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. i THE OQDEN STANDARD, OGPEN,JJTAH, TUESDAY. APRIL 29, 1913
Woman's Paee S? s r How to Fight the High Cost of Living ' ft False SUndards of Living Burden the Poor Man Huge Crop of High Living Standards Growing in America Children Not U Taught Value of Money or Economy in Using It Mrs. L. G D. r ij Gl"t:J Rc-ult3 of Investigation in Chicago Silk Petticoat Fr:me of Mind Cause of Losing Battle Women Should be Sincere and , (i Well Informed Rocipes. erj . FALSE STANDARDS OF LIFE 9 Cureful Investigation taan brought M to i;- the i'jn K-tion thai Hie flrafC M parnlrin poor m.-ui Is , onlj one of tlj us who lias a right lo complain Fur 7 him In his hare home and ith tii y I growing famil about him. prln- tn j Indred cniolly high. Our false stand- ajj ards of life make his burdi.Mi Kramer 111 'e ;ir,' growing a huge t-rop of thiM- t.'i'-.- si.M.dardi in Lmerica, and 1 the present hlKh cost or living is a forerunner of the harvest to come. W are not teaching our rhildn-'i in IX Bare, to think, or to plan a i ourBi irif action, even the simplest The following examples are to of I mnny t t- mad.- v.-!th school chll 1 dren. While in f'hicngo I mad 1 I attempt to find o u b t parent i ere I I teaching a lorn: il ; nes The con Ij dltionfi are deplorable. I asked .119 children, all under 12. thl queftlon "If yon were given h nlokel. what would you do with It?" Sixty-threr- per cent said they would spend It. U per cent would kiw it to parents. 27 per cent would save It, 1 per cent gave Impertinent answers To the question. 'What would you W do If given a dollar '' the percentage was almost reversed Snveniv-one per cent would sa ii 13 per oenf I would le it to another I .'. per cent I would spend It, 1 per cent gave Im pertinent ans'A . r ! The lesHon Is obvious The cbJldreD had missed the secrel ol saving ab- aolutely How fi v. . ver have a dollar RED AND WHITE VOILE. This sketch shows one of the new boleros, a little draped Jacket that It Vi o pretty made of the soft mate rials mentioned. The bright red checks are close enough bo that at a distance there is quite uu effect of red An underwaist of white Chine silk ! is finished at the neck and sleeve With cream-white lace and closed with a row of bright red buttons Cuffs on the bolero are of the lame silk and red cords are used with the orna mental red and white buttons and to tie the collar. The uklrt is straight with the fullness gathered at the top. and a belt of red enamelled leather, cross by a white strap, is worn. In hand, but how few do not have occasional nickels! To thirty-one girls aeraglng 17 ears this question was put: "Sup pose you need a petticoat and are al-1 lowed J2 with which to purchase it. I What would you do?" It was clearly stated that no names would be re quired .and the answers were, typed before handed to the critic teacher. , Four answers were silly and imperii- 1 nent. Three girls thought the sum was Insufficient Nine Kirls would buy messallne skirts, but nearly all I hinted that it was a little cheap. Six I girls thought they could get a good : skirt for about 52. Two were sure of, getting good black sateen skirls for $1.50, and seven girls suggested get ting various kinds of material and making the garment (or themselves, I four of these seven mentioned eav I Ing a part of the sum. Now these figures prove, in one Instance at least, my triple accusa- tion The children do not understand or care anything about saving Only six of the girls, or 20 per cent, even ! thought of saving, and then had no definite Idea of what should be saved I In this particular case. As to thlnk i lug. it speaks poorly for our times that an Intelligent answer to such a i question cannot be obtained from ev I ery one of a class of high school ' girls As to planning a course of ac ! tlon not one kuew exactly what she I should do Now if these girls were sensibly taught at home and no false stand i ards upheld abroad every answer would have approximated this: "Four yards gingham. 