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CANADA GETS $1,500
TROPHY. ' '
NATIONAL CORN EXPOSITION, AT
COLUMBUS, OHIO, AWARDS
TROPHY FOR PECK OF
OAT8 GROWN IN SAS
KATCHEWAN. Again Canada is to tho fore, and has
ecured at tho National Corn Exposi
tion Just closed at Columbus, Ohio, the
magnificent Colorado silver trophy val
ued at $1,500, for tho best peck of oats
These oats were grown by MeBBrB. Hill
& Son, of Lloydmlnster, Saskatchewan,
and, as may readily bo understood,
wero of splendid quality to have boon
o successful in a contest open to the
world, and In which competition was
keen. At tho stuno Exposition tliero
wero exhibits of wheat nnd barley, nnd
in nil thoso competitions, the grain
shown by Canada secured a wonderful
amount of nttentlon, nnd also a num
ber of awards. During recent exhibi
tions at which grain from Western
Canada wns given permission for en
try, It alwnys took first placo. At tho
Spokano Interstate Fair, IaBt fall,
whero tho entries were vory large, nnd
tho competition keen, the Provluco of
Alberta carried oft tho silver cup, giv
en by Governor Hay, for tho best stato
or province dlsplny, and a scoro of
prizes was awarded Canndlan exhibi
tors for different exhibits of wheat,
oats and barley threshed and In the
sheaf. Vegetables also received high
awards. A pleasing fenturo of theso
exhibits was they wero moBtly made
by farmers who had at one tlmo been
Amerlcnn Citizens and wero now farm
ing In Canada. Tho Department of
tho Interior 1b Just In receipt of a mag
nificent diploma given by tho Trl-Stato
Board of Examiners at tho Fair hold in
Cincinnati last fall for agricultural dis
play by Canada.
Tho Surveyor-General of Canada haB
Just completed a map showing that a
largo area of land was surveyed last
year In tho northern portion of Sas
katchewan and Alberta In order to be
ready for tho rush of homesteaders to
that district during tho coming spring
and summer. It 1b understood sur
veys covering sovcrnl hundreds of
thousands of acres will he mado in
addition to theso during tho coming
A return Just Issued by tho Domin
ion Lands Branch shows that 48,257
homestead entries wero mado Inst
year as compared with 37,001 in 1909;
of this 48,257, 14,704 wero mado by
Americans. North Dakota coming first
on the list with 4,810, Minnesota gives
2,528, South Dakota 1,133, Wisconsin
745, Washington 730, Michigan 700,
Iowa G45, whilo other states show less,
but with tho exception of Delaware,
District of Columbia and tho Indlnn
Territory, every Btato and territory
Tho prospects for an nbundnnt crop
In all parts of Western Canadn for
1911 are said to be excellent In tho
districts that required it thero was an
amplo rainfall last autumn, nnd tho
snowfall during tho present winter is
greater than in many previous years.
JJoth are essential factors to tho farm
ers, who look upon tho moisture that
these will produce as being highly
A largo immigration from tho United
States is expected, and tho demand for
1'teraturo and Information from tho va
rious Government Agencies locnted at
different points in tho States is tho
grcntest It has ever been.
Since tho nbovo was written word
has been received that In addition to
honors won at Columbus, Ohio, Cana
da won first and second on wheat and
first and second on oats, as well as
Norman Chorry of Davis, Sasfiatch
ewan, who was In tho reservo for first
on wheat, secured tho award, with G.
H. Hutton of Lncombo, Alberta, sec
ond. J. C. Hill & Sons got first on
oats besides tho silver trophy. G. II.
Hutton took second In oats.
Tho brotherhood of roan does mean
better wnges, but It also means bet
Take Garfield Ten! Made of ITerbs, it la
pure, pleasant nnd health-giving.
An undertaker knowB a lot of "dead
oneB" thnt ho 1b unnblo to bury.
