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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1019.
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By GEETEUDE SOBISON
The Best Test for
If you are using some other baking powder be
cause it costs less than Royal, get a can of
Royal Baking Powder from your grocer, make
cake or biscuits with it, and compare them with
those made from the cheaper powder.
The food will be lighter, of finer flavor and more
wholesome . when made with
tLja iJi & tJ3 Powder
Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Taste
That the telephone rati recently ml
justed for the city of Portland by the
public, service commission are not a
circuit iMiurt to set asido the action of
tlio commission . The question at issue
is as to whether t ho eoininiaNion has
smie on ccoprn.nie to me ptiiuic is autnority to fix tho Tales of wires
wade evident by the action of the conn 'while tiudor the control of tho govern
fcil in instituting ji roceedinjrs in the ment
n. n iV?.- - :Lt V
Dfcerfibl. 1.17J(V'r" Aii imM
No Cooking ."i4-. - -iJ
ForIafants,InvlU.nlQrowlng Children. I RkhMIlk, Mailed Grain Extract In Poivdor
Ti. Original Food-Drink For All aea. OTHERS are IMITATIONS
We trust that your stay
in tho city will be an en
joyable one. You will be
very busy, but any spare
time may be profitably
spent in seeing what Sa
lem merchants have to
ofer. Barnes' Cash Store
is a Salem institution
with more than a quar
ter century's record of
ing. We Welcome You
ONE CAUSE Or A BAD
COMPLEXION THE EEMEDY
"Uook at a section. of akin under
tho microscoe and you -will readily
understand why cosmetics generally in
jure the complexion,'' auya a well
known physician. "The akin, smooth
a it looks to the nuked eye, under tlie
Klaus exhibits a lurewurk of tiny holes,
mouths of myriads of litlle glands. To
keep tho skin healthy, theso holes must
1 j 13 unobstructed, that the pcispirution
and natural oil tun huve frit! outlet.
.Should the Klnnda lie blocked up with
irritating gritty particles, a common
result of using (Hinders and nonius,
nature retaliates by cnusiug the sal
lownoss, roughness, blotches, or pirn
"As a substitute for all cosmetics 1
recommend ordinary more oliicd wan.
It not only d ies whnt the various fui'O
preiarations are supposed to accomp
lish but its peculiar absorbent action
frees the pores from the daily accumu
lation of impurities, also nlworbing the
j devitalized particles of surfaco skin,
m.:- .. ...i.. ...... ....I lwU.m... 11.
1 litis i ....... CO u iinunni, i.-ui, tiriiwi
ful complexion, (hie ounce of this wax
to h had at any drug store, usually
suffices to rejuvenate the poorest com
plexion. It is put on nightly like cold
cream and washed off mornings."
morsels that add ta the J
appearance of any
THE NEWEST, MOST FOPULAR OF ALL
WOMEN'S NECKWEAR. COME IN ORGAN
DIE, CHIFFON AND GEORGETTE
CREFES, WHITE AND COLORS,
85c to $2.33
INNUMERABLE NEW AND CLASSY DE
SIGNS IN ROLL, SAILOR, ROUND, SHORT
FRONT AND FLEATED EFFECTS. MADE
OF LAWN ORGANDIE AND GEORG
ETTE CREFES. MODESTLY
PLEASINGLY UNIQUE, MATERIALS ARE
GEORGETTE CREPE, SATIN AND PIQUE.
EXCELLENT LINE OF NEW, NOVELTY
RIBBONS. THE VARIETY OF WIDTHS, DE
SIGNS AND COLORINGS AFFORD AM
PLE CHOICE TO SATISFY INDIVID
You feel different the minute you
dike it a gentle soothing warmth fills
the system. It's a pleasure to tke
Hullistcr's Rocky Mountain Tea.
llelg purify the blood, drivra out the
germs of winter, gets you hustling,
full of life and energy. 3oc. Te or
Tablets. D. J. Fry.
(Continued from page one)
that the allies arc not overlooking the
Pershing Stays on Job.
Evidence of this was seen in defer
ring General Pershing's visit to Eng
land, scheduled for today. The post
ponement wns said to be a precaution in
the event the (lermnns refuse to aign.
l'ersliing attended a full meeting of the
American peace commissioners late yes
terday at which a wide range of sub
jects wcro discussed with the president,
I including America's attitude toward
Premier Orlando left last night to
'preside at a council of ministers la
jHarddonccchieV (just across the Franco
jltiilmn border in Italy, 40 miles wen
of Turin.) lie will return Friday morning.
Tho 1'etit 1'arsieiine said that Brock
dorff Kantr.au sent tenth note to the
allies last night.
