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ADE INQUIRY INTO THE LOSS OF THE BE OPENED IN LONDON TO-DAY.

TITANIC

Cuplaia A. W. Clarke.

Professor J. H. Biles, M.I.C.E.

Lord Mersey, who will preside over the inquiry.

Commander F, C. Lyon, R.N.R.

Where the inquiry will be held. The portrait Is of Mr. E, C. Chaston.


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Tttonic lifeboats at New York. They arc nil that remain of the vessel. be investigated. Lord Mersey will preside, and there will be five assessors, o| whom portraits appear above. The public will be admitted as far as the accom* modation will allow.(Daily Mirror, Elliott and Fry, and Lafayette,j

}hy does nothing remain of the Titanic but a few lifeboats ? The British inquiry mtQ the loss of the world's largest liner will open to-day at the Scottish Hall, Buckingham Gate, when all the circumstances of the greatest wreck in history will

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TITANIC

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LONDON TO-DAY.
"can lanes are incorporated, might bs affected, but there was no grotmd for thifc rumour.:, As a matter ol fact, the firemen aiid seamen on the Philadelphia were mostly Americans and signed on in New York. .' In any case, the officials of the men's unions do not anticipate that any further trouble will arise at this -port,- - . , The Phihidelpliia look out 200 second and third class pas.sengers of the Olympic. The passengers .before leaving handed to the local manajjer of tlie White Star Fine a re.solution expressing their"gratitude for t!ie generous treatment they had received during their detention in the" port owinf,' to defection <jf, the "Olympic's crew. The White Star Line have decided that; the Olympic will miss the trip to and from New York, commeiieing last Wednesday, altogether." No other vessel will take her place on ihe retiun trip, which should start next Saturday. The Olympic will, .sail from Southampton on May "15, and passengers are now being booked. liJurihg the season which commences to-day the Wliite Star Line's, vessels, the Olympic, Majestic and,.Oceanic, will each maintain a three-weekly service"across the.Atlantic, The Oceanic (17,300 tons) and the Majestic (10,000 tons) are both twin-screw vessels, and considerably smaller than the triple-screw d5,;i2:l.-ton Olympic.

