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Offers Health and Wealth
sad has brought contentment and bappmess
tothousands of home seekers and their fami-
lieawhohavestartedonherFREEhomesteads orbought land at attractiveprices. They have
established theirownhomesandsecured pros
perity and independence. In the great grain*
growingsections of theprairieprovincesthere
is still to be had on easy terms
F.rt.1* Land at $16to$30 an Aert
-Hand similar to that which through many
yearshas yielded from 20 to 45 bashsto
of wheat to the acreoats, barley and flax
also in great abundance, while ralslna
hones, cattle, sheep and hogs is equally
profitable. Hundreds of fanners in Western
Canada have raised crops in a ain
worthmore than the wholecost of
Healthful climate, good neighbors, churches,
schools, rural telephone, excellent markets
and shipping facilities. The climate and sod
offer inducements for almost every branchof
agriculture. The advantagesfor
Dairying Mixed Farming
and Stock Raising
makeatremendous appeal to industrious
settlerswishingto improvetheir circum
stances. For certificate entitling yon
to reduced railway rates, illustrated
literature, maps, descriptionof farm
opportunitiesm Manitoba, Sas
katchewan. Alberta and Bri
tish Columbia, etc* write
t. A. GARRETT
Sri Jackion Street
ft Paul. Mian.
YO NEE A WALKER
Yon arc not feelintf fit. Your food doe- not
teem to agree, have headaehcs. dizzy,
tired and aleepy even, after a night's
rest, bowels constipated. Nothing
very aerioos the mattsr. yon
think, bnt you know yon are
not there with the pnneb
and the pep. The symp*
not be nef-
Strain Was Too Great.
"A newspaper paragrapher was car
ried off to a sanitarium the other day
a complete wreck."
"Overwork?" "You might call it that. He made a
solemn \ow to go a week without
writing a paragraph about Lloyd
George, Lenin and Trotzky or any one
of the reigning movie stars. At the
end of the fourth day he broke down
and wept like a child."Birmingham
A hermit is a man who gets along
pretty well without the world.
A woman's "no" doesn't mean yes
when she says it to the wrong man.
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giving dealers name.
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SOLD EVERYWHERE. TABLETS O LIQUID.
A joke is being told on an absent
minded eastern professor. He was tak
ing some students to the country to
study rocks. At the station he said,
"We haven't a watch. We'll need one
or we'll miss the train back. John,
run home and get mine."
"Have I time before the train
comes?" John asked.
"Yes," said the professor, pulling
out his watch, "you have about 15
No faculty of the brain is as un
reliable as memory. That's why man
makes the same mistakes over and
If You Need a Medicine
You Should Have the Best
Have you ever stopped to reason why
it is that so many products that are ex
tensively advertised, all at once drop out
of sight and are soon forgotten? The
reason is plainthe article did not fulfill
the promisee of the manufacturer. This
applies more particularly to a "medicine.
A medicinal preparation that has real
curative value almost sells itself, as like
an endless chain system* the remedy is
recommended by those who have been
benefited, to those who are in need of it.
A prominent druggist says "Take for
example Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a
preparation I have sold for many 'years
and never hesitate to recommend, for in
almost every case it shows excellent re
sults, as many of my customers testify.
No other kidney remedy has so large a
According to sworn statements and
verified testimony of thousands who have
used the preparation, the success of Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root is due to the fact,
so many people claim, that it fulfills al
most every wish in overcoming 'kidney,
liver and bladder ailments corrects uri
nary troubles and neutralizes the uric
acid which causes rheumatism.
You may receive a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root by Parcels Post. Address
Dr. Kilmer ft Co., Binghamton, N". Y.,
and enclose ten cents also mention this
paper. Large and medium size bottles
for sale at all drug stores.Advertisement
Versatility of Etching.
The needle is the crayon the acid
adds color. The needle is something
all the more eloquent because its
means of expression are confined with
in more restricted limits. It is familiar
and lively in the sketch, which by a
very little must say a great deal the
sketch is the spontaneous letter. It all
but reaches the highest expressions
when it is called in to translate a
grand spectacle, or one or those fugi
tive effects of light which nature
seems to produce but sparingly, so as
to leave to art the merit of fixing
them.Maxime Lalanne, In "A Trea
tise of Etching."
Important to Motnora
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, that famous old remedy
for infants and
SA "BAYER" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not
getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physi-
cians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
and see that
iu iiuicu nuu sec uiai
In Use for Over 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Views of One.
"From fifty a week Flubdub is now
earning ten thousand a year. Yet his
wife is no happier."
"It isn't the amount of money that
counts. It is living within her in
some that makes a woman unhappy."
Might put your feet on your desk
occasionally in order to prove which
Accept only 'Bayer" package which contains proper directions.
Handy "Bayer*' boxes of 12 tablet*Abo bottles of 24 and 100Druggist*.
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COAL SITUATION GRAVE.
