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i THE OGDEN STANDARD; OGDEN. UTAH. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920 5
i fman i s Paqct I! EWE and MAMIES) LIFE) I t the noted author jj ! b i Idah MCxlone Gibson 1 2 ; WHITE VIOLETS. ' ' 'What's the matter. Kathennp?' i ' tin Helen. "You look as ihougt A I 'Sr letter fussed you." Then I real I 1 r, hat the blood was flushing im A : ,lC,i Was it possible that Alice. 01 J ' faVnno. could think that Karl Sbeparc. J , in love with me? A " White violets and the word 'For- ivr'"' All those little notes and flow- 1 - ii the hospital! His interference! J John's flirtation with Bess More- 1 ' .nf!' Still I could not believe it might j Ian'1 f j I : uposl as if in answer to my silent, I ; hPirl questioning Helen said: S : -sii-anse. isn't it. that that hand- I ;i 'e ir. shepard has been a bachelor I v !n Ion?0 Propinquity can noi have I v :ucn force in his case, or no would j I ,i aV0 long ago fallen in love with omy fir) cf your set.", i "propinquity has two distinct re- I : juIIb A I,erson c'ther grows very 1 ") fond of another or mutual dlBlike cn- i ,' Dut while I was saying thi the i J nbrasc "white violcls and the; word j ; 'Forgive!'" was floating through my I" I mind ti Not a Wicked Woman. IJ r AnT't think 1 was a wicked woman tf1 because the thought gave nie a Utile It I joy. a httle pleasure, a little warming ' ' about my heart. My bruised spirit j had been so hurt and torn that the i) ftct that someone in this wide world J tit ready to pour the balm of adula- k ) lion upon it was consoling. ' u However. I still had sense enough h to Know that in that direction danger J U3", and I rose quickly from the table, ) . saying. i" ,v "Come on, Helen; I'm going lor a lone hike. Let's walk up to the inlet i I and back." , 1 j 'Splendid." said Helen, as she ad- I ' i juited her step to mine, and in a mo- .3 ment we were on the board walk. i !f Helen and I had no need of asking ' each oUier if wo wore real friends. Wo proved it daily by the long, mean-' i Jngful silence that fell between us. ! : This morning we covered the distance I ; from the hotel to the inlet without a i word. The sun came out gloriously, A ani long before we reached our ob- I Jeclivo I had to removo my lieavy I jweater Much to my surprise, how- j ever, 1 found that my breafliing was ' ,1 little labored, and the first words that ; 1 said to Helen were: "I've got to j set hack into athletic trim. You ace i'. 1 haS been months since I have done any ; '. of my old stunts. 1 hope 1 look as! ) well now as you do," 1 commented as 3 J 1 turned to her. Her glowing ohoeks ' I and brilliant eyps made her .ippear ! ,m mm Baying lhl Federal Bread ' made bv the Federal ! System of Bakeries. Krystal Krust bread made by the N'orda Bakory; Per-, i ffctlon and Purity bread made by the, .' Wheeler bakerv. Union Uibel on every i loaf, Advertisement j Slade has moved to 432 Twenty-fifth rfl tihe the Airl I had known and loved to many years. Good to Be Allvcc. "9h. it's good to be alive, isn't it, Catherine?" nhe said, as her nands warn out as if in invitation to th sun .ind sea. Ms it?" I asked, and then 1 added: 'Yum, of course it is. It must be! It shnll be!" Hglen silently put her hand on my arm bui with rare tact she did not! look into my face. "I'll race you back the first half) I mile," she said, as she looked quickly down the walk to see if there were many proscut to be interested ,Ip. out' mad prank. i 1 "All right! Horc goes!" I answered O'f we started, but before we had gone half the way I felt my heart pounding and my breath coming in short gasps. I stopped abruptly and seated myself on a bench beside thei walls. I Il-len looked around in surprise, and ' then came back in great contrition. I ""Mi, my dear, my dear, I forgot that' you had not fully recovered from your' illness! After your bath this morning' you looked the picture of health. For-1 give me, won't you?" "White violets and the word 'For givo. Again the words -seemed o', jstae up at me from the white sheet of Alu.e's letter. , j Utterly Vain and Conceited. ' How foolish! How utterly vain and I conceited I am! Certainly if Alice had i :dre.med of the importance I should! attnch to her words, she never would have written thein! She could never think anything of , this kind or she would not have been so ouick to have helped Karl Shepard ! to make his flower-laden devoirs easy, i 1 My heart would not stop pound'ng. 1' grew a little frightened, and I ihin I-Iol :n did also, for the seated herself quiekly beside rae and threw her arm. aboi.i me. For a few moments I rest ed quite relaxed with my hoad on her I j shoulder and then my breath began' ;to come less gaspingly. But I still i felt a weakness in my knees. "Helen 1 am afraid I won't bo able tr walk 'back to the hotel. Hail that roiler chair and we'll ride." I "I shall never forgive' myself, Kath-! criu if anything happens to delay' your recovery while you are with me." "Nonsense. I'm only weak because; of m long illness. No one could help geiim? well in U: s great atmosphere.' Tomorrow An Invitation to Dance, j NOTICE ; Notice is hereby given that the an- nual meeting of the stockholders of( tl;eBig Pine Mining company, will be' held at S o'clock p. m., Tuesday, March 2. 