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I How to Fight the High Cost of Living
jo Too Much Meat Is Eaten by the Average Family Learn.
to Smile Every Day and All the Time Sauteing De
,' BELIEVES IN PAYING CASH
'"Editor Woman's Page I am very
to ' much interested in your department,
ijjv 80 much so th;it 1 am s.ivin -.v h is
J sue on ' Fighting the Cost of Living. "
jjl: I believe in palng cash and when
you have not the cash make some
y thing that you have in the house do.
y H la wonderful how you can find
something when It Is ncccssar
' live in a small western town and
'M f the prices are ven high I buy the
Jz cheaper cuts of mear ;ind have found
many ways to cool them One that
I think is very nice in Cut one pound
V of round steak Into pieces about two
3 Inches square. r"t them into a baking
!? pan, dust thicklv with a medium 6ize
2j onion, some parsley and half a otalk
of celery chopped fine Rib together!
? over the fire two tablespoons of but I
ter with two of flour add two cups
of Btralned tomatoes Stir until boil
Ing, add a teaspoon of salt and at
saltspoon of pepper and wur it over
11 the beef Bake In a ven- hot oven
U for forty minutes. This recipe makes I
gB a very good meal J P. D."
f I WE EAT TOO MUCH MEAT.
"Editor Woman's Page In this day
and time we surely and positively do
tS eat too much meat I find that when
S ve were children we scarcely ever
J ate meat For one reason we could
!? not afford It and a second reason, wo
had fat pork all ; he time, except Sun
day, and therefore did not eat much
9 because we did not like it We were
better without it. for we were well
' and happy alwavs To slvcp v. n-
1 ed no windows open as we had bed
rooms without plastered walla, and
J sometimes we found snow on our beds
where it had blo.vn in We needed
I no paint or powder to hae rosy
W cheeks I have been sick for some
time and I found ih- mils way to
j get and keep better is not to eat any
meat, but drink all the water I can
fcf and eat nothing but plain food.
m -mrs. d w. e "
H DRESSING THAT WILL KEEP.
Ja 'Editor Woman's Page: Having
i been asked by friends a number of
times for salad dressing that will i
Aj keep for some time, I offer this to
9 the Standard I can testifv that it
W will keep lor weeks if kept in a cool
place, and he koo 1 at the end of the
If "Salad Dressing One-third of a
H pint of good vinegar two thirds of,
W a pint of water Bring these to the
I boil, having ready the following mix
S tu re Two teaspoonfuls of mustard,!
4 on"' teiSoonful of salt, four table
jttfcpoonfulR of flour, fne taldespoon-y-fuls
of sugar Mix these incredienis 1
jy-ell, add a little water and the heat- '
en whites of two eggs Stir well and
pour In gradually flie hot vinegar and i
water Botl until thick, stirring all i
H the time Put into glass Jars, and I
when it Is cold cover with a close I
1 lid. F. N." j
H As this housemother observes, rhe
call for silad dressing that will not j
spoil within twenty-four hours is fre
quent and urgent Our wise cooks
will use scissors and paste imme
diate! r upon the above
SAUTEING AND FRYING.
"Kditor Woman's Page: What Is
the difference between sauteing po- I
I tatoes and fr !nc them'' And what!
between French fried potatoes and
German LAURA S. '
Marfan Harland savs to saut ,
("sofar"! anvthing to heat it in shal
i low butter or fat. tiirnlnc as ono
side js browned to let thr- other color
f Cooked potatoes are often w armed I
m over in this wav.
To fry potatoes, rrorjueltes. etc .
4 cook In deep boiling fat. immersing
gf the ohjr-ct to he fried while the fat ig
at a fast bubble
I French friend pontocs are sliced i
thin or cut lengthwise in strips laid
I in ice water for half an hour then;
j dried thoroughh hot ween two towels
and plunged into hoiling deep fat.
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
Thousands of wies, mothers and I
, sisters are enthusiastic in their praise
of ORRINE, because It has mred their;
I loved ones of the Drink Habit ' and
I thereby brought happiness to their
homes. Can be given secretly. OR- j
KINE costs only $1.00 per box. Ask
for Free Booklot.
