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THE OQDEN STANDARD, OQDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1913.
Woman's Page How to Fight the High Cost of Living : Careful Planning Keeps Family of Seven Well Fed and Neatly Clothed on $110 Salary, and S10 E?.ch Month Is Saved More Planning- Needed to Keep Family of Two Than Was Needed Five Years Ago Mothers Band Together and Fbc Definite Amount of jj Work Fcr Children of Neighborhood CAREFUL PLANNING, Editor Standard: Thro are sovon h I in our family fathor. mother, and rH live girls I am Hie oldest, and work I as a stenographer. The nxt three go f to 6chool, and the baby Is 4 ears old. HF .The total income Is about $110 per I A TYPICAL BLOUSE SUIT The lints of these suits sre becom- Iiik to most fipurrs. with l he exeep ( tion of some who have narrow slop Rng shoulders This sketch is made I from a model in tan -colored serge with buttons of polished wood and bound buttonholes. I The Bliirt lias slight drapery in I front, made by throe shallow tucks and Is plain in the back The blouse f Is encircled by a sash of black satin. I month. We are all hearty eaters, but by careful planning our grocery bill Is only about $40 a month We have Just a few chickens, enough to pro vide ggs foi baby's breakfast regular ly, and sometimes one of the other members- of 'he family b is an egg for breakfast We btlj eggs for cook ing, always gettinR the very ber-t. In fact all our groceries are the very best, we are all unable to get along with second beat butter, crks. meats, etc., as some people can. W e usual ly have baked beans on Saturdays, and it takes two pounds with a piece of pork baked all day. to provide B sufficient amount for one meat Moth er bakes all the bread, about twenl loave.- per week, and when baking bread plans to use the oven for oth er things, as for the beans on Sat urdays, and on a Friday we hae baked potatoes with baked salmon As the oven in our cook stove dot not bake well, we do the baking in the gas oven, so do not have a fire in the coal stove on baking days. Thus we use the hit for a number! of things at once Mother frequently, makes bread puddings from the left over pieces of bread. She also cooks rice and macaroni In various ways We have some kind of meat for dln-j ner almost eery night, and havr steak at least once a week. On Sun - days we usually have a roast. We often have a lean piece of beef fori pot roast. W'e et about seven DOltndl and mother makes plenty of nice brown grary Then she makes a brown molasses pudding, which she steams over the meat while it Is cook ing This is an inexpensive pudding, and made In this way required no extra gas for cooking The left over meat makes good sandwiches for the lunches, and Is good warmed in the gravy for Monday night dinner. V. e frequently have company, and all our friends remark about the good meals we serve. We usually use 35 cent coffee but keep a small amoun' of 40 cent coffee in the house for special occasions This month we have purchased 4 sacks of flour (which we do about every ten weeks), had company frequently for dinner, and had eleven at the table for Sun day night, Hiid father, one sister, and myself carry our lunches daily, and our grocery and meat bill for the month will be just $40 Our $1H" per month Is divided about as follows ' Groceries 40.00 Carfare (father lakes doublet. 7 -" ' Rent 26.00 i Milk 4.80 Laundry 8 00 Gas 3.50 Church 4.00 Miscellaneous (including pa pers and magazines, insur ance, etc) 2.50 Heating insurance J jr ff By The Campbell System- I fs8 A MiE question of home-heating is the big problem Vrvyrrl up here in the Northwest important not only for comfort but for health and life itself. That Sm 's v,'by t Pa yu from every point of view to ''YkV 1QVCSt'ate tne Campbell method of heating. I . i N. You should lose no time in deciding on the system by ' v 1 . W which we cm lidentlv assure you even, regular hrat, and good , vontilation in all times and weathers. i CAMPBELL'S Wll has this enormous advantage thit you warm, clean air up to 70 degrees in are bound to be satisfied; you run no the coldest weather or they nil! not risk of getting the wrongplant. The undertake it at all. Campbell Heating Co., of Des Moines, Fuel-saving is a big factor for the Iowa, is with us in this plan which Campbell Heating System acd the lnsnres heat satisfaction, warm floors, large fire-pot reservoir the big air no drafts. We submit to them your chamlwr and entrance door in jacket personal needs for hwi'ing; they roaVe all are vital reasons why the Wintcr erpert plans and specifications, guar- Chaser is best. Will ) ou let us explain anlee to heat yoar home with moist, more fully? ! Phone 2236 NEWMAN &. STUART, 2254 Wash Ave T 