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Put Mazola to tills
Astcnislilng Test Yourself
Fry fish or eniens ia Kazola Strain tliea nse it in your recipe
for the most delicate cake.
Mazola carries do osiers or flavors from oae food to another.
This econcray feature of Mazola is remarkable.
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By GEETBUDE EOBISON
TjEItn.iTS ho prettiest affair of
Mr tb past weuk wan the piviuo nip
.per nd dance at the Country club
Pridajr niKht for which Mr. and Jin.
8"rit Hlado -weto host and hontc. Mr,
nd Mr Slado are llh oitrfmcly pop
ilr In the social circtu of the city
mnl tho giWHt lit for the dlihtful af
fair iwliulrd a number of .xulciu 't most
niMiiinnirt ocil mrnibcrs. Among
, hoo nrewnt were Mr. and Mrs, .Fred
erick 1). Thiflw-n, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
iVn Doreu, Mr. mid Mm. W. Melvin
fliinptnn, Mr. and Mm, John J. Rob
erts, Mr. ami .Mr. William Walton,
IMr. and ilrs. l)an J, Fry, Jr., Hr. and
Mr William Lytln, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam H. Hurijhardt, Mr. and Mrs. I.o
tfc'hmirtt and their homo guest, Miss
'irn Kllsworth of Olynipia; Mr. and
Mr. James Iiinn, Governor Bon W.
Olnott and his gneti, Mr. and Mrs.
iVicttor Hendrir.kson of lllooming I'rai
rie, Minnesota; Miss Aline' Thompson,
Miss lUwUe Downing, Miss Catherine
Clale, Miss Catherine Carson, Jim
'Yoitnjf, Harold Hayes, Carl Gabriel
on, Laments Hofer and John Carson.
Another important affair on, tho so
cial ealendnr of the past week was the
informal dinner iind dance given by
Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Van Doreu Thurs
day niKht, to which a eotorio of inti
mate friends were invited. The dinner
wss perfect in its handsome appoint
ment, and the puy dancing purty was a
Rem of its kind. Uuesta of Mr. nnd
sirs. Van IKiren were Mr. and Mrs.
Prit Slade, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Tliielsen, Ir. and Mrs. William I,ytlo,
Miss llazelle iDowning, Miss Aline
Thompson, Laurence llofcr aud Jim
Among the many prominent Baleu
ites who are .deserting tho city tempo
rarily, and spending the senson in trav
eling, are Mr. and Mrs. John J. Huh
erts and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Thiel
srn, who will leave tomorrow for
motor trip to tho Hound cities and Brit
Complimenting Howard Miller, who
wss spending a few duya visit in the
capital city, Mrs. Clifford Jtrown was
charming hostess at an informal din
ner fatiirday night. Covers were laid
for eight guests.
Honoring Mrs. Victor Ilendrickson,
who is a guest at the home of Govern
or Oleott, Mrs. William Lytic outer
tnincd with a jrottily appointed lunch
eon, followed iy a lino party at the
Covers wore laid lor ail guests at
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To The Tune of
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY STRAW
HAT IN OUR ENTIRE LINE -
We are determined that all Straw Hats must po this
season regardless of their value. Sailors and Soft
Straws of all kinds and shapes, some of them priced
up to p2o, none reserved. All sizes, C 3-4 up to 7 1-2.
Your choice at
Large lot good sailors, each
ALL PANAMAS HALF PRICE
th luncheon, who were joined later at
the theater by other guests.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kldridgo are
spending the season at theii summer
home at Goarhart.
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Chand
ler and Werner IHrown, have left to
spend the remainder of the summer at
Mr. Lee Gilbert and daughter Mil
dred are pendinir a two weeks viait at
Heuside. Hhe hns as her housecuest.
Mrs. Charles Gilbert of McMinuville.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Livcaley
and children have returned from an
extended motor trip to Vancouver, B.
v., ana the Hound cities.
The lure of the open roads and scen
ic resorts is as strong as ever. A party
composed of Mr. and Mrs. John Mo
Nary aud Dr. and Mrs. T. V. Smith left
Saturday for a motor trip to Crater
Mrs. A. 8. Ilcnnctt and Mrs. Chaun
cey Butte are spending the summer at
Seaside, having left for that resort
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Mrs. George Fearco and Mis Doro
thy I'earce left yesterday for an outinit
lit Klkton. They will lie joined hy Mrs.
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-i. .si. i napmau ana Mian CHIa Jap-
An interesting Sulem visitor la Miss
Bertha Jvckorlin of Oakland, Califor
nia, who is a euest at the K EekTfTIn
homo. Mis Kckerlin is well and fav
orivbly known here. Hor brother. Eu
gene Eckerlin, has reeontly returned
jroin eignteen months active cerric in
tho A. B. iF. and his return is partly
respnnwoie lor aiibs JSckcrlin a viait.
ohe plans to remain two weeks.
