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THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1913.
Woman's Page How to Tight the High Cost of Living a Account Books For Children, Carefully Kept, An Excellent Early Training-Dainty Articles Easily Made-Rhubarb Marmalade strawberry Sponge. ACCOUNT DOOKS FOR CHILDREN. "Editor Standard Woman i Page Having had an early training which taught mo to do without things thai were beyond my moaiiH, and being of a disposition to judge my circumstan ces by those who had less rather than more than myself, l person-ill) have not had as hard a time living within our Income as many have And i have hit upon a plan which 1 hope will be a great help to my three chil dren. I have a separate account book for their Individual needs, and thej will at i he end of the year know just how much each one has had Bpent up on him "When each child reaches the age of 16 I expect to give him a month') allowance, which I know will cover all his ne"ds. and teach him how to use money to the brst .idvanlage. 1 hope my plan may help other mothers to help their children while th. y still have them in their training." "G. E. R." BREAKFAST CAPS AND SLIPPERS Comblnatln sets of breakfast caps and slippers. ThRo are very nice for brides and graduation pifts The caps nnd slippers are made of same materi slippers are made of the sum? materi al, lnce fine mull or silk They are as elaborate as desired, often trimmed with silk flowers. The slippers are made with silk sole, the lace or desired material used belns shirred on this with beading on the top for ribbon to be pulled through to tic. MALINE RUFFS Msline ruffe are popular now Buj two yards of black maline, which may be cut Into strips five inches wide and eighteen !nehe3 long Box plni' these. Join nil together, bind at each e.nd wllh black satin ribbon and sw on hooks and eyes This is finished off with a black satin bow and short ribbon streamer. CASES FOR DRINKING CUPS. Make little white cases fastened with a snap fastener to contain col lapsible papr drinking cups Little ca ses are made of while material, and Into each case slip n dozen flat cups On the more elaborate cases outline with embroidery cotton a duck nr wa ter Illy. These cases come In very handy when (raw ling. BEDROOM SETS. Get a couple of yards of white spn' ted muslin and a couple of yards of percale in any prett) color. Using the percale as a lining make a good sized bag to contain a brush and comb, n padded handkerchief sachet, and a nightdress case which Is pretty mane in th" shape of an envelope. These can be embellished with ribbon the I BEAUTIFUL M s merhites FREE SAMPLE . " LADIES THINK OF IT 1 A Beautiful! Complexion f IN 5 MtNUTES If joti ar forfttnitt enotigh to hATji H thle a-J. emtrb yrnr 7. yotj'Jl t rrr of (bf bltMlMl women In tli worM- L9 fot t will bolntfly giiirtntr? to cIt H a baullfal coin fiction In ft minute f9 WITHOUT COST TO YO V. Inll j I the hincrj of tb world's tl)tt tbr- fj hu NEVER t ny time, brn sai-h an El fftr aa tbl arvl ID beat Of all Is tbl W you can thy ami lit; O'.s'vis i i 61 IiLPOHE yna apnd alnrle p'orr ' M Tbou3aBl5 of tbr SlIOSl I'artvlan BOdvlJ Vl woman ara uilnu tblK enamallno. Hora' the tc nr: I apent tba Iat two H Teara In Europe, and dmtnfr mr trufi? M 1 rilooTir d to old tarl-laj phj-ab Ian H maklta; Fa-e Pnamrllne. I t i-'e-1 hu R prcpatatJon ar.d wba corutl''t',l jr amor'.) ill at the r-ole I iaj dcil,-nt-d I e thunderatroek I could har1lr beilere H my own errf. TtWB bint I purchase-! tbe M forronla and I completely oootrol It M throiarbor, t America, Two nriontha ago I para ont few H ample to w.imen frinda of mine, an 1 tlnre tbat time I hare Ix n literal y H IWUBMd witlt reneata for tbla I'an-ian JJ Face Enamellna. Women bava l- lv 1 B ro at tor home Implored me to pt?e H theoi raore of roy preparation .'" PI eorapanT ba3 be-n f.