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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1918.
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JOURNAL WANT AD DEPARTMENT IS THE BEST SELLING
CLASSIFIES ADVEETISIXQ BATES
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Om week (6 insertion)
Ob month (36 insertions) .
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sponsible for nor than one. insertion,
far errors in Classified Advertisements.
Bead your advertisement the first day
it appears and notify us immediately.
kLniaua charge 15c,
BOY 12 years old, wants light work in
town. 1656 Center St. 8 ST
FVEXISHED honse wanted by respon
sive parties. Phone 392W. " 8-29
CBAVENSTEIN apples 75e per bushel
delivered. Phone 1051W. 8-29
BAW OUTFIT for sale, cheap; must soil
at once. Phone 2092J. 8 29
hay baling f If so phone
FOR SALE Blue Damson plums, 154
Columbia St- comer X. Front. 8-30
FBUXE picker, wanted, best
with bonus. Phone 340.
WANTED Prune pickers. Close i'J
Phone 50F4. 8 2S
HOUSE pasture wanted. Ward K. Rkli
ardson. Phone 494. 8-27
FOR HALE Gravensrein apples 30e;
pears 75c. Phone 71F22. 8-23
DRAFT horses for Bale. Phone 58F4.
BEDROOM with private bath for rent.
Knquire Vick's Garage. 8-27
WANTED Prune pickers nd shaker
to camp. Phone 88F13. 8-27
WILL rent or buy modern bungalow
with garage. Phone 931. 8-27
WANTED Prune pickers, and help in
dryer. Phono 107F11. 8 27
WANTED Laundress, steady work.
Phone 1109M. 8-28
HOP PICKERS wanted. Phone 59F11.
Adam Orey, Bt. 8. tf
FIB WOOD for sale. Phone 51F13 or
55F3 after 8 p. m. Chris Petersen, tf
FOR SALE Small cook stove, cheap.
1360 north Front St. 8-28
LOST One silk glove, color gray. Leave
at Cajrital Journal office. 8-28
FOR SALE 2 Shropshire bucks, t. C.
Bussell, Waconda. Or. Phone 3i"3. tf
FURNISHED flats for rent. Call 1737
WANTED Veal ealv?s and fat cattle.
Phono 1576W. 9-8
GOOD driving horse for sal3 cheap. C.
E. Speaker, Bt. 4. 8-29
GOOD pasture for tows on the I. K.
Page estate. Phone 44F22. tf
COI W. F. WRIGHT, tie auctioneer.
Turner, Oregon, Piioni 59. tf.
FOR SALE Purebred and grade Shrop
shire and Cotswold rams. Albert Sav
age, BUverton. ' 9 1
WANTED Men and women, ari'y at
once, Salem King9 Products Co.,
Front and Market Sg. 8 27
WANTED Plain sewing by the day.
Phono 2166. Residence 112i ( hemeke
ta St. 9 9
BOY of 16 or over wanted at Journal
office to carrv racer route. Apply at
! once. tf
KOTICE I will pay no bills contract
ed by anv one excepting myself. Ar
thur Marshall. 8-30
FOB BENT Equipped meat market,
good location. P. O. Box 157.- Mc
Minnville, Or. 8 31
BALES MAN, collector wanted for Ma
rion and Yamhill counties. Call 333
State. 9 7
WANTED Man or man and wife for
general farm work. E. E. Bengs, Ma
rioa. Or. 8-2
TO TRADE House and 2 lots for eows,
team or suto. A. F. Lamb, West Ra-
lem Lear school house. 8 2
WANTED Cot.k in French restaurar.t,
481 State, woman preferred, plain
rooking. Call versonaJly. 8 27
WALL PAPER 13 cents per double roll
upward. Buren's Furniture Store, 179
WANTED Ms a sad team, ea make
from M to (9.50 per day- Call phone
451 Turner. tf.
HOUSEKEEPING apartments and
ingle Kent, nicely furnished, at
633 Kerry street. tf-
tXO and three room furnished apart
ments. 491 X. Cottage. Picas 203
FOB BENT 500 acre farm 24 miles
west of Dallas; etock goes with
place; 135 acres ia eoltivatioa, bal
ance nastnrs. lares dairy barn, t:!a
aad good improvements throughout.
nm anmintain stream rirsllthst this Bfttte is served iiurtuset to
to bnilliags also nsed for irrigaii&a
Reference, required. See B. P. B-jU.
