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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 1916.
An event of much interest in col
lege circles will be the wedding tonight
of Miss Eva Uclle Jlogue ami Harold
Jory at the homo of the bride's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Hogue, 1345
Court street. The ceremony will be
performed at 8:15 o'clock by Rev. Carl
11. Elliott. Both Miss Hogiie and Mr.
Jory are graduates of Willamette Uni
versity, where they were prominent in
various college activities. Miss Hogue
was secretary of tho 19KS class, and a
member of the Girls' Glee club. Mr.
Jury was a member of the 11M5 class,
and belonged to the Mens' Glee club.
' He is the son of Mrs. Emily Jory of
Honth Winter street, and since gradu
ating lias been instructor in the science
department of the- Enterprise- high
school. Mrs. K. W. Barclay, a sister of
the bride, and four children of Mason
City, Iowa, and Mr.' and Mrs. A. W.
liogue of Seattle are the out of town
guests. After a short honeymoon at
Seaside, the couple- will spend several
days in Salem, before leaving for their
home at Enterprise, Oregon.
The North Salem Woman's club will
meet ot the home of Mrs. E. E. Fisher,
on Market and Fourth streets tomorrow
afternoon. A most entertaining pro
gram h.is been planned, Miss Lucile
Fareo of Spokane, contributing a con
tralto solo, Miss Lucile lions an instru
mental solo and Paul Turvine a selec
tion on the violin. Mrs. Edith T
weatherred will also describe her re
cent trip to Crater Lake, illustrating
ner talk with drawings.
Madame Kchumnnn-IIeink, the great
contralto, wax tlio guest of .Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Lee I'atterson, Sunday af
lernoon at their country place near
Kola. The son of Madame Schumann
Hcink, George Washington Schumann,
was a classmate of Air. and Mrs. rat
terson 'g son, Philip, at tho Culver Mili
lary academy, through which circum
stance tno tuiniiy friendship arose.
Madame Hcink has been looking over
me country near lianas with a view
to buying a ranch, at Buell, Oregon, in
WBicn case ner son would locate there.
-She left for California last night.
Mrs. Emily Fargo and daughter, Miss
Lucile Fargo, of Spokane, Wash., who
nave boon guests at the home of W. F.
Fargo on north Church street, will
leave about tho 25th of August for
their homo in Spokane. Miss Fargo is
librarian at the North Central high
school and must bo on duty September
4th when the Spokane schools open
early, compared with the Salem schools
Complimenting her guests, Mrs. W. F.
Fargo entertained at dinner Sunday at
her attractive home on North Church
street. Covers were laid for eight, in
eluding the lienor guests and Mr. and
Mrs. Fred 11. Thompson. A lovely
centerpiece of pink and whito sweet
ieas combined with gypsophila adorn
ed the tabic.
Mrs. W. Connell Dyr left today for
an outing at Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Kinearson and M. C.
Starr of Portland were guests vester
day of Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Smith, "4"
North Liberty street, motoring from
Uenton county where they had been
Mr. and Mrs. Asahel Bush, Master
Asahol Hush, Mrs. W. II. Boot and W.
M. Plimpton were registered at Cloud
Cap Inn last week.
Mrs. Edna L. Duily, nurse, who has
been acting superintendent at the Port
land sanitoriuni at Milwaukie during
the summer, will arrive in Salem the
first of September lor her vacation of
two weeks. Mrs. Daily will spend it
largely at Riverside Acres, just south
of Salem, whero she has purchased one
of tho plotted tracts and has had it
set to fruit trees, berries, and garden
truck. Mrs. Daily has been at the san
atorium siuce early in last December,
nd this is her first vacation of any
Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Minnrd of Maple
Glen farm near Salem are homo from
two weeks sojourn iu Coos county.
They are very cutkusiustie over the
wonderful engineering feats which
have made possible the new road into
that region. It is said to offer scouic
-displays second to none iu the state.
"Food Is Its Own
"All too frequently, we prescribe medicines for
patients who suffer from indigestion, when, as a
matter of fact, what they actually need is a sim
ple course of dietetic training, and the proper
food-stuffs to train on.
