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B 12 ' JHE OGDEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH. SATURDAY, MAY T3, 1916. . II
1 Woman's Page
B Usefulness of Borax Twelve Excellent Uses of Borax in the
'i! Home Household Hints Four Good
j Tried Recipes.
H,' BORAX USEFULNESS.
H'lj Always have a box of borax on
H'n hand, for it can be of usefulness in
H many ways.
Hj If you desire an antiseptic wash for
H'ji a cut, dissolve a teaspoonful of borax
Hfj in a pint of warm water of course
HJ the water should first be boiled, and
HjFJ then cooled to the warm stage, if pos-
B sible. The solution can be kept on
Hj! Put a little in the water in which
'11 the hair is washed, if the hair is oily.
Hji Be sure to rinse it thoroughly.
j ; Put a pinch in the water in which
J green vegetables arc boiling to make
J them bright in color.
Hfl Add a teaspoonful to the -water in
jn which the hands arc washed to soften
m the water and the hands.
Hjj Use it in the laundry to whiten
H "Wash blankets in water to which
H borax has been added.
Hql Wash the kitchen towels in a strong
H.Ml solution of borax, tnen rinse them, I
Hri and hang them in the sunshine to dry
Hnj Pour very strong borax down drains
Hl to keep them clear of grease and other
Hijl' Add a teaspoonful to a bowl of boil-
Hjjij cd starch to make it whiter.
Hff Dissolve a teaspoonful of borax in a
Hl cuan of hot water for clcaniug spoil-
Hji; ges, brushes and wash cloths.
H(! Let greens for salads stand in cold
Hi water to which a pinch of borax is
H added to regain freshness, flavor and
j household hints.
K Roll Tablecloths.
V, Instead of folding tablecloths after
Hjl they are wasied, roll them, folded
H J; once or twice lengthwise, on mailing
Hi f SPRING I
I DAYS 9
I I EVERYdayis I
H I the garments sent 1
I regularly to us for I
H i 1 attention. I
H j 1 Our equipment can not I
H j I he excelled for handling 1
Ij S any class of cleaning. I
HH' II Telephone us. I
1' 1 Emblem Tag; &$$& 1
aaHi I itteyourguar- ff rnBa! H I
HE! I t"ofMaz- MgW I
j I Ogden Steam 1
I 1 Laundry I
I j I Phone 175. I
! I 437 25th St. J
I CONTENTMENT IN I
OLD AGE I
Wie is he who looks 1
ahead and starts to save I
early in life. It helps to I
cultivate a habit which 1
provides for the happi- I
ness, comfort and re- I
quirements of old age. I
Bank you spare cash with I
4 Per Cent Interest Paid 1
on Savings Accounts. I
OGDEN, UTAH, B I
tubes of cardboard. This ' makes a
smoother cloth, witli fewer creases,
which is of course to be desired.
A Vacant-House Party.
Not long ago a mother with several
children gave a vacant-house purty
For a small aum she obtained per
mission from the owner of a large and
delightful house on the edge of a su
burb to use it for the party. The
house had been vacant for several
months and was on the resting mar
ket. She mado practically no prepar
ations for the jxirty, oxceptlng to
supply a very substantial repast, which
she stowed away in her automobile
Sho reached the house with the chil
dren, so that they should have all the
fun of opening the big empty house
And fun it was. They were cau
tioned to hurt nothing, but otherwise
they were left free to explore every
nook and cranny of the old house.
They played blind man's buff in the
attic and fox-and-gcese from there to
the cellar and back again. They help
' ed build a fire in the big living room
fireplace, and they helped spread out
the feast, when the time came, on
paper tablecloths on the living room
floor. They had beon asked to wear
old clothes, so dust and cobwebs had
no bad results, and for each child
thero was a straw or cretonne cush
ion, so that they did not catch cold.
The party was a great success and
might be modified in many ways to
make children happy.
Eggs Creamed on Toast.
Eggs creamed on toast are econom
ical even when eggs are expensive.
Prepare a plain but smooth and thor
oughly cooked cream sauce. Use five
hard cooked eggs for a family of sev
en. Slice into two cups of white sauce"
well seasoned and servo on toast.
Carrots With Cream Sauce.
Slice carrots in thing rings and
cook in as little water as possible
without burning. Add butter and salt
and serve with a cream sauce flavor
ed with grated nutmeg
Minced Cranberry Sauce.
One quart of cranborries minced
this mild, family remedy to avoid illness,
and to improve and protect their heal th.
