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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL. SALEM, OREGON. TUESDAY. AUGUST 5. 1919,
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By GEETEtTDB ROBISOK
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TnrENTa of the Orego Agrkul
j rural eoUejte will' b iatriju4 ia
jMrainv that the following wo
awi he been appoi"' s inainse-
Special recipes are not necessary for
using Mazola. Use any of your own
with less Mazola.
It is equal to butter, better and mere wholesome
than margarines or compounds and you use
to i less Mazola for shortening, as in pie crusts,
biscuits, etc, '
Use Mazola over and over again it carries no
flavors or odors. Its economy is remarkable.
h ;i'4.iLii 6Spago
tejS&Sl CORN PRODUCTS
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Yvrite today for it
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SAVE MAIL ORDER POSTAGE BUYING AT IIOftK
:! You See What You Buy Before Paying Buying At Home
i Mm v
When In need of a purga
tive, do not resort to vio
lent cathartics, but take tha
gentle,' natural laxative
LmM SJ. ml knr Mxtirlx hi tlx WwM
lMmrrkini 1. Ink, 10... SS.
If You Take Cut One Plunge j
ft m;i be vorlh the Price of Any One of These Suits
A FAT MAN CANT SINK-HERE ARE SIZES
TO ACCOMMODATE ALL
Ertraordinary qualities in Wool Worsted, Jersey
Knit, Bathing Suits, for men, in solid and combina
tion colors of black, purple, red, blues and greens,
sizes IIS to 52 : $3.23 to $1.23
Milted (Vttiw mil Wm in ka
il Hi qimlilirD, fiJ romliilitiim
of e'or xlf -p ;W tn 4'
.. 12.00, 2.4fl, IZ.U, $3.00
Lntp AwiMlment of Men Cot
tun lintliiu Suiti. ,.50e to $1.M
Hoys' lialliirg NuiU t
.7. to $1.15
WOMEN'S BATHING SUITS
Sizes :!8 to Id, Short Skirt, V Neck, Sleeveless. Extra
gocxi. Wool Jersey Bathing Sutis the kind that
would cost double our price on the markets today
in black, purple, green, blue and cardinal, trimmed
with white, yellow, orange, green and maroon, at
from.. , . f.U3 to $6.13
('hi!lr'', ril H!!iitt2
Hint at 3Co to tl S3
Halhi g Fh'M ss Uw hii'H
top ,.23 U4 io
K.il.!..-r n,l KuhboiIicJ lies,!
f of many lyli
.'. . . lie, 8.' ftod 60c
RutilMril 8nit 25e
(Capitol Journal Spei-lal 9prvlf.)
riovr.lalp, Or., Au. O.Vlcloi Fli-
flut, who haa boon ovoiwaj lor some
imp, wa lait heard of in uw oik
anil la ripprtcd home loon tow.
Jlr. ami Mra. (rant Farria, irrontlv
of Virginia, aw visiting witU Ins pf-
nta, Mr. and Mr 0. W. lum lirant
a well known hrre and a hot of ftipnda
wiIcom him home, while Mis. Fania i
an esstern girl and ia making hvr first
viit to Oroifoii.
Mra. W. J. lladh-y'a lio.oc w.n the
aremi uf a moat pleamnt tunc Frtijtj
evening fti a hoot of fiit'nna jnth-
rod thore to celebrate Ixan'f 22nd
hirthdiiv Mid welcome Olin home imm
Mn. W. J. lludlcy'a brother, Caarlea
1'irliett, anent the weekend wit her.
f. A. Wotid a:id sum have rommi need
threyhinc thia week, thii being the first
maehine in tliia vuioity.
Mim Mury Wiper and Mr. lo!l m
Turner wero uiarriej HiitmJ.ij. .
1.. K. Ilennia ImlMom a ,iuo dry
er tot Hermna Fiicr.
An industry of mueh lmoiliii will
tnrt at one in our city. A eiert
en'iuery msn, Mr. t!rYi, of (f((:dan.
ha aeeured the site uf the, teuiiiirht
and Vater plant lrd will inrweiliately
tM'ijjn fanning fruit and egetabie
tleorgp W, Kjdey, well Vr,ow-n t; (Stir
piMtpte, will prolmbry hnve eliarce ol the.
plant. It xw evierte1 to w a;- tlie
tatt about !I0 woem'U and girl i.t
wag of !'. day. l:u payroll,
wines in only a irtrtef,"Vnt help- 6. lot
in it mtill ton aud will : ti - ually
inrrrnte. A p.'tian. rit tnni'et f.)t al'
nmll fmiH und yeijetablea i a."tired.
nt a cod price. Other Industries will;
liiil.-w in due tim and Jeilersoa will j
row into her ow n. The city r em . il ia
to be eonj-ratutatrj on the enterprise!
it hocd ii aeriiriiig thia miieh n-eoe
indi'try. Mr. firnyea will tive today
jto nettle all preliminaries. He ii w.
