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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. FEIDAY, DBeESffitlE 9, 1914. Oregon Is Well Represented At United States Land Show LOOK AT HIM O IW wnjQy frj- J'"'ll'Wl",'.'WyWIWWl "HI HI III ' I. '! I.IIHIII I T U- . 1 TJj - "If'lH.'.l.Tjl . - -- UhU-'? ' l uj - v. ;.. ... nr.: . vi . i sr il AwLWi J; i; ( ?!. J f. ' v..-' ".V ... ;. v.-' f ....... J CU1CACJ0, lI.L.-()re)H ntuod out proniluontly nt the United SUitos Liuid Bhow flurlng the three weeks it was held nt the Coliseum, Nov. 20 to Dee. a A.slrte from tho bountiful dlmiliiys of the nUito's products in the Ore mm hooth mid the niniiiinoth exlillilt of the (Ireiit Northern Hallway on the mnln floor, tho Uront Northern Hiillwny's I'xeliiHlvo lecture hall proved a telllntr medium of aequulntliiK land hIiow vUltors with the state's wonderful remanves, Imtli nmlculturHl and horticultural. This lecture hull. coiihIhOiik of one-half of the CollstMlu annex, had u entliiK ciipnclty ciiual to that of a good hUihI theater. Motion pictures and stereoptlcon views were used to llliiHtrate (lie lectures of the Great Northern Hallway's experta, and Ixodes C. C. Chapman of the Fortlan.1 IIHl"""1"' IUl 0tl" ' " ,f"" WL'e lftVB" tlU ,'H f tlllH l"''t1"'0 l,"lly throiiK'i the courtesy of Louis Never before h;is there been such elTeotlve missionary work done among honieseekers for tho stato of Oregon Scors of Jars of fruits. Inrge Mectlons of tratmparencles showing wenes In tho fruit growing districts of Oregon, snd great varieties of fruits In their mitunil state were exhibited In the hugetiooth of tho Great Northern Hallway. The dry farming sections of Oregon were not overlooked either, many astonishing varieties of grasses and th er lauil proilm ts bt lng exhlhlt.tl. They nttrni'tet! much attention. Oilimiil I'.lll Iliin:ev vlsltid the show and occupied the platform of the Great Northern Hallwav's lecture hull on Oregon day. Colonel Hanley always Is n big drawing card in Chicago, and standing room was at'a premium wheu he gave a characteristic talk on the great ponslbtlltlee his home suite holds out to the homeseeker. Louis W Mill ai-eompanled Mr. Hanley from 8t Paul to Chicago to nttend tlio land show. ULTIMATE MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP ADVOCATED ItlMTM) miss LStSin Willi 1 I.os Angeles, CM., Jan. 9. Ultimate niunirijHil owuerhip of street oar lines in Los Angeles is advoented today In a report on tlio physicsl valimtion of tho I-os Angel railway prujinrtioti ina.lo to Ihe city council by the bounl of public litilitjis hero. The physical valimtiou -of the prt)niitie Is plspl nt iflil.SOO,- Tho rcHrt of the bimrd ws made nfter an Investigation r.f more than a year by a committee of expert engi P If Strengthen Your Lungs Is Timely Advice tohtn cotuumption claim$ ovtr 350 daily in tht United Statei. Neglected colds, overwork, con Lv v. fining duties and cvlar germs the mastery. The greatest treatment that cienco (TorrJ ia courage, (est, sunshine and Scott's Emulsion. Scott's Emulaton contains pure cod liver oil to clarify and enrich the blood, strengthen the lungs, rebuild resistive forces Strengthen Scott's Emulnlon- BXti too important to neglect. il Phvuklans evenwhere proclafm fi wortfi and umm asalnst alcoholic substitutes. I? (4 $ I JW? neers. It farther declare that the railroad company resorted to "danger ous practices" during the liwt year by paying a dividend of $800,000 that "was not warranted by the earning." "Tho city and the company should get together on the basis of protecting the rights of both parties," the report reads. A contract, it urges, should be catered Into giving the city the right to )niri'lise the various railway lines at reasonable intervals at a fair price, which is not to Include the franchise allies. The cost of hauling each passenger during the last yoar, the report said, was H.J.'i rents. chronic disorders exert the W wasted tissue and fortify the to throw off disease germs. YOUR lungs with 11 WlldilS f i ?y .fcc -.L..cJj CATTLE ARE ABLE TO OET , PLENTY OF FEED FROM FIELDS "We should worry about the high ccst of mill feed," said a well known dairyman yesterday afternoon, "just so long as Paine Nature treats us as fairly in the future as she has done for tho past