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. THE EVENING STANDARD. OGDEN. UTAH, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
I Woman's Page
j How to Fight the High Cost of Living
J Cheap, Nutritious Food Subject of Today's LetterHousehold Hiots
J By "Observer" and a Few Good
v CHEAP, NUTRITIOUS FOOD
j Why cat an over amount of meat
4 when one can easily prepare other
1 foods equally as nutritious'' Take,
I for instance, rice. This can be pre-
I pared In the following manner: Cook
the rice in salt water until done, then
mix with an equal amount of cooked
tomatoes, season with butter, and
J. hake in a hot oven. Rice can also be
served with left over gTavy.
A cheap dessert and a palatable one!
56 can be made as follows Slice enough
apples to cover the bottom of a small
bread pan Sprinkle with sugar and
tJ bits of butter Then cover entirely
with the following batter: One and
'4 one-half cupfuls of flour, one tea-j
"ft spoonful of baking powder, one-half'
i cupful of shorteninp. a pinch of salt
J Bake quickly and serve with whipped!
cream "1. R- A.'
"Observer" submits a few more1
rfs numbers from her alphabetical ljst of
remedies, antidotes and suggestions
which we are producing in the order
'E Eye. If a small object enter
!jl the eye, drop a flax seed in the eye.
II ue on the back with eyes closed for
Sf a few minutes, you cannot feel the
flax seed and it will bring out the1
5 object on the side of the nose; It is,
i surprising how easih this is done
vl In case of liquids that burn or if;
. quicklime, use 2 pints of water to 1
"Ear. Should an ear bug or an
U llrlng thing get Into the ear of a
H child, lay the child on its side, the I
"j affected ear uppermost and fill the
ear with tepid water; the water will!
I carrv the living thing out. whatever j
m It may be, and the child will be re
I lleved at once.
"F Freezing, Frost Rites For
frosted fingers, put them at once In 1
cold water, if onh very cold place j
the hands In tepid water to which a
half handful of fine salt has been 1
"Fever. A fever patient can be;
made oool and comfortable by fre
quent sponging off with soda water..
DAINTY BLUE FROCK
OF DOTTED MUSLIN
i It i . 4
btu dotted muslin U utrd to
rriak UU dainty frock. The rtJrt la
draped on each elde of the front
from under tabs of Insertion which
extend acroea the front. It Is trim
med la the front with two rows of
chany laoe Insertion and s row of
crochet buttons. The skirt Is iLsht
vy fnrtrd at the watst Una. The up
per part of the corse. ( and sleeve
are of shadow lace and are out In
one. The corsage Is trimmed with
tWWttoas of c-luny and white crochet
buttons. The girdle Is made at black
JT. retret finished with ends In the bock.
e'i The aieere la msde with a puff of
laee at the elbow fll Into a band
using a few spoonfuls of soda in a
basin of tepid water."
Banana Snow Put 2 bananas. 1
lemon and 1 egg on ice. When thor
oughly chilled mash bananas through
a vegetable masher Into a large bowl !
Onto the pulp drnp the white of 1
epR and strained juice of lemon Beat
with a wire egg beater until it be
gins to look white, then add three
quarters cup sugar. Beat until white
and stiff and then set on Ice. Make
a thin custard, islng yolk or egg. half
cup milk. 2 tablespoons sugar" Set
on ice and pour over the scow when
read to serve
Soup is an economical and whole
some addition to the dinner Save
all the bones, boll them up for stock,
then add the odds and emls of vege
tables left over from dinner If noth
ing else, put in a dash of catsup
and you have nice tomato soup.
How to Use Left Over Fat Fry out
any bits of meat trimmings aud add
any other fat. such as lard or butter
which has become unfit for cooking
Thoroughly cleanse or render this
grease To each pound of grease add
one pint of water. Allow the grease
to melt in the water, stir thoroughly
and set aside to cool. When cool
remove the grease and make it into
icsterday afternoon occurred the
marriage of Henry M. Knowles and
Mice M. Preece. Elder John V. Bluth
performing the ceremony.
Last evening at the home of the
brides parents, Mr and Mrs. E M
Preece. 1796 Pacific avenue, a re
ception was tendered the young cou
ple Many friends were present and
participated at an elaborate wedding
After February 1 Mr and Mrs
Knowles will be at home to their
friends in this city.
Tuesday afternoon, the home of D.
A Snivth, 635 Twenty-fifth street,
was the scene of a pretty birthday
'party given for little Mary Elizabeth
Smyth In honor of her third birthday.
