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HB THE STANDARD-EXAMINER FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1920. . , - - . - sU- f-H i j ; I : LOW and MARRED IIFEl I; i 2ij, the noted author t i Idaih MGloneMihson JlllMIMIMIII ill- 'I "if ' 1 '' ' 1 " 1 ' 'JOHN DESTROYS KARL'S LETTER. HT John quickly unfolded Karl Shep- - ink ard's letter, and not wishing to see 'ft-' the remorse that I was sure would r- show in his face when he read it, I Hp- turned to leave the room. flE I was half way to the door, however. 9$ when I hoard the sound of tearing VbT.' paper and I suddenly stopped still. It MBs didn't seem possible to me that John Kj g Cordon would tear up my letter, cs- flP pecially as I knew he had not had Lime to read, a line and quickly on the K heels of this disturbing thought came St another which was tragic in the ex- S Ireme. I knew that if John, in a mo- S nient of quick anger, should destroy tail's letter withowt reading it, he w6iild aYways. he doubtful ,cf its con- fa. V tents.-: l turned about and faced him. f y j BfcJis time he was tearing it into fl 'ViHiy did you do that, John?" I de- , (V- ' "1 have no desire to read another H , man's love letter to my wile," 'ho an- rKH ' &' swered sullenly. HH V-; . a Love Letter. jjK "Oh, John, you must know that it 1 uas llot a love letter. Why Karl .told. ! W die right in the letter .to i:how itVfo JW' you. I kept It purposely so that you might see it. Do .you for one mo- Hm '", ' ment- suppose if it were a real love K$k9(' letter that' I v.ould have let you h-e,e Efiffl '.t? John, women no not bare, their fMh hear.ls to thoir husbands if they .'javcl SU'- anything- in them :o conceal." j Hfflf a "Ycir may tell r.ie what was in it," Mfflm said, nnd I knew f-om tlic tone of i, - , Lusciousriess " j ' Soys the Raspberry j ' "J didn't think' I was I half so good as I am in ' ' Virginia Dare Raspr berry Flavor. Women j 1 t. : have been longing . for ; . ! 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J ' 8888'' his voice that his anger was evaporat ing. 'It was then I ha'. I grew angry and 1 said, "Vou have had your chance, John Gordon, and you did not take advantage of iL 1 am too tired to tajk to you any more lonighL" ' "Come back, come bad:, girl," he pleaded as I started toward the door. "No, I shall not come back, and, what is more to tho point, I shall never tell you what was In that let ter. ' , ' ' Come back, como back, Kalherine. Are you going to leave me forever?" Until John had said this I iiad not thought of such a tiling, but now it seemed to me that if he would" just go quietly out of my lift-, or let me go out of his I would at least have a sur cease from this pai):, from .his heart ache. John came swiftly forward and caught me to him. In doing so he hurt my shoulder which his hand had bruised. I do not know whether it .was the physical .pain or whether It was because I could stand no more ex citement ihat I collapsed in his anus. Lying in the Chaise. When I came to myself I was lying in the chaise lounge where I had so pfttn seen my mother's Iragile form, and John was kneeling beside me, cov ering my arms and hands with kisses. "Oh, I am a beast, a beast, Kather ine," he said. "Really I do not r.ean to be so brutal, but when I think of your caring more' for another man than you do for me, I simply go u.ad.' "I do not care more for anyone on earth than I do for you. John, but I must tell you honestly that 1 wish 1 1 did not care for you. It is my lovej ior you mat manes it possiu:e tor ycu j to make me so unhappy." i "If leaig unhappy iu a test of love, then I am very much in love with you, dear, and I must be loving you more than I ever did in my life, for this is the first time, girl, that you ever made j mo unhappy." "But you have been annoyed with me, John, many, many tie.es." "No, never," he answered stoutly. I smiled. It was so ridiculous. If I ' had not been so weary, so exhausted, I would have told him of tho many times he had tesn annoyed with mo, but as it was I just closed my eyes, for I fell as though 1 could not speak ( another word. j "How Light You Are!" I John noticed my exhaustion aud as J he picked me up in his amis he ex I claimed. "Why. girl, how light you are. I did not realize that your ill ness had made you so thin. You seem like a little, weary child. Oh, Kalh erine, I guess 'I have been a brute to ' you. i don't wonder that you are i ready to fall in love with Karl Shep ! ard or any other man that is good to you. Come." he said as he laid mo