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i JOHN'S THOUGHTLESSNESS
L turn6d to John appeal! ngly.
"Please,' I said, "don't let us begin to
quarrel before wo arrive at the house."
"I don't want to quarrel with jou.
Katherine," was his impatient answer,
"but you seem to always rub me the
He turned to me suddenly and
looked me closely. "Goodness," he
said, isn't there a beauty shop around
here-anywhere "I've never seen a
1 woman who has gone off on her looks
'-as you have during the last few weeks.
Your complexion is something terrible
To see you now no one would ever
think that I had married the prettiest
girl in this town."
I felt my Up tremble.
"A woman in my condition is not
supposed to be a thing of beauty," I
"VelI, you needn't be. so hurt about
it, especially as your ugliness is not
permanent," he said in a tone of voico
which made me realize that ho was a
little bit ashamed of himself. And then
-but 'I never could understand, anyway,'-
jusL why a woman is so afraid
of the truth."
Why Not Before Marriaflc?
'Didn't you tell me the truth before
we. were married, John? I don't re
member', that you ever remarked in
those days that my complexion was
looking muddy or that my hair was not
"Your completion never was mud
dy,', he answered. I
"Vpuld. you have told me if it had!
iilpiB1' "No," he answered, "because I
pjjEpBP' should have left you quite alone. I
mmm ' .rsJP never could stand a girl that didn't
'have a good complexion, and you must
nitM realize that just at present you are not
ijrjlBI very easy to look au"
&tegf "When are you returning to the
IpbI "Why, I just got here! In your let-
wil'Vl ter 1 " were very anxious, to have mc !
ifiPI'ill come this way' and now you are ask-
iug .nie when I shall leave. Aren't you
? rather capricious?"
JSS&jI "Not at all. I have tried to tell you
Ipwl many limes, John,' that when you are
away from me I always think" of you
-ir iim aS 011 were in lhe woml?rful tlireo
weeks before oui marriage, and I
Ijljj think the surprise of finding you al-
ways so utterly different now is one of
gSkKBc t,,e, things that makes me seem an-
Wff noyed and capricious to you."
"imflr "I real'y novei' could understand,"
JHlJ said John, as we went up to our room,
"why it is that a woman always wants
to be flattered. The more I see of
Hfl them the more it Beoms to me that a
PH woman would rather you would lie to
lier, if you lie prettily, than to have you
fl teHher the truth if it ruffles her van-
P For the Good of the Soul
B v "r don't think that's tnie. John," I
said. "Most women do liko to be told 1
I that they are charming by the men
they care for. And I do not believe
that what most people call truth need
be as unpleasant as it usually is. but I
do think that wo women do need some
thing for the good of our souls.
"Just a little while ago you asked me
why I didn't go to a beauty parlor and
havo my complexion improved- Did It
J ever occur to you that we have all
these things done for our bodie.c, but
when we ask for something which will
make our souls beautiful (because
when a woman is happy her soul is
beautiful) most people consider that
wc are begging for sop to oiir vanity."
1 "All right Let's don't talk about It
I any more. Do you realize that I'm aw
i fully tired. I've been two nights on a
train. I think I'll go and take a bath
'and after that a little snooze. Then
I we'll talk business."
I John left me unceremoniously and I
.heard him whistling as he turned the
1 water cn in the bathroom and I knew
he had forgotten everything that he
had been talking about that was dis
agreeable to him in any way.
I went to the mirror and looked my-
unU itn.nr.iM.. , T . 1. . a?
ftu v-uiviuiii utl'l. 1 WilO UUl UI'UULI-
fnl, but it seemed to me my husband
I should be the lat one to tell me of it
under the circumstances. Charles had
said nothing of the kind to me.
Would Be Half Conscious
He had not allowed me to feel un
comfortable in his presence, and now,
after what John had said, I would be
very self-conscious when 1 met Charles
again a feeling I- had never had be
fore with Charles..