About lit teen of the little tots were
present and the rooms of the Smyth
home rang wjth their merry laugh
ter ' A luncheon was served and candy
jand nuts distributed among the
youngsters, after which they departed
ffor their homes, somewhat reluctant
ly. RELIEF SOCIETY CONFERENCE
The Ogden stake Relief society will
hold their conference at the society s
hall In Tabernacle square Sunday.
Sessions will be held at 10:30 a. m.
and 2 30 p. in. Dr. Alice M. Ridge
will be the principal speaker at the
morning session and Elder Nephi An
0 ;rson in the afternoon.
Invitations have been issued by
Mrs. Nathan Kuhn for a 500 party
to be given at her home. Adams
avenue, next Thursday afternoon, Jan
LEAVE FOR LOS ANGELES
Mr. and Mrs. J P. Hall left last
evening for Los Angeles, where thev
will spend a month visiting with
ELKS TO GIVE DANCE.
The regular monthly dance of the
Ogden lodge of Elks will be given at
the club home on Monday evening.
A tkln of Beauty Is a J- l Forever
DR. T Felix Oouraud's Orientot
Creem or Magical Baautiflor.
agfej rw RmrTri Tui, PlroplM,
-ol- TV. Freckle. MMh lUubt.
3 J&XW Bt-. ..'.) Ib I' ttuti- j
rlC- i6E3P T ifA od bri'itr. nd dc
S V17y eS "J rGxl A" detection. IS
ese2 V rW bBw bassucd iss tfst
f a J T 14 r' Dkruueu we
il 1 ' w s?l issteHtobssurjll
- I T) U propTly nude.
r a TJ HI Aecept uo counter
Ay ,Pn Jy felt of ',Ur
AvJj V r.me. Dr L. A.
ySn S SB J,f Batm J to
( J ( X Will QH ttiD .
'GoHrnud'c Crem' tne Usst brmfoi ofeU Ik
tklo pretrtlon.' Fr ile bT 11 dnitxlrti nd rocy
Ooodi Dfler In tb United SUiti. Cnd cd Europe
( fEHO.T.HOPllKS, Prop., 37 Great Jonei Stmt HiwToti
January 2u A good time is always as
PEOPLE IN OGDEN
LIKE THIS MIXTURE
l Ogden people who have tried sim
; pie buckthorn bark, glycerine eto .
as mixed in Adler-i-ka, say it is the
best bowel and stomach remedy they
j ever used, a r Uclntyre, druggist,
Washington avenw, states that
JUST A SINGLK DOSE usually re
lieves const iiiation. sour stomach, and
gas on the stomach QUICKLY. Those
wbo have used only the more ordi
I nary bowel and stomach remedies are
( surprised at the QUICK action of Adler-i-ka.
It would seem that there are not a
few lovers of the manly art of slf
defense in Ogden, judging by the sl7P
.of the audience that gathered nt the
Orpheuni last night to pay their re
spects to Willie Ritchie. But at that
it was entertainment pleasing to anv
one, for Manager Cobs had some good
pictures, an acceptable vaudeville act.
and, to the sport lover better than all
the rest Willie Ritchie, the boy who
put Cadillac off the map when he
tamed the Michigan "wildcat." Ad
W'olgast. In a ring battle out in Cali
fornia some six or seven week6 ago
The audience was composed large
ly of men and naturally they were a
wee bit impatient for the main event
of the evening, but curbed it as best
they could through four reels of in
terestinp pictures and even showed
considerable appreciation of the La
Ro sisters of the Empress circuit
The girls started off slow, but wound
up like winners with their dressing
room scene and Texas Tommv dance
"ollowing They sang a little but
As a preliminary the management
I had engaged Rilly Hemp of Logan
'and Rill Belnap of Ogden for a nan
dioap wrestling match, the former
Increeinc to throw the local boy twice
In fifteen minutes. Hemp accomplish
I the fem without much difficulty
i securing the first fall In four minutes
with a head and leg lock and the sec
ond In eight minutes with a reverse
body bold Belnap put up a game ex
hibition bul the Logan man was too
clever and too heavy for him Jack
Billy Nolan, the man who has made
many a young lad famous and who
hafl a habit of picking winners in the
boxing world, was then introduced as
Ritchie s manager and following the
showing of several pictures of the .n
tere6ting moments in th" late Wol-gast-Rltchle
unpleasantness, the spo'
light was shifted to the champion
himself, a nice-looking. dark-haired
lad of unassuming mien, but splendid
Ritchie indulged in a few of the
practices In vogue around training
camps, such as rope skipping, punch
ing a dummv Billiken which refused
to stay put, and shadow boxing.
