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SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 11, 1920. THE OGDEN STAND ARD-EXAfIINER - . 3 II
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Hr Her Daughter and His Son
A Great Married Life Story by
1 IDAH McGLONE GIBSON
MRS CAMERON'S PRETENSE
BtHI Sometimes I wonder If women are not
fiB the bTSTeT sex. On the tvbv to' the C;im-
fflHfl eron hom" I oould not yet out of my
'iiSflKsl mind the look of intense rrlirf that I av
jnVjH on Mr. Halsey's face when I told him
that i would i :n on Grace, although WS
both reft) ec thai Grace .1 ri her mother
wire awflltinff Mr Hslsey a next movi
y And yet it wu hot bo much courage on
PyBB my pnrt ns n kind of nURlbnsss Of mind
aAD ant' heart. 1 -mrd another personality
'' if&fWH than Ann Whitson as r thought of th
DjHH 'tranBenes of the past few days' events.
HHB 1 had refud proposal! of mnrrlaire from
H two de.slrahle ounc men only in find
out afterward that the one man I rcel
B mlpht have married was wedded to
LRHfl As I sat thlnklne of myself In a whol-
5t3sBBM ly detarhed and Impersonal wsv I In-
ml Later i ihall feel sad aboul thla but
flll Jut now my inly i motion Is that of eu-
J l. rioslt to )wi uiir.t i shall see when
U I reach Grace Cameron's homo."
JH Introspection, however, for the taxi
M tlrlver drove rapidly. It seemed slrnnpc
HL4p think tl,. -H he mi i
MV living in the same city with me some
HHflH months and I. had not known It As I
(PBB inns the doothell I wondered Idly what1
f ' would !iae done if I hud known it. j
HPS A trllrl maid took my rnnl and 1 noticed,
that the houe was decorated In a way;
. .j'. v than
HrJjHBlBj Xouvcau art MrincKled with the gho.'t.-' of
HviEH bouts XV, and neither seemed to have
jv3fl 1 had hardly time to wonder at my fan- i
tastlc tho .1 i rag mo
of m lift bcfoi tin maid i turned and
HQa DflJ "Mi.i. Cameron win see you. Mis.'
W' i followed her Into a black and white
HJBflJkflJ loudoli Mrs t'.niieroe. r,ros anil -iimioiI
J. jT toward me. i 1 1 v' t h was gfolng to'
I I BERTH ANA
winners of the Foxtrot $100
prize contest Wednesday; 1st
prize, Clifford Van Dyke and
j Irene Gwilliam, $50; 2nd
prize, Louis Boyle and Kath
Ej enne Gridley, $35 , 3rd prize,
1 Harry Clark and Maude
Faulker, $10, 4th prize,
t t" Charles J. Williams and
Leona Revor $5.
throw her ansa about my neck, t'-.-Lstllti
lively T drew back.
'Oh. Ann. Amii. rav dear child' Have
you hear! nbout my joor little f We
have unci the doctor :in-l nUnu with bar
Dill she rlrln'. some of th .ulsoncd h
J o,uor, too?" I asked brutally.
"Of course not." And then she stopped,
for she renllze.j that she had by inference
acknowledged that Grac I lind inveigled
Kenneth Into dunking heavily while she.
I heraell kept up the pretence of dolnp
hk w ise.
W. II. what Is the milter with Iter
j then" ' I asked.
"W'hv. don't you ktiow'1 Kenneth Hal
1 s .-wept m Wor little .irl off hef feat
I hibt nlchl and Insisted upon her marrying
him You know thy have heen sweat
hearts ever since they COTjld talk, and
I 'as I niphl he declared chat lie could he
without her no longer. Oh. why wns I
, not with her.' i could have prevented
'.ill Oil, but she. poor chiid. WAS uelplens.