"Full realization of the import of
the coal production suspension," says
President Lewis of the Mine Workers,
"has not yet dawned on the American
public. The accumulated coal re
serves of the country are being rapid
ly diminished and the much heralded
non-union production is totally inade
quate to carrying for the nation's
needs. In the anthracite '/coal fields
155,000 men are on strike and produc
tion of anthracite coal is completely
The country is beginning to realize,
however, that the strike is a mine op
erators' strike against the public rath
er than a miners' strike against the
operators. The operators forced the
strike in the first place by being un
willing to live up to the terms of
their contracts with the employees
and by continuing' to refuse, since
that time, to have any dealings with
representative* *f these employees.
It is probable that the miners
would have consented to some reduc
tion in pay, hut the operators have
absolutely refused any negotiations
looking toward that end.
Of course the strike enables the
coal operators to force new contracts
from consumers at prices beyond
what would have been warranted by
cost production and the supply of the
AGAINST FILLED MILK.
Under a special rule the house push
ing the Voigt hill to forbid shipments
of imitation milks In interstate com
merce, a measure which congress has
been sidestepping for months. The
act also bars export traffic in such
Organizations of women and farm
ers, including 49 from Minnesota, are
pushing the Voigt bill.
Passage of the Voigt bill, it is de
clared will be a tremendous asset to
the dairy industry of the country. Im
itation milks, It is said, are increas-
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH. MINN.
RAIL REDUCTIONS OMIT FARMERS
NEW GUARANTEE HIGHER THAN FIRST
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
With Interest Rates Now 2 Per Cent Lower Commission Fixes
Reasonable Return on Rail Stocks at 5% Per CentCoal Con-
ditions Menace Country Now Says LewisCongressmen Move
to Outlaw Artificial MilkEngland Asks Japan to Leave Si-
beriaSenator Caraway Exposes Oaugherty on War Graft
Washington, D. C.Freight reduc
tions of 10 per cent ordered by the In
terstate Commerce commission to be
effective July 1st, will not apply to ag
ricultural products nor will they ef
fect passenger and Pullman fares.
Thus the farmers can gain by the
new decision only on materials which
they buy and it is likely that increases
in prices will absdrb the decreases in
freight rates on those commodities.
The reason given for not getting
the rate on agricultural products is
that reductions effecting these prod
ucts have already been put into ef
fect. The commission refers to the
lower rates on coarse grains and hay
and to the voluntary reductions in
agricultural products, which were to
last for 6 months unles large re
ductions were made in the wages of
Another part of the decision fixing
5.75 per cent has a reasonable rate of
return on actual capital invested also
has immediate bearing on the farm
ers. The guarantee which expired on
March 1st fixed the rate as 6 per cent.
This new rate is undoubtedly too
high in view of the fact that many
conditions point to a 3 per cent rate
on call money in New York and 4%the
per cent on good commercial paper.
If the public is to guarantee a rate of
return, it certainly should be no more
than what is paid on good private se
In addition the railroad executives
have full power to pad costs and thus
make hidden profits as they have in
the past. Wide open cost padding will
flourish until the public gets actual
control over costs to public owner
ship. The interstate commerce com
mission has to take the figures of cost
of operation as presented by the com
panies and allow freight rates which
will give a reasonable amount of re
turn after paying all these costs. Ev
en corporation income taxes are sub
tracted before profits are figured and
hence the earnings allowed are really
something over 6 per cent.
Commissioners McChord, Lewis, and
Cox, who have all taken a progressive
attitude, urged sharper reductions.
Chairman McChord likewise dissented
from the 5.75 per cent profit and
Commissioner Potter wanted reduc
tions in passenger rates.
The addition of ex-Congressman
Each to the interstate commerce com
mission, who helped frame the Esch
Cummins act was sufficient to give
the commission a reactionary major
The decision is worded in such
shape as to allow conservative organ
isations to make extravagant propa
ganda claims to the farmers but as
a matter of fact the farmers get no
reductions in rates and on the other
hand have a new profit guarantee
forced upon them practically equiva
lent to the old guarantee. In fact it
is worse because the present money
rates are at least 2 per cent lower
than they were when the Esch-Cum
mins act was put into operation.
Farmers can hardly expect any dif
ferent treatment so long as Wall
Street financiers are given a free
hand to manipulate our vital trans
ing steadily and are cutting in serious- ter of concealing and protecting wai
on the pure product grafters.
Representative Voigt of Wisconsin
introduced the "pure milk" bill a year
ago. Extensive hearings were held
by the house committee on agriculture
and the measure was reported favor
ably. Condemning "filled milk," which
the Voigt bill would put out of busi
ness, the committee said:
"The committee is of the opinion
that the traffic in the article should
be stopped now, before irreparable in
jury is done the health of the nation
and serious damage is done the dairy
After weeks of persistent fighting
proponents of the "pure milk" legis
lation obtained a special rule.
ASKS JAPS WITHDRAWAL.
