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W MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN OPERATION nton, Ohio.—"I suffered from • de trouble which caused me much suffering, and two doctors decided that I would have go through operation before I could get welL " My mother, who had been helped by Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, advised me to try it before sub mitting to an opéra it relieved me from my troubles I can do my houae work without any Realty. I advise any woman who fa J with female troubles to gi EL Pinkham's Vegetable Coi Kind a trial and it will do as much for ftem.Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 6tb It, N. E., Canton, Ohio. I Sometime# there are serious condi ■one where a hospital operation is the Inly alternative, but on the other hand |o many women have been cured by this ■amous root and herb remedy, Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after ■factors have said that an operation was necessary—every woman who wants |o avoid an operation should give it a Fair trial before submitting to such • trying ordeal. If complications exist, write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of many years experience is at your service. to an ' tion. ve dia ra ILET WHISTLERS BE WARNED New York Newspaper Is Emphatic In Its Declaration of Uncom promising Hostility. ■ Render, have you ever been made ■ frantic nnd exasperated beyond ineas ■ nre by some man whistling In your ■ neighborhood? Did you ever sit In n I tram car and hear one of these I nuisances blow noises out through ■ puckered lips? If you have, you can I well sympathize with the unidentified ■ person who listened to Moses Cohen I whistle In a local motion-picture thea I 1er and arose and slew him on the I spot. We regret the killing ; it was I . uncalled for ; unlawful ; dreadful ; not to be tolerated. Law sleuths are on the track of the killer, and, of course, as upholders of law, with almost purl i tanical vehemence we hope he will be I caught. And yet . . . persons * should not whistle in cinema theaters, or In tram enrs, or In the streets, or In shops, or In newspaper offices, or any other place on the face of the green earth where they can be lienrd. We have spoken.—New York Evening Telegraph. Important to all Women Readers of this Paper Thousands upon thousands of women have kidney or bladder trouble and never suspect it. Women's complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy con dition, they may cause the other organa to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, head ache and losa of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irrita ble and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds of women claim that Dr. Kilmer*» Swamp-Root, by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to he just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Many send for s sample bottle to see what Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cent* to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Binghamton, N. Y.. you may receive sample size bottle by Parcel Poat. You can purchase medium and Urge alze bottles at all drug stores.—Adv. Even In 8iam. Examining commercial possibilities In Slam, a commerce report makes It clear that the country offers a larger unexploited field for piano man ufacturers than for the makers of phonographs. With the exception of the phonograph Slam still prefers the musical Instrument of Its ances tors. The Siamese orchestra con tents Itself with gongs, native hnr montcas, and so forth. Indeed, the only western Instruments known to the Siamese are the piano, a small portable organ, and the phonograph. The piano and the organ, however, are rare, and are kept more for orna ment than for anything else. But the phonograph Is popular and Is already to be found In nearly every Siamese family that Is able to afford It. Peeled Chicken. Three-year-old Kitty was visiting her grandmother, who lived on a farm. Everything about the farm was a nov elty to the child. Another pleasant thing about the visit was grandmoth er's constant questioning of; "Now, what shall we eat today?" One morning she asked the usual questions aa to the menu. Little Kitty thought a minute and then answered: "Oh, grandma, won't you please catch a chicken and peel It for din ner ?" Beauty la on the surface, like stove polish; good look* 1» from the core outward, like the flavor of an apple. _A Waknw , Oeanlag. V our^na OPENS FIGHT IM LEAGUE OF NATIONS OPPOSITION RESOLUTION PRE SENTED BY SENATOR FROM