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DIM CAPITAL JOBBSAL, SALEM, OBECOH, SATrRPAY, APK1L 13, 1912.
12 Bin i
Where the finest biscuit,
cake, hot-breads, crusts
or puddings are required
Royal is indispensable.
Royal is equally valuable
in the preparation of plain,
foods, for all occasions.
The only baking powder made
from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar
Ko Alum No Lima Phosphates
FIRE LOSS IS
HALF A MILLION
Stanford Eight-Oared Rare
Oakland, Cal., April 13. Stanford
won today's 'varsity elght-ourod boat
rnce hero. Washington wm half a
length behind the winning shell, and
California wai third, three length to
the rear of the Washington, craft.
The freshman race, two miles, wan
won by Stanford by a quarter of a
length, California second. Time 10:
It la said William 11. Hcuret foels
tlml lie would make an excellent dark
horse In cane the 1 ) I ioci at have
trouble la electing a candidate for
president. Willie Is not a dark horse,
be li only Just a little shady.
... Tho Cottago drove Leader has
ngaln changed hands, C. 0. Drydun
again, taking charge.
The Southern Pacific has served
notice on MurHhfleld that It must he
good and give the 8. P. anything and
everything It wants or It will not
build an old railroad to that place.
The answer should be an .Invitation
extended to the S. P., In polite terms
of course, to go some place where
Its ties would to be Bale, have to be
made of asbestos.
Astoria has begun work on her big
hundred million gallon storage reser
voir, In connection with the city's
The sportsmen of Jackson county
will co-operalo with the state game
warden In protecting game,
It is proposed to raise money for
the Portland Itoso show by direct
HAPPY TIIO MARRIED?
There are onhnppy married Uvea, hut large percentage ol these unhappy
home, ire due to the illneai ol the wife, mother or daughter. The feeling! of
nervoimncM, the befogged mind, the ill-temper, the pale and wrinkled lace, hallow
nd circled eyei, rcault muni ollcn I rum thoie diiorder peculiar to women. For
the woman to be liaopy and good-looking ills mint naturally have good health.
l)ragging-down fcelingi, hyntt-ria, hot-llanhea or ooiutuntly returning puini end
chei are too great drain upon woman 'i vitulity and ttrcngth, Dr. Pierce's
1'nvorlto I'reioriplnm retiire weak and tick women to tound health by regn
luling and eorreuting the local diaordcra which are generally reinomihlo (or the
hoy. dibtrctaing symptom..
"1 uflVr.'.l (jn-ntly- for a numlwr of yiwra and for the pnt three
ypati nn m IniJ Uiut. Iif v. us a inlci-ry to mo,'' wrlu-a Miw. H. l' Dies
OHM, tit Ullr-n. Ohio, Kiiuto i. "'I'll, iloolora toll) mo I woulil have to
fit In hiwi'loil txifura i winilil vir In btitti r. A yivir aim Ihla wlntor
ami Hirln 1 wita worao thim uvt'r U-turu. At rach put-Unl 1 aiiltrtil lik.
una In tunni'lil, I am tlm nmlhi'r of al children. I on no bad for
llvo innntlia Unit I knew iiinttliinK moat l ttonw, an I wroti" Ui )r. R. V.
riiirra, tflliiiK hint ua ni'iirlv na 1 imild how I aulfuml. Ho oulllnt.l a
niiiina of tniilmi'iit which I follow.1 tn lha li llir. 1 took two hutth'i
nf 'Kavorlto J'rom'HpHon' anil onaof (lolilrn Mllrnl lllanivory ' and a
llfty-runt holtlanf 'llniart-Wwl,' and hnvf never .ulTortwl nnu-h aim-a.
I who t could ti'll avnry auirprlinf woman tho world uvar what a boon
Ir. I'Iuppo '. mmlli-lnt am. Thvro la no uho waatfiiaT tlin. siui nionuy
doi-torliiK with anytlilnaT lao or any ono elae."
The Medical Advlaer by R.V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo,
N, Y., snawera lioata ol delicate queationt about which
every woman, tingle or married ought to know. Sent f-H
on raoeipt ut Jl ataiupt to puy for wrapping and mailing only.
CNiTBD russ liihid wins.)
Omaha, April 13. With a total loss
of $400,000, the Ames building, In the
heart of the retail district, was burned
today. The loss on th ebulldlng was
$100,000, and the loss to the stores In
It was $700,000.
Wheat Takes a Jump.
