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T THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
1 Ladies! j
I When you're through in the kitchen H
M and feel as though you want' to dress H
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M thought of insufficient funds stop
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IF YOU HAVE ONCE TASTED
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1 You will want no other.
I The loaf of quality, quantity and Satisfaction.
I Tasty and wholesome.
I Baked in Ogden's daylight sanitary bakery
I In Sanitary Wrappers by
I THE DOMESTIC SCIENCE BAILING CO
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Imay lease the
I EUHEKA RAILROAD
I There are so many Utah dollars
, wrapped up in the rained of the old
' Eureka, New, mining district that the
report just received to the effect that
' tho Western Pacific Railroad company
may secure the Eureka & Palisade
,. railroad lino on a lease Is of especial
Interest. This report comes from tho
! coast. iyid while no official conflrma-
: tlon has heen received that eithor a
lease Is sought or has heen secured,
there Is a disposition locally to bo-
lieve that the Eureka & Palisade line
would be a decidedly Important feeder
to tho Western Pacific.
The Eureka camp and neighboring
territory, the home of innumerable
mines, haa been shut down tight as
wax since the Eureka & PaUsado
railroad line was destroyed two years
or more ago by a heavy cloudburst.
The road waB reconstructed sevoral
months ago and the line was taken
' over by western Interests from the
; hands of the United States Smelting,
Refining and Mining company, which
, had Bccured the road at sheriff's nalo
Slnco the completion of tho road
this anticipated rejuvenation of En-
; reka and neighboring districts has
failed to materialize, the operators
making the complaint that tho own
ers of the road refused to grant rail
road freight rates that were low
enough to admit of tho shipment of
the low grade ores of that part or
Nevada. Repeated effort fnlllng to
bring about a readjustment of tho
rate schedule complaints are at the
prcaont time in process of preparation
for submission to the Nevada state
railroad commission, also to tho in
terstate commerce commission by tho
1 shlppora of that section
It is generally conceded that should
the Western Pacific company securo
a lease on this proporty, such action
would be for the sole purpose of se
curing business, and those interested
i In mines In that camp are of the opin
ion that adequate freight rates can
; be secured from tho Western Pacific
without -any difficulty
In the Eureko camp are such mines
as Uie Richmond -Eureka, owned by
tho United States company, in which
Is a great tonnage of low grade iron
oreB the United States company would
begin shipping Immediately to Its Salt
, Lako Bmelter with equitable frolght
f rates. It la understood also that tbj
!j Diamond property, owned by the Mc
intosh estate of Utah has been closed,
down, and that a readjustment of
freight ratoc will be the signal for
, this mlno being again placed upon the
J active list. The Windfall la anothor
f property that has been closed, this
being owned by Chicago capitalists,
j and work will be resumed there with
I better freight rates.
Should the freight achedulo be re-
1 adjusted as hoped for. In the Eurelca
I district and In neighboring region
tl within easy reach of tho line there
I will be work for not less than 400
men, while the domandB for supplloJ
it of all sorts for mining, and which
' must be brought In via rnllroad, would.
' open a largo freight and passcngur
'L. business that Is not now available
' while the impetus such would give
t that entire country can readily bo ap
y. predated. In that vicinity Is tho
; Hamilton lead milling district, a sec-
tlon whoso proper development la be
; i Ing retarded by existing conditions,
and near the road is tho Buckhorn
mine owned by George Wingfleld
The Eureka dlBtrlct has one of tho
most Interesting histories imaginable,
the prominent features of which are
as well known out west as tho loca
tion of the camp Itself At one time
it was the banner camp of the weat,
and scattored through the camp are
tho remains of seven different smel
ters that once were in successful on
eration. There are seven graveyards
in tho camp, well filled with the sev
en different nationalities of mankind
who fell beneath the grim reaper's
hand In the early days, while the many
millions of dollars added to tho world'a
wealth via Eurckfy helped make pos
sible some of the great fortunes of
The legibilities of this legion still
are Immense and with the revival of
operations that freight rate adjust
ments promise the old camp will tnke
on an activity that will remind old
timers of the long' ago.
DEPENDS HER USE
San Bernardino, Cal., Oct 2. -Declaring
that opposition to cigarette
smoking by women obtained only
among "provincial classes," nd
"backwoods natives," Mre. Gertrude
Atherton tho novelist, who came here
to speak in bohalf of the Democratic
presidential ticket discussed in an In
terview tonight the criticism aimed at
her by the Antl-Cignretto League of
"Why do these people worry about
what wo do?" asked the writer Thoy
would be accomplishing more were
they attempting to put a Btop to the
drinking of highballs and cocktails
by women. That Is Injurious
"Cigarette smoking by women Is
not Injurious. They smoko light Turk
ish tobacco and do not inhale as do
"1 favor an tl-cigarette leagues for
boys but not for women. In Europo
th women of all classes have smoked
Mrs. Atherton declared that If tho
people of Los Angeles desired hor not
to Bpeak there it would bo perfectly
agreeable to her.
