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m 10 THE OGDEN STANDARD. OGDEN, UTAH: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1914.
I Woman's Page Smart Velours Waistcoats Seen in the Shops Becoming Very Popular Monkey Fur and Satin Combined on Pink Evening Dress One Piece Frocks Very Modish Have Your House Gown Coincide With Room in Which You Serve Luncheon In the Grape Season Several Excellent Recipes for Preparing Grapes Picot Edging Very Simple. I "The stars incline, but do not compel." Horoscope FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1914. Fair fortune smiles on the world today, according to the readings ol tar TTrnnn Junltcr and the I Sun are all strongly benefic in Influ ence. Neptune alone being adverse. It is a time in which to push all business affairs, planning and taking action without dolay Buying Is under a sign held to be particularly lucky and speculation may be successful, if it is concerned with quick transactions. Uranus gives confidence in schemes that demand daring and foresight. While this swa continues whatever is unique, original or curi ous may bring immense gain. The rule Is most propitious for new in ventions Airships will concentrate attention, it Is prophesied, to such an extent that undreamed of gains will be made in manufacture. All who command, all who hold places of power and all who benr large responsibilities should benefit today. The conditions are good for politi cians who desire to seek favor from constituents There is a prophecy that the No vember elections will rause surprises that will greatly affect the status of wcincn. The visit of Mars to Sagittarius the sign ruling Spain, may cause trou ble to that country or to the king Death that touches the royal fam Ily of Great Britain again Is presaged by the start The seers announce the need ot cultivating the virtues of thrift and economy. They prophesy a general reaction against the growth of waste and extravagance. Mercury and Mara in the fifth house at Delhi give warning of trou ble in India. The destruction of a railway with loss of life is a pos sibility, according to the interprets tion of a London astrologer Persons whose birthdate It is hae a happy augury for the coming year. I owed and success through travel and change ts probable. Thost who are employed will be lucky. Children born on this day may be self-willed and high-tempered, but I they will enjoy success and progress) in iiie. Cleverness In handling other i persons is often trait of these sub jects of Libra. (Cop right. 914, by the McClurel Newspaper Syndicate) oo SEEN IN THE SHOPS. A Velours Waistcoat. A smart velours waistcoat is made of dark green and brown There are "deep pointed fronts, and three small points of pique are stitched to lap from the right over the left side, under the amber-colored glass but tons. A high, pleated ruff of linen is fastened into the neck of the waist coat at the back. Monkey and Satin. A pink satin evening frock is made with a white net tunic edged with monkey fur, and a flat Eailor collar of the net, fur edged. Over the white net, monkey-edged tunic there is one three inches shorter edged with a fringe of pearl beads. One-pleea Frock Fastened in Back. A black frock consists of a loose, waistless bodice of satin that reaches to the hips and fastens in the back with jet buttons. There is a band ot jet embroidery about the high round neck and a frill ot tulle flares upward There are long tulle sleeves, full below the elbow, v.'ith a bann of velvet at the wrists and a frill of tulle over the hands. There is a bash about the hips, with two ends held at the back under two big Jet ornaments. The skirt consists of a satin foundation, with a long tulle tunic bordered with three bands of black velvet ribbon. I MATCHING GOWNS TO ROOMS. One ef the chiefest endeavors of the woman who is making a house gown is to have it coincide with the room in which she pours tea She docs not wish to wear mauve and pink and blue if the wall paper and upholstery scream at these colors. She must take every detail of her room into consideration when she is choosing a frock that is to be worn most ot' the time in that room It she does this, she is an artist; if she does not, she should be taught the trick IN THE GRAPE SEASON. Pickled Grapes In Honey. Seven pounds of good grapes (wine grapes if possible). The stalks must he left