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GOT RICH IN
EXPERIENCES OF A BRITISH IM-
MIGRANT IN CANADAAVE8T.
Tho following straightforward state
mcnt needs no comment to add to
its forco and effect. It appears In a
recent lssuo of the Liverpool Mer
cury. II. Patterson, of Nutana, Saskatche
wan, Canada, when he arrived from
Liverpool, had "Six of ub to support,"
to use his own phraseology, and his
funds were getting low. Ho secured
a homestead 32 miles out from Sun
durn, and started living on It April
15, 1007. Tho previous fall ho put all
his money, $137, Into a shack and lot,
making suro of a home. As cook and
caterer in a local hotel ho mado $75
a monlh, and out of this had some
savings out of which ho paid his
breaking and improvements on tho
homestead. Tho shack was sold to
good advantage. Then Mr. Pattorson
tells the story after ho had removed
his family to tho homestead:
"For tho first month life was so
etrango and new that I hadn't time to
think of anything, only fixing up our
new home. I was so 'green' to farm
life that I didn't know tho difference
between wheat and oats (I do now) I
Between working out, cropping my
place, and with my gun, wo managed
to Hvo comfortably for tho thrco
yearB, which time was required to put
In my duties. I had accumulated
qulto a stock of horses, cows, pigs,
fowls, and machinery in tho threo
"In October, 1909, I secured my pat
ent to my land, so took a few days'
holidays to Saskatoon to locate a
purchased homestead (viz., 12s. per
acre) from the Government. Instead
of getting tho purchased homestead,
I secured a half section (320 acres)
on tho Saskatchewan River for $25
per acre on 'easy terms, nine years'
paymentB with a cash payment of
$1,000. I mortgaged my first home
Mead, obtained chattel mortgages on
my stock, and on December 24th,
1909, took possession; on Juno 10,
1910, 1 sold out again, for $40 per acre,
clearing, besides my crop (140 ncres),
$4,f?00. I also sold my first home
stead,, clearing $1,800 and two Saska
toon town lots, which wo value at
$1,000 each today. We placed all our
capital In another farm (river front
age) and somo trackago lots (60), also
a purchased homestead (river front
nge). I remained as Manager of tho
Farm I had sold on a three yearB'
contract at a fine salary and house,
garden, and numerous privileges.
"So by the time my threo years have
--expired, with-my Investments and the
increased valuo of my frontago and
lots, I am looping to have a clear
profit on my $137 Investment of
$50,000. My land doesn't eat any
thing, and It Is nearly all paid for. I
hold'n good position (and securo)"
Little Andrew had been repeatedly
urged to hasten his dressing. Sudden
ly he knelt, crossed and clasped his
hands llko a pictured angel and voic
ed this earnest petition:
"Oh, God, don't, let mo dawdle. Oh,
God, keep me from dawdling. But It
you want to, oh, God, make my
mother reconciled to my being slow!"
"There, mamma,," he exclaimed, ris
ing, "I've done my best, haven't 1?
'Cause, If God chooses to keep me
from dawdling he will, and If ho don't
I can't help It But," with a sudden,
Joyous energy, "III bet you a dollar
I'll be Just as Blow tomorrow as today."
"Good morning, Mrs. Ales," said a
grocery boy awaiting an order from a
lady In a suburban town.
"Please call mj Allees," answored
tho lady. "That's, my name."
"But I don't know you well enough
to call you Alice,-' rejoined the youth,
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup for Clillilrrn.
teething, Boftpna tUuguins, reduces lnflHinma
tlon, allays pain, cures wind colic, 28c n bottle.
A preachment by any othor namo
.would be quite as unwanted.
It's an easy matter to forglvo those
who trespass against others.
BAW BACKS DO
MAE.E WORK HARD
Back&cho makes tho daily toll, for
thousands, an agony hard to endure.
Maay of these poor sufferers have
kidney trouble and don't know it.
Swollen, aching kidney usually go
hand in hand with Irregular kidney
action, headache, dizziness, nervous
ness and despondency.
When suffering eo, try Doan's Kid
ney Pills, the best-recommended
Hero's on Oregon Caso
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Thero irn a
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failed, and now
mr back li
Cct Doan's at Aojr Drag Store, 60e a itox
FOSTERM1LBURN CO., BUFFALO, N. Y.
