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TH OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913 U
. nm.AA Mloinit I . i Ilj Woman's Page Refinement, Delicacy of Speech, Good English, Grace, Neatness, Loveliness -in General Wonderfully Important in Making of Success and Happiness Manners Expression of Good Morals Temper and Selfishness Hang Out Their Signboards Upon Your Countenance Five Recipes For Afternoon Tea Small Cakes Aluminum Paint For the Garbage Can Cut Scissors on Glass Bottle to Sharpen Them. I MANNERS EXPRESSION OF GOOD MORALS. Manners are but an expression of food morals No doubt there ar! "manv individuals of excellent moral? and not excellent manners, but cer tainly the good manner-. If cultiva ted, would in no way encroach upon or blot out the good morals Politeness Is not only a delight, hut it is a good business asset. The young woman who knows how to talk nicely to people whose man jl tiers are cordial and convincing h never suffers from the embarrassment ' of ignorance, is the young woman i! who is going to make her way In the world Refinement, delicacy of speech, good English, grace, neatness, loveii ness in general all these are wonder . fully important in the making of sue , ces'e and happiness. Within every j woman's mind there are great pos sibllitles of charm H" It Is wonderful how charm devel- ops under certain encouragement. The Hyi girl who is in love and whose sweet- H heart tells her that she 16 beautiful. Hm' suddenly becomes beautiful. Self-en- Hj couragement may be had by cultlvat- Htf ing a gentle courtesy toward all hu- Hp manity, tenderness for all suffering. Htf forgivenness for human sins and hu- RX man fallings. HH the woman who breaks away from S prejudice and who treats her nelgh- n bors' eccentricities as kindly as she HH treats her own has made a fine etan 1; The good things In her heart shine out through her eyes. They appear Bg on her lips every time she speaks They create about her a glowing, de lightful atmosphere and finally be come a part of herself. She Is hap- and happiness is a beautifler On the other hand, if she Indulges in temper and selfishness, these wretched qualities hang out their signboards upon her countenanee. WhaJ should be sweetness Is turned to acid, and time that mischief ma ker, helps matters along by etchinc in her faco Hne6 that are rattletales of character or lack of It. SMALL CAKE RECIPES. For afternoon tea try some of the following small cakes. Marshmallow Cakes. Cream together Hi cup of butter and two cups of fine sugar. Add a tea cup of tweet milk, the whites of five zgs beaten stiff and two cups of flour sifted four times. Rake In a larxe sheet and cut Into small squares .when cold. Spread with marehmallnw filling, and decorate with nuts Nut Bar. Mix one cup of brown suear with one egg. one cup of walnut merits broken Info bits 1-4 teaspoon of soda dissolved In a teaspoon of hot water and two large tablespoons of flour Bake In a thin sheet and cut in bar? Maple Gems. Two cups of maple sugar shaved. cup of milk or cream. 1-4 cup of soft butter. 2 beaten epps. 2 teaspoons of baking powder, and sufficient flour to make rather a stiff batter Rake In hot buttered Gem pans and serve hot Molasses Nut Cakes. One-half a cup of brown sugar and h- same Quantity of butter creamed add H cup of molasses, a beaten ec two thirds of a cup of milk, teaspoon of soda sifted with 2 cups of flour r - f Better Than Wealth is perfect health; but to enjoy good health it is necessary first to get rid of the minor ailments caused by defect ive or irregular action of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, ailments which spoil life, dull pleasure, and make all sufferers feel tired or good for nothing. (Tho Large S&le of Any Medicine to the World) have proved themselves to be the best corrective or pre ventive of these troubles. They insure better feelings I and those who rely upon them soon find themselves so brisk and strong they are better able to work and enjoy life. For that reason alone, Beecham's Pills are The Favorite Family Medicine Sold everywhere, lo bozei. 10c . 