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Eatonic Brings Relief
"I have been awful sick with as,"
writes Mrs. W. H. Person, "and
Eatonic is ail I can get to give me
Acidity and gas on the stomach
quickly taken up and carried out by
Eatonic, then appetite and strength
come back. And many other bodily
miseries disappear when the stomach
is right. Don't let sourness, belching,
bloating, indigestion and other stom
ach ills go on. Take Eatonic tablets
after you eatsee how much better
you feel. Big box costs only a trifle
with your druggist's guarantee.
for Northwest Travelers
Sensible PricesService our Watchword
HEMSTITCHING and FICOTING ATTACH-
MENT. Works on all sewing macha. Prica
$2 00. Personal checks 10c extra. Light'*
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No Wedding Bella for Him.
"And when you asked her to wed,
she declined." "Yes, she dismissed me
WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND
For many years druggists have watched
with much interest the remarkable record
maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot,
the great kidney, liver and bladder medi
It is a phyBician's prescription.
Swamp-Root is a strengthening medi
cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and blad
der do the work nature intended they
Swamp-Root has stood the test of years.
It is sold by all druggists on its merit
and it should help you. No other kidney
medicine has so many friends.
Be sure to get Swamp-Root and start
treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test this
great preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper.Adv.
KnickerIs a full house tax exempt?
BockerNot always you have to
give your wife a present if you lose.
No cigarette has
the same delicious
flavor as Lucky 4
Lucky Strike is the
A man is as old as his organs he
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing their functions. Keep
vital organs healthy with
world's standard remedy for kidney,
^r, bladder and uric add troubles since
J096 corrects disorders stimnlates vital
acgans. All druggists, three sixes.
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"W* N.U., Minneapolis, No. 18-1921.
NEWS OF WORLD
Big Happenings of the Week
Condensed for Benefit of
TOLD IN A FEW WORDS
Kernels Culled From News of Moment
'n All Parts of the WorldOf
Interest to All the People
WashingtonA regular force of 168,-
000 enlisted men is provided for in
the array appropriation bill reported to
WashingtonPresident Harding re
ceived with full dignity the prince of
Monaco, head of the smallest kingdom
in. the world*
WashingtonThe foreign born popu
lation of the United States in 1920 to
taled 13,703,981 an increase of 358,442,
or 2.6 per cent over 1910.
WashingtonFirst checks in pay
ment of dividends to policyholders of
government life insurance will be
mailed in about two weeks.
WashingtonPayment of nearly
$1,000,000 to railroads under the trans
portation act was announced, making
a total of $582,982,125 paid to date.
WashingtonImmigration of aliens
will be prohibited for five years under
an amendment to the immigration bill
drafted by Senator Harris, Democrat,
WashingtonNominations of three
members of the railroad labor board
were confirmed by the senate but those
of new army general officers were
Washington Postmaster General
Hays with Secretary of Agriculture
Wallace as a witness opened :a radio
station to be operated by the postoffice
for guidance of air mail fliers.
WashingtonChairman A. B. Cum
mins of tHe senate interstate com
merce commission announced the gen
eral inquiry into railway conditions
would begin May iO, with railway exe
cutives as the first witnesses.
WashingtonMail robbers got away
with approximately $6,000,000 last
year, of which sum $3,000,000 has been
recovered, Postmaster General Will
Hays said in discussing steps taken to
remedy this "absolutely intolerable'.'
WashingtonA bill to make the
commissioners' court ia the larger
cities to relieve the federal district
courts of the congestion of prohibition
cases is under consideration by the de
partment of justice.
WashingtonProvisions for a Reg
ular Army of 166,000 men as against
the 156,000 agreed upon by the last
congress is contained }n the redraft of
the army appropriation bill completed
by'the house subcommittee.
WashingtonBituminous coal pro
duction, which has been exceedingly
low since January 1, showed a substan
tial increase during the week ending
April 16, according to figures given
out by the Geological Survey.
Minneapolis Mike Gibbons out
pointed Chuck Wiggins, tough Indian
apolis light heavyweight, in his first
ring appearance in 18 months, taking
six of the 10 rounds, while three were
even and one went to Wiggins by a
HavanaJose Capablanca today is
chess champion of the world. 'The
youthful Cuban was given the title
when Emanuel Lasker, aged champion,
resigned the 15th game of their series
hefe and declared his opponent cham
pion. Capablanca won five of 15
games, drawing the-other 10.
