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THE DAILY CAPITAL JQURNAL, SALEM, OREGON,
MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1919.
ITALIANS accustomed to the
4 best olive oil now prefer
Your grocer sells Mazola at about
half the cost of the best Olive Oil And
the most suspicious palate accepts Maz
ola as the very finest olive oil in dressings.
Prove this yourself. Follow your
usual recipe for French Dressing, Mayon
naise or Cooked Mayonnaise.
COM FIODICTS KFKBG CflifPJWT
P. O.Bu IZl Nmtt
Write ua today for
tla new Cora Pro
duct Cook Eook.
-$TH I Triton
f i m us
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The fovfoci oil for cooking
NEW YORKERS WALK
(Continued from page one)
Irike at :30 o'eloek thil afternoon.
It waa Mid that he will tnvostigato ev
ry ii Rip of the shutdown and triko.
The injunrtion, which failed to pre
sent the strike, in roturnnMe In court
tomorrow. Hiotherliond Icadcra on
whom It waa served statnl tbay will
te oa hand.
The interboro company announced it
would make no effort to move train.
lienerni Manager He.llcy uiil the tie
up waa complete.
Practically ever policeman in Xew
iYork was oa duty today in the down
town districts. The early morning
crowd waa good humored in apite of
the diaeomforU added by tho rain. The
polics had little to do other than keep 'operation. Tho damage: cannot be esti
.no eair.orqinary ira.no uniangicq. gt thu ,lmf) but j, () bg
8TXVEB FALLS CAMP DESTROYED u,'vy -
I The Silver Falls Timber company
Hilvnrt... Or Au.r 1 Vot fir. U aV ad " T Since
., ,. ,, ,, . . i the mill waa built and for several
cip no. on me m.vor ran. 'rni01lth, h,v, Uva operating with two
company properly " mi.ea cast or nere ,hifti Th(, ln win pro()ably rua only
dent roved most of the building! in th 0M shift now until the camp tan be re
camp and put mure than 200 men out of built
employment. The store buildings, board-1
inn house and aeveral homca were em.- If..,, ilfl CL...1J Ad D.
aumed, also prnrtlcnllv all of tho equip UUff VlltU OUUUiU VU 1C
meat for loginf;, including acvenilj
large donkey riiKinva. The men cntne
out of camp Hunriny night and there I
will bo no morn work in that camp for '"order to got the beat reulta from
.. little time. ""J ,n,',.nr ,h(,1.'orrt'ct K?6 f lub"-
1'a.np B i ..ill working but thi. i. "I? ?i! 7' n
. ,... . . , nill"t be drainea at regular inter-
not auffle.ent to keep tho m.ll in ateady vns, ow otten ,he ubrffltillf oil
Changed In The Tractor
ryi' , n't y
Uhould be changed cannot bo abaolute
fly determined, either from th atoad-
oi ut of mileage or number, of houra of
The board of lubrieatini engiaeeri. .k.
For Short Jaunts
Or Long Service
I.upgnue conveya a alltut
but forceful .m-h&Mt at the
train or depot in hotel or
guota' home, 1 it not moat
einbarraaaing to have rontpie
oualy ahabby I.iidgugi t
We have caao nnd hand
bnga to meet moat demauda
from the very iiieH-nive to
the aaore iaterfully finished
article. Varutioniata will do
well to get our ptieea.
h m)lA Picnic
New Sweaters and Yarns
VOn VACATION OUT
INGS AND THE COOL
EVENINGS AFTER THE
SUMMER HEAT YARNS:
You will find in i'leiiher Tama an
(enne and Inftnieaa that will enable
you to w-otk faster ,nd which give to
the fmuthed article a aoftneao aud elaa
tie'ty that will withatund tho aevereat
tea' of wear und waah.
iiermantown 4 Fold, I'wd for Hweat
er in Full Ran of Cnloin. Klciaher
"Kilhan Wool" Kilvertone Yarna, in
Hire, Itrown, Khaki, Old Roar-, Tnrple,
tfrey aud Neveral Hha.b a of tireen.
