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THE OGDEN STAND ARD-EXAMINLK 1 ULbUAY, JULY 1 3. 1 920. ' 3 j
ItOVE and MARRIED LIFE
1 bu, the noted author
1 i Mah MSGlone Gibson
! NOTE HIOM ALICE.
Aior John Icfl mo I looked agnln
at the Utile string of pearls in the box
and 1 thought that 1 had been unduly
nasty about them
l had no feeling in accepting a gift
from Karl Sheppard. In lnct I had a
Vi r pleasurable seiiMation when I read
In his l tt.-r that he was going to send
tbe baby something This being true,
why should 1 make a fuss about I llsa
beth Moreland'o gift
Elizabeth was sending her remem
brance to John's child und Karl Shep
pard 'a gift was for my bnb
However, i still felt that Karl Bhep
pard's love ;'iid affection for me Was
very much different than thai of Elis
abeth Moreland for John Karl's had
hfcn part led larly unselfish. Since lie
had told me he cared for me he had
made it Impossible for me to write to
him by never giving me ,an address
and he lr.ni told me that If i wished
that I could .-how John his letters.
Karl Sheppard seemed, to think that1
it was joy enough for him to care for:
mi nnrl he wanted me to understand
."YVam that his love for me was rather Ini-
personal or at least I took it so. Kltz-
belli Moreland had rled and 1 am
.aH sjre that she is Irving 111 every way
to comprdmise John with her In such
a way that I would divorce him
kVAwj ' It is surel) a mix dp," I "aid to
H i wonder if other married couples
go through this life with no adven
tures in iho fields of romance outside
. v ilinr own little ienced-ln domain Ev-
ery man. seems to think that he hus
". perfect light to pick the flowers
I ross the hedge, but I am sure that
oi Is never quite satisfied If he finds
'liJifil wlfc' looklas with admiring eyes
j 0' wild roses
MRifll "if John would always be as, good
rv.')l to me as sweet to me as he had
ifc JL i een today." I said to myself. 1 would
tjHV show h in Karl Sheppard's Jotters to-
NbaAVI morrow and tell him that I wished in
W9zPlf j SOUie waj he Would make Karl under-
is7Xai ii eland that he must not write me any,
en sometimes give us credit for
mW 1 ' ins human and sometimes alas jun
ii- dovi ti for s little less
j We are quit as apt to succumb to
the flattering voice of temptation ns a
.man and tho sooner all the world
.ones to find that women are not
an) different from men that they are
lust human hetngs With the same tem
Iperaments emotions and desires the
i sooner will this old world go round
und round with less unhapplnesa for
those who dwell upon It
John stuck his head In the door a
moment as he went downstairs and
thrusting out his hand with a letter,
jsaid. "Oh, Katherine. here another
' thins 1 forgot to KiM' you Mice wrote
I (his letter and told me to be sure and
deliver It Into your hands. I am go
llng down now to see Goodwin and cn
can lead Alices nonsense while i am
gone It may cheer you up."
I I don't need cheering up. John,"
I answered When you are with me
jnnd are as sweet as you have been this
time all the world Is tilled with sun
shine een though it Is cloudy out-
Ves answered John I think It
is going to rain. 1 believe I will take
I was hoping that he would come
bck and kiss me. hut he didn't I
think he wis going to do that when
jmy intimation of rain sent him awaj
on another lack. I smiled to think
how true it is thai John could only
think of one thing at a time
1 opened Alice's letter with great
'Hurr up and get wcii Katherine
d'ar, ' began Alice's letter, lor 1 am
going to introduce you to the time
lof your life
Women help make presidents now.
yon know Yon are such a home
woman that you probably have never
thought about what advantages will
be ours in the next few yean
j "I am very much interested In poli
tics You know Tom is one of these
.men who thinks the government
should run itself 1 have told him
many times that he Is a traitor to his
l country, but he Just simply pays no
attention to me. Someone has said
thai the greatest menace ;o this coun
try Is the lni citizenship of good citi
zens.' I told It to Tom the other night
and made him think It whs my own
sma rt ness.
