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kSb, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 7, 1920. THE UGUEN STANUAKU-EAAMliNLK g
IT - Her Daughter and His Son
A Great Married Life Story by
IDAH McGLONE GIBSON
. i N I TI M.lifls
always loved to hear and m
H my mother five that little u rgl)
H l.i ugh of hers. She crinkled up th
H flesh arouml her even and turned lip
Vll the corner of hf r moth n pretMiy
lnHfl that I always wanted to kles them.
EH And bo 1 wanted to repeal the chllulsh
H definition- of 'criminal" and "imm'l-
H to make he r laogB again.
H I Hut she held out her hands to me
H I and nfdt "Coma hen to me. Ann."
H I She took i'ie on h r lap ami after i
H I had sntlciiled my desire by kissing her
H I on eaoh tide ot her mouth and for
H I gQpd measure closed each of her eyes
HH I with kjsses, he continued with a lltr
BH I tie igh. ii. Ann. sou queer child I
letln i 1 ' : would ncvei grow
H I older, for when ( see the time coming
H I nearer and nearer when I shall have
I to explain, my heart prows cold." j
H I I (mi ' ly put my enr down to!
H I her hearty which, through her thin
Why, mother. It Ian 1 'old a bit. It's
H m La w hen it mys T-love-you-Ann. I-Iove.
H9 ns I hurled my head In her soft bosom.
H She boot down and kissed my fore-!
H lieml arid with her mouth close to my
,. w - i M i child if I
H could only Injure that you woujd hi-1
H find th- hear:.-; of those you!
B love warm and comfy, and laying I-j
- lovc-you-Ami.'I would be ve ry happy."
jimmW Then she went hack to the txplana-
iH t.'on and th it's another thing I re-i
HHJ members d in after years. My mother
BBJ always explained things to me and
Bh "'Criminal.' my child, OS Mrs. Cam-.
BB eron used it. means 'wickedness.' Mrs.
D I'ameron meant to say that 1 was a
wicked woman to allow you to goj
V swimming m h rc yo i would be - en In
PBB one-piece Milt by the little boys. She
B ntly considers that 'Immodest.'",
BflD "But, mother, boys eo swimming
Hj where I can see them and their 6he
J suit-, are shorter at both ends!
1 than mine"
HB "Yea 1 know. dear. I know, but you J
a little girl."
"Then some things are not wicked
I for boys, but are wicked for little girls.
are the; moth'-r-'"
My inothor's tfgswer as she held me
.closer, wjc.-. "Although the world has
taught that for many hundreds of
ar,. your mother does not think so.
She thinks things that are wicked
I Cor little girls are Just as wicked for
('ii beya Pej&isps sht Is wrong, but
that's the res SDn she has permitted
n to wear n bathing suit thai would
allow your limb full play and. per
haps, .la's e you from an accident."
Aid I can beat any boy on the
I beach swimming." I said prodiy.
1 I told Jim Callahan this morning.,
1 when h eglfl h Wag going to be a life
saver when he grew up, that I'd hi
one, too, and help him. but moth-:
drar. what did she meat) When rtif
said you allowed me r j br immodest-?" I
"That, too. my dear, is a matter ofi
opinion. There are many things, as
you will learn when you grow older, '
Ann. which the world has sild, i v -man
must not lo,' while It places no
such restrictions on a man.
"Modesty, I have always considered, i
my rhIIW, to be like contentment. To J
the purei all things are pure and you
Will learp when yoj begin to studv
your history that what is consldeied
modest In some sountrlei is considered I
very Immodest In otherp.
"I am afraid, deaf little daughter,
thai Mrs Cameron has unconsciously
planted In your mind the seed of copy
.entloiial modesty, which Is nothing
but sex consciousness."
.mi hi; unu ii no an uun i,
said, "she can't plant nothing I Just
hate her. I Just hat her," and I threw
n. arms ;ihout my mother's neck and j
I. in st out In hysterical crying. for,
while 1 did not know the meaning ofj1
"conventional modesty" or sex con
sciousness." my ehtldlsb soul rose In
r. volt, bei-iuse I !;new that our little!