Fred Preshaw was the first sparrlna
partner brought on aud for two
i rounds tried his hardest to keep from
I setting hurt and succeeded. Then
I came Harlem Peyton, who for two
round also showed his earnestness
'by mixing It up a little more Freely
1 than did Preshaw. Ritchie drew first
blood from Peyton about ten seconds
after they started.
While both boys did their best Rii h
ie toyed with them both and did not
find it necessary to reveal much of
his repertoire. His ability, however,
no one would dispute after his exhi
bition last night. He danced around
like one on tprings and occasionallv
sent in a stinging left to the face and
was out of reach before the return
He ducks c leverly and it was only j
once or twice during the four rounds
that the boys were able to reach him
at all, while Ritchie seemed able to
break through their guard any time
he cared to. His reach is remarkable
for a lad of his size and his ability
at boring in and backing out of dan
cer was the feature of his work as
he showed up last night.
U. S. SENATOR
Augusta. Me . Jan. 15 Former Con
gressman Edward C Burleigh. Re- :
publican, was elected United States j
'senator by the Maine legislature In
i joint session today
j The vote was as follows-
Burleigh. R.. 91; Gardner. D., 82;
Thompson. P . 7.
Ninety -one were necessary for a
Boston, .Ian 15. The official proc
lamation of the election of Congress
man John W. Weeks as Junior seha
tor from Massachusetts was made to
daj bj President Greenwood of the
senate before a Joint convention of
both branches of the legislature.
SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT CARRIES
Pierre, S. D., Jan. 15. The equal
suffrage constitutional amendment
carried in the senate today with but
two opposing votes This was the
first time it has gone through with
j out a fight
TOO FAST FOR
By outclassing the visitors at ev
ery point of the qame, the basketball
team ot the Weber acaderav defeated
I the Salt Lake high school team by a
score of 41 to 9 on the Weber floor
last night. Rough play was resorted
to bv the Salt Lakers, who were fre
quently penalized, losing more points
than they made.
A feature of the game was the
team work of the locals, who were
heartily cheered by their friends in
the audience. Supported by a strong
field. McKay as center for the local
tc-itn played excellent ball. Belnap
however, was the star in scoring, ob
taining 23 of the Academy's total 11
' Toone of the academv team wi
injured in the second stage and bad
to be replaced by Heiner
V. A S. L.
' Belnap " Siddoway
Jones rf Rowlands.
McKay c Kern
;Tone, Heiner ..lg Ward
.Lindsay rg... King, Romney
Held goals Weber academy Bel
nap 8, lones 1. McKay Toone 1.
Llndsa 2, Heiner 1. " Salt Lake
Siddoway 1, Rowlands 1. King 1.
! Goals from foul line Weber acad
emy 9 Salt Lake ::. Referee Gunn of
The Enamel Brick Concrete com
pan of Utah has been reorganized
I with C. A. Day, of Ogden, as presl
d nt and financial head The reor
ganized firm filed articles of incor
poration yesterday, increasing its
capitalization from $200,000 to $2".0 -1
000 and will henceforth be known as
j the Enamel Brick Concrete Co.
Mr. Daly has !een one of the finan
cial heads of the Marshall Field Co
In Chicago, for many years, and Is in
terested in a number of western en
I terprises. He owns the large cement
plant northwest of Brit:ham City, and
i has invested largely in that industry
.in the west
Nephi j. Morris, secretary of the
firm, said last night, brwever, that
there would bp no amalgamation of
the Dav plant interests near Brlgham
iCitv and the holdings of the reorgan
ized firm "We merely increased our
I capitalization incident to Mr. Day's
I investment in order thai WP mieht
have ample money to extend and de
velop our business," said Mr. Mor
ris. "The increase Is fully paid and
the direc torate has been increased to
i meet the demands of a grow ing busl
Colonel D C. Jnckling also is one
of the prime financial backers of the
concern, and appears in the articles
as vice president ot the company The
firms' holdings at present consist
principally of four acres at Ninth
South and Sixteenth West, where It
has established a brick factory for
manufacture and distribution: and
125 acres of Sandv, where It obtains
its supply of materials for concrete
Secretary Morns said that although
no definite announcement of the
company's plans could be given out
at the present time. wi,e improve
ments were contemplated to cover an
increasing market due to business 1
A MAIL CARRIER
C. R Worthen. sheriff of Washing
ton county, yesterday brought Thom
as LaCross to Salt Lake City and
turned him over to the authorities at
the state penitentiary. LaCross was
working with other convicts ou the
roads near St. George, and about two
weeks ago made his escape from the
camp When about seven miles tway
from the camp he Intercepted a mall
carrier whom he pulled from his
horse, evldentlv with the intention of
getting the horse on which to pro
ceed. The mall carrier suspected
such a motive, and as he was dragged
from the horse he struck it. causing
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plutf do p from tb ftrvae. koodon 3. ll,o original
nd genulno CkHrrhal Jelly quickly Koolbft tt,r wCb
loSMMd tlue tod healf the rw plo. Don't
d:Tl Now It tb time to (jet KoMon . ld bj
utrrtubM. UmpU FKEE froni utooi. Ljj
Kondon Wg. Company. Hlnncjpolls, Minn,
j)SlDENT MEAT COMPANl I
M Ph0nC 23- ac k 2420 Washington Ave.
