Montana Sunlight (Whitehall, Mont.) 1902-1911, April 08, 1910, Image 3

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Good Work In Denmark. Under legislation enacted in 1905 the Danish government pays three - fourths of the expenses of all poor persons who desire to be treated in tuberculosis sanatoria. When the ho. - pleats under construction are com - pleted Denmark will have one bed in . tuberculosis hospitals or sanatoria for - every 1,200 inhabitants, a fact which . 1 ,1111 mean thin the length of treat - ?meat can be considerably extended. 'In the United States there is one bed for every 4,500 inhabitants. AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydiaE.Pinicham'sVegeta- ble Compound Cured tier ' Knoxville, Iowa. - \I suffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more and was so weak and ner- vous that I Could not do my work. I wrote to Mrs. Pink. ham and took Lydia E. Bukhara's Vege- table Compound and Liver Pills, d am glad to your medicines an kind letters of di- rections have done more for me than anything else and I bad the best physi- cians here. I can do my work and rest well at night. I believe there is noth- lug like the PinkhaM remedies.\ - Mrs. CLARA FRANKS, R. F. D., No.11, Knoxville, Iowa. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflam- mation, ulceration. fibroid tureens, ir- regularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing -down feeling, flatulency, indi- gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra- tion. For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedy for female ills, and suffering women owe it to themselves to at least give this medicine a trial Proof is abundant that it has cured thousands of others, and why should it not curt) yon? If you want special advice Irrite rs.Pinkham.LYnn,Mana4Or It. Mrs. la tree and Always helpful. 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Your Lint. nest is the best that I have ever used. I had a mare with an abscess on her neck and one toe. bottle of Sloan's Liniment entirely cured her. I keep it around all the time for galls and small swellings and for everything about the stock.\ Sloan's Liniment will kill a spavin, curb or splint, re- duce wind puffs and swollen joints, and is a sure and speedy remedy for fistula, Sweeney, founder and thrush. Price 60o. and 81.00 hilioeurk ke.k eta 5101r0.114 nettle, sheep and Fon! try ••at frke. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boehm, lass., U. S. A. COPPER Plait Cured Right at Home by ELECT 30P01123. Nee Illectrit Treane.t.. Gelruale leeoles -ringer MA 001 . ---1•0•13 100‘0 0.... I n vi corm./ eetim bed, 11 1.•. become '11. elm.\ Paingye cu. Ire it eiromw...n. Newmark. likekache. hide. sad Limy complaint. Prim midy $a 00. Your mono, returned 11 out melawber. Geometers signed eith ye. rale. Piece -nom.\ an Mailable. 11 n. el re. De/trier, mmt .. 0.00. Irak ebether tor man or *meas. watrzaw IRLECTROPODE CO. us Los Awoke Si,, Leo Aeselee„ 0.1. $5,000,000 WINNER Record in Card Game Held by Young Englishman. With Little Knowledge of Cards He Wins Title to Mining eroperty in Australia That Made Him Rich. New York. -Five million dollars is the largest sum ever won in a card game at a single sitting, and the story of the vast winning carries the listener to a lonely hut in a rugged section of Australia, according to the chronicles of Ralph Nevill, the eenglish historian of gambling, gaming, gamesters and the turf, says the New York Tele- graph. The story is related as an in- stance of the whims of fortune, which in certain rare instances seems to de- light in showering her gifts upon come one who is not a gambler. A young Englishman, who had gone to Australia with a slender capital, was !standing at the door of hie hut just as night was falling. when two mea t who looked much like tramps ap- proached. The Englishman accorded them such nospitality as els scant lar- der afforded, and then prepared to put them up for the night. Pipes were et after dinner, cad -when conversation waned one, of the strangers drew ow* coded Slack *VP` of cards. Although the young host knew little of gaming, he finally consented, after much persuasion, to play tor small .kes; but he stipulated that as soon as any of the three chanced to lose such money as they bad in their pock- ets the play should cease. The game progressed for a time with varying for- tune, but luck eventually wen* the way of the nost and the pockets of his guests were emptied of their modest sums. The losers were arilous to con- tinue, promosing to remit their losing upon arrival at the nearest town, but the Eugenie:tutu insipteas that the agreement be Kept - • ' We agreed to play for ready money: your losses are trifling. Let's turn in and go to bed,\ be said. The losers continued to insist, but their entreaties fell on deaf ears. Sud- denly one of them said: \Bill where's that bit of paper we got up the country. Perhaps he'll play us for that.