They keep their blood pure, their
livers active, their bowels regular and
digestion sound and strong with
Largest Solo of Any Mediclno in the World.
Sold overrwhoro. In boxes, 10c, 25c.
East side Washington Ave,, over
Wilcox Grocery. Phono 549.
WE ARE UTAH DENTISTS.
Q GOLD CROWNS F0Re
5 BRIDGEWORK FOR$t
Plates $5 up
Fillings $1 up
fine; covor with two cupo of cold wat
er and cook half an hour. Add three
cups of granulated sugar and cook
until sugar Is dissolved, then turn
into an earthen bowl. Let stand and
One-half cup butter, three-quarters
cup sugar, one egg and one yolk, one
cup strained honey, grated rind of one
lemon, three cups flour, teaspoon bak
ing powder. Cream butter, sugar and
eggs together, add other Ingredients.
The dough should be firm enough to
be easily handled (so add a little
more If necessary ) Knead slightly
a little at a time. Roll Into a thin
sheet and cut in caxCCB. Set the
shapes in a buttered pan, beat the
white of an egg (left over for that
purpose) a little, and use it to brush
over the cookies in the pan, then
sprinkle on some finely chopped
blanched almonds and smudgo with
Kept Getting Larger. Skin Red,
Inflamed and Irritated, j Started
to Smart. In Two Weeks
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My troublo was rinrform and the way
It started was by having a few plmplos on
my cliln. At flrat I didn't pay ery much
e.ittontlon but It kopt on
getting larger and I dldn t
knon- what to do. The skin
was red and Inflamed and my
faco was disfigured for tho
tlmo being. Tho breaking
out was Itchy and It started
to smart and my faco was
- "It came to my mind that
Cuticura Soap and Ointment might bo x
benefit so I tried them. First I put tho
Ointment on and then bathed my face with
Cuticura Soap. I Vopt it up for two weeks or
leaa and I was healed." (Signed) William
Becchy, Richland. Wash., July 24, 1915.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dopt. T, Bos
ton." Sold throughout the world.
NORTH ROAD WORK
Salt Lake, May 13. Road work in
the northern part of the state Is pro
gressing nicely, according to E. K.
Morgan, state road engineer, who re
turned yesterday from an inspection
trip through Cache, Boxelder and
Weber counties. The work in Boxeld
er county is in the way of general
improvements, but in Cache county it
is confined chiefly to grading between
Mendon and Cache Junction. The
work in Weber county consists chiefly
of resurfacing and oiling the highway
between Ogden and North Ogden.
This stretch was oiled last year and
so successful was the experiment that
the oiling process is being repeated.
Mr. Morgan also reports work pro
gressing nicely on the road through
Sevier canyon, between Richfield and
Marysvale. The road, which it is ex
pected will be completed this summer,
will lower the grade some eight hun
dred feet and shorten the distance be
tween the two towns several miles.
Much of the work is of a heavy na
ture and the greater part of tho sum
mer will bo required to bring about
the completion of the new highway.
$100 Reward, $100
The Jcndors of tbls nnpor will b" pleased to
arn that there Is at J east orr dreaded dlHcane
that science bus boon able to euro In all Ita
atacca, Jind that Is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive euro now known to the med
ical fraternltr. Catarrh belnc a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure In taken Internally, nctlnsr
directly upon tho blood nnd mucous surfaces of
the sjrBtcm, .thereby destroying tho foundation
of the disease, nnd clTlne the patient strength
by building up the constitution and BMlstlng na
ture In dolnc 1U work. The proprietors ha-ro
so much faith In Its curatlvo powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It
falls to enrc. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggist, 75c.
Talco Hall' Family Pills for constipation.
, ifelf Surtimer
May 13, 17, 20, 24,27, 31;
June 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28." -'
July 5, 12, 19, 26; K - N
August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; ' " '
September 6, 13. ' ".
' Hnal Return Limit October 31, 1916.
Following LW Round Trip Fares From Ogden :
c?hiB $58.00 Omaha u0 n0
t. Paul ; 56.44 Kansas City ....'" 40 00
St. Louis 51.20 Memphis ..... g0 00 '
peona .. 57.28 Denver.. 09'S
Colorado Springs $22.50
Pueblo 22.50 '
Diverse Jttoutes , Stopovers
CITY TICKET OFFICE
J . Orpheum Block, 2514 Washington Ave. ,"
I "p. ' Phono 2500. ' " 'A
I - '-O-Vv'
WH.CHEVER3 PAUL L BEEmc
General Agent lty Pass. 4 Tfct. Aflf.R
Salt Lake, May 13. Representa
tives of a number of social welfare
organizations In Salt Lake City aa
well as individuals who take an In
terest in charitable enterprises, gath
ered in the city council chamber at
the City and County building yester
dny afternoon for tho first social wel
fare conference ever hold here. Tho
meeting was called by the Charity Or
ganization society and Mayor W.
