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) Lr JJ IfOVE and MARRIED HFEll ! tnj, the noted author ! Idah MSGlone Gibson . 3 I 1 OUR COURTSHIP. "friends or pnomios''" John whis pered ;'-'J'n ..sn t thai !aiRpl r ou to decide? 1 asked it it Is," 1C answered p-he luontiy. i shall' be something much more than friends Girl. girl, don't ou know, " v0Uajdcd perhaps by this music are pulling my Benses from m ou don't seein to hi- missing a Kpnt of ho music' i answered with I ' ast shred of mj common Bens . irblch 1 f?11 slipping from rue all too: rTbe man who couldn't dance with vou mv dear, through life, with CT ' vrithout' mustic. would ha vp no soul ,-, ,, ,,r: v. as ben i ine - t . r-1 thai I , m,ued awaj a little for fear he would ' (Z ii at which he. with the assur- ' '., 0 a cave man. pressed me closer In his arms I inn'f vou know, girl." hp asked. I inat you've got to get used to this" your place from now on is neat! lo my heart " I "Really?" I. asked 'Point out to mo the young woman whose place I am 'going to usurp.' I added in a flippant tone- lo coiic.-al ins trut- feeling There has never been any place i here's never been any young woman before. I never thought there wou'd be one who would make my nerves jump as you hnve done.' "I think we had better stop dam ling," 1 said, and r;o hark to Helen. 1 Waill to ask her why she has played me th sorry trick of introducing me to a mad man." "Yes. 1 am mad made for vou Girl, nn surely understand that you a.e mine I want you." "Have you always gotten just what ou wanted:"' I managed to whisper, although mj heart was shouting "Take me, take me!" "1 es," he answered, coolly, ' and, ac co: -dins to Kiplins, 1 ve taken m own where I've found it ! " "Cave man stuff,' I managed to laugh again "Cave man stuff," he answered, 'ifj you like- but the truth for all that. And there's one thing more that you must believe I have never said whal I have said to you just now to any other living woman." "Tut. tut! This to mi-, when 've been hearing from all your friends that j ou are the m osi fascinating man in, town." "That's only the talk of a lot of silly) women, because I've never fallen forj them " "Arrogance?" "I'm not arrogant now. I'm the humblest cf your devotees," he has tened Can't ou see that I've fallen for ou cood and hard0 Why, girl, until this moment I've never felt there) was only one woman for one mnn ill I the world but now I know it, To m--. i what nnn1 have r.-illed love has on'v I I meant a combination of the time, the 'place and the girl Now i realise just I what a fatuous ass I have been not to have known that BOmewhere on this old earth a uirl with your srreai brown ey your ieiding form and teiriptingj mouth was waiting for me." The music died away In cadencea that kept our emotions dancing, a' thoush it stilled our feet I i ould feel the reluctance with whi. h he took bis arm from about nie, and although ever one on the floor j was clamoring for an encore. I insisted that he should take me to a seat. I suddenly fell tired and not able to dominate ihp love-making. It seemed1 to me thai I was cheapening myself by allowing any man to talk lo me as ! he was doing, and yet my heart was tying out for more. I wauled again to have his arm around my waist, tt feel the warmth of his body. I wanted again to hear him call me ; si r 1 In accents which made the word,' a caress. We moed toward the veranda where I Helen was seated As we were wend-' Many mothers who in order to keep the home neat an' attractive, the children well fed and dressed, continually overdo. g The experience of motherhood alone causes a severe strain k upon the system, from which many women recover slowly, j H and serious feminine disorders may develop unless great I care is taken to prevent them. If ll 19 SUC women Lydia Pinkham's fj I ffiPSi' Vegetable Compound is invaluable. For I ) SmIj' many years this root and herb medicine Pj 'nui SlF V 'v' -x remedy for woman's ills, 3 1 f rs Morgan's Case I I 1 L tWO years GUere(-' with a ; IL I u 1 piA fema'e weakness, pains in my back 111) i A " VMu J and Painful periods, and I was so --te fill Mr ' A veak and tired that 1 was not able fl I lull lsM JREI! to do my work. A friend told me M SSSrLl I VAjfJll to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- ly. Hll