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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1919.
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Tasto
: STATE HOUSE.
There wns a brisk meeting oif the
highway commission in Portland yes
terday, when thev were called mjion to
consider 11 different bids for tho half;
niillinn liliu'tt nf (h-ccnti roiid hnn.ls.
The suecWul bidders were Loomia '
and (loss, and A. H. 1-nch of Huston, 1
with the U. . National Hank of Port-
ask ron p,, . r
Tlw Ordinal S'tU- SX' ': V V X
he OrWrud Food-Drink For All Age.
Kindred Yardage ,
Assortments and Qualities that will make Salem Ma
BY THE WAY, COTTON SEEMS TO HAVE
TOUCHED BOTTOM AND IS AGAIN ON
THE RISE. LOOK TO YOUR NEEDS NOW. .
Cambrics, Nainsooks, Batistes, Persian Lawns, Mus
lin to meet Your every requirement.
In Flesh and White, :6 and 40 inches wide a
very fine fabric, yard...' 50c and 60c
Pink and White with blue carnation or clover
pattern, HO inches wide, yard 43c
In plain colors of pink, blue and while, yard... 40c
Another white at 33c
White with small, dainty figurse, :0 in., yd... 50c
An unbearable value in a fine cotton fabric
at pre-war prices, yard 20c
SUTAMA SILK :
In pink, blue, light green and white a Jac
quard figured material 27 inches wide, real
ly worth more 23c
INVINCIBLE SUITINGS are at once recognized as
Cotton Fabrics of superior qualities for Children's
Creepers, Rompers and Dresses. Plain and striped,
pink and blue, yard 33c
st!!ja.mv?ifi. 'hi Lhmmm
One of the distinctive qualities of food
baked with Royal Baking Powder is
This is health insurance of such vital
importance that millions of women
bake at home just to be sure that
Royal Baking Powder is used.
Remember the adage "Bake it with
Royal and be sure,"
lan il, a close second, their bid lining i were a twelve jnilo stretch of post
within ."i0 of the bid of tho Huston ! road (between Lowen and Crane in
firm who took the bonds lit -Hi7,00f j Harney county, and a 4U mile streetch
or at I discount of ;!2,Ui)0. This is between Hurns and Simtex.' The com
Hl'ijfhtlv lower thnu the price obtained : mission authorized the preparation of
last full on similar bond.
ln the line of highway business, the
commission revived )roHsals for eon-1 the extent Of M),(I00.
struction wmrk kin several projects Tho offer of Washington comity to
which if curried through will invoiro i roinliin tho ipnvSng and grading eon
an estimated expenditure of l,750,-J tracts on tho stretch 'between Gaston
000. Those comprise 4 Hiiiilca of grad-anu
ing, 42 miles of combined grading and j
macadamizing, and 4H miles of pavin(. I
Further road fxtcmtiun considered !
RIchMilk, Malted Grain Extract In Poi tint
OTHERS ar IMITATIONS
these two projects with the undVratand-
jinn that the comity will cooperate to
roresi urove was accepted, ana ji
"as decided to pace tho highway thru
Carlton, in Yamhill county to a Width
of 10 feet, the city to do the balance
tho Work. No bids wore received
by the commission 'on the short unit
of highway bctweeu Hoseburg and Dil
Inrd, or the unit between iieona and
Drain, and these two projects will be
readvertlised. . 1 ,
Tho state library has recently pur
chiiBcd a set of ibooks that will be of
unusual interest to Oregon readers
"Early Western Travels" a collec
tion of descriptive and biographical
books dealing with the most noted trav
elors who found their way into the
Pacific coBst country in the early part
of tho Will century. These- are compil
ed by gome of the most capable writers
and are tho result of nil immense
amount of research ; Aside from giving
the must valuable information as to
the building of the western empire,
these books are equal to the most thrill
ing fiction in their tales of conquat
and development. These books give a
largo place to Oregon, which in those
day was a realm of mystery and ro
mance. State Librarian Cornelia Marvin
thinks that Oregoninna would be great
ly benefitted by a closer study of Am
erican history, especially as it is pre
jsented in some of the modern compil
atious, such as Ferrund's "J'evelop
iment of the I'uited .States," which
! Judge MoCnmmant has declared to be
one of the most fnwimitiug books of
ithe day. Who is sending out a letter to
the librarians of the state, urging them
to emphasise this clnss of rending, and
i calling attention to tho fact that very
j little time is given to American his
tory in the public schools. Hie sug
gest tho oryniiication of history cilirbs
as a means of creating a greater in
Iterest in a ibranch that is both iufor
, ma'ion and culture.
