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I J . "1HE OGDEN STANDARD: OGPhN, U 1 AH, bAJ URDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1917. 5 fW
r jFADS and FASHIONS WOM A TVS P A GE, HOUSEHOLD HELPS II
111 6IRL'S!MGER-RIDES' W HORSE,
I Mm FRIENDSHIP. OF EVERY. SAMMY
Iipf 'A pretty Oregon girl with a
Iff voice like a lark has the boys in
Rtf,,, .the American training campa sing-
lng their heads off these days.
HP . i All the Sammies agreed that
ji , Esther Cobina Johnson had good
if ; looks, personality and a great
i ' voice but they didn't take her Into
full fellowship and vote her "our
little sister" until the day she rode
and tamed a fractious horse that
Jiad thrown nearly every officer In
a certain battalion. I
Miss Johnson Is doing her "bit"
by going from place to place In the
American army zone giving con
certs for the officers and men. i
I f HOUSEHOLD AFFAIRS '
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111 ' MENU HINT.
1 ' Breakfast
. Bread Crumbs Pancakes
t Coffee Syrup
1 ' (Milk and Cereal for children)
i : Dresden Patties filled with Creamed
I - Veal
: t scalloped Potatoes
'' Spinach with Hard Boiled Egg
Breakfast Food Pudding with Cream
Bean -Rarebit Dutch5 Cheese
I I Hot Water Sponge Cake (no
g f f frosting)
3Ej SWEET POTATO BREAD
Wm Make sponge the same as for other
iSli . bread.
fpS I ' Boil one good -sized sweet potato for
2 each loaf. Mash soft with potato
f ; masher; put potatoes into tlie sponge.
i using same amount of Hour as for
vS ' other bread.
H Knead all together, make into loaves
flf r MAKING GOOD MINCEMEATS
Kit - With the conservation of sugar that
lllf i is now being so strongly .rged. hon
' oy, "corn syrup," maple or brown
lilt ; sugar may all bo us6d in place of white
lit . sugar in making mincemeats. There
l , are a number of recipes for preparing
HI mincemeat, from the richest which is
I I , rather costly down to the green to
ll f , mato mincemeat and the vinegar mock
HI ' mincemeat. Both of these inexpensive
I t J substitutes arc excellent and, if prop
HI It i erly made, will give a delicious pie
III filling at vcrymall cosL
HI Although chookcooked beef has gen
I orally been used as the basis of the
Ic4f compound, beef tongue is reajly to be
III If preferred. Boil the tongue until tender,
I I- chop finely and use in the same man
I u ner in which you have used beef.
Nl i It is also best, when making the
illqfjll S mincemeat from the more costly for
f.i'fLl 1 inula, to prepare a quantity, as it re
fim m Quires no more fuel and but little more
SI time and labor to prepare six jars than
WM j are needed for one. Either veal or
8HI I lamb's tongue may be substituted for
the beef. If economy must be closely
considered, plain boiled mutton will
form no mean substitute.
Homemade mincomeat is always to
be preferred to the very best varieties
that can be purchased. As cleaned
raisins and currants can now be
bought by the package, the work of
preparing it is greatly simplified. Ex
act proportions or weight should be
used in the making, although in the
matter of spices, sweetening and
other flavoring tho individual taste
may be followed.
Ncv England Mincemeat.
Mix together two pounds of cooked
tongue and one pound of fresh beef
suet, both finely chopped; four pounds
of Baldwin apples, that have boen
quartered, pared and cored before
chopping; two cupfuls of thick honoyj
one small cupful of molasses, one
quart of cider, two pounds of raisins, I
seeded and cut into pieces; one pound'
and a half of currants, a quarter of a j
pound of finely shredded citron, a i
quarter of a teaspoonful of paprika, I
salt to taste and two ounces of mine- j
ed candied lemon peel. !