New Tuied,, Belted Wool Hweat.ra in
Tiirfiimia, Sulition, tireen aad Copea-
ha(en, at ... 110.75 and 111.85
Wool Blip oi Kweatera ia Turquoia, 81
niou, lVro,k and Ameriraa Hrantv
at tsjs to 7 45
( l.iMrm "a Coat Hwettere anappy at Ira
with Kai'ec t'ollara and BeHagood Vol
o at .- 4.W to $7.45
whieh ia maintained br the Standard
j Oil company to determine and recom
mend the correct (jrade of Zeroleae for
'each type of engine, hae given aieel
lent advice on the aohject of changing
the oil in the crank caae.
Thia board hae abnwn that tho freJ
queiicy with which St lubricating oil
ahould be changed depend very ttrgn
ly upon the condition under which the
traitor in operated. In other worda, if
, mere ia little or practically a conden
antion of the fuel, the nil will conae
quently laat a ureat deal longer. And
I if the oil ia fed to the engine in aurh a
way that a minimum amount la thrown
upon the inaide of the piaton, there
twill be a minimum rurbon depoait form
e.t here, which monin that the oil will
run for a longer time without ita lubri
' eating value being impaired.
I The operator of every tractor ahould
. frequently examine the condition of
the lubricating oil in the crankcaae,
and when there ia evidence of fuel or
, foreign omtter in the lubricating oil, it
ahould be drained out of the crankcaae.
I The crankcaae ahould be waahed out
very carefully with keroaene and ea
iieciul care tnken that no keroaene ia
, left in the crnkeae whea the freah
aupply of oil ia put in. This ahould be
done, whether the tractor waa operated
10, :10 or HH) houra. tienerally apeaking,
where a tractor has operated under
favorable condition., the oil should be
'hanged every 30 or 40 hoara. Where
keroaene ia uaed ni a fuel, the lubri
latinjr nil ahould be changed daily, as
1 there i ciitilera illy more condema
tion in the cv Under w.ih keroaene
I than with distillate oe-faaoliae,
11 ia a well known fact among en
liiueera and manuf A.'tur.-ra of tractor.
that the operator who ia particular in
the care of the lobricatinii ivsteui and
! the'oil very larKelv ioc reave the eco-
Roinical 0eration of hia trai'tor. and
; there ia nothing in the operation of a
tractor whieh will contribute ao large
ly in net r'm'ii aa lubricating care.
Portland Grl Dro-setl
When Canoe Is Capsized
Portland. Or., Aug. li Municipal
s:itilera tar tii.ti.e Armaa', a iVm Wil
I l.imt'tte river here for the e wty ot Doro
thv O Brien, 16, who waa drowned h-'t
Mia O'Brien, with three companions
.'.in riding in a canoe whirl, nvertnriv.l
e .ia it ran afoul of a t.iw!'no with
whi.-K . atenmer waa tnwing a raft of
I' K. Tlic othera were r ued. .
: society :
By SEETBTJDE EOEISOX
Kra. Lawrrace T. Harris, premiaeat
elub wonaa aad aoeiai leader of 8a-
leaa, kaa bee a appelated to aerve oa
the Oregoa eoaiaaitteo of the Roosevelt
Meaoiial aaaociatioa. The coa.'eraace
f tho wtatexa diviaioa of the associa
tiva opened ia Portland this morning
at the Benaoa hotel, about twenty dcl-
A eoastry wide campaign for ftuda
will otart on October 87th, the anniver-
aary of Ceioael Roosevelt 'a death, Ore
goa'o quota beina $37,000. The money
lit bo asea in erecting a monirmeai I
IB naeniBrioa. is. IB nicmorr oi
the lata colonel and to buy, if poaaible
tho Rooeevelt estate at Oyater Bay.
hfra. Harris is the only Salemite oa
tho Oregon tomntittee.
' Sunday Aug. 17th there occurred -a
gathering at the commodious residence
of Mr. anu Mrai X. K. Ferguson, S33
Huuuoa street this city, that will long
be reiacaibercd by those pirtieipatiaj.
It waa ia the foraa of a coming togeth
er of eelatvar in celebration of the
sixtieth anniversary of the marriage
of the hoat aad hostcxe, who have pass
ed their eighty aecond and seventy sev
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. L.
tv. Ferguaon, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Get
ter, C. K. Wescott, Frank C. Fergu
son, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Coon, Clara L.
Sehnefer and son Lloyd Sehnefer, Mr.
