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COMB TEA 1 FADED GMI HI If Mixed with Sulphur it Darkens so Naturally Nobody can Tell. Grandmother kept her hair beauti: fully darkened, glossy and attractive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever hor luilr took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, thlfj simple mixture was applied with won. derful effect. By asking at any draft •tore tor "Wyeth's Sage and Snlphus Compound," you will get a large bot: tie of this old-tline recipe, Improve*} by the addition of other Ingredients, all ready to use, at very little cost. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and be&uty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggie* sayB everybody uaes Wyeth's Sage and Snlphnr Compound now because It darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell It has been applied— It's so easy to use, too. You elmplyj dampen a comb or soft brush and draw It through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning thd gray hair disappears after another application or two. It la restored to Its natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful.—Adv. Experiments have shown that the average speed of an ordinary snail at the rate of one mile In 14 days. stop QjiMeTPMN. BUB UK AWAY Instant relief! Limber up! Rub pain, soreness, stiffness right out with"St. Jacob's Liniment." When your back Is sore and lame or lumbago, sciatica or neuritis has you stiffened up, don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle of old, honest "St Jacobs Liniment" at any drug store, pour a little in your hand and rub it right into the pnin or ache, and by the time you count fifty, the soreness and lameness is gone. Don't stay crippled This soothing, penetrating liniment takes the ache and pain right out and ends the misery. It Is magical, yet absolutely harmless and doesn't burn or discolor the skin. Nothing else stops lumbago, sciatica and lame back misery so promptly and surely. It never disappoints!—Adv. Unless his wife's relations are rich and distinguished, the average man is never interested in them. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR COLD Says Cream Applied in Nostril Opens Air Passages Right Up. Instant relief—no waiting. Your clogged nostrils open right up the air passages of your head clear and you •can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for breath at night your cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Ralm from your druggist now. App'y a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, liealing cream in your nostrils. It pen etrates through every air passage »f the head, soothes the inflamed "r swollen mucous membrane and relief conies instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stufTed-up with a cold or nasty catarrh.—Adv. Wise Is the girl who fears a man more than she does a mouse. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County—ss. Frank J. Cheney inalces oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. -I- Cheney Sk Co., Joins business in tho City of To ledo, County and State aforesaid, and that •aid firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for any case of Cntarrh that cannot lie cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE FRANK J. CHENEY. Bworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. V)1 (Seal) A. W. Oleason. Notary Public. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE If' tstc •n Internally and acts through the Blood •n the Mncoi" o' Svstem. Druggists, 75c. Testimonials free. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo. Ohio. Perpetual motion seems to be sue cess ns perpetual failure. 'jCutlcura Soothes Baby Rashea. That Itch and burn with hot baths of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle anointings of Cutlcura Ointment. Nothing better, purer, sweeter, espe cially If a little of the fragrant Cutl cura TallUm Is dusted on at the fin ish. 25c each everywhere.