S3 Brcyaisjj block. t
tpv Tnrmrn!? pcctttki
liU IUImU lUil aldUJUasaUj
F. X. WOODSY, tke farmers aueUoaear
Libertv and Ferry' Sts, Salem. Phone
WANTED To rent 5 or 6 room home,
close in, by eonple. Phone 969. 8-28
CIDE3 press nearer new, for sale. Phoae
2107W or 1179." 8 27
FOB SALE Rye for teed, e lb., sacks
extra. C. C. Bussell, Waconda, Or.,
Phone 3F3. tf
FOB SALE A Xo. 1 work team, wagon
anj harness, (173. Rt. 6, box 113. 8-3'J
FOR BALE Italian prunes for canning
Will deliver. Phone 34113 after 6 p.
LOST A bunch of keys, on ring and
chain. Return to the Journal oinee
and receive reward. tf
1918 FORD for sale. Phone 45F11 morn
ings or evenings. Wm. A. Guerne,
Turner. 8 27
GIRLS and women wanted at the Glove
Factory, 1455 Oak St. Steady work
the year around. 8-30
WANTED 3 or 4 room furnished
apartment in vicinity of Washington
school Phone 806M. 8 27
FOR SALE Or trade, good driviug or
saddle mare for cow. Phono 2500W5
or address box 162, Salem. 8-30
BICYCLE, new clincher tires, electric
light, for sale. Phone 1179 or 2107
LOST Ou 8. P. train or on way to 733
Ferry a ladies gold wrist watch. Re
ward, return to 735 Ferry. 8-28
FOR SALE 1914 Ford roadster or tour
ing car (300; 1914 Studebaker (375.
Highway Garage, 1000 S. Com'l.
Phone 355. tf
WANTED Hop pickers in River bot-
1 . ..i. : ,) . ;n
pickers to 'and from yard. Downing
and Eoff. Phone 1283 or 97. 9-4
MAN and wife wanted for general farm
work, everything furnished and work
steady. Phone Jefferson 30F22, W. i.
Turnidge, Talbot, Or. 9-7
FOR SALE Good Jersey cow, U. S.
cream separator, and all of our furni
ture, cheap for quick sale. H. G. Cox,
box 18A, Jefferson road. 8-28
ONE aero home for sale on casv terms.
Modern house on paved street and
car line, fruit, berries and garden.
Phone 2440, owner. - 8-27
WANTED First class Ford mechanic,
permanent employment, gubd wages.
A. Wilhelm & Sons, Ford garage, Oor
vallis. Or. 8 28
WOMEN and girls wanted to peel pears',
steady work, long season. Apply at
once Oregon Packing Co.. 8. 12th St.
HOUSES TO RENT Geo. C. Will, the
music dealer at 432 State St., rents
modern houses. If in need of a nice
house call. 8-28
FOR SALE 31 head goats, 1 registered
Billv. balance mostly Nannies. Phone
22F2, Bvron McElhaney, fjhaw, Or.
FOR SALE 3 tons of hay (18 a ton; 2
uiu'ics with harness (150; horse with
harness (73; 1 si1"'1 wagon, 1 wagun
with rack. Phone 26F13. , 8 30
FOR 5ij pffr sent farm loans, see the
Marion-Polk county national farm
loan association. W. D. Smith, 3o3
Salem Bank of Commerce Lldg. tf
5 GOOD men wanted for factory work
long job at good wagea. Call at room
303 Sa!em Bank of Com. bldg., or
shona 482, agent. W. I). Smith. tf
WANTED A woman or good girl for
housework in family of 3, 1 jniles
east of city, to be one of the family.
Steady for right persou. Phone 19K
33. B.' B. Rvan. . " 8 27
FOR SALE At bargain, 6 room modern
bungalow, large log, garage, one block
from paved street, 2 blocks to ear line
Aa ideal home for little money. Ad
dress A. J-20 care JournaJ. tf
WANTED To ren, grain land, from 2
to 6 hundred acres, either cssa or
grain rent. Also want to buy some
small uigs. Adam Orer. Bt. 8, Phone
FOR RENT 1000 acres river bottom
land, or any portion thereof, for one
or more years. Terms eastt. vt would
prefer tenters who wish to grow veg
cables, as we now have vegetable
drying plant located On ranch. Ad
dress E. Clemcna Horst Co., Inde
pendence, Or. 8 31
To whom it may concern: Yoa are
hereby notified that John W. Schwa
baurr and Mary Aana Hehwabauer
havf mad application to the county
court of Marion csotty, Oregoa, to
have their clanged to John Bow
er, aad Mary Ansa Bowers; Also to
have the names of thrir two sons chang
ed from Oliver Jxba Ethwabaaer to
Oliver Joha Bowers and from Clarence
John Srhwalauer to Clare ace Johs
Bowers and von are further notified
;ai ordr of sail eeonty ecart. 11
Attoracy for Petiuoter.
