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6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 18 1909
I I OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
I I Ways About the House 1
s HMO women kof p on hand a sheet of
Bit an glass to UM protecting pud
dings or JHiicft from dust or germs
w lieu standing cut a window Bill or out
d 1 Mora to cool
To peel oranges pour scalding water
ever < them and let them stand flvf min
utes You will save time in peeling
thom The thick white skin that is so
hard to get oft will com off with the
outside peeling and the fruit wlil be
ready to slice
The busy housewife who dreads darn
ing day may not know that paraffin
rubbed on the heels of stockings re
i HIPS friction and saves many a jagged
hole Waffles are much lighter if made
with sour cream and the batter kept
rather thin T J eat with them try
chicken gravy or cinnamon and sugar
mixed or lumps of maple sugar melted
down and served hot
A woman who always has delicious
little 1 cakes and cookies on hand keeps
a cut of lemon or orange in the jar with
them to give a faraway and delight
ful flavor
Tomato Luncheon Dish
IVel three large ripe tomatoes and
r < move the seeds Remove the seeds
from two green peppers Peel three
large boiled potatoes and chop all o
jff ther fine with a small piece of onion
Put into a frying pan with a piece of
butter the size of an egg cook for eight
or ten minutes then stir in four eggs
and cook until they are done
Maple Sugar Cake
There is i nothing more delicious than
the fiavor of maple sugar and the cake
for which a recipe is here given is well
worth trying One teaspoonful of bak
ing powder mixed into five cupfuls of
flour three cupfuls of granulated ma
pl > sugar one cupful of butter the
yolks of rive eggs one cupful of sweet
milk Cream the sugar and butter to
gc i her beat in the eggs and milk mix
in the flour and last of all add the
whites of five eggs whipped to a stiff
froth Beat the whole until perfectly
smooth pour into a deep cake pan and
bake in a moderate oven
Deviled Tomatoes
Make a sauce of one tablespoon of
French mustard and same of butter one
teaspoon of pepper sauce the juice of a
small lemon one teaspoon of currant
Jelly and a little salt Peel large firm
tomatoes and cut in thick slices dip
each slice in the sauce lay in a baking
< i i stt and bake for fifteen minutes then
take up carefully on a serving dish and
pour the remaining sauce over them
Scrambled Fish
nat up three eggs add one table
Ionful i of cream or milk season with
Tqplr i and salt Melt two ounces of
butter in a stewpan and to this add two
01 three ounces of flaked flail any
white fish free from skin and bone will
I fry for a few seconds and then add
th eggs Stir well over the fire until
i ir mixture thickens and serve very
1 > t piled upon slices of hot buttered
ta t
To Remove Grease From Silk
I Hate French chalk thickly over the
i hover with brown paper set on it
t flatiron and let It remain until
i repeat if necessary The iron must
i t bo so hot as to burn paper or cloth
r > jiimon chalk may be used but it Is
11 i as good
Simple Remedy far Burns
Mx one large tablespoonful of baking
o it 4 saleratus in a cup of cold water
am I sop on Immediately with a soft thin
e of muslin or linen While that is
i peel and scrape raw potato enough
I make a poultice and apply with the
oo i potato directly on the burn Bind
f i and leave there until the patient
quieted and the heat removed Then
IM once more either in soda or sweet
1 with always a thin soft muslin
Mapped lightly around it This was
h 01 1 in my own family on a daughter
ito HS seriously burned
Mexican Sugar Candy
Ihtve l ready a half pint of pecan
MI I it < Put a cup of granulated sugar
t an iron saucepan and stir until It
I
its Do not let it burn Take from
i < tire and when slightly cooled add
ip of milk a cup of sugar and stir
r I the ire until the mixture forms a
i ll 1 when dropped into cold water Take
M oni the fire add the nuts and stir until
i no mixture granulates Turn Info shal
i tr greased pans and when cold break
iHto irregular pieces
Butter SMtoh
1 rut two pounds of brown sugar a
in l pint of water and a little cream of
Boil without
n i rtr into a saucepan
I mints for nearly twenty minutes
Pen 1 add tour ounce of butter a little
dt a time end boil until It hardens in
l water Pour on the butteled tins
uul i when slightly cooled mark In
lures with a knife When cold break
to t i squar
OldFashioned Molasses Candy
