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J . THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH: MONDAY, AUGUST 10. m4. .
I 8 - m 1 I Woman's Page Tango Set Delightful Birthday Present-Corsage Bouquet Another Acceptable Feature of Tango fet-Vamty Pocket of Flowered Silk How to Prevent Woolens From Shrinking Asbestos Oven Eggs Cur ried With Peas Delicious. I PRESENT HER WITH A TANGO I SET. Every girl under 50 tangoes now i If vou know oue whose hirthda.s o cure this month present her with a tango set. which Includes several IT tides she will take delight in using this summer. Hrsi and foremost la the tanpn set Is a fan. for summer nights are warm, nnd the tie". Ofl I ces are strenunu?. One of the Inu pensive paper fans with a floret de sign and sticks of carved wood will answer, or a muse fan spangled or plain. In either case the fan shouid depend from fl long chain of white beads, tlin ones, like seed pearls. A vanln pocket of flowered silk j containing . dimunlrive powder purr. bit of chamois 10 mop r perspiring brow and one of the small flat box es of cake rouge will be another item I or the summer tango set SUCli i pocket ebould b rather flat, with m envelope flap and a snap button fas lening. Some girls sew a snai button lo the other side of the vanif pocket and also to the brassiere id side the loose bodia near the belt so that the ranlt) case is always closr at hand ye' quite Invisible. A corsage bouquet Is another ac rcptablp feature of the tango set It Is difficult to obtain cultivated flow 1 em In the countrv or by the sea un less one s"tids to tovrn Tor thtm. Even then violets, gardenias, roses and or- chids are difficult to obtain in nrd summer, when there is little marke: ; for these exotic blooms So a cor sage bouquet, fresh and dainty In con- Idltlon for raeled out violets smunc; ed gardenias and flattened Rilk rose do not add to the effect of an eo ning gown will he most acceptable to any woman. A pair of adjustable shoe trees, cov ered with shirred ribbon will com plete the laugo set Satin slippers even kid slippers, will keep their shape and last longer, especial! in j summer, if shoe trees are slipped into them the moment they are removed from the warm, damp feet. TRY SOME OF THESE German Almond Cookies Yolks of six eggs one and a half trf,ilc nf cn-rar thrpf'-nnnrlprs nf n i I cupful of butter, oue cupful of al monds, chopped; one tablespoonful cr cinnamon, three cupfuls of Hour Bea well, drop small spoonfuls on a we'l greased pan and bake lightly Omelet. Two and one-half tablespoonful of flour, three-quarters teaspoonful of alt, one cup of milk, three eggs, three tablespoonfuls of butter Mix the salt and flour and add the milk gradually Beat the eggs until thick and lemon colored then add to the first mixture. Heat the iron frying nan and put in two thirds of the but ler; when the butter is melted, pour In (he mixture. As it cooks, lift with a griddle akefurner so that the un cooked part may run underneath, add the remaining butter as needed and continue lifting the cooked part until it is firm throughout Place on a hotter pert of the range to brown, roll and turn on a hot platter. How to Prevent Woolen from Shrinking. Woolen garments that are careless ly washed, grow hard and shrink on account of the Interlacing of the wool fiber It has little projections like saw-teeth which catch on one another. It is, therefore, important to keep th? fiber from becoming matted. A wash board should not be used nor shoulJ soap be rubbed on the garment. Wa ter, both for rinsing and washing should be warm, and the soap should be dissolved in It before the immers ing takes place. Asbestos Oven. A small oven of asbestos can be great help and comfort All you need is a strip of heavy asbestos three quarter of .a yard long and in inches wide, with a piece 12 inches square for cover Asbestos keeps Use'f curled and by being lapped over can be used over utensils or dirferent sizes. The surrounding asbestos con serves the heat and is a good econo my of gas. The smallest jet is enough for stev. mg and just a little more for boiling. The pan or cas scrolc must be lightly covered. This orks well on a wood