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FlL THE OGPEN STANDARD: OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, T9T9. ' 5
Woman's Page! CLOTHES FOR WEE FOLKS j New York, April 12, 1 1 9. Peggy Dear: Could anything be more fascinating than shopping foi free folk I find nothing more enjoy able. Fashions for little girls and bo-. a 1 displayed on Fifth avenue arc charm ing. A bevy of beautiful frocks foi the petite miss of four to six j ears holds on" spellbound in admiration. For very, very dressy occasions oh. I . parties and birthdays and similar t times comes a (ream net creation, daintiness Itself. It i.s gathered to the tiniest little okc, while small pinic rosebuds hold a touch of springtime I v and youth. A narrow French blue rib m bon twists itself into a fascinating ro sette at th back of the yoke and ends in a lone sa.-h Of course, silk socks and patent leather one strap pump await this charming and dainty gown made just to be worn by three years young, the blondest curls jnd two adorable dimples For Darker Type of Girl. For the litilc girl of darker type bobbed black hair, but blue eyes comes a Mother Hubbard frock of soft, ling;, blur Bilk. About the neck is a hemstitched band of pink (th" taven 1 der shade) which wanders into little 1 hemsttiched tabs all around, thus sim ulating a yoke. The tiny puffed sleeves a"re banded the same way, while tho hem of the dress is made of the pink silk with upturned hemstitched tabs to balance the down turned ones at th neck. Individual to a degree, Tcggy, n'est-ce-pas? Softer fluffiest, puffiest bonnet are being shown on Fifth avenue of net, a few rosebuds, perhaps an os irich tip voila! a charming hat. Most noticeable in fashions for the very youngest folks is daintiness, love lmcss. perhaps a wee hint of extrava gance. I was impressed, however, by 1 "i ih very prateical note in fashions for I older girls- from 7 to 12 years Trimming Always Black. Here .note of seriousness seems to 'enter. I j Chambray and gingham in durable quality and sensible patterns plav an iinportaut part. Ever so many pretty! K. dresses are fashioned of pink and' white blocked gingham Jnvariabl the trimming is black. It may be a middj style rr Russian blouse dress, vmiIi a black lie or belt; again it is a loose play frock embroidered in blacft r a semi-fitted fro k with wide, white I ruffled bertha, but somewhere is a touch of black and embroidery. More j often than not the waistline is ; achieved by effect rather than line, j y There may be side tabs buttonholed to i I he frock or a tiny panel at front or1 back, but there are very few decided, v.aistlines in juvenile frocks. Blue chambray in pleated fashions gathers unto itself the ery smartest of white collars and cuffs, quite like I mother's, and often boasts wonderful BRIGHT AS TULIPS THIS SPRING WRAP .. i M What could be cleverer than Its yoke effect devised by a hair dozen J overlapping tui k&7 There la a gen erous scarf collar of the satin ! and instead of sleeves, mere slits ; It's a true to type cape embroiden in rod or s6mc other j bright shade. Charming Coats in Blue. A number of coats are shown in sizes ranging from three to perhaps' twelve years, and they are charming. Navy blue or the many checked pat-j terns are favored, and some of these, coats arc designed so much like the coat dresses mother wears you would almost expect Ma'msclls Petite to don : her coat without a frock. Hats are mostly of French blue, braid made mlo the prettiest shapes' drooping to shade the face, and are embroidered in backet effects or con ventional designs, and some of them, Peggy, have wondrous lone ribbons. Remember, Peggv . how Dorothv used to look longingly at Big Sister'3 NEW FIELDS FOR WOMEN The days are forever gone when if a gentlewoman wishes to maintain herself, she must resort to music, boarders, needlework or housework. A large perenta of girls graduat ing from high school enter immediate ly into the business world. W'nh this condition ban come a hansre in ethics. Oirls, your first re sponsibility is acquiring a place in the Jbig sea of utility is to maintain an im personal attitude toward your fellow men associates. Sex must be forgotten in business so far as expecting con cessions or courtesies socially your due. If you are late in reaching your desk and you are reproved, take your medi cine no pouting, tossing the head or muttering. If you wish to uphold the spirit of true gentlewomen and fur thelr their chances Of power and use fulness, admit the justice of the re proof and resolve to do better. Men still monopolize positions where physi cal strength and uninterrupted endur ance are the chief requisites. Must Take Pains. Both men and women