and carefully packed in a Jar without bruising any of them Make a syrup of four pounds ot honey, one pint of good vinegar, with cloves, etc , to suit taste. Then boll the syrup csrefully skimming it, for twenty minutes While boiling ho pour the syrup over the grapes and seal. This will keep perfectly for years, as the honey is a preserva tlve. To Preserve Grapes Uncooked. (Sealing with sealing wax) Have ready hot sealing wax and in it dip the cut ends of each bunch stem Remove all imperfect grapes and place the bunch in a hag of thin paper or a sheet of some soft paper, gathering it up at the corners and tying around the stem snugly, fasten ing to the latter a string by which It may be hung until needed. Keep fruit if possible in a cool dry, dark place. Grape Catsup. To each fire pints of grapes allow one pound of sugar, one-half pint of vinegar, one-half ounce each of Cin namon. cloes and mace. Boll sugar and inegnr together for fifteen mln UtSS, Heat the pulp and 6kins mean time, let cool and rub through a colander Add this to the vinegar and sugar, cooking twenty minutes. If too thick reduce. Grape Jam. Heat grapes over boiling water un til soft, then simmer gently for thir ty minutes. Let them cool a little and press through a colander Weigh the pulp allowing one and one-eighth pounds of sugar for each pound of pulp. Cook together, simmering, end stirring carefully, until it thickens IIUU Jain CIHIIWICUVJi ucu yiav-c sml Jars. Either ripe or green grapes, or half and half may be used ( Wild grapes Mil not harden as well.) Lemon rind may be added. Snow Grapes. Wash and dry carefully bunches of grapes, large or cut into small clusters. Fasten a looped string to each stem. Whisk the white of an egg partially and in this dip the (flut ters, then sift oVei them powdered! sugar till they are thickly coated Hang on strings over plates or lay on plates and set on ice for several hours Grapes in Jelly. To one quart of hot grape juice add two tablespoons of dissolved gelatine. Place a layer at the bottom of a mold; chill, then add a row of grapes cut In half and seeded; then more liquid and again chill until set Re peat until the mold is full When Jollied, unmold snd garnish with whipped cream PICOT EDGING. To the uninitiated the picot finish looks very' complicated, but this pret ty edging is merely hemstitching clipped through the center. Half of the stitching remains on each half or the cut material. The hemstitching can be worked in white or colored thread. This makes an economical edging when ribbon or other odd pieces of stuff are to be used for vests, collars and cuffs. A line is basted through the middle of the fabric to indicate the line for hem stitching With the plcot finish two borders are done at once by cutting the hemstitching in half. nn RAVES NOT AFRAID, SAYS THEIR CHIEF Philadelphia, Oct. 7 "Boston is not afraid. Don't think this sories ls all over before it is played. We are not going into it licked before the game starts The Braves will giv as good an account of themselves in this series as they did in the National league. They know all about and re spect the Athletics. Connie Mack has a mighty good ball club. I have a ball H Don't Poison Baby. HH QRTY YEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must hare HH PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sloop. These drugs will produce 1 sleep, end e FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP g9H FROM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING. Many are the children who HHj have been killed or whose health has been ruined for life by paregoric, lauda- H sum end morphine, each of which is e narcotic product of opium. Druggists jHH arc prohibited from sellinf either of the narcotics named to children at all, or uHH to anybody without-labelling them " poison." The definition of "narcotic" HBH is : "A medicine which relieves pain and produces sleep, but which in poison- H ' ous doses produces stupor, coma, convulsions and death," The taste and HK smell of medicines containing opium are disguised, end sold under the names flH of " Drops," " Cordials," " Soothing Syrups, etc You should not permit any HHi medicine to be given to Tour children without you or your physician know 1 of what it is composed. C ASTORIA DOES NOT CONTAIN NARCOTICS, if it bears the signature - HH of Chas, H. Fletcher. SV Genuine Castorla always beers the signature olsaY, &lcU& H I All Price on Foodstuff is advancing, but I HOME DELIGHT AND j BLUE RIBBON BREAD j y is better than ever. THE HESS BAKERY j Phone 601. 