I'B 'l tabic Compound and it gave me H II ym 1 gi'eat relief. My pains (eft me and U a l" 'u57sl ' am n0W ae m wor anc lctu! Hi I MIlJLI !JJffHHP testimonial and if your Vegetable W B8i(Jj wP 141 k HEf ' Compound does others as much liiW much pleased." -Mrs. Charles HlPM M1 1 A Word to Childless Worxien !r yi t There are women everywhere M llrlRi I I Ha 'onS 0l' cm'dren in their ! V 1 Wm ' homes yet are denied this happi- pn I jjn Wv, I Jgj ne53 or account of some functional j j IV disorder which in many cases would ( I readily yield to LydiaE. Pinkham's y ii j 81 Vegetable Compound. if In I J J I'll n Such women should not give up hope j III h i 1 II (I until they have given this wondertul ' IM ' j y 1 gjl medicine a trial. ii Wffi si JRi MmVs o&l BrfiM iL lJiJL! 1 Ij I 1 1 I , I B I MB- w m M J ZwZ l2lii t! wtBR 1111' M Ii K i mm w Ki m ItltltATZutoi fZJSLm fi ill DT 1 1 A 1 1 1 m -Ll I0! A VtSL A BBS Ar A 11 L mxnush FtAtm iiwflriirtT'.illbn-l HiiirrisfliiWiTLi irf in m y J-aF ins our way between the daneers, Jor an Instant I was pressed against lifm and realized that my head barely reached his shouldor "Just as (all as my heart' he Sffd, s"f'ly It was not the words that Mole my breath away, hut tho cl 'hat th same thousht had come to both of as at once. "Don't you realize." he Insisted, "that I told the truth whn I said (bat youi place is there?'.' And at that time. God pity nxi, I thought it wa.- WEDDED. From that nicht John Gordon h ird ly left my side. He mado his at en tions so conspicuous that Ihe JilUe summer colonv where my friend jiad h"-r cottaf vas immediately a-tizz with the fact that at last John Gorflon was serious. "I did lovo him (lin. ' I said to pny accusing conscience I think I lcved him from thp moment that my yes looked Into his of smiling gray. I lid not realize thn that iohn smile ncl dom reached his mouth that his lips closed In a thin miM line, bc-f BUM for me at that time he brought out 'he smile i ha t curled the corners of his stern mouth and showed teeth of pur prlsing regularity and beauty. For the three weeks of m sta;' at Helen's, John was my shadow. He cog lected his business, and spent tho en tire time with me. I was his business, his recreation- his one objective. He fairly took me off my feet, ihat r had never known betor- in any man, in fact, after three years of marriage and with m year-old baby claiming much of m time, if John pays me the slight est att-ention or smiles at me with the old warmth. I have ( h " t same ferling it utter surrender which I experienced (he first time I saw him. Long before the three weeks of my Btay were over I had promised to be- ' "HI' J ' ' I ! I I I I I U' ' I I I I - 1 'ill., A pected (o return lo iny home and pr pare for an autumn wedding, mit John would riot wait, and Minded .by the :.r dor of such an importunate lover, we Irove to 8 nearby city one a.tei'noon n ad u ere married At that time I did not known John's family, his friends, his latr. h B ii nancial condition, nor hi- DUSffct is ability It was onl a lucky MriJm - lance thai I had married a mm who was able to take care of me 1 did not ask I prohabh would have married him under any circumstances I as blind blindh In lovt i went unseeing unknowing t o my fatl . because ever since I cnul i u 6der stand what a woman's destin ttighl he, I had been taughl by my m p'Iht 'hat love was all- that when my 'fiear' throbs answered some man's que: ii ion. when my hand trembled as h ? ca ressed It in his, when my longing; lips returned his kis avidly, 'ban I ws tci know that he was my man my iuis band. There was nothing else, T had been taught, but the end of the fairy tale "marriage, and they Hve.i Ijappy ever after" One thing I have ince learned most thoroughly and that I shall tea!h to mj little daughter, now in her uivon BCioUS babvhood Love and matTiTge are two ver different things ome is a temperamental disturbance, an emo tional cataclysm, the other is pinch .' partnership Involving an Intimate business association and made possible by the same interests and aims. No marriage based only on ih American Idea of romantic loo and lasslon can be successful anc I will nivo John the credit of being qu;ite as innocent of this knowledge a? 1 was myself. I do not think that two Meiags were ever happier than John Gordon and I as we drove away from thn little church where w e had been ma J r hus band and wife. "W e have stolen a march on t Jem ' chuckled John. 