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EXT to tho big battleships, tho BUbmarlncs attracted tho most attontlon at tho rocont review of tho Atlan
tic fleet In tho Hudson. The photograph shows the submarlno D 1 with crow at attention ns President Taft
on tho yacht Mayflower passed up
HAIL HINDU AS KING
Tramp Steamer's Cook Adopted
by Baboons in Africa.
Rescued by Boat's Crew Later He
Disappears and Is Believed to
Have Answered to the Call
of the Wild.
New York. Hero Is a yarn for your
whiskers, mate. Believe It or not, but
all the ofOcerH of tho British Tramp
Midair, which a few days ago was ly
ing over In South Brooklyn, are willing
to tako oath as to its truthfulness.
They declare that the Btrango eventB
as related by Second Mate Brownlee,
noting ub spokesman for the rest, are
Just as they happened
"Wo had a cook," began tho second
mate, "1 say 'had, for ho Is not with
ub now. But this hero cooklo, who
was a Hindu, was the best cook wo
over had. It took us somo tlmo to
get used to his countenance, for nevor
did a man wear such a mask for a
faco as that Hindu boy. And It was
becauso of this faco of hls'n that
brought about this strange adven
ture. "We touched in at Zanzibar, on tho
West African coast, and tho cook and
threo of tho Lascar crew went ashoro
in search o fsomo horb3 that they
use for making medicine for them
selves. Well, tho day wore along,
and no sign of the cook and tho
"Tho old man finally got worried
about not having a cook, and fold mo
to tako a couplo of men and go find
cooklo. Wo started out toward tho
Jungle, thinking that tho cook and the
Lascars, having got tired picking
herbs, curled up and went to sleop.
Just as wo arrivod on tho edge of
tho Jungle wo saw tha two Lascars
who had accompanied tho cook run
ning toward us with their eyeballs
sticking out of thel rheads.
It seems as how the cook and the
two Lascars wero searching about
for herbs when they hoard a loud
chattering about them, and when
they looked up they Baw about 40
baboons Bitting In a row and watch
"The baboons were particularly In
terested In cooklo. And I might say
right hero that cookie was tho near
est approach to a baboon in human
form that I havo over beheld Ho
was that missing link Darwin was
looking for. The baboons did not
pay much attention to tho two
"Suddenly tho leader of the baboons
ran-over and took hold of cooklo and
began to yammer away In baboon
lingo. All tho other baboons camo
over to cooklo and completely sur
rounded him. They paid no atten
tion whatever to tho two Lascars.
When tho Lascars tried tc rescue
cooklo tho baboons went after them
"Tho next morning wo started out
a big party to find cooklo. Into tho
Junglo wo went for about five miles,
yelling our lungs out. Finally far In
the dlstanco wo heard an answering
ehout and know that wo wero near
lng tho kldnnped ono. Finally wo
camo Into a clearing in tho Junglo and
thero In tho center of an admiring cir
cle of baboonB sat cooklo. In front
of him was a pllo of nuts and fruit
that thoso baboons had gathered and
brought before htm. Cooklo was a
sort of baboon king.
"Ho had found that they would not
hurt him, and tho baboon llfo Bort
of appealed to him. Wo had to sail
into thoso baboons right Bmart heforo
they would budgo an Inch, and I got
cooklo by tho back of tho neck nnd
started back for tho ship.
"It was not long before all tho of
fleers on tho ship wero wishing that
we had left tho cook with tho baboonB.
Ho got so ho didn't caro how bo
cooked any moro. Thoso baboons had
spoiled him nuro. Ho felt of great im
portance, and tho old man decided
he would get another cook at tho first
port we made.
"Well, wo put in up tho coast a bit,
and that very night cooklo went over
tho side and disappeared. Ho never
showed up again, and we didn't tnako
any effort to find htm. Wo have come
IN THE GREAT NAVAL REVIEW
to the conclusion that cooklo went
back to tho baboonB. If ho didn't,
where did ho go on that God-forsaken
BEATING SAVES MAN'S LIFE
Electrician Pronounced Dead by Phy
sicians Is Restored by Ambulance
Attendants After Getting Shock.
