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l THE DAIICAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. 1919.
CHEZ WITH KRAIERZ
ow much- is
Suppose that for one cent you could in
sure the quality of your cake, biscuits,
eta, wouldn't that be real economy?
Well, one cent is about the difference in
the cost of a whole cake or a pan of bis
cuits made with Royal Baking Powder
as compared with cheaper baking pow
ders made from alum or phosphate a
trifle, indeed, to insure the quality and
wholesomeness of your baking.
Tq)'fW $k f Baking
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from Grapes
Royal Contains No Alum-
No Bitter Taste
Local Labor Bureau Office
Has Strong Demad for Men
keepers in the rural district, tlireo wo
men are wanted and 'they will li-c paid
from $25 to $M a month. Just at pres
ent tho bureau 1ms not been able to
fill all calls for farm laborers.
If out of a job, one should apply to
tho IJ. S. lubor bureau on Liberty
street just south of the Mnlem Hank
of Commerce. The cull this week is
for farm hands and the wages offered
aro $2 a 'lay for short time laborers
and from $Mi to $"ir a month for thoso
who intend to stay. This of course in
cludes board and lodging.
Mill (!itv jiint in a full ftr giv n.nn
to work in a snw mill at 40 cents an I0' 1000 worth of """scd property
hour. "Wood bucks" are wanted by intho Pleasant Point school district to
the Willamette Valley Lumber com-! tho highest in the county, $20.80 on ev
pany for tho Black Rock camp, and 1 cry assessment of tlOUO at bcotts Mills.
School Taxes In Marion Show
Wide Variation In Districts
When It comes to taxes .levied for
school purposes in Marlon county, tho
levy runs all the way from 60 cents on
will rapidly improve your
liver and putting stomach
and blood in good order.
Urinl Sale of Anr Medicine b) the World.
Said vwywhorva ia bout, 10 25a.
Phytic Spellh FaYorel By
LiDranans Makes a;
Miss Cornelia Marvin, state libra
rian, hs a aurober of highbrow liter
ary friends in the east who are advo
cate of phonetic spelling. In fact, it
is the librarians back east who are in
clined to favor spelling according to
the natural way instead of that found
in the old Xoah Webster blue back
These highbrow librarians not onlv
j believe in phonetic spelling but occa
sionally practice wnat they preach.' At
a recent meeting of librarians, held at
a resort in the Adirondack mountains,
tne proprietor or ine resort was in
sympathy with the new idea of spell
in? and so much so that he had print
ed in phonetic all menus during the
One of Miss Marvin's literary
friend was kind enough to send one
of the menus and al.-o tho program
for the dav.
Now when it conies to the evening
program with a recital by a symphony
sextette, the program reads: "Hesvtal
by Boston siiufoni sextet. Laqesyd
muzic room." Jt reads quite easv
Other information is as follows: "Ar
rnnjements hav been made with the hy
school to turmoil cailili.. All gests lulz
must be paid to the cashier. Put lc
stamp on yur mngazinz and Bend to
The menu for one of the evening sup
pers at Lnkesvil included the follow
ing: ".Sausaj omelet and eg to orii
'old ham or Turki or Pikld nuklz.
Thetis salad mnvonuiz. I'eleri salad
French dresin. "
Other good things to eat via the
phonetic routo were ns follows: "Kolz,
raizin geinz, preservd penrz, spvs cake.
fresh pynapl," and best of all, "Cotzj
cue, witn krakerz. "
I v .. . .
COAST BOYS AMONG
(Continued from Tago 1.)
these ' men aro offered 45 cents" an
Tho hop yards aro calling for labor
erg and tho wages offered are 30 cents
an hour and keep yourself. This '
based on about tho same pay as (ho
fnrm laborer nt $2 a day and keep.
Tho employment Iburenu can givo,
employment for two janitors. As house
From tho lowest assessment of six
teenths of a mill in tho l'lensant Point
district, other districts witn a low
troit districts, eacn with a levy of seven-tenths
of a mill. Taxpayers in theso
tw0 districts havo'onlv 70 conts to pay
on ench $1000 assessed.
Other districts that have a low school
tax nre St. Louis, Eldrldgo and the
wmto district, each with nine-tenths of
With Scotts Mills having the highest
school levy in the county other districts
with lnrgo school levies are Htnyton
with 10.6 mills, Woodburn with 12.8,
miverton With 12.2 nulls and Kalem
with 7.2 mills.
Whole Grain foods
contain valuable Quali
ties especially worth
while for those who
wish sturdy bodies.
-among cereal foods -is
best known for its
Qualities. A real food,
appealing in form &
The Wheat & Barley Food
, No raise in price during
or since xne wan
Hurnett, Khimnth Fait.
Company F M. K. Heppenstnll, Port
land; Corporal John F. lireske, Port
land; Walter Klenimer, Silvprton; Ax
tell Jenson, Junction City; Philip Lchey
Company O Lieutenant Francis M
Phelps, ISalem; Hobert Lindeian, Ru-
tus; O. It. Htevens, Cuslunun,
Company E Corporal Floyd Wester
field, Onus Valley.
Company H James Lockhnrt, Lake
view; E. J. Thinggurd, llilsdale; Don
E. Raymond, Waldo; Luther Foster
Pield and Staff Gordon Vorhies,
Portland; Allan C. Hopkins, Corbm.
Headquarters Cornolius Myers, Cen
Many With the 361th.
In tho 364th infantry the following
are Orpgnnians and are at Camp Mills,
in flew York, where they will be dis
patched for western camps, either in
California Or Camp Lewis, noon
Headquarters Ross E. Wiley, Reed;
Frank A. Howe, Lebanon; Richard Kol
lcr, New Pine Creek; Albert West, 8cio.
supply company: Cupt. Albort Roll
ing, Portlnnd; Lieutenant Milo li. Coop
er, Oregon City.
