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! THE STATOARDgDEN, UTAHMONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1913. 0
lfT Worsted Sleeping Togs for Out-of-Doors Knitted Shetland Wool
' Sleeping Coat Warm But Not Clumsy ' Bifurcated Swimming
Togs Three Corset9 for Alternate Wear Not an Extravagance
To Freshen Velvet Bows Washing Hair, Imperfect Rinsing
riiii) Cause of Much Trouble Things Said of Womankind,
V WORSTED SLEEPING TOGS
8 Sonio women take pajamas to camp
for cool night? Others substitute
nightgowns of outing flannel for the
rjj thtn lingerie affair v.oru at homo,
Dut the wnman who rannol bear to
iw, give up her dainty mull and lace
on robes du nuit, may wear Lhem in
camp if she purchases one of the
, jetted shetlnnd wool sleeping gar
'? menus which may be slipped on over
of,v the thin nightdress These sleepinc
i iu garments are fascinatingly pretty af
illiL fairs. Thoy are knitted from fine
Shetland wool, in pale blue or pink,
and are in simple kimono style, fall
Fit lag about to the knee, and drawn up
at the rounded neck with a ribbon.
.rfll i They cling closely to the figure over
2 the thin cown and are as warm as
jiv1 toast without clumsiness,
jf If camp Is made near the water,
s and usuallv it is, an oilskin slicker
?? nnd sou wester will be found inval
ta uable in case of rainy weather. Slick
ers mav now be had also in black
in rubber and sou'westers come to
? 1 match An' ther masculine garment
Fft that the woman camper has annexed
' for her own comfort is the overcoat.
P A man's or boy s overcoat of rough
woolen mixture, with belted back and
ROi hlg patch pockets nnd a collar that
may be tinned up around the throat
itfjl is delightfully comfortable on chilly
Ittri L evenings no mere feminine garment
can approach it for slipping on over
j2 ' an ordinary sweater, or without the
sweater The age of style of the
ihi overcoat will not matter in the least
out In the wilds, and the canny worn
( an will bespeak Bomebody'6 overcoat
S , eariy jn the season, in order to have
" It on hand when the time for camping
comes around. Blankets, sweater and
t bathing suit may be rolled up to
V gether and sent on by express, and
will be aB easily packed in the camp
wagon or canoe as any box of pro
all the grease out
of milk boules,
Soap does not.
removes the germs
and takes out the
08( When you want
jfs bottle clean
For io at til grocm
JAMES PYLE & SONS,
EDGEWATER, N. J.
MaImi of PEARLIKE for 30 ye.r,
I FIRST NATIONAL
OF CGDEN, UTAH
U. 8. DEPOSITARY
Capital 9 160,000.00
nd surplus ..... 250,000,00
M. 8. Drowning, Pres.; l H.
EccUs, Vic Pro.; Q. H.
Tribe, Vlce-Pret.; John Wit
son, Vice Pres.; John Plngree,
Cashier; Jas. F. Burton, Asst.
visions. The overcoat, also, will come
in handy on cold nights, spread over
the sleeping cot when there aro not
enough coverings for corntort.
BIFURCATED SWIMMING TOGS
A bathing suit will bo much missed
and considerably lamented in its ab
sence if not carried along The
morning dip Is a delightful feature of
the day, and if the weather proves
warm enough, p. dip at sunset after
the all-dav hike will be equally de
lightful Camp i6 no place for a sat
in bathing suit which must, lie rinsed
out and pressed after each wearing,
and such furbelows as silk cap and
stockings reticule and sash may be
dispensed with entirely. A simple
suit of mohair or sateen, easily gotten
into and out. of will give most sat
isfaction, and the skirtless swimming
suit will be found the most satisfar
tory kind, waist and full bloomers
being attached under a loise belt
that fastens with one button arid but
tonhole with no bother about an ex
tra belt or knotted sash ribbons. A
rubber suit, and this may be tied
more secureh oer the hair with a
I bit f black ribbon.