PENNSYLVANIA. Declares for Immediate Conclusion of Treaty Dealing With Direfct Issues of War Only, Without Adoption of League of Nations Plan. Washington—The senate fight over the league of nations was brought to a more direct Issue on Jupe 10, with the Introduction of u resolution by Senator Knox, Republican, of Pennsyl vania, proposing that the Kennte give formul notice to the peace conference of opposition to be expected should the peace treaty be submitted for rati fication In Its present form. Senator Knox, u member of the for eign relations committee ai|id n former secretary of state, draftefl the reso lution after conference w league opponents and presented It with the uppurent support of those who have led In criticism of the league covenant. He expected to crystallze opposition sentiment as did Senator Lodge with the circulation of the round robbln In the closlfig hours of the last senate. While declaring for immediate con clusion of a treaty dealing! with direct Issues of the war only, the resolution contains u far-reuclilng proposal which would lay It down as a policy of the American government that whenever the freedom and peace c|f Europe Is threatened, the United States will slder It obligatory to again co-operate In the removal of that meiace. Decision as to acceptance of mem bership In the league of nations should he left without prejudice to each tlon, the resolution déclarés, for future separute consideration. If also asserts that the lack of uuthorfty by the treaty-making power of the govern ment to make a treaty which in effect amends the American constitution. The resolution is sure t'a open chapter in the leugue of nations fight and to develop a débuté which may be even more bitter than that over pub lication of the treaty text. itli other con n or or na a new STRIKERS BEAT WAR HERO. Man Who Wears Victoria Cross Mai. treated by Mob. CorpoLal Frederick George Coppins, winner of the Vic toria Cross in the war, one of the special mounted constables, during the demonstrations Tuesday afternoon pulled from his horse and so mal treated that he is not expected to cover. Besides two riUifi being broken from severe kicks and Serious injurie* to his head, he Is believed to be suf fering from Internal Injuries. Winnipeg. be SIGN TREATY BY JULY 1. Now Expected That Germans Will Ratify Pact Soon. Paris.—The signing of the treaty by Germany before July 1 and Its ratification by the various parlia ments before August 1 is predicted by the Echo de Purls. The course of the Germans, It thinks, will be to replace the Scheldemann government by other In case the present government determines not to sign the terms the ullles finally present them. pence see for Dr. and an aa Uae Hair Tonic for Booze. San Juun.— Unir tonic hns leaped In favor as a drink In Ponce. In one week more than 4350 bottles of a kind manufactured by a local firm under formula registered with the Insular government, was sold In that city. The tonic, said to contain more than sixty per cent alcohol. Is reported to have been selling nt fifteen cents a drink. a a of of con hnr the to the Demand Public Rail Ownership. Atlantic City, N. J.—A proposal that organized labor Insist upon public ownership of the railroads of the coun try was submitted to the delegates at tending the reconstruction convention of the American Federation of Labor by Glenn E. Plumb, counsel for the railroad brotherhood». Anarchists to be Deported. New York.—Federal Judge Hand has dismissed writ* of habeas corpus sworn out In an attempt to prevent deportation of sever! members of the I. W. W. found guilty by the depart ment of labor of Inciting Industrial un rest in the northwest. nov usual Kitty din Former Senator 8pooner Dead. New York.—John Colt Spooner, for mer United States senator from""Wis consin, (lied at his t|orae here June 10, after an Illness of several weeks. He suffered a relapse Monday^ after hav ing partially reebvelvd Çr<*ni breakdown. a nervous f <jeps.ep ,4Yl»vy/Head Dead. Rerun.—The death was announced June 10 of Admiral von Holtzendorff, head of the German general naval staff during the greater part of the He retired In August of last taken from Germah vessels when the United States selzjed enemy shipping j stove core apple. war. year. Hun 8ailors t« be Released. Washington.—Return to Germany of about 2000 former officers and sallow the war will begin PURGE GOUNTHT OF LAWLESS ELEMENT UNITED STATES AND CANADA, ARE WORKING IN UNI80N TO SUPPRES8 ANARCHY. of of Government Aroused to Danger Front, fng Continent and Decision Reached to Put an End to Bolshevism and I. W. W. Propaganda. Winnipeg.