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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1920. 3 f
I ' - KbVE aid MARRIED 1IFE
j lij. the noted author
j Idah MSGlone Gibson j
I JOHN IS HAPPY
- 'Well, ar you going In In ablo to
' go for a motor ride with r..c this
I, morning, Mmc. Gordon, ' ho askfd.
,J I I am nfrald not, Mr, Gordon,
fe nurn- answered for me, "but l think
she may take a little r k Lpmi
jtl I vvrin' I,.- hii i. ...I.. i row :i'(-- . -
,Hi noon; I have goi to return."
8 " h. I am BO son " . ' I
Pf Well, the sooner I return, prob- j
ably the sooner you will como bach
n home yourself. We haven't Been much
EH together In the Inst year, have Wo
S9H Katherlnc-.' We will have to lm jlII
over aguln. Shall 1 move into the now
j , . house befor you rc-turn. or would you
HfBs rather Jo th.it yourself?
I1! You certainly are hrgliTnlnu nil
?KB over again, John." 1 Bald. "In ordi-
OTtflfr nnry rlrrumslunce.3 jou would have
g3L never asked my desiree on this subject,
3H but moved or not as you thought best.''
T tell the truth. I would rather
H not move until you come home."
H "Well, anyway. I am pleased that
H you have gone about the matter dlplu-
B matlcally, and In this case I want to
H say to you that your ideas and mine
H are in perfet a curi i would rather
Hh do the moving.
Lctta i. mm Karl.
J "By the way , have you heard from
H Karl Shepnrd lately-." John asked un-
H suspecting! v. "He was so devoted,
H sending you flowers and hauling me
NHHJ over the coals for my little derelictions
WfciY that he sunposed were mine, that 1
thought he must have at least written
Fes," i answered I have received
w- two or three from him "
K John looked up in surprise.
H "Where is he?" he asked.
"In India, now." I answered
9VH "Have you written to him "
So, i havi not .- in fact, i don 1
ihlnk he expected his letters to be
"Oh: they were just simply the ordi
nary post cards, or letters of travel?"
'.h i John. ,
I did not answer, as 1 did not want
to .-how John Karl's letters yet. In
fact, 1 was not sure that I wo'ild ever
show them to him.
"Kunny, wasn't it," he said, "that
he should give up his business and
tnrl traveling nil by his lonely0 How
ever. I could do It easy, if I had plenty
of money and I don t know that I
blame him When I am rich ejiough
I shall try to take it easy, too"
This morning John seemed perfect
ly happy The world was USlng him
as he would wish 1 1 to. 1 had not only
given him a daughter, but she had
brought, in her little hand, a 125,000
Never Will Change.
I suppose I must get over the fact
of wanting John to think less of mon
ey than he does, because I am sure
he ncvi-r Will Change In tins direction.
I lost ' .isle with him v. hen my father
died and he found that 1 nad given up
my personal income to my mother I
gained it back again when he thought
I was an heiress to some splendid
i wells . gain my stock was below
par when he found that these wells
were not paying and now thai Charles
had given little Mary $25,004 h- again
thought thjat posslblj his life might
be worth something after all.
I had Just begun to thick that the
world was very beautiful after all, and
deciding within myself that all 'hat
had ailed John, all that had rr;ide
our marriage so unsuccessful was the
fact that we had had no children,
when John abruptly said
'"Do you know when we' lenvc for
the new house Eliza beth .Moreland
is going to conic and live with
(To Be Continued.)
H . i FOR LITTLE FOLKS
y TOM.MV s sot Us.
When Tommy Thoue md-Lcgger j
said he forgot which sock he had put j
g his money Into. Tingallng and tnel
twins offered to help him. of course !
P There wasn't any time to be lost if
they were to collect ill the rents thai
gH day in the Land-of -Dear-Knows-1
j?! Where and tiny would have to begin'
Tommy had told them that he had:
jH so many socks he couldn't count them
jH all, so you may imagine what a Job
There wore socks in the bureau, - n l,- in tbc iwardrobi . and in the
V' it was, ThPre were socf-. In the
H oureau, socks in the wardrobe and It
K the waahstand; the chiffonier, too .
