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TVAEAL time 'Eager children!
Hungry grown-ups Keen
appetite to be appealed And
Creamed oi nlain k male rlandV
dith Il't tuy to prepare tupreme ia
quality, and cortt no mora than ordinary
In Clan Jrt cf Tina ,
At Every Grocar
Libby, MsNalll A Libby
Of the Bird Kind.
"What la It?"
"Is on aviary a hospital for avia
tors?" Important to Mothers .
Examlno carefully every bottlo of
CASTOIUA, a safe nnd Bure remedy for
Infanta and children, and Bee that it
Signature of C&zMSSm
Ji Use For Ovor 30 Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
"Do you think wo can defeat this
man?" BBked the campaign manager.
"Yob," replied Senator Sorghum,
"but I won't bo satisfied with that.
What I want to hand him Is some
kind of a defeat that ho won't be able
to use as" a personal advertisement
for future business."
Daughter Since it Is your wish,
dear parents, that I should marry the
rich old brewer, I consent, although
ho Is seventy years old.
Mother But ho is only sixty.
Daughter Sixty! Tell him to nsk
no again in ten years. Mcggendorfer
The New 8port.
"Theso hero Now Yorkers Is bound
to have their sports, I sco," said Uncle I
"In whut way?" asked tho boarder.
"Why," said Uncle Silas, "sense
they give up hossracln they'vo gone
In heavy fer the turkey trot. Don't
seem to me's if thet could be very
excitin'." Harper's Weekly.
"Exclamatory" Wat Right.
Mrs. Mason's colored washerwoman,
Martha, waB complaining of her hus
"Why, is he sick, Martha?" asked
"He's vo'y po'ly, ma'am, po'ly," an
swered tho woman. "He's got the ex
"You mean inflammatory, Martha,"
aid tho patron. "Exclamatory means
to cry out."
"Yea. ma'am," replied Martha, with
conviction; "dat's what it is. He hol
lers all the time." Judge.
Red Cross 8eala Being Printed.
Seventy-five million Red Cross
seals aro now being printed for tho
holiday sale of these anti-tuberculosis
stickers for 1912. The National Asso
clatlton for the Study and Prevention
of Tuberculosis, which In co-operation
with the American Red Cross will con
duct tho pale, makes this announce
ment and states further that the out
look this year la bright for a higher
sale than ever before.
The seal thia year la said to he the
best of Ha kind that the Red Cross
has ever Issued. The design Is In
three colors, red, green and gray. A
Santa Claus head In the three colon
ia shown in the center surrounded by
holly wreaths. In each corner is a
mail red cross. The seal bears the
greeting, "Merry Christmas, Happy
New Year, American Red Cross, 1912."
To The Last
with cream or itewed
fruit or bolh.
Some people make an
entire breakfatt out of litis
'The Memory Lingers
Sold by Crocm.
Potta Caraal Coaaaaajr, UaJuJ.
Bat Ctmk. Mick., U. 8, A.
III A WINTER LAND
Norway's Iron and Locked
Fjords and Dazzling Glaciers.
Seas Abound With Cod; Line Can B
Dropped In Fifty Fathoms of Wa-
ter and Will Not Touch Bot-
torn, Owing to Fish.
Copenhagen, Norway. A comtnle
Eton to investigate iron ores nnd their
mining nnd reduction in ccrtuln parts
of northern Europe found me on u
bleak November day aboard tho trim
llttlo steel ship Astrca, a post uteam-
cr of the Dergensko DninpsskiiTocls
cab. , Tho Journey up the coast was ti most
interesting one. Tho ship coasted the
frowning tind gluztcr planed rocks ol
whnt is, literally, an ironbouml land,
for tho rocks of Norweglun mountains
for a distance of more than flvo hun
dred miles north nnd enst from lati
tudo G6 contain a considerable pro
portion of iron mineral; it is true thnt
In most places this is too lean to bo
now available for commercial use, but
Its totals are staggering to tho imng
tlon. With abundant water power at
hand, and with water transport in nil
tho markets of the globe, who will
have tho hardihood to say thnt soma
time these deposits may not bo mado
ubo of? We passed tho mouths of
fjords cut deep into the interior; gla
clers, brilliant In tho Bun, stretching
their widths across tho distance. Wo
saw the Norwegian codflshlng Indus
try, by which no less than fifty mil
lion cod are mutually taken; and, at
Svolvaer, we met hundreds of vessels
of tho Ashing fleets. Theso seas off
tho Lofoten islands swarm with cod,
and Baedeker soys that at times and
places hereabouts a line thrown into
50 fathomB of water will not reach bot
tom for the backs of the fish.
