HIE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, ORE. THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 191?. If r Baby's wash needn't be a burden Wash the little one's clothes with Fels-Naptha soap. It keeps them spick and span without boiling and with mighty little rubbing. You'll save a lot of time if you wash the "didies" every day with Fels-Naptha. It is perfect, too, for tiny shirts and dainty dresses. Solve the problem of baby wash to morrow by buying Fels-Naptha. At yw en grocer1 "ft A Kp whit cloth whit a FIRST WAR BABY (Continued from page one) 1918, and as his father is in the service in France, he was promptly named af ter his father. At birth his weight was 10c pounds and at the age of one month, the weight is 12 pounds. Be liv.? with fiia mother, formerly Miss Velma West, t the home of his Brand parents. Mr, and Mrs. L. 8. Rowland, 1391 Waller street. When it eomes to immediate relatives the baby is fixed about liko this: Father in Fran ee, mother in Salem; four grand parents in Salem; one grent great grand lather and two gr.at great grand air th era? ono uncle; three aunts; eleven great aunts and four great uncles; one great preat grandmother; five great aunts and one great great nnele. The grand parents ar,? Mr. and Mrs. Ij. 8. Rowland and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. West, all of Salem. The great grand parents are Mrs. E. M. Rowland of Port land and Mr. and Mrs. E. West of 2513 llsplo avenue, Rail m, Oregon. Ilis great RToat grandmother i9 Mrs. E. M. Collins of Wayne, Neb. ' In the way of Uncles the war baby Is hot faring o well as he has but one, K. Heed Rowland of this ci'y. Tho mints number three tho Miswg Beatrice, Mild Ted and Claudino West of North Raicm. However, with the 11 great aunts and four great uncles and the five grant great aunts, tho chances are that tho only passing around tho first "war baby will experience will be among his num erous relatives. Bes; Remedy for Whooping Cough "Last winter when my little boy had tho whooping eongh I gave him Chamberlain ' Cough Remedy." writes Mr. J. ft. Robots, East St. Louis, 111 "It kept to wiKgh loose and relieved Warn, if those dreadful coughing spells. It ia the only cough medicine I keop in the house 'because I have the .most confidence in it." This remedy Is alao ood for colds and croup. THRESHERS ACCUSED (Continued from page one) Iowa. Aa the meason advances, Minne sota, Illinois, Montana and the Dako tas will be reached. Oklahoma prices range from 10 to 18 cents a bushel in some districts. Missouri's ecaleis are from six to ten cents. One Illinois district has fixed its price as low as eight cents a bushel. Threshing machine owners are being licensed anil will be under the super vision of the thrashing division of the food administration, newly created, to handle the problem of harvesting. In each eoutty in the wheat bolt tho county food administrator has been asked to organize a threshing commit tee to determine all question of fees and harvesting 0n tho basis of local conditions. jg jg g jg jg j( ' )( )(( CROPS IN DANGER ment's proposal for a conference on prisoners ait Heme has not been very satisfactory, it wa learned today. Further inquiry is being made, how ever, and itt is possible the conference ultimately will be arranged. Incidentally, it became known the conference would consider not only treatment of prisoners, but also ex change of them. EVERT SAT THE PAPERS g ARE FULL OF THE ACTTVIT- 8 IES OF SPIES IN AMERICA & THE Winnipeg, Man., June 20. Crops from Winnipeg west to the mountains are in critical need of Tain, according to J. 1). MWlregor, director of agri cultural labor of Canada's food iboard, horo today. Thd weath' er of tho next two weeks will doteriuiuo crap conditions, he said, but the uncertainty makes conservation through North. America essential. " M'ADOO MTIBT REST Washington, Jno 20. Secretary McAdoo has been ordered by physi cians to a ranch in the west. Believing his throat troublo was serious, the doc tors ordered complete rest. MAT EXCHANGE PRISONERS Washington, June 20. Germany's answer to the American state depart- I f V Every man, woman and child 1 should sea this sensational ex-1 pose of the German spy system 1 In this country. It may help you 1 to bring some spy to Justice. STARTS SUNDAY AT jt THE LIBERTY THEATER tit AT REGULAR PRICES 1 ft UttttUttAn Economical, Delightful, Light Place to Trade ttntltftttttt UNITED STATES WORKING. BOY RESERVE m Let the children