I At last i he pave In to his Importunities
and early this moniriK Ksuiwth otyak
lenod justice of the peace and Uicy were
"Where did Ken get hla license?" I
For n moment Mrs Cameron seenied
embarraaed and then said: ' i do not
know; Kenneth nfusl have ha 1 It. I oMy
know that when '"iroee oo,me home in an
almost lielirlou condition thIJ m -tTilnp
slo hand ' I me her m.ir:ii;i i i tifl-viti
anti thr i hyVlerically mutter1 some
thing over end over 1 linsllv rnthererl
from nee the fact thnt rhe hd married
Kenneth ur.J that he was at the hospital,
d) Inc. "
Mrs. Comc'ron thrust the triarrutgo eer-
tificste Into mj hand. s! icd fj
want mo to I w thai th- dec was le
gally don-' I laid it on the (able Without
lookinrr ,u It and asked
"May I se.r ;tacc?"
H BEDTIME STORIES
BY HOWARD R. GARIS
uncle wiggily and upside
. , I n day Baby Bunl i abblt
" aent runnin re Uncle Wig
HljH K"y wna rendlliK his Cabhage Leaf news
paper In the hollow Stump bunculow.
Hv "Oh. t'nete Wlgglly! quickly!"
HH 11 cried Baby Bunty. Chlckra-Dee, (he lit
BHHaJ " . tie j, m it,
BH wants to Ret out."
Hl Not even slopping for his red white
t an.i blue striped rhc .iii-in crutch,
;Vi Uncle W'lgsi'v hurried out to tin- kitchen
HHLB Dec. the little bird, about whom I told
ou last night, fluttering around the
HH 'V.'hat is tho mattci." naked the bunny
-H "Oh, Uncle Wiggily." answered Chick a-I
Dee, "plCOSe do not think me ungrateful 1
HHH and don't imagine 1 do not like it here,
f for T do. NOW 1 hiii w ell and strong
s '4k again, thank u having rested In your!
Mnffy 1 soft nest. Hut I am a w inter bird and
j I like to he out in the snow. So I think1
H "Very well. may go," said I nolo
H Wiggily. opening the window. "Hut if ever
H v on get cold r,nd litingry ha k. Your
Hl soft nest that F.uhy Dunty made will Si
"Thank yon." said the Chick n 1 Nst
' 1 . bis checrfti llttli song On n hi
flew away and Baby Bunty saw where
PH he had left a large piece of meat fat. or
. ji i
LH "Oh. couldn't we gie this lo fome oth-
H it bird?" asked the little rabbit girl. "You
WUM say suet makes the -0ld birds warm in
wint i Uncle VViggil
El "It does." nnswered the bunny gentle.
ISjH man. "Gel on voiii fur coat HhIm Kun
MH ty. and your hnt with the Mine Jay's
PJlLH feather and we'll take this suet out to th -
jgiH woods for other blrda
S Soon the bunn'.- r-i libit gentleman, with
V his red. white ami hhu -trlpd rln-uma
(BBR tJsm crutch, and Baby Bunts were skip ,
' V7W ping throuirh the woimI.-i
iJP All of a sudden Bahy Bunly pulled I n
.,'.ftTy cle Wiggily by the sleeve of his coat and.
'lsaVsafl pointing to :i tree not far away. said.
SjlH "Oh lor.k. Inch. WikiI)' There's n
BH bird upside ilon,,' 11. II (all!"
KM Uncle WIpHly looked thmugh his rose
IVlDI colored glasses and laughed.
LUrBbB 'That bird will not tall." aald the h.in
' nv. "That la s nuthatch and h i an go
M up a tre. . iih. r wm which is more than
tVtflB a woodpecki r can do."
. J 'Oh, what :i lunn'. nan., " laugltod
Baby Bunty. "Do they call him a nut ;
l. JWsrn hatch 1 . . 1 1 I" hl. la -' ii'.l
. - ; ' Xr.. lnd. i J " ild tin- hird lumsell
-tty turnfng rlghl side up on thi tn and
' , looking' at B.ih Bunt) iih.. smile She
saw that he was slate colored with a
fmHrffnr white breast.