\ A soiled document was produced. It appeared to be the title of several plots of land up country. The holders apparently attached little Leek Went to the Host value to it, but the host agreed that It should be allowed to represent £10. When the game Wits resumed luck con- tinued with the host and the document soon passed into his possession. Then the trio retired for the night, and early the next day the strangers went their way. first having left an address, sr that any question concerning the title could be referred to them. .1 week passed and the Englishman had forgotten about his slip of pa- per, which he had sent with some other securities to the nearest bank. He was standing In front of his hut about the same hour of the day, when a mounted stranger appeared, and, saying he had come a long way, begged shelter and food. Though roughly dressed the stranger was evidently possessed of money. He announced himself as desirous of purchasing plots of land, and said he was prepared to pay liberally. He pressed his host to tell him if he knew any lots for sale, and finally elicited from him the story ot the scrap of paper. The story seemed vastly to amuse the stranger, and before he left he had offered $250 for it. Ten days later the visitor returned, ennounoing that ' he had developed a veritable craze. for . the posse/int/3n of t4e .paper. Ile aiePlaeed £200 in mei' and tendered it. It ditivned upon the young Engilah man • about this time that the paper really was valuable, and he told his visitor that It was not for sale. Investigation proved that the docu meat was a clear title to a property which held one of the richest mines in 1111 Australia, and before he was through with lilt had netted the man who had won the paper from the two wayfarers In the hut a sum very close to e5,000,000. The Englishman, who Is still alive. later provided handsome- ly for the men from whom he had won. He learned later that the well -to -dc stranger who took such an 'Interest in him was a speculator in mines, who, In one way or another, had learned that the property represented by the paper was highly valuable, but even he did not estimate the tremendous sum eventually realized by the man who would have been termed in most sporting circles as more or less of a \piker\ at card games. Sport Called Cruelty. A curious objection has been raised by some anti -cruelty people against Londoners playing with Mexican lumping beans on a warm plate. It seems they draw a ring around the beans, and the owner of the first bean to jump Out of the circle wins the money. Now, inside of each bean is maggot, and the Idea of making . these helpless creatures hop and jump off It warm plate is a form of cruelty, and nothing warmer than the natural warmth of the hand shoeldelX per witted, say these kindly people. News of Montana WILL BUILD leitillWAYS Trunk Lines Propesed by Billings North and lotith, East and West. Billings. -Two ere& trunk lines of improved highways, extending across Montana, one from east to west, the other from north to south, and cost- ing approximately 44,600,000, are be- lieved by Billings business men to be not only vastly important, but entire- ly feasible and practical propositions, and to the end that they be construct- ed the Chamber of Commerce will labor assiduously from this time on until the meeting tie the good roads convention in June. \Montana is sadly in need of im- proved roads,\ said P. B. Moss, at a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, \and nothing, will be of greater bene- fit to 'the commonwealth than their construction ha every part of it. \The distance from Wendel° to Mis- soula is approximately 600 miles, and consider fur a moment what a contin- uous highway, one that Is built to a high degree of perfection, would mean. Automobillets and tourists of every description would be attracted to this section of the northwest, and aside from the untold practical beneflt to the citizens themselves, the advertis- ing the state would receive on account of Its good roads can scarcely be over- estimated. • settle* reed - leeeit•ittge - should be built from Havre to Dillon, with lateral roads, also as well built, ratti• sting from the main arteries wherever needed.\ Local men are enthusiastic over the proposition, and every effort will be tana of its vital Importance. COPPER MERGER 1111 ASSURED. Capitalization Raised and Distribution of Shares Authorized, Anaconda. -At a special meeting ieee -Uptestoektueldess of the Anaconda Copper Mining company, It was decid- ed to increase the capitalization of the company from 1,200,000 shares, having a par value of $25 each to 6,000,000 shares of the same par value. The board of directors of the com- pany was authorized and directed to offer to the following companies the feektettsg respective amounts of the capital stock of the Anaconda Mining company in exchange for all the prop- erties and assets of every kind owned or possessed by such corporations To the Boston and Montana Consoli- dated Copper and Silver Mining com- pany, 1,200,000 shares Red Metal Mining company, 550,000 shares. Washoe Copper company, 380,000 shares. Butts and Boston Consolidated Min- ing company, 300,000 shares Big Black Foot Lumber Company, 300.000 shares. Trenton Mining and Development company, 120,000 shares. Diamond Coal and Coke Company. 