Mont Forry presided as chairman of
The purpose of tho organization
were outlined and It was explained by
General Secretary W. J. Deeney of the
Charity Organization society that
monthly meetings would be held In
tho future. Mr Deeney said that it
was proposed through the conference
to exchange ideas and methods and
bring ab(5ut closer co-operation be
tween the societies and Individuals
doing social welfare and charltablo
work in the city.
Similar conferences are hold in al
most every large city where there arc
social problems to meet, Mr. Deeney
said, and they resulted In more suc
cessful and effective work. Speakers
at the meeting yesterday urged that
workers here taken an interest in the
conference as a means of bringing
about greater effectiveness and bet
ter organization here.
Want to Organize.
Charles Do Forrest, field secretary
of the National Association for the
Prevention of Tuberculosis, was tho
principal speaker ot the meeting yes
terday. It is the aim of the officers
to have another expert in some line
of social welfare work lecturo at the
meeting next month
Mr. De Forrest explained that his
particular mlslon in Utah at this time
was tho organization of a Utah Public
Hoalth association, the membership of
which was to be composed of all per
sons interested in the promotion of
public health measures. Similar as
sociations now exist and do execel
lent work in forty states, ho said.
A meeting has been called to con
i ene at 8 o'clock next Friday night
in the Hotel Utah, when the associa
tion will be officially launched. Mr.
De Forrest announced yesterday that
a committee had been appointed to
draft the constitution and by laws and
attend to other details incidental to
tbi preliminary organization.
The members of this committee are
Dr. T, B. Beatly, secretary of the
state board of health and president
of the Charity Organization society;
Mrs. Arthur H. S Bird. AV J Deeney,
general secretary of the Charity Or
ganization societ ; Dr II. P. Kirtley
and Miss Kate Williams, all of Salt
Lake; President George H. Brlmhall,
of the Brigham Young university,
Provo; Mrs James Canse, Ogden;
Mayor A R. Hey wood, Ogden; Su
perintendent E. S IIinckle, of the
State Industrial school, Ogden; Q. B.
Kelly, of Bingham; Dr H. G. Merrill,
of Provo; President-elect E. G. Peter
son, of the Utah Agricultural col
lege, Logan, President-elect John A.
Widtsoe, of the University of Utah.
First Presbyterian John Edward
Carver, pastor Morning worship at
11. Mothers' day sermon and music,
theme, "The Sweetness of Poetry and
the Bitterness of Prose in the Reali
ties of Motherhood." Music by Mr.
Manning and Miss Chausse and An
derson. Sunday school at 12-15; en
deavor at 6-30; evening service at 8;
Baccalcrreate services of Ogden high
school, theme. "The Victories of
Youth." Music by Misses Pierce.
Griffin, Laird, Hunter and Anderson.
First Congregational Adams ave
nue near Twenty-fifth street, Rev.
Frank G. Brainerd, minister. Morn
ing worship at 10:30; Sunday school
at 11.30. A special "Mother's day"
service has beon arranged for the
hour of morning worship. Dix-Logan
Post No. 3, G. A. R. The Womans'
Relief Corps, and the Lincoln Circle
have accepted Invitations to be pres
ent at the service. The ortler of serv
ice is as follows: Prelude, "Appear
ing" (Kussner), Miss Alice Gray;
doxology, invocation, hymn 8, "SongB
My Mother Taught Me" (Dvorak).
Miss Marion Browning; reading (se
lected), Miss Dorothy McGaw; an
nouncements, offertory, "Serenade"
(Schubert), Miss Alice Gray; "Life's
Lullaby" (Lane), Mr. E. L. Howes;
prayer, sermon, "The Mother's Influ
ence"; preacher, Rev. Edwin A. Wal
do; "Largo" Handel) Miss Helen
Hunter; hymn 85, benediction. At
the hour of evening worship the con
gregation will join In the service to
be held at the Presbyterian church
where the Rev. Dr. Carver will preach
the Baccalaureate sermon before the
graduating class of the high school.
First Baptist Grant avenue and
Twenty-fourth street. George F.
Lowe, pastor. Bible school, 10 a. m.