It is the sea that supports northern
Norway; without itB harvest life would
bo ImposBlblo, and the government so
fully recognizes this fact that it has
established complete telegraph and
telephono communication between the
Lofotcns and tho mainland and upon
many of the outlying islands has wire
less stations for communication be
tween tho fleets nnd tho Bhoro. Svol
vaer is a town of two or threo thou
sand fisher folk, but it has its water
mains, its electric lights, its sewers,
Its cables and its well stocked shops.
We passed Narvik, tho most northerly
railway terminus in the world, and
threaded the Island passages to Hum
mcrfest. At Vndso the next morning I changed
to the local steamer Veranger, and
spent the day crossing the great fjord
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Lake Leon, Norway.
of that name. The cabin was a mite
of a hole well aft, and crowded by
women and babies; the deck was un-
protected; and the wind was bitterly
vuiu niiu raw. nuw yivii i reuieiuuer
that I apent the day alternately freez
ing In the lee of tho pilothouse and
thawing under the shelter of the
smokestack! And there had been no
opportunity for a meal between a
supper on the Astrea the night before
and another that evening, when I sat
down in the chilly room of the hotel
at Klrchenes which ia Sydvaranger.
Dwlght B. Woodbridgo, in Engineering
SAVINGS TIED UP 30 YEARS
Old Housekeeper's Long Effort to Rei
gain $1,100 From Priest's
Trenton, N. J. An effort is being
made by Mrs. Katherlno Loguo of
'this city to recover $1,100 from tho
(estate of the late Rov. Father Misslo
of Basking Ridge. Mrs, Logue was
the housekeeper for tho priest and
(entrusted her savings to him thirty
years ago. She was suddenly called,
ito Ireland and before she returned the)
j The money passed into tho hands
'of the executors and 'for years Mrs.
JLogue has been trying to get posses
lon of it, but she has no ovldenco
that sho gavo it to tho priest. Mon
slgnor John H. Fox baa now taken
up tho woman's case and will mnko
'an effort to got the monoy.
Negro Lid's "Fowl" Plot.
Springfield, Mass. A negro boy haa
discovered an unfailing method for se
gurlng a chicken to grace the Sunday;
dinner board. Hla scheme is to break)
Jan egg, stolen from the ben house,
over the chicken's bead and then tell
fbls mother he caught the fowl eating
eggs. That settle it
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Canada Has Sufficient
Coal for 6000 Years
It Has Enough Agricultural Land for the Set
tling of Millions.
A reprrt dealing with tho coal re
souroes of Canada has been Issued by
t3e Domlulon Department of Mines.
Tho estimates given arc only based on
whnt la known, lu tho western nnd
northern regions, which huvo been
llttlo explored, thoro may bo vast de
posits of which nothing whatever Is
known at present. Tho officials of the
department estimate- that of bitu
minous coal there Is In Canada 71! ',6
billion tons; of unthrnclto 4C1 mil
lion tons; sub-bltutnlnouB nnd lignite
over 100 billion tons. Tho quantity
of coal now annually mined In Cannda
Is about 12 million tons. With nn h-
tlmuted quantity of unmixed good coal,
of 74 billion tons, it would require
C.lfit; years to exhaust tho supply. If
tho Inferior grades wcro Included, sup
ply would last for 14,575 jcars. Of
course the coal demands of Canndn
will keep on Increasing, but it will bo
a good many years before tho quantity
of Canadian coal mined will equal
present output of tho United States
mines. Their annual output is about
GOO.OOO.OOO tons. At that tato it
would tako only 145 cars to exhaust
tho estimated Canadian supply of
good coal, nnd about 350 years to get
to tho end of the total supply. And
with tho increasing population, made
up of about four hundred thousand per
sons a year (and It looks now ns it this
numbor would be reached this year),
one hundred and seventy-five thousand
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The Dairy Helps the Farmer In Western' Canada.
being an estimate of the Immigration
from the United States for 1912, tho
consumption of coal will naturally In
crease. The agricultural districts of Canada
havo now become so well known
throughout the world, nnd the vacant
area of splendid land is still so great
that it may bo expected that tho num
bers mentioned will Increase from
year to year, and It will not bo many
years before tho immigration figures
will reach tho million mark.
