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? THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 5 f
m FRinAY rvFNFNH DECEMBER 17. 1920. ISt itSS .
v A Great Married Life Story by
I IDAH McGLONE GIBSON j
A STORMY INTERVIEW
H I looked at Grace In amazement Even
knowing her as I did, I waa surprised at
jfl har callousness. 1 had read of men wo-
9 men. Iut It had always seemed to me
I 'thev win a figment of the author's
H rain What was her mother thinking of
1 ro bring her daughter to such a phfloso-
rhv'.' But f had a question 'hat I rauet
I ask. a question that Mr llAlncv had ln-
P slstsed 1 should ask The question was;
How could Grace and Ren ho legally
I married without N license? It was an
mlvarTaafainor question to put to her, but
last T said.
"Waan'l It hard for h secure a
marriage license n that hour of the
R ntght. Grace"
We didn't pot it la' nlaht, Ml
IS after a little hesitation. Some months
9 ago Kenneth and I took a little holidav
I and early In the morning he drove nic out
I In the country to one of Iho road housea
1 along the short- In spite of all 1 could
E -in. he lranU more than was go-d for
bin and that tla . hist as last night, he
Insisted thai We shOBld he marrlc I m
H, inellatelv. r was persuaded and went
with him while he trot the license. After
i wo got It. however. Ken felt It would be
unfair to our parents to b married so
9" hurriedly, ami under such circumstances.
J so we dropped thf Idea for the time be
ing. We i ime ha k t" our house foi
And he had evidently forgotten about the
license for in si me sraj he dropped It on
the floor before he left. Mother picked It
J up and gae It to mo the next morning.
I telling me that Id better tear It up You
I see, Ann. I was not sure that It wouldn't
I Be unlawful to destroj It; so, without
I thinking msr.li about It. I put it In my
U l-ag. Intending to give It back to Ken at
I the first opportunity. 1 forgot all about
It until last night when Ken was Insisting
that we he married, and I happened to
remember that I still had It with me."
I said to myself: Mr Ilalsey is right.
These two women started out to Inveigle
Ken Into matrimony and have succeeded.
You know, of course. Grace." I oV
served, "that up to the lime I left the J
hosrdtal Ken had no recollection of his ,
marriage And under the circumstances.
I am afraid. If I told In court just exact
ly what you've been telling me. Ken
could annul the marriage "
As I uttered this thought, all the beaut
of Grace amcron'n face was blotted out
bv a horrible expression In which was
biended anger, hale and disappointment
of a foiled nnd scheming woman. I
trembled for Ken ns this new d terri
ble -side of his wife's nature was f ashed
I i.efore trm Grace comprised herself ani
said You won t do anything of the
kind. Ann Whlton In the first Plaef.
Ken will be glad to acknowledge tne
marriage. If I can only see him a mo-
ment or two. You know as well as i
that he h wild about me lie can t keei .
his hands off my hair, and to clasp my
hand Is bllSH enough f r him for "D''
evening. If you make an trouble I shall
let all of vou take It into court and then
I will explain the reajon you are giMng
this testimony Is because sou are In love
I with Ken yourself Besides I have some
Information concerning a certain check
I Kri at the ofe. that you would not
wast aired In court '
'There's nothing you can say aDOUI
ine finer, that I cannot have told nil '
honor. I was the hat checker at cafe
hut 1 didrny work well and was paid I r
lt "But you were thrown otit with Jimmy
Callahan the other night
"That Is true. Where did you gel your
' The manager of the place told me .
"And you're Intimate enough with that
.. to talk me oyer with him?"
I was surprised to find Hint :race had
enough self-rsspe' t
Yer. I have known him casually Kr a
long while "
Tomorrow A Battle of Wits.
I BEDTIME STORIES
I BY HOWARD R. GAR1S
r UNCLE WIGGIuY AND THE RED CAP.
Copyright, 1920. bv McClure Newspaper
Once upon a time, when L'nclo Wlggilv
Iongears. the nice bunny rabbit gentle
man, was aboul to hop from his hollow
stump bungalow to look for an adven
ture, he heard a knock at the door.