-nned to market mm thu arjaxlnc Fore lUBMllM and I m i H make frO.fr worn- n happy lbl irooto You can be tmonr them If yoi doalre My ParlHaji Far Enemeline c-er birthmark, niolea, freckles, blotchu bla-kbead, large porea, Itrer Ppotfl. Ab oltitly no maeeanftDf neceasary . FIt mlnntei l all that' needed to BlTe J"'i a perfect aatlny completion. It rar.'t i nh Off Makaayoti beautiful IaaBlt-lT Kerpi i our ikla In enjulilte condition. Pot on freeb aeerr day. Ladles carry It In tbalr purvk it eradicates wrtoklee prevents chapplrx Really lt the most amailnf preparation In tba whole world. And bow. In order to lntrotfu.ee It to American women I annoonea that op'.n reielpt of fire t cent hjii , to halp pa-klna;, pot4-e, time ent In wrap plos. ete , I wia send rery lady a geo erous sample, to carry In her pur-e I know o e ell, that after you bare tried this Parl'lan yjkamsllr.a, fOU sill be wildly delighted. I tell you posl'leely there's nothing libit la tMwbel world! i After you bar racelTed your pa. kate. let your lady frlen l rrr It. They will I be amafed. 1 -III niall a package to .rery lady that aen.H In IWe S-cnt DOROTHY GUILBERT 759 Caxton Bldg. CHICAGO ILL. 1 1 j JEJML. , same color ns the percale Such a set proves Invaluable to a college girl, who strives to have a dainty room BULGARIAN BELTS FOR LITTLE GIRLS. Preity articles to make now are Bui garlan belts for little girls" dresses These are made of two widths of rib bon sewed together, then plaited the desired width and boned. They are fastened together with hooks and eyes PRACTICAL HINTS. Bcado from Allspice. To make beads from allspice Soak the allspice In warm water and thread on a linen thread, using two or more gold beads between the brown ones You can make long chains which arc irerj effective and pretty. They re semble the rose beads For gradual Ing or birthday remembrances they are very pretty. Rhubarb Marmalade. Rhubarb marmalade and spiced rhu barb which are very nice served with mats Marmalade Nine cups sugar, nine tuns raw pieplant, juice of six oranges, united rind of three oranges Cut or ance pulp into small pieces, add one half t up water to moisten sugar. Sim mer slowly, When cooked put in jelly glasses. Spiced rhubarb Do not peel, but i ut into pieces and weigh. Allow hall pound of sugar to each pound of rhu barb Put in preserving kettle and set on the back part of tbe stove, where sugar may dissolve slowly. Add a few whole cloves and a little stick i t t mnamon and simmer slowly until like Jam. Strawberry Sponge Soak one and a third tablespoon: granulated gelatin in a third of a cup cold water and dissolve In a third of a cup boiling water. Strain and add one cup sugar, one cup strawberry . JulCfl ami tine tablespoon lemon Juh e. Set in a pan of Ice water and when mixture is well thickened beat until trothy Add the whites of three ecrs beaten until stiff and fold In the whip from three cups thin cream Tumi mixture Into a mold and chill Rcmo'. : from mold to serving dish and sur round with selected strawberries Strawberries Place a layer of berries in a glass dish Sift fine loaf sugar over thorn t'nn another layer of fruit, then su gar until the dish is filled Add Juice of lemon and stir gently. oo INiOW PLANS TO KILL THE JAILER Salt Lake. June 9 A second at tempt on the part of Caleb Inlow convicted murderer of Thomas "Kd , die' White to escape from the county I jail, this time by killing bis jailers If j need be, was foiled Saturday night I As concrete evidence of the cruel cunning of Inlow s designs, a heavy bludgeon, made of two pieces of Iron wrapped in a piece of blanket, was found in the murderer's cell A ocket knife was found in the prisoners pocket when he was search ed That he had contemplated murder as a means of escape is said to have been betrayed In a threat overheard by a prisoner, whose name Is withheld, but who informed Sheriff Smith The pieces of Iron for the murder ous device had been wrenched one from the wall of Inlow's cell, the oth er from that of J E Ives, alleged