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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY. JULY 7. 1919.
A Free Book
About Preserving Every
Housewife Should Have
WILLftRD mil! CF
EGOTISM IN FIGHT
Can be Sore of
Success by Fol
lowing its Suggestions
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of your preserving difficulties have come
from using sugar atone. -
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(Red Label) and sugar and you can
be sure of your results.
You can always count on good, clear
jams and jellies with this recipe and you
can be sure that they will not grow tough
or "candied" in the glass.
This fine, clear Karo Syrup has a natural
affinity for the fruit juices. It blends the
sugar with the fruit and brings out the
full "fruity" flavor.
For Cooking, Baking and Candy Making
Karo (Red Label) is used in millions of
homes. In all cooking -and baking recipes
use Karo instead of sugar. It is sweet, of
delicate flavor, and brings out the natural
flavor of the food.
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BigKansaa "Cocky" States
By H. 0. Hamilton
(United Press ttaff eorreapoadent)
New York. July T. The popular in-
dior sport, following the ascension of
Jack Dempsey to the throne of worlds
heavyweight ehampiou, u paasing out
sympathy to Jeu Willard because the
tng Kanaaa was fiot ia condition.
Nothing could be further overdrawn.
Willard was in as good condition as at
any time ia hia life. He was a victim
or Sil egotism, which exposed him to
the raid fire ox greater punching than
he aver before had faced. He treated
Dempsey in the first round as though
he expected hi challenger to fee awed
by the presence of a champion.
To y that Willard was not in con
dition would be to ignore the fact that
he was knocked down six tiiues in the
first round by blows, any one of which
would hare stopped an ordinary man.
He was able to walk to his corner if
ter each round and from the ring after
Willard not "Yellow"
Willard hai been greatly criticized
for his failure to come to scratch in
the fourth round. He has been called
yellow, but he wasn't. Willard, not be
ing a fighter, could not uudcrslaud
why he should be expected to take any
more punches. He had been beaten suf
ficiently to make him realize that he
could not retain the championship. His
face was smashed. His write was in the
arena. Friends were there. He wanted
to save them further aigonv.
Willard a action, however, it may be
"aid, was a good thing for boxing. Too
many eoemics of the giuno eagerly
watch for bloody encounters to hold up
before the public as reasons for calling
a halt to pugilism.
Dempsey 's next 4out probably will
be with Willie Met-han, who holds a
four round decision over him and then
there probably will be a great chain
nionshiip affair between Joe Heckett,the
Britisher, and the new champion, it'or
few persons doubt that Beckett will
defeat George Cnrpanticr 'for the Eu
In the meantime he will have a round
of circuiting or theatrical woik.
(Continued from page one)
$1060 one wuy from New York to Liver
pool. "Income from this aloiu) would vir
tually cover operating expenses once a
line wus established.
"Personally, I expect the first fleet
of passenger-liners to be seaplanes
rather than dirigibles. Owing to the
great cost of constructing dirigibles, I
doubt whether capitalists, ut firat, will
want to risk such lare sums in initial
outlay when they cnu draw 11.0 profits
from airplanes, carrying 5 to 30 per
sona and costing comparatively little to
build and less to operate.
"The air palace will como lutor."
' Coffin plotted the probable routes of
the first transcontinental air lanes.
ASK FOR and GET
For Infant nd Invalids
Avoid ln- ttfffin i,d Substitutes
Three from cast to west one across the
north, a second half way down and a
third from Florida or Georgia to south
ern California, lurgcly following rail
Speed to Bay Money.
Of five north to south he drew one
straight down the Pacific con..t, through
Scuttle, Portland, Bau Fruneiwo and
Another traced tho course of tho Mis
sissippi. A third connected Cleveland,
Buffalo and Wellington, D. C. Tho
fourth skirted the Atlantic coast and
a possible fifth supplied the Mihsiiisippi
valley along the bnse of the Rocklt s.
"One of the most important services
they will perform will bo transporting
money," he added. "How, several
fayg interest must accumulate, before a
cheek deposited in New Yoik enn be
cleared in Kansas City. On large sums
the interest lost in this interval is as
tonishing. "Bankers tel me an air express from
New York to Kansas City, through Buf
falo, Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago
would pay for itself just is money saved
"In the ciHie of trans Atlai.tie traf
fic, the interest margin would bs cut be
tween 500 and 700 ncr cent. This would
go a long way toward defraying eost of
maintenance, but, of course, the trans
Atlantic operating expenses ai3 propor
tionately much heavier."
LEADING STORES '
(Continued from page one)
will have offerings Saturday and there
nil 'be others added from day to day:
Tho Price Shoo Co.
People's Cash Store
Barnes Cash Store
J. C. Penney Co.
P. W. Woolworth Co.
U. O. Shipley Co.
Rav L. Parmer Hardware Co,
tfafem Hardware Co.
Portland Cloak k Suit Co.
W. W. Mooro
!alc & Company
Rusiek & Son
Scotch Woolen Mills Store
Roittein & Greenlianm
' Hartman Bros.
Wm. .Neimeyer, drugs
Roth Grocery Co.
The Wiley B. Allen Co.
Meehan Is Willing
San Francisco, July 7. Willie Mee-
han is ready to' meet Champion Jack
Dempsey any old place 111 any length
bout tho local heavyweight stated to
day, following announcement that
Dempsey has been offered .'10,000 to
meet Median at Atlantic. City. Median
claims a four round decision over
Dempsey, who, he deolai es is champion
only because Jack Kearns picked him
up and nursed him along
HOW THEY SERVE
Roast lamb has alwavs called for
mint sauce. That meant buying fresh
mint and making a sauce. And often
it was rorgottcn.