Khaki swimming suits for camp
are in kimono style above the waist
line and are shaped precisely like the
nether part of a college boy s run
ning suit below The garment Is not
beautiful to look at but jts ideal com
fort and convenience make it vers
popular with women campers And
after all, what do appearances mat
ter, out In the wilds aawy from the
madding crowd' to borrow a phrase
1 from one of Hardv s novels''
THREE CORSETS NEEDED
The woman who wears corsets and
wishes f be comfortable in them on
all occasions should wear them at all
times To do this successfully means
that two or three corBets should be
kept continually on hand. For the
woman who has housekeeping duties j
I to perforTn an old corset ma be j
worn during the day In the after-1
noon, when one refreshes one's self
with a bath and a change of clothing, j
a second corset should be put on
When the best clothes are worn and j
one goes nut then the best corse'
should be worn. All these corsets j
should be of the same make and style
and be adjusted and removed with
the same care Po not think that j
you can be carelessly corseted at
I home and feel comfortable in jour
: specially fitted corsets when abroad.
The woman who because of duties
outside of her home must wear the
I same corset all day should be most
careful in her selection of stays and 1
should as has been advised for the j
j home woman, have three pairs of cor
sets on hand at all times two pairs
I to alternate for general or everyday
j wear and a third pair for special oc
casions when the best dress is worn
Do not look upon this three pairs
of corsets theory as an extravagance,
, for It really Is an economj in the end
and the initial expense 16 soon for
gotten when tho benefit and comfort
to be derived are understood and en
joyed. TO FRESHEN VELVET BOWS
Velvet bows may be freshened with
out untying them if these directions
I are followed: Heat a curling iron
and lay a small damp cloth over It
Insert it in each loop and open the
curler to its fullest extent. The vel
vet will be steamed, and by hmshlng
with a small whisk or brush it6 fresh
ness will be restored.
Be sure to get all the soap out of
your hair when you shampoo it. Im
perfect rinsing may be the cause of
; much trouble.
I know of no other cause for gum
my hair than that of soap being al
lowed to remain in the hair. When
' shampooing, the soap must be thor
oughly rinsed out, for nothinc will
I spoil the hair more quickly than
'soap if it is allowed to remain. Nev
j or rub the soap on the hair, but make
ja shampoo by shaUng the soap into
: boiling water and allowing It to die
'solve When the soap 16 rubbed on
! the hair it Is almost impossible to get
I It out.
USEFUL CLOTHES COVER
When nightgowns arc beyond use
fulness as garments the tops may bo
cut off and very good covers for one's
beat clothes may be made from tho
skirt sections. Shape the upper part
to fit smoothly over the curved edge
of the clothes hanger; close this
seam, but leave a small opening in
the center for the hook. The cover
Is then complete.
SAID OF WOMANKIND
In life woman must wait until she
is asked t- love, as in a ballroom
she waits for an invitation to dance
I A wife' a mother! two magical
, words, comprising the sweetest
1 source of man's felicity. Theirs Is
I tho reign of beauty, of love, of rea
son, always a reign. Alml Martin
upon protection of your valuables is before fire
B breaks out or burglars come. Our fire and
I Burglar Proof Vault is the place for them, and now
is the time to rent a Safety Deposit Box here, which
I costs only
Devotion is the last love of woman
Charles De Saint Evremond.
The laughter, the tears, and the
song of a woman are equally decep
tive. Latin Proverb
A woman's lot is made for her by
the love she accepts George Eliot
The first thing men think of when
they love is to exhibit their useful
ness and advantages to the object of
their affection Women make light
of these, asking only love Ralph
It is difficult for a woman ever to
try to be anything good when she la
not believed jn. when it is always
supposed that she must b contemp
tible George Eliot
Woman's beautr, the forest's echo,
and rainbows soon pass away. Ger
A coquette is one that is never to
be persuaded out of the passion 6he
has to please nor out of a good opin
ion of her own beauty. Joseph Addi
son The vows that woman makes her
fond lover are only fit to be written
on air or on the swiftly running
stream Calus Valerius Catullus
When a ladv walks the streets she
leaves her virtuous indignation coun
tenance at home Oliver Wendell
To whom it may concern'