Jennie E. Endicott and son Edar Wes
cott ndicott, Mr. and Mra.-Harry I.
PearsoB aad daughter Ruth, Mra. Es
ther A. Newton and daughter Clara
Maud, Mr. and Mrs. John 1). Fields,
Eltin and Bcaard Coon.
Governor and Mrs. Ben W. Oleott
left Saturday evening for Suit Lake
city where they will attend the gor
ernor's conference and be the guests
of the state of Utah during a trip thru
Yellowstone park. Their visit will cov
er a period of two weeks.
Reporting aa ideal trip, Justiee and
Mrs. Henry Bean and their daughter,
Miss Oraea lean, returned Friday from
motor trip to Rainier National park,
Mr. aad Mrs. P. E. Fullertoa, accom
panied by Mr. and Mra.. Harry Burn
aide who hats recently come to Sa
lem from Ottumwa, Iowa, enjoyed a
motor trip over the Columbia highway
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. ttterr of Vin
cennes, Indiana, are gnests at the W.
P. Iiabeoek home on South Commer
cial street. Mr. Rarr is the oldest son
of Mrs. 3. J. Woodrnff and a half
brother of Mrs. Babeock. The visitor!
have been spending the paat ten days
in Tacoma, Washington, with anoth
er sister, Mrs.' A. j. Uillho, and oa
their way west stopped in Kansas City
Missouri, aa guest of Mrs. Barr'a sis
ter, Mra. O. W. Milton. ,,
After driving around Salem they are
emphatic in their praises of tho city,
commenting eapecially on tho wide
streets, beautiful shade trees, broad
lawna and. substantial homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Barr have stopped In
all the principal cities en ronte to Ore
gon, passing several days in Yellow
stone park. From tfaleni they will go
to Los Angeles where they will visit at
the J. M. Woodruff residence and thea
ia all the points of interest in
MR. MICE ILL
K. C. Price, father of J. C. rrice, of
I the Price Khe company, waa admitted
! to the Kucruf hoapital oa Fridar for
Our Autumn Arrivals in Women's, Misses and Children's
ready to wear garments include the season's newest models
Throughout the Store in every department you will find New Goods for Fall
And Winter Wear
And while correctness of fashion and completeness in variety
leads in every department, prices have been held down to the
. Lowest Figures Consistent With a Fair Profit
WOOLEN DRESSES ......;.
.. ..! $29.75, $34.75 to $95.00
... $16,48, $19.75 to $75.00
$12.48, $19.75 to $85.00
$ 3.98, $ 4.98 tQ $34.75
LINGERIE WAISTS :: .....;.....$ JUS, $ 2.50 to $14.75
JERSEY PETTICOATS .,: ! $ 5.95, $ 6.95 to $12.50
Where Shopping Is a Pleasure
i. Itiieij din.
Unconscious Humor Relieves
Monotony For Workers In War
Risk Insurance Department
. a .
Miss Marie Churchill went to Port
land reaterday where she was soloist
at the wedilini; pf Mia Catherine
Twomay and George Kohcn of Wiscon
sin. Miss Churchill and Miss TwomcyJ
are sorority sisters.
Miss Constance Cartwright has re
turned home from a summer course at
Miaa Elinor White of 1 ortlnnd is in
Salem as the house guest 01 Mrs. Fred
Stewart, ller visit will be of a fort
uixht a duration.
Misa Hazel Iowning and Mrs.
(ieorge Waters ars home from a two
weeks visit in California. They accom
panied Miaa Bertha Kckerlin on her
return to the southern stute after a
three weeks visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs, E. Eokerlin of, North Liberty
Mrs. J. S. Clark and daughter Fran
'e.H, 01 Penvcr, Colorado, are visiting
for several days with the former ' cous
in, Mr. Ida Niles, on North Winter
Mia, William Burghardt Jr., is at
Seaside as the guest of Mra. (Ieorge
Tracy of Oregon City. She will be gene
tno week a.
Mr. aud Mrs. Willimn Lerchen are
enjoying a sii weeks tour of Califor
nia. They will spend a short visit in
Los Angelea aa the guests of Mrs. Ler
chen 's mother, who will accompany
them oa their return home.
