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I " THE QGpEN STANDARD; OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920 e H
?j ; Woman's Page
' if 0VE and MARRIED IIFlJ
J1 j fcij, the noted author
"Sli HEdah MGlone Gibson ' j .
Jl 1 m LETTER FROM JOHN.
I W I linstily tore open the envelope and
I 1) mv henrt grew cold as I rend the
I W- on'i'5 scrawlpd across one Side of a
I Hi u sheet The notq began .niqst for-.
I m niiv. "-Mv ear Catherine -
I mt "Althousrh your letter did not say so.
i 1 Mr r read between the lines and I know
I Ir iha the money you probably borrow-1
I F cd from Alice has given out. You j
I rv l.cni away without my .permission, and
I f Jjjjst my command. I would be stul
I M tuiS myself if 1 aske.d you to return.
1 m consequently, you will have to come
HI K Hck to me as you went, at your own'
o I ft Searui-c .. JOHN." j
I M ' Afer reading that letter, all my phil
U I I osophy dro.pped from me like t. dis-
I W ranlcd garment. I was like a woman!
C I IK Jisraught I could not reabon; I
J II? coui'l not thirfk! All 1 was conscious of
Mw mW was a Uui't In ray heart that was so
In r'e;lr that its ache was physical
mm " liw long' I sat with that lelteY in
Mm my hand, gazing sightlessly upon the
IK, oo'iau which was booming in with
mm "ftt waves that wore the precusor
IB a slprm, I do not know.
IK "fie doesn't want me! He doesn't'
mm vantmc' He is happier without me!"
MM Struck by BrutalUy.
Ik j said this over and over to myself.
1 1? ss the Brutality of his letter struck.
Wl me. with each perusal, anew.
I Pi 1 v''asn'1 aware of any sudden de-
Ip! c'sion, but it seemed to me that with
out willing it I found myself outside
IEJ hotel and on the board walk The
fl'w iicavcns had suddenly darkened. TJherc
III Fas a peculiar twilight' coloring' over
I J? everything. .The board walk was de-
I m erttd.
I l I seemed to feel that nature .was
I ;f preparing for as sreat an upheaval as,
I j.' Something about the atmosphere!
I ?i produced in me the feeling of cxulta-
I v lion. The whole world 'seemed o be.
I warring against the complacence of
1 '! evetj-day things.
PI ' The manager of the hotel was stand-.
I ing outside, gazing at the sky wMth a
I q worried look, and he courlCQusiy in-n
I. I $ formed me that I had no umbrella and
I f thai if I had to go far the storm prob-j
. I 'if ablv would be upon me beforp I reach-4
'I 1 "cl allay "
II f. "I haven't far to go.'M said, with no
I p premonition of where my black mood
I vou'd carry me.
I I T:ie wind was now blowing a gale
:l j anil the waves were coming up above
If the board walk wilh a boom lhat told
f 'S me that the ocean accepted the gauge
II ft thrown down by the wind, with defi
$ It was almost all I could do to stand
to M some way I walked the distance
between the hotel and fho steel pier,
T happy in the fact that', my physical
X ba'tic with the wind was making mo
W forcct some of my great mental dis-
l tprbance ' ,
If , Laughs at Word "Safe.''
if) 'Way out onto the steel pier I went.
fi'Sjtiug breathlessly, even after I had
been warned by the custodian that it
was not safe. In fact. I positively
laurhed at the word "safe!" Safe from!
win 1 5 The pain, heart hunger and
I Life is a burden when the body
f is racked with pain. Everything
$ worries and the victim becomes
f despondent and downhearted. To
) bring back the sunshine take
I GOLD MEDAL
The national remedy of Holland for over
p 200 years; it is an onemy of all pains re-
6ulring from kidney, livt- and uric acid I
Kt troubles. All druggists, threo sizes. i
K Look for tho name Cold Modal on ormry box j
mf tod ccopt no imitation '
sorrow that had been mine ever since
I looked at a great, green, incoming
wave lhat was rolling up, up far abow
thr? p cr, and it seemed to me that !
would only be "safe" when 1 was sink
ing out of sight beneath it!
U seemed to be calling, beckoning
to .no, and I watched it, fascinavd bv
its force and beauty. ' Then I think
I h'd a sane moment, for I resolutely
turned to retrace my steps. I did not
go iar, however, when a kjnd of onrk
ness which wits quite different' from
the twilight which- had been envelop
Inc the earth setTled down about me.
