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l THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1915.
Woman's Pass How to fight the High Cost of Living ii KcuscwIao ileepo Account of Everyikicg Finds Small Leak3 Tries Foi Nine Years to Solc High Cost of Living; Riddle Ad vanced Tastes of People Largely Responsible Keeps Eank Ac OOllgt Divides $80 a Month Recipes KEEP ACCOUNT OF EVERYTHING. m There urc many ways to reduce the high cost of living end It seems to me I that ea Ii :.n l every o:.e must wort E out the prohit 'ii to fit their individual j v needs and circumstances, for no two I fdinillra arc Bituuted alike. The price J of fuel. food, rent, and clothing va I rles bo much in different localities and j the methods by which one person may I be able to keep do wn expenses will Hbe of no use to another I have bce.i trying to guess the riddle for nine I yenrs, and thr plr.n that his helped me I most and kept ut on cur feet Is the Beping account of everything we spend. Iron: a pr.per of pins to u Btad of hay This has hec-om .i Bmuch of a habit as doing the dish- i getting the mealr., or any other house I bold duty, and no more trouble In S one column all our groceries are i rit 9 ten down. In another the other Item's I which I call "incidentals." f So man., say. "But we buy onl the things have to have Thai will not help me" Try it ami Bee w You will be : u prised at Hie amoun' B you will spend for postcards, stamp?. V sodas in summer, candy and the lit jj tie "inc;dpnta!r, " When I look at E mj accounts of the firs; years when I there wen on1;, my husband aud fcself and find cn comparing them with those of the present, with uo healthy hearty children, that our living penses arc very little larger. I knrm I there must have been some "P. I s ' and that 1 have lived and learned. 1 make molasses r.ml glncer cakes and I cookies They require fw egg3 and no milK ana many no sugar I do all our baking. We used to think ( we required meat, but finding it did 1 not ar.ree with the ihllcren 1 began to buy less and now with the excep tion of baa ti i have very little. We ! keep a few hens and have our egg.v and there with vegetables, have re I placed meat, which we do not mis". I I use the bacon Tat for frying egg I potatoes, croquettes, etc nnrl thu? save butter We have few pies, pre I ferring the fruit fresh cr In sauce t and puddings. We average one round I of butter a w eak I do not believe In buying in nuan B titles, with the exception of a fe ' things My own experience has been f. that when a ouTtity is nt hand the tendency is tc use mrc- lavishly tli"n when 1 felt I had to U3e carefully B perhrpo skimp a l'ttle ! have se.n I enouch thrown out from t"bles of homes where there are children to B feed an extra person Whole pieces of pi. . in. iu ..' il :::- ?hes rf vcg B tables Hcuce and soum mussed ro no B cne else would ca It, and all be Hcpus? the children themselves were allowed to fill th?lr p'p.tcs. We use bur Judcracnt in helping our children, gilr:.T ther.i "mall amounts and re ft p'fn'sh'.np if wo see fit. lot II la very I true tbat "ehildren'a ej ( I re often M&rger than their stomachs." rj ' I do all our sev.-.r.c. mrk ng our eiothec plala but neat -nd in 3tyle B I o mv o?:n mi'etin?, selecting things myr 'f instead of ordering ny telephone rnd trjn n to the BOme B timer. Ivd.f'c r-n nnr eartlulir J merchant i"ho knows that rather than take ,y ngs back or perhaps go wlt'i Rout an article you need at once you will accent It and say nothing "this time ." The tDste rjt the peon'e nowadays is greatlv -esronalble for the high cost I o! living Kacb day br ngs me some , new Idee in eocomhinfi. utilizing and ayetematizirg by which I -an save and help add (o our bank account. Standard Subscriber DIVIDING $80 A MONTH. Our family of three myself, hus band, and 4. year-old BOn live nn salary of $80 a month Out of this we pay fl". for rent. food, milk, j I $3.40; "paper. 