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Proof that Some Women
do Avoid OfiArafinnc
Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wi. tars:
j. B 1 1 1 1 1 m i Trnm rpma a rcnnh db ii-hini. .n.,, j .
i r : - nmvu infleu piLTCiDir rains
ll.ke !Lwmf9,lhr?ugh my baolc nd d- I finally lost all my
strength sol had to go to bed. The doctor advised an operation
f ou not listen to it I thought of what I had read about
Lydia E. 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound and tried it. The first
bottle brought great relief and six bottles have entirely cured me
All women who have female trouble of any kind should trv
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." 7
How Mix. Boyd Avoided an Onrfi,rn
' Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a female trouble which
u.x7 u.uvu luiuiiui, oiiu iiwu uucwrs aeciueu that
F 1 IU11 II I H a A trt n. tKMnnk n 1 ' 1 .
utv w 8u iuivuju iu uuruuou oeiore i could
"My mother, who had been helped by Lydia E.Pink-
i igcwun vuuipuumi, auvisea me to try it be-
TAM Bllhmiini. nM . .1 T 1 1 . .
Duuuumug wau upcrauun. ii relieved me from
TTtv traiihlna oa T nn n J . I. ...... - 1 . 1 .
vri, vo 1 vc" uw " uuuse woia wunouiany
Hlfiiktlltw T nili:, 1. .. i
u.u.uu.iij. x uuM mj nuuian who is anuciea wltll
female troubles to give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-j
ituio ommuna a trial anu it will uo as much T7V
r there." Mrs. Mabib Boyd, 1421 5th bt., LA
N. E., Canton, Ohio. lij jfo
-vcry uici woman anoui
ETOIA E. PIWKHATCS
Before Submitting To An Operation
LYDIA E.PINKHAn MEDICINE CO. LYNN. MASS.
tl IBM k
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(Continued from page one)
' V. M. MeCarrcll, Vernal, Utah.
Walter C. Cooper, Grand Bapids, Mich
Sergeant Harold J. Cox, Cedar Bapids,
C. H. Meyer, Chicago.
" Trumpeter, C. . Coe, Chicago.
Privates C. J. Pickering, Weldiuan
P. H. Martin, Salina, Kan.
H. C. Myers, Mclean, 111.
, C. S. Markham, Dalals, Taxas,
H. Q. Cooley, Chicago.
A. E. Bcbuens, Cleveland, 0.
J. P. O'Brien, Detroit,. Mich.
L. Dresden, Chicago.
0. S. Brooks, Bedias, Texas.
L. L. Enghauser, 8t. Louis, Mo. .
W. Siegle, 8t. Louis, Mo.
D. Carpenter, Hwanton, Ohio.
S. JTalblaub, St. Louis, Mo.
P. W. Gordon, Oquawaka, 111.
B. J. Lut,"s, Dalas, Texas.
W. P. Lindey, Cincinnati, 0,
C. Comstock, Jr., Detroit, Mich.
J. W. fitranahaii, Mount Ayr, Iowa
J. C. McMillan, Cleveland, Ohio.
R. L. Williams, Scotts Bluff, Neb.
Carter's Little Liver Pills
You Cannot be AJLemedy That
Smill Dom '
Ganrilna bus titnuun
many colorless facet but V will greatly help most Dale-faced mo!.
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B. W. N.awtoB. 4707 Eleventh hvphhr
N, E., Seattle Wash.
tt. F. Simpson, Columbia, Pa.
A. M. Buck, Kalamazoo, Mich.
J. P. Wnuk, Mahaffcy, Pa.
J. A. Hall, East St. Louis, Idll.
W. L. Holland. Ottnmwn
S. C. Cudmun. 248 Twentv PnnrJIi
street, Portland, Ore.
h. Bowors, 1 airmont, W. Va.
L. Mullinix, Casey Creek, Ky.
P. J. Burton, Martins Pery, hio.
W. S. McClelan, Colfax, 111.
B. Barchus, Blackwell, Mo.
li. P. Willet, North Henderson, HI.
D. W. Field, Minneapolis, Minn.
Gerald V. Waules. Omaha. Nnh
W. J. Gorniely, New Berlin, 111.
E. G. Hamel, Toledo, Ohio.
E. J. Pecnesnye, Detroit, Mich.
C. H. Hehert. hfSi Prnnciacii Stroot
11. lialbraith, Mio, Mich.