Mr. Carlisle Stevens, superintendent
Morning worship, 11 a. m., "Mothers'
Day," sermon by pastor. Mr. Jay
Smith will sing "Mother's Rose," by
Galloway. Mrs. Wayne Smith will
sing "One Fleeting Hour," by Lee. B.
Y. P. U. Junior and Senior societies
wil Ihave a Joint meeting at 7 p. m.
led by Miss Hellen M. Browning lead
er of the Junior society, subject,
"What Does Christ Want Us to Do?"
Dr. A. W. Rider, secretary of Home
and Foreign Missions for tho South
west district Is expected to be with us
for the evening hour; valso Dr. John
F. Watson of Los Angeles is expect
ed to be in the evening service. The
CHICHESTER S PILLS
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-r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
tsam 838 aiaia am gBsga
NEW BRIGHAM HOTEL
t One block from depot, 24th and
Wall. Rates 75e nd up; reduced
far permanent guests. Strictly
modern and only fireproof In city.
THEO. GORIE, Prop.
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Ordinance of Baptism will be admin
istered at the opening of tho evening
service. The Ladles Kensington will
meat Wednesday, 2:30 p. m. at tho
boue of Mrs. J. G. Gebhart, 2G21 Bar
low avenue. Mrs. J. B. Grace and
Mrs. John H. Gebhart hostessos.
First Church of Christ 8clentiat
Corner Twenty-fourth and Monroe av
enue. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.; subject, "Mortals and Im
mortals." Sunday school at 9:45 a.
m. Wednesday evening testimonial
meoting at 8 o'clock.
First Christian 2320 Washington
avenue. 10 a. m.f bible school; 3 p.
m., Reverend Chester A. Snyder, pas
tor of Salt Lake Central Christian
church will preach. The public is ex
tended an Invitation to attend.
First Methodist Episcopal 454
Twenty-fourth street, G. F. Rassweil
er, pastor; MIsb Mabel Lamb, dea
coness; H. A. Seip, Sunday school su
perintendent; Miss Vera Frey, pipe
organist; Miss Rosamond Laird, choir
leader. 10-30, Mother's Day Service.
Miss Rosamond Laird will sing, "My
Hymn to Mother." Sermon on "A
Mother In Israel." 7 p. m., Epworth
leaguo. No evening service on ac
count of the baccalaureate service in
the Presbyterian church. Wednesday
at 8 p. m. church prayer meeting.
Thursday, 2:30 p. m. the Ladies' Aid
society will meet at the home of
Mrs. D. A. Stark, 2908 Adams avenue.
Mesdames M. H. Mnlwitz, H. L. Grif
fin and S. P. Eisonberg will bo the
Sixth Ward A Mothers' day pro
gram will be given in the Sixth ward
at 7 p. m., Sunday. Program: Song,
"My Mother Dear," Choir or Quar
tette; prayer, Sister Isabella Foulger;
music, Nylandcr and Co. Music. Sac
rament, Sacramental Sentiment, Song
choir. Reading of composition, Praise
to Motherhood. Music, Nylander &
Co. Song, Rock Me to Sleep Mother,
W. S, Wrightj Rose distribution,
Committee. Talk by Sister Morrell.
Solo, Sister Guy Clark. Special, Ed
na Kohn, solo. Talk by George S.
Song by choir, Benediction.
A. M. E. Church 2817 Pingreo
avenue. Emtyr chapel. Morning,
services, 11 a. m.; St. John 19:-27.
Sabbath school, 12:30; evening serv
ices, 830 With Wall street church,
Pingree avenue church combined in
a Mother's day program. All are
cordially invited. Rev. B. H. Moore,
Church of the Good Shepherd
(Episcopal) Twenty-fourth and Grant
avenue, William W. Fleetwood, rector.
Holy communion, S a, m.; Sunday
school, 9'45; morning prayer and ser
mon by the rector, 11 a. m.
Fifth Ward Mothers' day services,
Filth ward Sunday. Program:
Song. Mrs Mary Farley; pray
er, Mrs. Charlotte Driver; song.
Mrs. Mary Farley; sacrament music,
Mrs. Annie Noble; address, Mrs. Zina
Y. Card; piano solo, Miss Alma
Bauer; reading, Miss Llla Eccles;
singing by the congregation; benedic
tion, Mrs Edith Volker. Carnations
will be distributed to tne moiners.
Danish Lutheran John Lund, pas
lor. Services at 3:30 p. m. in the
Swedish Lutheran church, corner of
Twenty-third street and Jefforson av
enue. Christian Reformed Corner Thirty
first street and Washington, William
WeBtenburg, elder. Holland services
at 10.30 a. m., and 730 p. m.; Sun
day school at 11:45; Sunday school,
Wall street, 3 p. m.
