ACHES HHP PAIHS
Have All Gone Since Taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
Tern Hill, Pa.—" Kindly permit me
to giv« 70a my teatunoaial in favor of
Lydia EL Pinkham'a
£■ Vegetable Com
y pound. When I first
|l| began taking it 1
.• •: waa suffering from
j^-7IMi female troubles for
jfiM some time and bad
almost all kinds of
aches—pains in low-
' er part of back and
f.*rrTjfrTt. ii. preas-
Fftfi*! fI 1 ' n K down pains. I
''—' ''* ' ' could not sleep and
had no appetite. Since I have taken !
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound the aches and pains are all gone '
and I feel like a new woman. I cannot
praise your medicine too highly.' '—Mrs. |
AUGCSTVB LVON, Terro Hill, Pa.
It is true that nature and a woman's
work na* produced the grandest remedy |
for woman's ills that the world has
ever known. From the roots and
herbs of the field, Lydia E. Pinkham,
forty years ago, gave to womankind
a remedy for their peculiar ills which
has proved more efficacious than any
other combination of drugs ever com
pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is recognized
from coast to coast as the standard
remedy for woman's ilia.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,
Mass., are files containing hundreds of
thousands of letters from women seek
ing health many of them openly state
over their own signatures that they have
regained their health by taking Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound;
and in eome cases that it has saved them
from surgical operationa.
Prompt Relief—Permanent Cure
CARTER'S LITTLE M.-,
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely vegeta
ble act surely ADTFD
but gently on
the liver. f TTLE
Stop after BIVER
dinner dis- J PILLS,
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes.
SMALL PILL SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICK*
Genuine must bear Signature
For Gray, Streaked. Bleached mi Red Hair or
Mowtache. Matche* Shade—Brown to
Black. Dee* not wath nor ruk off. Sold by
yow Pi im'n Regular alxe, SO oenta.
rtveelanedlat* relief for ell kind* of PII.KB end
ft a wuoderfnl •*MRLT for KCAKMA.CL) A rI'KLT
HA!SI>T»,HOHKB END any forui of HKIN |>U»-
KABK. LV*ntT-FL«n WNLI at all druggist* Write
lor FHIIBSAMI'LBS. Dept. O-L.
THE COURTNEY DRUG COMPANY
TENTS AND AWNINGS JSE
mad« of r&nTtA Write for Vow llluitravxl catalog.
SAPL A. UKTII MOICH TBIT* IV., ..
"The wind is rising."
"That's because it is from the
This is a prescription prepared es
pecially for Malaria or Chills and
Fever. Five or six doses will break
any case, and if taken then as a tonic
the fever will not return. 15c. —Adv.
She —Why does a hen cackle
she lays an egg?
He —Because the egg can't, I guess.
LADIES CAN WEAR BHOEB
Oneeteeceuller after aalng Allen'* root- Bate, the
Antieeptlc powder to be ibaken Into the ILWTT. It
make* tight or sew ihoo feel eaar. Jut the thing
for DAN clog MHTIIUD*. For RILL trial
YAEKAAE, addnea Allen S.Olatted. Leßoj, X. F. AIR.
The high price of eggs has dona
much to reduce stage fright.
i—J , "S
"t 0^ 6
: K After
Balsam of Mynii
For GaDa, Wire
HvnaL Old Sara,
Nail Woanda, Foot Rot
fistula, IRfi* Eh».
Mad* Since 1848.
LIST DF RESCUED
Names of Those Reported
Saved When Empress
of Ireland Sank.
The following la a Ust of the paaaen
gers and crew on the tit-fated steam
ship Empress of Ireland that have
been reported aa among those saved:
BANDY, J. P.
HAW DEN. Florence, HiUsboro, 111.
BAWDEN, Bresie.- * 1
BOCH, Miss Edith, Rochester, Minn.
BOCH, Hheinhardt, Rochester,
BURT, C. R.
BURROWS, W. T.
CONE. J. M.
COURT, Miss E, Liverpool, Eng.
DA VIES. Peter.
FERGUSON, A. C.
FENEDAY, Arthur, '
FISHER, Mrs John, Chicago.
GARU, John. Chicago.
GAADE, A W.. chief engineer.
HACKNEY, Mlse Mabel, wife of
HAES, aasistant purser.
HEATH. H L., Chicago.
HEATH, "Jack," four year-old eon
HENDERSON, O. W. 8.
HOHN. S. F.
HOLT, P. R. - ,
RUOHES, W. nr~i
JOHNSTONE, George, Baata Bar
KAVALSKE, Evan, Duluth.
KOHL, Miss Grace.
LEE, Miss Alice, Nassau, Bahamas.
LOMMI, Malta. *
M DONALD, C. P.
MBTCAIjn&. G. J.
MOUNSEY. Mrs. William, Chicago.