75 cents, gas. $1 26; In- surance. $3.15. a total ol $43.60 We I save $20, leaving ua $16.60 for clothes, j I carfare, and pleasure By doing all B my own sewing 1 am able to have bet- i t tor clothes and more of them than if L I bought them ready made I also I do all my housework, including wash 9 lng and Ironing My husband gets ! two weeks' vacation every summer ( As we visit hii parentb we B BBve a little on food, gai, milk. ' etc.. which buys our railroad ticket 4 In this way w e are able to ha v.. '5 change of surroundings with but lit S tie expense -A C. H. RECIPES. fl "Will any of our many readers " kindly send in a recipe telling lion B to make gluten bread for a sick per- ' son ho cannot eat starchv foods?' 'L. C. O " Into a pint of fresh milk stir a pint of boiling water in which have f i rt been dissolved a teaspoonful each Of W salt and butter When lukewarm add KB a scant half yeast cake dissolved In Ba g'" 1,1 lukewarm water, and Mir In i enough gluten flour to make '.Ike ordl nary dough. Knead for fifteen min utes and set to rise. When light form Into loaves, knead each of these well, and set to rise again When ugaln liilit bake in a Bteady oven for an hour, covering for the first half hour uf baking with brown paper. CARE OF POLISH ED FLOORS. "I moved into fl flat recently that has beautifully polished hardwood floors Louid you tell me how to keen them looking as they do now ?Al80 can you or some reader give me a rtclpc for a jrenuinc German pot rosmi t n n " Never scour or scrub a hardwood , Door, and do not use a damp cloth ; In wiping It up Wipe with flann or canton flannel, dusting It careiull and going into every corner. This Is done, of course, after the floor has been brushed wlr. a soft hair broom If some careless person has mud. muddy footprint on the floor dampen ! the cloth slightly with cold water and I u?c It thus dampened in that one mud dy spot, nowhere else If the floor needs It. have it treated by a com petenl furniture polisher once a year Will some of our Herman readers send in the desired recipe? We are all fa miliar with the ordinary pot roast, but 1 confers my ignorance of the I proper method for preparing a G r ! man pot roast Watch the page I for the cecipe. which will appear there j when sent In. Housewife keeps account of every thingfinds small leaks -trios fori nine years to solve high cost of liv ing. Riddle Advanced tastes of peo-1 pie largely responsible- keeps bank account, divides $80 a month: recipes.. AEROPLANE CARR'ES SIX. Cliarteres. France. May S Six passengers were curried during l seventy-five minute flight by the j French airman Frangeols In his bi plane here this morning, beating the ! world's records both the number of carried and for the duration of the j Iilght nn f R p : f. DESIGN IN COTTON EPONGZ For seashore and general COUntT) wear the cotton nponec has nr equal. Its texture prohibits the wrinkles thut afflict smoother materials This design Is ue win effect, with many good points Light blue and white eponge are combined and blue pearl buttons are used. The side pieces can be unbuttoned and re moved, allowing the dress to be flat wheu laundered Ogden Druggist Makes a Statement We alwajs advise people who have stomach or bowel trouble to see a doctor But to thore who do not wish lo do this we will say Try the mix ture of simple buckthorn bark glyt r Ine. etc., known ae Adler-l-ka. Thlt simple new remedy Is so powerful that JUST ONF. DOSE usually re lleves sour stomach, ?;as on the stom ach and constipation QUICKLY 1 pie w ho trj Adler-l V:a ur- surprised i at Its QUICK action A H Melntyre , Druggist. 