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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY. MAY 28. 1919.
Every 'Woman Knows
That Royal Baking Powder makes
delicious, appetizing food unques
Some women, however, do not know
that food made with cheaper baking
powders, containing alum and phos
phate compounds, is often inferior
in taste and texture; many of the
highest food authorities have de
clared alum baking powders to be
unwholesome and injurious.
The safe and sure way is to use
Made front Cream of Tartar which
is derived from grapes -
Royal Contains No Alum
Leaves No Bitter Tasto
ALL WESTERN CANADA
ton itreet ears. The mayor promised
adequate protection, eaying ha wua
ready to invoke martini luw if uetei
nary. Toronto Strike Delayed.
, Advices from Toronto were that rn
jmkm1 strike of 43,000 had been poet
iwatfil uutil Friday at 10 a. m. A depu
tation, In tho meantime, nan to urge
j-overnuient acceptance of a compulsory
eight hour duv nnil it was stated in com
mons limt nii-lit that the government
lnika aiilliorityto enforce inch a m,
Iti addition to tlio it r ik r-i in cities
the western railway! mail clerks are re
ported to bavo voted to quit work.
Reduc your doctor!'
billa by keeping
always on nana
There have been no lerioui outbroaki
and 10 far there ia not much coopera
tion between strikers la different cities,
although Montreal unions voted fiunn
pinl aid to tlio Winnipeg strikers.
By Jainea T. Kolbert
(United 1'rene stiff correspondent)
Winnipeg, Man., ilay 2H A com
plete telegraphic and mail tiiuip ia tho
first tep contemplated in a sympa
thetic strike, lubor leaders naid today,
calculated to awmip all western (.'a nu
lla. I'hrmtopher Severcid, Victoria, B.
C, president of the Amalgamated Pos
tal Workers between Port Aithur and
Vancouver, notilfied all members of his
organization to quit work at noon to
day, I'onimomal and pre telegraphers
in cities wliefe favoraiblo strike votes
were recorded were ordered to leave
thrar keys at noon. (- '
Action Hans Fire
Toronto, Ont., May 21 There will
be no geneiiil atrike here today, ihe
round talble conference of employes
and employers, called by the mayor
ltwt night, resulted in a rwpite until
Kriilay. Iu the interval Premier Hob-
'."' ;,,,n..r'.,.,. .-, -c'yy
siisiroiis mm at
Excellent qualities at greatly reduced prices and right
on the verge of the greatest Silk Season
In the first lot we have wonderful novelties in hand
some plaids and stripes, :)G inches wide, splen
did qualities. Also Satin Linings in plain
shades, good serviceable materials at
the small price of, yard,
riain Taffetas in many shades, including black and
midnight blue, and with them go some of our
best Fancies in Stripes, Plaids and Prints
all inches wide. Also a line of 40
inch Crepes de Chine in good range
of colors all at the reduced
A Lnje seccnt&tica of silk ressants to ckaa cp at
f. HALF PRICE
ert Borden has promised fo meet rep
resentative deputation in Ottawa with
a view to effecting an amicable ad
justment of the dispute.
The committee of fifteen unionists
in whom hands the power of calling
the strike- wj placed, has declared,
however, that, the strike will go into
effect on .Friday morning at 10 o'clock
unleee the right of collective bargain
ing is granted1 the metal trade, workers
and a forty four hour week as askod.
A telegram was received here last
iright from Premier Hordea asking that
Mayor Church associate- himself with
(liwral Ounn and the president of the
board uf trade and act as a committee
J ft try and adjurt the differences be-
ployers, which disputo is at the bot
tom of the lubor unrest both here and
The local typographical union re
ceived a communication last night from
International Prewdent: Hayi sslrtog
that the local printers, refrain from
joining the "one big union."
Vancouver Not Included .
