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DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 19l4. ' " 1 Our Treat All Week! Luscious "Sunkist" Oranges at Special Prices. at Your Dealer's!" The best part of breakfast is a juicy, thin-skinned, seedless "Sunkist" orange. ''Sunkist". oranges are the finest, juiciest, most delicious oranges grown in me worm. Buy them by the box or half-box they are most economical and keep for weeks. Carefully picked and packed by gloved hands. Th cleanest of fruits. Tree-ririened. Use "Sunkist" lemons on meats, fish, poultry and salads. Thin-skinned. The juiciest, finest lemons grown. Rogers Silverware Premiums for "Sunkist" Trademarks . . 1 . . llf IJ.ill Cut me trauernarKs irura ouukwi uruugo f-Cffri.yr This and lemon wrappers, una send them to us. y.t'' ehwant Wo offer 27 different silverware premiums s&Xijrl Knn Orange -all Hogm A-l guaranteed hand- S-&Z"KZ'Z ard silver plate. Exclusive &Z& and ti two-cent stamps. "Red M aw1 f sss, ' Sunkist design. Actual BaU"urunfro and lemon wrappers count Mutno aa 'SutikUt." Buy "Sunkitt" Oranges and Lemon at Your Dealer a Send your name and full ' address for our complete free premium circular and club plan. Address all orders for premium silverware and all correspondence to California Fruit Growers Exchange 139 N. Clark Street ' (158) Chicago, 111. CITY IS ALL RIGHT Because Greek Halted Here a Short Time Moved on and Was Convicted of Slavery Means Nothing. BEEN TALKING TO GIRL IN SALEM THAT'S ABOUT ALL City Is Far From Being In Red Dog, Hangtown, or Youbet Class and Slave Talk Is Billy Rubbish, ADMITS HIS GUILT AND WILL SERVE LIFE TERM. (UNITED rllESS t.BASBD Willi. Portland, Or., March 13. Admitting liis ploa of guilty to tlio chtirgo of muriloring Jessie Wilson tho night of January 3, Circuit Judge Kavauaugh yesterday sontonccd George llohoff ti lifo imprisonment In the stnto peni tentiary. His alleged companion in tho crime, Vadima Bedoff, will make a fight in his own defense Tho Wilson woman, who was a pro prietor of a Front stroet lodging house, was found lying across her bed with ghastly slash across her throat. Two men wore seen lcnping from hor win dow aud a chaso led to tho arrost of Hohoff and Itcdoff.. According to Chiof of Pollco Bhedock, Offieont linins, Welch, White, Sanders ami ex-Officer Flako, Tho Journal was eminently correct last November whon, in an article appearing, it stated that "SaJom is lint being mado tho lioad quarters fur an . organized baud of 4 wlii to slavers' as was claimed by PolieA Matron Lynch and the morning paper. ' ' "liah, this talk of Salem being made white shiver hangout is nil rot," mid tlio chief of polico this morning. "Horauso ono case ot a very uncertain ebaiwtcr is found hero, I cannot see any reaxon for laying such a thing on to tho city. You will find that in every little town, much smaller tlinu Salem, Hint some follow will succeed iti onticing a girl or a woman away, but insofar as white slavery is con cerned, Nulcm is not in that class." City's Reputation Injured. To brum Sul cm as being a nesting place, for white slaver trailers and a general hangout for that toughest ele ment generally found in metropolitan cities is merely throwing mini at tin captinl of tlio state, according to tin iew'iii!ien by rcrtaiu members of the promotion department of the Hnlom Commercial club, The records at the police station are 1re of anything pertaining to the slave act and the sheriff has hnd no occasion to mak Buy arrests under that lnw. The only ease mentioned even Is that of the Greek, (1ns Karaiuanos, who is aaii! to have been "arrested In Port land at the Instance of local authorities who miHpwtcti him of being a whit.1 nlavn trailer," Now, In. fact, this caie which was tried In tho federal court in Portland and resulted n conviction, did ont orlginiite In Mem. The foreigner waa seen talking to a girl here and, at (he request of a local officer, he was Bimriod nu suspicion In Portlanl. later thn Greek was turned loose, there