2421 Washington Ave " Miim iwmi i in run i iMiiii"""im,H"i'irMniffiffwiiffnr'' 1 vTN. CALIFORNIA NEW TRAIN SERVICE I (wirnl Inaugurated April Sth xMlMJ "THE PACIFIC LIMITED" I Sf-3 ''- Hie:trically Lighted equipment, Standard and M ptfltr Tourist Sleepers, Diner, Observation Car, ! Lit Ask "Free Reclining Chair Car." jlj1 About Leavei Salt Lake Daily 8 45 a. m Ovr ArriveB Los Angeles 10 a. m Califo a other good trains daily Excursion THE LOS ANGELES LIMITED Tickets Electrically Lighttd Standard and Tourist R Sleepers, Diner and Observation Buffet. Leaves Salt Lake 5 p. in Arrives Los Augele3 4:30 p. m THE OVSRLAND EXPRESS Standard and Tourist Sleepers. Dining Car through, Free Reclining Chair Cars. Hj pcr ; c: See Any Salt Laka Route Agent, 3 u "vTrio for Califorraa LiteTat.ue, tf t . Office Ho. 10 Ea. 3rd Co., SH Lake T o PJ P- A H. ILA-JTOEEFTEU), a. q P A. lo Aagtiea, Ct liferaiB. Sov. Lake City. ( : MjMaJaiMiF. in i n sjjjjjjiisjji isjjsi R H imiilBSi SALT LAKE IMMORALITY IN SALT LAKE CITY Reno. N'ev . May s On instruc tions from Salt Lake. Sheriff Burl;J laet night arrested llarr Pyie, chai ed with a felony, while he w;is aboar.l a Southern Pacific train en route to the Pacific coast Pyle declared he would resist extradition A vsomun whom he is paid to have left Salt Lake in company with was doi found aboard. S:ilt Lake, M.iy s Immoral condi tions In Suit LiiKr have ber-n brotiKh: j to light :'.s the result of Issuance of a warrant of arrest from Justice Blsh i op s court yesterday for Harry Pyle, piano player at the Palm Garden, on a charge of an assault upon a young girl. Her Identity is not known Before Pyle could be arrested he had departed on the D:20 o clock train yesterday morning for S;.n I'r inclsco The crime for which Pyle Is want ed was committed, according to the complaint, in the Touratne hotel on the early morning of Sunda and was witnessed i the night watchman, w . Cameron According to the story related to the county attorney by Cameron. Pyle and the pirl entered a room on , the went side of the second floor of the hotel, about midnight Satvrd.iy The watchman watched them through an open window . The w atchman ran lo the street for a policeman and took Patrolman Bmeraon to the room Emerson called in Patrolman Murphv 1 and the latter Immediately ran to the police station after Detective Hugh L Glenn of the moral sound In the meantime the watchman had telephoned Deputy County Attorney Nicholas G. Morgan The county of ficer sent Detective Coulson Smith of the county attorney's office out on i the case. Smith and Glenn arrived at th- scene shortly before 1 o'clock In the morning, but by the time they arrived the alleged oulraces had ceased. 'What happened in other rooms In our plain sight is too shocking to re- peat ." said Detective Smith yesterday i In talking of the ciih" "I told Glenn what was said to have happened and we watched until we became so disgusted that I begged Glenn to make an arrest Glenn re marked that "we'll get them later for selling liquor." and did nothing About thru time he remarked that he would have to catch his csr and went away despite my entreaties for him to make an arrest. ' I told him that if he would make the arrest I would guarantee lo sign complaints the next morning against j the people, but he refused to do any thing a' all. I could make no arrest j because I have no authority to break; luto the Jurisdiction of the police. ' I did not see the Pyle affair but as soon as I got the evidence from Cameron and found that It was cor roborated by ninn by the name of Lee and also by admissions made by Ple to another witness, I had a com plaint issued against Pyle. 1 watch ed his place all night last night wait ing to get a warrant for him this morning. But while ! was getting the complaint and warrant he left the hotel, took the glr! with him and bought a ticket to San Francisco We wired immediately lo Ogden and to I places along the line. SEX HYGIENE WILL