2Sc. Direction wiih every box show the v lo food health. if I Mrs. Joseph Fcrraro j ! Announces the foUawing course of instruction: jlj Piano Technic and Interpretation I Elementary, Theory and Ear Training Children's Class ! Elementary, Theory and Harmony Class for Older Pupils. I Studio : 2329 Monroe Ave. Phone 2C71-M I . I We fully realize that there is but one senti- m I ment in business . - - I I confidence! j After that the entire structure is built on I quality, price and service. Every purchase I g( ; rnade at this store carries with it an insur M 3 ance policy against the possibility of any im M perfection in manufacture or any dissatis- II faction that may occur to the purchaser. m We value your confidence above all else j and earnestly strive in all our words and ac- ! j tions to fully merit it. You are real sure to enjoy doing business here. m i: Why not try us today? j I I BURTy I JH Men's Sewed Soles 55c W Ladles' Sewed Soles ...50o H Rubber Heels (any Kind) . . 3ft0 (llrdyfcijll-" V ) All kinds of shoes don wWk . you wait H " 323 24th St cup of seeded and chopped raisins, splcos to flavor, 1-4 cup of cleaned ! currants and the same quantity of rhopped pecans Fill deep patty pans and bake In hot oven. Oat Meal Drop Cakes. Mix together 2 cups of oat meal a cup of seeded raisins, a cup ": nut meats, and chop all together well i Ajjd cup of softened butter, , creamed with 1 mp of sugar add three beaten eggs. Vs teaspoon of soda In 1-4 cup of milk The grated rind of a lemon or orance wUh a table spoon of the Juice Is also an excel lept addition, 2 cups of flour. Be;t well and drop from small spoon on buttered tin and hake MARKING THE GARBAGE CAN If the garbage can becomes shahh treat It to a coat of aluminum paint and save the price of a new one To mark a garbage can print the Initials on It with metal-eatlnc arid, then coat with black paint over the letters On housekeeper flndlnc that palls c" mixed up on th dumb waiter in an apartment house, h.id her husband paint different numhors of red bandr all the way around the palls belong lng to the neighbors using the dumb waiter -one hand for the ground floor two for the iserond. and three for the third, and so on TO SHARPEN SCISSORS. Cut them rapidly on the neck of n small glass bottle, or on I croun) -glass stopper Tt trues the edges ami makes them cut like new Another wav la to place the scissors upon an ordinary knife as If In the act of cut ting Ry this manner several tlmM you will sharpen your scissors. CHURCHES Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Fif teenth street and Washington avenue. J E. Vanderwood. paptor Sunday school at 10 a. m Sacramental serv ice at 11 a. m. Preaching at 8 p m All wtll be made welcome. Central Park Presbyterian Wash ington avenue and Thirty-first street Rev Arthur F Wit tenberger. minis ter. Bible school in a m. Commul lon service 11 a m There will be no evening service of this "-ongrega-tlon. They will unite with the Firs Presbyterian people at their rhurch. Adams avenue and Twenty-fourth street in hearing newly appointed missionaries t the Orient. French service will be conducted by the Waldeuslan leader of Italy. Rev. Da-1 vld Basio at the Central Park church at S n m First Church Christ Scientist Sun day services. 11 a m ; subject "Man " Sunday school at 9:46 a m Wednesday evening testimonial at b o'clock. First Baptist On Grant Rev H D Zimmerman, pastor. Bible school at 10 o'clock 11:15. morning service, with the celebration of the Lord's Bnppsr A quiet hour around the ta ble of the Lord. 7, B. Y. P U.. topic. "The Ideal Christian. IX His Faith." Leader Robert Torroan. R. Evening service with sermon, subject. "The Better Life, and How to Find It." 8. Thursday, mid-week errlda topic. "How God Guides In Life" Frldav evening at ft o'clork there will be a reception given to the teachers of the High school and grade schools of the city, under the auspices of the young people's societies in the city. Fuller announcement later. The first meeting of the Ladies' Mission Orel' will be held Wednesday afternoon in the parlors of the church. First Presbyterian John Edward Carver, pastor. Morning worship at 11, theme. "The Master's Master piece." Evening I'nlon Presbyterian service at ft The Chinese Recruit meeting speeches hv oupoinc mi. slonarles to China Sunday school at 12:15. Endeavor at 7 Ellm Swedish Lutheran Qorn.61 Jefferson avenue and 2&rd itraol j Erik Floreen, pastor Sunday school 10 a. m. Swedish sr-rvi-ps. 11 a. m Church of the Good Shepherd ; (Episcopal) Twenty-fourth and , Grant avenue, William W. Fleetwood. rector Children's service and ad I dress. 