heiag no evidence at hand to prosecute hita. ltccciitly, however, the Greek was rangVit in tho real act of transport Ing a woman from one place to an other for immoral purpose and this all occurred In Portland and not in Ssle-n llowneronvii'tcd yct.Miluy in the fedei alconrt for the crime lie committed m Portland and the Salem Incident Is but a mere matter of testimony given by Ofrfrrr Jnrtt Welch, who tipped off the rortbtnd authorities In tho first lu etancth, mid Mabel flrsv, whom th. (IrriJi tried to Induce to marry him kere. lawfar Salem Is concerned, the whita trtav question over which ther) Is fcciirig made such a great fuss, Is atrlrtly a Portland affair and not on to dirty IV skirt of one of tho elean mi cities In the country. THIS MAN DOES NOTHING BUT CHASE ECLIPSES. UNITED r-SESR LEANED WISE. Pasadena Oil., March 13. Follow in ir his hobby of chasing eclipses around tho world, James Wortlnngton of Oxford, KngVmd, Is preparing hero today to leave for Kusain to observe u total eclipso of the sun, which will occur August 21, Worthirigton is a young Knglish mil lionaire who has been doing nothing for eight years except observing tlio eclipses of the sun. Ho hns headed expeditions into Tasmania, Friendly Islands, ltrav.il and oilier countries. At his homo in England h'o has n private observatory for the ptudy of astronomy. ENGLAND' WARSHIP PROGRAM BREAKS ALL RECORDS IUNITIlI) I'llKSN LEASED W1I1E. London, March 1.1, Huch a warship building program as oven England had hardly expected was laid lforo tho house of commons by First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Oiurchill yesterday afternoon. Ilia estimate provided for four new dronilnuughts, four cruisers, 12 de stroyers, submarines aud vast stores of munitions. The appropriation desired to cover tho construction of tho pro posed new vessels was $37,700,000, an increase over laxt year's naval allow ance of $13,000,0011. Tho ambitiousncss of tho admiralty's program was tho result mainly of Got- many s reception of Churchill's proposal of a "naval holiday." Dod'I Be Misled U You Have Lung Trouble If yuu hava I. mi 8 Trnuhlc, ito mil tx nilnlfi) liy reporta tif rilm-evertcs nf see clflvs to relievo Hint aRrctlnii. Nu siwlllc ha as vet licen tuiuiil. Kckiiian's Altera live, Itewvver. U a nicilli-liic (or throst ami Ions truutilcs which hss Invn sue-o-NHdilly iiiumI tu insny csmcs. If you are Irk, It nilulit lie wine for you to lnvcaH asle lis im-rlia ainl Its umc uirty tie of ranting Ion. ill io you, Iteail f tills ease: !V1 Bi'venth A., New York "tlctitli'iie-n: Klv yeiirs nso ISMt An- ttlKt I Kim tiikt-n to Ht. Kriuuis lloniillill o K trt'iiti'd fur Hrout-lililH suit coiuront eil IniiHa Afii-r scvcntl weeks' tn'rtinicnt I WSM HilvlKvtl liv tlie ilortnr to uo to a coiivnliNt'ioit aiiiillNvlinii, loit could not tie ailinltti'tt tiiM-no.i. tin- itm'tor at tlie tio pllsl. nfur s lliorooiih cmiiiiIiihIIoii, ile clrtrinl in v esse l.ons 'IVooltlc, timl ssve tu a ciTtlUcsti. to Hint .I'ffoft, I nliow.t ttie ccrtincsle to Kntlii-r Hdirk. slot lie sd Vln.il me to tnke Ki-kioiiirs Altcriltlvc. I tu.k thv Altirntlvi' fnlthfiillv an ill-recti-il, aiitl aiin fomut nivsrlf free fntin htslit awi-als nn,t fever, Hint itt'SilnulW atit Im'IIit. I linve not tukon tlio Alterative row for two vrntn. soil mil trotlifnlW nv am well. I fell l"-itr anrl am stronticr ttinn In-fore my li'knooi," I Attl.lnvlti MAIIV KOItllAMKH. IAhov alilrevlnt-il ; nioiv. on rviutt.l ri'kinnn'a Allernltve tnm Immmi proven ly mnny years' ti-t to li most cfnosrloits for vor Thtont Slut t.nnt A(T''''t liti. llroiohttls, UnmchNI Atlims. 