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' THE L ' ANSE .SENTINEL ' ' . aaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaawjaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaa ,., . -., TRADE AT LOW EBB Proof of. Industrial Depression Is Evident Everywhere. : r Empty Freight Cars on Sidings Tall the 8tory Republican Party la Sura to Be Returned to Power. "If the. Democratic leaders think or believe that there is not an indus i solved onca for all bv Calumet. For Ily use In millions of kitchens has proved Calumet is highest not only in quality but in leavening pouter as well un failing in results pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. Received Highest Awards yr,rr$Twn ti Eijuitiaa, Chan. III. M, rrmata, March. 112. cr - - - - - - - Then the Apparatus Is in Demand. A vii-itor vas being shown through a lid lifting "athletic" club. The chief attraction fwiued to be the liquid gymnastic department. However, there was a cheaply equipped gymnasium which showed evidences of disuse. There was dust on the Indian clubs and cobwebs on the dumbbells. "Don't the members ever use this equipment?" the visit asked. "Oh. yes, occasiqfialjy when a fight starfi," was the reply. j Correction. "My poor husband got mixed up in 't nocently in that shooting affray, and they brought him home to me halt dead." "7o, madam; only half shot." Contipntion canfe" many serions dia e.. It i thoroughly cured by Doctor Pirce' Peasant Pellets. One a laxative, three for cat Imrtic. Adv. .Some men are up with the lark and some others prefer a swallow before breakfast. )The secret of getting a hearing is lb bavins little to say. 135 bushels mm was tha yield of WHEAT on many farms fat Western Canaan u 1913, soma yields being reported ma tuabaaMbtiaaala paracra. Aabigh as 100 bushel wera msss& it. rrcordrd in soma Atmtrir-t for oata. txnhala for barlar and 10 to ZU txu. tor iiu. J. Keys srrived In the country S years ago from Denmark with very little mean. Ha bomeateaded, worked hard, ia now tha earner or aiu acre oi uuia. In 1913 bad a crop of 200 rm. which will realize him ' 4. .k... .a nnn id. . vaiahaat 6S lb, to the btMbal and averaged over 39 buabali to tha acra, - Ttimmnta. nt almtlar In. hornrMeader In Manitoba, Sas katchewan and Alberta. ft.- - - oi .tw. riant on nanwlunja. WaatcrB Canada. A.b 4nr Amrrh fltarafnra ami reduced railway rates. Apply to Superintendent of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or 0. It HALL ' " . tin tecaa It, MllaavkM. Wl Canadian Government Agent -.J r.. Stoat mad auehtearr, jm aaa't am SNir waaa tn bar Ik I I Wkk ,Wr. P'tb Uwt It' I I n wit aw ailiuM liiw wt rmh, I I Cla" b r wpirwr to wor ilk 4 i. mm MR! v rrv 'CM po. aMy. wntoowawn trial depression in the country, let them ask the railroads ' to make a statement as to traffic conditions, and the number of empty cars on the sid ings," said W. A. Rodenburgh, former member of the house of representa tives from East St. Louis. "I chal lenge the Democrats to investigate industrial conditions. I have been told that Bome of my Democratic friends have ridiculed what I said re cently regarding conditions through out the country. Not long ago I went from Washington to East St. Louis, and on the train I "met the traffic man ager of one of the; big railroads. He is a Democrat,, but he Is a business man. He pointed out thousands of empty cars on the. sidings, and , be ex plained that there are in the country hundreds of thousands of empties crowding the side tracks. Hundreds of thousands, mind you, whereas a year ago there was'a shprtage. "The prosperity of the railroads means the prosperity of the country. It is a statistical fact that 40 per cent, of the steel industry of the country Is dependent upon the railroads. The ramifications of this Industry are in calculable. I believe, that if the five per cent, increase in rates should be granted by the interstate commerce commission, it would mean an almost Immediate resumption of activity by the great railroad lines. As it is, no extenson work has been planned or done for a long time. "There can be no doubt that the Re publican partyill win this year. The Progressives have been disintegrating for a long time. There will be no har mony among Republicans and Progres sives, unless Colonel Roosevelt de crees it. It is up to him. The Pro gressive party without Colonel Roose velt would not live a month? It was not the Progressive party principles that made Democratic victory possi ble, but the personality of Mr. Roose velt I do not believe that Colonel Roosevelt Is as strong as he was, but I do say that the question of the strength of the opposition to the Democracy will depend largely upon what he does." Roosevelt's Position. A full discussion of the discredit able part Theodore Roosevelt played in the campaign of 1912 Is a feature of a Saturday Evening Post article written by ex-President Taft, Mr. Taft points out that the sources from which the Roosevelt votes came were the Republicans as well as the Demo crats who were carried along by his radicalism and who believed that in equalities and sufferings in human society could be relieved by the adop tion of governmental measures advo cated by Roosevelt. Added