'I've alwaya hat sd 'he pomp and fussiness of a public wed ding In fact, therp seems to do ?omc ihing indecent about it. But thitik of ;his. girl, we can go back ncy we won t go back we will go into the c;ty tonight and I'll write to your mother and mine and tell them what we h-ive done. "You have a mother, haven you" he asked suddenly. Then for the first time I roa?ized that 1 did nt know whether Jolin's mothei were still living whether we liar) brothers or sisters and I waft ser laln that I had told him nothing about my family. For the three week that we had known each other, it had been BUfficlenl for John that I .should listen !., in words of love-and sufffcienl lor me that he should speak then. Suddenly my heart t-tood still Who was this man I had marttled? (Continued Tomorrow) ART OF DRESSING W ELL Dressing Is an art, in the belief of Mine. Petrova, the actress, and sfnould lie designed by an artist "No artist ever paints the sarnie pie lure twice," she says, "and neither should any two gowns or any two pairs of boots, or hats, be the same. The well dressed woman la ihe womaii who understands herself The fault in so many cases Is with the woman She wants to look like someone el?e. If n woman would jusl try to look herself, it her best, instead of Lillian Ijlussell md Mary Pickford at their woitt, the result would be much better. Because Maxim- Flliott looks well in an Uliza tetb ruff is no sign that the woman whose head squarely rests -on her shoulders, with no neck at fiJi. will look (he sane waj ( inderellu bad a small foot, but If - Woman who weighs tw p bun- Ired and odd pounds trie to wear a Upper ih" size of Ehderella's ;ihe will ippear deformed, she on th other liand. believes thai everyone tidntfres tier for her small feel '' The Qexl thln for the wiimfn who would be well dressed to learn .Is har mony the hariiion m . olor jut w hat olora her own personalitj wil stand. Hie woman can wear a gown of the no.-1 iironmineed mini wit hout , it s ap - " .uing loud. Another worn in with he -.Mi,- (o!o combination wcwld look like a circus poster. WITH OURSELVES Sonx-times we R.-t to think nR tha: svo'rc In a Class ourselves. Pkit wV(M not Wa think that we mv )nL a little netter oi n little more favored In pome way than our SS0 lales and tare net luienaliN- to the laws whi i Koi m jthera .o one can quite undenstand u tor appreciate thfl fitnesa of our thought We're making a great mlslakti when he think thus. It is n attitude which is j)t to o.nt us much ploaaani Irltercourso und many friends In tho end. I would be equal!) foolish) to insist lhat everyone Is Jusl like cverpne else. We all have varying tonipcraments. op portunities and environment. It la well that we do. else life would be horrib!;. humdrum and monotonous. But our tr- n - oral characteristic are mnrh the same. ' jiifii as our tares are all different, yet the general features never vary. I What will move one to .icner. If a Just cause, will move another Treatment i which is manifestly unjust will stir not i one. but all. t'nfailing COurtesj and Charm of manner will not win one. hilt man;. All have their id-als, their limes I of sorrow and of enjoyment, their strong likes and dislikes So, when he find nursocs inellnel to think that sperl.il privileges should le ours and that sperial ronslderation I Bnould hedge our pathway round that ! ir ' I us life should be sweetened and tempered I before taking, it's time we took our selves to task. Why should we demand more than we expert to cie" Why should we wrap Ourselves awaj from the storing and expert others to weather thrm"' We're no hettcr than they It may even he that they should he the favored onoJ I buy Liberty bonds at highest prices. If you have bonds for sale see me. J. J. j Brum mitt, 2417 Hudson ave nue. Phone 59. "Cleanliness Is Next to Godliness" That's why PARTICULAR people bath at CLAY'S COTTAGE BAT'-iS, where the suits and towels are always CLEAN, where the plunges are drained ! nd scrubbed daily, where bnht fire in your dressing room maker COM-, FORT, where you can have a clean sweat blanket and plenty of time to cool out if bathing for rheumate-m, where pure ice-cold artesian watei is served in clean glasses OF BOURSE it costs more than bathing in a fil hy pool with the rabble. Advertisem :nt. on Don't miss the big carnival dance October 30th, W. O. W. hall. Refreshments, pumpkin pies and apple cider. Every body welcome. 