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THE OREGON STATESMAN,-SALEM. OREGON-
SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1925
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wv yieasani weamer to care
for some of the early work of the
year, according to the statement
of S. E. Day tar, local merchant who
ia lit a position to handle many
people during the day. In com
parison with jth? sales reports from
different parts, of the Pacific
coast. Salem and thfe surrounding
districts are ahead of the' average
as given in the reports he said.
lr. Marshall Osteopathic
Physician and surgeon.
-Salem Rotarians hare taken up
a campaign for "head-on" parking
: TV -
r 'California Fig Syrup"
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Dependable Laxative for Sick
Baby or Child
When baby is constipated, has
ind-colic, feverish breath, coated
ongue, or diarrhoea, a half-tea-
spoonful of genuine "California
Fig Syrup" promptly moves the
poisons, gases, 'bile, souring food
and waste right out. Never cramps
or overacts, . Babies love its de
' Ask your druggist for genuine
"California Fig Syrup" which has
full directions for infants in arms
and children -of all ages plainly
printed on bottle. Mother! You
must say . ''Calif ornia" or .you may
get an Imitation fig. syrup. Adv.
in that. city. The advantages of
head-on parking are that a, street
will accommodate a great many
more cars by reason of the fact
that a driver will, park much clos
er because be can 'see what: he is
doing. Many drivers are poor
parkers when they have to back
up to do it. and some will not take
a chance if they have to back in
between two cars where there is
just room for one -more. ' There
is less danger, too, of having your
car scraped by some, driver trying
to back Into a .narrow space.
Women drivers are especially ad
verse to taking a chance of back
ing into a narow space. The ad
vantage of head-on parking is the
necessity : of backing : out Into the
traffic. Corvallis Gazette Times.
Kclieelar Not Irlvcr J
Mr. Scheelar, ; owner "of the
Scheelar; Auto Wrecking company,
vaa not responsible for the In
jury to the' smaU son of J; M.
Sebon, 310 Belmont, he" declared
y sterday. The lad had been cau
tioned against playing around
where the men were working, he
said, and the accident occured In
the street when some of the men
attempted to move an automobile.
Mr. Scheelar drove up . just as the
little boy screamed when the au
tomobile pushed over his foot,
bieaking several of the bonej in
tie foot, . v ? . : '
Best Grade of Wood
Is 16-inch mill 'block for furn
ace and heater. Three large loads
for $15, . Prompt delivery. Phone
1542. Fred E. Wells. m22
Banking Department Move .
After being located on - the
third floor, of the state .iiouse for
several year.' the state? banking
department wl:t "ui: located in of
fices in the , Henry building in
Portland after Tuesday, according
to Frank C. Bramwell, state su
perintendent of banks. The suite
will be occupied by another of the
f-tate departments. The transfer
was necessitated by the congest
ion in the state house. There are
about half a dozen employes ex
clusive of examiners in the field
and the superintendent of the de
partment. - j- :
Seek Water Permit
; Applications for permits to ap
propriate water have been filed in
the office of the Rhea Luper,
state engineer, by Mrs. Laura B.
Hardwick. of Salem, covering the
appropriation of water from Maple
springs: for domestic use, includ
ing garden irrigation and supply
for prune dryer at a cost of $150
and by R. D. Gray, of Salem, cov
ering the appropriation of water
from an unnamed stream "and
springs for domestic use and irri
gation of three acres in Marion
county at a cost of $500.
Fine Is Imposed
G; E. Brooks paid a fine of
$7.50 yesterday in the Salem pol
ice court after he had been ar
rested for speeding.
Dr. Stone -
. At Perry's Drug Store. m22
Speak On Japan
Rev. William Axing of Tokio,
Japan, will deliver an address in
the First Baptist church Monday
night. Dr. Axling is at the head
of the largest missionary work in
Tokio and was in the city at the
time of the earthquake and fire.