It may be BBked what is thero to
warrant this large Immigration? With
millions of acrca of land, capable of
producing twenty-flvo to forty bushels
of wheat to the acre; or, it In oats,
from forty to pincty, and even as high
as a hundred bushels per acre, or the
same splendid yields of flax or bar
ley, there la amplo Inducement to at
tract these hundreds of thousands who
are filling the present agricultural set
tlements and pushing forward into the
newer settlements year by year, and
leave room still for the hundreds of
thousands who will follow. There .re
mains 'not only the agricultural wealth
of the country, but there are also the
social advantages, the home-making
privileges, apart altogether from the
financial opportunities, there ia the life
and the energy born from -the knowl
edge that the settler is more than a
unit in the upbuilding, in tho making
of a country that will aoon rank
amongst the first in tho nations of
the world. There Is no desire on the
part of the writer to dwell upon the
success that has followed the Ameri
can settler in the Provinces of Mani
toba, Saskatchewan and Alberta and
the' coast Province of British Colum
bia, or to apeak of the thousands of In
dividuals whose hundreds of dollars
have made them thousands, but atten
tion must be paid to the fact that theso
people have done well. They are fol
lowed by their families and their
friends, who also are doing well.
Where, a few years ago, seemingly
only months ago, there was nothing
but the open prairie, or if via speak of
the more central portions of theso
provinces, tho park districts, thero aro
today well tilled and cultivated farms,
large farms, too, and the herdn of cat
tle. Cltlos and towns aro the result of
Uniforms and Diplomacy,
The gazettes have announced that
the emperor of Germany has deigned
to name Mon. do Kiderlen-Waccbter
major of tho Seventy-first Thuringlan
Infantry. To pleaso his august master,
tho minister sometimes wears his uni
form, but in it he gtves no illusion of
elcganco. Tho other day, to console
himself, he said: "I believe my col
league, M. Polncare (the French am
bassador) would appear more ridicu
lous than I do if he were obliged to
dress as an artillerist."
Prince von Uuelow, who is colonel of
hussars, rodo In the grand review at
the bead of his regiment. Some years
ago, at Strasburg, the emperor remark
ed some squadrons that were moving
tho opculng up of this rich field of ag
riculture, and It Is n high class of ag
riculture, carried on by tho uso of
brains, and, whero energy has not
been endowed, it haB beconto in that
splendid air n caso of inoculated en
ergy. Tho rapid advancement of railways
mnkcu the situation easy. Today ono
may bo located thirty miles from ono
of tho many branches of tlio different
ayatcms. A year from now, tho whls
tlo of tho locomotlvo nnd tho long
train of cars may pass tho farm, tho
clovntor is but a short drive from tho
home, n nplumlld market Is established,
and all tho advantages of an old set
tled community nro at hnud.
Tho prospects this year from an ag
ricultural standpoint uro exceedingly
bright, and, relieved of untoward con
ditions, tho farmer is already counting
his bank roll, planning for more ox
tensive operations for next year, and
figuring on paying out for his farm,
He la calculating what tho increased
vnluo of his holdings, as a result of a
successful crop, will add to his assets.