1 think it was curiosity which made
me turn I never have seen the-elonds
so low. so black. It seemed to mc that
tnc roar of the wind hadkdied nwav
i mto a long-drawn sigh f ' v
"Come! Come!" beckoned -the
pvaves, "and wc will give vbu rest!"
I Slowly i took a few s'teps ToiKvard
and then stopped. Again- came the
mournful sound of the wind, and if
seemed as though the clouds dropoed
lower, when far out J saw the whiten
ed cap of an incoming wave. Suddenly
J made up my mind that when ' thai
wave came near enough to the shore
to make it possible I should accep'
the invitation of the sea and go .'o its
Thrill of Anticipation.'
I watched its incoming wilh an awed
thrill of anticipation. Nearer and
nearei It came! Would It mean rCsf
Was it sleep eternal? In a moraenl i
should. know.- I drew nearer and near
er to the rail, a part of which ..had
been broken earlier in the dav bv'wlnd
and storm. ' ,
i. 'Cnrelulirr calculated the seconds it
would' take for my wave to reach me
Land then just as I decided lhat it was
Umi and, had placed my hands upon
I the. broken rail through which r meant
jlo lea.p to that blessed bourne, I felt a
strong grip on my shoulder and a
voice, in which wns blended pain an'd
exasperation, said stornly:
-'ICathcrino! Katherine. don't be-a
(To Be Continued Monday)
HAVE C0L0RiH GHffKS
Be Battel Loo king-Take
To havp a clear, pink' skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like childhood days, you must" keep
your body free from poisonous wastes.
Dr Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege
table compound mixed with olive oil)
act on the Uvcr and bowels like calomel
yet have no dangerous after effect,
j Take one nightly and note results.
They start the bile and 'overcome
constipation That s why millions of
boxrts arc sold annually JOc and 25c
j FASHION'S MODES -
Satin charmeuse draped with beaded
georgette is conservative but alwavs
The smartest hat of the season is the
little turned up lint of cloth, bright
ened with a bit of gold or silver era
i Jersey dresses are still worn - and
they have permanently adopted the
long siring bolt.
Self-coyered buttons have never
been more fashionable, especially for
. Novelty weaves in tricolottes are be
ing used for spring blouses.
There sare some interesting domes
tic smocks of wool jersey.
Call on J. .J. Brummitt at
'2417 Hudson ' avenue, if you
want to sell your Liberty
bonds. Phone 59.
j (The devil didn't think it could bo
'done so well).
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I ! " WHAT A CHECK TELLS - '
t A Check drawn on the Ogden State aj
!i ft s Bank tells of stability and financial integ- J
h b nty- e
'. E That is why successful men in all walks s J
i i of life invariably transact their business by 9 J .
fi Check. , I
f j You too should avail yourself of the J
B numerous benefits to be derived from a, I
: ; c Checking Account with this strong, old-
; J established institution. J
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: ' B B
i . JOgiSen State Bank j
! ; Capital and Surplus 300,000.00 a
' B vt interest'compounded jta
i Hfc'O QUARTERLY ON SAVINGS -b -II
j DESERTS THE "REDS"
''Sweet Marie" .Gatiz, -vho
threatened the life of John D.
Kockefcller, Jr., and served time
in jail for it, has renounced her
allegiance to the red flag.
f NOTES FROM PARIS
New hats appear earlier than now
spring gowns do. Pcrhapsi It would
be more correct to say that hat fash
Ions are changing all the time, since
each fortnight in Paris sees the rise
and fall of some favored model.
A good rule to followis that there
should be no hard edges. Even the
close fitting cap like toques , achieve
the desirable softness of outline by a
soft drapery a somewhat shaggy gar
land of velvet flowers or large flower
petals, or a mass of feathers. Those
tonucs are serviceable when made in
draped American elbth (the kind whicnj
ohce covered nursery table tops or
provided covers for school books),
boldly embroidered in brushed wool.
THE NEW FEATHERS.
A "new. straw is much in evidence
ind varnished straw in tube form, cut
into short lengths and stitched on to'
la foundation :of net. It looks rather'
like the beads which enterprising
youngsters used to make from macnr j
Feathers are much worn and may
either be in stiff quillp, stuck aslant,
propeller fashion, or in a straight, wav-.!
ing mass of fronds entirely covering!