(Copyright bj National Newspaper
Tomorrow Wife in Politics.
j Sister Mary 's Kitchen
iwk (Copyright idju. v i. .
-JLSgTJ In the summer time the 'I ' v- '
H to begin a meal Is with i frui cup
rlH or cocktail of some sort. While any
H fruit simply served and thoroughly
H i hilled is delicious every hosTess likes
H something ' different ' These fruit
H concoctions ma be new to von.
riZVAa CHERRY COCKTAILS
H to IS sweet cherries
1 teaspoon chopped and b'aiu lied
P l tablespoon strawberry juice
E 1 teaspoon powdered sugar.
Hgsfl thoroughly. Chill and serve in shcr-
fflyttuli with chopped nuis. Mix strawberry
laBB juice and sugar and lei stand till
sugar Is dissolved. Pour over
h. chi rries Serv In sherbi gins
flBSga The recipe makes one cocktail.
Ij ' i
fj l tablespooi irro wroo i
;F 2 1-2 cups raspbern
... UP -near
l-s teaspoon sail
Dissolve arrowroot in a little cold
H water. Add fruit juice. Boil until
thick Add sugar and Ball md li
E thoroughly. Chili and serve In sher-
B bet glasses. This fruit soup must
be very cold when served.
H MACBDOINE OF i'UI'IT
. Use any good prepared Jelly. Add
two tablespoons' of sugar If the frull
Is tart. Put a layer of fruit, care
fully selected, In a mold. Pour over
a little of the jelly, not enough to
flato the fruit. Whon almost 3t"
add another layer of fruil and felly
Lei set. Continue until all la used. 1
Put on ice to beaome very co!d and I
firm. Chrnoid and .llce to sere.
A delicious drln iv for n hot day is I
. fringe i
cup shredded pineapple
cups stoned cherries
l cup sugar I
1 quart ginger ale
2 cup Iced tea
I ban Ana
1-2 cup choice cherries (stoned.)
in s large bowl put Juice of lemons,
ihe oranges sliced, tne pineapple, thei
cherries and the sugar. Press with a
WOOilen pOtato-inashBT and let stand
for an hour or longer to extract the
j ii to. Press the fruil id a pulp and
strain. Ado the strained Juice-10 the
ginger ale and tea. Add Ihe b-inana. j
diced, and the cherries iut in quar
tcrs. Put a ta hiespoonf ui of crushed
ce in each glass to serve.
i m ii the Ice-man complains of hoi
weather and ii Iku'i to be wondered
!i that the baker does.
E FOR LITTLE FOLKS
li) WILLI M WOODPE KER i
6?tittN "Tap, tap. rat-a-tattat-
iyt TAT!" knocked Mr. Tingallng o,i -he
HIkJ front door of Will Woodpecker i
WRfif apartment in .Maple-Tree Flats.
jflM He was still collecting ten's and
HJ Nancy and Nick, the twins, weve fct'il
with him, as It wai so easy f"i Ihoiii
Nicks trouser rockets and Nancy's!
apron pockets were cetfinv heavy with,
the overflow. The Mawlcal Mushroom
1 was feeling as crowded as a sardine. '
But you've no idea how many pen,
pin lived in the Land -of -Dear-Know s
Where, nor what a Job h was to get i
all the renta They weren t a half, nor
'Rat-a-tat-tat," they poouded oaln at the v W(xdocker .
mm ' limh around in their little mimical'
9BB ireen Shoes.
8MB , They were still searching for Jocko.!
Hl their mlislsng tpy-monkeyj not thai
they ekpeCtod to find him In some of
the teeny-weeny houses tho' visited,
'ikil l'leV hoped to aret some ne.'s.
