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Jl . THE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEV LT.-H, I HURSDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1919 K ' !
J Real Estate I Pi;HT-room mrvd.-rn home; p, , . Bl ,'f; close In Trlro 5S.O(K.'io I pti down. I SIX-room modern ioum; K'r.nfc; H clW ,n J9.5OO.0O. including I furniture I KOI n-rooni house. $2300 00 If I oM Rt once Easy terms. H on r iv. wl .frer-ti Don't I prion- unli f m-an i.uainess, Kphonc 2025 or call at 2731 Mndi I on Av nu 17U E. W. CANNADY Hel Estate Insurance rvi; Ke1 . .r. II Kv, I.. hi. nr I - ?nt and I ii " mires, good i:nr premise.' i enable B Hv roori' "M 1 Kntv lot iili -iiiul-l'tit; . mm . rd f ' ' ' Hnrjp finn-ii.i ;;ni..l Inc.T. BBrt lot H2e).. i . ' i i i n I En 'wcri i, ...i. r U E SI FOR SALE riVE-room mcntern brick: new; south ,'nf',,n bench, u- I -i . i !'. immodl K,ni:.n. Turn- Wd '. 'lose ii business 'li - K. ,n'l I ' ''". t rni ' 'ii Hv'.rooni frame; outli front - close In on -nts-thlrd St I 'i' 11 ah !'' Hlfnl , t'lins nn I n I ; i r i . fv' BBW t'ndcr Kirst National Hunk Bl TNV lv !l i -' oom frann L, I : Kjnihiv t 1 i d' ii- Bon..-j'J. ,:: &VE-n ' except 1 i: Swt fi nt ijl , .. . pt j. -n ine: in and pa'cl: Ka. i . whool 1 1 n nli- , 1 ' i t ; h a I i c a s n ',, ( 1 1 K Under First N'ntional Bank jy . R Four-room modem brick ms-!.'' n porch . fruit . m ui-i Sl Eom M7-J 17SC Vr.-n ii modi in T 7 . t i Ml ntj-r i on ecneh will sell with oi without Bplture Urn li"1. ' i',-'i' -ri Standard 1 UE-room house on bench; $200.00 down Hpr raon'l' W'odcll. 16'! Hfr oWN'F.R modem four-room br'.elt Hintow . In ice s i-'-n i.oi.li iri.lt trees mgtf n I"' 1 525 Cro Pbo.v 7S ! Bpjf"K-rooni lions'- on north Washington. HlLOO cash. J20.00 pei month. We, I, ii ftjCETFFN'- "l:I" firm; Orel ird KOO1 hllH "'' m.iin lie load to Sn't Idle: or will tr:d- nr in-town i vpertN r Hindi' I'liuH'- 11-II-1 IPC L'Y THIS FOR XMAJ5 HE-rnr.m liimciilnu ullti l.uo- .-b eplnc Wmrh kid In ii fltt-l for gas or eonl . link hostel hut wnt'T h.-nt: hard -wo. i Sfkx" l upK'to Hltroom. t :i I ! loom: nnnt w HCnsv ImiiK iJl;il- P'i-. -'niun Kins. AV C cn:e fit.indnrd I BjDDERN .' r.-'in Inn.'' J230-00 cash. , inonth. , Wedell. 167 1 IT ". 1LI, p.i "v i i" us about poo ) Kir in 'nirr i iii. noes and Ion H&one I ! I .illy HXthlnston Ave . Iw.ment. IJ.t i li JETONDHASTOVE WK tkke your old range sis iirst payment ! ini nev range, or will buy your n!H yc outi'ik'ht Home Furniture Co. 4672 XONtir to loan. Phone 215$- 135C i JT v. 'l .v '..ii t. see us about pnod ; Btm - lo .us. . ii -1 1 ii . and lo'. i Jhon. iTi Porl i Roall Co., :'.'i;i 1 JulilnR'.on Ave List with us. Ltt.s KEY advanced, to salaried peoprc wltb ogt tecurlt; t)thc-i on lumltun ird HBof. K:t:-: weekly .i inonthl; pn pitt l-nx Colonel Hudson Duli.'- B. Phoni HLriI r HUNTER, established : jortirage loans, real cstati In nco, llali, lasho lands farms and cit) p op- i B'. i 1 t.i io-." Hi to onsult nil- ;oo I .-ippln alii n . Ir' Ofdi :i L'tali . A Hjb.N'K to loan on improved real cstnt rt H.rrUk. 7"'i HBNEV I. I. ..m 1 1 . MjBnimmltt 6-21-1 I1 BOLD pin, plek nil! -.Iimv. I and prold jRet.s in pan. Famib ImuIiuiii, I;. -toStniMhii.' Reward 17C8 HtV li athei wallet eon tain lm W V M' Phon. I 17 BHTLart;i.- panel on U.i J.. rk'.T I. Fy' Under return to Standard. I - n HSf'j Lewell n setter do :,n''- v hit- spotted Flndei pless PomMji.i. i ,,ii 0y5E colored muff; red wilin lining. 91 some wh, r.j ir, I m sines d!ftr.- I trrjail ll-J-4. Reward Pi"; OWN' rolled brim hat. on Tv..-n! -s i -Wand Hudson r. 1. phone 2V19. 1232 WMJKINaW hctween Monroe and Twn ,' Fond .St, and Thirty-third nnd BtPhone 1473-W. 1234 WANTED j f' MiscellciiLeous jjKTKri ,,, , . , ,,,, Mj Shop." 40C T v.. -nith st. lV1.ii. ithiisirism Is something that ause: H to fhoui wnen lh crov.