J'resident Wilson, It was suid today,
will nut intervene iu behalf of the re
quest that (Ire.-.t llritnin be asked to as
sure safe conduct to i'nris for the Irish
delegates Kdward IVvalera, Count
l'lunkett and Arthur Griffiths. This
request whs made of Secretary Lansing
bv Kdward Dunn, Michael Kvan and
Frank 1'. Walsh, representing Irish so
eieties in America. 1-ausing turned the
niTifter over to tl" president.
THE younger social set of Salt in is
looking forward eagerly to the
- dance and card party lo be giv
ea en ter Hie auspices of ct. Agnes
Guild of St. Paul's chorea. The de
lightful affair ia scheduled to take
place June second at the Masonic hall.
Patrons and patronesses are Mr. an!
Mre. V. . Shipley, Kct. and Mrs.
Charles H. Powell, Mr. and Mrs.
Sumner Merrick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
H pears, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. IVcke
lch, Mr. and Mrs. J. llaumgartner,
Mr. and Mrs. Rollin K. Pags Gov
ernor and Mrs. Ben W. Oleott, Mr.
and .Mra. Frederick Thielsen, Major
and Mra. tWltoa oiith, Mr. and
Mrs. Armia Steiaer, Mr. and Mrs.
John U. Caughell, Mr. and Mrs. Ca-ey
Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Homer fraith,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry N leitnier. Mr.
and Mrs. 8. . J-Mwards, Mr. 4ml
Mj-s. vWilliam s. Walton, lr. aud
Mrs. W. U. Lytic and Mr. and :rs.
Numerous Salem felk will be sur
prised and interested in the following
notice which appeared in the social
columns of tho 1'ortlaud Uiegouiun this
"A wedding of interest to Portland
ers is that of Miss Minnie I). Alexan
der and Xorlya 1. Huff, who has just
returned from service overseas. The
ceremony was solemnized Sunday noon
at the Jtodnev avenue church, Kev.
grcr officiating. The only attendants
at the wedding were the parents of
the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
llotf of Salem, anil tliarles . Alex
ander, father of the bride. Following
tho ceremony buttet wedding break
fast was ervd at the home of the
bride 'a parents.
"Mr. Huff is a sen of State Treas
urer Hoff and he Is a popular young
man, recently resuming his duties at
the state bank in Portland. The cou
ple will make their home in foe Ailine
"The bridrt wore a smart dark blue
gabardine tailleur with black chiffon
hat land a corsage of Cecil Hrunner
roses . "
A verv An iovnlile entertainment wit
held MoiiiIjiv eveiiinir under tho aus
pices of McXlilcrest ensile of the Hoyal
Hie-h nmlers at ihe irrunw hall on
'ourt street. This' was the first of a
series of entertainments to be given by
this castle preparatory to their hum
mer and fall work. A delightful time
wns spent and the following program
Piano solo Donald Schaupp.
Vocwl aolo Mrs. Miller jlevier.
Address, "The Royal Highlanders,"
nnd reading ihy Mr. Ilalzcll.
Trio, violin, flute nnd piano Visa
Minnie Goehiiug, Irvin Wroteu, Miller
I en erwim nnd cuke wer, served.
Watch papers for next entertainment.
Salem people will be pleased to
learn that Miss yra B. Miles, daugh
ln. lr. nn rl Mrs. B. C. Miles, has
ei n appointed head of the department
of English and education 01 racinc
college, .'ewbcrg. Miss Mile is a j. .d
uatc of Pacific college of the cla.ss of
'17 Miid has also received an A. M.
Arri from Willamette university. In
June she will receive her A. M. de
gree from 'nlnin1ia university, New
York, and will take up her duties at
New berg licit full.
Mrs. O. J. Runcorn is spending sev
eral days in Independence as the guest
nf her' son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. S. P. Runcorn.
Tho voung women of the Worldwide
Onilil nf tho linntist church at Corval-
lis gave a reception at the home of
Mr. iiu airs. H. r.. i.nin msi .uuuuny
honoring two brides-tobe. One bride,
Miss Gladys Salisbury Is a Turner
girl, was in the post office for about
five years, ibut has-been (bookkeeper
at Fischers mill. Her wedding to Les
lie Whitnker of I-o Argolea, Califor
nia, a .senior at O. A. C, will take
place at an early date in June. A hand
some linen set was tho gift of the eve-
- - ' pr w
Amnnir the urniiiinent women who
urn in Sulivm this week ntteinliliL' the
meetings of the grand loitge, is Mrs.
Alice finch of Jacksonville, cnairman
nt A-4rc "So. IS nf the Hebekah lodge
ml present noble grand of Ruth He
heJiah lodge No. 4 of Jacksonville.
Mrs. Vlrich is one of the few to hold
ths Chivalry degree.