50 cents; button and No. 50 white thread. 5 cents; total cost. 55 cents, with a balance of $1.46 for my bank account. 1 will make the garment myself." Such B garment would exceed in j value any mentioned by any one of the girls, and would have the highly desirable quuiity of being easily, launderi d I have made somo nMir tests alon", thlfl line aud find that children are universally untaught concerning it Parents wish to spare thorn anxiety and care, i suppose, but they are making a mistake thai the school", cannot remedy So long as It is impossible to de term'no by observation if a bevy of girls on the street are returning from high school or dress rehearsal, and 10 long as we are contented to fos ter this silk petticoat irame of mind, then Just so long may we expect to fighi a loslug battle with the high cost of living." L C! D. SINCERITY (Copyright 1913, By Lillian Russe'l) Tho only way to prove your sin cerity Is by actions, you may profess j deep and profound friendship for a I person, and you may mean every word of It. and when It comes to a point of proving it, utterly fail by hesitation. There should bo no -".onslderatlon. , no hesitation, in true sincerity Foreigners consider American wo I men insincere They say they find few women who go below the surface of thing! in thought, and thai few American women are able to discuss tho pocial or political affairs of their I own country Intelligently. This is a hard rap at us. and we I should prove the lie to the statement Il is sincerity alone which proves knowledge. The trouble is account ed for by Ihe unfortunate fact that some women do not take the trouble to go to the bottom of things. 1 mean l In learning. A great many women do Ailing Skin Eczema, PeorlasLa, Dandruff, TNm ploK f.kln troubles of nti kind WASH THEM AWAY with D. D. D. Prescription lor Eczema This mild wiifh will brim,- you in stant relief from that awful Itch Prove It with a &0c botUe. We pmr anleo the reg-ular Jl.oO .iiz- bottle to SMI I OU? illetresb and bCb'ln your euro c your inonrs tSBOk. D.D.U Soap kv L, b. too; utik us. ' Culley Drug Co. . - . The season Is now opened lip or I Rubbei Heels at the OGDEN SHOE H y-mmtm REPAIR FACTORY. Rubber heel. I (EVSMOLES 7Sh -ieM J All kinds of shoe repairing done Q a. while yon vait All wurk guaranteed Is and neatly done at 323 24th St n O Plan Winter Comfort Lt? ou CAn uy eat ou know where Xjjft and how to -ret it. People who ha e in- S V vfe stalled the Campbell System declare that i M VS they have heat on tap all the time, in V A vv all weathers. Call at our store and let us tell you about this Winter-Cha set", the utmost in heating comfort, with perfect ventilation, s-tfety fuel-economy, and ease of handling. I Campbell's will entirely relieve you of rUlanxJctr Tho Campbell System is the ',1m- and trouble on the beating que- pint SBOthbd of he-jttiiiK jn use tlon. The Campbell Heating Com- There are no complex parts t" ret pany of le Moines, Iowa, will sub- ont of order burns any kind of fuel mlt plans made to 6uit your personal slack, bard coal, wood, natural oei'.5.eWe put the fum.ce in by ga.; anything. tho?e order. Aod ii it dew sn't give Remember vie wake pocd or it yoaVrrVr iotiiftution-moist .clean, will not cost you a cent. Aren't you ezen heat of "(J degree we take tho interested enough to come aad sec ey&tcnj out, and refund your money. us about itr NEWMAN 4 STUART. 2254 Wash. Ave Phone 2236. I not even care to learn, and plead Ignorance upon vital subject, such as the suffrage queatfoa and the In augural sp h of the nett- president How can v. omen think or Sincere! upon such nuentlnnp with oul earning thoroughly the subjects? That Is what th forHfn,Prc mean when they say Americans are not ' sincere. In all other countries politics and BOCial affairs are part of the educa tloti nf both men and women They are well Informed upon all such suh'- Jectl and furthermore tbey have I sacred Interest in their own country and its government; they speak from knowledge, while American women! speak from hearsay. It should be the duty of every wom an to read the papers either morning or evening, just to keep in touch with the true state of affairs so Hint .