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ts that of being on time. It has made reputation for thousands. A good watch costs very little, and every sensible person should own one. Buy yours now. Our rea sonable prices ease the way. BOYD PARK FOUNDED IA02 MAKERS OF JEWELRY SALT LAXE CITY VMS MAIN STREET BARGAINS IN USED CARS 50 «plendJd o*ed car»-Bu!ciea. Oldsmoblle». N». Guaranteed first cla» If wanted bf tight parti«. Write for detailed list and descrip tion. Used Car Dept.. Randall-Dodd Auto Co^ Salt Lake City UN tionaU-S250 running condition- SEND US YOUR FROZEN, LEAKY, DAMAGED RADIATORS way. Returned We pay transportation like new. AOETYLINE WELDING in all its branches. We save you time and money. H. & E. Radiator & Welding Co. 2S2 Edison Street, Salt Lake City, Utah RODS GIVE NO PROTECTION French Vine Growers Find They De rive No Benefit From Metal Rods They Erected. The vine-growing region of the Gi ronde. in France, has been quite ex tensively equipped In recent years with tu 11 metal rods, simitar to light ning rods, kDown as paragreles or "electric Niagaras," and alleged to af ford protection from hailstorms. A careful study of the functioning of these rods has recently been published by M. E. Courty of the University of Bordeaux. The statistics presented show that numerous hailstorms have occurred Id the vicinity of nearly all the rods. Moreover, according to M. Courty. there has been no obvious change In the character of these storms since the erection of the rods. of the His article points out some principal reasons for the erroneous conclusions that others have drawn in favor of them; for example, the fact •that, normally, only one thunderstorm In five is attended by hail.; that the which hail falls Is normally very small in comparison with that covered by the thunderstorm, and hail tends to occur in scattered patches or narrow bands; and. lastly, that a dis trict In which hail has fallen for two area .over mains free from hail for years, re taliation of hail-pro gardless of tl tecting device' MAKE USE OF WASTE HEAT Counciiors of Reykjavik. Iceland, Ap ply System That Reduces the Taxation of the Citizens. The city council of Reykjavik, Ice land. has bow begun the baking of bread in a special bakery In connec tion with the gas works, where mod ern machinery has been Installed IB a special building. The result was ex cellent. in that the waste heat from the gas works is being used In a prac ticable and profitable manner, and In the course of a short time all the black bread which may be needed will be baked In the new bread fac tory. The Idea was that of a young stu dent there, and It is considered one of the best means of saving coal, time and money. Three-pound loaves have been completely baked In three hours In considerable nnmbprs. Think of Yourself. You cannot reach a high degree of in anything without making success enemies. Perhaps your lack of success has been caused by this very feeling thnt desire to make and retain your you friends. You might have Improved your po sition many times, but you feared the III feeling engendered In certain cir cles with your advancement. There are times in the lives of all men when they must each choose be tings and motion pictures. The foun lain pen does not lend much artistic —... tween what is for their own best terest and their friends, and this does not mean that It is a case of taking of friends—merely dis advantage pleasing them. Perhaps it Is a principle of busi involved—perfectly honest and ness honorable, and to your financial credit —but what would your friends think If you took the decisive step? Day of Quill Pen Gone. Trite ns true Is it to say that times change and the manners with them. Although the habit of carrying the pen behind the ear has not altogether dis appeared In this day of the fountain pen, typewriter machine and other sim ilar devices, the quill pen. so far as the present generation goes. Is now more of no adjunct of romance, stage set Watch for Alrquakea. An English astronomer of promi nence has advanced the theory that there are nlrqnakes. entirely Independ- I . ent of earthquakes, that are caused by ; the explosion of meteors In the atrno»- i phere. Strength of Bone arid Oak. i A very stinill bone, only one square millimeter—.0155 square Inch—In dl-l • meter, will hold 33 pounds In snspen slon without breaking, while a piece of j the best oak of the same thickness will hold up only 22 pounds. j "CALLUS CORNS