Turn into a kettle, add half a cup
ful of liquor in which the tongue was
cookod and simmer for about one hour
and a quarter. Half an hour bofore!
it is cooked stir in half a tablespoon -ful
of mixed ground cinnamon and
mace, one grated nutmeg, half a table
spoonful of powdered cloves and one
pint of boiled cider. This Is a rich
and delicious mincemeat, the recipe'
for which has been in use for over 100 1
I FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK
It is not at all advisable to bleach
the hair. However, henna is said to be
less harmful than any other bleach ofr
Make a paste of four ounces of
powdered henna and four drams each
of acetic acid, white honey (strained)
and powdered rhubarb.
HIngle these well, then make pasto
with hot water.
After shampoo apply paste evenlv
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over every inch of hair and sit in sun
for two hours.
Then wash off all paste in water
without any soap, but In which there is
one teaspoonful of ammonia.
Dry again in sun.
Let cauliflower heads lie upside
down In water for an hour before pre
paring them; this eliminates' dirt and
After baking out the fat from the
tallow of beef, the cracklings can be
ground fine, raised with rice and fried
Dough should be kept cohered while
rising to prevent a crust from forming,
which interferes with expansion.
Carbolic acid is powerless as a dis
infectant unless diluted with at leaBt
twenty times Its bulk of cold water.
. 'HOME HINTS
Always keep a small bottle of Iodine
in tho emergency closet. Paint it into
cuts or bruises; it is an oxcellent anti
septic and hastens healing. Also good
for Insect bites. For enlarged joints
paint every night; rolleves the inflam
mation in three or four nights.
Uso alcohol to remove stains from
clothing or hands.
SOAP SCRAPS .
Don't throw away thoso small pieces
of soap. Put them all in a mason jar,
add hot water and place It near your
sink. You will always have on hand
fluid soap for washing dishes, etc.
SYRUP GIVES ENERGY
Syrup and molasses as well as candy
are quickly converted by the human
body into heat and energy. When you
havo griddle cako3 with delicious
mapie syrup for breakfast the syrup
gives a great deal more than flavor.
Tweeds and homespuns stand hard
wear amazinglj-, and in many mixtures
show soil very little. This season, too,
there are oomo oxtremeiy nice things
In homespuns and tweeds of somewhat
gay coloring. The yellow tones, for ex
ample, have been very well handled,
and certain imported coats and domo3
tic models made up of-Imported cloths
are of mixtures In which soft gold-ycl-low
tones predominate, so that at a llt
tlo distance the cloth looks like plain
Brocades are more effective because
, they are not so common as thev have
' been. They have been fashioned with
skill and care and they show it. Black
brocades with leaves of silver, pale
(gold brocades with great flowers of
i dull blue and black, midnight blue
j brocades with spreading leaves of sil
ver and mauve, are some of the de
signs that are built into evening
gowns that have waists made of a dif
ferent but harmonious fabric. These
brocades can be draped on skirts of
great dignity, and then a medieval
waist built from a solid gold tissue
,band and a jeweled net over the
OLD SOLDIER GIVES RECOMMEN
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have used and consider them 'Johnny
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I quick relief from backache, rheumat
ic pains, stiff, swollen joints, languid
, ness, pains in groin and muscles all
I other symptoms of kidney trouble and
sleep disturbing bladder ailments.
They assist nature In restoring
; strength and vitality, a. R. Mclntyro
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Minister of Marine Reports
Loss of the Chateaurenault
in the Ionian Sea.
CREWS STAY AT POST
German Submarine Bombed
and Shelled by Destroyers
and Crew Jump Into Sea.
" PARIS, Dec. 22. A statement by
j the mlnjuter of marine concerning the
Binking of the old French cruiser
j Ghateaurenault says that the warship
i with several other vessels i was at
tacked in the Ionian sea at 7 a. m.,
J December 19.
i Continuing the statement says:
J "The torpedo struck on the star
board 6lde in the region of the stoke-
hold which it flooded stopping tho en
gines. Torpedo boat destroyers which
formed a part of tho convoy dashed in
the direction from which the torpedo
and volleying shells at tho spot where
it wns presumed the submarlno had
"While the boats were being lower
ed from the Chateaurenault the enemy
submarine came up on her loft.- The
cruiser had sunk to her gun ports but
nevertheless the gun crews remained
at their posts and opened a hot fire
on the submarine which promptly
dived. A second torpedo was fired
shortly after and struck the Chateau
renault on tho starboard side forward.