stove. Il Je V ,hinss uarni alter the fire goes down. Eggs Curried With Peas. Six hard boiled eggs, three level tablespoons of butter, three level tn blespoons flour one level tablespoon of cum powder. ohe-haif level tea spoon salt, few nrains pepper, on ;in,l one-half cups or milk one tea spoon onion juice, one a" l'r M Cut the eggs in quarters, length wise Make a sauce by molting th butter and adding the floor, curr; powder, salt pepper and milk. Wlie l thick and smooth add the onion Juice cook tor rive minutes then add th eggs and beat thoroughly Hem the peas in boiling salt water, drain and reason with salt, pepper and butter Turn the eggs into a hot platter and surround with the pm rr I CREDITORS LIQUIDATION COMPAQ Expert collectors accountant? and business adjusters Suits brought in companv s name if desired Bonded to the .state or Utah tor $5,000.00 "We get the money" 20G Col Hudson BIdg Phone ST. Advertisement KAISER'S MEN ARE WITHOUT FOOD Brussels. Aug. 10. General Vonj Emmlch of the German army, entered Liege city during the night oi Friday. On Saturday the surrounding forts still held out. The entry of the town was efrected between the torts of Ev- ; ignee and Fleron by lu.bi.iO troop- oi the various arms General Von Emmich immediately I Issued a proclamation declaring that civilians had fired upon the soldiers and that should the offens? be re peated the city would be bombarded by the artillery stationed In the cita del. There is. however, little likeli hood or anything so frightful happen ing, the inhabitants having been warned by the hurgomaster uot to carry any arms During the first hours or the occu pation the inhabitants remained hid den, but yesterday, according to the refugees they ventured quietly into the streets. The Germans have token up their abode in the university, bc hools and other public buildings and do not In trude into private dwellings. They are conducting themselves well in every way and are paying for what they want In the few shops that still remain open They natural j ly pay in German money. There is every reason to believe that the German transport service s deficient. Not onl the soldiers who have occupied Liege, but the prison I ers who have been taken into the open country to the north have all demanded food They say tiny (ought for a day and a night with out food The Seventh. Nlntb and Tenth Ger man army corps were engaged in the attack on Liege. Only one division is now concentrated in Liege The ; others are waiting and resting and j preparing to press forward. rr WAR FEVER STILL RUNNING VERY HIGH London. Aug. 9. The enlistment of I 30.000 special policemen lor Londoa i will begin tomorrow. University men brokers bank clerks, actors, men of all classes propose to join. Cyril Maude, Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Sir George Alexander are organizing the actors, while iscount GoBchen heads the bankers Tiiey will guard the waterworks, railways tunnels, etc.. relieving the territorial? for more important duty. Each man I You Must Drink Water Whether You are Well or 111 Pleasant, From Sparkling j Earth-Depths Water Wyoming Is invaluable in disorders of the Stomach. Liver. Kidneys. Bladder. Skin. Etc. rwm&,,m' ia Arthriti.. Constipation. Jaundice. Diabetes. Bright'. D Dropsy. Cystitis. Eczema, and a host of other ills. A well-known, successful physician aayar "It not only benefits the tick, to You. Aqua tone is endorsed, recommended and used successfully by physicians in their practice. Has cured many acute and chronic ca given up as hoplSs W rite today for the evidence, which U free for the asking PAULSON MEDICINAL WELL CO, SARATOGA, WYOMING Ask your dealer for OUR Delicious Raisin Bread Mf& in Sanitary Wrapper! mm 10c THE HESS BAKERY HK Scientific Bakers 2557-61 Grant Ave. Phone 6Q1 1 , GERMANS HAVE GREAT NAV Y, BUT IT'S SMALL COMPARED WITH FOES' UNITED FLEETS 7 ' ' ' l . I.I ill tn on duty lour hours each day. A special patrol of motor boats which have been loaned by owners will po lcr the Thames. Home Secretary Reginald M Ken na today issued the following itate j ment : "During the last two days a consid erable number of Germans, chiefly reservists, have