- os sale-vh, ex -a
o orchestra, loud toae; prife Xif-
tr dollars. Inquire at city fir de
WANTED Te rent farm of T5 to 200
acres. Prefer a dairy ranch equipped
but will eoasider grain ranch. Havo
good equipment. Address C care Jour
SIX husky boys from It to 19 year
to pick pears. Wagea (2.60 day.
Lachmund's orchard 5 miles north of
Salem in Kaiser bottom. Use your bt
evcle. H. W. Bowdea foreman, phone
PUBLIC NOTICE All parti, an
strictly for hid den and will lay them
selves liable, who bny or remove any
property from the premises of E. K. :
tint witnout permission xrom i.yman
Hill or mvself. E. L. EilL tf
FOB SALE Fiv passenger Boo. AU
new tires. Fine mechanical condition.
Electric equipment, with starter.
This is a sacrifice sale and if yoa
Kant a first class buy cheap, call 81
and ask for Mills, or see car at North
western Garage. ' . tf.
CRAWFORD canning peaches now
ready. Order immediately, crop light,.
short season, quality fancy. Lach
mund's orchard 5 miles north of Sa
lem, in Keizer bottom. Phun fl. W.
Bowdcn, foreman, farmers 29F3. Bring
your boxes. " tf
WANTED To buy or lease from own
er, a fruit farm, prunes preferred,
that rau show reasonable returns on
investment.- Will consider only prop
erty now operated by owner. Give
brief description, price and reason for
selling. Absolutely confidential. F. M.
Erickson, general delivery, Salem. 8 28
YOUNG LADIES WANTED.
NO EXPERIENCE BEQUIRED.
PAID WHILE LEARNING
RAPID INCREASE IX WAGES
CALL AT TELEPHONE COMPANY
170 NORTH LIBERTY tf
5 acres al lcultivated; new 5 room
plastered bungalow; barn; rock road;
3H miles out; Price (1000. (600 down,
balance 6 per cent interest.
5 acre bearing Italian prune orchard
six years oUl; close in on rock road;
price (2200. -
22 acre farm, good six room house,
barn, chickenhouse, well, some timber
and pasture; 8 acres of Italian prune
orchard; 1 acre loganberries, straw
berries, rtifpberries, gooseberries, fam
ily orchard. All stock, machinery and
household goods goes. Price (6000.00.
100 acre farm; 40 acres cultivated,
balance timber and pasture; old build
ing lTice (60.00 per acre.
13 V4 acres of timber and pasture land
located 5 miles south of falem. Price
10 acre home, new 5 room plastered
bungalow, good barn, chickcnhmise. 5
acres of 3 year old prune orchard, 1
acre of strawberries, good location.
44 acre tract, 30 acres cultivated,
bouse, barn, spring water, 8 acres
prune orchard, 5 miles from Salem,
Well improved 70 S'-re farm, all cul
tivated, fine houjw, barn, will consid
er modern residence in Salem or Port
land op t) (4000.00 part payment.
If you want to buy, trade or sell,
W. H GRABLMIORST & CO.
275 Stave Street
Portland Kan With
Canadians Is Killed
Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 27The follow
. . , . . . ,
ing Ameri.ans are mentioned in today s
Killed in a'tion:
A. N. Murray, Portland, Ore.: O
.Ailken, Elk, Wash.; C. C- Barber, Los
J. Robertson, Seattle; H. A. Oiilds,
JSerkelrv, Cal.; B. F, Yorke, Spokane,
,Wah.j"w. A. Pettis, Santa Fe, N. M.
,A. L. Oil.liett. (iridley, Cal.; C. A. John
.son. Smith Great Falls. Mont.; G. W.