Already some fields of wheat have boon
harvested, barley hns been cut, nnd
the yield Is nbovo Ills expectation. In
fact, the feeling nt tho tlmo of writing
is that never In tho history or any
country on tho continent has thero
been such u prospect of a largo aver
age crop, nil over the three central
provinces of Cannda, nB will bo harvest-
ed this year. The railroads aro add
ing to their already large mileage and
have got ready for handling the crop
thousands of box cars. The govern
ment agents and tho railways are mak
ing arrangements for from fifty to six
ty thousand extra farm hands in order
tliat the crop may be successfully and
quickly harvested, business men are
laying In larger stocks than usual, rel
estate men aro nctlvo, preparing for
the rush of business that Is sure to
follow, and everywhere there 1b the
note of optimism, which seems to be
There Is, as has been said, a vast
area of tho country still open for set
tlement and homostcadlng lying In the
center north. Speaking of this part
a writer, who made tho trip when the
crop was in its green stage, said:
"Just now, the whole country Is a
beautiful sight, aa it presents itself in
full dress of living green, varied in
shade, .many places elegantly fringed
nnd interspersed with pleat ings of
shrubbery and patches of sweet scent
ed flowers in rose, yellowrwhlte, pink,
scarlet, cardinal and purple. In trav
eling over the virgin soil, I have seen
some of the most charming rolling
prairies, sloping hills, deep ravines,
mirrored lakes, artistic flower fields,
und natural parks that one could wish
to behold, and all placed there without
the aid of man. The land in general
Is heavily matted with 'crass, mixed
with vetches and pea vines, nearly up
to the knee, and many millions of
acres of which are going to waste
while beef, pork and mutton are soar
ing at prices heretofore unknown. The
comparatively email acreage under cul
tivation reminds one of a few small
"When we consider theestimated
crop of 300,000,000 bushels of wheat
f6r 1912, to be produced on these west
era prairies from these garden patches,
some faint idea can be formed by an
imaginative mind as to the Immense
possibilities and rich heritage of a glo
rious western Canada."
The estlmato of the wheat crop, as
made by tho writer quoted, la exces
sive, but with even 2C0 million bushols,
there will bo a great deal of satisfac
tion on tho part of tho settlers.
In zigzags across tho field in a man
ner scarcely correct. They wcro the
hussars of M. von Buolow. "AchI"
cried William II., "mit Uuelow Immer
die krumme wego der diplomatic!"
(Oh, with Buelow, it is always tho
crooked ways of diplomacy.) Lo Crl
His Occupation Gone,
.Hungry Herbert I would work,
ma'am, but there is little doing In my
profession at present.
The Housewife What is your pro
fession? Hungry Herbert Taking caro of the
galloping horse effects in a theater.
The automobile plays have Just about
ruined my business.
WAR AID TO ARCHAEOLOGY
Many New Discoveries Are Unlike
- ly, Owing to Italy's Occupation
Home. The wealth tf ancient relics
dating from tho dnya of Grecian nnd
llomnu dominion over tho Mcdltcr
rnnenn, thnt la constantly being
brought to light by Italy's occupation
of Trlpolltnuln, Cyrcno, nnd the east
ern Islands of the Acgpun has been In
dicated from tlmo to time by writers
for thn press, but thero Is another
period of history quite ns fnsclnntlng
which Is being revealed tho epochs of
And ns though foreshadowing nn ex
cursion Into Crete, the nrehacologlcnl
relics of that Island, which recall tho
proudest years of tho power of Venice,
rocelvo Bpoclal notice. Nor should it
bo forgotten thnt tho Cretnns once
held the field of Italy's present North
Afilcnn campaign, and left there monu
ments of their bilcf but complete do
minion. At Cyrcno thero nrc tombs built by
tho Greeks with the nld of tho Egypt
Ian slaves, which at tho tlmo of (ho
Italian invasion, were used as dwel
lings by the Arabs. These tombs, half
Excavating the Site of Ancient City.
burled In tho shifting sands, are per
fect mines of archncologlcal treas
ures. Tho valley and side of the hill
of Mahmoura, for cxumple, nro cov
ered with these tombs, from which
their latest living dwellers have been
driven by the Italian soldiers. Tho
grcnt reservoir of tho Creeks at Cy
rcno has also been uncovered and
promlecs n rich harvest of anllnuo
treasures, which may cause much his
tory to bo rewritten.
At Rhodes, although the Colossus Is
no longer teen. Kb foundations havo
been uncovered under tho mediaeval
fortresseu or St. Michael and St. Nich
olas. Uut theso works belong to the
period when France held tho Island
and tho knlghta used It nn a bnso of
supply for tho Third Crusade. In
Rhodes there aro castles where the
coat of arms of French Crusaders can
atill be seen tho Montjoyes, tho St.
Denises, tho Cardinal d'AubuBsou, and
Philippe do Vllllcrs.
COW STARTS HAIR PULLING
Quart of Woman's Chief Adornment
Exhibit in Assault Case Had Alien
ated Husband's Affections.
Burlington, N. J. A bundlo of long,
brown hair, sufficient to have filled a
quart measure, was an exhibit of
fered in evldcnco against Mrs. Mary
Hotoskl at a hearing beforo Magis
trate Smith to prove the strenuous
methods she took to show her dis
like for and Jealousy of Mrs. Watlsla
Drombos, a neighbor. Mrs. Drombos,
her bead minus half Its trcsBCH, glared
defiantly at tho prisoner as tho little,
wiry woman In tho dock, told of tho
event that lod up to tho hair pulling.
Mrs. Hotoskl said tho plaintiff bad
tried to win tho affections of the
prisoner's husband, Charles.
"I tried to forgot Charlie's atten
tions to her, Judge, until' the other
evening he brought homo a cow and
gave it to this woman as a present,"
said Mrs. Hotoskl.
What would have happened to Mrs.
Drombos, who weighs nearly 300
pounds, but was no match for hcr
featherweight antagonist, had not
neighbors separated them, the police
can only surmise. Mrs. Hotoskl, who
was held under f 200 ball to tho grand
Jury, threatens to institute a counter
DISROBES TO ESCAPE ARREST
Young Woman Charged With Theft
Baffles Providence Detectives In a
Providence, R. I. When detectives
.tried to arrest Annie Currle, twenty
two years of ago, on a charge of the
larceny of a diamond ring valued at
,175 sho hold them at bay at the door
jof her room In a house on Broadway
'all day by refusing to don any cloth
ling. Tho young woman, ns soon as tho In
spectors began questioning her, bolted
Into her room and started to undress.
JThe officers tried to take her In charge
but her actions became such that they
desisted and, blushing, left her room.
! For several hours, nt vurylng Inter
jvals, tho inspectors in turn aBked tho
'young woman to come out. She re
cused. It was not until evening that a
jyoung woman, n friend of Annie, suc
ceeded in persuading her to dress.
Cut Teeth From Girl's Throat.
New York. Miss Mary Cremlns, un
jknown to herself, swallowed several
closely bridged falso teeth ovor a year
ago. They lodged In her throat and
caused her great pain. Unable to
eat and wasting away, sho went to a
hospital where the X-ray located the
cause. The girl was operated upon
and tbe teeth extracted.
FAILED TO HELP
Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegeta
ble Compound Restored
Mrs. Green's Health
Her Own Statement
Covington, Mo. "Your mqdiclno tins
dono mo more good than all tho doc
tor s medicines. At
every monthly period
I had to stay in bed
four days because of
hcmorrnnfjeB, n n il
my back was so weak
I could hardly walk.
I havo been taking
Lydln E. Plnkhnm's
pound nnd now I can
stay up and do my
work. I think it is
tho best medicine on earth for women.",
-Mrs. Jennie Giuxn, Covington, Mo, ,
How Mrs. Clliio Avoided
Brownsvllto, Ind. "I can say that
Lydla E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound
has dono mo more good than anything
else. Ono doctor said I must bo opera
ted upon for a serious femnle troublo
and thnt nothing could help mo but an
"I had hemorrhages and at times
could not got nny medicine to stop them.
I got in such n weak condition thnt I would
havo died if I had not got relief soon.
"Several women who had taken your
Compound, told mo to try it and I did
and found it to bo tho right medicine to
build up tho system and overcome
" I am now in great deal better health
than I ever expected to bo, so I think I
ought to thank you for it" Mrs. O. M.
Cline, S. Main St, Brownsville, Ind. ,
Is Clogged Up
That's Why You're Tired-Out ef Sorts
Have No Appetite.
will put you right
in a few days.
Biliousness, Indigestion and Sick Headache
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
LIVE STOCK AND 1
IN OREAT VARIETY
FORj SALE iAT THE
LOWEST PRICKS UY
WESTERN NEWSrArER UNION
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tract n4 kllli all
ll. nmc, iimo on.
ctiMP. lasts til
sib. Had) ol
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Sold by closure
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C various Mn.lint kin.
rMiuarea ana iiiin-Braa
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O.w.n.Ut.tM'.. iIiumi, lw
Rooma from 11.00 np single, TO eenta op double.
CArt PRICKS KEASONABtVat
The beat In all Oonaurclal Coortee.
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IN iMl WlTIM for ntnnteura. nd ua yonr or
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Aoctlonoan aro not all
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the auctioneer tlie laresi
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LoctUd on esr own srtmlan asd sted la the
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UMurpuMd In the treatment el
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