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Tuesday, April 4, 1911.
into Compact Package NOTICE TO CREIDTOR8. What is it that Makes a Collap sible Go-Cart or Baby Carriage Attractive in Appearance? Graceful lines and proportions, a finish that has a high luster, the combination of colors resulting from the contrast between the darker enamels of the body and the bright nickel plated trimmings. Folds Flat In the matter of the estate of John P. Clougb, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, Eliza W. Harris, adminis tratrix of the estate of John P. Clough, late of the village of Oxford, in the county of Butler and state of Ohio, deceased, to £he creditors of and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administratrix at the office of-said administratrix in the First National bank building, in the city of Bismarck, in Burleigh county, North Dakota. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., March 13, 1911. ELIZA W. HARRIS, There is no cart made today that so attracts the eye as the Cart like above illustration, special for one week $4.25 When: you combine with the above, the fact that the ALLWIN is COMFORTABLE, STRONG and DURABLE, you have a cart, have you not, that meets all your requirements? Will you come to our store and satisfy yourself THAT THE ABOVE FACTS ARE TRUE? WEBB BROTHERS FURNITURE SECTION Administratrix. First publication on tbe 14th day of March, A. D. 1911. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, Attorneys for Administratrix. Banana tale at Gunner's. 5....fe NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the estate of Char les Anderson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned Ralph W. Anderson, admin istrator of the estate of Charles An derson, late of the city of Couer d'Alene in the county of Kootenai, and state of Idaho, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at the offices of Newton, Dullam & Young in the city of Bismarck in said Burleigh county, North Dakota. Dated March 14th, A. D. 1911. RALPH W. ANDERSON, Administrator. First publication on the 21st day of March, A. D. 1911. NEWTON, DULLAM & YOUNG, Attorneys for Administrator, Bis marck, N. D. Atwood's grape fruit for your break fast table—order no other. Nearly all children have wheat-hun ger—a craving for the body-building elementsfoundinthewholewheat,the most perfect food given to man—his "staff of life" for four thousand years. The whole wheat contains all the elements needed to build the perfect human body. This cannot be truth fully said of any other cereal It is through the shredding process (pat ented and owned by The Shredded Wheat Company) that the whole wheat is prepared in its most digest ible form. By this process all the tissue-building elements in the whole wheat are re tained, while the outer, or bran, coat is scattered along the shreds in infini tesimal particles in such away as to stimulate peristalsis (bowel exercise) in a natural way. TRISCUIT is the Shredded Wheat wafer-* crisp, tasty, nourishing whole wheat Toast, delicious for any meal with butter, cheese or marmalades. Always toast it in the oven before serving. CANADA WANTS THE FARMERS. Holds Out No Welcome to Older MANYAMERICANS60W6 THERE Made Large 8hare of Homestead En tries In the Last Eight Years—Total Number Admitted Prom All 8ources 1,244,597—Population Increased More Than One-fourth. Canada has been much in the public eye of late owing to the"feettlement of tbe threatened tariff war, and nation wide interest Is being taken in that country and its affairs. Each year many Americans seek homes there, and that the number is growing an nually Is shown In the report just transmitted to congress by Senator Dillingham, chairman of the immigra tion commission. Of the homestead entries in western Canada from 1900 to 1009, 6G per cent were by immigrants, and 44.91 perthat cent of these were by newcomers from tbe United States. W. \V. Husband, one of the secre taries of the commission, prepared this report, which bears solely on the Im migration situation in Canada. Espe cial attention Is given Canada's policy of stimulating immigration of the kind desired and discouraging the classes deemed undesirable. Official state ments are quoted to show that Canada wants immigrants whose purpose it is to enter agricultural pursuits either as owners, tenants or laborers and that it Is tbe purpose of the government to exclude immigrants whose presence in Canada would tend to add to the con gestion of towns and cities. In pursuing this policy organized ef fort is made to secure immigrants from countries which furnish tbe classes or races desired. The countries favored by Canada in this regard are tbe Unit ed Kingdom, France, Belgium, Hol land, Germany, Denmark, Iceland, Fin land, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland and, of course, the.Unitcd States. No effort'is made to get immigrants from southern and eastern Europe, and un less It Is the purpose of such Immi grants to enter agricultural pursuits their admission to Canada Is doubtful. Under Official Direction. In tbe United States tbe Canadian propaganda Is carried on under the general direction of an official desig nated as inspector of agencies and press agent, and salaried agents are stationed in Detroit, Marquette, Mich. Spokane, Kansas City, Mo. Milwau kee, Watertown, S. D. St. Paul, Oma ha, Grand Forks, N. D» Toledo, Chi cago, Great Falls, Mont Indianapolis. Boston, Syracuse and Pittsburg. About 200 subagents are employed in various parts of the United States. To these Is paid a bonus of $3 a man, $2 a woman and $1 a child on bona tide settlers Induced by them to settle in western Canada. During the years 190J.to 1908rvjncJbsli.eJ. 323.9Q8 emi- Most Children Are Wheat-Hungry Give a child two Shredded Wheat Biscuits every morningwith hot milk and a little cream and he will be fully satisfied and will lose his taste for mushy porridges that are usually bolted down without chewing. You can't build sturdy boys and girls out of books and sermons. Their bodies must be developed from the food they eat Shredded Wheat is an ideal food for them to study on, to play on, to-grow on. Shredded Wheat Biscuit with hot milk or cream makes an ideal break fast for school children and is quickly and easily prepared. The porous shreds ofcooked wheatcombine natu rally with all kinds offreshor stewed fruits, making a complete, wholesome meat Your grocer sells them. BISMAKOK DAILY TMBUH1 grants from -the United Stales were admitted to Canada. During tbe thirty-three months end ing March 31, 1909, the uuiuber of emigrants from the United States to Canada was 153,119. The states fur nishing the bulk of this emigration were as follows: Illinois, 8,123 Iowa, 8.169 Massachusetts, S.432 Michigan, 6,547 Minnesota, 22,792 Nebraska, 2,822 New York, 5,343 North Dakota, 29,303 Oregon, 2,297 Pennsylva nia, 2,23$ South Dakota, 3,587 Washing ton, 15,705, and Wisconsin, 6,416. Concerning emigration from tbe United States to Canada tbe report •ays: Probably no other considerable move ment of population from one country to another at the present time is so largely composed of agricultural people as the emigration from the United States to Canada, 120,460, or more than 78 per cent of the total number, going to Can ada In 1907, 1908 and 1909 were classed as farmers or farm laborers, which Includes also accompanying members of families, While less than 23 per cent of all other emigrants to Canada during the same pe riod were of those classes. There is at the present time a large emigration from Canada to the Unit ed States of persons who intend tak ing up a permanent residence there. 1,244,597 Persons Admitted. The total emigration to Canada from all sources from 1900 to 1909 was 1,244,097, or a number equal to 2G.1 per cent of the total population of tbe Dominion In 1901. The races of na tionalities furnishing the- largest num bers of emigrants to Canada during period were: United States, 393,90$ English and Welsh, 377,801 Scotch, 94,279 Galician, 62, 600 Italian, 48,340 Jewish, 40,347 Irish, 30,184 Russian. 28,106 German, 17,079 Swedish, 14,119 French, 12,408 Japanese, 12,420 Bukowinian, 10.413 Finnish, 9,909. While Canada has been successful in encouraging Immigration along de sired lines, she has been equally suc cessful In pursuing rigid exclusion policy with reference to those classes «f Immigrants who were not desired. The law is peculiarly elastic in that it permits tbe governor in council, whenever he considers it necessary or expedient, to prohibit the landing In Canada of any specified class of emi grants who have gone to Canada btberwise than by continuous Journey from the country of which they are natives or citizens. In dealing with oriental immigra tion Canada has recognized the neces sity of a policy which practically ex cludes Asiatic laborers. Beating the Postoffice. Here is a curious process by which tbe French postoffice was beaten. A wealthy merchant who refused to pay an excess fee was sued by tbe postal authorities and lost the suit. He re taliated by building a shauty in a re mote district of the Hautes-Alpes, about twenty miles from any postof fice, and installing-therein a shepherd, In whose name he subscribed to tbe dally Petit Journal. According to the terms of the postal monopoly in France, the department is bound to provide a dally service wherever re quired, and it would have been neces sary to engnge a postman solely for tbe delivery of this newspaper, as no other house is to be found within a radius of about eight miles. The post office, sooner than embark on an ex penditure of about $240 a year, con sented to forego the 10 centimes (2 cents) in dispute, pay tbe defendant's costs and compensate the shepherd for tbe loss of his daily paper. PATROL OF BOY SCOUTS, British Idea Takes Root Among Lads ol Springfield, Mass. FIRST IN THE UNITED STATES Helpful Organization, Which Has 8pread Over Great Britain and Aus tralia, Is Introduced In Y. M. C. A. of Bay State City by Young Man From Edinburgh. Clad in khaki suits, golf hose, belts and rakish slouch hats, tbe Young Men's Christian association scouts of Spriugtield. Mass., organized a few days ago. are. objects of Interest to Hieir elders as well as of envy to a large juvenile contingent. The Idea Is adopted from England, whicb has more than 200,000 boy scouts. The Spriugtield patrol, which is the first to be organized in the United States, is in charge of Kdwlu D. Horsfield of Edinburgh, a studeut at the Interna tional Young Men's Christian associa tion training school in Springfield. Mass. Mr. Hoislieid had experience in the movement in his native coun try and consequently is well adapted to give the boy scout Idea the necessa ry impetus to make it a success in the United States. Mr. Horsfield admits that he is ex perimenting in an untried field, but he Is confident that once the" Idea is un derstood it will spread as rapidly as it did In England, Scotland, Germany and Australia. A boy must be thir teen yearis old to be eligible for en rollment as a scout. Some of the boys are seventeen or eighteen years old and a few twenty years. Must Be Useful and Help Others. Tbe scout law contains much that appeals to the schoolboy code of hon or. Its fundamental principles are as follows: First.—A scout's honor is to be trusted. Second.—A scout is loyal to his coun try and his employers. Third.—A scout's duty is to be use ful and to help others. Fourth.—A scout is a friend to all and brother to every other scout, no matter to what social class tbe other belongs. Fifth.—A scout is courteous. Sixth.—He is a friend to all animals. Seventh.—He obeys orders. Eighth.—He smiles and whistles un der all circumstances. Mnth.-He is thrifty. The pledge which the boy scout takes is as follows: "1 will do my duty to God and my country. 1 will do my best to help others, whatever it costs me. I know tbe scout law and will obey it." "Taking this pledge Indicates that the boy Intends to roll up his sleeves and get into business," said Mr. Hors field. "In England the boy scout Is an Important personage. He is not only building up his body, but he Is proving himself useful. How Scouts Are Benefited. "Many a fond mother who a few years ago was opposed to having her son join the boy scouts now concedes that the experience lias brought "about a marked improvement In her son. A first class *•!t must prove himself to have a practical knowledge of first aid to (he injured, signaling (Morse, semaphore and stuff), swimming, life saving and other branches. His scout ing games teach him to be observant, and he learns of nature and of ani mals. His eiiduranee powers are also greatly strengthened. "Many parents in the United States are looking for some organization which wilLdevelop everything that Is gcod In their boys There Is a boys' department i.i the Young Men's Chris tian :is«iii-iat!oii. and there are boys' chilis :i! (1 llflilc lasses. yet the aver aye li io if within himself for nonielliin^ else ••The niijei is not to make soldiers of I lie hoys They ore peace scouts. If one lias the welfare of the boy at henrt. ir li" would help-'to make the future iiiiin'iond sirmiger and better, his servlre 'an he Minted to no better channel limit this the boy wont movement." A PUGILIST'S PERSONALITY. Stanley Ketchcl Wears a' Bzby Blue Garter to Give Him One. Stanley Ket-ln-l i--- vettiim a r«'\v Style for prize!! :liters .lack Johnson'* victim, who has heen hitting the his'i spots around I'itislmrg for a week re cently. lias taken the wearing baby blue rililmn tt.irtw on his lefi ankle just above his In went s!mes The blue ribbon is twppM off with handsome gold Livkle. KetHiel ritSifded to Mayor I.awloi Of St. Paul, with whom lie has been traveling, that lie thought the gaiter gave him "some itersonality" Chinece "Disgrace Society." Chiang Kaug Hu. an official In Pekln. ha« originated the National Disgrace society, which is designed to keep the Chinese people in mind of their national disgrace with a view to awakening and stimulating their desire to reform. It is intended to build a tower In which will be exhib ited relics or pictures of events and Incidents which nave brought Chins to her present critical position. CALLING AT THE VATICAN. Ex-Diplomatist's Views on the Pope's Reception of Strangers. After the dispatch from Home stat ing former President Roosevelt's rca* sous for not calling on the pope during bis recent stay at Home was read to a well known diplomat, who did uot wish his name to be used, he said: "There is nothing surprlsing'iu the re fusnl of the pope to receive Theodore Roosevelt. The same thing has occur red with foreign princes who have vis ited Rome and is the reason why the emperor of Austria and the king of Spain never go there. Troubles, how ever, generally arise over the conflict between the Quirinal and the Vatican. If the king of England went to Rome and called first at the Quirinal palace to see the king tbe pope would refuse to receive him. "All kinds of devices have been tried to get around this obstacle. Two years ago au ex-president of Brazil went to Rome and called at the Quirinal and then left Rome for a trip into the coun try, which lasted Week. On his re turn he went direct to the Vatican and was recelvcd/as it was regarded as a second visit to tho# city. Oue of the Hoheuzollern princes went to Rome a year ago and had an audience with the king. Then he went away for a month and came buck to see the pope ami was received through the subterfuge of the second visit." "What is the procedure for an Amer ican citizen to pursue in getting au an dlence with the pope?" ho was asked. "The usual way," replied the diplo mat, "is to call on Bishop Kennedy at the American college iu Rome, mid he arranges the audience. The United States embassy bas no relations with the Vatican. Numbers of prominent Catholics from tbe United States take over letters of introduction from Car dinal Gibbons or Archbishop Farley, which they present to Mgr. Bisleti nt the Vatican and get an audience with the pope direct. "Personally ho is very well disposed toward Americans and likes them very much. On nn average the pope re ceives from 2,500 to 3,000 Americans a year. Protestauts as well as Catho lics are Included in this number, but naturally tbe latter are largely in the majority. The audiences are given in the royal suit In the Vatican and are of two kinds, private and in groups. In a private audience the bead of the Catholic church shakes hands and con verses with the Individual to whom It bas been accorded. In the groups of pilgrims or other large bodies not ex ceeding 200 the pope passes down tbe line and bestows a general blessing and holds out his hand for tbe par ticipants In the audience to kiss the ring." There Is not any benefit so glorious In itself that it may not be sweetened and Improved by the manner, of giv ing it—Seneca. l03r" UTOL Douche & are used by Many Leading Metropolitan Hotels. Gives Best Results. C. W. 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Price of Treatment $*| Tablets-Douche-Cream 1 Remember this is a guaranteed remedy -and if a thorough trial is not effective your money will be re funded by the druggist. Soldiiy your druggist or sent postpaid by RICHARDS CHEMICAL CO. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Delay Is Dangerous Wood Storage THEWACHTER Dray a.nd Transfer Co. Phone 62 Ice Hay ##jl