-he eu speak sincerely upon things of moment. Whnt is the use of beauty without some intelligence? Remember There can be no sin-J cerlty without knowledge, other what is there to be sincere about 0 RECIPES. Frizzled Beef Have the beef cut thin, melt a lump of butter the size' of an egg In your frying pan. lay1 In the beef, and cook until it Is crisp. This Is about as good as boiled I bam cooked in the same way. and is very appetizing If you do not Ilk. II quite salt lay It In warm water : for half an hour, take It out anj dry It well before cooking Frizzled Beef With Egg Cut the beet Into .strips, put a table poonful of butter in the frying pan, lay in the beef and cook It until It begins to crisp. Have ready as many eggs as you need for the number of per sons to be fed a cupful or beef will , season from four to six eggs beat them just enough to mix the whites and yolks; stir them in with Ihe 1 beef pepper to taste, and cook until I the eggs are set. Dandelion Salad Select the tender leaves, wash thoroughly, drain, then ifiy on ice to crisp Put into a I salad -DoWl, dress with salt pepper, ; oil and lemon-Juice or vinegar, and garnish With a couple of hard-boiled I eggs cut In quarters Dandelion and Sorrel Greens Wash thoroughly but keep separate, as the dandelion needs longer cooking ihun th- sorrel. Put the dandelion first into s saucepan of boiling water stev. until tender add Ihe sorrel and sim mer until the liquor disappears and I the leaves are tender. Drain, press- ing out all moisture Beat with a wooden spoon, season liberally with butter, salt and pepper, and 6erve hot with a garnish of hard-boiled egg or fried bread points. Dandelion and Cress Salad Take equal parls young dandelion leaves and watercress, wash, chill and serve with dressing. To Cultivate Dandelions for Salad In England, where the dandelion Is comparatively uncommon, It Is raised carefully in gardens as a pot-herb and si lad-plant To grow successive crops of dandelions through the Sum mer, the plants are not allowed to I bloom so that the roots continue Bending up successive rounds of leaves until frost. Market gardeners are now follow ing the example of the English, and dandelions are grown through a deptb of sandy soil or under earthen pors This mekes the leaves dc- i light fully whilo. crisp and tender, and incidentally, less bitter SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES. Aliens Foot -Ease, tho antiseptic powder. Il relieves painful, smart- j Ing, tender, nervous feet, and instant ly takes the sting out of corns and bunions It's the greatest comfort I discovery of the age Allen's Foot Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy. It Is a certain relief for sweat- j I Ing. callous, swollen, tired, aching j feet. Always use It to Break in New j shoes Try it today Sold every where, 25 cents. Don't accept any substitute. For free trial package, address Allen S Olmsttad, Le Roy, N Y . BUILDING NEW LINE IN IDAHO Pocatello. Ida . April 28 Con si ruction has commenced on what will finally be a branch railroad from Alexander, on the main line of the Oregon Short Line to Preston. : through the fertile Gentile valley I More than 500 men are at preseut at work on the first section of the ' road between Alexander and Grace, a - tanC4 ot six miles. The work if ing done by the Phoenix Construe -j tlon company Tho construction is I being financed by the Utah Power & Light company, but will be formal ly takt 11 over bj the Oregon Short Line In August of this year The electric company decided to build the road Itself rather than await the ap proval of the Short Line budget for ihls purpose, In order to facilitate transportation ol supplies necessary for its