H "Thev cnlled me nuthatch years ago,
jMBsaH sa,d tn0 bird, "because I am very fond
j.jtjMMI of nuts, especially beech nuts, and when
cSU some people saw nv wedging beech nuts,
luWU In the hark of a tree they Uiought 1 was I
doing it to hatch little birds out of the
bIIV "Do you?" asked Bunny
ignRg "Indued not!" laughed the nuthatch
SjraSBBj bird "My little birds are hatched out oi
IflfflHl ggs the fiuiio as other birds But I
tYmWM w edge beech nuts In the cracks of tree
(ruiiks .so I maj the more easily break
I open the nut .-liells to get out the meats.
Ju9t now I am looking for bugs'
Vnd wilh that the nuthatch began
walking up and down the trunk of the
tree, sticking his bill Into all th.- cracks
'-. v. ,,,,,), H .lid not s- i.i f mailer
to tho bird whether he was upside down
or downside up.
"I should think he'd get dizzy and fall,
whispered Baby Bunty.
"Oh. I linn do." said the niilbi.b h
"But I nmM Bay 1 i not finding much
to eat this day. 1 haven't any beech
nuts with me and all the bug and bee
ties seem lo havo gone away."
"Oh. do you like suet?" asked Bahy
i?unt. remembering) what aha had in
her iKK-li- t ..... 1 1
" "Suet!" cried the nuthatch. I should
say I do! But please don't tease me
When can I get a bit of euc-t?"
"I have ' some here some that the
Chtck-a-Dee did not want," spoke Baby
Bunty. and she put the piece of nice,
white meat fat on a slump near where
ahe und Undo Wiggily stood.
"Oh. Joy!" cried the nuthatch, and with
out troublinr lo turn liiinseK tight .-nlc
up on the tree, over bo flew and began
picking at Uie auet. Oh. that i- verj
kockI!" he said. "You are eo kind to
me. Uncle Wlgglly and B;-by Bunty Wnat
favor can I do for you?"
1 nclc Wi-Tllv was Just saying that he
rind tho little rabbit girl did not expect
any favor for being kind to birds when,
all of a sudden, out of tho weeds, stalked
Ihr- Queer old Black Bushy Bear. j
"Burr-r-r" growled tho hear, who wa n
bit cross that day. 1 I'm going lo nibble
some one" '- "
"Don't nibble me," begged Baby Duniv.
"No. I'll not nibble you," said tho Bear.
Nor me! ' chirped the nuthatch.
No. I'll not nibble you!" promised the
"How about me?" asked Uncle Wlgglly,
"You're the one 'I'm going lo nibble'.'!
ftmsW wuffed the Bear and he was Just going to
vHsVl grab tho bunny gentleman when, all ol
quickness, the nuthatch lumped from
the Stump On the back of the benr. who.
I SJ he sl.oo-i on hlS hind legs wsji like the
i trunk of a tree.
"You let uncle Wiggily alone!" cried
the nuthauh "Just run awu and let
him .-.lone:" Ami before the Bear could
i stop him the nuthatch ran Upside down
anil downside ui on the Bear's back,
i picking him wilh his sharp hill
Up mid down, down and un on the he-it
ran the nuthatch, who didn't care wheth
er he stood on bis head or not. Pick!
l'l. k: I'i k! h- went
I Oh. wow! Oh. stop! Oh. don't"'
howled the bear ' Thl Is too much for
me! 1 guess I don'l care about nlbblllut
any on- todn !" and away he ran and
Uncle Wlgglly wis saved.
So this leaches us always to be kind
to the bints and to feed ihem SU'el In
winter And If the head or lettuce doesn't
try lo shake hands with th- alarm clock
and make the oil and vinegar bottles
laugh. I'll tell 'on next aU.u: I nib- Wig
gllv and the lied Head.