2557-59 Grant Ave. club myself, and when this series is over I expect many more persons to Join me in my opinion of the team's superiority." Seated under a blazing electric horneshoe in the lobby of the Hotel Mnjcsllc tonight, George Stalllngs, manager of the Boston National league baseball club, reflected in his views of tho forthcoming contests with Connie Macks Athletics a radiance that tho gigantic emblem of good luck could not outshine 'Don't believe all this talk about thore being only three pitchers avail able for the serleB." continued Stall lngs. "Otto Hess will pitch good ball. He is a veteran of the Amorlcan league He Is a lefthander and has faced the Athletics many times. "Then, that talk about the White Elephants being weak bofore left handers. Ask Rube Mnrquard Thoy appear able to hit pretty nearly every kind of pitching, even If some twirl era do seem to worry them. But, re member, Boston is not alone a pitch ing club. Our team has some hitters and we do not feel weakened, al though Smith is ont of our lineup." Stalllngs would not venture a pre diction as to the length of the series, nor would ho forecast his pitching selection for the opening game. w SURPRISES MANY IN OGDEN The QUICK action of simple buck thorn bark, glycerine, etc , as mixed In Adler-I-ka, the remedy which be came famous by curing appendicitis is surprising Ogdcn people. Many have found that this simple remedy drains so much foul matter from the sstem that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas on the stomach almoct IMMEDIATELY. Adler-i-ka is the meat thorough bowel cleanser ever sold A. R Mclntyro. Drug Co , Eccles Bldg Advertisement uu ASQUITH'S SONS ENLIST. London. Oct. R. 3:25 a m. -Three of Premier Asquith's sons have vol unteered for active service Two are now training The third, who Is convalescing from a recent Illness, has failed to pass the physical cx nmlnatlon. AWFUL CARNAGE CAUSED BY FRENCH SHELLS Paris Oct 7 Emile Faber, the correspondent of the Tournal des De bats, who is a lieutenant of tho Al pine chasseurs, writes from near Ver dun "I have seen German trenches choked with corpses, their heads sep arated from their bodies and limbs! torn off. Further away were several infantry regiments that had been en tirely destroyed, their bodies forming heaps three feet high. In one wood 1000 Uhlans were wiped out "This awful carnage was caused by our wonderful seventy-five-millimeter guns. I have seen them destroy en tire columns at a distance of 800 yards. The explosive force of the shells of our heavy artillery is so great that six horses could easily be interred together in the holes which the projectiles bore Into the ground." LFV How Thin People Can Put On Flesh A New Discovery Thin man and women that bis. hearty, filling dinner you ate lat night What became of all th fat-producing nourish ment It contained? You haven't gained tn weight on ounce. That food passed from your body like unburned coal through an open grMe The material mas there, but your food doesn t work and "tick and the plain truth ls you hardly get enough nourishment from vour meals to pay for the cot of cook ing. This Is true of thin folks the world over. Your nutritive organs, your func tions of asslmlllatlon, are sadly out of ge.ir and need reconstruction. Cut out the foolish foods and funny sawdust diets. Omit the flesh cream run-ons. Cut out everything but the meals you are eating now and eat with vary one of those a single Sargol tablet In two weeks note the difference. Five to eight good solid pounds of healthy, "stay there' fat should be tho net re sult. Sargol charges your weak, stag nant blood with millions of fresh new red blood corpuscles give the blood the carrying power to deliver every ounce of fat-making material In your food to every part of your body Sargol, too, mixes with your food and prepares It for tbe blood n easily assimilated form Thin people, gain all the way from 10 to 25 pounds a month while taking Sargol, and the new flesh Stays put. Sargol tablets are a scientific combination of six of the best f leah-produclng elements known to ehemlstry They come 0 tablets to a package, are pleasant, harmless and In expensive, and A. R. Mclntyre Drug Store and all other druggists In Ogdcn and vicinity sell t.hem subject to an ab solute guarantee of weight Increase oi money back. Advertisement. 