-d If -'heulliVs Hft If ho i hon - never thjlnk of looking for n.n i. She miik of human kindness. Bi said that several pounds of sau f tnay bo made- from one dog pound. IWIlty: musVfJKf.h ''"r10 anare -po"- Pov ij,4 PI " itle.no to Standard jL 1631 ccr 2602 ishlngton Ave km SPjBgg:-'1 AMay Joim jgj Ifpivo1. .hor2!!! for (-indard routes mad w e' Wi ?P nnd Canyon Standard V Clrcu,allon -onager, of the . ' j t2??EJK f."r ork for man and SSKlt Plowing e.nd leveling. Pbon , J35 1062 KmFPa TO bonds, get prices 1 irom j. A Hogle Co. 2ISI JFOR RENT 1 mgton .we. 176J 1 mV Ef',o? for ono 01 two gentle- men. H22 Washington Ave i:6i FOUR-room modern house; Twent-s.n-- Riand ..raVL 2723- between 1 "nd , o'clock today only. v QFRL who works to shre small apart ment; rent reasonable. 2563 Grant v . 160 m 8 LEE PIN Q room for gentleman. HUM and heat. 074 Twenty-fourth St 1 FOR RENT modern eight-room furnished ; home for winter to reliable part. Ad- dress box C91 TWO pleasant front Adjoining rooms for two or mora congenial gentlemen rttll lrl liege of r hor.e nn.l l ath. 5nC Twcnrv third St. Phone 197S. 1.7 ,1 SLEEPING toom for gentleman with bath. 2611 Monroe Ave. 15U . ROOM for gentleman. Phone 1751-M. MM 'NICELY furnished sleeping room 2241 Adams Ave. 15 ONE or two rooms with or without board. I Phone 2095-XJ, 1400 FURNISHED apartments 2571 Lincoln Ave 12)K ACCRUED Interest plus market price fa: liberty bond paid by J. A. Horclc & 2413 Unfurnished THREE-room modern apartment, close In Phone 1008-J. 17.73 I I'FVK room for rent- bnsement Reed Hotel: call between S-D; 12-1 6-6 o'clock. Phone 444. 16';7 A THREE-story building containing 13 rooms, store on the llrdt floor: and n largo basement on Twenty-fifth St. near the I'nton depot H. M. Conroy. 3"0 Twenty-fifth St. 1623 j WA?fTEI) I j To Rent j TWO gentlmrn wish two furnished housekeeping rooms. Cull John Curie Marlon Hotel. Room S29 1756 WANTED To rent a barn. Telephone 917 Frocrcr & Fowlcs. 1207 To Buy DIAMOND, .set or without setting BOX p, care Standard 1713 j FURS Wo pay the top prices for all . kinds and keep you posted Big money for you. Write us lor prices and 11 11 .shipping trigs Le.-tei Ink Market. t71t; Twenty-fourth St Fone 1164. N4fi HIGHEST cash market price paid for veal calf, dressed hogs, sheep and beef. We pay top prices for hides, pelts and lurs. 1 Call us up and get pi s or write Great Western Hide & Livestock Co. Phon 1164. 61C Twenty-fourth St 1311 HIGHEST prices paid for old clothes New York Clothing Store. 239 Twenty- , fifth St. 1915 HIGHEST prices paid for old 1 lothos. We do leaning, pressing and repairing at reasonable prtcca New York ClothinK Store. 259 Twenty-fifth St. 1327 FORD runabout top. Phone 2222. 1167 j yCPRT EI) interest plus market price lor libert) bonds paid by J A Hogle fr Cp. 2 1 4 S LIBERTY bonds bought J. J Brummltt 1 Phone 59. 2o3? j CLEAN rags wanted at the Standard Office ! j foiTrent j Board and Room j IN private home for 2 gentlemen. Rea ' sonable 225 Thirty-third St. 16 j Tor1al We have abut $10,000.00 of flrrt i-enl estate mortgages to trade for cltv property or ranches The Walker Co.. 623 Eccles BUI. Phone 1130. 1303 j Farm 40 acres in hay; 40 acres In apples In full bearing: on shares to an experienced per son. W R We-del) 173 ) PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES Consult County CI -rk or the Respeo t've Signers for Further Information. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of the Second Judi cial District In nnd for the County of Weber. State of Utah. In the matter of the estate of William W' insteln. deceased Creditora of the estate of William Wwinstein, deceased, will present their claims, together with vouchers, to the umlei U-ne.l .-.d'liini't r.itoi "t the law Office of Ches Sc Barker, at rooms 101-402-403-404 First National Bank Building. Ogden Utah, on. or before the 23rd Jaif , of February. 