I was very sorry that this incident
had happened, for besides the unhap
piness it had made for mo personally,
I realized that I should be quite de
pendent upon Charles .during the next
month or two after John had gone
I "Perhaps," I said to myself, "I should
I not see Charles any more until after
the baby comes." Then I thought, "How
I silly." It seemed to me that one of
the things the modern woman was get
ting beyond was the fact that there
iwas anything disgraceful in mother
hood. However, now my own husband
had called attention to the fact that I
must be more or lesr a target for spec
ulative thought. I never would feel
the same about it again."
Tomorrow "Are Men Gullible?"
KILLS WIFE AMD FOUR
CHILDREN THEN HIMSELF
SISTER VILLE, W. Vn., June 15.
Fred Seckman, an oil driller, after kill
ing his wife and four children at Shir
ley, W. Va., Monday, ended his own
life by slashing his throat with the
razor he had used upon his victims and
jumping into a rain barrel.
j J))Q SCgnlc en(in0 retiable vegetable remedies
Hi' j Slow Recovery from InJlucnza and Kindred Ailments
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: American Middle West Supplies' Beauty and
Grace to Ballet Soon to Dance in Europe
CHICAGO, 111., Jime 1-1. Charms of
the great middle west oC'America will
have a chance to "nthrall the , beauty
centers of Europe when the' Pavley
Oukra'.nsky ballet crosses the -Atlantic
In this ballot are many beautiful
girls from the mlOdlewest who came
to Chicago to stmly dancing omdpr
Pavley and Oukralnsky. Bright lights
among these aro tho graceful toe dan
cer, Helen Grencl.'e; Maxlne Arnold,
who distinguishes herself, in a .dance
of the bacchantes; and Stasia Led ova,
dainty ballet dancer. Maxine Ar
nold's sister. Ysobel. Is also a mem-
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bcr of the ballet, in coir.pan w itla ' i
Viola Shermont. who portrays Oriental
j Sister Mary's Kitchen
(Copyright, 1021), N. K. A.)
Rhubarb makes excellent "pie tlm-i
ber" for winter months when fruits
A fruit that la to be used for pies I
is muhc better if canned without
sugar, especially very tart fruit.
There is a cold-water method often
used for eannin? pic-plant. The plant
is washed, pared and cut In pieces, to
fit tho Jar. Pack closely In jar and
put under cold running water. Let
water run 25 minutes and screw on
cover. A perfect vacuum Is formed
this way and no air must enter during
tho sealing. If air Is permitted to pen
etrate tho rhubarb will not keep.
If rhubarb is cooked do not pare.
Cut in one-inch pieces, put over a slow
fire in cold water Just enough to keep:
from burning; and bring to a boll.
Simmer ten minutes. Pack in per-J
fectly sterilized cans and seal. This
must be done ery quickly that no ait
may enter the can.
Menu lor Tomorrow.-
Breakfast Shredded wheat biscuits
with strawberries and top milk, toast
ed rye .broad, coffee.
Luncheon Larded sweetbreads, pi
mento and cream cheese sapdwlchcb,
aplce cake with sour creum frosting,
Dinner Smothered chicken, new
potatoes, asparagus loaf, vogetable
salad, pineapple sponge cake, coffee.
My Own Rei-ipcs.
In making the sandwiches the
I CITIZENSHIP FORUM
THINGS WOMEN WANT
I Knch day Ls given, with lis correct
answer, one question jinked the stu
dents at the Chicago School of Politi
cal Iulucatlou for Women.
12. What was the
Populist party? When
was It started? .
The Populist party was an organ
ization which grew out of the move
ments previously started by the Gran
gers and tho Farmers' Alliance. Its
aim was the general social devel
opment of country people. The par
ty was organized at Cincinnati in
May, 1891. Its platform included a
demand for free coinage of silver,
abolition of national banking system,
national ownership of public com
munication and transportation means,
popular election of United Slates
senators, adoption of initiative and
referendum, and prohibition of alien
ownership of land.
CHARACTER MUST !
LAKE GENEVA, Wis., June 1-1.
Bishop McDowell in an address today
i at the students' conference said that
tho building of character was neces
sary to safeguard the nation.