"I'll go." offered Nurse Jane the muslc
V Tat lady housekeeper, for Uncle Wlggilv
was busy brushing the dust off his tall
And when Bflss Fuzzy Wuzzy opened
II the door there stood Mrs Longtall. the
HI mouse lady, clasping her paws and Willi
j tears running from her eyi - in'" her
IM whiskers For mice ladies have whiskers
QU the same as gentlemen rats and mice
M 'Oh, mj d-.:ir Mr Longtall ivhal Is
?rP the matter7' asked 1 n. le Wigglh , f..r he
could sec right awaj there wa trou
jf "It's Jollle. m little mouse boy. ' said
Bu.' Mrs. Longtatl 'He hasn't come home
mtm from school yet. though his sister Jitlie
H9 has been back over an h"iir I ni alr.ml
BH something has ha. iencd to Jollle!"
MPN "Oh. let us hope not " said Uncle Wlg-
vyil gily "He may hac stopped on the way
I home to pla football v. i l i Johnnie and
Elllle Bushylall the squirrels or Toodlc
-v snri Noodle Plal Tall, the beaver boys
'"fj 111 go look for Jollle. Mrs Longtall "
jflM "Oh. will you That Im very kind'
dlgl tald the mouse lady "You know Jollle
rjiCw as soon as you see him for he Is wcar-
t&fu Ing his little red cap a bright red- It Is
a very small cap. too."
"Well. Jollle isn'l a very big boy. be
v Ing a mouse." said Uncle Wlgglly. "I
J i think I II find him. eapet la II y as n r-'l ftp
JScB Is easy to see. now that most of the
XVfj leaves arc off the trees. I ll find Jollle.
i( :'vn never fear. Mrs. Longtall "
SW So the mouse lady never feareil a.
' JW much as she could, anil away hopped the
JK bunny gentleman to look for Jollle.
J7 Uncle Wlggll hopped on and on. over
y the fields and through the woods, look-
wffim i ing on all sides for the Utile re-1 cap
Ljiv of Jollle and. all at once, the bunny gen-
t)eman saw a flash of scarlet In a buab.
There s the little rascal now' ' thought
the btinny "He's playing camp out. I
IjM nuppose. and maybe toasting some cheese
BM over a fire. 1 ce his red cap as plain as
Hyl "Help' Oh. will some one please help
"My goodness! Jollle must have burneo
J the end of his tall!" cried Uncle Wlgglly.
w but as he hopped nearer Hip bu."h. in
which in had seen the flash of red
j voice sounded aoin. crying:
sWi Heli' Help! Help! '
' "That deesn't sounrl like .1.
ISl said Uncle Wlgslly, "Jollle Is a sort of
squeaker, but this is more lllga a bird
!flH And when the bunn reached the bush
Jj9 lie saw that It was a Mill, bird who had
rp5 been calling a bird with a crown of
i'njB bright, red feathers on Its head. Ami
jR'jB Uie bird's legs were tangled in a string
that had become caught In the bush
"Oh, please help me to get loose!" beg
ged the bird.
"Of course I will." offered 1'nclc Wls-
1 gily. and soon he had untangled the
i bird s It-s from the string. "I thought
ou were Jollle I.ongtall. the mouMe
I iiov, with his red cap on," spoke Mr.
! Longearff, "Jollle Is lost and I'm looking
"I haven't seen him." said the bird.
, "1 nm Ruby Crowned IClni.'1-t and the
! Cb.ii k-a dee Is my cousin. But he lias aS)
red cap as I have Shall I sing you a
song for getting me loose from th'1
I string. Uncle Wlgglly?"
' If you please.' said the bunny rabbit
I gentleman, and the bird sang a wonder
fully loud and sweet song for so tlay a
1 ' I nm sorry I cannot help you find
I Jollle. with his red cap "id iru Ruby
frowned Kinglet, as he picked up a few
"On. perhaps I shall poon meet him.
said the bunny rabbit gentleman, as h
hopped on. leaving the red -capped bird to
I sit in the sassafras bush. The bird did
not seam to mind the ool I weather a do I
I the bluebirds, nnd robins. f--r 1 1 flitted
; about In the snow, looking for Beedl
I nch- Wigglly searched on for Jolhe.
