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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. KKBHl'ARY 20. 1921 THE UJrrqRHTDGE DARY HEKALU PAGE N Prize Winning Stories In The Herald Contest Baied on Actual IhcidenU of the Early Days of Southern Alberta. tin to Bflma Lnd polnti thumb back townrdj the door which null'open. "Come on 'oine. my he uyi. and then he nluuclied out, fol- lowln' clone to without myln' uofhla' nor lookln' back at of nf. And that wai end or Sur rel'j married life. DAVE SORREL'S MARRIED LIFE (By Mrs. E, C. Brander, Lethbrldye.) an old-tinier tor a good story? Well, 1 ifuesa there ain't many of us thiil don't know loty of storlos about the early days in Lothorldae. Hut thhiU tjic rcul guod ones couldn't pot past t'.io Board of frtr past! You ihtfm was prohibition days loo. and bud liquor was just ;is oa..sy goi as it is now. I remember the tin.o when i hero was seventeen dtlTeront saloons 1 between drug store ;uid tho coulee, you could get strawberry cordial of any flavor you 1'unciert, and several oilier things be- side. Liquor fiunw into the country in tomato cum; and even eggs. Hot- ties came over tho line on pad; horses then instead of autos like they do now. but they hero just the same, and I remember the time when the church at Macleod v.-as burnt down because (lie fellowa who bad a wills- key cache imdsr the altar gut kind of careless ono night and knocked the lamp oft' the pulpit. Anyhow, what with prohibition spirits and a few other choice .spirits in tlie town, they was pretty limes. A mail to got move fun out of one bootleg drink rome by on the q.t. than a wholu buttle bought 'iiwt'ul in a alorc, and carried home under his firm. Hul you want a story you can print. ever tell yon about Dave Sorrel's Sure. Dave had a wife niic'c, but, not long, and lie never tried it again. !t was one line sunny morning in May when Dave came to me and said: "Hill. I'm goin' to be he says, "wiii you come along and help Jim get the Bad Stomach Don't tht stomach i the rial eius> is in tht slow action of the liver and bowels- readily relieved by Dr Chaw's I Kidney-Liver Pills. Onepilltdou.: I 25c. i box, ill deiltrs Dr. Chases I uyi; to aftor we hud a couple of strawberry cordials at the Nickel Plalu, and a couple more at Fred Weir's place, The Whoop-Up, we went down to Conybeare's law office. Ho the only lawyer in town then, Mnd he issued marriage licenses and wrote Insurance on the We went into tbe Iront room'of the little log shack that stood where bii oflice buildin' stands now, and we was just Koin' through into the bedroom to Hud him when ..e come out and asks us what we wanted. When he finds it's a marriage license he sits down at the desk to fill it in, and 1 lean on the cold stove while Davii answers the 'questions. It was all righf until we como to the lady's name. "Selma." says Dave. "'What surname''" "Why, I says loolcil] People's Forum FARM WAGES 17U1 1st Avenue .V. bethbridgc Feb. 3.'., 19JI. Kdltor Herald farmers only paying and board this year, less than half of last year. At that price and the cost of things, a man can't afford to work for those small wages. Farm labor- ers are lefting the farmers off very light asking for and board, when It should bo and board. What do you think of this new farm rate? Neit! R. TAYLOn. ABOUT SOIL DRIFTING i ..____ Editor Herald has been written about soil drifting, and different means of tillage for its prevention, but I have not in any of the numerous ar- ticles on the subject anything said about late seeding as a preventativo. of foolish. "1 guess .it's Selm Let inn cite my own experiences In the winter of 1918-1918 a halt a tion of badly, I hired tbe crop put in late in April, The lawyer looks pop-eyed at him. "Isn't that Mrs. White who livei on Ilaroness he asks. "That's Dave comes back. "She- ain't rightly married to Georgo White: she just lives with him, and she wants a change. 