Vancouver, D. C, May 28. Vancou
ver postal worker last night votod
agninat a sympathetic strike at pres
ent, The mooting was of a spocial nature,
called to discus the Winnipeg situa
tion. It went on record believing
.hat the dntereata of the members of
their organiiation could beat be eerT
ed by atnying at their ponti for the
time ilxnug; thus ibeiug in a position to
discufa with the government the rein
statement of their striking awiociatea.
A meeting of the trades and labor
council will bo held tonight.
The following telegram iu sent yct
tentay to Premier Borden, Ottawa, Mia
Uter of Labor Rnbertson at Winnipeg,
and various lntoor eounciW throughout
" I'll leas governmerrt rH-edea from
its position in opposing collective bar
gaining through joint councils, and its
expreiwd detcriiunatiun to replace
utrikiiu? noatal wrkera t WinnWg
and other ptaces, the workers ia this
eitr will declare a general atiike."
Other eitiea In the province ara quiet
and no strike movements reported.
VOMAII 80 ILL '
COULD HOT WALK
Lydla E. PinkhamVegetW
Compound Restored Her
rerth Amboy, N.J. "For thrw
ears 1 aitird with a sever fasnaia
vous, bad backache
and a pain in my aide
moat ot the time. I
had dirr.y spells and
was oftvn so faint I
i 1 'could not walk aeroea
the floor. The doe
tor said 1 would ha ve
to bave an operation.
I rrad about Lydia
E. Pinkbam'a Vege
table Compound in
rr f newspaper, and
tned it Now 1 mXtter, feel itronf ,
have no paina. backache or dury apella.
Every on tolla ma how well 1 kk, and
I tell them to uee Lydia E. Pinkham'i
Vegetable Compound - Uiat ia what
make me fel well and look well. I
recommended It to my lister and she
is using it now. You can nee this letter
if yon wish, for it ia certainly a grand
remedy for a woman ' ill. ' atrm.
Martha Stamki awau, Pana St.,
Ftrtli Amboy, N.J.
For forty yeara Lrdla E. Plnlbam'i
VereUbl Compound has bl overcom
ing such serioua eonditiona aa displace
menu, inflammation, ulceration, irreg
ulariuea. twrvxtie Pn. backacha, dii-
xm!ta. and nvrvoua prontraUoa of
wimn, and ia now eoniiird the slao
dsrd rrmly for such ailments.
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: society. :
By GEHTBTTDE SOBXSON
Mr a. B. J. MUca aad Mis Laora
Graat are reprtw-nting Salii". at the
eight h annisil eonventioa of the P. E.
O. Jiisterhood which o(iencd at Engene
yewenlay and, will ctona tomorrow
nifht. The yroirani for tomorrow is:
8:30 Committee work
8 t'oavenUoA ealk'd
Drvotioaala ,, '
.Minute at pre Wo us sosaioa
Report of committees
Local president a report
Miscellaneous buainras -
Ktevtioa ot officers and dulegate to
Oueation box, iLm Durward, &u-.
1 :30 Conventioa called ,
Kcsponse, Ou thing vou have got
ten from the conventioa U toke home
to your chapter."
Supplementary reporto f treasurer
MiaccJlnneoua and unfinished busi-
lnstallataoa of officer
Minuteis- of cloaiug seseion
On Saturday aftel-J-on, June 7th
the Kalcm unit of war mothers will be
entertained at the home of the pieea-dc-nt,
Mrs. John Carson, 923 tSouth
High street. A large attendance is an
ticipated. All mothers of soldiers, sail
ors, niarinea and nurses, whether en
rolled ur not, are a.-ked to be present.
Mrs. A. E. Laiflar of Portland apent
yesterday in Salem as the gues of
Mr. and Mra. U. W. Laflar, at their
home on South Liberty atreet.
An item of interest to the local chnp-
tcr of Daughter of Isabella, will be
tho memibershr! cainpaisn winch, fol
lowing instruction from the national
organirjition, the Portland chafer ia
carving on. Tho campaign ia progresa
ng eo well that even the highest hopes
of the officer are being eurpaased.