1 Wash your clothes with I GOLD DUST 5 m Good soap washes clothes well if you use enough elbow grease, but Gold Dust washes them more thoroughly and with little or no rubbing. Gold Dust saves half your time, and spares your poor back. Another great advantage of Gold Dust use any kind of water you like. Gold Dust softens the hardest water and makes it soft as rain This Line is R1SV water. J Gold Dust is just a veg- jJSEf '('TtS etable-oil soap in pow- JcflBJ' I J n I dered form, with other vwLj jr ff I cleansing ingredients rtfsh . added to make it work HW 1 more thoroughly and XP 1L -J I quickly than soap ever Sjg I Can. "Let the GOLD DUST TWINS A do your work" 3 THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chica.o Clothing 15.00 Tolal $100 00 Amount saof ,0r month, there fore is $10. Of courar, with such wmall allow ance for clothing it 9 necessary to 'be verj careful The older slrls musl keep their stockings darned and other clothing well mended They must BOH their own plain clothing The little ones must wear aprons to pro tect their dresses As 1 work down town I am able to use a tailored suit for 'best" Its first season, then for work every dav Its second season, and then, by having It cleaned and remodeled a little by a good tailor at an expense of about $5. It will help a great deal for a third season There are ;i number of other thing that might hlp some one to make i little go a long way." but I think the Chiel thing to consider In finance is careful plauning. and stick to the Plan E B S MORE PLANNING NECESSARY Editor Standard i as asked by a friend the other day If I lived as Cheaply now as I did when I was first married five years ago. 1 an swered that I dldn t think there wag much difference, only it taken a lit tle more planning and perhaps a lit tle more Inbor I always plan to hav a boiled dinner or fomethlnK thai Can be cooked In one kettle on Ironing dayi and boil It on top of the linns 1 bj having a kettle with a long handle 1 It Is easy to lilt the kettle with on--hand while you lake the Iron with the other. Then on baking days I get the dinner in the oven Of course I only have i wo to cook for. so there Is always room enough. Then I do all niv own sewinR I find you can have two articles for what you have to pay for one In the stores, and they last twice as lonp In making corset OOVera I buy enough embroidery for two of the same material, then when the backB wea- out I take the fronts of one and in: . a bach for the oth er, maklnn three coven out of ivso. So 1 don't think it-costs any more to live now than it did five vears ago. H. E. C WISE MOTHERS Mothers of our neighborhood, in our old home In Cedar Rapids, la . banded j together that they might work in uni son for the advancement of the chil dren and I would suggest that a sim ilar plan be adopted b the mothers of Ogden. The fixed on a definite amount of work, both Indoors and out. for the boys and girls, to be Cone as far as possible at the same time. The same arrangement was made In regard to piano practice. In this way the children work more content edly. One mother each week selects some subject with means of informa tion, which could be made a topic of conversation in the homes. A work shop situated in a convenient location has been fitted up. and by each pay iug a small fee. instruction is giver. In metal and wood work. The girls have a weekly cooking and sewing clasp, each mother tu turn giving instruction There in an exchange of books, magazines, music and games. Every week some one who keeps in touch with ihe school work reports progress to the other members. MRS J M X RECIPES. American Plain Omelet Four eggs cne half tcaspoonful of salt, a few trains of pepper, four lablespoonf uls of hot water, one cupful and one half of cream sauce. Separate yolks and whites. Reat the yolks until thick i Add sail pePPCT anil hot water Heat the whites until stiff and dry. cut- ' ting and folding (hi m into the beaten yolk until thoroughly incorporated Heal an omelet pan and butter sides and bottom Turn in the egg mix ture, spreading It evenly, and cook slowly The omatol is cooked if It Is firm to the tench when pressed by the flncer If it clings like beaten while of egg 1t needs longer cooking Fold and turn on a hoi platter and pour the cream sauce around it Bread Omelet Mix equal quantities of fine bread crumbs and cream, a teaapoonful of each Rreak one ounce of butter into small bits and add to it a saltspoonful of salt, a dash of pepper and a dash of nutmeg. When the bread is thoroughly moistened, beat It with a fork until smooth, then mix three well-beaten eggs Fry like j an ordinary omelet. CARD OF THANKS We. the undersigned, wish to thank those who helped us in the hour of our bereavement