Hince September 1 the rainfull at
Pendleton hit been 11.34 incites, nearly
an inch more than the normal.
Contracts for 105.24 miles of road
work will lie let Tuesday by the state
highway commission, providing the bids
are not too high.
Caby Wakes Up
after its fond has been tli-re-sted is it should be.
Winch is best done liy civin?
TS Inlwil.' uJ Cki!a-a RctvUtav
Thousands of wise mother know from ncttisl
CTpenenre that there ia nothin better t:-.an tl.ifi
T--m.irkaMj remedy for overc-oniin innstirvitHii-,
Ciinhocj, fcvrr.hr.ess ami other baby ttiHil.iis.
This MfiriwisW- p-w.ira-i.-si I .SvJuiryhirmifM
-mniiuis M -K.:ca, canouci, iiOk4 1. ,..!..- I.i.n.;
It rir bHv h fiwdit. eric", or tm her vn-'-r H
rnt bi-mg .. r ' Mr. Wiriow 1 s. -v: ami
. teu-scam htl.tx .id hpyy imucj ihjl loUow.
Al all DrmtriHt
AKGL& -AsU aKA M Bi.G CO.. t :.::j Tm Sim. ,vTt
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J. C. Perry
By GERTRUDE EOEISON
la these days when the thoughts of
monuments and memorials, for tho
who aave their all in the world
struggle, Ss uppermost ia the minds of
everyone, the views of Reverend Ed
wia O'Hara May interest those who
are contemplating such a move.
"An exquisitely chiseled monument
of granite or marble, imposing though
it may be, falls far short of a memor
ial the -very nature of which reflects
that loving" thought of service to oth
ert that should be uppermost in the
mi ads at every hnuaa man and
woman," he said in a discourse on the
subject last Sunday.
'The man or woman who has 10,-
TJOO or 3OO0 or 100 to invest in
monument to any departed one, or to
be erected after he or she has passed
beyond, can render a far greater serv
ice to society fey placing thai sum in
aa institution that has for its purpose
the housing under happy, homelike
conditions at least a few of the 5000
girla and young women iB Portland
who have neither homes nor home ties
and jet whose modest incomes make
living a proWcin to them."
Reverend O'Hara is a well known
figure in educational circUs of the
state, and spent a number of months
as army chaplain in some of the most
dangerous sections of the front.
Reservations for the dinner dance at
the lllihee Country club next Wednes
day mnst fee in by Sunday evening.
Members wishing to make reservations
may apply to any one of the commit
tee, consisting of Mrs. Locke, Mrs.
Roberts, Mrs. Olinger, Mrs. Gilling
ham and Mrs. Livestey. The reserva
tion are $1-25 a plate.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Livtsley and
Ward le Beck of Vancouver, B. C,
are guests at the Benson hotei in Port
land. Mr. De Beck, who Ss a brother of
Mrs. Liveslev. has served for nearly
four years with the Canadian overseas
forces and is spending a tiriet visu
with hi sister before returning to Brit
The numerous friends of Mrs. Wal
ter Mcdougul will bo interested to
know that she sailed for Kngland yes
terday on the U. 8. . Muritanm, sis
ter ship to tho ill fated Lusitaiua.
Mrs. MeOougal left Sulem a few weeks
ago, accomipanied by her two youngest
children, and has been visiting in Buf
falo, New York, while waiting for her
passports. Hhe will spend the entire
summer in Kngland, returning in the
full to Buffalo, where she will be met
bv her eldest daughter, Miss Marjorie,
w:ho, during her absence, is attending
Sncred Heart academy.
Miss Hue Conipton, who has been the
house guest of Mr. and Mis. II. v.