She sunk by the head a few minutes
after tho captain got aboard a patrol
boat. All passengers wore saved but
ten members of tho crew are missing
and are supposed to have been killed
by the explosion
"Tho torpedo boat destroyers, over
loaded with survivors, renewed the at
tack on tho submarine and two sea
planes bombed her. The submarine
probably had been struck by a fOioll
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so as lo make it impossible for her
to remain submerged, for she appear
ed again and was immediately cov
ered by a rain of shells One of her
gunners was swept overboard by a
shell while in the act of aiming his
piece, and all the others jumped into
the sea while the submarine sank like
a stone, torn to pieces by French guns.
The prisoners number 22, among them
the captain of the submarine and two
"D you have any trouble in en
"No," replied Broncho Bob. "Old
Crimson Gulch never had any use for
snobbishness. Anybody who tries to
start a speak-easy finds out that
there's no chanso for tho luxury of a
After Dr. Carl S. Patton had been
preaching a few weeks at the First
Congregationnl church in Columbu3,
having accepted th9 call to succeed
Dr. Washington Gladden in the pas
torate, a woman member of the con
gregation enmo up to him after tho
service one morning and said: "O Dr.
Patton, I do so enjoy your sermons,
I uevor had sense enough to listen to
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Five Germans Convicted and
Given Stiff Sentences in
Michigan Federal Court.
ONE OF SIX ACQUITTED
Aged Man Cleared on Three
Counts, But Facing Two
DETROIT. Mich., Dec. 22. Albert
C Kaltschmidt, who with four of five
others was convicted in federal court
early this morning on a charge of con
spiracy againsi the government, was
sentenced a few hours later to four
i years in federal prison at Leaven
, worth, Kan., and to pay a fine of $20,
000. It was tho maximum sentence
possible under the law, for conviction
on the three counts against him.
Mrs. Ida Necf, his sister, was sen
tenced to three years in tho local
house of correction and fined $17,000;
Fritz Neef, her husband, and Carl
Schmidt and his wife, Maria, were
sentenced to two years at Leaven
worth and fined $10,000 each. Franz
Respa, 70 years old, German, was the
only one of tho six acquitted on all
three counts. He was .held, however,
to answer to two other indictments
pending against him.
Tho trial came to an end at 3.30
o'clock this morning after a session
of court lasting since Friday forenoon,
the jurj being out more than thirteen
Judge Unable to Impose Heavier
In passing sentence, Judge Arthur
Tuttle pointed out that the statute
under which the defendants were con
victed was framed by congress during
peace times and therefore it was not
possible to impose heavier penalties.
The counts on which Kaltschmidt
and the others wero convicted charged
the setting on foot in the United
States of a military enterprise against
Canada, a conspiracy to dynamito the
Detroit Screw works and a plot to de
stroy the St. Clair river tunnel at Port
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ROCKINf FOR TIME.
A Richmond darky called upon an
old friend who received . him in a
rocking chair. The visitor at once
observed not only that lis best did IH
not rise, but that he continued to rock
himself to and fro in a most curious
way, similar to that of a person sur- JM
ferin from colic. ,
"You ain't sick, is yo Harrison?" jH
asked the caller, anxiously.
"No, I ain't sick, Mo3e," said Har- jH
A moment's silence, during which
the caller gazed wide-eyed at the rock.
ing figure. IH
"Den," continued Moso, why in good-
nqss does yo' rock yo'solf dataway all IH
dc time?" IH
Harrison paused not in his oscilla
tions as ho explained:
"Yo know dat good-for-nothin Bill
Botts? Well, he done sold me a sil-
ver watch fo fivo dollahs, an' ef I IH
stops mo1n" like tils, dat 'vntch don't IH
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