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lifl i THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN. UTAH. . SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1920 "'5 'M
Iff Woman's Page '
Bti I jLOVE and MARRIED LIFEl j
if I the noted, author J :
I . j Idah MGlone Gibson j
IJi I j HELEN AND BOB.
iH J "la then? an thine I can do?" paid,
lm J Allco following mu Into my room,!
(H where my nursr vni packing.
iflBlf - "iNTo, donr' 1 th,nk overytlilnp hua
r bom dono," 1 a'd as I looked about
W? ' tho room,
r "Everything has been packed and
B put In order," said the nurse, "and I
K think I had better leave; you know
K your doctor only telephoned to mo last
R night bocnuso you were In audi a bad
I tntc and I stayed on to holp you this
i "You had hotter stay with Mrs. Gov-
Wj, don .nd go with her to her home," 3ald
; K Tho re was reat relief In my face
B when I heard this, for I was quite sure
XL that John would not approve, of any
K thing of the kind and yet it seemed to
H , me almost necessary that someone
K- should go who had been with me dur
K ing my slay at Atlantic City. Poor
H old llannrili, my mother's maid, would
K not be able to take charge of things
Mr in ii way that my capable nurse would
j and then I had a quoer sinking feel
M ing that after the whole thing was
m over I should probably collapse.
"I am going downstairs now," said
m Alice, "to talk to Helen awhile."
B i "Arc you, dear? now swcot of you."
Rather Ashamed of It.
i " ' "Oh, I'm rather ashamed about the
l- I I '" way I treated Helen," she said. "Nor
Fl'''! tna, ' approve of her conduct entire
ly ,1, ly. you know, but I have almost come
BP R 1 to iho conclusion that as long as we
Ij i do not know Just exactly what wo
p v would do In matters of this kind. If we
ft", were placed In the same circumstances
T" J ns Holen, it Is not quite the thing for
' j ' J hoi" lifelong friends lo 'cast the first
I "Oh, Alice, that is the first com for t-
v J t Ing thing I have had s,&Id to me slnco
ij you have come down." ,
j mn "I didn't know I made qullo such
' atl . a botch of it, Katherlne," she answer-
f 'Mm ed, "Why, I came down here to help
1 Wm you If I could."
Mm "You have helped me more than
' 11 you can possfbiy have desired, Alice,
;' dear. Do you really know that Hcl-
, B cn'a life litppiness almost depends
I, 1 JmET "What do you mean, Katherine?"
m. !!':, 141 moan just this, that unless Cob
. Kl, and Helen are able to make Iriends
M, ' again with their old acquaintances
( yjM their love is going to bo wrecked vn
Hi the shoals of doubt."
L lp( Doing the Right Thing.
.Hf 1 "Being young, Bob and Helen felt
U ffffto ' s that they were doing the right thing,
v" (a L,1C grcat thin? hi declaring their love
F mL t0 tl10 "vvorl(1. Of course, they could i
B: 4 an not understand that such a decloru-
8 I lIn would mean 'thumbs down' for
I j 1 1 J them. You know them both so well
mf s. that you know Bobbie is only happy
I I when he has many of his friends and
jjlf: acquaintances about him. That is the
Mm tl ' veiy reason that he began to love
rM S Helen instead of Ruth. Helen told
'"H f: me that Ruth lost him because she
i $ would not ontertain his friends or" be
, B jh' entertained by them. Helen, you
,H (t know, is very fond of company and
wT i s,1o thought that she could mako Bob's
J', home a center or social life for him.
Instead, her marriage to him has cut:
, jflnl ,lini off more completely from his
. F . friends than Ruth's oppisition to them.
S ii , ' Alice, you have social position in the
j! town where Bob and Helen have come
'J? ,.' ! to live. It will enable you to help'
j; . - them hi many ways, and I am sure!
ill I H , that you can do this much better than
ftl 'y t 1 I. becauso you will have no opposition,
Ir ii irom j oiii, your nusbanu.
' I I Characters Not 'Changed.