; the mouse boy with his red cap, but I
could not seem to find him Then, all or
; a sudden, just as Mr Isongears was be
ginning to feel worried, all of a sudden
there was a rustling in the bushes and
out popped the Fussy Fox
"Ah. ha! This Is the time I have vou'
howled the fox "You shall not g,- :tw:i
from me this time I nch- Wiggliy V.i re
Is no one here now to save you. I nave j
' Yes I am afraid you have! ' sadly .vil.l
the bunny. But Just then there was a
rustling on the other side of the b.ish
and a voice cried:
"list Uncle Wiggil go"
1 Who says so" asked the Ix. most
"I do!'' cried the brave voice, and then
Uncle Wltk-lly saw a flash of red. and .-o
did the fox
"Oh. a fireman is after me! A fire
1 man with his red hat Is after me and lv I!
squirt cold water on me' ' howled th
fox ' 1 d better skip along' This Is no
place for me!" And away he ran. not
hurting the bunny at all. Then out
from the bush flew the Ruby Crowned
! Kinglet bird
"I thought I could frighten lhai f x
bv pretending to be a red-capped file
man " said the tiny creature
"I am certainly glad vou did' Thank
vou." said Uncle Wlggilv. ' At first I
thought vou were Jollle l.ongtail with hi
red cap. I wonder where he Is?"
'Down in the next field playing snow
ball with snmmie i.utietait. 1 answered
the bird. I saw his rejl cap: It is al
most like mine."
Then the Kinglet flew away, smglnc
his lovely song, and Uncle Wlggilv found
?s8s ('.ills yon hi enjoy its .Suiiunoi pleasures in W'in-
ter for December is June in the Land of Stin-
s'ff: shine. Enjoy life BQiong the Orange Grove. tr
1A Uask in the Sunslune and Halim Air at the Beach
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This Includes Doll Buggies, Autos and
We are going to close out every toy in our store by
Christmas Eve if low prices will do it.
i ' i
Dorothy Dix Talks
EFFICIENCY REAL AND THEORETIC
j Hv UOKolli; I j J X . the Vxrld's liigboataid Oman .Writer j
"O Kfflcicno. what crlnips arc com
ftlltted In lliv nHiiK .'' we ml;lit Well cry
cut. as Malan Kullan.l aald of liberty as
he was belnfc taken to the ecaftold to
die in Its name.
Kor these b: the d.ivs when we hnve
I made a little tin Rod of system, and
when wo conaldtr it iIouk act la sacrl-
flee every comfort, r.i eonvenlpce.and.
Imule on the altar of routine, which
fabe prophets have assured us la the
DIM ;inl only way by which, wo may
This process of turning human beings
Inlo automatic sclf-stanlnjr and yclf
Btopplng maeblncp, h!is beeji a vosuc
amontj man for -several years where, by
the way. It hasn't worked out accprolng
to schedule. "But It Is one of the theories
that sound so plausible that anyone Will .
give It the trial once, anyhow.
And now n strenuous effort Is being
made to introduce It Into the home If
sou pick nnv woman's magazine you will,
find a carefully w6rked out budew com-
piled bv old maids and old bachelors. .
and wealthy atatlstlclans. who have never,
personally grappled with the problem of I
i. . ling and clothing six or seven children,
on a shoestrlnp income, telling you Just
exactly how every penny should be spent.
Thev know precisely how many pairs 1
of shoes 'Johnnie is entitled to wear put,
and how often the baby has a right to be
lek, and all the other financial details,
that balance so nicely on .in Imaginary i
ledger, and that come 10 su h grief on
the rtal books of dully life.
And when you have found out just ex-1
Kctly how lo spread yur husband s pay
envelope so that everything Irom the
corner BTOfcen to the moving picture Rets,
Its fair pro rata, j on may cast your wo
on the schedule bv which the housewife (
should pattern her day If she wishes to
be really' efficient It reads something
like this: " , !