IN NIGHT PLAY
Chicago, Oct. 3. The white painted
ball for ubo in night practice by elec
tric light is a fixture for the practlco
schedule of tho University of Chicago
football squad, for some time to come
at IcaBt. Ab long as the men keep
free from Injuries Stagg intends to
keep them on tho Jump all tho after
noon and an hour or bo after dark.
Lack of a reliable punter and un
certainty In the line are the two bad
spots Stagg 1b working at now.
UNCLE SAM FILES
SUIT FOR LAND
Los Angeles, Oct. 3. An action In
which tho United States govorament
is seeking to exercise tho right of
eminent domain over the vast estates
of the late General Palmer of Colo
rado Is pending today In the federal
courts of Los Angeles.
The government wants tho Goose
Creek road, leading south from Wag
on Wheel gap. in Mineral County, Col
orado, through Hot Springs and down
toward tho govornraont forest reserve
on the Continental divide, declared &
Cooking School Program
(Continued from Preceding Page.)
Take two and one-half cupfuls of graham flour, ono cupful of white flour, one-fourth cupfnl of Cottolene,
3no and one-fourth cupfula of sour milk, one oven teaBpoonful of soda, ono even teaBpoonful of salt, one cup
ful of chopped figB. Work Cottolepo through flour; add Boda and salt to milk, dissolve; add milk to flour,
stir to smooth battor. Dust figs with flour, add to batter. Bake In hot o ven.
Make crust of one cupful of lifted flour, one-fourth cupful of Cottoleno, one-half teaBpoonful of salt, two
two tablespoonfuls of Ice cold water. Mix lightly, roll thin, cover pio tin, prick with fork. Bake in moderate
One cupful of sugar mixed with two rounding tablespoonfulg of cornstarch, grated rind of one-half lemon,
Juico of one-half small grapefruit, y oiks of two eggs, one tablespoonful of butter, one cupful of hot water. Mix
the ingredients, except the water, together, then gradually add hot wator and stir briskly, turn In double
broiler and cook five minutes after it sets. Fill crust and cover with meringue.
APPLE LA POINTE.
Take nice, tart apples, cut Into halves, core, covor baking dl9h, season with Bugar and a dash of cinnamon,
add it little water, bake in moderate oven. When tender, remove, cover with entire wheat bread crumbs, add
a little sugar and melted butter. Replace In oven until crumbs are well browned. Serve "With whlppod crenm.
Note. Ubo even measurements unless otherwlso stated.
'MIPS ad descriPtions f pri3es n tws p- MIBSl
Price or Eoyal Baking Powder.
4. Prize winners will be responsible for tfcic delivery of prizes. A number will be as
signed to each article entered in competition, so that the judges will not know the names of
The exhibition of cookery will take place ?(t 2:30 p. m., Saturday.
At 2:30 p. m., there will be a special lecture on "Kitchen Conveniences." After that, the
cooked articles are to be sold and the proceeds given to the Carnegie Library.
With very little effort you can help a good cause besides competing for a valuable prize.
LAYER CAKE DIVISION DOUGHNUT DIVISION. LOAF CAKE DIVISION
1. Hoooier Kitchen Cabinet. -,. Thermatlc Flrcleas Cooker. 1 r. JeWC" Cab'nct Ga
2. Servcttc. . . 2- Universal Bread Mixer. 2. Universal Percolator.
3. $6.00 Alum.num Woar-Ever R 3. Polourc Electric Comb and
ware. Curling Iron.
4. Silver Clean Pan. 4. One Double Boiler, No. ,1. 4. Universal Meat Chopper.
PIE DIVISION. BREAD DIVISION
1. $10 Set Aluminum Ware. 1. Pelouze Electric Iron.
' . 1 2. Keen Kutter Meat Chopper
2. Guernsey Earthenware. and Kecn Kuttcr Set.
3. Blesell Carpet Sweeper. 3. One Double Boiler, No. 2.
4. Lightning Ice Cream Freezer. 4. Perfection Vacuum Washer.
' First and second prize medals will be given to first and second prize winners in' each
120& POmSSS OF FLOUR FREE
The Hivorside Milling Co. will give to all the first prize winners in the Evening Stand-
ard's Baking Contest, who used their flour in competition, each one barrel of flour.
j.iu. ,.,.. ..ijt.mii Triir i mi-inn tit iiih MMiiiimrmiii'iiiiii nuii infifH'iuakmi.VLjMii n mi
public highway. The road in dispute,
not more than five mile3 long, Is tho
only road the government could use
as an outlet for the forest reserve.
