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THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1913. II
I Woman's Page
Darker, Richer Tones Suggestive of Autumn Adopted For
Evening Wear Blue in Its Richest, Darkest Tints Called
"Night Blue" Crownless Hats Very Modish Painted
rHair Seen in Vivid Colors Inattention Makes Liars
of Good People Being Human Is Living Up
To the Golden Rule.
HAIR COLORS FOR WEAR
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
T'm dored hair 1h yielding Its pre
L eminence in novelty rolffure adoptions
to painted hair. This latter vagary
of faEhlonahle women Is Just now lift
ped on a substantial wave of populan
pity, and from all Indications will con
. tlmi" in public favor until it hae
eached more fantastic heights than
I arc now dreamed of
For Instance so far the various
l shades adopted for afternoon ano
HvYcntng wear have been confined to
R the larker, richer tones suggest l 01
IE autumn and its many varied moods,
a"-though one head of hair lately seen
f,at an ultra smart function was of viv
t 1d i" .i' of k blue, matching perfectly
i the peacock blue of the charineuse
(Jrecn is one of t lie most popular
B- shades at present dull green the
I shade one sees In a forest towards
night at a distance and harmonizing
With thn color scheme of the dress
I worn. So far not much contrasting
of color between gown and hair ha;
k been attempted This hair palntinp
is nii in us ambryonic stages, and its
r success not sufficiently assured, lm
nerlous though Dame Fashion ma
Babe, she knows how- largely she de
WL pends after all on the caprice or whim
of her public.
I Blue in Its richest, darkest tints,
the blue thai Parisians fondly term
I "night blue." Is mucb in vogue by
tbopf who consider that shade be
' coming to their particular style ol
beauty. Blue eyed women with fair
I, complexions and gold pale hair have
P'a natural predilection for the gorgeous
i' purple shades, the deep dark purples
i that resemble nothing so much as an
over ripe plum.
B One gown worn with this purpl'
r" coiffure as of amber and dark pur
Ku pie. with edgings of rhiuestones and
f, crystal. ;'i the bodii e and on the
I' floL.ni es to lend a bizarre and or)
I" ent.il effect to the whole. In tht
hair was sorn a feathery ornament
s' flowers and ribbons still maktni: no
f headwa Into public favor as hair ac
Bfcjcessorles purple shaded and drip
Hplng with crystal. Tills comblnatlor
was seen in the evening. It is a lit
fltjje hard lo Imagine the tout ensem
; ble as exactly pleasing In the vivid
sunlight of liiidda''
J The crownless hats are coming in
r to greater vogue than ever, as they
Hadapt themselves so graccfuly to the
Hfole of displaying the colored hair
furthermore these same turbans are
Hjlecldedly chic. Generally of black
Hrelvel they are trimmed with a sin
H(le lanlastlc ornament, a black ai
rette, elaborately studded with tiny
Blue wings or gorgeous black para
disc that rouses the en of all worn
t en less favored of fortune Ospre
Rjeron and even quills dyed a liar
Knonizlng shade are effective als in
I these tiny turbans, minus their crown
and yet with the mass of hair softlv
HIT CAUSE OF
I KIDNEY TROUBLE
Take Salts to flush Kidneys if
Back hurts or Bladder
': If you must have your meat every
I day eat It. but flush your kidneys
DRwith salts occasionally, says a noted
LB authority who lells us that mat forms
'' uric acid which almost paralyzes the
uiduess in their efforts to expel It
Vfrom i be blood They become slug
Jgish aud weaken, then you suffer with
K dull misery in the kidney region,
Sha;p pains ui 1 1 1 b.ick or rd k head
lathe. (Ilziiics our stomach sours,
BVDU' 's coated and c hen the weath
i far lb bad ;uu bao rheumatic twin
BBts. Tho urine gets cloudy, full of
jJsjKsdinieni . the channels often get sore
'land Irritated, obliging you to seek re
'tHef two or three times during the
...I To n-utrallze these Irritating acids,
iPSBg cleanse the kidneys and flush off
LEs body's urinous waste get four oun
lots ot Jad Salts from any pharmacy
Tore, lake a tablespoonful in a glass
6f water before breakfast for a few
sflsys and your kldness will then act
Roc. This famous salts is made from
Et acid of grapes aud lemon Juice,
tombine with lit h 1 a. and has been
bsed for generations to flush and
limulato sluggish kidneys, also to
ITMutralize 'he acids In urine, so it
to longer Irritates, thus ending blad
fljBd Salts Is inexpensive; cannot in-
re, and makes a delightful efferves
p pBnt lithla -water drink Advertise-
piled up In their cpnter
So far the women to adopt the halt
novels have almost Invariably been
young and pretty. Somehow tnc
older women and the women less gen
erously endowed by nature have been
hesitant about faking St up or flgur
Ing In the movement In any way as
pioneers Besides it has not been
a perfectly decided point whether or
not this hair painting is Injurious to
the hair It Is done in two vvayo
by a liquid and by a powder, and only
th( recklessness of youth and beauty
Is taking the chances Involved. Every
one Is looking on nevertheless In
terestedly and conjecturing whether
or not before the year Is out they
I will not see balr of vivldest blue
deepest and fairest pink, gorgeous
greens and violets and yellows and
reds of such shade as never before
have decorated women.
