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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM. ORE. Friday, july 19, ms.
Are Here Told iLe Best Remedy
for Their Troubles.
Freemont, Oi "I w passing through the critical
period of life, belnr forty-six years of age and had all
the symptom incident to that change heat flashes,
nervousness, and was in a general run down condition,
so it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended to me as
the best remedy for my troubles, which It surely proved
to be. I feel better and stronger in every way since
taking it, and the annoying symptoms have disap
peared." Mrs. M. Gobbes, 9ii Hapoleon St, Fremont,
Forth Haven, Conn. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound restored my health after everything else
had failed when passing through change of life. There
is nothing like It to overcome the trying symptoms.?
lira. FuJUUici LuUAox W, Korta Haven, Conn.
BTDIA E. PINKHAM'S
fam tftid greatest rocoffd im tks aist cjdl
(Continued from page one)
to tho roar as rapidly as possible.
Later, whou otter infantry was cnt
forward ia support, thoy carried up ma
chine guns. These were quickly follow
ed liy tield gum and then heavy ar
tilh ry. It was one of the quickest ex
mplos of organization in tint) whole war.
The fighting unity of France and
America was illustrated by the fact the
French and American wounded were car
rled to tho rear in the sanw ambulance
Americans drove Fr.'neh motor tr'urki
and Frenchmen drove American trucks
Doughboys, constituting the reserves
rode forward on trucks and ammunition
wagons rati 11 u beans and slum an they
bounced over the ancven ground, Th.'J
had not baited to eat in Jho lust 21
hours but they were grinning and satis
fied at the prospect of "eating up- s
, few lleinies." '
The littb French "fly" tanks wero
remarkably effective. Tho Americans
worked behind hem like veterans as they
rolled across the fields t and up tlui
streets of the villages.
When the attack was being planned
Wednesday night, a certain American
general suggested that his troops should
advance to a certain point.
"1 fcur it would be inadvisable,"
laid his superior. MYou can't go that
"The hell I can't," exploded the
general. "Any place I ask my boys to
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with a million little springs in its
fabric which "give and take"
with every movement of the
body, and preserve the shape of
the garment despite long wear
and hard washings.
It ii the yrar-sround underwear, light,
medium or hcivy weight, at you like.
"Remember to Buy It
Yeu'il For.t You Have It On"
AA Your DtaUr
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Sales Room: 350 Broadway, York
U- i ."J.
Why wear the sticy, starchy kind when comfortable soft collars '
ere made especially for sultry daysf
We arry ten different styles made of Knulish check,
fancy Madras, rep and pique, kzns 12 to 17 at lSe two
for ...... - - 36c
go, they '11 go!"
Tho object ivo requested was granted
and the general and his boys were there
The attack northwest of ' Chateau
Thierry iirmerils the Germans holding
tho nearest point to Paris. They will
1x8 forced to nso up their reserves hero
if the allied advance Is to be checked.
TIio attack also weakens the enemy
east of Khiems. The Americans and
French there have not given an iuch
of tjioii iiU of any importance while the
battering goes oil west of lihiems.
"fciiossoiis" Is on all American Hps.
The attack in that region has progressed
with such speed that, the situation it
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. SEVENTY THREE
, (Continued from page one)
II. West, Boston, Mass.
i Privates W. H. Brown, Galveston,
. Texas. t ,
I C. F. Burns, Duquense, Pa.
I Killed in action, 16 j died of wounds
J. K. Dowling, Philadelphia, Pa.
W. A. Fiene, Gates, N. Y.
K. P. Forbes, Windos, Colo.
D. (Joldberg, B'roklyn, N. Y.
A. E. Jones, Troy, N. Y.
M. KHnman, Toquerville, Utah.
R. K. Lanham, Detroit, Mich.
W. F. Ptloubct, Asheville, N. C.
W. J. Rosendcs, Bodega, Cal.
J. P. Thompson, Houston, Texas.
D. 0. Wistcd, DulutlK Minn.
M. Zippy, Chartero, Pa.
Died of wounds: . .