year." According to the dairy men la this city it has been needless to exiHnd a great amount of money on mill feed so far this year for tho reason pasturing has been so abundant that tho dairy cattle do not even nose unmit in the manufactured feed. With these conditions facing the Marion county dairymen they should bo considered among tho most fortu nate when it comes to the livestock in dustry, say thoso who appreciate the ideal climatic conditions that have via ited Salem sad vicinity so far during i of 1013 and tip to tho present time of the new year. YOU CAN LEARN. BUT 'TIS COSTLY Of course you can "learn the busi ness" "begin at the bottom and work up," but you will y many times the price of a good training at the Capital business College in low wa'cs Slid slow promotion while learning. We can teach tho requirements yon need for s good position and quick promotion from the start. New classes forming this time of year a good time (o start a course, Portland 's comparatively small snd divrenfing foreign and Alaska trade is a sadness If not a shame. In this par ticular Porllaiiil is still astonishingly ,4lovv." UNITED PRESS LEASED WISE. Pass Christian, Miss., Jan. 9. Presi dent Wilson likes children. Today he motored on the road leading to Biloxi, so tie school children could see him. They were lined up along the road wav ing banners and flags as he approached. The president stood uncovered during the review. Recently Cecil Brown, aged 11 years, grandson of a confederate soldier, stop ped the president's automobile. The lad was clad in a confederate uniform. He presented the president with a box of candy, s'aying: "My mother made this, and you just bet it's good, too." Later the president wrote Cecil a let ter, thanking him for the candy. Today Cecil again stopped the presi dent's automobile. This time he car ried a bouquet. A note attached road: "I liked your letter so much, Mr. President, that that I brought these flowers. Please write to me when you get back home." CLINGING STYLE COMING FOR MEN UNITED PRESS LEASES WIRK.1 Baltimore, Jan. 9. Mere man of 1914 will be in the modest, blushing violet class in tho stylo of his clothes, accord ing to creations being planned for him by tho Xational Association of Cloth ing Designers, which met in convention here yesterday. As little cloth as pos sible will be used to frame his figure. Tt will cling to his form like tights to tho pony ballet. Quiet colors, with a decided leaning toward sober shades will be preferred. He will be saved from complete ob livion by an allowance of wild de signs in Balmacean overcoats, with batwing sleeves and horse-bin nket ef fect. They will resemble kimonas somewhat. Silhoutte Btyles will be the royal flush in the malo fashion deck for the fall and winter of 1914 and 1915. Tad ding will be a drug on the market. Nature will be called on to do all that is neefssnry in that line; the tailor will just note measurements and follow them as a carpenter docs his bluo print. JURY CALLING IN , DISPUTE IN MULTNOMAH Unless the Bupremo court renders n lecision this month in an action filed today, Multnomah county may be in tho position of not having any juries in February. District Attorney Evans, in relation of the state, instituted man- livmus proceedings against the Mult- nomnh county commissioners to compel them to make out a jury list for 1914. Tho commissioners have refused to fur nish the list because of a question as to whether they or tho circuit court were empowered by tho law to do so. The last legislature, having abolished tho county court in Multnomah county and created the county commission, a controversy has arisen as to whether tho making out of ths jury lists is a function of the commissioners of the circuit court. THE SPLASHFUL SECOND. Were I on tlio boxing commission, Were 1 in the proper position, If I bnd the right I would rise in my might And sentence one man to perdition. I'd smite him and flay him and clout him, An 1 utterly conquer and rout him The second, 1 mean With the ivory bean, Who splashes the water about him. The girl who marries the first chap who proposes misscc a lot of more or less VBlunhle experience. PEOPLE-'CASCARETS" Salts, Calomel ind PUli Act on Liver and Bowels Llka Pepper Acts In Nostrils Dsngort Clot a 10-cent box now. .Most