San Francisco, Cal. An hour's
heroic treatment brought back signs
of life hero Into tho body of Bert
Edgar, an electrician, after ho had
been pronounced dead from a shock of
2,200 volts of electricity. Besides tho
shock, Edgar was suffering from n
fractured sTtull, received when tho
olectrlclty throw him from a platform
ten feet nbovo tho cemont floor of a
basement of a doVntown office build
ing. When tho accident happened a
physician In tlis building pronounced
Edgar dead. Herman Kresmayor and
Adam Baker, ambulance attendants,
decided, hetvever, that the cessation
of heart action was duo to tho terrific
shock and might be restored.
Baker end a patrolman ran Edgar'B
apparently lifeless body ua and down
tho. street, with tho feet tfiuchlng tho
pavement, while Kresmayor struck
him about the chest and shoulders
and all threo shouted continuously
Into his cars.
After an hour of nearly continuous
treatment of this sort, Interruptions
being caused by well-meaning passers
by, who thought Edgar was being
beaten up, Edgar showed signs of llfo
and was rushed to tho hospital. He
was found tb havo a good chanco to
TO REBUILD NOTED TEMPLE
Scheme of Freemasons and Opinions
of Jews on Reconstructing
Solomon's Edifice. ,
London. Tho Bcherao of tho Freo
masoiiB to rebuild tho Templo of
Solomon at Jerusalem has aroused
much sentimental Interest in Jewish
quarters here, and much doubt Ib ex
pressed aa to whether tho project will
ever bo rcalizod.
Somo two yearB ago It Was an
nounced that Chester had decided to
form a lodge of research to moot at
Jerusalem, and to bo known as tho
Lodge of King Solomon's templo
Its members wero to be drawn from
all parts of tho world, but In view of
tho unsettled stato of uffalrs then
prevailing In the Turkish empire tho
lodge was consecrated In tho provlnco
of Chester, and met under tho Juris
diction of tho grand lodge of Eng
land. At any tlmo an announcement such
as this could not havo failed from
its very character to arouse thordeep
est Interest throughout Jewry, wheth
cr members of tho craft or not, but
coming as It has within hall of the
solemn new year, when tho thoughts
of tho Jewish people naturally revert
to the past history of their nation, It
has struck a far deeper noto than It
might otherwlso have done.
As to the Intended uscb of tho pro
Jected templo, details aro necessarily
Incomplete, but however gonerous
the financial support that has been
placed at tho disposal of tho pio
motors of tho EcJiecw, however skill
ed tho artificers, It will bo dlfilcult to
convince tho Jew that oven modern
artB and crafts can leproduco tho
statollncss and tho splendor of tho
original temple, n splendor that Is
considered by Bomo to havo been ex
Tho Bchomo appears In ono lespcct
to anticipato tho yearnings of tho
pious Jew, who in his devotions prays
dally for the restoration of Jerusalem,
and incidentally to the rebuilding of
"O dwell In the midst of Thy City
of Jerusalem, as Thou hast spoken,
and speedily establish the Throno of
David therein. O "build it speedily In
our days, a structure of everlasting
It would seem that after all this
COPYRIOHT dY UNDUJWOOD ft UKDtkWttO
EXPORTS FOR "MOVIES" BIG
Tremendous Growth of the American
Film Business Abroad -Show
Washington, D. C. Tho tremendous
growth of tho American movlng-plo-ture
business nbroad Is reflected In
ofllctal figures on tho Importation and
exportation of motlon-plcturo films
given out by tho department of com
nierco and labor. Tho artlclo giving
the figures also describos the influ
ence of American picture fllmB In
creating a demand nbroad for articles
made In tho United States.
Moro than 15,000 miles of moving
plcturo films wero exported from the
United States in tho last fiscal year,
whllo nearly 3,000 miles wero Import
ed. Tho exact length of tho films ex
ported In tho year ending Juno 30,
1912, was 80,035,302 feet, valued at
9C.S15.O60; tho length of fllmB Im
ported was 14,274,780 feet of "posi
tives," valued at $825,083.
A largo proportion of tho motion
plcturo films now usod In tho vnrlous
parts of tho world nro manufactured
In tho United States. About two
thirds of thoso exported go In tho
"uncxpoBOd" form, ready for use In
taking pictures In thoso parts of tho
world to which they aro sent. Of tho
Importations practically all aro "ex
posed" films, views tnkon in other
parts of tho world for uso In tho
Boy Punished for Slapping Teacher.