1920 ft cAMr,,:RS .'vdmlnlstrator. CHEZ & BARKER Attorneys for ndmlnlstrator. LiUtc Charles was saying his prayer-', and. having cone as far as "If I should die before I wake." he hesitated Well, thon what?" said his mother. "Why." was the unexpected replv. I "then we'd have a funeral." 1 WANTED 4 i:.PERii:x('i:n hili.ers W NTE1 ' V I. have permanent position.' open tor two experienced blllem Exper- leneod irirls who can handle a tvpe- writer billing machine expertly. Do -4 not ned 10 know slenographv ' Peo- . plo who are familiar with the Rem mgton machine p referred. Apply to Miss Reno, Main Office. Wrights" Store. 14S3 4 j EXPERIENCED stenographer: one who I J "' "frits and transcribe shorthand rap',1. . I ;. Appl at office ..f John Seowcroft ij I Sons Co.. 23rd and Wall Ave 173t RKPINKI) person for chamber maid at Ilea i j- Hotel . l75a I j . I WAXTEH girl to assist with house .work unil e,.r. of children Apph 2." ' Tv'er Ave Telephone 2376. 1726 OIRL for Kneml housework Co home nights lie w. Thirtieth St. Pticne 2iQi-yy rvj WANTED Girls all departments, steadv , work: good pay; Apply Model Laumb ' Slii 1 GIRL to assist with cooking and lliht ' house work. No laundry or ironing sma'l nunllj Z65I Washington Ave. Phone l I I 15-17 I "Ofl) girl or woman to assist In home work. Phone 2710. J7zj A HOUSEKEEPER for widower with ' three children H'S5 Twent v-second .'t. I Phone 1369-M. 170S WANTED Chambermaid. Reed Hotol. its; DRESSMAKING taught to anyone willing to apply thenpelvt 1 '-v.- Madam Capiau. ' Third floor. Wrights' Store. 9212 GIRLS wanted to sew on overalls We pay while you learn. Only those who want steady Jobs need apply. Scow croft Manufacturing Co. G'N4 j WA?rrED j Situations MARRIED colored lady wishes position as rook in prhatc home. Address M. .1 care Standard. 1735 YOUNG Japanese school boy wishes posi tion to work for board and room Inquire 259 Twenty. fourth St, 12J6 FORSALE j s Miscellaneous TWO Red Fox neek scarfs In good condi tion Phone 3148 or call 4f.O Twenty, ninth St. i754 1 NICE he.ming stove. Inquire 2665 Wnm incton Ave i7',n ; VTCTROLA, No XI. mahoganv. almost new; 52 high grade records. Phone 241 R I 1751 A FEW of those excellent Dundee tail ored smt s unci lied for, for sale Dundee W oolen Mills. 2131 Hudson Av. 172S WE haul small loads to and from Suit Lake. Phone 2164. 1733 FIRST-class Singer piano for sale $295 on Terms, will consider Edison phonoprnph as part payment G. D McLcod Phono I i7io ! TWO tables; one 12 feet, one 14 feet Ion ' portable and well built. Phone 2420. 16:.5 LIBRARY table phonograph; something new and different; also twin babi huge fine condition Call after 6 p. m 2T7 j Monroe Ave 164 HANDY oak roll top desk chair and tj 1 e vrller table cheap 242S Hudson A 1C79 j A FINE vacuum cleaner cheap. Phon 2097 for trial, or .call 1017 Twenty-first Street. 16S6 GOOD Iver Johnson Bicycle 320 Colon-d 1 Hudson Hldg. 1609 GOLDEN oak china cabinet; also small kitchen cabinet. Phone S2 1638 FOR SALE A larfr roll top office desk With chair: in good condition Inqulro Room 402 First National hank buldg 1599 FEW choice canaries: hear them at 222.1 Jefferson Ave Phone 2927. 1364 j GRAIN, hay potatoes. We can save yon money. Grout's Grain Store, 332 Twen t) -fourth St. 1473 All kinds household furniture.- stoves carpets, linoleums, etc. 160 Twenty-fifth '-'treet, 1523 O. I. C. boar for service. 3170 Jackson Avenue. 132 : SECOND hand goods bought, sold -ind ' exchanged. ISOO Washington Ave. Phr -e ' 686-J 1244 EXCELLENT bargains on fine violins, new and old Pantone. Twenty -ninth ano Hudson. J188 ALL makes of sewing machines repaired Work guaranteed Second hand machines sold cheap for cash. Singer Sewing Us Chine Co. 233S Washington Ave Phone 24. 1131 BIG snle on canaries: come hear them sing 2220 Lincoln Ave. 1113 FELL equipment of household furniture for sale 2050 Grammcrcy Ave. 1597 SECOXD-HAXD goods bought and sold Tverson. 