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HO ALULl HO PHOSPHATE
Great Sea Fisht Demand After This Women Listen to
for His Return Is Growing
Mrs. Catt Party Has Two
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOT RNAL. SALEM. OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1916.
Made from Cream of Tartar
London, June (i. Dispatches from
The Hague to London say that since
the Skngerak sea 'fight there has been a
growing demand for the restoration of
Admiral Von Tirpitz as head of the
Gorman sea forces. The dispatches say
that the German conservatives and na
tional liberal parties are making a con
certed move in this direction, not being
satisfied with the result of the sea
On account of the many inquiries regarding tho
recipos used by Mrs. Vaughn at the Capital Journal Home
Economies School this week, arrangements have been
made to supply without charge to out-of-town subscribers and
others who have been unable to attend, the recipe leaflet
distributed. Simply send request with your name and ad
dress to tho Capital Journal is all that is necessary.
of tho week so fnr. The school con
tinues until Saturday. The closing ses
sion will be held Saturday morning at
Better Foods and Better Homes
Economic Functions of Women E.
T. Devine, Teachers College.
Tho Woman who Spends D. J. Rich
ardson, Whitcnmh & Barrows, Boston.
The Cost of Living Ellen H. Rich
ards, Whitcomb & Barrows, Boston.
The American Economics Review
Vol 2 page 267.
The Backward Art of Spending
Money W. C. Mitchell.
The Chemistry of Cooking and Clean
ingRichards & Elliott, Whitcomb &
Practical Cooking and Sewing J. M.
Hill, Doublcday, Pago & Co.
(Continued from Pago Six.)
tions with the idea of having banks
conducted more efficiently. Mercahnts
meet to discuss the best methods of im
proving their business. Workers along
all lines get together in conventinns of
various sorts and now wo have conven
tions for housewives."
This afternoon Mrs. Vaughn talked
briefly about "Tho Cost of Living"
nnd how to meet the existing conditions
brought about by tho war. fche reco
mmends and is preparing a light lunch
eon and the demonstration i followed
with intense interest by tho largo crowd
present. Tomorrow afternoon her talk
will be along the lines of "Nutrition"
and the good to be obtained from whole
nome well prepared food. Her cookery
demonstration will be mndo up of dish
es suitablo for dinner and will probab
ly the most interesting and attractive
New Today Ads, one cent per
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To the House Wife attending Mrs. Vaughn's
Cooking School: To get the best results in
the kitchen when preparing the daily menu,
you should above all be comfortable.
See our line of Comfy-Shoes that can be
worn about the house; they are neat and
made for wear.
NEW McGILCHRIST BUILDING
415 State 114 Liberty
I Headquarters for
You will find everything Mrs. Vaughn uses in her
demonstration at our store. Our stock is complete
and arranged convenient for busy shoppers.
Buy your strawberries for canning new. They
are at their best
J. L. Busick & Son
456 State Street Phone 1 S2
Formerly Moir Grocery
Admiral Von Tirpitz, who had been
generally credited with planning to
push to merciless execution the German
submarine campaign of frightfulness,
resigned when tho German-American
submarine controversy grew hottest
shortly before President Wilson 's threat
of severance of diplomatic relations.
Ill health was given as the reason.
Launch Political Party
Chicago, June 6. A new political
party was born in Chicago this after-
mum wiiu ine ruiiucuiion ny women
of the equal suffrage states, of an
organization to unite women voters in
ineir rignt tor national woman sut-frage.
The first act of the new purtv, known
officially as tho National Women's
party, was the adoption of resolutions
calling upon President Wilson and
Congress for immediate action on the
Susan B. Anthony amendment. The
resolution leaves no loophole for dodg
ing and flatly states that if the demo
crats are to benefit by tho 4,400,000
votes of women in equal suffrage
states, the party must take direct ac
tion iu support of national suffrage. '
Program for Wednesday a't-
ernoo. Lecture subject, "Nu-
Cocktail D 'Fruit
Roast Chicken Corn Oysters
Chocolate Bulls (steamed)
Hot Marshmallow Sauce
Mint Sherbert in Fireless Cooker
Rub thi! contents of a enrt of toma
toes through a colander. Season with
2 teaspoonf uls o'f sugar and salt and
pepper to taste. Put a laver of toma
toes in a eriscoed pudding dish, sprinkle
with breadcrumbs and bits of butter.
Add more tomatoes, alternating with
layer of crumbs until the dish is full,
having eriscoed crumbs for the top .lay
er. Place the dish in the oven, cover
for one-half hour, uncover and brown.
Mix equal parts of cold flaked sal
mon and hot mushed potatoes. Season
with salt and pepper. Shape in form
of cutlets, dip in crumbs, egg, nnd
crumbs ngain, fry in deep crisco hot
enough to brown a cnbo of bread in
forty counts. Arrange in a circle, hav
ing cutlets overlap one another, on a
folded napkin. Oamish with parsley.