been arrested in vari ous pans of the country. This has been done .is s precautionary meas ure. as is usual In the earlv stages .if war It is no' likely that the deten- tion of most of these prisoners will be prolonged. Every consideration : will bo shown them while they ar-.v , detained. Those aliens known to b"? spies were arrested early last week 'Though there is a clear necessity for takinp precautionary measures. the public maj rest assured that the I great majority of Germans remaining ' In this country are peaceful and 'n j nocent p rsons from whom no dangeT j is to be feared. i he International Women's Suf frage Alliance has -arranged to look after German women and girls in Eng l land The National Union of Worn j en's Suffrage societies is prepared for active service in relieving Eng I llsh women. Why Actresses Never Grow Old Theatrical NWirkli I Nijthlns :onctrnlng ih- professional 'scrnis mii' iii.xUnu to the df-Hr old pub lic than hf iTpiual youth of our f.-m-llnln'e members Ho often we hear re- I marks like, "Why. I her as Juliet; I forty years ago and 'h do?n-r look aj I year older now " Of course allowance 11 I made for makeup, b;ii when the uh ' off th' stai a i us.- range, they need; another xplanatlbhl How strange women eenerally haven't I ileariifil ihf- ' i i ,,f U-'plnK tin- 1i- e lyounffl Hon simple a matter lp gei an! i ounce of mei . iilized wax at the drug i store, apply it tiki cold cream and in ih- morning wash It off! We know tww thls: graduaii. Iroperccptlbl) abaprba old cu-j Itlcle, keeping the complexion new tind fresh, free from fine lines Ballowneai or! over-rednep.- We kn6n too. that this ' mercollzeil wax 1m the reason actreoi) aon't wear moth patches. IIt spots, plmplpfl and the lik-' Whv don't our i sisters in the other side "f the footlights lean! th reason, and profit by it-? Ad- i tlaement. j BELIEVES TIME HAS COME FOR ACTION I Washington, July 9.--Congressinan I Alexander of Missouri chairman ot I the merchant marine and fisheries committee of the house, is heartily in favor of the government owning and j operating steamship lines Hi6 idea Is that It should build up this trade and then Bell to private individuals 'For -miic months past I have had! ! cn my desk a bill which I intend to I introduce and which provides for a ' committee of congress with repre sentatives ol the national nav y and I ether departments to ask for govern-, ment ownership of steam ship lines, said Representative Alexander "1 had first thought of introducing; a bill asking for an appropriation of $25,000,000 to build ten ships for each trade The various trades, the South American trade and the far eaat trade.! etc., demand separate and distinct types of boats. "The ships carrying on the South I American trade and elsewhere could I be officered by the naval reserve As soon as any particular trade was de velopcd private capital could take It I over. "At present there Is no disposition on the part of capital to invest and something of this sort has to be done shortly With such a system the gov i eminent would have no trouble in regulating freight rates." Senator Nathan P. Bryan of Flor ida, a member of the committee on' naval affairs, said: "I think we should have many large transports connected with our fleet to be used as a merchant marine in time of peace This arrangement would serve a double purpose. It would aug ment the strength of the navy and at the same time would puarantee that CASTOR I A For Infants and Children ; In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears I Signature of k2S6k American goods would reach the s 8 , rious markets of the world This war in Europe has shown that our lor eTgn trade must sutler as long as there are not enough American u n ed vessels to do the work "Our experience during the Spanish American war when we tried to build up the shipping lndustr from nation al innds was somewhat discouraging With this in mind 1 think It is not 1 the best policy to rush through half baked legislation With due delibera tion we- enn grauuaiiN ouiiu up u American merchant marine that Will be inferior to that of no country on the globe and which will operate with dispatch under any