1 reckon I'd like to marry her reg'lar if there ain't no still looks consider- ACUTE ECZEMA ON BABTS HEAD Terrible Sight, Itched And Burned, Cuticura Heals. Baby was two months old when I noticed little pimples on her They kept getting worse and spread till her head, face, neck mnd arms were one mass of eruptions, burning, itching, and bleeding. I was told it wasacuteecKema. Ihadtosewupher arms and legs in linen. She was a terrible sight. For one year I had no rest night or day. We got Cuticura ment. In less thin two weeln she began to mend and in a few months she was healed." (Signed) Mrs. Boorman, 243 McDonnell St., Petcr- boro, Ont., April le, 1919. Stop the use of all doubtful soaps. Use Cuticura for all toilet'purposes. Sup Zfie, Omtm.ot 2S and fife. Sold throughout the Dominion. Canadian Depot: SWELLINGS down, just unbbcii Enlarged boils, mt by Cuticura Soap AND OINTMENT-------- Uear the Skin Soap aintntmt.Tetaifli.aiR.eheh. 8ald n C.n. llraa: trim. It. F..I SI., able surprised, but he says "There's no law to prevent it. certainly, it tho lady feels like and goes on writin' the license. Well, he wasn't no' more surprised than I was. to tell you tlie truth. Of course 1 knew Selma wasn't married to George, but 1 never thought nhe'u have fancied changin' to Dave. 'Selma was a strappin1 big Swede girl, pretty in the- face, with yellow hair and light blue eyes.. She'd been livin' with George White aver since she came to and seemingly they was very well suited. George was as dark-complected us she was a big man with a thick stnhhLe on his chin except just after he was shaved, when his jaw was blue. Still in all, he was a fine lookin' and it waa a puzzler to me what Selma saw in Dnve, who kind ot1 insignificant, antl looked like a mangy coyote more than anything else. Perhaps she just wanted to be married j is sometimes superstitions that way or perhaps she" saw something she liked in him. Von never can tell why a woman floes a Anyway Dan; was a pretfy good old scout, and when the boys heard j what was comin' off they decided to; Kivo him a real bang-up wetldln'. i There wasn't many women in town.! but there was a little fuzzy-haired j girl waitin' on table at the Lethbridge! Hoirse who volunteered for brides-1 maid. One of the follows who i marriofl lent his house for a weddiu'j wife had gone for a i visit to her sistsr in Macleod. got1] a parson called Mathesou who uad just come, and it was some weddin', especially the eatin' and drlnkln' part afterwards. We'd invited the parson Io the breakfast, ljut we clean forgot Io get him to ask a blessin' and he sat between Selma and Bessie at the end of the table lookin' like Daniel In tlie lions' den, and pnrsin' up his mouth as much as to say "I might have expected this sort of thing when 1 came to the Wild and i suppose T must endure it." For it snre waa a festive occasion. Every guest had Drought a bottle or two, and the health of the hrido and sroom was proposed by eauh.man and drunk by all present. McNab would put one foot on the table while drinkln', which he said was a Scotch I fashion, although1 we all knew he'd left Scotland while milk was his only tipple. I noticed Selma wasn't lookin' any too good, but put it down to the ex- citement of the weddin' an' all. She seemed frightened, and kopt 'round to peek out of ths window. I guess she had a hunch what would happen to that party, and sure enough just as half a dozen of the boya had got to tho stage where they waa try- in' McNab'a Scotch custom ami not sncceedin' very well, the door was opened with a bang, and there stood George White! He hadn't been invited to the party but he cams in and proceeded to make himself at home. Iu fact he made himself so much at home that he started housecleaning! It certain-! ly was a treat to watch George clean up. I got a black eyo'quite oariy in j the game, but I sat on the floor and! watched with the eye that was still i workin'. Most of the hoys was too far gone to care what happened and they went down like pinepliis as George made a way himself to other end of the room, where the bride and groom sat with the preach- i er and the little waitress. Dave was pretly sober, but he wasn't any match for George Wliite and George just