1610 Washington Ave Phni a 49 - 9632 PIGS for sale. State Industrial School 94SO 6600 SHARES Cub OH. 4c. Must rals- i money. Box W.. Standard 8957 , New and second hand goods bought soi l and ex hanged Highest prices paid fr id hand furniture. Trunks and -.ir.t cases n specialty Slner Trunk A- Fur nlture Store. 241 Twenty-fifth Stu Phone 1321. 502 J A. HOGLE & CO. pay highest pric .3 In Ogden for Liberty bonds. 2130 UNCALLED for suits, tailor made; blg redUCtton Cordon's. 211-23 Twenty-fir.li st. Phone 419. MsJ FOR SALE ELEVATORS We fuinlsh and install high grade electric or hand elevators, any capacity. Writ Wm. Watrous. 248 Edison St.. Salt Lake City We buy second hand ones 23bo j forTent I j Miscellaneous OHIO vacuum cleaners. 50c to $1.00. Sat- 1 isfactlon guaranteed. Phone mornings. 2097. Mrs. A. C Williams 1C78 OHIO, best revolving brush vacuum J $100 da v. Dust-proof bag Phone 2643-J. , 1221 "1 wonder why grandma threw an ola slipper after Sister Hazel when she went on hr wedding trip.' queried little WUlard. "Oh. 1 know. ' replied his little 3-year old sister Dorothy. "It means that grandma ain't going to spank her any more." Nowadays when we order a suit we fee like kicking Adam for having eaten that apple. 1919 DODGE truck, panel bodv. good huv for cash. Phone 2309-J. 1 ,Z3 'IU:VROLET. S-passenger Bulcl. rod-l-r; real bargains Phone Mr Langlo s. 1 sr. i I 1919 BAST GRAND Chevrolet: excellent condition: fullv equipped Bargain fe.r cash. Box 11. care Standard. H MCCAIN Bulck Six. model D-45. Phone 27H2. ',1. : I-'IAT; Hiipmnblle; Chalmers: all In good running order Waaateh ;nrtg - Stor. age. Phone 726. Pirst class shop In con nection 9115 j DRESSMAKING 1 REAR 2330 Adams Ave Phone 1S51AV. 1390 PLEATING, Buttons, hemstitching picot at 10c per yurd; third floor W. H Wright & Sons. o-Jl DRESSMAKING Phono 1912-J. 2''7 Hl TTONS. hemstitching, piquot edginr. 4n9 Twenty-fourth St. Phone 1610. 1452 P TORSALE n I Poultry and Egfe ALL kinds of chickens, 3182 Jackson Ave. 1 1 09 LEGAL NOTICES THE DAVIS AND WEBER COUN TIES CANAL COMPANY NOTICE. There arc delinquent upon the fol lowing described stock on account of assessment levied on September 26th. 1910, the several amounts set oppo site the names of the respective stock holders, as follows: Certif. No Amount Name No. Shares Due Child. Mary E 2855 12 $ 60.00 Child, Mary E 3865 2 10.00 Creighbauui. Chas. 2714 5 25.00 Creighbaum, Chas. ..4346 5 2C.O0 John Green 4128 9 45.00 Hooper, John D 372 27.5 137.50 Kelly, Geo. J.,lrustee 3371 4 20.00 NatuVr, Albert O- . . .4189 1 20.00 Roberts, Mary E. ..1293 10 50.00 Roberts, Mary E. ...2295 6 30.00 Roberts. Mary E. ...4026 7 35.00 Roberts, Mary E. .. .4080 2 10.00 Roberts, Mary E. .4170 3 15 00 And in accordance with law and or der of the Board of Directors, made on the 26th day of September, 1919. so many shares of each parcel of such stock as may be necessary, w'll be sold at the south door of the Weber count) courthouse in Ogden, Utah, on the 31sl day ofTJecember, 1919, at 12 o'clock noon of said day to pay delin quent assessment thereon, together with the cost of advertising and ex penses of sale. ROBERT C. NYE, Secretary. 'Tis the song of the bavonels a-glitler quest and blood Victorious passion let loose like a flood ! Oh. the Practicing Pipers at Fins The music of stern consolation! The hinh strident strains of mili tant men With the crash and the cadence recurring again The Purpose the Soul of a nation In battle, the rattle of rifle fire there Is lost in the shriek of a wild Highland air. Oh. the Practicing Piper at Fins The- call of the- wounded and dying Tho song of tlse Scotchman until his last breath. Of flirtation with Life, nnd of-ban ter with Death The wail of the fatherless, crying. For biking, or striking the heart into flame, 'Tis the music to follow to Death or to Fame William V. V, Stephens. 