednesday for appondlcltls. He Is ro-
. , ported to bo recovoiing nicely.
, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Innon of Am.
Hn orlcan Fork, spent Monday horo on
Hr , huslncss.
MiAi- Mrs. K. J. McCowan of Salt Lako
gift - is spending the woek horo with hor
ftgtl Bsoihor, Mrs. J. A. Dlckcrson.
mil Special price on dishes nnd kltch.
Ejoij hardware at II. U Clark's
Wl V Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Chlpman of
Btu j) American Fork, wore business vlslt-
lnd on In Pleasant Grovo Monday.
frlfl Mrs. J, Banford Walker of Ameri.
fits' j ' can Fork, spent Sunday hero with
ir I relatlyes.
ic' J Mrs, Sid Williams and hor moth-
" L er, Mrs. Ella Halllday hare beea Tls.
1 , King .relatives here this week.
Cl, f. Our fall line of ladles' and chll.
t0jf dren's hosiery, in latest styles and
Y weaves. Just in today. Pleasant Qrovo
N Merc. Co.
tv' I - Our fall lino of ladles' nnd chll.
'jo' j" droa's hosiery, In latest styles and
''. weaves Just In today. Pleasant Grove
1 II -
'h Auction Sale, Sopt. 26th of live
; Stock and farm machinery at 398
f, i '' East State Road. Look for bills and
ijj;- ad In next week paper. Up.
i I Bruce Allen, Jr., or Payson, grand.
I jjj son of II. L. Clark:, was operated up-
( no at Provo Thursday morning. He
i is reported to be doing nlcoly.
4, ' j A beby boy arrived at the homo
L' 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Atma Peck Wednes.
" j day morning. All concerned doing
J Irving Smith loft Tuesday for
AacoBda, Mont., where ho expects to
develop his muscles, having occopted
, I j jj m yoeltloa la a foaadry than.
I' i an Tho marshall reports that oveyono
I jj seems to be behaving In n nice way
' i jh as there has not been nn arrest made
, fen nearly two months.
' j Marjorlc Allrcd roturnod homo
' TYIday aftor spending throe days at
' Spring City, San Pete County, visit.
1 1 ! ' relatives.
Ill"" . rv '
, l : Rood Warnlck Is now acting as
I ' vornmont fruit Inspector for this
j vicinity. The peach crop is now
I taking all his attention.
, j Ruby Wright was n Salt Lako vis.
V Jtor Sunday, guest of rolatlvcs and
I Opal Went tins accepted n position
' I to toach school in tho Vernal Junior
j High. Sho loft Friday for that place
-. i i i to take up her work.
j ) i Mr. nud Mrs. Errul Ilallldiiy aro
1 rejoicing ovor tho arrival of n baby
j j boy, born Monday, Mother and babo
, , doing fine.
I) Km. L. 8. Hardy, who has spent
i tho past month hero viHltlng her
) sister, Mrrt. Alice Starloy Wells, left
i Tuesday for f.oug Bench, Calif, whoro
! sho will mnko her homo.
I Mr. and Mm. Hollo Thornton mo.
'! torcd to Salt Iko Wednesday. The
i Jlny was flpint In visiting and shop-
1 1 ring.
( Mr. am) Mrs. Theo NiihIi returned
( home Sunday after spending a few
I days visiting In Alplno with rcl-
1 at Ives,
j Thoro win n large number of loc.
a! peoplo who attended tho Mutual
j Convention nnd tlio Union and Priest.
hood mooting In Amorlcan Fork
'' Annlo Kirk entertained at a slum-
A bor party Friday night. Those pro.
rj! sent were; Opal West, Thelmn Shooll,
r" i Ornco Hillman, LouIbq Sliool nnd Lu.
m,i i die Pouleon.
I sift, j Mr. und Mrs. Q. L. Uczzant mo.
torcd to Kanoeh Thursday of last
fa ' weok to tako Mario Gloason, Mar-
f garct Wnlkor and Roso Dezzant who
kj will teaoh rchool In thnt vicinity
i this year.
j; A nifty fot or young men's suits,
vLt hats, nnd caps. Just arrived today.