NO WONDER YOU "FEEL BLUE"
Make the liver ' 'get busy, "
tone the digestive system,
regulate the appetite and
keep the bowels free from
constipation by taking
IT 18 REALLY THE BEST
TAKE A DOSE OF
L The best medicine ew
'for COUCHS 6 COLDS
Firemen Often Fooled by Freak Calls
NEW YORK.-In the faco of nccl
dent tho unrcsourceful New York
er Hies to two sources of safety nnd
relief of tho police nnd the fire de
partments. He has no confidence in
hlmsrlf Tho result of walking in tho
samo groove with his many brothers
day in nnd day out for so many yeurH
han loft him with no incentivo to do
tho work of rescue. The firo alarm
box 1b bo handy and tho "cop" is bo
accessible, "what would bo the use?"
ho asks himself. For this reason no
firemen in any section of tho country
arc called upon to do such a variety
of things as those In tho larger cities.
Perhaps one of the most humorouB
calls for tho fire department in Now
York enrao when an epileptic, nbout
to "throw a fit," had hold a bottle of
medicine to his mouth, which he ex
plained to tho court afterward, would
have prevented tho attack. Some self
appointed guardian, imagining tho bot
tle contnlncd poison, dashed it to tho
Bloodhound's Luxurious Surroundings
feinl (TIME TO 1 &J&&
BANGOR, ME. Ono of tho finest
packs of bloodhounds In this part
of tho country is kept nt tho Mnlno
State prison in Thomaston for the
moral effect on prisoners who contem
plato escupe. Tho pack Is a mlxturo
of an Imported English strain and
carefully bred southern stock. One of
tho pack, when but n young puppy,
was presented to Marguerite Owen, a
Relfast girl, and tho two have been
lnsopnrnblo companions for the last
throo years. Tho dog's nnmo Is Hilda.
She Is of n most sensltivo nnd sym
pathetic nnturo and feels a cross word
much moro than some dogs would
a kick. Sho romps with tho children,
her fnvorlto diversion being hlde-nnd-seek.
Sho knows tho children by
name, and when sho is "It," she nl
ways finds the one sho Is told to
Hilda has a bedroom nil to herself,
fitted up with n llttlo Iron cot with
real bedclothes llko ono of tho fnm
ily. Tho room Is lighted with elec
How Des Moines Club
DES MOINES, IA. Imagine tho
wife of Gov. B. F. Carroll of Iown
begging funds on tbo streets, and lm
nglno, too, other prominent society
women of Des Moines blacking shoes,
sellng doughnuts, working at day la-
1 bor, making candy and selling home
made cheese, and you will know how
tho women of Des Moines Women's
club are going about earning $2,300
with which to buy pictures nnd paint
ings for the Women's club building In
It all camo about when nt n meet
ing of tho Women's club the low con
dition of tho treasury was discuss
ed. Something hnd to bo done. Mu
sIcalcB luncheons, amateur theatricals
all had been tried time and time
"Why not earn money like working
women earn their money? Why 'not
tnko In washing?" suggested Mrs.
feTASUREl ij&SSmWu'Li buy"
hHrli-J iSpM hy doughnuts
IK iflMLfiVV0HT Y0U
City Finds Jobs for the Unemployed
I'D LIKE TO
Grr a aob
m a pie
KANSAS CITY, Kan. A municipal
employment bureau, operated un
der the direct supervision of tho city
commissioners, which will furnish
free Jobs to applicants, haB been
Tho employment bureau Is just an
much a part of tho city's business as
the street department, fire depart
ment or any .other city department,
and It is populnr vlth tho public.
Tho city employment bureau has
boen In oxlstenco only a short whilo,
but In that tlmo a hundred men and
women havo been given jobs nnd tho
names of 200 moro who want work
havo been received and filed In tho
order of their presentation, to bo
sent to positions among employers
who want workers are found. Tho
bureau will furnish positions of nny
kind to men or woman.
CMPUJTMBHTl kk r
T" xp fy"f i nRW'Si rVn"
pavement nnd railed for tho tlremcn.