100,000 shares. Parrott Silver and Copper company, 20,000 shares. Alice Gold and Silver Mining com- pany, 30,000. The foregoing. If carried out and ac- cepted by the different companies in- tervened, will make • total imue of 4,209,000 shares out of • total author- ized capital of 6,000,40 shares of the company. METEOR FALLS; JARS MONTANA, Electrical Disturbance Extinguishes Lights In Three Towns. Missoula - The sudden flashing of a brilliant meteor, having the appear- ance of a great ball of fire shooting through the sky, spread panic over Western Montana. That it dashed into the earth somewhere above Ravaill on the f Flathead reservation was the Con- clusion drawn front the distinct jar felt throughout this section of the country. The electrical disturbance extinguished all lights in Dixon, Arlee and Perma. The Indians who witnessed the spec- tacle and felt the quake are In a state of terror. So brilliant was the meteor, that an engineer on the Norte • I Pa- cific who Wks running out 01 arlee, threw on the airbrakes and stopped his train, believing that he had missed a block signal or that there was an- other train with electric headlight on ahead. Directs Funeral; Drinks Acid. Great Falls --Piling all effects in • neat heap on the bed and writing a note to a friend, directing the details ,of his interment, Peter Weiss, smelter - man, 60 years old, swallowed carbolic acid. He was found dead on the floor beside his couch. Taft Honors a Montana Man, Washington, D. C - Nominations sent by President Taft to the senate' include those of Walter B. Hill, of Billings, Mont., to be Indian Inspector and irrigation engineer. FORGERY FOLLOWS THEFT. Man Searching For kilning Properties Arrested On Suspicion. Butte. -J. B. Merton, an alleged rep- resentative of Eastern capitalists in search . of mining . properties, was tak- en into custody upon suspicion of be. ingji forger, following the appearance of a score of forged checks at the bank. The forgeries follow the theft of stamps from the Butte Cab k Trans. fer Company, all the checks bearing that company's stamps. Strike Blight. New York Harbor, New York, April 1 -New York har• borir getivIty was considerably dimi- nished in volume today. At mrdnight last night a strike of the pilots and masters of towboats of four railroads was declared and today the boats of companies Involved were gothe out of commission. Several hundred men are affected, There are fears that quantities of valuable perishable freight will be tied up and reports were prevalent that the strike might spread to other classes of employes in the harbor ser- vice. WRANGLE OR AN HOUR •- BALLINGER - PINCHOT PROBERS IN LIVELY CONTROVERSY. Nelson Mallets Accusae on end' erad•is Demands That it be Retracted and Stricken From Records. _ Washington, April I. -The taking of testimony before the Ballinger-Pinchot Investigating committee was Interrupt- ed today by the most serioue clash among the senators and representa- tives that has yet marked the proceed- ings. Chairman Nelson accused At- torney Brandeis of concealing certain facts and brought from the latter the demand that the remarks be striken from the record, together with the in- timation that if the chairman followed proceedings more closely 'he would see where his remarks were unjust. Some of the democratic members of the committee moved to direct the chairman to withdraw his rents:knead It was this motion that brought on a quarrel which lasted for nearly one hour Senator Nelson•refused to withdraw his statement. A Motion to lay the whole matter on the table was finally adopted by a vote of 6 to k'the demo- crats den - leading roll call, Elmer E. Todd, the United State' district attorney -,at Seattle, Wash., was the flrit witness at the morning session, testifying in behalf of Ballin- ger. Todd contradicts a number of rUd.a 44, M& Ones as to effort, to secure criminal proceedings In the Alaska coal fraud asses. • As the hearing progresses the Indies Dons multiply that the congressional committee is so serousiy spilt along party lines that unanimous report Is beyond the bounds of possibility. The democratic members have gone so far as to notify their republican colleagues that the democrats will participate in the executive sessions of the commit- tee but only upon the understanding that the democrats shall be free to an- nounce coA duing ai t i h rig ep a u s s bIle lnge votes and contentions that take place during