00 CIVILIANS ARE CHARGED WITH STARTING FIGHT Rome, via Paris, Oct. 7. 11 20 p. ra A telegram received here from Ber lin eqvb: "The civilians Of Lanaeken, Bel glum, having attacked Qerman troops, reprisals were necessary. Lanaeken was bombarded and its church de stroyed. Along the road between Lanaeken and Tongres all the houses were burned." Both Lanaeken and Tongres are m the province of Llmburg. oo BELGIANS MAKING A GALLANT FIGHT By HUGH MARTIN. Belgium (name of town deleted by censor), Oct 7. The siege of Antwerp !s developing into a second battle of the rivers It is raging from Ter moude on the west to Llerre on the east along the banks of the Scheldt, tho Rupel and the Nethe, which the Belgian army is defending agalnat odde but with stubborn determination. The main attack at the moment in being launched against Lierre, the enemy having apparently determined to cross the Nethe at this point But 1 lgorous pressure is also being ap plied along the Termonde-Mallnos road, in the neighborhood of St. Amend, with the object of forcing th Belgian field army beyond what can best be described as tbe elbow of the Scheldt Field Armies In Fight. 1 spent some time on the fortified plain before the city where the field artillery is again distinguishing lfself. In the western sections tho struggle Is between two field armies, the Bel gians having the benefit of fighting under their excellent fortress guns It cannot be too clearly understood tbat thero 1r a vital difference be tween the defense of Antwerp and those of Liege and Namur. While the 42-centimeter howlteers may dis pose of a Briamont ring fortress, It by no meane follows that they will be equally successful against a wlh spread network of flood, mines, wire entanglements, intersected by water courses such as that which I passed t through this afternoon while I waa in the western area of operations A brief but violent attempt was made by the enemy to storm a short length of Belgian trenches, and a hall of rifle fire swept over the plain. Tbe attack was repulsed. A Strong Endorsement W. H. Holmes, of the Decorab, la.. Journal says, "I have been a sufferer from Piles and Hommorhoids for years. I got no relief until my dniggl9l recommended Merltol pile Romody Before I had taken half tho package tho distress was gone and I have had no trouble since I would not take a thousand dollars and be back In my former condi tion" Price $100 Culley Drug Co., Exclusive Agents, Ogdcn, Utah Ad vertlsement. ALLEGES CONVICTED MAN IS INNOCENT Boise. Ida,, Oct 7. If the nffldavlt placed before the state board of par dons here today Is correct, Timothy Sullivan incarcerated In the peniten tiary undrr a forty-yenr sentence for the murder of Lucy Miller at Poca tello, November 30 1909. is being unlawfully Imprisoned for he is In nocent of the crime W H Witty of Pocatello presented SUlllvan s application for a pardon II" created a sennatlon by laying before the board an affidavit made bv Geo. W. Cox, a business man of Pocatello. Cox clnlms In the affidavit lhat while at Idnho Falls when Sullivan was on trial at Pocatello he had a room next to a commercial traveling man. who apparently was coneclence stricken. He confided lo Cox ihi't an innocent man named Sullivan was then being tried for murder at POCR tello nnd he knew that he waa In nocent, for hr- was in the house when Lucy Miller was found dead, and knew the circumstances He wai worried oer what action to take. He wnnted to save Sullivan but did not want his own identity disclosed Cox at that time knew nothing of tho crime Later he moved to Pocatello. The board will investigate the case. Specialist ExplainsCause of Stomach Trouble VALUABLE ADVICE TC SUFFERERS "There ,-ire many different forms of Stomach trouble." sold n wl!