Great crowds gathered nbout tho spot
where tho man lay and tho fircmon
and policemen of the district udded to
tho throng Tho fircmon wero dis
gusted, tho police wero disgusted and
eventually tho epileptic was disgusted
bernuso ho was arrested for causing
Last year one of tho Innovations In
the rescue work of Now York firemen
which Includes anything from taking
cnts from trees to rescuing people in
42-story buildings, was tho rescue of
nn aviator whoso machlno had be
come entangled In a maio of wires In
A llttlo girl, eager to got a "look"
Into n lino garden, thrust her head be
tween two pickets nnd once thoro sho
was unnblo to release herself Tho
firemen and pollco were cnllcd, hut
finally a doctor came forward with a
little vasallno, applied It on tho
child's head and tho rescuo was ef
fected. Recently a fireman wao Injured by n
fall from a trco whilo rescuing a cat
thnt had scaped a canine's fury.
There nro scores of such happenings
every day In great cltleB nnd among
tho heaviest bills flro departments
must pny aro those caused by re
sponding to false alarms.
tricity, nnd ench night her mistress
goes upstairs nnd Hilda crawls Into
bed, lays her head on tho pillow and
wnlts to bo covered up and tucked in
When this In dono tho light Is turned
off nnd sho Is left for the night, rare
ly stirring until called in tho morn
ing. Mention of bloodhounds usually sug
gests "Uncle Tom's Cnbln" and tho
great, bloodthirsty beasts thnt chase
Eliza across tho Ice, but tho big, fo
roclous Appearing "man tracking Cti
bnn bloodhounds" of tho show bills
uro usually tho lumbering, good nn
tured Great Danes, mastlffB or a cross
breed. It Is easy to teach them to
chaso Eliza, when tho unfortunato
woman has some choice tidbits In tho
pocketB of her npron with which to
feed tho dogs If they chase hor with
The chief characteristic of tho gen
uine bloodhound Is the marvelous de
velopment of their scent-following In
stinct, especially when trained to fol
low human beings. Their nbllity to
keep tho trail Is tho result of Intelli
gence and training nnd not on nccount
of any animosity ngnlnst tho person
being trnllcd, for, contrary to tho gen
eral supposition, the real bloodhound
rarely If ever attacks tho person ho
lias been following.
Women Get Money
J. Q. Derryhlll, wlfo of a millionaire
wholesale lumber denier, who boasts
tho fatherhood of tho famous Dob
Moines plan of municipal govern
ment. Tho other women gaspod. But
Mrs. Borryhlll was In doad earnest.
That Is the way It all camo nbout.
Bofore tho meeting adjourned tho
women wero enthusiastic. Tho next
day tho women wero at work. Mrs.
Ernst Brown, president of tho club,
"enrnod" her first dollar Belling eggs
produced from n pen of flvo chick
ens, for which her husband, hor first
customer, paid $100.
Mrs. Carroll, wlfo of the governor
of Iown, became so enthusiastic that
sho wan mistaken for a beggar while
soliciting funds on tho street. Mrs.
Berryhlll sold newspapers. Mrs. L. M.
Mann, whoso husband hns mado his
fortune In renl estato, decided to do
Bhampooing. Mrs. W. F. Mitchell, ex
prosldent of tho club, has been sell
ing home-mndo aprons, Mrs, George
Aulmann began her fund by selling
doughnuts. Mrs. Woltz preomptcd the
kitchen nnd baked dozens of plea.
Mrs. Frank McKay haB been selling
popcorn. In fnct, every womnn in tho
club 1b doing all kinds of work, even
down to shining shoos.
Jamos Ends How of St. Louis, na
tional president of tho Brotherhood
Welfaro Association, nnd general
champion of tho rights of tho unem
ployed, paraded through tho streots of
Kansas City, Mo., several days ago
with Foveral hundred of his followers
and went to tho city hnll, where thoy
asked tho mayor for work. They said
that tho city should provldo employ
ment for all men who wanted to work.
Tho mayor of Kansas City, Mo., told
tho Jobless marchers that ho had no
jobs to glvo to thorn and he did not
see how tho city could help them out.