He was largely instrumental in or
ganizing the relief work in To
kio. He has been in Japan for
many years and knows the Japan
ese situation perfectly. Dr. Ax
ling is a most interesting speaker
and will have a thrilling story to
tell to the people of Salem. The
public is invited. ;
James Taylor jot Lyons was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. E. T. McClelland of For
est Grove visited in the city yes
terday. J. B.'Lorence transacted -business
in the city from Monmouth
Saturday. I t. ,
Arnold Russell of Grand Ronde
paid a business visit to this city
yesterday. ' ;
Mr. and Mrs." Roy Porter and
their son Harold were in the city
from Aumsville Saturday morn
Leonard Satch well, "a graduate of
Willamette university, who has
been teaching at Wheeler, Or.,
is visiting in the city over the
week-end. Wheeler is near Tilla
mook. , ,
C. C. Quinby, a mechanic has
left for Nigagra Falls, where he
will enter the employ of the In
ternational Paper company. His
wife is to follow later. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stein are
to motor to Portland today to
visit relatives there. - "
Miss Viola Kcllar of Dallas I is
visiting her chum Miss Charlotte
Orr, who is a student at Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Burg were
here. from Dallas Saturday.
C. E. Mitchell is in the city from
Lyons. :." ; . , T
Funa Mine Ward visited friends
in the city from Warner yester
day. M. Heisller visited ! here from
Falls City Saturday.
Luncheon for the Unexpected Guest
BROWN'BETTY and MACARONI MOUSSE .
- Luncheon should be the most
attractive meal to prepare, since
there are such endless' possibili
ties of combinations of dishes and
courses. It need not represent
the left-overs from dinner just
"warned up with no attempt to
disguise their origin. Every
kitchen cupboard should have its
emergency shelf with the makings
of several meals, and as fast as
these are. used, they should be
replaced. This shelf may contain
cans of fish, deviled ham, chicken,
vegetables. pimento, " cherries,
olives, fruits, macaroni, .spaghetti
and materials for making muffins,
coffee cake, etc.
Brown Betty for dessert is easily
prepared and may even be baking
while the luncheon is being serv
ed. It utilizes : stale bread and
gives all the food requirements
plus the vitamins and iron. Mac
aroni Mousse Is very popular just
now and so attractive served in
Individual baking dishes. Fruit
cups are nice to start a luncheon
with, for though the fruit may
have little value as a source of
energy, it contains elements which
have more or less stimulating ac
tion on the kidneys and some of
them have a laxative effect.
Never Fail Tomato Soup
2 tbsp. butter 2 cups milk
-6 tsp. salt Dash of pepper
1-8 tsp. soda 2 tbsp. flour
1 cup strained tomatoes..
Melt butter then add flour, stir
ring constantly to prevent lump
ing. Stir n tomatoes and cook
for five minutes. Add soda, sea
sonings and milk last. Serve hot.
This amount serves 4 people.
1 ' cup uncooked macaroni
2 cups hot cream '
2 cups soft bread crumbs
2 tsp. salt
2 pimento pods chopped fine
2 tsp. parsley chopped fine
2 tsp. onion juice
14 cup melted butter
6 eggs beaten separately,
- Cook macaroni in boiling salted
water 20 minutes. ;Mix ingred
ients in order given and fold in
stiffly beaten whites of eggs last.
Bake in moderate oven 45 minutes.
Put mold tins in pans of hot water.
Serve with mushroom sauce. Gar
nish with parsley and pimento
strips. This amount serves 12 to
14 people. j
Brown Betty ,
1 quart stale bread crumbs.
1 quart sliced apples
M cup brown sugar
Vst cup sugar
li tsp. nutmeg -
1 tsp. cinnamon -
H to 1 cup water , .
Juice and rind of A lemon . .
Method: Butter a baking dish.
Make coarse crumbs of stale
bread and place a layer on the
bottom of baking dish. Place on
top of this a layer of half the
sliced apples and sprinkle with
one-half of the sugar, to which has
been added the nutmeg and cinna
mon. Dot with butter, sprinkle
with another layer of crumbs, add
thejVemaining apples sugar and
spices and dot again with, butter.
Cover with remaining crumbs and
dot . with the remaining butter.
Pour over this the water, lemon
juice and the grated lemon rind.
Bake in moderate oven about 43
minutes, covering dish for the
first half of the time and remov
ing cover for the latter part of the
baking. Serve with cream, lemon
juice, or hard sauce. The quantity
of water necessary depends on dry
ness of the crumbs and juiciness
of the apples.- Gold Medal Home
Service Department, Minneapolis,
$16; oat hay nominal; cheat $16
01C.5O; oat and vetch $18.50
19; straw $8.50 per ton. Selling
prices $2 a ton more.