I Don't let ronr fhildren fuffer. If
Ithpy are fn-tful, peeih, funy r ems,
give tim H.dlisicf'a HiH-ky Uuntaia
Tea hitnnle but a tic latatit. for
fhddrrn. 3il. J. IV v.
trt in various- eoui se for ti eumiui'
sr. Mim Lila O .Neall haa f p
Mirtod assistant processor of hooso-
Wwlt arts in the aehovl of home eaoaom-
teaa. His Louisa txhneuWr will retora
t flu department alter a yeans leave
4aaenee. Urn Lola May, a 191$ holl
ar araduate of the e' llee, haa been, ay
(MSjXaxt instructor. Xho Uff will )D
cluaa nine BienilieTS.'
Sissa 6arah Ix'wis will return to the
esartment of houshold Mieaee after
a two years leave vf bseaeaat Culum
Biat eaiTeraity. IShe will be head of the
.ItTartment, tSe staff, of whieh wiU
tndude nine, members. Miss Bertha
DavU, who has been on leave of ab-
aenee at Columbia university, will re
turn aa professor if home eeoaoiiues
education. Miss ' 'to 1'crn Feilke, a !
1910 graduate, is . seeretary of the
sehool of homo economies. .
,Miiia Kthel Taylor of 'tha Wentern
reserve aeadeuiy ia' Ohio, a graduate
of tho University .if Miehigan, and K.
K. Williams, teuehev of Kpunish in a
Detroit high sehool, have been appoint
ed as instructors in. the department of
it - rt . ti T Til l
jnrs. MetTe xi. .Hirm-ii wui jeavj
for an outing at Bayoeeau tomorrow.
While there she wul bo a guest at the
home of her nephew, 'Judge Harry II.
Belt of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Livelier are en
joying a ahort aojofrn at Uearhart
After two years in the service, part
of which time wti ient in France,
Lieutenant Lamur Tnot.e, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter L. Tooie has arrived
(Portland, ,At preaut Lieutenant
Tooao ia visiting with hi mother at
the Multnpnmh noM. Later h will be
gin his tour Of the state, delivering
loetures for the benefit of the womans
building at iKiigene, Having made a
Iiscirtl study of the peace conference,
he will concern hi"i self mostly with
that topic, and Will also give a return
ed soldier's opinion of the present eco
nomic conditions. , "
Mrs. Bobert I'i;lus is in PortJnuJ
as the giw'st of U: find Mrs. (jlarencc
Hartley. Mie pluli.'t.o be gone severij
' r ; .
Mr; and Mis.' H. . IT. Vaudcvort pud
daughter Jennelle,' neeo-mpanied t)y
Misa 'Florence Yo,i iiji, are leaving to
day for a three weeks vacation at 'e
The convention of women's clubs hus
closed in Ht. Louis, and the Oregon
delegate, Mrs, Willnniettti. MclJlroy,
hs returned I V home in 1'ortland
with a most fnvornble ' report, of the
entire prdcecdlillM. Oregon" was one of
the forty" "five" fties to send delegate
representing more than fifty thousand
business and professional women. In
xpeaking of the. convention Mrs. lie
Klroy said: ...
"An all embrae'iig, antion wide or
ganization of wrtmea was fully Inuneh
eil, and very definite plans were laid
for backing up tho work of the clubs
that have been anil are being organis
ed in every stnte, and for making each
one of these clubs effective in a bijr
way. All of tliee clubs .will be urged
to join the federation .so as to -make
the federation nsir renehing and ef
fective as iosib'l,y
' ' This orxuiii2at.cn movement has
reesived such an impetus that it can
not fuil. It is felt by every one of the
two hundred odil d'j,e ates at St. Lonis
that tho convention there was milo
stoas in the progress of the woman
mevement in this country; for the
great object of the federation is to en
large the opportunitiew for women by
assembling and distributing aeeurate
infornutis.') rcgatlitijf the- poambili
ties in any li no of imsineao or any pro
fession in any given locality, and to
aid asd encourni women and give
tkeas the eonfidcnie ta step ont and
grasp the opportunities open to them."