KjJj Wo cun fl6 nny tosto or purso in
Bjn clothing, slices, hats, caps, shirts or
rljn nockwear fp'r tho school boy. Pl-
I '; oasant Grov More. Co'. j ,
-j i ii n n. i . n.ii. n . . iii ("! jr1
I Mrs. Ella Williams wnB a Salt
'Inko visitor with friends Monday.
Eliza Armllstcad mado a business
trip to Salt Lnko Friday.
! Oraco Hillman loft Friday for
Marysvnlo whoro sho will bo omploy
ud, IuulIiIuk school this year.
Mrs. Mary Robins returned Mon
day evening after spending a month
visiting relatives In various parts of
Mrs. 1). 0. UnebttUgh, Tholma West
Poari Warburtnn and Mrs. Ella Will,
lams enjoyed ft motor trip to Provo
C. Owen Draper returned home
Friday aftor "touring tho country",
for a month. Ho left again Tuesday
for Salt Uiko whoro where ho will
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Peoples of
8alt Ixike aro spending a two wcoks
visit here with their paronts, Mr.
and Mrs. Wiley Nebokor.
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Lecta
Miller and Mildred MaWn left by
motor Wednesday for the Vernal
country. Miss Miller will toach at
N'eola -and Miss Makln will teach at
Harding this year.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Clark and
daughter; Mrs. Wlllard Shipley of
American Fork; Mrs. Wra. Fltsgeruld
of Soldier Summit, motored to Salt
take Saturday and spent tho day.
Hugh Nebokor has accepted a pos
ition In the H. It. Clark store. Hugh
Is well known here and well liked,
and his many friends wish him sue
The Relict Society conference will
bo hold In Iho ward chapel Sunday
afternoon In connection with the reg.
tilar sacrumont meeting. The sing.
Ing will bo under tho direction of
tho Relief Society Chorister, Mrs.
Corn At wood. A reviow of the lit.
ernry lessons will be glvon, by Mrs.
Aitena Swenson;' a talk will he glv
on on' tho subject of Charity by Mrs.
I.uolln Hoi man; Maud Warnlck as
secretary will glvo a report of tho
year's work, nnd Pros. Christina
Warnlck will glvo a roport of the
work accomplished by tho organlza.
tlon. Relief Society Htako Uoard
mombers will bo prcecntv All aro
cordially Invited to attend, .,
The following M, l". A. officers at
tended the St. I. A, convention at
Amorlcan Fork Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Warnlck, George Pau, ,Dlalno
Wanilck, loon Johnson, C. Ik War.
nick Merrill Wnrnlck, Mrs. Mary
Monson, Mrs. Cora Atwood, Mrs. Ad.
ena Swenson, Mrs. Anglo .Warnlck.
Cbrlutic Johnson, and Hannah Mon.
Miss Kfflo Warnlck has gone to
Provo whore Bho will touch Ilomostlo
Art In tho n. Y. U. j
School opened horo Monday with a!
small pcrcentngo of tho advanced
students present. Tho heavy peach!
crop Is glvon as the cause of this as
'all holp nvallablo Is used In tho or.
(chords. Mrs. Josso Wadley Is prln.
olpal and will tench the Cth. Clh, 7th,
and 8th grades. Miss Arovn West
will tonch tho 2nd, 3rd and Ith
grades. Tho rirst four grndes will
hnvo hut half-day sessions.
11. V. Swenson and Heed Wnrnlck
aro kept busy nowadays hiBpcctlng
peaches which nro being shipped.
Air. and mVh. C. Warnlck, Mls
Kfflo Wn'mlck, Mr nnd Mrs. Nephl
l- Morris and family, Or. and Mrs.
JHay Lund nnd famlly'Mr. and Mrs.
Ren L. Hlrh nnd son, or Salt Lako,
. formed n party and npont Saturday
(In Amorlcan Fork ranyaii. Tho par.
i ty mado tho lillto to tho Hiimmlt of
i The recul glwn by tho pupils
jof .Mrs. Elva plpln Sunday evening
was woll attended and appreciated.
