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Wk -THE EVENINCf STANPABD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912, f) H
I Woman's Department
How to Rgfot the High Cost of Living'
IPUmPk PrdSr5601 " Tomorrow-One
rresents Hor Recipe m Rhyme-Out-of-Town Writer
;1 bends Letter Rules of Contest
J PUMPKIN PIE RECIPES.
Some pumpkin pic recipes arc sub
mitted todny and more will be giv
en tomorrow. Tho woman's depart
ment hopes to present a goodly num-
ber of recipes beforo Fridav ovcnlmr,
J and would suggest that they be sent
rj : in early each day.
; PUMPKIN PIE CONTEST
J3 The Standard Pumpkin Pie contest
mi begins today and all ladles who enter
;f this contest should read carefully th
9 following nilcs:
3 $ Flrat Every lady in Ogden who Is
?a membor of a family in -which the
A Evening Standard has a subscriber is
a eligible in this contest.
Second All such ladles to enter tho
contest muBt present their recipe lor
A making pumpkin plo Tor publication
during tho week beginning December
9, 1912, and before G o'clock Friday
livening, December 13, 1912.
f Third All those who present their
precipes as above described, giving
rt their full name and address, arc cn
j titled to make and present a pumpkin
plo of ordinary size at the Standard
'. office at 2:30 o'clock sharp, on Tues-
i day, December 17, 1912, where the pies
a will be judged at once. Only tho lnl
Jtialu of the names will be printed in
the paper, but the full name muBt be
presented with each recipe.
, Fourth Each pie will be numbced
as it arrives and tho owner will be
given the duplicate number In a sealed
envelope, which she will not open un
til the Judging is over.
Fifth Isaac Pierce, better known as
"Pure Food Ike," will be the presiding
judge, and the ladles and gentlemen
employes of the Standard business of
fice and editorial rooms will vote by
ballot, declaring tho winner.
To the first best pie, costing the
least monoy, will bo awarded one doz
en cans of Pierce's ' best pork and
To the second best pumpkin pie
costing the least money will be award
ed eight cans of Pierce's best pork
To the third best pumpkin pie, cost-n-,k
Ing the least money, will be awarded 1
four cans of Pierce's best pork and
SixthThe judges will allow 100
polntB in scoring each pie, as fol
lows: Not over 30 points for general ap
pearance. Not over 20 points for taste and sea
soning. Not over 20 points for proper bak
ing. Not over 30 points ror cost of pK
Total, 100 points.
The lowest cost of anv pie present
ed shall score 30 for cost, all others In
Seventh Each pie presented must
be accompanied with the recipe print
ed as clipped from the Standard.
Eighth Now present your pie rec
ipe. Let there be a regular plo de
partment for the coming week. Pre
sent any plo recipe you wish, but only
pumpkin pies can enter the contest.
Such pumpkin pies as mother used
to make were cheap but good, and
healthy as well as fattening, and
should be Just what i3 needed during
high priced times.
PUMPKIN PIE IN RHYME.
"Editor Woman's Department, Even
'"He lives In vain, ho who may "die,
And never taste a pumpkin pie.'
Perhaps my story is too long,
Just pass tho subject and go right on.
Only a recipe to euro all Ills, -Cut
out sickness and coctor bills,
lUake the heart happy and brighten
A .treat! A home-made pumpkin pie.
"Got the flour ready to sift
And backward your mind will quickly
To tho time when Millie, Uncle and
Slstor Sue and her Sunday beau,
Miss McLane and Prof. Krousc
Ato Christmas dinner at our house.
Lunch that day was not a fake,
Custard pudding and chocolate cake,
Chicken dressing and saur kraut,
Doughnuts everyone left them out
It didn't take long to tell the why.
When mother brought in the pumpkin
" 'Tis hard to say who ale the most,
E. every claim that is made as to the relief M
j given- women by. the safe, speedy and W ,
certain action of the famous well-known m
remedy Beecham's Pills. Headaches, m
w backaches, lassitude, worry, extreme m
B nervousness are deplorable. J?