B Tvns simply chuck-full' Hut that was1
In his bedroom only. They hid over-
fP flowed into the dining room even,
MH mind you and the sideboard and china -
lflH closet and linen-chest were stuffed
P But that was in trie bedroom and'
dining room only. They had over-j
B flowed still further into the parlor,
pfjk and do you know Tommy Thoi nd-
HS Ledgers socks were stuffing the piano
and sticking out of tlie what-not. and
even the umbrella stand was too
crowded with socks tor even the very
slenderest cane to have found standing
But that was in the bedroom and
dining room and parlor only for even
the kitchen was bursting with stocks
the cabinet and the oven (I don't know
how he ever baked a pie), and the
flour bins, and all the things you
can think of that f can't, were as full
of socks as this story Is of words!
l haven! mentioned cupboards, you
see, because the cupboards were full
of Shoes, as Tommy had said.
Well. Nick ami Nancy and Tingallng,
and even the M;.H'i'il .Mushroom,
hunted and hunted for Tommy's rent
money But nobody found it! t h, yes.
Tommy was hunting too- He was an
elegant searcher at that, for he could
unroll a pair of socks and roll them
up again quid', as you can snap your
fingers. No wonder, with him wearing
fourteen thousand and then some pairs
of socks a week.
(Coups right, 1020, V l I . i
Sister Mary's Kitchen
The cut known as round steak in;
1 beef contains as much nourishment as I
! the more expensive ems In tact, In
4Ha the round the number of calories of
protein per pound are the same.
The chief objection to round steak
HI is Its toughness The, connecting tls-
RHI) sues arc stronger and the meat coarser
HK grained If the ml is ground very
H9l fine this difficulty Is overcome
H9 In cooking round steak one is very,
k apt to cook most of the goodness OUlj
BPI of it an attempt to make it tender If
the meat is very finely chopped it can
PPpjl be cooked in a variety of ways, rare'
or well done. !f the steak is to be!
! broiled rare an excellent way to cook j
BgBK it is like this Buy two tin pie pans
exactly the same size. Butter papa
RBal and pack ground meat in one. Broil
JHfi on one side, ttirn into other pan and
tflpVK broil on the other side. Season with
1 salt and pepper and a little butter, lust
BMI like porterhouse, and serve verv hot
MI NI' FOR TOMORROW
Breakfast Cantaloup1', scrambled
BI JL. OggS, toast, eoffee
HJVr? Luncheon Swiss chard on toast,
EflLi plain cookies, fresh raspberries, tea.
Dinner Boneless birds, new pota
toes in cream sauce, oriental beans,
lettuce salad. Junket ice cream, drop
MY OWN Rl Mi l s
Swiss chard is a delicious vegetable
little known or used. The stalks can
be used as asparagus and the leaves
like spinach. A little onion is always
a help for the chard by Itself is a bit
SVt 1SS OH BD ( 'I i VS I
2 bunches chard
3 green onions
Midland. lis.- sauce
Cut leaves from stalks of chard. Tie
carefully washed stalks in two
bunches. Put on to cook In boiling
water with onions. W hen m arly len
der add salt Finish cooking. Remove
chard from water. Arrange on hot
buttered toast and pour sauce over.
Sprinkle with paprika and serve irery
L' quarts string brans
I B BBWSBSi .
l Gy LEE (,APE
This afternoon us fcllews was set-1
.ting on my front steps wondering wat j
to do. and Pud Simklns scd. I tell
you wat. fellows, lets have some kind;
I Of a athaletlc contcit. lets see who can)
.make themself the reddest In the face,
by holding their beth the longest j
Aw, we all know yu can Mold your
breth longer than anybody elts, thats
the only reason you want to play that,
! nothing doing, scd Sid Hunt.
I tell you wats a good contest, lets,
'see who can wawk along the ecrbstona
I the ferthest without losing their hal
I lents s-d Skinny .Martin.
: Skinny being the best cerbstone
wawker of enybody, and we all Bed,
Bike heck, Its a wonder you wouldn't,
pick ut sumthlng easy for yourself wile;
your about It. like fun. no sir
G, fellows. 1 tell you lets wat Bets
see who can stand on their hands the,
longest, sed my cussln Artie. Him I
being the longest hand.tander in tb
I crowd wen he cant think of enything
'elts to do. and I sed. , yes, like fun
'we Will, Jest give you a chance to
beef ua? Like nit I know a good,
one. fellows, lets put a little peece of I
paper down and see who can make It
I move by Standing the ferthest away
and blowing at It. I
Me being the best blov.er of any of
them, ami tiiey a'l started to make
fearse noises as 'f I had insulted theml
or stunting, and after that Sid Hi nt
made a suggestion to see who could,
wlaslc throo 2 fingers the loudest on
account of him knowing he would be
the on- and after that Kd Wernick
wunted us all to go erround to Smits
.meet store and see who could chin
Ithelrself the most times on the thing
that holds the awning up, on account
of him being aid." to chin himself 5 1
;inv-s, and the result was we Jest kepp
ion sotting there without trying eny-
r JUST FOLKS
By Edgar v Guest
Till DRE M OF YOUTH
Those glorious days of long ago. when!
outh and Strength were ours
When all oi.r dreams were fall
ahead and we were strange to
Tln n splendor croWned the hills afar.
wonder new if still they are
As mystical to those who stand to
gase upon them there.