Fluted him up like a kitten and heav- ed him out of the window, which was shut af the lime. When Dave tn hf? wns in Itir, wuimen iiulltllii' which is still in tho backyard of tlie Gait Hospital .today. Selr.ia- stood and looked .at tho wliolu bnshics.3 as if sho'd known from the what, was coin' u, j hanpen. while Ilcssie went into hyster- xhrieklu...... their own seeding, and not an aero of it moved, ami had a gopd enough stand on all but ono corner, which was drifted over from a neighbor's Held seeded early. The spring of 1920 gave another good example in the case of a 67 acre flcid of summerfallow which is partly subject to drifting. My farm is in the Barons district. The renter, for lack of help, was late in getting ou it, and put it Into barley (this is FARMER! OAMBLE A DOLLAR linrdolt, IS. in'l. Mltor ll.r.ld ymi will give nm iti your valuable paper, I would Ilko to reply to un article appearing In your iHsue of fthe 1'tb. Inutaul, covering the between Mr. G. R. Marnoch. president of tho I.ctu- Uoard of Trade, and tho direc- tor of the meteorological sorvlco. Gossip From the "Y" The Ilcv. F. W. Dafoe gave a very i in 13 out Ulk at tha mun'ii nleotlntE ot Hip 15 to WOT ROTARY INK IN EVERYDAY LIE lust Sunday. Thu speaker for thu coining Sunday will he Mr. J. Peters. This week the Strangers' Follow- ship tea will bo resumed after the Toronto, as well as the United States meeting. Tlicso leas are not conlined department of weulhur Imirau, U'ashiiistoii, concerning i'Kalumtker Hitllcld." I think (hat the statement HatflolU claims to be able "to call down drops of moisture from the unclouded vault of heaven" Is somewhat misleading. Hatttold'v claim in that he cause rain 'to fall from clouds containing moUture only. Now Hatfleld may not be able to 'do this, but the farmers as well as tho other hiuir.i'Ks men through this diitrlct have faith enough In him to put up a dollar, which Is tho amount charged for membership in the Unit- ed Agricultural association. ?.fid give him a trial, it is surely worth that amount to each farmer for this satis- faction. AB to charge lhat we are "squandering our money." surely the taking a chance on a dollar for each person could not be termed squander- ing, If so all will agrei; that it is on a very limited scale, being only the price of two shots of Hooch. Again, IB there not a reasonably good cause to believe that these "Doubting Thomas'" may be mis- taken and that Hatneld can deliver the goods. it is not such a lonjc lime ago in the world's history was be- lieved that the earth was flat: It is within the recollection of many when by neighbors who were done with the idea of talking across a contln- ent by telephone would have been scoffed at, or the flying across the Atlantic, was considered an impossi- bility, these things aro now realities. Is there not reason to believe that the attraction of rain from the clouds, is just as easy of accomplishment as that of flying above them? While we appreciate the parental feeling that Mr. Marnoch has toward us, in trying to protect us against our- selves, we still think that it is good to strangers and any men aro wnl- eomo to take thorn In and get ac- quainted with each other iu this way. Tho sncuncl of the Lenten noon- day services -was oven better attend- ed than last Friday's. These services only last Iu mluutcn, and Capt. Deu- oon's "talk" un tho power of influ- ence was much appreciated and very helpful. The speaker for next Friday will bo the [lev. T. D. Jones. All men aro welcome at these meetings whether members ot the association or not. Iu tlie gym (lie business men'ii class is still growing and there is considerable enthusiasm over the basketball league, in which tbe "Roar- ers" aro still in the lead. Some of the old hands at volley-ball think they should combine with the seniors and form a volley-ball league. Rumor has it that some of these youngsters think they can trim the old-timers, and the business men want to something. Slow them More word comos from Afghanistan about the work "It was here i Khyber 1'ass) that tho Afghans I Local llrxt massed before attempting to Yours truly. JOHN F. comparatively low the grain j business tensive Hatfield a trial. was just coming out of the ground when the big wind of June Sth came, and was destroyed only in spots' where tbe soil ia very light. Now the theory of the advantage of late seeding is this: The weather be- ing warmer the grain will grow more RE KNOTTY POINTS IN THE U. S. CONSTITUTION Lethbridfse. Alta.. Feb. 35, 1921. rapidly and bo. out ot harm befora! Ellito1' "Maid: the newly cultivated soil will be have a great admiration for smoothed b-.