must be pains taking in order to succeed. Girls, bust-1 ness and sentiment are not allied. As a business girl you are a cog in this machinery fulfill your part. Don't take ' a position with any foolish notions in your heads of your employer becom ing enamored wilh your charms. It Is poor taste to accept invitations out of. bu?iness hours from your employer and fellow clerks Country girls coming to town must ' not be dazzled bv the civility of men 1 associates. This means no gallantrv It i- only the urbane manner of well-; bred men when addressing women As to Business Girls. Business girli should be neat and; trim in dres. Wear clean shirtwaist?, or simple dark dresses of sensible lengih. Their feet should be com fortabb shod An angel could not re main angelic in tight shoes and high heels ompclled as business people .re ! io stand the greater part of the day. Press modestly, comfortably and unob truslvely Business interests are not promoted by bizarre and conspicuous ly dressed employes. KnOW vour business, be accurate and 1 keep your equipment in business like order. Salespeople who gossip behind the, counter about affairs of their own are rude and disconcerting to customers vainly wailing for attention, Mil di Jimgofm.T whell 1J34 1231: The young lady across the way Bays nothing is more tiresome than riding all day on the ears and she should think people who have to make a Ion.; Journey, !rom New York to San long journey, rom New York to San Francisco, for instance, would al ways take the night train graceful cape v,rap' No longer need Bhe gaze with longing eyes, for d signers have brought forth the most wondrous capes for juveniles. Al!d the greatest joy of these fash ions for kiddies is their colorful jouth which beautifies all costumes. Fondl;. yours. MINNA. BECAUSE thousands of tons of aluminum were used ' in the making of giant steam jacketed kettles, coffee I urns and other utensils for battleships, transports, canton ments, field kitchens and hospitals, some styles and sizes of "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Cooking Utensils I , were unobtainable, for home use, during the war We are glad to announce, however, that we now have resumed manufacturing a complete line of "Wear-Ever" utensils in quantities sufficient, we hope, to meet the. nation-wide demand for these most durable utensils that are likesilver in their shining beautv. utv,. Replace utensils that wear out wtr I wtn utensils that "Wear-Ever" nwiM Look for the "Wear-Ever" trademark on the bottom of each utensil iuHlm. The Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co., New Kensington, Pa. THE NEEDS OF YOUNG CHILDREN Miss Alice Tlavcnhill, professor of home economics of the Utah Agricul tural college, in a little pamphlet pub lished by the college, gives some In structions to mothers on the proper fferllng of their children. PROPER FOOD FOR THE CHILD i ne year of proper feeding early in life is worth ten after forty years of age."' Regularity of meals is most essen tial. Judge not the child's appetite by adult's inclination. Teach the child adult's food is not his Cultivate tastes for all-good nourishing foods at the proper time. No adverse comment on food at the table. Variety in da'sj meals but not great variety in each j meal. Plenty of water between mcal. I Serve sweets a end of meal only.! Growing child needs, "between meals." Have them regular and .simple, serving no food of sweet nature to tempt child's appetite. Second Year First 6 Month Milk". C to 1 qt. Cereals strained or jellied 1-21 oz. in milk Cereals unstrained. (Whole grain on account of ash content ) Yolk of one cc (iron, phosnlioru ) Fruit juice or b rained pulp orange juice, prune, apple, pineapple, peach juice 2 3 tsp. Second 6 Months of Second Year 1 tender green vegetable as spin ach, carrots, green peas well cooked and strained. Hard bread (to teach mastication and develop gum? ) Third and Fourth Year Milk 3 C. to 1 ql. Milk Hie basis of diet, but varied as junket gelatin, custard cereal pud ding, milk toast with bread, corn flakes or rice, l whole egg "boiled ' poached, shirred, in soup, or egg nog not fried or as omelet Well cooked bread, dry or hardened. No sugai ex cept in dessert. Fruit at least once a day (cooked with very little sugar.) Green eatables of mild flavor, deli cate texture mashed or chopped very fine .is .