old people must give to the bowels some regular help, else they suf fer from constipation. The condition is perfectly natural, It is just as natu ral as it la for old people to walk slow ly. For age is never to active at youth. The muscles are less clastic And the bowels are muscles. Bo all old people need Cascarett. One might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glasses as to negloct this gentle aid to weak bowels. The bowels must be kept active. This is important st all ac.ee, but never so much at at fifty. Age it not a time for harsh physics. Youth may occasionally whip the bow els into activity. But a lash can't be used every day. What the bowels of the old need it a geutl and natural tonic. One that can be constantly used without harm. The only such tonie It Citscarets, and they cost only 10 cents per bet at any drag store, Thsy work while you sleep. SMS 1 T Jf is a s www i i'. -j&z VJll-IH JOKER COMEDIES- Wu YOUNG COMEDIAN HAS DIVERSIFIED CAEEEE That funny Irish charater Mike, so familiar alongside his German pal, Jake, in pictures of the Joker brand, is no otiior than Harry McCoy, well known on the vaudeville and musical comedy stage. McCoy has devoted his talent to motion pictures for the past two yenrs and has been playing leads in Joker comedies since their inception. He hna a career, which for diversity, resemblos a checker board. Ho was born in New York Citv. When h h. came of a;o ho inherited a small for tune. This he invested in a music pub lithing house and lost evorv cent of it However, with only his valuable exper ience left, ho became piofessional man ager of Cos d wards. Being a culti vated musician, McCoy later went into vaudeville and musical comedy and was very successful with tho niano and harp. Before going into motion nictures his most thrilling experience occured when he was wrecked for three days in a row boat twenty-five miles off Sandy Hook with ono keg of water, and a neneil and wntchfob for nautical instruments. McCoy is a stickler for realism in his work ami boiii original in his stunts beforo tlio camera, he lias had many a like bump and hair breadth escape, all to please the admirer of silent comedy. His most recent screen successes are 'Adventures of Miko and Jnka." "Tho Joy Riders," "Rh0 Should Worry" and "Tho Mystery of a Taxicab." THE BAND FROM AMSTERDAM. Tho musical score of tho Elks big show, "Tho Baud from Amstoniam," D I jeupe uepanmenc By BETSY Maplelne Sea Foam. 3 cups granulated Biigar. 1 cup water. 1 tablespoon ful vinegar. 2 Ofcgs (whites.) 1 toaypoonful mapleino. 1 Virgo cup of almonds. Place on back of stovo to disoslve slowly tlio sugar, water and vinegar; then boil without stirring until it spins a, thread or forms a soft ball in cold water. Tour the hot svrun into ths whiten of tho eggs, well beaten, and be:it again with ogg beater till nearly cooked, or until mixture holds its shape; then add the mapleino and almonds which havo been blanched and slightlj broken. Dip ont. with teaspoon into desired shape In buttered plates. Cream Sauce, 2 egg yolks. 2 tablespoons granulated sugar. 1 pint milk. 'ij teaspoon mapleine. Hoil the milk and add egg yolks well beaten and mixed with tho sugar and mnpolicne. Frothy Sauce, Vi cup butter. Has a Charm AH Its Own What can be more satisfactory on a gloomy winter morning than a steaming hot cup of our genuine Arabian Mocha woffeef It brings delight to every member of the family. The finest coffee berries, the greatest skill in blending, constant rare in roasting, make it just right. TOR r ARTICULAR PERSONS :Ulc, 3.V, 40c and 4"c the pound C. M. EPPLEY Phone Main 03. While you are eating luscious, juicy, tangy, seedless "Sunkist" oranges, you are delighted with the magnificent silverware you are getting for your table. You always order "Sunkist" oranges and lemons because they are the finest, richest, selected fruit grown anywhere in the world. Picked and packed by gloved hands the cleanest of all fruits. Thin-skinned, fibreless. Not a Seed in "Sunkist" Cut the trademarks from the wrappers around "Sunkist" oranges and lemons and send them to us. Select silver pieces from our 27 different premiums. Every piece the famous Hogers Standard A-l guaranteed silver plate. The Rogers orange spoon shown above is sent to you for 12 trademarks