—The United States and Canada are to Join forces in the sup pression of anurchy In the northwest ern section of the continent, and it is, predicted that when the loyal repre sentatives of the two nations get through with the Bolshevists, I. W. W. members and other enemies of law and order, the North American conti nent will have been cleansed of the unurchlstlc propagandists. . Information brought here on Satur day by high government officials Is that a careful canvass of radical cir cles has beeu made with the aid of organized labor in the United States with a view of bringing revolutionaries under International surveillance. Agitators Congregate on Coast. The survey has shown that the agi tators for a long time have been con gregating in the I'uclfic coast cities. New York Is said to have lost many of the wildest leaders, who were thick with Trotzky In the duys when he lived In the tenement districts of Man hattan, and they have appeared out west as promoters of the "one big union" Idea and "proletarian dictator ship." Other cities of the east and the middle west liuve also had a mi gration of extremist leaders to the coast. The section from Seattle to Vancou ver was picked as where the soviet idea was first to be established, the plan being to get a foothold and then drive It eastward. The Seattle strike was to have beeu followed by a tleup at Vancouver, hut the breaking of the I. W. W. at Seattle led the leaders to pick Winnipeg as the spot for starting their Canadian movement. Radicals Migrate to Canada. The boundary line has been nothing of a barrier so far, but the authorities on both sides are now using It as an agency for checking up on the radicals. At present, according to word brought back from Washington by Canadian officials, roost of the chief disturbers are now on the dominion side of the boundary. The United States Is tak ing measures to keep them from cross ing buck. Revoke Charters for Cause. Martin Ryun, president of the Broth erhood of Railroad Carmen, has re voked the charter of two local unions of lliat order at Winnipeg, and a third at Edmonton, Canada, it was an nounced ut American Federation of Labor headquarters at Washington, on the ground that action of their mem bers in appropriating money for or ganlzlnz "the one big union" which has led to strikes now progressing In west Canada, Is a disregard of union Other heads of international ern law. unions are said to be preparing similar orders affecting their crafts. SERGEANT YORK TAKES BRIDE. Hero of Argonne Will Spend Honey moon in Utah. Nashville, Tenn.—On a green hill side In Fentress county, Tenn., beside the big springs from which the Yorks have drawn their water for a hundred years or more, Sergeant Alvin York, hero of the Argonne drive, wed ded Miss Grade Williams, of Pall Mall, Tenu., on June 7. Governor Albert H. Roberts performed the ceremony. For a honeymoon, the sergeant and his wife plan to go to Salt Lake City as guests respectively of the Chata nooga and Nashville Rotary clubs. a Bandit* Murder Americans. Nogales, Arlz.—Two Americans and 88 Mexicans have been killed by Ya quls and bandits In the La Colorado district of Sonora, Mexico, during the last two weeks, according to the state ment of nine American mining men who arrived from that neighborhood Saturday. Portland Midshipman Drowns. Annapolis, Md.—Midshipman Philip G. McCarthy of Portland, Ore., a mem ber of the new first class at the naval academy, was drowned late Saturday afternoon while bathing In the Chesa peake bay. 8eltz I* Rather Pessimistic. Vienna.—The peace terms presented to Austria are impossible and mean the death of the country by starvation, President Seitz declared in his address opening the extraordinary session of the national assembly. Musician Ends Life. Chicago.—The body of Herbert Har ris, a musician, formerly of Portland, Ore., was found In Lake Michigan with the pockets of his clothing filled with atones. An acquaintance said Harris had been in 111 health. 8torrs Stand* Convicted. Okanogan, Wash.—A verdict of guilty was returned by a Jury which trle< ] Douglas M. Storrs, charged with j the se ductlon of Miss Ruth Garrison. 18 years old, who poisoned Storr'a m,ifa Afp.