Orovlllo, Cal. Because Everett
Mellno, a fourtcon-ycnrold Chlco
schoolboy, slapped his teacher when
sho reprimanded him for playing
"hookey," Judgo Gray, as Juvonllo
Judge, has sentenced tho boy to tho
Preston reform school until ho rench
es his majority. This means that tho
lad will bo a prisoner for seven years.
part of a nation's hopo may bo real
ized but through an alien agoncy!
Tho question, moreover, has been
asked by intelligent Gentiles whothor
tho templo, If whon constructed,
would bo retained by tho Freemasons
for their own uso or handed over to
tho Jewish people "to onablo them"
as ono correspondent suggests, "to
resturt their ancient sacrifices and
DYNAMITER GETS LONG TERM
Manufacturer Tried to Blow Up
Juaje and Attorneys" of
Berlin. How tho German courts
treat dynamiters has been demon
strated by tho sentonco of ten years'
ponal servltudoJmpoed on u former
ly wealthy paper manufacturer named
Frederlch Prltzscho at Munchen
Gladbach Prltzscho figured throughout 1611
In a number of bankruptcy lawBults.
To rcvengo himself on tho Judgo nnd
the two prosecuting attornoys who
wore active In tho litigation, ho sent
each of thorn early In December a
pnekago of dynamite, which would In
evitably have blown them up If tho
parcels had not been Intercepted by
tho postolllce olllcJals
BEES CURE HIS BLINDNESS
Apiarist Saved Oculist's Fee by His
Makers of Honey Whose Stings
Chlco, Cal. Whllo changing n
swarm of hoes from ono hlvo to an
other, George Botley, who lives near
Placervlllo nnd mukos a giving soiling
honoy, but who had been almost blind
for somo tlmo becnuao of somo ail
ment of his uyos, was stung on tho
faco aud eyelids by several of tho
Bailey Intended to go to Sacramen
to to consult a specialist with a vlow
of having his sight restored, but tho
beea did the work thatho Intonded
the specialist should try to do. The
effect of tho stings has been to re
store his sight.
NAMED THE FIRST REQUISITE
Bright t)oy May Havo Lacked Orig
inality, but He Surely Had
"This bravo man, beloved by all
franco, wns then burled with full
military honors," a Dnltlmoro boy
read from tho lesson, when his namo
had been called.
"What nro 'military honors' In this
connection?" tho teacher asked, and
sovcral boyB seemed to be possessed
of tho right idea.
"And what must ono bo to recclvo
such honors?" waB tho next question.
"A genornl?" A hero?" A cap
tain?" wero a few of tho tcntatlvo re
plies. Only tho "bright boy" of tho
class remained silent
"Havo you no answer, James?" tho
tenchor suggested,' "what must ono
"Why, I should Bay dead, MIbb
Mary," was tho reply.
To Decorate a Bald Head.
"My husband," writes Mrs. Perozrlo
to tho chnperon, "was qulto bald when
t married him, although otherwise per
fectly good. I first washed his -head
with a cleansing solution nnd a stiff
bruBh; then I sandpapered It, starting
with tho rough paper and using each
grado down to tho finest. After thnt
I rubbed it at Intervals with my bare
hand for several days and now it is
lovely. It has all the dull rich finish
so much admired and tho natural
grain bIiowb beautifully." Kansas
A Girl's Pity.
"It was King Mldns, wasn't It, who
turned everything ho touched to
"I bollovo 0."
"Poor old fellow."
"Why do you think ho waB a poor
"Ho never could eat a plcklo with
Important to Mothora
Exnmlno carefully every bottlo of
CASTOUIA, a safe and Buro remedy for
Infanta and chlldron, and sco that it
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Flotchor'a Castoria
"A thing Ib never bo when It Is
"I'll bet It is If your wlto says It
LEWIS' SinRlo Binder Bo dpir: bo rich
In ,nmhty tlm'. most smokers picfer thorn
to 10c cigars. Adv.
Thero is alwayB moro or loss pre
judice against a mnn holding an office.