House guests of Mine l!a Spaulding
are Misa Mildred Moore kud her broth
er, Dr. August C. Moore, who are ea
route to itatcr Luke and eastern Ots-
I Miss KlUnhcth Ird left for Seaside
rMday where, with her mother, Mrs.
W. J'. Jord, eho will be the ueat of
Mrs. J, J. Murphy of 1'ortTand at the
Murphy summer home for about three
Mr. and Mrs. George Schaefer and
dnughter, Miss Louise, are hums from
a lengthy California visit.
I The nnmml community picnic of the
Mountain View district "will be held on
XnturiUy, July 2(1, at the J. B. Chart
man grove. An esecllent program will
4e arranged for tho occasion aud Dr.
Duback will give an address.
Of especial interest to Salem club
women will ) the lerture of Mrs.
Hubert C MeCreilie at chautanqua to
morrow morning. Mrs. MoCredie is one
"f tho ablest speakers on the entire
, Kllison White program and her me
i;i can ill afford to be mimed by
l women interested in economic and so
I Mr. and Mrs. David Wright and two
children went to I'ortland Saturday
and after being joined v Mrs. Wrights
mother, Mrw. Elaine liodcrich, and her
sister, Mrs. .lovre Hsycs, left for We
jnalchiv, Wah., where they will be
guests of her graedjiarent."
! With about 63 persons In attendance,
the nil-Hie. ef the Three Link tluh!
hi,h was held at the fair gronn.le
lsl win k was a nice. s in every sense
'of the word. Various f,irms of amuse
ment were enjoyed including out door
;erts and card playing, while virtmla
'n.nsie hcljed pas tlv pleanant eve
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Muiiy do! i shrill affairs are eing
i pluriri 4 fr Mrs. 4'. U liavis of Bishop
:' al frn:.a. ho is a guest of Mrs. Kov
iWiiebls. Mis. O. L. liwvia will be re
meui'ii re l as Miw Marv Jameson, for
merly city librarian here, and well
Vnimn in the eity. Kri.lay afternoon
Mrs. hhirM entertuimd informally in
hor honor, about tn gnest being pre
Instantly Removed by
Druggista refund the money if it
fails. Absolutely harmless. Try it to
day and you will be astonished. Sold at
toilet counters everywhere, including
the try and the. ferry drug store.
of many beautiful gift. About twenty
live guests were present.
The first meeting of the junior ehau
taiKjua waa held this morning, with an
attendance of fifty or more children.
The session was taken up mostly with
the election of officers, and the honors
were bestowed npon the following chil
dren, Ivan White, mayor; Robert uBisk-
up, assistaut mayor; Frank Schafer,
chief of police; Harriet Austin, assist
ant chief of police; Hobart' Wilson,
street commissioner; Donald Wilson
and Charle Kay Bishop, assistants:
Holes, Weller, Florence .Austin and
Florence Powers ctaee decorators.
Junior Chautauqua is undoubtedly
one of the most important feature of
the affair. It comprise two phase
the junior town aud the all important
pageant. Itqport of the progress of the
children' part in thi week's pregram
will tie read with inietist my all those
interested In children' affairs.
Wilson Ccmsaay, Eii Five
Packers, Sell Branch Plant
Chicago, July 21. (United Press.)
Sale of the: fiiih and vegetable canning
plants of the Wilson company, one of
the five big Chicairo packers, has been
made to a new $35,000,000 corporation
in New York, according to announce
ments nisdo today in a eirculur letter to
stockholders over the signature of Thos.
E. Wilsoir, president.
The purchasing eonipmiy, Austin,
Nichols : company, also made the an
nouncement in a letter to stuck holders.
It said a new company had been or
ganised to handle the new industry.
It was rumored here, nut con fn .nation
was not forthcoming, that the New
York rompeny will form a great system
of chain store to handle the fisii aud
vegetable canning business, as well as
other Wilson packing kouse products di
rect to the trade.
The trade was made on a rah basis,
the Wilson statement said.
JURY HAS DISAGREED
Oakland, Cal., July 19 With the
final ballot standing 10 to 2 for ae
qtuttal the jury in the case uf ( biff
of Police Henry NviUlerniaa charged
uh implication in gratt in this city
as discharged last sight. The jury
had deliberated for twenty five hours.
Trj Salem first In Baying
I Mis Hacl Prince wai gnet ef hon
or at a pretty ihower, iVidsy evening
Kiven ai the home of her Mtr, Mrs.
''I fion Kom on llsel avenue. M:si
I rmee. whew wedding will be a- Mc-it ts. . T I. IT
of the near future, .as the rer.p.cnt ' fOFgtl it tliy At 1101116
with ordinary tfT'
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For BraYcry During War
By Carl A. Kan dad
il'niled Prvss Staff Correspondent.)
Paris. (By Mail.) Has a city a per- ,
sour.Utyt Can a town bc'bravef The
Freseh goverament has answered there ;
questions ia the affirmative.