B Besides they were quite a help io
HH Tmgaiing, carrying things for him
B9 while he collected Already th - hly
pocket-book Was full of money and
a third, nor even a tenth through col
lecting "Rat-a-tat-tat," they pounded again
St the W Woodpeckers! But nobody
ftcr thej had hammered about six
times a sleepy oh.o called out. "For
goodness sake, William, do stop being
so silly. Do vou think I'm jolng to
le.ifl the cgirs and answer the door
lust to quiet vour oounding? Come
BUILDS BUNGALOW ON
TOP OF SKYSCRAPER
BY LOBBY A. JACOBS.
(V E. A. Staff Correspondent.)
I NEW YORK, July. Earl Carroll,
song-writer, lyrical, playwright, pro
ducer and stage manager, hat found
flunrig hls-llfc four things he lovei
better than all others writing songs.
I being high in the air. a Califoi ma bun
Igalow. and of course, a wife
And being a young man oi no small
'amount of perspicacity, perseverance
I and pep, he is now possessed Of a .l
'four of them In the stranKest Of alii
I places on the top of a 80-stdrj New
I York office building
TI RNED T) Ml sit
Carroll start-il at 1 8 as a playwright
but when he flnallj discovered he
Wasn't really enrning anything wilting'
plays, he turned to music Me couldi t
pla- h note, but he could Whistle And
he proceeded to whistle tunes to 8
shorthand mush reporter to the tune
of thousands pf dollars " -nary Cot
tage' being th one that literallv lifted
him to the heights of fame, and took
him US California bungalows Jv.r as h
had already learned to love writing
Then he came back to Broadwa to
ee his name f..r the first time On B
Broadwa: pr"ram. having written the
lyrics to Fritsl ScbefPs plaj Pretty
Mrs. Smith " He also met and mar
ried Marcelle HLontabat, of movie
And ihen came the war and Eirl
hiked off to Texas to learn to flj lie
Bt ItT BOME N ROOI
After the war Carroll started cast-,
ing about for a home. Th.- suburbs
were too far awaj The land In tov n
was too expensive So he applied for
a lease on the roof of the Godfrey
building at 4 7th street and .Seventh
He got It and proceeded to build j
there a fSO,.OO0 California bungalow
and move into it his typewriter and his
The bungalow h is every modern j
. invenience, Is built of stone and coiv
crete. has in the "yard" a tennis court,
a study, and a eget.ible garden, ant
has the advantage of being near
enough In th'' air t', bo secluded.
t b ui'L Art j
S... i i, , '
Ma was fixing her hair In her room
lyestldday sftlrnoon and the door bell
rang and I ansered It and ll was Mrs.
HeWS to :-c inc. wlch I ".vent up agen
and told her and ma Bed, QrayshlsS, I
dlUent lxiect her Orly, and Mis
Hews Is so fussy, too she hates to
kepp w. i. tmg a Inn rnlnnil, my good
niss. Benn, iun pown In the parlor
and entertane her tin I get down.
Ves main. 1 sed. And I went down
111 the parlor and Mis. Hews was set
ting there fanning herself with tt
private fan she brawl with her. bi-.n ,
big fat lad) With more ihun one . hi
and gold glasses on her nose but noi
erround her -ers and I sat dawn and
started lo wonder how to entertane
her, and she Mi d. My gOOdnlBfl Ha hot,
deer me. Its hot.
Not saying it as if she Ixpected env
enser, and 1 kepp mi wondering hn.
to entertane her, and after a While I
sed. I o you like r'ddles, Mis Raws?
Kiddles'" Biddies" Such a question,
said Mrs. rlewi and I sed Hid vou
ever heer the one about how to make
a Maltese orosS
My goodnlss gra hlSS but its hot.
sed Mrs. Hews, and J sed. Step on Its
Wat' Whose tall" seil Mr Hews.