ami all GOndt- tions " BATTLEFIELD AT VISE DESCRIBED London. Aug IQ 2 15 a m.). The Haily Telegraph's Rotterdam corre spondent in a dispatch filed Sunday says: "How deadly was the task the Ger mans undertook in rebuilding the bridge over the River Meuse Is shown by the Rotterdam '.'ourant s corre spondent at Maastricht A pontoon bridge, built by the Germans, he said, was shot away so that further troops could not cross it. The Twenty fifth and Nineteenth Qermajo regiments, v. hiili supported the hridge builders were mowed down hv the quick firing guns A wounded Belgian was asked how the German? had fared and re plied in one word. Annihilated ' "The wounded who can be trans ported by pail are to be brought from the hospitals at Maastricht to Alk maar ' Another correspondent, who visited the battlefields at Vise and Liege, writes : "Not far from the little Dutch fron tiei village of Mesch, I passed the remains of a big German camp. Dead soldiers, civilians and horses and wagons, carts, automobiles and bi cycles lay in confusion. Germans and Belgians lay side by side evidence that there was fighting m.m to man Houses had been sacked because the soldiers wished to avenge themselves on civilians who fired upon them from w itidows. Civilians who did -not fight were; allowed to pass, hut Gorman guards jefuse to allow this courtesy to the Belgian civilians w ho were cngageu in the bottle Poor wretches they I must wait where they lie not d3rlng to move for they declare they will be shot at. "I met a party of German officers in an automobile. They held their re Ivers in their hands and scrutinizes me closely. They appeared to be dl-j spirited because of the fact that twice! during the last two clays there had been a panic and German soldiers had fired on comrades by mistake They asked me not to speak in the pres ence of the wounded. "After the constant fighting the soldiers were exhausted, but they lay beside their horses fully clothed, readv to be roused at a moment's notice.'" IOWA NATIONAL GUARD IN CAMP Des Moines, la.. Aug 10. Iowa Na tional Guard troops comprising four reglment6 and numbering :!ot)0 of f i cers and men under command of Gen eral Hubert A. Allen, went into camp at Camp Dodge, near here today. The encampment will continue for ten days. Original plans contemplated the in clusion of the Nebraskan National Guard but these were changed and the encampment Is being confined to the Iowa guard. uu NEW ARRIVALS WANT TO RETURN ALREADY London, Aug. 9. T:05 p m Many Of the Americans who arrived in Kiir land esterday on hoard the White Star line steamer Oceanic already are applying to the American relief1 German dreadnoughts in battle formation; German dreadnought firing a broadside. A study of the navies of the warrins: nations in Europe indicates that while Germany is powerful on the sea, she and Austria have nothing like the combined sea strength of England, Russia and France. Germany has not a single strperdreadnought built and has only three building. Eng land has thirteen euperdreadnoughts in commission and seventeen build ing. Germany has seventeen dreadnoughts; Austria two; France two; Great Britain sixteen. Germany has thirty other battleships; Austria fourteen; Russia thirteen; France twenty-seven; Great Britain forty-eight-England and her allies have 62 armored cruisers; Germany and Austria 12. Germany has twenty-seven submarines; Austria eight; Russia thirty-one; France seventy-three; England seventy-seven. The German dreadnoughts seen in battle formation above are of the Deutchland type, Grmany's crack $6,000,000 fighting machine, ihe dread noughts which belong to this class are the Deutchland, Schleswig-Holstein, Pommern, Schlesien and Braunschweig. The first five are of 13,400 ton displacement and the last named is of 12,997 ton displacement committees lor cash and a return pas sage to the United States. The pas sengers who were released from the Hamburg-American line steamers Kronprinzessln Cecilie and I'rin. Adel hert interned a' Falmouth, also were appl xk for aid The (.erman steamship lines refuse to grant refunds on ticket deposits, travelers being given onh nontrans ferable orders on the New York offi