n LIFT RIGHT OFF Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or callus off with fingers A i 'I 7 Ja t\ '// n \a. 0 WP ii il rer A tiny bottle oi Don't suffer ! Freezone costs but a few cents at anj drug store. Apply a few drops on th« corns, calluses and "hard skin" on bot tom of feet, then lift them off. When Freezone removes corns from the toes or calluses from the bottom of feet, the skin beneath is left pink and healthy and never sore, tender oi irritated. Twelve Little Rabbito. Twelve glassy-eyed rabbits Thrown in a heap Upon a grocer's outdoor shelf. They have given their lives That you and I Slight live for a day longer To enjoy the beauties And the pleasures Of a world Now closed to them forever. And we? We show our gratitude By saying: "Confoundedly tough little beasts, "Aren't they?"—Harvey Peake, In Philadelphia Record. SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really stands out pre-eminent curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root stands the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in thousands thousands of distressing cases. a medicine for Swamp-Root makes friends quickly be lts mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once, drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medi um and large. However, if you wish to test this great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and men tion this paper.—Adv. c rase Sold at all Dramatic Vengeance. "Do you think there's any chance for me to buy one o' them tanks?" asked Farmer Cobbles. "Why, I don't know. What in the world do you want with a tank?" "I'm tired o' these road hogs in big touris' cars crowdin' my flivver into ditches. I'd like to Jog down the road piece in a tank, just to see what would happen.".—Birmingham Age-Her aid. a ! 2 HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR COLD T ♦ ? : : Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Opens Air C assages Right Up. Your M •» •r Instant relief—no waiting, clogged nostrils open right up; the air passages of your head clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing,' headache, dryness. No struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from . our druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It pen etrates through air passage of think of such a thing until after we are married and I have the right to in To half p nt of water add 1 oz. Bay Rmn a small box of Barbo Compound, and M oz. of glycerine. Any druggist can put thii np or you can mix it at home at very lit tie cost. Full directions for making ane use come in each box of Barbo Compound It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and make it soft and glossy. It the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed-up with a cold or nasty catarrh.—Adv. Practical Girl. tie (ecstatically)—I could die for you. She—Goodiaess ! I hope you won't herit.—Boston Transcript. RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. ^ately? "Ladeez and geut'men. I shall now sing yon that mournful little ditty en titled, 'Mother's Huir Has Turned to g „ ver S!nce Kathe r Lost His Gold."' _ —— w/ A Wholesome. Clraeshtg, W f"||l ■* Iftircshing and lieaiio« a vUI Lotion—Murine for Red - ness, Soreness, Granula p ^ P Ct tion.ItchingandBuming /T . °L th ? °- r „ Eyel Æ sstn^rin* your confidence. l *Ask Your^Druggi* for Murina when your Eves Need Cart M-u Murin* Ey* Co., Chicago Heard This Oni CHARGE MADE THAT THE PUBLIC FUNDS WERE USED ILLEGAL LY BY FORMER OFFICIALS. -jC_ Lawmakers Believe Attorney General Should Make Searching Investiga tion and Place Responsibility Where It Belongs. Boise.—Accusations of the illegal and criminal use of public funds by former state officials in handling the affairs of the adjutant general's de partaient are found'in the report of the special investigating commiHiee named by the legislature to probe the affairs of that department. Recom mendation is also made that the at torney general of the state and the prosecuting attorney of Ada county conduct a searching investigation, to the end that those responsible may be brought to trial. The names of M. Alexander, former governor, and Representative Moody, former adjutant general, are linked with the findings of the majority the committee. These findings are by the Republican members. The ml norit.v member, Representative Hoff, exonerates the officials, holding that use of the funds was necessary, as an emergency existed through the nation