THE BEAUTY OF ATTENTION.
Inattention makes liars of good peo
pie Those who skim through the
newspapers, just gleaning enough ol
the subjects they read to gain a false
Impression of them, In conversation
on those subjects make grave mis
takes In dates, names, and situations
unintentionally to be sure, but nev
Many people go through the wot Id
paving almost no uttention to any
thing 1 often wonder if those peo
pie do enough with life to give them
even a look Into the realms of heav
en. How important it Is to do some
thing good every day? Il need not be
a sacrifice Just paying attention to
the sorrows and troubles of the les--lortunate
people Join a society that
makes clothes for orphans or blind
babies; there is more godliness In
the few stitches put Into a little glng
ham pinafore for a crippled baby than
In all the tea parties ever given
To enjoy the beauties of the world
you must be human, and being hu
man is living up to the golden rule.
F. 0, E. DANCE
Benefit Degree team Saturday eve
nlng, December 13, 50c couple; extra
lady L'5c Eagles hall
TWO COUPLES WED.
Pocatello, Idaho, Dec. 12. Arthur
L Peck of Way and Saphronia Lund
of Soda Springs were married yester
day In the office of the county clerk
The bride comes from a prominent
family in Soda Springs, while the
bridegroom Is a farmer of Way, wlieie
the couple will reside
Calvin E. Moore of Rockland and
Jennie B Klndig of Nam pa were uni
ted In marriage at the county clerk's
office late last night, President W.
A Hyde officiating The couple, al
ter a honeymoon In Salt Lake, will
reside in Rockland
DIVORCE CASES IN
SALT LAKE CITY
Salt Lake, Dec. 13. James Gibbs
was given a decree of divorce from
Minnie L Glbbs by Judge C. W
Morse In the district court yesterday.
A week ago Gibbs sought a divorce
I bt his complaint was thrown out of
court for lack of evidence to sustain
the charge made Ho charged orlg
inally that his wife had been gulltv
of extreme cruelty toward him, but
when placed on the stand he testi
fied that his wife had been unfaith
ful and had accepted the attentions
of other men The court held that
tint, did not constitute cruelty, and
iiuviped that the action be brought
cn a different ground
Yesterday Glbbs came Into court,
BtUl charging cruelty, but prepared
this time to make good the charge,
llo told a story on the stand to the
fffect that his wife had threatened
his life, and on one recent occasion
bad gone to a neighbor's aDd sought
frantically to borrow a gun with
which to make good tho threat Tho
decree was entered and Glbbs was
awarded the custody of the children.
Mary Atkinson and William J. At
kinion: both middle aged, entertained
the court with a recitation of their
financial troubles Atkinson was
before the court on an order to show
cause why alimony should not be
laid Mrs. Atkinson declared that
she had worked so hard for him dur
ing their married life that she had
broken her health, and was no longer
rble to make a living of her own
Atkinson vowed that he was a phy
sical wreck, a crlpplft, and not able
to support himself. left alone his ex
w'fe. An order was entered direct
ing Atkinson to pay $15 alimony each
Four interlocutory decrees were
entered by default yesterday. Hen-
2 North, South, East, West
f ,,; men and women are subject to the numerous ailments caused
! by defective or irregular action of the organs of digestion and
elimination. Headaches, lazy feelings, depression of spirits
r are first consequences, and then worse sickness follows if the
I , trouble is not removed. Butfthousands have discovered that
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.vjfPf j Sold cvrywhr. lo bx. 10c, 25c.
I- j Tfc direction vriLh averr l .'r rT wahuWU ciU t wmtan.
licit a Simmons; Sarah J Madden
from James Madden; Sina Llttlefleld
from C. M Llttlefleld and May Perry
from Lloyd ferry.