San FrSneiseo; S. J. Osborne,
it. Maho: R. T. Dunn. Los Angel
; E: A.Jones. Preeland Island, Wash.;
rt. Movlett, Colorado Hpnngs, Colo.;
A. A. T.iherlcv, aa Fisuciseo; J. t.
Johnson, Tooele. Utah.
It miit help onr Yankee bovs a lot to j
reflect that by chasing over the eun-
try so fast, they woo t have to tackle
o many of those Fiench samcs.
THE BIG BULL TRACTOR
"WITH THE PULL"
12 1 P m DrswW. 24 B f at tW EcJt
Latd WWti LtrirtS&Stariss, Ccric.
A m1mM hM Tractor far araanl fans M.
In rsna fr immtAmim Scttvwy. Wnta fr M
Western Farm Tractor Co.,
' an i ? rmt. ssstuss, sat.
in " i ii pirn cmrp"
AT 81 FRANS1SC0
One Said To Be Nepiew Of
Hsscss Official, Const
Saa Francisco, Ang. 27. Two alleg
ed "master spies ' of Germany were
ander iodit truest here today.
One is Barsn Allardt Von Dem
Bueseae Musnsca, said to be a nephew
of Count Voa Berastorff, former Ger
man ambassador tor the United States.
The other, Edmund Seaeao, is said by
department of justice agent to have
been head of Germany's spy system in
Indictments ekarge them with using
fraudulent passports and violating the
president's proclsmation requiring ths
registration of alica enemy.
With the return of the indictments
by the federal grand jury late yesterday
it became known that Baron Muensch
has keen held in custody here at Fort
Wiufield Scott for ncsrly a year. Sea
cho was arrested in New York and is
held at Ellis Island.
The solving of a "highly eonfidea
tial" German code is said to have been
responsible for the downfall of Seacho
and Muensch. According to United
Etates department of justice agents,
Muensch was a prisoner in Russia. Sea
cho was sent from Stockholm to Russia
by way of the United States more than
a year ago to effect the escape of the
nobleman. They are known to have stop
ped in Peking, where their passports art
said to have been arranged by the Ger
man ambassador, Von Hintze.
Muensch traveled on a Swedish pass
port as Kurt Brenner. Seacho used his
own name aud a Danish passport. They
started for America. Suspicions of two
members of the crew of the vessel on
which they sailed led to a close investi
gation of their arrival here. Muensch,
or Brenner, was held. One of his 'high
ly confidential" documents is said to
have been found in the lining of his
overcoat. Seacho, on the voyage across
the Pacific, had affected affected not
to know "Brenaer." Ho go, as far as
New York before he was apprehended.
Another document was fomsd in his pos
session which gave the American opera
tive, the key to what is believed to be
a "super code" direct from Wilhelm
strasse. Plans and details of Chinese, Japa
nese and Russian fortifications and ar
mament are said to have been in thoir
Shower Given Two August
A parcel shower in honor of Misses
Emma and Tena Loe, prospective
brides of the month, was given them
by a number of their young lady
friend Bt the Borne of Mr. and Mrs.
O. A. Loe. in Evans Valley Monday
evening. The presents showered upon
them were many, and both beautiful
and useful. A fcountiful luncheon was
served. The distance to the Loe home
from town gave a number of young
men an opportunity to attend the func
tion who otherwise would not have fig
ured in the evening's program. Young
men on these occasions are not a neces
sary adjunct to the success of the fes
tivities, but at this affair the young
women had to get there and it was
eilher utilize the services of the boys
or walk and they did not want to
walk. Suffice to say that the evening
was a. most pleasant one and enjoyed
by all attending. Silvertou Appeal.
Chester M .Wilcox
Victim of Pneumonia
Word was reeeivol this morning of
the death at ("amp Fremont, Calif., of
Chester M. Wilcox from pneumonia yes
terday evening at 0 o'clock. His moth
er, Mrs. Maria Wil.ox had been notified
of his illness and arrived at his bed
side just six hours before1 his death.
' Mr. Wilcox has been anxious for
jthe past year to serve his country and
"' n""1 PP"'-"'"' K ""
vice in several departments but had
Ko ,.,,, yln.,v i
Jto be placed in rla s 1 in order that
! he might be call'. I in the draft this
i summer, ma can came ior enirai
ment on ugust B, when he was sent to
Camp Fremont, alif. He has been
poultryman for the Oregon Stat hos
pital for the jst two years or more
and wae universally liked by those
he met in a btisiiica and social way.