-known specialist recently, "but practically all are trnceable to excessive acidity and i fund fnrmi ntntlon. Thnt In win thr re- j nits obtained from the use of drugs are j URUAlly o fllsappolntlng Admitting fermentation and ronsrrjuont acidity of I the food contents to be the underlying I cause of most forms of Indigestion, It! naturally follows that the use of a re llnlile antnrid such as the pure blsurat-d' magnpsla which Is so frequently pre-I scribed by piisMans will produce bet-j ter results thnn any known drug or combination of drugs Accordingly I al most In ''.irlnbl advise those who com-I plain of digestive trouble to get some ! blsurnWd magnesia (note the n;tme care fully as othr forms .ire unsuitable for this purpose.) from their druggist, and take from one to two teaspocnf ills of the powder, or two f grain compressed tab lets, with a little water after meals This by ImmMlatelv neutralizing the acid and stopping the fermentation, re moves the cause of nil the trouble and Insures normal and hnlthv digestion" Sold b A R Mclntyre Drug Co Advertisement uu 1915 APPOINTMENTS 1 TO WEST POINT Washington, Oct. 8. Announcement was made by the war department to day of the appointment of candidates for admission to the military academy at West Point in 191 j as follows: Colorado Bnice A Maqnan. Den ver; Charles L McGlnnis. alternate, Idaho Springs; Wynot R Irish, al ternate. Canon City. Idaho Lee F. Jones Montpelier; Oscar T. Yates, alternate, Boise. Texas Cvtus F. Smythe, alternate, Thornton; Anderson H H Lumpkin, Texarkana Washington John F. Newland. Jr , Chehalis, Don R. Briley. alternate, Spokane oo OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE JAPANESE New York, Oct 7. The East and West News bureau tonight announced that it had received a cable messao from Tokio as follows "Tokio, Oct 7 The war depart ment issues the following official an nouncement: " 'After examining the reports re ceived from various sources, it is in ferred that among the enemy's war ships in the bay of Kiao Chow, in ad dition to the Kormoran, two other gunboats have been sunk, ns nothing haB been seen of them since October 3. On October fi a Japanese regi- BaStt ON FACE SPRtAG RAPIDLY Ran Up to Ear. Blotch of Pimples. Itched and Swelled. Used Cuti eura Soap and Ointment. In Twi Months Trouble Gone. Oatfo, XTls " My aUter Had a very bad. ap. w. rnaol-nK tor on the aide of her fee ad it ru up to her ear. It com mmrA with a mnaU blotch 5fVfyPk at pimfim whlrk tamed Into nf y4 of rah aad prr-4 W mpidJy It itebad ad looked i I r tod aore for adm tau .Xf-X. and dUKbtlr awt-Itad. A thin VfeVV tb MM whrh looked Ilka TV wJf1j Thm the veflinc ouM imm ad It vouia k a apd lit It hotWed ear during deT- ad wvuld to raetlna. It waa a kind ef arcana. "to treated far n Sm and It did t help tor It top preedine laier and deeper. Savin aly need OutUnjra na we tM har t try it mn aha got aoaaa OuUoura oj and OtntMMt and taaad than. Mto waaW tto aara Trr " " n?ur Soap aad applied the CntWnira Ointment ttoan tivaaa a day. It waa two nootto when It waa entirely swn " BJed) Mia Sntaaa ftrfuloff, kv m4' Samples Free by Mall Altbaufh tto Ontrcur onp aad Otn nnt are meet, rwcaaful fn the treatment of adeettvae of tto aealp. liaJrand hanaa, ttoy ara alaa aaoat raJonoU for erary dar m ta tto tsJM. tot aod -urecry ba rauee lauj pratuat ad maiatnfta tto health f theahftn aad kafc- frewi laraocy to ea. On Ueura Swap (26c and Cuttenr Ointment 50e.) ara cold everywhere. Sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book Addraan yort-oard "CuUcura, Dept. T. Horton." Coming to j 1 OGDEN I i 1 ISIS THEATER 1 Thursday, Oct. 3th. j The Greatest, most Fascinating, and most edu- ; j j Sgk cational of all-high-class Motion Pictures liiiSb snowmg various phases and incidents of : Grant ment made a midnight advance along the Shan Tung railway as far as Chinan. There about thirty locorao lives, in addition to some 700 passen ger and freight cars, fell into the hands of the Japanese soldiers.' "A German gunboat, probably tho litis, was seriously damaged by the shots from the Japanese field guns on October 4. She fled, towed by two other boats, into the bay of Kiao Cbow, but sank shortly after ward. At present there are three gun boats wlth-in the bar, including the Kaiserin Elizabeth "When the Japanese squadron oc cupleJ, on October 6, the Jahiit island, one of the Marshall archipelago, they found no German warships there or on the way After destroying all equipment for military use and seiz ing ammunition, the bluejackets 11b eraled a Japanese who had been ar rested, and released an English mer chant vessel which had been captured." oo How's This? Wi offor n noBilrfd PnlUrs RtTtrd for 4117 es of C.tirrh thnt cannot br curi1 by tlall r Calirru Cu,r. V J CUCNHY CO.. Toledo. O. Wf tho uili ri'l(fni hart know T J. Chr.-i.