Tho Dmughtera are alao doing a won
ilerful amount Xif work for tho new
lieanne D'Are reaideiftiai hall for gin.
The proceeds of a rummago wile held
recently amounted to io. ana mis,
together with the '.MO realizel ifrom
the presentntion of th operetta "The
(ioldcn Sliiper" wk turned over to
the Sisters of Mercy. More recenuy
micecwiful May Festival for the same
purpose, was held.
Minx Florence Shirley and Mis Mar-
owrnt Wibe-wi tie presented in re
cital this evening in teb First Meth
odist church. Bith Mien wmie ana
Mis Shirley arc-eemor muffle puptla ot
WiUmmotto unSvritt and aro favor
nblr known In musical ciKlea.
The program follows:
"Liilbcstmua" INocturn iNo. 3, in
B flat L,w-t
(a) Dedication 8uhumann
(lb) Oh, Coin with me in the Sum
mertime ...i. Van rkr Stucken
Women' Muaicaux Schubert
Ko. 3 Allegro Moderate in F Minor
Allegro Vivace in F Minor
(a) Serenade Oounod
(U) Morning Prtl,f
v ' Min, Wible
Rustle of Spring op. 3, 'No. 3...iUnding
One Fine IMy," aria from. Ma-
dame Untterfly " rucciu
Dondo Cnpriccioao op. 14 ......
""' Mi.s Shirley
Mra. H. J. Clements entertained the
Lcisuro Hour ch thm anernoou ai ne.
lovely homo on 'hemeke1a street. Be-
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ah- tad ctuo jihuu-i -- -
eral additional guedta.
H TTomlrv will tfive tWO TrV-
ano tuderot rex4tUi neit week, Jun
2nd and 3rd at ne r"n
. v -rv. sill hft nrescnt-
v.u u ren. i hi? j.i ........ - '
d on Monday evening and the more
advanced studenti Tuesday
amistiHl by nojn of the beat local tal
ent The event ia ui ir.
with much pW-arure, as Mrs. Hendry s
recital are always aad inter-
dating affair. Th public is cordially
t,,i- t.k Vi, Evelvn Orcm
j i.i. T-.r ririiAll were host-
esse at a delightful ehower and social
:n hnnnn tit
evemng. given ree.y "1
Wi-w 1-iKher tlre4nmew a h0""'"J
beautiful i?ta were received aad
tweatv guests wm prwwttt.
ix. vi pnk lavev have re-
turnel from I'orttand where they were
the gucsta of their fn. -
,e, attested the Knight of Colombo
n:...jii 1 vv will s-ve a re-
ciUl this evening t her atudio. 53
Court street. A apecial feature of the
evening will be the p.tiomam-v . .
number of magical trick, by fc. ooa
Pattoa. Mr L.-oaa "'TC'
M.ra.o, and " ""h.
r.der, wiU aw: 1 on -Uvy
raem.:le of 35 sto.h-ntet will
al.o be prcwented.
I OptaFcrsa t
. .... U,.ki Matthew
Sirara Hugh.-. i Capita Ja.ra.fc
June R, 19l. . ,., .r.
If it tM not rign l" " ' ,
no mre is it riKM 0, wiee -M
editor of a Sunday ",p"'
ungoillv old Bnwr.t l,t,t,"n ,h"
Tr,r. What aT vent
Mar 28, 1919.
I i I l ' , . ' j f a 11 .' . 11
THE EVER POPULAR
MIDDY BLOUSES ARE HERE
Regulation middy blousps in plain white, white with blue collars
and cuffs; well made garments of good materials. The prices are
exceptionally reasonable for such practical wear. $1.98, $2.48
WHITE WASH DRESS SKIRTS
Our stock of white wash dress skirts is complete in gabardine,
poplins, wash satins, and novelty wash materials. A long range
of sizes to choose from jyfr jfo 2.43 C? to $9.75,
Extraordinary values in wanted merchcindise. CHILDREN'S
FAST GLACK, MEDIUM AN D HEAVY WEIGHT HOSIERY
reinforced knees, heels and toes, pair 35c
Women's summer vests, low neck, sleeveless, each --23c
Women's low neck, knee union suits, band top - -59c
Women's Bungalow Aprons, LigU and Dark. Percales 79c
CHILDREN'S PLAY DRESSES, good quality gingham; ages 6
years to 14 years J1.4S, $1.98, $2.48
WOMEN'S LINGERIE WAISTS 98c, $1.48 to $7i0
SLIP ON SWEATERS all colors... flog. J4J5 lo $5.95
1; itpinj (0.