M nt fr. .1. O. Goltri have re
turned to Salem after aa absence of
nearlT a year. A great deal of the
time was spent in Atlantic City, South
ern Pines, A', t". and in New York
where Miss Goltra attended Columbia
university. They also visited in south
rn Ohio, the early home of Mra. dol
U! Wttla JnnM and A U) ort Clin
ton Mmith were married Tuesday Alny
10 at the home of the Brute s parents,
400 tsouth l!th street. KeTCreau n.
J. Avison officiated.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Hoff ari en
The Place for Feminine Vear
and Feminine Articles
tertnining as their guest Mrs. H. M. ! n,. .1 IT. Rovd ..f Portland will de-
I.Wandt of Los Angeles. Numerous I iH-er the address to the crailuiitins cms
friends of Mrs. Wandt are welcoming n 4i,ft Aberdeen hieh school at the com
mencement exercises on Juno 1-.
Korea Deumuda Fisedoui.
1 1 The Korean delegation todav made
tuiblie a petition to the peace confer
ence demanding freedom from Jafiaa.
It also gave out a letter to Wilson, iu
which the following charges were made:
Japan's continental policy aims, first
at seiture of the hegemony of Asia
through doininational control of the
man power and resources of China,
which is possible only through Japan's
H)sscm)ion of Korea and secondly mas
tery of tho Pacific as the only means of
forcing Jui'Sneic immigrants into the
rich lands of Australia and the Pac.-l:c
seashore of the I'nited States, ronitttut
ing conversion of the Pacific into
J. K. Montgomery, well known farmer
and grain dealer, has been appointed
4 mnnnser of the Pacific Coast Klevator
as ihoudh he'd
Standard merchandise at a fair margin of profit is cur hobby. A glance at
the following articles that are featured by this store will convince you.
Carter's Knitted Underwear
Kayser's Knitted Underwear
Kayser's Silk Underwear
Kayser's Silk Hosiery
Phoenix Silk Hosiery
Black Cat Hosiery
Alexander Kid Gloves
Kayser's Silk Gloves
Marinette Knit Wear
Coats, Suits, Dresses, Petticoats, Kimonas, Waists, Children's Dresses, In
fant's Wear, Warner Corsets, Modart Corsets, Neckwear, Veiling, Ribbons,
Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Women's Habadashery
Liberty Street, Salem
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her during her visit.
Through the inthieiice of Mrs. 11.
E. Houdurant, prominent in swim ser
vice work and in the Prisoners' Aid so
ciety, 2000 letters are being sent out
iu the interest of the reconstruction
program for the reason that the meas
ure, carries with it an assurance of a
new penitentiary, which the society de
clares is badly needed.
The O. A. ('. animal li 11 slum dry
class of which Oornoyer Knglish is a
member, were guests at the homo of
Mr. anl Mrs. F. A. English last
night. The clasa left this morning for
Silvcrton to complete its three days
The South Central Circle trtudy class
of tho First Methoilist Kpiscopnl
church will meet this evening at eight
o'clock with Mrs. Todd. Kvery mem
ber should be present.
Mr. aad Mrs. Frank. Sjienrs aud son
of Salem, are here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. David Graham. Mrs. Spears,
who is a graduate of the university,
was Miss Sophie Catlin. Eugene Reg
ister. Dull, lifeless eyes, colorless lips,
sallow, yellow cheeks, give a girl lit
tle chancft for a "man" the days.
Fon't lose heart, just take liollister'i
Rocky Mountain Tea helps to make
yon attractive and fair. Don't delay,
begin today. D. J. Fry.
Orin E. Farnsworth. one of tho oldest
residents of Heppner, and well known
throughout the state, died Mnv Hln,
First Lieutenant James M. Kelly f
Cortlnnd bus been ordered to report to
the commanding general at the Presidio
for assignment to Sibcrts,
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Is it that rash which makes you unpopular?
WILL HELP YOU
Don't be denied the pleasnrc-your friends enjoy simply because of
a skin that is marred by unsightly blemishes.
Here's the thing to do give the Resinol treatment a fair trial. Use
the ointment and aap jointly. Let the healing medication contained
in both, correct and gradually overcome the trouble that is robbing you
of a clear complexion and a good time.
For m fm Iriml eft? The combined uu ol this ointment and ftosp U umirkll, roil.
nd oiHtmtHt.wrttt Rn ftblc ivr the treatmcHt ol rciemt and other akin dueaaea.
W, Balltmtri, itd. J-tr mm!, m til druisutt.
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9tio aff-tfoar -'round soft drink
Tho first man drink was water and
rnin. Bovo is the hiIiost 1-ofincincMt
clthe natural arink of primitive man
the accepted drink of modern America
a beverage with real food value.
A hoalthy and subsfanilal drink at
the soda founfam.oj. with lunch ci the
restaurant , a comfort waiting for you
in the ico-box .it homes
It l aro mrifd 10 imprtl cut f,ianfr
Hliimaucr iV I loch,
WholcMlc ),.lnlml,, ItiRTLAND. OltF.
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