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. v FHE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1 920. ' -' . I
iLOVE and MARRIED UFA
Ihj. the noted author
i Idah MCtlone Gibson J
The Workings of Jonn's Mind.
John looked at me for a moment
after my'outburst over his meaningless
flattery, and then his usual excuse
came Into his mind.
"You are not well, Katherine," he
said. "I shouldn't have allowed you lo
work yourself up Into such a nervous
state as this. It has taken you longer
than I thought It would for you to get
over that automobile accident. Kath-
Serine, I should have remembered and
not allowed you to talk upon things
which prey upon your nerves."
1 laughed somewhat hysterically at
ft this. It was really funny, and then 1
"Yes, you have it right for once,
John, I am not well. At least, I am a
Utile unstrung this morning." And
then I told him boldly and without the
little tromors of delight with which I
Imparled the news to him before, when
he had so disappointed me. At first
his face was clouded and then he said:
"Dear, I am glad. That now house
of oura will be big enough lo holdj
three," Instead of two."
Uncxpccteoness a Charm.'
I bclievo that that Is one of John's
'fascinations for mo. 1 never know how
he is going to take things. Unexpect
edness is a great charm, I guess, for
all human beings. John has Just told
mo thai It is the unexpectedness of
Elizabeth Moreland that appeals to
him more than any other thing about
her. I wonder if I am always tho
eame to John. As I thought this, I
turned to him and asked the ques
t0"John, are you always sure Just howj
I am going t answer you on all ques-
"Pretty nearly," he said.
"Well, hero I am going to surprise
vou," 1 answered. "I want this baby,,
as little us 1 longed for' the other one."j
This really did startle John, but he,
took me in his arms and said: I
"Dear, I think you are Jusl saying
this to 'tantalize me. I know you are(
the best little woman in the wcrld, and'
all good. women want children. I nm
vcrv glad that we bought the house,
Katherine, because it will make such
a nice place in which to raise a fam-i
"Hello, John," interrupted Alice, who
came through tho door. "I didn't ex
pect you quite so early."
Met by Katherine.
"I came in on the afternoon train.
Katherine evidently knew when I was
coming, for she was on her way to
"So you have bought the finest
house In have you ; said Alice.
"Yes, and very soon Katherine is
going to remodel and furnish It."
"Will vou have to' remodel it:
"My dear Alice, don't you know that
women must always bo remodeling
something? If not their houses or
their husbands, they remodel them
selves." "Gracious, John, I hadn't realized
that you had become cynical in your
"I am going up to my room." I said,
"and leave you, Alice and John, to
fight it out. I just remarked in pass
ing, however, to John, that you had
remodeled yourself into one of those
feminists,' which seems to be the fash
ion In clover women this year." As 1
'went out the door I heard John say.
"Yes, of course, it is a fashion and
a fad; you won't keep it up long,
Alice." And I stopped to hear Alico
"Only as long as I live, John."
. ollowed to Her Room.
John followed me to my room short
lv, arriving almost before I had
changed my tailored frock Into a house
"How lovely you look in green," he
said. I glanced up quickly. I had worn
this house gown numberless limes
since wo had been married, and John
had never noticed its color, its shape
or becomingness, but when he added:
"Sometimes, Katherine, I think you
are the prettiest woman I have ever
known," 1 though perhaps it was
lime to begin to flirt with my own hus
band. "Only sometimes, obn."
"Is that a bid for me to say ail the
time?" he taunted.
"Take" it just as you please," was my
answer, as he softly kissed the curve
of my arm. which was here in the wide
sleeve of my negligee.
Tomorrow A Woman's Happiness.
1 . j. INDIAN STORIES FOR LI1TLE FOLKS j
I'. , By CHIEF TAIIAX
. The sun wa3 Just corning up when
'Siiui crawled out from under hi9
robes, and tho giant was very hun
gry. So he picked up his club and ;
started out against" the wind to look I
for game. He hadnot gone far bo-
fore he saw two buffal03 on a round j
hill-top having a battle. SInti went
j up to the buffalo warriors and was
about to kill both of them, but ho
forgot that ho was hungry bocauso
It Vas such a good light.
