22, 1920. jgOSDAY.AFKIL RAt On H. C: l. . red; more THE CAPITAL JOURNAL. ! of American Singers, New York; " conductor o, the St. Louis w.:iy orciiestra; . rank La Forge, .. - raveure, A. Walter k'mrn,, nr HJltrAIV It I Ore - "u Au,erica- w Chapman of LiJ' 1 v ..e York Ittibensteln club and DA11ltC Wantpd!Heinlc- Mat,nauer. Destlnn and many dicatlon of his standing in the musical .twck on the high cost oi ciom-. world. tet ' naur o , , c hnli officials and .N7 m ncr-iri 7 mtnv tW-an" nosttmned until i rrder to givt more I " '.,ti,m and enlistr hr oreanuauuu - -- Zr that date new clothes and while ii.mi will be ,cpiwt building. Mechanic Returns strictly taboo about After Schooling AV Feilan, tractor mechanic with Vick Brothers, "has Just returned from field. I3 being returned to its former place on top of Waller fcr.l. It was found several years ago that the roof of the building was not safe for the big belt and It was removed to the tower. But in rebuilding the room, it hail been mnria -1- . . - f'6 cMoytfl 9j initt the bell can be restored t Us old posi- ,uon .ana the workmen are now pre paring for the remrV7il ,:.,K probably be made an evtnt ly tha u-! denjs. . There is & tradition that the bell shall only be runr -hi vm.m-o haa scored a victor? aeaiasr m. nK. ,er college, and ths only exception to! , thla n.u v.. -- .... . HM vwa uu patriotic occa sions. . - Roosevelt's terms and three years dur ing the Wilson administration. Recently1 he has been engaged in the real estate business at Burns. HAWATIAX, M, WFJ)S. Honolulu, T. II., March 26. Ha waiian records for the Issuance of marriage licenses to agod persons were broken rewntly when a man of 89 years obtained a license to wed a woman 61 years old. The gromo was William S. Kioula. a widower, and the bride - Mrs. - Lakalia Wahineuui.' a widow. Kioula was born the year fol lowing the landing of the first Christian missionaries in Hawaii. mi. " . . . .. - l.Kn,.nl In tha khaki-old clothes move. In Sa. -J Portland where for the past two weeks . the result of a mass meeting! he baa been attending a. Samson serv t n, W tn,, Wednesday ! ice school.. This school wan rrn.iut.,i i ... . . - .. - .. .... imitv - m,ii It is not expected that' by the Samson Tractor conpany and fco'have enlisted in the move will ; as attended by service men from the ..in new denim or khaki uni.- .entire; state. burlng the Bchool each a tha spirit of the move will, re- model of tractor .and trdck as well as f0-that no ntw clothing with the he farm -implements were gone into mire,""1' ... i-t,.i,i k. thoroiiEhlv. tn-h mnxhin. !.,.;.- -..Mini-or aenini i s Ctea for a pwjuu Titer, in the move; including sev- jnariment heads, declare mat tirtly dis assembled and explained be fore the students. . . . v Before a .mechanic is allowed to !T. .i,r,io aw nd stick work .on ' Samson Droducts he mM Ldim A committee consisting' first ha'e passed a successful examt M 'nt Laborer Commissioner Grain nation at this Bervice school. This as I R B. Goodin, state purchasing aures the farmer dependable, service -rt. has been pp--- - "- ! 'n ,K . " V ". 7t Farre Appointed As County Judge Gov. Olcott Wednesday announced , the appointment of William Farre of I Burns as county Judge of Harney joun: ty. to fill the vacancy by the death in Portland Ust wetk of Judge H, C. Levans. Judge Farre has been & resident of eastern Oregon for 35 years, the great er part of that time being spent in Harney county. He was for 16 years register of the land office at Burns, being appointed by Fresident Roose velt in 1902, serving through both of r gate in?. the feasibility of cooperative buy- On the last day of the course a pub lic demonstration was given near Portland during which the model M and the Samson iron horse were used. Vick Brothers entire force of some 30 men. went aown for this day. Public Forum ataw. Or.. Apr. 20. To the Editor. -Please put in the head lines of your T 1 D H rp .aper "Patch Your Pants and Save V ILIVIJ DCll 1 U Overalls." The farmers might need a jew pair when the old ones, they have now. F 8 tnere i8n t t,nouBh to hold the threads for more patches. FARMERS WIFE. famous Teacher Of Voice Added Be Returned To Waller's Tower Willamette university's historic vic tory bell, which for the past ten years has been hung in the picturesque bell tower at the corner, of the athletic To School Staff CAUELKSS SILVMPOOIKG SPOILS THE ILUIt 1 Seattle. Wash., Apr. 22. Coupled SPOILS THE ILUIt with the announcement of the sum- . " mer school session of the "-r - - .Jc (c School of Music of Seattle, which will Soap should be used very