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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 30. 1919.
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J3150 zzi $35.00 Elack Velvet Ccals cow Offered for $24.75. See &ea
Women's- Suit Sale
Great Reductions In Young Ladies'
And W omen's New Suits
From America's best makers in a variety of smart styles. This season's mod
els for street and dress occasions. Some at half price and less:
Regular Values $15.00. Sale price $7.50
Regular Values $20.00 to $25.00,sale price ...$10.5G
Regular Values $30.00 to $32.50, sale price $18.75
Regular Values &i5.00, sale price .... .......... ...$22.50
Regular Values $37.50 to $40.00, sale price ... ...$25.00
Regular Values $15.00 to $47.00, sale price ..$28.50
Regular Values $50.00 to $55.00, sale price $31.75
Regular Values $00.00 to $G5.00, sale price ..$35.75
Regular Values $70.00 to $75.00, sale price $37.50
Special group of Misses' and Women's
new Spring Suits, Serges, Gabardines,
Tricotines, Wool Poplin, etc. All new
and desirable styles including box coat
and blouse effects.
Sale Price Your
Special group of Young Ladies' and
Women's High grade suits of Tricotine,
Serge, Wool Poplin and Gabardine, box
coat and tailored styles, braided em
broidered and button trimmed.
Sale Price Your
Remarkable values now offered in Women's Coats Capes and Dolmans.
White Corner Building
Salem's Greatest Women's Apparel Store
(Continued from Pairs 1.)
vj'rm at Tlrnmlon, Man.
was orderly there.
By James T. Kolbert ,
(United J'ress Hliil'f Correspondent.)
Winnipeg, Mhii., May 2!), -(via St.
1'itul.) r'rom till appearances, Winni
peg Is enjoying a prolonged holiday.
After three weeks, there atill are few
Indications of what ono might expect a
trika to effect.
The absence uf atreetcar is thf first
noticeable manifestation. Many itorca
;nn ntfni'1. Newspapers nrn pub
lishing, but pamodicuUy. Little from the past tea days.
the outside except newa of itrike dis
turbances In other cltiee and a few com
mercial mcsitngcs from the United
Htutcs in received. Ncwiapers get out
side papers at the border and clip their
Terrain coming to town thero a. a
few ask: "Where 'a the strike f"
Weather BU1I Hot
They didn't look for thirty thousand
or more worker! hunky or otherwise
to be mi peaceful. Thia especially when
Manitoba ia suffering from one of the
hottest springs in tho liiitory of the
The temperature hna been near PO
and rarely below H.T at. midday during
t M T4T
This Being- Memorial Day Our
Store WiU Remain Closed
Don't Judffe This Shoe by It's Low Cost
ikv '' efc3
Sweltering; crowda jam the street,
Men so hat less and eoatlcss. No raiu
has fdlen intwo weeks.
Whilo most of the atores are again
open, there are but few cloiks behind
the counters. Little buainess ia report
ed. Practically all restaurants have re
City on "Loafing Jag."
Cold drink shops are doing a tremen
dous business. The atreets are alive
with automobiles, despite the reported
Hig business houses are privileged tot
to call for their mail at the postorflce.
No outside distribution is attempted.
Telephones are being operated by a
limited force. Long distance lines have
been partially re-opened.
Normal bread and uiilk distribution
baa been restored.
ISarUer simps are crowded with men
Jiwr.itine for hours for service. Only the
master barbers are working. The Chi
nese laundries are reaping a harvest. All
other laundries are closed.
In short, Winnipeg ia on I "loafing
jng," with apparently nobody particu
larly concerned about tomurrow.
Vancouver, M. C May 30. Tuesday
morning, June 3, at 11 . oi.. is the date
aiul hour Vancouver trades winkers will
walk out if tho pote sow being taken by
local unions endorsee the strike pro
posed by the Trades and Labor Council.
Htrect car operators will, in such event,
gn out at midnight of the ti;me day,
Thia was decided at meeting of the
council last night. A committee of 13
waa drafted to handle the vote. A ma
jority of both union and worker ia
necessary to declare a strike, wa the
decision of the delopntes.
It's Another of Those
For Discerning Mm Accustomed to raying .
1 Bluch More
j A dandy Summer shoe made of fine quality Kid
j flock. It's a lace bal. on a modified English last as
illustrated. Has excellent bottoms Goodyear welt-
J c 1. You'll surely like it.