V. V. Ingham, Hopkins, Mich.
P. J. J. Oadv. Hfiflllmnnf Tvoa
Corporals G. P. Hunter. Duuiatnwn
P. P. Eich, Alden, Pa.
B. J. Matthews, Saginaw, Mich,
B. A. Pletcher, Chicago.
' B. V, Connelly, Bock Island, HI
G. Marklev. Williams flkla
Sergeants it. A. O'i&cefo, Carnegie,
C. 0. Spankuch, Chicago.
A. 8. Kinir. Cleveland. Ohio
H. Y. Kajkey, Atlantic Mine, Mich.
i. yv. Duuieriana, t'nmp, Urk.
Gunnery Sergeant, H. Gay, Mount
l lcasant, Mich. . .
Br CAROL a DIBBLE
Another popular S' wifir
will be enrolled iiui th.
or J on wides, when Miss Bar
bara SHeiner and Lieutenant Karl C.
Fletrei Dliirht their tmih th;.
at a mpl home wedding, whiek will
be solemnized t the home of Miss
Steiner'a parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. E.
Le Sterner, at eight oVck. Bey.
W. G. Elliott, Jr., pastor of the Uni
tarian rkurch at Parti a nil will w.A
the service. The guests will include
only tho immediate relatives of the
MrS. J. E. Flanderil nt Pnrlli.j I.
visiting her sister, Mrs. L. P. Griffith.
M. and Mrs. Will Ttonnntt. unn.
last night from Portland, where they
have enjoyed a few day's stay.
Mrs. William C. Kniirhtnn
panied by her mother, Mrs. E. E. Wa
ters, left this afternoon for Portland,
where they will pass week or ten
Miss Clavton Burrmv
passed yesterday in Salem, as the guest
ui inxs. raui u. iscJimidt.
Mrs. J. H. Grimex nf
centlv visited in Salem with V.
. . r ... i - . . . .
ier, jurs- tnaries is.. Spauiding.
A lareweM surnruw nnrfv woo mvM
in honor of Fee Clifford Esteb, at his
nome in noiiu b'alem, last night. Mr
tstet is jeaviiifir for fumn Tvtmi. tn
join the service. The rooms were deco
Itated with roses and canterbury bells,
coior scneme Demg red, white and
bine. At midnight a delightful lunch
Those present were: Misses De Vera
xuursiun, nazei mrsn, iuaurine Lar
son, Luellla Huntley. Ester Miller. Jes
sie jUW&rrlA. MI A in and lo nh ha
Wav. Loraine Parsmiu. Mr. Wu Mr.
IShriber, Mrs. J. S. Bamsey, Miss Evlyn
.nuriy OT r-orueno, Messrs. ree Esteb,
Fulton and Arlia Kjrtul. Arthur 41,.m.
by, John Sproed, Neiss, and Miss B.
T TA 1
d Ends S
Miss Julia Marian Chase became the
Dride of Joseph Harrison of Browns
ville Tuesday mnruinu Pi fi. W TTnli
officiating at tho ceremony, which was
jjcnuimeu an me captist parsonage at
10:30 in the presence of the iinmedi-
alte relatives. The young couple left
immediately for therr new home at
,1 t Why wear a felt hat under a blazing sun? It
lsn Profitable, not even economical Look it up
forsaf e keeping. It will be worth more next fall
These Sailors are cooler, certainly more sea
sonable and dollars in your pocket
Surely so when Half a Dollar buys Hats form
crly priced at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50.
ANOTHER LOT REDUCED TO, CHOICE $1.00
The Army list
Washington, June 21. General Per
shing- today reported 38 casualties
ainung nis iorc.es, divided as follows:
Killed in action. (1: riiml "if -nmmrlc
one; died of disease, 3; wounded se-
voreiy, it; wounaed (degree undeter-
The list includes:
Killed in action:
Sergeant J. Lucas, Courtland, Iud.
Horseshoer B. Williams, a it i-li arm "V
Y. ' v"
Privates H. G. Harris, Thurber, Texas,
T. J. O'Conueil, New York.
W. Slomks, Chicagu.
T. Zangara, Passiaa, N. J.
Died of wounds:
Private B. Saltzmaa," Brooklyn, !T. Y.