. " FANCY LINGERIE.
It is the day of fancy lingerie, and I
it must ho nrlmillor) flint nnnnnli'lnllv!
I often enters the arena In this connec-l
(tion. Many areof the opinion that)
nderwear should always be pure'
bite, very fine and washable; it Is
-t enough that it should be "clean-1
ble." Hut this is rather an old fash-j
cited notion.' " t
,A FRIEND RECOMMENDED THEM.
; A person often docs more gpod than
!ho cealizes when he ''tells a suffering
; friend how to gel well. J. N. Tohill,
i clerk Lptlfe Hotel, Evansville, Int,
i w rites: "For weeks I suffered con
stantly with pains in tho muscles, of
my thigh. I was treated by the doctor
for rheumatism but found no relief
.I'pon recommendation of a friend, I
tried Foley Kidne: Pills and be ran to
j get relief almost immediately." Good
I for backache, rheumatic pains, stiff
rjoints. A- R. Mclntyre Drug Co. Ad
j Garland Society
(Special to The Standard) ..
Mrs. J. C. Cobmbs was hostess to
the members of . the Ladies Self-Culture
club Friday last. President Mrs
George Carter president. Eighteen
members were present. Mrs. T. Gra
ham of Salt Lake was a special guest.
Duets were sung by some of the mem
bers and Mrs. Graham addressed the
ladies on behalf of the organization'
of the Y. W. C. A. on the good work
done by them at all times. The homo:
of Mrs. Carter-was decorated with I
ferns and carnations. Other invited j
guests were Mrs. ft. L. Bush, Mrs. Da-j
vid E. Manning, Mrs. R. C. Lowe, Mrs.!
A. R. Capener, Mrs. Graham, Mrs. S. j
Mann of Tremonton, .Miss Hubbard,
Miss Felsted and Miss Bertha Harris.:
A delicious luncheon was served.
Miss Veda Tarley of Salt Lake is
a guo3t at the home of Mr.aJid Mrs.
L. W. Preston. :
Mrs. Lane Gleason and children have!
I returned to their hdhie in Ogden af
, ter a pleasant visit here with Mrs.'
(Gleason's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J
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, Mrs. E. V. Schneider returned home I
Tuesday evening fropi Ogden. where I
she spent a couple of days visiting
Mrs. A. T. Grover and little daugh
' ter, Barbara, returned Sunday from
the coast, where they spent seven
J Miss Nellie Barnard and Mrs. L. W.
Preston entertained at the home of i
Mrs. Preston Saturday last In honor of
I Miss Farley of Salt Lake, Those pres-1!
ent were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph StaynerT1:
I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holman, Mr." and
Mrs. Reed Nielsen, Mr. and Mrs.' L. i
W Preston, Mrs. Frank Driggs, Miss i
Wanda Preston, Miss Farlev, Miss j
Nellie Barnard, Mr. E. Welling, Keith j
Winters and Hyruru Barnard. Re- !
frcshmcnts were served. I
Mrs. Lewis Johnson returned laBt "
week from a visit with relatives in
Brighnm City. ' ,
Mrs. George Hcnrlc has returned .
from Hollister, Idaho, where she vis- ,
Repaired and Rebuilt.
Royal and Corona.
H. C CHAPIN, Prop.
2422 Hudson. Phone 236.
What It Means to Invest YOURMONEY Where It Will BENEFIT I
H Thousands of dollars will be needed in Ogden in 1920 for Home, building 500 new homes built in Ogden this year r I
g would mean an expenditure of from $2,000,000 to $2,225,000 for Real Estate, Building Material and Labor, besides
!g increasing Real Estate values in Ogden and vicinity 500 new families in Ogden would mean an annual expendi-
IH f .fnm c$6?'2, to $610,000 for Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Furniture and Drugs, Jewelry, Dentistry,
j Medical Profession, Entertainment, etc. H
14 Every Merchant, Professional Mae, Salaried Mm, Property wiser I I
.. , and Rancher In This ieM!y . ' I
j SEOUL cooperate ;-.'- I I
I WITH THE H
j AN OGDEN COMPANY LOANING MONEY FOR HOME BUILDING OV A PERIOF 5 6, 8 9, 10 S I
YEARS REPAYING PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST MONTHLY ABOUT THE SAME AS RENT. ' j
j DEPOSIT A STIPULATED SUM OF MONEY MONTHLY FOR 120 MONTHS IN OUR PROTECTED SAV- m I
p INGS CERTIFICATES A PROTECTED SAVINGS SYSTEM WITH GUARANTEED EARNINGS.