lesei ed md witntiits the t, dlen i hir ladies m d the publu Hu^e printed eii I <it displayed in im Aiineiit po'.rlions ' W or! mi. n ere bu \ unp : 1 in hu^e t i c vihich fnn\e\ed models, pirns uid into i\hdt other workmen from Me sr 11 triii d ind ^^ i nlf, the Belf St sfiipbniHers whu conitiuited tire i"-fated vessel >,\eie busilj ociupied ereitinj. i fine model of tilt lo t \ e se! The lirren ion of the midel \\hi<h h ivs the ir side (d the ss Both Crown Law Officers and Other siiibc m 11 its I e le el -varl Im ire s n h th t every pi te iiktd The niod^l wh h is iJft 1 u j , or bout 100th of Counsel for Board of Trade. Hlx t! sire 1, uionnt d on i t tbie in\ fan be urned m mv dl eition requned b \ i v h e t l On the s m e i le i f !he room i a ei\ darge h irl of the \t] inti O K in i\n ^ th-> courses to ht folk led I \ iru us se isons of the M.i In iddition i di i Mng ot t i e %es-,el (scale I 12) fioni *'"^ " 2Q0 of thfe Olympic's Passengers (f mth( hhini,s Here ft {ji^^*^^^ '^''' tment '"^'' ^^^'^ dl e^en i omp i boiler, stitf-r om md smoke room i s t l e i r U marl d. Leave on American Liner. t i p l m i t h e H o n I ( Bi,h im tnt (.1 lest son of l o r d Merse\ uid eiietir^ "f the (ommission, md wis par; Probably tlie i;xrgcst arrny oE coiiiisel on reccrd wis uiMonsly supci\isin i'l^tnl t n u l i r in etmg to the s\ p p b of book md copies will attend the Board of Tnide iticnury into the loss oi A a s of P i r ' i i i n iit ljenin t n the Merchant of the Titanic, which opens to-d:iy under Lord Shn oi 1^ \Lt Mersey at the Scottish HiU!,'Bucltinghin\ Gate. Thc-iiuldic will be admitted to t.lie proceedings IN THE CllY OF COIFINS. so far as the limited accommodation of the hall IPrpm Oui' Own C o ^ f e s p e n d e n t O will allow. These are the main questions which NKW YORK, May 1. Thirty embalmers worked the Court will attempt to s o l v e : - 'all ni^dit .at the irhprovised jnoirgue at-Halifax preThe soa woe thin ess and "safety of the Titanie. paring for the inspection ot rnore of the utiidentiThe pircmnflUnoes laading to 'the wreok. tied dead. Whether there was any contributory default, nnd, it Police guarded the silent building throughout the no, how and by whom. W h a t - c a n . be done to prevent'3imiUr, clisastoir m , nigh.t, and fr(>m time to time wagons rolled away future." "",.:. with the c!aimed-"dead. Changed resiilations-as ta the safety o human Ills The unidentified list, with the exception of two <tn steamers. tentative identifications made last liij^ht, viz., Arthur SpeciLil titteiition will be directed, loo (Mr. Bu.-c-' White and'"A5sistant-.Purser Clark, stood at sixty ton stated yesterday),' to the respective numbers of when the grim work was resinned to-day. lost and saved in each .class. Mr. Cleorge Widener, jtm., of Philadelphia, left For the general convenience of the Court a large Halifax, in a private car convinced that the body buried,at sea was that of his father's valet, and not iBodel of the liner has Vjeen prep:ired. that of Mr. 'Widener. . . All the bif; shipping lines iviil be represented, as Others, with their hopes shattered by yesterday's well, of course, as the Board of Trade, among the developments, also started for home, but a few are leading,counsel employed being: awaiting the arrival'of the cable ship Minia with a meagre addition' to the list of bodies recovered. BOAED OF TRADK-Attorney-Geiioevl tSir Riiai.^ .Ti4aaor,V The same strict regulations enforced yesterday Solifitor-General (Sir .Tohii yui-ionl. prevailed at the morgue to-day. Mr. Builet 'Vspiiial!, K.G. Exhausted by their vigil and not very hopeful of finding their dead among what appear to be Mr. 8. A, T. Rowlatt, mostly the bodies of seamen, those entitled to Mr. Raymond Asquith, make inspections were not early in arriving this WHITE STAR L I N E - ' morning. Sir Rohert Finlay, K.U. "The .inter-Coloniid Railway funeral procession Mr. F. Lain;?, K.C. I Mr: Mnuriee Hill, K.C. across the entire Continent started at BA'i o'clock CANADIAN-PAOIFIO AND ALLAN W N E 8 this ip,jorning when the I.C.R. express left for the Mr. W. Norman Raeljurn. West. . Mr, W. Hamar Greenwood, K.C. Weeping relatives and ;friends of the Titanic vicOther pii/ties to the inquiry wdll be Ihc builders tims arrived at the station an hour before the deand the owners oi the vessel, the surviving officers parture, and waited inipatiejigly to begin tlie sad and the officers of sonie of the sliips in the vjcinity Journey home, of the disaster. Host of the officers, will have their interests reMR. ISMAY IGNORES SUMMONS. pre-,cnled ' ' FOBM OF PDOCEDURE. .WASHINGTON, May 1.Senator Smith is going The proeedure will be on the usual lines of a to New York personally to investigate the stateBoard of Trade inquiry. ments which were made yesterday by Mr. Edward .Sir Rufus Isaacs will make a long: opening slatement, dealing with the ship, its equipment and J. Dunn before the SenateCommittee, to the effect the voi'age, the progress tip to the disaster and that the news of the Titanic disaster was known in the consequences of the disaster, and the safe- New York before it was actually made public. ' Mr. E r u c e l s m a y , Mr. Franklin and the Titawic jiuards that might be taken for the future. This statement will be corroborated by witnesses officers went to ISew York yesterday evening, on oath. Witnesses called b'y the Board of 'ihade acting on the advice of their counsel, and ignored: the summonses to attend the Admiralty Court can be cross-examined. Finally, Tord Mersej^ will raise any point not in the suit brought by Mrs. Robbliis against the .White Star Line on account of the loss of her ..elucidated by the previous procedure. ^ Snggcstions made yesterday by M.P.a,- which husband in the Titanic. In an interview Mr. Isrnay is quoted as saying: will b e ' a m o n g those .considered by tlie inquiry, " I believe that Senator Smith and his cqlleagiies included the following by Mr. ;Bottomley: That each passenger slioiild be furnished - vcith a have been fair and impartial in a difficult in. ticket showing the number and jxisition of the lifeboat quiry,."Renter. >

Model of t h e ' Lost Liner to Assist the Court.

ULSTER' AND' HEB IBQISIDEJ


Sir R. Finlay Warns Government Againsit Civil War.

AEBAY OF K.C.S.

COL. SEELY'S DEFENCE,


The historic debate on Home 'Rule waa continued in the House of Commons last ni^ht, From Sir Robert l^nlay, the'great K",C., carhe a forcible and ck)se!y-rea5oned indictment of the Bii!, : ' Where Cdadstone failed is it likely that thoee who succeed him will be more fortunate in sdiviii;5: an apparently insoluble problem?" he de* manded, running liis eye alony the Treasury bench. To his mind, the present Bill was Uie worst of the three. It was framed upon no intelligil>le plan. The Bill was a bargain between the Government and Mr, John Redmond, he declared, with a'flip of the finyer over his. shoiilder a t t h e Irish leaded, who with a rose-adorned buttonhole was sittinc in his accustomed corner. , ' " I do not believe in federation as applied to thft United Kingdom, But those who do must realisti that the case for the separate treatment of LHster is absolutely irresistible," he contended. BEWARE OF CIVIL WAR I ,t " Before you'go on, count the eosl," cried Sir Robert. " If yon go on with this Bill it mean!* -civil war, " T h e s e men of Ulster are the same stuff thai. Cromwell's soliliers were made of," he impressive,l,v adde(i." , " Y o u have been treating thi.s as if it were.iV matter of mere parliamentary tactics. You wilt find yourself face to face with grim realities." They were on the brink of a precipice, and he entreated them to draw ba'ck before it WMS too late, The'case of Ulstef was ten times .stronger than tha^ of the American colonies in the eighteenth centiiryi Home Rule was not u movement towards unity. It would set I'higland and Ire!;\nd by the enrs. I t had no finality. When they oiice e\-oked ^national sentiment it was impossible to say how far it shotiUl go.' The Bill was l^ut the.beginning of troubles; The speech was closely followed by the PriiviK Minister (who looked a little depressed) and Mr, Balfour, the latter taking notes for his speech to-day. A spirited defence of the Bill by Colonel Seely, the handsome, immacnlately-garbcd Under-Secrctavy for W a r , brought fervent cheers from the Coalitionists, " There will be a great advantage from the naval and military point of view if tliis Bill b e . comes law," he predicted, { " A hostile Ireland is a real danger lo Great

FHILADELPHIA SAILS.

WOMEN SURV1VQRS~"HELPED,
^Letters have been received by Lord Derby acknowledging the ^1,000 which was cabled from Liverpool to New. York for the" assistance of the Titanic survivors. . , In.-one letter Mrs. Booth,".-wife of^.the. chairman "of-the Cunard.Linej.. who is one of the women's 'relief committee, "whtes : / " I can't'tell yon how much Liverpool's splendid contribution has been appreciated. It has struck an entente cordiale"note, and has been tremendously appreciated in JS'ew York,and America by everyone. . . . Eventually every emigrant will be established according to his or her wishes."

LIFEBOAT BUILDING STOPPED.


Owing to the dispute between the shipwrights and the .joiners lifeboat Tniilding at Liverpool Remains at a' standstill. The crews of the Orissa and the Inca, of the Pacific Steam' Navigation (Company, and the Nirtiaii, of the Kllerman Liiie, sigiied on at. Liverpool, yesterday, acting on the instructions of their officials, and the ships will sail as arranged this week. - " '^ All points in dispute, including a demand for increased wages, wdf be discussed at a joint conference of steamship owners and representatives of the men early t h i s m o n t h at Liverpool. A conference of representatives of Irish branches of {ii5 Seamen's and Firemen's Union was held in Dublin yesterday afternoon. The proceedings were private, It is understood that the conference was principally concerned with the alleged undermanning of ships, and a demand is also being made for a wage of 32s. (id. weekly on all vessels, coastine or otherwise. An inspection of lifeboats is ;Uso demanded,

Britain."

