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HHHj one who wlli Invent n satisfactory inn-
HHH chine for branding the shell of each
HHH English wnlntit In n yearly $10,000,000
H Business Courses
HHHj Stenography Bookkeeping
HHH DIctnplione Typewriting
Civil Service Potting Machine
H L. D. S. Business College
HHH Sail Lol(f) City, Utah
HHH! Day and Evening All tht Year
HHH Sex Differences.
HHH When It Ik n man getting n set of
HHH false teeth, ho la nfrnld he Is not go-
HHH Ins to be able to cat with thorn; If It
HHH Is a woman, sho Is nfrnld she wilt not
HHH bo nlilu to talk. Houston PoNt.
HwJ All make Rented, RrpIrct. Sold.
Writ. for priee-97.SO to SIOO.
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HH 33 W. 2nd South. Salt Lalta City. Utah
HHfl Delicate Anemone.
HHb Anemone means "wlndllowcr," nnd
HHfl Is to called becnuse It Is no delicately
HH poised thnt It sways with the lightest
HH motion of the atmosphere.
bYbTbTJ HFI P W1NTFD " T" wsnlbls wssrs loam
nttr nun i cw tllItl0r ,ra,jB, nnnrmnoi;
HH towns need bstbers: lorxl npportuncics opec
lot men OYcrdrsIlssc. Usibtri In liar lull
riocxl oinwr commission, Oct prcpsrnl
n few weeks. Call or writs. Moler Uarbep
J College. 3 H. West Temple BU. Bait Lalte City
M SKILLFUL IN USE OF POISON
HH South African Buthmen Had, Weapon
HH Which In Other Hands Might
HHfl Have Been Invincible.
JBW' The btuhmen, Africa's pygmlcs""of
HJH the South, who succumbed so quickly
HJH to civilization, are becoming rarer
HJH every day. Famine, wars and tho white
HJH man's encroachments havo killed off
HJH Tho ono great achievement of these
HH children of the woods Is their skillful
HHJ use of poisons. In the hands of n more
HHJ subtle people tho poisoned nrrow might
HHJ havo been an lnvlnclblo weapon, but
HHJ for the bushmnn It only delayed Inev-
HHJ liable defeat.
HHJ The bushtnan's arrow l.i a toy of
HHJ light reed until ha turns It Into a
HHJ certain death dealer by covering tho
HHJ tip with one of his favorite poisons.
HHJ A certain caterpillar of the Jungle, the
HHJ most venomous snakes nnd spiders,
HHJ poisonous roots and leaves all yield
HHJ their power to kill to the use of tlieso
HHJ Special men of the tribe preparo the
HHJ poisons for their purpose, usually heat
HHJ tag them In a dish befove dipping the
HHJ dart Into them. Whllo waiting for their
HHJ poisonous brew to cook, the poison con-
HHJ coctora dance about the flro In excite
HHJ inent at tho coming hunt or combat
HHJ Skulking In breathless silence upon an
HHJ Imaginary enemy, they suddenly leap
HHJ up and discharge tho fatal arrows,
HHJ after which they shift easily to the
HHJ part of the victim, and wrltho and
HHJ howl with all tho agony of tho hunted.
HHJ Exhaustion nnd the completion of the
HHJ poison put an end to this vivid re-
H Old Publications.
HHJ An odd bit of tho post turns up In
HHJ a list of old publications soon to be
HHJ sold at auction, namely, to give It ItH
HJH lull, Imposing title. "A Sermon
HJH Freached at White-Chnpol, (n the Pros-
HHJ ence of Many Honorable and Worshlp-
HHJ ful, the Adventurers and Planters for
HHj Virginia," and "Published for tho Ben-
H eflt and Use of the Colony, Planted,
HHJ and to bee Planted I here and for the
HJ Advancement of their Christian Pur-
HHj pose." Tho Itev. William Syraonds
Hi preached that sermon, notes tho Chris-
HH tlan Science Monitor, and described
HH Virginia as n hind "with tho fruitful-
H nets whereof England, our mlstresse.
HHj cannot compare, no, not when she H
HH In her greatest pride," Yet ho preached
HH to rather n sorry congregation, says
H history, largely composed of linml-
H grants who hud failed at homo through
HH bad habits little calculated to help
HH in a new country.