8iohUra ronls and In uiowtlwilof the aynii'in. Contiilns no tiarcotlt-4, iKilsonn or hsl'lt forming (trim. Ak for iHMiklrt filing of rrcov rlea nnd wrtta tn ICokmnn llwratnn, I'hllndalphta, Ta for aea. lor aal by all Ivaillnf ilr'a To Be Fashionable, Woman Must Ba Ruffled From Top to Toe, De clares Margaiet Mason, SOMETHING ABOUT LATEST ' SHOWN IN WAY OF STYLES, New Tulle Halo Is An Idea In Head gear Which May Give Wearer Holler Aspect BY MARGARET MASON. Written for the United Press.) Sho ruffles her coats and she rufflos hor frocks She ruffles her hats and they ruffle her locks Sho ruffles her sleeves and her bodice so low While her temper is easily ruffled also. New York, March 13. To bo fash ionable you must be ruffled up from top to toe. Wo have been Btraight lined and slimpsy and sleek so long that once tho break was made there has been a mad revolt from the straight and narrow. The consequence is an amazing eruption of ruffles on all tho spring frocks and hatB. While most of the ruffling on tho gowns oatches you on tho hip following the approved hippy outline of tho tunic, puff mill pannier, others begin at the knee' and take a crooked aud bias path to the wnist line. Porno of the ruffles have even dared to break into thnt narrow zone about tho ankles aud on soino of tho nowest taffeta models they ripplo three deep about tho foot no long bounded only by tho straight and narrow, plain and uncompromising hem For the skirt rufflos, not or tho taf feta, from which the ontire gown is built, are tho approved materials. For the wrist rufflos and those outlining the low bodices tho same materials are the thing, although lace is also popular. Tho neck frills evolved from the taf fota medium are very chic but not as full as those of tho thiunior fabrics. New Suit Coats. Tho new suit coats are all cut with a flaring circular ruffle around the bot mom when tho suit is of serge or the heavier twilled silks. When tho suit is of the omnipresent taffeta the 'coots are finished with rufflos as full and flnniboyant as the law allows. I Sepamte silk wraps of flowered or plain Bilk ase very quaint with kimona tops and deep ruffles two or throo deep set on from tho yoke line to the finish. Tho loose sloovos of theso wraps end in deop ruffles while on upstanding one finishes the neck. As for the lints the small turban shnies almost all boast an upstanding frill ow either taffeta or net whilo the brimmed ones havo rufflos of lace, net or taffeta gathered around their crowri9 and fluffily veiling tholr brims. When you havo donned a suit whoso short jacket is finished with two fitted irculnr ruffles nnd whose skirt is just one fitted circular flounco after an other then topped it off with a tiny turban of hemp with bii upstanding frill of black net you certainly present a fashionable but scarcely a culm ami unruffled apepnranco. Halo for All aHts, Hardly in tho hat class but still some thing that goes to your head is tho new tulle halo made up for all fashiouab'o sinners in imitation of snintlier models. It is fushioued of a tulle frill that b t u tuls out from tho face in most ap proved hnlo fashion. Sinew we havo taken to hnlos It is ni wonder that waistlines are striving t lead the higher life. For evening gowm and in fact for all dressy occasions the high waist is again do rigour although tho normal lino still clings triumphant nbout your middle for middle day wear. After tho surfeit of wido girdles and sashes galore it is a promised relief from monotony that many Parisian dressmakers and designers are now favoring narrow inoh and a half girdles or rather bolts and in many Instances no girdle at all but simply a line of joining between the blouse and skirt. Of course, tho girdles will not submit to annihilation without a struggle anl so it is putting forth new lures and fascinations to hold its devotees. Girdle Is retching. Not the least of these charmers is a girdle composed of two and thn' hade or contrasting colors. Ono In a sweet pea shade of pink Is adorable. In three shades of green ,yellow or Ameri can beauty tints these girdles are Indeed lovely and it Is well to have at leajt ono about you even if the rest of your wardrobe is girdlelcss. It is sad to relate, but waistline op sport and top coats absolutely refuse to be elevated like the rest of their ilk. They must havo sunk to the lowest depths. Even the bolts that hamr around them have fallen into thei? low depths and slump loosely and dis I'ouraglngly in the roar. Horse havo hair aud no combs; rooaters hAvo combe and no hair yet they say that nature "never makes mistake. But March caat be all sunshine and balm, j i ii'. in! 