being at war. ... . ... The report was submitted to both houses of the legislature. Pending the preparation of a new budget which must be made up for Ute consolidated state departments now that the administration bill has been passed, most of the b g appropriation b.ils will not make heir appearance in the house until the latter days of the . . .. oresent session. However, one bill is .... . . .. . now in the house to care for the bien -, ... niai needs of six of the state institu tions. Provision is made under this measure as follows: For the Soldiers' home, $145,230; for the penitentiary, $157,000; for northern Idaho insane asylum, $131.050; southern Idaho asyl lin, $155,040 ; state sanitarium, $193, 005 ; Children's Home Finding and Aid society, $15,000. Defeat of the senate nepotism act featured the afternoon session of Feb- j AT THE CAPITOL. ruary 22 . Actions arising from damage done by trespassing live dock will be set-1 tied out of court if a bill introduced in the senate by J. W. Tylor of Gem county becomes statutory and its pro visions are generally accepted. The senate on February 21 declined to accept the biennial report of C. S. Moody, former adjutant general, on the grounds that it was incomplete as to draft figures by counties, and. al though it cost the state over $1000, It was worthless. The Moody investiga tion is still in progress. Clarence Van deusen. former state auditor, was sub A lively fight took place in the house over the defeat of the Nash bill, pro posing an enabling act to permit resi dents in a portion of Oneida county to be annexed to Franklin county. Mon son of Franklin championed the bill. declaring all the residents in the ter ritory were anxious for the annexa tion. Hall of Oneida charged there ... , , ,i „ , was a nigger in the wood pile and , , . „ all Franklin county wanted was part of Oneida county's forest reserve. He said Oneida county had been cut up till it had children and poenaed and before the committee. The house went on record on Febru ary 21 for a constitutional amendment to increase the sale of state school lands per annum from 100 to 200 sec tions, and memorialized congress to appropriate $500,000 for the construc tion of a highway up the Clearwater river, providing adequate means of transportation between Lewiston, Ida ho, and Missoula, Mont. The senate defeated the eight-hour day bill for women and passed the Cowles bill, making it compulsory to teach all sub jects in public and private schools in the state in English. grandchWdren, but Franklin, one of them, had been the "hardest kid of them ail to wean." The bill was de feated by a vote of 27 to 34. No hills were introduced in the house on February- 20, as it was the forty fifth and last day allowed for doing so except from committee or unanimous I consent. Governor I>. W. Davis attached his j signature to senate bill No. 19 on Feb ruary 19, thereby giving to Idaho a complete change in government, in eluding the creation of a cabinet sur rounding the chief executive, the mem bers of which will lm\e Jurisdiction over practically all existing depart ments. ld . |ho legislators will work along . ., , , nv r ,„. . '1 ..„n-stlrm'innnl 1 . . . amen'mem n i.hm *''' s . *■ ,o " " , , of Poetical sweaters Shoes for women are mostly in tans and grays, besides black. Bright plaid skirts are apt to have blue for a predominant color. ^ fringed silk collur gives a plain b]aok satin gown a smart touch. Glove skin is a good substitute for vool and is Ideal for street frocks. White grounds with hairline stripes jre Dromlsed ia future suitings. FASHION'S FADS Brushed wool Is used for the ma BACKERS FAIL TO SECURE MA JORITY ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT. Companion Bill Providing for an In vestigation of Water Power Resources of State Is Approved. Ki-piihlican failed to get through the house of Boise.—The majority ; representatives at its morning session j 0 n February '. j ng an amendment to the state consti the resolution propos tut ion to give Idaho power to control U nd promote the development of un used water power within the state. Defeat came after a spirited attack on the resolution by Representative Greenwood of Minidoka county. Thir ty-live voted for and eleven against. Givens of Ada switched his vote iff order to move a reconsideration, companion bill, providing for an inves A tigation of the water power resources of tin* stale was passed by a vote of 44 t0 44 A memorial to congress was intro duced in the lower house on February .