- the wind. Mr- s- S. Dunham's sincerity and en- thusiasm, but I do not concur In his conclusions.' It might have been hetter for the sleeping giant to slay asleep after the fifteenth amendment, for all subse- quent changes iu the Constitution of the U. S. are debatable. The questions involved therein Grain seeded late In April, in aver- age seasons, will have sufflcleiiL growth to be immune from winds -in less than one half the time of grain seeded, the first of the month. Seeding should be done same day as the cultivating, or at least not later than the following day. so as not io give the freshly cutivateii soli, which is not apt to drift immediately, any unnecessary time to slacken. This theory is just as applicable to seeding spring plowing or disced stubble, but from lack of experience can not vouch for its practicability in gumbo. 0. E. UIMATTA. MILLIONS KILLED IN ACTION WondeiM news! Uillinni ind mil- JIflJis of killed in tctiou and thouundB mil thouundi tit victim relieved of bronehitii, ermghs, ind tolds. Time ii pnt rejelcing the fact that leimce hai last in- Tented the irorlil'i inroit tlealh trap ior Bronchitis! Mii- tote. With tke Out dote this remedy feii right down to bujinesj, iilj never ceisei in itj destructive work until every trace of tie diieaae ii completely iptnoved and the victim restored to normal healtli. Letteri from all parts of Canada praising tliii mixture litfi'tlly pom- ijig into headquarters. Head this let- of euffering from that terrible ifjietion, bronchial asthma, erdered by nil medical men to close my bnsiness ia Montreal and go south lr> a warmer climate, bill. I noticed jf.nr ad. in the "Montreal Standard" for the abova mixture and I t would give one more trial to health before I leave mv native town} and the good maker J did. Mt bronchial ttibea are clear, the hacking The boxing enthusiasts lire fealing greatly elated over the success of the two provincial An drews and Cus wore both trained by Mr. Kirby. The lat- ter ia now starting a special of box-ing lessons, consisting of ten lessons. Anyone interested sfiould see one of the secretaries. Several old-time champions are be- ginning to get their blood up at the prospect of holding the provincial wrestling championships in Leth- bridge. A number of men are work- lug out every morning and two or three evenings a week there are class- es under Messrs. Pattie and Ellison. Several of the older high school fel- lows are taking. this sport up hut Jiere is still room for some more men in the 115 to 135 pound classes. Tha basketball team lost both ganies to Raymond again on Thurs- day and will now have to wait till next year to get their revenge. The- high school teams put it over tbe "Mod Hatters" on our floor. The Tuxis Basketball League is producing some good games, and there was streat excitement when the Duces beat the Klu-Klux-Klan on Wednesday last. The juniors are all enthused over the indoor baseball leag'ue. The world's scries aren't in it when these games get started. Mr. Petley hopes-to get the neit swimming campaign started very shortly. Non-swimmers should call in at the boys' department and make inquiries. seize tho Ui-ltish pumping station which spreads the water to thousands of thirsty souls iu that barren area. I-Joro one sees a little group of graves that make tho spot 'forever Kng- land.' And there are slabs of stono over mounds, each slab In the blood of sacrificial goats with tho famous crossed blados of tho Gurkha regiments. "Through more dust we descended to the billowy border hilli of Afghan- istan. The Kabul river makes a track of silver and grsen through tho plain. On tho left bank is a blasted and broken Afghan fort and village, no.