Brown Sugar Icing.
1-2 cup granulated sugar, l-2cupful.
hot water, 1-2 cupful brown sugar, 1
teaspoonful crisco, 1-4 teaspoon ful salt,
1 ounce of chocolate, 1 teaspoonful van
illa. Melt granulated sugar in a saucepan,
add water gradually, then the brown
sugar, crisco, salt and chocolate. Cook
to the soft ball stage. Remove from
tho fire, add vanilla, bent until creamy
and spread on cake.
Chicago, June C True to feminine
traditions, women of the national wom
ans suffrage association opened their
first national convention today at the.
Princess theatre, by having their pic
tures taken. Then they settled down
to listen, to President Carrie Chap
man Catt tell them that tiie vote in
Iowa yesterday, which appears to have
added that state to the suffrage list,
was a sledge hammer blow in their be
half in getting a favorable suffrage
plank in the platforms of ine repub
lican and democratic parties this year.
At the same time, five blocks away,
in the Blackstone theatre, the fii'ili-
tant suffragettes of the congressional
union at a closed sesstou loaded tueir
guns for their charge tomorrow on the
resolutions committee ot the republi
All plans are off between the two
suffrage camps for a union in their
fight with the O. O. P. and progressives
Both sides today disclaimed any at
tempt to effect a union of forces and
declared there would ue no sucn at
The suttrnge association expected to
rush througTT this afternoon a resolu
tion nrginsr the republican party to
give "tiie protecting power and pres
tige of your-party plattorm to tne
struggle of women lor political lib
Want No Whiskers
On Their Candidate
Chicago, June f). The first stampede
occurred this afternoon when radical
progresive delegates from the national
league of republican duns and renn
sylvania bull moosers conferred in a
great demonstration for T. R.
Tho demonstration occurred when
the Pennsylvania delegates marched in
to the Florentine room, where the meet
ing of the bull moose radicals was in
nroirress. carrvinu Roosevelt banners
and shouting "we want Teddy."
Immediately the room was in an up
. The national league of republicans
meetintr had iust adjourned and min
gling with tho progressive throng these
delegates jumped up on chairs, waved
hats and banners and joined in the
shouting. The Pennsylvania delegation
marched about the room, continuing
their shouts of we want Teddy,"
" we want Teddy.'.'
When order was finally restored,
Governor Johnson of California, Wil-1
liam Allen White, and John Parker of
Luisiana, addressed the meeting; All
declared the republicans must take
Roosevelt as their nominee or face a
three party race.
"We want, a man with backbone, not
a wishbone," said Parker.
"Nor whiskers?" someone shouted
from the rear.
"I accept the amendment,". Parker
tiovcrnor Johnson declared the re
publicans must accept Roosevelt or
no one. ;
Hill Left No Will But
Dodged Inheritance Tax
St. Paul. Minn., June fi.James J.
Hill, railroad magnate, left no will
and his son L. W. Hill, is to be "aead
of his vast fortunes. TUm became ap
parent todav when Mary T. Hill, the
emnire builder's widow filed in the
circuit court a petition to have L. W
Hill appointed administrator, and stat
ing James J. Hill left no will. The
statement, values Hill's personal prop
erty at $10,0110,000 and his real prop
erty at .f:i.riO,000. The disposition of
the Hill fortunes, rated much larger,
was thought to have been made before
the magnate's death, thus ev;ulig an
ILs3 2L M hvr
We have the most complete stock of Men's Shoes in
Salem and we bought them before the raise in price
and they are marked at least a dollar below the
prices that will prevail this fall. We are now re
ducing these prices to such an extent that it elim
inates all competion. You can buy shoes now for
less than they will sell wholesale for this Fall.
Don't Miss This Opportunity
Broken lines Men's $7.00 and $8.00 Hanan Shoes, now go at . $5.95
All lines Men's $6.00 Shoes, button and lace, tan and black, now go at $4.95
All lines Men's $5.00 and $5.50 Shoes, button and lace, tan and black, go at $3.95
All Fines Men's $4.00 and $4.50 Shoes, button and lace, tan and black, go at $3.35
AD lines Men's $3.50 Shoes, button and lace, tan and black, now go at . . .$2.95
1C0 pairs Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Work Shoes, broken lines, go at .... . .$2.65
500 pairs Men's $2.50 and $2.75 Elk Bals tan and black, best grades, go at $1.95
100 pairs Men's Dress Shoes, broken lines $3.50 to $5.00, now go at . . . .$2.35
50 pairs Men's broken lines, edd sizes, now go at' 95c
Cut Rates on Repair Work
4 tablespoonf uls crisco, 1-2 cupful
sugar, 1 e(.g, 1-2 cupful molasses, 1-2
cupful warm water, 2 cupfuls sifted
flour, 1 tenspoonfnt soda, 1 teaspoonful
ginger, 1 teaspoonful salt, 1-3 cupful
Cream crisco and sugar, add egg
beaten light, add molasses and water.