M They come to many women, at times, Jf
as results of improper nourishment and m
m poor circulation. Wheh you suffer, Jy
try this economical and convenient J
remedy Beecham's Pills. m
m They have corrected such gj
V conditions so invariably whenever jw
& tried, that they deserve &
h Th Faith of Women i)
Sea how certainly your digestion "will jfj
L be improved and your bodily organs j$y
: fe strengthened. It will seem marvelous $$gr
H that you can be so quickly relieved of uy(
I m distress and your whole system toned up. ra
m Your blood will be purified and M
Jf then your eyes will sparkle, your M
M complexion be spotless, your lips rosy, ffl
0 m your spirits cheerful if you place justified a
iS At all druggista, 10c, 25c VK
iF Dirtctxom of special value to vxrnien are hith every box J
.J A CASH MARKET FOR CASH BUYING PEOPLE. I
MEATS Independent Meat Co, MEATS I
SPECIAL SALE OF SMOKED AND CURED ME ATS -TOMORROW IS THE DAY TO ORDER IN QUANTITY I
LOTS FROM THIS DEPARTMENT I
Diamond C Hams, per pound 19c Cottage Hams, per pound lie I
Swift's Premium Hams, per pound . . . 19c Fancy Home'Cured Bacon, per pound 20c I
Armour Star Hams, per pound 19c Medium Home Cured Bacon, per pound lTVic I
Virginia Hams, per pound , 19c Swift's Premium Bacon, per pound 27y2c I
Fancy Home Cured Hams, per pound 17c - Virginia Bacon, per pound 27y2c I
y Picnic Hams, per pound lie Diamond C Bacon, per pound 27y2c I
A credit market cannot meet our prices. You will save at least 25 per cent by buying your provisions at the INDE- II
j" PENDENT MEAT COMPANY. Phone 765 W
M Wr H
Next In order came tho toast,
Decision chose the eldest there,
All eyes turned to Unclo's chair,
And as he hold his glasG on high,
Wo gave three cheers for Undo Hy.
"Don't think I'm telling any lies,
When I say wo ntc five pumpkin pies.
The dog, old Watch, began to growl,
Though he had tho bones of a good
You could see a slight in his big.
For he had smelled the pumpkin pies.
He heard mother say to little Jeff,
Sonny, there isn't one piece left.
"Five spoonfuls of flour dust
Forms enough for the under crust;
Baking powder a pinch, salt the same,
Sift all well and sift again.
The finer the flour tho better the
Be sure the table 1b free from dust.
Ono spoonful of butter, ono of lard,"
Do not mix the Ingredients hard.
Enough cold water to form n paste,
Colder the water better the taste.
Bring the rolling pin from the bin,
Roll the paste and roll it thin.
Be sure the oven Is well heated for
Or you'll be cheated in the undertaking.
"Deep-colored pumpkins arc the best,
1 Remove the seed and it Is dressed,
Do not pare, but bake in shell,
And when done you may easily tell.
Remove from oven, scrape from rind,
You will find the flavor fine.
Beat well two eggs aud In a trice.
Add the eggs and then the spice.
Half teaspoonful of ginger, a sprinkle
Novelty In Pumpkin Pie.
Pumpkin pio served in individual
dishes is a welcome change from tho
old way of serving. To make It, cov
er three cups of pumpkin with wa
ter and stir until tender; strain
through a sieve; add a little nut
meg, cinnamon and cloves, a speck of
salt, two tableapoonfuls of chopped
candied orange peel and a cup of
orown sugar. To the whole add two
cups boiled milk, and when cool add
four well beaten eggs. Line individ
ual scallop dishes with a rich pie
crust, put In the mixturo and bqke
in a hot oven for 20 minutes. A
cap of sweetened whipped cream on
each dish just before serving will add
to the taste. A L B.
The Real Pumpkin Pie.
This hails from a New England
housekeeper, so It must be so. Thanks
giving day is not complcto without
it, and rightly made it even Inspired
Whittler to take up his pen in its
honor. Tho ingredients arc a quart
oi rich milk, a pint of sifted pump
kin, one egg, two tablcspoontula of
flour, one cup of sugar, one tea
spoonful of ginger, half a teaspoon of
salt, remove the seeds and stringy
portion of a uicc yellow fleshed
pumpkin, cut in two inch pieces and
stoam until thoroughly soft; press
it through a second time; fill two
or three deep crusts of rich pastry
made in the proportion of half a
pound of shortening to a pound of
flour; sift a little sugar and grated
nutmeg over each and bake In a mod
crate oven until firm to the very con
ter. E- C. D.
BUY IN LARGER QUANTIES.