Corporals 0'. J. Moore. Oxford, Ark.
O. O. Phillips, Hcrkiner, N. Y.
Piivates A. D, Benners, Ambler, Pa
A. Card, Madison, N. J. i
W. A. Clark, 8t. Louis, Mo.
J. Dani"lson, Chicago.
McK. Dcaton, MarbersviUe, Ky.
U. (lordon, no address given.
A. E. Jiuncey, Providence, B. I.
J. Tulnska, Rochester, N. Y.
M. Wilson, Pittsburg, Pa. . '
Rejected Men Now
Ordered To Report
A man if army age may be turned
down by the local board or he may be
rejected by the army physicians at
Camp Lewis or he may have a lot of
thin! wrong with him that prevents
iiinmed'iute service, yet he is practical
ly within reach of the local exemption
board at oil times.
Tho board today is calling the boys
who were recently rejected on account
of under height or under weight. They
are to report at the court house next
Sunday at tho exemption boflftl rooms
and bo examined for limited service,
which means a service in the army but
not in tlie regular fighting force. Fred
CASTO Rl A
Shoes. Permanent position
man. References renmr-
The Price Test
Two pair of shoes at 2.00 nro more
expejisn'e than one pair at $11.00
that lasts ns long.
This is especially true -when tb
3-00 shoe properly trains the grow
are designed expressly to keep the
growing feet in the shape nature
made them with a browd toe and
a perfect arch.
Those; shoes .strengthen the ' soft
bones and tender muscles of the
child's foot, year after year mid
make the feet strong eud sturdy.
The Parents' Test .
: society :
By MABEL GAEEJETT
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Aeheson have
arrived in Saleia to visit Mr. and Mrs.
L L. Aichesoa at their home in Polk
eounty. Tkey are from Alliance, Ne
braska, which m the- former honie ox
both families. Mr. and Mrs- Aeheson
will spend the summer here and may
also stay during the winter as Mr
Aeheson has eoroo wee oa account of
Mass Glady Pemberton, who was a
freshman at Whittier college, Whittier,
California, last year is spending the
summer reeese ia California until the
opening of school this fall. She is the
daughter of Kev. and Mrs. H. K Pern-
bertoa of Salem.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Palmer and two
daughters, Elooner and Ksther, have
left Salem after visiting for a week
Mr. and Mr Walter C. Young at their
home oa iol.North High street. They
have been motoring in difierent parts
of Oregon, but were unusually pleased
Harry fttenstrom is visiting with his
nioither, Mrs. Mirhael tHenstroin at
l lll Th.Ia 4. 14a ' 11 V.a in Kii l.ir.i
about a week before leaving to enlist
in xne sruiy.
After spending" several days in Sa
lem visihinir friends.' Mrs. Frank Fran
cis has returned to her home in Ca
mas ,Wahington. While hero she was
the house guest or Air. ana jvirs. a. a.
.tin of ttipil hnma ttn lrilS Ktntfl street.
a ...... ..vr..'
Afra P-iini-i -n.-ill Via remembered as
Clara Sehnasse before her marriage.
Following her graduation rrom mi
limet nniversitv several vears aeo,
she taught in one of the Salem schools.
Mr. ni1 Mri A. Thona from Se
attle are visiting Rev. W. C. Kanter of
Salem. Mrs. Thomas (Blanche Kanter)
is a daugnier or itev. xvanitr.
rr TMnTonpA IJjstine and Miss
Vlniwru' Fjuh re snendinc their va-
vation with Mrs. Ks.'h at hor home, 525
North Capitol. They are from Portland.
Josephine and Lenta Baumgantner,
Air. nnd Mrs. Jos. Bauin-
gartner,. 810 Center street, returned
home Itlue week attr speaamg several
week visiting .their aunt and uncle.
Mr- and Mrs. Stapleton, in Roseburg.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. North of Mesa,
Arizona, are visiting Mr. aud Mrs. E.