He is survived by his mother snd a
brother in Salem, A. D. Wilcox. As
B 'unerai arreng. mcnis save w-rn
announced, awaiting toe a"ivl or me
mother with the body.
! A 0 rvTlrlnrt fflrnirw Rntr
Leave For Camp Lewis
The A men who entrained for ''amp
i Lewi this sfternoon met st 10 o'clock
tires morning st ths court bouse snd
iwere given their fmsl instructions by
i Sheriff W. I. Xerdhsm and county
jeferk U. O. Uoyer and an address by
Rollis K. Page of the' legal advisory
, board. Include, in Mr. Buyer's talk
jwas aa admonition . to be especially
jkisd to inland Malkcy of Hilvcrtou
jss he had just taken a wife this morn
On the uggetiea of many of the
men, thers was no singing or speech
making at the d-it. They were es
corted to the de)' by the band and
were given time there to snaks their
final god byes. P'.rtler (iuthry Heath
was appointed )ea tr in charge to de
liver tse mew to Cavip Lewi., ssiisted
by i'jui lue, ritephes W. Msrsters,
Iii..l it. Miiikcv, Veater N. looses
and Archie K. Jsrsdtltsw- Aloys II.
May was appo.nte.l )earb-r for the six
Bea who were icjj ted from other ex
GIVING STATE AID 10
h Opposed To Slate Taking'
(large of (lilarea, Makes j
Two actions were takes bv the last '
legislature to appease those who are
strongly opposed to (riving state finan
cial aid to private mstitutioss raring
for children, sad particularly Catholic
institutiea. One resulted ia referring
to the voters a bill providing for the
estaDiisnment of a state home for de
fective, dependent and dclinuuent
children. The other resulted iu the
passage- of a resolution directing ths
hoard of control to appoint a coiuaiis-
sioa to make a study of all state and
private institutions of this nature and
report to the board aud the next legis
lature. This study has been Biade by Pr.
W. H. S.ingerland of the Kusself Swge
Foundation, who wss engaged, for the
purpose by the child welfare coruaitisioa
named by the board of control to carry
out It he purposes of the legislative j
Those who are opposed to state-aid
for private institutions will get small
comfort from Dr. Slingerlaad s report,
which has tveu practically completed
and soon. wiU be filed with the state
board of control. He opposes the bill
providing for a state home, saying it
would be unwise to establish a suite
institution intended to care for nil
three kiuds sf children, namely, de
linquent, defective and dependent.
Be approves of state aid to private
institutions, which ho points out are
doing a semi-public work. He visited
five latholtc institutions, 10 nou sec
tarian, and six public child caring in
stitutions, and he probably finds less
fault with the Catholic institutions than
any others. He says "I" that it is
cheaper for the state to contribute to
ward the maintenance of children in
private institutions than it is for the
state to entirely maintain them.
"The claim that state aided institu
tions are getting rich off the public
is ridiculous," he says.
He says the state school for boys
should have new cottages so they could
be segregated into groups; a new re
formatory should be established for
boys over 1 years old and for adult
first offenders; new buildings shonld
be provided at the state industrial
school for girls to give room for 60
more girls; three or four new cottages
should be built at the state institu
tion for feeble-minded to take care of
iOd more inmates, and a new school
building and a hospital building should
be built for that institution; a. new
cottage to cost about 10,000 should
be built at the state school for the
He recommends the employment of
parole officers at both the boys and
H says 1'ortland should build a new
institution to take the place of the
Fraier Detention Home, which is in
adequate for the needs of a city liks
1'ortland, and Multnomah county should
build a new juvenile court building.
The location of the industrial farm
for boys in Multnomah county is dis
approved. Public Library Asks
Donation Of Latest
Number of Magazines
Current numbers of the leading niBjr
aziues uru wauti d al the public libra
ry. Hcverul friends of the librury have
already promised to supply regulurly
th, linleH'n'leiit, the Hookiiian, Kydy's
Mirror nnd others. Hut other stttnilunl
ntagu.iiies are needed.