! Inal decrees were Riven Zina Mai
)s from John Malles. Blanche ( lark
from Otto P. Clark, Clara Burrell
Irom Albert Burrell. Joseph Edmonds
fiom Mildred Edmonds and Florence
O'Neill from Chester M. O'Neill.
WINS HIGH HONORS.
Pocatello, Idaho. Dec. 12. Frank
D. Cannon of Salmon City won high
I est honors in scholarship at the Aca
) demy of Idaho for the last two years
irthui Gtfford of King Hill. John
V hlte of Reburg and Barbara Elvvell
of Pocatello were next in order of
high honors, Frank Koch of Filer
Grae West of Chesterfield and Anna
Spongberg and Helen Cherry of Mont
poller and Ethel Clayton of Salmon
City received honorable mention.
The Knights of tho Marcibeefl held
thelj regular review and annual elec
tion of officers last night The fol
lowing officers were chosen for the
Past commander, E. A. Stevenson;
commander, B. Van dor Schuit, lieu
tenant commander, L J. Parry, rec
oi d keeper. Paul M. Lee, chaplain,
J M. Lee, sergeant. William G Chap
pie; master-at-arms, J. D. Harris'
fir-t master of the guards. Theodore
G. Thompson; second master of the
guards, F. F Pond, sentinel, George
V. Halsey; picket. H. C. Rogers.
Instees. L. J Griffin. F. F Bond and
A E. Thomas.
A special visitor at the meeting
was Dr J. C. llanchett. city district
ni i leal examiner of Salt Lake t
Following the meeting, a delicious
luncheon was served and the re
mainder of the evening was spent in
H SCHOOL BOY
HAS BROKEN All
Leland Allison, son of Carl Allison
of the I1 tali Light & Power company
bad his arm broken yesterday ufter
noon while playing basketball at the
high school Dr Dumke was called
and set the injured arm, the break
being between the wrist and elbow.
The break was not considered 3erl
ou.. b the physician
Young Allison had made a high
Jump for the ball and had lost his bal
ance, falling on the hard wood floor,
striking on his elbow with consider
In the first game yesterdav at the
school the team of the class of 'L5
proved conclusively to the faculty
team that the latter were unable 'o
come back, by defeating them by the
score of 28 to 19.
In the second game th cless of 11
won from the class of 17 by the score
of 14 to 9.
SMOTHERED TO DEATH.
Hnuham, Dec. 12. Peter Orlovic, '
an Austrian miner, aged 24 years, was
smothered to death in the Bingham
ew Haven mine between 8 and 10.30 1
o'clock tonight EJarly In the evening
Orlovic went into the mine to an ore ,
chute. He picked at the ore to start
It sliding down the chute Into an ore
car. There proved to be more ore in j
the chute than he believed was there
When it was Jarred loose H came I
down and covered him completely.
The accident was discovered a short
time afterward, and at 10.30 o'clock I
workmen had dug Orlovlc's body from
the pile As there were no broken
bones or other injuries, it indicated
that the man smothered to dea'h.
SALARIES ARE FIXED.
Trovo. Dee. 12. The city coniuils
slon this morning fixed the salarlea
of appointive city officers for the
ensuing two years The first fig
urcs given represent tho old salaries
and the succeeding ones the new sal
aries. Recorder 780 $ 9uy
Treasurer 600 720
Attorney . liOo 600
Justice of the peace . . . 350 400
Chief of police 1,000 1,200
Chief deputy superln
teudeut of waterworks 840 900
Chief deputy watermas
ter 840 900
Chief deputy street su
pervisor S40 900
Engineer . 1.200 1 200
Physician 400 400
Food Inspector 50 50
Chief of fire department 780 Mp
Poundkeeper 12o IL'n
Sexton 720 740
Building Inspector ... 75 76
Inspector of electric wir
ing 75 lit
Scaler of weights and
measures 50 7G
Collector of dog tax. .. 150 150
Policemen 780 900
L. O. T. M. HOLDS ELECTION
Eureka, Dec. 12. :,ast night thirty
five members of Tintic hive No. 6,
Ladies of the Maccabees, met In re
view and elected the following ladies
to serve during 114 Katharine
Frankc. past commauder. Gertrude
Garrlt). lady commander; Ella Os
bom, lieutenant commander; Camille
Nelson, chaplain. Sarah V. Bowen
record keeper. Winnie Anderson, fi
nancial auditor; Hilda Wilson, lady
adviser; Sadie Williams. sergeant;
Evelyn Dunne, sentry, Margaret
rlngton, picket; Cecilia Bacon, pro
moter; Anna C Ostrnndcr, musician;
Isabellc Adam. on. captain of the
guard Following tne election a ban
quet was served in the freamcrry cafe
Boston. Dec. 1- Francis Oulmet.