M. Hoffnell at . their home 1253 Che
nieketa atrect. Mrs. North and Mrs.
Hoffnell are sisters. Mr. and Mrs.
Hoffnell met Mr- and Mrs. North at
Ashland from where the party motored
to Crater Lake.
Mr. and Mrs- Amos Vass, 1633 South
Ccinvmercial street are having as their
guest for a few days, Mrs. Arthur Cut
ler of Dallas.
Mrs. J. n." Bromley and two sons
who have been visiting in Tillamook
for several weeks, arrived in Salem yes
terday for a short visit with relatives,
beforo they retturn to their home in
Napa, California. They Rre at the home
of Airs. Rodney Mapes, 1340 Chcmeketa
Mrs. J. H. Mapes oi Tillamook has
returned home after a'several days vis
it with her son, Frank Mapes, and
daughtcrin-law, Mrs. Rodney Mapes.
Ladies! Keep It
on The Dresser
Few drops on corn or callus
tops pain, then they lift off.
Your high heels hav)
put corns on your toes and
calluses on your feet, but
why care nowf
This tiny bottle holds
an almost magic fluid. A
genius in Cincinnati dis
covered, this ether com
pound and named it freez
one. Small bottles of "frees
one can be had at any
drug store for a few cents.
Never limp or twist your
face in pain again, but
get a bottle of freezone
and apply a few drops on
your tender, aching corn
or callus. Instantly the
soreness disappears and
shortlv von will find the
corn or callus eo shriveled
I l and loose that you lift it
I N I I off with fingers.
Just think! lou get ria
of a hard corn, soft corn
iwf I I or a corn between the
rO i I I tors' Bs B5 hardened
calluses, without suffer
ing one particle, without
irritation of the surround-
uo ouozoojj 30 q,no jstie -msn? Sup
sore corn gives instant relict.
L. Xuttiug of Silvertou. Howard V.
Jewett of 8alcm aud Artie Ray New
ton of Salem are included among
thoso who were rejected on the first
examiuatioa on account of height.
Men who were rejected bv the armv
4'hysiviaus at Cnnip Lewis sent home
are also cbIIihI again before the local
hoard, their second examination to take
place next Sunday. Jt is probable these
men will he aligned to some limited
service. The list tarhirtes the follow
ing: Francis M. t'harpilloz, Silverton;
Albert II, Chauiberlaiu, Srelhurnj Kr
nest T. Hedrick, Ij Oande; Lawrence
H. Henniimwn, Salem rural route .3;
Albin Joh.nson, Bilverfon; Fortpnato
Moiiteleone, Snlem; Otto H. Tiuim. Sa
lem; Arthur U. -Stenstrom, Salem;
Ro!lo F. Alley, Salem; O ha B. Hag
sr, Marlin; Arlev K Libhv. Jefferson;
Knniddio Belli, Salem; Michael Oeder.
Mill City; lialli 1'. Lin, Salem and
Henry V. Tiarks, Salfflu rural route 7.
it U J
Leva Fcf DoH
. s .mil Instinct Craatry Developed hf
T 3 Juiag Chiidresl to Lo thaii DoiU.
The little child' don is mother to ti
most romaistie fairy. And in the years that
peas, the doll lades into tne petals of
Ium (use, to evolve the most woedrous
And now comes a more sertaos perlol
when the Joy of reel motherhood abouiji
as tranquil u best efforts can provide. .
This is accomplished with a wonderful rem
dr known as Mother ! Friend. An external ;
iDOliattion ao Dcnetratina' in its nature as i
to thoroughly lubricate the myriad aetwoii
of cords, tendons, nerve and muscle ju
beneath the akin of the abdomen. I
It relieves the tendon, prevents tendernesi
ind pais at tho crisis and enable the ais
lomea to expand avntljr. The muacles com
'.ract naturally after baby arrive and tbi
orm ia thus preserved.