„ urging thnt the legislature Indorse the bill pending before congress by Sentltor 4 » oin dexter of Washignton to prohjbit discrim inatlon in long and short hauls on freight rates. A test was Iim , le !n the house on February 22 against the propaganda to be conducted through press d , spatches to make it appear that the rnment stands t0 lose millions of maintaining the guaranteed Jf $2 . 2(5 , and the packers' propaganda to the effect that " . . , .. stockmen had made big money during , .' the war and stood to lose through a ... . .. T „. drop in prices. Representative Jones , ' . , . .. . .. , „ of Idaho county charged that it was the packers who made the profits, not the stockmen. LEGISLATIVE NOTES Although it received 40 favorable votes and only 13 voted against it, house joint resolution No. 9, by the judiciary committee, proposing a four year legislative term, failed of passage in the house of representatives, lack (ng three votes of the necessary two thirds majority. The lie was passed in the legislature on February 21. The clash grew out of the county division fight. Charges J et maintenance of a "booze" lobby and j other improper advances of lawmakers j precipitated when the general enabling act, house hill 53, by Bonneil and Gough, was thrown into the commit tee of the whole in the lower assembly and debated. Action was deferred. The trouble was also were made. Former Adjutant General Charles S. Moody's biennial report, which is de voted principally to publication of ser vice records made by various counties in the state will not be accepted if the house approves a concurrent reso lution adopted in the senate. Henceforth bills may he introduced in the senate only after having receiv ed the npproval of a sifting committee appointed by Lieutenant Governor Moore. The legislature has approved Senate Bill 52, by Yeunian, authorizing muni cipalities to issue coupon bonds for construction, enlargement and repair of electric light plants, and validating bonds previously issued for these pur poses. Discovery by several house members that copies of bills were not being sent certain of their constituents as they had arrange d at the beginning of the session> resulted in the appointment by Speaker M . A. Kiger of a corn mlttee to investigate the oversight, Govornor Davis „as appointed offi caribou ( . mm new|v (T e . „ ,, „ . _ ated from the western part of Ban . . , . ,, nock, with Soda Springs as county ' seat ' Machinery for the eradication of the entire species of contagious and infec entire species of contagious and infec tious diseases which afflict livestock is provided in a bill introduced in the j senate by the upper house livestock committee. I Urged as an emergency measure, a j bill making possible the creation of a ! state constabulary received the unanl I mous approval of the senate function ing in committee of the whole. No at tempt was made to debate the pro posai. Provision for appointment by the governor f ,f three directors of water departlnent ot reclamation is made in a bd j placed before the senate by W. A He(sg (}f Lineo i n county, .. . . ... „ 1 °' V ' >r lnve *t , * ate acc " sa ' s fraud in the marketing of faun prod «« >* granted the state department nt agriculture by a house measure ap proved unanimously >n thesenute. resources who will serve in the state hip to hem with large closedly arranged I buttons. Ostrich Fans in All Sizes. Ostrich fans come in every conceiv able size now, from one small enough almost to hide in the palm of the iiand to one large enough to hide Its hold er's face and shoulders. They are in lovely colors, and the plumes are lialf curled ih such a way as to make them as soft and feathery as one can imag ine plumes could be. Suit skirts fasten on the side from I The Greatest Name in Goody-Land | ÛU know the realm of child hood dreams is a (and of sweets. / k * « Make some of those dreams a delightful reality by taking home . At 0 / He ■*. WR1GLEYS * ♦ frequency. - How about tonight? V -V SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT f The Flavor Æ& Lasts! 