"America's strength, wealth and re
sources are sufficient for all demand,"
Bishop McDowell said, "but with the
greatest concern we inust look to tho
point of character."
GOES TO HOME
WASHINGTON, Juno 1-1. Senator
Johnson of California, who was one of
tho leading candidates for the Repub
lican presidential nomination, arrived
here late today 'and went to his home
at Rlverdale, Maryland. He declined
to make any comment on the conven
tion, or his future plans. He is ex
pectcd at his offico nt the capltol to
morrow to wind up pending matters.
GALVESTON, Tex., June 15. Sen
tlor W. G. Harding, tho Republican
omlnee. was elected an honorary
lember of the, Texas Typothotae at
he opening session of its annual con
cheese should be quite moist. A bit
I of cream added to the combination
land the whole worked very smooth
makes a delicious sandwich. Beware
of dryness in sandwiches.
EGG LESS" SPICE CAJyE
1 cup brown augar
cup butter and lard mixed
1 cup sour milk "
1 teaspoon soda
2 cups flour
1 teaspoon cinnamon
teaspoon baking powder
1 cup -raisins
Cream butter and sugar. afYx and
sift flour, bnking powder, cinnamon
and a "pinch" of salt. Dissolve soda
in milk. Add half of the dry ingredi
ents to the first mixture. Add milk.
Add remaining dry Ingredients. Sift
Vi cup of flour over raisins and add to
tho battor. Bake in a loaf In a slow
oven for -15 minutes.
SOUR CREAM FROSTING
1 cup sour cream
1 cup sugar
1 cup raisins or
1 cup nuts
Cook all in a double boiler till a soft
ball is formed when the sirup is drop
ped in cold water. Then do ok a min
ute longer for luck. Beat till cool
and spread on cake. This frosting
needs to be well cooked. It will remain
soft and creamy.
Time and tide mid my grocer's newly-arrived
barrel or sugar wait for no
Harold lhy& and Lew;
Cody Pktares Please
'Hie OgdenV Crowd7
Harold Lloyd in his latest two reel
$100,000 comedy. "An Eastern West
erner" and Low Cody, the "man of a
thousand Loves" in "The Beloved
Cheater" Ib the happy combination of
the Ogden theatre bill now showing,
that has won general praise for thoso
who havo been fortunate to spenu
an evening or afternoon In the cool
Harold Lloyd demonstrates ' that
there is comedy in tho wild west towus
such as is often used 03 the scene for
the thrilling western dramas. The sit
uations in which the tenderfoot
(Lloyd) passes through aro new In
Lew Cody's drama is very difforcnt
from any that Is now the usual run
of pictures. Thoro is no final "clinch."
Just a natural finish for the young I
man who has a cabinet of "trophies"!
gathered from tho "cases" of love dur-J
ing his "hunts." Cody ls n star with a
very Interesting screen personality.
Starting Thursday will be tho Groat
Locklear. "king or the air," in tho
thrilling photodrama, "The Great Air
MUST TEACH MEXICO TO
ST. LOUIS, Juno 15. Mexico soon
will be brought to realize that Ameri
can lives and property there must be
protected, or else will pay penalty,
Senator Seidell P. Spencer of Missouri,
dcclarod in an address.
The address was delivered at Flag
Day celebration held by a fraternal
After eulogizing tho flag, the sena
tor asserted "nq nation dare Insult it
abroad and Mexico will soon bo taught
the lesson that American life and
property cannot be wantonly taken
without immodiato and severe ac
counting to the sovereign people."
A FRIEND RECOMMENDED THEM
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friend how to get well. J. N. Tohill,
clerk Lottie hotel, Evansvllle, Ind.,
writes: "For weeks I suffered con
stantly with pains in the muscles of
my. thigh. I was treated by the doctor
for rheumatism but found no relief.
Upon recommendation of a friend, I
tried Foley Kidney Pills and began to
get . relief almost' immediately." Good
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dancing roles. These girls are from
Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois,
IMPROVING THE TOMATO.