In the death of our father and husband; especially do we wish to thank the Electric Worker and other friends for their aid and floral offerings. Also the speakers and singers. MRS ARTHUR ORTLBPP and Family, Society CHOIR ENTERTAINED Mrs. M Kennedy und Mrs M P rcnipsc entertained infoiintlly a: the Virginia Wedncsda evening at ' pleasantly planned event In honor! of the choir members of St Joseph's Catholic church. The spacious par lors were prettily decorated for the occasion and the dining room, where the tempting menu was served pre- aented a charming picture, a beau-1 I tiful centerpiece of La France roses 1 and maidenhair tern, and graceful strands of amllnx intertwined with pink iWeetpeaa enhanced the beauty I of the inviting table. Misses. Florence Maglnnis and Ma bel Krauss poured coffee and Miss Blarqnerite McNulty assisted the hos tesses in serving f;. , rat hen p m. Cuehnahan and John Ryan were present and during the evening Father t'ushuahan pre sented Miss Mae Conroy with a to ken of gratitude and appreciation, the gift of the oth( r members of the choir, in his usual kindly, happy way Following the merry hour around the Joyous banquet board a program of vocal and Instrumental music was 1 enjoyed Mrs M Kennedy, Misses. Mae Conroy, Marqueritc McNulty and I Margaret drill; Messrs B, Critchlowl land J. Juuk. were amoug those con tributing musical numbers und Miss I I Loretta Malone, who recently return ed from a two-monthss vi6it in Cali fornia favored the company with sov-1 eral choir selections. . i A Kaunas judge has decided that u ' ! man Is the owner or his wife's ! clothes- f ner ,,4iW bonnet coata too 1 much to i-ult him he can wear it him- i ' belt. , I I THEATERS AT THE ORPHEUM The fact that Dlgby Bell was on che bill, that it r'v the eioslng week of the Orpheum for the season and ma hap for all tlme- and an evening when it was pleasant to be Inside--all these were not sufficient inducement to fill the local playhouse last night The past winter Mr (;0ss has strlv n mightily by every device known to managerial mind to keep Ogden on the theatrical map. so far as the Oi pheum circuit Is concerned, but just ,it present the future Is not inviting and there Is a possibility if not a probability that the Orpheum shows will pass up Ogden next year This week s bill Is f the sort which makes :t appear that the loss will be it gn at one If eventualities materialize The bill bended by Dlgby Bell he who has made tnousanas laugh all over the country is one which should par k the house at every performance. The Show Isn't so nicely balanced as some but that counts for nothing when the uniform excellence of each art is con sidered With I Ills the last Orpheum show of the season, then, it would be quite proper to "kick In" with about 2x6xl2V&C and show Manager (loss thai sour intentions have been good, en if you haven't rallied t,, his sup port this winter as you should At hat sou'll lie celling man times the worth of your seat In entertainment. Dlgby Bell and company in a one-tc-t farce by tieorge Hobart have a ve hicle which In vaudeville parlance would be called a riot " It all has to do with a little incident happening in the life of a wholesale milliner who is forced to uo out on the road In place of the usual drummer who is sup posed to cover the territory, and finds himeelf enmeshed in a domestic tan-qlc- of serious Import The regular alesman has entertained the wife of a Topeka customer at the theater on S previous visit and the husband, find Ing It out later, prepares to shed the j blood of the drummer on hLs next vis it The tables :.re turned on him un- j szpectedly and -but ou had better t e it for yourself, which will be much more enjoyable Mr Bell as the sought for "home destroyer" Is as fun is as ever and gets all the fun possi ble out of the sketch. His support Is mcst satisfactory. also. especially Mary Cecil as the stenographer Miss Cecil Is n pretty little comedienne who seems bubbling over with good spirits and sends the audience Into ales of laughter with her hysterical antics Doc O'N'elll has an effervescent mon ologue Btunt that got him a big hand last night with what he terms "his original laugh prescription." We i wouldn't call all of It original, but as i laugh-producer Doc is. In the words of Raymond Hitchcock, a "slicker." Bobby Barry and Amy Mortimer 'kid" each other for ten or fifteen blnntes in S good matured song and I dance turn, and every one seemed to enjoy hearing them do it. Miss Mor timer is i .harming girl with a pair' ot large b'acV- e. ; ; nd makes a pret ty picture, and Barry sings cleverly Decidedly refined vaudeville of a musical nature Is offered by Mile, la rosea and company, consisting of two young men With piano, organ, cello