3 .y wpapped" ÈM âjÉpP mïmmM 19 Ill «iïiîil WrtrfuiL HORSE SALE DISTEMPER -S' hen you sell or buy through the sales you have about one chance in fifty to escape SALB STABLE DISTU.nPKR. "SPOHNS" is your true protection, your only safeguard, for as sure as you treat ail your horses with it, you will soon be rid of the disease. It acts a sure preventive, no matter how they are "exposed." At all good druggists, horse goods houses, or delivered by the maufacturers. SPOIIX MEDICAL CO., Chemist«, Goshen, Inil., D. S. A. You know that * * O o ; ? (/> ; I a . L • o o 1 as Patience and Kindness«. "The tricks that man taught his lit tle dog required a great deal of pa tience and kindness." "Unquestionably," answered Cayenne. "I can't understand what kept the little dog from biting him." Miss EAT A TABLET! DYSPEPSIA GONE PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN INSTANTLY RELIEVES SOUR, GASSY OR ACID STOMACHS. - When meals hit back and your stem ach is sour, acid, gassy, or you feel full and bloated. When you have heavy lumps of pain or headache from indi gestion. Here is instant relief! Just as soon as you eat a tablet or two of Pape's Diapcpsin all the dys pepsia. Indigestion and stomach dis tress ends. These pleasant, harmless tablets of Pape's Diapepsin never fail to make upset stomachs feel fine at once, and they cost very litthL at drug Adv. v P P Nobody to Hear. "I suppose, if I tried to kiss you, you would scream." "Of course I would. But I'm suf fering from a very weak throat." Cirrus clouds have been recorded] more than seventeen miles above the surface of the earth. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS For centuries GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been a standard household remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and stomach trouble, and all diseases connected with the urinary organs. The kidneys and blad der are the most important organs of the body. They are the filters, the purifiers of your blood. If the poisons which enter your system through the blood and stom ach are not entirely thrown out by the kidneys and bladder, you are doomed. • , , Weanness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency backache, stomach trouble, headache, pain in loins and lower abdo men gall stones, grave), difficulty when urinating, cloudy and bloody urine, rheu matism, sciatica and lumbago, all warn you A°n l 0 .t k af :".- v ° ur kidneys and bladder. All these indicate some weakness of the kidnevs or other organs or that the enemy microbes which are always present m your ?^<nT e ri iJft''n 4 T t ^tr Cke u y °rvfi i Sp 0 *i?' GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are what you need. They are not a "patent medicine," nor a "new discovery." For 200 years they A Reg'lar Champion. "I hear that old Bill Simpkins is the most no account fellow in yonr town." remarked the city cousin. "Not good for anything, is he?" . "Wall, I don't want ho be too hard agin the old feller," responded th« man who had something good to say about everybody. "He raises some of the likeliest lookin' weeds in this part of the kentry." A Question. "Well, it's neither here nor there." "Then where in blazes is it?"—Chi cago Daily News. To keep clean and healthy take Doctor : f^ clL Ti^ reguiat. Sin is, as rust on a polished blade— you may rub it off, but it's hard to re move the spots. Don't wait until your cold develops Spanish Influenza or pneumonia, j jf- nilick , CASCARAfe! QUININE j I ' Standard cold remedy for 20 year»—in tablet I form—safe, sure, no opiate»—breaXs up a cold in 24 hours-—relieves grip in 3 days. Money back if it fails. The genuine box has a Red top with Mr. Hill's picture. At Afi Drug Store», W. N. U., Sait Lake City, No. 9-1919. have been a standard household remedy. They are the pure, original imported Haar lem Oil your great-grandmother used, and are perfectly harmless. The healing, sootb ing oil soaks into the cells and lining of the kidneys and through the bladder, driv ing out the poisonous germs. New life, fresh strength and health will come as you continue the treatment. When complete ly restored to your usual vigor, continue taking a capsule or two each day; they will keep you in condition and prevent a re ' ^ Ininute . De!ay8 are ^ p ec j a ]] v dangerous in kidney and bladder trouble. AH druggists sell GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. They will refund the m lf no F t as repres / n[ ed. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are im ported direct from the laboratories in Hol f and xh are prepared in correct qua0 _ tity and convenie F t F f orrn> are easy to take an ^ are positively guaranteed to give pr 0 i np t relief. In three sizes, sealed paek ages. Ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL. Accept no substitutes — Adv.