—Adv. It Is beiter.to have hwrt .of .off*,, |i|«n a wooden head. LAND IN DEMAND Opportunities of Western Canada Becoming Known. Fertile Soil on Which Cnn Be Pro duced Record Crops Offered to Set tlers at Prices Attractive to Farm Seekers. In the *ariy months of 1010 there vias a demand for farm lands in West ern Canada, the fcreutest that lias ever been in the history of the country. This despite the fact that farm lands have Increased in price, as the value of the farm product has increased and the virility and productive value of Western Canada farm lands have come more and more into evidence. Farm in}: there is no longer an experiment. Good crops in be grown in all locali ties, some probably a little more fa vorable than others, but on the whole a good —more than good—general av erage. Land elsewhere on the conti nent is used for the developing of one hundred and twenty dollar steers, thirty-five dollar hogs, two dollar and twenty cent wheat anil eighly-flvc cent oats, and Its price is anywhere from one hundred and fifty to three hundred dollars an acre. Western Canada land sells at from twenty to forty dollars an uere, and the farmer cultivating it gets one hundred and twenty-flve dollars for.his steer, thirty: Ave "dollars for his ho jr. 'two dollars and twenty cents for his wheat, and eighty-five cents for his oats. And can grow corn, too, hut Western Can ada is saying no more abont it than North Dakota did fifteen years ago, when it was an experiment there, and see what North Dakota is doing to day. The prediction is that in less than a decade corn will l»e grown suc cessfully In all parts of Western Can ada. It Is, therefore, easy to account for the increased demand for West ern Canada lands. The war is ended, and ihe food that the American and Canadian farmer sent across to the soldier, holding up his strength and maintaining his vitality, won tho war. No! It was .iust a factor in winning it, as was the soldier of Italy, of France, of Belgium, of Great Britain, of Canada and of the United States. An important factor, nevertheless. People generally have begun to real ize what food means, means to every body—and it is growsi on the farm. So people today want fnrnv lands, and they want those that are gtxfd. Tlie grent, wide, open stretches of wonder fully productive soil of Western Can ada are the chief attraction of the lnnd seekers of today, and it will be so tomorrow, and of all days, until these vacnnr inviting acres are brought into fruition by the hand of man and tlie multiplied effort of steam and gas oline power, :o the influence and op oration of which these lands present such a splendid opportunity. The pulse of today's desire to secure farm lands may be seen to beat in the columns of the local newspaper, re cording sah»s of many tracts of lands, ranging from 100 to l.'JOO :u-:cs. A Itegina (Sask.) p:iper says, "In farm lands there is so brisk a business be ing done that it might be considered a boom." Another paper reports the sale of section of raw pruirie seven miles east of Itegina for $ori an acre, and 2U0 acres at .$50 an acre. One real-estnte firm handled in three weeks' time over 3,.ri00 acres of farm lands, the turnover being upward of $100,000. An improved farm near Ite gina changed hands at $47 an acre. "For the first time in the history of the Moosejaw district farm land has been sold for $100 an acre.When J. P. Cameron of Victoria. P». C.. void half a section, known as the Lett farm, to John Logan. The farm was bought a year ago for $85 an acre jjnd is locat ed three miles from the city. It is highly improved and has fine build ings." An extract from a local paper says: "The movement of farm lands is open ing up well this season and there is every indication that a large area of prairie property will he turned over during the months intervening before seedtime. ,i "The price received for farm land* in each instance is considered as good, particularly for unimproved raw prai rie. and shows a considerable improve ment on prices for similar properties sold during the years of the Mar."— Advertisement. Aloft. "Was our friend Dustin Stax Inter estad in the uplift?" "Well, he was pretty strong for overhead charges." It is entder to than lost lime. recover lost money A VMbmk, Cfemtaft '-v. 1 Allf RelrcshlM ud •ealls'i UtiM—Murine for Red Dtn, Somen, Granula F*Xmi ftrtiiwgaftdlftHrnmj* care, and he wor.'t part with any fcf the Em ot Eyeiidr INDOOR TEMPERATURES. gathered a lot. of misctlluiieous in tormntion of interest. this winter season from reading the January num ber of the Heatins ami VentilatinR Magazine. gives tlu- i: uv tem po! a lures o!' various rooms in the win ter reason as follows: Destrees. Hath rooms to 7", Holler shops 50 to ft) C'hurches Cooling rooms (bath houses) Bntrance halls Factories Foundries Gymnasiums Homes for aRcd Hospitals Hot air baths (hath houses) lecture halls J^ivinfr