At last he said to them: "Hurry
up 'and finish your fight. For I am
going to kill and eat the ono .that ;
Is beaten." . ' j
Just thon Gu-l (the coyote) came;
:alohg and was about to kill one of
' "Quit that." said Sinti, "theso are
j1' "Well," said tho coyote, "give me
.ono of them."
?: "I'll tell you what I'll do," said
Slntl, "I will Tun you' a race. The
.one that comes out first, shall then
ftako both of them.'
- "Your legs are so much, longer
than mine, you might outrun me,"
said Gu-l, for he wa3 a coward as
every one knows.
"Why," said Sinti, "I can tio rocks
on' my legs, and then outrun you."
' So Sinti tied two rocks to each of
his ankles. They agreed to go down
to tho" foot of tho hill and run
. , around It four times, then back to
tho buffalos. When they were all
'ready to start Slntl went up to the
buffalos, turned them around and'
tied their tails together. "Now,"
said he, "one of you will pull ono
way, the other the other way, and
fao you will hold each other hero till
I get back."
Slntl drew his belt tighter, bent
his head low. "I-ee-cep-hah!" he
,y Bhouted as ho sped past the coyoto,
If' I jumped high Into the air and
jf! )' cracked his heels together. One of
Slntl tied two rocks to each of
his anUles. '
the rocks broke off struck tho
coyote on the head, and knocked
the sense out of him. Sinti was go-
Ing so fast he couldn't stop till he '
got to the hill top whero tho buffalos ,
were holding each other by their
"Now. you are my meat. I am
going to kill both of you," ho told
"No!" said the buffalos, 'neither
of us was beaten in the fight, so
both of us ought to live."
"That's so," said the giant, and
as ho could not untie their tails, ho
cut the ends of both off and took
them home. That is why buffalos'
tails are so short. When Slnti's wife
found that the ends of two buffalo
tails was all he brought home, she
But ho eaid: "It is better for a
man to keep his word and live on
the ends of buffalo tails than It is j
to havo a forked tongue and much
(Copyright, 1920, X. E. A.)
jj j Sister Mary's Kitchen
I i In tho kitchen of her own homo
I Sister lury eooka dully for n fam-
ji lly of four adults. She brought to
' ' her kitchen nu understanding of
the chemistry of cooking, gained
from study of domestic science hi
, a state university. Consequently
J 1 tho advice she offers is a. linppy
combination of theory and prac-
; ticc. Every recipe she gives Is
her own, first tried out nnd served
at her family table.
I (Copyright, 1920, N. E. A.)
H When getting a meal it's easy to
H pick things up as you go along if you
H got in tho habit.
H A kitchen can get into an awful
HI stalo of confusion with no place to put
H anything unless systom is .used. As
H soon as a certain dish has served Us
Hj purpose. It should be washed and put
H away. And thorc Is time to do it, ror,
H i until it comes to "taking up," there's
H no special rush.
H For Instance, after mixing a
H salad. When tho salad Is ar-
H , ranged on plates, why not wash
H tho bowl and put it away? The dress-
H ing will not havo had tlmo to stick and
H it will wash twice as easily as after it
H has stood an hour. There will be less
H to wash alter dinner and less in tho
H way whllo serving.
H . Menu for Tomorrow.
Ht' - Breakfa3t Halves of grapefruit,
H fried hominy with maple syrup, coffee.
H ' Luncheon Veal oysters, health
H bread, marmalade, tea.
H Dinner Cream of asparagus soup,
H meat pic, French fried potatoes, spln-
H " ach salad, meringue pudding with ai-
H mond custard, plain cup cakes, coffee.
H My Own Bcclpcs.