Conipton for the past ween,
tomorrow tfor. Milton, Oregon, for a
visit with friends. From there she w.
no to Wieser, Idaho, where she will
fake charge of a class of forty music
rtinils. Miss Compton is nn accomplish
i,i m.,icinn and has recently finished
an advanced course at Keattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bull
(Alice Bluke) of Modesta, California,
went to rortmnn umuy !
visit with friends. T"ey win return ...
Willow Lake over the week end and
leave again during the early part ot
next week for Portland whero they
will take the steamer for their home in
.: h TiiLblo loft today for
Tacoma, Washington, where she will De
the girest of friands during a v.
Mrs. Cecil Fox was a Salem visitor
r Fox has recently "-
ed to lalias. where her himbaud is in ,
charge of the new Chevrolet agency,
in that city.
The parent teacher association of the
Highland school will meet this evening
at eight o clock. All siemnm
earnestly requested to attend.
Mrs. J. H. Morgan of Indianapolii,
Indiana, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. '
N. P. Jones, and her niece, -ur. ...
M. lluell. Mrs. Morgan, wtio win
mini a in Halem for two weeks, is won
derfully impressed with the country
and is contemplating returniug to Ore
gon in the near future to make her
Keep down the gopher pest with a
.2" caliber Hemingtoa aud hollow
Keep down the gopher pet with a
.i'i caliber Remington and hollow
if V" wi
-' , ; 1
RAISH HANDTO HEAD!
Every Muscle In Body Ackd
New Han After Taking
"1 have Kved ia Portland for thirty
years ant) there are juet Jots of people
here who know that Tanlae has made
a new maa of me," said J. 11. Palm
er, the well knowa transfer and bag
gage man, residing at 2G6 Knott St.,
I'ort land Or., recently.
"1 have been sufferer f-om rheu
matism twenty five rears." contin
ued Mr. Palmer, "and reached the
i point where 1 never expected to get
well, or even any rietter. I spent thou
sands of dollars try'nR to get relief,
but gradually got worse. Every muscle
in my body seemed to be drawn up,
every joint stiff, and I eeuld not move
without suffering agony. When I
walked instead of lifting my feet, I
would just have to drag them along
aud if my life had depended on it, 1
eould uot have raWd my hands high
enough to touch the back of my head.
I was laid up for more than two years
at one time. After sitting down for
awhile I couldn't get np without hold
ing onto something and, after I did get
on my feet it would take nie several
minutes to straighten myself up. lhir
ing the past year or two my condition
became very much worse. My whole
system seemed to, be run down. My
kidneys bothered me nearly all the
time, my back hurt me, and at times I
would almost scream from pain.
"I also suffered from indigestion.
My stomach would bloat up after eat
ing and my food would sour and add
more to my misery. 1 would lay awake
more than half the night rubbing my
arms and legs trying to get easy so I
could get a little rest. I would get aw
fully blue and despondent over my
condition, and yet, could see no way
out of my suffering.
"The testimonials of people right
here in Portland, some of whom I
know personally, caused me to try Tan
lae. Well I am now seventy years old
and I just waut to say that 1 have nev
er seen anything like it. Before I fin
ished my first bottle I was eating
twice as much as before and felt no
bad eififects from it.. I am now on my
fourth bottle, and the rheumutism has
just about all left me. Why, my legs
are just as timber as if I had never
had a touch of rheumatism. I don't
suffer any more from constipation and
headache and have gained back all my
energy and strength and several
pounds in weight, besides. Numbers of
my friends, who know what Tanlac has
done for me, are now tukin; it with
tine results. Yes sir, Tanlac has done
everything for me I could wish, far
more than I ex-peeted it could do, and
I would Jie willing to go (before a no
tary and make an alffidnvit as to the
truth of this statement."
Tanlac, is sold in Salem bv Pr. S. C.
Stone, in Hubbard by Hubbard Drug
Co., in Mt. Angel 'by Ben Gooch, in
Ocrvaia by John Kelly, in Turner by
II. P. Cornelius, in Woodburn by Ly
man H. Hhorey, in Rilverton by Geo.