Ill "Oh, Alice, you must understand
liL -v lhrit Bob's inil Holen's characters have
f j Ss-Lr not changed. They aro just the same,
' I r sweet, sympathetic people that we
!f" f I . have always known. I do not thjnk
I I : ' that I could have lived won hero if
S .'I Helen had not been with me part of
!- ' I j the time."
J "Wasn't Karl Shepard down here?"
I was Alice's unexpected query.
"Yes, he waa hero one day," at least.
j I j' I saw liijn one evening."
' J i1 "Ho did not toll mo in so ruar.
I M i ' words that he had seen jou," said Al
II - y?ny time of dm
: : BAKERS COCOA
; - is uelcome
Ifl i I DO not make the mis-
'. M - tacc thinking that
x W, l , i j cocoa is only an occa- I.
j ' j j 1 sional drink. It is so vol-
m if 1 ' ' I uae a ooc cvcragc so
f 1 " "cn i1 elements of
fl J s j i 1 nutrition, so delicious in
' ffl'Jl a I 1 flavor, and so wholesome "
KHft o I tat c snoukl c used
Jj j I - regularly and often. ;
1$ g Booklet ef Choice Recipes sent free. I
I J 'I 'WM-TER BAKER & CO'LU I
icr, "but I gathered U from something
There was a suggestive silence for
a moment and then Alice snid, "I
thought he would ask me to buy you
somef lowers when I told him about
your losp, but he didn't. Perhaps It Isi
Just as welir I don't want him to grow
too fond of you, dear. He Is too fine
a man to nurso a hopeless love."
(To Be Continued)
Recipes for tasty, nutritious dishes,
prepared fropj less costly meat, is
sued by the Division of Women's Ac
tivities, Department of Justlco. "
' Escalloped Corn Beef.
2 cups cooked corned beef, cubed
1 cup medium white sauce
1 stiilk celery, chopped fine
2 slices cnion. chopped
Cook celery and onion in sauce. Put
the corned beef in a shallow baking
dish. Remove 'Colery and onion from
sauce. Add sauce to meat. Sprinkle!
with bread crumbs moistened with
melted butter or butter substitute.
Brown In hot oven.
Veal Cutlets and Soup.
3 pounds veal shank
Pnnlr n VAll cVlnlr tr l-vll ill r rnl .,1
uater until tender. Remove as much
meat as possible from the bone. Cut
the pieces to resemble chops.
1 Take this veal and season well. Roll
in crumbs, egg and crumbs again and
aaute in butter or butter substitute.
Garnish with parsley.
For the soup take the remaining
portion of tho shank and put it into a
kettle with 3 cups brown stock antl a
few peppercorns, salt, celery salt and
any other seasoning desired. Add Vt
cup each of diced potatoes, turnips,
and parsley. Cook Tor one-half hour.
This veal shank provides a soup and
cutlets for a family of five.
j Pork and Sauerkraut.
2 poundo spnreribn
2 cans sauerkraut
Wash spareribs and place in roaster.
Bake in moderate oven lor W hours,
after seasoning well with salC pepper
acd any other additional seasoning de
sired. Heat the cpnteuts of 2 cans of
sauerkraut. Arrange spareribs on plat
ter and surrouud with sauerkraut.
" Baked Stuffed Flank Steak.
Flank steak (about 2 pounds)
1 cup crumbs
i cup water or stock
1. teaspoon salt
ty teaspoon pepper
small onion chop.ped fine
1 small carrot-, turnip T...,
xh c'jp celery ' 4 "'- -
Wipe steak, remove skin and lay out
flat for stuffing. Make a drossing of
stock, salt, pepper, onion and a small j
amount. of celery and spread on the
meat. Roll with the grain so that when '
cut it may be cut across the grain of ,'
tho meal. Place the diced vegetables
in roasting pan and on this layer of(
vegotables lay the meat, and add two
o" three cups of water, depending upon
sizo of pan. Cover and bake threel
hours ,or until tender. When cooked
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remove meat and thicken broth?
This may be made from the chuck.