'Hi! iiwii'wli Lit' 'i:ii i ii'i' It ' "- it it i a uiitaiaaati (itaiSlilllllauii:'!! I'luii i . i liiiii;,:; rsjf -M III "-ssssljll!;", ' aiiaiiiii itii llsst. " j i j i JJ "?- mi i in II n ? W Mill' M' . iri,i';i 1 II I I J I I I II I I 1 I I I M I I (saaul. H! f i f III 1 ri-a5i III r m . ill!! ItllliniiMiiiitiintiiKnimmiihitnm 7 ' am 4 a 'I ll .":iiiiiiiili!il nil lli;"" : liiijiiiaSS This cake, made by the Cottolene recipe, using only Cottolene for short-, ening, won the first prize three separate times at the Texas State Fair. Cottolene recipes are all winners, at home or elsewhere. Gotfiolemie Remember, however, that you do not need to use as much Cottolene as you would of butter or lard. Always use one-third less when cooking with Cottolene, for Cottolene goes much farther. You save money, any way you figure, if you cook with Cottolene, and your food is more wholesome and more digestible. If you will give Cottolene one fair trial, you will continue to use it for every thing except on the table. This is the recipe for the prize-winning cake, by Mrs. W. J. Stone, Dallas, Texas: Three-fourths cup of Cottolene, 2 cup sugar, 3 cups flour, 1 cup milk, 2 teaspoons baking powder, 6 whites of eggs beaten to stiff froth, 2 teaspoon lemon extract. Cream 3-4 cup of Cot tolene with sugar, add milk and flour alternately until well mixed, then add whites of eggs and extract. Grease tins and flour them; light the gas just as you place cakes in stove. Put all three layers In and cook at once. Let the cake cool an hour or so before icing. FILLING Two cup sugar and just enough water to moisten, cook until it threads from the spoon. Beat whites of 2 eggs to stiff froth, pour the boiling syrup over the whites and beat con stantly, then add 1 tcaspoonful of lemon extract and 1-2 package shredded cocoanut, and ice your cake. If icing begins to get too stiff to ice add about 2 tablespoons of boiling water and beat well. Give yourself the satisfaction of knowing what Cottolene can do. Order a pail of it from your grocer, also send to us for the interesting FREE Cook Book, HOME KELPS, written by five leading authorities. Write for it today i FrHFrTrT FAIRRANK cowpanit CHICAGO Recipe Department By BETSY WADE. rV IF Crescent eHalth Bread. I -j cups sweet milk. 1 cup flour. 2 cups Ornhaiu flour. 1 teaspoon suit. 1 tablespoon Mapleine Byrup or. mo- losses. 3 level teaspooufuls of Crescent bak ing powder. Let stand one hour. This makes ono loaf of delicious bread. oaitheu baking cups; till about 1-3 fu'J berries, pitted cherries or other small fruit; fill cup within one inch of brim with dough; set in steamer over boiling water, cover tightly and coo'c 20 minutes, keeping water in pot boiling constantly. Servo hot with, hard or foaming sauce. Dumplings for Boup. 1 cup flour. Vi tenspoou salt. 1 teaspoon Crescent baking powder. Sift together. Add 1-3 cup finely choped suet, and enough milk to make i stiff ilough. Make into dumplings sizo of marbles, drop into soup, cover, aud boil 10 minutes. Frutt Pudding. (For Fresh, Small Fruits.) 1 pint flour. 1 teaspoon Crescent baking powder, ij teaspoon salt. ' Sift together flour, salt and powde ; mix with it enough milk, or milk and water, to make dough enough to droit from spoon. Have toady well-buttered Suet Pudding, 2 eggs. 1 cup milk, i cup molasses. 'i cup finely chopped suet, 1 teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons Crescent bnking powder. 3 a'nut cups flour. 8pices to taste, 1 cup mixed chopped fruit raisins, citron, currants or almonds. Steam 2 hours and s rve with a soft sauce. Apple Dumplings. 2 cups sifted flour. teaspoon salt. 2 teaspoons Crescent baking powder. cup lard. U cup cold water. 