Oh, do the youngsters Of today still
seek the land of far-away
And paint their pictures over there
of pride and pomp and fame
And do they think, as ome we did,
that when of youth they once
The real delights of happiness of
life they'll qi'ickly claim?
Those golden days of long ago .when
we were all loo young to know
The bitter side of life or see the welt
of failure's yting.
We dreamed our dreams of 'strength
and age, of deeds we'd do and
wars we'll wage,
And from the distance thought suc
cess was such an easy thing.
I wonder now if those who sigh to
reach the glorious by and by
Still fancy, as we used to do, that
duty's tasks are light?
And do they think that they shall find
the world and all its people kind
And never know a care by day or
heavy heart by night'
Now we have left that Idng aco the
distant hills we've come to
W.-'v sought ow dreams afar and
near, and many a path we've
We've felt the whio and spur of life
we've had to bear our share of
And many a truth in grief and woe
and bitterness we've learned.
5uci ess Is not the easy Ihing it seemed
to be in dreams of spring.
There's much to bear and much to
i ice and many a cruel test.
But Still,' despite the lines of care
which weary men and women
Youth cherishes its splendid dreams
and thinks that Age is best.
j 2 small tomatoes
1 small dried onion
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt and pepper
Silt beans lengthwise and cut In
I pieces. Peel tomatoes. Slice onion.
, Put oil In slew pan. Add beans Add
remaining ingredients and s'mmer
Without water for ten minutes. Watch
'Ing carefully. Cover with boiling
water and cook thoroughly three or
What's the use of eating In s immer.
ELKS' PURPLE DAY
OGDEN ELKS' PURPLE
DAY AT LAGOON WED
NESDAY, JULY 14. REG
ULAR OLD TIME ELKS'
PICNIC. EVERYBODY IN
VITED. FEATURES GA
LORE. PACK UP A LUNCH
BASKET AND COME
i ALONG. Advertisement.
Which Is Which, Asks
Social Washington I
Left Mi-s Francos Hoar,
right, Miss Louisa Hoar.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Washington
society counts among Its favorite mem.
hers Miss Frances and Miss Boulsa
Hoar, daughters of the late Senator
Hoar, of Massachusetts. and Mrs.
Frederick H. Olllett, The marrlnge ot
their mothf r to Mr. Glllett, speaker oi
WASHINGTON'. July In. MaybeJ
after all. It is worth while for con
gress to distribute free garden and
Members of congress have been he
rated and criticized on every hand for
spending the public money to send out.
those seeds, but if each member dls
patchCd Ms allotment with the finesse
:-l:ow;i by i . u u; i essin .1 n John 11. Small
ot Washington. .V. C-. tlie harvest of
I smilCB would be ample return for the
few hundred thousand dollars they
There's nothing so small about
Small He Uses i lower seeds to carry
Cheer and beauty to the womenfolk of
his North Carolina district. What he
wants Is not a vote from the men, but
a smile from the women.
And that the seeds themselves, and
tin posies they may produce, may be
l'ii their proper poetic setting In
I the minds of North Carolina women
folk Small sends with each package a
i letter of greeting and good wishes.
During the early spring this year,
for instance, the women of his dis
trict received the following letter,
demon-1 rat ing beyond cavil that at
last one congressman has his mind
above the mundane things of govern-
"My Hear Madam: As I glance
through my office window today, I
see no harbingers of springtime or
I flow ers The skies are heavily over
icast The chill all of winter lingers
I I-'og and dampness envelop the haro
trees and obscuro the buildings. Even
the ImposiiiK dome of the Capitol un
willingly emerges from the humid
j "But the witchery of hope enables
me to beckon the gentle zephyrs and
j balmy BUUShlne of May. 'When spring
(unlocks the flowers to paint the laugh
ing soil' .jiid hangs lier Infant blos
soms on the tret-s.' It js of you and
that glad hour that I am thinking
i "II you love flowers and every
woman does perhaps a tiny packet of
id- ut forward by mail may, under
Moving care, tempt :i smile more beuu
tlf ul than Its bloom
"JOHN H SMALL.