I. A C. Coleman, will not be re
sponsible for any debts or obligations
contracted in my name by my wife
A. C. COLEMAN.
ON A VISIT
Dr C H Bramwell. son of Bishop
Bramwell, and one of the foremos;
dentists of the country, is visiting in
Ogden after an absence of 6lx jears
Dr Bramwell Is an associate of th
famous Dr. H J Goslee whose work
in newer methods of dentistry iB at
tractlng wide attention The former
Ogdenlte is on a lecture tour
He will speak to members of the
dental profession at the Salt Lake
Commercial club tomorrow night
IS BEING GOUGED
Washington, Aug 24 "The govern
meat is now being unmercifully
gouged by manufacturers of army
ordnance supplies The amount of
this overcharge in the aggregate Is so
great that it would seem almost un
believable to the average citizen ."
This statement was made today by
Representative Tavvener of Illinois,
who announced that he would Intro
duce six blll6 at Tuesday's session of
the I10U6C to enlarge the government
factories at the Rock Island. 111., ar
senal for the manufacture of arm6
"The total cost of establishing
these plantB." continued Tavvener,
"would be slightly in excess of $1,000,
000. I am confident, however, that
this appropriation would 9a ve the gov
ernment three times that amount of
money within a year.
"For Instance, the government is
paying In round figures $25 for 4.7
inch shrapnel, the character of am
munition used in heavy field guns
when It is at the same time maun
facturing a part of Its supply at the
Frankfort arsenal, Philadelphia, for
"It the government intended only
buying a few thousand dollars' worth
of such ammunition it would not mako
so much difference. But the author
ized program of the war department
calls for $20,000,000 worth of field ar
'General Crozier of the ordnance
department states that In the manu
facture of field artillery gun carriages
at Rock Island, he can save the gov
ernment approximately 25 per cent of
the prices being paid private manu
facturers The authorized program of
the war department calls for the pur
chase of about $11,000,000 worth A
field artillery vehicles, gun carriages
and equipment. v
"The war department seems to have
! been unable to interest congress suf
ficlently to obtain the nece6sarv funds
to build plants for the manufacture
of array and navy materials "
AT THE OGDEN
Patrons of the Ogden theater who
are accustomed to surprises received
another last night In the production
of "Rosalind at Red Gate " For this
play an entire new set of 6tage seen
:rv was used, putting the drama on a
footing with the much higher-priced
The play is a sequel to ' The House
of a Thousand Candles," and, as al
most even Ogdeti theatergoer had
seen the Arlngton Stock companv in
the previous production, the strong
production of last evening was re
ceived with great favor bv an audi
ence that waa almost a capacity
house despite the heat.
Thomas Pawley was himself last
night as usual and scored another
success as ' Larry " Miss Arlngton
displayed her talents to great advan
tage in her dual role of Roealind and
Helen Orral Spurrier waa good In
the part of Henry Holbrook and A J.
Colo played his usual 6trong part.
The company is fortunate u hav
ing Dick Tracy play the part of
Guiseppe, a part he created in the
original Now York production.
Florence Elisen displayed her obll
Ity at character work In the part of
Mrs Pat, and Rohert Pawley filled
the role of "Buttons' with ginger
The play continues throughout the
week and promlsea to be highly auc-cessful.
AT WEST POINT
The meeting house at West Point
was not large enough to accommodate
the friends and relative who came
from Davis and Weber counties and
parts of Idaho to attend the funeral
services of Mrs. Kate Bennett yes
terday afternoon. The funeral cor
tege to the West Point cemetery
where interment was made was a
mile in length.
Bishop Gilbert Parker officiated at
WOMEN OVERCOME FIERCE CURRENTS OF
'FRISCO BAY; SWIM THE GOLDEN GATE )
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Miss Dollie Meyer.
Defying the dangerous currents of ebb tide, Miss Dollie Meyer and
Mrs. Myrtle Wright, two of the best long distance swimmers on tha
Pacific coast, recently swam the Golden Gate. It was the first time in
hlsrtory that woman had succeessfully navigated the treacherous cur
rents with the tide at ebb. Mrs. Wright completed the strenuous ordeal
in one hour and thirty seconds, while Miss Meyer took one hour and
twenty-five minutes to accomplish the task.
the services. The speakers were
Bishop Robert McFarland, Patriarch
George W Iarkin and President Sey
mour oung and .John H. Grant.