It should be applied dally, ni;ht and mons
ir. during t!:e period of expectaocy. By
crul.tr uee it enables the abdomen to t
,-iand without the nsoal strain when baby
is born. Naturally, paia and danger at tbt1
:risis is less. t
Too will find Mother's Friend on sale al
every druir store. It 1 prepared only b !
tne Draaneiu neguiainr lo., Lamai
Dlilf, Atlanta, Ge. They will tend yon w
Instructive "Motherhood book" without charra
wruo mem 10 nan iciovou. uo not neiriet
for a single niorninx or nirht to use Motheri
Friend. Obtaia a bottle from your druftrl-j
today by all means, and thus fortify your sell
laainat pais and discomfort. .
YANKEE BOY STH1NK
(Continued from page one)
to tho stuff they left behind," said one
Slightly wounded doughboys, happy,
grinning aud dirty, lay about in groups
afer the advance, was voluntarily halt
ed, snapping (experiences and display
" We were just rushed into the trench
es last night," said one youngster. "Wo
were only there half an hour when the
captain said: 'Boys, in just 20 minutes
we go over the top. There is time for
every ma to have n good smoke.'
".Before wc reachel their trenches the
Heiuies were, running. It sure gave
nua a great feeling to see the Iluns hop
out like rabbits. We couldn't help
laughing at 'em."
Another doughboy, wounded in the
hand after he had chased the Germans
seven kilometers (four and a quartet
miles) carried his automatic riflo iu his
good hand, ready to use it if he had
the opportunity. He encountered three,
pals all of whom had been woundeC
moro seriously than he. He brought
ttv.'in back to the American lines, help
ing with his rifle.
Anxious for Souveniai.
"Mc and the other fellows in tho first
wave wore lucky because we got first
whack at the lleinies," said this dough
boy. "Wo got more of 'iem and got
more souvenirs, too than the bunch that
came after us." '
The eooks belonging to some of the re
vancing units could not drag their fielu
kitchens fast enough to keep up with
their castoiaors and furnish them with
"How's things going'?' 'asked one of
the cooks f a returning doughboy who
had been wounded.
How They Were doing.
"Got 'cm going faster 'n hell' was
tho reply. "I got a bunch, but a shell
scratched ma and the doctor made me
come back. Damn the' luck!"
" Why don't you slow down enough
so we can get some hot grub up there t"
"Aw, we ain't got time tomcat when
we get the Dutchics on the run. Hard
tack's good enough. It's a great day,
'Another group, slightly - wounded,
ciired the luck that put them out of the
' Wc '11 lie iiscd up all right and
ready to mix with them iu a couple
of weck," said a corporal. "But the
darued war will bo over by tk'.'n by the
vay the boys are going after them.
No-v I gotta get some more souvenirs
for tne folks back home."
Tanks Help Advance.
I asked a group of the doughbrya if
the tanks helped them any.
'Say, the tanks are all right, but
they've got to go some that if ('ncy
ara going to keep up with us," he
said. "Wo got miles ahead of thm
Tlii' dongnboys declare universally
that thev no longer have any respect
for the Hermans, except their running
dannan units which opposed the Am
ericans around Soistons, were among
the best of tae kaiser's troops. Prison
ers tay the a'iack took them unawnres
Near iSoissons the Germans contemplat
es n-.ii.or attacks themselves, starting
their barrage 1j minutes before the alli
ed drive started. The Americans then
charged right through ths enemy bar
miru and drove the Germans from their
The. points everywhere are delighted
with the bracry displayed by their com
rad.s iM arinf. They are saluting the
hoys with 'vive l'Aniericains" and
"The Frenchmen are so tickled tli?y
want to h:'ld unr hands all the time,"
said ore doURhboy.
American ambulances operated speed
ily, following up the advance and rush
ing in the wounded, who are now happy
in their bandages. American hospitals
were quickly established in ehateam, In
Have the Journal Job Dept. Jt
estimate oa your printing
needs you get the benefit of.
cash buying. Phose 81.