Slices made now to sell at six dollars are not so '
1 luudk to crow about, but, we haven't bought shoes
f-r orr:A time which means something.
i By GEBTETJBE EOBISOK
I - ;
'tOW af little wooden cresses
t la tie raia I
Berift araree'y nothing ea them J
But a name! j
Wu time thost aav: were sonic-,
Heart a deBzht ; !
Now they keep a silent vigil
Through ths aight!
Once the lips bva'a'h the emrt
Barsled to see
Other lip that nrv?d and treab!ed
And the eyea gTw bright at meeting
Eye more dar
Or turned dark with auddea kinging
Doubt, or fear.
Once the handa that fought so lately
Loved to rest -Palm
to palm with other fingera
Now the lips smile on forever
And the eyes
Look on things jbat brook no changing
And the bands that taught white fin
gera Love 'a earesa
Lie quite idle in their utter
Row of little wooden crosses
Sleep ia fair;
Peace to those who lie beneath you
Requteseant little crosses
id by aide
Requiescant in aeternam,
Those who died!
.The following cull baa been issued
to club women of the state asking their
suport of the reconstruction meas
ure to be voted on June 3:
"It ia th duty of every voted to
study the questions on the ballot and
to vote in thia election, which haa at
stake the future prosperity of Oregon
and the success of the entire recon
struction program. Oregon soldiers,
sailors and marines went bravely to
the front, giving np their employment.
The etate haa a duty sot only to in
sure their future employment, but also
the prosperity of 'the eivtire atate."
Mr, aad Mrs. Frederick Schmidt arc
being showered with felicitations lire
on the arrival of a baiby daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. cchtnidt are popular mem
ber of Salem 'a social aet. Mr. Hchmidt
holds one of the most important of
fices of the Pheasant Producta com
pany. Mr and Mrs. A. W. Veatch are en
tertaining a their guest, Mr. and
Mrs. K. A. Veatch and son, Harold, of
Montesano Washington, who are mak
ing an automobile tour of tho west.
They will ge aajfar south a Los Ange
les and east to Kansas. Mr. Veatch,
who waa formerly a newspaper man
haa a number of fiienda in Salem.
The Cirl'a Glee elub of Willamette
university will give a concert tomorrow
night. Soloists for the occasion will be
Margaret Wilble ami Ixireli Blatchford,
sopranos; Vivian Ishain and Vcuita
Mc-K inney, altos.
Mrs. Charles H. Castner spoke in
Oorvallia Wedncntay before member
of the women's clubs, urging support
of the measures to be voted on in
June. She was particularly interested
in the .Roosevelt highway. Following
her address she was tendered a re
ception to which all the women of Cor
valiia and Kenton county were iuvitod.
TAILORED SPORT SKIRTS ARE THE VOGUE FOR STYLE WITH MOD
To the Woman who desires Style, Pre-eminently these new sport skirts will
strongly appeal as they are modeled in the most correct modes of the season's
leaning. Man-Tailored Fashions.
CHANGES IN TREATY
(Continued from page one)
the kaiser for trial shows the solidar
ity of the new and old regime."
"They attempt to avoid the conse
quences of the war, morally and ma
terially," said the Matin. "We do not
believe the American assertion that Im
portant modificationa will be made."
"The .German aim to prolong the
pour purlers and provoke oral debate,"
the Petit I'arislea said.
"The Germane are trying to provoke
eonflieta between the allies and dictate
victors' conditions for the vanquished."
New Sport Plaids $4.98, $8.95 to $17.50
New Silk Poplins .' $1.98, $5.98 ,to $14.75
New Chuddah Cloth $5.95, $7.48 to $12.50
New Wool Serges $5.95, $6.95 to $12.50
Ne wSilk Poplins $4.98, $5.98 to $14.75
New Novelty Silks .' $6.95, $7.50 to $17.50
Wash Skirts in excellent qualities of Washed and Shrunk Tricotine, Gabar
dines and Novelty Wash Materials
. $1.48. $1.98, $2.48, $3.98 up to $9.75 each
Liberty Street, Salem.
in the oi'i'ioo of the Petit Journal.
"The only reply ia to show them onr
ruined towns, the bodies of our dead and
the Belgian grey book."
"It is pure bargaining," the Verite
Yon feel different the minute yon
take it- a gentle soothing warmth fills
the system. It's a pleasure to take
Hullister's Roeky Mountain Tea.
Helps pnrify ttie blood, drive eat the
germ of winter, gets yon hustling,
full of life and energy; 35e. Tea or
Tableta. D. J. Fry.