Arise fix-thirty. Say pravers 6:i; i
I nthe r.:35 lo 6.10. drfrU 6 t" to 7. i to I
7 30 lreMire breakfast 7;30 to 7:15 eat i
! breakfast. 7:4". to 7.5'J get children ready
for school. 7 o? to s.01 klaa husband and
children a cto-. r Bpodbye as they start
to work and school. 8.01 to 9 clean up,
house. 9 to 11 eew. 12 to 12 :0 prepare
lunch. 12 30 to 1 serve lunch. 1 to 1:301
clean up after lunth 1.30 lo J dress self
ami baby 1 to lake bab) for airing,
and do marketing. 3 to 4 visit friends.
4 to S sew 6 to 6 prepare dinner I to
8:30 onverse with children. 6:30 to 7
serve dinner 7 to 7:30 clean up dishes
and kitchen 1:30 to 10 entertain hus
band 10 to r, ,10 sleep.
Repeat schedule next day and every
dav ns lone at you live, or until the put
! you In an insane asylum where yon suffer
from the hallucination that you are chas
ing an alarm clock and can never keep
j up w ith It. , , . , . '
Now I contend tnat tnc amiaoie iueo
i rlsts who have Chopped a woman's day ,
i lnli thla sort of mncemeat fragments '
.;ich minute of which has Its appointed
lask know nothing aboul either women,
or housekeeping. In tho first place.
, housekeeping Is one of the occupations
thai cannot be run upon any cattrlrott
Kc-hedule. because the very essence of It
It l-s uncertainty Sickness, bltth, death.;
all the whole drama Of Ufa urc pitted j
against any routine In It.
You can't go on with your little cut-and-drled
program when a new life Is
oomlnc across the threshold, or your j
heart'! beloved Is being borne out of the
door, or all the Joy bells are ringing,
j for you. or black despair has paralyzed
you with horror.
And. for another thing women arc not i
'creatures of routine. They are simply
nol built that wav. They are tempera
mental Xhei l ave to put their heart :n
their work to do good work, and they
inn only do this upon Impulse.
You might as well expect a poet to
Jollle and his red cap and hurried i-ome
I with the mousle boy. So every thtln,:
came out all right. And If the li . box
oean't lake the fire shovel to ICQOp out
some sugar for the lemonade at the rag
doll's party, I'll tell ou next aboJt b'icle
, Wlgglly and the white marks.
a rarlet f BQlendi
.nits of usefulness, beauty
and economy. He will like
them and so w ill you
Photo Albums 76c to $6
Post Card Albums .75c to $6
Traveling Sols and UP
BrMf Cases .. $5.50 to ISO
Music Rolls ... $1.25 to $12
feather Waiieis. .$1 oo to Jin
Purses 23c'to $4
2362 Washington Avenue
rompow a matchless sonnet because it
is 9 o'clock and the time has come for
him to write a sonct, as for a woman
to be able lo break her record ai darn
ing, or cake-making just becauso she
hos reached te darning or cake-making
minute on her schedule Every woman
will tell you thtit if she waits until she
freiv in tilt mood for sewing, or cooking,
or wakes up some morning with her
hands Itching for hc dust pan nnd Ihc
broom, she can do more work In an hour
than she can In a whole day if she
forces herself at the task when, she has
an Inward shrinking from It.
Of course in ecry business there has to
pa some sort of orderly routine This is
also true of housekeeping where meals
must be served on time, and beds made
and floors swept but lt is one of the
consolations of house work that It gives
a woman more leeway than any other
This Is welL. because lt la the most
monotonous work In the world. It Is the
labor with the fewest thrills to It. Other
occupations bring to the worker at least
companionship with others Housework
is mostly rolltarv. and because a womaV
does walk the treadmill all alone, is
the more reason why she should not let
herself be made the slave of system
If she knows days, and months, and
years before hand Jusl exactly what she
Is going to do every minute of the time,
she will find her tak unendurable Who j
could bear to know that at 9 o'clock on
every Wednesday as long as they live,
thfv will be washing dishes.' Thev will
tell you in New England that it Is the
methodical country housewives who have
washed on Mondays. Ironed on Tuesday.
Cleaned up on Crluays. baked on Satur
days and rock-d Ln the same place In
their chairs unill they have worn grooves
in the floor, who fill the asylums.