"This is the famous "reason" for the popularity
of Grape-Nuts as an article of diet, viz., that it
furnishes this very course of training for the
digestion. It not only furnishes the natural
diastase for the process of digestion, but it
favors a return to normal digestive function be
cause the firm, crisp kernels compel thorough
"One ought not to leave out of consideration the
psychic element the delicious treat tn tho
palate afforded by a dish
Accompanying them home is Mr. Min
anl's mother, Mrs. Monty Minimi, who
will remain in Salem for some six
weeks' visit with her son and his wife
-Mrs. Minuril has ma.ie her home in
Coos countv for over fifty vcurs.
Veda the Vampire was the occasion
for a number of box parties at the
Majestic, Portland, last week. So large
have been the houses during the week
that the profits will net 000 to the
institute. Portland was sujil to be
much pleased with the scenery in and
about the citv. It was presented at
Seaside Saturday and Monday nights
where it proved a drawing attraction.
Later the film will be sent out to sev
eral of the larger cities, and it is ex
pected it will be shown in Suicm early
Honoring Mrs. Dnn Wicklander on
her sixty-eighth blrthduy, an enjoyable
party was held at her uome Friday af
ternoon. A color scheme of lave-udnr
and white was carried out in the table
decorations, an abundance of flowers
being used throughout. The guests
were: Mr. anil Mrs. Chas. Wicklunder
and family, Mr. ami Mrs. K. T. Wick
lander and family, Mr. and Mrs. James
Callahan and fa in il v, Miss Amanda
Wicklander, Miss Emma Olson, Mrs. O.
W. Gill, Mrs. Otto Amnion. Mrs. Ed
Derrick, Mrs. N. V. Van Bibber, Mrs.
Bert Thompson, MrB. Eurl Race, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Schultz, the Misses Pearl
Browne, Elizabeth Van Bibber, Stella
Wutrous and Anna iiellcy.
Glen Furvine left Sunday for Port
land, on bis way to Seaview, Wash
ington, for n to weeks vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Shields and family
accompanied by .Mr. and Mrs. Manning
of Imperial Valley, California, return
ed iiome Monday from a camping trip
along the Columbia Highway and at
Word was received from Rucknway
Beach saying that F. E. Long and fami
ly of Salem and Hurry Meilsou and
family composed a deep sea fishing
party out over the bar. They succeed
ed in landing some very largo Lin cod
weighing over 53 pounds, which were
the largest caught this season. They
spent several days on the benches here
and left for Pacific City, where they
will spend a few days before return
ing to Salem. The Henrietta No. 2
took the party over tho bar,
The following Snlemites were noted
us being at the different beaches the
pust week: . II. Litle, -Moore Hotel,
Seaside; Alta L. Jones, Pearl N. Jones,
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Jones, Hotel Bay
Ocean; Esther Bell Ocenn Crest Hotel,
Hoeknwny; O. J. Cleveland, G. F. Cher
rington, B. A. Victor, one of the Hew
itt cottages, Bar View; C. B. Webb and
family, Bar View.
NEW, POSITIVE TREATMENT
TO REMOVE HAIE OB FUZZ
Women arc fast learning the value
of the use of dclatone for removing
hair or fuzz from face, neck or arms,
A paste is made with some powdered
dclatone ami water and spread on the
iimry surface. In - or .1 minutes it is
rubbed off, the skin washed anil every
bit of hair has disappeared. No fail
ure will result if you lire careful to buy
SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
The Sunday school of the First
Baptist church will hold its annual pic
nic tomorrow. The members and
friends of the school will gather at the
church at nine-thirty in the morning
and be taken by suto truck to the
picnic grounds at Brush college in Polk
county. A basket lunch dinner will be
sorved. The committee in charge hns
arranged for games and contests which
will interest every one from the oldest
to the youngest. A large attendance is
Wedding Invitations, Announcement
and Calling Cards PriLtod at tho Jour
nal Job Department.
of Grape-Nuts and
From April, 1916, American
Journal of Clinical Medicine
"There's a Reason"
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Churchill is visiting in Port-
C. S. Hamilton is in Portlund trans
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Parker returned
yesterday from Waldport.
-Mrs. S. L. Hulin of Waterloo is in
the city transacting business.
Miss Susie Decker left this morning
on the Oregou Electric for Seattle.
