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DAILY CAW TAX JOTONAL, HAL EM, OBEGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 42, 1913.
PAQB THREB Recipe Department II Butter Nut i The Icing Makes By BETSY WADE. the Cake ' Stamps Have you ever thought what aii important part of the cake liio icing is as important as butter to breud. One of the most deli cious of all is On your way to the parade do not miss SATURDAY1 SPECIALS SATURDAY SPECIALS , SHIPLEY'S 'V. L flow is the time to save yoiur coupons, anl get a beautiful gold band lem onade let. This i berry season. Save your coupons and tet beautiful berry set. The California! Bakery Phono 90!), 317 Court St. Onr baking powder is being dem onstrated every day in this home, ami always gives satisfaction. Eppley's Perfection Brand Baking Powder At All Grocers. ptttMIHtHMHttHHt Some things are to be tastod, other to to D9 swallowed, And some few, few, to bo chewed and digested. Try the baking powders advortiacd in these columns. Housekcepor Breakfast. 0ra"RC8' Cereal roaelied Eggs' on Toast. C offoo. Lunch or Supper. Creamed Potatoes jam Cold Sliced Meat. Bread and Butter Chocolato or Tea. Dinner. Baked Potatoes Baliod Apples Asparagus with Drawn Butter Ranco Beat Loaf niado of Hound Steak Homo-mado Candy. Tea or Coffoo Dinner Without Meat. Potatoes Spinach Lntturo with French Dressing. Cup Custards. Tea or Coffee Groystone Pudding. 2 cupfuls of huckleberries l-.'l cupful of butter 1 cupful of sugnr 1 t'k'i! I .'(! etipsful of flour II teaspoon fu Is of linking powder teaspoonful of suit cupful of milk 1 teaspoonful of vnnilla extra t Cream the butter and sugar together, ndd the egg well beaten, milk, vunilu, salt, huckleberries, flour and baking powder., Hake until .rcJy and cut in squares. Rervp with-this sauce: Put ono cupful of brown sugar into a suuee pnn, add one tublespoonful of coin starch, one tnblespnonfnl of butter and two cupfuls of boiling water. . Good Coffee at Reasoners Phone 543 When we say good coffee, we "iran good coffeo. 5 FOSTER AND BAKER Canning Peaches Early Crawfords; place vour order now; they are fine. I BLUE DAMSON PLUMS j We have the original Ulmois Blue Damson, 35c peck. I , RIPE TOMATOES Nice solid ripe tomatoes fo r Saturday, Sc per pound, fruit jars, jar caps, rubbers, jelly glasses. cantaloupes, watermelons, musk melons. Peach a la Russell. Poaches Clioped almonds Preserved cherries , Cocoa n ut Cream Allow one large, ripe, juicy peach to each person. Pare, stono and fill the centers with chopped almonds, add a preserved cherry ami little fruit juice. Pin the peaches together with a tooth pick and cover the outside with grated coconnut. Chill. Servo with cream. Mash-ie. Cwu inborn Kice Meat Spices Tomatoes Mutter S'""P out tl enter of the cucum bers, leaving only a thin shell. Wash the rice, then chop the. meat and mix well together. Add butter, salt, pepper and allspice to taste. The quantity of rice should be according to the size of the vegetables, generally about a table spoonful of rice to each vegetable is enough. Half fill the umber with this stuffing. Arrange them regularly in a kettle and boil slowly in diluted to mato juice until the meat is tender and the rice ami vegetables aro well done. Small eggplants and tomatoes may be added and stufofd in the same wnv. Mapleine. IcingS SJ' JS3 J39 North Commercial Street. Phone 259 I Peach Ice Cream. 1 epinrt of sliced peaches. 1 quart of granulated sugar, 1 qnnrt of cream. 1 quart of milk. 5 Mash the peaches and sugar together until very fine. Put the milk and crenm into the freezer, and freezo until partly frozen; then add the peaches laud sugar, and finish freezing. Pleinish Stuffed Tomatoes. C even-sized ripe tomatoes. 4 filled anchovies 1 teaspoonful of capers. 