If there Is one pari of the Christmas
preparations in which every member of
, the fanillv mat .hare It's thi- candy mak
j Ing. Krein the littlest to the biggest
1 then B c.-k fur all. A strong arm stirs
fudge and penocho with ease and vigor
; and small hand pick out nut meats
W Mb -peed
It isn't necessary to make all the
candy at one lime. In fuel, fondant Is
much belter If made several days or
a week before being dressed up' with
nuts. Fudge dries rather quickly so
should not he made more than two or
three doya before Christmas.
All these candles ar.- made without
the use r.f a thermometer "old water
not necessarlb Ice water. Is used for
determining when the candy is dune The
exact number of minutes required for
cooking eandv -.-innt he given, for sugar
and atmosphere have much to do with
the quickness of cooking. If possible
choose a clear das or evening lo make
any kind of candy, but fondant and glu-?
fruits and nuts really demand dry e...ld.
Perhaps the easiest candy to make is
butterscotch. This Is so" simple that
children could make it and pour tho sirup
Into a pan instead of dropping from the
1 ' cups brown sugar
f. teaspoons vinegar
2 tablespoons butter
Mix thoroughly In a granite pan before
putting oer the flr- Bring slowly to
the lM.jlini; point and Loll slowly till brit
tle when dropped in cold water. Do not
stir while boiling The candy must snap
when tried in waters Drop from a spoon
onto a marble slat or oiled paper to
Another candy that Is very simple to
make but seems quite a mystery tn the
finished product Is the jelly squares.
2 lablesnoons irraniilaied eelailn.. 1
- cups granulated sugar
t cup boiling viatcr
1-3 eup cold water
1 lemon (Juice and grated rind i
Soak gelatine in cold water for 10
minutes Add boiling water and stir un-
ill dissolved Add sugar and le, s..wl
I for IS minutes. Remove from fire and
l t i ;i few minute- befnrc adding the
lemon Juice and gra,ted rind. Turn Into
I a shallow pan w hich has heen dipped
I In cold Wfttei Let land all das or over
I night. Cut into squares and roll In pow
; Fondant Is one of Ihe easiest things
In the world to make and l-.rms the La
sts of an infinite variety of candles. The
sirup rhould form a soft bar that 'an
be picked up With fingers when dropped
I In cold water And I like lo nsc a saucer
instead of a cup of cold water Co try
1 '2 cups granulated sugar
14 teaspoon cream of tartar
U cup water
Ml sugar ami cream of larU and add!
water. But until well mixed. Put mi-r
I a slow fire and bring to a boll. As the
, sugar crystallizes around the edges of !
I the pan wipe It off with a cloth dipped I
; In cold water. Let the sirup boil until
! the soft ball stage Is reached, Put the!
pan In a larger pun of cold water l&
stop lolling Immediately Let cool and I
Stir until cream) and thick. When i.To
thick to Mir lorn out on a platter or I
, marble slab and knead with the hands.
The fondant may be put awa ,,i a . i. -er
) i.iiv.i until ready to use.
I Divide fondant and flavor part with
vanilla Make Into small halls and put
between halves of ICngllsh walnuts
Flavor somo of the fondant with oil !
of wlntergreen and make Inlu wafers
ChOP nuts and dates ami add tu va-I
nllla flavored fondant. Make Into a roll I
about an inch in diameter and sib e in1
GLACE FRUIT AND NUTS
Glace nuts and frulrs sxe a bTl more
dbflcult to make, but worth the fussl
ness. Wi n. grapes and tangerines and
all kinds of nuts inn he used Tie-
grap..- shonM be seeded and ti.e tanger
ines pulled Into single sections will, ,
cry bit of I be w hile flour removed that
It Is possible tu get without breaking
1 cup granulated sugar
I -IS teaspoon cream of tartar
' eup water
MIX well and bring lo the boiling point I
over 8 slow fire Do not stir after the I
sirup begins to boll. The sirup should
DOll until It Is a pale Ntraw color Dip
nuts into sunt, ami drop into s buttered I
Platter The grapes and tangerines '
should be put onto toothpicks to be dip
ped The sirup Is put Into a pan of
boiling water to keen from hardening If,
tho lrup does gel hard It may lc re
heated by adding a ( :v diops of hull j
' Ing water and cooking a minute.