England has served notice upon Jap
an to retire from Siberia according to
recent announcements from London
and if the retirement is affected an
other warring zone in a troubled world
will become tolerably peaceful.
The United States and England
were active in getting Japan into Si
beria under the plea of supporting the
Kolchak expedition against Soviet
Russia. But in spite of Japanese aid
Kolchak expedition failed after
great slaughter of the local inhabi
tants. The American forces with
drew and Japan has since been trying
to get in a position to monopolize Si
But neither American or English
business desires to see Japanese busi
ness established in Siberia and be
cause of the rivalry the Russian peo
ple who live in Siberia may be able to
secure peace and a fre trade outlet
for their products to the world. Con
siderable trade between America and
Russia will probably develop if Japan
were out of the Eastern terminal of
the trans-Siberian railroad-Vladivostk.
WOULD EXCEPT FARMERS.
An amendment to the immigration
law which would except farmer immi
grants from the 3 per cent restriction
has been proposed by Representative
Under the Steenerson plan, aliens
experienced in agriculture upon filing
on embarkation a sworn statement of
their intention to settle upon public
lands and farm it, or to cultivate oth
er property, would be admitted with
out regard to percentage restrictions.
Such alien, however, would be requir
ed to deposit $200 for himself and
each adult member of his family and
$50 for each minor child, this money
to be returned with interest by the
government upon satisfactory proof
that his declaration had been complied
with. Failing to give such proof the
fund would be used for deporting him
and his family.
WAR GRAFT PROTECTION.
Attorney General Daugherty after
being forced to take some action on
war grafters, made a grand flourish as
to how he would "expose national per
sonages in the Wilson administration"
who had knowledge of fraudulent war
transactions and "were personally in
terested in concealing them."
It is common knowledge of course
that Attorney General Palmer's chief
business in office was concealing war
grafters, and that a vast amount of
shady dealing was connected with his
administration of alien property.
Everyone also knows that war graft
was nonpartisan and that Republican
machine is just as much interested as
Democratic machine in covering up
In fact Senator Caraway has brought
before the senate facts relating to
Mr. Daugherty, which would call for
his immediate resignation if grafting
and concealing grafters did not have
the nation so thoroughly by the
Captain H. L. Scaife, an attorney,
was detailed by the department of
justice to investigate the government
dealings with the Bosch Magneto Com
pany. After thorough investigation
Scaife recommended action against
the company to recover at least $2,-
000,000. Daugherty did not act and
Scaife who felt himself bound by his
own personal oath to support the con
stitution and laws of the United
States, gave the facts to two congress
men and these congressmen brought
the situation before the House recent
ly. Scaife was fired by Daugherty
for "disloyalty to the department." In
the meantime two men who had oper
ated privately with Attorney General
Daugherty tried to hire Scaife as at
torney for the Borch Magneto Com
pany in Its defense against the gov
ernment suit. In other words, the
government agent who made the inve
tigatlon and who should have had a
leading part in prosecuting this alleg
ed war grafter was to be used to de
fend it and thus deprive the govern*
ment of his knowledge of the case.
Perhaps Harding cannot well get
rid of Daugherty because Daugherty
engineered the campaign which secur
ed his nomination at Chicago and is
the practical political boss of the G.
O. P. administration.
The daily papers have had much to
say about Daughertys illsmelling con
nections with the Morse pardon, but
they have all been silent on the mat-
*&*&*!& 1 "s-wte?1 *5? .-if irfi
Catering to the Trade.
"The man who opened that new
candy store on Main street must be an
enterprising chap and right up with
"He filled a window full of bonbons
and stuck sign on top reading 'Flap
NAME "BAYER" IS ON
Take Tablets Without Fear, if
See the Safety "Bayer
It was her first visit to the races.
On being introduced to a famous
jockey, she said: "I think it was just
too sweet of you to win that three
dollars for me."
Two-thirds of the bread cast upon
the waters isn't returnable.
Patience is not exercised by master
minds when it will do no good.
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Each cake of Cashmere Bouquet \Soap
holds the perfume of a thousand fra
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A sensible recipe for lovely complexions
is rain water and this pure soap.
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
Large size 25c
Medium size, 10c
If you want the true, world-famous
Aspirin, as prescribed by physicians for
over tweuty-one years, you must ask
for "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin."
The "Bayer Cross" is stamped on
each tablet and appears on each pack
age for your protection against imita
Fans Used in Church Services.
Fans were used in the religious
services of the early Christians In
the Middle ages, to keep flies from
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Nothing better than Cuticura Soap
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Add to this the fascinating, fragrant
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SI. PAI'I MI^N
Find a mnn whose words paint you
a likeness, you have found a matt
worth something mark his manner ot
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In the first place, he could not have
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had sympathy in him to bestow on ob
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the eye seeing in all things what it
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Money which is striven for brings
with it the real qualities of life.
Regret never yet headed off India*
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The entire Goodyear effort of many
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