The Palmer estate has refused to per
mit Its use for logging purposes.
United States District Attorney
Kelly of Colorado is tho leading coun
sel here for tho government,
CHICAGO TEAM IN
Chicago, Oct 3 Tho Northweat
orn university football team was to bo
given its final scrimmage practice this
afternoon for the game with Lake
Forest Saturda. Coach Ilammett was
busy today drilling his mon In new
playH. Fish Is still playing left guard.
The team will meet for final practico
FORMER SALT LAKE
BANKER IS LOCATED.
San Francisco, Oct. 3 A mystery
which has surrounded the whereabouts
of J. H. Bacon, president of the
Bank of Salt Lake, who waB in
dicted, convicted and pardoned after
the failure of that institution in tho
nineties and then dropped from sighi,
was solved when It was learned that
Bacon Is the Bame flnanclar who pro
moted tho Pacific Trust company,
whoso president, B. B. Wibur, is in
Jail charged with violating the state
Bacon for several years has beon
living hore quietly and doing buainesb
in a modest llttlo office in the Chron
icle building. W. H. Bacon, his
brother, has been associated with him.
Bacon admitted his connection with
tho crash cf the Salt Lake bank.
"I am the samu J. H. Bacon," Bald
tho promoter, "who was presldont of
the American National bank, tho name
of which was later changed to the
Bank of Salt Lake, a privato concern.
In 1S98 the bank failed.
"Because of that crash I was in
dicted, arrested and convicted for an
alleged violation of the banking laws
In receiving money while the Institu
tion was InsolvenL Before I began
I Will take you
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Shoe Store J
I 2470 Washington 1
I Ave,, Ogden, Utah.
my sentence President McKinley par
doned me, and the nttorney general
declared that I should never have been
convicted for the crime charged
against me. The past, however, has
nothing to do with my connection
with the Pacific Trust Company."
Tho crash of the Bank of Salt Lako.
of which J H Bacon was the con
trolling spirit, la well remembered in
Salt Lake. When Bacon turned the
bank over after the failure, only JS5
was found in the aulta. The failure
of the bank was followed by long liti
gation, during which Bacon was con
victed and sentenced to prison. He
was pardoned, however, by President
McKinlev and never Boned a day In
prison. Many of the bank's depositors
took stock in the Dalton & Lark mine
at Blnshnm, to which personal notos
of Bacon wore appended, as sccurltj
for their claims, but only a smnll
sum was realized
IS STILL WEAK
Urbana. 111., OcL 3. Sorlmmage
practice of the University of Illinois
today developed that tho squad ie
still weak on defense Tho freshmen
plowed through the lino readily and
Haan, the freshman quarter, scored
on tho regulars with a drop kick.
SWEPT BY FIRE
Kankakco, 111., OcL 3. Kankakee's
business district waB swept by fire
early today. Fourteen business blocks
had been "destroyed beforo S o'clock.
Tho fire started in the new Reming
New York. OcL 3. Dr. E. A. Bash
ford, director of tho London imperial
cancer research fund and the fore
most EngliBb authority on cancer
stated in an address before tho Amor
lean Pathological society h'oro last
nhrht that "practically all of tho bo-
AMERICAN HAIRDRESSING PARLORS I
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Manicuring Children's Halr.euttinH.
Hair Dreislng Scalp Treatment
WE TEACH ALL THESE
k We Aro the Manufacturers of
American Beauty Face Powder. Amorlcan Boauty Nail Enamel.
American Beauty Vanishing AmeHcan Beautyy Na ";
American Beauty Cold Cream Am0r,can B Nail 8alv
American Beauty Faco Rouge. and T,nt
American Beauty Skin Rejuen- American Beauty Cuticle loo,
ator. Callus Oil for Corns and Bun
American Benuty Eau de Qui- ions.
nine Hair Tonic. Wft a,30 nande a the oth(jp
American Boauty Coarsee Pore leading brands of beauty prep
Lotlon. , aratlons.
We Manufacture all Our Human Hair Goods.
Chiropody, corns, bunions and Ingrown nails removed without
AMERICAN HAIRDRESSING PARLORS
A. T. La Frenlere, Prop. 410 Twenty-flfth St.
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We have all kinds I
from an Electric Milk I
Warmer to an Electric I
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Ogden Electric Supply Co. I
2448 Wasta. Ave I
called cures of cancer announced '
within th last fow yearn are worth- I
Ho added that the only means of
saving or prolonging tho life of a
person afflicted with tho disease Is by
"Cancer kills one man In every
seven," he said. "In one hundred
families of six members each, equal
ly divided between tho sexes, about
sixty-four,' or moro than 10 ier cent,
will" die of cancer. It is an important
causo of death from 35 years on, get
ting rapidly more so as age Increases.
