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w 1 THlI OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920 5
! Woman's Page! . I - J : . (JOVE and MARRIED LIFEl ; ' J Jjtj, the noted author j i IdaK MCclone Gibson j ' ; hf afraid I would not have made Arptic I am extremely suscopli- T 1 ? nhvlcal contentment and after ' b eian had gone I spent at least a half- I of Pe delight in swimming iVw kI the great salt water pool, which I :- j S hfcatcd 1 Just enough to make it the Ii ,!mnerature of the ocean in July. : lt?hen after a cold shower which Jde ay body tingle 1 enmo upstairs ' "f weSwB found that when I nm I ill rroomcd and have put myself into 7- IJ prettiest frock and donned a t" arming hnt, tho battle against dis- f, i I Jntentment and unhappiness is more K ' i than half tfon. ' t s0 I hurried Into my smartest sport I m's nd' taking a warm sweater with L:"-; J 1 wont to the dining room for toast I'J ;' fad coffee. There I found Helen still; M ! iin-ering over her mail. Seating my-, ' i self, I 0Pencd tl,e fal misslvo u,at AIice ! 'i ' tid sent. M Beside Himself with Anger i "Well my dear, you've certainly - -lartcd something!" it began. "When ' ' ' John found that you were In earnest ,' . i '.j had taken the reins into your own ''i ; b8ndB he was nearly beside himseir ti . ffth anger. He came out of his hid ! ln place nnd did not go to New York ;, ', it all. Of course, the first thing he j i Hid was to accuse me of lending you I:': . oontv to go with. I told him that I ' ; hsd offered it to you, but you would not accopt ti loan. 'Where did she get ?- ' jt" ho afiked me. 'Katherine has a jj number ot very beautiful pieces of Jew p j fn- that you havo given her. Sho ' probably raised some money one one f h It Iheni. I know it is the thing I f' u should do under the circumstances. ', had my husband treated me agouti j oonev as you havo Katherine I should: U i )uve left "you long ago!' I told him. ? i . 'But, Alice,' John tried to be patient i t and 'explain, 'doesn't Kalhorine have M ! everything she wants?" i J '' "I told him that you did. That with j the exception of havlg no ready each) ' i any time, no voice in the matr t i trhore you should live, whom i 'ii fhould meet, what you should buy and tfhere you should buy it, how your ; .twins should be decorated, whnt '( friends you should annex, and how you j jhould spend your time, you had quite ' i BUT CAUSE OF 1 j KIDNEY TROUBLE! $ i Take Salts to Flush Kidneys if I if Back Hurts or Bladder j .', ; Bothers j i'" I j j If you must havo your meat every ' ' day, cat it, but flush your kidneys with 1 $ salts occasionally, says a noted author-1 ity who tells us that meat forms uric i , add which almost paralyzes the kid- r.cys in their efforts to expel it from Cj tbe blood. They become sluggish and S ) weaken, then you suffer with a dull ' raiser' in the kidney region, sharp I pains in the back or sick headache, ' dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue ! 1 h coated and when the w;ather is bad j J j you have rheumatic twingers. The) 4 nrlne gels cloudy, full of sediment, thej j channels often get sore and Irritated, j; -i '; obliging you to ?'?k relief two or three 1 time during the night. I To neutralize these irritating acids, j, j to cleanse the kidneys and flush off j. J 11 the body's urinous waste get four J l", ounces of Jad Salts from any phar- j 2 macy here; take a tablespoonful in a I j slass of water before brcakrast for a I :! few days and your kidneys will then ? xct (inc. This famous 6alts is madei II v. from the acid of grapes and lemon (m Juice, combined with Mthia, and has ilf bin used for generations to flush and j Jtiraulftto sluggish kidneys, also to ) ' neutralize the acids In urine, so it no 1 longer Irritates, thus ending bladder 'j weakness. ;j Jad Salts is Inexpensive; cannot in- I hire, and makes a delightful effervos- cent lithla-water drink. Advertise- I i nifnl. t j oo j (Jen. Bullard Defends. '! Army Against Charges ,( j NTEW YORK, Feb. 24. The Amerl I j cm army was too busy "saving itself 1 date When Boying I cpa Bread ask for ; Federal Bread 1 made, by the Federal , System of Bakeries. Krystal Krust fad made by the Norda Bakery; Per- , "clion and Purity bread mado by ihe .' Wheeler bakery, Union label on every ior Advertisement. 