HH When Tobacco Was Taboo,
HH In 1038 the Massachusetts general
HH court ordered, a writer comments,
HH "that no man shall take any tobacco
HH within 20 poles of any house, o- so
HH near a may endanger tho samo." In
HH 1708 nn act was passed foi bidding the
HH carrying of fire through the streets ex-
HH cept In a covered vessel, .smoking, or
HH having In one's possession "any lighted
HH wharves. The penalty was $2. If the
HH offender was In a ropewalk, tho pen-
HH alty was from $5 to $100. This pro-
HH hlbltlon of 1703 was not repealed until
ill" "" ' "ji
Thcro nro quite n few famous
names lu tho Nntlonnl league
pitching ranks this yenr. Grover
Cleveland Alexander nnd John
Calhoun Benton have been fa
mous around tho league for
Home time. Out now the Cubs
hnvc u splendid running innto tn
Alexander In Abraham Lincoln
Bailey. Fred Mitchell, the Cuh
manager, started to call Bailey
"Abe" on the training trip, when
the rookie Interrupted him nnd
Raid: "The folks hack home nil
cull me 'Line' for short." And
Mitchell wouldn't quarrel about
it little thing like names.
VETERAN CRAVATH IS
BRAINY BALL PLAYER
Newly Appointed Manager Is Old
est Man on Team.
Doing Better Work for Phillies This
Season Than for Several Years
Batting Pacemaker of Na
Tho one rent, outstanding plntlnum
plntcd star of the Phils Is tho oldest
player on tho team's pay roll, namely,
tho well-known nnd dangerous Clifford
Carlton Cravath, who has Just been
appointed manager of tho club, suc
ceeding Jack Coombs. Mr. Cravath
hit the thlrty-suvcn-voar mark on
March 23 last. Hitting tho thirty-seven
mark Is the worst thing Cabby has
dono In Ms life. Ho hits tho bnll much
Tho only nctlvo player now In base
linll who Is older than Crnvnth Is Dodo
Paskert of tho Cubs. Pnskcrt will be
thirty-olght years old next August.
Cravath, on tho road to thirty-eight
years of ngc, Is tho wonder of baseball.
Clifford Carlton Cravath.
Today finds him the batting pacemaker
of ono of tho major leagues. Ho Is
playing better ball this year than he
has dona In tho last three or four sea
eons. A common cstlmato of Cravath la
that ho Is a slow-thinking, slow-moving,
slow-Gelding, good-natured chap
who pounds out base hits by sheer
might. If It Is tho common nnalysls It
Is tho wrong one. Cravath Is prob
ably tho headiest ball player on his
team. Ho Is lasting years after most
plnycra pass Into retirement, because
Cravath can divine tho Intention of
nn opposing pitcher far better than his
younger nnd moro cgllo pals. Ho has
n pair of sharpshooter eyes and uses
them for -seeing purposes. When
Cravath drives out n smoking hit you
enn rest assured that ho know what
was being served td him nnd was set
for It. Thcro is no hlt-or-mlss style
Ho knows how to play for batsmen
In right Held nnd plays hits against tho
wall nt the Philadelphia park hotter
than nny other right-flclder with tho
Phils or on nn opposing team, Cravath
makes his defensive skill all tho more
vnluablo by his uncanny throwing.
Crnvnth actually Is ono of tho best
throwing outfielders In America.
Speaker can heavo a bnll faster, but
even Speaker can't throw with the
Judgment of Crnvnth.
HOT AFTER PETTY GAMBLERS
New York American League Club
Making Usual Drive Against Bet-
ting at Polo Grounds,
Ofllclnls of the New York American
league club aro making their usual
drlvo against the potty gamblers who
Infest tho main grandstand back of
third buho and tho list of gumblers who
find It impossible to get Into tho Polo
gromids when tho Yankees nro playing
Is growing as n result, says u New
York Evening Sun critic. Since the
activity against tlieso bettors was
started by YnnUeo oillclnls many gam
blers havo been led to tho gate, given
a refund on their admission nnd told
to keep out. Somo havo attempted to
return, but find themselves barred nnd
must do their small fry wagering over
the ticker tape, If nt all, when tho
Yanks aro home.