great power plant near Grace and to the Narrows, where the com pany Is engaged in securing another 25,000-horsepower plant for transmis sion to I'tah and Idaho towns. It seems to be generally assumed that the road will be pushed through to Preston, making a cutoff with the southern Idaho and the Logan valley I that will be mech appreciated. rn ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the public that the Indies' Grill Room is now running in connection with Ihe Stlni son Cafe, MSJ Washington Ae no MOTHER CONFESSES DROWNING BABY Pittsburgh. Pa.. April 29 Mrs lo. seph Semer told her husband last nlghl lhal she had thrown thiiir S-weeks-old baby into Robinson Run M BJ here lost Thursday The child in 1 : teriousJv disappeared from the Semer home and the authorities have 1 been Investigating. Semer. ho lives at Oakdale. as su burb, notified the police of his wife -revelation. The woman war arrested She is believed to be unbalance mentally. A search was made or Robinson Ron and the body of th infant, en c lotted iu a covered basket, was found j In the water near a coal ruine a quar ter of a milo bo4ow OnJialc. (NAIAD SHIELDS EXPERTLY SHOWN That a dress shield may be a dain ty, eweet bit ol lingerie Is being ex pertly demonstrated this week at Wrights' store. The lady demonstrat or ubo comes from the factory and who Is thoroughly conversant' with the manufacturing of shields even ' from the gathering of the material from whlcb they are made tn l0 fin Ished product Is in a position to tell each woman J'ifit what style- of shield will be best for her recmlrem'nis The N'niail Shield which is the kind being demonstrated - has a rent man) advantages over the or llharj kinds. One reason for the sweetness of the N'tilad Shield Is the fat I thai 11 1 ;"i 'J'' washed and Ironed quickly and easily - with no more inj,ir ihan the laundry does your linen handkerchiefs. It 8 BO igBf and airy that It may be worn with the sheerest waists It is absolutely Impervious to moisture and entirely odorless Nov, thai wedding gowns and Krad-' uatlon dresses are beinx planned, II will be a very irood Idea to let this lady expert prescribe the best style shields and If ou are not ready to purchase today, she will still e. e you this Informal Ion willingly. (Advti 00 SALT LAKE FULLER ATTACKS j A YOUNG GIRL Salt Lake, April 29. Stephen A Puller was convicted of indece-m as sault April 28, 1911 and sentenced to three years imprisonment. With his 1 "copper" he would have been releas I ed July L'9 of this year. He was sent up from Ogden Monday he was put lo work on I the Irrigating canal south of the pris on young girl of about 17 years nnd two children attempted to cross the canal ne:ir where Fuller was en gaged The convict assisted the chil dren across and then attempted to assault the girl She proved his match, however and beat him off. Deputy Warden Andrew Ure was sent to take the man back to prison , He found Fuller changing his clothes j for civilian attire Intending to make 1 his getaway The maximum penalt j for the offense Is ten years SENSATION IN I j THE INLOW CASE Salt Lake. April 29 After Tilling half the seats In the jury box with' veniremen who were "passed for cause," counsel in the case of the 1 state versus Caleb A. Inlow. on trial before Judge M. L. Ritchie, on a! charge of the murder of Chauffeill "Eddie" White, exercised their right to peremptory challenges and the en tire ha i f dozen prospective jurymen Were excused from service. The de fence exhausted four of its fifteen 1 chnllcnges and the state only two of its like number The venire being exhausted a special venire of seventy five names was drawn in open court and the efforts to 6ccure a Jury were resumed this morning at the point whfre they started at the opening of the case Throughout the day's proceedings the defendant sat with the air of appnrent Indifference which has marked his demeanor on his ev ery appearance In court. The participants in and spectators, of