8lide hae moved to 432 Twenty.fifth eerythlng you wanted. Needless to say he did not like my sarcasm. Woman Can't Spend Money " 'No woman knows how to spend money, if that la what you are getting at,' he answered. 'Look what your mother and you have done to me all your lives!' " 'Simply because you treated us. as you are now treating Katherine," 1 -answered. " 'Tom seems to huvo no trouble with me now that I am married toi him," I added triumphantly. 'Very fowj women -would have any trouble on an; income of $250,000. Of course .you know I can not give her that,' John snapped. 'Katherine seemed to get along all right on a very small in come before she married me,' said he. "I answered: 'Well, a small income meant something, but now she has nothing.' " 'Well wo won't worry about that. I have something of greater import- lance to thing about. 1 told Katherine jthat ir 9ho went away with Helen Van iNosg Oaylord, we would call It all off.' " 'Why don't you?' I asked, i " 'I don't want to lose Katherine. I didn't think she woul defy me in this way. I thought she loved mo!' "Katherine. I really felt sorry for him. His voice trembled and he look , ed so unhappy! Of course 1 know he lis entirely in the wrong, my dear, but J his definition of love is possession on !' his side and Utter submission on yours. " I don't understand where John got this idea, unless it was because mother has always been so nnggingly and stub bornly aggressip. When 1 was a little I girl 1 remember that If my rather voic led an opinion ii unerringly meant that j sho would contradict him. i "But my dear, It's up to you. I am Just telling you what he spUI to me. "Karl Sheppard is nearly all right again. Tom wont to see him while J was at your house and he told Tom to send some flowers to you with a I note. I sent them to tho train. Dial you get them in time? Tom said Karl you would think he had unuecessar rily dragged you into all this notoriety ' "White iolets and the word Tor give!' Uh, my dear, my dear " Tomorrow While Violets ' tu oe iKi.her"d by anything else. I Lieutenant General JioLeit Lee J3u-' liirtl commander ol lite di partment olj (tie cast, declared tonight in an ad-1 1 Jresu bet ore the Society of tho Sons of i Ucvoluiion m rt-pjy to critics who have 'charged wnstciulnc.os by the armv abroad. Rear Admiral Ralph Karle, chit- of the bureau of ordnance, de partment of the navy, also spoke. I Commenting on investigation as Id why American forces had not ceased figMing on the armistice hour, Gen ! ernl bullard declared he had been giv jen "hail Columbia" by the congres isionai commiiti-e in Washington and thai he was at the tront at the tinu and did not observe ?ny Germans .stop 'ping. he paid a tri')ufe to the Amen jean LofiJon. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY. DON'T .MISS THIS. Cut out 'th! fclip, cncloHe with 5c and mail it to Foley ;c Co., 2835 Sheffield Ave.. Clu jcago. III., writing your name and ad dress clearly. You will receive iu re jturn a trial package containing Foley'" 'Honey and Tar Compound, for cough?. Colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pilla for pain in sides and back: rheuma t tif ni, backache, kidney and bladder ail ments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly ileansing cathartic, for constipation, biliousness, headache, and sluggish bowels. A. R iMcIntyre Drug Co Advertisement. Burglars M Famous Mausoleum in Germany BERLIN. Feb. 2-1. Burglars rifled the mausoleum of Chnrlottenbnrgoi castle Sunday. They removed jewel from Queen Louisa's cofi'Jn, but failed to c-pen tho other coffins. They re movMrt the gold and silver and ftilded crowns lying on the coffins of Em poroi William I and Empress Augusta, Prince Albrecht and others. The raasoleum was erected bj Gentz. in this place ronoso the bod ies of Queen Louisa (died 1S10) and I her husband. Frederick William in (died 1840) together with their sec tond son, EmperOr William I Cdiod 1SSS) and' the Empress Augusta .