World, the world which began at the i
C.imcron's end of the shady street i
with the bg pillars and reached to
our humble collage at the other end.
.v.us blaming m muther for some- i
n mokho Kenneth Hnlecy.
Brf Sister Mary's Kitchen
,, ; . da ruj r of
Hl woolen -w .i -r tretchlng than shrink-
BH ing after washing. If one has the
HM whirling type of electric wringer on an
, lectiii washer the problem solves lt-
self, The sweater can be wrung nearly
H dry and then spread on several thlck-
v ni si I of cloth on a oread table to
B However, if one has not this kind of
V crasher ami must dry a sweater, try
M hanging it hammock fashion In a piece
H Cheese cloth from the clothesline.
B The wind blows through on much the
H same theorj that is employed b the
1 centrifugal, wringer. Then put the
H sweater smoothly on a table and pull
H into shape and drj
Ml N I I Hi T M IIUIOAV
B .BREAKFAST Stewed prunes.
B scrambled Cgga and bacon, bran mur-
Bfl LUNCHEON Lima beans in lemon
HB sauce, toasted muffins, harlequin Jidly,
DINNER rtoast beef (English cut)
BfpM potatoes baked uith meat, gravy,
shredded cabbage, apple tapioca pud
i of fee
m n Ri riEs
HOVJS Very often the gravy from a roust
H id the most delicious part of the meat'
H This Is especially true when the cut
H ot the meat Is coarse fibered and re
quires long cooking Dredge the roasf
and the bottom of the roaster well ,
with flour and the gravy will be dark-
r in color
MM V lil AN-. IN I EMON SAUCE
1 pint lima beans
' 1' tablespoons cold water
1 tablespoon lemon Juice
l tablespoon butter
Sail and pepper
Boil beans till tender. Drain, season,
with BgU r,nd keep hot. Heat egg with
cold water till hcht Ucat in lemon;
juice, add bulter and cook over hot
water till thick- Season with salt and
pepper nii pour over beans
IIARI BQ1 IN JKId.V ,
1 peak Italdwln apples U
1 quart cranberries t
4 quinces j
j Remove stem and blossom ends(
frm apple and nulnces and remoe J
core from quinces. Cut In quarters.lt
Put In preserving kettle with iran- j
berries. Add enough cold water to
'come nearly to the top of the fruit If
Cook slowly until soft Drain through
Jelly har boil juice 20 minutes Meas
ure, Add measure Cor measure of su- i
gar j ti.v- toll until it jelllesj which will;
One often gets in wrong by saing
the right thing at the right lime.
BY HOWARD R. GAR1S
l N 1 I UK IJ Y AND THE
Ml I I.I N S I M ks. .
B Copyright. 1920, by McClure Nev9-
B paper Syndicate
(Bj Howard it t.nris.)
H "Dear rue' cried JChrse Juno Fuzzy
H WuV.zy one day. "There's one of my
B In 8) sheets dragging in the mud, all
H because 1 haven't some long clothes-
B "Hut where are your clothejpoles?"
B askefl 1 u ) Wlggily. the bunny gen
teman. "Vou had some that raised the
BH lines high up, so the clothes wouldn't
'i knot) i did,' spoke Mis: Fuzzj
m Wuazy, tu' yesterday Johnnie anfl
B -1 Bushytall, i ., squirreli
i sk and asked ine for my clothespolo. j
Bj with which to make stilts, so they
vould make believe they were giants!
Bj ivalklng around on them" ,
BJP "And you Ipt them take Hie poles'."
WBm ked Uncle WlggUy.
Hl i did." answered tin- muskrat lady.:
HI "and they promised to bring them back
HHJ today. Hut maybe tiny forgot, or else.
BB they fell Off and hurt themselves, orj
HHJ maybe they broke my poles!"
HB "J hope nothing like that ha-i hap-j
HJ pened." remarked Uncle Wlggily, "But
HJ ajiyhow, I'll go to the jewelry store!