BY M. C. MERRILL,
Horticulturist, Utah Agricultural
. Inasmuch a3 Weber and neighbor
ing counties are dotted with tomato
canne ed and the tu.-n'it industry,
has asoJiP.e.l r'uru pi ud.Ii i m import
ance throughout that section, tne
readers ot.th-5 6 . nda.' l -Exmnliui: win
probably 'Co interested Sr. the various
phases of tonu'3 irnprovniMil.
I The tom.t'o is a plant of Aincr.oan
origin, Us native hoi.tu being l'trru,
as nearly as can bo determined. Jt is
a most interesting plant to grow nna
study for many reason.;. Because of
lis long period of existence in the Uup
Ics it has becomo adapted to a long
1 growing season and docs- best In warm
weather. It therefore keeps right on
growing and flowering, and producing
fruit In tho northern latitudes until
it is killed by tho frost. To get tho
greatest production beforo tho com
weather of Urn fal. it, is stated in
hot-beds. Care is taken to protect it
trom the spring frosts, for this trotM
cal plant is very tender.
in the course of time the tomato
will undoubtedly evolve In the north
ern regions into a plant with a mueu
shorter growing period than at prc-i
sent. This will be dono by breeding
The department of horticulture or
the Utah experiment station Is nu
starting upon the third year of expori
mcntation with the tomato. About 100
strains and varieties of canning tonia
j toes grown in various sections of tho
I United States aro being tested, hred,
I and selected. Thero aro three main
features In tho Improvement of tho
tomato that arc being sought. These
1. Tho development of an earlier
variety so tho fall fro3ts will not take
such a heavy toll each year.
OF OIL FOR U. SJ
WASHINGTON. Juno 15. Dovelop
'ment of tho oil resources of foreign
countries by American interests with
a view to insuring an ndoquate supply
for the United States, wis urged by
Secretary of tho Interior Payne in a
letter to Senator Phelan of California.
Tho latter Introduced a bill at tho last
session of congress providing for cren-
Uon of a United Statos oil corporation
and tho development of oil fields in
In tho letter made public by Senator
Phelan, the secretary said that tho
purposo of the Pholan.blll is "to pro
vide tho means for further promoting
tho worldwide search for oil," and
added that "in that purposo I am In
"Every American company engaged .
In this pioneering search for oil that
moots tho International requirements
ot business conduct," Mr. Payne wrote, 1
"should be given full support by its
government. I believe, moroovor, that
tho authorization of the special corpo- ;
ration along the goneral lines I havo (
indicated will incidentally strengthen .
tho position of American companies
already exploring oil fields on other
continents, and it is a matter 'of na
tional concern that their activities be
given all the protection and aid they
ROME, June 14. Former Premier
Glolotti is understood to have almost
succeeded in forming a new cabinet,
but official announcement of its com
position is not expected until Wednes
day because of difficulty said to havo
arisen between Former Minister of
War Bonomi and former Minister of
Finance Meda, both of whom aro desi
rous of filling tho treasury portfolio.
Meantime Signor Glolotti is endeavor
ing to arrive at an arrangement with
I the Catholic party.
Pavley recently, sailed for Europe
to arrange for the apyearanco of the
ballet In. European capltols. Pavlej
and Oukralnsky were responsible for
all the Ballet Divertisemcnts with the
Chicago Grand Opera aompany during
the past sea3on.
:j Tie Standard's U. A. C Bureau
I Articles of Interest to Farmers, Housekeepers and Others
H Written for The Standard by Experts at Utah's Noted
I Agricultural College at Logan
2. The breeding of higher yielding
3. The production of a tomato of
better quality than wo have at pre
sent. Great strides have been made In tho
past few decades in. tho development
or evolution of the tomato from the
small wild native tomato to our pic
scnt tomatoes of Increasing excellence
Wc have gone a long way In a short
time In the Improvement of the toma
to. But yet wo have Just barely start
ed. Tho original uatlvo tomato was
small, spherical and with only two
seed cavities. It very closely reaem bl
ed our present cherry tomato. The
most notable advance in its improver
merit has been an Increase in size. iui
along with that increased size has
been an increase In the number of
seed cavities, which aro undesirable.