Immanuel Baptist Mission 282
Twenty-sixth street, J. V. Cody, pas
tor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock led
by T P Preshaw, superintendent.
Preaching at 11. B. Y. P. U. devo
tional meeting at 7 p. m.F topic, "What
Does Christ AVant Us to Do?" Sermon
at 8 o'clock. Mid-week prayer serv-
Fashion's Choke. Bfc,
A soft, refined, v-SSB
pearly- white p- S SaBaS
Clearance, the (Kara tL. 3C
choice of Ladles of C0Kt. 7i)v
Society, is readily AV5jrtvii V
obtained by tie aB$Ve&vi
Oriental! VfgljL I
Cream V- I
Refreshing land heallnfito the skin. The
f perfect, non-greasy liquid face cream. Use
Iton the hands. Removes decolorations
Serial 1 Oo. Ur trial alia
I FERD. T. HOPKINS & SON. New York City
Consult County Clerk or the Rcbdoo
tlv Signers for (further
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the District Court o the Second
Judicial District of the State o Utah.
In and for the County of. Weber.
In the matter of tho estate of
Hyrum Roylance, Deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchers to the undersigned, at the
office of Joseph E. Evans, Suite 518,
David Eccles Building, in Ogden,
Utah, on or before August 19, 1916.
Dated, Ogden, Utah, April 14, 1916.
JOSEPH E. EVANS,
Attorney for Administrator.
First publication, April 15, 1916.
Last publication, May 13, 1916.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given by the un
dersigned Executor of the Estate of
Anna Peterson Rasmussen, sometimes
known aa Ane P. Rasmussen, de
ceased, to tho creditors of, and all
persons having claims against tho
said deceased, to exhibit such claimB
with the necessary vouchers within
four months after the first publication
of this notice, to the said executor, at
the offico of W. H. Reeder, Jr., At-torney-at-law,
629 David Eccles Build
ing, Ogden, Utali, which said office
the undersigned selects as his placo of
business in all matters connected I
with the said estate. I
JOSEPH L. PETERSON, I
Executor of tho Last Will and Testa- '
ment of Anna Peterson Rasmussen. I
W. H. REEDER, JR., I
Attorney for Executor. I
Dated and first published at Ogden, '
Weber County, Utah, on the 26th day
of February A. D 1916,
I H6IET i J
111 li IMPOSED' BY II ,;;
III I SAN FRANCISCO 1 1 :
It 11, HM-r.pqwDjj 1 :
ice Wednesday at 8 p. m. i
St. Paul's Evangelical Jefferson
avenue and Tweutj'-third street, B. H.
Leesmann, pastor. Sunday school, 10
a. m.; services: German, 11 a. m.;
English, 7:30 p. m. Special meeting
of the members of the congregation,
Friday at 7:30 p. m. Object of the
meeting, the parsonage.
Swedish Ev. Lutheran Corner of
Jefferson and Twenty-third street. O
B. Hanson, pastor. Sunday school, 10
a. m. Miss Laura Swanson, superin
tendent; English services, 7:45 p. m.
All friends are welcome.
WILL GIVE SUPPORT
TO DESERTED WIVES
Salt Lake, May 13. Wife deserters
in the county Jail will be put to work(
on the county roads within thirty l j
days, according to a decision made I
yesterday by the county commission, i
Their families will be paid ?1 a day J If
while the men are at work It was j. I
practically decided that the first road J
work to be done would be In Parley's I 1
canyon, and about twenty men will 1
be put on the job. t. '
County Attonioy H L Mulliner ad- Jj4
vised the commission that Governor m
William Spry had expressed his will. i
ingness to extradite deserting hus- i i
bands who sought to evade family re I jj
sponsibilities by leaving the state only )
in the event that the county put them f I
to work when they were brought t
back. In view of this the commission 1'
decided to prepare at once to have j 8
the prisoners put to work, especially i ft
those held for non-support.
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everything llElSlli H
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Pacific Northwest (
ROUND TRIP Li
Daily up'to September 30th
01tland - - ?40-00 1 Los Angeles o I -
pokane 40-00 San Diego $40.00 L
acfa 45.80 Los Angeles and '
Seattle 47.60 San Francisco 40.00 L
Portland, San Francisco. . .$58.50 '-
Including Los Angeles 68.50 '
Ketum Limit, October-31st 1 VJ
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CITY TICKET OFFICE I
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