(died 18D0J. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the-annual meeting of the stockholders of tho Big Pine Mining company will be held at 8 o'clock p. m., Tuesday. March 2. 3920, at the company's office, 3-1-10 Washington avenue, for the purpoac of electing board of directors and the transaction of, such other business as may come before tho meeting. FRED J. VICKS, Secretary. 2013 oo I buy Liberty bonds al highest prices. If you have bonds for sale see me. J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hudson sve nue. Phone 59. I GIRLS! WOMEN! GIRLS! 'j. Oome and learn a trade in otir Overall factory. Not only will 1 j J have a steady position, but it is a lasting experience. A G f M-hour week and good pay to the capable. Are you ono? Ap- Y P'y John Scowcroft & Eons Oompany, Department "M." i IllTON TOASTED ; AT tONDON BANQUET Guests of Lord Mayor Ac-! claim First U. S. President as Hero of British Race LONDON, Feb. 24. Three hundred prominent Britons and Americans an puests ofi tho lord mayor of London,; yesterday! toasted Washington as "one of the heijocs of the British race." and I acclaimed; love of justice, freedom of humanity, and peace as common bonds uniting tine two peoples. The occasion was a luncheon com memorating Washington's birthday an niversary and marking the first of a series of functions In connection with tho terccmtonnial of the Mayflower's sailing. Visconnt Ilryce, former British am bapnadorrto the United Statos, propos ing the tfoasl "success to the tercen- tennary celebrations," said the occa-t sion'wotfld be celebrated in America and Holfcnd and ho hoped it would be j celobiatcil "no less heartily' in Eng i land.' (le declared that the two na tlons m list stand for their common Ideals iri peace as they have in war and declared that "the problems of peace aij harder than those of war j times " j Lord TJurnham. in seconding this toast, alj'irmed: "What.! wo need is understandinc, Iiiul mi it ui ine i'j p arm mum, uui above nl, of the soul." ; I Evlayflower'3 Manifesto. ! Tho iCnyflower manifesto, he added,' represented the greatest cargo of "con Ccnlrat3 essence of world power in i tho world's history." He declared re establishment of the old Washington1 hoim- Sulgrave Manor would be. erection of "a temple to the future of; j mankind." I American Ambassador John W. Da ! vis, in '. response, said there was no; reason why Britons and Americans' nny nort "again re-dedicate themselves j to the perpetuation Of the ideals for! which Washington stood." Of all the I jniad, misguided men in tho world to Iday. declared the ambassador, he is' (most jnad and misguided who would! cay.t I Tie apple of discord between the two English-speaking nations. Lord Reading's Toast. Lord, Heading proposed "the mem-1 ory of "Washington and the friendship of the. British and American peoples." He cfoaractprlzed Washington as "the man who defeated us and one of the be?: -men we over produced." oo T ? .A Stubborn Cough j Loosens Right Up ,;. 3h! Iiomr-mnHr rpnirtty la n won- V I dpr lor nuli-U rrull. Kr.glljr V j fcJiil lirnjil' made. j K-':":H:''W':"":4 Uiis-n is a home-made syrup whirh md- j lions of people have found to be tho mcwV dependAble inean of breaking up flitrVYnnrii coiigho. Jt is clienp and simple,' but very prompt in notion. Under itn hen.l5ng. sootliin inlluence. clieit sore ness goes, phlegm looscnf. breatliin? be coraps ca?icr. ticklmc in throit top ano youet a good night's restful sleep. Tlic usunl throat and chefit coith arc con que rod by it in 24 hours or les. Noth'ne bet'icr or bronchitis, hoarsene?, cvoii'i thrtxit tickle, bronchial asthiiia or win ter :Oiihs. To make this splendid enuj;h syrup Eoicr 2': ounces of Pine.