MinneapolisD. J. Tortorich, New
Orleans boxing promoter, offered $65,-
000 for a match between Mike Gibbons,
St. Paul Phantom, and Johnny Wilson,
world's middleweight champion, ac
cording to a telegram from Mike Col
lins, Gibbons' manager. Collins said
he had signed Gibbons for the bout
and accepted $25,000 as Gibbons' share.
San Jose, Calif.Hal Chase, noted
former major league, ball player, was
arrested by local officers on a warrant
which they said had been^.lssuecMn
Chicago in connection with recent in
quiries into baseball scandal charge*).
The police said his arrest wjas based
on an indictment charging conspiracy
in connection with the allege* "throw
ing" of games.
Kansas CityThe Kansas City Jour
nal was purchased by Walter Dickey,
wealthy clay products manufacturer.
ChicagoPostmaster Carlisle an
nounced regular army troops may be
to guard postoffices and mail
trucks, '^fe^^'^fw^t V' "Z"
Chl^b^Ei$eftyrBond values at
$12,400 are missing from the Aetna
State bank, it was announced. James
Novak, cashier, is missing. I.-
ChicagoDespite the objections "of
the police, Julius and-Leo Reingold,
held in connection with the theft of
diamonds valued at $260,000 from a
salesman in their shop were released
from custody under $25,000 bonds.
New York-Charged with having 92
bottles of liquor unlawfully in his pos
session, Oliver Morosco, theatrical pro
ducer, was held in $1,000 bail for trial
in federal court.
ChicagoA| ^lockout of building
trades WJrkerTfePMay 1 unless they ac
cept a reduction' of 20 to 30 per cent
In wages was announced by contrac
tors and builders.
SeattleKing Sylvia, Holstein bull,
valued at $106,000, owned by the Car
nation stock farms here, died of pneu
Sioux CityCharles F. Christenson,
convicted of shooting his wife to death
Jan. 15, has been sentenced to life im
Kalispell, Mont.Marshall Jellison,
2 years old, who fought through the
World war unscathed, was killed here
while blasting stumps.
Boise, IdahoThree hundred and
fifty million feet of timber on the
Payette river may be purchased from
the government by an eastern lumber
HelenaSpring has brought great
activity in Montana oil fields, not only
in proven areas, but in all sections
where there is tope of finding the
Correctionville, Iowa A tornado
which passed over here destroyed
buildings at the county sandpit. Build
ings constructed at a co3t Of $150,000
were destroyed. Several persons were
Browning. MontCattle rustlers are
again active in Montana, and losses
frequently have been so heavy .that
ranchers have organized a,vigilantes
association and will hire detectiyes^to
stop the rustlers.
copper have been found in t'.is K*a-la-
bag district. The annual esthnatfjoi
output is 330,000 tons.'
BerlinThe next German offer cf
reparations will be 50,000,000,000 gold
marks, it was reported here, following
a iiession of the cabinet.
ParisRadical socialists h? ro start
ed a movement of protest agaurl cele.
bration of the lOGth anniversary of the
deftth of Napoleon, May 4 and 5."""'
DublinThe Mayo brothers fauioul
surgeons of Rochester, will *tee .given
honorary fellowships in the Royal Col
lege of Surgeons, the Dublin council
On board t'ne U. S. S. Pennsylvania,
Guantanamo, CubaTheodore Roose
velt, assistant secretary of the navy,
has arrived at Guantanamo bay aboard
the destroyer Leary for the purpose
of inspecting the fleet.
The HagueThe second chamber oi
parliament approved a. bill in favor of
local option for the sale of alcoholic
liquors, except wine, containing less
than 22 per cent and other beverages
containing less than 15 per cen*
BrusselsWomen voted for theilrst
time in thehistory of Belgium In the
municipal and communal elections.
The number of women who registered
exceeded by 700,000 the men^f There
were only a few women candidates.
ViennaGuarantees against a re
turn to the Hungarian throne of for
mer Emperor Charles are .being pre
pared at Belgrade by Jugo-Slavia,
Czech-Slovakia and Rumania and Will
be presented to the Budapest govern
ment in, a few days, says South0 Slay
News agency.^. V*
TokioAfter five days' defcy* by
pump trouble, the passenger liner
Nher maiden vqyage to
the orient, arrived bearing Major Gen
eral Leonard W6od and his party en
route to the Philippines to investigate
conditions there as the peraOnarrejbre
sentative of President Hatding^^^^.