A. R Melntyre, Drug. IML'l YVash-l
Ington ave (Advertisement )
slightly salted As soon as thev are
delicately browned thev are fished
out with a split spoon and laid in a
hot colander to drain off every drop
Of fat Sene at once
German friend potatoes are as a
rule cooked and cold before they are
fried. Some prefer them to" the
French To my fancy thev never get
quite rid of the stalc'taste that clings
to the cold potato. The same mav
be said of stewed cold, rooked pota
toes The least objectionable way oi
serving them as leftovers is to saute
THAT BEAUTIFUL SMILE.
(Copyright 1912: By Lillian Russell i
I have written much on the subject
of smiling, but I cannot say enough
To express the beautiful in life.
spiritually and physically to read on
higher development, to practice, the!
new mentl-physlcal culture, and to I
observe the hints for the toilet is to'
restore health, renew vouth. to make
the woman of 40 mom fascinating
than the girl of 16, and to give con- j
stant expression to life as it should 1
The beginning of baut in the
smile, go smile. Smile until you
, laugh perhaps it's the first tinip
you bave smiled for months Relax
your face muscles, loosen up the
cords of the heart, and enjoy one
I see so many women who look as
though they had not smiled In vears
Some women take on tho habit of a
placid face, thinking that It will keep
them young in appearance, that Is
Just the opposite to the truth.
A woman's genuine, health smile
is irresistible and fascinating to man,
woman and child
Doubtless you are smiling while yOU
read, laughing with your eves at least
and beautiful they are T am sure,
for may hide her face behind a book
or fan. all but her eyes, vet von
know she is smiling from a good fepl
iug. away down inside that bubbles
up into her eyes. So the onlv nav to
have beautiful, expressive eyes is to
be honest and happy inside
tiet into the habit of smiling, prac-
tice it daily, just as you would learn
to recite a poem, a little every day !
as 8 duty
Then compare your old every dav
face with your new one md remark
the difference Now your new smiling
I face is very becoming to von, so you
are going to put it on the moment
on ari;-o in the mornine
It's wonderful how good natured
you will become, you can't scold with
that smile on your face. You can't
have indigestion and smile That
simido smiling cure covers many dis
eases. Of course we all have troubles, but
we must smile and bear them Cod
did not intend that we should have B
path of roses: we would tire of them
if that were the case.
Everv good thing we have In this
world we must repay with gratitude
and smiling graritude at that So our
thoughts must be free from revenge,
resentment, and malice
The smile must he from within
from a loving heart. Xo selfishness
must mar and no sarcasm distort
Smile honestlv and you are obeing
Cod's commandment of 'giving"
r,ive joy and pleasure, you will reap
the reward a hundred fold.
FOURTH WARD DANCE.
Friday evening the young women
of the M A. of the Fourth ward
will act as hostesses at what prom- '
ises to be one of the moat sue
cessful ward dances of the winter, tfi
he given In the Fourth ward amuse
Considerable Interest in being tak
en In the dance and a large attend
ance is "xperted, although it is lim
ited to imitations.
H ELI ANTHUS CLUB.
The members of the Ilelianthus
club, chaperoned bj Mri- Prank G
Bralnerdj formed a Jolly party at
the Orpheum Saturday afternoon
After witnessing the performance
the young ladles were entertained at
luncheon by Miss Annie Day aT her
home on Van Buren avenue.
A delightful afternoon was spent by
ENTERTAIN PAST NOBLE GRANDS
Miss Claudman will entertain the
Pant Noblo Grands at her home, 2516
Van Buren avenue. Friday afternoon,'
I January 31.