- into a pin; o'.tle nnd fill the bottle with pl,:i cmmilatc'I su'ar syrup and shake thor ouiiiy. , If you prefer, use clarifici moiisses. honey, or coin syrup, instead of linear fyrup. Uitlicr way, you ae' a fjtll pint a family supply of mur' 1 beCer eoujjh synip than vnn eoull "nw roiy-mnde ror three timed the monev KP8 perfectly and children love phjsant tnsle. Iinex is a special and hi;hlv concei; traced compound of genuine Norway piiu: extract, known the world over for , its -prompt healing efTect upon the mem ! brrmee. I rio avoid disappointment ask your dnieeist for "2'2 ounces of Pinex" with fu;E directions, and don't accept any- , thiVig else. Guarcnlced to pve absolute eauisfaction or money promptlv rc fuoacd. The Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne, ln'2, J fdverliscmenl. oo CLEANING HOUSE Jstraw matting may be dunned with a 'fcirge, coarse cloth dipped in salt and wter and then wiped dry. The salt ktipps the matting troin turning yellow. X piece of zinc plnoed on glowing ccds will clean the chimney of Hoot. 7fable stains causol by hot dishes wifll disappear by using either coal on wood ashes sifted through muslin and mcdsteed with swenet oil. Apply withi vigorous rubbing and the table will ' look like new. oo SANITARY SINK ; Have sink very dry. Rub with scour-j irtjx powder and lye. Rinse with plen- t' of hot water. Wipe all woodwork wGth a clean, damp cloth. For a black sfrik, instead of rubbing with cloth, use a .scrubbing brush. oo POLISHING FAUCETS For cleaning brass faucets, leman and ffilt have been widely recommended, t bright polish does result. But un 1fls the acid is followed by a rub with .'rwfiet oil, verdigris forms in all the moldings. Better than acclds is rotten, lono nnd oil if the brass is very, dark, (tv any one of several brass polishes, or. a. chemically treated brass polishing, rjloth. Brass cleaned with ammonia tarnishes again much more quickly limn if polished by friction. oo HELPFUL HINTS Doliclous and nourishing cakes may be made with chopped dales. A cloth wet with camphor will rc taovo white spots from furniture. Wash black stockings in fresh suds and rinse in very blue wator. ' Use brown sugar to sweotcn cereals, fx makes them taslo richer. IN THE INK POT An old steel pen, if kopt in your Ink pot ip absorb the acid, vrill make the ons In daily use wear better. oo ; In America red stands for valor In lJtussia for squalor. 1 1 r '"'?fi 1 Every man is a fighter, though he may lowering the general stamina makes'the? ''! . 1 not be a pugilist. His daily task is weakened system an easier prey to1' )j ; t ' ' j1' . his fight and he needs to be fit and harmful" germs from without, ' ' I ready for it. f, I ' ' f ' an entirely new principle Nujol . Constipation to the business fighter is kccps thc poisonous food waste moving , . i p V' the "out-of-condition" of the pugilist. out of the body. Every other form of ; ;.. I . . ,. . rifc: Constipation not only makes thc busi- treatment either irritates or forces the f . 1 ness fighter dull and slow, and unfit for systcm, Nujol works on the waste ; I ' ' ". effort, but it is the "lowered guard" matter instead of on the-system. -H, 1 H S that leaves the opening for the jarring ' ' 1 iA blows of serious diseases. Nujol prevents constipation by keep- "t. in ing the food waste soft, thus helping ' " i1' 1 j. 90 of all diseases have their origin in Naturc cstablish easy, thorough bowel I I the mtcstlnal canal-in constipation. cvatuation at regular intervals - the .',4. I I -r Const.pat.on not only causes the gen- healthiest habit in the world. i;'. B g " cration of poisons, which are carried 1 . through thc system by thc blood and It is absolutely harmless and pleasantj - 1 I "1 attack it from within, but also by thus to take try it. S . ! I . Nujol is sold by all druggists in sealed bottles only, bearing Nujol J't 1 t, trade-mark. Write Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Co. (New! .' i I ' , ..- Jersey), 50 Broadway, New York, for booklet "Thirty Feet of Danger. 