. A party composed of Colonel and
Mrs. K. Hofer. Iiiirence Hofor and
Captnin and Mm. Allan Bvnon left
yesterday for weeks visit in itritiah
Two 'altercating visitors in the cap
ital eitr are Miaa Carrie Kcvea and
Mis Mae Higher of Minnespolia, who
are guests at the Oi C. Hohrnstedt
home. At present the Bohrnatcdta and
their gnctts are visitm? friends in
Koacburg aad (tuthcrlia, but plan to
return to Kalcm soon.
Misa Hilda Almaler. Mi TVira Alms-
ler and Miaa Esther Enaelbart are en
ioyinj a two weeks ontiej at Nye
beach. They are guests at the Pea CTeat
Mrs. Frank M. Brown and sen Keith
have returned from a pleasurable out
ia at Newport
There's many a smile crosses tho faces
of tho employes of the war risk insur
ance bureau in - Wnshington as they
peruse the volume of mail which c&ck
day flows into that department. The
pathos is there, of course, but there is
many a bit of unconscious humor la
letters, such as these:
1. Please tell me is he living or dead
and if so what is his address.
2. Just a line to let you know that 1
am a window and have four children.
3. Previous to his departure we were
married to the justice of the peace.
4. I have a four months' baby and
he is my only support.
11. I have been in bed 13 years with
ish and since amoved my pontof fire. -
8. I am his wife and only air.
7. You naked for my allotment num
ber. I have four boys and two girls.
8. Please return my marriage certifi
cate. M.y baby hasn't eaten in three
9. Both sides of my parents are old
10. Please send me a wife's form.
11. I have ben in bed 13 years with
one doctor and I intend to try another
12. 1 am a poor woman and all I have
ia at the front I
13. I Bint received my husbands pay
and will be forced to lead an immortal
. 11. Please let me know if John has
put ia aa appliance for wife and child.
1.1. I am writing to asked to why I
aint received my elopement. Ilia money
was kept from me from his elopement
which I aint received.
16. You have taken luy man away to
fight, ho-' waa the best one I over had.
21. I was discharged with a goitre
which I was seat home on.
"3. Flense send rae my husbands al
lotment aa any star boarder is leaving.
24. If you don't answer my letter I
am going to writer to Uncle 8am my
atetf. . -,.... ', ,
23.. My son is in Co. 1 138 infancy;
Pershing To Leave Only
- 4,000 Yanks In France
Paris, Aug. 18. General Tershing is
expected to return from Italy next Fri
day and will start for home September
1, leaving leas than four thousand Amer
ican soldiers in Europe. . Pershing left
for Itr.lv Friday night.
German prisoners raptured by Ameri-!
can forces will be he'd until the peace
treaty is ratified by congnss.
It is understood that General Per
shitig will recommend a monument to
the soldiers who fell at Kemagne, in
memory of the hardest fighting Ameri-
cans were called on for during the war.
He ia very proud of the A. K. F.'s work,
after an inspection of the battlefields
and the KhinekUd.
General 1'ershi-ie, it is understood,
hopes to viait his home town in Missouri
and also Cheyenne, Wyo., immediately
after reporting at Washington.
Xew Yoik, Aug.. 18. Liberty boaO.
quotations: 3Vs, 9-I; first i'B, 94.10;
first 4V4 'a, 04.4O; second 414', 83.22;
third 4',-i'a, 04.00; fourth 4(4 's, 93.10;
victory S'V, 'a. '!!. 72; 4 'a, 99.72.
Instantly Removed by
Ih-uggists refund the money if it
tails, Absolntely harmless. Try it to
diiy and you will be astonished. Sold
at toilet counters everywhere, includ
ing the Fry nnd the Perry drug stores.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
Unn't let vtr ehildrew suffer. If
they are fretful, (wmli, puny or crosa,
k'iv them Hailitr a Kockr Vountaia
medical treatment fur sever heart troa T., narmlen bat aafe laiative for
blc. Kugeao Register. childrvak 3j, D, J. iFrv. tf
Proper Food Makes
Health and Strength
Include in your diet
building food that creates
no trouble in digestion
.such, a food as
Cut out food and drink
that disagree or that do not
have full nourishing value.
Do these two things and
you have helped yourself
wnderfully toward that men
tal and physicalsnap so requi?
site to success and comfort;
"There 's a Reason"