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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1919.
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By GEBTETJDE EOBISOlf
The Balem unit of Americaa War
Mothers will hold their regular meet
ing tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
in the Commercial club auditorium. All
" While They Last
members ore requested to 4e present.
Mrs. William Retzer has returned
from aa extended visit with relatives ;
in Fort Townsead. I
ale of Blouses
MUs Anna Mowlcn of Portoit, Mich-1
igao, ig a kouse guest of Mrs. Bay L.
Make them yourself
while your wife is away
When you want an easy breakfast, as well as a
mighty good one, make Aunt Jemima Pancakes.
No expert knowledge of cooking is needed
all the ingredients to make the best cakes you
ever tasted come already mixed in the flour.
Even sweet milk, in powdered form so that
you add nothing but water. In half a minute ycu
arc sitting down to a big stack of piping hot,
brown pancakes that sure do "hit the spot."
Get a package of Aunt Jemima Pancake
Flour from your grocer today.
"I'se in town, Honey V
CMnrtifet lilt. Awt Jmlui MIIU Oxnwil. Bl tawh. MlaMUt
15 j ALREADY
SAVE MAIL ORDER POSTAGE BUYING AT HOME
FOR A THOROUGH RUB-DOWN
AFTER A COOLING PLUNGE
Did you see our windowful of Fancy Towels? Big,
thirsty fellows, full, from edge to edge, with the
vivifying element that only awaits application. They
are pretty, too, and the only reason we bought so
many fancies is because they are really much better
values than we could get in plain whites. Colors are
1 pink, blue and yellow.
1 1891 Plm'n IV.,... fan., EY
18x35, Plain Weave, fancy stripe......50c
18x36, Fancy Brocaded 60c
18x38, Brocaded, rood value 65c
t 21x37, Pretty Brocades 95c
22x12, Fancy Striped, extra good 75c
21x10, Brocaded, very good $1.00
In Jotntt or mus
cle, giy a brisk
JOUR CHOICE OF ANY STRAW
HAT IN. OUR ENTIRE LINE
We are determined that all Straw Hats must go this
season regardless of their value. Sailors and Soft
I Straws of all kinds and shapes, some of thtm priced
i ud to $125. none reserved. All sizes. 6 .1-4 nn tn 7 .9
Y:ur choice at $1.00 f
l.irge lot good sailors, each 50c I
1 ALL rAnAMAi-HALF PRICE
Many Candidates Mentioned t
To Succeed Baom As Trexy'
fan Francisco, July Wi. Inte rest in
tho Pacific, count league pennant race
ii loKfi today and attention la now
being centered on the presidency race,
following the resignation of Allan T.
Among the rsiulidntcs mentioned are
Harry Williams, Lo Angeles sport
writer; Rd R. Hughes, Rnn Francisco
sport writer; William 11. McCarthy.
San Francisco clibmnn; Judge Thomaa
P. (Ira)iam, San Francisco jurist; Chas.
Uoescnian, president of the Sacramen
to Club and Frank. Woodward, diree
tor of tho Oakland club.
TAN. RED OB FREcklXS
SKIN IS EASIXT SHED
To free your summer roiled shin nf
its inuddinea freckles, blotches or tan,
tho host thing to do is to frca yoar.iclf
of the skin itself, lliis is asily ac
complished by the iim of .w-.linary met
coined wax, whi'li of course run lie
hail at anv drug store. Vre at miit a
you use eoltl ercam, w. -.ting it nf in
the iimriwng. Imnieiriitely the offend
ing surface skin begins tt, csnic of. in
fine powder like particle, tiradua.ly j
the entire outer sarf (-kin 'a absorbed
without the least harm er incinvtn
ience. The second 'a r of s'.tn now in I
ev dence presents a spot'.eM liitenml
ai d spark bug beauty ,bta. liable in nc
ether wae hie ounce of nun.-oliit I
wax usually is suffiei "it to complete
ly renovate 4 bad . ipb-xion. "
FOLK 18 CUTTINQ HAT
Pulla, Or., July 14. Polk tooi.tr 's
big hcut harvest is on in lull ll;.t in
praetieally every mcliiu this week. A
tlio (grain ripened rapidlv during the
warm weather of the ptat few weeks
the harvest is a few days earlier than
had been contemplated by the big wheat
growers. The crop this rear will be
i"ne of the largest ever harrested in
I'ulk county as several hum. ml more
acres were plowed and sown to her.t
!u,t fa'l on account of the hih price
iaurcJ t'ae farmers by the (toxeruu.ent.
Threshing will begin at an cirty date.
The threshermpB are experien. mg a lit
le difficulty in ohlaiaing he!p but e
Hct to ha"P their full cres by the
time the s-'awia opens. Waes iie at
tra.-l i e ibis year aid a number of
Jerks in the Mercantile establishment
ntend ti h ml thir va.uli-;
in the harvest fields.
At a social meeting of the W. C. T.
r. in Portland Wcdnesdur, Mrs. Ada j
Jolly gave a talk on the W. C. T. U. j
jubilee drive." ISbe referred to the era- j
sailers who initiated the work in 187o !
and to Frances Willard who devoted
her life to the work at her owa expense
The fruition of this long effort is reach
ed today in national prohibition.
The effort is to win l,0t0,000 mem
bers and to raise $1 each for the dif
ferent departments of work. A large
fund is set aside for the working wo
men of whom there are 14,000.000 in
our country. Work for tho foreign wo
men and their children, instructing
them how to care for their little ones
and also the moral education of all
The youths, boys and girls, is also a de
partment for which the fund will care.