down on the bed, 'Til call Hannah to help you prepare for sleep." lie kissed me softly and such has always been the spell John's kiss has woven for me that my arms stole up ; about his neck ard I did not mind oven i the hurt of my bruised shoulder. Tomorrow John Sees a New Light oo I3A Jilt LEY JIALIj BURNS. URBANA. u.. April 9. Flro start ing from defective electric wiring de stroyed Barkley hall, Urbana universi ty, the only Swcdenborglail institute in America, early this morning. The property loss is estimated at approxi mately 50,000. nn MEXICAN 11ESIGNS WASHINGTON, April S. The res-1 ignatton of I-Iilarlo -Medina, acting sec- j relary of foreign affairs of MpxIco. I was reported to the sUito department! I today in official advices from the J American embassy. Alberto C. Franco, I was named as his successor. i oo I CROCKETT'S GRANDSON DEAD I LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. April S.-John jW. Crockett, aged sixty, former sec retary of state and former state treas iurer of Arkansas, died at his homo I here tonight. He was a great grand -'son of Davy Crockett, of Alamo fame. I I oo- 1 UNINSTUUCTED DELEGATES E IK SON, Tenn., April S.--rnln-structeil delegates were elected in the Republican national convention at a j meeting today of the Eight district i convention. sp- o na( ) sm( )ezs( aes o -cesv ( ro ( "Do More Than You Recommend Them to c I Do" I i Says a Grateful Ucer of Sulpherb Tablets. Fine to Regulate Kidneys, Liver and Other Bodily Functions and I Overcome Pimples, Bad . I Blood, Etc, 1 Probably this little message will help somewoman, man, girl or boy, for if the bloodis impure, .if constipation ex ists, If the kidneys and the liver are not working to eliminate the body waste, then it is a certainty that poi sons will accumulate and cause nerv ousness with indigestion and many nl lied ills. A simple, effective treatment, con sisting of Sulpherb Tablets (not sul lihur tablets) made of sulphur, cream of tartar and tho finest extracts of roots and herbs, is advised for your food. Mr. Walter J. Foulds, 123-1 Santee St., Los Angeles, Cal., writes: "I can' express how grateful I am for Snip herb Tablets. I have taken four tubes and can say they are the best I have ever taken and can also say they do more than you recommended tnem to do, as I have passed a tape worm and am getting better fast. May your good kork go on, etc." If you need a tonic laxative, purifier and regulator, .-sk iany good druggist for Sulpherb Tab lets; 60c per tube. Advertisement. 1 . s - - To Sect h Board of Utah Federation of Women's Clubs Accepts - Ogden Offer At a meeting of the presidents, chairmen of committees and executive board of the Utah Federation of Women's clubs, held yesterday in Salt Lake, the board of directors accepted the invitation for the next meeting of the federation, which will be held In October. The Jntermountain and Coast Fed eration of Club Women, recently orga nized, has adopted the slogan of "Your West, Know It." It is the purpose of the federation to work in cooperation with commercial clubs in advancing the Interests of western stales and in improving tourjst travel, issuance of bulletins furnishing information about the inlcrmountaln and western coun try being a part of the plan. The final session of the presidents' conference was given to the discus sion of club problems and. was- Informal.- Mrs. W. J. McCoy presented a plan for meeting the high cost of liv ing, which provides for careful buy ing, reports on alleged profiteering and doing without things not absolute ly essential. oo mm Special meeting American Legion at University club, Saturday, April 10. Full attendance requested. (Advertisement) L. J. HOLTHER. Fsen raoi BY CLffl K. II HO LATEST PICTURE "The Forbidden Woman," which I will be seen at the Utah theatre all week, is said to . have an unusually i elaborate background, for the display ot plara Kimball Young's justly cele brated gowns, tho value of which wardrobe is said to exceed twenty-six j thouj&nd dollars, a.nd- includes price- less creations in tho way of evening gowns, afternoon frocks, dinner gowns, armloads of furs, hati and Jewelry sufficient to satisfy the hearts of all her feminine admirers. ' ' These exquisite creations are there suit of hours of study and labor, by French designers, Miss Young and her technical director, all of whom -have made a deep study of the harmony of colors and tho value of color combina tions for screen purposes, or in other words, they have discovered the exact value of color -under the. glaring light of tho Cooper Hewitts., V . "r. 4 "If one weit to judge my gowns from the standpoint of street wear and availability, some of the color combi nations would" seem hideously out of place and clash outrageously. For this reason, many of the gowns'WoVn' by me In 'The Forbidden Woman' huo! boon qreatcd and designed solely, for1 use In this one picture, for by ylrtue. of the peculiar combinations of color they could not be worn for any other qccaslon." . Mlsfs Young declares that picking over . exquisito materials, plushy vel vets, dainty chiffons and cobweb- laers is quite tho most fascinating sport In the world, and wo agree with hor. oo Self-made mn are scarce, but self-1 made fools are plentiful. j 1 i & SwLpcLdeh 111 KgtjP the safest, purest, most Kffl 5 economical hind. Try fttjftiH You save when you buy it, HSH You save when you use it. Hiy8 sSESl Calumet contains only such lififli EjMjjM ingredients as have been fdHT xi! srFCd mcIa-"y -by MBS fflGHmBS K ! 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All leading grocers sell it. . nn MllS BEAUTY IM WS PICTURE IT IME OGDEN Katherine MacDonald. generally termed the "would's most beautiful .woman," will be seen in a strong soci ety drama, when "The Beauty Mar ket," her latest production, is shown at the Ogden theatre again today. Miss MacDonald was brought to the attention of photoplay fans by her work in -'The .Woman Thou Gavest Mo." She was last seen here in her sensational success, "The Thunder bolt." Tho current picture is declared to be her groatesl work thus far. oo City School Board Postpones Meeting The city school board has post poned iLs regular mooting tomorrow e ening and will meet Monday night lo open bids on the excavation and build ing of loundation for the. new South Washington junior high schoo'. The revised planas will also bo presented by tho architects fgr approval. Be cause of mounting costs of material and labor, (he early estimates were found to bo entirely inadequate. oo Tools Stolen From High School Shop The auto mechanic, sjiop, a frame building lo the rear of Ogden high school, was burglarized' last night and mechanics' tools worth about 5150 wero taken, according to a report made to Supt. W. Karl Hopkins upon discovery of the loss today. Entrance was gained by removing the window panes from the sash. Teachers Ketsiniing ' Next Year Contracts Contracts offered to the present teaching force of tho Ogden city school system for their services dur ing tho coming school year aro being returned to the board of education of fice in satisfactorily large numbers, in dicating that the great majority will remain next year, according lo a state ment of Supt. W. Karl Hopkins. The contracts were issued ten days ago, tomorrow being tho last day for their return. Applications for positions now on file will bo considered during the com ing week. 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Catarrhal dis-1 IH I eases soon become chronic t I lf TBLgTS OR LIQUID SOLD EVERYWHERE Dorothy Dix Talks j COMMON-SENSE CURES V 13y DOROTHY DIX, the World's Highest Paid Woman Writer Any doctor will tell you that one of the strangest peculiarities of human) nature is that he can never Induce j I his patients to try a common-sense ' remedy for trje ills "that afflict them, j ; People will take nauseous drugs without even making a face at thorn. They will undergo dangerous and ex pensive operations. They will leave t their comfortable homes, and their families, and go off to stay in hotels' and miserable boarding houses among strangers in distant places, but when a physician tries to get them to live on plain and simplo foods, and take plenty of exercise, and stay out in the open air, they simply refuse to follow the prescription. Yet ninety times out of a hundred tho common-sense j remedy would work a more effectual .cure than the drugs, or the operations, or the sanitarium. This contempt for the common sense euro Is peculiarly characteristic of women, who have a constitutional dislike to ever looking a fact In the face, and finding n practical remedy for anything that Is wrong with them, bodily or spiritually. Tho revel in mystery, and require to be believed of their troubles by some strange and occult means, or to pass through some danger about which they can throw a veil of romance. No Miracle Worker Needed. Hence tho difficulty of ever help ing a woman, because there is nothing mysterious the matter with most wo men's lives that requires a miracle worker to heal it. They have