11th Engi neers, U- S. A., in N. Y. Times. -oo Wilson will soon ask England Franco and Italy, we are told if they object to our keeping our Integrity. We'd like to see all our respected sen ators sent to the isle of YAP. If the Mexican reply to the latest Amer ican note in regard to the outrageous Jenkins affair Is clothed in SWoet !ah guage, we'll swallow It like a SUGAU coated pill. In order to maintain their dignity rni the dignity of their wearers) diamond advanced along with butter, eggs and shoes. MAriNE This l:cy creation has a brow.i velvet crown, rounding and rather high. Tho brim. upturned throughout Its existence. 13 a double rufTle of brown tulle. Gold thread makes a triangular design on 'he rulfleH, and a long pin thrust through the front appears to hold them to the crown O EJMM UltWH m II PE R I S C O P I My, THE WORLDf with Our Office Boy. V UNCLE MOE ON GAMBLING. "Gamblin'," Sez Uncle Moe. " 'Sa pleasin way T' see money go. An' y' kin bet "Til Jedgment day An' ye'll still be secln' It roll away. It s one o' th' thine " Jest calnt beat. An' there never was A hoss so fleet As f make th' coin Roll yer way T'morrer, as It did to'dny. J So if t'day. V won a bit. Call it enough An' try t' quit. An here's a little Tip fr'm me Ef y' want ter be rich LET GAMBLIN" BE!" No wrestler is too proud to stoop to j conquer. Well) Thanksgiving is always a prof jitable day for the vest button raanu- facturers. I European promoters are after Amer ican pucilists to fight abroad. We: ih.lri't know there were any women I fighters in Europe. If Emma Goldman should accom plish all her ends and overthrow all 'the stable governments of the world, what would there be left for her in, life? When a man votes dry, he votes against the most beautiful flower in! the world blue-green buttercups. We know some women who ought to wear service stripes showing they 'are veterans of the field of wedlock. Most opinions are valuable only so long as they remain opinions. Laughing is a good tonic for any thing, but especially spring and hay fevers. It has ever caused us to wonder at! the comparatively few men who are married to their wives A cook is just as good as the food she spoils. Eating too much will mnke the finest chest in the world slip down Law Is a little- word but It entails a lot of noiso. Instead of hanging the former kal ser, whj not let King George decorate him with an Iron Cross. We don't know whether Governor Coolldge's record or his backbone would take better with the voters in a presidential election, but he's got 'em both. Work or no work, senators and rep resentatives draw their ample salaries, i w hich may account for their indisposi tion to worry about the high cost of I I i ing Let it be said in favor of the T W. W that they are not connected with the R. W. W. (Reform Workers of the World ) Add easier said than done Making Peace. With Americans gassing each other dvi r the treat the Germans have a right to conclude that they won the war and are heaping unbearable erms upon the allies. General Wood would have :ou-;ht but that's a rotten piece of wood for a presidential platform, Why not make the reservations in the treaty JubI to see if England, France and Italy won't accept? Trying to find the bodies of those soldiers who were either killed or froz en to death in Siberia is like looking for anything in cold storage. But even though there is a lot of talk about quitting the league of na i lions, w e had never heard that we had I Joined. Statistics that versatile weapon of the professional "alibier", Is going to make us believe that we are responsi ble for the high cost of living, if we don't watch our step. Every state has an institution where government control should be kept. Two bandits recently held up a .ram bliny joint in Denver Let's see. what is that old saving about dog eat dog? We hope that the authorities won't get so interested in the chase of Bill Carlisle that they oerlook the cap ture of the master criminals, the profi teers. Bill can't qualify as one of them, we are told., because he left one of his victims three cents SOME DISCOVERY! "How is it that Arthur never takes vou to the theatre nowadavs?" queried Marie. "Well, you see," her friend replied, "one evening it rained and we sat in the parlor." "Yes?" "Well, ever since then we oh, I don't know; but don't you think that the&treS are an awful bore?" Tit Bits. A STAND-IN! "You seem fond of the druggists, lit tle boy." "Yes, he kin get all the pills he wants fer our air guns." Loui.