NO amount of French named candles
will take the phi., of American fudge.
2 tups granulated sugar
1 cup' milk
i 't cake Baker's chocolate
3 tablespoons butler
1 teaspoon vanilla
Mix sugar and milk ami bring to Hie
Lolling point over a slow fire without
stirring. Add chocolate and stir, con
sianiiv .l-i-i l.efoie removing from the j
fire add the butter. Cook until a ball
ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS
BY OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON
THE LOST CHARM.
I he Magical Mushroom had gone back
I to the Fairy Queen's Palace, because,
'as he said, winter in Meadow drove land
was no time nor place for a mushroom
Without an. clothes to speak of save
his hat. how could he he expected to
'keep warm' But he left tho twins a
-harm when he departed, a hit of the
Pink silk lining to his hat. and told them
aa long as they kept It thev could sum
mon him whenever they wished. Also
The vtonil division has boon so
lot'od .is t ho ono division of the
Unitod States army to be kepi a!
sns it FIRST M kys n i iSI
Carrie; (3. rlaxrel, 'H'j Kloholgon St.,
Norfolk, Va.. writes: "111 tell any
bod) body that Foley's Honey ami Tar
is all right, It did mo-all the good.
1 said It first and I'll fny It last "
Thousands of botties of this reliable
remedy were bought last week by
careful mothers so as to bo prepared
to check i utujlis. colds and croup at
the beginning It acts almost instant
y, cuts phlegm, soothes rav.-. Irritated
membranes, slops tickling In throat.
Sold everywhere -Advertisement,
i formed when ihe "-Irup is drooped in
a saucer of cold water. Let cool Add
vanilla and stir until thick Turn Into
a buttered pan to set The fudge should
be stirred until It lias a dull Instead of
a shiny look.
1' cups brown sugar
I cup milk
1 cup mixed nuts
Mix brown sugar and milk and bring
to Ihe boiling point over a slow fire.
Do not otlr. The brown sugar has a
tendency to curdle tho milk and stirring
aggravates the tendency When the
tirtii begins to boll let it boil until the
s- um is all boiled under Add buttei
and stir constantly until a soft ball Is
formed when Irled In water. It takes I
longer to cook brown sugar than white
Let the cand cool before stirring It. It's
hard work lo stir it, but It Is the stirring
that makes it good. Add tho nuts Jusl
before turning Into a buttered inn. Let
harden and cut In squares
I V or headache rub th forehead j
melt and inhale, the vapors
V A ro Rub,
Ovtr 17 MilUcnJan Used Yearly
i By and hy the flakes fell faster Then I
suddenly there was a great rush of tiiem
and the) came tumbling flown pell mell
; so fast that the ground was soon cm -
"Oh! Oh! Oh!" screamed the twins In
glee, running around and trying to catch
' the lovely things In their hands. Nh k
scraped up enough to make a tiny snow
hall and chased Nancv who ran rcream- ',
Ing with shrieks of pretended terror I
i And. when finally he did let It fly. It
' The Old Woman Is picking her geese," said Nick lool ing up at the sky
that they would Mill have the gift of.
understanding the animals
Nanc tied the 'harm In the corner
cf her handkerchief lo keep It safe and
I as she and Nick started off one cold I
morning . usual to help Mr Scribble
Scratch in the Meadow Orove school.