-T for the latt 16 jrtn and b.Herf him crfrrtly honorable In all buaioers traoaaetlons nr.. 1 Onaarlallr able to carry otrt aor oblleatlona aiade br bla firm. NAT BANK Or COMMERCE. Toltdo. Ohio. rial!' Catarrh Cure I taken Internally artlng dlrecMr upon the blood and muoooa aurfaee ot thv . :t, il Testimonials xrnt tret Price 75 :cuN per bottle. Sold bj- all Druggled. Tak dall s family Pills CM constipation. uu POCATELLO PASSES 12,000 MARK. Pocatello. Ida.. Oct. 7. The popu latlon of Pocatello in almost 12,500, according to the new city directory', which was placed in the hands of the 6iihserlberB yesterday. Nearly this number of names are in the book, besides other informa tion of public interest. oo FIND HUNTING EXCELLENT. Provo, OcL 7. LeRoy Dixon, My ron C. Newell, Leo Bown, E. G. Jen sen and Wells L. BrlrahaJl have re turned from a deer hunt in the Henry mountains, where they report deer and chickens to be plentiful. FRENCH WAR OFFICE REPORT Paris, OcL 7, 11 26 p m The offi cial communication issued by tho French war department tonight an nounces that the g-round previously ceded by the French between Chaulnes and Roye has been retaken and that on tbe center the French have advanced on certain points. The test It aa follows. "Except on the two wings where the German attacks have been re pulsed thore has been nearly com plete calm along the front. "On our left wing tho German cav alry has been held in check; to tho north of Llllo, It has been driven back "Between Chaumos and Roye the ground previously ceded has been re taken. "On tbe center we have made an advanco on certain points. "There ls nothing to report on our right wing " Tho following official communica tion was glvon out In Paris this after noon : "Ou our left wing the battle still continues with great violence. The ' opposing frouts extend Into the re gion between Lens, nine miles north i east of Arras, and La UAsnee, 18 miles southwest of Lille, and are lengthen ed by masses of cavalry which arri in grips as far as the vicinity of Armenteirs. nine miles northwest of Lille and virtually on the Belglau frontier. "On the front extending from the Somrae to the Meuse there is noth ing to report. "In the Woevre district the enemy made a new effort to stop our prog ress, but his attacks again failed. "In Russia the German army de feated in the battle of Augustowo. which lasted from September 25 to October 3, endeavored to arrest tho Russian pursuit at prepared positions along tbe line of the Wilballent front ier. At Lyck the Russian troops continue their advance and at several places they have penetrated into East Prussia. To sum up. the German of fensive on the Nlemen has been brought to an end by a complete check, accompanied b very consider able losses." on FRANK P. KING DIES IN BOISE HOSPITAL Boise, Ida,, Oct. 7 Boise tolay was shocked to learn of the sudden death of State Engineer Frank P. King at a local hospital after an ill ness of twenty-four hours Death was due to acute Bright's disease. Mr. King was a native of Chester, Pa., and was 62 years of age at the time of his death Ho is survived by his wife. Governor Haines will be called upon to make an appointment to fill his place. Mr. King was at his desk Monday During the night he was taken ill and Tuesday romoved to a hospital Death took place at 4 o'clock this morning. Mr, King was one of tao most eminent engineers in the west He is credited with laying out the Denver &. Rio Grande railroad Later he was engaged by the Hill intorests in Oregon. On his report the Hill road was routed through Malheur canyon. He moved to Idaho ton years ago and later laid out the Boise & Intenirban out of Boise to Caldwell. Two years ago he was appointed staty engineer and was considered the best the state has ever had. A SKIN OF 8CAUTY 18 A JOY fQHCVtN Dr. T. FELIX Q0URAU0 S Oriental Cream OR MAGICAL BEAUHF1ER j'.S MaicoTia Tan, ritala. El SiENl Fracklaa. Moth Patebaa. I v I Kaah and Skin DlMaaaa. 