None of us want to do the same things
at the same time every dy. We even
feel like biting ihe people we have to
kiss every day. so I urge housewles to
chuck the system theorv out of their
windows 'jet as much variety into your
WOrk as you can by doing it at different
times and in different ways fJo on cook
ing orgies, anil cleaning bats, and have
res' u, spells .md do them all when ;.on
fill :m Inward urge that way
Tne real test of efficiency Is getting
things done. It doesn't matter how. or
whin ou do a thing, so you do it prop
Xo matter wat peeples diffrent likes
and dislikes are. everybody Injoys having
money Peeple that have a lot of money
wish the:.- had more and people that onv
hac a little are glad they havent got
less. This proves there Is allways some
thing to be ambitious about.
If you. have a hole lot of money sutch
as a million dollers you dont appreciate
it as mutch as you would If you dldent
have hardly eny. sutch as 2 cents and
a collar button but most peeple would
ilra thcr hne a lot without appreciating it
than hive hnrdly eny and appreciate a I
lot. the result being that the peeple
without hardly eny do all the apprecia
tion This proves that everything has
to be done no matter who does It.
The main cheef ways of celling money
are finding It. wrrking for lt and hav
ing somebody remember you In their
will It is more iM-lting to find money
than wat it Is to work for It. and pee
plw think they are greater If they find a
dime than wat they are If they werk for
5 dollers. Nobody hardly ever remem-
, bers vou in their will, tho main cheef
reason being because thev haff t,i die
ferst and they wont if they can help It.
The best Injoyable thing lo do with
i money is Ir.si- it No matter how mutch
you hate to spend money you would all-
' ways rather spend It than lose It This
1 proves every cloud has a silver lining.
You can no-r tell wlah peeple have the
most money jest by watching them wawk
I atom.', because somebody mite have all
their pockets full of hundred doiler hills
without making a sound wile somebody
ells rnlw sound like a mllllonalr )est on
sreount of a buntch of keys and a pen
! JUST FOLKS
By Edgar A Gsks
Luch had a favor to bestow
And wondered where to let it go
'.'mi lazy man on earth." said she.
"Shall get this happy gift from me.
! "I will not pass It to the man
jj Who will nol do the best he can
"I will not make this splendid gift
To one Who has not practiced thrift.
I "It shah not benefit deceit.
Nor help the man who's play ed tho cheat
' Ho that has failed to fight with pluck
j Shall never know the Goddess Luck.
' I II look around a bit to see
What man has earned some help from
She found a man whose hands were soiled
Because from day to day he'd toiled
He d dreamed by night and worked by
To make life's contest go his way.
Ho d kept his post and dally slaved,
And something of his wage b .1 saved
He'd clutched at n i-ry circumstance
I Which might ha' e been his polden chance
I The goddess smiled and then, kerslap
She dropped her fuvor ln his lap
IHHE first thing you ;
, X want in foods and the II
all important thing is purity. Cost . if
taste everything else is of I
Foods should be nourishing. .
That's what they are for- to build I
I up strong, sturdy bodies, I
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I pure in the can. It is made in the j
I largest, cleanest, most modern i j
1 Baking Powder Factories on earth I I
j only of such ingredients as have !
been officially endorsed by United 3 J
I States Food Authorities- j jH
It's pure in the baking. Cal- 1 1 M
umet never fails to produce the j
sweetest and most palatable of I
nourishing foods. j
It has more than the ordinary CaIumet Wiln. fl
leavening strength. You use less I Recipe 1
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most economical of all leaveners. I goM al.ura1 h
Baking Powder, J t
. , ' 11 teaspoon salt l'i
: Another reason is it is sold I cups miik, i table- 'm
at a moderate price you save I JSIStSf 'fife I
when you buy it I ?fi
, . , .. B mix in the reg'..ar 11
A pound can of Calumet contains lull H way.
i 16 oz. Some baking powders come in II I
12 qz. cans instead of 16 oz. cans. Be II
9 sure you get a pound when you want it. 1 1
Walt Mason i
Deccmher winds are hlowini;. and wear
ily I'm goins down to the wallinK place, i
the wintry clouds are fllng the old gray
year la dying. It finishes its race The.
