Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, October 24, 1913, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OBE009, FRIDAY, OCTOBEE 24, 1913.
PAOE THEEE.
L BE
Insist on this label to insure
satisfaction.
Women1 s Suits and Coats
at greatly reduced prices
FOR EXPERT
Mrs. Vaughn Says Cooking Is Basis for
Civilization and Believes in Us- )
ing Modern Ideas.
Knit-Right Sweater Coats. For thirty-two
years the best Complete sweater satisfac
tion when you have on a Knit-Right. They
cost no more than the ordinary kind.
Knit-Right Sweaters
For the entire family
Front $1.00 to f 15.00
FOR SALE BY
ALL GOOD DEALERS
W. C. T. U. MEETING
UNITED' FRB8S UDAftlD WIR1.
Now York, Oct. 24. Roports of the
committees showing the results of a
world movement against intemperance,
and a large increase in membership,
were the important mattors discussed
at doday 's sessions of the World 's Con
vention of the W. C. T. U., which con
vened here yesterday to remain in ses
sion six days. Another important fea
ture of today's mootings was the dis
cussion of the salo of intoxicating
liquor in New Zealand and Australia.
The 500 delegates today informally dis
cussed a world wide campaign which, if
plans do not niiBcarry, will be institud
ed in every country in the world where
liquors are sold, some time during the
ensuing year. This fight will be car
ried into more than fifty countries and
nations.
WATER COLOE EXHIBITS
ONITID PlUESft tJUSID WIBl.
New York, Oct. 24. Water-color ex
hibits from all over the United States
wore received today at the headquarters
of the New York MTater Color club,
which on November 8 will open its
twonty-fourth annual exhibit in the gal
leries of the American Fine Arts soci
ety at 213 West Fifty-seventh street.
Tho exhibit will run from November
8 to November 30. Exhibits and col
lections will be receivod today and tomorrow.
Grouchiuess will go out the same way
you let sunshine in.
URGES WOMEN TO SHARPEN.
UP INTERROGATION POINTS
Evident From Way People Talk About
Capital Journal's Free Cooking
School Many Will Attend.
Paint Kitchen Floors
Don't Scrub Them
Avoid the backache and sore knees caused
by scrubbing bare floors. Painted floors are easy
to keep bright and clean, are attractive and
very inexpensive.
ACMEQlMTY
FLOOR PAINT
gives a hard, durable, sanitary finish for floors,
steps or any inside surface to be walked on,
easy to keep clean and hard to wear
out. You can apply it yourself.
It dries in a short time. Offered
in appropriate and attractive shades.
FOR SALE BY
Willamette Hardware Company
426 State Street
Phone Main 217
Mrs. Kate B. Vaughn, who will talk
to and cook for Salem women, next
week, would certainly be gratified to
know of the interest which is being
manifested in The Capital Journal Free
Cooking School. No effort will be
spared to make the main auditorium of
the Armory a very comfortable place
in which to spend the afternoon all
next week. The stage will be trans
formed into a most complete and con
venient kitchen with kitchen cabinet,
tables, and modern cooking utensils.
Many of these innovations will prove
interesting to some of Salem housewives
when Mrs. Vaughn explains and demon
strates their use. Mrs. Vaughn is going
to show Stilem housewives something
about southern cooking next week. This
is a subject many Salem women will
hail with delight as an old friend, for
many families of Salem originated in
the south, and many women prido thorn
solves on being good Southern Cooks.
Thoy will enjoy campling Mrs. Vaughn's
dishes and discussing hor methods. Mrs.
Vaughn is looking forward to meeting
Salem housowives and feels that Tho
Capital Journal Cooking School will bo
an exceptionally interesting one, ami it
is evident from the way peoplo Are
talking about it that she is not to bo
disappointed.
Mrs. Vaughn is at once progressive
and "old fashioned." She believes ag
gressively . that tho home is woman 'i
sphere, but sho is just as aggressive in
her belief thit woman should bring
every modem idea and npplianco which
is worth while, into household use. Mrs.
Vaughn is heartily in sympathy with
young girls who want to do things af
ter now and up-to-dato mothods. She
has coma in close touch with young
women all over tho country who are
strongly interested in domestic, science
and tho has made it a point to en
courage and advise them in every way
possible. She has dono university ex
tension work which has brought her in
direct contact with domestic classos of
tho high schools, and sho finds that the
young women in many Btates Bhe has
visited, are deeply interested. She says
no ono ever heard toll of a studont
"cutting" hor domestic science hour,
and slio feels convinced that this study
of housekeeping from a scientific stand
point is going to bring about a much
needed reform in housekeeping. Mrs.