HHJ and gel you some new ones.''
HJ Hut don't pay too much for the
HJ elolhspoles." cautioned Nurse Jane.
HJB I don i wanl any solid gold ones, or
H the kind that are set with diamonds.
HJ Just cold plated or solid silver will do."
H and she laughed on both aides of bar
Jjraij face to show that she- wad only making
HKa "I'll get you good poles, so vour'
HHi clothes will no longer drag in" the
HH mud." said Uncle Wigglly, as he put
HH u, lls pink, tall hat, and with a twlri-
HH kle Of his black, shiny nose awa he
HHJ What a funny chap he Is," thought
HJ .Vii r e Jane, as .srK. WPnt back to the
H kitchen to give the dishes their daily
B " 1 ' I
HH As for Uncle Wigglly. he hopped on
B' over the fields and through th-- tyoods
H ' Ifold and diamond
ewelr: jtoi e to g I i pair of woodt n
Hr ClOthespoles for Nurse Jane. iha
tt bunny rabbit had not gone very far
HJ befotc he met Jackie ami Peetle Bowl
Ha Wow, the puppy dog boys. Sammie
Ha Uttletall, the rabbit; Jlmmle Wlbbk
wobble, the duck, and Toodlo and
BJ Noodle. Flat Tail the beaver boys.
BHJ Where are you going, and why
HH1 aren t uu at school?" asked UnCU
HHl "We knew our lessons so well that
Hf mW lady mouse teacher let us out
early." quacked Jlmthie, the duck.
Ha And we're going to get a lot of
BJ mullen stalks and play soldier." barked
Jackie Bow Wow
Hf "'Where are the mullen stalks""',
HI a.-l.. , I I Dele WKgil
HJ "Jn 'e riet field," answered Sam-
JJi ml, Littletall, the rabbit boy "Come
gBJ on with us, Uncle Wlggily, and we'll
BHJ have some fun!"
BUJ The bunny rabbit gentleman was
just going to say that he would, when
Bj Ml of a sudden, out from behind a
HE loilyppp hush jumped both the 8kec
Wm and the Pip,
!'ipX"W W' h!lNe hi,n' howled the
H.. , 3e s,hj" ureIy have souse for
m lunel, loday'" gurgled the Skee
NHjf . (r07,,.0,J' bovs: K"n' Run
shouted Uncle WlggUy, as he kicked,
out with his long legs. "We mustn't
let these bad chaps get us!"
Away ran Uncle Wlggily, Awa
ran Bammle Littletall, and the puppy
dog boys, also the duck and the beav
ers. And after thorn trotted the l'lp
and SKt ', L'urKlIng and gargling-
"Uc wanl-sous ' Wc want rabbit
Uncle Wigglly, because his legs were
longest, was ahead, and, as he came
to the top of a little hill and looked
down he cried:
Ah. boys' I nee a lot of tall trees
down below! Wo tan hide i.i among
them until the Pip und Skee go away.
Conic on to the wo.ds' '
Hy this time Sammie Uttletall had
reached the top of the hill. He looked
to where Uricje Wigglly pointed, and
"Alas, Uncle Wlggily! Those are
not trees among which you may hide.
They ar- not trees at all!"
'What are they, then .1' asked the
bunny rabbit. They are tall enough
"Those are mullen stalks." barked
J.ickle Liow Wow. 'The green leaves
of the mullen have dried, and the tall
dried stalks are all that are left. We
were going to get a lot of th mullen
(talks for spears and guns, and play
soldier with them. '
"Yes, and that's' just what we can
do now!" qua ked Jimmies the duch
Come on. fellows! We II get mullen
stalk Bpears and guns and drie ba'-k
the Dip and Skee' We'll make be
; ' we're soldiers and that the Pp
and Skee are enemies Which they
really are to Umlc Wigglly I"
"Hurray! " cried all the animal boyi
Then the QUlckly pulled up the long.