Died cf diseaae:
Privates 8amunl f! n.in T....
;n1 ri: j '
t. M. Goodsoll, Topeka, Kaa.
B. Griffin, Bclzoni, Miss.
The wounded severely in(.liiflrl.
Corporali P. Dandridgo, Paducah,
jj. xniK-r, oprirgneiu, 111.
O. Hoffman, Cincinnati, Ohio.
William Little. EddvviUn. Noh
W. H. Parsons, Sandy Hook, N. Y.
iu. j . uinn, Conner, fa.
E. A. Boss, Oraw Valley, Cal.
Waironer II. L. Smith. Vnrrv T,o
Privates V. Bailey, Iowa Palis, Iowa,
x. jjuggs, viiniam, uo,
A. Bulass, Forbes Boad, P.
L. A. Diefer, Sullivan, Ind.
K. J. Diiscoll, Calledouia, Minn,
W. L. McDowell. Lvnna. U
J. M. Martinez, Beaver City. Utah
a. u. iuuies, .Eaton, I'an.
Packing Comaanv Official
Testifies Hams Were Good
New York. June 20.Tlir,.o i,,i,.,.i
thptisand pounds of ham, rejected hf the
y, was eaten i.y Thomas Wilson and
other employes of that cnmrtnnv nml th.
public, it was testified in the trade
commission 's piob0 of alleged bad meat
W, W. Bowers.
ent of Wilson and company, declared
that all hams rejected had been allow
ed to remain in freiirh. m.. ; v.
York from ten to 27 days before being
nsjnx.eu oy tne navy officials. He said
that wli'.'ti the navr nnl..r .
ed, Wilson called the officials of the
company aim told them that he wanted
all ment furnished
t - w - vwt0 titer unvT
sinTiMcauoni as it was the first ordei
rec-ivea xrom tne government. He de
med that any of the hams were sour
Miss Eula Zea of Loma, Montana, is
visiting in Salem as the truest of her
sister, Mrs. A. A. Gra.her. ami M
Frank Bligh. She will remain in tho
city for another month.
A Dleasurahle nfternnnn nn. .koi.o.1
recently Iby the members of the W. B.
C. and Ihe G. A. T?.. whn tha lattor
invited tho former to participate in a
joint meeting at the armory. A short
program featuring Flag Day was giv
en, including Dartiotia annia hv lr.
La Moine Clark, a reading by Mrs.
itLiLi v vvAkr.Hnn. a. n aha n uiiitaoi. kv ( in-
don Barker, and patriotic sedectiona hv
Mrs. Entress. At the conclusion of tho
program retreshnients were served by
ine u. a. k. ,
CONTINUES WITH UNABATED INTEREST
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES ARE OFFERED FOR MATERIAL SAV- It
Women, Misses and Children's Ready i
TI7 in w . wr - r
lu Par ana Keaay to Use Merchandise j
U. G. Shipley Company
OUTFITTERS TO WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN
(Continued from page one
20,769 accidents were reported, 169 of
these being fatal. The total number
of work-days during which workmen
were exposed to the hazards of enmlnv.
ment was equivalent to the respective
years to 40,023 and 55,472 full-time
workmen employed 300 days per year.
Emnlovera enntrihutarl :
r ' IV U1D HlBUr-
uco iubu Qunng tne past year $1,573,-
090.32. while in th TlffHiOrllTir iron- 1.
total was only $832,175.59. The pay
meats made by workmen during the
same Deriods wpr tinfijmnn
r ..w-w yivwjiyW.UU Villi
There was paid out iu compensation
benefits chirins? th taf va.. i oaa
02.74 and for the preceding year the
Although the ComDensation Law ia
an ontional nn itn .tr -i
- 1 - nv..M U.'CtailUU
iraiuiea in a very large proportion
centrated in the mountain area. But
this was naturally anticioated hv hn
ItaKan eommand and it was' here that
ine Austrians sustained their most ser
ious reverse. Of the forty divisions
(480,000 men) employed hpre more
man tlurtv ihvtKimm f sen mm
suffered such heavv lnaso thm n
compelled to retire.
ine Austrian! have been forced to
relieve every division nue.i in t,a
mountains on the first day of the
drive. This is responsiilila far th nnm.
parativo inaction cn that ' front.