carefully, continue from July 17 until Septomber if you want to keep your hair looking 4, is the news that not less a personage its best ' Most soaps and prepared than Sergei Kligansky of New York shampoos contain too much alkali, irill head the list of visiting teachers This dries the scalp, makes the hair tor the terra. Mr. Klibansky is prob- brittle and ruins It. , . ably the leading master of voice in The best thing for steady use is America today and numbers some of Mulsifled . cocoaftut oil shampoo the most distinguished singers In the wh(ich is pure and greaseless,) and country among his pupils. One of these is better than anything else you can who Is well known In tho northwest Is use. , Lotta Madden, who was formerly a One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse resident of Seattle, but for a number the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simp of years has been in New York. Mr. ly- moisten the hair with water -and Klibansky has letters and recommv.i- rub it In. t makes an abundance of dations from such noted musicians as rich, creamy lather, which rl-wc out Josef Stransky, conductor of the New easily, removing every particle of York Philharmonic orchestra; Alfred dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. Hertz, of the San Francisco Symphony The hair dries quickly and evenly orchestra; tliorpio Polacco, formerly and it leaves the scalp soft, and the tonduetor of the Metropolitan and hair fine and Bilky, bright, lustrous, Chicago opera companies; AValtef H. fluff y and easy to manage. Eothwell, conductor of the Los An- You can get Mulsifled cocoanut oil gclen Philharmonic .orchestra; Frank shampoo at any phrmacy, it's very Dam.!!, rilmetnr at the Institute of cheap, and a few ounces will supply ilnslcal Art. Nf.w York: William W. every, member Of the family Himhaw, director of the Opera Com- hiontMs. ' for (adv) Not A Blemuin muj me perfect appearance of her com plexion. Perminml and temporary skin troubles are effertiwlu concealed. Keducet un natural color and rtretn 1 greasy skms. Highly nriseotic. i jiusea witn Dcnetictal results as U curative agent for 70 years. , ii iSHwitHJutfUHiH G.F. Whitting Sale 6 room house full of furniture FRIDAY, APRIL 23 1 o'clock 1243 Front Street 1 table, 9 feet, oak; 4 dining chairs, oak; 4 leather rockers, oak; 1 Morris chair, oak; 1 mahogany chair; 2 kitchen chairs; 1 settee; 1 wood bed, oak and springs; 1 iron bed and springs; 1 center table, oak; 1 Columbia phonograph; 1 heating stove; 1 range;' 2 dressers; 1 refrigerator; 1 small table; 1 new Ford radiator; 1 good Ford ear; 1 sewing machine; a lot of pictures; 1 stock saddle; 1 wash stand; 20 I yards linoleum; 1 gas stove oven; a lot of cooking utensils; 1 kitchen table; 1 copper boiler; 1 ringer. 2 wash boards; 12 tubs; 10 feet gar den hose; fruit jars; ironing board; 1 lawn mower; 1 coal oil lamp, special; 1 clothes basket; 1 large mincer; and other articles too num erous to mention; everything you need in a house. I am going to Cal ifornia for the summer. , ... V . . "J ' Come And Bring Your Neighbors. Be There at 1 o'clock, A pril 23 G.F.Whitting Owner 1242 Front Street Salem, Oregon. G.Satterlee Auctioneer Phones 11771211 404 Ferry Street WE BEY OK SF.LL ON COMMISSION" ALL KIXDS OF Itl'.AL ESTATK AND TRACTS " Another Royal Suggestion BISCUITS, BUNS and ROLLS From the New Royal Cook Book BISCUIT l What de light this word sug gests. So tender they fairly melt in the mouth, and of such glorious flavor that the appetite is never satis fied. These axe the kind of biscuits anyone can make with Royal Baking Powder and these unusual recioes. Biicmts 4tenpoonalorlI)aktBff - 14 teaspoon salt I lablespooos shorUntsf It cup milk o half milk 4 ball watet , 81ft together Boor, 'taking pow der and salt, add shortening and tub la very lightly: add liquid lowly; roll or pat on floured board to about on Inch la thickness (handle as little as possible); ut with biscuit cutter. Bak in hot otcb It to 20 mis Utea. Royal Cinnamon Bust Pi eup four 1 teaspoon salt 4 teaspoons Royal Biking Powder 5 tablespoons abort eciEf XM( . U cup witer tteupsugar a teaspoons etsnitnon tablespoons seeded raisins Sift I tatitfspaons of measured sugar with flour, salt and bak ing powder; rub shortening la lightly; add beaten eeg to water tad da liowly. Roll out M inch powde: Atsclirtzfy Pure thick o ilourvd tosfd: brash with BMited buttr. eirtmkl with utar ciaaamoB tn4 raisias. Roll at tor yuy roil; cut into 1H lack rees; Iac with cut ditw tip ob wn-greaaed aa: rrinkl with a lltt) lucvr and cinnameB. Bak in nodrat wwt M