Sharp mullen stalks that Uncle Wig
glly had thought were trees. "Charge
on the enemy!" the animal boys
Shouted, They rushed at the I'ip and
Skee with long mullen taik spears,
and l-ncle Wigglly did the same And
when the Dip and Skee saw the sharp
points they cried:
'WOW! Wow' Lollypops and mus-
"Fairest Flower That Grows" Is None Too Lovely To
Grace Beauty of Bridal Bouquet
' 1 - .
Screen Bride Likes Best
White Orchids and Lilies
By DOjROTWK DAITON
Paramount I lira Star
"Flowers are love's truest language "
So an old sonnet goes. And so flow
ers are surely the ver heart of wed
dlng charm. The nodding blossoms In
a bride's bouquet been Tie out all sort
of low i messages in "the language of
flowers,' as she carries them to the
A shower of white orchids and
lllltcs-of-the-valley I suppose that I-.
the favorite hrldal bouquet of thous
ands of other people, Just as it Is mine.
Kut two other equally beautiful forms
It may take are the sheaf .ud Vlctorln
bouquets. The sheaf Is a grouping of
long-stemme 1 flowers arrunged with
the carelessness of real art. It lends
itself, particularly well to field flov
ers, perhaps daisies, against a back
ground of fern, and tied with tissue
ribbon. The Victoria bounuet Is thnt
quaint, "tailored" affair such as grand
moth'1! used to carry delicate buds
framed in Just as delicate fern's, and
the whole resting on a Circle of finH
cut paper lace
IU,U TH l L WILD QRCHIDS
White sweet peas with gardenias
and s few sprays of lllles-of-tho- ailev
tailing into a graceful shower, mak
a charmingly simple variation of th"
conventional shower bouquet, in some
parts of the countrv beautiful wild or
chids grow, Thcje are lovely with
sweet pe i -
For those who like their flowers
arranged In round fashion there Is
nothing prettier than swtet peas and
maidenhair fern, an arrangement that
Is particularly English If the bride
has a Colonial wedding, with all of
tho faclnating, olel-fashloned acces
sories that go with It. she should carrj
a round boueiin t of roses bordered with
lllles-ol " the-valley and placed In th-
lace holder, like our grandmothers
used to favor.
Personally the white bouquet is my
favorite. White floweTjf seem to bt
inseparatbly associated with brides.
Hut I have seen a few color combina
tions which were entlrel) lovely
I I.I, IH I s AM) FLO RS
1 remember a charming fall wedding
I once witnessed where the decorations
and bridesmaids' bouquets were
planned in golden rod. vellow chrys
inthemums and autumn leaes The
"ride carried a bouquet of Ophelia
'roses, which are a vcry faint salmon
ipink color, showered with Ulies-of-the-,
I The wild orchid I mentioned be
fore has a yellow tinge that blends
Iwell with a yellow and white wedding.
'In the spring, field daisies with their
, dark centers, can be showered with
narrow ribbon with an entrancing ef
fect. OrchtdS with a touch of color are
w-ry pretty, too. i
The bride who wears a suit, of
course, wears a corsage instead of ear
Irytng a bouquet, and though orchitis
and lilles-of-the-valley are again ultra
I correct, v ellow rosebuds or seasonal
j flow ers are as appropriate as they are
ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS
BY OLIVE ROBERTS BARTOfJ
As E MARCHING OS.
When the ijupiis of Meadow Qrove
i' hool wer, throiiKh with the lues
Ions ,Jr , . rlbble S. rati h had a.-l;.. d
hem. and Cobby Coon harl won the
irlze for being the brightest boy (a
dece of colored gloss to hftrig arouml
its neik). the falrv sehoalrna.s'er said
hey Would have marching. Mr Owl
ind old Judge ( 'row, and Pi Mink.
Jrof Hare and Mr. I.' V Chuck, the
chool board visitors, pushed back
heir chairs to make plenty of room.
The way the did was quite Interest
ng. but perhaps you know about it,
-roe . ,
1 1 am fond of him, and he's as fond of
i If I don't give him one bite why he
will give me three,
As we go marching on'
"Mr. Fish a-swimmln' In the brook
so very near,
I Heard the skeeter's song and then
swam close so he could hear.