old white year la falling and bitter t-'ilidil
are walling its dlrues as they pass, the,
fact they Keep repeating amid the fren-i
zled sleeting thai J ears, like flesh, are
grass. Kach year, when a beclnner. Is
sure to be a winner, that truth is ufl
derstood and all the bells ur ringing
and all the choirs arc singing thk.r troph-
odes for good The new year seems a
treasure, with promises of pleasure and
, happiness we've lost; bul when with age
I It totters, we swat II with our sw.Uter.s.
and av It was a frost. And now In drat.,
December but few of us remember how ,
coofl the new tar seemed Its guarantees
were thrilling, it promised the fulfilling
of all the dreams wo dreamed Iccem
ber always sees us so tired that naugut.
will please us a u.u. '-r:-
wherein to trv fresh measures for profits
and for pleasures, to spend and profiteer
Old year, so sad and sicjcly. get out ani
do It nulckly -ou've bung around too
long' Old Jaws are always creatine anfl
musty maxims speaking we like the
young and stiong.
Ofiden Arsenal Work i
Is Showing Advance
Although storms uf the pa.c wceljl
have hindered construction on the
igden Arsenal to some extent, lhi-1
work is progresslong with speed, ac
cording to Captain Ora "Uundy. offi
cer ln charge of government building
here. More thrin thlriy-three founda
tions for the various buildings hae
been completed and Interior work ln
now being started.
The administration building. ihe
largest to be constructed, will be com
pleted and ready for use within the
next ten days Captain Eundy said
The final touches for this building
aro now being done
To date tho Sutherland Construction
eompanv Is ahead of Its schedule and
from all indications they will have the
entire Job completed and ready for
nnnnnnnnu Kv Tnlv 1 1111
I W, Hi Sutherland, one of the mem-
I bers of the contracting firm, depart
ed for St. Louis last night and
stated befoie leaving chat the contract
would be rushed to completion during
I the spring months.
The Story ol a Heavy Meal
and a Weak Stomach
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Have vjbq u cojuhT '
llreathc Hyoniei. I BH
Have you a cold ? Ij H
Breathe llyomei. fi M
H)omei is ihc treatment iur uoa H
tlnoat nnd unx tioul.l- ll (Iocs not con
tnln coc-alnc nioiphlne or other dnngt'-
ous dritj: nnd doe Witll Htomacb
dosln-: J I breath! it througlit th- III BJ
'fie .(jcK pocket Inholei Hint conns with
' each outfit. H
I A complete outfit costs but bale a W
Cullev Uritg Co or any reliable druggi&t I,
, :ind MXOmsl la gunraniecd to banish ca- I
tarrli. croup. .ough?. coldr. ;ore throat
I anrt bronchitis or money back. A Hn- I B
mel mhaier lasts a lifetime and exbra bot- (
I ties or Hvomel can be obtained n om Jruc J Si
gijits for a few centi.
It relieves stomach miwry, sourstom
, acb, belching nnd all stomach disea
or money hack. T.nr- box of tablet
at all dmgxi.-Ls in all towns.
Uric Acid Poisoning
(By Dr. N C CoolO
A poi3on dangerous as strychnin !.
Is manufaclured within our own ; i
1 bodies, called uric acid. When it ac-
cumulates in the body and the lad-
3y fall to carry It off, we suiter
from dull headache, slewplossneas.
; muscular pains. Iniabago or It may Biaj
cause rheumatism or gout. Th uric PH
i add can be seen in the cloudy sedl-
n-,eui In the wa'er - hat 1b called
tho ' brkk-du6t '' aoted on the side
Of th vessel containing it after a
few hours' standing. Tbe water Is
. scant, high-colored, strongly acid, and
j this should be a danger sign, and If
,i not taken in time by cutting out the
I meat tea and alcohol, may end in
rheumatism or gout. I
Take ' An-uric " first discovered
Dr. Pierce of the Surgical Institute
i in Buffalo N Y Anuric (antl urk
acid) Tnblot6 can be obtained at al- i
: most any drug store. JH
1 KmioIDS II
(Tablets or Granulos)
With or without water;
pIcaiKiit to take
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Price, 2S-S0-75g '
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