the private sittings. T m m e nc et t the 300,000 Men Quit Work Until Agree- ment is Reached. Indianapolis, Ind., April 1. -Celebrat- ing today, the anniversary of the in- stitution of the eight hour day in the mines of the country, 300,000 bitumin- ous coal miners faced an enforced holi- day of far greater duration. In many states the miners' two years wage con- tract with the mine operators expired leagenegbi aad the 1211460,11 VAC the .oeel pita demanding that their new con- tract must provide for a wage increase of 5.56 per cent a ton on sifted coal and equivalent increase on \run -of -mine\ coal. Conferences between the miners' or- ganisations in several districts and the operators' associations have been ar- rangeu. The adjuitment of the dial - may be a Question of wmik• or days. 'n the Brain block coal, district of Irellaha there will not be a suspension of work for the operators last -evening conceded the higher wage demand of the miners. Kansas City, Mo., April 1. -Although the whistles at the coal mines of the southwestern Interstate fields, includ- Ins Missouri, Kanas., Oklahoma atil Arkansas blew as usual this morn- ing, practically none of the 35,000 men responded to the call. St. Louie Mo.. April I. -With all mines in Illinois shut down because cf the expiration last night of th• wage contract. the miners today celebrated the anniversary of the eight -hour -day. The biggest celebration was held at Belleville. Ill. Danville. III., April I. -Suspension of work in the coal mines already Imo had its effect on the railroads in this ter- ritory. The Chicago & Eastern Illi- nois railroad laid off twenty-flve freight train crewe. The Chicago, Indiana & Southern, ten crews and the Big Four ten crews. As the strike continues more train crews will be withdrawn. 'the companies announce. Pittsburg Probe Near End. - Pittsburg, Pa., April 1. -With the confessions of Wm. Brand and Charles Stewart and the evidence of P. B. Kearns before it, all of whom are former councilmen and with. Hugh Ferguson, also a former city father seeking the district attorney to make a statement it was expected that the grand jury investigating the munici- pal corruption, which resumed its nessiona_todae Wield _return a final presentment within twenty-four hours revealing the remainedr of the graft story. Meets Death by Kick. Bismarck. N. D., April 1. -The 10 - year -old eon of H. A. Ludwig of Ash- ley was Instantly killed yesterday af- ternoon. He was playing with a colt when the mother of the animal became eoragect and kicked the boy on the head. His skull was fractured, a long gash ell1 over his eye, and his brains scattered over the grouted. Compan- ions with the Ludwig boy were alma) kicked, but escaped With minor injur- ies. Work for Agreement. Indianapolis, Ind., April 2'. -The, op• eratone and miners in the bituminous coal fields of the United States began renewed efforts today. to agree on a new two-year wage contract that will bring a resumption of work In the mines. EXCELLENT TRADE IN WESTERN CANADA aot.IINniD CROPS,,, BIG PRICES, ARO PROSPEROUS OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE. Throughout all of Canada, and espe- cially in the Western Provinces of Canada, there is a buoyancy in every line of business that is fully war- ranted by every condition. The crops of the past year were what was ex- pected. and the prices for grain of all kinds, put the farmers in a class by themselves. Many of them are lode pendent, and many others have got well started on the road. The latest reports are that seeding is well tinder way in almost every district, and the prospects are that a vastly larger area than that under crop last year will be seeded early this spring. In the Lethbridge district, in Southern Al- berta, steam and gasoline outfits, hun- dreds of them, are breaking up the prairie at a tremendous pace, but they work night and day. As soon us it becomes dark, gangs are changed, a bead light attached, and on, on , through the night until the first' streak of dawn, these giant monsters with their seven or eight gangs of breaking plows, keep up the work. Then the more modest farmer is put - tins in the longest hours possible with his teams of horses or oxen. And -Whirit-WRIAtte•diwasiti~ergn-Its gust, when these fields have become yellowed with the literally golden grain. There will be one vast ex- panse of wheat field. And there will be a market for it, because it is the best grain grown, and the demand will be everywhere. As previously in- timated business throughout Western Canada is sound and good. The grain production of 1909 has been the great factor in establishing the reputation of Western Canada, and It is worth talking about. It surpassed all previ- ous records, both in regard to quality and Quantity, and Huck an achieve. meat was by no means easy. The limit ha* net been reached, and a large average increase may be ex peeled during