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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 24, 1920. THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER , 5 j
H REAL TREASURES
' .' Shr iHastr-r mi) : SETSE
"f where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves
break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves
treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth
corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor
steal: For where your treasure is, there will your
heart be also. M.cth-. e 19 an 21.
, . :
I, Her Daughter and His Son
A Great Married Life Story by
I IDAH McGLONE GIBSON j
LUNCHEON FOR FOUR
I "(t'a better to turn dnwn l lie page unj
close tlie book." salil Mami- figurative
I? as 1 atnrtcil to explain
"But Mr. Balmy needs no. '
t' You lon't have to jrive him tlie E -by
altogether. Of course vuu -v ill do what
von Uilnk Is right, but t m thinking of
what Ik brut for you."
"Well, I'm going to ta'ce your a-lvlcc
Mamie. I've always foun'l it goci ."
Jut then the door hell rang and I
hurried Into a negligee to rtc-1 JtffiniU
"Ken's ut of danger." were his first
ipordiL "Hc been told he's n married
man and to our -urj-rUc i.e dlnn t l.uv.
a relapse, collapse or whatever you want
to all It. At the. present momer.t the
bride and groom :irr prcSutnaHly li.iv Inn
loving tfte-a-ii-tr f drove prace over
Just before coming here. She ic quite
angry because none of the paper.s re
fern -I to her a.s n beauty and only one
of ilieni used her picture.
r yr. nalaey, Sr.. teiis me he hopes!
1 re Kidng t work in his office. I;
didn't aay anything about that because'
f ' I want you to ' 1
H you; Jlmmie."
B B "here's i inn
III "No. not a written one, but It was
ijf fJL. her nun.i knon
, VVe Immediately goi down to business!
I on tin advertisement As Jhrunle had
t&l brought his portfolio we were soon en-
Hk 1 I found
dcrfull Intereatlnjr. ft was luncheon'
I I BEDTIME STORIES
K BY HOWARD R. GARIS
' UNCLE WIOGILY AND THE CHRIST
Copyright, 195SO. i Met lure Newspaper
"Well, now (bat we have (be i hrl.it-
0 niaa tree in our hollow stump bungalow.
iSH so thnt I can begin trimming it. I ni-
MB pose 1 must begin thinking about the
MH t'hristmas cake, aald Nunc Jane Fuzzy
SffS( Wuszy one morning I'ncle WiggllS
jtjtcO i-amc down to Urea K fast The nloe old
RH gentleman bunny akipneu from step to
HajH step, instead of sliding down the ban-
H Ister of his hollow stump bungalow as
JSH ) 1 - sometime did. For Nurse Jane
1 1 didn't exactly llki mat.
HH "Christmas cake.'" cried Uncll Wlg-
SiflB gily. his Pink hujc twinkling twice as fast
iBV because It was so near Christmas. "I'll
H u,, nciit 'iii and buj the besl on- in
IQB. "oh, Wlggy' As if 1 would
HbflB Christmas cake!" ex lalmed the muskrat
jH ladv housekeeper "1 always make one.
even though It docs lake a lot of lime."
BBB "May 1 not have tbj pleasure of beip-
HQfl Ing you"'.' asked 1 ncle Wlgglly There
Hfl are so many things that go Into a Christ -
'. iia - I ma; ha e .1 in -
u tie part in maklnc oni
"Ves, you may." said Nurse Jane. "I II
A . lugar and pltM and lota of thing!
HH nice, and. If you want to br .1 r.al help
bop to the store and get IPn things I
m (k-llghtad that :c nould i Nvrx
Jan.-a fu.or. t'ncle Wicrll hell his paw
01 pink nose to top li I nkl .
1 while he ate breakfast, and then, putting
on in. 1 tall, silk bat nd taking liiti fed.
H white and blue striped rhpumntlam
SH 'Tutch out of his clothes bftslAI iht bi.:i-
H9 my gentb-mnn started from his hollow
RH stump bungalow
Bji4B "For lb- Christmas enke I shall need
BtH -igar. raisins, i.mdled itr-'O ..H.-oanu
B 1 hocolate anil pineapple Miuce.' called
irsi Fane after tin bunn .