to these were the company of the discontented who were glad to find their home with a party that was a protest against everything that was and gave therefore promise of a change in their own conditions. Reviewing these facta Mr. Taft comes to the fair conclusion that Roosevelt was far from receiving at the. polls the support of a majority of all the voters who bad a right to a voice in the selection at Chicago of the Republican candidate for the presidency. Need for Party Loyalty. There is a call to Republicans the country over to stand true to their party and to its great principles. It is a call to remain loyal, to put for ward their best men in every cam paign and to give them wholehearted support They must keep confident that their party will come back into power again Intrusted with the work of carrying onVthis government on the principles so well established, but which are now in great danger of be ing overthrown. Paving the Way. There will, we are sure, be none to deny that the primary purpose of these "pork barrel" good roads Is to make traveling easy for the Demo cratic steam roller this year and in 1916 Easy Sledding. Speaking of platform pledges, It is an easy thing for the Democracy to violate its political vows these days and still get by. It has no united en emy to fight Berkshire (Mass.) Eagle. ' T. R. Has a Life Lease. There are certain advantages in be ing a one-man party. The Progres sives, for example, never have to waste time and effort in searching for a candidate. New York World. Trouble Ahead for Wilson. Viewed broadfy, even though the president is having things pretty much his own way, the conditions do not tend to continued unity of his party or of its sustained support of the ad ministration. It will last for a while, since aforetime lessons of the weak ness of divided councils have sunk deep. But grievances are accumulat ing. It is seen to be not so much a Democratic administration as a Wit, son administration. And there. Is In Washington, an. undertone of foellng which portends trouble ahead is now electrically sealed with a w Vl1lKOi "SEAL OF PURITY" so I ' ' M fSI 1 isv absolute that it' is . i h $flw damp-proof, dust . MVWiy Y W'mi proof, -impurity- f h to teeth, breath, fWs. l . I appetite and diges- PSvV f J' I tion. It's the safe : i J'll VI besides delicious and sVv 2 PSa beneficial confccUon! BUY for 85 cents at most dealers. Each 5 cent packages. They stay fresh It's clean, pure, healthful it it's WRIGLEY'S. ILnnk frvrthe snear DROVE GUORMET TO SARCASM Evidently French Restaurant Wine Was Not Exactly the Quality He Had Ordered. William E. Corey praised at a Pitts burgh club the wines of California. "Our ' California wines," said the steel magnate, "are much better than wines of a similar price In France, for French wines are so adulterated today that even a high-priced one often tastes like burnt sugar and water." "But the fine wines, the 'grand era' wines are wonderful," a young banker Interrupted. Mr. Corey shook his head. . "Not always," he said. "A friend of mine," a. gourmet with whom I luncheJ not long ago at a fashionable boulevard restaurant In Paris, ordered a bottle of very old celebrated Mar gaux. Pouring out a little of the wine and rolling It on, hiOongue in true gourmet fashion!9 made a wry face. "Walter! he demanded. 'What wine is this you brought me? " 'It is what monsieur ordered,' was the reply. 'Margaux 1895, grand cru.' "'Humph sneered by friend, 'how lucky it is to be so old and to conceal its age so well.' " Too Good. "To say that honesty is the best pol icy to say in other words, that the more honest you are the richer you will become that is a silly and self evident lie." The speaker, Harvey Woodruff, the well-known O. A. R. historian of Hous ton, had been discussing the honesty of Oeorge Washington. He continued: "To be virtuous means to be poor and wretched. Take the case of Auntie Martha Washington Clay. "Auntie Martha visited the office of a Nola Chucky lawyer and said:. M 'Ah wants a divorce from mah hus band Cal.' " "Why, auntie, what has Cal been doing?' " 'He's done got religion, sah, an ah hain't tasted chicken fo' free months.' " Ugliness a Qualification. Some bygone housewives appear to have regarded ugliness as a quality to be desired in their servants. When Eliza Coke, daughter of Coke of Nor folk, was about to marry, she wrote to her prospective .. mother-in-law! "Pray, have the goodness to decide as you think best about the pretty housemaid. I wish she were less pretty and less fond of dress, but if her conduct and principles are good neither are really objectionable faults. I think our establishment will be a pattern of. morality, particularly If Mr. Stanhope engages the squinting butler and the terrible housemaid he mentioned to me." - - , Paradox. Moggs Hs Tounggold horse sense? 8pogK No, he wears a horse blanket overcoat . ' Sufficient Proof. PrisonerAll I want Is Justice! Lwyer Then I can save you from It on the grounds of Insanity! 