Brr A fdeo way to mold a cereal lor
...... T' ' 11 l -..-(... II I
frying is to pour into well buttered or
oiled baking powder cans. While bak
ing powdor cans havo a sharp edge
and care must be used In washing
them, they are bettor than coffee cans,
for coffee cans havo a little roll edge
that prevents turning tho molded
cereal out to -slice.
Lean veal cut In pieces the size of
1 tablespoon water.
Cracker or dried br"ead crumbs.
Salt and Pepper.
Cook veal In. boiling water until
tender. Season with salt and pepper.
PRICE CUTTING WAVE
EXTENDS TO OGDEN
"Verily a prophet Is not without
honor save in his own city," says the
sales manager at Wrights. "It's re
markable how liberal your local papers
are to tell of the cheaper prices in
England, New York and Salt Lake,
and it is equally remarkable how 3low
they are to say a good thing about the
homo town stores. So we have to
"toot our own horns" quit a bit listen
to these following 'toots.1'
A woman from Omaha was in our
store last week. She bought two pairs
of kid gloves, a complete set of lin
gerie (before our sale) and fitted her
daughter out completely in summer
clothes. This woman is a keen shop
per and knows values she said she,
saved a third by buying here. I'll give
this woman's name to anyone who
wishes to know.
A man from Salt Lake bought for
his own use. two suits of clothes at
this store at $39 a suit. He declared
that he saved money after paying his
car fare. We sell clothes to lots of
Salt Lake men. A lot of space has
been used telling of 20 per -cent cuts
Jin prices all over thp country. If prop
er credit were given to Ogden stores,
lit would be made equally plain that
I we havo been selling .women suits!
and coats and skirts and blouses, for
some time, at reductions amounting to
nearer 50 per cent, and, at that, we
know that our original mark-up was
smaller than that of most stores.
I Take this Silk Sale tne reuueuonsj
will average more than 33 per cent
and, at that, we know for a fact that
our first price on some of the same
Identical silks wer,e 25 per cent under
eastern prices. .
Talk about selling men's clothes at
20 per cent off, why, we are selling
men's suits at nearer 35 percent reduc
tion. Many of these $39 suits cost
us $33, in fact, that is the average
cost. We would like a chance to show
the invoices to anyone who doubts this
But, after all is said, it's the great
public who knows v..lues and who ap
preciate them. There are no dull days
at this store this month of May will
be the greatest in our ristory In point
of sales the smallest in point of prof
its. A great many of our customers
have been buying here for about forty
years now and they know that the pol
icy here is to buy and sell a lot of
merchandise at a small profit- It's a
great truth, recognized by all success-
1 rul merchants: many small profits
j makes a store grow big."
One Scene From
Romance of Ogden
mil II inn in iiBoatassgBos; ,j i in iniiiw i-nuB
"The Romance of Ogden" Will Be
Presented at the Alhambra May 26,
27, 28 and 29.
Two-piece embroidered trlcolettc
suits in the latest style are selling at
525 each wholesale in Now York.
Skirls of imported whito gabardine
are being sold by New York whole
Said's at $48 a dozen.
In New York tricolette drosses arc
selling at $14.75 and printed georg
ette dresses at $15.75 each, whole
sale. In a New York advertisement chif
fon taffeta dresse3 aro offered at
?1C75 and $13.75 each to the whole
Tho Canadian Pacific railroad is j
planning to convort wasto flax stiawi
to paper pulp.
Dip in crumbs, egg (slightly beaten
with water), and crumbs. Fry in hot
fat. Deep fat or a frying pan may be
Meringue Pudding With Almond
3 eggs (whites).
$i cup powdered sugar.
2 tablespoons lemon juice.
Beat whites of eggs till stiff and
dry. Beat In sugar slowly. Add lem
on juice drop by drop. Put in mold
with hole in the center, set In a pan
of hot water and bako in a moderate
oven for 20 minutes. Turn onto disn
nnd fill center with boiled custard and
chopped blanched almonds
: ' ? - , " : 1 tai
Under Searching Eyes v I
Do you ever wince inwardly ? -;?y-y. I
' A N unexpected meeting a bat-
c tery of eyes focused tpon
J- -a- your face Can you meet
' .... it with composure? Is your skin
flawless? Clear, lovely in coloring?