and I sed. That's the ansec to the rid
dle, alep OP its tall, and Mrs. I lew
sed, ( . 1 Wasent paving eny attention
ho you. Me thinking. Gosh, I gess ihe
don't like riddles mutch maybe she
lUkes music bitter. And I took my
mouth organ out of my pocket and
started to play on it. not playing eny
speshll toon on hi count of not knowing
n. after a wile Mrs. Hews sed, For
land sake, boy are you trying to drive
No, mom lm eptertanlng .vou. I sed,
and Mrs. Hews sed nothing was evei
farther from the truth, if vou wunt
to entertain me the best ihlng vou can
do is to get away frum me as far as
possible. s veril blocks wouldn't l loo
trosh. Jlmminy crickits. i thawt Ami
I put my mouth organ back In my
pocklt and went out on account of
knowing how to lake a hint. Proving
even if 1 didn't entertane her. I at
tracted her attention eny ways.
on in and behave'"
Gad BOOkj " erlnned the falrymnn.
"she ihlnks we're her husband, .-r, '
Don't let on anil we'll huve aonic f'in
with her "
So lifting the knocker he pounded
hard" than ever. Vou'd have thought
It was the Greeks bombarding the
walls of Troy. tHum up your books,
kiddies, find find out what that
But Just as he had finished they
heard the rustle of the r-ul William's
wings, so they dodged bPhind i hi . m h
And Just as Will hopped town to his
own doorway, the door opened from
within with a Jerk
All Fraternal Orders
A representative from every fra
ternal order In ' igden Is earnestly re
quested to meet at the council cham
ber In the City Hull at l! p. m.. Sun
day, July 13. to arrange for the big
All -Fraternal day at Lagoon to be
held on July 29.
S T. QUERY, Chairman.
1 SAP POP Ambrose Has Just Part of His Birthday Present by
I fx tF 1
SSS vm-BRose. " iSSiwG TrrTolHiS f
mHVI Dohsmt wAkt" - jx ; BBf BtcycLE BELL.rD BE i ,
I d " e
arfasvt. 'sa r tpe iamssi swmi
Mi- and Mr-. Karl CnPitlSl 'd'- Iholr linnva low . utop a SO-storj I
bnllding neni Bwiad iny.
By " .
WABFTINGTON', Tuly ? -One good
thing about the pension system for
employes, it vvi;l ioix-c them to save
tuoitey. llereaftM. when a girl worker
is ready to resign nd go home, she
,ui have enougu mbiie) stored up
with Uhcle SuW to get her home.
For instance, a person making $iio
a vcar will have lo pay into the pen
sion fund $-15 a year, The surplus of
the fund will be invested in govern
ment securities and will draw Interest.
, pi rson w ho had been with the gor
ernment five years would have $220
iiiu-. i at, real he could draw out should
In want lo QUlt.
The system tuaj have an evil effect,
ibet oi inducing persons to resign in
OrdSI to draw down their nionc A
person who had been with tin govern
ment 20 vears at $1800- u year could
draw out more th'ah $1100. Including
it is often said that 'education of
jour people Is second only to the sul-
Ivatlon of their 5oul"
But as far us L'ncle Sum was con
cerned for the yeur ending July 1, edu
cation c. me second to everything Ap
proximately one per cent of the six
billions and soni spent went for edu
cation, research and development. The
other 99 per cent went for the recent
war and previous wars, war and navy,
pi iinarv govei nmenttil functions and
STORK BROl GHT BOY,
VND TR UN Mi ) I l N
(Bj IntemiMlonal .News Service.)
MUSKOGEE, Oklu. Freight train
' crews ure most unobliging While B
long string ot cars blocked a street
crossing hen the other day n woman
being taken to a hospital In an ambu
lance gave birth to a baby boy. Traffic
in the i:roh.iiug was held up for more
than fofty minutes before the train
I was "cut."
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
1 ALONG. Advertisement.
By Kdgar v Quest
There's no tfur friend than debt
W'-ily made and falilv met,
Debi which marks e distant goal,
is a buUder of the soul.
Debt Which means some worthy end.
Is a staunch and loyul friend.
Debt's a pledge that yon will stand
Flrmlj ! vour nativi- land,
Dobt i eeomes your guorantt e
That yOU will keep faith and be
In your dealings fair and Just.