just lit tle common-place problems that need little homemade remedies .that you simply can't force down the ladies' throats. Take sonic of the complaints from which women eternally suffer, and about which they put up a never ceasing moan. There is the woman who has worn herself to skin and bones over her housework. She Is haggard and thin, and nervous, and she tells you in one breath that her work is killing her, and in the next breath of the elaborate dishes she cooks, and how her house is run on a schedule that never varies, and that she serves every meal as elaborately as If she kept a retinue of servants Instead of being her own maid of all work. Club Women Nervouc Wrecks. And there are the club woman who are nervous wrecks, hysterical and j emotional, with razor-edged tempers and sharp tongues, who live with their hats on and rash madly from club meeting to club meeting, and commit tee room to committee room until1 they pull-up In a padded cell or coffin." The remedy for these women's ills' health and nerves is simply to slow! down to second speed. But thjey woirV do it. There's no use. -telling" the over-1 wrought housekeeper to cut out the frills and get down to the simple life. She would rather die than omit one doily or fall to sweep, and bake, and scrub on their appointed days. Nor is there any use in reminding the club woman that charity begins at home and takes in oneself, and that the one person on earth whose ways and hab its needs the most reforming are her own. , Eaten Up With Envy. There's the young woman who is eaten up with envy of the things that other peoplo have. She sits with fold ed hands and lets herself get bitter and morbid dwelling upon what a cruel blow fate dealt her, when she was not born with enough money to get her the pretty clothes that rich girls have. The remedy for her trouble is as plain as tbc nose on her face. All that she has to do is to go to work and put In as much concentrated energy and thought in making money as she has in wishing for it to come to her on wings. Poverty is the most easi ly cured disease In tho world and the one for wHich there is the most un failing specific. It is work. But far too many women would rather be sick with yearnings for luxuries than to take the remedy that cures it. Starts Out on Wrong Foot. Sometimes a woman wakes up in the morning with the blues, and gets out of bed on the wrdng foot. For no reason at all she stars a quarrel with her husband at breakfast, and spanks the baby and shakes the children, and makes things generally unpleasant toj. IH everybody in the household. jH Generally she is in for a two oi jH three days' orgy of melancholy, yet IH there is a perfectly reliable remedy for it that would relieve her in a . couple of hours. All she needs to dp I is to put on her hat, and go do some- l thing that amuses her, and that will I give her spirits a jolt back to normal. going to a matinee, or just to a res- taurant and having luncheon will do , IH it But she scorns the plain common- sense remedy and goes on being mor ; bid, and wretched, and making every body else so. v 1 Every now and then a woman gets to the place where she loathes the do mestic life, and considers matrimony a failure, and wonder what 'made her pick out the miserable specimen of hu- jH inanity .she did for her husband, and lyrhen even her children figure in her j j thoughts as tiresome brats instead o 1 blessed angels, and she dallies with. :the thought of becoming a home de jserter, or a suicide. H The remedy for this is a little visit, - H or a trip somewhere. Family life has IH ; gotten on her nerves and all she needs iis a change. Three days' absence ' (would turn her homo into a palace ' jher uhsband into a romantic hero IH her children into chcrubins, and hang ijl ! the sun in her sky once more. But has she sense enough to buy a railroad '1 ticket as a sure cure? Never. She stays at home and grouches and jrrura- iH Ibles and complains and takes out hei- own misery in making her family more 'IH miserable still. il The queer part of it all is, that vro- SH men are perfectly aware that these, common-sense remedies would cure them but they won't take them. Thg only thing they will swallow whole i JH 'some remedy that is expensive, or J weird and mysterious. j Dorothy Dix's articles appear hi this paper -every Monday, Wednesday ' ujH and Friday. I oo I Velox Hard Wheat Flour manufactured for those who are. willing to pay a little H more and get the best. 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