All members are requested to be
Last evening in the Caledonian hall
in the Howell block the Ogden home
stead of the Brotherhood of American
Yeomen held their annual Installation
of officers J Everett Scelv, state
foreman from Salt Lake, conducting ;
The following were dulv installed
Foreman, Mrs Addie l Williams;
master of ceremonies. William R. A.I
ay correspondent, John A Junk:
master of accounts, Mrs Emma Plan
ner; oerseer. Mrs Elizabeth Green
wood. Lady Rowena. Miss Schipper,
Ladj Rebecca, Mis? E Fitzsimmons;
Chaplain, O. B, Williams, watchman,
N S OBrien, sentinel, El. Crocker
At the conclusion of the iniation
the retiring foreman, w s. O'Brien,
was summoned to the platform, and
in a few well chosen words .Mr Ad
dle L. Williams presented him with
a rocking chair
The following program was ren- j
America... By members of t hr order
P!ano solo Miss Party
Vocal solo W. S. O'Br.en
Accompanied by Miss Kathleen
Whistling solo. . .Miss Bonita Bell
Duct Mr.-; Kimball and Mrs Marriott
Trio Piano, violin and cornet
D Farnlund and sons
Mrs. Kimball and .Mrs Marriott
Recitation Mrs Williams
The evening closed with a banquet
which was spread in the dining hall j
HOSTESSES AT LUNCHEON. I
Mrs Edward Bichsel and Mrs James'
Cooper wero hostesses at a prettily i
appointed luncheon yesterday after
noon at (he Pacific hotel, with 80 la- I
The tabb-s were beautifully deco
rated with red carnations and sml
las Plaits of smilax and ferns were
laid hi the center of ihn tables while
great sprays of red carnations in im
ported Chinese baskets made lovclj
c uter pieces
During the luncheon B program of
music was nicely rendered by a four
The affair lasted from - until 5
TO VISIT COAST CITIES.
Mrp William A Wattis left for San
Francisco yesterday afternoon Other
coast cities" will be' visited before her
return to Ogden.
DIES IN POVERTY
Walsenburg, Colo., Jan. 29. Frank
Dunlop. one time general passenger
agent of the Chicago Great Western
railroad at Omaha, died in poverty
Dunlop. w ho organised the Bryan '
homecoming special that ran from
Omaha to New York to meev Willi. nu
Jennings Bryan upon his return from;
his trip around the world, claimed
kinship to the great commoner.
His last appeal today was mat Mr
Bryan be notified to keep his re
mains from a pauper's grave.
Dunlop came to Colorado about two
years ago and shortly became involv
ed with the federal authorities when
he issued a check to a hoarding house
keeper for board and informed the
woman that he was a federal post
Warden Tynan interfered and the
; state and federal authorities united
to give him a chance to retrieve him
self. For a year he worked in a ce
1 input plant Again he bean to drink
and drifted here, fearing arrest for
i breaking his word.
He dlod of delirium tremens.
A PROMPT REPLY
Bucharest Rumania, Jan 29. It is
announced that the Rumanian govern
ment will wait until Thursday for a
definite reply from Bulgaria. King
Charles then will preside a! another
council of ministers to decide upon
the course of action according to the
I nature of the Bulgarian reply Pub
lic meetings are being held through
out the country in protest against the
e kness of the government in forc
ing the claims against Bulgaria.
New York, Jan. -S. The United!
States Steel corporation today declar- !
ed its regular quarterly dividends of
1 1-4 per cent on the common stock
aud 1 3-4 per cent on the preferred
The earnings of the steel corpora
tion for the quarter endiug Decem
ber 31 were $35,1SG.5G7. the net in
come for the quarter was $L'o,764,!L'ii.
and the surplus $7,410,979.
Pierre. S. D , Jan 28. Governor
Byrne in an address tonight before
the state conservation congress, de
hired that it was the duty of the
State to abolish the spirits factory at
the stale penitential;. The spirits
distillery is ow?rated by private con
tractors with convict labor.
Two Women Respon
sible For Downfall of
Gen. Daniel E. Sickles
New York. Jan 29. "In defense of
my honor and that of my maligned
mother." Stanton Sickles yesterday
resumed the bombardment upon his
warrior father, which was interrupted
following a reconciliation effected six
weeks ago. lie said:
"I am informed that money sub
scriptions led by Governor Subtei
With 100 and t the widow of Gen
eral Longstreet are already pouring
in upon my father Well, Mrs Long
street has leason to be grateful to fa
ther Father secured her her pres. nl
appointment as postmistress of tin
town of Gainesville Ga Mrs Long
street, you know. Is a verv young wo 1
man She was General Longstreet's
second wife, and knows nothing ol
the struggles and privations of (Cai
times, of which she speaks so feeling
"Those who are contributing mon
ey should be informed that the mon
ej is going, not to General Sickles
but to his housekeeper, Miss Wtlmer
ding, the woman who is to blame
with one other, for the present de
plorable situation Miss Wilmerding
1 am informed has grown wealthy
through association with father
Blames Society Woman.