A. Steelhnmmer, in Ontea by Mrs. J.
P. MoCurdy, in Stayton by C. A.
Renuchamp, in Aurora by Aurora Drug
Store, in St. Paul bv Groceteria Stores
Co., in Donald bv M. W. Johnson, in
Jefferson by Foshny Mason, and in
Mill City by Marketeria Gro. Co.
(Continued from Pae 1.)
previously published by the United
The treaty carries a short preamble.
merely stating that the war lias neen chairmen of important committees to considerai ion 111 gathering the rooJ
terminated on the ensuing terms. 1'he nhrry here that appropriation Mlhn may and hct'Ks. many tons of which lire tvs
first section is the league of uations(hc whiped into shape for the extra ses 'ffl annually in 'preparing that most sm
covenant. The remainder is divided in- gjon. leessful of all remedies for woman's)
to sections. The frontiers of (lermany I
within Europe follow the covenant. Oth-
er sections comprise the frontiers out
side tiermany. Political arrangements
in Europe; military, naval aud air whip, to arrange for the presence of ev
ternis; economic and financial rcpara-!(.ry republican senator on tho opening
tioits; the international regime of ports, day.
wuterwavs and railways; international Lodge announced a republican eaneus
labor legislation and the finale. would be held Mnv 14.
The latter carries the provision by
which the treaty ia to become effect've. John F. Vaughn is president of a
The treaty is printed in paraiiei col- newly organized company at Keppner
umns in French and English. It con
tains tpprnximntely 75.0UO wofds, eotn- j
prising a volume several luetics tinea
and tilio.it VZx$ inches in length and
1'nofficial outlines ei frentv,
maile public from time to time, indicate
the following provisions as having been
j The former kaiser is publicly arraign
ed bv the allies for "e. supreme offense
.against international morality and the;
sanctity of treaties." A spertnl tri-!
1 hunnl will be established to try him. I
Uithcf enemv officials are charged with1
I various crimes. 1
I Military Terms. I
I Germany will be allowed a maximum 1
aney of ahout 100,000 men and 4000
1 officers. Onlv voluntary rrrrutting will i
be permitted. Manufacture of munitions
will be regulnted bv the allies. j
Naval Terms. !
The C.ermsn fleet will lie limited to
jS'x bn'tlcshi"s of the Deutschland type,!
Isix iii;ht cruisers, twelve destroveis and'
itv elve topetlo boats. No submarines
will be permitted her.
No militr.ry air forces will be per
mitted Uormnnv except 100 seaplanes,
which will be used for destruction of
mines until Ortuber 1.
Germany will vnv an Initial Install"
ntent of $.'i,000,OOo tMi pending deter
mination of the foil amount of iudem
nity by a sneeml allied commission.
AWee Lorrsim" will le returned to
r ranee, which will a'so receive valuable
economic concessions in tl." Nar al
lev. Oiineiu will reinr-i German, but
Pe'and will have free use of that port
end will have a eorridor runiiin-t from
the Tosea district to the sea. Gcrmcs
Extraordinary Offering in :
Changeable weather with July noons and October j
evenings make May a desirable season for sweater-
wearing and in these smart new styles one is becom-
ingly dressed on almost any occasion. Note the very
reasonable prices J
$1.75 $2.48 $3.9S $3.73
Women's and Misses good quality Slip-ons in Rose,
Nile, Flesh, Peacock, Turquoise, Buff, Tan, Rasp-
berry and King Blue. Made of good quality yarns,
and without sleeves. $
Sleeveless Models, $1.75 to $2.48 I
With Sleeves, $3.98 to $3.75 ;
I. d ljtbg (En. I
colonies w ill be administered by the
league of nations under special manda
Germany's fifteen cables will be
placed at the disposition of the allies
SOLONS CF NATIONS
(Continued from page one)
the I'uited States 01 America, the
screnth day of May yi vnc year of our
Lord, one thousand nine hundred nnd
nineteen and of the independence 0 the
I'nited States the one hundred and forty-third.
' ' WOOD ROW Wl LMOK. '
It is undersrtd ho ores?. ngrcss
to begin work ou appropriation bills
that they mny bo passed before the be
ginning of the new fiscal year, July 1.