BB "Yea, l know It Is all written down.
SIB and Uncle Wlgglly twisted, his eyes side- j
9H ways to look at the link of his whit-!
SBm ollar where Nurse Jane had written a:
sEjl list of cverythllng he was to bring from
9H thn store.
I, Foi 1 to le W lti,i'.' imc ' mi, '
KflH great habit of forgetting what .In- re-j
nlfM merabered. So Nurse Jaue had said
bSB "I'll write the list itown on the back
'1 1 1 of your isblte .ollar It will Iir.l show I
, : , .. 1 hop along and all ou 1 : 1 1
"SM t do will be to stand with your back
'-'laJW to the Monkey Poodle gentleman In too I
fiHn store, lit' will read ih things I ant,
, 1 ind pul them up foi yi
PV 60 the bunny gentleman, not having
onsl anything to worry about except his rheu- I
inaturQ, hopped siong over the fields and'
MBW through the woodl And he did not wo..
smSi ry niuch about bis rheumatism for he !
?:tK was thinking so much about the coming I
kSMl of Christmas.
. . .1 "Arid what a lovely cake Nurse Jane
tfflBI w ill bake!" thought the hunn . "it
RH makes me hungry to think of It.
. (inH I'ncle Wlgglly hopped Into the grocery
'"HitV store kept by the Jlonkey Uoodle gentle-
I'qjfH man and said:
U9H "Nurse Jane. If you please, wishes a '
H number of things to make a Christmas;
jlE "Vrrv well, till me what ihey are. and I
jsLM I'll wrap them up for you." chattered j
HqHj the Monkey loodle.
irtJB They 're written down on tlie ha' ,
': ' ,,f ,ny ct1'ar." spoke L'ncle Wlgglly. so 1
I won't forget Then turning around I
l-H Hi I n b.o-k m II. e Monkey . hap LTnCtS
i j W lgglly let him rend what the muskrat
Mr; J liad iittei, nn the white collar I
rj with :i fire-blackened stick for a pen
Hssl atUM "llumV mumbled ihe Monkey Poodle ,
".Sugar and spice, and other nice things.
SOOTHES SKIN TROUBLES
Bathe with plenty of Cuticura Soap
and hot water to cleanse and pun
1 iy. Dry lightly and apply Cuticura
Ointment to soothe and heal. Cutt
1 cura Talcum soothes and cools the
skin and overcomes heavy perspi
; -,L ration Delicatc.dehghtful.distinRue.
crlor:ti.Dt?l HO Uili.D ilMlii So!d.r- J
H 2fSV"Culicgr Soap ibavai without BSBBl
time before I bad thought 6f any tiling
"Come on. girls, said Jlmniie. "let's gc
to the Kegina for bin. h."
"Ob. please don't go there 1 "claim
ed. "I never want t s.-e that placi
I again Anrl beside-, don't you think it
I will cause a lot of talk if we go ih-nr
t "Not as mueh as If we stayed away;
1 said Mamie. "I'd like to SllOW Johnson
ami Sellers a few things
i "Wouldn't thes lurn US awayT' I ask
1 "M dear Ann. I'll phone JeiTJ ll.i'n.i-
, way to go with us. The) win certain I
I not turn n man out of his own reslnu
1 an! "
Without waiting for acqulesence. Jlm
I mlc stepped to the telephone and called
up Jerrr I heard him say In conrlu
, sion :
"We II meet you there in .1 half hour."
"lorry Insists that we shall be his
1 guests." sold Jlmmie grinning. "That
1 boy has a sense of the dramatic, as well
as a good business head
Mamie rushed off to out on her street
OloUieST, and I SXCUSed myself (o get
r. ad . for 'lunch When 1 eame back I
found Mamie looking a perfect picture
and Jlmmie "tared at her open eyed.
"What s the mailer Jlmmie. haven'
you ever seen Mamie before?" I ban
"Never saa her In anything !.i the
black Uniform, at the restaurant or a
checked gingham apron here lie, Bald,
"But 1 want to say to yon. Miss I tJlcv .
that If looks will turn the trick, you'll
be a musical comedy star I. .fore the
year is out'"
Tomorrow Guests of Jerry Ha t h.i v.i v .
