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IMMIGRATION INSPECTOR Port of I : Sftii . . s Fran- . - v CISCO , Praises feruna 'tVI for per- A sonal benefit ' received. I San Francisco, January 6, 1814. Mr. A. de la Torre, Jr., formerly U. 8. Inspector of Immigration, Tort of San Francitco, write from No. 1111 Powell St., Baa Franc ico, Cal.: "I tale great pleasure in recommending jour great na tional catarrh cure, Feruna, a the best I erer used, I sincerely express my thanka to yon for the health which I now enjoy. It hat done me and a number of ray friends good, and I can assure you that I hall take every opportunity to speak in faror of what I consider to be the best remedy for catarrh in existence today Aro You Suffering From23 AiBfto-DBrtoxication nS.fi , "poisoning, or fhe state of being poisoned, from toxk; substances produced within the body." This is a condition due to the stomach, bowels, kidneys, liver, or pores of the body falling to throw off the poisons. More than 50 of adults are suffering from this trouble, This is probably why you are suffering from nervousness, headaches, loss of appetite, lack of ambition, and many other symptoms produced by Auto-Intoxication. Your whole system needs stirring up DH. PIERCE'S QOLDECJ MEDICAL DISCOVERY f A FaMaf mm Uquld Form trill remedy the trouble. It first aids the system to expel accumulated poisons. It acts as a tonic and finally enables the body to eliminate its own poisons without . any outside aid. Obey Nature's warnings. Your dealer la merthrtnea will supply you, or you may send 50c fur a sample, i ot tablet by mail. AtUra Dr-iCY-Fierce, Dim. you think of my mus- "What do tache?" - "I hadn't noticed it. dark day." It's rather a A CLERGYMAN'S TESTIMONY. The Rev. Edmund Heslop of Wig ton, Pa., suffered from Dropsy for a year. Hla limbs and feet were swol len and puffed. He had heart flutter ing, waa dizzy and exhausted at the least exer tion. Hands and feet were cold and he had such a dragging sensa tion across the loins that it was difficult to move. After using 5 boxes of Dodda Rev. E. Heslop. Kidney Pilla the swelling disappear td and he felt himself again. He says he haa been benefited and blessed by the use of Dodda Kidney Pills. Sev eral months later ho wrote: I have not changed my faith in your remedy since tho above statement was author ized. Correspond with Rev. E. lies Toy abcut this wonderful remedy. Dodda Kidney Pilla, GOe. per box at your dealer or Dodda Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Write for Household Hints, also music of National Anthem (English and German words) and re cipe for dainty dishes. All 3 sent free. Adr. ' ' Fair Words op Nothing. ' George," said tho wifo to her gen erally unapprecialtve husband, "how do you like my new hat?" "Well, my dear." said George with great candor, "to tell you the truth" "Stop right there, George! If you're going to talk that way about it, I don't want to know." A Double Misfortune. "So Jigglna had his head cut off with the new management. How did that happen?" VI think it waa bacauae he loBt his head at a critical moment." Marriage Is more orten an assign ment than a failure. 400,000, 3 Settlers Ti tr - .eSSoy-w Immigration Agar show that the population of Canada increased dur- j tog 1915, by thaaddltionof 400,000' new settlers from the umiea sve and Europe. Moat of these havs cone ' on farms in provinces or Maniiooa. Saskatchewan and AiDena. Lord WOllain Farcy, aa Bnfttsh Kottemafi. j ays: m.. -ihniiio .ikI eeMittnnkiaa offered i hm IK riMmAimn Wool are M InflniMty I freeter than thoM which exist in Bnaland. It... ahem. Is think that DOOPU should bo Impede from oe-lnS country where thy caa moot eaauy and certain! Improve tbetr poattaa. . New dtotrloU art beta opened BP. which w01 malia aoeessable i ii Mnibar of homesteads In tas especially adapted to mixed turn-1 ' - oiwt naln tojsln. 1 ' For Illustrated literature end J reduoed railway raiat. "vv w supt. of immigration, vuaww, Canada, or 10 - QIO.A.HALL laa oood Strtef MNwaukeot wio. -1 Woi Distinction! In Three Wart. Gen. John B. 8Todd, a soldier of three war and governor of Dakota territory, waa born one hundred yeara ago in Lexington, Ky. In hia youth he removed with hla parenta to llllnola. He graduated from West Point in 1837 and for five yeara thereafter waa ac tively engaged in the Florida war. During the war with Mexico he distin guished himself in the siege of Vera Cruz and at the battle of Cerro Gordo. Subsequently he took part in the Sioux expedition in the northwest. JFor a abort period in the early part'crf the Civil, war he commanded a divietonof the Army