rooms Massape rooms (bath houses) Machine shops Offices Operating rooms J'aint shops Vrlsons (day confinement) Prisons (nijrht confinement) l*ublic building's Schools Shops Sickrooms Steam baths (bath houses) Swimming halls ...'4 to Gil ...50 to .60 to 04 60 to fir ts .70 to Vestibulea Warm air baths (bath hou «s) The proper temperature in most in stances is determined by the amount of clothing worn or the character of the employment of the occupants or their number. The theory behind a standard of 60 to 66 for machine shops, 65 for shops, and 60 for gymnasiums is that t.e occupants, being engaged in muscular work, cannot get rid of their superfluous heat if ihe tempera ture of the air be higher. The supposi tion is that if the temperature of the air in churches 1b 65 and lecture halls is fid to f4 the crowds will make enough heat to supply the deficiency. A is.'he aged aire not good heq.t njajters, SO is set as the standard "or oid peo ple's homes. These are no doubt observations made of individuals. While an adult doing moderate wort: would make 500 units of heat, one working harder would make more than that. In regulating the temperature of a room it is necessary to take into con sideration the number of the occupants, their activities, their ages within cer tain limits, and the way they dress. Another article in this number of the magazine deals with soot in its rela tion to heating. Mr. Harrington, engi neer for the Illinois fuel administra tion. says the soot is more effective than asbestos or any other substance in preventing the transmission of heat A layer of soot one-thirty-second inch in thickness will decrease the heat producing power of a boiler 10 per cent: one-sixteenth of an inch will re duce it 20 per cent. Dry salt burned on a hot lire will get rid of the soot. SO r.o I to 61' The earn* Journal gives the follow ing units of heat made by certain types of .individuals: Child (5 years old. 240 adult at rest, OSO adult at work, 500 man 30 years old In an atmosphere with a temperature of 68 degrees Fahrenheit, 440 man 30 years old in an atmosphere with a tempera ture. of :il degrees Fahrenheit. 600 woman 32 years old, 4S0 per in old age. 360. Air Raids Costly. The Manchester Guardian recently printed the fit si uilcetsor-.i] report of the Zeppelin raid of September S. 1 HIS. No eonteinpora: report of any raid gave the sens'.i of the irreat eity's titter helplessness and the terrible force of thi' explosions that the reader finds in the following extract: At t'lo end of ixve Lane is Aldenian b'.'ry, the old Ct-urch of St. Alary the Virgin, standing in a small open space at the junction of the two streets. A tall Week of offices overlooking the church yard was struck by an explosive bomb, which exploded on the coping of the .' and rained down blocks of masonry intj the stieet. wrecking the premises. Tin: force of this explosion was such that every window in Aldermanljury wart smashed. A feather warehouse was struck and so tremendous was the force of Mie ex plosion that feathers were driven into the solid wall. At one place the lead was stripped from a roof and driven into the :iir. remaining curled into hlic balls over the texgraph wires and hanging down ever the street. lied T.ion street, a little street connect ing Theobald's road with Red l.ion square, was badly knocked about. A bomb fell in the nidde of it and wiped out the lower parts of tli* most of the house", including a public houae. which was left apparently iPi:om|iorted by one pillar. The Penny Bank at the corner of tlv htret was destroyed. Tiie damage done In the raid was esti mated at £2.000.000 Clio.000.000). chieHy ly the great fire in the Wood street dis trict. Tiie Grief Hog. There Is no trouble here below for ordinary mortals: ex-kaiser Bill lm« cornered woe, and we have naught but chortles. The kaiser always was a pig when he was buay reigni.tg: unless he got the portion b!g. lie sat around complaining. And now that he' no longer chief, he's hogged the stoc!-: of sadness, he's corner.'! at! there is of grief, and we're condemn: to gladness. 1 iry to d:g up .some despair, but there is none to gather: the kaiser's go it in his lair, he i.'li the whoie blamed slather. Per'mps you third: you have a woe, brt it's an imitation: there iisn't any. that I know, in all this blooming nation. The ka!