and flute, some nlee effects are ob tained with ballads of the better sort 'The Rosary" as played on the cello by one of the boys would make It ap p i that the piece was originally written for that Instrument. Will Dillon, with the aid of a sing-, er in one of the boxes, started slow, but won out with ease In his Inter pretation of Bones written bv himself, those sung lfat night being "I Thought It Was What I Thought It U:is" "Keen It Up" and "Keep Your' Eye on Me." The Gre.ti Tornadoen are well I named Their acrobatic act Is note-1 worthy b the startlinc rapidity with which the stunts are performed. As an opening number two man el ously developed athletes yclept Rolan dow Brothers do wonderful feats in hand balancing, and the pictures at lb close, an usual, are excellent. Bven Prof Edgar Short and his or-1 CheStra seem to have put forth extra ef'ort for the c losing week and the result Is a delightful rendering of "Poet and Peasant" as an overture number and "Madame Butterfly" made the intermission seem only too brief. J Freckle-Face Sun and Wind Brings Out Ugly Spots, How to Remove Easily. Hero o a chance. Miss Frec'le-face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable dealer that It will not cost you a penny un less it removes the freckles; Willie If it does give you a clear complex Ion the expense is trifllne Simply get an ounce ot othlne j double strength from A. R Mclntyre, Drugs, and a few applications should i show you how easy it is to rid your Uelf oir the homoly freckles and get a beautiful complexion Rarely la I mor(. than ono ounce needed for the 1 worst case. Be .-are to ask the druggist for the I double strencth othine as this Is the I prescription sold Under guarantee of i money back If It falls to remove I freckles. lAdvt.j THE FLOUR DE LUXE "OPTIMO" Made from the cream of Turkey Red hard wheat. At your grocers $2.75 per hundred. i Don't pay more for hard wheat flour. ACCEPT COUNTESS TEA INVITATION Chicago, May 2 Members of the Hull house players, all of them work ing boys and girls, yesterday accept ed an Invitation to take tea with the fount.es of Warwick, Warwh k cas tle. England This unique r- . , tion will sail from New York early in June on the afternoon of Sundaj. July 18, the amateur Thespians will be the guests of the countess Louis Alter, the character man. is a cigannaker Stuart Bailey. who plays "leads," ia the proprietor of a lunch room. Frank Keough, who plays old men. la employed in a brewery. Other members of tho company are stenographers, clerks or 1 1 a hers Six nationalities are repre sented In tho organization The more a man learns the more he realizes that this Is a highly compli cated Utile cosmos if - 5 WilMUTES FREE SAMPLE LADIES THINK OF IT 1 D A Beautiful Complexion IN 5 MINUTES HI If you art frlT,nio eaonfh to hrr I n j Kj I iMi It. MtDh fOBI tj'II b or, j H H of thf hpplt KiU'o in th worl.l Pi ; H f i I -in i,-..lat-1.Y ituiuix to Kl" M HJ ft Lft'iMfal rumrl'lk :! 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Now e rompan; ba.a ln formed to mirLrt j B till ainajlrig Kara Cnamrlin. anil I ' mak ' womn happy thla month. J 1 n La among tham If yon o-l- r EHj Mt Parlalan fiM Koamaluia rMTwrl I r l.lf tl.nnara, rr frcalaa, blolcha- i a Lhaal, largapora", Urrrf aoliitly r,,, n,a-acg Uff'M- I i - f ! iiilnntaa l all tbal'a nradrd to (rlvo jren ,1 a parfaot aatlny complfxloo. ItOaUl'Crwb Oaf, Hakaay-'l baaj-.irol Iaoadlatily Kepa T .vjr ikln In rxqul 1' I'n' DH frr-h rff ry dir. Lafiln ra rTy It In 'hair piir-a. 1 1 rradlratra Haklaa r" nt chapping. Rlly ll'a thr n ioit anarlntf prapa ration In tha w hoi worlfL I And now. In ordrr ha Iptroduro ll I . Amaiifn n woman 1 annmifi.a that orvon relpt of fla C -rnt ttampa. to help pay j-a-LIng, poataga, tiraa aprnt In wrap- J I i,,r. ala . I will ad erai-y laJy a gm rr..ni aarnpla to carry In hrr piiraa 1 , know an wall, thai aflr you ha' IrIM thla Parlalan FomaHn. you will ba wildly dalltrhtad. 1 tll you poaitlTtly tbora'i nothing Ilka It to lb wboi wor'.d. Altar you hara raoalTad your pa-'kaga, lal your lady frlrnda try It. Tbay wlli I h auj.-r l I will mall a packag- to crary lady that aanJn In (la i-cant ! , , . ,., jn rrrt. in l rar j DOROTHY GUILBERT 759 Caxton Bldg. CHICAGO. ILL. idutter coclaius water and sa. Cotiolene is 100 shortening "When you buy butter fo: cooking purposes, you are paying for 25 water and sail; you get but 75 real shorten ing value. In Cottolene you get 100 shortening. Cottolene costs much less than good butter and gives just as good results in short ening and frying. Cottolene is as cheap or cheaper than Hard gives better results and is absolutely healthful, Cottolene is THE N. K. 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