1 raising and lolly pops while the cow
I "Does It saj Ibat on my ollar " ' asked
I I'ncle Wig-'ll. "'I mean about the row
I singing'.' Cows don't sing."
"I know they don't, 'ordinarily ." agreed
' the Monkey P.,d)r gentleman. "Bui ev
erything 1- different around I'nrlstmad
I Would you mind .sitting down in front Of
I me, outside the counter with your back
toward me." begged Ihe Monkey "Tnen
I run read off the list of what Nurse
1 Jane wants."
I "Not at all"' spoke the bunny gentle
man politely. SO down he sat and the;
j Monkey Poodle began wrapping up bags 1
1 of sugar, slices of candied cocoanpt and 1
itton .-. 11 (I e eryi htlng that goes Into a
! "Thre you are. IJnce Wlgglly!" said
the Monkey in his most Jolly oice as
he filled a basket "Take these to Nurse
J?.n". in.l l wish ou and her a most
merr hrlsl ' I
"Thank you " spoke the bunny. Off he
I hopped, over lb. fields and through the
Woods with b basket of good tiling",
lie was thinking how nlee Christmas wast
and he was hoping (here would be enough!
Christmas cake so he could give all the 1
animal girls and boys, a slice, when, all'
of a sudden, out from behind the iassa-
I frac bush, hopped the Fuzxy Fox 1
"Stop! Hold on' You've gone far'
' enough" ' barked the Fox. holding up his
paw like a policeman stopping an auto- I
1 mobile procession so you .an oroes the 1
street. "What hae you In that bas-
"Sugar and spice, for our Christmas'
cake. Vou may look, you may smell,
but not one must roil take.'' ald Uncle
"Stuff and nonsense"' harked lh h'ox.l
"I'll lake whut ever 1 please, and then
; I'll nibble you!"
With that the bad Fussy Fx reached
hla paw In the basket and picked out
a big of .. no thing.
"Oh. ho vice golden yellow corn
mealV srled the Fox. "J love that!"
So lie lilted what was In the bag" down
hlc- red throat and then, all of a sud
den, the fox howled:
"Oh woushl Oh, ow' Oh, my throat Is
on fire! I must run and get. drink
and away bo ran. not hurling I'ncle
WiggDy at all.
"Pear me" said the bunny, as he hop
ped safely on to his hollow stump bun
galow with the rest of the things In
his basket. "Oh. 1 say. Nurse Jan. . '
called Uncls Wiggiiy, as he reached
home. ' I hope you aren't going to put
any hoi things In the Christmas ake!
What was it the Fox ate that butne.1
his throa' so much""
"'Oh. he must have swallowed the bag
of mustard that I told the Monkey
Poodle to give vou for my plcklssl" said
Nurse Jane "That's the only thlni: n.ls'
Ing from tho basket. The I- ox look
"Mustard, cb '.' No wonder he howled!
laughed the bunny Then he helped
Nurse Jane make the lirislmas cake
And if the shoe lace doesn t tie Itself In
a hard knot, so that goldfish can't make
a cat's cradle of 11. Ill toil you next 1
I'ncle Wlgglly's Christmas storking
I Walt Mason j
My Aunt Jemima used to rise when
wintry weather eame. ami make the
grandest old mince ides' She was
queenly dame; sh had blue prints 1 01
pies and cakes of old colonial tunes, ram
paged with which our modern fai In
1 orikery arr Crimes. Mj Auni Jemima
bakes no more, no more with me . :.e
dwells, she Journr-d to the Other shore,
where she Is wearing bell. There's no
one now to make me pies like Aunt
1 Even "with the greatest rare, bits o(
I pa-dngs and one thing or another ari
sin e to a,-, umulate In a sink during the
preparation of a meal These must not
; be forre, down th drain but taken from
; the alr.k and ill posed of
A piece of cardboard make fine
lOOOP to use to clean the sink of any
thing that escapes the little perforated
,' lontalner most housekeepers have It)
. their sinks The Cardboard clings closely
to the enamel and r r;i," elean without
! scratching It it is then thrown Into the
1 garbage or burned and .1 distasteful task
I Is done.