1. . j A New Method of Treating an Old Complaint I m mmMmmmmmmmmmmM D GEO. E. KING, Assistant Entomologist, Experiment Station, U. A. C. Tho San Jose or pernicious scale was unintentionally introduced from China Into California about 1870. With in about thirty years it was scattered generally over most of tho United States and several other coun'ries. However, Europe has up to the pres ont time excluded It It is considered one of the most destructive of insect pe3's because of Its rapid multiplica tion, great capacity for harm, and dif ficulty of control. It injures its food plants by sucking CBLStMJT m ! J l 1 1 1 1 II I II rn 1 LycUa E. Pinkham'a Vege table Compound Surely Re moves Suffering and Pain. Here ie Proof. St. Paul, Neb.-"I suffered with periodical pain for about four years so I IfllllllllllHlHJflliinillll tnat was tlnaDe IlllllliyifJlJJIII my wor at lllfflyTTil mes- A friend told ImSPmSm me about Lydia E, iBrv. . P'nbam's Vee;e- " MnSvIV table Compound and 1 fSEsMS I took i1- son Wf'--&M) stopped all my suf- Mf tfMwM Iorm s 1 0111 now teelm fine in Lly jnll every vay. I rec LUk iiVJJ ommend your medi- J&vto. hj,vc Siraiiar troubles. You may publish this letter for the benefit of other women." Mrs. Will Thomas, St. Paul, Neb. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Eound, made from native roots and crbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, and today holds the record of j being the most successful remedy for female ills we know of. and thoujjands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact. For forty years it has been thc stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored thc health of thousands of woman who now axe free from suffering by its use. out the sap from the inner plant lis sues causing a reddish or purple (lis coloration of the inner bark and sap wood, producing a poisoned or dhenn ed and pitted condition of the barl and wood. If very few scales are pres ent they are orten difficult to detect hovtovoi a colored patch soon sur rounds the scale and when they an abundant t he bark may appear reddish or purplish, the twigs and infested fruit showing most discoloration Though the leaves are attacked and produce summer broods of the seal thoei insects on leaves shod in the fall Invariably perish without rt-pro (hieing Infested fruit shipped to un infested places Is hardly likely to pro (luce new infestations nnd in infysteJ orchards is not a source of danger. The female insect lives beneath a nearby, circular, flat, brownish yellow scah- about .0-t to .OS inch acrosa heal ing near tho center a tiny blackish pimple surrounded by a yellowish ring. When smaller the scales are nearlj black with a central gray dot surrounded by a black depressed rina bordered by grayish. Newly born indi viduals are yellow and naked, but soon acquire a blackish cover giving infest ed twigs the appearance of having beon sprinkled with ashes. These scales when horn are minute o ni .1,. lnnA,l - ...V, :1, 11.1,11 u oi..-icbbu liiuuiuiua n uiun crawl about for about a day, finally inserting their long beaks into the plant tissues and the females remain ing fixed the rest of their lives. The males form elongate oval scales about hall as long as the diameter of the fulh developed fenialr, of a dark gray or black color, bearing a circular rais ed usually darker or sometimes yel lowish exuvial portion near one end, jand later (about 21 to 2G days after birlh) emerge aa active frail wingod orange colored creatures, whose only mission is to fertilize tho females. Each female begins producing living young when about 33 to 40 days of age and 13 capable during the six weeks of her reproductive life of giving birth to nearly COO young, although thr av enge number may he only 100 to -100. Sine? reproduction begins in May and thee may ho four generations a year tho increase is extremely rapid. Scales of nil ages may be found during tho summer, but only partially grown Indi