to 35 mtsuMe; reinuv from pan at . - Parktr House Sclt 4riflur 1 tupBinlt t tiMn Royal Sakiat Powder 3 tibW-uwHiBs lhortlJit ' Sift flmr, salt ai4 tVtBf iow. tier tocether. Add melted short eslag to nailk and add slowly to dry lagredtents ctiiTing until rnooUt. Knead lightly on floured beard Bed roll out Inch tliicL Cut with biscuit eutter. Cress each circle with' lack of knif on sid ef ctnter. Butter the mall e.nlea and fold larrer part well over the small. Place en hscb arart In ttvaiwd pan. Allow to stand 15 minutes in warm iue. Bruoh each with melted balt'r and bk in mode rate even la to Zt imnuUs. FREE WrUe TOPAT for th Nw Royal Cook Book; con tains 4f other recluei Jt i dellKhtmi as thfse. Will hw you how to add later st and variety to your meal. Address BOTALBAXOtO powsn CO. )U FoH g(nt BtwTwkCNr , "Bake with Royal and be Swe" Ed XOMWaSMiT OJSAWS"' ili I .r 5- Use Aladdin to dye your blouse, vtsls. CCi fin ,T"- .1 CW.y eloves, stockings, underwear, corsets, . yNoJyjCliCi . IB I sl ViHl JrC the newest, most fasWontblt colors, v vnTV vVU' BUM J'n Anything which can be washed can ha AiT-A IB H I & dyed exactly the color yon want it with lVAM CleaiiG aif it PoliGhesw I SI w (The Old White Coiner) Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store Misii For All Furniture and Woodwork 3Qc to $3 Sizes At Ail Dealer More New Goats and Suits For Women and Misses Disolavs of Readv-to-Wear were never more interesting than at the present time. Added to our already splendid as sortments are many new models, just arrived, bringing with them new originations which Dame Fashion has highly ap proved. It would be impossible to present an assemblage of apparel that more truly portrays the vogue and then you'll find our prices unequaled for lowness, quality, style and finish considered. V New Spring Coats Are Here In Abundance We cannot recall ever having had a finer showing of Coats, Certainly the diversity of styles is greater than ever before and that means every woman will have a better opportunity to suit her own individuality. Coats of Polo Cloth, Bolivia, Velour, Tricotine and the ever popular mixtures. Models for sport, street and dress wear in short, three-quarter and full length models and prevailing Q K A K( colors ranging in price from....J)JLi7tlV TO tyti I OVJ $40 to $45 Coats $32.50 Great many attractive styles from which to choose very newest Spring Models, some made with narrow belts, all the new shades including taupe, plum, trown, green, navy and Pekin blue. COO Jtrt , Sizes 16 to 44. Special tPOU0J And another Group of Misses and Women's new Spring Coats in various colors and materialas, values QOi UK to $35.00. Special O Remarkable Values in New Spring Sweaters SDlendid new line of Sweaters in every conceivable design the Spring season nas prouueeu including enp-on, iuuu uu . ' Coat models. Some made with leather belts, others with sashes, fringed, etc. Colors copen, salmon, rof-e, flesh, tur quoise, orange, green, American Beauty and contrasting 8:.!!"g!!g $6.75 $15.00 $35.00 to $42.50 Women's Suits $29.50 New garments constantly arriving keep our display fully repre sentative at all times. Serges, tricotines, twills and tweeda are favored suit materialas. , Special group of Misses' and Women's high class Suits from one of America's foremost makers ; various colors and materials, in a variety of new and attractive models, superbly tailored garments, in a good range of sizes. Regular $12.50. Q9Q K( Special - ,- &irOy Misses' and Women's Spring Dresses $24.75 Go where you will you won't find another lot of new stylish Spring , Dresses at so low a price, made up in Taffeta, Messaline, Georgette Crepe, Jersey and some Serge Dresses, newest and best colors. Short, medium or full length sleeves, away below &OA 'JK regular values. Special ; - vrx New Spring Skirts Street and Sport Skirts made up in a large assortment of styles, developed in the much wanted plaid and checked materials; also striped and plain colors in Tricotine, Serge, Velous and Wool, Poplin, Plaited Models and K A QOO HZ tailored styles. Priced P Olf TO J7 I O $7.50 Poplin Skirts $4.75 A special purchase oi one hundred mercerized poplin Skirts, in a . good assortment of sizes, materials and colors. rjg ! ml ll itfi 11 U h hi Mm h Great Variety of Trimmed Hats $7.50 In smart styles for Young Ladies and Women, very newest mod eLs, small, medium and large sizes in various ?r7 PA V w S3.50 materials. Snecial And a big lot of new and pretty sailor Hats, Friday and Saturday, Special Tcrc LcrCn Wris The CmM Journal Want Acls Bring ResuPis , ,. ' ( ..... ..