-.v covered by a British camp. Beside it lies the only green square among thousands of miles of brown earth, tho foremost British aeroplane land- ing ground. On the other side of the river is the capital of the llohmud territory. "The organization of one ofthe sup- plementary parts of the campaign, the welfare work of the Y.M.C.A.. has earned the high praise of tho soldiers, from tho coniniaiidcr-in-chief. who re- freshed himself at two centres on the frontier, to the humblest Indian signal- ler on the remotest height, who knows where to find the most comfort on his return to camp. Tho Afghan peace .delegates had tea ill the Jamrud "V Hut" aftor their wild journey from Kabul, and no doubt regretted that there was not a similar institution amongst their forces. "The general secretary of the area nearest to the Afghan corps is Major Charles R. Webster, O.B.E., who led the Y.M.C.A. forces In the East Afri- can campaign during the war. On this dreary frontier sixteen scattered "huts." extending from on the fndus river, to Dakka. in Afghan territory, have risen under his conjur- ing hands. His smile gives hope to the many who are .waiting for the blessings of the "Y." Most appreciat- ed are the iced drinks, for the burn- ing heat and clouds of dust create an unquenchable thirst." GROTON NEWS Kolarian on 1'ublidty Week Tells What He it Should Mean were not in the minds of the tramera The'Pather ami Son weelt will prob- of the Constitution and the provisions to ,mU1 ,ho for amendments were not provided in the expectation that ,1110 spirit of the Constitution might be., modified. It had been framed in tiie broad guiding spirit of Christianity, according to the interpretation of the thinkers of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Of such men as Rousseau, Mbntesquieu and Voltaire, and not under the theories of Carl Marx, which would bolshevize the Constitu- tion under the guise of amendments. Then, when the Constitution waa i framed there were no referendum state laws. Wbon the eighteenth amendment was passed the supreme court of the United States hadn't giv> second week iu March as several things interfere with on in the first woeU. its behig put The first of the Big Trail Rangers Corps be held at the "Y" on (Delayed Correspondence.) GROTON, Alta., Feb. wen-1 ther in this district has-been very mi'.d, I and most all the snow is. gone. i A very enjoyable time was spent at Lucky Strike Literary Society meet- ng last Wednesday. There was a largo crowd, and the proceeds, which amounted to about after all expenses were paid, were to be used to fix up the Prairie Round Cemetery west of Lucky Strike. The danco last- ed until the early hours of tho morn- Ing. Tho Holmberg Literary of the 4th and the dance were enjoyed by all, although not a very large crowd turn- ed out on account of their being sev- eral dances in the neighborhood the same evening. Leslie Butterfield of Warner Is a visitor at C. Hunt's. Mrs. Harry Wilson of Foremost, has been spending a few days near Groton with relatives. Mr. and Baldwin of Faith. Friday evening next at 5.30, whe good time is promised to all. The latest addition to tha Trail Hangers is a group from Wesley church which we hear will shortly bo formed will he ready for the camp. The Ivonian Club which moeta on. ___ Thursdays at noort and to which all I Alta., were visitors at older boys are eligible had a very week teresting lecture from the Rev. .J. J. i Mr. Hike Miskuiin of Groton made "f New Zea la of his horses for a (ract "Personality Is eliminated in all Its phases in Rotary." said .lohn Uow to- day .while discussing the sixteenth anniversary of Rotary. Ho gave bin explanation of Rotary as follows; "Uotary is hard to understand and hard to define. It is not a mere name for a club, and a Rotary Club Is not a mere organization. "Hotary values men for what they aro more than for what they have, and tor what they can be more than for what they are. In other worde, Hotary la a training school in unself- ishness, where personal gaiu Is sub- ordinate to public good. "iu a recent issue of our cal. 'The these terse sen- tences appeared: 'Rotary is ,an aMO- dated vision and effort; it is co-oper> ative, not competitive, service. Tt transmutes kindly desires into help- ful deeds and turns dreams into ac- complished facts. Rotary welcomes a vision of need, and views service an a privilege sought, not as a burden to be avoided. Rotary side- steps a responsibility nor passes the buck to the other fellow.' "And again: 'A Rotarian never knocks a good thing nor praises a bad thing. His city is the best in the country and bis country the best in the world. He is an all-wool, yard wide, Canadian, or whatever his nationality may He works bard, plays square, and given a smile. He has an eye for neighbor's needs, a band trained to help, a foot used to paths of helpful- ness and mercy.' "Herein lies the secret of the Ro- tary movement. Personality in all its phases is eliminated and the real man stands out in broad outline ready to put into practice the Ideals he is taught. "The golden rule is ever uppermost, in his thoughts and, like the lowly N'azarer.e whose footsteps he is try- ing to follow, contimuflly going about doing good. "According to the Rotary plan. "Forgetting self to help fellowman. "Is following our Father's great command." BEARS RAID MARKET NKW YORK? Feb. District Attorney Danton announced today he would investigate a com- plaint made to him by Aaron Kosof- sky, a fur merchant owning stock in the Atlantic, and West Indies Steamship company that "bears" had conspired to "raid the stock." Then" raids aro alleged to have resulted la losses of MOSLEMS WANT HEARING ON TREATY OF SEVRES LONDON, Feb. unofficial mission is on its way to London pre- pared, if the opportunity affords ii- self, to present to tiie Near East con- ference the Indian moslem view of revision of the Sevres treaty, accord- ing to the London Times. court of the United States hadnt giv- laiul nitrated with huitern views, of HE tc, near L. hbr en her dec.s.on upon the validity ot Wllcle tne wmk. iiorman Keber of ilt-, the votes of the state legislatures, i.- nri7f> for ihp hiirimiit IT, th, or Aiaion, Alia., with referendum provision" And in the minds of said legislatures might, succession with a score of 235, and have.been tha same thoughts as were when cinnlnn Mni-.-iann iimm-M LIFE 'S PENALTY succession with a score of "35, and just when Gordon Morrison thought he' had it cinched too. Somo of the fellows say they're going Io tie j "Cheese" up this week. In the "Y" Bowling League to tlate LIFE IS PENALTY FOR GAMBLING IN IN CANTON NOW the C. have the points the minds of said legislatures might, have.been the same thoughts as were Imminent In Congress, that of passing the buck of responsibility from assem- bly to assembly. leaving to a popular vote final tho decision, which vote was not taken. This emergency was not anticipated by the framers of the Constitution. As it is, the Constitution has ceased "to stand." and changed "with time" and "bout to the force of circum- stances." It lias ceased to "cover with the shield of its protection all classes _ _____ of men." Its principles have been set cttn win the three games" this 'time.' ..-_. aside "in order to meet the necessity while the High School fellows nrotect the maintenance of such a of a great crisis." the drink evil. ffjn the three games thlalpsce- ____ although the Boarding Club and High School haven't lost a game, 't having been, decided to re-play the first game between these two am! be- lieve us there'll be some exdtc.innnt when tiiese two come together again. Captain Martin is thirsting for blood. PEKING. .Tail. Gambling is being severely discourag- ed in Canton, according to consular dispatches from there. General Ch-en Ch-iung-ming, acting civil governor of Kwangtung, has issued regulations making it sn offence punishable by. death or 20 to 23 years