I Ten pupils rendered piano selections,
lu addition to which Misses UiHae
Uuckwulti'r and Tholma Holey of
American Fork gavo vocal solos, and
Mrs. Olpln sang "Sing Sweet lllrd"
to tho dollght and appreciation of
nil (yesent. All of tho pupils, tho
having had comparatively fow les.
sons, did remarkably woll.
, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Warnlck wero
visitors In Provo Tuesday.
.Miss Arvella Meredith will attend
tho li. V.-II. this term.
MIks Arova West, of Pleasant Orovo
Is teaching school n Manila this term
tind. alio will make her homo with
her. aliitcr,' Mrmi A P. Warnlck.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1922 I'
AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN .
UTAH WEEKLY INDUS- .
TRIAL REVIEW i
Garland to get now store.
Payson to Spanish Fork road by
way or Benjamin to bo ready for
travel first part of October.
Salt Lake building in 1922 expect
ed to excoed all formor years. Over
400 new buildings either completed
Now Power line bolng, built from
Santnnuln to Eureka.
Utah school cost low in comparison
with other states. '
Price Methodists to build $35,000
Ogdcn Utah National bank ro.
Gunnison Plans mado tor pea
Ogden Storm sewer to be con.
stnicted on Forteith srtcet at cost Of
Gunnison Central Utah farmers
perfect co-operative marketing or.
Proro Utah county expects to ship
moro than GO carloads pears this
Price 40,000 ncro Irrigation dls.
trlct planned. Will cost $800,000.
Hardsurfaclng of road from Ben.
Jamin to take Shore urged.
Tnx rates of Karto county show de
crease. White Rocks Work starts on fish
Vernal New telephone line to bo
built from Leotnn to Ijipolnt.
Payson Syndicate mine opens up
rich galena ore.
American Fork Alpine school dls.
trict to get gymnasium.
Payson Streets of business sec
tion to have now lights.
San Juan Monumental well again
San Juan county taxing units have
practically doubled ovory tax rate
slnco 1910 and excepting one or two
instances havo mado no reduction
Jcylcfl, according to tho tabulations
rolcascd by state board of equalis
ation. TRRKK PROPOSED AMENDXKNT8
Thoro are ponding in Utah three
proposed constitutional amendments
affecting stato expenses and taxation
Theso nmendmonts wero Inltatcd
by tho legislature and are up for
voto of tho people In the November
Ono of theso amendments, propose.
Increased compensation legislators
from $0.00 to $8.00 a day, ,or from
$240 to $480 for tho CO day session.
Thero Is no ovidenco that a differ,
ont class of men would go to tho
legislature by tho Increase of four
dollars a day. Most men who. get In
to tho legislature 'consider th.o tltlo of
"Hon" worth moro than any salary.
Another amendment would ratio
tho limitation on state Indebedlnbsx
from 1.5 per coat to two per cent of
tho assossid valuation.
j This' Is clearly nn act If sanctioned
by tho voters, to plungo tho state
farther In debt for bonds and In-
Icreaso tho annual Interest burden
i on tho tnx payer.
' Another amendment Is one propos.
ing to glvo tho legislature power to
Classify property for purposes of tax.
atlon and does not affect mining
Arguments for and against these
amendments aro to bo mnlled to the
enters of the stato.
Orvnl Ixirson received a now radio
, set Tuesday from Salt tako. Ho ex.
i poets to hnvo It set up and ready
:to oporato In tho near future
l Given New Jaw.
j A French nrs"iirii mimed Vlalla,
' whovp lower Jiiu was blown away by
' txplniip4 In llu World war, bus been
' rt'oomtructi'd with complete set of
j felc tet'tli ami :i ribher tongue. He
lh now iiMf to lull; nnd sing.