For Infanta and ChUdrea
In Use For Over 30 Years
Always beara ,
Signal of C6a&ffi&&&1t
FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN
Cool Summer Sttyies in
dies, Sweaters, Bathing
U. G. Shipley Go.
'Where Shopping Is a Pleasure"
Ask Those Who Saw
(Continued from page one)
gun the German threw a grenade,
which wounded our gunner. The gun
ner's teammate seiled the gun, turned
it on the Germans and put them to
flight. Another of our regiments . in
the same locality reports that an offi
cer in French helmet and coat approach
ed an outpost guard, saying that he
was bringing back a detachment of
French from farther front and request
ed the guard not to fire. Tho detach
ment proved to be Oortniaiisi in French
helmets and coats."
War department officials told the
committee members that it is believed
the present offensive will not strike a
serious snag until the Germans are
driven back to one of their old trench
While officials do not state the of
fensive will stop there, ihey predk't it
will.be necessary to shell the Germans
out before further progress can be
made. The committee also was told that
the present fighting relieves material
ly the danger to Paris.
"There is no doubt that the German
started an offensivo in the hope of
getting nearer Paris or perhajts taking
it." one caintniitteeman said after the
conference. "Instead of getting near
er they have now been pushed much
Army officials also took the view
that the present drive is not the main
allied offensive, which, it has been
generally understood, would be launch,
ed early next year. The drive now nn-
Are Tired Business
Men Really Tired?
Or are they victims of the wearing-down force
of Constipation? The latter is too often the case.
Until the advent of Stanolax, many had to dc
pend on drufc-laden purgatives, which lowered
the vitality of the intestinal muscles and
brought on habitual use of these dangerous
and violent cathartics. i
Stanolax corrects Constipa
tion and helps to forestall
it. It acts in a soothing,
gentle way. For Stanolax
is a natural lubricant, cas
ing the intestinal clianneL
Stanolax is tasteless, color
less, odorless. It is entirely .
nawMlwW 0lg it
Standard Oil Company
chkv,o, a. s. a.
STAXOLAX is for sale in Salem
DANIEL J. FRY
J. C. PEHBY
RED CROSS PHARMACY
FRANK a WARD
OPERA HOUSE PHARMACY
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Waists, Wash Skirts, Mid- t
Suits, Gloves, Hosiery, and
S I N G "
Yesterday at The OREGON
der way is described as "an extreme
y strong eounter offensive."
Tho euniuuittee wa told that approx
imately 90,000 men had been shipped toi
Franco in tho last week, making near
ly 1,200,000 men in Fram e or en route.
Seven hundred and thirty three De
Haviland ihoiiubing planes have been
delivered to dato and 425 shipped, tho
committee was told.
Five hundred and thirty "seven Lib
erty inotoiB have been shipped abroad
and a num'icr of American-maiie 73
luilliitieter guns. v
ALKALI IN SOAP '
BAD FOB THE HAIR
Snap should be used very carefully,
if you want to keep your hair lookinp
its best. Most soaps and prepared
shampoos icontain ' too much alkali.
This dries tho scalp, makes the hair
brittle, and ruins it. -
Tho best itliing for steady use is
just ordinary mulsified eoccanuit oil
(which isi pure and greaseless), and Ss
better than the most expensive soap or
anything else you can use.
One or two teaspoonfulg will cleanso
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simply
moisten the hair with water aud rub
it in. It makes an abundance of rich,
creamy laithor, which rinses out easily,
removing every particle of dust, dirt,
ilandrufB aud excessive oil. The hair
dries qubkly and evenly, and it leaves
the scalp soft, and the hair fine and
silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy
You cau gcit nullifies cocoanut oil
at .any pharmacy. It's very cheap, and
a few ouitces will supply every anem
ber of the family for months.
-haak Walton. J593-I6M
It is not digested nor ab
sorbed, but passes through
the alimentary tract un
For your health's sake, try a.
bottle of Stanolax.