help. Let not us grown folks be selfish in our service. Let us give the children, too, their chance. Let us mobilize bur youngsters willing little hands in the great cause. Let us enlist them in the freeing of the world. Smart Sport Coats, Sweaters and Skirts 3 As soon as you see them we have no hesitation in sarin? vou will not he I sahsiied until you have one cf them . A beautful. showing of the Ladies' New awatar Coats, Pure Silk Fiber. Price $8.50 to $19.50 Isses m to S5.50 I AH Wool Silk Fiber Slipen $3.65 to $5.50 SILK. DRESS SKIRTS The demand for Silk Skirts is unprecedented, and to meet it thev are made of I a great variety of weights and weaves in scores of nrettv stvles and remark- Me values $4.98 to $19.50 ena us lour m .416 MaU Orders 0y J Jb C , Stat Street kJCMV 111) Oregon We Pay Postage ft . M ..... . ... ,. . : iOdETY 3 Mr. A. L. JohasoB was hoten last night for the members cf the Welsh soriety, who gathered 4 her home, J -si btate ftret, for what t roved to oe a most inspirational evenmz of nn ie. Tk aeeaMoa was ia the us. tare of a tribute to the memory of ria Wil liams, !ae renowned Welsh tenor, whose recent deatb has been keenly moara ej tnrougbout the musical world. Airs. D. B. Jaroiaa cave aa iatereet ing talk on Welsh mneic, followed by sue Bulging oi neisn songs vy Me guesis. In fceepiBf with the avint of the evening a number of the record of Kvan n ilhanis were played. rrotessor r. . Kooerts and Dr. ileurie Roberts cave several ea joyable piano selections. Little -Miss itiwendolya Jarman also contributed to the pleasure of the program with pi ano number j. An abun&anee of June roses lent lovely decoration for the affair. Those participating in the obsenr ance of the occasion were: Mrs. Carl Uregg Doney. Mrs. llattie Evans of Colunbua,Ohio, Air. and Mrs. R. E. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenks and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Oeorge and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hughes, Miss Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Hoberts, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jar man, Professor T. S. Roberts, Dr. Meu rie Roberts, Mrs. Jane Roberts, Mrs. Mary Myers, Mr. Humphrey, Gwen dolyn Jarman. Thelma Johnson, Mar garet Johnson and Ruth Johnson. Mrs. J. 8. Graham relumed yester day from a two week's vl9lt at Mill City, as the guest of Mrs. William Hidden. Mrs. Merlin Harding is spending the week in Portland. The United Circle of the Congrega tional church will hold its regular monthly business meeting tomorrow af ternoon at 2:30 at the ohurch parlors. The annual ekeotioa of officers will take place, with Mrs. Flora Clark, the presiding officer, in the chair. Mrs. O. W. Laflar i entertaining as her guests, the Misses Anna end Aman da I)ow of Mailing, Iowa. Also visit ing at the Laflar home, 1190 South "Liberty street, ere, Mr. 'and Mrs. R. U. Kithelbereer and daughters, tfuw and Edna, of Waitsburg, Washington. w Mrs. Ida Bal)cock went to Oregon City yesterday for a short visit. The latter part ofl the week, she will go on to Portland1 to attend the uniyiaL re union of Oregon pioneers. Her daugh ter, Miss Mayme Babcoek, will join her mother in Portland Saturday. 1 w w Mrs. Arel Parrot and small son, Archie, Jr., e.f, Portland have been the guests of Mrs. Cal Patton this week. They returned ome yestorday. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Moore and daughters, the Misses Ruth and Helen Mooo-e, returned the lirst of the weea from a short visit at Lebanon, where they were the guests of Mrs. Moore's brother, A. L. Ryan. Miss Louise Sehaeffer accompanied thean. The Willing Hands auxiliary was en tertained vesterday "by Mrs. J. A. Ba- sey at her home 91 South Capitol strcot. Mrs. Ralph White will be host ess for the auxiliary next week, at her residence on Trade and Church streets The junior pupils of Mrs. Julia Mills Weigel enjoyed a recital at her nome Wednesday afternoon at zmu o oiock. The living rooms were fragrant with a profusion of sweet peas and roses. The following program was given: Vocal, (a) In the Beautiful .Land or. Somewhere neitman ....