of the Tennessee. After quitting the army he served as a Da kota delegate in congress and waa governor of the territory from 18C9 to 1871. General Todd died in Yankton in 1872. r 77 Softy. "He remarked to her that men are but clay." , "Bright." "And she asked him If that applied to her." ' "And then?" "He replied that it applied to all. And now his name is mud." "She threw cold water on him, eh?'' Houston Poet. Strange how many invitations to lubricate a man gets when he is on the water wagon. dictionary hat Auto intoxication la Ttvi btfat option of Dr. IwjrtVo Common IIimI Mod) cal Aiiewer i bo In .eery f emily. No wmw why you Hon Id bo without It wboc it will be ooDt f re to you if yoa will remit coot of wrap piny oivl moiUnjr II one eent eUmpe to Dr.R. V. Plots. Buffalo, M. X. BuBAiokw.Y. CONGRATULATION A LA MODE Mollie's Comment on Friend's Engage ment Probably Led to a Les sening of Intimacy. Mollie met Muriel at the matinee one afternoon. They embraced en thusiastically. "Oh. dearie," cried Mollie, "I'm so glad to see you! I have scarcely been able ot wait until I could see you to congratulate you on your engage ment to Harold! Why didn't you give me a hint as to what you expected?" "Why," replied Muriel, "I "Now, don't you dare to fell me," went on Mollie, "that you concealed it from me intentionally!" "Why, I didn't, certainly," said Muriel. "1 really didn't expect it my self quite so soon, dear." ile is such a charming fellow," continued Mollie. "Weren't you Just surprised to death when he proposed to you, dearie?" "Why, I can't say I was," replied Muriel. "Why should I have been?" "Well," replied the dear friend, "everybody else waa." Worse. White Now that your son has grad uated, has he decided where he la going to wcrkf Green Where? He hasn't even de cided when. Judge. ') Uncomfortable. "Is Boozer still on the water wagon?" "No, very restless. Boston Tran script. Smiles Usually show up ''with Post Toattics. -v And why not, when the famou "1088' flavor begins opera- . tions! There! a deal of skill required in cooking and toasting these thin bits of corn so that every one of the millions of crinkly (lakes has the delicious Toasties taste that invites one to call for wore.. Post Toasties come in sealed packages fresh. crisp and appetizing-- Ready to eat witK cream or good milk, and a sprinkling of sugar if you lie. . ' Post' Toasties sold by Grocers. IN FAR JOHTIILAND v Important Events In Sweden, Norway and Denmark. BRIEFS FROM OLD COUNTRY Interesting Items From the Three Great Kingdoms of the North Se lected for Scandinavians and Their Deacendants. By MARTIN W. ODLAND. Sweden. A writer in the Stockholm Afton- blad has aroused wide-spread interest by disclosures as to Russia's Intentions with respect to Sweden and Norway. "What will the Norsemen take for Varanger fjord?" was the question sprung, he says, by the chief of a Rus sian army corps at a banquet of the aristocratic club of Kief at the sum mer palace on the Dnelper. The champagne flowed freely and the brilliant assemblage of Russian noble men was growing hilarious, when the Russian general directed his question at the Swedish guest, Col. Claes Grill, who was then serving fn the Russian army. Other noblemen quickly gatn ered around and directed the conver sation into other channels. This happened aj far back as May 20. 1897, Bays the Swedish writer, who goes on to say that the acquisition of an ice-free harbor by Russia was a common theme of conversation in Rus sian military circles. Such aharbor, It was said, would serve as a pistol in the face of England. Lyngen fjord was' named as suitable, but Tromso seemed to be the favorite objective point. 1 The result of the parliamentary elec tions ought to be known by about the time this appears in print, and the in terest in the outcome is dally growing more intense. The second chamber, which was recently dissolved, has a membership of 230. The number of liberals waa 101. the number of So cialists 64 and the number of con servatives 65. This gave the left party a large "majority In the chamber, but the right had a majority in the first chamber. When both chambers voted together in joint sessions the left had a majority of 76 votes. To obtain a majority on Joint ballot the right party must gain 39 seats and a still greater number to have a majority in the sec ond chamber. The elections to the second chamber hold good for three yeara, but the elections now In prog ress are special and hold good only till next September, when the regular triennial elections are held. It ia considered certain that if the left party triumphs in the special elections, foraier