-.tring beans, cooked celery, etc. I Starch vegetable potato baked. Des sert --Milk puddings Btewed fruit. Beverages Cereal coffee or milk flavored with a little cocoa occasion ally. No tea, coffee or chocolate. Milk Is the child s beverage of which he should have plenty. Five to Seven Years Same a- preceding oar with a little additional sweet and lat in food. Food too highly sweetened or seasoned, dc Stroys natural appetite. As a special favor a little whipped cream Sherbets or ice cream once a week, with and not hetween meals Raw fruits with caution, mostly cooked. Bananas always cooked, unless or ripe. Dried fruits well cooked. I No preserves or very sweet canned Stale bread. Butter spread on bread, never cook ed In. Stale sponge cake, graham or whole wheat crackers. No meat until after 7 years is best. Eight to Twelve Years mall amounts of meat and fish may be used. No rich gravies or sauces. Sweets at end of meal, never be tween meala Plain candies only, Nut butters, not nuts. Jellies spread lightly, no preserves. Raw fruits more freelv, very aid avoided. oo Secret Service Is Necessary for the Security of Country NEW ORLEANS, April 16 At to daj e meeting 01 the International - soemtiou ol hiefs of I'oIich William A Pinkerton, chief of ihr ,, t, ( t , servlcp of that name, mad. a plea that the federal government establish an adequate secret service to met I the perils of violent radicalism as exem plified by the I. W. and Bolsht Ifll movements. He said in part: "Before this honorable body ad journs I desire to say a few words about the Bolsheviki. which, with the' I. W, VI . and their kind, so often have! been, and, wilh increasing frequency must be, considered and deal! with by peace off era. "I ask you to consider my remarks, as suggestions for discussion and con-! sideration, with a view of finding, if possible, a way to centralize a course j for the futuie control of these ele iii' nts that will be an improvement over the heretofore Indefinite, ispae raodic. unsai isfaclory and, often, in jurious methods. Quick Action Needed. "At the present time I consider the I. Y. VY. merely a passing annoyance, ami it, Bolshevism and any othei such: movement can be successfuiiv com baled iheir propaganda reduced and their growth controlled, if nt entire-j ly eradicated, in this country, jf tak n in hand forcibly now. "At the outbreak of the war there was pressed into the service an army intelligence department, a navy Intel ligence department and the, depart ment of justice, and there wore also formed "iich organizations as the American Protective league, the pro tectlve department of the United States shipping board and tin- plant protection department, thlfl last ror 'be protection of manufacturers and! plants having large government, cei tracts. "Persons to perform important gov ernment secret service work in I,he army and navy intelligence dcpait ments were selected from among doc tors, bankers, merchants, architect) ett and l am creditably Informed that of these less than 1 per cent, or one person in 100, had previous poll 01 detective experience Experience Teaches Lesson. ' The experience wo have been through in these past lour yean should guide us for the future, and we should know and be fully in formed of what is in our midst1 by having a tederal secret service of am ple site, possibly 1000 .ments, prop erly established for this work. A fed eral force of trained detectives that win centralise, connwi up and bt together data gathered by itr. repre sentatives east, west, north and south. I w Knsnei ore a mix sconmasr onpgp T Mothers of America: H VOU have your own reasons for preferring Hickory I Garters for your children. Won't you be good enough to write us and. tell us what they are? We have youngsters of our own. Some of us are watching the "second generation5' spring up. We've kept close to childhood we've studied children and they've taught us a great deal. Especially, how to make most satisfactory and most comfortable I garter for them Hickory. f But, we're interested in hearing from you about your children and their experience with Hickory. You may f help us to serve you still better by writing us a few lines. It's our ideal to give you I I ( I the best carter value obtainable. Your word I MADE IN U S.A. te , t of suggestion is welcomed. A line of ap- 1 ICKoIryYi proval from you will be shown to our I f::3s2n thousand, happy workers here. 1 Size A 12 to 13 yoars You can surely imagine now your f jjj expressions will stimulate us all. I p Suppose you write us now. BgJH H JCKORY Garters at your dealer; ' j I. STEIN aVCOMPdNY I I PARIS GARTERS LN??Vjf for men New Ytrk JBbBB wBBB& I Five famous HICKORY fcafrtrcs i V tvmBBBv kQBBBR d '1C on'y ' ' ' 'r'1!, t-.jrlrr made v.ith the patented rubber onhion I IBBBBtTfl 11IHe!R which holds '.t. Line1 firmly between rubber and rubber. I wBfffff& Jl 1 iPuSSfl 1 Saves stockings and darning. I mBB&iwv 'J nlxwEaHfyjIl Easily adjusted buckle. II BhwBBfjU Extra .:::-- pin cannot bend or break. mKM Itik aOvHB 9 A. Highest quality ela tic ar.d