Prance has rewarded a number .of ,
to. as and eitiea for their braverv dur
ing the present and former wars. Paris, 1
itself ha recently hevu granted the ,
Croix de Guerre. Now the town ofi
Bitchc, out in Alsace-Lorraine, has
been addi-4 to the list of tie brave ;
by being cited for the Cross of the Le- j
gioa of Honor, the present reward be-
ing nude for the town 's service nearly :
fifty years ago before it was torn away ;
from France. " j
. The first recognition of the bravery
of cities was recorded iu 181) when. Na 1
polcon, during the hundred days-, issued
decree authorizing the cities of Chal- j
ons sur-Soane, Tournns, and St. Joan de-
I.osne to place the eagle of the Legion
of Honor on the coat-of arms of the
three coinmuiiitics for their brave con
duct duriuir the campaigns of 1814. j
I'ntil ltMvt no more cities were accord j
ed war honors. Then in Ihat year Roan- j
ne was decoruted. After lt70 the list
lii'came longer and included successively '
Chateau dun, lielfort, Knmbervillers, I
St. Queutin, Dijon, Paris, Bnzellies,
Lille, Valleneieiiiies, Landreche, St. Di
ier and Peroune. Ia' 1U16 tho historic
city of Verdun was added to tiie list ol
Lgeion of Honor recipients.
Bitchc, the latest recipient, has for
fifty years been under German domi
nation. The sacrifice and bravery of
the town iu the da rk diiys of the Prus
sian invasion of 1870 won the coveted
L W. W. EST FOREST FIRES
Rpoksta, Wcsh, Jjnly 19. Charges
that the I. W. W. Uleliberately started
most of the fires which (re now threat
ening the forests of the north West were
mnde hcretoday by a secret investiga
tor, close to the plans of the wobbiies.
The investigator' same cannot be dis
closed for obvious reasons.
The mysterious message "II let's
go," which police found in circulation
here several week ago, was Interpreted
today to mean that every I. W. W. in
America plans te go out on strike July
21, next Monday. Starting the fires, it
is charged, were part of a concerted
plan to cripple industry. The . strike
will be the next stroke.
Ferdinand F. Ze-llner, who played pi
ano accompaniments for Jenny Lind
on her tour of the United States 60
year ago, is dead at Santa Rosa, Cal.,
Supplies For Berry
WOMEN'S AND MISSES KHAKI OVER
ALLS. Good Quality 1.S3
WOMEN'S UNIONALLS ' ?
Full range of sizes, neatly made of good .
quality khaki cloth $2.98
WOMEN'S BUNGALOW APRONS
Made full size, good width, percale and
CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES
"Ages 4 to 14 years. Neatly made, short or
long sleeves 9Sc, $1.48, $1.98
MISSES SUMMER BLOUSES
White,' Pink and Blue. Ages 14, 16, IS 9gc
CHILDREN'S FAST BLACK HOSE
Sizes, 5 1-2 to 9 1-2. Reinforced heels, toes
and knees. This lot consists of several num
bers that we have discontinued. Extraor
dinary values, 35c, 3 for $1.00
WOMEN'S GEORGETTE WAISTS
Another sample line of Women's Georgette
Waists full range of colors and a good as
sortment of sizes $4.98
11 &. Slfipkjj Ok
A fire in the Bitter Boot forest near
Corvallis, Mont., threaten to do great
harm. It now covers 400 acres aud is
The gasoline launch Waldo, with nine
persons aboard, Is missing from Corpus
Christi, Texas, as the result of a heavy
gale which struck that city Sunday.
A plant which he calls arc. dec's is
attributed by William E. Lawixnc?, pro
fessor of botany at O. A. C, n beltig
responsible for the large stock losses iu
Lake and Klamath counties.
Five vessels landed at New York
Sunday with 16,000 troops from Francfc
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Do your Jams and
Jellies ever "Candy"?
Many women have been so discouraged by this trouble
that they have almost stopped putting up fruit.
Yet, there is an easy, simple way to avoid it. Use lt
Karo (Red Label) and xt sugar in your preserving syrup,
instead of sugar alone.
Karo is a fine, dear syrup, with a natural affinity for
the juices of the" fruit.
It blends the sugar with the fruit juice brings out all
the "fruity" flavor.
You, too, will obtain perfect results this summer if you
will use f Karo (Red Label) and sugar instead of all
ugar for preserving.
You will find your jelly clear and firm your preserves
rich with heavy syrup--your jams deliriously mellow and
"fruity". Not a sign of "candying".
For Cooking, Baking and Candy-Making Karo (Red
Label) is used in millions of homes. In all cooking and
baking reapes use Karo instead of sugar. It is sweet of
delicate flavor, and brings out the natural flavor of the food
jams yslties and
FREE A rtal cook book including recipes for
. l"e '""ft preserving everybody
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