The senate, with tho text of the
peace treaty before it, also will be able,
it is said, to begin discussion of it and
thereby hasten action on it. after the
president has returned nnd delivered his
This would indicate, it is believed,
that the president prohably will issue
a statement in Paris on tho trenty that
his voico may be heard in the discus
At tho White House it whs stated
thr.t the president 's ndvisers leu that
congress should start work Immediately
on necessary supply bills. Secretary
Olnss, it was said, was especially anx
ious that congress should htisfen prepa
ration for providing funds, particularly
for war risk insurance.
The need for appropriations fur the
ruil roads and other activities as wei!
us running expenses for the departments
made action on the urgent deficiency
bill imperative, it was said.
By L. C. Martin
(I'nited Press Staff Correspondent. )
Washington, May 7. House and sen
ate republican leaders today summoned
Announcement of the date of the call
cuused great aetivitv at the canitol.
Senator Lodge, republican t.'ader, con-
frred with Senntor Curtis, rcnuhliran
that will erect n 0.000 hotel.
Why Itch and Scratch
With Burning Eczema?
Genuine Relief If You Resort
to Sand and Sensible
Triers is a very common misun
derstanding of Eerema and the va
rious other forms of skin eruptions
and irritations that cause so much
pain and discomfort. Because the
surface of the skin is the scene of
the attack, and seems almost ablaze
with fiery, burning and itching,
these disorders are mis named skin
The truth is that thev are not
really skin diseases, anil that is
why nothing but disappointment
follows their treatment with salves
and lotion applied to the enrface
of the skin.
These Irritations, eruptions, boils,
pimples, ete., aro caused by a dis
ease germ in the blood, which
breaks out through the skin, and
as long as the p-tm is in the b'wd,
no cure can come from ointments
and lotioas, even if you apply them
to the surface by ths ton.
The rational and sensible treat
Bent is 8. 8. S., the reliable biood
Hull, lifelesit "eyes, colorless it'",
sallow, yellow cheeks, givo a girl lit
tle chance for a "man" these dnyc
Don't lose heart, J us-t talie Hollistcr'H
liocky Mountain Tea helps to miikn
you attractive and fair. l)on't delay,
begin today. 1). J. y.
For medical purpose", roots and
herbs should be gathered when their
medicinal properties are at their best.
For iii.ttance roots Of annual plant
sh u!d lie dug just before their flow
ering season, and roets of biennial lt
perennial plants after the tops hav
diied. All these thing arc taken into
i"8- Lvdia K. l'inkliam's VegctuM
You feel different the minute yi"i
take it a gentle soothing warmth fil'-t
Ithe svtem. It's a tileasiire to tit'"
H.illis'.er's Ricky Mountain Trp..
Helps nirifv tho blood, drives out tho
germs of winter, gets you hitstlint,
full of life and energy. 33c. Tea or
Tablets. I). J. v.
BUY IN SALEM ALWAYS
purifier, which promptly erudicutes
hII disease rjerms from tho blood.
When you cleanjc your blond of
disease germs, the skin is promptly
restored to its normal condition.
Por more thr.n half a eestury
8. S. has leen ued with tho
greatest ratlsfartina for nil man
ner of blood and rkin disorder:'.
This fine old remedy was firit
made by the Indians from medici
nal roots and herbs ef the forests.
B. H. H. b 1 till made from the
original f -imn'-i, end it is g-iaraa-teed
purely vegetable. It ij one
blood remedy that contains not a
particle of poiah, mercury or oth
er mineral. There is no finer ti.niis
or system-builder, 1 nd a thoroog'i
course of 3. 8. fi. will build up tho
general hpalth and give now vigor
to the entire bidv.
Get a bottle 'of S. R. S. from
your dr,if:gi-t, and Ingin the sensi
ble, rational treatment toda". rnd
you will etper'cuce g nuino relief,
us thousiiiid-i of others have. If
yea want anr rtecitl medical id
vice rccardiiijr your rwn ease, rnj
can obtain same wiumut ct by
writing ti CliU-f Mrdical Adviser,
105 Hwift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
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