robber, accused of holding up the Peery bar on April 2S. Kach coll is fitted with a metal hook hinged to the steel wall In such a way as to catch and hold the hinged cot. which Is folded up against the wall when not In use The hooks are of bar Iron, one and a half Inches in width by one-fourth of an inch In thickness and about eight inches long. The two lash ed together made a weapon weighing more than half a pound, heavier than a carpenter's hammer The padding of the blanket would have deadened the sound of a blow. Immediately after this discovery which occurred before 10 o'clock Sat urday night. Inlow was removed to the dungeon at the order of Sheriff Andrew Smith. Jr., who had been call ed from his bod by Jailer Beckstead He remalued there until yesterday morning, when he was allowed paper and pencil and a moment of light 111 which to write a note to Sheriff Smith, begging to be put back In hl .cell and promising that he would obey the rules of the jail. He was per mitted the comparatively luxurious quarters of bin cell last nlht. bul 1 SCREEN DOORS Call at Volker Lumber Company and select your SCREEN Ii DOOR We have a large assortment and can give you satis faction. PRICES LOWER THAN ANYWHERE IN THE STATE Keep out the flies If you want to build, call at our yard we have the largest I j I and best stock in town at the lowest pnees If you intend to build, call at our office and examine our S ' plan3. We will furnish you plans and specifications for the ' nicest BUNGALOWS you have ever seen, ' Volker Lumber Co. ' Yards at 237-245 24:h St J. W. F. VOLKER, Manager " I II II I MlHM II I slept without bedding. Sheriff Smith l declares that he will leave the man no further chance for concealing any thing. He has caused me a lot of trouble! since I have been hera and I am go to kill him,'' is Baid to have been th lOW-volced threate made by Inlow In the hearing of another prisoner as he fashioned the weapon, the pur pose of w hich was but too plain. The prisoner who heard the threat under stood it to be directed toward Jailer R. M, Beckstead of the afternoon shift Ah the search of Inlow's bed re vealed the presence of the crude but serviceable blackjack, so the search of his clothing resulted in tbe discov er;, of a pocket knife In one of bis pockets. With the fawning humility of a ITriah Heep. Inlow prayed for an In terview with Jailer Beckstead. He at tracted the attention of the jailer shortly after dusk by rattling a cup on the barred door of his cell Asked what he wanted, he told the Jailer thai he wished a conference with him. "Talk ahead,' said the Jailer. "But I can't talk here, let me come into the office with you, insisted In low "I have important information that you ought to know." Jailer Beckstead worked the lever that opened tbe slayer's cell, No. 17 1 he man walked to the end of the corridor, where but one set of bars were between him ami the jailer He still insisted that he could not talk there as some of the prisoners would hear him. and asked that he bo taken into the office. Should the Jailer have opened the steel door leading from the corridor he would have been at the mercy of the prisoner as lie lean ed over the lever a moment later in the act of closing it A swift, heay blow, perhaps two blows, with the padded bludgeon and the jailer would have been helpless while his keys would have been ac cessible to his assailant. laller Beck stead was suspicious and ordered the man back to his cell. Shortly after ward Assistant Jailer P. Billider got enough from another prisoner to en lighten him as to Inlov. f plan. The two jailers conducted Inlow to the office of the jail where he was first searched and then guarded by raller Beckstead while Jailer Billider searched the cell The bludgeon was found in the bed ding of Inlow s cot. concealed there, it is thought, after his failure to coax his way to where he could have used ! upon Jailer Beckstead earlier in the enlng. I oo ORAL