I Among those that would lie must ac
ceptable bio: Country Life in America,
indiistriiil iimgu.iiic!, North Aim ihhii Ue
view, Ongiiii Teachers' Monthly, Out
ing, Outlook, It- view of. Heviews, Hut
unlay Kvening I'ost, Harpers Weekly,
Mi-rilmers, eutury, Hi d ro, Purw t,
Woman's Home Compiinion and Woild's
The fttiiisrripr ma priees of magazines
are " V be materially raised and
the iibrury cannot give its patrons its
usual magazine privileges. It fin now
ever, prsetiee economy by waiting a few
days each month for tke above named
The library does not want irregular
contributions of magazines, what it
needs is fur some one who is taking s
certain magazine, to promise to give It
to the library a few days after it has
been received each month.
It is well knows that many families,
ccris!ly where there are but a few in
the family, read a new maguiiiii with
in a few days after it, receipt. Now
the library wants these niugsxines, but
it also wants to be assured that it will
rerene them regularly.
If there are those who feel Inter
est enough in the library to help, they
are asked te telephone the library, WW
'and mue the offer today and tomorrow,
It is os this date that periodiealt for
jth eoniilig year mint be ordered and
as a matter of economy, the library
j would iike to know just wim, its luna
j t ton will be the coming year.
300 Workers Quit In
St Helens Shipyards
8t. Helens, Or., Aug. 27.Thre
hundred shipbuilders st the Hammer
strain Hhiplieibling company's plant
here- walked out Xodsy when (lie com
pany refused to diseharge fVlix Bxnv
marstrom as foreman on bull So. A.
Hum ma rt rout is one of the four
brothers owning the plant.
The union mm demanded two weeks
ago that he be replaced by a nnioa
inss The reuiainiix 'Uto workmen n,ay
Four wooden government ships art
being built. This company already Hs
iattBket four government ships of the
Z'fl ton Hough type.
NEWS FROM THE BIG STORE
We have put on sale for Wednesday special choice,
en&roidered voiles at. the following extra special
prices, 18-inch, at, yard 39c
42-inch, at, yard ' .73c
Many Different Colors and designs to choose from
Broken and Odd Lots
We continue to sell broken and odd lots at radical
ALL MEN'S HATS GO AT THE MOST UNHEARD
OF PRICES. THIS SEASON'S LATEST SHAPES
New Fall Goods
Arriving almost daily in our Ready-to-WearDe
partment. New Suits, New
furs. You must see these new Creations to Appre
ciate Their Real Worth.
. New Tweed Coatings .
And velours. These
goods are very scarce
and hard to get. These
coatings are 56 inches
wide and special buys
at, per yard 5c
MERICA has several excellent war time sweet
half cup of syrup and about one-half cup of corn sugar.
One-fourth of a cup of sugar is equal to about one-half
cup of syrup or one-third cup of corn sugar. One table
spoon of sugar is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about
one . and one-half tablespoons of syrup and one and one
third tablespoons of corn sugar.
Sugar may be saved by the use of raisins, dates, figs,
dried pears and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals.
Fruit marmalades, butters and jellies should be used
to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and
not as accessories to it. Fruits, may be preserved without
sugar. It may be added when sugar is move plentiful.
Preserving demands this year a thin syrup instead of a
If sugar is used one-half of the amount may be replaced
by another sweetener.
Drying is a means of preserving (without sugar) ap
ples, cherries, strawberries and black caps.
When ready to use they may have added the needed
sugar in the form of a syrup. When sugar is more plentiful
fruit juices may be made into jellies or may be used as
fruit juices with or without Bugar, as bcvtr&gea, fruit
gelatins and frozen desserts.
Fresh fruits supply the place of sugar in the diet. They
should be used freely. Desm:rt3 where sugar is scarce
may be made of gelatins, junkets, custards, puddings and
mm wmtwvwimvmimimv m uir.sWarsw.wwaV wg"wrTityiiW'
As a matter of economy you
should consult the Journal's
Job Department before placing
your printing-we are satisfying
Salem's leading firms put us
on your calling list. Phone 81
Coats, New Waists, and f
New Unit?.' Hns
We are showing a new g
s.upment of lames silk
hose in all the most
watted shades at from
$125 to $2.00 Pair
eners thai will be used largely during the
shortage in the sugar supply.
They are maple sugar, syrups, honey and
molaasea and may be used in preparing des
serts and other ditihes requiring sweetening.
When a cup of syrup or honey is used
to replace a cup of sugar the liquid in the
recipes should be decreased one-fourth.
a cupful of sugar is equivalent
of a cud of honev. about one-