"Editor Standard: Tho storo Is
Just a llttlo too handy for most peo
ple. "Judging that this department was
not meant for Ogden in general, but
for the Stnndard readers everywhere,
I -v 111 state how I support my fam
Jl at least one-third cheaper than
most people. I have six children. (
my wife, and myself to support, and
also pay rent I never buy potatoes,
beans, apples, bcetB or anything that
can be bought from tho farmer or
gardener, or by the bushel from the
storo. The storo keeper here takes
a profit for handling a bushel of any
thing. 1 6avo this much and get
"I buy half a hog from a farmer
and get my meat cheaper aud raako
my own head chec3o and sausage. In
the wintor I buy a quarter of a dress
ed beef at a time, keep It In a cold
place, and it Is always fresh. I put
down a keg of sauerkraut when cab
bage Is alBo cheap. I do not pay much
moro for the necessities of life than
I did ten years ago I have a bar
gain with my grocer to let me have
what cracked cegB I use at 6 cents a
dozen cheaper than tho whole ones,
Tho bakor buys the rest. I earn $12
a week and wo live what I call very
comfortably Keep as far away from
the stores as possible; try my way
and save a fow dollars a week. It
will pay the rent at the end of tho
, - '
Tho C L and S. C readers will hold
their first open meeting of the year
In the High school music room to-
morrow evening, December 11, at 7:30
sharp. Readers arc requested to bring
. tehlr bookB. But these meetings are
not only for Chautauqua readers. Aii
who are interested In Chautauqua
work or high class lltei-ature are cor
Mrs. A W. Putnam will lead In tho
review of the book. "The Spirit of
French Letters." Several musical
numbers will be rendered.
' MARTHA SOCIETY
Yesterday afternoon the Martha so
ciety met with Mrs II. H. Spencer,
when they considered the usual mat
ters of relief for the poor. On Decem
ber 23 the society meets with Mrs. II
C. Bigelow, at tho Reed hotel, and at
that time will mako arrangements for
the distribution of Christmas baskets
and relief to the poor families
Tomorrow afternoon, at the home of
Mrs ConBtantino Hansen, 3150 Pacific
avenue, the Ladles' auxiliary of the
at Cake-baking time
It is mighty hard to obtain
uniform results in cake mak
ingif you use butter or lard
because both of these prod
ucts vary so in quality.
Cotiolene is always uniform
always produces good re
sults. With its use, you can
count on a certain kind of
cake being the same every
Cottolene sells at about
the price of lard, and is so
rich that one-third less is re
quired than .J m,
CoKolcae is never HHmH9M
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY"
United Spanish War VotcranB will en
tertain at a card party, a cordial in
vitation has been extended to the
members and friends of the organiza
tion. LEAVES FOR LOS ANGELES.
Mrs. J. B. Kelly left for her homo
In Los Angeles yesterday after a two
weeks' visit with friends and rela
tives In Ogden. Mrs. Kelly was for
merly Miss Paulino Dixon of this
EASTERN STAR TO ENTERTAIN.
Members of Queen Esther chapter
No. 4, Order of tho Eastern Star, will
give a tea in tho Masonic temple to
morrow afternoon between tho hours
of 2 and 5.
JURY ACQUITS MAN
IN RECORD TIME
Redding, Cal. .Dec 9. William E.
Clements, who shot and killed Wil
liam Landls, a merchant, who ad
mitted killing Clements' mother, was
acquitted of murder by a Jury here
Landls, who claimed self-defonsc,
was released on ball after shooting
Mrs. Clements. Ho celebrated his lib
eration by sitting on a porch whore
Clements could hear hira and singing
"Another shovelful of earth on moth
A few days later Landls was shot
dead from ambush, and Clements told
the district attorney he did the shoot
ing "I'm not ashamed of it," he said.
"He killed the best friend I ever had
Tonight's verdict was the quickest
ever returned by a jury In a murder
trial In this part of the state.
IN PORT NEUF
Pocatello. Ida , Dec 10. For the
second time this year the sluggish
Port Ncuf river has claimed its death
toll A few weeks ago the little Bon
of Mr. and Mrs' W J -Thomas wns
drowned and last night as Mr. and
Mrs. J. Jensen were driving along tho
river near Wronstad bridge tho horde
became frightened and backed the rl
Into tho river Mr. Jensen escaped
with difficulty, but was unable to save
his wife. The horse was hauled out
yesterday morning, "ut despite con
tinued efforts all night and today the
body of Mrs. Jensen has not been
found. Under the directions of Fire
Chief McMahon the river has been
dragged repeatedly Even dynamite
has not loosened the body. Mrs. Jon
sen was a moat estlmablo lady and tho
entire community Is shocked at her
sudden and terrible death.
EDITOR IS RELEASED.