PICH IN CURATIVE QUAUTES
3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.30 AND $5.00
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Boy wear W. L. Douglas ta.OO, $2.BO A $3.00 School I
SSlioew, becauam ono pair villi pealtlvvly outwear two
patra of ordinary ahoeo, same eta tho tften'm aheea.
W.L.Douglaa mnkes and sell more $3.00,$3.50 & $4.00 shoe
than any other manufacturer in the world. (
THE STANDARD OF QUALITY FOR OVER 30 YEAR8.
The workmanihip which has made W. L. Douglw .hoes famoiu the world
over ! maintained in every pair. '
Aik your dealer to chow you W.LDourla. latest fathion for fall and winter
wear, notice the thort uamps which make the foot look (mailer, point in a
hoe particularly tleired by young men. AUo tho conservative styles which
havo made W. L. Douglas thoes A houtehold word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L. Dougla large factorio at Brockton, Man., and sea
for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas (hoe are made, you would then un
derstand why they aro warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape and
wear longer than any other make for tho price. fait Colcr CytUtt,
CAUTION. To protect you stnat Inf.rtor shoes, W.L. DoujUi itnmpa bis name on the bot
tom. Look for the stamp. Beware of ubtlitut.s. W. U OaugUs shoes aro soli) In 78 own
stores and shoe deolors ererywhere. No matter where you live, they are within yorrsach.
If your dealsrcannot supply you, write direct to factory for catalog showing how to order
brinalL Xhoes sent eysi-rwucra, delivery chnrses prepaid. W.L.Douslas.Urockton.Uasaa
A Nice Distinction.
Senator Gronna, discussing a knot
ty problem, said tn a speech:
"Thero is a nico distinction involved
hero. You don't notlco It at first.
Onco it Is pointed out to you, however,
you perceive Its lmmcnso Importance.
"It's the sort of distinction that
Gobsa Golde'a beautiful young wlfo
revealed to him during a conjugul
quarrel over a diamond tiara.
" 'Pcoplo, eay," quavered the old
man, trembling with rnge, 'People
bay you only man led mo becauso I had
Tho young woman smiled supcrbl
"'Ilubblshl' sho exclaimed, 'My pri
mary reason for marrying you was
that I had no money myself.'"
"Doesn't tho sight of n peach mako
you want to smack your lips?"
"No, indeed. The sight of a peach
makes me want to smack her lips."
"If monoy talks, what does It say?"
"I guess It Is buy-buy."
5 PER CENT SOLUTION
snd all others. Donntdspendonanr powder In this class of Discuses. Giro It to brood roams In times
of distemper, IliHiklrt. ''IHttamprr. Causes, Cures and IM-erectlon,' tree. Druggists and Harness
Hbops sell Spohu's Cure. Hi cents, slWI a doien HXQ 110.00 a dosco, ,
SPOHH MEDICAL G0.y Bacteriologists, GOSHEN, IND.
Sacrifice Mado for Dress.
Using tho Los Angeles fashion show
for his text, Dr. Alfred Jones, a distin
guished nervo specialist of London,
now visiting tho California city, mado
tho assertion that "dress is causing
tho ruination of moro lives in Amorl
ca than malignant dlB'caBo." Ho said
tho Intonso competition among Amor
lean women of all classoB to keop up
tho pa,co sot by fashion was .ncrvo
rncklng and nerve-destroying.
Couldn't Uso Green Snow.
"Why nro you writing your play on
"I hear managers tear up n good
many plays for stago snowstorm.
I'll fool 'em thnt far, anyhow."
cuRns burns and cuts.
Cola's Cnrbollutra atops tho pntn Instant!?.
Cures quick. No scar. All druRKlstt. 25 and 50c. Adv.
A mnn Isn't far from right when
he's willing to ndmlt that ho is In tho
Many a bcwhlsltorcd man has been
known to tell bdrofneed lies.
Thnt's proof that
your liver and digest
ive organs aro work
ing properly but if
you havo "tho blues"
feel run-down and
It will help your
. . .
back" and make lifo
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- WO HABIT FORMING DRUGS.
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Thol's Why You're Tired-Out of Sort
Havo No Appetite.
will put you rigli
In a few days.
Biliousness, indigestion ana sick ticaaacna
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tf yon fori "out of sorts" "run donn"or"aot Us
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