UNITED PBE8S LEASED Wlur. ,
Portland, Ore., April 14. Bids for
wheat In the Portland grain market
today. The loss on the building was
fers for club range as high as 98
cents track basis Portland or other
coast points. Wuestem Is now rang
ing at $1.02 a bushel and buyers are
anxious to take hold at this high
BOY KILLELI) AT
GRANTS PASS TODAY
UNITED PRESS MASKD WIRE.1
Orants Pass, April 13. Bentley
Brumbaugh, the 11-year-old son In the
family of J. E. Brumbaugh, of Grants
Pass, was accidentally shot and In
stantly killed at noon today on the
Prltchard ranch, four miles west of
Burned to Death.
( UNITED FREBS IJDiflED WIRE.
Canby, Ore., April 14. E. Rosecrans
a farmer of Needy, Ore., was burned
to death today In a fire of unknown
origin, which dostroyed the City Hotel
here, and for a time threatened to
wipe out the entire town.
The little daughter of Mrs. Eva
Bradburn, proprietress of the hotel
was knocked down by some man In
the rush to escape from the burning
building, and suffered Injuries from
which she may die. The fire loss was
Crop DlsnsPr Feared. '
UNITED PHKflB I.EAHED WIRE.)
Chicago, April 13. Wheat prices
today advanced In a manner that at
trncted widespread attention. The
cause was tlint damage to the soft
winter crop appenred to have
reached nearly the proportion of a
Many millers from interior points
bought cash wheat freely and were
not backward In confirming reports
that hundreds of fields that were ex
pected to produce a fine hnrvest,
would have to be plowed under and
utilized ns far as possible In some
other wny. The Injury, though vattt,
won said to be confined to the Htuteg
weat of tho Missouri River.
July wheat, which closed last night
at $1.00 7-8 to $1.01 today, reached
$1.04 and finished within a Bhnre of
last, night's figures.
USUALLY ONE DOSE
OR BAD STOMACH
(iot n Bad Fall
Tlils morning, about 10:45, ns Miss
Ora Constable, daughter of C. O. Con
stahlo, was descending the steps of
the U. S. Natlonid bank building -f i'uui
the second floor to tho first floor of
the building, she stumbled and fell al
most the full length of the stairs. The
force of the fall was partly checked
by a gontleninn who wus Just begin
ning the ascent, and who caught her.
She was taken to the office of IlelBley
ft Kelsloy, on tho second floor, where
she was given every at tention. I lor
splno was Injured, but the extent of It
cannot at this time he determined,
but there were no other Injuries, ex
cept some bruises and a severe shak
01 tm natn
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If what you Just ate Is souring on
your Btomach or Ilea like a lump of
lead, refusing to digest or you belch
gas and eructate sour, undigested
food or have a feeling of dizziness,
heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste
In mouth and stomach headache
this Is Indigestion.
A full case of Papea Diapepsln
costs only 50 cents and will thorough
ly cure your out-of order stomach,
and leave sufficient about the house
in case some one else in the family
may suffer from stomach trouble or
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula plainly printed on these
50-cent cases, then you will under
stand why dyspeptic trouble of all
kinds must go, ' and why Diapepsln
always relieves sour, out of order
stomachs or Indigestion in five min
utes, Diapepsln is harmless and
tastes like candy, though each dose
contains power sufficient to digest
and prepare for assimilation Into the
blood all the food you eat; besides, It
makes you go to the table with a
healthy appetite; but what will please
you most, Is that you will feel that
your stomach and Intestines are clean
and fresh, and you will not need to
resort to laxatives or liver pills for
bllliousness or constipation.
This city will have as many Dia
pepsln cranks, as some people will
call them, but you will be cranky
about this splendid stomach prepara
this minute, and forever rid yourself
of stomach trouble and indigestion.
Notice for Bids.
Notice Is hereby given that the com.
mon council of the city of Salem, Ore
gon, Invites sealed bids for the mak
ing of an improvement of North High
street from the north line of Court
street to the North line of Marlon
street with Standard Bitullthic Pave
ment, Light Standard Bitullthic Pave
ment, Light Gravel Bitulithic Pave
ment, Heavy Gravel Bitullthic Pave
ment, El-Oso Pavement, El-Oso Pave
ment Number Four (4), Crushed Rock
Concrete Pavement, Gravel Concrete
Pavement, Asphalt Pavement, Asphal
tlc Concrete Pavement, Hassam Pave
ment, Granocrete Concrete Pavement
or Dolarway Pavement, In accordance
with the plans, specifications and es
timates on file In the office of the city
recorder of said city, which are here
by referred to and made part of this
Said bids will bf opened on or after
the 22d day April. 1912, at or about
7:30 o'clock ji. m., In open council
meeting In the city hall, In Salem, Ore
gon. Each bid submitted must be ac
companied by a certified, check equal
In amount to 10 per cent of the
bid. The city of Salem reserves the
rglht to reject any and all bids. This
notice Is published for five successive
days In a dally newspaper published
In the city of Salem, Oregon, the date
of the first publication being April 13,
CHAS. F. ELGIN, City Recorder.