I So many things rome in box's! nowa
days that one always has plenty to Ix
I unite extravagant with t
MENU FOR TOMORROW.
Breukfast Cereal with chopped figs.
, 1 Innamnn toast, apple satire, coffee
I.uc heon Tomato bouillon. salmon
glad, health bread and bntter, prune
I cake. tea.
ninner Chicken on casserole mashed
j potatoes, baked onions, celery, baking
. powd.-i blsr nils, peach outtei . suuash pie,
MY OWN RECIPES
I If the salmon is carefully picked over
j and every pBrtlcle of skin or bone re-
moved, the result la really a very dainty
j salad. Before adding the salad dressing
' to the risii. season well With salt, pep-
, per and a liberal amount of lemon Juice
j Oil ves 1 stuffed with pirncnloes are unite
! an addition to the salad.
1 PRUNE CAKE
rut buller and lard
1 Cup sugar
j 2 eiips flour
'l t, tablcsjtoona sour cream
? teaspoons oinnanon
1 teaspoon allspice
I lea.poon sisla
j I cup cooked chopped prunes
I Cream shortening and sugar Add yolks
j of eggs well beaten Measure flow and
elf 1 twice. Sift cinnamon allspice and
i sinla with flour. Add soui ream tf first
, mixture- Add dry Ingredients Add
j prunes, and fold In whites ,,f eggs beaten
1 and dry Bake in la-. r . aWe pans
j In a slow oven. Put layers togeuicr
I with the followinv filling and . o . r Hi
j cake with white Icing"
: egg yolks
j 1 dessertspoon flour
I 'j up sugar
'i cup Sour cream
1 cup chopped prunes
I 1 tablespoon butter
I Min Ingredients and rook till ihlvk.
j Bills may lr hard to meet, but ihej re
I almost impossible to doilge.
By K'Lgavr A. GceeX
j Think not thai I would play the Judge
1 V01 dictatorial be;
1 I WOUld not for some an. ill nt j-rudge
I PeniHiul a gguel
1 I'll In my neighbor go his way
And plod a lorn: on mini .
1 And lei htm have his little sav
nd live to hlM design.
But I would sei that man apart
And strew his way w Ith stones
Who, shaking hands, believes it smart
Almost to ' rti-:h my bones.
1 I know It lakes all sorls of men
I This world to popiil.it.
And as I meet Ihrm. now and then,
Bui very few I hate.
I understand we 1 annot 1 c
Alike In tasies and views.
Nor ran we all of us agree
On politics or booze.
! Bui I would banish from the land.
'in of the temperate zones.
The Idiot who takes my hand
And tries to crush the bones.
1 There's some excuse for freakish dress,
For boastful men and proud:
Though the;, disturb me. mote or less.
I ran abide the loud.
Nor would I here Condemn Ihe man
Who StOOPS to foolish thlngt
For folly, under nature's plan.
Jlas even ruined king.
But I deicul the man v ho siands
And rhuckles at my groans'
Thinking It cute while shaking hands
Almost to erush my bones
Dr. James L Vance
Waste is more thun foolish: it Is
wicked, il makes no difference whethei
you ihlnk you have it to warte or not
There arc people who regard It as the
mark of a gentleman to squander money ,
to show a contempt foi material valuer
That kind ol gentility would belter be
murkcd brainless. H i. .heap and crude
nnd foolish and worse, it is sinful.
Think of what the bread yon waste
h-o cost There ,,ri marvrluiis prorcsses
of rtetUM back o. the hOUl when at Inst,
with oll and climate Just right, the farm--l
mm plow lb. field :u,d row the grmu.
harvest and mill the wheat It has tnki n
the sWllll ; li.l ..kill of l.lii 11 .1-. veil nd
bnnefleent nature to place that loaf on
oui table To WSSUj It Is a agn peithCl
of .icnse nor of character.
Think of what a plore of bread will do .
II will sstisfy hunger. It will sustain hie.
It will pre.ent death Is life of any I
value? Then don't waste
Think of those who need what we I
waste. There arc land where people
have onli a mcul a day . ami that meal a 1
half meal. They could the on whjt we I
America is land of plenty, but thftt
Is no excuse or apology for waste.