00 LGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEET.NG OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE DE TACHABLE PLOWSHARE EDGE MANUFACTURING COiviPo.ny. Notice la hereby given, that a special meeting of ihe stookholdera of ihe De tachable Plowshare cicge M&nufaciUl Ing Company, will be held n thf- Coun ;ci! Chamber, at the .llty Hall, iti Oglen ( ity. Weber County, State of Ptah, on ' i he 8th day of November A. D., 1.10, at two (2) o'clock p. m of ."ohl day lor 'he purpose of vo'ing jpon the fol-1 'lowing amendments lo the Ar lcles of I Incorporation ; to-wii. To change and amond Arfrcle Six j (6) thereof, bv inserting and substi tuting in lieu thereof the following: ARTICLE SIX. "The amount of Lie Capital Stock subscribed by each patty to theee Ar : tides of Incorporation Is as tollcwa, to-wit : , H. I Nordquiat ...52,500 shares Hugh Iloldaway b.00'1 shacs Cleveland Redfieid . .. 40': shr.'es John M. Genta 1.000 shares C. D. McDonold 100 f-hres Ii is expressly understood and irgreed. that the r2 500 sh.ies of , stock subscribed by H. I. NrrdQUist, and the 5.000 shares of stock sub scribed by Hugh Holdaway, fnall be known as Promotion Stock, and so long as the same shll be held by said jH. I. Nordquist, and said Hugh Ho da 'way or either of them the same s! all draw only forty (40) per cent of the profits accruing from the bus'ness of the said corporation, said fony (40) per cent to be paid to said H. I. Nerd quist and Hugh Holdaway according to I the respective holding of each of said parties, and that Lxty (60) per cent of the profits accruing troin the hdsincssl I . i ANYTHING New or Old ANYTHING A to Z new or old bought, buiu or ixaded. Phono JoJ. Books and Stationery Bramweli Book and Slatlonej-y, 2362 Witahintton Ave. .fLone 360. 2068 Banking Utah National Bank, southeast cor ner i weuiy-fuurlb and Washington, ruone 61. Caunselor-at-Law T 1L O'Loanoliy, ugden, Utah, Legal ad wee by mail, vvriiu me ihn lucta, lUUllU oJO. arpet C'eaning h- Van ivuuiicii lur uyholaLerin, 1 iii pets tltaueu, altertd auu ia.iu. ive- ' Ujaa)Ug Ul Uiillii tooCO. 1 UOUU 4.10J-J tixpert carpel cleanuig, mat tress ituuvauug, upnulslering, and wyiutus ireatxetcheu. can hi. j. Hauipiou to, tfcuiUci ivcuoaung. i huuu oao-W. 1 chiropractor Owen W. liaiveiaon, D. C. Res. .'nuuw 1086-W. 701 V02 hlcciea Bldg. .ity Scavenger McLariny Ac Co., 2734 Grant avenuo lJbon 2U1&-W. Jentists The New Method Dentists are epo ciahsti in all branches of Dentistry. 24b!) Washington. 220S Jrain Tile for Sale lntermountain Concrete Co. Twen tieth and Lincoln avenue, Ogden, Utah, t'honeu 2U0S and 48 4. 2310 Lngraving Ogden Engraving Service Co., mak ers of flno cuts in one or more colors, '416 Twenty-lourth treeL Phuno 463. Foot Specialist Flat feet, corns, etc.. corrected Fry Laboratory, 32U Hudson iildg. 8583 I I Pensive Kewpies j j I I I ill Any girl or boy can get a PENSIVE KEWP1E tree gj by bringing or mailing to the Ogden Standard one J; new subscription. This offeY will be for a limited p time only. Cut out the subscription blank below jg p and have it signed then bring or mail it to the " I Standard. 3 HI j In order ) I g may receivt a pensive kewpic doll as a prize, 1 here- g II 'I S3 by subscribe for t In 0 Ogden Standard for on-: month g .1 S j and thereafter UNTIL I ORDER IT STOPPED for g which I aree io pay the regular subscrintion nrice 5 SS f II i I i I S Name s g j Address j g i i I RULES: g I p g ill S Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. Only ?j 1 boys or girls who's parents or guardians are already f l 0 subscribers are eligible to win the Kewpie. 0 No boy or girl will be given more than one doll. 0 A new subscriber is some one who has not taken ill the Standard during the past thirty days. of the said corporation shall be paid to the holders of stock of said .orpra tion issued to and held by oartis otter !han said H. I. Nordquist ana Hugh Holdaway." And said meeting Will Blso be hold tor the purpose of fansacti-ig such ther business as may proper'y come t,, f.,ro ill.