The enemy also needs new supplies
of munitions and as soon as these are
brousht up and hi
ized. he is exnnctml in atril.n n..nihi.
;anajor bfew from tho north.
uesnite the fni'ir tho Aii.ti.Min.
raliaiWy reported to have used nearlv
a nilliion men alrpi)n
meir enmre-eTieetrvei force a wound-
ej enemy nffwAr d(wil.ni tk.ir- a.;n
. V,,LU my Bbiu
i nave considerable) reserves.
of the inWraHTX xtJ?,j!
, mhiiu MV1 AVI 111 V Vi
MEN ENGAGED IN
(Continued from page one)
Mr. and Mrs. f! S S.l,.rff. n
CtOmoanied by their ftainrhtar Min
. -V p, .. . . , wuw
Louise- Schaeffer, have gone to New
port, where they will pass the summer
iu uieir cottage.
He said that some nf them w m.nM
as a result nf hnvino hsra hilJ on l
O -'- uwi. ov IVJlg
at their destination and the improper
tnwaiDg spccinea py tne navy, which
us mnce oeen aDoiisned.
Bowers testified that h, Wilson, and
other oficials of the company and his
mre sonB, nan eaten of the rejected
hams and with the exception of 750
pounds thy were put on the general
market. He declared that 99 per cent of
the hams wer found avast and fi. ,.
human consumption after a second inspection.
Again it is aiinoimnpit that Pm-tiomi
is tO bn a WOOl market. Good nnw hear.,
- -r-.i.viio Vi IUC
state subject to its provisions coming
uuuur iia pruiection. When the law
became effective in ipu thovo ,o
4,483 different employers operating
under it, but since that time the num
ber has steadily increased until at ,.
present time thn emnln... o ttq
- -t - -""inujiia ui c,iju
different individual employers, firms
ana corporations are under its protec
tion. Diirinff the last th
of a total of 6,114 accidents reported
iv mo viuwmission v-t.oy0 were of ac
cidents to workmen
operating under the compensation law
omi u.ixye were or accidents to work
men emoloved hv fi
Durinff tha veai anrlinr. ATnw 1 iniT
the cost of aduiiniatration t.
7.68 of the total receipts, while for
the past twelve months the ratio was
lowered to !S.17. Out nt oil ...,.
i -i" - i-- " ... ,ii vj m a
spent by the Commission for every pur
pose sines the law became effective, in
jured workmen ha.VA Tf)Ai voi in i
pensation benefits 91.71 of the total
Sines the law became effective there
have been renortad in tn
a total of 43.459 araidenta ni.piii-iii ..n.
der the law, and of this number 41,181
have been settled hv tha hnn,i - Tn
disposing of this large number of claims
there have been but 26 appeals from
the Commission' daeiainn iv.Hmn.
less than one appeal in 1,500 decisions.
(Contanned from page one)
ITALY IS DRIVING
(Continued from page one)
on the lower Piave, tha premier said.
safe and pleasant
cup to take its phec
is new used re
ulaity by thousand
of former coffee
drmkeis who live
better and feel
of the change.
Ikrei 4 Rsasoa"
With the Ttalian Irmiu in tVni j
uuiic (.igui; rignting rages in
ccBsantlv alonir th whnlo Piuo iin
t U....H. . .. . 7 . .7 v "
xiviu. luuuivtio to wo-Adriatic.
The Italians annear tn hav. tho a J
vantage everywhere on this front, par
tieularly above Zenson. Their attacks
are carne.l out. wit.h ri o,.,i ,iu
fwhule the lew frequent Austrian coun
Open fiebtincr has tiermit-toil t Tt.i
ian cayalry to act as such for the first
umj wk xne new onensave began. Jn
a certain sector mi tha Pivi iin ,ni
ea mncers made a spemtacular charge.
nuroiing rive Darru-ades and slaugh
They captured seventy prisoners, three
camion anu tareet maclune nuns.
xi is now estmiated that fiiro no.
my divisions f 60.00ft nml ara nn ttiA
wtoo aiue or tne river. A considerable
number of thea ara north nf Ran Tin no
XH lVfl. vhera their t.nm
navw uvea ffwenr awav hv th. f nnri.