The selections. ' Shall We Meet
Beyond the River?" "Abide With
Me" and "SometJrae We'll Under
stand were rendered by the ward
choir. Solos, "God Is Love" and
"Some Sweet Day" were given bv
Mrs Mildred Thurgo and George
The grave was dedicated by Nathan
Ixmdon, Aug 25. Rumors which
have been current of a truce between
the militant suffragettes and the
British government seem to find sup
port in a letter written today by Mrs.
Pankhurst to her followers advising
them to take a holiday for the pres- I
ent She says
"I am gathering up strength for a
renewed battle when the holiday sea
son is o'er I hope that rv vrv o:i"
of you also will take advantage of
the present lull in political activity
to take the rest and change you hao
all so richly deserved."
Another Indication that an agree
ment has been reached Ih the cessa
tion by the authorities of the enforce
ment of the cat and mouse" act Our
of 43 suffragettes sentenced to Im
prisonment for various offenses, only
one now is in jail.
It Ik widely believed that Mr.
Pankhurst has at least agreed to r
truce in order to strengthen Hie linnd
of those members of the British cabl
nei who are working to make the en
franchiseraen of women a goern
Seattle. Wash., Aug 26. John B.
Nevin, an Insurance man of Newark.
N. J., was shot and dangerouslv
wounded late yesterday in his room
in a hotel on Fifth avenue Nevin. wbU
went to a hospital in a private am
bulance told the police he was wound
ed accidentally and that no one was
in the room at the time, but a wom
an who refused to give her name,
and who declared she knew nothing
about the case, is held at the city jail
pending further Investigation. Tte
roman admitted that she had an
apartment with Nevin but said she ar
rived at the hotel a few minutes af
ter the shooting. She Is unknown to
the hotel management A revolver, n j
pint of absinthe and some bottled beer j
was found In the room and a woman
handkerchief, containing eleven dol
lars was found in the closet Nevla
was shot In the chest, the bulkt
splintering a rib and piercing the
right lung At the hospital it wan
Bald lie had a chance to recover. He
told the police his family was at A -lantic
City, N. J.
CANCEL JOHNSON'S DATES
London. Aug. 25. Jack Johnson. s
musk hall engagements in London !
were "postponed" today on account
of the Intense resentment displayed
OD oil sides. It Is understood that '
the postponement will be made per
manent later as the London authori
ties have threatened to make trou
ble If the engagement of the negro
pugilist is not cancelled.
London, Aug 25. Two of the most
powerful native ruling families of!
British India were united today when
the Princess Indira, only daughter of,
the reigning Maharajah Gaekwar of j
Boroda, was married to Prince Jlten- l
dra, son of the Maharajah of Cooch- j
Behar, after a romantic courtship.
The Initial ceremony, which tool;
place in the strictest privacy, was
performed at the hotel where the
young bride had been staying and
was accompanied by the customary.
Hindu rites. Prior to the marriage
the Princess Indira had been received
into the Brahmanist faith, tho creed
of the bridegroom
Subsequently the forms of a civil
marriage were gone through at 3 J
DRUGGISTS IN CONVENTION
Cincinnati, Aug. 25 The National1
Association of Retail Druggists open
ed their convention, here today Dele
gates from Now York. Chicago, Bos
ton. Ixuilsvillo and many other points
arrived this morning.
Legislation involving the sale of
narcotics, certain drugs and patent
medicines will be among the import
ant matters brought before the con
venton ' I
WE GIVE, ARE SUKE BUSINESS GETTERS. NO PRICE
AGREEMENTS FOR US
Bartlett pears, bushel $1.25 Finest pickling cucum- ...
More wild plums coming. be, per 100 .25c
. . . , x1 Dill for dill pickles cheap.