This set the Knnsns City (Kan.) com
missioners to thinking nnd they got
It Is not only to compel the vngrants
to go to work that tho municipal em
ployment bureau has been established,
and tho Jobs It furnishes are not re
stricted to this class,
Alrendy tho buroau has found posi
tions for eight stenographers, two of
them in the city employ. About a
dozen carpenters havo boen given
work through tho bureau, and 20 po
sitions for stone mnsonn aro open and
ready to bo filled by tho commission
er! when tho weather permits.
pppppppBxVtAly7i p J J
Sho How's your wlfoT
Ho Her hend troubles her a good
Ho No; uho wants a now hnt.
Tho Chief Need.
A pnlo, intellectunl-lnoklng chap,
wearing eyeglasses and unshorn hair,
visited Tom Volk, tho athlotlc in
structor, not long ago and nuked ques
tions until tho diplomatic nthluto fin
ally bocamo weary.
"If I tako boxing and wrestling lon
sona from you, will it require any par
ticular application!" ho nnkod.
"No," aniiwerod Volk, "but a lltUo
arnica will coma In handy." Clove
GIto Dofinnco Starch a fnir trial
try It for both hot und cold starching,
and If you don't think you do bettor
work, in less tlmo nnd at smaller cost,
return It and your grocor will glvo
jrou back your money.
Knlckor Why do you think tho
burglar was a married man?
Ilorkar Kocnuno whan I asked him
tho tlmo of night ho Bald 12 instead
Mm. Heunn How rapidly Emerson
Mrs. Cod Yes; ho will bo In short
poca very noon. Harper's Itazar.
Mnny people liavo receding gumn. Rub
IlnmliiiB Wianl Oil on gmiiH mid slop tho
decay; cIiiiku tho dieuno RcruiH with ft
mouth wash of a few drojm to a spoonful
In tho fulfillment of duty wo havo a
onso of blessedness, evon in hours of
wcnrino8B and slmplo endurance
Conittipatinn entice many Boriouo di-
f"M. It in thoroughly cured by Dr.
Tierce's I'li-a-tint Pellets. One a laxative,
three ior cathartic.
I Bomo tombntono Inscriptions are too
cood to ho truo.
Garfield Tea has brought good health to
thouHondfll Uncqualcd Tor conatipntion.
Many men enjoy a dry smoko. Why
not a dry drink?
from woman's ailmont3 aro invitod to writo to tho names and
addresses hero given, for positivo proof that Lydla E. l'inkham'a
Vegetablo Compound docs euro fomalo ills.
Katlck, Miua..Mri. Natliun 11. J ronton, 01
North Slain St.
Milwaukee, Win. Mri. Kmma Imrtn, &13 let fit.
Chicago, ill. -Mri. Alrena Sperling, HCdOljr-
Galena, Kan. Mrs.lt. It. HneT,713MlneralAT.
Vlctorla.MlM.-Mrs. Wllllo Kdwnnb.
Cincinnati, Oulo.-Mra.'W. U. llouih, 7 Eaity
Chaiitrti of T.trn.
Epnlng, N.IT.-MnCella K. Bteranp.
Utruator, 111. Mrs. J.lI.CampbollaOONorth
Soeoud 8t. v
Brooklyn, N.V.-Mri. Erem, 810 IUlier St.
Noah, Ky.-Mr. Lltilo Holland.
ClrcloTllle, Oh!o.-Mr. AJloo Klrlln, S3J Weat
Salem, Ind.-Mrs. Utile R. ntnkle, n.Tt.Kn.8.
ew Orleans, La. Mrs. Gaiton IJlondaau,U13
MUliawaka, ind.-llrs. Cbas. Banar, Br., 023
ICait Morion St.
IUcineAVIs.-Mrs. Katta Kublk, n. 3, Box 61.
Bronauch, Mo. Mrs. D. V. Aleshire.
I'henlx, lUl.-Mrs. Wm.O. King, lloiJ.
CarliUdt, N.J. Mrs. ixuU Flaober, &i Mon
South 8anford, Ma. Mrs. Charles A. Austin.
TaylorTllle, Ill.-Mri. Joa Qranthara, 823 "W.
Cincinnati, Olilo. Mrs. BophU IIoff.BIS Mc-
Big Itun, Fa. Mrs. W. E. Pooler.
Philadelphia, l'a,-Mrs. M. Johnston, 210
SlegelBt. ., , .