Keailipiarterg are to be established in
Washington D. C.
late arrivals in Salem are Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Steelhaminer, brother and
sister-in-law of Oscar Steelhaminer, sec-1
retary of the Business Men s league. 1
They will make their permanent resi
dence here, Mr. Wteelhanimer having
accepted an important position with
tho Valley JItrtor company.
Reverend J. H. Buck, who has fceen
enjoying a vacation at Frinco Rupert,
B. C, returned to fcnlem today and
will resume his pastoral duties at Bt.
Mrs. Oeorge, K. Terwilliger, who has
been 5n California for the past sovernl
weeks taking- a post graduate course
in embalming, has returned home. Yes-,
trday she went to Portland to meet
her son, Orley Leffingwell who, with
several othor Salem boys, stopped over
for a few hours on their way to Camp
U'wis. He has just returned from eigh
teen months service in the A. . F.
having left with Company M, and, with
the othera in the party, is awaiting his
discharge at Camp Lewis.
Mrs. Rubert Kji.kin and Mrs. S. K.
Pnrvdue were iPortlnnd visitors yester
The Misses Ksther and Margaret Hal
rorsen of Eugene were Sulciu visitors
yesterday as the guest of friends.
Professor Florian Von Karhen left
today for itrin through 1 hi I las, Mc-
Minnville, Sheridan and Amity, in the
interest of Willamette university.
(Capital Journal Special Service)
Cloverdale, July 25. Walter Blaco
hn his new bungalow nearly complet
ed. The loganberry season is half gone
and yet the fruit is abundant on the
Vines and pickers are busy from day
light till dark.
Olin lladley, ho hat been doing re
construction work- in France, arrived
in New York July 3 and ia expected
nome any day now.
The new Friends minister has rent
ed 1-evi Flif let s residence and expects
to move his family in the last of this
Ivan Hadley and his cousin from Ta
eoma accompanied by Oscar Fliflet,
'pent last Tuesday at Silver Creek
F. A. Wood and sons bonxht fine
new binder last week but Monday the
team ran away with it, smashing it up
O. W. Farrig and wife motored to
Belknap Hprings last Wednesday to
spend a few weeks
t. A. Wood and family weie ia Ba
lem last Saturday.
Mrs. M. Fliflet ' father and her
three sisters from Wisconsin arrived
hero today to make her a visit.
Cools the stomach, washes out the
bowels, drives out impurities, helpt the
liver1 it's Ilollister's Boeky Mountain
Tea. Take it ones week during hot
weather and see how happy and eon-1
tantfA v.. it 'II Ha 'I - T.l. A- T.l.l-.. 1
D. J. Fry
LARUE BEATS BAKRY
100 Wonderfully Attractive
Models in Silk Waists
INvo fortunate purchases of sample lines of choice crepe de chine and georgette
waists, to which has been added a number of much higher priced waists from
our own stock, make possible an offering at this time that will make it well
worth while to supply your needs for ome time to come.
All Wanted Shades. All Sizes. AH Perfect Garments
High necked, low necked, round neck- The colors are Flesh, Maize, Rose,
ed, collared models and some with Grey, Blue, Orchid, Sand, Navy, also
no collars; some slip-ons. White, Coral, Green and Liberty Red
? An Unusual Assortment
An early selection is advisable,
for these are Wonder Wasts at
Silver produeers of the west are P'O"
testing against negotiations the treas- i
ury department is reported to be con
sidering for disposal of 100,000,000
ounces of silver te England for coin
age purpose at il an ounce.
ta nut off to-day's duty WttQ to
morrow. If your stomach la
tho Hair aid to digestion comfort
today A pleasant relief from
tho discomfort of acid-dyspepsia.
MADE BY SCOTT & BOWNt
MAKERS OF SCOTT'S EMULSION
DAVIDSON'S IDEAL BREAD
White Whole Wheat Raisin
DELICIOUS and APPETIZING
And Be Convinced
On Sale by
The Peoples Cash Store -
178-186 North Commercial St.
You See What You Buy Before Payin? Buying At Home
Oukland, t'al., July 24. (United:
Press.) Tho fat lj-.rue Jim Hurry no
here Inst nipht ws awarded to Larue.;
The bout was generally ronecikd to be'
a citrus. Jimmy luffy took the dcris-j
ion from Jimmy Marshall in the semi
One dollar a box is the average) price
being received by Axhland peach growl
ers lor me earn- varieties.
WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER WE WILL GIVE A QUART
JAR OF V0GANS MARSHMALL0W WHIP FREE!
Watermelons on Ice, per pound, lc
Best of Corn Flakes
Sauer kraut, 2 large cans 25c
Marshmallow Whip, pint jars....30c
4 Rolls toilet paper for 30c
Rolled Oats, per box ....30c
Royal Club Asparagus, can 40c
Mt Hood Bleaching soap, 4 bars2c
Pearl Barley, per pkg. 15c
Mt. Hood Pummice soap, 3 bars 25c
Mt Hood Tar Soap, 3 bars .23c
Rex Amonia, bottle 10c
Council Vienna Style Sausage,-
can - - He
Council Hamburger Steak, can 14c
English Walnuts, lb - 43c
Council Corned Beef Hash 14c
Comb Honey 30c
Picnic Tlates 23 to the package,
per package 10c
White Crepe Napkins 40 to the
package, per package 10c
Red and Green Peppers, per
bottle - 15c
Lee and Perrins Worcestershire
sauce, per bottle 32c
Rolled Oats, Premium, pkg 33c
Folgers Golden Gate Coffee
2 1-2 lb. can $1.33
Marshmallow Whip, qt. jars 50c
Mason quart jars, per doz 98c
Graham Flour, 10 lb. sack 60c
THE QUALITY STORE
383 Court St.