Pocatello, Ida , Dec. 10. Karl P.
Brown, editor of the Blackfoot Opti
mist, was released from custody in
tho Bingham county court last Sat
urday and County Attorney James
Good dismissed the case because. In
his opinion, the editor had "violated
no law" when he gave a friend a "nip"
from a bottle In Aberdeen tho other
day It is said that politics had con
siderable to do with filing the com
plaint in the first place.
CANVASS SCHOOL VOTE.
Provo, Dec. 10. The Provo city
school board met today to canvass the
returns on the election held December
4. The clerk of the board was in
structed to Issue certificates of elec
tion to John V7 Farrcr, First ward;
A Q. Smoot, Second ward; Evan
Wride. Third ward; Arthur N. Taylor, ;
Fourth ward, and W. Lester Mangum,
Inasmuch ns there was some ques-
WHEN hector- Habit that continues
ing habit hin- the use of chocolate 4
ders headway hap- for cooking pur- I
piness is handspiked. poses. Next time try J
It's nothing but Van Houten's cocoa. j
Hon on tho election in the Fifth, where
A. J Southwick, the present member,
was defeated by Mangum by only one
vote. Mangum's vote being 77 and
Southwick's 76, Southwick was excus
ed from attending the meeting to can
vass the returns.
The judges of election of the Fifth
ward certified in their return that J.
Leo Brown, when he presented him
self at the polls to vote, was challeng
ed and his vote was sworn in. Wheth
er this will cause a contest has not
been definitely determined, but Mr
Southwick, the defeated member, has
suited positively that he will not con
test tho election.
PLAN BIG ADDITION.
Pocatello, Dec 10. The Southern
Idaho Water Power company, the
Kuhn corporation, which only recently
merged the hydro-electric plants of
Bouthern Idaho, Including tho Ameri
can Falls plant, formerly belonging to
James H Brady of this city, into ono
great company, plans in tho spring to
transform tho Irrigated Fort Hall
tract near Pocatello from a somewhat
isolated farming project Into a sub
urban addition to this city.
Toward that end the power company
will be assisted by the Mountain
States Telephouo & Telegraph com
pany. Tho former company plans the
extension through the entire tract of
Its light and powor lines and the tele
phone company is planning a main
lino through the project, with feeders
leading from it in all ciroctions
INFANT CHILD DIES.
Manti, Dec. 10. Eltzaooth. the 19-months-old
daughter of Prof and Mra.
Charles L. Johns of Mt. Pleasant, died
at the home of its grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. J H Hqrnung, in Manti Sat
urday after an Illness of two weeks
of cerebral trouble A short service
will bo conducted at tho house at 11
o'clock Then tho body will bo taken
to Mt Pleasant, -where the funeral will
take placo Tuesday afternoon from
tho Presbyterian church. ,
ASKS FOR FIRE APPARATUS
Provo, Dec. 10. The city commis
sioners today took up a communica
tion from Fire Chief Joseph W. Lovc
Icbs, in which the chief asked tho com
mission to instnll In his department
a hook and ladder truck. Tho chief
also recommended that an ordinance
he passed compelling owners of all
buildings two stories or more in height
to provide fire escapes. The matter
was taken under advlBement and tho n
fire chief and city attorney wcro In- tt
Btructed to make a thorough Inspec- H
lion of all buildings within the firo jj
limits and report on their condition. j
GOES FOR ALLEGED FORGER j
Provo, Dec. 10. Sheriff George T. J
Judd left here yesterday for Lincoln,
Neb., to briug back C D. Romero, who
Is wanted here on a charge of forgery.
Romero Is alleged to have obtained
$900 from the Sprlugvllle Banking
company on a forged draft In 1905. Ho
was afterwards arrested and convicted
In NcbraBka of forgery and sentenced
to the state prison. HIb term In the
Nebraska penitentiary will expire
within a few dayB and Sheriff Judd
proposed to be there ready to take
tho man into custody on tho Utah
Oyoter Can Change Its Sax.
At the Academy of Science in Parla
recently Edmund Prrier, director of
the Museum of Natural History, sub
mitted a series of singular research
es by M. Boston, who has dlacorerod
that the box of an oyutor often varies
in the same Bubject -without apparent
Another fact ascertained by M. Dan
ton 1b the triumph of femininity
among oysters, tho male being the In
ferior and weaker box, and aa food
conditions change for the better or
worse, thoy transform themselves
from ono sex to tho other.
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. Felix Oouraud'a Oriental
Croom or Magical Boautlflor.
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