Why She I a M'ippln"
llnw and why the word p!iln"
'tr hiiiltc into the slung langi!,.)':, s
nm Knuun ricKnlti-ly, lm the v.cd U
i .in AngllelMii fnrin uf Hid tut-t'.levnl
I I ri'iieh wiinl pefiln. which u.. n ..ceil
j ir M-edllng. When mi .ii :o,r if
' the Dark Agw prodii-vit u- riei
I lio ciille, it Micli-iin-l si. h - p.t.ir.. ft
j Is Mihl.thnt then Ik no v'e "lock
Hint Ih more th.m HX) yor..u old. though
tho Miitrjliciit would !0 M;.r,l to nM'
A Ynrkvliliv pippin micu bu :y oM
nnd a pcurmuln may :.o dc. .mhd
from the ln.vs of tin.- Itonins
A very stout iniin nioiniicil i!i unites
in a downtown ilrugstore the oincr l.iy
nnd dropped u pehny In the slot
There wns wiijh wuli, und the clunk
ing nnd rattling of the Inward of the
contraption, nnd dw pointer finally
rnme to rest somewhere not fur from
the 800 iniirk. There was an unceen
witness 'to tho, ceremony, und. ah the
fat mnn wocfijll) I'tiiitrmpUteil the re
sult, tho mlny or n wi'il umtfl hoy
plpetl up fntui -behind hln Say Mis
'er how man; lliuo did It go
tContlnued from Am. Fork 1st, pale)
ourselvos and tho oltlcors olected by
ut to tho enforcement of tbo laws
unnn tho statute books, and to render
Mich aid to tho oMlcors that "Law and
Order" shall provall.
12. That wo favor water conser
vation nnd drainage and commend
tho work of tho Stnto water storago
ALFRED L. I100TII, Chairman.
j. j, HAYK8, Secrotary.
All candidates wero nominated by
HcclalmatlonH, expecting those for
County Commissioners and for Coun
ty Recorder. Tho only fight in tho
convention was for tho office of 4.
year county commissioner. Those
nominated wero nraxlon narnott, or
Payson: Charles H. W'rlght of Provo;
Jwllo U Dunncll of take View. On
tho first bnllott Burnett got 35,
Wright 150, nnd Uunnell 109. As
Wright did not receive the majority
votes a Becond ballot was necessary
which resulted as follows'. Harnett
31, Wright 171 and Uunnell 00, giving
Mr. Wright tho nomination.
For twn.year torm County Commls.
slonor Spanish Fork nominated Fred
Matley; Payson nominated Braxton
Harnett and Goshen nomlanted John
Roborts. Matley won on the first
ballot; Jtho votes standing Matloy
183, Harnett 103 and Roberts 8.
For County Recorder, LIHIo Allrcd
of Provo and Warren V. Clark of Al
pine were placed in nomination. Miss
Allred won, w.th a vote of 183, as
ngoust 108 for Clark.
Thero wero no contests for any of
tho other offecs, most of them are
present Incumbents who aro renom
inated for another torm.
Bcsolutlons of condolonco wero
passed upon as follows:
Resolutions of Condolence
Wheroas Dlvlno Providence has
seen fit to call to the Great Beyond,
our esteemed fellow citizen Jesso M.
Harmon, whose active life and de.
votlon to Public Service has endear,
ed him to ono and -all with whom
ho came in contact.
Wo realize in his death that tho
family lost a kind and loving husband
nnd father; tho Nation a patriotic and
loyal citizen; and the County a true
nnd efficient Public Official.
Wo, tho Republicans In Convention
assembled do hereby condole and ten
der to his family and friends stneera
sympathy In tholr sad beroavemont.
We boroby rpcommend thnt a copy
of, thorio Resolutions bo published In
tho nowspnpors and n copy presented
to the family.
D. T. Lewis,
J. T. Gardner,
Congratulations wore ordered wir.
ed to Gcorgo Sutherland, slpned "Utah
Tho organization of' the Central
Committee was called for and ecali
chairman submitted two names to
represent the respective precincts The
mombors of tho coinmlttoo from Am.
orlcnn Fork will be U. 3. Kershaw,
nnd J. M. Wnlker; for Pleasant
Orovo C. L. Warnlck nnd J. D.
Thorno; for Alpine, Fred C. Clark
and Benjamin Bates; Lohl, Herbert
Taylor nnd Mrs. W. A. Knight. Tho
mombor or this committee will meet
In Provo next Wednesday morning.
Tho convention adjourned about 5
o'clock and wns declared to havo
been ono of tho most harmonious In
tho history of the county.