BIACKSU1 II 1 l l DM i i;i. I UU
AlEPFOHD. Ore A. m Arthurs. I
eighty-one J "r.s of ;ig though: he I
had worked long onough a year ago. I
so lie retired. But Arthur found that j
leading an Inactive life was the liard-j
est work he had ever done So he pur
chased his-- former property near this
city and will soon be pounding his old '
Jemima made: Ihe housewife to lib li.ro
r er hies for mincemeat that's decayed.
Oh. now and then a female rles 'YoU "(
talking through your lid for I can mnk
as gorgeous pies as e rr Jemima did i
t'omc eat with us tomorrow eve. and
1 shall have a pie that will your yearn-!
ing soul relieve and squelch your hope
less sigh. And I loom up for grub on
time, beneath the dame's rooftree. and
find her mince pie is a crime, just as I
knew 'twould be. Then I must lik-j a
statesman He. to save her 'mm dtfualr,
and I assure her thai her pic was tight
side up with rare. I'm honiestCrt for (Jit
dd time plans old days. serene and
j swoet. when housewives didn't open . ana
I for everything we eat; when stuff like
j mincemeat wasn't tinned 1 ,,,',1 Ju
I paper sack, but all mj sighing are a--1
i wind the old limes don't rome back I
! Dorothy Dix Talks
THERE'S ALWAYS A WAY
j i Mv PQHOTIi . )!.. tin- ..rid s High3l Paid Woman Writer
Vnd a husband is equally obtuse If.
be doesn't ascertain within six months 1
I of marriage whether to pull ihe cave man'
. stuff on his wife or spread the salve.
There's always way to work the
partner of your bosom, but trouble with
most mnriled couples is that me; never
take the trouble to find out the comhl
'Illation. They are as stupid ns people I
'would be who barked their -ins. and!
lore their .lothes. and risked their uc.kv I
itrylru; to climb over a stone wall. wllCJli
not two feet away was a Jooiw '
through which they might puss with is .
'.md ronrlort. If only they had wit enough
J to turn the knob the right way.
Clf course there ere : few men of sueh I
ja sullen an. I morose disposition, or such
tightwads Hist nothing but their own'
biulal and selfish desires appcul to tin in
I They appear to get married onii to have
I some helpless 1 realure In their powci . on 1
I whom lb. -, call practlre their crtu ' ltd
I mors ;md nothing thai any woninn ..111
I do or sny would taller them.
I Such men arc, however, extremely rare.
and any woman can gel ;loiig wllb the I
average man. and get hei wa with him.
I If onb BbC has sense eunuch to find out
T liow to rub his lui Ho right Way, SO that
; he will purr undej let b ind
To do this she must stud her mr.n, I
and find out whether sweating 'uv crying
j 1 more effective, as Mr. George puis it.
,! There Is the traditional belief in Ih'.M
feminine sex thnt the easiest way to I
'run u man Is by hydi-nullc power, and BO j
1 1 turn on the water works when. v. 1
they want a thins'. Probnbly this i-j good.
-,.s h general measure There Ik something
tin a woman's tears that melts down the I
average man's backbone into a pulp, and)
I mokes loin givi m to ihe cry baby toj
stop her howling.
But tears do not uuii with evpt man
There are men who feel Mke inviting
every lachtlmose ladv to coral and sob it'
out on their shoulders. There nre othcrl
men to whom a Woman's tei are like a!
I red rag to a mad bull, and who Jump up. 1
! and grab their hats, and bang the front '
I door behind them the minute they see 1
;i woman's vr-pcr Up begin lo tremble. !
I and her noie commence lo get red.
Therefore, the wise woman muke care
I fill note of how hef husband reacts 10
! brine, w helher tt (-oft'iii or pickles hl;n, I
and Site pins nci faith to the tear Jug. or
1 throws It into the Junk In the garbage
, ran accordingly if (he first time a bride
weepS hei husband pats her on Ihe sboul
der and says, "There, there, of course y ou
. .111 Ivt . it " she does well to cultivate
I I11 r tear ducts, but. If he scowls at her
and U 111 hi "v not" to be a fool, she is 0
fool If she doesn't ran the sob stuff,
if man is inellngd to be tyrannical)
rind high tempered, then o woman's only.