Or is there some blemish that
; ctai:ds out mercilessly in your own
consciousness? Some fault in your
complexion that you knerof observant
eyes must take notice of?
.V .' , There is nothing that -so destroys
' a man's or woman's poise and self-
confidence as the consciousness df a
, complexion at fault. Even a little
blemish in some conspicuous place
... maizes you miserably embarrassed. You
" " want to shrink into the background.
. . You lose your confidence, your gaiety.
' I Your very personality is dimmed, just
when you are most anxious to appear
at your best.
Yet diis suffering is entirely necd-
k less. You need never be miserable
and tongue-tied from, such self-consciousness.
Almost anyone, by simple,
regular, hygienic care of the skin, can
free her complexion of the defects
that so commonly mar an otherwise
- ' Disfiguring blackheads enlarged
... , , .. nose pores a skin that will get shiny.
1 : These things can be corrected.
Take care of the new sldn that is
forming every day as old skin dies.
Give it every night the right treat
ment for your particular trouble, and
'within x nt-eeli dt ten days y'oU will
notice a marked improvement. .
Jiowto remove skin bleimshes
Take-one of the most common
. skin troubles. Perhaps your skin b
OF CERVANTES' HOTEL
TOLEDO. Sniin, May 19. Protest
has como from every city in Spam
against the proposal to modernise the
famous hotel in Toledo where once
lived Cervantes, tho author, who
"laughed Spain's chivalry away" In
"Don Quixote." Many academics and
art organizations demanded that tho
original character of this resort of
Spain's greatest writer be preserved.
MILK PRICES REDUCED.
LINCOLN, Neb., May 20. Ono of
tho largest milk distributing com
panies of Lincoln today announce a
reduction in price of one cent a quart,
from 15 lo 14 cents effective immediately.
i'Used for 70 Years
Thru its use Grandmother's
youthful appearance has Iv S
remained until youth has Ag I
become but a memory. Jflrg'
The soft, refined, pearly XjMk
white appearance it ApKugaByyB
renders leaves the joy JSBswBl
of Beauty with .yfSf
.constantly being marred by unsighdy
little blemishes. No doubt you at
tribute thc:n to something wrong
with your blood but authorities on ,
ths skin now agree that in the great
majority of cases, these blemishes are
caused by bacteria ond parasites that
are carried into the ores from outside,
through dust and fine particles in
By using the Woodbury method
of cleansing your skin, you can free
it from such, blemishes.
By the right care you can not only free
your skin from blemishes you can
keep it smooth and clear. C7se the
special treatment recommended here.
Just before retiring, wash in your
usual way with warm water and
Woodbury's Facial Soap, finishing
with a dash of cold water. Then dip
the tips of your fingers in warm
water and rub them on the cake of
Woodbury's until they are covered
with a heavy cream-like lather. Cover
each blemish widi a thick coat of this
and leave it on tor ten minutes.
Then rinse very carefully, first with
dear hot water, then with cold.,
ii u j i m i- i W i I V f 7 1 ' 1 1 V V ' iTTIff 111 i i II
OF IE SCREEN
AT THE 0GB TQCAY
In ono of the best plays of her screen
career, Olive Thomas, the Sclznick
beauty, will, be .seen today, at the. Og
den for three days in "Footlights and
Shadows," adapted by K. Cecil Smith
from the story by Bradley King. Un
der the direction of John W. Noble,
Miss Thomas Is said to give her best
performance of the season.
"Footlights nnd Shadows" tells the
story of a. girl performer in the "Mid
night Revue," which serves to take
the star back to the role which brought
her so much fame while a member of
An excellent cast supports Miss
Thomas, with, Alexander Onslow as
her leading man. The photography,
lighting effects and settings arc elab
orate and the whole provides an en
joyable evening's entcrlnlnment.