- 'Nmcq Storrs, In Seattle. of COCA-COLA WILL BE USED TO CHRISTEN ENGINE Program Will Feature Exercises at Fire Hall on Wed nesday. [From Nuhvlll. T.nnewe.n.) Ann Dallas Dudley, the new fire en gine at the Waverly-Belmont Are hall, will be christened on Wednesday aft eroon at 2 o'clock with appropriate exercises. Mrs. Guilford Dudley, for whom the engine gets Its name, Is one of the state's pioneer suffrage workers and It is due to her untiring work that partial suffrage was given the women of Tennessee. Mrs. Miles WHllaros, a resident of the twenty-first ward, is chairman of arrangements, and also a pioneer suffragist, and little Judith Winston Folk, the 6-year-old daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Reau Folk, also a pioneer suffragist and the youngest member of the Nashville organization, has been chosen sponsor. Miss Folk has selected as her maids the following young girls, daughters of prominent suffrage leaders: Travanla Dudley, Lenore Kenny, Kate Barksdale, Harriet Ingram, Mary Sue Cantrell, Jane Davis and Elizabeth Smith. At the christening not champagne but a bottle of coca-cola will be broken and the maids will shower the engine with yellow flowers. Speeches will be made by Mayor William Gupton, Com missioner Tompkins and Chief A. A. Rosetta. Mrs. Dudley, a member of the national suffrage organization, and Mrs. Reau Folk, chairman of the city organization, will be honor guests of the occasion.—Adv. and sup is, get W. law the Is cir of agi con of he out big and mi the the then the to All some women talk about Is—well, about 18 hours. Cry tomorrow, If you must, but laugh today. Freahen a Heavy 8kln With the antiseptic, fascinating Cuti cura Talcum Powder, an exquisitely scented convenient, economical face, skin, baby and dnstlng powder and perfume. Renders other perfumes su perfluous. One of the Cuticura Toilet Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum).—Adv. an Do you put your "O. K." on your day's work? Laws 'are not alive until they are executed. IT'S NOT YOUR HEART; IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS Sidney disease ie ho respecter of per A majority of the ills afflicting today can be traced back to the trouble. sons, people kidney The kidneys are the most important organa of the body. They are the fil teren of your blood. If the poisons which are swept from the tissues by the blood are not eliminated through the kidneys, disease of one form or another will claim you as a victim. Kidney disease is usually indicated by weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, despondency, backache, stomach trou ble, pain in loins and lower abdomen, gall stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago. All these derangements are nature's Good Riddance. "Shall we hire a detective to watch our wedding presents?" "I hardly think that will be neces sary, my dear. Our friends have seized the opportunity to work off a lot of old Junk."—Louisville Courier Journal. Health Insurance One of the distinctive qualities of food baked with Royal Baking Powder is wholesomeness. This is health insurance of such vital importance that millions of women bake at home just to be sure that Royal Baking Powder is used. Remember the adage—"Bake it with Royal and be sure. *> 4 ROYAL BAKING POWDER I Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grape* 4 Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste Thalr Faithfulness. "Force of habit la almost as hard a master to some people as rum Is said to be," commented the landlord of the tavern at Grudge. "Although the post office moved to Its new location more than a month ago, and, too, though they never were compelled by law to do so, 'most any time o' day a bunch The Effects of Opiates. a is a a opium and its various 1 known. Even in the peculiarly susceptible to proparatio-w, all of which are narcotic, is well . smallest dose#, if anntinued, these opiates cause changes in the funo and growth of the cells which are likely to become permanent, causing uuuccility, mental perversion, a craving for alcohol or narotHfaa to later life. Nervous diseases, auch as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers are a result of doeing with opiates or narcotic» to keep cMdrj« qidet m their infancy. The rule among physicians is that children should never receive opiates in the smallest doses for more than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable. _ _ The administration of Anodynes, Drops. Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and the druggist should not be a party to it Children ^ho me iU need the attention of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to doee them willfully with narcotics. Castoria contains no narcotics if it bean the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. Genuine Castoria always bean the signature of Don't Sneeze; You May Die. Scientists say that we are never nearer death than when we sneeze, the act causing a momentary convul sion of the brain. FRECKLES to Git Rid if The«« Ugly Spot* There'a no longer the allfbtaet need of feeling Mhemed of your freckles, at Othloe—double strength—It guaranteed to remove theae homely apota. Simply gat an ounce of Othine—double etrength—from your drugglat, and apply a little of It nigbt and morning and you eho»ld toon aee that even the wont frecklee have begun to dle ap pear, while the lighter onea hare vanished en tirely. It la seldom that more than one ounce la needed to completely clear the akin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. Be aure to aak for the double strength Othine, as this la sold under guarantee of money back if it fella to remove freckles.—Adv. N.w I. th. Tii The bet you Intended to make but didn't is always a safe bet. NEW SOUTH WALES INFORMATION BUREAU Slager Building. 149 Broadway, New York City Will be pleaded to send Government Bulletins or answer any Inquiries regarding opportu nities for farming, stock ratal ng, fruit growing, mining and Investment in New South Wales, AUSTRALIA I A tollst preparation of merit* Helps to eradicate dandruff. _ For Restoring Color nad VW signals that the kidneys need help. You should use GOLD MEDAL Haar lem Oil Capsules immediately. The soothing, healing oil stimulates the kidneys, relieves Inflammation and de stroys the germs which have caused it. Go to your druggist today and get a of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. In twenty-four hours you should feel health and vigor returning. After you feel somewhat improved continue to take one or two capsules each day, so as to keep the firBt-class condition and ward off the danger of other attacks. Ask for the original imported GOLD MEDAL brand. Three sises. Money re funded if they do not help you. box funded if they do not help you. The General Tendency. "Everybody in America belongs to some kind of a social or commercial organization," gulshed visitor.' "Yes," answered Senator Sorghum. "We have developed Into a nation of leagues." observed the distin of prominent and influential lunkhead* 5 e seen standing In the doorway of the old post office room, patiently waiting for busy people to come, they used to, and scrouge past them, trying to get In."—Kansas City Star. Hard facts do not always make as Impression on a soft-headed man. a the to can THEY 8PREAD DISEASE Kill All Flies! kr Placed anywhere, DAISY FLY KILLER attrecta and kill* all maa. Neat, clean, ornamental, conranlent and orNeorar; will . O ISY .1LLEB M^ERa. P liüLl«'ÂlhA»â.Jftr««klrn. N.X. FL' HAROLD , Cuticura Heals Itching Burning Skin Troubles w Its: So« p 25, Ointm.Bt a *nd 6 0, Tclc pmg. ch free of ''Celleaie, Dap*. Z, Zestoa. Ail. HEARTBURN Caused by Acid-Stomach That bitter heartburn, belching, food repeating, Indigestion, bloat after eating— all are caused by acid-stomach. But they are only first symptoms—danger signala to warn you of awful troubles If not stopped. Headache, biliousness, rheumatism, sciatica, that tired, listless feeling, lack of energy, dizziness, Insomnia, even cancer and uleero of the Intestines and many other ailments are traceable to ACID-STOMACH. Thousands—yes, millions—of people who ought to be well and strong are mere weak r lings because of acid-stomach. They really starve in the midst of plenty because they do not get enough strength and vitality from the food they' eat. Take E2ATONXC and give your stomach a chance to do Its work right. Make it strong, cool, sweet and comfortable. BATONlC brings quick relief for heartburn, belching. Indigestion and other stomach miseries. Im proves digestion—helps you get full strength from your food. Thousands say BATONlC la the most wonderful stomach remedy In the world. Brought them relief when every thing else failed. Our best testimonial is what BATONIC will do for you. So get a big 60c box of BATONlC today from your druggist, use It five day»—If you're not pleased, return It and get your money back. FATONIC TOUR acto-stomach) Hard to Determine. Ruth Clifford, the moving picture star, has a cousin overseas. Recent ly his name appeared In the casualty list as wounded. "Yes," said Miss Clifford, In an swer to an Inquiry by her director, "he was wounded, but not seriously. We had a letter from the regimental surgeon." "Where was he wounded?" asked Gerard. "We are not quite sure. The sur geon mentioned the place, but wa don't know whether it's an anatomical phrase or a French village."