the trent ten Years. There will be odd seasons when a falling -off will occur, and it is the fall- ing -off that causes alarms and panics In the commercial world. The plains have done their duty so far in the out -gut of grain and it would be.rea• *enable to make occasional allowances for slowing -up. The faster the rate of increase is now, Up sharper will be the check when the production dimin- ishes. But there are some unreason - &Ole people who wonder why the growth of one year is not continued during the next, and at an even faster rate. These sanie unreasonable peo- ple are the ones who see flaws in the situatioe as soon as an indication is given that the startling advances have not been maintained. Rate Fight Noon End. Washington. April 1. -The biggest freight rate tight since the passage of .the Hepburn rats bill entered the final stages today when the government Med in the supreme court of the Unit- ed States a brief in the so-called Missouri river rate cases. The con -is tees involves the interests of all manufacturers, jobbers. merceants and 'railroads from the Atlantic seaboard to the Rocky mountains. Among the sates Which ..letve attracted the most attenron are those covering mass rates on through' shipments' originating at the Atlantic seaboard points and deattned - to Mtnroutt - river cities, - Prominent Educator Dead. ',3oston. April 2. -Announcement was made today of the Sudden death of Dr Borden Parker Browne, professor of philosphy and dean of the graduates, school of arts and sciences, Breton uni- versity, at his home in Brookline last night. Howe Agree\ to Amendments. V‘ aseingtini. April 2. -The senate amendment to the bill Be amend the employer's liability were argreed to by the house today. The measure win at once be ..engrossed and sent to the president for his signature A Terrible Risk. Typhoid had broken out In their neighborhood and the family resorted to travel as the best means of precau- tion wail the trouble should subside. They arrived at Quebec by the morning boat, intendleg to take It to -Montreal in the evening, but the sight- seers got tired and returned early in the afternoon to find the top of the smokestack on a level with the dock, the tide having dropped 18 feet. - Mamma,\ cried the little girl, \did God drink up all that water\ \Yes my child \ 'Then hadn't we better tell him it wasn't boiled?\ Wrong View of Marriage. \There would be less divorce,\ said ex -Gov. Pennypacker. \If there were fewer men like William Windle. \William Windie embarked on an ex. cursidn steamer for Point Breeze, and • few miles out, as he paced the upper deck and drank in the bracing ozone, he spied his friend Jackson. \'Why Jackson, how are ye\ he ex- claimed. 'Are ye out for pleasure, or is yer wife along?'\ Vindictive Cu.., \Ugh!\ spluttered Mr. Jones. \That nut had a worm In it\ \Here urged a friend, offering him a glass of water, \drink this and wash It down.\ growled Jones. \Why should!? Let him walk !\- - Everybody's. Red, Week, Weary, watery rye , . Relieved liy Marine Eye Remedy. Try biotin« Fot Your Eye Troubles. You Will 1..lke Muting. It Soothes. 50e at Your Druggists Write For Eye Books. Wee. Marine Eye Remedy Co.. Chicago. Another Investigation. Roble Maiden-ls kissing proper? Encino\ Youth -We might . investi- gate. Two beads are better than one. -Stanford Cbapparal. Takers of the United States Census will use Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen because It is always- ready and sure. There are lots of people who can't take a joke, and a good many times it isn't through any fault of their own. Davis' TAIIIK111.1.Y.13 should be taken ell boot delay when pore chest and tickling throat carp you that an annoyine mid threaten. 51 .11 d reggl Mil In 2rir .0, and 50e With. It's easier to break away than it is to get back. IC 77 ' • eee GLADNESS 6.; \ k COMES 'OF C5N WA! , 4 •• With a better understanding of the transient nature of the many physi- cal ills which vanish before proper efforts -gentle efforts -pleasant efforts -rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge that so many forms of illness are not due to any actual disease, but simply to a consti- pated condition of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, promptly removes. That is why iii. the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed SO highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact that it is the only remedy which promotes internal cleanliness, without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is, therefore, all-im- portant, in order to get its beneficial effects,- to purchase and note that you have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. . It is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleanses the, system effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and assists in overcoming habitual constipa- tion permanently, also biliousness and the many ills resulting therefrom. The great trouble with all other purgatives and aperients is not that they fail to act when a single dose is taken, but that they act too violently and invariably tend to produce a habit of body requiring constantly augmented des's. Children enjoy the pleasant taste and gentle 'action of Syrup of 1 1 20 - 11,zid' Wiink:a„ The ladies„.. delight/at and beneficial whenever a laxative remedy is needed, and business men pronounce it invaluable, as it may be taken without interfering with business and does not gripe nor nauseate. When 'buying note the name. California Fig Syrup Co. printed on the front Of every paekage. Price. 