Take a half pound of brown sugar
u quarti r pound of butter and tvo
ups of molasses Boll in a saucepan
yetii < i it hardens in water Add shelled
i taunts or chopped nut meats and pour
u wellbuttered tins It may be pullad
if desired
Quaint Table Decorations
1u mg < mou hostess who wished to
EIM a dliiitT to her husbands friends
arranged a unique way of lighting the
Tbli
Forming ao outer circt around the
i riitrr ief < a a row of candle lamps
noil l into h j or steins of brown and yel
i > tv The shades in deep yellow paper
v n painted l in a conventional pattern
i i M linked pipes worked up into red
i h brown and gold paint
I1p i l enterpiece was an irregular
mound of steins in different sizes each
one filled with reddish brown and bright
yellow chryanthemums
For a Dutch supper she used blue
and white steins to hold the lamps and
for shades painted Dutch figures in
several tones of blue on white water
color paper
On another occasion she made candle
sticks from cardboard shaped like a
huge cigar and wrapped with brown
paper They were put in small brass
holders The shades were Spanish danc I
Ing darts with tambourines senoritas
smoking cigarettes toreadors drawn in
black outline on yellow cardboard and
the interstices cut away to show a dull
red lining beneath
One host with artistic bent evolved
ligHts from four pipes crossed and fast
ened securely to he top of a short
wooden column malted to a square block
to form a sort of newel poet The ped
estal was gilded and the pipes left in
their natural creamy tone In the bowl
of ach pipe a candle was secured No
shades were used
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FItablilhed 1G9
An Inhalation for
WhoopingCough Croup
Bronchitis Coughs
Diphtheria Catarrh
Cresolana Is a Boon to Asthmatics
Does it BOV seem more effects to breath in a
remedy for diseases of the breathing orgaae baa
to lake the remedy liW the tWD1ah
Cresoleue cures because the air rendered
strongly antiseptic ii carried over the dujeased
dace with erery breath giing prolonged sad
to Jtant treatment It JB inTaluabie to mothers
with small children
Tboll of a Con P
lIumptlve Tendoucy
will find immediate relief
from Cough or laflamed
Condition of the throat
I ALL DRUGGISTS
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Send portal for da
ripttre Booklet >
VapoCresoIeBO Co
180 FultoB Street
New York
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The store that dews not ad
vertise probably hasnt anything
to sell which would stand the
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I WHAT A TREMENDOUS
1 DAY SATURDAY WILL BE
Lets have a keartto keart talk
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lfJ < < w the forenoon We are telling > < y ou
t f t this because forenoon stopping
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71 II careful crowd
Ii tt I means care attention no crow
ing no waiting and the beat ser z
vm i I Nl 1 i iI14ii I vice Our displays have been a re y 1
r ± I arranged and are most inviting
kM qt4i f Carry as many small package as possible
r 4 I Think what the Christmas rush means to the
j k 4 delivery menand the tired horses tnd how
rj s I J bad it is under foot If you arc going 1 to + DB
the
to
send 3 our packages away step over
r a postofiice and express booth located in the
F rear of the first floor It will save you goinjfto the express office or the postoffice A receipt will he given you tnd
Ar your package will go on its mission of cheer In the evening music
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MME RHEDA
Will demonstrate Oriental and Hindoo tricks at this store
until Christmas The exhibition will be held on toe second
floor in the Carpet Section at 1030 a m 2 p m 3JO p
m and 6 pm
Among the features wilt be roses growing in three min
utes from a pot of sand The exhibit will be qdue a feature
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Christmas Special in Vilton Rugs
Oriental patterns Choice of four styles size 60x90 in Hart
ford Wilton velvet 1150 This is something unusual in value
also Hartford Axminster Rugs Special design siTe 27xW
inches Same quality as regular 850 Rug while they last 145
We have only 100 of these
Practical Xmas Presents
Down quilts 675 and
up r
Wool quilts 325 and up
Plaid wool blankets 650 and up <
Dainty white blankets 550 and up
r Bath Robe Blankets Material tor Bath Robes
Specially Priced to Close Out
S5c Grade for f9c 45c Grade for S8c