Chas. O. Spaulding returned yester
day from a two weeks visit at New
-Mrs. Nora ( hilds left this afternoon
for a visit of several weeks at Louis
-Miss Eva and Miss Mildred Scott
returned yesterilay from a two weeks'
visit at Florence and Eugene.
Airs. Claudine M. Peterson of New-
bcrg is spending a few days in the city
the guest of her sister Mrs, Moore.
E. Cooke Patton is home from a bus
iness trip to tno north. He will ac
company tho Cherians to Marshfield.
O. Li, Mckcnna, supreme secretary
of the United Artisans, with offices in
Portland is in the city transacting bus
Sergeant Perry of Portlund has been
assigned to the Salem recruiting office
ami is iiere today taking up his new
Air. and Mrs. O. L. McPeek accom
panied by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stev
ens of Portland, returned yesterday
D. A. White returned this morning
from a two weeks' rest at Newport.
Mes. White and Miss Blanche will visit
at tho seaside another week.
Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Holt and Mr.
and MrB. A. B. Hudelson left for a two
weeks motoring tour in eustcrn Ore
gon and Idaho, going in the Hudelson
S. J. Smith ono of the prominent
farmers of the Mt. Angel country, is
transacting business in the city today.
He reports fine grain crops in his part
of the county.
Mrs. M. E. Peck went to Snlem
this morning to visit friends. She was
here while her husband has been assist-,
ing in a biological survey for the V.
S. government. Koseburij Review
Kev. K. E. Scotield an old resident
of Coos county, and for a number of
vcurs pastor at Marshfield, has been
supplying the pulpit during the months
absence ot the regular pastor, the Kev.
J. c. spencer.
Mrs. Ella Kineman Hooker and two
kildren of Joplin. Mo., accompanied
by Mrs. M. T. Kineman of Portland,
mother of Mrs, Hooker, are visiting
friends in the city and aro registered
at the Mai-ion,
Mrs. L. M. Purvine and Mrs. Sarah
Dragcr of Sulem, who had been here
for tho funeral of Charles Thornton
left for home yesterday. They visited
briefly with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mat
tiiews Roseburg Rcviow.
Miss E. A. Scott of Los Angeles, who
has been in the emp;oy of the Southern
Pacific for the past 20 yearn, is stop
pi nil in the city a few days at the
home of J. E. Scott. Sho is on her way
to Michiimn to visit her pareuts.
L. S. Occr and family have returned
from a week end visit at Arrowwood
the beautiful country home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Jones near Metzger. Sunday
they made a party of motorists for a
trip over tho Columbia Highway.
Mr. and Mrs. Geore Cooper of the
Garden rond have returned from an ex
tended visit in Mtiehignn, Minnesota
and Iowa. Relatives of both Mr. and
Mrs. Cooper wero visited. During
their absence, their daughter Miss
Beryl Coopor visited her sister, Miss
Muv Cooper ot Seattle
Mrs. J. F. Holder and dnughtor,
Miriam, left lor Salem this afternoon
atter spending several days here with
Mr. Holder, of the Western Union,
They expect to return within a Bhort
time to make tneir home hero per
manent I v. Koseburg lteview.
Frank Douglas of Portland, who was
in tho -rocerv bnsiuess in Salem about
seven years ago, is in tno cuy wuu
his family, motoring homo from the
seaside. They are spending tho day at
the homo of Jesse Steiwer, 2000 State
Former state senator L? E. Bean
of Eugene, is iu tho city, endeavoring
to secure a reversal of the doeision not
to place the railroad grant lands on the
countv tax rolls. lane county is mix
ions to tux these lands, notwithstand
ing the recent legislation of congress
011 the subject
L. P. Harrington, field worker for
the state department of education, was
in tho citv vostorduv on lus way rrom
Creswell to Salem, where he and his
funiilv will reside. Mr. Harrington
'has for a long time felt the need of
moving to Snlem, which hns been his
headquarters ever sinco he began this
work. Eugene licgister,
HUSBAND OF AMERICAN
WIDOW IS DEAD
Oconoraowoc, Wis., Aug. 22. Patrick
A. Valentine, aged 65, former vice
president of Armour & Co., and recent
ly u resident of New York, died at his
summer home here last night Funorul
rervieca will be held here privately
Wednesday, it was announced today.