Premier Staaf will again take the reins1 of government; while if the right" party wins,- Dr. Ham merskjold will doubtless continue aa prime minister. - , O. A. Raab, the well-known cham pion of popular Insurance, died at a hospital in Copenhagen, aged seventy yeara. He became an officer in the life guards in 1867 and waa promoted to a captaincy, which he held for 30 years. N. Nilsson, one of the leading cloth ing merchants of Stockholm, com mitted suicide on account of unfor tunate speculation and the embezzle ment of over 90,000 crowns by bis cashier. It is eah? that Nilsson lost over half a million crowns in his spec ulations. Two clothing houses In which he was heavily interested, were compelled to close their doors. The defaulting cashier, a girl, stole the money to help her fiancee. The illness of King Gustaf, to which reference was made recently, became so serious that his medical advisers' Ceemed it best to resort to an opera tion. They believed that he waa Buf fering from ulcerations of the stom ach, and when the operation was per formed it was found that this diago sls waa correct. Hla majesty, who has been suffering intermittently since last October, expressed a deslro to have the operation performed as soon as possible, and he went on the sur geon's table April 9th. Prof. John WI1 helm Berg and Prof. Jules Heribert Akermann performed the operation, which lasted one hour and fifteen min utes. The king stood the ordeal well and It is hoped that he will have fully recovered within a few months. The ulcer waa more or less superficial and was located on the lower left side of the stomach. It showed no signs of being malignant Immediately after the operation the following official bul letin waa Issued: "The. king slept sevoral hours and then experienced the usual discomforts following an operation. Hla tempera ture la 99.9, and hla condition la as satisfactory aa possible." A Hard FalL . "What Isthe matter, my poor man, with your head that it Is all bandaged up? Did you have a fall?" "Yea, lady, and It wus a orfnl bad fall, too." "How did you fall, poor fellow?" "I fell off the water wagon, m." The Time. . "Don't you think it Is time for the onen-door policy in all public mat te ra?" , v. - '. '( "Well. It soon will be unless we have another late cold speU." - , Denmark. A Copenhagen correspondent gives the following information In regard to the new transatlantic Poulsen wire less system, to which reference waa made last week: ' The. Canadian and Irish stations will maintain communication over a dis tance of 2,000 miles. . These' stations expect to handle from 100 to ISO words a minute across the Atlantic, and under atreaa the in ventor declares that 300 words a min ute is not beyond their capacity. In the fight for a share of the wireless traffic across the Atlantic the Poulsen Bystem will reduce the price to 5 cents a. word. In America the Poulsen system is In Use between San Francisco and Hono lulu, and tho American government Is now building a big station at Colon which will use this system. If the pres ent traffic cannot be handled by the Irish and Canadian stations new line will be opened to New York, with re lay stations In Denmark and Green land. . . Dr. Poulsen is now experimenting with the wireless telephone and has obtained favorable results over a dis tance of 300 miles. A Copenhagen dispatch says that American visitors to Denmark next summer may have an opportunity while here of seeing three of the most distinguished rulers of Europe. King George of England and President Poincare of Paris are expected here in the summer to return the visits which the Danish royal family will pay to their respective countries in May, and a visit from Emperor William of Germany may also be expected In re turn for the trip which the Danish king and queen made last year to Ber lin. Norway. It is reported from Christlania that the southernmost church in tho world was dedicated Christmas day in Grytvl ken, South Georgia, the island group in the Antarctic ocean, acoording to a report received here from Husvlk harbor. Rev. Lochen, the pastor sent to. the islands from Norway, dedicated the church and preached a stirring 8ermou. About 25 whaling boats were lying in the harbor at the time, so that the service waa attended by a largo number ot people. Following the dedi cation a child, a little girl, waa bap tized and she was entered In both the church and official records of the Island at No. 1. Six whaling masters stood sponsors at the christening. The new church waa built by private subscriptions among the Norwegian whalers of the Southern ocean, and a large