the American amateur golf champion,
of BrookUne, who made such a sen
sation In the golfing world lait sum
mer, by defeating the English profes
sionals. Harry Vardon and Edward
Ray. will compete next summer in the
British amateur championship tourna
ment in EuglancL
The black an I white hat continues
in favor The one at the top of tho
sketch Is trimmed with a twisted
cord of white velvet and a white
Tho other hat Is of black velvet,
edged with bright green and trim
med with two peacock feathers
CONTRACTS ARE LET.
Provo, Dec 12 The state beard of
Insanity, composed of Governor Wil
liam Spry. State Treasurer Jesse D.
lewkes and State Auditor Lincoln G.
Kelley, held its monthly meeting bi re
yesterday. Contracts for supplies for
the State Mental hospital for six
months were let as follows Groceries,
Z C M I. and i tab Wholesale Groc
ery company; coal I'tah Timber &
Coal company and Sruoot &. Stafford
and Spring Canyon Coal company,
flour, bran, shorts and oats, A. E
Cooper: drugs, Provo Drug company
The fullowing appropriations were
made for November; Salarlea, $2,902
B0; current expenses. $.',f'r'T il? , feeble
minded. $268.73; improvements and
repairs, $130.35; piggery, $307 10;
barn, $150; total, $6,795.95,
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PRESENTS FOR MISSIONARIES.
Brigham City, Dec 12. The people
"f the Second ward of this city,
through Bishop Thomas H. Blackburn,
have raised a sum of $108 to be sent
to the missionaries from that ward,
eipht in number, who are on missions.
It is an annual custom of the people
of that ward to send money to the
missionaries f"r rhrlstnias nrn-:entc
and this year each man will receive ;i
draft for $21. Drafts are being issued
on England, Germany, Denmark, Au
stralia and one or two in this country.
The men who are out from the Second
uard are Sl irley Horsley, Peter H.
Sorenson. C P. Chrlstensen, Lorenso
p. Burt, Clarence r Herrell Walter
Spencer, Lester Facer and MHvin C
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IDAHO SHERIFF TO
TAKE BACK PRISONERS
Salt Lake, Dec r: -Sheriff E B
Lowry of Bannock county, Idaho. Is in
Salt Lake to take two prisoners ar
rested by the local police to Po'atoHo
Both men are. u anted on charges of
burglary. The men are Wilford Seals,
colored, and Earl Bassett They are
alleged to be members of a uauc of
robbers who have been operatiuu in
Bannock count for months Seals is
said to be the leader
Threats bave been made hv mora
; bers of the gang to "gi Sheriff Low ry
j and County Attorney ('. D Smith, who
l as l.eon active In prosecuting those
I who hae been apprehended. An ar-,-nn
(harge may also W placed against
them, as It Is said the rating attempted
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to hum the residence of Countj II
torney Smith. Tne lare-t robber
which the gang has committed
amounted to about J2.no1), and occur
red last ;prlnc
Shf-rlff Lowry came beio on a clew
which caused him to believe that Bas
sett was In Salt Lake. He grrested
his man Thursday afternoon Seals
was arreBted festerdsry by t h
police. Sheriff Lowry will return to
Pocaiollo with both men t"l ly.
AUTOMOBILE VICTIM IS
Snlt Lake, Dec. in. R Nieluou.
membei 6i the contracting firm of
Bills & Nielson, who was injured when
I hit by an automobile driven by G.
j Bowen. a Sanpete cattleman, Thurs
day afternoon, is reported as improf'
Ing by bis physician, Dr. Krnest Van
Cott. It is believed that he will re
cover Nii Imiu -,va stepping Irom a car at
Ninth Kast street and Harrls-n ave
nue, about 4 . 4 r, o'clock Thursday, when
the automobile drhen by Bowen, who
was on his way to Provo, struck him.
Nielson suffered a crushed hip. Alt
located arm and numerous cuts and
bruises. He was rushed to tho L. D.
S hospital hy Bowen. Nielson Is a
well known musician and a member of
the, Eagles and Danish Brotherhood.
He has a wife and fhe children resid
ing at the family borne, S2S Harrison
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