1 hard cooked egg 'j cupful of Mayonnaise dressing. '-a cupful of liquid Aspic jolly -crisp lettuce leaves. Wipe the tomatoes and carefully scoop out the centers. Chop the an chovies, or any other fish preferred, add the capers, the chopped yolk of the egg. the mayonnaise ami aspic jelly. Mix over, ice until nearly set and fill into the tomatoes. Chill thoroughly, then mat each tomato with uspic jelly. Serve on the lettuce leaves with mayonnaise. Prepared as follows: MU together 2 cups of granulat ed sugar, 1 cup of milk, 1 small piece of butter, 2 teaspoonfulB of Mapleine. Boil and stir until it forms a soft ball in cold water Cool a little, and then beat until creamy. Grocers sell Mapleine, Sop for 2 ounce bottle. ' Send, 2-ceiit stamp for Mnploiro . . Cook Book. , , ' ' :: Crescent Mfg. Co. ',' .Seattle, Wash. T Avenue Grocery t Company HOP PICKERS See us for your supplies, GROCERIES MEATS GLOVES Wo curry alargo assort meiit of hop pickers' gloves. Prompt delivery to any part of the city. , " 1601 Center Street . . Phone Main 1472 . . X Meadow Brook Butter Fresh 'every day from our own creamery, the finest butter you can buy. t Mado by Marioa Creamery Mapleine Marble Cako. 1 cup sugar. C. cup butter. ',s cup milk. 2 eggs, well beaten. 1 .'1-1 cups flour. 2 level teaspoiiufnls Crescent Unking Powder. To half the batter ndd one teaspoon, fill Mapleine. Put in bake pan in alter nate layers of spoonfuls of dark and white batter. This will make one small loaf. EIRCUSWlll nflMFHFR 'VI Ilk IL.II 'IB lll'fni.i .1. '"More dawn tin. p ti,f P'lroino American institution Al.,wwi llRV(, ,M,)nli to lu. V" ""' flv'Ul't J'-nls 0r the South 'r'fi'' railroad, and circus day will i'J1'- for ltiiiglinK lirothers' shows r '"'''I I" read, here from Port "yearly tuinorrow. The first of j""r 'rain, will coiinu,,,,, ,0t r i it ?l !,ll""t II a. ,., ,,,,,1 f,., (hat i ..mrcii (,t (ho liingling caval- ' "HI IH't.,.i. ... until all four sections have unloaded. The coming of the Itingling aggrega tion to Salem for its two performances will add to the local puulation more than bltlO people, (iMIl horses, III camels, ;il) elephants and 1US dens of wil.l ani mals. According to railroad officials this is the largest circus ever traveled, and with the heaviest eopii it Ming- ling lirothers have ever carried. In addition to the circus, the King linir lirothers bring here the massive of the Maid of Orleans ami bow1 she went forth to buttiO for her country' ami her king. Incidental to this is the coronation procession which, with its armored soldiery, richly caparisoned horses and magnificently gowned ladies and gentlemen of the court has been described as the most brilliant display ever made in a spectacle. The ballet led by two Kussian premieres will in clude ;SIK dancing girls and will be un der the diiectioii of Ottokar Itartik, chief of police picked nut the streets over which the ptirndc will pas,,. Steward A. I Webb will be in town tomorrow morning doing his day's mar keting for three times a day be must feed this big family and being men ami women of brawn, they have big appe tites, ' . The street parade to be given here I "in iane place tomorrow niiiruiiig, ' leaving the show grounds at HI o'clock and it is prom sod that it wid be the spectacle of Joan of Arc, which, with late of the Metropolitan opera house most libera! display of gold, gleam ami its picturesque scenery, glitetring nanei ami im rv-aia, .iniaii. corneous naizeantrv and electrical of- Tho "twenty-four lions man. who makes all the physical arrangements I'ects, was the marvel ot the engage- j at in Chicago this spring. More tl..iu ( '12110 people appear in this wordless play j which pantoininiically and in great en tile show grounds soluble groups tells the dramatic story unloading ami with tno mlvir for the coming uml establishment ol' the circus spent today in the city lay ing out the lot, arranging the place of of the glitter that ever traveled down a crowd ed highway. Ilesides many hamlsnine tableau wagons and allegorical cars peopled with gaily garbed girls, there will be many open cages showing line specin s from the zoo, zebra niid pony teams and one big novelty, twenty ram- Women . ,' 1 ' - j - ' . ' --.'.,. ': Sample Lines o I : 's Wool Bre&ses Away Below Regular Prices We have secured two lines of Salesmen's Wool Dress Samples, and what we save we pass along to our customers. These are made in Velveteen, ' Cordutoys, Serges and Novelty Mixtures. DIVIDED INTO THREE LOTS $4.95 $6.95 $9.95i All Over Aprons Women's and misses' large size all-over aprons, fast color per cale and check gingham, long sleeves or short sleeves ....59c Women's Waists Dark and medium shades of . percale and chambray 3ing. hams, just the thing for the hop yards .....48c Children's Tnb Dresses Fast color gingham, percale and lawn dresses. Ages 2 years to 6 years 57c Ages 8 years to 14 years ....9Sc Silk Gloves Women's 16-button length silk gloves, broken lines of colors, all sizes