rompanies Theodore HeUler of New York. head of the citizen's committee, said today that his committee was working i in complete harmom with the London citizens' committee. Because of temale harpies repre senting themselves as committee agents, the committees today ap pointed three agents, two of them women, to meet all incoming trains. Three American girls who were ap proached in a railroad station yestcr da by false agents said their susplc- Ions were aroused b the kind of lodg ings to which they were recommend ed, whereupon they escaped The po lice today assigned detectives to ar rest suspicions characters. no FEDERAL BOARD I IS INSTALLED Five Members Take Oath of Office and Prepare to Open New System. Washington, Aug. 10 The five members of the federal reserve board.1 which will control the new federal banking system, took the oath of of-1 nee today and immediately began completing the steps preliminary to the actual opening of the new sys tem to business. Charles S Hamlin. F A Delano W P. G Harding. Paul M. Warburg and Adolph C. Miller, received their commissions, signed by President Wilson, from Secretary .McAdoo in1 his Office, where the ceremony took; place. Mr Hamlin is governor and Mr Delano Is Ice governor Th'i' , t.rst formal meeting will oe neid next ' Thursday I The taking of offic e by the board ; j was the last step in the preliminary J stage of launching a completely new banking system lor this country, the subject of consideration in congress! I for many years Officials expect the! transition to be accomplished very! smoothly and It is probable that thoj twelve reserve banks, authorized by law, will be open for business within 8 few weeks. uo LINES TO MEXICO CITUUT OFF Cable Lines From Galveston to Mexican Capital Down Land Lines Probably Cut. Wa8hintgon, Aug. 10 All comnui nication with Mexico City was cut oil ! today, according to a mesage from Consul Canada at Vera Cruz to the! state department. The message said i i i utii caDie lines rrom usivodwo iu ! the capital were down, and referred presumably to the Vera Cruz and Puerto Mexico routes Consul Canada did not offer any explanation of the interruption of communication, but it is assumed! that the land wires may have been I cut by Zapatistas In the vicinity of i Mexico City For several weeks trains' for Vera Cruz and Puerto Mexieoj over the Mexican railway have run under heavy military guard as far asi Esperanza, where the line starts! down the mountains from the high ' plateau on which Mexico City is lo cated Land wires from Vera Cruz follow the route. All stations are! guarded by squad6 of soldiers because! ot recent activity among the mouu-j tain bandits, though railway traffic ' has not been interrupted ;t any time nor any effort lo cut the tracks reported WILL NAME FUSION TICKET ON TUESDAY Provo. Aug 9. The Progressive county convention will be held Tues day in the Central school, beginning at 10 o'clock B. A. .Mitchell has been selected as the temporary chairman l.'nder the arrangement with the Democratic party, which holds its convention at the same time in the Provo opera house, the Progressive party will nominate the following members of the legislature and coun I ty officers: One senator, two representatives, county commissioner for the four-year term, county recorder, county super intendent of schools and the assessor The Democrats will nominate one senator two representatives the sher iff, the county cb-rk. the surveyor, the treasurer, the attorney and the commissioner for the two-year term. DID YOU EVER SEE CANDY SWIM? These hot days are bad for candy, especially the choco lates, and thev fairly swim NOT SO with us, however, we have a refrigerator which keeps them in perfect condi tion. Yellowstone Park? Headache Tablets? Drugs WASHINGTON AT 25TH IS! PEOPLE IgSsgslafai Save money n a stocking if they put In $10 they draw out only 110, wh.le f they deposited $10 In our Savings Department they would not only have $10. but 4 per cent interest on their money and Safety betides. Deposit your savings with Ogden Savings Bank Ogden. Utah. M. S Browning, President R- ccl. Vice-President. John Watson, Vice-President Chas, H Barton, Cashier