the opening of what will develop into one of the most Interesting nuir- j I der trials In the history of the state received their first thrill yesterday 1 afternoon when John T Thorup, a , venireman, calmly admitted that he is ' living in polygamous relations with a plural wife Called to the jury box; just before (he noon adjournment of .court Thorup stated under oath that I he resided at 723 Ninth East There ' he has a wife nnd seven children During the recess of the court coun sel for the defense learned mon; de tails of the venireman's home life, and questioned him sharply when court acnin convened at 2 o'clock Under the searching questions of j counsel Thorup admitted having an other home at 737 Hast Seventh ' South, w here a plural w ife and seven ' children reside. "I live there a part of the time." he told counsel The youngest of the seven children by 1 his plural wife is going on five years of age." Coolly and without embarrassment Thorup explained that, having taken ; hi plural wife before the manifesto I 1 went Into effect, he thought l had I the right to continue his relations with both his wives Roth sides pass : ed the venireman for cause, but he Mr as laier excused on peremptory ' challenge of the stnte fin SALOON IN ZION SCENE OF HOLD-UP Salt Lake. April 29 A short, smooth sh.teD man entered the bar of the Peery hotel shortly after 10 o'clock last night and with an auto matic pistol in his left hand and a revolver In his right ordered the bar tender and three Other men present to put up their hands The bartender. Frank Monahay, complied as well as I B Fckort, 8 Vint avenue and Louis Eagle ur.ii Chsrlei smith, lodgers at the hotel I he Intruder stood at the upper end of the bar. covering the bartender with his left pistol and pointing the other alone the bar Then he threw I a sack across the mahogany top 'iil I motioned the bartender to empt the till The bartender paraed over $60 when the intruder noticed a handsome I diamond ring on hir, flngnr and de raanded that also. This was gr. . , after which the robber made Mona hay go into his own pockets and i produce ll-M. which he also took Then he backed to the side door and made a fast escape. Immediately ihe alarm was sound-' ed a.id many lodgers of the Peery I armed themselves and swarmed into, the 8treoL 0e of them bad an old army musket. Patrolmnn L. F An derson was passing on the opposite side of the street at the time of the robbery but could not aec the episode on accouut of the curtains II. immediately apprised and started In pursuit, though what direction the robber took was vague The police station was notified and Detect! V( Gillespie and Lyon arrived, follower! later by Detective Glenn Neighbor ing alleys were ransacked and a gen ernl burglar chase nsueii through the block. 10 NO CLUE TO BURGLAR AT HEMENWAY HOMI Salt Lake. April 29 The bold bur glary of the residence of O O. Hc;: enwsy 877 East Second South sire, t S;nrla nlghl is still a mystery About al) that la known is that the Hemen ways went oul for an auto ride about 9 o'clock Sunday night, aud when they returned an hour later their silver ware and some jewelry totaling in aU several hundred dollars In value, was gone. The police are convinced thnt they have a professional housebreak er and not a novice to deal with Report was made to the police yrs terday that a burglar had visited the residence of Oscar W .Moyle. 86 West North Temple street with a resultHni loss of jewelry valued at $50. Enill l.ang reported that n pair of opera glasses had been stolen from his room at the Shelion hotel. F K. Brown told of the loss of a suit of riot ties from his room at 71 Commercial trept at the hands of a thief who overlooked $Ij0 in a trunk. Harry Carroll omplalned of the Iobj of two stick pins, a pair of cuff links : and a razor, stolen from his room, -4n South State si n I jjji f V"": . :"'.,! FREE SAMPLE r8 LADIE8 ! 