TWO THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1918. MMMMMMMMtMMMtMtMMt1 MM Mr-HOLMBERG says Nujol Laboratories, Standard Oil Company, (New Jersey), Bay onne, New Jersey. Dear Sin: I take pleasure in advising you that the relief I have otv ' tained from the use of Nujol is far more than what is ordinarily termed "satisfactory." For years before sending you my order for a trial bottle of Nujol I habitually used destructive "pink pills" due to the fact that through lack of proper exercise I was continually const:, ated and a sufferer from other ailments known to result only frcr.t irregular bowel-action. I have taken three bottles of Nujol, and ever since I finished the first bottle my bowel action has betn as regular as the rising sun, and my general physical condition is now as good as can be wished for. In my opinion Nujol is a scientific cure for constipation and its countless other resultant ailments. I earnestly recommend it. Springfield, 111. Yours truly, January 3, 1917 ' C S. Holmberg. Don't dread constipation; but don't neglect it It's the poisonous root of scores of serious ailments. Do exactly what ' Mr. Holmberg did : bring back regular bowel-habits with Nujol. Nujol gives you the quick relief you want without the least griping or reaction. Thousands know it is the safest remedy, for the body cannot absorb it. Quit using harmful pills and salts. Nujol makes you "regular as clockwork." Start using it today. ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS There are no substitutes there is only Nujol At tvtrj irut tttr: Send 50o. and w will ship aew kit siza to soldiers or sailors anywhere. mdarasCloekwQtk ffiirn'liiT If Mjatl l w 'Wirr mmm In bottles only.bear ing Nujol trademark -never in bulk. ISflXJ Ol for constipation 'TV RAILROAD GRANT (Continued from page one) less than 300,000 f"t. board measure, to th forty acra subdivision, and some ar valuable only for grazing. Applications to enter any of the lands Mitis restored may be filed by any duly qualified person for a unit of 100 acres or lews, in the Unitod (State land office at Portland, Oregon, at" any time during tho period begin ning J una 22 and ending July 17, HUH. All application filed during this period will to Tonsldercd as filed sim ultaneously. Persona filing at or near the end of the period will have the MMin opportunity nit those who file at LKiorlick1 ASK FOR and GET The Original Malted Milk For Infanta and Invalid Substitutes Coat YOU Same trie the loginning. In ease of conflicting applications for the game lund, a draw ing wilt be held on July 22d, to detor luine the .successful ajipviianta. Applications to enter must be sworn to "before (he register or roceiver Ot the United Htates land office at. Port laud, Oregon, or before a United States commissioner, or judge, or elerk of court of record wiithin the county in which the land is situated. Each appli cation must be accompanied by the re quired land office fees, together with an amount equal to fifty cents per acre to apply on the total .price of $2.50 per acre, the balance of $2 to be paid at tiuie cif final proof. Applicants must personally examine the land. Any person who served for more than ninoty days in tho United States arory or navy during the Civil war, Spanish-American war or Philippine iu mmv.tiuu, and was honorably discharg ed, may filo a soldier 'b or sailor's de claratory statement through an attor ney in fact on tho ground, and make his application toi enlrr wM.hin sii months -thereafter, but sueh declara tory wtutmnmit muirt ba aceoirrimnicd Toy the fee; of $3 and the installment of puchae price required of other ap plicants. A pumphlel) containing the regula tions and a list of the lands with a brief description thoreof will be mail ed after Juno 1st to those requesting same from tho regiitter and receiver ot the United States lund office at Portland, Oregon. FLOOD AT SIOUX CITY. Sioux City, Iowa, Juue 3. Heavy raius approaching a cloud burst early today caused Perry creek, which runs through a thickly settled residential district and a portion of the manufac turing district to overflow its basks and do considerable damage. Thousands of porsons were forced to make long detours afoot to reach higher ground and other streetcar lines to reach their work. Many of them riding in automo bile trucks, wagons, riding