Snow-white cauliflower, gj pickling vinegar,
lb 6c gal 25c
Small pickling anions, Heinz 's vinegar,, extra
lb 5c strong, gal 45c
THE BEST OF MEATS
Pork chops, pound 15c Fancy Mutton Chops. Ib..12'2c
Loose lard, pound 15c Tomato Cans, per doz 45c
Fresh loose cocoanut. Ib...20c Finest comb honey, each. 15c
7 bars crystal white soap . 30c 3-pound pack best raslns . 25c
High Pat flour, sack. $1.00 30c package green tea . 20c
with 50c cash order at retail) 3 packages cookies or crack-
Barrel fresh ginger snaps. 20c er 25c
Smith Meat & Grocery
Phones: 284 and 285. 26th and V ash.
Independent Meat Co. I
Cash Market With a Free Delivery. j
Trade With Us and Reduce the Cost of Living j
Ouly $36.75 from Ogdftn lor com
plete four-day circle tour, including !
all rail, stage and hotel expenses j
This Is the last opportunity of the
season to visit this NATURE'S WON- !
DERLAND and view the QEY8ER3, t
THE LAKE. GRAND CANYON,!
GREAT FALLS OK THE YELLOW- !
STONE, and INNUMERABLE OTH-j
ER WONDERS. Accommodations at
beautiful Old Faithful Inn, and Lake j
and Grand Canyon Hotels For fur- .
ther particulars and illustrated itin- .
erary, call on P. L. Becmer, City
Passenger and Ticket Agent, O. S- '
L. R R Co., 2514 Washington Ave.,
Ogden, Utah. v
Denver & Rio Grande
I Round Trip Fares
ST. LOUIS 52.00
ST. PAUL 55.70
KANSAS CITY 40.00
Low rates to other points.
Dates of sale: August 28; Sep
tember 1) and 11.
Good returning to Oot. 31.
Electric lighted sleepers to
Chicago and St. Louis.
Dining Car Service
To Salt Lake $1.10
F. FOUTS, Aent,
Reed Hotel Bldg.
C. A. Henry, Tkt. Agt.,
Ogden and Salt Lake
East and Return
Kansas City, Mo M0.O0
St Louis, Mo 52.00
Chicago, lit 56.50
St. Paul or Minneapolis 55.70
New York $86 50 $83.50
Boston 86 50 82.50
Buffalo 71.10 71.10
Montreal 76.50 76.50
Proportionately Low Rates to
many other points.
Dates ( August 28th.
Sale I September 10th and 11th
Tickets to points east of Chicago,
I'mlted to s'xty days from date of
ale. Other tickets limited to Oc
tober SI, 1913.
For further information address
E. R. LEIS,
A. T. A. S. F. Ry.,
233 Judge Building,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
all of the high grades of all
of the principal makes.
Reasonable in price.
2463 Wash. Ave.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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H TV unniiL A.tfrrrui rirts.TrBg
L If DIAMOND URAND rlLLS. far
SOLB BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
CHEER UP! I I
Let the TROY do your Wet J
Wash 3c per pound,
Phone 2074 J
Slade's I I
Phone 321. 408 25th Street
We have the largest van in tht
city. Quick service. Moving, ship,
ping and handling pianos. Prompt
freight deliveries. Furniture mov
ing a specialty. Storage at reason
WHAT AILS YOU?
No matter what your aliment may
be, you will be cured under the
celebrated' and wonderful Chinese
Herb treatment, j 1
Hundredj of ji
pTfijH ufferers who
,OKl ji nad at one
: HRMnH time given up
BS Tftwl a" hop of
W&fe' ' -jSh ever b e 1 n 3
Kgjm9fl cured are now
I In absolute
HHtSBH Sod health.
Dear Sufferer: Put It off no
longer, come to see me at once,
L. SU WOO
2461 Grant, Upstairs.
Done Right. Prompt and
! T. S. HUTCHISON
Phone 1123 W. 306 25th St
ANTHRACITE COAL -
Place your orders for stor
age before the raise. Agents
for FLARESTA ANTHRATE
the. least clinkers. All other
kinds of soft coal on hand.
Phone 27 John Fair
who have used East
ern flour for years,
are now buying.
and says it is superi
or to any other.
Made from select
ed seed Turkey Red
. i j
; Just received a new
For 3 days only
"We show the newest
. ' t n
The committee selected JfJT that B,
purpose has decided that 'Hon" la ,
the most useless word. A mlnontv
1 report, however, declares for "tp-wit."