Mi river. The Austrians have succeeded
m tnrowing- three new bridges across
.I- jt! n ... , r
" u "ua sector, out tne cur
rent is less RU-ift. hara miu tn tha
broadening of the. rtvar. an,l tha nA.i.
tions are ipm exnn.sH t itoi;in ntn.
lery fire, because- of tha latter 's great
er msranee rrom the ibank. The enemy
units further north are still in great
uanger or capture or anuhiiiation thru
lnabiJitv to obtain reinfrtrcampnt. ni i-.
plenish their amnuinition or food sup
plies. This is particularly the case just
south of Cajidelu. whor. th. ltl,.
drova forward to the river, spUttingj
Attempts by the A iisfniana tn aire.
the river ia beats and rafts have result
ed in onany being swept away and
ResUlDiBfiOn Of tha Austrian
sou hward from the mountain region is
t-iptr.iea nouriy. xtus most obvious
strateay suewsa at whL i, mi.m ..t.
flank and compel retirement of the
whola Piav hnV-i. llAliavA.l tn Vn..a
"been etunselled hy Hindenburg and
Lydeadorff who are reported to have
Pftid a flvina vimt tn Anatri.n l..i.,.l.
I quarters. In the initial drive last Sun
day the greatest enemy ef fot wag ton-
fly to Italy or any other part of the
The American Liberty motor has not
beeu sufficiently tested to warrant its
use in trans-Atlantic flights,. Several
Bols-Boyce engines will be imported for
the initial flight, which milana tha nn.
expected happens, will probably bo at-
tempteu in September Or Uctober.
So certain ara thn allien tl.n. th
trans-Atlantic flights will bo successful
that they are planning their coming air
prosrrama on this method nf tmnsTinttno-
planes to Prance.
The possibilities before aircraft which
can make non-stop flights from New
foundland to the Azores, about 3,200
miles, are unlimited. Bombing raids over
the interior cities of Germany will Vie
me logical result.
Upon America more than any other:
nation rests trw responsibility and op
portunity of pushing the advantages of
me aeriai supremacy to tile utmost, eGn
eral Branker stated.
"The air offensive against Germany
nas now aorinitely started and will
grow steadily in volume and effi
ciency" he added. "By degrees all the
vital points of Germany will come with
in our reach."
The British are depending entirely on
the liberty motor for tho carrviiio tn
Of their air nroffram fnr a van tn
insofar as bombing, reconnaisane and
photographing machines are concerned.
"We will want thousands and thous
ands of them," General Branker said.
"Tha regulations further provide that
persons, including ushers and nth at
tendants engaged and occupied in con-
uccuuu wmi games, sports and amuse
ments, excepting actual nerfnrjni,,.. n
legitimate concerts, operas or theatrical
perrormers, are engaged in non-produc-tivn
occupations and employments."
James B, Wliealer, of St Louis waa
wuea an an airpiano fall ncre today.
John M. Rafter, of St. Paul, Minn.,
who accompanied him escaped without
Washinyton. .Tuna Pi Tim fnn.
r-.- j mu .v,ii;u9 ui
General Semliiioff, anti-bolsheviki lead
yr naive oeen aereated and are retiring
into Chinesa territory. ajvnr.Kn. n
state department advices from Harbin
Building activities 'at Josenti nr. i ii -
creasinir as the heat -fTnm' fllrl Hni
pushes the mercury up in the thermom-
.stcr, acocrding to the Enterprise Re
porter's Joseph correspondent.
lis wavs Bnzes&Aa-
'""now PMe for every
11 in. i woman through use of
Immediately gives skin appear
ante of beauty then really
bautifies ft. Unrivalfd beaiit? builder
for face, neck and hands. Dsn't tub
or wash off. Splendid for evening make,
up. Your mirror will prove its merit
MBS. IRENE SCOTT
125 N. High St.
TRY JOURNAL WANT ADS
ttHMIIItHt)))t(MMtMH)ltlHI f HtmiHH
l Buy the best and
: avoid extravagance
This is no time to take chances on clothes. Buy good $
Ones: thnRP that nro mario fn 7ocf n T itJi II..:
Save monf v fnr vnn J i-
We have the clothes
HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
525 TO $40
BISHOP ALL WOOL SUITS
?20 TO $35
Now they're worth much more than we paid for : :
them-and they're worth much more than youH
DaV. All wnnl fine ?.nv,. T5ti. ... J
llftw: it's PCnnntmr ' & ' uls