"Mihs vVilmerdlng and the promi
nent New York society woman whom
my father knew intimately, for eight
cen years have practically bankrupt
ed my father and broken up his home i
They, too, have dissipated my Inheri
tance and that of my sister. .Mn Day
fell Crac kenthorpe But I am collect
ing evidence again them, and short
ly I shall brine action against them
in the courts.
As he made this statement the
young man was striding up Fifth av
enue accompanied by a reporter Ar
riving at Thirty sixth street, the young
man paused and pointed to a brown
stone mansion a few doors down the
street to the west.
"It is there that sh" lives, this so
Ciety woman upon whom my father
has lavished my inheritance," he ex
claimed. "She la in deadly fear of
exposure. Only three days ago she
sent an emissary to my lawyer to
learn my intentions regarding her.
This emissary talc! that the woman
was panic-stricken At the opera her
friends remark upon the sudden in
roads which age is making in her
Her husband, in deadly fear of mo
mentury exposure, has foresworn his
clubs. He knows, and he fears thai
everyone know s. And everyone Shall I
know. When we get to my safety
deposit vault I shall plve you a copy
of a letter written bv my father to
this woman after I had broken off
the liaison with the woman of whom
A NOVEL SCHEME
New York, Jan 2S A new plan
whereby 4 they hope to "hatch votet
for women" will bo inaugurated here
today by ardent leaders of the cause.
Headed by Mrs Perry Hastings, pres
ident of the Interborough Suffrag
club and women's exchange, and Mrs
Sophia Kreamer, vice president of the
organization, enthusiastic members
spent last night posting "votes for
women" slips on 12,000 eggs.
These eggs, which the women claim j
are fresh from the farm, are to be
' placed on sale today. The women be
hind the project believe that good mis
slonary service will be performed
through placing the fresh eggs with
their novel inscription In the bunds of
"WO can get all the fresh eggs we
want," Mrs. Kresiner explained "They
come from farmers In New York and
New Jersey and we intend to sell
I them at prices that w ill do away with
! the middle-men."
Two dozen of the eggs will not bei
sold. They are to be sent by parcel
post to Governor Wilson and Governor
LIBERALS WIN IN
Hobart, T asmania, Jan 28. The I
Tasiraniau general election, which
was cu used by the uncompromising
attitude of Norman Cameron, an In
dependent member, among an equal i
number of Liberals and Laboritea, baa
resulted in a victory for the Liberals,
who have come back with 1'3 members
as against 14 Labor men The Beal
formerly held by Cameron was won
by a Liberal.
CATTLEMAN OF THE
EARLY DAYS DEAD
Leavenworth, Kas . Jan. 2S Eu
gene B Allen, who years ago founded
a bank in St Louis, died here toda)
aged 57 yeans At one time be owned
thousands of cattle in Montana and
was engaged in furnishing beef to the
Indians under a government contract i
I Independent Meat Co. 1
UNITED STATES INSPECTED MEATS
NO DISEASED MEATS I
The only large Cash Meat Market in Ogden J
OXE IN COTTAGE AND THREE IN HOMES OF WEALTH CROON OVER !
Left to rlRbtt Adcle Tfajrallnh, lira. Laden P. Smlb soil Mmlrlloe Foro c Aator.
On the Hl-fater liner Titanic that went down in mid-ocean latt April there were four happy couples on
tbelr honeymoon. Cok John J. Astor of New York, and two much younger men. Luclen P. ymJih of Cincin
nati and Daniel Murvln of New York, wsr returning with their brides from a weeding trip in lha old world.