"The Old Woman is picking l-cr
geese, ' said Nick, looking up at the sky
for sure enough some large while snow-I
'flukes were floating down through the
frosty air. I
Uncle Sam, M. D.
Trachoma Is some! lines spoken of as
true grp.nulated lids
II Is :i disease which usuallv makes
ifelf l nown by redness, Itching and
Watering Of the eyelids.
It Is very "catching " Tho watery dis
charge from eyes which have trachoma
is eaallj transferred to towels, wash
clotlis. sponges or bed clothing and from
door knobs, street car straps, etc.. and
so may easily find Us way to the eves
of other people.
Trachoma frequently appears In
'schools factories and crowded living
j rooms. It commonly spreads from the
j ore of Mr to other members of the
I fa mil) and among those who associate
Closely anil handle the same utensils,
hooks or clothing.
It i dangerous to the eyesight. If ne
I gbted It may cause partial or total
I blindness. 'f foreigners have this dlr.-
ease, they are barred from entering this
It i-i not easy lo tell when eye-- have
trachoma, however, especially in its first
I stages. Vou may have It and not know
It or the person fitting next to OU at
your work may have It and neither ho
nor voq know it.
The onlv safety from It Is to keep the
cve clean. N'eer touch the eses with
dirty hands or use a towel or cloth used
by anv one else.
If there is the slightest Indication of
.-nix of the symptoms of trachoma con
sult an eye specialist at once Home
treatment for trachoma without expert
advice is very dangerous both for you
and those ahout you.
! Walt Mason !
Oh. I cannot pay the rent that the
profiteers demand so I m living In a lent
on sr me waste and vacant land. In Ihe j
wintertime the snow will I- packed
around me deep, and the hitler l.la.sts
will blow through my whiskers while I i
sleep. And the tent b old and brown
ar.l it sais against Its poles, and the rain
comes slopping down through a roof
that's full of holes To extremities I'm
brought in this golden age. by George!
Twas for Ihis my fathers fought through
the snow at Valley Forge And at Get
tysburg my dad gave a leg and collar
bone little thinking that his lad would
be tenting lor. alone; tenting in a canvas
shack, far from hecrful mart and street. ,
water running down his back, and his
sideboards full of sleet And my uncle
when h went to oppose the hosts of i
Spain had no vision of this tent where j
I m silting In the rain And the rain
comes In a flood, with B flourish and a
rush and my cars are full of mud. and I
my shoes are full of slush Driven I v
the profiteers from the cottages and flats.
here I sit and wag tn ears, and my dome
lis IUI! OI on is. Jieie , e.i ...... ...v ...j
I prunes thi re ;.re thousands lived lik.- me
in this land of precious boons. In this
i country of the free!
WKs TEACH PLYING
I TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras. Dec. 11.
Two American aviators have arrived
I in Honduras with American built fl -iing
machines bought for Ihe war le-
Ipartmenl They an engaged for a
certain period to teach flying and how
I to care for the airplanes, it Is expept
..I ihatin peace limes the machines
riH b used for the transportation of
mall oxer the country, where railroads
i arc very scarce and roads very bad.
landed with a soft Mill? nal on her i
shoulder it was Nancv.-, turn to scoop'
up a handful and chase Nick, who pre
tended to be dreadful!.' afraid also
After while they arrived at the oak
tree wlnvc the school was. and not any I
too soon, for the falr mar. was just '
about to call the school to order
Nam. y started to wipe eff her hands
With her hanky. Hut It was gone!
(Copyright 1920. N. R Av)
I 4- f
j Dr. James 1. Vance
There Is much to ."uggest an afflrtm
llve answer tu the Question Is the
I world grow ing worse"
I Divorce l largely on the Increase I'ur
ental authority has gone out of f.isli-
I ion The tendency toward the nude la
Woman's dress is a ball to lust. Tin
surrender to greed through prof It sarins
I both In trade and wages, is widespread
The abnormal and unholy appeals made
j to the sex Impulse and crime liuftlncts
j through indecent pictures Is educating
la generation for disaster.