50 cents a bottle. 4 1 1 'Bakes -Roasts -Broils -Toasts B AKES bread, pie and. cake - bakes them perfectly •Il through, and breams them appetisingly. ROASTS beef, - poultry and game with • steady beat, which pre- serves the rich natural flavor. B ROILS meek, and chops -makes them tender and inviting. TOASTS bread, muffins, crack. ens and cheese. No drudgery of coal and ashes; no stooping to get at the oven; no smoke, no dust, no odor -just good cooking with greater fuel economy. Irons and water in wash - boiler always hot. The New Per ection Oil Cook -stove has a Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping plates and food hot. Drop shelves for the coffee pot or saucepans, and nickeled towel racks. It has long turquoise -blue enamel chimneys. The nickel finish, with the bright blue of the chimneys, makes the stove very attrac- tive and invites cleanliness. Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; the 2 and 3 -burner stoves can be had with or without Cabinet. CAUTIONARY NOTE : Be sere yen it this elevie-see that the meme-ehne reels riMPUTM.\ livery dealer everywhere if not at yours wrIt• for Deecriptly• Circular to the nearest agency of the Continental Oil Company (Iseeeperelled) 4/te CRLT DISTEMPER , o tre tv: the tome , of le toed. Ark She blood arts. 01.. by 1/11/7 sell gh 1,14u r• oil forms ' .7f dlekinsper. Peel 41:eide rniie Leh, for ihiallE r l7= plarietsetereni. rut ebeee to poultle• St r lee Hook iet sic,. IMINIF Wag. 1..1 &gaol. ...Md. bona reread, in ailinaiwur-teid re yearn •• seoHN migmAL Op.. Cb.artessa Dersrortirs. 0081M11 0 Mar IL As •. Silence. Very few men know hes to keep still. The Italians have a proverb, \Hear see and say nothing, If you wish to live In peace.\ The man who is bent on telling all he knows, gen- orally ends in telling a good deal more than he knows. The tongue Is harder to bridle than the wildest horse that ever roamed the prairie. The Gen mans say truly that talking comes by nature, while silence comes of the un- derstanding. Absolute Equality. , The Woman -The tax Mike is one which I simply love to go to. The Man--- Very few people do. Why do you like it? The Woman -Because it is absolute- ly the only place where no discrimina- tion is made against me because I am a woman. They let me , there pay just as much as if I were a man. Progress. - KnIcker-Now we have children taught how to play. liocker-Fine, next we shall have animal trainers to show lambs bow to gambol. . No Funds. \Wasn't that a runaway marriage?\ \Yes and a stay-at-home honey- moon.\ It's difficult to arouse a man's en- thusiasm by showing. him photo- graph of himself when a baby. Patriotism The stomsch Is e larger factor in \life liberty and the pur- suit of happiness\ th•n most people are aware. Patriotism can withstsnd hunger but not dyspepsia. The confirmed dys- peptic \ is fit for treason, stratsgenis and spoils.\ The man who goes to the front for his country with • week stomach will be a weak soldier and a fault finder. A sound stomach makes for good citizensam is well'. be health •nd happiness. Diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition are promptly and permanently cured by the use of Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY. It builds up the body with sound flesh anal solid muscle. The dealer who offers a substitute for the \Discovery\ is only seeking to make the little more profit realized on the sole of less meritorious preparations. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one -cent stamps for the paper covered book, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N, Y. WESTERN CANADA What Governor Minima, of Illhoole. Says About It: lerrireor 11.,,....of 1111 Kok. • re. on of land la lark . et i Laub. •ht . sail au ...lean ..ere•-••••• 1 \b pi.as5ooki seen., to. io'so4pp is eet t i:i not • repraee \n ete rP ti• r P\ • I a \.▪ . ItIalh S. 11.5akilievan or Allearla.” 126 Minim WWI if Wheat im 1$01 Wesress o f . s i erida A1•14 =pt . & '7 127 . 1 21 . er z, Ia. .:.. i .17 / 000 ' MO P.' to ••••\; P ik ow. I at 113.00 en P mere ilea Led Comps al. L . _ lied to r 2 at roareneiii • tri 'P illar ftrin. , see have paid foe mettles; out eerenent moray 1 it• Zit . 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