Thought it was so fine he up and
swallowed It. my deut,
I As w e go marching on."
I There were more verses, but not
Oobb Oqoq won the pric for U-ing the brlglitcst buy.
because they may do it the same wnyi
In your school. Some one was the
,leader, and they marched up one tlsh
and down the other and then around
the room and then up and ilown the
laslea again until they came to their i
N.hh y w as leader today and Nick
played the iim on his little mouth
orgai while avetybddy marched and
Sang, This was their dong.
"Skeeter a-slngin' neath the sl eeping I
j tard ice cream cones! I guess we don't i
want any souse today!" They quickly i
I ran away and so i nch- NVigglly's souse i
was saved. Then the animal boys I
played soldier among themselves with i
the Hiullen stalks, and the bunny rab- 1
bit took home with him three of the
i largest as clotheepotCS for Nurse Jam-.
i The mullen stalks made fine props to
raise the line up high
"I'm very glad you brought them,"
said Nurse Jane, and the rabbit uncle
was glad, also. And If the bread and
Jam don t go out In the yard to play ,
with the litlie boy from next door, and ,
forget to come back In time for sup-
per. I'll tell you next about Uncle
, Wigglly and the hokev pokev.
-7 - oo ;
1)1 BL PL S (11 N.M i
BUJSNOS AIRES. Oct. 4. Arbltra- 1
tion instead of a duel has been ar-
ranged b seconds of Honorio Puevrr- j
don, Argentine foreign minister, w ho i
about the mosquito, for that was the
end of him.
p.ut in spit,- of Nick's music and the
Blnglng and Nancy's leading. Mr. Serlb
bh Scratch whacking time on his desk
With a ruler, It was very hard for the I
pupils to keep step with Sis Sparrow
walking on two legs. Terrj Toad on;
four, Huddy Blue Bottle on six. Sari
Ann Spider n eight and Topsy Thou-1
sand Legger on a thousand. And
4reenle Grasshopper oplv took one
step to an ai.fle
I i QPJ right. I tjn . )
challenged Benito VUaneuva, preel-b-nt
of the tiertate, because of iiiffer-,
ones over their respective official
functions. It is understood Pueyri-I
Ion's resignation will nol be accepted
by President Irogyen,
LEAGUE OPPOSJ D.
NEW YmKK. Oct 5. Socialists In
America are united in opposing the
eague of nations supported by Wilson,
3ox, Rooseyejt, Harding and Cool
dge." declared a statement Issued to
lay by Seymour Stedman. Socialist
iandldate lor vice president.
It Is, not a league for in ace." Mr.
Stedman said- "it bj on the contrary
i military alliance to enforce pay
nent of Internatiqnal debts and to
ireServe the system of International
There are nearly L'OO toy factories
n the United States
Dorothy DallOn, Paramount stur, Is qttltc an authority on bridal ctiqnt tte
she has played the lovclj bride In so many fllme
BY UNCLE SAM, M. D.
health Questions Will Be An
swered if Sent to Information
Bureau, U. S. Public Heaith Serv
Ice, Washington, D. C
A iV ARE DI AL.
The New York City health depart
ment has Just made public the results
of an Investigation of infant deaths
from diarrheal disease, basing Its find
ings on a careful study of tho history
of 1"65 deaths (luring May, June,
Jjuly Slid August.
i hese show that 16 7 per r ent of
the deaths were m balms who had
ocen breast-fed, wiiiie Lo'J per cent
iweje in tnose who had been bottle
fed. there is. of tourse. nothing new
about such figures, out they cannot
oo rviterated too otten.' so long as
mothers who are physically able to
nurse their babies at the breast still
deny the buby its natuial right and
resort io bpctle,feedlhg for conveni
In this i ounection, it may be well
to remember that maternal nursing,
especially during the first few montna
ot life, supplies the infant with Inval
uable substances which protect the in
fant against disease Moreover, It has
I conclusively been shown that With
prpper management very few mothers
are reallj Suitable to breast-feed their
It your young hopeful getting a
Q. I fear I have an ulcer or some
malignfcnl disease of the bowel, i have
bi in tOld to have my excreta examined
for "uci ult blood. ' Can you tell me
What Is meant by this term'.'