Furthermore, there has been a de
velopment of angularity or irregular
Slirfaeos. anothor h;id fontnrf It Ik
true there are some varieties now
producting beautiful smooth tomatoes
of spherical shape. This is the type
desired, but it must be improved uijuu
as regards quality. The Improvement
will proceed along the lines of ear
Uness, greater yield, a lower percent
age of culls, a tougher skin, a more
solid interior with fewer seods and
watery seed cavities.
Tomatoes arc readily subject to
change as a result of brooding and
of environmental influences. Tomato
varieties tend rapidly to "run out" or
change markedly and new varieties
arc constantly appearing. This con
dition favors the development of new
and superior varieties.
The future will no doubt see tho
origin and development of tomato var
ieties as much superior to our present
varieties as these are superior to the
wild native tomato.
IN PISTOL FIGHT
BRISTOL. Va., June 14. Feud spirit
between the Fee and Berry families
of Esserville, near here, found expres
sion yesterday In a pistol fight in the
streets of the town. Ah a result Rob
ert Fee and George Polly, the latter a
member of the Berry faction, are dead,
Dewitt Fee and a ba'jy are seriously
wounded nnd Tom and Georgo Berry
are slightly wounded.
Reports of th feudist struggle to
day said the trouble was started early
last week by the Fee brothers holding
up and disarming a deputy sheriff, a
member of the Berry family. The
Berrys promptly armed themselves.
Meeting on the streets of Esserville
yesterday, George and Tom Berry,
father and son, respectively, and Polly,
opened fire, the reports state, on Rob
ert and Dewitt Fee. The two brothers
returned the fire. During the fight a
baby belonging to a disinterested min
er wns hit by a stray bullet while ly
ing in its crib.
BLAST KILLS TWO.
PARK FALLS. Wis,, June 15. Two
mon were killed and four seriously In
jured when a gas tank In. the machine
shop In the Flambeau Paper company
oxplodcd Saturday afternoon.
RESTFUL RESULTS FOR MEN.
Only a person who has experienced
that awful "all night" cough that some
times follows Influenza, can appreciate
what a good night's sleep can be. Mrj.
Annie Davison, 20S0 Myrtle St., Long
Bench, Cal., writes: "The result of us
ing Foley's Honey and Tar was a rest
ful one for me." Foley's Honey anJ
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in throat; covers raw, irritated sur
faces with a soothing, healing coating.
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METHODISTS EXCEED , I
QUOTAS $1,250,000 !
NEW YORK. June 14. Subscrip- j H
I Hons to tho centenary conservation jH
committee of tho Methodist Episcopal j
church exceeded the quotas for tho jH
various areas by more than $1,250,000.
according to figures made public by
the centenary officinls today. The to- I
tai quota $vas $llu,S2-i,459 and the sub- I VM
scriptions were $15,003,375. IH
The subscriptions for a five-year pe- IH
rlod of the principal areas include
Denver $1,610,000, Portland $2,386,315,
an Francisco $'1,460,378.
ON WILSON" BOARD.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, June 15. The
board of trustees of Ohio state uni
versity, tonight granted permission to
Dr. W. O. Thompson, president of the
university, to servo on the conimls- ll
si on named by President Wilson to ll
settle tho dispute between anthracite H
coal miners atid operators. Dr. Thomp rl
son, when appointed, announced he ll
would serve if the university director.? IH
gave their permission. H
WORD TO WOMEN I
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E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Did For Her.
1 Morrice, Mich." About a year after
my second baby was born I suffered
Bwith dizziness every
morning so that I
could hardly get
around. I bad heard
from other vromen
about your medicine
and had read letters
about it so my hue
bond got me Xydia
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lieved my sufferings very much and I
shall never be without it at such times.
I have told others of its great worth
and shall keep on telling it' Mrs. Ed. jH
Thomas, Box 184, Morrice, Mich.
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HE COULDN'T STRAIGHTEN UP
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