horses and some wading down the middle of the streets in water almost up to their waists, as the stiwet car service in the flood district was completely tied up. X lErandejee, Kincaid & Co, Gothcs The Acid Test OF Service Proves the real worth of Clothes as to whether of genuine or shoddy fabric," of thorough or careless tailoring, of staple or faddish fashion. Our clothing business this Spring has been very satis factory even though we have ffiven Suits no special publicity. There now- remain just one hun dred and fifty-four BRANDEGEE. KINCAID SUITS for men. Nearly all of these are conservatively styled staple models for the "staple" men left behind and we feel that you will be pleasantly surprised to know thafryou can still get suits that will "Stand the Test" at from $15 to $25 j iM" 1 ,'..u jv ." rrm '.ur SOCIETY By CASOL & DIBBLE Distinguished visitors ot the week will be Bishop and Mrs. Walter Taylor Sumner of PortHmd, and Mrs. Sum ner's mother, Mrs. Pamuel Mitchell, of Negutnee, Michigan, wko will be entertained ever the neck end, as tle guests ot Rer. and Mrs. Robert 8. Gill. This is the annual visitation of Bishop Sumner and he will oeetmr the pulpit at St. Paul' church both morning and evening Sunday, besides confirming class, Tho visitors will arrive ia the city Saturday afternoon and Saturday ev ening a large reception will be givea ia their honor, by Rev. and Mrs. Gill at tha rectory. The- receiving lint will include Bishop and Mrs. Sumner, Mrs. Mitchell, Rev. and Mrs. Gill, Mrs. Ed ward Weiler and Mrs. U. G. Shipley. Mrs. Mitehell who is spending the summer ia Portland, is the wife of the late Captain Mitchell of Micnigan, a prominent pioneer in the iron industry of the rate. Wednesday, Rev. and Mis. Gill were guest at a delightful function held at Bishopcroft, the Portland home of Rt Rev. and? Mrs. Sumner, in compli ment to Rt. Rev. Dr. Nichols, bishop of California, and the clerical and lay delegates to the Episcopal convention. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Carleton were hosts upon the occasion of a most de lightful dancing party, which took place at the Masonic Temple hall Sat urday evening, it being in the nature of a farewell reception to Rev. and Mrs E. M. Burke, the former of whom has resigned his pas'orate of the Uni tarian church to adept a call for pa triotic service under the auspices of the Oregon Social Hygiene. Approxi mately two score couples, comprising the membership of the church and the immediate friends of the honor guests partook of the congenial hospitality of the event, consisting of dancing and light refreshments, and it was unani mouly pronounced one of the most suc cessful of the season 's receptions. Yel low was the predominating note in the scheme of decorations, which were up on an elaborate but tasteful scale with swarms of huge butterflies fluttering pendant frotm the ceiling and banks of Scotch broom arranged in luxurious banks and profusions about the main pavilion, artistically and pleasingly counterbalanced by gorgeous bouquets, hanging baskets and festoons of white roses and sweet peas In the reception rooms. The only regrettable feature of the event was the inability of the guests oi honor, on account of illness, to be present and participate in the festivities but extended telgraphic fe licitations and regrets. A unique and pleasing feature of the altogether splendidly arranged dancing program for the evening embraced five cotill ions, in "which, butterflies, flowers, famous men, movie stars and war ne cessities served as favors as mediums for finding partners, and a waltz gcr- manirt, planned and carried out upon a progressive scale. Delightful imusic for the occaiwfcn wlsj yunushed By Miss Martha Swart 's orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Carleton were assisted in the receiving line by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hamil ton and Mr. and Mrs. David Wright. Among the out of town guests prestmt were Mr. and Mrs. John I. Savage of Portland and Mise Hose B. Parrott, head of the.Englisih department of the Monmouth Normal school. The parent-teacher association of the Lincoln school, which is always productive of, niOTe or less interesting acmlity, oro resulting n wierwun- menta of a very original and pleasur able nature, are planning a communi ty sing