"P. S. If this packet does not ar
rive within two weeks, a letter will
istarl another to you. "
MAN LOSES LIFE
TRYING TO SAVE DOG
LLANLLLY. England. Job n Evans
gave his life for his dog here. The
dog was knocked down by a train and
thrown to i ho tracks of another. Evans
dashed after the do.? and was struck
and killed by he t rain on the BecOQil
the House of Representatives, took j
placS this season.
The girl:; look so much alike that :
all btit their most intimate friends are I
sonu-t lines hard put to (ell them apait
They are kind enough to accent their
individual tastes in dress, to help their
Both sisters have dlsinguished them
IseBrs In amateur theatricals.
TODAY IN HISTORY
"No," said Oliver Cromwell -67 1
years ago this morning, 'we'll have to,
i make an example of him. 1 can't have i
these foreigners carving up our best
young folks. It might get to be a
So. he signed the death v riant
of Hon Portuguese ambassador to
Kngland. Tlv don, who had helped I
to kill half a dozen Britishers, claimed
that he had his fingers crossed at 1
the time and that anyway, he was
Immune because he was ambassador
when bis brother went home for the
CHURCHMAN LEASES LOT,
BLOCKS SUNDAY BALL
; FAYETTE CITY. Pa.. Julj The
controversy between cburcn people
and the management of an Independ
ent baseball team here, over the ques
tion of Sunday baseball, was settled
today when Andrew Brown, wealthy
farmer and well known churchman.
I unnounced that he had leased the
only available baseball grounds In this
Mr. Brown posted trespass notices
.at the ball grounds today and nn
j nounced that while Sunday games
i were haniu'd, he would help finance
I the team for week day games.
AH Fraternal Orders
A representative from every Fra
ternal order in Ogden Is earnestly re
' quested to meet at the council chain
I ber in the City Hall at 2 p m.. Sun
! day. July 13. to arrange for the big
, All-Fraternal day at Lagoon to be
; held on Julv 29.
I S T. QUERY, Chairman.
BEDTIME STORIES I
BY HOWARD R. GARIS
I XCLF- WIGGlIiY M THi: DISHES
iCopyrlght, 1920, b: McClure Newspa
per Syndicate i
(Bit HOW UtD K. li Mils.)
ne evening, after suppei hud been
served in the hollow stump bungalow
where uncle Wlggily Longears, the
bunny rabbit ge.itlcman, lived with
his muekrat lady boudekceper. Nurse
.lane Fuz::y Wuzzy, LherS came a knock
on the door.
"Goodness' I wonder who that is?"
spoke Miss Fu.zy Wu.vy, as she stop-'
pod rattling the supper dishes, which,
Bbe Was washing.
' I'll go See," offered Uncle 'WiggUy,
hoping It wasn't the Plpslsewah, the
Skeezlcks or the Skuddlemagoon. And
ilt was not, I'm gtad to say. for It was
..Mrs Wibhlewobble. tnc duck lady I
"Oh, Nurse l ine!" quacked Mrs.
SVlbbltvvobble, '.'an t you come to the
movies with rne this evening They
have a most wonderful film about the
adventures of the Man in the Moon.,
i ' ne "
I "Oh, I'd love to! ' exclaimed Xnrsr
I Jr,ne. "but 1 haven't done the dishes
I and "
Nonsense! Let the dishet go!" said
I'ncie YVlggilv. who tvas listening to
' what Mrs. Wibblewobble was saying
I "11 the dishes go'. Why, Wlegie'
i How you talk- Let the dishes go to
jthe movies'" laughed Nurye Jane.
h, no. I didn't mean le: the dishes
go to the movies!" laughed the bunny
! gentleman. "1 meant let the dishes go
i Without washing and for you to gQ,
Nurse .lane, with Mis. AN Ibbl-wo'.jble
land not io worry about them.
" Not worrying about them will not
I wash them," spoke the muskrat lady,
in wash them!" offered Uncle
Wlggiiy I have nothing special to
I do this evening I am going to stay
i.i the. bungalow and wait for Grand
father Goosey Gander to come over
and play Scotch checkers. I'll do the.
dishes while I'm waiting."
"Oh. how sweet of you' 1 quacked
Mrs. Wibblowobble. 'Come along.
Nurse Jane, do!"