HYGIENE Every time yon open your mouth you invite the entry of disease. The air we hrcathe. the food we eat, the water we drink, are full of germ life, looking for a chance to make a home in some human organ ism; and the tender membranes of the mouth and throat are Ideal lodg ing places for disease-breeding bac teria Sore Throat, Catarrh Laryngitis, Whooping Cough ("roup Asthma, Bronchitis some malevolent microbe is responsible for these, and tho prompt extinction of this mlcrohe would preent these ailments and the suffering which they cause. Destro the germ' Prevent tliseas and preserve health by 'keeping tin mouth and throat clean tnroti-h the use of an antiseptic mouth wash and gargle The best ant Is-e,,! jr to us? Is I,IS TOGEN. It goes tarther than Perox ide of Hydrogen by uniting with that mst efficient germ destro.. er the remedial and antiseptic properties of Thvmol. Menthol and Eucnlyptol With their help LI8TOOBN not only destroys the germ, but In some degree repairs the damage that has ben done Ask your druggist lor LISTOQBN You will delight in the purifying, re freshing sensation that it gives. 2" cents, r.o cents and $1 a bottle at A. K Mclntyre, Drugs. 'Z 121 Wash Ave. IDAHO HUNTERS SCORE. Salmon City, Ida.. June 9. The party of Boise hunters, consisting of Messrs. Kmrick. Hinton and Hum phreys, who have been in the moun tains down the Salmon river for the past three weeks, returned this week with the skins of three bears ami a cougar. Tbe cougar measured ten and one-half feet from Up to tip. The; hunters were obliged to turn back on (indlne a five-foot depth of snow on the north side of a ridge near Horse creek. tin HONEYVILLE PIONEER DIES Brlgham City, June 9 In Honev ville tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock funeral services will be held over the body of B H Tolman. one of the lead ing men of that town and one of the oldest settlers of this country Tol man died at his home there at an carlv hour yesterday morning. He was born in 155 In the obi fort built northwest of the Brigham townslte and had been a resident of Box Elder county nearly all his life. He is sur vived by a widow and man sons and daughters. Interment will be In the town cemetery at Honeyville oo To Protect Hair and Skin in Summer (National Beautv Noto9) To quickly regain tho rich color, gloss and soft texture which the hair loses through Improper care, sham poo frequently with a teupoonfu of canthrox dissolved In a cup of hot water. It Is unequaled both at :i cleansing preparation and at a Btlmu. latoi of the hair n tH and us ,:, i. leaves tho hair soft, fluffy, lustrouu and easy to manage Skin needs a thorough bath each day to remove the dust and oil. then a Kood face lotion, such as you can mako from 4 oune-, of spunnax put Into one-half pint witch hazel (or hoi water), to which Is added two tea spoonfuls of glycerine After apply. Ing. rub face gently until dry F.t:; ful use. of this lotion clears the skin of all impurities, removes the ollv sallow look, fine lines and premature. j aged appearance and rostores the youthful tint and fine texture which paint and powder can only imitate. There are In Canada 4 telephone lines owned by provincial govern ments, 2" owned by municipalities ACS owned by corporations. L88 own. ed by co-operative companies, ;;j owned by partnerships and Ufl nf vale lines. DEE HOSPITAL GRADUATES' EXERCISES The first annual commencement ex ercises of the I iee hospital training school were held last evening at the Weber academy and eight graduates received their diplomas. Mrs Thomas D Dee, the wife of the man In whose memory the hospil i was built, called each nurse to th--rostrum and presented the certificates of graduation The auditorium of the school had been decorated for the occasion in the training school colors, American flagB, potted plants and cut flowers in the background upon the platform was an enlarged picture of Thoma6 D. Dee. On one side of the