it to run away He was then as
saulted by LaCross, but managed to
escape and aided in his capture
When captured. LaCrosH was taken
to St. George, where he pleaded guil
ty to a felony and was sentenced to
tcrve eight years in the penltentiarv. j
At the time he tried to escape he was
serving a fen-year sentence for a
felony but by good behavior would
have heen released within about two
yean. His actions during the past
two weeks have lengthened his sen 1
tence so that his term will not ex- I
pire until 1927. He was stripped of I
all credits and made a third termer
jat the penitentiary bv Warden Arthur
The annual meeting of the Utah J
I'mss association will take place at j
the Hotel Utah Monday afternoon at'
2 o'clock. Officers for the ensuing i
year will be elected and other busi-
One of the principal questions will
be that of arranging to accept an In
vitation to visit the Panama-Call-fornla
exposition at San Diego. Cal , I
both prior to the celebration and at
the time it Is held. The matter of
introducing newspaper legislation for
enactment at the present legislature
also will be considered A number of J 1
Important addresses by prominent
! men will be delivered
A banquet will be the main event
of the evening and those in attend
ance will occupy seats at the Orphe-1
I um at night as the guests of the the- j
BOYS' CLUB TO i
The Associated Boys' Clubs of Utah'
will bold their annual convention in
Salt Lake beginning Friday There
will be delegates present from nine
different clubs of Ogden. one each
from Logan. Provo. Garfield. Park I
City and possibly Eureka. The ses
sions will be held at the Immanuel
Baptist church with the exception of'
the Sunday meetings, which will be
held at Barratt hall.
The board of managers is made op
of an executive committee composed !
of Paul Jones. H. H McCartney. Ho-j
mer L. Holsington. Frank Owens. Dr. !
E. G Gowans. the Rev Elmer I. Gosh
en and W. E. Day. and a central com
mittee composed of Robert Porter, I" j
B Stephens. Prof Ed. Hinckley. J R. I
ISegall, B. H Roberts, the Rev. W T. I
1 Bulkley. Prof. P. O. Cross. C. A
Smurthwaite. C L Smith. I J Craft.
IE. P. Mills. Prof John Mills. C. L.
Martin and Dr John Taylor.
The program for the convention is
4 p ni . registration of delegates at
Y. M C A building.
7:80 p m. convention banquet. Im
manuel Baptist church. Fourth ?2ast
and Second South.
Tonstmaster. E M Bagley.
Address of welcome. Mayor Park.
Welcome on behalf of Salt Lake
boys. Edward Biglow.
Response. Frank Owens of Ogden.
Address. "Being a Man." Bishop
9:30 a. m. devotional. Rev. P. A.
9:50 a. m . address. "Opportunities."
I Chief of Police B. F. Grant.
10:10 a. m . address. 'Social Pun-j
jty." lr C G Plummet-.
10:35 a. m., business Besslon
11 a. m . sectional conferences.
K O K V
l 10 p. m automobile ride for out-1
of-town delegates A trip to Fort j
3 p in., athletics and swim. Five
! minutes will be allowed each club to
do some stunt There will be a yell
7:45 p. m.i special music.
8:15 p m . address, "The Making of
Ian Athlete." Coach Bennion. U. of U
'Talks by popular athletes.
9 b . m . adult leaders' confere-nce.