Peoria, Ill.-Mrs. Clara h. Uauwltx, It. It. No.
4, llox 03.
Aususta, Me. Mrs.Wlndeld Pana, IUF.B.S.
Bt. Paul, Minn.-Mra. U. M. bchorn, 1083
rtttsburg, I'a.-Mrs. Q. LeJier,B219 Klnkald
Kearner, Mo. Mrs. Thomas Aalinrry.
Blue Island, Ill.-Mrs. Anna Schwarts, 828
East Karl, I'a.-Mrs. Angustns Lyon,IUU2,
BIkeston, Mo. Mrs. Dema llethune.
Gardiner, Me Mrs. B. A, Williams, 143 Wash.
Uellevue, OhioMrs. Kdlta AVleland, Ui
PeVorest.Wls. Mrs. Anrnsto VesMrmann.
Baxter, nansas. airs, uiiio boolt.
Theso women aro only a few
tho power of Lydia E. Pinkhttm's Vegetablo Compound to euro femalo
diseases. Not ono of theso women over received compensation in any
form for tho uso of their names in this advertisement but aro H1
ing that wo should refer to them because of tho good they mny
do other suffering woraon to provo that Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetablo Compound is a roliablo and honest medicino, and that tho
statements mauo in our advertisements regarding its merit aro tho
truth and nothing but tho truth.
Ito -Dnrllng I would dlo for you.
Sho--l)cnruHt, do jou curry much
ONLY ONK "llitOMO Ot'lNI.NIV
That tsl.AXA'IIVR lltlOVoqiriMNK I., fnr
the s'tnature nt l V MtuVi;. I ii Hid World
our tu lure a Cold In Onu l.aj. Lki.
Reforms come slowly bucauto we nil
would rather wield tho m than bear
Drink OnrflcM Ten at night I It iti'iirca
normal action of liver, kidneys nnd Ixiwcls
It somotlmcs hnpons thnt tho black
sheep of a family Is n blonde.
ALC0HO1.-3 PER CENT
AYetfcfalilc Preparation for As
similating KtcFood atul Rcgula-
ling the Stomachs and Bowels or
nessarulHcst Contains neither
Opium. Morphine nor Mineral
Wjw sou Drs.ifivanrarat
Ancrfccl Komcilv forConslipa
lion . Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea,
kss nnd LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of'
Tire Ckntauii Company,
iiBifiuTpfflTi 5tsbji liiiiH
?.uuarnntecd tinder the l-'oodfliw
Rxct Copy of Wrapper.
mk. sK' aMfe M r Al
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No inferior mtteiial can enter into our comtruction.
tiom oi nur ucceu. We couit cloieit
mobile comtruction, the more anxiout we are to have you ttudy oiiri. 10 model,
2, 4 and 5 paitengrr. $1350 to $2000. Get our free catalog. Some ngenU temtoiy open.
Orcnnto DUplncemnntf. ,
Black Duck, Jllun. Mrs. Anna Andenon,
Trenton, Mu.-Mrs.W. T. f'urnoll,307 Lincoln
Carailcn.N.J. Mrs. Ella Johnston, 2S3 Liberty
Chicago, Ill.-Mrs. TTm, Tullr, 3X2 Ogden
Caledonia, Wls.-Mrs. Ph. Bchattnsr, lt.lt. 14,
Adrian, Mo.-Mrs. O. n. Maaon, ll.lt. No. 9.
N. Oxford, Muaa.-Mlss Amelia Duso. llox 14.
Kegaunee,Mlch. Mrs. MarT.Sedlock.llox 1273.
Orrtille, Ohlo.-Mra. K. V. Vagner, llox 620.
Atwater, Ohio, Miss Minnie Muelliaunt.
PralrleduChlen.WU.-Mrs. Julia Konicheek,
Buffalo, N.T.-Mrs. Clara Darbrake,17Mari-
TTlnchester, Ind.-Mrs. May Deal. It.It.No.T.
fit. Heels Falls, N.Y.-Mrs. J. II. Dreyere.
OraTTlllo. Ill.-Mrs. Jessie Hcliaar, Box 33.