picture sat the class of nurses and upon the other side were the participants In the program. In his address to the graduates. Apostle D O. McKay declared that the community owes a debt of grati tude to Mrs. Dee and children for tho building of the hospital which makes possible the giving of better atten tion to the afflicted. The speaker talked on the qualities necessary to the successful nurse and told of the self-sacrifice and hard work that ev ery nurse experiences. "Nursing from the Doctors Stand point" was the subject of a short ad dress by Mayor E. M. Conroy. He pointed out the vital relation of thu doctor's and nurse's work to the re covery of patients. Rev . YV Fleetwood administered the Florence Nlghtingnle pledge and Dr. E. H. Smiib discussed the mean ing of "The School Pin" while Miss 1 1 o 1 1 was making the presentations. The Nichols' instrumental sextette gave two selections, one at the open ing anil the other at the cloao of the exercises. Miss Carrie Browning gave Chopin's "Nocturn," and Mrs. Fred Clark sang a group of songs. The eight graduates were: Misses Ethel M Edwards, Marie Rasmussen, Ruth Harbison, Leota A. Embllng and Anna K. Hanson of Og den; Lucille J. Dunbar of San Fran cisco, Frances Burrell of Davis City. Iowa, and Jean H Sharp of Evanston, Wyo. oo How English Beauties Keep Faees Youthful Christian Miller, F. C. I . noted Eng lish health expert. attributes the early aging of American women main ly to the "national nervousness " The women of England, she says, can teach us the inestimable lesson of repose. Another valuable lesson to be learn, ed from the English woman is that she does not go In much for cos metics, the continual use of which must ruin any complexion. The beauty devotees of King George's realm have the mercollzed wax habit, a more wholesome method f keeping the face girllsli-lookInK and healthy. Or dinary mcrcolized wax, ned like cold crenm. rejuvenates the worst complexion American women may easily acquire the hnbit. this wax be ing obtainable at drugstores generally In the United States. It is applied .it night and washed off in the morn ing. One ounce is sufficient to com pletely renovate a bad complexion. It has a peculiar action in keeping the face free from the particles of dead and devitalized scarf skin which are constantly appearing Women's Herald Adv oo NORDICA WILL BE HEARD IN OGDEN Mme. Nordlca, the brilliant ami world-famous soprano who comes to Ogden under the auspices of the Og den Tabernacle choir, will render a most varied program for her many admirers. Nordlca will be assisted by Romayne Simmons, pianist, Franklin Holding, violinist, Paul Dufault, ten or, nnd the Tabernacle choir. Mine. Lillian Nordlca is essentially womanly and notably so in her love of beautiful clothes. She is famed for her gorgeout costumes and elab orate jewels The diva, however, dis approves of hobble and harem skirls nnd all her gowus are of princess cut "Nothing should be worn that ham pcrs free movement, says Mme Nor dlca. "An artist conscious of her clothes cannot give of her best." One especially effective "creation' is of peach colored satin embroidered in silver wheat, with touches of dark fur cunningly Introduced, Another of white satin is veiled with an over dress of real Irish lace, the materia i for which was presented to the singer by the governor general of Irelnnd N'ordica's jewels are almost world fa mous. Her collection of colored pearls lr. said to be unrivalled, while her em eralds, which are her favorite Jewels are magnificent enough to make an Irishman gasp with homesickness. A new and charmingly becoming headdress which the diva has worn frequently during her present tour is a Juliet cap of diamonds with an en ormoiie bunch of feathery black ai grettes at the side. -oo THIEVES CAUGHT BY THE SHERIFF Yesterday afternoon Edwin Le9be and Alfonso Salazar took possession of two bicycles and started on their way to Salt Lake When they reach