The Christian home is In ruins. Kdu
cation In many cases leaves the moral
sense either undeveloped or twisted The
I church reaches a dwindling constituency,
Ihe nible to many Is unknown or dis
credited ami the Sabbath Is Increasingly
d i -rega rded.
These are some of the thing a that tempi
us to say that the world Is growing
But there Is another side to tho pic
ture. Slo,v but surely great moral and
I social reforms arc becoming successful.
I The drink curse, the gambling ed, the
I social vice, are under sentence; and (lo ir
execution Is as certain as tomorrow. The
common average man Is In possession
of larger rights than ever before; Un
man slavery Is gone and Industrial, so
I ctat, mental and religious emancipation
is more and more becoming a rcalltv
The Idea of service Is Wider " and
'stronger. The stewardship of life and
I property is more generally recognised.
, Self-determination and self-, spresslon
1 are considered sacred. Womanhood has
ceased to be a chattel Nations ,-..s well
is Individuals are recognising the obli
gations f neighborship. While religion
as a dogma and tradition Is dying out.
religion as a vital and Inspirational force
In dally living Is gaining ground.
These are some of Ihe things which
Incline us to say that tho world Is grow
People usually find what they arc look
By Kdgsur A. Qwest '
This is the thing I would have you b arn
nothing Is yours to keep.
And never you'll rest from the need of
toil till the last long final sleep;
There a never a place or a time In life
when nothing you II have to do.
What ever the post you shall come to
here, it shall call for the best In you
Tou may dream of riches and all the Joy
which silver and gold can buy,
But the greater the wealth that shall
come to you, the greater vour care
For the more that this life shall give
to you. the more to life you nuiRt
For this Is the great unwritten law: No
man to himself can live.
lias Hod bestowed on you talents tare
by which you may rise to fame?
'Then upon your soul He has laid the
charge with courage to use the same;
I Nor skill nor power can bring you ease,
for this you shall find Is true
He who has much to do with here, shall
ever have much to do.
For life and talents and wealth and fame
are given to men In trust.
And each must work with the gifts he
baa till his flesh returns to dust.
For this is the law which governs all and
this Is the common test
i He that shall come to the best In life has
must give to the world his best.
tA play in a acks.)
Boy. Hay ma. would vou mind please
taking ni" down town so I can se'e Santa
Claws and tell him wai I wunt for
Boys mother. Wv cerlenv. the plezzure
Will be all mine.
Skinny Salivation Arms Santa "'laws
How do you dO, boys? Wats you wunt,
for Chrlssmaa yours a good Ik ? .
Boy. fee skates, a sled, a drum and'
gum boots, thanks.
Fat Salivation Armv S;inia flaws.
Hello there, ho . Wat can I do for ypu
this Chrlssmas in case yours a g.nd boy?
Boy. Holes amoaks, sre you Santa
Fat Salivation Armv Santa Claws. Cer
lenv Boy. Well then who was lhat other
Fat Salivation Army Santa flaws. Are
you romg to tel me wat Spu wunt or are I
you going to pass on anil give somebody
ells a chan.ee, wlch?
Boy. Ice skates, a sled, a drum and
gum boobs, thanks.
Reel Santa Claws. Ah there, bo . env-i
Hung speshll ou wunt for Chrlssmas and)
it so wat J
Boy. Aw beans'
Reel Santa flaws ncans for ChrlSS
mas" Haw haw wat a unusuul child.
Boy. Youre the Ord guy told me the) I
was Santa i laws
Reel Santa Claws. But .1 reeiy am.
Bo) Aw beans!
I'.ecl Santa flaws. Vou can a.l? vour
mother if I alnt
Boys mother. How can I telj?
Boy. Aw beans, lei g,. home, tnn
(Wlch they do.)