9S THINK OF IT Rj A Beautiful Complexion a IN 5 MINUTES N, If you ar fomntU enoaffh to bT . iH Bj thi ar Mtob jour tjr, t.vh b on El I tLf pi it women in tb world 1' lor I win atr,.QtlT g uu .n Uj flo El I I a hcautlfal eomrililcn Id S rolnutra H D) WITHOUT COST TO TO 17. In all H the hl.t.. rr ,,f th xrorlj'a tolled. llirn j liar ifBTBR ' tnr tlnio, ron sui-l, an J ? .tt r Oil aod ih b.t of all Ir Ihl- f YOU CAN THY AM) DE COMVIXCKD t BKTORB you aprnd a (lncta penny ' : I'tiou-anl'of the flnet Parlrlao aoclrty (' , omen fi,r.. u.lny thi" onamallno. i Ueis'i tha ator7l I ipenl tho la.t two f Hi Tear In Europe, and durlutf my travail t K I JK orered an old Parisian phTrlrlan . Uj maklt r Fee Ena-nellna. I trid hl j UJ preparation and vai completely arnared I Kj' t It raaalt I wa delighted I was j E' , thnnrtentruck I e.,-iM bardly bellcro mi myomere.. From bun 1 purcbaeed tho B' fonnnla aud I coinplataly control It , LI' ibroogbout America B Two monthe . I cava out a few D aa triple to women frl.nda of mine, and j HI -le that time I hirt b'n llt-ral.y Hi awaroped with raqoeatsj for tbla Pai elan W r- EaamaliDt Womon Kara bwlcfvl I i, mo at my hnma Implored me to el'f H' them more of my preparation. Mow a I I M cotnpany ha been form ad to ram!,' tj tbla amaatog Wmtm Enamellne, am) I will t H make 81 r.o women happy thli month C n VoQ ran l-e among them If you !- I r jl 'It I'm l.lan Faoa Enam,.U rorere Ij H blrtb.nark's, molea, fraoklea, blotchea I H blaekbeada, larj-e poraa, llrer a pom. Ab- ij B oolataly no maaaaalnc Dacoeury. Flea jl D' inlnatea l all thaCi oedl to (rlra yi.ii .I B, a. MrfaOvMttOJT .roplcxlon Itean'trub II H! off. Jlakcryou beauitlful Iamnallataly H If M P y '' kln In ri'ialalta eODdltton. j I ' , t on fre-h trerj day. Ladlea rai r It l H In Ihalr ptiraaa It aradkaataa wrinklaa ;S HI iirerenta c-'.ar ping SAavIlT It'ltfaa Btoal I j amaslrva; preparation In the whole wor,J. S H And now, in order to Introduce It to k BO American woman I annonnce it, at or-on j I H reoalpt of lira teant f tarnpi, to help r ay 'I H ivrinj. pottatfa, drat rpant In icrap I H ping, etc , I will send Try lady a gto a H aroaa aampla to carry In ber porae 1 8 Pj know ao well, tht after you have tried I ti laUl Parlalan Enamrllne, you will bo J B -.lldlT dallchted I toll Ton pal'IrrlT Hi Uiom'a nothing Ma-a It In tk whole . or;d. S M AfUr y..u have r-calTiO your package I H iet Tour lady rrlenrta try It- Ther --ill I j haj u,, aj.-l. I will mall a package la) HI evarr lady that aenda In De 3-cont I r rtVI'r- """ eJ'aaajT g DOROTHY GUILBERT 769 Caxton Bldg HAVE YOUR PIANO TUNED ' Gfit one of our yearly contracts. Work fully jruarantecl. GLEN BROS PIANO COMPANY 2470 Hudson Ave. Phone 181 GAS RANGES PEERY-KNISELY HARDWARE CO. 2437 Wash. Ave. Phon No 213 There t mere Catarrh In tbla ax-t-tlon of the eootiiry tbao all other dlaraaca pot tosrthcr. and until tb last few years an (opposed to be lui-urable. for a jrcat oiaoj jeun ductora prououuevd 11 u local disease aud prvecrlbed l rtmedlea, and by cotutautlr falling to cure with kx-al txeatiuiut. pronounced It lnuraM.' .Scleurc baa proren Catarrb to be a cccatltutloaal dlaesse. aod tbcrvfore regalrcs coDstttutlunal treatment. FIsll's Catr.rrb Cure. maDOfsctnred by F. J rbeoey h. Co.. Toledo. Ohio, t tbe only I'ooitltu tlonsl care on the msrKet It Is tsken lnteroslly in doe from 10 drops to a taWtponM II tell llr-.-tly on the blo.l sod Dnroni rorfir-e of th system Tbey offr one hundred dollars for tir.y rse it foils to care. Scad for circulars and teitlmotilais. Al lre F J rrtEVEY & CO.. TjlcJo. Ohio, Sold tiy Dru(glsU. 75c. take Usll's rsm!l7 PI1U for coMtlpitloa. If peopW would stop climbing hills beforr- thoy get to them there wou;t be lesB of that tired feeling in the world oo Read the Classified Ads. VIENNA CAFE 322 Twenty-fifth St. Special Dinner. 25 S Lunch from ti m to 4 p. m. Dinner from 4 to 8 p. m. Le nd Foon, Manarjeri Palace Cafe Special Dinner . . 25c Lunch from 11 a. m. to p m Dinner from p. m. to ff p, tn. TOM HOY, Mgr. 284 iSth St Steele's Transfer Phone 321. 