Onu that all ihe world run trust.
Mark the citizen and he
Plans for the Jos that are to be.
By his debts his worth is known
Thcre'eH he home he hopes to own.
Here's the pabh of , lUHd which he
Bays 'hat some di his will be.
Then - a purpose running through
l.verv task he funis to do.
On hi.- shoulders lie u cue
Which he did not have to hear.
And he tolls from day to duy
For the debts which he will pay.
Debts are proof that men bellevo
In vour purpose to achieve.
I Vim the;, eloquently speak
iif tin better thtnx-' you seek
Wisely made and fairly met,
There's no truer friend than debt.
j JUST JOKING
MOST I n SPH '. i S
i understand yours was tne most
'conspicuous of all the bathing suits
"It was," confessed Miss Cayenne.
"If was one of those old -1 i sb lone I
affairs with high neck and long
f skirl." Washington Star.
I OR B M i N LI
"I think that every yOutlg woman
should learn to play the piano be-
fore she is married, don't you .'"
Yes, and forget it afterwards."
if you wantr
- in bottles
for the home
at soda fountains
and on draught"
Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa
ture of Chas. 11. Fletcher, and uv.s been marie under his
personal supervision for over !iO years. Allow no one
to riecelve vou in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
STust-as-goori" are but experiments, anil endanger the
health of Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothlritf Symps, It contains1 neither
Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. For
more than thirty years it has been in constant use fortho
relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and
Diarrhoea; alluyiii; Peverlshneee arising therefrom
and by regulating the Stomach ami Bowels, ahls the as
simdation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend,
The Kind You Have Always Bought
in Use For Over 30 Years
-rut GctfTAva eoMPAirv, ncwTORK crrr.
SAY "DIAMOND DYES"
Don't treak or ruin your ruatcrial in
k poor dve 1""-' "DtamoBd Dyes
Kav direction! in every package.
: GIRLS! LEMONS
I BLEACH; WHITEN
I Make Lemon Lotion to Double j
Beauty of Your Skin J
ii in i " 1
Rnyeeze the juice of two It-mons tatn
a ootile cantalniBg three ounrof; of
Orchard White which can be had at
' any drux store, shake well and you
hav e u quarter pint of harmless and
delightful lemon bleach for few cents
Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion
into the face, neelc, arms and hand;
each day. then shortly note the beauty
1 of your skin.
Famous stage beauties u?e lemon
jjune to bleach nnd bring that sof,
clear, rosy white omplexlon. Lemons
have always been used as a freckle,
sunburn and tan remove Blake. thi(
up and 1 1 v it Adv ertisement
Why Be Skinny? ;
It's Easy to Be Plump, Popular
It '5 easy to be plump, popular and at
tractive Instead of helnip thin, angular
and Krawny. Almost Invariably the trou-I
ble ! due lo weak nerves and eonse
'jiirnt (allure to assimilate vour food. You
, may eut hsartilj but owing to the lark
of nervous snern and Impoverished blood
you don't iret the benefit from the food
roil sal All of this ran bo remedied very
'qulrkly b)' taking with each meal u flve
1 grain tablet of lUool-lron Phosphate. This
I quldkl) at r-nith-ns the nervous ystSBI.
onrlehs tbe blood and Increases ll'a OXy
gn carrying power, and In ii leniHrkably
I short time tho average thin, vvruk, n i -vous
man or woman begins not onlv lo
J put on flesh, but al.so b gins lo look uiul
; f'tl better. Sleep, appetite, slrcnKtb and
, endurance are Improved, dull ev c become
I brlg'ht. and, unless afflicted With some
niK'nnii Complaint, there jfl no reason vh,
il iu take Blood-Iron Fhospbau- regular
I y, vim should not soon look an. I feel much
better and imh car.s youngei I'eposlt
;$1.50 lodav with It. Melntyre Drue Co
lor any other druggist lor enough Mtood
Iron I'hosphate for u throe weeks treat
ment I'se as dliected and If at the end
of ihree weeks you aren't delighted go
back and get vour money Vour drugglssl.
a man v ou know. Is authorised to gtve
It. to you. Advertisement.