Valentine attracted the attention of
the .ate P. D. Armour while speculat
ing ot'. the Chicago board of trade, and
when aleutiue encountered reverses,
Armour employed him. lie later became
fiiuincial adviser to the widow of V. D.
Armour, Jr., and as their business rela
tions brought them together frequently
their engagement and marriage follow
ed. HELD UP MEAT
Chicago, Aug. 22. Ralph Meats of
Butte, Mont., was a patient in a hos
pital here today with two bullet
wounds as result of being held up
and robbed by three men here last
Meats told police the trio took him
into a basement of a saloon aud after
telling him they were policemen at
tacked and robbed him. He said one
of the men shot him twice.
LBlue, New Commander
of the Texas, Won Fame
In Spanish-American War
CRPTfHN VCTOZ BLUE )
Captain Victor Blue, United States
navy, just appointed to command the
battleship Texas (after serving as chief
of the bureau of navigation, with the
tenTporary rank of rear admirul, has had
a distinguished career. In the Spanish-
American war Captain Blue, then lieu
tenant, won promotion and fame by
landing at Santiago, Cuba, and travel
ing iz miles around the city to ascer
tain that C'ervera's ships were actually
in Santiago harbor. He ran the risk of
capture and execution as a spy. Since
then Captain Blue has held various im
Battle With Stumps
Portland, Ore., Aug. 22. Assorted
thunders, like the rumble of big and
little cannon in the distance, drifted in
to Portland this afternoon on a breeze
from the northeast,1
When the dull pounding had con
tinued for an hour folks got on the
telephone and asked police headquar
ters where the battle was raging.
Visions of "foam-flecked steeds"
and "perspiring gunners" faded, how
ever, when investigation disclosed the
uproar was caused by a handful of hum
ble sons of toil, conducting extensive
blasting operations in a new real estate
When Is Whiskey Drink
and When Medicine?
Portland, Ore., Aug. 22. If whiskey
consumed medicinally, goes to the head.
can the patieut bo arrested for driving
an automobile while under the influence
of medicine t
This interesting question is before
the courts of Portland today.
Mrs. C. M. Nye, society woman, was
senteuced to five dovs iu iail bv Police
Judge Langguth for driving her ma
chine while intoxicated.
Mrs. Nye declared she had been ill.
had eaten nothing for some time, and
drank whiskey as a tonic, whereunon
it went to her head. After sentence
was pronounced, Mrs. Nye's lawyer im
mediately gave notice of appeal, and
she was released on 150 bail.
Trouble May Be Only
A Mental Delusion
San Francisco, Aug. 22. A search is
being made today for Miss Angela
Barnes, an actress noted for her beau
ty from const to coast, who was an im
portant witness in the Thaw trials, fol
lowing telephone calls from here to
different friends statins she is being
detained aud asking for help. Some of
these calls were not completed, the
young woman apparently hanging up
the reciver when sen by her alleged
captors, but in a call to her physician,
she filiated that she was being detained
at Eddy and Mason streets.
Thus far, searches in that vicinity
have beta unavailing. Recently the
girl left a hospital, where she had
been treated for a nervous breakdown,
and the plight she speaks of may be
Negro Mammy Has
Influence With Girl
San Francisco, Ausr. 22. The real
battle by Louise Davis, fourteen year
old heiress to a 1 00,000 estate to
escape being taken to Cincinnati to
become the ward of a guardian she baa
never seen, began in ho juvenile court
today, following the girl's success in
scuring . a court order restraining
probation officers or Cincinnati de
tectives from taking her awav before
she has a hearing.
Phillip 11 inkle, Cincinnati banker
named as the girl's guardian declared
through his attorney hero today that
he blamed the girl's negro 'mammy"
for the present difficulty. The girl's
mother is tn .New York, and Miss
Davis and her colored servaut are re
sisting the effort to take the girl, say
ing she is well eared for and happy.
Made Fourteen Talks From
Rear Platform In Trip
By Perry Arnold,
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
Fresno, Cal., Aug. 22. Swinging
back east today on the return lnp of
his transcontinental tour, Presidential
Candidate Charles E. Hughes spread
the gospel of a republican protective
tarnt through the San Joauuiu valley
in tourtcen speeches.
the one here was the only extended
address of the day, the other being
rear platform speeches lasting only a
minute or two. The list of places
wnere he spoKe briefly included i'ort
ville, Lindsay, Visulin, Exeter, Kings
burg and Seliua,
At luxct-er, uoveinor Hughes spied an
old friend in the audience.