ed the farm of J. C. Nye on the Ridge they entered the house and supplied themselves with edibles and also ap propriated a watch and n small clock The sheriff's office was advised of the depredations of the young men and tracer were sent r.in jn v.tilnu directlons. By 8 o'clock in the even ing th" latls were In the custody of the officers at Faruiiuglon. A deputy iherlff was dispatched after them aui he returned them to the couuty Jail fogden WATER IS HARdI I I YOU CAN SOFTEN IT I I Every woman in Ogden knows that the public water supply I is HARD that it must be softened before it can be used for J washing and cleaning. It can be easily softened by the use of 5 ! SOPADE THE PERFECT WATER SOFTENER I IN ORDER TO INTRODUCE SOPADE Our agents will call at your door to offer you I One 10c Package SOPADE FREE I I I When you buy 25c worth PEARLINE j I MANUFACTURED ONLY BY i1ssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbssbbbbssbbssbsbbbsbbbsbbW JAMES PYLE & SONS, Edgewater, N.J. M?X:I j I memsSMssssWflsssM The bicycles and the stolen property from the Nye farm were recovered The boys are about 19 years old one beinc a Mexican, claiming to have come here from San Francisco re cently. The officers are of the opin ion, i hough, that the young men are somewhat experienced In law break ing and that they burglarized a store at Furmlngton some time ago as they answer the description of the two young men who entered the place vie will be charged with burglary and theft. oo FORCED CHECKS CAUSE ARREST Charged with passing two forged checks, one on Mrs. G. R. Watson, 186 Twenty-eighth street, and the other on Mr.-.. Monogan, H'.S Poplar avenue, Franklin Marsh, living on Childs ave nue between Twenty-eighth and Twenty-ninth streets, was arrested yesterday and Is now in tho city jail. The police say he has confessed. In both cases, it Is alleged that Marsh secured change for the forged bills by pretending to pay room rent in advance. Mrs. Watson stated that a man came to her yesterday asking for rooms The arrangements were made and in advance payment on the roonvs be gave her a check for $22,60 on the l ir ' National bank, "made to Diaries Curtis and signed by Lorenzo Jack son. The advance rent amounted to BEEP CRACKS C0ERED HANDS nd Itching Sores. Started with hmples. Dreaded to rut Hand In Water. Scratched Until Blood Came. Cured in a Month by Cu ticura Sonp and Ointment. B. Y. D. No. 3. No CrysUl Lake. III. "I bad o mart painful Itching right b&ad from Lhe thumb to ihc wrkt. It w&j covered CjhrK with doop crarts and ttoh--2a log poros. It fftnrto-l with M wanil vthlto rlmpifn ttuit T,- ' i I'd trnitAy aiid when I vT Sr scratched them would opm -Z- nd a w&ter-IUto i;tufT would I... i ' ihH .-.utJ.J a--V form to my annoyance, and '' y' ttaSB would then corao off nil I leave tho hand red und I wry torn. I drcadod to put my hand in wator as It would hurt awful y. I somutlmw would (KTivtch i m lit blood came aad then tho burning pain wrs enough to act u person crazy. I was uAhaiued to l"t anybody aoo wy hand for it looLod awfully. Dow I suf f m J nono can Imagine. I would wako up nlghta from paJn cauaed by arralching. I had It for two yxu-a. It eonxtUnwa woukl heal and brcUc out again i tried salvo but that only made It wor.w. I ueod different gaJvcw but none did mo any good until I uod Cutleura. Soap and Ointment. Now I have no more trouble and tcro la Dot. a scar to bo seen. In ft month my h ind was cured by CnUcura boap and OlnUnoat." (Slgued) Mrs. Theo Krel burgiT. May 25. 1912. Cutleura Soap 25c. and Outlcura Olntmeo 60c arts sold everywhere Liberal aoxuplo of carix mailed free, with 32-p Skin Hook. Ad-draatpoat-cani "C'ui'cnra. D'-pt. T, Boton." -Tendnr-fi-rvl mm should tun Cutleura Soap Shaving Stick. 