TokioJapan has decided to assent
to a second discussion of the quqstion
as to her mandate of-the Isftmd^ai Yap
by the Supreme Council at yParis, it \f
StockholmIn. 1920, tie Swedish
mint smelted 19 tons of bolshevik gold
into gold rules and ingots, part of
which were shipped to the UnitiSd
States, the director of the mint .said.
Warsaw Counterfeit American
paper money representing approxi
mately $5,000,000, has been confiscated
in, Lembergr by the police authorities,
who discovered a^counterfeiting pMnt
in full operation.^
THE TOMAHAWK/WHITE EARTH,!MINN.
Lincoln, Neb.Governor McKelvu
signed the alien land bill. It prohibits
all aliens from acquiring title to land
hi Nebraska. *ife
Chicago:Dr. T. R. Hodgdon, presi
dent of Valparaiso university, Valpar-.
also, Ind., resigned, declaring the
school was a hotbed of bolshevlsm.
New YorkM. H. Gordon, selfstyled
fur and feather dealer of St. Louis,
was arrested after police had seized a
trunkful of gum opium, valued at
New YorkAnnouncement was
made that John W. Davis, former am
bassador to Great Britain, had been
appointed general counsel of the As
Detroit, Mich.Two persons are
dead, two are reported missing and
several others are seriously injured fol
lowing an explosion in a garage in the
rear of a soft drink parlor operated-by
New OrleansCocaine estimated to
be worth $35,000 at persent retail
prices was unearthed by federal of
ficers from a hiding place beneath
piles of coal in the bunkers of the
American steamship West Totant.
Battle Creek, Mich.The Advance
Rumley Thresher company announced
a 10 per cent reduction in .the price'of
all farm machinery it manufacturers.
The cut was made possible, it" was
said, by the recent reduction in steel
Billings, Mont.Salaries of police,
firemen, "the engineer, city clerk, ser
eral minor official*," and. all laborers
on the city payroll v.rero
reduced an av^
erage of 10 per cent by ths_citv council.
The cut was to solve a_i5elci^'of 2,2fl#
ParisThe goneral axacz'y bill
covering offenses ccmmlitjJ dur.ng
the war,.was pased by tua e'liambori
Liege, BelgiumPour burg-js eirry
ing about 100 Americans Ia-. from'
Verdun were paid notable..- hon_rj by
Minnesota Census Figures..
WashingtonThe Census bureau
has issued Ho bulletin'on the popu
lation of Minnesota according to
figures compiled in 1920. The bulle
tin shows that the pppulation of the
state is 2,387,125, ah increase of
311,417, or 15 per cent since 1910.
The following summary shows the
population growth of the" state since
Mankato Minneapolis Rochester St. Cloud
1890 1.310,283 I
1900, 1.751.394 I
1910 2,075.708 1
There are 86 counties in MihmV
sota, 77 of whiefcf show a gain in
population and nine a loss, com-1
pared to* 1910. The total land area
is 80,858, and the average number
of inhabitants to the square mile in I
1920 was 29.5, compared to 25.7 In
Minnesota has 84 cities, of which
Minneapolis with a population off
380,582, is the largest: The" tol
lowing shows the first census of
the principal cities compared to the
Austin 1860 200
Duluth 1860 80
98.917 11,089 15,089
18602,564 1S601,424 1S702,161 18501.112
WasecaA new hospital to cost $50,-
000 will be erected by the city here as
a result of a special election,
BensonThe Old City Hall, erected
here in 1878, was auctioned off. It sold
for $400 The purchaser was C. C. Al
bee, of this city.
BensonThe A. J. Hoilaud Whole
sale Furniture company plant here
was totally destroyed by fire with an
estimated loss of $40,000.
StillwaterWilliam C. Pisnrod, age
38, was drowned and three others nar
rowly escaped death while canoeing on
the St. Croix river here.
DuluthFor the theft of 40 cents of
soap Louise Cody) a young girl, paid a
fine of $40 and costs in police court
here. She pleaded guilty.