-aille Courier-Journal WHICH REMINDS US THAT No school teacher should starve now they can mine coal. oo , Read the Classified Ads. I Mim i in m BPBPfJWWS ' " HI ii Js- f BILL IS BACK WITH A DARK-EYED BRIDE I B isBBgBSsSMfcBBiBB ' William E Friel. known to 90 per cent of oasoball players and Tans as "Bill," is back in the good old U. S. A. with a sorvice record of 500 ball games umpired overseas and a blushing, dark-eyed Ital ian bride. "Bill' was dean of tho famous Knights of Columbus college for umpires at Coblcnr, j SUB ROSA j How sheeplike some of ub are! If I we know anything at all about these domestic animals we know that where I one leads all others of the flock are sure to follow, stopping not to reason or decide for them:. elves One Icndr and all tho rest' trot on behind. It seems that In Paris durlnc: the early summer a comedienne Mile. Renouardt, who happened to be the! favorite of the moment, was trying on I gowns just sent homo by the modiste who served her. Being in her own bou-j dolr, she was hoseles having merely Slipped on a pair of high-heek-d pumps . Just as she was in the midst of herj pleasant task, she was interrupted by . her maid who told her that a party of friends were waiting below to ac company her to the races, according to an agreement made the day bi fore. Mile. Renouardt hurried into 3'reet costume and, being an ardent devotee of the races, entirely forgot in her hurry that, part of hor toilette was not accomplished. Sho hurriedly greet her friends nnd, springing into her car speeded to the track Just before sh re ached her destination one of her friends discovered the lack and called hor atten ion to it Taken aback just for r.n Instant the comedienne qu.ckly recovered her. elf nnd replied airily: "Oh no. I didn't foigot; it was so warm today that I thought I would Just follow the ne v Fashion Haven't vou heard of ii be fore?' That was sufficient. Without tjues tlon her admirers at once took up the innovation, which swept Paris and soon spread to this countr As to fit ness of the style, this is not a discus sion. But, why should women be so Sheeplike? Whj not cultivate a style and independence of one's own? Why look to others to phow us what to wear an-1 how to do tine's own Individu ality h nulir- sure to have a charm of its own If properly cultivated oo "LITTLE BOY BLUE" AND H IS FAITHFUL FRIENDS. The little toy dog is covered wtlh dust, But sturdy and stanch he stands; And the little toy soldier is red with rust. And his musket molds in his hands Time was when the little toy dog was new 'And tho soldier was passing fair, And that was the time when our Little Boy Blue Kissed them and put them there. "Now. don't ou go till I come," he said, "And don't you make any noise'" So toddling off to his trundle bed He dreamt of the pretty toys. And as he was dreaming, an angel song Awakened our Little Boy Blue, Oh, the years are many, the years aro Ions. But the litrlo toy friends are true. Ay, faithful to Little Boy Blue they stand. Each in the same nld place. Awaiting the touch of a little hand. The smile of a little face. And they wonder, ns waiting these long years through, In the dust of the little chair, What has become of our Little Boy Bluo Since he kissed them and put them there Eugene Field. no A CHRISTMAS GREETING. We shall rejoice