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sad has brought contentment and happiness
to thousands of home seekers and their fami
lies who havestarted on her FREE homesteads
or bought land at attractivepnees. They have
established theirown homes and secured pros
perity and independence. In the great grain
rowing sections of the prairie provincesthere
still to be had on easy terms
Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an /tore
land similar to that which through many
years has yielded from 2 0 to 4 5 bushels
of wheat to the acreoats, barley and flax
also in great abundance, while raising
horses, cattle, sheep and hogs is equally
profitable. Hundreds of farmers in Western
Canada have raised crops in a single season
worth more than the whole cost of their land.
Healthful climate, good neighbors, churches,
schools, rural telephone, excellent markets
and shipping facilities. The climate and soil
offer inducements for almost every branch of
agriculture. The advantages for
Dairying* Mixed Farming
and Stock Raisins
makea tremendous appeal to industrious
settlers wishing to improve their circum
stances. For certificate entitling yon
to reduced railway rates, illustrated
literature, maps, description of farm
opportunities Manitoba, Sas
katchewan. Alberta and Bri
tish Columbia, etc.. write
R. A. GARRETT
811 iaekson Street
St. Paul. Minn.
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The Unlucky One.
BIxOwens tells me he had a tough
time during his vacation. Says he had
to borrow money to get home on.
DlxHe was in better luck than I
was, for I was the inun who had to
lend it to him.
A girl wants to get engaged, just
the way she wants to be asked to
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The most widely usedremedy in the
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silent and insidious in its
ravages, invades nearly
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hoverslike a petti*
Jbr Economical Transportation
One of the many reasons why the New Superior
Chevrolet is outselling all other makes of stand
ard automobiles is the high-grade equipment it
offers in a low-priced car.
A leading feature of this equipment is the spiral
bevel rear axle gears. They represent the best
modern automobile engineering practice. The
gears are so designed that two teeth of the
pinion gear are always engaged with the ring
gear, greatly increasing the strength of the set,
and eliminating the noise common to the old
type of straight tooth gear.
The New Superior Model Chevrolet has so many
superior features that we invite comparisons,
because comparisons sell Chevrolets.
Ask any dealer to tell you why.
Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan
Division of General Motors Corporation
PRICES F. O. B. Touring, $525 Roadster. $510 5-Paisenger Sedan, $860
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World'* Largest Manufacturer of
Low-Priced QUALITY Auforoohile*
Dealer** and Parts Depots Wanted
in all territory not adequately covered. Address
Chevrolet Motor Company
527 Fourth Street, South, Minneapolis, Minn.
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It strikes at the root of ca
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toning up the nervous system and
soothing the raw and Inflamed mucous
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working properly and gives strength, vigor
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"Short Cuts Prohibited."
Thus read the sign.
"A good way to protect the grass,"
remarked n. bystander.
"Not a bad motto to follow through
life," responded Uncle Tobe Snarl of
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That itch and burn, by hot baths
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anointings of Cuticura Ointment.
Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe
cially if a little of the fragrant Cuti
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ish. 25c each.Advertisement.
His Far Off Only Job.
Settlement WorkerWhat makes
your husband look so worried, Mrs,
Mrs. MixerHe's dreadin' the time,
ma'am, when he'll have to go back to
"Whom does he work for and what
does he do, Mrs. Mixer?"
"He works for the Salvation Army,
ma'am. He Santa Clauses."Judge.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIUA, that famous old remedy
for infants and children, and see that it
In Use for Over 30 Tears.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoiia
Get Rid of Ants.
If ants get in an Ice chest, put a
can under each leg nearly filled with
water move the eliest away from wall
and no more ants will bother you.
Strong Rear Axle Gears
Utility Coupe, $680
Light Delivery, $510 Commercial Chats!*, $425
There are 5,000 Chevrolet Dealer* and
Service Station* Throughout the World
Gives Old Capes Glow of New
Putnam Fadeless Dyesdyes or tints as yon wish
WashingtonPresident Harding, re*
viewing citizen soldiers from summer
training camps, voices hope that there
will be more like them next year.
Hints at use of troops to preserve
government by law."
WashingtonAll efforts fail In effort
to get senate to agree on a definite
time for vote on soldier bonus bill.
Washington Congressman Frank
Clague has succeeded in securing al
lotment of additional funds by the
War department to maintain the Fifth
Minnesota regiment, National Guard,
In camp at Lake City for full training
period of 15 days, earlier arrange
ments allowed for a stay of only 10
WashingtonRev. Dr. Henry C. Cou
ien, aged 79, blind chaplain of the
Souse of Representatives for 25 years
mtil February 28, 1921, is dead at his
former home at Fort Myer, Va.
WashingtonA demand for the re
moval of Roy A. Haynes, federal pro
hibition commissioner, on a charge
Df "defrauding the government," by
illegal use of the franking privilege,
was made on Secretary of the Treas
ury Mellon by Representative Hill,
WashingtonWhile there has been
no official announcement on the sub
|ect, members of congress regard it
as an accepted fact that further con
sideration of the administration ship
subsidy will be postponed until the
WashingtonPresident Harding in
an address here today to citizen sol
liers from Camp Meade, Md., de
clared he favored military training for
more than 100,000 civilians annually,
not for any prospective aggressive
warfare but to preserve peace.
WashingtonOfficials convinced by
failure of London reparations confer
ence that problem can only be settled
in general conference of Allied powers
United States participating, but feel
program of government appeals to
roads to cease competitive coal bid
Sing and gives assurance that roads
will get all coal required.
WashingtonDemocrats meet de
feat in effort to redure tariff duties on
aluminum charge aluminum produc
tion in United States in monopoly in
that Secretary A. J. Mellon has large
Muskogee, Okla.Exie Fife, age
18, full blooded Creek Indian owns
160 acres of oil land and wells, and
has an income of $1,200 a day. She
lives in a small unpainted cabin and
owns a touring car, very much dilapi
ChicagoDisorder continued to flare
In the rail strike in the early hours
of its eighth week, despite peace ne
getiations pending at New York and
assurances by chiefs of the "big four"
of no sympathetic strike.
Los AngelesDavid Lightner, al
leged "narcotic king" of the Pacific,
arrested in the orient after federal
agents had chased him 20,000 miles,
arrived here in Irons. He will be
taken to Portland,^ Ore. for trial.
ChicagoSeven persons were res
cued from death when fire destroyed
building formerly occupied by the no
torious Izzy Goldstein's Campbell gar
ChicagoMore than 500 Klansmen
masked and wearing the white robet
of the order, filed into the Immanual
Baptist church last night and donated
$1,200 for the erection of a new spire
Banff, Alta.'American Bar associa
tion delegates, traveling east from Its
recent convention at San Franciscc
spent two days in the Canadian Roc
Bridgeman, Mich.Fifteen dele
gates to the national convention of the
Communist Party of America have
been arrested by deputy sheriffs and
federal agents here.
Cedar Rapids, IowaJ. V. Streetei
and L. J. Thomas of St. Paul have
been arrested here charged with rep
resenting a $9,000 building in St. Paul
as being worth $45,000 in a deal for a
real estate mortgage covering 261
acres of Delaware, Iowa County, land.
Nyack, N. Y.Mrs. Warren G. Har
ding, whose recent gift of $10 toward
a fund to Viy feed for "Clover," th(
61-year-old horse,"brought her an offer
of honorary membership in the Nyack
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals, has accepted.
ChicagoAn appeal will be filed ir
the United States circuit court of ap
peals in an effort to obtain a rehear
ing for Samuel Pandolfo, St. Clotuf
motor manufacturer, whose sentence
was upheld by the court of appeals
here, his attorney, Bernhardt Frank,
Los AngelesD. W. Barrick, Civil
war veteran, of Sawtelle is celebrat
ing the second greatest event in his
life. The first event his march "with
Sherman to the sea," the second is
that he is making prunes grow on
Rockford, 111.President Harding is
highly gratified at the action of the
Illinois Chamber of Commerce In set
ting aside the week as "Herrin Week,"
to be devoted to raising funds to aid
Attorney General Brundage in deteo
tlon and prosecution of persons re
sponsib for the slaying of non-union
miners at Herrin in June.
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EARTH. MJNN.
Big Happenings of the Week
Condensed for Benefit of
FLOCK TO CANADA
Immigrants of High Order Set
tling on Western Plains.
Removal of Restrictions Necessary Dur.
Ing the War Has Shown World's
Faith in Dominion's Future.
For a period during the late war,
and for a while after its close, there
was put into operation by the Canadian
government legislation restricting cer
tain classes and people of the countries
which were not lined up with the allied
nations from being admitted to Canada.
This was quite necessary, and the rea
sons for it will be so apparent that
they need not be given. However, the
time came, In the early summer of this
year, when it was deemed possible to
remove some of these restrictions. It
was found that there'were many who
came under thejr ruling that were of
a class that Canada needed and who
needed Canada. The restrictions,
doubtless, were drastic, but were need
ful. The news of their removal, sent
broadcast, has met with such a re
sponse as to give ample evidence that
they had not killed interest in Canada,
and that faith in the Dominion as a
country where a new existence, happy
and fruitful, was as complete as ever.
As has been stated by one writer deal
ing with this subject, "the opening of
the doors a little wider has but dis
closed the dammed-up state of the
stream, which, given freer release, Is
pouring in fuller force over the Do
As to the moral effect of the legisla
tion that enabled these restrictions to
be carried out, it showed that while
Canada was seeking settlers, its lands
and its homes were not intended as a
shelter for 6those unable to meet the
standard set as Canada's laws of civ
ilization, the concessions which have
removed these restrictions still have
In view the maintenance of this stand
ard, and those who are still allowed
In are subject to the same require
ments that have prevailed for years.
As pointed out by the writer previously
quoted, "Canada has successfully im
pressed on those countries from which
she draws her people that her prime
and crying need is for those who will
American people not in mood to in-1 go on land, and of those entering the
lorse such a course. country the bulk is composed of agri-
WashingtonFederal fuel commis-1 culturists. Every country which has
sion finds railroads interfering with formerly contributed to Canada's pop-
coal distribution and price holding niation has resumed Its mission to its
"The lowering of the barriers has
had a farther-reaching effect than the
entry into the country of many for
merly debarred by reasons of financial
stringency. It has had a moral effect.
The restriction was rightly regarded
as an indication of Canada's internal
economic condition, and many persons
nd families of comfortable means con
templating Canadian settlement were
discouraged from doing so. In the re
moval is seen the first blush of the
dawn of better days, and consequently
many of those arriving are in a condi
tion to establish rapidly and securely.
"Though Canadian immigration falls
broadly into the two classes, British
and American, many European peoples
have contributed in a large measure to
the agricultural development of the
Western provinces, and It Is gratifying
to note the same healthy interest in
Canada evinced by the most desirable
"Amongst those from the European
countries are Serbians, Poles, Swiss,
Roumanians, Dutch, Jugo-Slavs,
French, Danish, Norwegians, Swedes,
Finns and Lithuanians. All have con
stituted fine, desirable citizen-building
material, as the few detentions and
lesser deportations bear testimony.
Furthermore, the disturbed Industrial
conditions of the New England states
have resulted in the commencement of
an exodus of French-Canadian families
back to their old homes, which may
reach an appreciable size.
"On all sides this awakening of in
terest is evident. It is a new faith
borne on the crest of the wave of
brighter prospects, the dawn of a fuller
realization, in the continued Inability
of many other countries to emerge
from the economic slough into which
the war plunged them, of the desirabil
ity of Canada as a country more rapid
ly throwing off its post-bellum depres
sion, and its great place in the world's
"British migration is of a healthy
and desirable order, 'of sturdy com
position, and frequently heavily capi
talized. Many Scottish farmers have
already arrived this year."
Every state in vthe Union Is con
tributing its quota, and joining with
those who have been in Canada for a
number of years in the work of re
claiming tl virgin prairie of the great
plains of the West and converting them
into immense fields of golden grain,
or its grasses into fodder for the dairy
cow or the fattening steer.Advertise
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Condensed Storks of Happening*
of the Week fa Minnesota
WillmarWillmar is to install a
new street lighting system this fall.
The contract for the work has been
awarded to the Power Equipment com
AustinThe Rose Creek consolidat
ed school will be the first of the rural
schools of Mower county to employ
motor buses to haul pupils to and
from school. Three buses will be
NorthropNorthrop's new $12,000
Dreamery, the most modern in Martin
county, has opened. The creamery is
rowed by farmers.
St. JamesAnton Torkelson of this
place was elected president of the Wa
tonwan-Brown county branch of the
University Farm Alumni association
it a meeting attended by 250 Univer
sity farm graduates and students at
MontevideoThe fuel situation in
Montevideo is very serious. Dealers
have practically no stock on hand and
few individuals have their winter sup
ply in the bins. The local board of
education has made no arrangements
lor its winter supply of coal.
Two HarborsThe Two Harbors
Rod and Gun club is planning to hold
a marksmanship tournament hefe.
MoorheadFred R. Prusha, Cedar
Rapids, Iowa, will be physical instruc
tor at the Moorhead state teachers col
lege for the coming season, succeed
ing Wallace Russness, resigned.
WillmarThe Salvation Army is
laying the foundation for a new hall
at Willmar. The building will be a
two story brick structure and will cost
Minneapolis Two men were
seriously injured when a Chicago,
Great Western engine, upon which
they were working at the company's
roundhouse on Boom Island, ran wild
and crashed through the brick wall of
CrookstonRichard L. Spiering,
manager of the Crookston Gas com
pany has been named receiver of the
company by the United States district
St. PaulEffective Oct. 15, Chinese
ring neck pheasants will be protected
by a proclamation issued by Governor
J. A. O. Preus. It will be unlawful
to capture, kill or have in possession
any considerable number of the spe
Albert LeaFor the first time in
Freeborn county, tickets good for one
free admission at the county fair will
be distributed at the schools in the
city of Albert Lea and at the rural
schools of the county.
MrnneapolisAxel B. Dahl, city at
torney of Nashwauk, Minn., is named
In disbarment proceedings referred by
the state Supreme court to the board
of law examiners for preliminary in
vestigation and report, Verne Pidgeon,
secretary of the board, announced.
FertileNels Clementsen, aged 65,
a farmer living a few miles west of
here, was seriously injured when
backing a tractor to a threshing sep
arator. Four ribs were broken and
he was internally injured.
DuluthMost of the 400,000 tons of
coal scheduled to arrive in Duluth and
Superior this week will go to these
two ports, it was announced. This
movement from the Lake Erie ports
is the first since the strike.
Red WingAt a meeting of the
Goodhue Dairymens association, it
was decided to raise the price of milk
and cream to local consumers. Milk
that has been 10 cents a quart here
after will cost 11 cents.
SlaytonFire destroyed the $3,000
barn, 30 tons of clover hay, a hog
house, granary with 1,500 bushels of
oats and three stacks of straw on the
farm of C. M. E. Johnson, northwest
St. PaulA statewide campaign to
interest potato growers in grading the
1922 crop will be launched at the Min
nesota State Fair, Sept. 2 to 9, by the
state department of agriculture, the
state agricultural college, and the po
tato growers' association.
Big FallsEleven rifles and seven
pistols greeted federal dry agents
when they visited the home of Allen
N. Curtis, near Big Falls, Minn., last
night, according to reports received
MinneapolisJoseph E. Link, known
as the "Enoch Arden of Minneapolis,"
is entitled to a pension from the Vol
unteer Firemen's association, City At
torney Neil M. Cronin has ruled.
St. PaulCoolidge day, in honor oi
Vice-President Calvin Coolidge, will be
observed at the state fair Wednesday,
Sept 8, when the vice-president will
attend and deliver an address.
Wessingon Sjr*.ngs, S. D.More than
an hour's rain fell here, the first in
six weeks. The moisture was needed
for potatoes, corn and pastures The
rain was accompanied by some hail
which caused ^ittle damage.
Fort RidgelyTwenty defenders oi
Fort Ridgely, who fought the Sioux
Indians 60 years ago, met members
of that tribe and their chief, Mosea
Columbus, here at the celebration com
memorating the raising of the siege
HibbingWhat is believed to be the
first albino porcupine ever seen has
been presented to the "soo" in Bern
nett park. Thomas Simpson caught
the animal while on a prospecting trip
The "porky" is a pure albino, its
hat.*, quills and skin being milky white,
the pupils of the eyes bright red and
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