viduals pass the winter successfully, tho survivors resuming growth in ear'y spring. Tho food plants of the scale consist of most ot" the commoner fruit and or namental trees, shrubs, and strawber ry plants. Tho distribution of the pest has been on nursery stock but spread from infested to uninfestec' tree can occur only before the insect becomes fixed to the bark and by such agents as winds, Insect visitors, bird?, etc. Normally a great many of the scales die through the attacks of internal parasites or are eaten by Lady Beetles, others die from fungi, inclement wcaUier, inability to obtain a foothol 1 wh?n first born, or of poisons produc ed by themselves in Use food plant. Ev'o with all of these destructive agencies, they continue in inju'lous numbers. The San Jose scale readily suc cumbs to applications either of oil I sprays or lime-sulphur. To be el fee-1 1 tive the spray should be applied 1 through a nozzle of the Bordeaux type as a solid flat driving stream at a pressure of 125 to 145 lbs. It is best 1 for the operator to siand on a raised ' platform and direct the stream onto the ends of the twigs toward the mint: of thc tree, being particular to cover, every hit of the bark thoroughly. Spraying in the fall la as offcclhe as in winter or spring, but should not be dono while the scales are frozen. Don't time the spraying too late; llme : sulphur acts slowly but continues to act a long time. If. as sometimes hap- pens, a few scales survive the lime ' sulphur it may be advisable to try oil spra.s. however, they should be un necessary; but if used certain pre- cautions must be observed as they may injure the trees. oo : Famous Tree Blown : Down in Gefkemane JERUSALEM, Feb. 21. During a ! snowstorm the famous tree. "El Bu linl," in the Garden Of Gethsemane, was blown down. According to tra ditlon. this tree would fall when the Turkish empire fell. Twice it was bound with iron braces to support it. The occurrence has impressed the pop- In the Garden of Gethsemane have stood for many years eight olive trees,- 1 tradition dating them back to tho time of Christ. Their age-split trunks for years have been bound with iron and. ;H shored up with stones. High prices have boon obtained for the oil from their olives and goodly pric.es realized from the sale of rosaries made from the stones. It is doubtless one of these1 trees to which the despatch refers. Jf ARE YOU LOSING "PEP?" Do you feel tired all the time? Does 'H your back ache? Do you feel you are H not so bpry as you used to be? Mid-' die-aged men and women often blame ' on-coming old age for loss of ambition and energy when it Is overworked or disordered kidneys that cause them to i feel old before their time. Foley Kid-r ney Pills tone up and invigorate tne ' kidneys, banish backache, rid tne r blood of poisons. Rev. W. F. Swyn dole, Macon, Ga., writes: "I am reaay any time to speak for Foley "Kidney " Pills.'' A. It. Mclntyre Drug Co. Aa-' 'H vcrtisement. oo m Health Service Buys I Arrowhead Springs I LOS ANGELES, Feb. 24. Announce- merit was made here that the United States health service has completed the purchase of the Arrowhead Springs . property near San Bernardino, and will , start work at once from plans already " jH completed, to make the property one 'M of the chief curative resorts operated " fl by the service. The price was not disclosed. A new star in the milky way hadn't ought to increase thc price of milk, a commoner complains. - fWne t ing tonic, alterative and recon- g structive properties. Useful in treatment t of debilitated conditions caused by overwork or pro-' . jF longed mental strain or nervous irritability, sleeplessness, a ' t brain fag, or general depression of thc nervous system.! a jH f, Prepared under formula filed with and approved by the! a J iH I Chief Chemist, Treasury Dept., Washington, D. C.J 3 'H E BRl-A-CEA DRUG CO., Kanz&o City, Ho., Mattufacturt J SlMDnrH-FAUSDRUG COMPANY I Sail Lake City, Utah 3 Soa Distributors For UTAH lASK YOUR DRUGGIST 1 '?