So the muskrat lady put on her n
tail ribbon anil she and the duck lady I
went to the movies, i nele Wiggilj sal
tor a while watching the clouds scud
'across the sky. to help paint a pretty
picture, when the sun got ready to go
i r, tip, I A nil then the biinnv stretched
hi'- e.irs gave his pink nose a twinkle I
Now I shall do the dishes'"
They were all picked up ready to
Wash. The water was piping hot and
there was a clean cake of soap all
ready to take swim In the dishpan.
and play tag with the cups and sauc-j
"Perhaps I may have an adventure
while I am doing the dishes." thought
i L'ncle iggily One of the forks
I nn get lost away do.vn In the bottom
of the pan. and I II hi . to start the
sugar spoon out sailing In the gravy
boat to find the missing butter plate."
So saying, smiling to himself and
thinking what fun it was to wash
'dibhes, pretending that, the plates were
! big battleships and the sauce dishes
little tugboats chasing them around
jthe lake of water In the pan, I'ncie
Iwigglly kept on until he had nearly
I I v eryl hlng washed
He had put the soap in and out of
! 1 1 1 c water until it was as slippery as ni
gi cosed pig. and once or twice he had;
nearly dropped it.
all of a sudu n. Just as l'ncle Wlg
giiy washed the last knife and v. as
g6tting ready to dry the dishes, the
door of the bungalow burst open and
I n popped the Bkeeslcks.
I have come for my souse!" grunt
' ed the Skee.
"I didn't know you had left any
souse here." said the bunny trying to
"Well, perhaps it would be more;
proper to say I have come for your
souse," snickered the Skee, "for I
have 1 am going to nibble souse of f
youi ears'" j
He made a grab for Fncle Wlggiiy, 1
I the Skee did. but the bunny Jumped,
back and the Skee knocked dow n on I
iw. fl,.i. t-i cllnrif.rv i-ltre of wet
BQSp. It slid under the sink
'Oh, excuse me'" said the Skee. who
cculd be polite when he wished l
didn't mean to do that. Walt until l'
pick up the soap and then I'll get j
your souse for myself "
He reached for the soap, the Skee,
did, but just as he got his skinny paws
on the soap it took another slide and
went under a chair.
"O!" cried the Skee; "I'll have you
In a minute"'
lie made another grab for the slip
per cake, and this time the soap took
i rt of roller sknte under the sink
"Come out of there'" gargled the
Skee, and he reached under In such a
hurry that he bumped his head and1
L'ncle W lggiiy couldn't help laughing, j
"Oh. I'll attend to you in a min
ute'." snarled the angry Skee. Once
more he reached for the soap, but as
he got his paws on it the soap took
-mother slide. This time it skidded
over toward the door, which the Skee:
had left open.
"Hold on there"' cried the had chap
and lie made such a hard grab for the'
soap that ho fell over and slid right'
out of the door nnd down the steps,
bumplty bump bump. the Skee did,
and th minute he was outside L'ncle
Wlggiiy shut the door and locked It I
"Now you enn't get my souse' ' And
the Skee couldn't. And h ? didn't get I
the soap, either, for it was too dark.
Sx the Skee had to go away, not hav
Ing any souse or soap, and l'ncle Wig
gily finished drvlng the dishes nnd
everything was all right and Nurse t
Jane had a nice time at tho pictures. I"
So H the toothpick doesn't tickle the F
spool of thread and get it all tangled
up with the pin cushion I'll tell you
Lbout l'ncle Wlggiiy and the H
WANTF.D TO BE SAILOR;
EXAM! SHE BALKED f
(By International News Service.)
SPRING FIELD. 111. As boys will
be boys, so girls will be girls. H
IgncB Bchenk, sixteen, who claims
Omahn. Neb , as her home, tripped In- H
to tin' navy recruiting station here. H
h bbpa DOJ fashion and attired 1
lit a regular young man's outfit. She J
looked every bit a boy. H
"I want to enlist," ahe told Wie rc
crulting office: in a really disguised H
1 he It O. looked "him" over, pro
l nounced "him" eligible and filled out !
I the necessary papers.
All right' he- concluded) "now step
(Into the ante-room for physical ex-
a mi nation." .
"He" uld nnd when tho R. O. came
in he found Agues in tears, with all H
' hope and joy of ever becoming a H
' blithesome "Jolly Tar" gone.
In confessing her duplicity the re- H
icruitlug officer turned her over to
1 probation officers, who took the girl
' in charge and arranged to return her
to relatives She said she "bummed"
her way to Springfield from Omaha. J
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