Baseball's hold on the American pub
tic Is due In the most part to the In
tegrity of the players and tho fuct that
tho finger of suspicion canot be point
ed at tho result of tho games. For
this reason It always has been the aim
of those Identified with the sport to
drlvo out tho gambling clement, Tho
game is better off without persons of
this Ilk, and the owners of the Yankees
aro to be commended on their stand.
noxious and objectionable not only to
the club management but to tho other
funs who put homo loyalty above a
paltry dollar or two.
QUESTION ARISES AS TO MOST POPULAR
FORM OF THROWING VvlTH INFIELDERS
Inflelders Who Havo Their Own Peculiar Way of Throwing.
Wlim Is the better form In baseball,
(o throw underhand, side arm or over
handed? Wo will not venturo nn
opinion. Wo leave that to the pundits
of tho pastime and to tho golf play
ers, writes Tom ltlco In Brooklyn
In their recent series with the- Bos
ton Itrnvcs, the Brooklyn Supcrbns
had to fnco tho shortstop work of Ma
rauvllle. Wo will venturo tho opinion
thnt Mnranvlllo Is tho best thrower we
havo ever seen. Jn thnt vo nro sup
ported by the Brooklyn papers. Larry
Cheney remarked that Maranvllln
could shoot a ball faster nnd with
moro accuracy than nny other athlete
he knew. Lnrry was right'.
Mnranvlllo la a' Pilule.
Marnnvllle seems to get tho hall
nwny without making hnlf of tho usu
al motions. Ho can shoot under or over
handed, but his best trick Is ln-shnot-Ing
from n sort of side-arm overhand.
Thnt Is not a clear description, but
It Is not our fault. Maranvlllo's throw
has always been n puzzle, ovcu to ploy
tirs on tho Held with him. He seems
to push, rather than throw, tho ball.
Another peculiarity Is thntkiheplny
, crs on tho samo team NayHMR-ir
"light" throw. That is, It hits thre
eclver's hands without Jarrug them.
Why that should bo so Is ono of tho
mysteries of baseball. It Is notorious
In tho profession that n throw from
somo plnyers will nearly knock tho re
ceiver flown, oven when tho thrower
PECKINPAUGH IS SENSATION
New York Yankees' 8tar First Base-
mn Leads, League In Batting
Run Scoring High.
Bogcr Pccktnpaugh Is tho real Amer
ican leaguo sensation of tho year. This'
Is Peck's eighth American leaguo sea
son, nnd his best mark In hitting was
In 1013, when he hit .2CS. Most of tho
Umo ho has been below .250, and now
he leads tho leaguo with approximate-
rv& V? iis 1
ly n .400 average His run scoring Is
as remarkable as his batting. Ho has
crossed the plate -13 times In 54 games.
If this ratu Is maintained until thf
end of the season ho will pcacllcully
Me Cobb's murk of 147 runs, made n
BROWN SIGNS TWO PITCHERS
Manager of Terro Haute Team Get
Two Hurlerti to Bolster Weak
ened Pitching Staff.
Hope of bolstering tho weakening
pitching staff, Manager Brown of
Ing semlpro pitchers, William Itaatz
and W. H. Jensen. The latter has been
winning slabman with the Wcsleyan
Is by no menns famed for his supposed
speed. On tho other nnglo Is tho
plnyer whoso 'throw fulls Into the glovo
lightly nnd gives the other fellow
plenty of time for making tho piny.
The reason for thnt has never been
explained. It mny ho that the thrower
unconsciously twists tho bnll its ho lets
It go, but In thnt case It should curve.
Sweeping Side-Arm Throw.
Take, then, Mickey Doolnn, who
played short for Brooklyn on various
orcaslons, Mickey has the most beau
tiful sweeping sldc-nrm throw wo over
snw, and the motion was totally differ
ent from that of Mnniuvllle. Which
has the better form? There ain't no
such nnlmnl ns "form" In baseball, as
It Is applied to golf and other sports.
Doolnn mado his reputation on tho
side-arm stuX Of courno ho could
throw from other positions, but that
wns tho efficient element which mado
him n star for ten years, although ho
seldom batted over .230.
Smith Throws Overhand.