Tho commltteo In chnrgo express
ed tholr appreciation for tho splen.
did ontertalnmcnt received whllo In
tho city, and especially tho delicious
dinner served by the Rollef Society.
Much credit Is duo to tho local
chairman, Byron S. ICersnaw nnd his
commltteo of untiring workers for
tho success of tho first county con.
vontlou hold In American Fork for
I In the ovenng a band concert on
Main street and a dnnco In tho Apol.
lo Hall wns woll attended and con"
eluded n most successful day.
"T.V-e Him Down a Pea"
To take n prson down n peg or
two Is to rniif-o him to suffer In
dignity. The expression ionics from
the fustiuii of lowerln ' a ship's ling
which Wri'iMiliitt'd by a line iittmhed
to peg. Tin- li'uher thu kIiIii'm colors
sre riilMil In Milntln. the greater the
(), lcl;cl wuy to make nn nil-round
Miiertriin out of ii new nrrlvnl Is to
M'Ik'Ii hln'i to talk our language. In
this Held, niiturnlled aliens con per
form n poerfulcrvlco for tho coun
try they hnvo nd6pted or, which bus
adopted them, f you want to split
m(rs. Government announces that
tho Inst census showed M'sS.OIS In
our country, ten years older, uniible to
sijwik jKnglUh. The other 69 per cent
of,o'u'r foreign-born population speak
English often better than the natlve
boro. - I
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This ii your conwr. Make use ol it for your mformatioa on queitioar HlRUinL
that are puzzling you. It will be my pleasure and privilege to answer care- W
fully and promptly all questions submitted to rae. Your full name nt I
address must accompany each letter sent. For special information seal I
stamped envelope. All communications will always be held in absolute cosv
All letters should be addressed very plainly ia pen and-ink t k !",n!
Helen Brooks. Box 1545. Salt Uk City. frt a
d Mrs. A"1
Dear Miss Brooks:
I have been going with a young
man for nearly ten months. I don't
care to go out much now at night, it
is getting so near school time, and I
am taking a summer course. It Is
too hard to go nights and go to school
days. Whnt shall I do? Thanking
you for your odvire, I am as before,
a member of your corner,
YoU are very sensible in your conclusion-
It is not possible for a girl
to do good work in school nnd be out
late at night, so I would explain this
very carefully to the young man and
I am sure he will see your side of It
If not you had better sacrifice his
friendship rsthcr than let him be a
handicap to your school work.
Dear Miss Brooks:
I greatly enjoy reading "Just Be
tween You and Me," and I wonder if
you could tell me how to pod peas.
It takes so long to shell them .by
hand. Hope this isn't too much trou
ble. Wishing you great succeaa with
L- A. W., Wyo.
If the peas are perfect, without in
sects of any sort, yon mar wash care
fully and put them in a kettle of wa
ter and at tfcey boil the pods will
open, allowing the peat to sottle to
the bottom, the pods remaining on
top to be skimmed off.
Dear Miss Brooks:
Will. you pleaso send me the name
and address of the person that wanted
the words to the song that goes thus:
"I've loved you always, I have been
true, my heart doth heat for no one
but you." I have just been able to
secure them, and will mail the song
to them at once. Wishing success o
you, I remain your friend,
Miss Edna Thurgood, Clearfield,
Thank you. Edna.
My.Other Boy, Xanana, Utah.
You will see that this little lady has
tho song you r.-quested, so .you ,mny
write to her ani sho will be glad to
send it to you. As you did not send us
your full name, we were unable to
send it to her- '
Dear Miss Brooks:
I enjoy "Our Corner" very much
and have had a number of questions
answered for me without writing.
Nevertheless, I would like to ask a
few questions. (1) Is harm
ful to the hair or scalp? (2) What Is
the name of Rudolph Valentino's lat
est picture and who. is he starred
with? (3) Would you please print the
words to the song "Kiss He Again?"
Thanking, you very much, with
oodles of best wishes. I am,
JUST A MERE FRIEND,
Weit Pointy Utah.
(1) The article mentioned l ab
solutely harmlost to the hair er scalp.