Sift dry ingredieuts and add to mix-1 Lyons of
tare. Lastly add raisins. Bake in well here today
eriscoed gem pans.
Woman to Keep Female
Delegates In Order
ing British admiralty secrets which he
might use to tiie disadvantage of
Great Hriatin, was testified to today
by Captain Uuy (luunt, naval attache
of the British 'embassy.
Captain (iamit did not say what sec
rets it was thought Layman possessed.
Lyman's wife was formerly the wife
of a British officer. Testimony was
introduced by Lyman to show that
when he left New York that it was not
because- he was shadowed by United
Htate government officers but on ac
count of being shallowed by British of
ficers. Let the Capital Journal New Today
Column put your dollars on the right
1-2 cupful crisco, 1 2-.1 cupfuls sugar,
yolk 5 eggs, 2 1-2 cupfuls flour, 2 ten
spoonsful baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon-
j fill cold salt, 1-2 cupful crtld water, 1-2
I cupf ul orange juice and some grated
rino, wnites o eggs.
Cream crisco and sugar together.
Add egg yolks. Sifl together flour,
baking powdr and salt, and odd al
ternately with liquid to creamed mix
ture. Add grated orange rind. Lastly
fold in egg whites and bnke in layer
pans in quick oven for 20 minutes.
Filling for Orange Cake.
1 egg white, 1 orange, juice and grat
ed rind, XXXX sugar.
Beat egg whito and mice together.
Chicago, June i. The first woman
sergeant at anus ever appointed for a
political convention is Mrs. fr.nah K.
Minneapolis, who arrived
all ready to quell any dis
turbance that may arise among th 33
women delegates to the progressive
" But I would rather handle the wo
men than the men," she aid. "Women
are a whole lot more lovely in a meet
ing than arc the men. They am more
logical anil systematic and ensier to
control. I don't anticipate any trouble
at all, but I'll handle it if it arises."
ATTACKED BY MEXICANS-
Marathon, Texas, June 7. A freight
er arriving late this afternoon said
Terlingua was being attacked by a
band of Mexicans. No details are avail
able in Marathon. Parties of cattle
men have set out to aid the American
settlements. They are headed straight
south through the Eig Bend country
Add gradully rind and sufficient gnear ! hoping to meet refugees on tho way to
until stiff enough to spread. Marathon n ml learn from them the ex
act scene or tne iignting.
Terlingua is 50 miles west of (ilenn
Springs and about 20 miles north of the
Big Bend border. There in no railroad
within mnnv miles of the settlement.
PEOGEAM, WEDNESDAY, June 7.
On New Victor Victrola.
f"old by Ceo. C. Will.
1. (Jems from Madame Hherrv, No.
2. Tdyll Neapolitan Trio. No. 17fiS.
The Kosarv Alma (iluch nnd Zim
halist. Xo. R7237.
Kosie Tarrv Lauder. Xo. 70113.
Molher Mnchree John McCormnek.
Song of Tender Memories Titta
Ttuffo. Xo. 8S303.
Down on the Levee Peerless Quar
tette. No. 3.1233.
John rGant Lyman Was
Suspected by British
New Yoik, June d That John
firaiit Lyman, on trial here for using
the mails to defraud, was, with his
wife, under the surveillance of the
British government, (inspected of hav-
Capital Journal Only
Complete Paper Sold
The Capital Journal I the
only evcjiing daily published
in Balem that is a complete
newspaper. The Portlaad paper
peddled bore are printed in the
forenoon about 11 o'clock, are
simply the regular edition of
the day before with some
changes on the firBt page. They
are only extras made np for
street sales and out of town
circulation, making no pretense
to being real newspaper. The
Capital Journal on the other
hand, contain the complete
leased wire service up to 3:30
p.. m., hich is 6:30 p. m. in
Now York and past midnight
in Europe, the seat of the great
war. It also contain all the
loeal news of Salem and sur
rounding territory that te worth
while. It is a complete after
Boon newspaper and the only
one circulated in Salem. When
yon pay your money for a Port
land evening paper here you are
merely being "faked" into buy
ing a cheap extra with big
headlines on the firBt page and
yosterday' new everywhere
The Capital Journal soils on
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Gold Dollars, Fancy $1.00 to $1.10 Crate
Clark Seedlings, Very Fancy. . . . $1.25 to $1.50 Crate
Best Berry Sugar $8.50 per Sack
White Rose, Hard Wheat $1.25 Sack
Imperial, Hard Wheat $1.35 Sack
MRS. VAUGHN'S COOKING SCHOOL
Be sure you visit Mrs. Vaughn's Cooking School
every day at 2 p. m., at the Armory. Also pay our
store a visit. New goods on display.
Roth Grocery Co.