MankatoJerome Morsbn, aged 9.
was playing on a raft in a flooded stone
quarry here and fell off. He drowned
before companions could reach him.
DuluthSteamship passenger ser
vice on Lake Superior was opened
when the steamer America sailed out
of the harbor for points along the
north shore of the lake.
PipestoneOle Shelrud, aged 81,
who confessed to a series of robberies
from freight cars in the Omaha yards
in a period of five years, was sen
tenced to five years in the state refor
matory-at St. Cloud.
BreckehridgeOne hundred and
twenty-four .delegates from 27 towns
and villages of Minnesota are expected
in Breckenridge on May 17 and 18
attend the annual meeting of the Ninth
District Federation of Women's clubs.
MinneapolisGround barley is. held
to be equal to shelled corn, pound for
pound, for producing weight when fed
to fattening cattle man announcement
the completion of a 112-day test in
Albert LeaFire of unknown origin
completely destroyed he Andrew
Knutson hardware store, the Kaaken
son & Co. warehouse and a store with
a dwelling above in Manchester, nine
miles" from here, with an estimated
loss of $20,000.
WinonaInjuries sustained in ajfall
from a scaffold to the floor of a hotel
lobby here proved fatal to Leonard
Hoppe, 20 year old painter of this city.
He sustained a fracture of'the skull
and was unconscious from the time of
the accident to his death.
BrainerdMinnesota & Interna
tional railway heads met with com
mittees of enginemen and trainmen
on Tuesday considering wage status
and on Wednesday conferred with a
committee of the railway clerks, sta
tion helpers and express, employes.
St. PaulResumption of the tele-,
phone hearing for the establishment of
a permanent rate in Minnesota was
postponed one week to-give expert en
gineers in various cities time to study
the valuation figures of telephone prop
erties announced by the state railroad
and warehouse commission.
St. Paul^-Two shifts in state of
ficials and several new appointments,,
all- of thehv^of importance, were an
nounced, by Governor Preus. Charles
R. Adams of Minneapolis, chairman of
the Republican-sState central commit
tee, is made' private secretary to the
Governor," succeeding S. R. Duea of
Pipestone. Mft Duea, who has" served
as private secretary since the resigna
tion of A. H. Turritin of Minneapolis,
two months- ago, is made superinten
dent Qf banks, succeeding F. BJ. Pear
son* Mr. Pearson is one of three new
members of the State Securities com
mission, created by the last Legisla
ture to take the place of the-ex-offcio
"blue sky" board./ The other two mem
bers of the new securities commission
are Judge E. W. Starck of Center^lty
and Dr. E. H. Haas, of St. Paul. v
Si. PaulGovernor Jf. A. O. Preue
appointed Major Ellard A. Walsh, of
Minneapolis Colonel W. T. Mollison.
of "Faribatilt, and A. H. Vernon of Lit
tie Falls, as members of.-the state
board of review, which was recently
authorized by the legislature. The
board will work with the state bonus
board in checking up disputed bonus
claims. }t will assume its duties July
1, and terminate March 1, 1922.
St. PaulThe state military board
authorised payments for construction
work on the Armories at Bemidji-and
Long Prairie, Adjudent Genera]
Rainow said* -as *&
MRS. REIFENSTEIN. AGED
Declares She Would Like
To Put a Bottle Of Tan
lac In The Hands Of
Every Sick Man, .Woman
and Child In This Coun-
try-T- Never Saw Its
"I am sixty-seven years of age, but
in all my experience I have never
known a medicine like Tanlac. Think
of It! At my age to gain twenty-five
pounds in weight, but that is just
what I ,have done," said Mrs. Emma
Reifenstein, of No. 337 Webster ave
nue, Syracuse, N. Y.
"If I had it in my power,' she con
tinued, "I would put a bottle of Tan
lac in. the home of every sick man,
woman and child in this country, for
I know what this wonderful" medicine
would do for them. For almost two
yea^rs I was almost a nervous wreck.
I did not dare to leave the house or
even go up town unless my husband
went with me, I was afraid to even
cross the street and had a feeling of
dread all of the time.
"My stomach was weak and easily
upset. For days at a time I would go
without solid food. I could not rest
at night to do\ any good and felt tired
and worn out all of the time. Some
days I could hardly drag myself
across the room and was so weak and
miserable I was ready to give up.