nebbing, thoroughly tested, uniformly T'lfl Vllli excellent. I W ijfV " Guarantee with every pair assures your . complete latisfactioa or I fsifh-flL -JSiLiiMLi your money back. Ij 216 s This would soon eradicate such ele ments and persons as required the attention of our courts. "The organization should be one with experienced detective manger( not political; It should never be used tor political purposes, nor for or against labor or capital; never become involved, in their differences: an or cranization to which could h- report' ! for proper inquiry ally suspicions com ing to the notice of city, county or siato authorities and the chambers of commerce. "During the war, had there been i secret service for our Kovernmeni, as I have outlined. Trotzky's plottings and preparations in this counti to overthrow the Kerensky government in Russia would have been fully known and h- and his fellow COUSplr atora would have been under surh sur veillance that they would not have been permitted to leave our shores un molested, as (hey dldj coincident with the United States declaring war on Germany. Better, in the future, thai such elements b placed in confin -menl hero or deported to their natn land . with a full and pioper explana tion from our government. " oo FIGHTING IN MUNICH BERLIN, April 16. (By the Asso ciated Press) It is reported in the liKhnnz around the railway station at Munich there haVe bijen a hundred and fifty casualties. More troops may be SUPERFLUOUS HAIR WHY IT INCREASES Hair BTtrwth la ttlmntalrtl and Its Crcqnent removal la nfcttinry vrhti mm I jr rrmovrd from ihr aurfajcr of tb akin. Tbc only lugl--m1 and pracilea! way to reaooTr kulr la to attack It aider the ealn. DeMirarle, ta orlstaal aanlar7 11'julU, doca tbta j mhmTQtloi. Only fraalne UcMlraele ban n Bonty-back srnirrantee 1b eneh pnektcr. At toilet counter In Oc, $1 and fS alaea, or by mail from us In plain wrapper on receipt of price. KHKK book, mailed in plala aealed envelope on reqaeat. DeJHlracIe. IXPta AC aa Fart Are.. - err York aBBBBBBBBBal sent there from Nuremberg and the whol country on each side of the Augsburg Munich railway has been converted into an armed camp. It is expected that the troops will make a converging attack upon Munich. oo Americans Surprise And Ambush Patrol Near Archangel ARCHANGEL. Wednesday. April U. (By the Associated Press) A small American scouting party operating in front of the Allied positions along the railway front, surprised and ambushed a Bolshevik patrol in the forest yes terday, woundiug a number of the enemy The situation during the past tew days has been generally quiet. oo Rehearing of Chicago Companies Granted WASHINGTON, April 17. The in terstate eomtnerei- commission tod;'.y granted the petition of the Chicago Livesrock Exchange and Union Stock yard and Transit company tor rehear ing on the question ot the amount of loading and unloading charges for livestock at the Chicago stockyard, ami the amount of such charges that should be imposed on shippers of lin stock or absorbed by the defendant carriers in the case. Rehearing v. as Bet for May 22 in Chicago. , i h" petition of tti'' Union Sto jej &rd and Transit company for reconsidera tion of the finding that it is a common carrier was denied. oo . A JOB'S COMFORTER. Arkansas Gazette: "We hear that Job Haskins is laidy w wilh chills and he is also afflfoted 'Kith a few boils N'ot a had combination this A the boils can heat him during the. 1 ciulU. 1 First German Liner I To Bring American I Troops Arrives I NEW YORK, April 17Tbe first j ship to arrive in America of the Gcr man tonnage turned over to the as- I sociated powers under the armistice terms, entered this port today the j Kalserin Auguste Victoria, bringing home 2319 American troops. The majority of these are of the 39th din-ion. j Also on the former German ship j were 372 nurses and nine civilians i comprising the 10th, 14tb, 23rd, 26th. I 31st. 46th, 70th and 72nd base hospitals M 'and a detachment of the Third evac- JM uation hospital; six officers and 19 1 1 men convalescing from wounds or ill- 1 ncss; and a few casual nurses and I civilians. I ALWAYS THE SAME. "There is one original quality, of ' that rib of Adam which has come I down to the present day." "What is that?" ' It has always been a bone of con- I I nn laaaaaaal Poorly dyed goods are apt to come out of the wash with flying colors. ! g6k f Appear At Your 1 ! Best-Instantly I i NT '1 I ou receive a sudden 1 lUfrW Jl caller or ai untJipected In- I V tJ I vitatlon you can feel con- M, ' 1 f Ident of alwai appearlni W 5 lit your best In but a few WM ill Y I moments it renders to your t t, 1 syn a vonderluUy pure, I WX. 1 ioft compleiton that b beyond c-ompartson.