Vaughn says, "Wo live in nn ago of
reforms and upheavals. We hear some
thing new overy day about prison re
forms, school reforms, reforms in tho
political and business world, but nt
the root and bottom of all these evils
is the badly managed homo, just as
truly as the well maiiiiged homo mak
ing. Will our women go on doing
things in gnindinother 's way, just be
cause it was grandmother's way giv
ing no intelligent thought to tho re
suit!"
More Cooks Than Anything Else
More people are engaged in cooking
than any other profession in tho world.
It is true in more senses than ono that
"too many cooks spoil tho broth." Tho
samo cooks are spoiling many things
besido broth. It is hard to say just
how far tho effect of a badly cooked
meal, by an untrained cook reaches.
I'orhnps sometimes it is felt in tho
making of the country's laws, l'er
haps tho decision of the judge on the
bench is influenced by what ho ate, for
lunch. I'erhaps Johm.y suffers at
J school because of teacher's undigested
breakfast. Shall we have trained jock
eys, trained baseball plnyors, trained
business men, trained teachors ttuil
preachers, and untrained cooks I
Mrs. Vaughn Invites Discussion.
The wen of Hnlerti will have ample
if 4-r
1
Broken sizes of Suits in Serges, Ra
tines, Diagonal Mixtures, and Novelty
Suitingsall at greatly reduced prices
Women's and
Misses' Coats
in all the New Fall Models here
you will find just the coat you desire.
ONE OF A KIND assorted into two
lots.
Special
$12.50 and $15.00
U.(5hipIpu oiRpnnuf
lERCHANDISC M"r "RttT between state 6 COust v piucCS
MERCHANDISE
opportunity, not only of listening to a
trained cook, at Tito Capital Journal j
Cooking school next week, but of ex
pressing thoir own opinions on those ,
important topics. Mrs. Vaughn iuvitos
discussion, and questions. Sho Bays,
"My most intelligent audiences aro
thoso who ask most quostions. ' ' A quos-1
tion box will bo a feature of tho Cook
ing school. Any woman attonding tho
school, who doos not havo an oppor
tunity of asking hor quostions during
tho lecture-demonstration hour, or, por
haps does not care to, may write it out
and place it in the question box. Thoso
quosios will bo taken out, head aloud
and answered each afternoon. Mon
day's program will bo announced in
tomorrow's issuo.
farther in tho mine than we, lived."
"Men dropped all around mo right
nftor tho explosion," was Oeorgo Muv
rada's story. "Sixteen died with a
few foot of mo. I crawled on and madoiYork Public Service commission, and an
JELLS OF
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suro that they were all dead and then
lost consciousness myself. When I re
covered I was in tho mino office with
a doctor working over mo."
Hardly a homo in Dawson today but
had lost Bomo member of tho family.
TAXATION CONFERENCE
UNIT10D I'HKSH I.BABRD WlllB.l
ltuffulo. N. Y., Oct. 24. ltoand table
discussions participated in by tax of
ficials of various states who aro at
tending tho soventh annual Conference
on Taxation hero, was today's import
ant feature of tho program. Today's Manufacturers,
discussion hinged on tho speeches of
T. B. Tuton, gonornl counsel of the
American Bankers' association; Dr. R.
H. Wlntton, statistician of the New
authority on valuation of publio util
ities; A. S. Dudley, tax commissioner
of the St. l'aul railway, and W. W.
Pollock, of tho Manufacturers'
praisal company.
Ap-
BOXES AND CRATES
UNITKD riltSS I.I1SBD wins.
Portland, Ore., Oct. 24. Dofinite
standards of berry boxes and crates
to conform with present stato laws and
city ordinances wore adopted at a
meeting held horo under tho auspices
of tho Northwestern Association of Box
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ONITKD rilKSS r.BASBD Willi.
Dawson, N. M., Oct. 24. "I was
working with my two sons, when sud
denly our lamps went out," said Am
brose Stringer, ono of the Americans
rescued from the mino. "Wo wore
half a mile from tho entrunco and
dragged ourselves to safety, but the gas
wns bo thick wo could not have stood
it much longer, i don't seo how any
of tho men behind us could havo sur
vived." "Fottv others and myself ran a mile
and a Iwilf and managed to get out,"
said Wesley Bartce, another of tho
American survivors. "First wo heard
a deep roar and then wo felt a torrific
wind, laden with gas, which blow over
us. It is impossible Hum any of those
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Mount Crest Abbey Mausoleum
SALEM
This 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
Plan and specifications on file in Salem office.
Portland Mausoleum Co.
Itoom .101 Hubbard building, Phone 239
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