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Wm. L. Cook, Prop, the Bee Hive
Store, Neihart, Mont, says the Belt
canon running from Belt to Neihart
Is the most picturesque spot In all
Montana. He writes, "I recommend
If you ever try a little for Foley's Honey and Tar Compound to
i.ii.i..- . ... .... all my customers and am never dlsap
"""8"""" " O'"!1 Iua J U,Cr po,nted u gWeg begt reflultg for
Btomach trouble and Indigestion. couchs and colds of anything I sell."
Get some Pape's Diapepsln now, Red Cross Pharmacy
Oregon Made !
ALL WOOL 1
Special Price Monday and Tuesday
SOLD BY OTHERS AT $35 TO 110.
466 COURT ST.
Visit Kingwood Tomorrow
The season Is on now In full blast. Every week
day brings Its quota of eager Investigators and
scores of busy people are attracted each Sunday to
this beautiful spot.
Promise yourself a treat tomorrow.
Unless you have kept thoroughly posted as to
the development work at Kingwood Park you cer
tainly have a surprise in store when you vlBit It
We make the statement boldly that before the ;
summer Is well under way Kingwood Park will be
the center of the greatest home-bulldlng activity
ever known In the hlBtory of Salem.
And there Is going to be no let up. In addition
to the home building there will he constant Im
provement and development worl: throughout the
Kingwood and Kingwood Heights are destined to
become the premier high-class residence district of
Its to your advantage to select a building site
now while large lots on graded streets with ce
ment walks In and paid for can be bought from
$300 to $C50 on easy terms.
Capitol Trust Company
Bechtel & Bynon, Sales Agents
347 State Street Main 452
Now Has All Modern
It is ready for you to establish an ideal home in an
environment most pleasing.
1 no Oaks addition is located six blocks north of the Cap
tol Building in tho residence center, with two street car lines
on the property, 4
A reasonable building restriction assures you The Oaks
addition will become Stem's most exclusive residence dis
trict, . X' ,
While you are thinking the matter you had better come
out and' select your lot before te other fellow gets it,
All are large lots, and by pi om action you
a facing in any direction you wish. .
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ka tiai nit
For renewing furniture, screens, woodwork, etc., etc., cannot
be excelled. Can be applied by any one and dries In a day.
Call for color card showing shades, prkces Reduced.
Regular 20c Can now 15c.
Regular 30c Can now 25c
Regular 90c Can now 75c
Liquid Granite A
The best and most eaBlly applied sanitary kalsomlne on the
market; works equally well on Iron, wood or plaster; ho
laps or creases shown
Price Per 5-pound pkg, 50c
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biB itt jtf tttt totA JpfeA
for linoleums, mattings, floors, etc., keeps them clean
duced by one-half. Price 50c np
Lots Sold on Easy Payments
'wiers on brdun
Phone 617 or J. H. Scolt, Sales Agent,
over Chicago Store, Phone 1552.
S. 4. 5 cutting blades. 12. 14, 16. and 20 Inches In length
Plain bearings, priced up from $2.50.
Hall bcarlnps, priced up from f 4.00.
Grass catchers, 50c to 11.00.
Sickles, 2:c. 30c, 40c and 4Ro each.
(iarden t..ls. f.c to 50c. Hakes, shovels, hoes, garden sets.
Phoenix Pure Paint
The kind that stands the climate, and has stood It for 25
years. We have It In assorted colors, always on hand. This
Is the highest priced ready-mixed paint on the market, and
will last the longest. Call for color card. Price per gallon
$1.25 five-gallon can $1.20
Make Oregon fir look like oak and other hard woods. Prices
35c, 50c, 85c per bottle; crack filler and prepared wax for
In colls of 50 feet, with couplings,
one-half Inch. Price $3.75, $5.00 and
$6.50 per coll.
Three-fourth Inch, price $4.50 per
foil and up.
See our guarantned crack proof rub
ber hose, without kink, break or crack
Full Line of Builders and Shelf Hardware
466-472 Stat? Street. Phone 19
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