Another enso la that of J. Carllslo
(Bed) Smith of tho Boston Braves
Smith for nearly ten yearn has been
n third baseman. Tho best asset of a
third' baseman Is supposed to bo an
underhand throw; yet Smith has al
ways been un overhand thrower. Ho
novcr learned tho other style, and does
not uso any other to this duy. If
"form," as ordlniirlly understood, had
counted, Smith never would inve got
ten a Job ou nn amateur team.
Oklahoma City added a new pitcher
to its staff tn Yonkmun, who got away
good for a starter.
Pitcher Turkey Bomnn is out of the
nrmy nt last and rejolnnjl tho Little
Itock Travelers tho other day.
. Ellis Johnson, former pltchei for
tho Philadelphia Athletics, recently
out of tho a nny, Joined Baltimore.
Before tho Chicago Cubs got Leo Mu
geo from Brooklyn, Mnnuger Mitchell
tried to deal for John Itnwllngs of the
Memphis announced tho release of
Catcher Oil Meyers, but changed Its
mind and tho young collegian was told
ho could stay on.
Itube Marquard Is not coming on so
well with his broken leg and It Is
doubtful that ho will plt,ch uuother
game this season.
Jack Dunn says that his best bet of
several seasons In the way of finds Is
Boley, tho youngster playing short
stop for the Orioles.
Sothoron Is pitching tho game of his
career. Ills control Is perfect nnd he
seldom gives n good hitter a good hull
unless ho Is forced to do so.
There Is another new Johnson In
thq pitching srena. He has Joined the
Columbus team. His Identity Is not
qillto clear, as he Is descrlhed as "a
youngster Just returned from France."
Walter flolvln hns succeeded Soldier
Brown as first baseman for tho Mobllo
team, flolvln seonis to havo suffered
no III effects from his long service Jn
tho north of ltussln.
kid flienson Is quoted as praising
Dick Kerr with qualifications. Tho Kid
says Kerr hns everything but height,
but ho Is three Inches shy of what n
real, honest-to-gooduess pitcher Bhould
YounR Unglaub, nephew of the vet'
"W mr BorrTjngIamVow-4edr seas-4o-be
n find from Petersburg, no fanned
14 batters In tho first game he pitched,
and' tho next time out pitched a two
' Thankful 'for' Small " Favors.
Tho other evening n young matron
wns scolding her husband for having
forgotten to' obscrvo their fifth wed
ding nnnlversnry. Her slnglo sister,
a town schoolteacher, happened to
como to their houso In time to hear
a grent part of tho lecture. At Its
end sho turned to tho defense of her
brother-in-law. "I think you should
bo thankful enough for hnvlng had tho
wedding without expecting anniver
saries," the told her. sister.
Don't Poison Baby. I
FORTY YEARS AGO nlmosfc every mother thought her child must havo 1
PABB30B10 or laudanum to make It sleep. Thcso drugs will produce 1
Sleenrnnd ft FEW DROPS TOO MAN will produce tho SLEEP
FROM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many nre tho children who I
havo boon klHcd or whoso health liao been rulnod for llfo by paregorlo, and- I
num KK each of which la a narcotic product of op lam "'Bf I
nro prohibited from soiling either of tho uarcotlcs named to children at all. or gj
tn nSvlMdv without labclHng them "twaon." Tho definition of " narcotic" I
or ' Drew?" Cordials," " Soothing Syrups," oto. You should riot permit nny I
ildtota? flx rStinjq you. ehtfiri NOT "
of what it Is composed. CABTOIUA. DOES NUl
CONTAIN NARCOTICS, If it beam thoeignaturo f -
ofCbas.II.Fiotchcr. , ,.. , . ,C&Ajffldtt?7J
Gonnino Custorla nlwsjB bears tho signature of -asr J-CUCAM
. iii -
Canadian Land Grows In Value.
In tho nnnunl report of the CumidlnTi
bureau of statistics, recently Issued,
Is, appears that tho average value of
farm land In' tho Dominion, Including
Improved nnd unimproved hind and
buldlngs, wns ?10'nn ncre In 1018. The
average wns $41 In 1017, $11 In 1010,
(40 In 1015, nnd $38 In 1011.
"Cities now havo a new sky line."
"They havo a dirigible route."
