Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 20, 1913, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OSEQON,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1913.
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Mrs. Kate B. Vaughn.
When l is realized that Mrs. Kato B,
Yaufilin, who is to jjivo a course of lec-turo-demonstrations
m tho Scionco of
IToiisok oopi and Homo-Making, for
tho Capital .luurnul nt the main audito
rium of tho armory, has fivo healthy
fhildron of her own, it is not hnl to
believe that Mrs. Vaughn has a "lioli
)y" and is enough to convince that
Mrs. Vaughn has worked her holdy
hard for tho benefit of this charming
family. Jlrs. Vaughn says most ir
uestly that children must bo well-fed.
That good children must have good
food; that the choico of a college for
tho grown-up boy or girl, is a matter
of no greater moment than the choico
of food for tho boy or girl while ho or
ho is growing up.
! To Speak on Child Dietetics.
Vooplo everywhere nro awaking to
tho fai t that the physical development
is largely dependent on the child's
food. Out of her own experience with
a delicate young son, Mrs. Vaughn has
evolved a lot of practical, workablo
ideas about child-feeding which she is
passing on to other mothers, and when
ever Mrs. Vaughn hns lectured tho
mothers report great good derived and
( ninny valuable lessons learned. In ev
ery city Mrs. Vaughn has visited, moth
ers have brought her their specific per
plexities, anil Mrs. Vaughn has been
able, to make suggestions which have
iieen of real and lasting benefit, in the
caro of both normal anil delicate chil
dren. SSho will sptvk on "Child Die
tetics" next week at the Capital Jour
nal Free Cooking School.
j Will Give Extra Sessions.
.Mrs. Vaughn offers to be at tho main
auditorium of the armory in tho' morn
ings next week by special appointment,
i to meet and advise any mothers who
have questions to ask regnrding the
proper food for children. It is not Mrs.
'Vaughn's idea that special meals shall
bo prepared for special members of the
family, thus increasing instead of less
ening tho work, but that women may
know how to select and prepare such
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foods as will provido proper nourish
ment for the family as a whole. Mrs.
Vaughn is always glad to talk before
mother 's club on this matter of the in
fluence of food on the child's physical
nioutal and moral welfare. Sho is so
impressed with the importance of this
great question, that she is at all times
ready to tell what she has learned,
through experience and exhaustive
study. And yet Mrs. Vaughn feels that
there is more to learn and for this rea
son, as much as any other, she welcomes
the informal morning sessions, where
the guests of tho cooking schools cannot
only ask quostions, but tell how they
have solved somo of their difficulties,
for tho mutual bonofit of Mrs. Vaughn
and the other guosts present.
Must Loot, to Their Laurels.
Mrs. Vaughn belioves mothers must
take a wido and comprehensive view of
these matters. Boys and girls are learn
ing in school more about such things as
hygiene and sanitation than their fath
ers and mothers ever dreamed of. Mrs.
Vaughn says that mothers must not lot
these youngstors think sho is "old fo
gy." To make a careful study of tho
child's needs and to meet theso needs
soems at first glanee a horculeau task,
but Mrs. Vaughn has a way out of tho
difficulty,- and Salem mothers are to
have the benefit of it p.t the coming
cooking school.
Housekeeping Clubs Organized.
So great has been tho interest in Mrs.
Vaughn's work, and so lasting is the
benefit of hor culinary lecture-demon-strations,
that in many towns where sho
has appeared, cooking schools havo
evolved into a permanent feature
Mothers' clubs, housekeepers' clubs,
and cooking schools have been organiz
ed and put into operation to be carried
on by tho women of the town after Mrs.
Vaughn has left. There is no over-estimating
the value of this free course
which tho Capital Journal is to offor its
femiuino renders beginning next week,
at tho main auditorium of the armory
and no Salem woman can afford to miss
one of them.
I Jt is to feature quality throughout.
There havo been cooking schools beforo
j but this ono is to bo different. It will
appeal to the woman who doos hor own.
work ns well as to tho ono who has
sorvants, to the country woman as well
to tho city woman, to the girl at school
and to tho mother in tho home.
Recipes to Be Published.
To ovory woman attending tho Capi
tal Journal Freo Cooking School Mrs.
Vaughn will give a leaflet, with hor
picture on tho front cover, showing hor
in her domestic science uniform, and
containing a number of hor favorite re
cipes. Besides theso tho Capital Jour
nal will publish a number of her recipes
each day tho cooking school is in ses
sion, which will bo altogothor different
from thoso in the leaflet. Further do-
tails concerning the school will bo pub
lished tomorrow.
HloOi
jSarsaparilla
Acts directly and peculiarly
on the blood; purifies, enriches
and revitalizes it, and irt this
way builds up the whole sys.
teni. Take it. Get it today,
In usual liquid form r In chocolato
coated tablets called Sarsatafes.
prohibition as the wiso and right way
to deal with tho liquor business, and
loves it more than ever, and will nover
give it up, and it would bo a foolhardy
party who would propose tho repeal of
this law.
The garbled quotation attributed to
ex-Governor Cobb was invented three
years ago, and, has been refuted again
and again by that honorable gentle
man, over his own signature. I have
written him and hope to bo ablo to get
his reply to hand you beforo election.
The state eloction in Maine in 1910,
bringing tho Democratic party into
power, was not run on the prohibition
issue, nor was tho question of how to
deal with the liquor problem discussed
by either party during that campaign.
It was part of tho great progressive
"landslido" that swept all ovor Now
England. Tho unpopularity of Mr.