"My health is fine now and I eat
anything I want and never have a
touch of Indigestion. I have never slept
better than I do now. My recovery is
the talk of our neighborhood, as it was
generally believed 1 could'not last
but a few weeks longer. This grand
To err is human and to seek to justi
fy error is humaner.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for Infants and children, and see that It
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry fox Fletcher's Castoria
NEW OMAR LIFTS HIS VOICE
Arizona Poet, However, Strikes Differ
ent Note From That Struck by
the Great Persian.
Omar Khayyam said that he could
dine, on a loaf of bread and a jug of
wine with Her beside him and feel
content in the wildernessbut he
only meant that he liked the des
ert and his old tin Lizzie, and the
crooked roads that make you dizzie,
that start any place and lead nowhere,
and just keep going and never care.
He liked the mesqulte and the
greasewood smell and the long hot
days that feel like h1 the red sun
sets and the cool moonlight and the
soft, sweet air of the desert night
for Omar Khayyam was a wonderful
man, who lived his life on an easy
plan, with his girls and his wine and
a big silk tentMy or, my I What
a life he spent. The desert
is here like it always wasbut you
can't Khayyam any more, becuzin
these dry days .when every .home brew
Is on the list of the things taboo, old
Omar Khayyam and his jug of juice
would soon get locked In the calaboose.
Salome (Ariz.) Sun.
Character Is a portrait of th*|fsobl.
MRS. EMMA REIFENSTEIN,
337 Webster Ave., Syracuaei N/Y.
medicine has.brought me health and
happiness and I just can't say enough
in its praise."
Mr. J. Reifenstein, in commenting
on his wife's statement, said: "Yes,
her recovery has been a happy sur
prise to us all. A. few weeks ago I
had no idea she would berable to pull
through, but now she is In better
health than I have, ever seen her and
the credit is due to Tanlac. We have
been married fifty-two years today
and I don't believe I have ever seen
her looking any better."
Tanlac is sold by leading druggists
Blood Is the Sap of Life
Keep It Pure
You grow by good blood as a tree
grows by sap. Rich blood, robust
man. Good sap, sturdy tree. Keep
the blood healthy and wholesome
poor, impoverished blood
cannot nourish the body
or remove the waste as
'When your blood is
impure, itching, flaming
skin eruptions often
break out, and your body
gets run down and weakeasy prey
for disease. To be safe, keep the
For this S7S.S., the famous vege
table bloooS remedy your
druggist keeps, is excell
ent. Start enriching
your blood with-SiS-S, to
day, and write about your
condition to Chief-Medi
cal Advisor, 838 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga#
A garden in every vacant lot would
keep food cooking in the pot..
$13.95 Goodyear Raincoat Free. ,__
Gpo'dyear Mfsr. Co., 2264-R Goodyear
Bid?.. Kansas City, Mo., is making: an
offer to send a handsome raincoat free to
one person in each locality who will show
and leeomraend it to friends. If, you want
one, write today.Adv.
PUTTING IT UP TO DADDY
Small Girl Evidently of Opinion That
the "Laborer Is Worthy
of His Hire."
The girl temporarily hired to help
out during" mother's Illness had just
Jeft. During her stay five-year-old
Clara absorbed with Interest many of
the details of housework in fact, had
been.of material assistance in such
ways as setting' the table, helping with
the dishes, etc.
When Mary quit unexpectedly the
housework got behind and little Clara
voluntarily set about to straighten
things out, and that night met father
at the door when he came home from
"Come right on 'out, to the table,
daddy everything's all ready. Moth
er's feeling better an' you must_eat
the supper I got for you."' "V-^,.
After viewing the bread cut at a 45-
degree angle, "cold potatoes from the
previous night, and o^her ihings which
X)lara had gathered for the r,oyai re
past, father said:
"WelL.' my "little girl is right on the
Job, eh? We'll never miss Mary, will
we? That's just fine,' honey daddy
knows you will look out for. him, all
rfght, won't you?"
"Oh, yes,", said Clara, then coyly.
"Dad, how much do you think you
ought to pay me?"
"ThSre^ More Than Havbr-i
Many foods.while pleasinto taste,^g?
combines withits rich,sweetflavorthe
fullnutrimentofwheat andmaltedbarley ppj
which makes it an ideal food.
It has been the favorite ready-to-eat
cereal for a Quarter of a century:
Inheres a Reason