Cut the beef into cubes or slices and
sprinkle with vinegar and a little sum
mer savory. Add a teaspoonful cf salt,
and hftlf tonsnnnnfnl nt" nnnrllrn irnnlr
sl." onions for each two pounds of
meat, slowly, in one-fourth of a cup, of
butter or butter substitute. Add the
cooked onions to the meat, cover tight
ly, and cook slowly for about two
(hours. The liquid may be increased
just before serving by the addition of
ja little bcf stock, or either swoet or
j sour cream.
i Savory Beef.
2 pounds of beef cut'In size for serv
ing (use plate, shank, rump or round)
! .; largo onions sliced
3 tablespoons lard
." tablespoons flour
1 tablespoon salt
:4 teaspoon black pepper
U teaspoon ground cloves and
thyme or summer savory
1 pint brown stock or boiling water
pnd meat extract
2 tablespoons vinegar
1 tablespoon catsup
Brown onions slowly in lard. In
crease tho heat. Add meat and brown.
Mix the flour, pepper and other , sea
sonings. Sprinkle this mixture over
th meat. Add the stock, vinegar and
catsup. Cover closely. Simmer until
meat is tenderj allowing two hours for
shank or plate and 1 hours for rump
. WHEN YOU EAT
V , -
It was a precaution given and taken
more frequently a gnerntion or so ago
not to eat when suffering from physi
cal or mental fatigue "The wisest
thing to do unaer such circumstances,"
says an old time writer on health sub
ject, "is to take a cracker and a cup
of tea, either black or green, and no
more. Then in a couple of hours a
full meal may be taken," and further.
"Xo lady will require to bo advised a
second time who will conform to the1
I above rules."
How about it? Could you give up
the time to that sort of treatment ev
ery time you approach luncheon hour
Jwith a feeling or mental or bodily ex
haustion? With most of us there is a
(certain necessity about eating at meal
iliine. Ccrlainlv it won hi ho ralhor
hr.rd for the cook to havo to keep
meals waiting two hours whenever one
of the family arrived home exhausted.
Still there is certain wisdom in not
taxing the digestive organs when we
arc extremely tired. One of the best
I features about the custom of dressing
Ifor dinner is that we cnnilot come in
worn from a hard afternoon hard
playing or hard working and go right
to our heaviest meal. We must make
allowance of a half an hour or surely
a1 quarter of an hour for dressing, and
whether we enjoy dressing or not, sure-
jly it is refreshing,
j If you are extremely tired physical
jly tired and mentally tired at the same
time and have half an hour to "rest
up" before eating heartily, what would
you do? With most people it would
by far more refreshing to devote ten
minutes to lying down and twenty min
utes to bathing and dressing than to
devote the entire time to sleep with
the prospect then of eating without
lT.ving bathed or dressed.
Did it ever occur to you that soup
Is a very wise choice for the first
course of a dinner, especially some
clear soup with more flavor than ac
tual nourishment? This plays the same
role as the cup of tea in the old fash
sioned. advice just quoted. It tones us
up for more substantial viands. Tea
has the disadvantage that most .per
sons talre it with sugar, and sugar, be
ing a highly concentrated food, rather
takes a-way the aiipetite jlhan adding
J TO CLEAN KID SHOES
! To clean white kid shoes lake a
I basin of lukewarm water and make a
i thick 'lather of white caiile soap, add
ing twd tablespoonfuls Oi ammonia to
the water. Wash with a stiff brush, I
rubbing well. Put in sun to dr. They;
will not be ptiff when dry, as they :
usually are in most ways of cleaning.
11111 mea s no conrplete without good P j
11 butter. Maid o' Clover is the ideal butter
to servo on your table three times each M " '
j III day because it is not only good, but is Pas- W '
Maid 9 Clover 11 !
111 is the careful housewife's assurance of a
health-giving butter. Maid o' Clover builds
muscle and bone. It's 98 per cent food HMlf fili
' T the best energizer of all foods. You'll like llrajS xll
Maid o ' Clover Butter. J
ORIGINOFJE ASTER '
(By Eleanor Glover)
Ery now and then some one asks: ;
"How Is tho date of Eaater determined i
and how did It come to be?" This is!
the explanation: Jn the first plnce,
Btster is now a distinctly- Christian
festival, but It had a heathen origin,
j "have most of our special days.