PORTLAND. March 21. Grain
futures: Wheat: H. WH. BS Baart,
March $1.66: April $1,667; May
$1.68. Soft white May $1.66;
April $1.67; May $1.67. West
ern white March $1.65; April
$1.66; May $1.66. Hard winter,
March $1.65; April $1.63; May
$1.65. Northern spring March,
$1.65; April $1.66; May $1.66.
Western red March 1.63; April
$1.63; May $1-64. BBB hard
white March $1.85; April $1.85;
Oats: No. 2, 36-pound March
$38.50; April $38.50; May $39.
Do 38 pounds gray March $37.50;
April $37.50; May $38.
Millrun, standard March 30;
April $31; May $31.50.
Bags, spot 11 l-8c bid; July 12c
Bid; $12 l-4c asked; domestic 12
3-Sc bid; 12 3-4c asked.
PORTLAND, March 21. Port
land dairy exchange: Butter extra
46c; standards 45 l-2c; prime
firsts 4 4 l-2c; first 4 4c.
Eggs, extras 32c; first 31c; pul
lets 29c; current receipts, 27 l-2c.
To find you are right even once
In a while is a great consolation.
"Neglected Coughs and
Colds Often , Develop
into More Serious Sickness.
Prevent it by Using
It is the best and most
economical cough rem
"The Yellow Front'
Tho Penslar Store
133 North Commercial
T GENERAL MARKETS
PORTLAND, March 21. Hay
buying prices valley timothy
$2022; do eastern Oregon $22
24; alfalfa $10 19.50; clover.
At No Extra Cost
That is what Mosher offers you in his
A Trial Will Convince You
D. H. MOSHER
Tailored To Men and Women
474 Court Street Phone 360
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We are receiving new spring models by express every day. Every pair is exclusive to the Price Shoe Company. We do not show a single
i pair that you will see in other stores in the city, i We have contracted with big factories that are admitted to be the leaders in creating new
jstyles and cure the first to produce patterns that are the season's tig hits. Watch our windows and ourlads for the new things, as every week
wul bring new ones. We are going into the real style producing game, and if you want the newer styles and the better grades of shoes you
t will do Avell to look our j line over before you buy your spring pumps.
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OUR MOTTO IS
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Hanan Pumps in All Sizes Hanan Oxfords for Men - New Sandal Pumps
f AlL style just received, all the latest leathers, Strip We have just received the new-black kid pumps, also ; , , We have a large line of new Sandal Pumps and patent,
Pump, two tone and Goar Pumps." "Get your size now the new tan shade of calf skin; all widths and sizes, are tan and putty,J something new in a sandal. We have a
before they are broken. ; now on display. All the new lasts, and they fit perfect. - complete line in each color. Get your size now as they
All Style Pumps . . . $12.50 All Styles at . j . $12.50 v SSV ' y no
Archpreserver Pumps Florsheim Oxfords B s New Tan Oxfords
Most wonderful pump that has ever been made for long " Just received Express shipment of the new light tan J i .
wear and solid comfort, everyone that buys a pair of these leather in all sizes. This shoe is made oyer one of Flor- A new line of Oxfords, just arrived, for boys; in all
famous shoes is sure to wear another pair. sheims ne wwide toe lasts and is the sensation of the season the new lasts and the very latest shades of tan and black.
All Styles - J v $9.00 to $12.00 Get a Pair at . ." . . $10.00
: - R"bber Heels Put on Your Shoes every Wednesday. Nothing but the Highest Grade Heels Used. Half Price Wednesday Only 25 C
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1 Corns and callouses removed without pain or soreness. s ; .Ingrown" nall removed and
treated.- Pains in feet, weak-foot, flat foot, foot strains and fallen arches adjusted. I)o not
suffer. I Hill give you the best that science can produce in scientific chiropody. Consult .
. DR. WILLIAMS ; s . , .. v."
- -About Your Feet. Hours 9 to 5:20. Phone 616
: REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Our shop is equipped with alTiSc "machinery. -: Wc use nothinjj but the very best grade
of leather that money will buy. . ;
r IVIr. Jacobson, in' charge of this department, is an expert in his line has spent years in
; factories and repair shops and will do nothing but high grade work. . ,
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