Reel Santa Claws Darn the luck.
"Wow! Yip! Snort!" "What's
that noise, Mike?" "Faith, it's
them 'Three Twins' ballin'l
cause they seen a mirror." I
EUGENE O'BRIEN in'THE. WONDERFUL CHANCE" Solznick P.cruro M
I COMING Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday I
li l H j
M wha' ll IS all aboul cdmuno BRftse nno huoh Thompson maicni-i "soMfone must py ' M
NEW MODEL LIMOUSINE
IS LUXURIOUS SALOON
(Bj nicniationnl iw- Service)
LONDON, Doc. a. The era of the
floating palace is uld to have gone,
bill the era of the rolling saloon Is
A tr ikln' example of the new super
car Is exhibited by the Dulmicr COm-
It Is ;l forty-f ivr-horscpower car fit
ted with a magnificent limousine body
of pale pufple. A large Chesterfield
with looHo cushions takes the place of
usual scats, l'tirplc and gold brocade
, curtains of shot purple and Kold. ntar
I tiuetry work in precious wood and
mother-of-pearl fittings, of solid sli
ver, including thermos flasks, a com
plete canteen, a drink fri-ozing ma
chine, a radiator, a ventilator, and two
marquetry cabinets make the Interior
of the car a really luxurious saloon.
"This has been built for an Indiun
Rajah," said the manager of the com
pany. "The price is ubout $25,000
and we have already had orders for
There is a twin car to this one with
a touring body, ordered by the same
i .ill It is a 1 i ri: i I u w i I r. ' -
"Three Twins," musical
treat you must get a seat
Dec. 13 and 14, and no re
Is Ideal for
! SdMip, Ointment TaJmm 2.- ctfnwhr Foe xDt.-Jr
aJdr3. CuOzor Lil-or atcr,.oo.'Jj.t. X. UUdra.Kaja.
Sah Lake Theatre
3 ALT LAKE WEEK DECEMBER 20
ORDER SEATS BY MAIL
lUv ("omstock and Morris Ie.st I'tc 1
sent THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUT I
CHU CHEN CHOW
A Musical Eztravansnsa of the Orient
COMPLETE COMPANY OF 300
Never bSfore iii i be history of ths
world has snrb a goreoous and won
derful production I" . u : ec-n
Prices Nlahts. $1. 3. ?3.:.o ri ,
nesday and Saturday matinees $1, $2,
$2.&0 and S3.
Dance and Card
Saturday, December 11, 9 p.
cu. Members and friends all
1 J .
O. P. JUDD CO. I H
OFFERS TWO EXCEPTIONAL M
AUTOMOBILE BARGAINS I H
1920 BUICK, GOOD AS NEW
1920 LEXINGTON, NEARLY NEW
Can Be Seen Friday and Saturday at
LINDELL AUTOMOBILE CO. I I
rw H I
ful lines, painted and enamelled pale
irlmroye and upholstered in blue lea
ther. Tho seat can bp turned Into a ver
comfortable bed, and there Is a luxur
ious toilet arrangement with hot and
cold water and a refrigerator for pre
.serving drinks and food The cost of
this car is about $20,000.
WI.UOK S Pot KI 1 I t i iK
Ix "IXST IN THE MR"
(By International News Service.)
PA U IS. Dec. 11 An extensive
search is being carried out on the
root's of Saint Denis and Le Bourget
houses following the original adver
tisement published In a French daily H
that a Trench aviator had lost hi? H
pocketbook while flying over these H
This Is the first lime such a thing
has been recorded and tho heading to H
iiu advertisement 'Lost in the Air'
has amused the French people.
M SCHOOLS OPENED.
VIENNA, Dec. 11. The Vienna city
government has yielded to the do
mands of its Czech population and will
establish twenty-four public schools
in which instruction will be wholly in
tho Czech language. There arc 9.000
Czech children of school age tn Vienna.
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