DE TAUGHT SCHOOL GIRLS Salt Lake May 8 Despite the pro tests of local clubwomen, who peti tioned the board to eliminate all sem blance of sex education from the public schools, the board of educa tion voted unanimously last night to retain Mrs. Martha B Jennings as matron In the public schools. The 1 vote was taken In executive rcsslon after Mrs Jennings had been clos- I eted with the board members for i more than an hour Several weeks ago a petition sign ed by ninety-six local clubwomen, wan presented to thi- board in which emphatic protest against sex educa tion in the public schools was voiced HAVE YOUR PIANO TUNED Get one of our yearly contracts Work fully guaranteed GLEN BROS PIANO COMPANY 2470 Hudson Ave Phone 181 I " Slade's Transfer Phone 321. 08 25th Strce'. W tm. the largett van n 1 nt city. Quick aervlca. Moving,. hp. ping and handling planoa. Prompt freight deliveries. Furniture mov ing a specialty. Storage at reacon able ratea. I At the time the board took the mat- tcr under advisement and later issued a statement in which it was declared that the protest of the women was ( not based on the actual facts and th:it sex education ss complained of by them was not being attempted iu the' ! schools rn WEBER-L D. S. DEBATE MAY 10 As i result of negotiations between the authorities of the L. D S. High school and Weber academy, the dnte for the final (N-bntlnx contest bet v. p.-n representatives ol the two schools hai ben set for Saturday, May in anl Cue debate will be held at Salt Lake, although the hall has not been d. , e lded on. The L D 8 High school Is the win ner of the Salt Lake High school de bating dlstrlcl and the Weber acade my is the Wlnnei Ol the northern rlls triit Both schools are reported to I be two of the strongest high schools ! In the stale In debating activities nnd for this reason enthusiasts are look lng forward to S real "battle royal" Tin ( holce of a suitable hall will prob ably be decided by tomorrow. Arrangements are being made by the Ogden students and instructors to bave an excursion train run to Salt Lake with a large delegation of stu I dents. I M Draper. dbatlng d! iei tur of Bait Lake district, is making an angements to give the stu drills a proper reception The fi testlon to be debated by the two schools Is "Resolved. That the Controversy between the 1'nited States and Great I'.ritaln relative to Panama canal foils should be arbitrated by The Hague tribunal." Judges for the affair will not be chosen until the ar rival of the visitinj; team STOCKHOLDERS1 MEETING N'otic- i hereby given that the an nual meeting of ih stockholders of the Overland Mining & Milling com pany will be held at the office of L M Conroy. 300 L'5th street. Thursday, May 29, 1013, at 7:30 p. m., for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year and transacting such other business as may come belore the meeting A full representation Is re quested. E M CONROY. President TO DISCARD SKIRTS SOON Mrs. Christian Hem mick Says That in the Year of 2013 Both Sexes Will Parade in Oriental Trousers and Kissing Will Be Tabooed Washington. May 8. Skirts will bo discarded by the time the year 2013 roll3 around and both sexes will par ade in oriental trousers; kissing at that time will have gone the way of the skirts and sentimental coupler kent on matrimony will be compelled to approach the altar armed with per sonal health certificates These pre dictions are made in a drama written by Mrs. Christian Hemmick, a local eoclet;, woman, and suffragist, which. It was announced today, is to be pro duced here this month for the bene fit of the suffragists' cause. In con nection with a morality play, als.i written hy Mrs Hemmick. Complete reviews of both plays are to be given at a meeting In the Cham ber ol Commerce this week. The 'ju thor Is to explain the Inspiration and object