For Your Stomach's Sake I try and make it a poini t0 , , of your meals at THE PALACE CAFE 176 25Qi Street 1 FRATERNAl h J0OETlESJ Brotherhood of American Yeomen, Ogden Homestead No. 1505 meets oti every Tuesday evening in w. 0. w. hall Fraternity building. Washington avenue. Visiting Archers are cordial ly i n v 1 1 r f 1 tn meet w ith US. IyRoy McKnlght, foreman, 334 29'h street. I J. A. Junk. Correspondent, Wash ington avenue I Queen City Rebekah Lodge. No. 4, I. 0 O. F., meets second and fourth Saturday evenings at Odd Fellona hall Yisitinu members Invited An Die I prison, N G , Hazel Wolhaapter, Refolding Secretary. Order of Owls, Ogden Nest, No. 1218 Order of Owls, meets eery Frl day eveninc in their own hall fthe old Ell. club rooms) at K o'clock Visit ing Brother Owls are Invited to at tend the next meetings T C Kr son President, G. C. Reberg, Seer, tary. Wompn of Woodcraft Sego Lily Cir cle No. 174 meets every second ann fourth Thursday nlght3 at K o clock In I. O O. F. hall; vlsitlnc neighbors 1 cordiallv Invited France? roppoci. ; n , BS7 27th St. Kate Heyman, ' Clerk, 332 83d. Fraternal Order of Engles. Ogden. r Aerie No. 118. F. O. E.. meets every Wednesday evening at Eagles' hall. Hudson avenue, at S o'clock. Visiting brother Eagles .ire invlied to attend ihe aerie meetings Club rooms onn at 11 a. m. Wm Do lo. W President E R ;e!ger Secretary: Dr C E. Wardleigb, Aerie Physician. MASONIC Queen Esther chapter Mo t. 0 E. S . regular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington ave.. between 26th and Jflth ats.. the first and third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially invited to attend Minnie ParUer, W, M., Callle E Cave. Secretary. Woodmen of the World,. Weber onmp No. 74, meets in the W O. W. hall, Fraternity block. 2320 Washing- cun avenue, t?t?ry iiiuiciuay c irnia at 8 o'clock Visiting Woodmen cor diallv inlted to attend. C. H. Har tog, C C . W M Plggott. Clerk. I.?dies of th Maccabees of the World. Silver Hive No. 1. meets eerv first and third Friday evening at S o'clock, nnd every second and fouth Friday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock, in A Woodmen hall. Fraternltv block Vis Iting members cordially invited to at tend Mi' e Collins, L C-, L, Jennie Prout R K Royal Neighbors of America meet1; , every second and fourth Monda1 nights of ea h month at. 8 o'clock at j the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternity huild.n. Visiting neighbors Invited Ktta Ingebretseii. 197S Stel avnnne. Lillian Xewton, Recorder, 27th an1 Quincy. Utah Camp No 9990 Modern Wood men of America meets every Tuesday night In new K. of P. hall. ?. doors north of postofflce. Out of town mem hers cordially invited to meet with ns O. F. Olsen, Consul. J. H. Shafer Clerk. 1 Ogden Lodjre. No 2, Knights of Py thias, meets every Monday ovenlng at I 8 o'clock in Castle hall of the Py ihian building, 2";."i Grant avenue. Visiting Knlchts welcome. A. E. Pratt, C C , W. I, I'nderwood, K R S.. W. G. Kind, M. F Roval Highlanders. Ordn Castle o 525 meets In the new T. O. O. F. i hall. Fraternity block. 2r.20 Wash. ae . ', every L'nd and 4 tii EViday evening at I 8 o'clock. Visiting1 Highlander cor I dlally invited. A F. Wykes, I. P. I William Muller, Sec. Treas , , Women of Woodcraft. Ogden Cm :1s I No. 681, meets every Wednesday night I at 7 no o'clock, new Woodman Hall. I Fraternity Bldg . Wash. Ave. Visltin; Neighbors invited Dues can be paid to McBrlde Drug Co . 2460 Washington vo. Anna Mills C, N . 22:'. W. 31st Street Phone 1650-R Marie Crite?. Clerk, 2731 Monroe Phone 1931 R. IDumore Vacuum Cleaners I We Rent Them as well as Sell I Them. OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY I COMPANY, I 2448 Washington Avenue. Phonn 6Q3 DE LUXE ICE CREAM CALL PHONE 2359 GERD1NC & WILLIAMS SLADE TRANSFER j j Phone 321 ! j j Office 408 25th St j FANS REPAIRED Motors Re-wound. Work Guaranteed. Electric Service Co. Phone 88. 425 24th St. ' CHICHESTER S PILLS me DIAMOND BRAKD. M V-AM hl.diM.k.riBlraojBri,dAl M &aPfrv In tted t.d UB14 c"l7VV jTV YfcM !"? ' Blua KlbMB. V 1M lr Jf DIAMOND I1R1NB PJlA,s. fo ti r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERWHfR