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NEWS OF WORLD
Big Happenings of the Week
Condensed for Benefit of
WashingtonSenator J. E. Watson
of Indiana, predicts senate will make
short work of passing McCumber bon
us bill when tariff bill is disposed of.
"WashingtonThe Senate has com
pleted consideration of all committee
amendments to the administration
tariff bill, and that measure was thus
put into about the form in which it
will be passed.
WashingtonAn objection by the
Brazilian government has blocked the
plan to open the new Miami-Barbados
Western Union cable for emergency
use in handling messages to and from
Europe by way of Pernambuco.
WashingtonLiberty bonds to the
face amount of $64,837,900 were pur
chased and retired by the treasury
out of repayments of principal on
loans to foreign governments during
the fiscal year ending June 30.
WashingtonEstablishment of a'
special rediscount rate of 3% per cent
on agricultural papers is under con
isderation by the federal reserve
board, officials explained, the special
farm rate would enable banks which
made loans for agricultural purposes
upon the security of farm products
to rediscount at 3% per cent.
WashingtonAuthority for national
vessels to participate in the American
Legion convention at New Orleans Oc
tober 16 to 20 was announced at the
Navy department. The cruiser Bir
mingham, flying the flag of Rear Ad
miral W, C. Cole, and six destroyers
from the Atlantic fleet, were ordered
to New Orleans for that purpose.
WashingtonSenate votes, 37 to 36,
for Smoot amendment, increasing du
ties on sugar over McCumber bill
rates fixes 2.30 cents per pound for
full duty sugars and 1 86 for Cuban
WashingtonPresident Harding has
named the following Minnesota post
masters: William H. Wright, Mont
rose Nettie Layng, Bruno Jennie L.
Phillips, Clearwater Ohapin A. Farn
ham, Rockford Claire M. Peterson,
Stanchfleld Charles OlBon, Sturgeon,
Sturgeon Lake Maggie M. Halgren,
Waukon Emery B. Lindsley, Willow
Portland, Me.Fifteen loebmotives
of the Maine Central Boston and
Maine and Portland Terminal com
pany and a round house- were de
stroyed in a Are here. The damage
is estimated at one million dollars.
North Bergen, N. J.Three bombs
hurled at the Weehawken local of the
West Shore railroad as it crossed a
culvert near Granton Junction shat
tered the windows of three coaches
and injured 10 persons, five seriously,
officials of the road reported.
Wellpburg, W. VaForty-nine men
wanted by Brooke county authorities
in connection with the fatal fight at
the Clifton mine in Cliftonville near
here July 17, have surrendered to the
Great Hill, N. Y.Three federal
agents were attacked by an outing
party of 200, with women urging on
the assailants, when they raided a ho
tel near this city.
ChicagoRuins of aa ancient city
of great size, hitherto unknown, have
been uncovered in Columbia by the
South American Archeological expedi
tion of the Field Museum of Nature
San FranciscoToronto, Canada,
was selected as the 1923 meeting
place for the supreme lodge of the
Knights of Pythias.
Los Angeles, Calif.Tommy O'Con
nor, convicted murderer and fugitive of
Chicago, is believed to be in Los An
geles, according to information re
ceived at the office of the district at
Charlevoix, Mich.Captain Sidney
R. Bailey, D. S. O, naval attache of
the British embassy at Washington,
and Mildred W. Bromwell of Washing
ton, were married here.
Leavenworth, Kans.Efforts of
Mra. Margaret Anderson, 63, who
traveled afoot last January from Sioux
Falls, S. D., to Washington, to ask the
President to pardon her son, were re
warded when her son, Joseph, 19, left
the federal penitentiary.
Memphis, Tenn.Miss Frances
Birkhead of New Orleans has filed an
other suit for $50,000 damages against
Lee M. Russell, governor of Missis
sippi, in the United States District
San Francisco, CalitThe Southern
Pacific company has lifted its em
bargo on the shipment of perishable
freight and livestock which was de
clared on account of a strike of train
ChicagoHale Holden, president of
the' Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
railroad, asserted that he was sure
motive power on most of the impor
tant roads of the country had shown
distinct and substantial improvement
for the past several weeks.
Chicago The elevated railroads,
which petitioned the Illinois com
merce commission for permission to
reduce fares in keeping with the lower
wages accepted by the men, announc
ed that the reduction would be less
than 1 cent.
Toronto, OntLuigi Cardignolo has
adopted a novel method to sell water
melons. Standing on the back of his
truck, he sings in a beautiful voice
popular snatches from Verdi'o "II Tro
vatore." When he has a large enough
audience he stops his singing and be
gins to sell watermelons. 1
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MINN.
Milbank, S. D.The creamery here,
after being operated as a co-operative
plant for more than 25 years has
passed into private ownership.
MinotThe Federal Lanl bank of
St. Paul in June closed a total of $561,-
800 worth of loans in North Dakota,
according to a statement of loans.
Huron, S. DWord has been re
ceived here announcing the marriage
at Desmet of Leonard York, aged 15,
and Vera Barton, 14
Birchwood, Wis.Members of the
Barroun Co. Guernsey Breeders' as
sociation have indorsed a plan to at
tend the National Dairy show at the
twin cities with a special trair.
Sisseton, S. D.W. L. McP' ak of
Minneapolis, who is installing custom
flour mills at important places hrough
out the northwest, has selected Sisse
ton as one of the places for a mill.
MarshallThe* Presbyterian and
Congregational Church societies of
Marshall have united, the new church
will be known as the Associated
Lac du Flambeau, Wis.Alex La*
Croix, a Chippewa Indian, has cele
brated his 98th birthday in excellent
health. He has been married four
times, has 13 children, 47 grandchil
dren and 18 great-grandchildren.
MitchellMitchell is to have a reg
ular symphony orchestra this year,
At a meeting of those who played in
the organization last season, a con
stitution was adopted and officers
Tomah, Wis.Wisconsin's bumper
cranberry crop has been seriously
threatened by low temperatures on
the lowlands, embracing Monroe,
Wood and Jackosn counties. In two
nights, thermometers went down to
New England, N. DIn less than
two hours, business men of New Eng
land subscribed $5,000 for the purpose
of drilling a test oil well on the farm
of Albert Stagel, northeast of here
La Crosse, Wis.Zippa Willinga,
farmer, living near here, brought in a
stalk of corn 13 feet and two inches
high. Willinga declares that he has a
plot of two acres of this size corn.
Flandreau, S. D.The work of sur
veying the Big Sioux river, with a
view to finding a means to straigthen
some of the curves to prevent spring
floods on farm lands is now under
Fargo, N. DThe state agricultural
college will send a dairy stock Judging
team to two annual dairying events
of the country this year for the first
Grand Forks, N. D.North Dakota's
spring wheat crop, now entering har
vest, is forecast at 103,153,000 bushels,
and the rye crop is placed at 25,663,-
Lansing, MichSupervision of box
ing in Michigan was placed entirely
in the hands of the state department
of public safety, the state administra
tive board having abolished the box
Forest Hills, L. I.Miss Anne Still
man, daughter of James A. Stillman,
former president of the National City
bank, and Anne Urquhart. Stillman,
principals in the Fred Beauvais "In-
dian Guide" divorce case, is an en
trant in the United States doubles
tennis championship here.
Menasha, Wis Another baseball
league to be known as the Wisconsin
State League, was organized here at
a meeting of representatives of Me
nasha, Neenah, Appleton, Manitowoc
and Green Bay.
Clermont, FerrandPilot Barbot in
the Dewoitinne flexible wing gliding
monoplane, produced a number of
new local records in the gliding con
test here. He remained in the air
two minutes and 43 seconds.
DublinArthur Griffith was buried
In Glasnevin cemetery, where so
many famous patriots lie. Impressive
services were held in the beautiful
cathedral of the Immaculate Concep
tion. Homage to the memory of this
great figure in Ireland's dramatic
struggle for emancipation was paid by
crowds from all walks of life.
Clermont, FerrandGilbert Sardier,
the French ace, who during the war
brought down 15 German planes, was
seriously injured when in a Clement
gliding triplane competing in the in
ternational gliding contest here, he
was dashed to the ground after the
control of his machine refused to re
BerlinMany Germans, with large
supplies of cheap marks on hand, were
unable to spend them. Shopkeepers
in many cases refused to unload their
stocks for marks, demanding foreign
money or gold in payment.
Ottawa, OntWith a population of
5,371,315 Canada exported produce to
the value of $33 per head in 1901, as
compared with a population of 8,750,-
000 in 1920 and exports per capita of
$147, according to government statis
tics. The value of exports in 1901 was
$117,776,044, as against $1,286,668,709
The Pas, Man.Word was received
of the death at Vancouver of Grant
E. Rice, for many years editor of the
Pas Herald. He was 40 years old.
Mr. Rice was one of the founders of
The Pas dog dergy and was primarily
responsible for the success of the
races. He also wrote a book on dog
MontrealTwelve persons are be
lieved to have perished in a fire that
destroyed the Jewish Boys' orphan
age at Strawbridge and threatened
the vlllage7 The cause is undeter
mined. It is reported that eight of
the 60 orphans in the institution were
missing on a roll call after the fire.
MontrealThe threatened strike of
37,000 shopmen on the Canadian rail
ways was temporarily averted when
the presidents of the Canadian Nation
al, Graud Trunk and Canadian Pacific
telegraphed Premier W. L. MaeKenzie
king that the wage cut of $200,000 or
dered would be rescinded. ,v
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CROPS ALL GOOD
Western Canada Farmers Jubi
lant Over Prospects.
Harvest in Southwestern Manitoba
Expected to Come Back to
Bumper Yield of 1915.
Those who have friends in Western
Canada will be anxious to learn of
the conditions there, and will be in
terested in knowing that generally the
crop prospect is very favorable. Cut
ting and harvesting have become gen
eral, and it is anticipated that the re
sults which will appear when thrash
ing is completed will be highly satis
With the widely varying weather
conditions that have prevailed in the
different sections of the prairie prov
inces it would be impossible to fore
cast with any degree of accuracy as to
how the crop is made. The Manitoba
crop has held its own, and the outlook
for the province as a whole is decided
With the exception of an area south
and west of Brandon, grain crops in
Manitoba continue to give promises
of a good harvest, the best in fact for
a number of seasons, reports the Cana
dian National Railways for the week
ended July 22. Recent rains and favor
able temperatures have improved con
Southwestern Manitoba will reap a
harvest which will nearly equal the
bumper harvest of 1915. Farmers in
the district are very optimistic. The
rye crop is exceptionally good many
fields will yield upwards of 30 bushels
per acre. The fields are remarkably
free of weeds, and the grasshopper
menace, which has been evident in the
southwestern portion, of the province
for the past three years, has been
almost entirely obliterated. No dam
age has been done to the wheat crop
by rust, and the oats omp will aver
age more than 60 bushel- to the acre.
In Saskatchewan there are large
areas where the crops nre excellent.
In places where* the pispect some
few weeks ago were noi encouraging,
material change for the better is ap
parent. In these places unusually dry
weather during a portion of the grow
ing season kept the crops back, but
what was most remarksible was the
effect that the spring u.oisture had
While light in some places, this mois
ture kept sufficient strength in the
growing crops to ensure a fair yield
of a good quality of grain. This con
dition arises in the mid-central dis
tricts, of the province.
The southern portions of the prov
ince have been exceptionally favored,
reports showing that the yield of all
grains will be wonderfully good.
The crops of all Saskatchewan are
a week or ten days later than thosa
Conditions in Alberta are said to be
good, especially in southern Alberta,
where copious and plentiful showers
came in time to give assurance of
good paying yields. This applies to
nearly all sections of that district.
Northern Alberta, or at least that
portion of it lying within thirty miles
of Edmonton, has suffered from l*k of
moisture, a very unusual tbfng for
that district, where there is s^nerally
an abundance. As a result the heavy
yields of wheat, oats and barley for
which the district is note will show,
considerable falling off ove oast years, j'
The grain, though, is of excellent
quality and the yield will be fair.
Pasturage is poor, and the hay crop
will fall short of that of any previous
year for quite an extended periofL.
On the whole, the prairie provinces
Children Cry For
That Baby should have abed of its own all are agreed. Yet it
is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-ups than to use
a man's medicine in anattempt to regulate the delicate organism of
that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Neither would
be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.
Your Physician will tell you that Baby's medicine must be
prepared with even greater care than Baby's food.
A Baby's stomach when in good health is too often disarranged
by improper food.*Could you for a moment, then, think of giving
to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared
for Infants and Children Don't.be deceived.
Make a mental note of this:It is important, Mothers, that
you should remember that to function well, the digestive organs of
your Baby must receive special care. Wo Baby is so abnormal that
the desired results may be had from the use of medicines primarily
prepared for grown-ups.
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PUTNAM FADELESS DYESdyes or tints as you wish
of Western Canada will have a crop
that will warrant the statement that it
will prove satisfactory and remuner
A number of farmers put in corn
this year, and from present appear
ances there is a likelihood of an
abqndant yield for fodder and ensi
lage, while a good deal of it will fully
mature. A number of silos were
erected this season. While grain grow
ing is losing none of its interest, it
Is highly pleasing to note the number
of farmers who are adding dairying to
and Great Economy
the grain growing industry.Adver
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