1920, at the company's oftice, 24191 Washington avenue, for the purpose of j electing board of directors and the transaction of such other buBlncss as i may come before the meeting. i Fit ED J. VICKS, I Secretarv. , '20U oo J buy Liberty bonds ai highest prices. If you have 1 boncJs for sale see me. J. J. Brummitt, 2417 Hudson ave nue. Phone 59. Ignorance is nothing moie nor less than refusing to profit by your mis takes. Call a spade apade and you may get it in the neck. ' I orjtwr Boy . 1 wants big helpings and wants a I 'era often and doesn't care I And mother is glad, not ordy be- S 1 cause they are so easy to serve, but also because they are so j I thoroughly wholesome arid mi- I tritious that she knows he's well taken care of when he has eaten 1 1 Your Grocer Has Them j I f?Wffffiri fanalorihzPacfcod EVcrJasHncIy Badccd n I IHia utah cknnms cummm 1 GIRLS! WOMEN! GIRLS! k Come and learn a trade in our Overall factory. Not only will you have a steady position, but it is a lasting experience. A tf H-hour week and good pay to the capable. Are you one? Ap. Pty John Scowcroft & Cons Company, Department "M." FLU AND COLDS DOW TDEY CAN I' BE PREVENTED I Sleep Well Eat Wisely Exer 1 cise Regularly Avoid Persons . Having Colds Don't Worry. ( 1 tS.r.iJgJr A1JK, JfA&&HUJliO UJUEjAXfc Inflamed Air Passages Make Ideal Breeding Grounds for Flu Germs. j Flu This Year is Milder While we know very Hitle more , about the flu than we did last year -.the germ Itself has never been posi tively identified still most authorities agree that the flu germs are breathed I in. If the system is in good shape and the nicmbrHne or lining of the air pas-1 sages is in healthy condition these germs are thrown off A good plan is to melt a little Vick's VnpoRub in a spoon night and morn ing, and inhale the vapors, also apply a litile up the nostrils several times a day. especially just before being ex posed to crowds. Treat All Colds Promptly Above all, keep free from colds, as colds irritate the lining of the air pas sages and make them real breeding grounds for germs. Prompt use of Vick's Yapoliub aids in preventing colds. Tor head cdUIf, sore throat or hoarseness, rub Vicks well over the throat and chest and cover with a warm flannel cloth. For deep chest j colds, severe sore throat or bronchitis, lint u ol tnwolo clmiilil fircl ho r nnl lofl to the throat, chest and back between the shoulder blades to open the pores. Then Vicks should be rubbed in over the parts until ae skin is red spread on thickly and covered with two thick nesses of hot flannel cloths. Leave the clothing loose around the neck, so the vapors, released by the body heat, may be freely inhaled. These vapors, inhaled with each breath, carry the medication directly to the lungs and air passages. At the same time Vicks is absorbed through and stimulates the Jcin, thus aiding to relieve the congestion within. Ucc of External Treatment for Colds Increasing Vick's VapoRub in the discovery of a North Carolina druggist who found how to combine in Salve form, the standard time tested remedies, Cam phor ?.ienthol Eucalyptus Thyme, etc. so thai, when the salve is applied to the body heat, these in gredients are liberated in the form of vapors. Vicks is particularly recommended for children's croup or colds, since it is extornally applied and therefore can be used ireely and often without the slightest harmful effects. The best evidence of the value of Vicks is the steadily increasing num ber of people who have been convert ed to the use of this "outside" treat ment. Beginning with the customers of a small retail drug store,- 'the use of Vicks has grown year by year state until now more than 17 million jars are used annually. And this in spite of the fact that Vicks is a new form of treatment to many folks in the north and west. Vickts can be had at all druggists in throe sizes 30c, GOc or ?1 20. Advertisement. HOUSEWIVES TAKING TO THEIR OWN WORK No phase of the changing era has so affected the intimate lire of people even where as the disappearance or evaluation of the domestic servant. A decade ago a very modest house hold kept its maid and every country recognized a definite "class" which supplied those unenviable posts. Thc dui les of the domestic were varied and arduous. Housemaids' Knee is mere ly d synonym for floor scrubbing and other tasks which, however near to , godliness, are depressing enougn on the Individual concerned. ' Then the factories and shops took the uomestics; they became, like eggs. 1 rave and costly; and today it Is qultt jas much an international problem