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THE PIOCHE RECORD PAGE TWO 1 LOVE, THE MAGICIAN : , i . . : FOR' ITS SAKE WOMAN WILL. EN DURE AND FORGIVE ANYTHING. ."Eastern Journal Make a Few Com ments on the Position of the' Average Wife Works for Board and Clothes. , , ,t ' . A young man not many years ago began, calling on a girl; he kept her out on the front porch late at nights; he made life a torment for her if she looked at any other man; and finally he married her. He Is poor and her father la in fair ly good circumstances, no that for the first time In her life she began to taste privation and self-denial. She cooks for him, cleans, sews, mends and slaves for him and their two chil dren. Why has this man put this woman in a position where she must experi ence such hardships in addition to his tyrrany? Because he loves her. This is a common interpretation of love, the sweetest word in the lan guage. V , , Because he loves her, many a man lias brought many a woman down to 4 bell which she has loyally striven to 'turn into a heaven. Woman is so constituted that so Hong as she believes herself loved and -appreciated she can forgive anything ;and endure anything and still be . .happy. A wife is the only laborer oki earth -who works for her board and clothes sand is expected to be grateful for the privilege. , .But even she appreciates a trip and a day off now and then. The husband who doesn't econo mize on expressless pf affection or tint his wife on praise may do as he rwili without friction or argument So long as he doesn't sink the lover tin the husband he need fear no rival. He may forget every' other rule, but lif he Remembers this all will be well. Even when the steak is leather and the bread a cinder he must merely iremark that the meal isn't quite up to her usual high standard of 'perfec tion and it doesn't happen again. Every woman is an idealist, and she will break her nock trying to live up ,'tp what she thinks a loving husband expects of her. There are worse things than work. . , It is generally the lonely, hungry hearted women who are trying to amuse themselves and feed their starved lives on the froth of parties and the dry husks, of club papers . Sitting alone at night waiting for a husband to come home doesn't thrilf a woman a bit . more , than it would a man."' " . - '', . ".' - But any woman can be broken of the. club habit by a husband who will stay in of evenings and try to enter tain her In a spirit of love anything, like that of courtship days. Philadel phia Telegraph. Looking Forward. "Some day we'll be taking midnight Joy rides in the air." "Not 'some da yA You mean 'some night." - . "Oh, very well. What I was geing on to say was that if the son of a mil lionaire should fall out with a chorus girl on a trip like that it would be a serious matter." A Modern Instance. "Now, Mary," asked the Sunday school teacher, "can you tell me what King Solomon did when both women claimed the baby?" "Yessum," responded the little girl to whose home the stork had recently come with a double burden, "he made twns of it." I I There areas many ' f( kinds of Engines j:, 1-as there 4 are ; watches. ' "! if . Fairbanks-Horse ';' are the full-jewelled kind. Over thirty-five thousand Fairbanks-Horse ... r..... '.Cllgllltt t.L in actual use with ; as many satisfied f a customers! Can You Afford to .Experiment? I IFsiiInoIIi)SiiinllssEfl(ii)irse (C(Do 218-220 S. West Temple-About April 1st in our new building, Second South and First West Streets, Salt Lake City, Utah. NISSEN STAMPS STEAM PUMPS ' DMIFBC UlUt Mill llin PUriTm rimniirn tun riinmiivi atilmmi nii- r Dwu.no, rwu., niiL mv olUULn CumiM ABU fAIKKAnlla olABUAKU 51AU5 STEAM HOISTS I Artificial Clouds. D. L. Murphy, United States consul at Bordeaux, reports the invention of M. Lestout, a French grape grower, of a process for producing artificial Clouds for the protection of vineyards from frosts and the heat of the sun. The report says it has been tested under various conditions and proved a practical success. It consists of fit'. ing small wooden boxes, open at the luy, wun iunaramaDie composition, re duced to a fine powder and pressed into a compact mass. When this com position, which consists ci equal parts of resinous and earthy matter, is set alight, a dense cloud of smoke is produced, hanging over, the vineyard long enough to protect the plants from the April sun rays, and give them a chance to recuperate from the dan gerous effects of the frost. The In ventor claims that by his method 50 acres may be protected at a cost of about, two dollars. Pin Her Faith to the Goat. Goat's milk and no vaccination Is the doctrine of the, duchess of Hamil ton, premier duchess of Scotland but shyest and most retiring of women in private life, la bringing up her four children. She is president of the Brit ish Goat society, and a goat is always a valued member of the ducal retinue. The family never goes anywhere with out one. The duchess is always preach ing the value of goat's milk and goat's flesh, averring that the virtues of the goat have not been appreciated. The duke, an invalid, passes most of the time at his Scottish home, Hamilton palace; a great mansion that absorbs nearly all his income. He inherited the title from his cousin, the twelfth duke, but the estates passed to the late duke's daughter, now the march ioness at Graham, who is one of the wealthiest women in England. r John A. Kirby Rufus K. Cobb B. EL COBB & CO. MINKS STOCKS & BONDS 17 West 2nd South Street , Salt Lake City, Utah MEMBERS SALT LAKE :? 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