of her two efforts, and Mr. Harvey W Wiley, wife ot the former government pure food expert, ulso is to si-ak Mrs Wiley is to take part (n one of the productions. A renewal of activity was evident at the headrjuartera of the National Woman's Suffrage association toduy I It was partly inspired by the arrival of Judge John CfOSby of Colorado, representing the Men's National As- socifMlon for Woman Suffrage, who is expected to direct a vigorous cam paign as a result of which the sut' (raglsts hope to increase the number of ihelr converts In congress oo I UNCLE JOE S C ARD TABLES ARE SOLI) Washington, May 8. The card table of former Speaker Cannon, around which many notable statesmen have mt t In games of phanco and skill, to day went uudtr the auctioneer's ham mer for SIC and the gas lamp which 3hed its rays upon the men who sit around the board brought H'." The i last tie that linked the veteran legis lator to the national capital has been broken, for when be left for his home In Danville. 111., he took with him the furnishings which h desired The remainder he left here to be sold The sale was attended by about L"o:i persons, many of them women, thu wives of men prominent In official Ufa, who sought articles as bouvc nlra. The house which the veteran legislator occupied during his lonK residence here Is beini; renovated and after I thorough Cleaning up and a fresh coat of paint will be U8ed as a boarding house. oo ARRANGE ENTERTAINMENT PriKham City. May 7 Brigham City will do its best Monduy to enter 1 Lin the Salt Lake Commercial club i boosters during their visit here. The ' board of governors of the Box Rider Commercial Hub beld a special me, i lng last evening for the purpose d discussing plans for the entertainment of the visitors during the few hours I the special train has been scheduled to remain here. For the purpose of belter arranging the program the fol ! lowing committees were named Advertising More J Holt, John u I Pierce Carl Isaacson. Entertainment Victor E Madsei John C. Knudson. Harold C Da larn(le K Duffln. Rudolph Kai i . i . io W Dunn AUTO MEN ARE; GUESTS Al CLUB The delegation of automobile deal ers from Salt Lake was met by the Onden representatives of the trade yesterday afternoon, according to schedule, with the band In the Fed- 1 eral truck enlivening the occasion by the music There was a parade through Ihe streets of the city and afterward, the automobiles were lined, up before the Weber club and photo irn phed. The isitors were the gueaU of the Ogden dealers at banquet at the S e ber lub Ma qr fell, in ben lI of the city, welcomed the guestB In a few appropriate remarks and Frank Botterlll responded with an apprecia- I tlon ol the hospitality extended. The secretary of the publicity bu reau acted as host in the absence of j President II M Howe of the Weber I dub who as called out of the city ' D Riahel, manager of the Utah Automobile Trades association, made ' a short address In which ho recalled i many pleasing Incidents of his visits I to the city An effort is to be made to have the Ogden dealers uffillate with the state assoclat Ion. no KAISER GOES TO CONVENTION Charles V. Kai?er loft this morning for Ooldfleld, to attend the sessions, May 9 and 10. of the Nevada Bank ers' association Mr. Kaiter Is a dl-1 rector of the Plrst National bank or Ogden, Merchants bank of Salt Like I'luj the Fiist National bank of Elko. Nevada. After the bankers' convention. Mr Kalrer will go to his ranch. 