if you are glad, And v.e shall weep if you are sad; No touch of pain can come to you But what our hearts must feel it too And so we ask of God tonight That Ho shall make your burdens light. And so protect you that ynu may Find happiness this Christmas day. We have but feeble gifts to give To smooth your way the while vou live. We cannot stav the bitter tears That fill your eyes when grief appe-ir- Nor change nor stop the cruel blow That steals your joy nnd hurts you so; We can but pray to God above To hlp you with His boundle?? love. Yet if our will could rule on earth, No grief should ever check your mirth; Your fondest dreams should all come true And joy and peace abide with you. And Bo this Christmas-time WS pray That God shall grant from day to day Those Joys to grace the life you live Which only He has power to glvs THE POOR OLD RICH MAN. I'm sorry for the poor old m:.n. he has a stack of yellow gold And he could buy the fil that's in the toy hop to be sold; nd he could buy a train o( cars that's almost like tho real things, ' . 1 Or fill a stocking full with stuff that Santa can't afford to bring; . -ut ho must pass by all rtcres wherfe LsLsi they are selling Christmas toys4- bHbI Although he Is a millionaire, he has nt little girls or boys. J ' sHsi Along about this time of year I'd llkp to be a millionaire irll I'd like to choose the costliest toys and . pay 'heir price and never care, I'd like, to feel for Just a month that i could wander fancy-free And never have to count my puree, but buy w hat'er 1 chanced to see But still, with all the I 'Id he has, he is a poorer mun .ban I IbBI Because he has no littie child to want the things that he can buy. 1 " It murt be t ard at Christmas time to Lht wlndqwci ulied wub , , I And hae to pass them by because you h ive no little girls or boys; Of all the window-wishers here, think the saddest must be he ; Who haa no little one at home to dance around a Christmas Uee The lonely rich ni. n w ho cwbld buy the jos with which the shelves are piled And yet must miss this Christmas fun because he has nry little child. oo fttH I ain't afraid of mother, coz she's al ways mighty nice; , Instead "f giia' sp?.nklngs all she, . H gr ea us is advice. JM H An' l ain't airald ol fister when I'm teasin' her, coz sho Has been tuld whatever happens she; must keep her hands off me. An' 1 ain't airald of grandpa when I'm d;)ln" something bad jW H But you bet 1 s op my nonsenso when my pa gits mad jjjj, H 1 My mother jus' looks solemn an' gits awful long of face When I'm kickin' up a rumps an' up- settin' all the place. An' Sis Bays, "Ma, I tell you if that child belonged to me H I'd have' him right this minute lyln' flat across my knee!" I H An' grandpa sits an' chuckles, but there's nobody that's glad Or thinks it very funny when my Pa gits mad. Taint often that he scolds me, but when he does, Gee whizz! ' You Just get awful trembly with that angry look ot his. I'l An' he Btarts right in a shoutin' loud the things he's goin' to do I Iwhilt Ma shi "shushes" at him coz j 9h 'fl kinder frightened too. j I But nothln ever happens that Is nothln' very sad DBrl "Cept I know I'm awful sorry when Pa i gits mad. ii oo J Jack Warwick was so determined to . find something to be thankful for his , I week of thankfulness, that he advertised . in the Want Idl 1 We don't know whether It's because iCsl the) re wise, or because they don't i':i)- fPBI ' ise their luck that single men don't vavo sl r.botu their condition. fl The young ladv across tho way ssys the lM most thrilling thing in a football game is iLsfl to see tho iullhaek punt a perfect igoai 1B from the forty-five yard line. lasl OFFICER ON TRIAL Captain Karl W. Dctzer, for- A merly commanding otTicer of the 308th Military Police Company, In Franco, k on trial before court-mortial at Governor talani . 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