Hudson, Ohlo.-Mrs. Geo. Strtckler, It. Xo.$,
MorrayTllle, Ill.-Mrs. Chas. Moor, B. It. 8.
Philadelphia, Pa.-Mrs. Chas. Uoell, 221S H.
Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. John O. Moldan.
2115 Second St., North.
Westwnod, Md.-Mrs. John K. Itlchards.
Bsnjamln, Mo.-Mrs. Julia Franti, ll.K.D. 1.
Klmo, Mo.-Mrs. A. O. IlaVault.
Utlca, Ohlo.-Mr. Mary Earlwine, It. K. I. 3.
Bllerue,Oblo.-Mrs. Charley Chapman, It.IT.
D. Mo, 7.
Elgin, Ill.-Mrs. Henry Lelseberg, 743 Adams
Rehaerferstown, Pa.-Mrs. Cyrns lletrleh.
Oresson, Pa.-Mrs.Klla K, Alkey.
Falrrhonce, Pa.-Mrs. Idella A. JJonham, Bos
TCnoxvlUe, Iowa. Mrs. Clara Franks.RJ.D. .
Oronogo, Mo.-Mrs. Mae McKnlght.
Camden, N.J.-Mrs. f. P.Valsntlne, P03 Lin
Muddy, Ill.-Mrs. May Nolen.
Brookvllle, Ohlo.-Mrs. It. KlnnUon.
Kltchvllle, Ohlo.-Mrs. O Cole.
Philadelphia, Pa.-Mrs. frank Clark. 2418 H.
of thousands of llvinp; witnesses of
WfWf THE IMPERIAL VSRSW
That h.ive groat incdinnnl power, are
rnLsrd to their highrst r fficicncy. for puri
fying and mulching the blood, hs they
nro combined in Hood's Sars.ipArilla
40 jto teMimopN received by jctual
count in two yean He sure to tab
(Sft 11 tmlny In nminl lliiiUl form f
chnrnlutri Intilr-ln culled Onrontnba.
Fcr Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
the "Quality" Car
Simplicity and durability are the iounda-
1 tic more you know about auto-
ra$ka and Wyoming
Council Bluffs, low
30, Price $1350
The Farmer's Son's
Why wait for tbo old farm to become
jourinimriiunror nrginimw 10
Iin-irn ior your lumre
A arret ODDor-
Itnnltr awalla you In
lur Alberta, nriern you
I can necurt- a Kreellome
Intrafl or buy land atrea
not a year from now,
when land will bo lilgb
pr. Tint nrorJM ercured
nn tho uhtimluiit vmps of
linnt. Clufit iim! Itiirlnv.
aa well aa cattlo raltlnir, are
cansinu a m-uuy aarance in
price, (lovernmtrit rrturnH xbow
Ibat the nuiiilinr of aettler
In Wosturii Cimaila from
tlin V. H. wrm 00 per crnt
lurccr In 1U10 tliiin the
Alnny furiiM'm liavo paid
for thrlr liuul out of the
jirorccilK of onn crop,
Irco llonu't'H(l of 160
ncres mill iirp-ntiilitlons of
1(10 ur-rra Ht Bil.OO an ucro.
Flno rllumti-. kihxI arhoola,
nscellrnt rulhruy fnt'llltlee,
low freight rata wimxI, ra
tnr uml luiulxir oually ob
tulneil. Kor pamphlet "iJJit nrt West."
and low rwttlers' rate, imply to
Hupt of ImrnlvraUun, O tawa.
Can., or to Canadian Oovt A.-DU
W. V. BENNETT
tea rlullrtinn Omaha. Neb.
(Use addras nearest you.) IT
LIVE STOCK AND
IN GREAT VARIETY
PORj SALE cAT THE
LOWEST PRICES BY
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION
321-S31 W. Adams St, Chlcaeo
"c.el Thompson's Ey Watir
Beatrice Creamery Co.
Pays tbo highest price for
LINCOLN COMMISSION CO.
BROKERS AND DEALERS
OHA1N AND BTO0K3
MAIN OFHCEi Fraternity DuUdlnt
BeU Phone Hi Auto I'bone XU
Bears tho A
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