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I Pl Holiday Specials in Linen Dept
Hemstitched Pillow Cases special pair 219
i Hand scalloped Pillow Cases special pair 850
Hand embroidered Pillow Cases special pair 875
Fancy Towels 50c 59c 75c 100 and 125
Table Linens and Napkins Specially Priced
FANCY LINENS
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24inch Germans Cluny Rounds
I Oinch Jap Drawn Work hand painted 69 Gents
24inch Battenberg Rounds and Squares tvlltS
t ¼
tIB German Cluny Scarfs and Squares ff
I Pure Linen Lace and Insertion 98 tents
s
36inch pure linen Japanese hemstitched JJ en
Drawnwork
FRENCH CLUNY
Doilies lSc 25c Me Gte 68c and 95c
20inch Rounds100 125 flM 219
Ifn 54Inch Scarfs regular value J600 special 137
Larger pieces some exquisite designs slightly soiled at aHOttt
4i i ONEHALF PRICE
Womens Slippers Mens Slippers
125FUR JULIETS all 145Splendid styles in all
colors hand turned soles colors and leathers
125FELT C01LFYS nil 350Genuine seal in black
colors with padded felt and tan and cavaliers
solos and mens traveling
125 KNITTED AND CRO slippers in small loath
CHET SLIPPERS in er pouch
all colors and high stock 200 Mens hand made slip
I ing effect pers all the new leath
e INFANTS FELT ers and styles
SLIPPERS rod black 125 Mens and toys In
and blue with fur trim dian moccasins worth
mings 175 and 200
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Buy Him a Collar Bag
One would certainly be appreciated and ours are at a price
l1 that will surprise you
A Suede leather in black brown tan and gray will hoW
12 collars Regular price is JUt for 126
A calfskin In blank brown tan and graywill bold 12 col
lars Moire lining Regular 225 for 160
Moire
A genuine pin seal In black brown and tan silk
450 for 100
Regular price
hold 15 collars
iIh liningwill
Is 1 M for
20 collars Regular price
A size larger to holllO
356 Our filled traveling companions of leather at 25 per cent dis
count
f MENS SECTION
Mufflers like father wearsblack blue
1 tan white gray pink pearl values up to
350 to close at 100 Black polka dot
blue and black with white pin stripe t values
f11J1j up to 125 to close at 50c
Sweater coats Saturday only 25 reduction
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duction
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All shirts in sizes 14 1717 Vs only 100
r b values up to 250
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Strict Economy for Years
Has often been necessary in or
der to purchase what has now be
come a household necessity viz
a good Sewing Machine
The K OB company offer you
a Triumph Sewing Machine which
is absolutely the simplest and beet
sewing machine made in America
today for household use bar none
Through our club plan only 100
is necessary to own this machine
immediately then 100 per week
until fully paid for Please do not
confuse this offer with the ordi
nary installment proposition for it
has no relation to it We simply
own the best sewing machine pro
duced today exclusively for Salt
Lake City and in order to make a
great business of a formerly small
issue we adopt the club plan The
machine itself will do anything
that any other make of machine
will We know this positively
else we would never in the world
put it out with a 10year graran
tee which we unhesitatingly do
The prices range from 14J50 to
45 depending on the style of ma
chine and the case Theae ma
chines are known the world over
by a different name and sell at
about twice our prices
HAND BAGS
Unusually good values for
Saturday only
A 12inch bagguaranteed by
the makers to be genuine seal
These bags have leather covered
riveted frames with protected cor
ners leather lined contains a
large coin purse The trimmipgs
are gilt or gun metal They are
worth 1000 For Saturday only
they are 500
Hand bags of imitation seal or
walruscovered riveted frames
leather lined contains a small mir
ror card case and coin purse They i
arc worth 150 and 200 HMM
bags come in black blue brown
tan and green Dont forget
they are for < J1 fC
tpJUU
Saturday only
Xmas Toilet Specials I
Xmas perfumes in Xmas boxes
all odors The 50c and 75c
boxes 25c
Palmers Violet Leaves or
Palmers Rose Leaves Toilet
Water Our special price bot
tle 45e
Sachet envelopes or bags all
odors lOc each or 5for 40c
Sachet in bottles violet or rote
odors 15c each or 2 for 25c
Xmas Candies
Our candy for 15c a pound is of I
the quality the children like most
the healthy kind
Our Chocolates at 25c a pound