4 p m , mass meeting for boys
i Judge RfoMaster of the juvenile court
GAME WARDEN IS
OUT OF POLITICS
J Sportsmen interested in having the
I game- laws revised by the present i
j legislature met last night in Salt Iak
and adopted the report of their com
linitteemen John N Sharp, j r. j
Ogden Theatre I
THE ARINGTON COMEDIANS I
Three Nights, Commencing i H
I With Matinee Saturday. !
A sumptuous Revival of the Greatest Love Story I H
i Ever Staged. j Hj
, Clever Specialties Between the Acts. IKt
Matinee Prices: 10 and 20 Cents 1000 Seats at 10 cents, jj
j Regular Matinee, Wednesday and Saturday. H
I Evening Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c. j' IH
j Box Office Open Daily, 10 a. ra., to 9 p m. Phone 220 'M
Next Attraction THE BELLE OF RICHMOND "
Wall For 1 I
Burfs Great i I
White Sale J I
TO PIANO OWNERS I
' Do You Realize the Necessity of Keeping Hf
, Your Piano in Tune?
A piano Is very sensitive and -equires careful attention and
J! proper tuning at least twice each year. af
OUR TUNERS ARE EXPERTS. ALL work guaranteed. Ask H
about our reduced rate on yearly contract. B!
GLEN BROS. PIANO CO. I
Phone 181. 2470 Hudson Ave. flw
, I iibbi i ii II.. I. MM li ! I . ill HH
; Chainlerlii and F. E. Scheiski. This i
Ireport recommended that fl?hays!
and screens be used and that her-
I ring be classed as same fish with
trout Protection of catfish, from
seine fishermen was also advocated.
In this connection it was pointed
lout that the company which seines
j in Utah lake and which is said tc
iship out of the state not less than
three carloads weekly, pays only $1
a year license, which is 2 cent6 less
than the boy who wants to fish with
r bent pin has to pa. This phase
of the matter will be presented to
, the legislature.
The solons will also le asked to
send fish dynamiters to the peniten
tiary, from one to three years, in
stead of fining them or giving them
a brief term in the county jail.
The report suggested that the duck .
shooting season be opened on Sep
tember 15, so it will conform with
Idaho's season, and thar for one ear
shooting should be permitted in
.March. The committeemen called
attention to the fact that during the
most malignant period of the duck
vi'leraie there was no money avail
able to pay men to remove the dead
According to the committee, eleven
persons in the fish and game depart
ment draw -.u.'Juu annually in sal
aries and in each oi the twenty-seven
counties there is a county warden
who draws from $3o to $05 a month.
The appropriation of approximately
$31,000 yearly is thus exhausted, leav
ing no money for such work as re
moving dead ducks and making their
feeding grounds more healthful It
was the seme of the meeting there
should be monev available for such
purposes, even if the salary list had
to be pruned.
The recommendations to the legis
hture will contain one asking that
the fish and game department be tak
en out of politics. The sportsmen be
Ue 76 that as long as It is a political J
office, present conditions cannot he J
changed for the better.
VERY MUDDY AND ILL KEPT.
I Stranger tin London) Say. what
jdo you call this street0 H
Englishman absently i Beastly. J
OPENS UP NOSTRILS, CLEARS HFAD,
ENDS COLDS OR CATARRH AT ONCE
Instantly Relieves Swollen, Inflamed
Nose, Head. Throat You Breathe
Frely Dull Heachaci-c Goec
Nasty Discharge Stops.
Try "Ely s Cream Balm. '
(Jet a small bottle anyway, just
to try It Apply a little In the nos
trils and Instantly your clogged noso
i find atopped-up air passages of tho
I head will open, you will breathe
freely; iullnes9 and headache disap
pear By morning! the catarrh, cold
I in-head or catarrhal sore throat will
End such misery now' Gel the
Ismail bottle of "Eh 's Cream Balm"
jat any drug store. This sweet, nag-
. rant balm dissolves by the heat of H
the nostrils: penetrates and heals the H
inflamed, swollen membrane which H
lines the nose, head and throat; H
clears the air passages; stops nasty H
discharges and a feellog of cleaning, H
V orbing relief comes Immediately H
Pon t lay awake tonight struggling 1
for breath, with head stuffed; nostrils H
closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh H
'or a cold, with Its running nose, foul H
mucous dropping into the throsit, and H
ro dryness is distressing but truly H
Put your Tnith just once in H
"Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or H
catarrh will surely disappear. 1
. Ad eriloenionO (5
' MRS. WORRY IT ALMOST SPRAINED JOHN'S GOOD NATURE WHEN HE HIT THE (OUNl) ' BY j A. VOIGHT I