how I to revive the supply of domestic serv jants as it is how properly to make j the Italians and the Jugoslavs love one I another. The American people may do well., however, to note that it is not at all necessary to the national progress that the supply of domestics ever again should exceed the demand The1'; was a good contributory reason to the van ishing of the domestic, in that the por I rentage of men and women who by ac tual choice prefer menial duties Is re ally small. What had happened was this: every household, able to afford to do ao. tranoferred the most unpleasant part of Jts duties to some other porson who waj not so well off. What has hap pened Is this: every household unabl. to obtain "help" has discovered chat It is not Impossible to do things for Itself, and the mombers of the house hold are themselves performing va rious duties formorly relegated to tho housemaid. But more than anything else, what is bringing a reasonable solution to tho whole problem is modern invention which is taking tho sting out of al household work by efficient, time and energy saving devices. These increase in number and effec tiveness yearly, and It does not necm too much to say that a household with .modern devices will find domestic help willing to share the actual burden of housekeeping which remains nocfissarj to human hands, with the unpleasant back-breaking, humiliating drudgery practically removed. Tho housewife has been obliged to recognize that complete escapement from the more unpleasant duties Is 1m poasiblc, and society generally has per ceived at last that the idea of a "serv ant class" always was unfair. Inven tion has stepped between the two, so ciety and the "help," and made recon ciliation possible. HOW TRUE IS LIFEl First Neighbor "Well, the newly- weiTs' honeymoon Is about over. Second Neighbor How do you know? First Neighbor I saw him kiss her thi3 morning with his hat on his head, his hand on the door knob and his eye on the clock. Pitt Panther, "TROT ALONG" BASKET AIDS SHOPPERS LONDON A quaint and unusual shopping basket on wlioels fk has made its appearance in London. It is called the "Trot Along" Hy nd (b pushed or pulled with the aid of a walking cane for a handle. fc L child can easily trundle It evon with a heavy parcel in it. Kpi Dorothy Dix Talks ji ! HOW TO BREAK OFF A MATCH 1 1 MJyJJOROTllY DIX, the World's Highest Paid Woman Writer U I j A woman writes me thr.t her daugh- j ter is in love with a man of whom she highly disapproves, and she wants to know how she can break off the 'match, for the-girl is determined to i marry her unsuitable suitor, t Of course the only reliable method of preventing an undesirable marriage lis to forestall cupid, and prevent young i people from falling in love with the j wrong parties It's a case where an i ounce of prevention is worth a pound jof cure, and if parents' foresight was lonly as good as their hindsight in sentimental matters, they could save themselves and their children many heartaches. , Quarantine Your Home Quarantine your house as rigidly against beautiful girls, and fascinating ; young men that you do not. wish yourj sons ond daughters, to marry as you', would against small pox. Keep your young people as far. as possible from! associating with those whom you -U3m;p put! suos su juuooioav iou pino.-A' lers-in-law. Follow these rules, and) you are reasonably safe from having' to interfere inyouiu.childrfln's love af-j fair's. But there are times when all rules I tail, and all precautios are in vain, and j when faters and mothers are forced to nip some youthful fancy in the bud to save their children from the folly of wrecking ihulr lives by making dis astrous marriages. The great difficulty about doing tlsis is that when boys and girls are in love, or think they are in love, , lliey arc temporarily insane and beyond the reach ol reason. They cannot bo ar gued with because they have lost all judgment, and all perspective on life. They may admit that the argument you advance against their marrying' the in dividuals they want to marry would be cogent in other cases, but they are convinced that their own cases are ex ceptions. John will agree that for an educat ed, cultivated gentleman to marry a frowsy, illiterate 'woman is to court misfortune, but he is sure that in his case marriage will immediately turn a coarsclv nrettv servant cirl into an accomplished woman of the world Mary may agree that for any other girl to marry a drunkard and a roue with hectic past is sure to end in dis aster, but she is certain her marriage to such a one will bring her nothing but domestic bliss. Love Thrives on Difficulties A still further difficulty is that love thrives on difficulties, and there Is no surer way to make a match than to oppose it, and in their anxiety, and their panic at the danger that threat ens their beloved chtld. parents are nearly always betrayed Into the fatal step of asserting