70 miles north of Tonopah and spend a couple i eks there. Much of the tim will be spent In the saddle, bald Mr. Kaiser before leaving. "I am eager to demonstrate o H. F. Cramer and W. H. Larklns in the near future my ability as a i orseman, ?ome doubt having arisen in the minds of the two gentlemen regarding my stlck-to-it-ness on tbo back of a mustang." BANDRUFF MO ITC1G SCALP Also Burning. Nearly Driven Crazy. Hair Came Out by the Handful. Dandruff Like Flakes of Snow. Cu ticura Soap and Ointment Cured, P O. Box Mi, Lnt. Ore " I was prat ty troubled with dandruff aad an Itching and burning soalp for nearly five months. My y-ip-x l.c-ad wn always I U-Lints tRtL und burning. It nearly "-fjj drre mo crazy. Wta.cn 1 " fT ever I would coxnb my Lair (which wi a very ri("r,iJ tblnjt . ray tulr " u15 ""A would Ju'. come out on ' -y j the comb by the handful. r WA Dicdruff would be falling Zy S IxiAy out Jiist Ul:eflakc5of now I j tTl 1 could rub cay head and V ' I J V dundniff fould fall all fll 111 U over m clothe It was I ul something twful. The CTUKt-like dandniT couM p'.alrtfr he irvo and I had rTUihnc my hoad eo much tliore were acabj and sore all over ometlm- I could hardly deep "I tried . and sjvnru.; oliiorw tut to no surer. 3 I heard of Cutlcura Soap and ointmict and deter- j mined to try thorn I bought a box of Cutl cura 3o"ip and OlntTicnt and und them for i throe or four weeiu and I wan completely cunxl My hair 1 stllry and ulco my scalp while and cleta. and my hair li cumin? In nJco r-nd loxj iei$ned) Miss It Rasmus sen. Sept 22. 1912. Cutlcura Soap (25c ) and Cutlcura Oint ment 'Oc. ' are sold tverywtacre. A single -t U often sufficient Liberal aainnle of each chilled froe with 33-p. Skin Book Ad- j dreee poevcard "Cutlcura. Dept. T. Bortoa." aw-Tendir-facvl cjeo thould uo f'uUcura Soap Sharing SUclt. -V:. SejprJo frea Tbr i roer t trrb In tal ieelloo of tt roiiotry Ibau U vlhrr dlee put totelD.T aol uolll tb.- Ut fen jcr 4 supp-ji-eJ t.. In Incurable' roc jreut uunj ymn dotturs pronoUDrd It a Iwal du.aa ood pr.acrlbcd luial rvSWSltS. aud b .--jiuitantly falllog tu mre nilh , Itnal iraatmont. proaucaced It loeorablr. Scloore hto proTo l atarrb to b a cvOtliutl"Oi I dlaraae. , and tbirfot- roulrfa eooilltutlonal tr.atorul. , Mull'a . atarrb Cur. maDOfarturcd by f J. I Cbenty a Co., Toledo. Ohio. 1 tb only Cooatlto- . ttonal i urc OO tli markat It U tik-o iDlcroally Id doM froni 10 dror tfetpoooful It art i dlrc.tlr en the blood and mnertca aurfacra of tb- ay-l. ro. Tbrr Iter ooe hendred dollara for any . aar It falla to curr Seed tor rlr -ular aad tculmonlali Addreu f J cnr.NKT CO.. ToleOo Oblo Sold br UructltK. TV. Ta. 1 1 i ; isdl Pllli f,,r fonillgeUoB, Just Think You can come here new and J see a showing of Summer Dress Fabrics I so extensive that it embraces practically everything that's user! and wanted The best showing of previous seasons have been outclassed both as to extensiveness and values BIRTS' THE HOUSE OF QUALITY A FASHIONS . I WE RENT SANTOS 1 I VACUUM CLEANERS I Special Carpet Machines $1.00 a Day I I Combination All Purpose I Machines $2.00 a Day Machines with Man $4.00 a Day We call for and deliver all machines. m Electric Service Co. I I Phone 88 Up 24th St. I I Statues With a Story H ' Learn One Thing Every Day" No. 4. THE "FARNESE BULL" I Copyright, 191", i-y The Aasoclated Newspaper School. Inc. t It dos not Beem too srpa'. this sculpture punishment for a daughter's cruelty to hr mother. The huge mar ble group known BI The ' Farneso Bull" has In it the majesty of the pagan gods, the terror and suffering of the human sou) It Is one of the wondrous monuments of the Greek r.rulptors, whose unequaled art dld with them It is believed to have been modeled In the third century be fore the Christian era; but no one knows Its hiBtory, not even how long it slept in the baths of Caracaila, (There It was discovered In 1646. It was taken to Rome nnd housed in th Farnc-'o Palace OD whlrh Michel Ane lo worked, and from which the group, like many other ar; works placed there, takes Its name. There is the usual tangle of rela- tlenships in the story of the statue, land, as is usual in mythology, the story has many different