I ' LOANS Savings Certificates I
. 3 The monthly deposits on Savings Certificates are 60 1 H
m cents on each $100 certificates payable on or be- mm
, M A DEFINITE CONTRACT LOAN GUARAN- fore the 20th day of each month, and not more than ftj
;B ' 120 monthly deposits shall be required to mature M H
'1 TEES THE NUMBER OF PAYMENTS these certificates. M M
m . - , DEPOSITS CAN BE MADE MONTHLY, QUAR- m I
M OF PRINCIPAL and INTEREST . i - . v TERLY, SEMI-ANNUALLY OR ANNUALLY Si
E 'v:r. " ; STATE LAW PROVIDES PROTECTION This B
!g Association is under the Supervision of the State H
:g Ogderi residents, can secure money for home build- ' Banking Board and its Financial Condition is Regu- p 'H
m larly Examined by the State Bank Examiner. fgj ! H
'm ing up to 50 per cejrtt of the total valuation of the FIRST MORTGAGE SECURITY Its funds are p lH
JE loaned upon First Mortgage Security on good Real f-7 H
M lot, together with the proposed building or improve- Estate, not to exceed 50 per cent of the appraised
W value thereof, or upon its Savings Deposit Certifi- H
m ments. cates.
I The Aim and Purpose of This "Ad" Is to Show What j I
I . Co-operation Will Do for Your Town I I
H To Help People Get Their Own Home Tq Be More Independent To Acquire the Means for More Contented ,f' II
M Living and to Protect Their Future To Educate Children is the High Service Provided by jf H
I Protected Savings Certificates There Is No Substitute I
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B lated to deserve the confidence of the people as the CONTINENTAL BUILDING LOAN AND INVESTMENT CO. J H
m In their fundamental principles and the application of their functions they commend themselves as absolutely reliable," U
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S QP"e sou ee ls aPPea anc lay aside a little each month against the time unforseen and unknown. DO IT I
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m APPLICATIONS FOR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES OR LOANS CAN BE MADE TO THE SECRETARY OR I
M ANY OF ITS OFFICERS' OR DIRECTORS. ,
1 C. J. GALLANTINE, President V. R. GALLANTINE, Vice President H. E. HINER, Secretary M I
1 CHAS. V. DEAN, Treasurer ffl
I 411 24th Street Phone 359 p
ited her sister Mrs. Georgo F. Grover
Miss Hattio Hess returned Sunday
frpm a two months' trip to the coast.
Mr. John F. Burton loft Garland on
Saturday for Washington, D. C.
Edgar Swinyard of Salt Lake was a
visitor here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Hnrry Swinyard, Frldny of last
Mrs. Westorgaard is in Ogden visit
Major L. 0. Win tors returned from
Salt Lake Friday. He was accompan
ied by his son, Keith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Haws entertain
ed in honor of their son Roy's birth
day Saturday last. About twenty
guests were present. Games were
tho evening's pastimo and refresh
ments were served.
Miss Phoebe Keller returned from a
visit with her sister, Mrs. Capener, at
Mrs. S. Holther has returned to her
home. In Salt Lako after spending tho
winter with friends. N
I Mrs. W. II. Cnsh has gone to Malad
City, Idaho, to visit her daughter.
Mrs. J. E. Brough has returned from
a trip to Malad City, Idaho.
Mrs. W. Capener of Riverside is vis
iting here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Keller.
Miss 4Harmon of Salt Lake is the
guest at tho home of her sister, Mrs.
Mr. N. E. Ivorsen has roturned from
a visit with his family in Salt Luke
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Meister and chil
dren have gone to Oakville, Iowa,
I where they wjll reside in the future. LW
Miss Jewel McGuive has as her mJm
guest Miss June Ivorsen of Salt Lake. vLwM
G. S. Haws returned from Provo
where he attended the funoral of his fkjM
Mrs. E. V. Schneider of Garland was VmlM
a visitor hero Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Jones and chil
dron of Spanish Fork have -moved to
Tremonton to make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Dockstader liavo n JLwM
turned from a trip to Ogden. They WmjM
were accompanied by Misses Ruth and
Mary Getz. jH