(b) The Blue Bird Kurmmer Jessie Edwards Auld Lang Syne Bcllak DeJoise Hiee (a) Pretty Sunshine Greeuwald (b) The Millwheel .... Jac" Helen Trawick Ou Tatrol Matilee Loeb-Evans Delia Bltmck A Lfltter From. Auntie . Lichner Mariorie Wakey Melody of Love Engleman Jessie Edwards Sparklets. Miles Alpha Holcomb In May Martin Juan its Hradv Gertrudes Dream Watts. Beethoven Ethel Geimond Barcarolle Offenbach Faust, trans. Krug Alive Beach .Ajfror the program refreshments were served to the guests, including, Lorene Gearheart, Honor Zell, Jessie Edwards, Delia Blunek, Alios Beach, Irene Kcrocher, Jiwurita Brady, Eve lyn .Hale, Alpha Itoteomb, Dctoise Hice, Helen Tranvic.k, Marjorie Wakey, Eth el Germond, Chester Beach and" Glenn Weigel. A diversified (iveiiing of merriment. has been plalnned for the members of the lllahee vlub tonight, to inelnde e picnic, supper at the links, golf for those so inclined, dancing at the club house biter in the evening. The jolli fication will take the form of a gen eral get-to-gother gathering for both the chl and new members, fifteen of the latter having recently been ad mitted into tho club. SALE! ASTONISHED BY MERCHANTS STORY K merchant relate the following: "For years I could riot sleep without turning every hour. Whatever I ate caused gas and sourness. Also had stomach catarrh. O.VE SPOONFUL buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mined in Adler-i ka. relieved me IS- STAN'TLY. ' ' Because Adler-i ks flush es the ENTIRE alimentary tract it re lieves ANY CASE eonaticatiou, sonr stomach or gas snd prererrts appendi- ein. it has yt ickent aetion of any thing we ever sold. J. C. Perry. Thin until relieved by Nujol Constipation kept Mrl Frank Smith thin until Nujol gave him relief, which was followed by a surprising gain in weight- His letter follows:, - NUJOL LABORATORIES, STANDARD OIL CO. (New Jersey), BAYONNE, N.J. Dear Sirs: . I can say that Nujol did a lot for me. I was always constipated and had to take pills continually. I was very thin. - After taking one bottle of Nujol I was well of con stipation and gained more flesh than I ever had before in my life. Yours truly, Heidelberg, Ky., Frank Smith. Jan. 19,1917. Rijular ts Cloclworh PROFIT by Mr. Smith's desirable experience! Start taking Nujol to day! Be one of the healthy thousands who no longer suffer from constipation. Don't run the risk of serious loss of health through fail ure to regulate your bowels by the use of Nujol. Both chronic and occasional constipation yield readily to the natural, effective action of Nujol. It relieves gently and surely without upsetting digestion; without griping; and with no reaction whatsoever. Nujol is pure; positively drug-free ; pleasant to take. It is the safe remedy for all. Infants, invalids, old folks take it with excellent results. Be "regular as clockwork" use Nujol. ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS There are no substitutes there is only Nujol every drug store. Send 30c and we will ship new kit size to soldiers and sailors Anywhere. In bottles only, bearing Nujol trademark t . V d never in bulk. IN UJ Ol for constipation CRAZED BY THE SUEF San Francisco. June 20. Crazed hy the roar of the sunf, which he imagin ed was the thunder of the guns in Pranee, Colin Stuart, shell-shocked Anzaw, beat Ma pretty bride of three months into unconsciousness. Today Stuart, reeovered from hiB hallucina tion, is in jail eharged with a murder ous assault on his wife, and the lat ter is being cared for at a hospital. Stuart -was gent here aft-r being in valided home from Australia, in the belief that travel might serve to re store his mental poise. Two Aviators Killed Dayton, Ohio, June 20. Lieutenants Frank S. Patterson of this city and LeHoy 8an of Norwich, Conn., -wero instantly killed at Wright field last evening when the airplaile they were testing crumpled at an altitude of 15, 000 foot and crashed to earth. Get Bid of Tour Bheumatism Wilson at a horse show and confirms the ceinion of others that Mrs. Wilson ia fully aa good appearing as her pie tures show and that she fully carries out the part as the "first lady in the THE GREAT CHANGE Of LINES SHOE SALE AT 75 STILL GOING All Old lines will be be COMPLETELY " CLOSED OUT Seiby's, Hasan's, Sachs, Utz and Dunnes and others mast go. Our new lines have already begun to come and we MUST CLEAR OUT our shelves. In spite cf the fact that the labor shortage in the factories is advancing the cost of shoes by leaps and bounds, in some instances as much as 30 per cent in two weeks, we are going to close these Enes out at practically cost, and in many instances way below last year's costs. . Yon cannot, in justice to yourself, miss this opportunity, which will soon be gone, and shoes wS not be so low again for aiany years. Ccme in and we will prove cur statements.