from "Sunkist" oranges or lemons and six 2-cent stamps (to pay cost of mailing, etc.). Trademarks from "Red Ball" orange and lemon wrappers count same as "Sunkist." Buy "Sunkist" oranges by the box, half-box or dozen from your dealer. Send your name for our complete free premium sheet and Premium Club Plan. Send all orders for premiums and all inquiries to (159) California Fruit Growers Exchange 139 N. Clark Stmt, Chic.jo, 11L which will be staeed at the Grand theatre Monday ami Tuesday, January 1H and 20 has made a great hit with those taking part. There is not a poor 'number in the show from the opening chorus to the finale. Among the most tuneful ones are "The Debutante," j "Tho Bund from Amsterdam," "Some thing," "i'orter on a Tollman Car," "Old Fashioned Kissing Games," "Oh, the Hand,'' "Somewheic-Scuietime, " "Greetings to the Debutante," and t I O t , , . 1 . . . I oumeuiio. nun one exception these songs were all written for this piece and are controlled bv eonvriirhts owned by Mr. Brown, tho writer and director This will prove a welcome feature as tho popular songs we hear every day will not be abused. JOURNAL WANT ADS. bring results. MMt . t WADE. 1 cup sugar. Vi cup boiling water. I teaspoon vanilla. White of egg beaten dry. Cream butter, add sugar and white of egg, Btir in water and flavoring. Vanilla Sauce. Boil 2 cups of sugar and 1 cup of water 8 minutes; add 2 tablespoons of butter and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Hard Sauce. Beat 'i cup of butter to a croam, gradually beat in 1 cup of sugar and press into a dome on a glass or china plate. Grate a little nutmeg over the top. Boston Gingerbread. 1 cup Xew Orleans molasses, y cup sugar. 'Si cup butter. 1 level teaspoon soda. 1 cup boiling water I cup seeded raisins. 1 teaspoon ginger. 1 teaspoon cinnamon. 3 cups flour. 1 dessortioon Crescent Baking Tow der. Put molasses and butter into mixing 1800 East State Eat "Sunkist" Oranges with "Sunkist" Spoons THE LIFE-SAVER. How dull these winter days would be without the Tinker deal! How sad and full of discontent the baseball scribe would weel! Without you, Joe, our life would be a slow and listless game. And so we hope you will keep it up at least till spring has camo. THEY NEVER QUIT. You may beat him and flay him and clout him all day. You may plaster him flat on the floor But the bnttcred ex-champion always will say: "1 am better than ever before!" Jupe 1'luve seems to have made a resolution to give iib plenty early in the year. BSSSS3QQS3QS13 This Is Fudge Time Have you tried making a batch flavored with Mapleine You will enjoy it immensely, and so will your friends. Here's tho recipe: 2 cups white sugar . 1 cup milk ' 1 piece butter (size of egg) 1 teaspoonful Mapleine. Cook 15 minutes. Take off and beat until grains. Tour on buttered plate. You can vary this by adding chopped nuts, figs, dates, cocoanut, etc. Grocers Sell Mapleine If not write us, and we will supply you. CRESCENT MFG. CO., Seattle, Wash. bowl, pour over them boiling water with soda dissolved in it. stir well ,i when mixture has cooled, add raisins, spices, flour and baking powder. Bake 111 snanow pan in slow oven. Chopi! walnuts and very little ground cloves may be added ir desired. Eaisin Lunch Cake. Contains neither eggs nor milk. Stow one and one-half cups Sultana raisins in sufficient water to mnke two cups of juice. Put in mixinir hnwl. xi two tablosiHions of butter, one teaspoon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon allspice, one heaping tablespoon peanut butter, one cup sugar, enough flour to make stiff batter, possibly three cu. Stir in two heaping teaspoons Crescent bak ing powder. Mix well. Liwt. .;- ) the raisins dredged in flour. Ilnko slowly in moderate oven one hour. Snowfla'ie Cake, 1 scant cup sugar. 3' a scaut cups flour. 1 teaspoon vanilla, 'j scant cup butter. 2 cups milk. 2 teaspoons Crescent baking powder. Cream butter, and suunr. add on tablespoon of milk from m,.rn until it forms a snonmr cresm ..1,1 remainder of milk and extract: hen on. til sugar is dissolved in the bottom. Measure tlour after sifting; add bak ing powder, sift four times. tlr nnf beat) the flour in until it is thoroughly nuxeu. lour in int and let stand ten minutes, bake in moderately hot oven. Cse mapeline Icing.