These travelled first cIres because fortune had smiled upon them all. But In the steerage as another couple
.Nicholas Nasrallah and his young wife Adele whose honeymoon trlj was a voyage from Syria to tbe New I
World, where they hoped to find the prosperity and hsppineFs which ha.', been denied them It tbe Old
When tht steamer went down thj four men went with It. The young wives were saved, and have elnct
tfven birth to four sweet IK tie Lubes. These lour are tbe only children born to tsu .urs of the loat Jlner.
Nine Garment Makers
With. Young California
Champion in Jail
New York. Jan 28. Charged with
disorderly conduct, Miss Maud Young
er, the young California woman who
is championing the cause of the girl
workers in the garment makers'
strike, was arrested together with
nine other girls She refused to pay
;i 2 fine Imposed upon her In the
night court, an did the others viitli
her, and at a late hour the young
women were in custody
Miss Younger denied to Magistrate
Herbert that she bad refuted to move
from a shopping district corner as a
policeman testified, and she was cor
roborated by Miss Lola La PoUette,
daughter of United States Senator La
Folletle, who declared Miss Younger
was a block from the spot where the
officer reported tbe arreBl had bcn
made aud was doing nothing to cause
a crowd to collect, as charged.
Voting began tonight among the
idle u.-.i nictit w orkers to ib't.-i niiii"
whether their strike, now in us fourth
week, is to terminate with acceptance
of a sliding scale of wages, from !0
to f per cent advanced by the United
Merchants and Manufacturers associ
ation nnd the Clothing Contractors
Ballots priutcd in a number of lan-1
milages were distributed among the
operators today The voting will con-;
tlnue several days and the result;
probably will not be announced befor
the end f the week.
ON 1912 COTTON
Washington, Jen 28 Llntera, ob-j
tained i reglnnlng cotton seed fromi
the crop of 1012. prior to Januar 1,1
1913, amounted to 350,074 bales, the
census bureau announced today The
establishments engaged In crushing
cotton seed during that time was Slo
and the quantity of seed crushed
mounted to 2 761.304 tons. In Texas
137,S(5 baled of lintors were obtained
I and 901,876 tons or B ed weret rushed.
SCHEMER IS UNDER
ARREST FOR FRAUD
Boston. Jan 28 James IT Mc
N'icholas, under Indictment at Cleve
land, O.. for the use of the mails in
a scheme to defraud, was arrested
here this afternoon.
McNicholas was held in $10,000 bail
pending the arrival of federal officers
The prisoner, who has been sought
I since last October, was found at a
Back Bay hotel. The charges con
I cern four mining companies oj Idaho
I and Oregon.
FALL ELECTED SENATOR.
Santa Fe, N M. .Ian. 28. Senator,
A. B. Tall was chosen senator today
by the to houses of the legislature
which voted separately ile received
15 votes In the senate and 28 in th i
house. Other votes were scattering j
The election will be ratitried in joint j
session tomorrow. I I
"SMART SET" IS I
Washington, Jan. 2S. With the ap- f
proach of March 4 gloom .ias settled I
over the army and navy "smart set" f
for reports reaching Washington are P
that one of President Wilson's first
house-cleaning orders will involve a Ij I
sweeping reduction in the number of if
military and naval attaches now oi.
duty at the White House. It I
All arc popular socially and much j
in demand at dances and balls. There
are at present 12 officers on this de jfjl
Washington, Jan. 28 Rev. Dr. wfl
Daniel W. Fisher, father of Secretary
Fisher of the interior department,
die, here today of heart failure. He
was 75 years old Mii
Tarnished Bilver can be brightened
H placed lur a short time in boiling
water In which a fair sized lump of
washing soda has been dissolved. fill
It's Best to Remember II
that every organ of the wonderful human body is dependent
upon every other. If your liver goes wrong your blood Mill
be impure; if your bowels are inactive your stomach and
digestion will show it. And one trouble leads to another.
flcecAam J M I
have become the most famous and the most approved family
remedy in the world. Tliey arc known lor their wonderful
and unrivaled power to cause regular, natural action of the
liver and bowels. They are gentle, safe but sure Beecham's
Pills benefit every organ of the bod brighten the eye, clear
the brain, tone the nerves and increase vigoi because they
Remove the First Cause
Srvscial d'recUon for women with oTrrv bor. Sold cerrwtere, 10c, 25c.
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