Taft'B reciprocity proposals had consid
erable to do with tho defeat of the Re
publicans in Maine. During the long
down-and-out years of Democratic dis
honor in Maino they had promised, if
ever they came to power, they would
repeal tho prohibition law. They kept
their word and made tho attempt, with
the result that our indignant pooplo
hurled them from power at tho very
first opportunity and ratified tho pro
hibition law, so it is likoly to stay rat
ified as a very dangerous thing for
any party to oppose or betray hence
forth and forever. .1. n. jHviii,
Pastor Jason Leo Memorial M. E,
Church.
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Many Salem People Have Pound This
to Bo True.
Mount Crest Abbey Mausoleum
SALEM
Thi beautiful Mausoleum will be completed on or
about December first.
You are invited to inspect the construction of this build
ing in City View Cemetery.
SUBSCRIBE NOW
Plans and specifications on file in Salem office.
Portland Mausoleum Co.
Koom m Hubbard building, Phone 239
THE OPEN FORUM i
The Capital Journal InvlteB pub
lic discussion in this department I
Let both Bides of all mntters
be fully brought out It la not
the purpose of this newspaper to -f
do the thinking for Its readers.
MAN FROM MAINE TESTIFIES.
Kditor Capital Journal: 1 find it im
possible) to keep silent when 1 read the
utterly misleading articles in your J-'ri
day issuo, undor tho caption "Maine's
Fetich All Hut Fallen," and "Hover
nor Cobb Condemns Prohibition." All
my life lias been m h 1 1 1 in Maine, and i
havo first hand information concerning
things political, and tho history of
prohibition and its workings, and its
present 'standing in that state. The
prohibitory law was nover so beloved
or so firmly established in the consti
tution of the state and in the hearts
of its people as nt this moment. If ev
er tho objector to prohibition had a
chnneo with everything in their favor,
and if ever its friends were put at a
disadvantage, with every possible odd
against them, it wns in the recent at
tempt to repeal prohibition in that
state, mid yet the verdict was as con
clusive that no party, whatever its
creed on this subject, would darn to
threaten prohibitum with any hope of
election or contiiiuanio in power in tho
old I'ine Tree state. Maine believes In
COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS.
Aro you wretched in bad weathorf
Does every, cold settle on your kid
noysl
Docs vour back ache and bocome
wcakf
Aro urinary passages irregular and
distressing!
Theso symptoms aro cause to suspect
kidney weakness.
Weakened kidneys need quick holp.
Doan's Kidney Pills aro especially
prepared for weakened kidneys.
Salem pcoplo rocommond them.
.1. II. Teuton, 1111 Leo St., Salem
Oregon, savs: "A cold settled on my
kidneys cfiusing pain through my ba
a nd loins. J Knew mat. my uiiineys wore
to blamo nnd hearing several local citi
zens endorse Doan's Kidney Fills high
ly, 1 began using them. They wero just
what I needed to cure the pains and
other kidney troubles. Whenever I
have taken Doan's Kidney Fills sinco,
a few doses have brought mo relief."
For sale by all dealers. Price .10 cents.
Fosler-Milburu Co., lluf'l'nlo, New York,
sole agents for the Fnited States.
liemeinber the name Doan's and
take no other.
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Cartels Knit Underwear
Once worn, always worn. Fine invisible ribbed underwear for women,
misses and children, in cotton, wool and silk and wool mixed. A varie
ty of styles to choose from. The dainty, well-clad woman will demand
this underwear because of its practical fit, allowing freedom.
VESTS-TIGHTS-UNION SUITS
65c to $1.50 65c to $1.50 $1.26 to $3.95
Carter's Children's Underwear
35c to 75c; Pants 35c to 75c; Union Suits $1 to $1.35
DENNISON'S HALLOWE'EN LINE OF NOVELTIES
SUITS COATS DRESSES
November Ladies9 Home Journals
Are Here
k 9VALITY
1 POPULAI
HtRCHANDISC
PRICES
JaWTYTRCCT BCTWtW ITAlt 0 COUB
THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY
Our advantages in buying in
carload lots for our FOUR
STORES enables us to SAVE
YOU MONEY. Our motto is:
"Good Goods at Moderate Prices."
Our Crescent Range
Is a moderate priced stove, especially made
for the coast trade. It is a supreme value,
not alone as an ornament, but one of the
most useful articles that can be put in the
house. Its qualities for baking, quick heat
ing and light consumption of fuel cannot be
surpassed. We sell it on 30 days' approval.
The factory guarantees it for 10 years. It
will last 25.
After yirs of talk and months of of
fort, on tho part of a few, the means of
putting tho loan sharks out of linsinoss,
at leaht to a consiileralilo extent, soom
to havo materialized. The offort do
serves cordial approval and support.
The loan shark is a leech on tho body
politic, without a single coinnionilalilo
innlity or feature.
The moot popular
tea in tea drinking
countries
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England's favorite for over
, 70 years
Garnet Heaters
$9.50
This is the heater that went into dozens of
Salem homes in the last 30 days. It is worth
considering. It is a quality stove. Cast top
and bottom, also has a perforated removable
sectional cast lining. Full nickle tr'mmed
with a one-piece Blued Steel Body. It does
not have to be blackened. It does not get
red.
HOME 'FURNlSHtKJ
tOR. COURT & HIGH STS.
4 STORES
Salem
Portland
in Oregon
We sell for less
because we buy for less
4 STORES
Ccntralia
Vancouver
In Washington
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