OWEN. W. S.
REGINALD, A., Moraland
ROMANUS, John. .
ROWAN, W„ steward.
fMI Til, C. H.
SMITH. H. H.
SPENCER, C., bellboy.
WEINRUCH, 8.. Montreal.
WHITE, J. B.
COMBES, G„ pantryman.
BAM FORD, 8., Maroonl operator.
BUNTHROME, Alex., BaoU Bar
BYRNE, Mr. and Mra. Brisbane,
BYRNE, Mrs O.
BLUOTT, A., baker.
VTNLAY, J. M., Liverpool.
FOSTER, E. Baker.
, OREY, seaman.
HOLT, Perklneon R, bedroom
HADL43Y, Alex., boatswain's mate.
MURPHY, O. 8.
SAMSON, C. S., chief ataward.
SIMONB, Mra. R.
BORAH UE, T.
SWAN, J. K.. tenth engineer.
WHITE, Mori and.
WILXJAMS, Joseph, aaalatant stew
DUCKWORTH. O. H., electrician.
SEBALAK, Joseph, Ordburg. ,
BEARLE, Miss Eva., Seattle.
VINCENT, Mra. A., Faircrosa, Ens
land. . " 1
THE ENTERPRISE, WILLIAMSTON, NORTH CAROLINA.
ATWELL, Maj. and Mrs, Toronto
BALES, Mlse Alice, address un
BROOKS, Thomaa, Toronto.
DELAMONT, (two brother*) Moose
Jaw. ;.' * \ .. ..
FOORD, Ernst. Toronto.
OREEN, Ernest, Toronto.
GREEN AWAY. Herbert, Toronto.
GREENAWAY. Mr. and Mrs., To
daughter of Bandmaster Hannagan,)
daughter of Bandmoaater Hannagan.)
JOHNBTON, James, Toronto. >
KEITH, Alfred, lieutenant, Toronto.
MAMMON, IX, staff captain, To
MORRIS, Maj. Prank, Lindsay, OnL
M'INTYRE, Kenneth, Toronto.
SPOONER, R., captain, Toronto.
TURTIN, Richard, major, Toronto.
WILSON, George, captain, Toronto.
BIG SEA DISASTERS
1850 —March SO. Steamer Royal
Adelaide wrecked off Margate; over
400 Urea loßt.
1851-February 16. Troopship Bir
kenhead. Quecnstown to Cape of Good
Hope Wrecked; 646 lives lost.
1864—March. Steamer City of Glas
gow, Liverpool to Philadelphia, with
45fl passengers'; never heard from.
1854 Eleven transports with sup
plies for the army In the Crimea,
wrecked in storm on Black sea, Near
ly 600 lives lost.
1859--October 24. Steamer Royal
Charter, wrecked on the Angelsea
coaet; 446 lives lost.
1867 —October 29. Royal mail steam
ere Rhone and Wye and about fifty
other vessels driven ashore and
wrecked at St. Thomaa, West Indies,
by a hurricane; about 1,000 lives lost.
1870- September 7. British warship
Captain foundered off Pinlsterre; 472
1878—April 1. White Star steamer
Atlantic wrecked off Nova Scotia; 647
1874—December 6, Emigrant ship
Cos Patrick burned at sea; 470 lives
1878—September 3 British steamsr
Princess Alice sunk In collision In the
Thames river; 700 lives lost
1887—November 15. British steam
er Wah Yeung burned; 400 lives lost.
1890-February 17. British steamer
Duburg wrecked In China sea; 400
lives lost. f
1890—September 19. Turkish frigate
Ertogrul foundered off coast of Japan;
540 lives lost.
1891—March 17. Steamer Utopia,
Anchor line, sunk by collision nM
Gibraltar; 674 Uvea lost.
1892 January 13. Bteamer Nam
chow wrecked In China sea; 414 Uvea
1896—March 11. Spanish cruiser
Reina Regenta foundered In the Atlan
tic at entrance to the Mediterranean;
400 lives lost.
1898--July 4. 'French line steamer
Ia Bourgogne In collision iHth British
sailing ship Cromartyshire; about 660
1804—June 16. Steamboat General
Slocum, took Are going through Hell
Gate, East river; over 1,000 Uvea lost.
1904—June 28 Steamer Norge
wrecked off Scottish coast; 646 livos
1906—September 18. Japanese war
ship Mlkasa sunk by explosion; 599
1908—March 23. Japanase steamer
Mutsu Maru sunk In collision near
Hakodate; 300 lives lost.
1908- April 30. Japanese training
cruiser Matsu Shims sunk by ex
plosion off the Pescadores; 200 lives
1908—July 28. Steamer Ylng King
foundered off Hongkong; SOO lives lost.
1909—August 1. British steamer
Waratah, from Sydney via Port Natal
for London, left Port Natal July 26;
never heard from; 300 lives lost.