Program For 27th Annual
W.CT.U. Convention For
Marion County Announced
The following is the program for the
27th annual convention of Marion coun
ty W. C- T. U. . The meetings will be
held in the W. C. T. IT. hall at Soma
Commercial and Ferry streets June i
The Wednesday, June 4, program will
begin in the afternoon at 2 o 'clock and
ia cs follows:
Devotional exercises conducted by
county evangelistic superintendent.
Appointment of committees.
Report of officers.
' Evening Session, 8 O'clock.
Address, Mrs. Mattie Slceth, state
Offering and announcements.
The Thursday program, June 5, will
begin at 9:30 o'clock and is as follows:
Reading of minutes.
Reports of superintendents.
Reports of credential committee.
Klection of officers.
1:30 P. M.
Memorial services hy Mrs. Roee-
rnper by Mrs. V. M. Bear, " the Mis
sionary Spirit of the W. C. T. U."
"Victory Jubilee," conducted
Report of resolution committee.
Rending of minutes.
NEW LUTHERAN CHURCH
An event worthy of note in the pro
gram 'of Silverton's building1 will be
celebrated next Sunday, May 25, when
the corner stono of the new Trinity
church ibuildinff-will he dedicated with
To appreciate more fully the progress
mario by this Lutheran congregation,
and understand somewhat the plan
and purpoee of the church orgumaation,
we may with profit read a bit orf local
The year 1802 marked the beginning
of quite an increase in the Norwejrian
emmiqration to this locality. Before
this there were few of that nationality
here among the pioneer settlement of
Norwegians of 73 might be named
only a few among them, P. K. John
son, 0. Lee and a Mr. Nelson of Clack
In 1S!3 the present Trinity church
was organized, it being then called the
Synod Lulheran. Rev. Dolvcn a pantor
in rortluiiil came here that year and
organisied a membership of seven fam
ilies. There are atill two of the char
ter members residing here, B. Tingle
stad and Hcnrik Kloster. Silvertnn
SAGE AND SULPHUR
DARKEN GRAY HAIR
Brash This Through Faded,
Streaked Locks And They
Become Dark. Glossy,
' ; Yeuthfd "
Almost everyone Knows that Sage
Ten and 'Sulphur, properly compounil
ed, brings back the natural ec-iur and
lurtre to the hair when ifaded, streak
ed or gray. Yeara ago the only way to
get this mixture waa to make it at
home, which la muaoy and . trouibe
some. Nowadays, by asking at any drujr
store for"Vycth' Sage and Sulphur
Compound," you will gH a large bot
tle of this famous old recipe, improved
hy the adilitioa of other ingredient,
at a smiill cost.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one can
possibly tell that you darkened your
hair, a it docs it so naturally and cv
enl. Von dampen a spouse or soft
brush with it and draw this throngh
your hnir, taking one small strand at
a time; by morning the gray hair dis
appears, and after another appjcntion
T two, your hair become beautifully
da-rk, glome and attractive.
The fan Francisco labor council ha
added Memorial day as one of its nn
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tffio aff-ijoar-'eottnd sot drink
For business meii,profc5$tcniI men,
men of sports--cli , boviin?(,isnnis,
shoot inf, rid m$ . For every body; every
where, the year Vou nd. Bevo is hde
refreshment for wl.olesome tliirsf
an invigorating soft drink. Ideal for
the athlete or the man in physical or
mental training tjood to train and
ain on. Healthful and appetizing.
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