4 apples, pared and cored. Sugar, buettr and mapleine. The Coffee Delectable For these who desire a higher quality coffee wo have prepared our fitntoiis Mocha and Java. It is a skillful blend of the genuine Mocha brought from the far-away land of Arabia and the real Java that comes only from the Island of Java. We roast and deliver it fresh to you every day. ACofU for Particular People, 45 cents the pound C M. EPPLEY Phone 93. 1800 East State Sift together flour, salt and baking powder, work in lard and mix to a dough with water. Eoll into a squaio sheet 1-3 of an inch in thicknoss and cut into four pieces. Place an apple on each pieco, fill core with sugar and small piece of butter, cover apple with dough. On each dumpling place a small piece of butter, and sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon, Into 2-3 gluss of water put 1-3 tea spoon of mapleine, pour over dumplings and baste1 serveal times while baking Dumplings for Stow of Fricasee. 1 pint flour. 1 teaspoon Crescent baking powder. ia tenspoon salt, l'i cups milk. Drop by spoonfuls into stew, bein careful not to drop more than will cover surface of liquid. Boil without raising cover for fifteen or twenty minutes. Poor Man's Pudding. cup chopped suet. rj cup s eiled raiiins. , 'i eup currants, washed, picked. 1 14 cup grated bread. 1 cup flour. I teaspoon Crescent baking powder. 'j eup brown sugar. 1 pint milk. .Mix all together well, put into well greased mold, set in saucepan with boil ing water to roach up sides of mold; steam 2 hours; turn out on dish care fully; serve with butter and sugar. Old Fashioned Apple Dumpling. 2 cups sifted pastry flour. 2 teaspoons Crescent baking powder. 1 tenspoon salt. Vi enp shortening. About 34 cup milk. Cinnamon or Nutmeg. 811 gnr. Sift together three times, flour, bak ing powder and salt, work in the short ening ami mix to a dough with milk ss needed. Roll in a square sheet 13 inch thick and cut into four pieces. Lay a cored apple on each piece, fill the cen ter with sugar and cinnamou, then dra.v up the paste to cover tho apple, make smooth, and bake in a buttered dish. When nearly baked brush over with milk, dredge with granulated sugar au.l return to oven. Serve hot with hard sauce. BELIEF PREVAILS ELEANOB WILSON WILL WED McADOO. t'xmtn runs Latsto wins.) Washington, March 13. Despite con tinned denial from the white house, the belief prevailed here today thnt Mis Klcnnor Wilson, daughter of resi dent and Mrs. Wilson, and Secretary pf the Treasury William O. McAdoo are engaged. McAdoo U a frequent visitor at the white house and hia daughter, YOU MAY pay more for baking powder, but you can not buy a purer or a better leavener than Crescent Baking Powder at 25 cents per pound Ask Your Grocer Crescent Mfg. Co., Seattle Wn. Miss Nona McAdoo, ia Miss Wilson's most intimate frienils. Miss Hello Hngn.r, Mrs. Wilson's social secretary, denied today that any such engagement existed. Secretary McAdoo refused to discuss the mattor. Mis Wilson is 25 years old and Son crctary McAdoo 50. Joseph Tumulty, President Wilson's private secertary, refused to discuss a statement from the white house to tho effect that President Wilson believe! the newspapers were entitled to all available information regarding tho president's public affairs, but that, tho press had m right to pry into family affairs, INTIMATED MINE OWNERS WILL BE DENOUNCED. ' tuxiTin rassi liasid wim.) ' Washington, March 13. The con gressional committee which investigated the Calumet copper strike Indicated yes tenlay that its report will denounce the mine owners. Insistent demand nf the mine owners that the miner givo up their union as the price of peace and their action in importning gunmen were roundly scored yesterday after noon by Chairman Taylor. . "No American torporation should deny a man the right to belong to a union." ho said. "The operator aM working along lines Intended to drive the Western Federation of Miner off the map." Taylor said the committee would delve ilectier Into the strika cnn.lltl before reporting to the house May 12. A tru friends will criticise rnnr faults.