80& Sample free ?12r.O and Mrs. Watson gave him $H in chani The check Riven to Mrs Monoqan was for $16 25 and the man received 14.25 In ehatiRo. Marsh Is a laborer and has a wife and four children. oo SKYSCRAPERS IN THE NORTH Salt Lake Tribune: Salt Lake City's representative in the Union associa tion pennaut race begins today its in vasion of the northern half of tbe ii cult with the first game of a series with Cliff Blankenships Highlanders Tbe team led by the former Salt Lake captain appears to have struck its stride, as Its several victories over Creat Falls last week Indicates. This winning streak of Blank's team served to put Manager McCloskey's team ii first place but "friendship ceases'' with the umpires call of "play ha 11" this afternoon and the Mackmen will strive to Increase their hold on first place at the expense of the clever Missoula manager. The Skvticrapers begin their first serb's away from home In excellent shape The acquisition of Catcher Fox has strengthened the only wenk spot in tbe lineup and the former Quincy player The only doubtful spot in the Sky I scrapers' lino of defense is big Kd Erlckson. tho spitball pitcher, who is the only member of the squad who has not rounded into shape. The big righthander was one of the best in the Union league last year, hut so far this season has found It Impossible to control the ball and hns been der ricked In every game In which he took part. No doubt exists of his ability when he once recovers control Erlckson is badly needed by McClOfl key. Counting Leo Dressan- as one of the quintette of boxmen, Mac hns three southpaw twirlnrx, Castleton and GRUt being the othere to heave from the port side This leaves the bunion of ihe right-hander on Cj Morgan aud until Erlckson rounds in to form the team Is under the now! handicap of having too many son side fingers While practically all other managers are anxiously scan ning the baseball horizon for a dc penduble left hand pitcher. MDcCIoskey has an embarrnssuicnt of this kind of riches and is In urgent need of at least one more slabman who works with his knife hand. The showing of Clvde Fox in the Ogden series has brought Joy to tin hearts of the local faus The new receiver "has everything" Including a knowledge of the fine points of the came, a nr. 'at throwing arm and abili ty to hit the ball. oo BUSINESS MEN BUILD ROAD Alpena. Mich . June 10. Fight thou sand business and professional men ' nnd farmers In northeastern Michigan, yesterday made road laborers of themselves and constructed more than 250 miles of roadway between Bay City and Mackinaw City. Where there had been at sunrise mile after mile of corduroy road, sand holes and swamps, nightfall found tin almost un broken stretch of gravelled highway The new road forms a part of the, state highway from Detroit to Mack inaw City The section built yester day paHfs through forty-eight town ships. Four thousand te-ams and. 750 au-1 tomoblles participated in the great bee Women of tho country ulso did their share of the work, 2,600 of thenij being engaged In the task of feeding j the workers along the route. Critic The heroine ot your story, tT old man, is limply wonderful 'R Author (delighted) You think so? iff Critic Yes. You say on page ten jffis that she hissed "You are a liar!" and V any woman who can hiss such a sen- Wi tence as that can't help being won- (n dcrtul. Boston Transcript. iH HAVE YOUR PIANO TUNED Get one of our yearly contracts. Work fully guaranteed. GLEN BROS PIANO COMPANY 2470 Hudson Ave. Phone 181 EXCURSIONS FROM Ogden and Salt Lake TO EAST AND RETURN Missouri River Points $40.00 Sf LoulS, Mo $52.00 hlca 0 HI $56.50 St. Paul and Minneapolis, fifi Minn $55.70 fgZ Peoria, III $55.40 WI Memphis, Tenn , via Kansas 111 City. St Louis or Ama cH rlllo ..$59.85 jS Also reduced rates to other points. Stop-overs Allowed. ffg9 Retarn Limit, October 31st. iH Juno 13, U, 21, 28 MM July 2, 5, 10, l.n, Dates of 23 31 Bale August 1, ft, 10. 11, 16, 22, 28. H9 Septombc r 10 and U. For further Information address E R. LEIS, General Agent, Atchinson, T'prka & Santa Po Ry. Co. 233 Judge Building. Suit I-tke City, Utah.