Machino gun company Burton T,
(Ireen, Klamath Falls.
Medical corps Richard II. Gray.
Portland; Mike H. Hi mum.
Company A Carl L. Brown, Eaclo
t:reek; Bert Carr, Portland.
Headiiunrters company Maior Prod
crick Rase. Seaside.
Company I Captain Ray Walker. In
Company K Boyd Owens. Fossill:
winfiold Kobson, Harbor.
Company L linns fl. Biismussen.
Company M William Barton, Lake-
view; Walter li. Haines. Portland.
La Touraine brought Captain Donald
Rowe of Portland in tho Sixth chemical
warefaro service. One Oregon man on
the Alaskan was Lloutcnant Daniel
Plowman, Portland, of the Ht. Nazairc
casual copipany, No. 611. .
The following casuula were on the
Maui: Brest casual company 132, Wal
ter P. George; Company M, Eighth in
fantry, Lnrvan, Or.; Johu Ross, Com
pany E, 319th engineer, Ontes, Or.;
James Higgle, headquarters company.
Eighth infantry, Independence; Robert
M. Hichards, Company B, Eighth in
Army Recruiting Office to
Be Reopened in Salem Soon
Having discontinued tho roeruitini?
station in Hulom last September, the
war department is once again prepar
ing to open recruiting stations throneh
ont the country and will establish one
in this city.
The war department -wants 50,000
NOW READY TOR YOUR INSPECTION
Trimmed Hats-J3.50, $4.50 $5.00.
$6.50, $7.50 and $9.00
Hundreds cf new hnts, including the charming model sketched ($7.00)
which i a type much affected by the younger women, and nothing
in recent years has been so artistic and becoming. Pokes in smaller
sizes, Sailors of all kinds, including the 'Mitzi " Turbans, Tains and
various other close fittins kinds, new droop effects and cornered
hats-all are in this collection. Plenty of black, navy blue,' brown,
red, henna and du-.-tt, also the new light shades such as turquoise, Du
Barry rose, etc. Flowers and fruits in new effects aro used wings
are a very important feature and high-class imported and American
mado novelties are used unsparingly. V0 also call attention to the
many Ribbon-trimmed huts, including the soft frilled ribbon brims.
Also New Ready-to-Wear Kats
Copied from high priced models; and shown
colors. Prices. $0.05 to $1:
in tho sen-son 'a best
Girls' Spring Millinery $2.75 to $7.00
The newest .School Huts and Sports Hats, the latest ideas in Dress
Hats, including the new Pokes and tho lnrgo Soft Huts with flat
Girls' Latticed Straw Hats at $3.50
The entiro Hat is mado of latticed or interwoven straw braids, In
pretty color combination. Home trimmed with silk ribbon.
(Old White Corner Bliilding)
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
-r-r - fJL-, aW 1
but option is given any soldier apply
iug for his dischurge at the eipiration
of one year.
Men who have had some army ex
perience or have served in the navy
are especially wanted and these wen
can enlist for one year. Tho pay and
allowances are tho samo as during the
All men accepted in the northwest
are to bo sent to the San Francisco
It is probnlilo that a permanent fe
cruiting office will be established in
Kulcrn at an early (lute, nergeant r.
U. I'Vench feud Corporal Arthur T
Toy will arrive in the city this eveniny
to make arrangements for npvrung tue
utati.n U.li IV.rnirAl TV.V .ml NliT.
men Immediately for tervlee In thet i-rench have been in charge of
seas. Enlistments arc for three yearn which period most of this work should
be uttended to. I am leaving here about
the middle of this month and will prob
ably only bo in Portland a few times
"!'or the above reasons solely. I will
not bn able to accept the appoint
ment." Gainesville, Kla., April 2. Four hits
ami four runs in four times at bat was
Larry Doyle's record in tho Ginnt's bat
ting fest. Fifteen hits were tamered
I by tho regulars in 7 innings.
30 DROiy-JTOIlT crn in i c
Amerinam nexpelitlonaTy )ptfcci over
Fight to WinF
The Nation demands strong
men strong women and robust
children. Wisdom suggests that
every proper means of safeguard
ing the vital forces and building
up of resistance, be utilized.
affords definite he!p to those who
are "fighting to win" against
the ir roods of weakness.
Soott'o-. abundant in tonic- 4 :A
nutrirtit propcrtiet, builds up C3i
the hody by Natnre't methods. I U,
the army recruiting station at times.
Governor Olcott today appointed K.
D. Kilham, of Portland, to succeed Col
Coo. li. Kelly as a member of the sol
diers and sailors commission. Col. Kelly
sent in the following letter in dccliuirg
to serve on the commission:
"I am just in receipt of your fi. vor
of March i!Wth, stating that you have
appointed me a member of the soldiers'
anil sailors' commission.
'l am In full sympathy with this
work and realize the importance of it.
and cm fully aware of the facj that it
should be given a great deal of time
and thought. If I were going to be in
Portland during the next few months, I
I would gladly accept ths duty, but I will
only be in Portland at rare intervals be
tween now and September next, during
Uou re old
enough to know I? Z
1 rr JTv
"Figure the real
you get out of a
small chew of genu
ine tobacco and the
way it lasts and
good old Gravely
has got your or
dinary plug backed
off the map."
Good taste, smaller chew,
longer life is what m. k. Gen
uine Grtvslrco.t lets to chew
than ordinary plug.
for binUel chiwit pluf.
REAL CHEWING PLUG
Plug packed in pouch.