are the 40c guality
Our 6pound hoeD of Choco
lates and Bon Bons at 150 are
usually sold for 200
Big Sale on Cut Glass Fancy China
Vases hand painted China Etc
See the values on our Bargain Tables of
50c 75c 100 150 200 300 and 1h price
All of these are exceptionally fine values
You can make your selections quickly from
these tables Save time in Xmas shopping
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Sale on baskets hampers etc
Rogers best silverware takes a discount
also
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Genuine Mink neck pieces about jO different styles values
up to 8600 on sale Saturday for ljo 1 t
Genuine Mink scarfs and throws trimmed with heads and
tails rallies up to 3250 for 1875
Genuine Mink piece splendid quality also a few muffs
values up to 4050 Saturday special 2500
Handsome Kolinsky pieces also genuine Mink neck piece
large shawl also handsome throw trimmed with head end tails f
Regular 60 and 65 values For Saturday only IS5
Black Fox set large shawl collar and rag muff trimmed
with heads and tails Saturday special set 91975
Large Sable Fox sets large rug muff and shawl to match I
Saturday special set 1975
Russian Mink sets in black also white and abel squirrel sets
Saturday special set 1500
Shirtwaist Boxes Cedar Chests Morris Chairs Pieturea
above 5 each Rockers 20 styles The articles mentioned
above are reduced in price to close out The reductions are
substantial genuine and worth consideration if you have any
idea of purchasing any of these goods
Black Silk Reduced
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Heres the best values in Bla k Silks that we bar been able
to offer In many a month Staple Black Silks at redactions aver
aging a third or more
17inch Blue Ribbon Taffeta a pure dye rich lustrous black
160 quality sale f 110
2 < inch Blue Ribbon Taffeta a pure dye rich lustions black
300 quality Sale I46
SCinch black moire The most fashionable silk shown this
season for waists coats and gowns 200 quality gale 125
26inch Black Davor
Beautifully woven and elegantly finished splendid wearing
qualities JJfc quality Sale 160
27iaelt black Deborah De Sole rich soft finish a dependable vnn
quality 125 quality Sale 9c yard
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Etchings and Water Colon
New Picture Just Received
Etchings by W Bendy Sadler who
draws the finest interiors and old furniture
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and whose work is in the lead of all others in
its class Water colors by H Philip Boileau TVD
We have a large line of his celebrated mocl
els as well as some exquisite landscapes
This now lot of delayed good just re
ceived on which substantial reductions have
been made on account of their lateness of
arrival
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Frosting for Cake
For a delicious white frosting for a
cake take one cup of granulated sugar
foul tablespoons of ccd water and one
tablespoon of vinegar Boll for about
five minutes or until It forms a thread I
when dropped from a spoon Have
ready the whites of two or three eggs
whipped to a stiff froth Add the sugar
syrup to the whites of eggs and beat
syrup
vigorously until it is light and creamy
Spread thickly on the cake and tt
aside to harden It is not necessary to
put in the oven to harden
Baked North Pole 9
Bake a sponge cake in an oblong pan
and when it Is cool split it into two
sheets with a sharp knife Have a
square of cylindershaped brick of ice
cream around which the sheets of cake
are wrapped The cake should project
beyond the brick of ice cream for an
inch or so Cover the cake with a thick
meringue and pack the ends of the brick
with it Then put in a hot oven for a
minute or until the meringue is just
ringed with golden brown Brown on a
board covered with white paper and
when browned slip onto a platter and
serve
Good Carpet Cleaner
A good carpet cleaner can be made by
having a pure white soap in a gallon
of water and letting it boil until dis
solved To this add an ounce of ether
and scrub the carpets thoroughly with
tbe mixture Later rinse with fresh
water
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I SOME USEFUL HINTS
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A small piece of paraffine In wash i
boiler will whiten clothes
Molasses will remove grass stains from
clothing
Fresh mint will drive away thOM trou
blesome small red ants j
Common yellow soap can be used even I