Chance Is In beat him at hi" own game.
She must go it first, and develop ways
I that have 10 be catered to. and a temper!
tb.it makes hJm stand In aWe and Won
dor. Women can do this because when It
1. to an argument, no man can out
1 talk one of tlie female persuasion. He
lacks the swiftness and staying powers I
to do it.
I Serves ahd weak hearts are weapons 1
with which thousands of women kcepl
iheli husbands in an abieci state of r-inv
cry lo them, but to make use of a phys-1
leal Infirmity that appeals to a man's
sympathy and t ndi mens to get 0"r own
wai is not playin - the game It's hit j
ting below the belt. It Is winning out on!
a foul, and no woman with u drop of real
sporting blood tn her. or any sense ot
honoi would make ill health, real or pre
tended, the means ot getting round her'!
"n- likes to think of women achieving
results th a subtler manner, and using
co e diplomacj In dealing with their
husbands. In Its most elementary form
this consists of a wife's using some dis
cretion In Choosing the time, and place,
nd conditions In wbkh to make a rein-
it, or to Impart to her husband some
of ihe necessarily unpleasant facta of
dally domestic existence.
Certainly n woman deserves to be in
an asylum for the feeble minded who
doesn 1 know that, a man who is tired,
and nerVe racked, and hungry at the end
ot 11 hard iLuy's work Is as dangerous to
handle n a sure headed bear, while the
ams uisn two hours later, afiei he has
been fed. and soothed, and rested Is so
grntle and domesticated that he will est
ont of your band, nnd Jump through the
hoop, or do pretty much "everything else
you want bin. lo.
tine of the things thai every womm
KdOWS Is lhal men have a inling passion
fo- b.-ing defeired to. 10 having their ad
1 1 - ikedi and having official proriam
' on in.'d" 1I1.1I lhr are the Heads of the
House If you will grant a man this emp
ty honor you may do with him as you
choose and why women so seldom take
the trouble lo kowtow to their lords and
meal when tin reward Is so dispio
portionale to the effort, is 11 thing that
always fills the with amusement.
If a woman wants a new car. If she
wishes lo have the hying toom done oe
in l.iown. or lo send John off to college,
she can announce that she is going to
hac him do these thing." add either gel
them after a bloody fight with her huo
band, or not get them .ill if he is ihe
sort ihHl slicks when he gets his back up.
Or th.- woman can say to her husband
"My dear. I believe you are rlglu In
thinking we needed a new cai Didn't
oij n thnl It was a Hnmply Pumpty
twenty, with many-; lining, you like"
ITou .! such 11 wonderful Judg- of motors
nnd know so much about machinery I
wonder if you Could take an hour off ami
help me d.ride on the living room deco
ratlon. tour taste is so artistic, and I'd
like you to see the browns I looked -1
01. 1 have been thinking 11 ovei and 1
am sure you hove selected the right
school for John." etc
And husband will say. ""Certainly lo
as you please " for the funnv thing is that
men nevri notice whether you take their
advice or not Nor do they rare. All
ib" ii nt is to have their women lolk
pas lb. 10 ti . ompliment of asking it.
All of whbh, and much more Is what
Mr. Oeorge meant when he said that any
woman who vr not an idiot found out
on her wedding trip whether It was hei
t , 1 to swear or cry.
i A TRIP THROUGH SANTA CLAUS
LAND WITH OLD JACK FROST
(Little Toys That Run Furnish Heaps of Fun)
BY JACK FROST
1 By Wireless to Hal M. Coghran
This message from Santa I'laus land
Is for the bill- folks, and parents aren't
supposed to read it unless they read out
SANTA c'BAt'S LAND. North Pole
Dec 24. This is Ju.st like writing mm,
yi uitgsters a letter from wonderland or
fairyland Everything Is so lovely herej
on this last day that it's junt like ib.
dreams you have had of heaps and heaps
,,f toys all your own.
1 jugl Wish sll th.- toys I have seen
today were all rat' ot'n. Bui they're I
n--t That's why Santa is having Ibemj
pui in his big airplane. He's going to I
j Uncle Sam, M. D.