their authority, and forbidden the bans which precipitates the calamity they dread. if, therefore, you wish to break off a match never openly oppose it, for that puts the youngsters backs up and makes them determined to assert their Independence, and show that they are not children to be dictated to. Neither be guilty of the folly of continually harping upon .the unaeIred sweet heart's shortcomings. This makes the lover rush to the defense of the girl of whom he is enamoured, and not only marshall her every charm and good quality, but manufactures addi- tional ones to justify his choice ffi! Many Ways to Choke Love w There are, however, many ways of J$j choking a cat except upon butter. You jft will recall that the wily old Major Eft Pendennis, when called upon to break ?r off the match between his nephew and j a fascinating but blowsy actress, mur- ja mured as lie read over her letters ft ' Ah, yes, lovely creature, lovely crea- rj. lure. Adores you. I see she spells j 'affection' with one 'f, lovely creature, levely creature." y But that one "f" did for Aruthur jwhat all his mother's tears and en- a treaties and prayers had not been able K I to do. ' cf Mother Outwits Son W A certain mother, whose young son imagined himself in love with a ei; & 'common girl, wa3 agha&ted when the Ki boy announced lib choice of a wifi ' She did not bat an eye, hwever. when 1 pg he delivered the blow. that dashed all r I of her hopes for him to the ground. I "Whatever is for your happiness, is jj I for mine," she said. Bring Willabellt g ' tt stay with us at once." Joyously the V jboy .brought -Wllbbella, but prudent & mother had filled the house witfh the' B most beautiful and charming young M girls of her acquaintance, and when b the boy saw Willabelhi against this K background instead of hei: own, the' scales fell from his eyes and he was( D disenchanted. i r He perceived whaL no argument could have conviced himn of. that he would be eternally ashamed of her, j g that they had nothing In common, that E !he did not belong to his world She did not i von know how to hold her, fork, or eat soup. Still less how to Li dress, or talk like a gentlewoman. And jv 'Willabella was as bored as the boy, and glad enough to return to her own I kind. j I Overdose For Young Girls t Another mother, who has saved sev ' R eral of her children from making fool- g ish marriages, claims that there is no K other such euro for love sickness as giving the couple an overdose of each Jf other's society. Especially in hot wca- g ther. She avers that three. days of tin- . interrupted talking will break up an n match. i ( Still another mother, whose daugh-' h ter was fascinated by an undesirable! 'i suitor, brought her batteries to bear upon the man instead of the girl. ; Mother Disillusions Suitor '. "It is such a comfort to me to think' j of Maud marrying a man who will g cherish her as I'm sure you will," rao' j ther confided to him "for Maud isn't at all strong, and couldn't possibly attend, much to the housekeeping, or worry over the prices of things as so many 1 . men expect their wives to do, and it would be quite out of the question for' her to do such a thing as cook. "In fact she doesn't know the first J I thing about any housework, or sew- A ing, or anj thing of that sort. I am afraid I have rathor spoiled her by ,il- fl ways letting her have her breakfast In P bed. And the dear child is so extra-. 1 vacant. Really her bills are something p awful, but I know you will want to 1 Indulge her in everything. And you are g so patient, and Maud has such a quick, I temper, though sho lias the best heart , I in the world and never means the I dreadful things she says when sho is J angry." But somehow, after this little con- H A's mm SHOE POLISH Is Wax and Oils protects andpreserves all leathers. AlwaysJQ BLACK-TAN-WHSTE-OXBLOOD -BROWN 1 Sensational 1 I I Ever Made I I li Put a piano in your home at once at nomi- P If lS na cost- N need to wait till you've saved 1 0 three or four hundred dollars. g We will rent you one from our line of the 9 Ipijf kGSt pianos m lle State. You can get either a new or a usec P0 a n perfect con- dition. I H . Six Months' I Rent Applies I l Purchase Price 1 I if ill This is your one chance! Enjoy the pleas- j MfSy ures of music in your home. And here is m the ASTOUNDING part of our offer: g H 111 S1X M0NTHS' RENT APPLIES 0N 1 I pp PURCHASE PRICE if you decide to buy. Come in today and let us tell you about our M ll complete rental plan. fidence. mother says the man seemed reconciled not to be her son-in-law. These few suggestions are offered for what they are worth. Perhaps they may throw some light on how to break off a match. Dorothy Dbc's articles appear rcgu- i larly in ihlsTpaper every Monday, Wed nesday and Friday. IH oo- Even worthless man is -worth moro to himself than to an undertaker IH If a cirl refuses to wear a short ?klrt it'a a sTgu that she hasn't small feet.