10 a m. Morning service and sermon, 11 a. m Music by vested V Soft Water J If -Why not? 1 , Hard water makes j hard washing. I Makes the hands ( SOPADE SOFTENS HARD WATER Makes washing J easy. 4 Makes clothes dean. J SOPADE ; SAVES 1 P&F SOAP fj at all JeJot A w y JAMES PYLE j & SONS y EDGE WATER, N. J 35 HORSEPOWERLEC LIGHTS --114 INCH WHEEL BASE j AGAIN THE PRICES COME DOWN AND THE VALUES GO UP Just received a shipment of these wonderful cars. Come in and look them over at our sales- 1 room, or telephone us and arrange for demonstration. $350 00 completely equipped. SPECIFICATIONS AND EQUIPMENT. With Gray & Davis Electric generator and starter $1075.00 t 0. b. Toledo. Deo trie head, side and tail lights. Cowl dash. Storage battery and ammeter. Turkish upholstery. , 1 35 Horsepower motor. Mohair top and boot I 114-inch wheel base. Clear vision windshield. j Tlmken bearings. Stewart speedometer Sphtdorf magneto. Electric horn. Model R Schebler Carburetor Flush U doors with disappearing hinges. Three quarter floating rear axel. Brewseter green body with light striping, 33 by 4 Q. D Tires. nickle and aluminum trimmings. ! Compare the above specifications with any car on the market selling at from $1200.00 to $1400.00. BECRAFT AUTOMOBILE COMPANY. choir. A R White, leader and solo- , 1st. Christian Reformed Holland serv ices at 2 o'clock at Central Park Presbyterian church, corner 31st and Washington. Rev. G. J. Haun, from Chicago. Ill , will be the speaker. The First Congregational Adams avenue and Twenty-fifth street. Frank G Bralnerd. minister Regu lar services will be resumed Sun day Mornlnc sermon. 11 o'clock Kvenlne sermon. S o'clock. Sunday school. 12:15. T. P. S. C K., 7 p m. In Second Ward Mrs. John Clllley la to address the Parents class of the Second ward at 10:26 tomorrow morn ing. Her subject will be. "Music.'' oo DEATHS ANO FUNERALS CROW -After a two weeks' Illness, resulting from hemorrhage of th brain, the death of Mrs. Sarah E. Crow, aged 62. wife of R. T. Crow, occurred at the family home, 1569 Washington avenue, at 8 o'clock yes terday mornlne Mrs Crow 16 sui vlved by the following sons and daughters: Mrs Albert Stone, Og den; Mrs William Drake. Wells. N'ev.; Mrs. I H Whiteside and Mrs C W. Holland, both of Green Top, Mo ; H M Crow of Cobre. N'ev.; C. C. Crow of Pierre, S. D , and George Crow of thia city Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. G. F Rass weller. pastor of tbe First Methodist church, at the hom at 2 ; .! o'clock tomorrow afternoon On Sunday morning the body will be sent io (Ireen Top. Mo, the former home, for interment EDDY Funeral services for Wil liam Harvey Fddy will be held In the Undnulst chapel at 1 o'clock Sunday nfternoon. The remains may be view ed at the residence 127 Thlrty-firrt street this eveninc and tomorrow un til 1 o'clock. STEPHENSON Peter Christian Stephenson, a resident of Weber, county for 50 years, died at 11:20 o'clock yesterday morning of tuber- i iilosls, at his residence In Farr Vest. He was born In Denmark In 1817. and! came to Utah 2r years ago, setting, in Weber county A widow, seven ! children; eighteen grand children and six crea't-Krandchlldren survive him I'uneral services will he held In the : meetinK house at Farr West at 2 ' u uiuiis ouuuuy. BUCK WALTER Funeral servim? . lor Maihias Henry Buckwalter. the 2 -year-old son of Mr and Mri. Steph en Buckwalter. were held yesterda j i.fternoon in the Second ward meet ing house. Bishop Robert McQuarrle officiated, T S. Browning and C. J. A Llndrjulst were the speakers Mrs . Agnei Warner anrt Mrs Bernlce Glaxler sang "Abide With Me. Mrs. Rernice Brown Krlckson sans "For bid Them Not " MIbs Irma Browning gave "My Little Child" and Miss Jo sephine "Shorten sang "Unanswered Yet." WHEELER James Elmer Wheeler 2-year-Old son of Mr. and Mrs Jamea M Wheeler died this morning! at 7 o'clock at the residence 2046, Liberty avenue art" a six weeka ill ness of stomach trouble. The home Is at Rosette Utah. Time of funeral services will be announced later. REFUSES PROBATION Oakland Cal , Sept 6. Rather than have his three daughters Urlng at Nashville, Tenn . notified of his dis grace. W D Bowers aced ... con victed of passing a worthless check for 5. refuaed probation Judge Mur ray took the case under advisement and said he hoped to find a way-by which the aged man could be kept out of the penitentiary- j GLEE CLUB TO; GIVE SONG SERVICE The Fourth Ward Glee club will give a song service before the North Ogden Mutual Improvement associa Hons Sunday evening. September 7 Those forming the Glee club re: Mrs. Ruth Call. Miss Nellie Pear'.) sopranos; Mrs Arthur Wilson. Miss Sadie Peart, altos. Mr. Frank Bur rington. Mr. Edward Saunders, ten ors. Mr William Purdie, Mr Robert Peart, basso; Mr Orson Griffin, con ductor: Mr George Young. Mrs. Wa!