imprisonment i to engage in gambling as a profes-1 sion, to maintain a gambling house or No More Constipation or Blotchy Skill Want elw, regular bowels, md perfect working Irmf AH tain it TOO like CABTkkVS Uitti Llnr HUt, tin turn and easy acting rem- edy. For headache, dunned, mod atoatcli and skapoodasxT. haw PnretT vafatabla, cough has disappeared, (he wheezing j, Cough has ceased us if by magic, and i all discomforts have gone since taking your wonderful Corri, 417 McKay Street, Montreal. ii no reason whatever why yon cannot be compleUrjr and speedily to kealth if you take this rem- edy. Ton are intistied or the money ii refunded, according to OUT guaran- tee. Don't delay. Buy now from jonr diuggiit 11 It was as pernicious to modify as to suspend its provision for any emcr- gency. Such doclriue leads directly to i anarchy and despotism, and the the- ory of necessity on which it is based is false. SOLD IN LETHBRIOGE BY STOKES DRUG CO. THE RHEUMATIC PAIN Ceased When He Used ally brtllff nlnlimnl fr and Mini lot; nil clualetj or Eclmanaon, Bald Ii La., llrjillfil. Toronto. _ jnrk. "Out tho wii otl. "You ran Iliank yen sky pilot and dirln't know ysr n no Recommend it to Anyone From Rhtunutum Sehwerin, Wheeling, W. V-v, writes: "I htre ymt sufferer from rheumatism Add doctored mnd tried almost every remedy. Re- cently I cams across your "fi-Dropa" and bought a bottle at a drug store. I used it and can nay that I have no painaand sleep well. I hare told era! jurtieB about "5- and am liiave rnujtdsuch remedy. I recommend the iwnc to anyone-, whoiufTam from rheumatism. "5-Drops" proven value for many yearn past tnd the 'testimony of those who Jinve used ft arid found re- lief from tho torture And iffonitinf pfini causeOhjrhcornatic eondilionnia the 'Hc3t evidence of iu ratxurkablt t !f you from tiam, jret A bottlo todny. U may be juwt cxanLly what you ntmL Thouanntia of other have found it (x> be. "6- Drops" itf now sold b driia-ifiRu in every part Gtatw uod Cs, ld by tlte leulfaia; United Tours truly. J. Casauhon. SAME MAN MONTREAL. Feb. number ot points of between Geo. Ostigny. arrested, here as a suspect iu the case of the murder of Adeline lUUherbo, tlie young woman struck down on February 4. and Patrick Du- borrt, wanted IV the murder oC Vic- lor GalGtte. at Cochrane, on Decem- ber 16, have been discovered by the police, who are satisfied that the men arc one and the sumo. Both crimes were committed with an axo. SCHOONER 2000 MILES OUT OF HER COURSE time. Go to It, fellowa; we should In the averages Martin and Rid-' path are high men. It lias been tie-' (SPECULATION IN YORK I ABOUT COMING ELECTION! j cided that any player to be eligible! TTAWA. Feb. for tho Wright Cup'must have played I tlie government and farmer can- __________l_J__ didates already selected in the con- stituency of York. X. B.. made vacant by the death of Lieut. H. F, Mc- Leod. speculation is rifa as to wh'at action the Liberal opposition will take with regard to selecting a can. dldate. In the event of a Liberal candidate "A Mass of Sores Unhappy Days" Htrruy of QlMbec. 'f dnclmed with the doctor.) until the flrtt of Hay. Then I bottle of D. D. AT ON'CB MV FACE (JOTDKTTF.R. I nied imira bnttleoely tmdliAVc been entirely well ever TVliy not sec ifhulfa bottle will relive roar rain of diieaie, on aurrnaranttc that the ftrat bottle will iliow or your DAcltf Hehiny ttapt on the inttant. bottle. Try D D u. Soap. too. ST. JOHNS, N'fld.. Feb. Anqmtti. which sjitletl from this port forty (lays ago for a 400- mile passage Sydney. N. K., was blown to tlie West Incites. She ar- rived safely yesterday, at 13arbadoes, na.irly two thousand miles out of her course. EXPECT JUSCE LANDIS TO GIVE ALL HIS TIME TO NATIONAL SPORT m ktfon for Skin Disease J, D. .lliginlioitmm Limited, Druggipls. Lctlibridge. .NEW YORK. Feb. nrnnslns tin: belief 'that. In due time l.iiliiliH will devote nil of bi? tylctit aud energy exclusively In John of (hr; 'National h'iifinn, iHsnod a slato inent bore last night, men who scok Uls Un- pein Inni'iil. nd Business Oiatrict 550 ROOMS ;