(2) "Blood and Sand" is Rudolph Vnl
enrino's latest picture. Lila I,ce and
NiUi Naldl arc starring with him in
this picture. (3) Your song can bo pur
chased in tho music shops for forty
cents, so will have to refer you to
thenl, as space forbids printing only
such songs as are difficult to obtain.
Dear Miss Brooks:
I wrote to you some time ago but
received no answer, but will try it
again. Will you pleaso answer these
I questions for me? What is a true
I friend? What U n good sport?
wishlng,you good luck, from your
POLLY, Cedar City.
Do not be impatient, dear Polly.
Your second letter arrived before wo
had reached your first. If you will
nad tho instructions at tho head of
this column you will see we ask you to
send your name nnd addrcsi. so you
can receive more prompt attention.
e can place only a limited amount in
each week nnd if wo havo your namo
'j can send your reply in a personal
,. J'h diclionary defines friend ns
"One loving or attached to another;
un intimate acquaintance; a favorer."
This Kime dictionary defines sport as
"One who wears ostentatiously In
public; as, to sport a watch or cane;
to havo a certain manner; as, to sport
n smile; ono who spends lavishly." So
a true friend brings to our mind one
who is willing and glad to assist you
in any way possible, through pros
perity or reverses, in health and in
sickness; ono who comes into your
home nnd somehow seems to "fit in"
and you like to see them come; ono
with whom you can exchange confl
dencesj knowing It will be held sacred.
V sport brings to mird one who dresi
es conspicuously, Is boisterous in his
fictions, spends money freely on those
things which make n show and whoso
friendship Is fluting. How often wo
hr.ve heard the expnssion "Oh. be a
snort "meaning, do tho daring, cxpen
"ivo thing, the thing which, in most
Instances our better s-elf tells us is
not proper or safe to do.
Dear Miss Helen Brooks:
We hope we will be allowed to en
ter "Your Corner." We are very
puzzled about the following questions;
i$wUkght-W0.iWouW a?k your dvI
(l)'What is tho meaning of the fol-
lowjhg namest tMna, Ira, At! en.
W' K- Wavie, Geneva, Ze mat
2) .What would be the best studies
for a girl to take who desired to be"
omp a nurse? (a)- Jg- 'oniUtice Tfll-
'4) VKJili k nd cfV.fcwdcr I? Wt'for
. heUl 1
a girl to use, liquid or dry.? (5) When 4 itft Frld
could we find the following books- - o War
"Tho Shlok," "Tho Millionaire Baby." ' B'
and "My Lady of tha North?" (6) Th PC0
Where could we find a book of plays I 'UoWworc'
for Bee Hive pirls? (7) How far be. I trash Mo
low her knees should a girl of four- I no Oil
teen wear her dresses? W B"
Yours truly, . tolo, y
EIGHT FRIENDS of Iron County, Ut. w Mrs- M
(1) Sorry I can only find the mean- I The Ufl
Ing of the following names for you: . ho t
Edna means "Ploksure,' Ira, "A '.,.
Watcher,'' Marget, "A Fenrl." (2) r I "
would suggest domestic 'science, phyu ,1 with the t
sics, chemistry. (3) Constance Talr ' a solo "
mage is married. Her husband is John. -... M
a Pialoglou. (4) Dry powd'r is pref- " g ..
erable. The liquid Is Inclined to dor I fc),lne '
tho pores and cause blackheads. (6)A1F I tontolatlo
tho books you mentioned can be oh- retTed, V
taincd in the book stores of Salt Lake. a mW 3
(8) Send stamped envelope and name " ',
nnd I will hnvo catalogue of plays ' tn
sent to you. Read instructions at head Coun
of column and always send, your name. I told of '
(7) About four inches .would be cor- I sotherho
rect- H ,
Dear Miss Brooka: I !L,,i0
I snre enjoy reading "Our Corner," " ?