403 25th Streo' We have the largest van 'n fhe I city Quick service Moving, ship, ping and handling olanos Prompt freight deliveries Furniture mov ing j specialty Storage at reason able rates. jpouiid papafe IMPORTED eYIH rU.BRAN0NSTEIN&CO:; San Francisco YJse less Buiter More Cottolene No wonder butter is so high. irticular women who are oath to use lard or cooking butter in their cakes and fine pastry, use table butter. With butter at the pnee you have lo pay for it, that's downright extravagance. Cottolene is just as good as butter for pas try; for fryii'iff, it is better. And Cottolene costs no more than lard. Moreover, Cotto lone is richer, and two-thirds of a pound of it will go as far as a pound of butter or lard. And lard and Cottolene arc not to be mentioned in the same breath, 'S for Cottolene f A is a vegeta- SMr&!? ble product, H healthful, Sfflr tible, rich, but p'3HKp never greasy jgPgj THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPAJfT a The appearance of our m shoe repairing is the 1 best you will find. I Clarks' I 3 Gu m Ca?"i $20 WATCH FREE I ft. every month to our customers. Free mp Coupons with each and every 5c Kip purchase. J. KORB W. Cigars, Candies, Etc. 136 25th SL f- ECZEMA BROKE OUT I ifi PIMPLES I On Face, Arms and Parts of Body. Itching and Burning Intense. p. Scratching Disfigured Face. Cu ticura Soap and Ointment Cured, 230 SOth Atts.. Milwaukee Wis. I wss y enrevj of rvioin br CuUcun. Soap avnd Olnte- f meet. My f.vrn and BRBS an 'I other parts F of my body were aHocted. I --rj-S Tho way It hroko out wm tn I '- .'' I:n,l- . tV rx It l-aorqiD-iC S I VF J rash. The It-hLng anil burn- i.L a Insr werwsolntoasothat they jH Jt--jJ mado mo tx-ratch ond dltv I X1?. flcuromy fo-r. Myrlothlng XSVv tht was cJom to my body VH v i was very I rrlta ting. It kepi I met from K' t'lrxK my sleop. I I nserf scrrrrul rimlles which e of no ' jtrf.'s I exuTerrai a year or more with I y-xemav. then I bcatan to aao Out! curs. Soap I and oifltoeit It TnM BerrrraJ timta I unA l them and then Uiey rvllorcd tin Itching. I K continued my trcatimait and now I have no t trouble whataooTcr. Cuticurs, Soap and j1 Ointment curod mo completely " (Signed) ? Ilss .Mlro Martcnj, Aug. 3. 1012. if Tor pimples and blackheads the following if Is a icst efToctivo and economical treatmrat: , Gently cmoar the affortexl parti with C'uUcora Olnuneiit, on the end of tho flnger, but do not rub. TV ash off the Cotlcura Ointmentfai flv minutes with Outkrura Scap and hot water and rontinuo bathing for some minute. This k treatment) Is best on rising and retiring. An If other tlmesi uao Cu'lcira Sosh freely far tho I toilet and bath, to assist in preventing loflan- -xnalion, lrritatiun and clogging of the pores. f Bold every There. Liberal sample ot bach I mailod free, with 3"t-p Sldn Book, Address) P. post-card "Cutlrura, Dept. T. Brjslon." J. gaTTendcr-faced man should use Cuticar Boap Sua-ing Stick. 26a. Sample rrse, mm 'mm I makes soft water available everywhere I Every woman knows the luxury of having soft water at h her command, especially for f washing clothes, but Nature If has denied this luxury to many, especially to those living f ! in cities or in "hard water" countries. I However, every woman can have soft water in her home r with little trouble and less F expense. The sprinkling of I Gold Dust washing powder in w the water from your taps or I well will make it as soft as J the rain water that falls from E the clouds. Gold Dust takea out the mineral f substances that make the water hard and brings out I the greatest ; f cleansing The Gold Dust Twins . value. htlWb!eBiT I Do not uis Soap. jV'ar'l Mft t- N.phtiii Dorn, Harrs twF- F S da, Ammonia or HJsy " ?afcsav ff er-Jcne itb Gold , ljfc'V ,--JKi ,f it Cold Duot rsSHeV t hs sll ds.irabls ?y Jr Wal I ciaaoaiolausblissia HataaTaC 1 -a ;srlscll harmless tmgr tL aawaw f i laalin jn,m. HHt ti Ut t km COLD DUST TWINS do your urorh ' '