History tells us that It is a continu
ption of the ancient Roman fete, which
.was sacred to tho goddesa Flora and
wna held in her honor each year nt
the approach of spring. The word
12nter comes from tho good old Anglo
Saxon goddess of spring, whose name
was Ostern, Oslara or Oestre.
.The" council of Nice proclaimed Eas
ter as the time for celebrating the res
urrection In A. D. 3r,l and It decreed
that the date should fall on the first
Sunday after the full moon, which hap
pens on or the next after March 21. If
the Cull moon comes on a Sunday, then
IBaster Is the following Sunday. The
dale may be as early as March 22 and
33 late as April 25.
Some gowns in second empire' style
are coming out.
Plaids and stripes in combination
are favored for suits. i
Silver balls and dull silver embroid
ery trim a frock of blue polret twill.
Cloth and velvet jackets in solid col
lars are used with plaited plaid skirts.
Pottery red, smoke gray and brown
r.re among important spring shades.
A plume, a 1 lower or a ribbon serves
as trimming for a hat of tulle satin or
A black charmcuse gown has picot
od frills of old blue at neck, sleeves
and girdle. x
In Persia the bridegroom never sees
the face of his bride until after tho!
ceremony, which custom is said to .re
sult in many keen disappointments to
No really good complexion .comes
out in, the wash.
Order Restraining Lodge
Is Dissolved by Judge
LINCOLN. Neb., April 3. Judge I
Morning in the district court hero this
evening dissolved the restraining or-;
der granted Wednesday to prevent thci
officers of tho Hoyal Highlanders' fra-j
ternal order from putting into effect
the now table o rates and cdllectlng'
Judge Morning said ho took this ac
tion because it did not appear to him
that any useful purpose could be son
ed by keeping the restraining order in1
force. Under the laws or the order,
he said, members aro not required to
pay their assessments until the end ot
the month, and no hardship will resuli
Inasmuch as the suit against the new,
Highlander rate will come up on its'
merits April 12.
Supreme Court Upholds
Conviction of Doctor
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal.. April 2.
Tho conviction and sentence of Dr.
I'phriam Northcott of San Francisco,
for the murder of Miss Inez Elizabeth
Reed, army nurse of San Francisco and
Fort Riley, Ivan., in San Mateo county
last year, was upheld by the supremo
The court denied a rehearing of the
j case. Evidence at the trial showed
Miss Reed died as a result of an Illo
gal operation. Dr.. Northcott had been
given an indeterminate sentence with
a ten years minimum.
If the electricity now generated an
nually in the United States could be
used In a single gigantic nitrogen
lamp, it would almost equal tho sun
itself In brilliancy.
Some lime ago in tront of a largo
London building was found a pigeon's
nest, made of hairpins.
Machine Gunners to ::; H
Halt Night Riderv .iH
MAYFIELD, Ky., April 3. A nja-f' .fl
chlno sun squad oT the state national 2
guard was on duty here following. vj
report that a second attack was t ' 1 H
made on Mayfield tobacco chutes bj
night riders as a result of tho recent H
decline in the price of tobacco. jH
A number of citizens spent la?t
night under arms awaiting an at tick .
but none materialized. The machine jf
gun squad was asked for by Judge
Bunk Gardner of the circuit court aaa
precautionary measure and was ot- jmM
dered here from Leltchflcld by Cover- :
nor Morrow. ' M
i Judge Gardner instructed a special
grand Jury lo Investigate the burning
last Friday night of the Mayfield to. vH
ibacco chute by a hand of night riders, 'I
said to have numbored. 200. Tho sol- j'H
dlcrs assisted deputy sheriffs In bring- CH
ing in witnesses summoned to appear
before the grand jury. &
j The governor has offered a rewart! "H
,of S200 for the arrest and conviction of H
each of any of ten men who took part
in the attack last week.
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