versions. Re ' all these tales are nothing more than folklore, handed down from genera tion to generation, each teller em broidering or even changing it. to suit his own fancy One tale Is that Lycus. the king of Thehei, married Antiopc. Antiope was very beautiful Apparently all tli ladles iu the ragan world retained their beauty and attractiveness as long as they lived uuless the gotiB hanged them into another form But the blithe way In which the element of time Is ignored In these tales may have something to do with it. Anti ope had a daughter. Dirce. and In spite of her beauty the affections of , LycOS turned from mother to daugh I ter He put Antiope aside and mar- f i rled Dlrce The f ruelty with whleh jr j L7CUS and especially Dirce treated I. Antiope is one of the great scandal3 1 1 of Greek mythology. Vi tit pe, who could not stand the h 1 humiliation, fled to the mountains. H There she had two sons by Jupiter Amphicn and Zethus. Apollo, the God of the Sun. being attracted to ,H Amphion. gave him a lyre, and he thenceforth practiced song and mn I sic. while his brother spent bis time In hunting and in tending flocks. When they grew up the brothers learned of the wron,? that Lycus and Dirce had done their mother AntI- f lope, and they decided to punish tho guilt? pair So "they marched agalns' V i Thebes " It doesn't seem to be clear j whether they had an army behind them or whether they took the city double-handed, so to speak. It mus' ij be remembered that they were tho i sons of Jupiter, and. if thnt ail-now-erful was on their aide, they were prepared to overcome any difficulty At any rate, all the authorities agree '.hat Amphion and Zethus did capture rhebes. They put Lycus to death romptly; but Amphion thought that ret ' . not deserve a sudden, pai'i lie tied her to a bull, wro dngged he alout until she per 'shed. This terrible punishment for daughter's Ingratitude made a pow- H -rftil appeal to the ancient artists and writers The "Farnese Bull" shows the moment of the death of Dlrce It is nn epic In marble on the punishment deserved by an ungrateful child After the death of Dirce. Amphion I is credited with the most remarkable feat of music and engineering ever I recorded He and his brother decided to fortify Thehcs. inasmuch as they S om Iniled to rule It themselves. Th narratives seem to agree that all ho had to do was to walk around the city. J play his lyre, and the stones moved of their own accord and formed the Every day n different human inter est 6tory will appear In the Standard. You can get a beautiful intaglio re production of the above picture, with five others, equally attractive. 7x9 1-2 inches in size. wUh this week's "Men- In The Mentor a well known authority covers the subject of the pictures and stories of tho week Read ers of the Standard and the Mentor will know art. literature, history act ence. and travel, and ovn exquisito pictures. On sale nt Spnrpo's Book Store. Price ten cents. -j FINANCIAL SERVICE 1 H nl the liiu'licvl cliMijicler is reinhfiil I'v il.' J Id I'tah Nali-hi. il r.iuk J 4 I Its i'i'so 1 1 fi't's i-'inservativc management and 6 I facilities at tesl its securit) nil oaefulneas j AiTiiimi.s subject to check are invited I UTAH NATIONAL BANK J4 OGDEN, UTA.H ' mm lim f Jesse Knight's "Spring Canyon Coal" I ill, la thi firal tlma this " Bet of Gooo Coal" lias been on tho H market here In Ogden. We are in the market to ir.t reduce :hls good coal at the sam I prices that you have been paying for the other Utah coals j Olve us a trial order. Do not overlook the fact that wo ell I "MAMMOTH COAL " j A good, clean Wyoming coal at the following prices: Lump, 55 00 Nut, 5-4 50 Delivered. FRANK MOORE COAL COMPANY j "DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF COAL" Yard on Weit Side of Wall Vard Phon 14 Avenue Between ?2nd ar.d23rd : j