A. By "occult bloqd" physicians un
derstand minute quantities of blood
not recognizable by mere inspection,
but demonstrable by means of deii-
Cate Chemical tests. The presence of
occult blood" natuiall indicates the
presence of some ulceration or sourve
-i Can varicocele be cured with
out an operation? is an operation
considered dangerous ?
A Not all cases of varicocele need
to be treated by operation. When the
Condition Is ri- Slight nothing, may
need tu be done if ipmewhat larger
in extent, the wearing of a suspensory
bandage may be all that Is required;
if the varicocele is very large, and
gives rise to troublesome symptoms it
may be cured by radical operation.
This is not espei lallj dangerous, but.
of course. It should he performed by
a competent surgoon.
Q. I'lease send me bat lei that will
instruct ine how to increase my welgjit.
being lu pounds below weight, accord
ing to your table in the Almanac
A. Io not worry about being some
what under deight. provided vou are
otherwise In good health See thai
you get plenty of fresh air. sufficient
bodily exercise, good food and tho
proper proportion of work, recreation
and sleep. if you nre not well, be
suro to consult a physician.
Spain exports about 90 per cent ofj
the cork that it produces
Note Book I
y LEE PAPE I
In skool yeatidday Miss Kitty started
to tawk about poetry, asking it eny
body knew the dlffrcnce between po
etrj and prose, and Puds Simkins '
r.iis d his hand and sed. Poetry oas
more rimes and less stmts.
KOnsents, poeto Is the bewtlfill Ix
presslou of a bewtlfill thawt, that's all.
Bed MISS Kitty, and for thtit reason reel
poetry must dial with a bewtlfill sub.
jck. such as flowers, for Instants. 21
bots of bewtlfill poetry has bin nttcn
about flowers, and now I bleeve I'll
see weather wo have eny poets In the
clnas. Wo can make up a nice 2 lino LH
pome about flowers? Ill give you all
a few- minnli't to think.
Wleh prltty soon Lew Davis raised
his hand, Mljs Kitty saving, Well, bbbbbbI
lowers grow because they must,
!:nt ashes to ashes and dust to dust, .1
Red Lew Davis.
Well, that seems to be a little sad,
and 1 dont think its espeshllly bewti
fill, who el ts has thawt of a pome? I
sed Mlas Kitty.
Wlch Bill Itrant raised his hand.
nlng. Most flowers smell pritt but i
some smell bum. And one dont smell
eny, the krlthanthemum.
Theres nuthlng bewtlfill about that,
I must say. Whose nexL. sed Miss
Kitty, arid I raised my harrd and Miss
Knt sd. Well Benny, lets have yours.
Wlch I did, being, Choo choo choo
choo. approached the train, and the
daisy cried, Alas alack: Wateer ln
dooced me to make up my mind to
grow upon a roleroad track? II
I could Imagine nuthlng less bewtl
fill, sed Mls.s Kitty. And some more
of the fellows raised their hands to
reed theirs but Miss Kitty wouldent
ll6?en to eny more and started the Jog
TI G IS LOST. i
BROWNSVILLE, Tex . Oct 5 A
party of American tourists arriving to
day by automobile from Tamplco '
brought word of the probable loss of
an unidentified tug and oil barge
which was en route from Tamplco to
some gulf port. The Americans said
while 1.0 miles south of Brownsville,
on Monday they encountered fourteen
ship wrecked sailors roaming the gulf
coast, hungry, sick and virtually with
out clothing. j
LODGE TO .SPD.XK
NKW YORK Ogt. 5. Senator LL
Henry Cabot Lodge will be the prin
cipal "speaKei at a political mtiug in
Madison Square Garden, New York,
next Tuesday It way announced at Re
publican headquarters todav. Senator
Lodge will fill four other speaking en
'gagements in the east.
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