1905- November 14. Steamer Seyne
sunk in collision with steamer On da
off Singapore; 100 lives loot. .
I#lo- February 9. French line
steamer General Chancy wrecked off
Minorca; 200 llv«a lost.
1911 —April 2. Steamer Koombuna
wrecked; 160 lives lost.
1911—September 26. French battle
ship Liberte sunk by explosion in Tou
100 harbor; 286 lives lost.
1918—April 14. Steamer Titanic,
White gtar line, wrecked by collision
with Iceberg; sbout 1,603 lives lost
1914—May 29. Bteamer Empress of
Ireland and collier Storstad collide in
Gulf of St. Lawrence; more than 800
Calls for Inquiry.
London, May 30. —The London morn
ing papers in commenting editorially
on the disaster call for a thorough in
vestlgatlon as to whether the bulk
heads were closed, and, If so, how was
It that the most modern system of
watertight compartments failed to
keep the ship from sinkingT
The claim for the Empress of Ire
land will be the heaviest suffered by
the Lloyds underwriters since the
sinking of the Titanic. It Is expected
that the disaster will give a serious
check to the scheme for establishing
a Canadian Lloyds, with a view of re
ducing the rates charged la London
for insuring vessels navigating the
Statistics show that the underwrit
ety have consistently lost money on
such voyages, owing to the dangers of
the river and the prevalence of fogi
The Times, in an editorial, con
siders that nothing could have saved
the Empreas of Ireland, considering
the nature of the collision, hut asks:
"What was the Storstad doing to run
into the Empress of Ireland with such
suddenness and violence 7**
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jf Party with
the ideal offering to
KUCStS ° r * am '| y ' es P« ci^n y
y/ ing but people
. // I'ke it better
I than much
III 11 morecost
- L ly things.
eaten" feelings -=- re
freshes the mouth—
Remember--the new seal is air
tight and dust-proof! It's the
| best gum in the best package.
I Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S. \
Look for the spear. t
The reason a woman is afraid of a
mouse Is that sho knows it can't hurt
A TREATMENT THAT HEALS
ITCHING, BURNING SKINS
Don't etand that Itching akin humor
one day longer. Go to the nearest
druggist and get a Jar of reslpol oint
ment (50c) and a cako of resinol soap
(25c), Bathe the eczema patches with
resinol soap and hot water, dry and
appjy a little resinol ointment.
lC's almost too good to be true. The
torturing itching and burning stop In
stantly, you no longer have to dig and
scratch, sleep becomes possible, and
healing begins. Soon the ugly, tor
menting eruptions disappear complete
ly and for good.—Adv.
English society women plan to open
tea shops at several of the continental
Will cure your Rheumatism and all
kinds of aches and pains—Neuralgia,
Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Cuts,
Old Sores, Burns, etc. Antiseptio
Anodyne. Price 26c. —Adv.
Mra. A. O. Rice of Morgantown,
W. Va., is to have 250 square inches
of akin grafted on her.
Whenever Yeu Meed m General Tonic
The Old Standard
It Epilly Vilubli is I fiimril StriuM* Toils, Btciuse It Ads on thi
Lliif, Drifts Out Mslirla, Enriches tko Blood ill Mils Up the Wholo System.
Ton know what you are taking when yen take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic, as
the formula is printed on. every label, showing that il contains the well-knotpi
tdtic properties ot QUININE and IBOH. I t has so equal (or Malaria, Chills and
F«wr, Weakness, General Debility and Lo« of Appetite. Gives life and vigor to
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MOON SHINE CHEWING TOBACCO
Juicy and "sweeter than chicken." That mellow flavor
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IyiUVTHINO IN IHKKT MITAI
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BHAIR R BALSAM
A toilet preparation of merit
lie J pa to eradicate dandruff.
For Raetorin* Color and
Boaut jr to Gray or Faded Hair.
—c. and |I.OO at Urugyleta
npftPQV TREATEO.uanally glveiqui ok
llilUl 131 relief,soon removes a wel line
W Jt snortbrcith.oftentf vra entire relli-'
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im* We alno do highest ela»H of finishing.
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SPECIAL TO WOMEN
The most economical, cleansing and
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A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
in treating catarrh, Inflammation or
ulceration of nose, throat, and that
caused by feminine Ills it has no equal.
For ten years the Lydla E. Plnkham
Medicine Co.has recommended Paxtlne
In their private correspondence wltli
women, which proves Its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
it is "worth its weight in gold." At
druggists. 60c. large box, or by mail.
The Pax ton Toilet Co., Boston, Mass.
DAISY FLY IULLER KS TfiS
Matu. Nest, eIMB, or-
chop, inti »il
lima. Mud* of
o*ir; will aot *Oll or
I njuro »ny t hlng.
•iprwa paid for II.M.
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