Q. J am writing in the hope thai ! "u
may be able to ndvlse me in regard in
my three-year-old child, who has been
troublod with pin worms since she wa-
less than two years old. At first her case
was not properly diagnosed, but finally,
when she w as almost beside herself ;i t
heaping over with pretty colored things
horns, peaches, long strings of gold
nnd silver little round sparkling things
and Idg red and blue anil grern balls
The) are to put on the Christmas iree
and Santa L- BUrel bringing a lot with
him this season.
Its fun to heln bad an airplane with
toys but I'll be! I: will be more fun to
sit down on tin- floor and pig.) with these
tiilnirs Thais what you youngsters will
l-e doing tomorrow.
Santa Is Just crawling In with bis load
of toys. He got everything packed awa
all right', and there s going to be a lot
of hatipy boys and girls In 1 gden after
bring them to Ogden snd carrv them
down lots of chimneys and leaxe them
for good liltle boys and girls.
SANTA ALL PREPARED
Some of the things I have seen look
loo terrlb) big lo go down any him
ney. but Santa always manages to get
them through ll's a stwret and he won't
tell me how 1 . 1 . ii jte says, "Bittie
boys and girls dori 1 care how 1 get them
Into their homes, as long as I do."
We have loaded r-.iis of dolls wooden
and cluih animal- ivv.gons toys thai go,
blocks, railroad 1 Ins. Indian suits, fire
men's outtiis, mj. ing ropes, marbles,
and everything you could think of, Into
ihe big flying machine. There Is silll
a loi of room ih ihe alrpiam but I am
Wondering how Santa's going to get ev
There Is one great big box that Is just
' t,e h.i mad,- lib isll lo vour homes
YOU'LL ALL BE HAPPY
I wish I could make the trip with him
so I could watch vou when you find the
lhlng. he has left In front of your Christ
mas tree. I know you'll all be happy and
shouting with glee.
But I've got to stay here and watch
Ihe toy nhop while Santa Is away I
offered to make the Irlp for him but he
says this is the only real pleasure he gets
out of life giving things awa to boys
So the best I ran do. In saying good
bye for 1 his year. Is to wish you all a
r..-a! merry Christmas and a very happy 1
Hurrah, children! Santa has started.
He's on bis way to Ogden.
limes with ihe trouble, we changed herj
I physician, and It was pronounced pin
worm, and most drastic treatment given
her the treatment being about as hard !
on her aa the trouble. H consisted of!
i medicine Which upsut her stomacn nnd
en. -mas which exhausted tier.
A. I wish 10 ndvlse vou that while
ordinarily this condition Is considered by
; ninny physicians a trivial one. eel at
1 times pin worm Infectio.i is m..s: it-;
I sistant to treatment; especially when
chronic. In ihe main, .scrupulous n-'ten- I
Hon musl be paid to cleanliness and ilu
child should be icuulrcd to It 1 1 he 'he anus
I several times -i day. The medical tr- ai 1
I UTAH THEATRE I I
I Today, Dec. 24, and Tomorrow, I j
I MILDRED HARRIS CHAPLIN I
I "Inferior Sex" i H
I COMING -NEXT WEEK I
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C Commencing Sunday, December 26 C
j NAZIMOVA j j
I "Madam Peacock" j fl
ADVENTURES OF THE TWINS (H
BY OLIVE ROBERTS BARTON I
THE TWINS ARRIVE I
"Now- what'" asked Nancy, a ihe
I Hreen Shoes set them down on the very
1 edge of Santa i'laus big chimney
Wish ourselves down inside Santa's
' house." Bonded Nlclt.
I Please ;r . ' began N'ancv but tllS
1 Shoes illdn I wait for her to finish 1 ov. n
; dropped Ihe twin buniplty banc .1 1 U.
bUDIP rluht into a bin fireplaie. hriuKUt':
ment. of . curse, must bo In tlie hand-1
of a competent physician. L'eluaU this
Consists In the US of rclul 1 -.) i n 11 -
of noiutionM winch kill tin- worms, Ml'Ch
as infusion of Qtiaasls WODrl, un.l Mupple
menllnK this b admlnlaii all.-n by
mouth of sub.stance- brdinarih used In
ihe treatment of round worms.