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
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liver, bladder and stomach troubles
nad all diseases connected with' Urn
urinary organs, and to build up and
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must be watched, becauso they filter
end purify tho blood: unless they do
their work you. are doomed.
Weariness, sleeplessness, nervous
ness, despondency, backache, stomach
trouble, pains In the loins and lower
abdomen, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica
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AS IT LOOKED TO BROTHER
Sister Waa Doing What Pretty Well
All of Us Would Like
A Munclo family Is contemplating
tho remodeling of Its houso. Several
architects havo oven culling with plan.'
during tho' Inst few days nil very
successful architects, too. T'le other
day 'ono who "looked csperi.tlly good"
to tho younger children c.7rlvcd. That
noon ,thoy iIUtwjoJ him nt tho family
table. "Of., he's rich," ventured ono
of tlm youngsters..
"Why?" smiled tho elder sister Just
"Why ho looks so prosperous," como
back tho ansrfcr, to tho amusement of
tho rest of ho family,
That afternoon tho architect mado
a return trip nnd displayed his plans
to tho elder sister. Tho high-school
boy urrlvcd whllo tho two of them
were on tho veranda looking over the
plans. After Dm architect had gone
lie strolled over to his sister, null 're-'
marked: "I see you're trying to got
closo to prosperity yourself," IiuKiiik
To a F'ult,,
"Ho's generous to n fault."
"What do you mean by that?"
"He dliesn't caro what clothes his
slfe goes without so long .as ho can
bend a subscription list."
Doing it Man'a Part;
"What nr.e you doing for our cnusif k
asked n suffr'ngctto worker.
"Doing?" replied tho man. "I'm sup- k
porting one of your most enthusiastic '
members." - .
Ono llttto flower to a living man Is f
North moro thnn n wagon loatt of flor- t
1 emblems to n dead ono. I
The pill of experience Is seldom sug- g
nf coated. H
Admirer of Idleness.
'Dat League of Nations Idea sort o"
gels to my sympathy In one vuy," re
marked Plodding Pete.
"What d'ye mean?" Inquired Mean
"A ot of people Is sayln' It can't be
inndo to work."
If n- man Is unable to stnnd prosper
ity ho should. sit down and enjoy It.
Proverbs nro but tho offspring of". J
you need. Take three or four every day,
The healing oil sonks into the cells and
lining of the kidneys and drives out
the poisons. New life nud health will
surely follow. When your normal vigor
has been restored continue treatment
for a while to keep yourself In condi
tion and prevent a return of the dis
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fighting. Start taking OOl Ji MEDAL
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HAD FORGOTTEN HIS PART
But Mr. Newrlch Was In Evidence at '(
Dramatic Performance, as a
He Had Insisted. "" fl "
Mr. Corpulent Nowrlch offered to fl-'
nnncn tho performance of his daughters' J
dramatic society, mid his announcement "j
was received with acclamation. I
But when ho added the provision., I
thnt ho paid tho expenses on condition I
thnt ha wns given n part tho Joy dl-' l
mlnlshed. ' n
Mr. Nowrlch wns well endowed will."
wealth, hut his vocabulary did not In-
cludo n .single "It."
They argued, but Mr. Nowrlch slooil
firm. "No part, no money,'' was his '
At hist they hit on a plan. He was-
tn como on In the sicoml sccno nnd
Jtu-t say "Silence I" JIo could not g
fnr wrong with that. Mr. Newrlch was
satisfied. He would be In evidence at
the performance. ,
Tho great day arrived and all went
well 'until tho cuftain rose on tho sec- '
From tho wing strode Mr. Nuwrlch.
Holding ,up his hand, lie uttered ono .
word: " 'l)sh I" I.ondou Answers. (
Cruel but Practical Limit. - , .
Mistress Aro you willing to n-rvo ,
humanity? ' f
Bridget Only two In tho family,
mum. ' ;
C' u .
S Every Year' Sees '
t An Increased Demand I
K nl - '
C for Poshirri, from coffee j
D drinkers who realize a
1 change in habit will " " jj . ;
bring better healtri; 3 '
k , a -
The Original .
I is rich and satisfying as jjL
a table drink for both 3
young .and old. ' S
At Grocers. a I
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