URGES AERIAL LINE.
LONDON, May 19. Establishment
of an aerial route from the Pacific
to tho Amazon as a means of sur
mounting difficulties of road tpvel
among the Andes, is advocated by G.
M. Dyott, until recently a squadron
commanderjoC the British Royal Naval
Use this treatment until the
blemishes have disappeared, then con IH
, tinuc to give your face, every night,
a thorough bath in the regular ' -Woodbury
way, with Woodbury's
Facial Soap and warm water, finishing II
with a dash" of cold water. In this way HM
you can guard against any reappear , M
ance of the blemishes. Wm
Special treatments for all the com' II
moncr skin troubles are given in the ' i . , In
famous booklet of treatments that is Wit
wrapped around every cake of w
Woodbury's Facial Soap. Get a cake i; ,
today begin, tonight, the treatment J. . 4 v fjl . i
your skin needs. ' : f iMmJ
You. will find Woodbury's Facial jH
Soap on sale at any drug store or jH
toflct goods counter in the United fmjm
States or Canada. A 25-cenC cake . .
lasts for a month or sbi weeks of any IH
treatment, or for general cleansing , mM
Would you like a trial1 ' ,t JH
size cake? H
For 6 cents we will send you i" tH
trial size cake (enough for a week of LM
any Woodbury facial treatment) to
gether with the booklet of treatments,!
"A Skin You Love to Touch."1 i
Or for 15 cents we will send you the! jil
treatment booklet and samples o ,
Woodbury's Facial Soap, Facial Pow- j
der, Facial Cream and Cold Cream.1 mM
Address The Andrew Jergcns Co.,'
Spring Grove Ave., Cincinnati,
If you live in. Canada Address The
Andrew Jei gens Co., Limited, Sher-t :. r ,,
'irooke , Street Perth, Ontario, 1 - -
.'. -a lift lt'i.'-I
W. C. T. U. PRESIDENT
URGES TOBACCO WAR
LONG BEACH, Cal.. May 20. A nation-wide
campaign against the use of
tobacco was advocated by Mrs. Stella
B. Irvine, president of the W. C. T. U.
of Southern California, at the opening
of that organization 3Sth annual convention.
An orang outang rarely bothers
those who do not trouble him.
DENVER PASTOR MADE
DES MOINES, la., May 19. Eleo- IH
tion of white bishops for the Mothodist
Episcopal church was completed today
by the general conference. Dr. C. L.
Mead, of Denver, was chosen on the IjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjH
ninth ballot, his vote being 553 with
546 necessary to elect. H
Automobiles worth $100,000,000
were sold in Canada last yaer. JmB
Don't Poison Baby. M
FORTY YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must havo
PAREGORIC or laudanum to mako it sleep. Theso drugs will produce MM
sleep, and a FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP MM
FROM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who UM
have been killed or whoso health has been ruined for life by paregoric, lauda- MM
num and morphine, each of which is a narcotio product of opium. Druggists JM
are prohibited from selling either of tho narcotics named to cliildron at all, or
to anybody without labelling them "poiBon." The definition of " narcotio" MM
ia : "A medicine whicJi relieves jpain and produces sleep, but tvhich in poison- JM
ou3 doses produces stupor, coma, convulsions and death." Tho taste and mM
smell of medicines containing opium are disguised, and sold under tho names WM
of " Drops," " Cordials," " Soothing Syrups," cto. You should not permit any
medicine to be given to your children without you or your physician know MM
of what it is composed. OASTORIA DOES KOT
CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears tho signature 7 jH
of Chas. H. Fletcher. V ffZs , H
1 Gtnuine Castorio always bears the signature of rt-tzry, 'CttCAt'iA
SAY POP The Way Some Persons Talk, Gas Is Cheap. , By C. M. Payna
I 1 ciww.ty " '