8 . fc. ad avarr blamlah oa t m laVB J )AH?J !' and daa da- ft Jr t&f na I tood Co0 si y th taat ofMyaaja. and B Sat m A ' C pT a ao barmlaa wa taat vT f) It ta ba ira It la aro- yfll a UVrl parly ma4a- Aceapt na jAS' srrJijjn onntrfalt f a I mi Jar rvfT . jgVn I aama. Dr. L A.Sajra JXjQSl "Id to a, lady ifUi f X T II T baottoa (a patiant ) : yi VL-s 1 ' Aa too ladlaa will aa lb era. I rarommand . . , 'G'atarauoTa CraV aa tbs leaat harmfol of all tb aklgj praparitieoa." At IlriiCk lata anil Department aloret rd T. Hapkiai j ton, rtopi, 37 tVnl Joce SL H.T.CL LADIES HAVE YOUR CLOTHES TAILOR-MADE This Season. Repairing and Re modeling. New York Ladies' Tailor 414 25th Street. ( CHICHESTER S PILLS 5-affrv - TO DIAMOND 1IKA.YD. A tzJSJbswi hi i ";Ur 1 ir "iBf" VAN i-tH "''a RlL-iK.n.V T") 2 fcr Bur f jar I r, Mf DIAMOND DUAND I'lLT.ft, for "Vr V SWD BY DRUGQJSTS EVERYWHERE FRATERNAL SOCIETIES Brotherhood of American Yeomen, Ogdcn Homestead No 1505 meota on overy Tuesday evening In W. O. W. hall Fraternity building, Washington avenue. Visiting Archers are cordial ly invited to meet with u. LeRoy McKnlght foreman, 334 29th street J. A. Junk, Correspondent, 3202 Wash ington avenue. Queen City Rebekah Lodge No. 4, I O. O. F , meets second and fourth Saturday evonlngs at Odd Fellows hall Visiting members Invited. Aa nino Carlson, N G . Hazel Wolhaupter, Recording Secretary. Order of Owls. Ogden Nest. No, 1218. Order of Owls, meets every Fri day evening In their own hall (the old Blk club rooms) at 8 o'clock, Visit Ing Brother Owls are Invited to at tend the next meetings. T. C. Iti . l son President: O. C Re berg, Seere tarr j Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ogden S Aerie No. 118, F. O. E., meets every V Wednesdav evening at Eagles hall. Hudson avenue, at 8 o'clock. Visiting f broth? Eagles are Invited to attend the aerie meetings. Club rooms open st 11 a. m. Wm Doyle. W. President; B. R, Gelger. Secretary; Dr. C, BJ. Wardleigh. Aerie Physician. MASONIC Queen Esther chapter No. 4, O. E. S.. regular meetings held at Masonic hall on Washington are., between 25th and 2Cth sts.. the first tad third Fridays of each month. So journing members cordially Invited to attend. Minnie Parker, W. If.; Callle E. Cave, Secretary. Woodmon of the World. Weber camp No 74. meets in the W O. W. ball. Fraternity block. 2320 Washing ton avenue, every Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Woodmen cot dlslly invitod to attend. C. H. Har tog, C. C: W. M. PlRgott. Clerk. Ladies of the Maccabees of the World, Silver Hive No. 1. meets every first and third Friday evening at 8 o'clock; and every second and fouth Friday afternoons at 2 30 o'clock In Woodmen hall, Fraternity block. V!s itlng merabern cordially invited to at tend. Alice Collins, L. C. ; L. Jennie Prout. R. K. Royal Neighbors of America meets every second and fourth Monday nights of each month at 8 o'clock at the new Odd Fellows hall. Fraternl'v building Visiting neighbors invited. Etta Ingebretsen, 1978 Steel avenue Lillian Newton. Recorder, 27th and Quincy. Utah Camp No. 9990 Modern Wood men of America meets cverv Tuesdiv night In new K. of P. hall, 3 doors north of postoffice. Out of town mcrn bers cordially invited to meet with us. O. F. Olsen, ConsuL J. H. Shafer, Ogden Lodgo. No. 2, Knights of Py thlas. meets every Monday venlng at 8 o'clock in Castle hall of the Py thian building, 2351 Grant avenue. Visiting Knights welcome. A. E. Pratt, C. C; W. L. Underwood. K. R. S.; W. G. Kind. M. F. j Royal Highlanders, Ogden Castle No. 525 meets in the new I. O. O. F. hall, Fraternity block, 2320 Wash, ave , every 2nd and 4th Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Highlanders cor dially Invited. A. F. Wykes, L P. William Muller, Sec.-Treas Women of Woodcraft. Ogden Circle No. 581, meets every Wednesday night at 7 80 o'clock, new Woodman Hall, Fraternity Bldg., Wash. Ave. Vlaiting Neighbors invited Dues can be paid to McBride Drug Co.. 2466 Washington Ave. Anna Mills, G. N, 223 W. 31st Street Phone 1650-R. Marie Crltes. i Clerk. 2731 Monroe. Phone 1931-R. 1 For DE LUXE ICE CREAM CALL PHONE 2559 GERDING & WILLIAMS rDumore Vacuum Cleaners j We Rant Them as well aa Sell Them. OGDEN ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY. 2448 Washington Avenue. i Phone 693. j SLADE TRANSFER j I Phone 321 j j Office 408 25th SL j t "SLADE HAS AN J AUTO TRUCK NOW" I FANS REPAIRED I j Motors Re-wound. Work Guaranteed. Electric Service Co. Phone 88. 425 24th St. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF OGDEN, UTAH. U. 8. DEPOSITARY. Capital I150.0OO.0C Surplus and Undivid ed Profit. 250,000 00 ! Daposlts 13,000,000.00 M. S. Browning, President. , John Watson, Vice-President. L. R. Eccles, Vice-President R. B. Porter, Vice-President. Walter J. Beatle, Cashier. Jas. F. Burton, Asst. Cashier. H