"Well, well, mv old friend Bishop,"
he shouted gleefully, us he leaned over
the rear rail of' hie car to shake hands.
"This is the first time I've seen you
in 26 years"
Some one in the crowd volunteered
the information that Exeter was the
first town in the United States to rati
fy Hughes' nomination on June 14.
Hughes was quite hoarse today.
After having spoken to about 40,000
persons in his addresses in soutnern
California yesterday, Governor Hughes
humorously referred to his hoarseness
in his little platform talks today.
At Visalia Huirhes declared the is
sues of the campaign are in part: the
maintemi-e of he national! honor,
that the American name may be
respected everywhere; the maintenance
of the rights of American labor aud
American industry, ni order that we
may compete with other nations, par
ticularly in the strenuous competition
which we will meet after the European
His one sentence pledge of service
at Kingsburg was: "1 tell you, if 1
am put in a place of great responsi
bility, the highest place that any one
can occupy, I shall devote myself to
your service and to the building up of
TODAY'S BALL SCORES :
R. H. E.
Brooklyn 9 JO 4
Chicago 4 8
Cheney, Brown, Dell, Smith and Mil
ler; Prendergast, McCounell and El
liott. R.. H. E.
Piulnn 1 O "
Cincinnati 0 10
Tyler and Blackburn; Aloscley nnu
Clark. (Called end 5th, ram.)
First name H. H. E-
Philadelphia 15 3
Mayer, aicuunian aim runner, if'-
mon and Schmidt.
Second game it.
Philadelphia 7 9 1
Pittsburg I,2 2
Bender, Oeschger ana Burns; v.uui'er
New York o 4 u
St. Louis 1
Perritt and Kocher; Dduk, .ueouows,
Ames and Conzales.
H. H. E.
Chicago a J J
New York - '
Cicotte, Williams and Scnam; nnaw-
key and Walters.
R. H. E.
0 5 1
1 7 1
McKee; Bush and Puh-
R. H. E.
0 5 2
Boston s, 7 0
Bagby and Daly; .Mays ana inomas.
New Advisory Committee
to Look After Campaign
New York. Au". 22. A new rcpub-
lican advisory committee to look after
important details of the Hughes cam-1
uaiizn was announced oy (.nairmau via
ox this aiternoou.
Included among the members are ex- p.
postmaster general FranR lUtcneocK,
leader of tho Hughes pre-convention
. . a T .V.! B 11
campaign ana rcaymona nuuuis ui Il
linois, chairman of the progressive na
tional convention, who.n the democrats
made strenuous efforts to leau mio
the Wilson camp, ether committee
members are: John Wanamaker, Phil
adelphia; Governor Beekmau, Khode
Islaud; ex- senator iiieiniuru ajuhuu,
Ohio; Charles E. Dawes, Chicago, comp
troller of the currency under President
MeKinley; Victor Rosewater, Omaha;
A. O. Kberhardt, ex-governor of Minne
sota. Charles W. Fulton, ex-senstor
from Oregon; William L. Ward, New
York and James Wilson of Iowa, for
mer secretary of agriculture.
VOTED FOB WEONO MAN
Portland, Or., Aug. 22. Democrats
who voted for Ceorge W. Allen as can
didate for county judge at the primar
ies recently cast their ballots for
Ureenberry Wilson Allen, in the opin
ion today of the attorney general,
(ireenberry was a candidate but his
name was printed on the wrong bal
lot. Our circulation U still climb-
trig up read the paper and
7oa'll know the reason,
Lost? Found? Help? Work? For Rent? For
Sale? House Wanted? Business Opportunity?
An Auto? A Horse? If your name is in the tele
Every phone in Salem,
ties connects in an instant with The Capital 5
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Office H O I
The Eternal Eve Makes
Lingerie by Hand
Atter a regime of colored silk and
jersey underwear women are gratefully
reversing to batiste. This model is
fashioned of the finest quality, the
seams benig finished with insertion to
match the laee. The camisole closes
nith narrow pink ribbon like the wide
ribbon at the knees.
Split In Nebraska
Chicago, Aug. 22. That democrats
expect to have it ull their own way in
Nebraska was the information brought
to democratic campaign htndquarters
here today by Arthur Mullen, national
democratic committeeman from Nc-
I "Judee Sutton, the republican camli-
date for governor of Nebraska, has bolt-
ed the railroad plank of the national
republican platform," said Mullen.
"bv aomg mis ne denes victor nose-
- e -1 . -V-..I t. ,1 t
water, leauer ox lue eurusnu vj. v.
This means a victory for the demo
crats," he said.
The Tuesday night Cherrian band
concert will be given this evening as
usual beginning at 8 o'elock, in Willson
park. The vocalist for the' evening will
be Mrs. Hallie Parrisli Hinges in a song
especially re-written for her by Di
rector StQudenmeyer. The program is as
1 (New) "National Defense." ...
2 Overture, "Orpheus.". .Offenbach
3 Waltz, "Aeroplane Dip." .. Pryor
4 Comic Opera Selection, "The
Chocolate .Soldier." Straus
5 Vocal Solo, "Love, Here Is My
Mrs. Hallie Hinges.
6 Morceau Charaeteristique,
" Whispering Flowers." .. ..
7 Novelette, "In Poppyland.". . . ,
8 Grand Selection from "Faust.'..
9 Humoreeque, "The Magpie and
t.ie Parrot." Bendix
10 March (new) "Gellmar Broth
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HOW TO EE SLIM
If you are too fat and want to
reduce your weight 15 or 20
pounds, Jon't starve and weak
en your system, or think you
must always be laughed at on
account of your fat, but go to
Central Tharmacy or any
good druggist, and get a
box of Oil of Korcin capsules,
take one after each meal and
one before retiring at night.
Weigh yourself once a week
and note what a pleasant and
reliable method this is for re
moving superfluous fat from
any part of the body.
It costs little, is absolutely
harmless and a week's trial
should convince anyone that it
is unnecessary to be burdened
with even a single pound of un
Governor Asks Wilson
to Side With Railroads
Governor Withyconibe today forward
ed to President . Wilson the following
telegram urging the desirability of arbi
tration iu the present railway striko
"Honorable Woodrow Wilson, Wash
ington, D. C: While the railroads aro
the property of the stockholders, trans
portation service is the property of tho
public. Land grants and franchise
were given with that implicit under
standing. The American people are eoin
mitted to and believe in the principle
of arbitration and the public welfare
iemands that this principle be pre
served. Where differences between tbo
railroad employes and the manag
ers involve so serious an issue as trans
portation service to the public and can
not be mutually adjusted the public will
ind doeB insist on both sides submit
ting to arbitration.
"Governor of Oregon.!'
The Lumber Industry
of Clackamas County
Reports from 13 of Clackaniaj coun
ty's sawmills, one of which was .estab
lished January 1, li)10, two on April 1,
liilO, and one on June 1, last, will. give
an idea as to the lumber industry in
that county. Theso 15 mills since Jan
uary 1, li'lti, have run an average of
1H2 davs, and the average daily cut wiva
170,000 toet or a totul of 27,540,000 feet
board measure iu addition to 2,250,000
HOW TO BEAUTIFY A
SUMMER SOILED FACE
It's really a simplo matter to reno
vate a face soiled by sun, winds or. dirt.
Ordinary mereolized wax, used liko
cold cream, will transform the worst
old complexion into one of snowy
whiteness and velvety softness. It lit
erally peels off the outer veil of surfaco
skin, but so gently, gradually, there's
no discomfort. The wornout skin
comes off, not in patches, but evenly,
in tiny particles, leaving no evidence,
of the treatment. The younger, health
ier under skin forming the new com
plexion, is one of captivating loveli
ness. One ounce of mereolized wax, to
be had at any drug store, is enough to
remove any tanned, reddened, pimpled,
freckled -or blotchy skin. - Apply be
fore retiring," washing it off morningu.
Many skins wrinkle easily with ev
ery wind that blows, with heat, worry,
etc. An excellent wrinkle remover, be
cause it tightens the skin and strength
ens relaxed muscles, is a wash lotion
made as follows: Powdered saxolite, 1
07, dissolved iu witch hazel,
This gives immediate results.