-1 ter West, accompanlsfR w WIGMORE FUNERAL Tokio. Sept 6 An impressive fu neral service for the late Major Hu- ' hert L Wigmore. military attache of the United States embassy, who died September 2. of appendicitis, was held today. The body is to be cremated and the ashes sent to America. UMPIRE TALKS OF FORFEITED GAME New York, Sept. 6 In order that I the position of the New York club! would be understood on the disputed Kame. played in Philadelphia last j Saturday, permission has been obtain ed from President Lynch to print Umpire Brennan's statement on the affair The club feels that In some clr j cles there has been a misunderstand ing of the facts, and a belief that the game was forfeited at the Instance of I Manager McGraw. The club wisheo , to point out that the New York club had nothing to do with the forfeiting of the game The following Is a copy of Umpire Brennan's statement- "1 forfeited todays game to Neve York in the ninth inning Following is the case: "A part of the centerfield bleachers had ben roped off and police sta tioned in them In order that batters could see After the first man to hut fnr .Vew VnrW hnH I,.-, ,, nut nut. the people broke through the ropes and all started to wave hats and coats and n was impossible for me to see a ball that waa pitched. "I called time and asked Cnptaln Doolan of Philadelphia if he cowlrtn I get the people back as I couldn't see a ball He told me he couldn't and' wouldn't try I then wen I .nd asked, the police captain In charge if he wouldn't have the officers put them hack "He said he would not take anvl orders from me and that Manager Dooin had sent word to him to let the people stay there I then told j Captain Dooln to take the officer which he refused to do 1 warned Mr. Doolan If he would not 1 would forfeit the game as I couldn't see a ball that was pitched He again re fused and I then forfeited the game to New York. "No one asked me tn Atop tin game I did it on my otv n accord because I couldn't sep I was not hast and took tpn minutes before I forfeited. (Signed) "William BRBNNAN" I i I " H - I 'V i'Eifcw! S H k H 1 Bn Se 9 S Hi WM WFb BS& If 4 lTREEll : I ffSf?ST i ;ifii tea:; IMPORTED BY SAN FRANCISCO : HALF P0UNPj I jB - I HAD HER THE1E Mother (annoyed i on procrasti nating boy! Haven't I told you time and again that, nothing shoad be I put off till the last minute? I 'lllle How about dving, ma" p ! G HI CHESTER S PILLS yytj. Ladle-! Ak yoir DrasUt t f l-rh-!rr 1 V I m . , D J T: r J A Ltjpi. II.. la lird i- I tiold r A '-. Ki'H '-b B'-e l'.;.y H W-J Take do other Bar of tu V - df Urufuut. a.w ,( iri cuY-s-Ttaj C Jf DUUOND I1RANO PILLS,efU V'O B jenkaonDit.Sft.AIii KiW( -r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWgjj II LEGAL NOTICE OF INTENTION ii Notice is hereby given by the Boafl I of Commissioners of Ogden Cil L'tah. of the intention of said BoaH j to make the following described 10 1 provements, to-wit To create Hudson avenue, north E from 2Dth str-et as far as Hudson avenue Is now opened through block j t. in S O. S., ae a sewer district, aad to construct therein a pipe sewer to gether with the necessary maahols, and connect all with the manholes of I the present sewer system, and to de- fray the whole of the cost thereof es timated at $700 by a local assessment on thf lots or pieces of ground laying I and being within the following dis trict, being the district to be benefU- ed or affected by said improvements, 12 All the land lyins between the outer boundary lines of said avenue and a I line drawn 13.' feet outward from and ' parallel to the said outer boundary j lines. Said district to be assessed for the cost of putting in the sever 1 between 2Sth and 29th streets, also for securing the right of way for said sewer, from the north end of said Hud' 1 son avenue to JSth street All protests and objections to tbe irrying out of such Intention must l he presented in writing to the City j i I Recorder on or bofnre the 1 s t h day of i September at in o'clock a m. that being the time set by said Beard of Commissioners when the wHl bear J i and consider such objections as may j I ' be made thereto, at the mayor's of- I i flee at the City Hall, Ogden City, ; L'tah. By order of the Board of Commls- sioners of Ogden City. Utah. Dated this 26th dav of August, 1913. H J CRAVEN. City Engineer t Plral dav of publication August 26. 1913 i n st day of publication September 17, 1913. b I r 1 1 "THE UTAH AGRICULTURAL COL- w j LEGE OPENS SEPTEMBER 23, 1913.' s WE SELL FOR CASH 1 INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. i Phone23IREEDELD7E '