A culinary expert savs that the
modern wav is to use Mint Jiffy-Jell
The Jiffy-jell comes in powder Iforin
and is green. A sealed vinl in the pack
age contains the mint flavor on ex
tract from fresh mint loaves.
Add bailing water to tho Jiffy-Jell.
Then add the mint flavor from the
vinl. Let the jell cool in a single mold,
or in individual molds. The result is a
green jell rich in fresh mine flavor, to
serve with roat lamb or cold meats.
Mint Jiffy-Jell can be kept on hand
And a package makes a pint of mint
jell at a cost of 1 2 Mi cents. It is said
thnt housewives who once try it will
abandon old stylo mint sauce.
Vacation time .... is comfort time jf
To be comfortable you should plan on having a Blue Serge in your wardrobe
for this summer's outing, whether at the beach or some other resort, or in
the mountains. -HtrT? Ti i
To give a change that you will ap
preciate, we have for your selection
WHITE DUCK TROUSERS.
They make a neat and dressy ap
pearance at evening gatherings on
cool shady lawns and dances.
For comfort and coolness you
should not pass this opportunity by.
Priced at $20 to $40. .
Palm Beach Suits are just the kind
that you will need for . wear while
strolling around. To be sociable you
should be both cool inside and out, to
feel this way Bishop's will do the
They're too moderately priced to
miss this feeling of "coolness."
Priced at $15 to $20.
Every Family in Marion and Polk Counties a Patron.
Salem WOOlSSl Mills Store
M.ttttft1ttttt - . . . . . . . . .
(Continued from pae one)
cd, for in their view it would not be
It is not expected here that extra
dition will be granted, as Dutch treat
ies and the Dutch law forbid such c
tionand the government has stated
frequently that at will act according
to law and treaty. ;
treaty for war, it will prevent disarma
ment"; it conflicts with President Wil
son's denunciation of "epeeinl alliunces
within the league"; it will lead to oth
er special alliances by other nations.
"Tho real explanation of this treaty
is that Clenicnceau demanded the alli
ance for his support of the league, and
we traded with him," Borah said.
WORKERS AT TACOMA
(Continued from page one)
Seliig ftehulberg of the league, riports
painters, cuoiu tailors and glass work
ersnre out on the five dny strige. Orig
inally, it was expected 11 unions would
walk out here in the protest.
Thousands are out in Chicago and
more are joining them hourly, the lea
gue rejHirts. Mrs. Thomas Mooney is
holding a number of nioeiiiigs which
are bringing out still more men to the
strikers' rank, it is stated, Peoria,
Butte and Tacoma workers are staging
effective demonstrations, according to
JUDGE GRANTS DIVORCES
(Capital Journal Hpecial Sen 'cc.)
Dallas, Or., July 7. Circu.t Jidge
Hurry H. Belt in holding a short session
of circuit court in Dallas this week
granted divorces to the following par
ties: t'levia F. Shepherd from Calvin
Shepherd; Adda C. Coon from Juines E.
Coon on the grounds of deserlii.n; Em.
ily Kenncy from Henry Keuney for de
sertion. Mn. Shepherd was given back
her maiden name of Clevia Pui'arth.
DUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
BACK raOM FRANCE
Sergeant Benjamin T. Pettinger ar
rived at his home in this city Satur
day evening after being mustered out
at Cnuip Lewis and visiting in Wash
ington a Ifew days. Serkt. 1'et linger
was with the 318th engineers and saw
considerable action, being on to fronts
and in the army of occupation. Hen
y the American officers are consid
ered iu about the same class as tl
(lermnn officers, that the French, offi
cers are the best liked, but personally
ho didn't caro for the French. He, like
the rest, Is very much pleased at be
ing out of it uttd savs there will b no
mure foreign shores for him. Ho
brought homo several souvenirs and is
anxious to get back to work. Woud
MEN, BUY SUITS NOW!
Don't: Put It Off'
The manufacturers have notified us that we can expect a raise in prices in the
rery near future. t
If you are in need of a suit BUY NOW 1 1 The prices are going up instead
of down. $100 is the price predicted for READY MADE Suits this fall. Get one
tailored to your measure before the advance. WE CAN FIT YOU
Scotch Woolen Mills Store
426 State Street
WATCH FOR OUR BARGAIN DAY AD.
Formal Demand Pending
London, July 7. Andrew Bonar
Low, spokesman for the government,
announced in tne house or commons to
'day that no formal representations had
yet been made to Holland with regard
to extradition of the former kaiser. He
j added, however, that steps were being
) taken in that direction.
WILSON TO DELIVER
(Continued from pago one)
should not be eliminated, lie said, as
that wonld leave the covenant lii'-less.
! Senator Borsh called the prnposod do
ifcnae treaty with France the "prema
tur ohituarv of tho league."
The French treaty, Borah Mid, is a
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This is our second Department Bargain Week as we promised. Watch
for our ad every week for it will save you money.
BIG REDUCTIONS IN SUMMER FOOTWEAR
$7.50 Dress Shoes at.' $3.49 $2.75 Mule Skin Shoes $2.10
$7.50 Army Lace Shoes at $5.49 $;).8o Elk Skin Shoes $2.98
We have just received the last shipment of Tennis Shoes for quick sali before
Men's all sizes, white or black 74c Boys' all sizes 62c
$8 and $9.50 fancy dress shoes, top all kid, also cloth $1.98
Canvas Shoe3, Oxfords and Pumps $1.98
Tenni.3 Shoes, White or Black 7JC
S&ndals from - - 60c up