By C. M. Payne
a -Hum!-, iv worksI rK mB& t x '
K rrtrrin tusii'- 1 roan, who vl al
Tcost completely bald and had tried
ionics, lotions, shampoos. tc.,
n vain, ame across an la
ffBl dians' cIlxu" by which ha
U"? grew a complete crop of
y9Hrm healthy hair he cow pos
JmT seises. Tbe hair lixlr it
' - lrJ ' ' KOTALXO ' ' Others LB
ayv-BoVM men and women has ra- fl
; ! .--:r..r 'ble aid to tiiir
n htn Bcl growth, relief from dandruff,
cessation of falling hair by ising Kotallto.
lo a Tail nunitKr nf ri mhtn balr falls out.
th roou col dasJ. but remain for snns
tire imbtldd In U acalp. Ilka sads or bulbs. I
aecd'.oc oul; ferUUUr Th usual hair tonics ale.
ara of oo tsalL Tha In Ila&' nclh-J Is B Jr
I xstd io saurlih tha hair ana stlmulats th i
(.-th. 11 --: " mils f Uy Koialko it wauli
be a dIvj to losa taa boon which this talttil
brtnt lo tou.
Woaderfol results report- iBV W
d. For mtn's. uemtn't and ft
cMdrtn's hair. If you ars fl. fMa
bald, or lo- if hair, or hat ifv
dandrutf, you should try fMbiy
KOTAI.KO : it may be what's AKA
r - ',' ' for jour scalp and jBffr. Ah
la auch case it is a pleas ssssw SsV
are io obserrs th starting Hair Grtvcm
of new hair and us steadT
lnTeasa until proline growth. Too may
obtain a foil box of gennlna KotaUo t J
any bosy drug store. Or a proof box
will be mailed if yon send 10 rents,
aiWer or stamps, to John Hart BrlttaiB,
Utloa r, htw Taik. V, T
Thin, Nervous People
Need Bitro-Phosphate I
Weak, thin people men or women
-ar" nearly always nervous wrecks: j
thus conoluslveis proving that thin
ness, weakness, debility and neuras
thehhi are almost invariably due to
nerve starvation. Feed your nerves
and all these symptoms due to nerve
Starvation will disappear
Eminent specialists s'ate tbat on
of tbe best things for tbe nerves is an
1 organic phosphate known among drug
gists' as Bitro-Phosphate. a live-grain
tablet of which should be taken with
sack meal. Being a genuine nerv-
builder and not a stimulant or hablt
formnig drug. Bitru Phosphate can be
safely taken by the weakest and most
delicate sufferer, and the results fol-
.lowing its use are often simply aston
I By strenRthenliiK the nerves, weak
tired people regain energy and vigor;
thinness and angularity give way to
plumpness and curves; sleep returns
! to tho sleepless: confidence and
nlai ft debilitv and
gloom; dull eyes become bright, and
pale, sunken cheeks regain the pink
glow of health.
CAUTION Bltro-PhosiVhate, the use of
which Is Inexpensive, al.so wonderfully
promotes tho usiilmDatlon of food.
much fo that many people report marked BSSSSj
."ains of weight In fSW weeks. Tho.-e BSSSSJ
taklnj; It who do not desire to put on BBBBBj
flesh should use extra care In avoiding
lUClng foodJ. dv ertlsein. lit
Wjy-f The Joy" Of Ti
tSed y w Perfect Skin J fl
aLvO c -sSBlLi. , Know the joy and J
E-.oSr' ssssssbRt' njPPlr,fss '',al monies '
s Ti?i J s'n ot Pu"(y an !
i if v Daulv' The soft, dis-
tinj;uishcd appearance it"
L 'l venders brings out your '
U natural beauly to its full' '
D est. Jn use over 70 years.