(Continued from page tne)
wounded in France, took the speaker's! Dull, lifeless eyes, colorless lips,
chair at tho special request of Speaker sallow, yellow cheeks, give a girl Mt
(Jillett. Kepreseniative LaMuardia, tie chance for a "man" thee days.
New York, mu.tor with the Italian air I Don't lose heart, just take Uollister'e
forces during the war, was one of the , Rocky Mountain Tea helps to make
principal sneakers. (you attractive and tit. Don't delat,
For tho rivir war vetemn, Repre-: begin today. D. J. Fry.
tentative Isauc Sherwood, Ohio, a gen- ;
eral in the northern army during the I . . 1 1
sixties, was sookeamnn. ! the real estate men in general but the
IUV iiuu.-mj wiil cuiiiuvr llir rnw-lTl- I'ni't unrf mil
nays ago ny ne-
tion submitted; a few
publican Leader Mondell tendering the
thanks of congress to all Americans
who hud a nhare in the war.
men were anxiooit
to have it p''-d to put out of business
what is known a, the curt broker. The
. hill was favored by real estate mp
in Satem It does not prevent a man
, . . , ., .. from felling his own nronertv, but if
Heal Estate dealer. In Salem, as weU , ow W8n,s to g0 int9 (he' 'hufinfV
aa cohere in the state, are now re-10, mnkmf( in reaI tate, he must
qn.red to take out a license, as the law ,ecurc the state license
............ ...vvii'v j.w.twj. uj mm
also1, required to put up a bond of .
000 and when securing the license and
The Pendleton water eommivion has
Watch Your Child's Tonguel
Constipated CkiUrca GUdlj Take
California Syrup of Figs"
For 0m Lirer and Bowel
Tell yxur drugcist you wint genuint
,"CVil2Z13 Syrup of Figs." FuU diretiiwia
nd dose for babies and children of fell ife$
who ire constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue
coated, or fuH of cold, are plainly printed on
the' bottle. Look for the name "O' ia"
nd accift ru Ulicr "Fig Syrup." Beware!
Secretary Itaker said:
"The (nritAial progress of America
is show a bv our addition of fresh gloTy
to this day, set apart to memorialize
the aatlon's heroic dead. There U no
division of it ancient sifnifieane but
fresh meaning is added bv those who
have died a foreign soil to perpetuate
the liberties for which their ancestors
gave their lives at home."
"Died for Dwnocraey
'Today eur hand are lawd, not
alone from eoat to eeast. hut ovnwis
as well," said Secretary Wilson. "To-
iiv w commeworate not only aa a na
tion this holy day of memory, bat eur
memorial included the valleys ef
France. th field of Flanders, the
ruin af llcUriam and reaches out in a
network of rympatby that Mretthes
around the world.
To kbor falla the high prtvilege
the noble honor ef carrying en the
work thew bov besan. They died for
nVmoereev" they daeit for freedom
for the cause- which knit the world to
day in the eommea brotherhood of hu
awnitv. It ia for u to continue their
work ta carrv out their plans to do
our work constructively, with the same
teamwork spirit, the same steadfaat
iins and ennrace that haracteriged
our fihtini mot wh died.
Corn? re Obewvea Day
"While the war was on us our slo
gan was ' labor will win the war.' In
this ye! or recentrurtJO it is in
labor 'a aaade the toi's are fivea."
t'onjresa observed the day with a
:ceinl w-jiiib ia the htmc oVvotcd to
tributes ta the Americaas who made
the supreme sacnfire to the country's
lieutenant Royal Johnson, congress-
must be recommennert as cod citizens j decided to let a contract for an erten
bv ten free holders. When the bill was sion of its -vstem 1300 feet into the
propoed in the Inst lesfslature there mountains to add to the eity's water
wu crniiHerfthlc nnTnition to it from 'supply
e. U.S.Pat. Off.
Is our Registered and Gmmoii-law Trade Mark
and can only be rightfully used on goods made
Should any dealer try to sell you any
garment for Children I to 8 years of age
under the KOVERALLS name you
rnay be sure he is trying to market an
inferior substitute on Koveralls reputation.
Unlen made by Levi Straus & Co.
they're not KOVERALLS
Koveralls Keep Kick Kleen
$1.50 He Suit
KOVERLLS are made
only by Levi Stiausi 5c Co,
and beat ttSit
LtVl STR! SS&Ca
asan from Nuith Lakota, who waa