«-.r has it stored away, in boxes, bales and cases it's all in his old castle gray, there's none in oilier places. Its really useless scratching round for any br&nd o'f sorrow you '(-an not buy it by the pound, rto gallon can you bor row. The kaiser has it salted jwti it's in his safe deposit old Bill the kins without a crown, old Bill, the gre.v. what was it. So don't pretend you're in despair, nnd sprinkle teardrops many for Bill h*» cornered a!i th« Brazil says'she will aupport the l"n:teJ Stfl^es^nd other leading powers nt tlie p«ie^"^unci1, ptki'tU'tilarly in the 'i'snn'! tion of the 'requisitioned 0«ruian fhit *. o( vbkilt she holds 4J One I SiH-crs fouls. The Greatest Name in Goody-Land The Flavor Lasts! Crop Fertile Land Often at ou know «iie realm ot child hood dreatns Is a land of sweets. Make some of those dreams a dellsbtfuf reality by taking home WRIGLEYS frequency. How about tonfeht? SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT VfflAPKD IN Grow Wheat in Western Cmia Pays for to Grain Growing and Stock Raising.^ Tho::ghVZ-is'.ern Csnadaotters lapd atsuch lowfiguree. the high prices of grain, cat tie. sheep and hogs will remain. I Loans for the purchase of stock may be had at low interest I there are go-V. shipping facilities best of markets free scboofo church -s spkMid climate low taxation (none on improvements^ For pnrtieuh'mutJ location of UD4S (or Atuericiitis th" ^rcittcM drinkers i.!tf world. For centnrifM fiOT.D MKDAT ITaarlciii Oil has l»-e:i a staii'lnrd itouseholil remedy for kidney, liver, hlaiidcr and stomach trouble, and all d'se.me-i connectcd with the urinary or^ana. Tiie kidneys and blad der are the ui'ist imoort'int otgans of the body. They are the titters, the purifiers of your blood, if the poisons which enter your system '.-trough the blood and stom ach are not,eptirely thrown- out by 'the kidneys a&d blad lcr, you are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, nprroutmeflt, despondency, backache, stomach trouble, headsche. pain in ioins and loner abdo men, gall utones, gravel, difficulty when urinating, cloudy and bloody urine, rheu matism, sciatica and lumbago, all warn you to look after your kidneys and bladder. All these indicate some weakness c-t the kidneys or other orgaus or that the enemy mi crows which are always present in your I n'ltcji have attacked your weak spots. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are what you need. They are not "patent medicine," nor ft "'new discover^.' For 300 year* they 'Ah l*ni the 'it1 _• -1 1VI .-rT. -:J? Weclsrn Can da offara the greatest ariv-antagcE to home seeker*. Largj profit-, are assured. You can buy on easy* payment-terna* $15 $30 per Acre— I land similar to that which through man/ years has averaged from 2ft t« 45 I bushels ot wheat to the acre. Hundreds c.r cases are eu record where inVVifej* Canada a single crop has paid the cost of land and pmdsctioa. TbtGneia Iments of the Dnmir.ton and Province* of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and AAcfU mk I the farmer to prosper, and extend every possible eneourtseBcst awt hoi* i»l», rn*r3, illtutrat«d literature, raduuej rz.iwar 1 aiUs. etc., apply to Sunt, ot I mm igr.it Job. Ottawa, Cm., or C. A, Co«k. Driver 197. WtUrtwg, S. D. W. V. Fnaeit, ^f«e 4, B«s Bldf., Onalu, lil., uJ R. A. G&rrcti. 311 Jtcluoa .TtrMt. St. FuLMhk Canadian i«ver*iment Agents water To keep 'lean 3td healthy take Doctor Pierce's Pleasum J'ellets. They ret-'ulato liver, bowels anil tomacli. Adv. arc lite .vcapons i' hcloloss SAFE, (jENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS Peerless Perifoy FmI and focif zr She Best for Adc for pti»aal(nt[itor Akrea »£a!t»« Canpaajr, Sima GIOUX CITY PTC. )CO, WO. fiU-WML have 1-crn a standard ranc*?.. v?,:'c Parvf itupti'Attl !fa**~ lem Oil yoia* fnreanJ/a&u#«d, are perfectly harmle^. The briUag. ronfb irig oil ficftlut into Utt wSW tnn) Cttaog the kidnejs and thnac]k the blxdirr, dkiv- ing out t^e poiMBous gum*. 3i*w Jfe fresh strength sad hra\h w® rate continue the trratuwaX Wt*m ca ly restored to jroar Mpc! tifar, tuk:n^ a capsule or to* auh tkey keep you in wdftiot aaii orcsnc. turn of the disease. Do not delay- a matte. HMm me peciaiiy duumm in Uissy mat Nadtbr .11oub.b- AiTdrufjjiKijt ltS AMJ MEDAL. Atatf* Adr. M£VAi. Haarlem Oil Oapsulet. They wiS Tint MLDAL Haarlewi OH CiHk* mm im Exited direct trom the Iihe^urisa JUL land. They are preparei i» setswt faa» tity o.id convenient tsru, awn enj and *re poaiiljd^ gsuurtHl ft* prote'.'t refief. ta thwe »ges. Ask for the V*'