to be held at the school to morrow evening, preceded by a .May pole dance, given by the girls of the Lincoln junior high under tn direct ion of Miss Margaret Powers. The sing which it is hegwd will draw a large proporlion of the-ecjmmunity, will be in charare of J. W. Lcnhart. acting- principal of the school. w Senator C. P. bishop returned home from Portland last night where he went to meet Mrs. Bishop, following her return from a month's sojourn in the eaflt. Mrs. Bishop and her (On Clar ence Bishop, arrived in Oregon Wed nesday, having visited in New York, Washington, D. C, Philadelphia, Bos ton and other places of interest. Mrs. Bishop stayed over night in Portland and will return to Salem this evening, accompanied by her son, Chauncey Bishop, who went up to Portland Sat urday. m m m Miss Barbara Stciner who has been attending the University of Washing ton the past year, returned home Sat mday for her sraianer vacation, which she will pass with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee SHeiner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Durbin were week end visitors at Ncskowin. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Snedecor have returned from an enjoyable ten day's visit at Seattle. - it Lines SHIPLEY'S ANNUAL JUNE CLEARANCE SALE of Odd Lots and Broken v. m In Full Swing PRESENT MARKET CONDITIONS, AND THE STILL FURTHER WHOLESALE INCREASES WHICH SEEM INEVITABLE, MAKE THIS THE MOST IMPOTRANT EVENT THIS STORE HAS EVER AN NOUNCED. The Odd Lots and Broken Lines FROM EVERY SECTION OF THE STORE HAVE BEEN MARKED AT PRICES WHICH WILL MAKE IT WELL WORTH WHILE FOR YOU TO COME TO THE STORE EARLY AND OFTEN IF YOU WISH TO MAKE THE BUYING POWER OF YOUR EVERY DOLLAR STRETCH TO THE FULL LIMIT. Special purchases in several departments have been made which will offer an abundance of genuine bargains in merchandise of quality and at prices which cannot be duplicated for some time to come. U. G. SHIPLEY COMPANY Where Shopping Is a Pleasure. n n itttttt s.. ' Jin lit n rnmnlevtr rVkrl wit. 7 " 777''' Him'- wwcyj fi rueiAKMK" l now possible for every 'I M.I woman through use of MARINELLO Phantom Powder Immediately gives skin appear once of beauty then really beautifies it. Unrivaled beauty builder lor face, neck and hands, Doesn't rub or wash off. Splendid forevening make, up. Your mirror wiil prove its merit. MBS. IRENE SCOTT 125 X. High St. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. East spent the week end in Corvallis, a the guests of their dauihier, Miis Gertrude East. Also ia the party, nhu-h participated in a delifthtful pu-nio Sunday, were Miss Caroline Kast, Miss Jeanette Jones, Miss Mary Rowland and Miss lla ttyauldinft of Salem. Miss Uertrude Kast, who has just completed her sopho more year, will return home tomorrow, the eonunenemieut exercises of the col lege being held this evening. She will bring aa her guest, Mis Elsie Brows of Portland. Several O. A. O. alumni, from Salem, will go up to Corvallis tonight to at tend a banquet given by the Alpha Chi Ornejra sorority, of which they are members, la the party will be Miss Dorothy Steusloff, Miss Gertrude Wall ing, Miss Dorothy Chambers. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young and daugh ters Misn Vivian Young, and Miss veda Young, arrived irom Moscow, Idaho. Saturday to pass the summer ia saJem. I c Youngs ar former Sa fall to make their home in Idaho. Both Miss Vivian Young and Miss Veda Young have taught in tho Idaho schools the) -past winter, the former be ing mathematics instructor in the Mos cow high sehool, and the latter, do mestic, scienicei teacher in the high school at Payiette, Idaho. The Youngs are temporarily domiciled at their country home on the Garden road, planning later to move into town. Miss Freda Sfovitzbart and Miss Esther Spitebart, O. A. C. students, re turned' to Salem for the summer yester day by a novel mode of travel, mak ing the trip fiom Corvallis to Salem in a canoe, a distance of fifty five miles on the Willamette river,. The girls are members of the Pi Beta Phi sorority and having taken an active interest in college ath'letivs. Ihey will spend the simaner with their jiarents, Mr. and Mr tn&rles J. Spitzbart. Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Freerksen of BhedMt arrived in Saleim today for a week's stay aa the guests of their niece, Mr& Charles Elgin at her home, 074 youth Capitol street. The visitors are delegates to the gtate Grange meet ing here this week. A delightful picnics wns enjoyed yesterday by a party of friends on the Wallace mad, who motoring over to .Dallas, made their destination for the day, the large ram'h of Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Kimjball, situated near Dal las. Comprising the party were: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Chafiee, Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Kimball, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fnuiklin,. Miss Nellie Taylor, Miss Belle Miller, Mrs. Marie Matthews, C. E. Hill, Isabella Matthews and Loek wood Franklin. Piano Wedding Day (Grieg), Miss Faye Pratt. Vocal I've Something Sweet to Te!l You (Fanning); If I Were a Hose (Hesselberg), Miss Evadne Harrison. Piano Laimartinc (Godnrd); Evening Star (Wagner-Liszt), Miss Caroline Sterling. Vocal There is Ever a Song Sflmcf where, My Dear; Goodnight( froou.the song cycle "Moods") (E. L. Ashford) Miss Evadne MeCully. Piano Notrturno, op 54, No. 4 (Grieg), Miss Margarette Rutn Wible. Fuel Week In Oregon WiDJje Observed Portland, Or., Jimp 3. Today marks the beginning of Fuel Wock in Oregon. It has been officially proclaimed by Governor Withycombe as the time for all citizens to order their fuel supplies for winter's use. The week will not be one for brass bands and parades, according to Fuel Administrator Holmes, but rathor one for serious activities designed to fill th.e fuel wants of people and industry early, to the end that the strain on al ready overburdened railroads can be re lieved, "The best procession I can imagine" said Holmes, "is one of citizens on the march to the fuel dealers, and a line of fuel wagons delivering their contents to the homes of Oregomans." "The people will help themselves and the government a lot by ordering their fiv.'l now. With orders booked, dealers will be in position to make intelligent estimates as to the wants of their pat rons, and the administration in turn ' will be able to secure proper fuel dis- tributioii. "The prospects for a shortage this fall are such that cv,ory citizen will ' do well to heed the warning and not delay. Thousand!?, I am glad to say, hnve already got their fuel ordered and de livered. Others should do the same or chance li.?utlcss days later." Fuel Week is being observed thru out America ou request of the, national fuel administration. COREGA Holds, Fake-Teeth .Firmly In Mouth It Prevents Sore Gums Gums shrink or swell and plates be come loose, which is no fault of tha Dentist. An application of COREGA siftod evenly on the Dental Plate re lieves these conditions. It holds tha Plate firmly and comfortably in posi tion. Also promotes mouth hygiene. 25c at Drug Stores and Dental Sup ply Houses. Your Druggist can get it from his wholesaler. Free sample from Corega Chemical Co., Cleveland Ohio. Adv. JOURNAL WANT ADS SELL' Tha following program will be pre sented this evening by the freshman students of the- department of music at Willamette- at tho First Methodist ejuireh: Piano Romanes op. 24, No. 9 (Sibe lius) Mis Ahua Nelson. Vocal "Joy of My Heart," (Gior dani); "Daddy" (Behrend) Miss Es ther Anderson. Pianw The Palms (Fuure-Leybaeh) Miss Hein Hunt. Vocal (Springtime (Becker); Sere nado (.louberti), Miss Muriel Luther. Piano Variation, on a them from Dot FriesehuU (Weber-Pacher); The Dying Poet (Gottsohalk), Louise Find ley (elevtn years old.) Vocal I. Cuddl Dcsa; 11. Slumber Boat (Gavnor); III. Essav on the cam el (from ta 8c n eyvle "Smiles" by K. K AsWortt); IV. The Thirsty Child; V. I have the Sorrows, Wini-1 fred Plant (eleven yeara old.) Piano Drifting (Friml), Miss Elsie Ltppold, oeaf Barcarole (from Tales from Hoffman) (OffenWh); Little Boy nir 1.11,11.. mi V Alpha is sold wherever soft drinks are served. delicious, invigorating the drink for all. It is the nation's best new beverage. Alpha isa beverage of quality it allays thirst easily, quick ly and completely. Every Home Should Have Alpha "THE TEST IS IN THE TASTE" Order a case of Alpha for your home give it to your friends drink it with your meals. ALPHA BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT, CHICAGO T. W. JokiuftC. LufJoKS&C. 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