and like others will take the privilege Tbe -
of asking a few questions. tuns by
(1) Could you give me a remedy Mrs. Ml
for warm feet? Th c
(2) Can you tell me how to taks '! ,
bullbeny stainea off a colored npron? ""
(3) Will you please .pabllsh the Uken t
words' to "Dolly Grey?" where 1
PETE-OLEY FROM NORWAY, dedl
t (1) Bathing the feet In salt water I Te
Is "very beneficial, and any of the ' husbam
various foot powders aro cooling and' ) A psrentf
restful to tha feet. (2) There doe Meters
not seem to be anything which will
take fruit staines out of goods with- I
out taking the color also. Boiling wa- Deleg
ter will remove fruit stain. Suppose I
you try it on a piece of your goods? I
Stretch your goods over a dish and
pour the boiling water slowly on the The
spot- until the stain disappears. (3) the cl
Sorry I-could not find your song. Per- -.n ,
haps some orte will see this and send it I ,! ,
in, as some have so kindly, done. It m
It very difficult to locate the old pop- I Twi
ular songs. atteni
Dear Miss Brooks: ' W deleg
I have found your corner very in- I for C
Westing nnd holpfuV nnd if you would I .a
pleaso publish tho words for "Red I
Wing," I would appreciate it to a I ber '
great extent. Wishing you and your I '-
readers success and happiness, 1 ro- I u r
n , BLACK EYES, Utah. I
Read note at head of column, Black
Eyes, In regard to nam and address. atte
Send stamped envelope and I will I For
send the words to your song. I n
Dear Miss Brooks: to
(1) Would you please give me the .1 We
address-of Miss Ethel M. Dell. English A
authoress? (2) Is Rudolph Valentino Ha
married, and If so, to whom? (3) Th
Who was Wallace Reed's first wife? ,,
Has he left her? If so. hat he mar- i0'
Tied ngnln? (4) Why Is the story en- . R
titled "The Shiek," written byME, M. 4 Nl
Hull, so condemned by readers' of k At
I modern fiction? I have read tho story
nnd can sco no reason why ii should
bo ruled out of public libraries.
Hoping I havo not proven too much H fe
bother to you, I am, your new friend m
Southern Utah- H
(1) Ethel M. Dell's address Is, car
of A. P. Watt nnd Son. Hastings
House, 10 Norfolk St, London, W. Cr
Eng. (2)Rudolph Valentino's first wife
was Miss Jean Acker from whom ha
was divorced. His latest wifo is Miss .
Winifred Shaughnessy. (3) Wallace
Reid has had but one wife upto the
present time. Sho is Dorothy Daven-
port- (4) Tho book "The Shjck," is
reported by some library officials as
lining too daring and not of a char- H
actor to be circulated through the
public libraries. .
a . sal
His Prcfereiu-j. H
She (m tn pnrty)"l lon 1 lllnk
the co.xswnln of jour crew' Hires 'dune- H
Ing.' He "I'm ufruld not. Hf told H
me he'd sooner steer eight men than- Hj
one woman any day." Boston i.ve- H
nlng Transcript. H
United States Mints 'B
There-nrf live United .Siniw inlnK ipj
m ('nimiii Cli,v, New tJrlenP'). Sur
IV.inclsco, l)ctivir, I'hllndelphlii. tlie
home of thu Mrs! government mint,
Coins from the various mints umy bt"
Identified by their murks, those of
Carson City being Initialed (X O. while
O stands for New Orlenns. 8 for Sni
Prunclsco nnd D for Denver. Phlln-
delphla's coins alone urcf unmarked.
CnirlRtlnn Science Monitor. I
oo nisiv in winaows. (H
Nearly every business contrihfle '
hits of speclallzeil knowledge to the-
common fund. It will strike mnnr
persons ub a curious pleco of Informix
Hon that plate-glass Insurance com-
pnnles class windows with blue); li I
goring on them as "intra busonlmi? I
rlskH, lla ezplnniitlon given Is , , I
a black surface gbsorbs thu snn'K m- ' I
By this means, It Is stated, nn um"i" ' r
i'SPiinslpn Im prodiiei'd tlirougluniv ' " J, j
pinto; and under thu Inlltuwe ! V
wulden' gust of cldd or" nilj ifihei 'qn- " v
t biinge ;nf i,tiipUflfvCTiU stiliM I 1 '"