part of the material used In con struction was transported from Nor way. The northernmost and southernmost churches of the world now belong to the Norwegiana. .. - The so-called Mindegare campaign will close June 7, 1914, and the gift will be presented to the government of Norway at Christlania on the next Fourth of July. At this writing the fund contains tome Over $40,000, but It is expected that this will be materially increased during the next six weeks i ne Mindegave committee have asked the pastors of the Norwegian churches of America to take up collections for the benefit ortheMlndegave on May 17th, and thlsf request will be general ly complied with In addition fo the Mindegave, large Bums will be prf sented to the people of Norway In the form of gifta to various parishes or "bygde." Indeed, these gifts will be much greater In the aggregate than the general Mindegave, as most Nor wegian-Amerlcans have been more In cllned to subscribe funds for their na tive parish than for the rather vague and indefinite Mindegave. William Archer, the foremost dra- matlc critic of England, who trans lated the dramas of Henrlk Ibsen Into English and did more to make the great Norwegian known to English readers than any other person, has published a review of Sigurd Ibsen's new drama, "Robert Frank." Mr Archer says that Sigurd Ibsen has dramatic genius of a high order and pronounces the publication of his play a real literary event He calls atten tion to the fact that the author has studiously avoided the dramatic forms of his great father and demonstrates his originality in more ways than one, The Norwegians of Canada will be represented at the centennial exposi tion with an interesting exhibit the most important Item of which will be the so-called Yarmouth stone. This stone bears un inscription which haa been deciphered to read: "Here Harku spoke to his men." The Inscription is believed to have been cut by Harku, one of the companions of Torflnn Karlaefne, who in the aprlng of 1007 left Greenland with an expedition of two ahlps and 140 men in search of Vlnland. This expedition arrived on the American coast and remained there three yeara, returning to Green land In 1010. Captain Fllchncr, the well-known German polar explorer, will accom pany Roald Amundsen on his North pole expedition, according to p'recent plans. Captain Filchner oommaJrded the German Antarctic cxpedltiou of 1911-13 and'has taken part In expedi tions to Spitsbergen and Thibet New, But She Knew. . Customer (In big store) Where is rour complaint department?' ) New Salesgirl Complaint ?, The patent medicine counter n threeTdrtae to the right, lady. . . 7 WHAT ANGERED MRS. WILBUR Mabel's Comment Taken Entirely Too 8erlously.and Friendship Waa Rudely Jarred. "That Mrs. Wilbur la so angry she won't apeak to me," confided Mabel to Ethel. ' Really! exclaimed Ethel. "And what is she angry about?" . "I haven't the slightest idea,", said Mabel "We met a couple of days ago, and we were talking as friendly as possible, when suddenly she flared up and she hasn't noticed me si nee." "What were you talking about?" Inquired Ethel. - "Why, nothing in particular," lex- plained Mabel. "Just the ordinary small talk. I remember she said, I always kiss my husband three or four times every day.' " And what did you say?" asked Ethel, In an effort to get at the root of the trouble. Why, I said," replied the other, " I know at least a dozen girls who do the same,' and then she nearly had a fit. RED. ROUGH HANDS MADE SOFT AND WHITE For red, rough, chapped and bleed ing hands, dry, fissured, itching, burn Ing palms, and painful finger-ends. with shapeless nails, a ono-nlght Cutl- cura treatment works wonders. Di rections: Soak the hands, on retir ing, in hot water and Cuticura Soap. Dry, anoint with Cuticura Ointment, and wear soft bandages or old, loose gloves during the night These pure, sweet and gentle emollients preserve the hands, prevent redness, roughness and chapping, and impart In a single night that velvety softness and white ness so much desired by women. For those whose occupations tend to in jure the bands, Cuticura Soap and Cu ticura Ointment are wonderful. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout tho world. Sample of each free.wlth 32-p. Skin Book. Address poBt card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. Forehanded. I v.-ant three afternoons off a week, and a fine letter of recommendation, and " "But we'll let the letter of recom mendation wait until you leave, I " Nope, I get the letter now. I've tried' gettln' them when I leave and I've never been able to get a good one yet". Important to Mother - Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Bears the srf . Signature of CaCtvTSSSS In Uae For Over SO Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoris A Last Resort Jinks Would you marry for money? Binkjl Not until I've exhausted every reasonable means of getting it Suspicion is not worse than certain ty to the one who is suspected. Is it possible there is a woman in this country whp con tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound a trial after all tne evidence -that is con tinually being published, which proves beyond contradic tion that this grand old medicine has relieved more suffer ing among women than any other one medicine in the world? We have published in the newspapers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub lished in the interest of any other medicine for women and every year we publish many new testimonials, all gen uine and true.' Here are three never before published: From Mrs. S. T. Richmond, Providence, R. I. Providincx, It L M For the benefit of women who Buffer as I have done I wish to state what Lydia fi. llnkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me. I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said it caused a displacement. I have always been Weak and I overworked " after my laby was born and inflammation set in, then nervous pron tration, from which I did not recover until I had taken Lydia K. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. The Compound Is my best friend and when I hear of a woman with troubles like mine I try to induce her to taite your medkinc.'' Mrs. S. T. Richmond, 190 Waldo St reef, lroviuence. IL L . , . - A Minister's Wife Writes: Cxoqttet, Juikiv. "I have Buttered rery much with lrregu!arlnes pain and inflammation, but your wonderful medicine, Lydia . llnk lKun's Vegetable Compound, has made me well and I can recommend the same to all that are troubled with these com plaints." Mrs. Jcx . mi AxE&XAir, co Itov. K. Akekmax, Cloquct, Ailnnesota. From Mrs. J. D. Murdoch, Quincy, Mass. Botrra Qcikct, Mass.- The doctor said that I had organic trouble and he doctored .me for a long time and I dkl not get any relief. I saw j-yuia nnKoaro? vegetanie uranpnuiMi ad vertised and I tried it and found relief before I had finished the first bottle I continued taking it all through middle life and am now a strong, healthy . woman end earn myown living. Mr. J.xc U. Murdoch, 25 Gordon SL, South Qr.incy, Mass. I- "Wrlt to ITTI1 F-PIKin AM HEDlClXE CO. (l5l'IIEXTIAt)LYNX,AS.S..foradic. Your letter will be opened, real nml nnnwerod by a woman and held In strict confidence. i Wise Gazabo. She How' old would you say I was) He About six years less than 1 thought Boston Transcript . Dr. Pierce's Pleaxant Pelleta rvgulnte and invigorate stomach, liver and bowel Bugar-coated. tiny granule. Eaay to tak as candy. Adv. " The less amiable a woman Is the handsomer she thinks she needs to be. Putnam Fadeless Dyes are the eas iest to use. Adv. The man who cannot obey ought not command. TORTURING TWINGES Muchab-eallod rheumatism is caused by weakened kidneys. When the kid neys fail to clear the blood of uric acid, the acid forma into crystals like bits of broken glass in the musclea, Joints and on the nerve casings. Torturing paioa dart through the affected part whenever it is moved. By curing the kidneys, Doan'a Kidney Pills nave eased thousands of rheumatic caaea, lumbago, sciatica, gravel, neuralgia and urinary disorders. AN INDIANA CASE It C Walker, til Grand Ae., Con nerarllle, Ind., says: "For tea years I bad muacnlar rheu matism. I waa laid vp In bed and couldn't nova a limb. Plaatera and hot application! tmyrVtot failed. Tho flrat bos of Doan'a Kidney I'llla helped me and1 two mora bosea per manently cured me." Cat Doan'a al Any Store). E0 a Boa DOAN'S V.ViV FOSTER-MILBURN CO, BUFFALO, N.Y. Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief Permanent Curo CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never fail. I'urely veeeta- ble act surely IP ADTFRfN but gently on the liver. Stop after dinner dis- indigestions,. improve the complexion, brighten the eyes. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL TRICS. Genuine must bear Signature FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS erlto for (Hit curru aouiio iicl n tbeee dleoje mud wunneari'L orfcita ffrctrd by THCNEW FRENCH REMEDY No.1tto2No3 THERAPION yoir;;. theremedj or iwtciwi aliment. Abeolutelj FREE. No folio ep' etmlaio. Ho obll.otlono. Hi. Uane Has. Co.. HTmoTx Rn.. Uarinin, London, few, wa want to. raota maa-trioa wiu. cuaa too. mm W. N. Un MILWAUKEE, NO. 17-1914.