Tin worm infection Is iceompanted m'
c-nlv hv the b inptomn mentio.iel - oii.
bui also by the secretion of a" laisrc
amount of mucus. The little ivqrni Itscll
Is about one-third of an Inch lOlSg. an.i
Is while and thread-like in character
1 These may be observed in stretching i.ha
folds of ihe anus. I mention these nvmi -tora
because tho irritation mentioned lj
you may be due to other causes than
'pin worms and uin be determined wlln
posltlveness only by obaervlnc the worms
with the naked eye or laborator teats '-
determine the presence of their ecps In '
Q. Am troubled spasmodi, a Ih with
I teucorrhoea. Have been io see teveral
doctors and in most cases their metho-t
Sudilenb thfty heard sum one laughlnc H
ha. ha. ha!" went ihe vobc. "Ho H
ho. ho. ho. ha. ha. ha. ha. Oh hum H
Thai was funny' Not hurl are you. kid- l 1
(lien'.' You really musl excuse me fo( j
lauchini; but you look so f -f-f um v '' An4 I H
er started to Ivirh all 0". c 1 iaH
Then '.nie fnl r,,y.;,; r,Kllie cam
1 Into view ot a shadowv corner, ami f H
made a jerky little bow fo The nowconv I fH
A httlc fat roly-poly f - j : cams into view and made 3 Jerky ilttls bow 10 the I"!!!!!!!!!!
down car loads of -.jot and 4 ton OS ami
Pits 01" brick alonn wllb them Then
was a roaring Are on tht heartli. but
.Ithouh'h they landed witii such 1 racket
. and In such a dangerous 'dace, ihev were
not hurt a bit more than If the"v had
I fallen Into Ijooscv Gander's bed. The
1 little Shoe-; saw to that
J l' they jumped and ban lo brush
j the grime off their c'.olh for although
j the were not hurl in the bus". Ihey were
J very dirty indeed.
"Santa Plans' cried the VH
sa no iii- r. 'or It suddrn'. .iawn-d upon L
them thai this was the VOnderflll per- H
son. and who '..sited nn'y thosi. ho had L
heeti very. ver co-l ditr'nn Hie ; i-ar H
"Yes ' nodded the fat little man with a 1
twinkle In his blue eve- ( believe I'm H
Co ' I
( treatment varied. Can you suggest j
" ' I I
Thl- condition Is local and due to a BH
variety of causes Before treatment can HH
rl c.-Itbig ,.n-.- 1 t t vj
01 11 I
the hands of a skilled physician In cor-
11- Ion with laborator: tests, in SJ
be lorn. In mind that healthful
living habits, which teud to build up the H
Cenerul boiill henlih will br a KTcat aid
10 the care of all ouch conditions l av H
particular attention to the 1 ondltlon -; LHH
your howvls. eat an abundance of nu- HaH
;r.i,-.i - 1 ii.-niy of mill,
9gg, avoid the use of too much pastr Lssiiil
mt too frequent attei 1
or movlns; picture show
Great Britain 1? erecting enor
inous airships, each of which is said bBh
to contain l.fl00.000 part. I
Don't Poison Baby. t H
FORTY YE A.RS AGO almost every mother thought her child mutt have ivjB
PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep. These dnius will produce
sleep, and a FEW DROPS TOO MAJs'Y will prtslm.o the SLEEP !
PROM WftlCH THERE LS NO WAKING. Many are the cbildreD who
have been killed or wIumo health bin been ruined for life by paregoric, lauda
num and morphine, each of which i a narcotio product of opium. Druggists
are prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at ail. or
to anybody without htbelliDg thom "poison." The Hefinitiou of "narcotio"
is : "A medicine wi-u h relin pain and product; sletp, but which in poison
ous doges produces stupor, coma, coiwulsions and death." Tho tnste and
emell of medicines containing opium aro disguised, and eold mulcr the names
of " Drops." "Cordials." " Soothing Syrujw. etc. You should not permit any ;
medicine to bo given to your children without vou or your physician know
of what it is composed CAST0R1A DOES NOT
CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears thesignaturo ? -of
Chan. H, Fletcher.
Genulne ( astorlft alwaTS bears the cilgnatare of
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