more effectively than rubber mending tis I
sue to repair a torn place In a garment
Wet the cake of soap rub It over a piece
of the goods and after placing it smooth
ly over the rent press with a moderately
i hot Iron
Soap will also temporarily stop a leak
In a gas pipe or in a wooden washboard
Buy a large Wcent dish mop and use
It for a duster It is much better than a
feather duster which makes the dust
fly Like a dry mop it collects the dust I
and can be shaken out
Few people know how useful bran is
for cleaning For painted and varnIshed
woodwork It is invaluable removing the
dirt without destroying the finish
Colored goods which usually fade when
washed will not lose color If washed in
bran water It is excellent as A scalp
cleanser and Is good for the hair mak
ing it glossy Used instead of soap it
whitens and softens the hands To pre
pare bran water fill a small bag an
ordinary salt bag is excellent for this pur
pose with bran place it in a pail cover
with boiling water and it is ready for use
Dissolve bar of soap in 2 quarts of
water Now add 2 tablespoonfuls of pow
dered borax and 2 tablespoonfuls of spir
its of turpentine This makes a kind of I
transparent jelly or soft soap To use
have a cloth to spread some soap on
then rub this over a space of paint and
have another cloth and some warm water
to wash and wipe This saves a lot of
drudgery and leaves the paint bright and
clean
A little alum added to the stove polish
helps to keep the stove bright and shin
ing
Salt In the oven under baking tins will
prevent pastry from scorching on the
bottom
Put a pinch 5f bicarbonate of soda in
the writer when boiling salmon This
makes it a beautiful red color
Take cod liver oil in tomato catsup if
you want to make It palatable
A cloth wrung out of cold water put
about the neck at night for a sore
throat
Batlst and organdies which do not
look well starched yet are limp without
It shoud be rinsed in milk which will
give hem a pleasant stiffness
To prevent while silk shirtwaists from
yellowing always wash them with cold
water and a pure white soap
lliere Is nothing better for chapped i
hands than mutton tallow and will also
keep the hands nice and soft It may be
tubbed < < on at any time when the bands
are dry but the best time is when retir
ing and an old pair of soft large gloves
thoroughly covered on the inside with
i piHl parts of the tallow and glycerine
tn ited together will give the most sat
Isfitory results
If I from any cause your finger is very
painful try this remedy Heat some re
fined spirits of turpentine in a granite
cup and dip your finger in it as hot as
you can stand it Repeat once in a while
until relieved a true and tried remedy
When you churn for whipping cream try
whipping it in a pitcher rather than In a i
bowl The work can be done in half time
When fresh meat comes from the butch
er and is not desired for use at once re
move it from the paper and put on a dish
in the ice box as the paper will absorb
the juices Never put meat directly on
the ice but always on a plate as di
rect contact with the Ice will destroy itt
flavor
To make the air in a sick room pleasant
and to remove all stuffiness or disagree
able odors try the following Soak pieces
of brown paper in saltpetre water and dry
them when occasion requires put a piece
I in the coal scuttle throw some dried lav
I ender flowers in and apply a match
I Dried orange peel burned on hot coals
answers the same purpose
Boiling several kinds of spice in water in
i an open dish is said to be a preventa
I tive against infectious or contagious mal
adies
For white spots made on oak dining
I table caused by a hot dish hold a hot
Iron a little above the marks but not
near enough to affect Ute varnish with I
draw the Iron for a moment to allow the
vood to cool th > n place It over the spot
igain and continue until the white spot
disappears
To clean light silks take a plateful of
bran and put it into the oven When
I quite hot take it out and rub the silk to
be cleaned with the hot bran All dirty
I marks will disappear from the silk and
the ft Ik will look 1ke new
i w hon painting your woodwork the fol
I io line list of colors will give you the re I
quirl i tints Gray white lead and lamp
I baok buff white yellow ochre and red
Dfarl white black and blue olive yel
low blue black and white chestnut
I red black and yellow chocolate raw
umber white red and black lemon yellow and

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