- 5-aifl nw mv il T II ABLE plow sh arp: euge MANUPAI TUMN I CI lMPAr!Y, By H. I. Nordquis', President ; By E. F. BRATZ. Sec Car: By Order of the Board of Direciors. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF I THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE HANSEN LIVESTOCK &. FEEDING COMPANY. Notice is hereby given that a spc irial meeting of the stockholders 0( the Hansen Livestock & Feeding eomp;in, I a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Utah, will be held at ! Mercer block, U63 24th street (up i stairs) ogden Utah, on Saturday, the l.'.Hi day of November, 1919, at 1.J0 .o'clock p m, for the purpose of 1 amending the amended articles of in I corporation of said company in the I INFORM A TION B UREA U Notice to Advertisers On and after April 1, 191a, ousiness directory advertising in The Standard will be $1 per line per month. fire Insurance Charter .Cilsjenberg Phone 16G9-J. Laieuuonian aud Aiicuigaa Uomnierciaj biauuuru iiibuiancv). ltT5 day and Grain ua, fa ia in auu poultry teed. Bull l K)b., o a iweuij("Uuru. ruuuo o-i.. A. tsf VVoob, run U. jtL. aoixiixu, W'il avenue, ab lop ynceo. 1 none 751-VV. 10; iiink and Hide Western niue a Junl Co., 2221 . .loiLLugi-on .e. i'honu &61. Ugdvu Juna llOUit, Vs'J WusliiLfaLU k i b. t Uoiio SHUi ..ey Fitting ikO iiiu,; and iock repairing. Hud sou uepau ohop, -loJ hujo'ju. ant Lite insurance W. L. Stewart, special representative of tho iSew ork Liiu insurance Co. a Lewie b:dg Phone 12T JioJ idoney to Loan ,uuuc) io iu..u ou improved real es U.le. Ueliy HerricK. 21-iO New and Second Hand Furniture New and second baud goods Doughl, sold and exchanged. Highest puces paid for second hand furniture. Iruuks ,iud suit cases a speciait) bin K Trunk ESirnlture Store, Z41 Twouty-fiftb street. Phono lHl Painting I'.iper cleaning and tinting. New Wil kinson. Address Rear 738 Twenty-sixth street. Phone 1520-J. 2457 Call on J. J. Brummitt at 2417 Hudson avenue, ir you want to sell your Liberty bonds. Phone 59. following particulars: To amend the seventh article thre I 1 1 of by increasing the capital tock of said corporation from $1, 000.000 .00, di vided into 10.000 shares of the par value of $100 00 each, common stock to $1,500,000.00 divided into lo-Otui L I shares of the par value of $100.00 1 each, of which 10.000 shares shall be 9' I common stock and 5000 shares shall I I be preferred stock, each share to be f : entitled to one vote. The preferred slock shall be cumulative and shfll I l draw eight per cent dividends per an num, and said preferred stock shall be a first lien on the net assets of die t company, and further expressly pro riding that the company reserves tho L nhr to redeem ihe said issue of pre " f erred stock on or after five years, at m the pric e of $110 per share. k said meeting such other business I shall be considered and acted upon, a.s f may come properly before the meet- k n Dtfted at Ogden, Utah, this 20th dav ' of October. 1919. By order of the Board of Director.-. ADAM PATTERSON. President. S S JENSEN, Secretarv. CHEZ & BARKER, 1 Attorneys for corporation. 317 : 1 Printing All kinds of job punting. Dee-Neuto k boom Printing Co. inouo 1 1 2193 ti Piano Tuning U pairlug uud baud polishing Plavei 6 planus a specialty. Guaranteed. Atklu ton. Phono 29-K-3. 950, . aysician and burgeon Dr. A. Peruiund. JXlice hours 11 to 1 I i p. m. xnow Bidg., luuson Ave. ftat, rhono bib. uincc pnone iuu-w Real Lstaie and Loan I scavenger v....iu0v and rubbish hauled, cess pools auu toneis Cleaned. John Chipp oc V.O., 1 uoue o-o. -Jto iiuOsou avenue amtary Work Sanitary uarbugo Co., all kinds oi ruouish uauicd. iLone o2u. jewing Machines Wo rent repaUj airy needles an j I I parte ir UXI munts oi mucmues. Whao bewtng .dacn.no v.o., 2J v asiuugiu- , ents and Awnings ugden 'lent auu Awning Co., manu lecturers ot high grade biore, ottico Mil and reaident awnings. VVatorprooi cov ers, uuiis, etc. Anything in canvas, 2264 Waanlngton avenue. Phone 26i. Vacuum Cleaners 1 none -00- j ii vucuum cleaner, ii tor si Doursi eteruised dust bag. windows Cleaned Expert window uud wall paper clean ing anywhere. American Window li ' ! Cleaning. Phone i63. 2370 Washington. Read tho Claeaifled Ad. Read the Claaslfied Ads.