1 , ? Grlffo Gets Religion. "Dowllng'B" burned out on Times square the other night, and those who for years had occupied rooms above the famous old billiard hall were forced to run for their lives In what raiment they happened to be wearing at that nocturnal moment. Among them was Kid Grlffo, who was at one time a lighter and Is today the berft piano player between midnight and one o'clock in an uptown music hall. "I did a nut trick," Grlffo is quoted as saying. "I took two flights of stairs in two Jumps, wi' the fire bitln' at me. If I'd been left at the post you coulda burled me in a fryin' pan." "And what did you get?" asked his friend. "On them stairs," said Mr. Grlffo, "I gets a pair of singed hands and re ligion." V Grundy on Shaw. Sydney Grundy has written a little pamphlet in which he has gone for Mr. Bernard Shaw with a hatchet. He sots: "Mr. Shaw Is a spent force a closed chapter a tale that is told a back number a lost chord a fired rocket an exploded mine an extinct volcano, vomiting only ashes and dust. Mr. Shaw is done. His star Is on the wane; bis candle only gutters In its socket; his beauty is passe, his wheezes are chestnuts, his sleights of hand transparent, his humors rheum. He Is running a race with time, and gave himself twenty years' start, and time is beating him to a frazzle." But He Didn't Hit Him. The Judge What did you hit this man with? i Prisoner I didn't hit him with any thing. y The JudgeVBut look at him. He's in a horrible "condition. Surely you didn't do that with your fists. Prisoner No, yer honor, I ketcbed im by the heels and bumped 'im agen a brick wall a few times. But I didn't hit him with anything wanst Brilliant Idea. Toung Mother I really don't know why he cries so. Bachelor Friend Perhaps it is his teeth coming through. Young Mother No! He Isn't teeth ing. Bachelor Friend Maybe it's his hair c6mlng through that hurts him! Their Breed. "Tour father has a lot of very fine chickens," observed the young man. "Has he incubators?" "No," Bald the sweet young thing Just home from boarding ' school, . "I think they're Plymouth Rocks." Dallas News. Talklrig Machines. , "Papa, did Edison make the first talkini machine?" ; "No, son, the Lord made the first talking machine,1 but Edison made the first one that could be shut off at will." Many an opportunity la missed be cause It Isn't recognised, . It takes a rery long purse to buy popularity. ', - . ' ,: - box contains twenty until used. CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL No Joke. At the .Chicago Athletic club a game had beeq put up on a -cynical old bachelor. The man had waited from eight to ten in the park on a snowy evening in obedience to a pale pink, violet-scented note that his friends had faked in order to see if he was really as confirmed a woman hater as he claimed. Turning up at the club for a night cap, the duped and frozen bachelor was very sullen and sulky when his friends derided him. He 'saw no fun whatever In the fake note. George Ade, noticing his black and lowering looks, gave a loud laugh and said: ' "What a skinflint you must be! Won't even laugh at a Joke, ch, if It's at your own expense!" Peace in That Family. A little girl being lost, was taken to the police station, where the officers tried to learn her name. At last, after many) vain efforts, one of them asked herr "Tell me, dear, what names does your mother call your father?" "She doesn't call him any name," the child answered, innocently. "She likes him." So Obedient Stealthily Light-Fingered Sam slipped up behind the strolling pedes trian. . "My doctor said I needed a little change, didn't he?" he murmured to himself. And then he took it. The Effect. . "Well, how did you sleep last night? Goethe spent the night there once." "Very badly. My husband adores Goethe, and ho was spouting blm all night." Nice Woman This. Snapp Well, all the fools are not dead yet. - Mrs. Snapp I'm glad of It. I never did look well in black. Anybody can dye successfully with Putnam Fadeless Dyes. Adr. 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Now, In the main, those who pushed through the open door of opportunity left more children than their fellowe who did not Often themselves members of large families, they had fecundity, as it were, in the blood. Wlth land abundant and the . outlook encouraging, they married earlier. In the narrow life of the young west, love and family, were stronger Interests than in tho olderv society; hence all married. Thanks to cheap living and to the need of helpers, the big family was welcomed. Living by agriculture, the west knew little of cities, manufacture, social rivalry, luxury and a serving class, all foes of rapid multiplication. From "Origins of the American People," by ' Prof. Edward A. Ross, In the Century. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for inrants ana children, and aee that It Bears the Signature In Use For Over SO Vaunt Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria An Economical Man. "We can't finish Europe. It will cost entirely too much." "We gotta finish It I ain't going to let this $4 guide book go to waste." Your family Doctor can't do more for your rough tlinn Dean's Mentholated Cough Drops; "they cure" 5c at Druggists. In this age cash will keep friends longer than diplomacy. Standing on one's merits is good. 'but moving on them is better. nerve. - ( naturally and properly. Stimulates VX -1 I i -i I ! -7 Wty...jc-.I.tX!