in the lot 59c House Dresses Another lot of those percales and gingham dresses, high or low neck, full range of sizes $1.10 Children's Hosiery Fast black heavy ribbed cotton hose, reinforced heels, toes and extra heavy knees, for school woar. Sizes 6 to 10 lie pr Agents for Ladies Home Journal Patterns 1 9JAUTY POPULAR MERCHANDISE ULBTT STRCCT BtrwtM JTATt 6 C OUST PRICES els in harness, the first time, the ship of the desert has ever been broken to bit and bridle. Six bands will furnish continuous melody, the clown will be on liaml and in all there will be hosts of novelties in this threo miles of stretched out rainbow. Two perforiuanc.es will be given in Sa lr in, beginning at 2 and H p. in. to morrow, tho doors opening an hour be foie each for a visit to the menagerie. SKAGWAY RESIDENTS UNITE IN HONOKINU H. H. DRAPER The following from the Haily Alas kan tells of the death of II. II. Draper, who for years was a ri'iident of Salem: Herbert, Horace Draper, whose funer al is being conducted this afternoon at the 1'iesbyterian church, by the Itev. A' .It. liarrison, was bom in It'ickford, III., .Inly .r, IS.'i.'i, and early in life mov ed to (iraml Knpids, Mich. At the age of nineteen lie accompanied his parents to the Pacific coast uml solllcd in Sa lem, Oregon. There, mhfip'tiine befell him in the shape of death which took from him his mother, father, brother and two sisters, nil within the space of three and a half years, one sister being left the only, surviving member of Un fa mi ly. At llii' age of 22, Mr. Drnp.'r suffered Irom til health ami lie went to Michi- i. settled in .Inekson, but like many who leave the west he fell h ill of the Pacific ami soon rituru"d, making his homo at different times in the cities of The Dal Irs, llellinghani ami Astoria, while acting Us commercial agent. In tho spring of I S!)S he followed tho gold rush to Alaska and formed a part nership with W. II. Case in the photo graphic business. There being no avail able buildings in Skagway, the two gen tlemen ores-led a tent on a lot at Sixth Hveniie and Main street, later moving il to the corner of Sixth and Hroadway. for one year business was conducted in the tent nnd then they liccanie housed in their building on P.roailway which .Mr. Diaper occupied up to tho time of his death. The firm of Case & Draper establish ed a branch house in .liiucau, mid in IWMI they dissolved partnership, Mr. f'aso taking the Juneau store and Mr. Diaper continuing in Skagway under the I'iiHi name of Draper & Co. The first indications of illness same to him on Christmas day, I III 2. On .lime I the ailment relumed ami gave him ii h trouble. June li he contract ed a severe attack of pneumonia which confined hi,,, t Ins ., Hlh ,.ft ,, a weak condition, but he recovered sufficiently to be at his business for a short time. Two weeks Inter, on duly 7, ho suffered n relapse and had been con fined to bis bed most of the time until dentli came to his relief, though during the few days prior to his sudden demise, he had driven out uud appeared on the street to greet his many friends. In the morning of August I, Herbert H. Draper passed away, and in his pass ing the world has lost much that was good ami kind, much that makes exist ence better, much that adds to human happiness, for ho was of fine character with but a modicum of errors. This afternoon b'ev. liarrison paid tho dead man a loving tribute and told in iuijiresfive language of his many vir tue:!. The lodge of Klks, of which he was a past exulted ruler, assembled in a body at the funeral, as did the Arctic Hrotherhood, tho do iscil being a past Arctic Chief ami lit t ho time of his Arctic Chief and at the timo of his Nuggets, while all the business houses of the city closed out (i respect to his memory. This livening the bout will bear away the body of one who lias been highly ied in Sliauwny, to tic buried in his former liuiiie in lloise, Idaho. To Mrs. Draper, Skagway offers Its profound sympathy at her grief lu the loss of so' good a iiiun. Suler, it must I onfessi-d, is a sad disappointment, l,t that doesn't make the Tauimiiny tiger a more loveuble beast. Mother love Is different from affin ity love; the two Mrs. Thaws furnish an illust ration. Children Ory . FOR FLETCHER'S CAS T O R I A MR. HENRY PECK AND HIS FAMILY AFFAIRS By Gross f . 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