K party, included in which are Miss
ITalaa Hose, Mix Grace Humphrey,
Mis Kathrine Hlade, Misa Belea Lov
ell sad Miss Uililred Mill are spending
Skould Read Mrs. Monyhan's
Letter Published by
Vegetable Com pound helped me so much
Curing- ins time i
to tlia cum in g of my
little one that I am
reeommendina it to
Tiyi I mother. Befor
W1iTVk I' fcJii'it,tomeda-sj
r XJlJii I nuflered with riruw
raHTTK so badly uiat
I thought 1 ennui
nrt live, bot after
taking three bottlew
of Lv.iiaE. Pink
ham's V ere table
t ornDoundl was en-
tirviy relieved of
neuralgia, I bad
I- il W ui i' (rained la strenjrta
If ' li M i r " I ' D,e to po
I 1 11 U aretmd nd do all
my hooscwork. My bahy when se-en
month old weirhed'19 p3Ursds and I feci
bvttrr than I have for a long tima. I
never had any no'icin do ma so
mneh jroci." ilrs. l'EAJU SJONMIAN,
health o'iirfng maternity h
mist imtxirtant f ' r to both mcthr
en I ch lil, and many k-tlff have bon
reire.4 tha Ly-':;J II riikham
Mciflcina Co., lvnn, A!,, til.:n of
hea'threswitiirntt! i trrlrs? period
the nse ef I.vcii il 1 'i.ba' r-;-.-t.ble
i - -t
rf 2 w 4si I
NEW FALL APPAREL
For Women, Misses and Children
Every day brings new garments and accessories from the market centers of
the country to the various departments in this store devoted to the outfitting
of women, misses and children who desire to have quality garments as well as
to practice real true economy. ,
. The Latest Arrivals are
NEW COATS' AND COATEES
which are attracting a much deserved attention. A wealth of styles and values
' . worthy of commanding your immediate interest
in styles so varied that each personal individuality will find a suitable and at
tractive model and at a price much less than one would expect to pay for these
NEW SUITS , ''
The line comprises styles cleverly designed in a wide selection. The prices are
reasonable and the quality is high. . New models are arriving frequently.' "
of wonderful variations of style features, made of Georgette Crepe and Crepe
de Chine. The newer shades are French Blue, Sunset, Fekin Blue, Jade,
Taupe, Sammy, Liberty Red, Orchid; also White, Flesh, Navy and Black. All
priced reasonably ,'
A GOOD ASSORTMENT NOW. MORE ARRIVING BY EACH EXPRESS.
Where Shopping Is a Pleasure
a delightful two wctks-outing at Agnte
Mr. and Mrs. ,E. Kckerlin, their
daughter and sen-in-lawi Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Nadon, and Hugene Eckerlin mo
tored to Portland early in the week
' ev ssesbi u as
for a. brief visit. While there tliey
were gtieits ot the T. K. Campbell
home in lrvington. Mr. Campbell is a
former JSulemile, hiivlng been eoncect
ed for a number of rears with the pub
lic service commission.
Mi Florence ' Ynnnff and Miss
Frances Hodgo relumed Saturday from
incnars arter spenaiug a mosr oeiigin
ful numth in the mountuins.
Tbe Famous Beautiflcr ;
Have you hried .it yet Thousands
everywhere, are using it. It is a wonder
ful tonie for the skin, defies hot sum
mer win, and eause,, wrinkles, tan,
frwklee, sallow skin, lihtckheads, sun
iiots. roughness, ruddiness to quickly
disappear. It brings roses to tic cheeks
and mokes anyone look 10 years young
er. Gives a youthful complexion and
" A akin yon tova to touch." A single
sppHeatiea prove it. Pee large an
nounement soon to appear in this pa
per. Ash your druggist about it.
Miss iBeryl Holt is entertaining
r guest, Mii's Lee a Bello McCndt
Constipation 'upsets the oittire sys
teni causing serious illnesses to tho
human family. Don't- worry--Holli!'-ter's
Rocky .Mountain Tea will drive
out constipation, rojiulote the bowels,
tone tho stomach, purify, cleanse.
Without fail give it a thoro trial. 3.V.
D. J. Fry. , .
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Duncan are at
Rockaway beach as tho guests of Mrs.
Duncan's 'brother, ' W. B Alderman.
They will remain nbout two weeks.
Mrs. J. K. lfeennn and daughter,
Miss Mary, ate in Portland for a visit
as the gu'estB of fronds and relatives.
Myles B. Young if Portland was the
week end guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. t. Young.
The change in school dislrici boui d
aries, by which Warrenton alif-orbed ail
property Tvithin its liulit, cut tile Hiim
uioiid iiLxsi'ssment V'" frofi if'17,C00 to
$L'O8,000. , - ' . '
For this Hot Weather and will be just as
good for later in the Fall with Spats.' So
' Why Not be Wise and
Beautiful Browns at - $6-23 UP to
E'egant Black Kids or Patent - ?P to $10.50
Cool and Comfortable White Kids, White Rcignskin or Canvas $1.95 to $11
Men's Oxfords Too
Brown Kids, Brown Calf, Black Kids, Black Calf, Wide or English Toes, Priced
$7.00 to $12.00
Have you Received Yoiir Free Fly Swatter Yet?
pp . Salem. Oregon.
At the Electric Sign "SHOES"