Caiicor Is now becoming moro fre
quent In young persons.
TO HAVE PARADE
I.awrcnco, Mass., Oct. 3. A mons
trous parade of citizens as a counter
demonstration o tho recent parados
under tho auspices of tho Industrial
Workers of the World, Is to bo hold
here undor tho auspices of the city
government. A resolution passed by
the board of aldermen discusses at
length the industrial situation, which
Is charcterlzed aB a crisis. It then
calls on all citizens to Join in a "pa
triotic" demonstration by marching
through the streets and displaying the
American flag In placo of the rod
flag of the Industrial Workers of the
World October 12 Is proposed as the
date of tho demonstration.
Dublin, Oct. 3. The ''hunger
strike" brought about the parole from
Jail today of another militant suffra
gette, Gladys Evans. .
The prison doctors advised the
prison officials that MIsb Kvans'
condition of health "had become very
grave and the order releasing her on
"license" was issued this morning.
Miss Evans will be compelled to re
port periodically to tho authorities
during the remainder of the term of
five years to which she was sentenced
on August 7 on tho charge of setting
fire to tho Theater Royal hore the
day before Premier Asqulth was to
speak In the theater on home rule.
GOV. JOHNSON IN
Buffalo, N. Y Oct. 3. Governor
Johnson of -California, Progressive
cp.ndldate for vice prosldcnt, arrived
hero early today and left at 7 o'clock
for Jamestown, where he will open
his .third day's campaign in New York
state. Ho planned to return to Buf
falo tonight to address two meetings.
EXPECTS TO WIN
Minneapolis, OcL 3. With Captain
Tobln, fullback, and Erdall, right half
back, in practice again today Minne
sota's prospects in the game "with
Ames Saturday are brights, coaches
beliove. Both Erdll and Tobin wero
Injured in the game with South Dakota.
DIES ALONE IN HOME.
Sprlngvlllo, Oct. 2. Olo Hansen,
aged 72, laborer, who had resided for
many years lu Springville, died of
heart failure this morning in the home
where he lived alone. Ho had been
ailing for several days but was not
believed dangerously III. Hanson was
T&j ,y - I, X
a native of Norway and has some
I relatives residing in "Utah who will
bo eoramunlcated with.. It is under
stood hero that while married ho had
been separated from hlB family for
PAYS TWO CENTS
TO UNCLE SAM
Washington, Oct. S.-After giving
personal attention to tho letter of a
Decatur, la,, man who desires to ease
his mind by paying the United States
two cents, Secretary of the Treasury
MacVeagh today moved the minimum
limit to a flvo cents fund on "con
science" contributions. The letter
''Onkel Sam, United States Treas
ury: "hereby I sond you 2 centa which I
owo you bl mistake. I ore sending
a little article with tho mall and put
a slip of writln in with, after sum
time i thought i did not do right and
regTet. So excuse."
PARTY GIVES LIST
OF STATE DONORS
New York, Oct. 3. A list of cam
paign contributors made public by
the Progresslvo state committee here,
shows that tho party's campaign fund
In New York totals $15,000 to date.
Among tho larger contributors aro Os
car S. Straus. $S,500; Mrs. Oscar S.
Straus, ?2,500; Robert L. Bacon,
The roport shows campaign dis
bursements of nearly ?40,000 leaving
$5,000 on hand
WOULD USE WATER
Ogdensbuig, N. Y.. Oct. 3. The
New York state convention of the
Women's Christian Temperance union
today forwardod a rosolutlon to tho
socretarv of the navy asking that the
new battleship Now York be christen
ed with water taken from Niagara
Falls. If tho request be granted the
union will furnish the wator and tho
Madison, Wis., Oct. 3. Wisconsin's
eleven was prepared for an extra hard
workout today In preparation for tho
opening game with Iwrcnco Satur
day. Tho freshmen handed the res
ulur 'varsltv football eleven a surprise
yesterday. Tho youngsters played
ring around the older mon and eev
eral times punctured the dofense fot
HEDGES ON STUMP
IN YORK STATE
New York, Oct. 3. Charging that
the Democratic administration In Ner
York stato "did not change a alngl
law or a slnglo policy of government
oxoopt for grafting purposes," Job U
Hedges, candidate for governor on th H
Republican ticket, opened bin cam. H
palgn last night with two .speocbos in H
The pitcher that goes to iho boj
too ofton is knocked out, H
A gift horse gets you-in Just aJ H
badly at the feed store H