SHIPBUILDING AGREEMENT.
In Newcastle yesterday it was stated that the seventeen trades signatory to the National Shipbuilding agreement have concluded their respective voting On the question of ending or amending the agreement which has been in existence a little over three years, The Boilermakers' Society's vote showed a majority for no agreement at all, and notice to terminate the agreement was accordingly given to employers, . . ... . ' The other sixteen trades favour amendments to the agreement to facilitate its ojieration,

lo whioh he was as.signed in the event of accident.

AEr.-Bu.xton thought that there would be practical di.TLCuliies in the way of giving each passenger a ticket with a nnmber corresponding to the numher of ilie lifeboat he would cuter in the event of a di;^aster. .. VWKat would liappeo if, in rou^h weather, some lifeboats were <lestroyed? " he asked, _ But' he iiiideriook to consi'lcr the suggestion. UNEHS TO PROCEED IN PAIHS. My. Buxton promised, too, that he will consider the suggestion allhougli it appears to liim' lo be hardly f e a s i b l e , o f arranging with the United States.(Government that during the period of danger from icebergs it should be enacted that the great liners should travel two together, within easy reach. H e also, states that lifcbelis are les^led by tlie ofhcers of the f5oard of Trade in regard to their earrying-properties, and the ollicers arc instructed not to pass a bell thai is not able to float in fresh .water ..for. twenly-fonr liours with 151b. of "iron kttiached thereto. _ '-, Sir Ivinloch t.'ooke asked the Foreign Secretary wdiether he would consider the advisability of opening negotiations^ with other countries with the objccf. of calling into being a convention to cpnsider'the best means of insuring the niost.effective service of wireless telegraphy fcii tlie purpose of saving life al sea, . ,. Mr. Samuel, the .I'oslmaster-C-leneral, who replied,-said that a conference on the' snbject would be held,in London next month, and he was considering the best method of bringing the quesfiori of rendering wireless telegraphy more effective for ;<avJng life at sea before the representatives.

200 OLYMPIC PASSENGERS SAIL.


{ F f o m Our Specia.1 Correspondent.) SOUTHAMPTON, May 1.No untoward incident marked the departure from Southaniptori at noon to-day of the American J.ine steamer Philadelphia for New York, .; -, It was suggested that, owing lo the trouble on the Olympic, other.ships of-the Thfernationa! Mercantile Marine, in which the White Star and Ameri,

WHY NOT A TERHITORIAL ARMY? " Why are they not allowed a Territorial Army at once, if you can trust t h e m ? " bluffly demanded Lord Charles Beresford, himself a son of Erin. . ',' r think that is most interesting," returned the^ .Colonel, . " I will certainly convey that view t the Prime^jMinisler,"_ In dead silence Nationalists listened to the frank and friendly speech of Mr, William O'Brien, " It would be humbug and cant to pretend that the measure can settle any tiling finally except reconciliation between the two countries," he rapped out, v Many parts of the machinery of the Bill were provisional and experimental in their (haracter, and it was one of the highest recommendations of the measure that it M'as elastic and could fje improved in the light of practical experience. " The Bill will be acceiited in good faith witli a desire to draw closer the bonds of friendship and "goodwill," he assured the Government,

TO-DAY'S

WEATHER.

Our special weather forecast for to-day is; Southwesterly breezes; mostly fair, jiorae siioweiti in the west and north; warm. Liyhting-up time, 8.32 x,,m, High-water at Iiondort Bridge, 2.36 p.m. LojiDON OBSERV.^TIONS.llolborn Circus, City, 6 p.m.Barometer, 30.14iii., failing; teinperature, 55dea.: wind, W,, light; weather, fiuo and warm. Sea passages will be smooth,

SPEAKER MAKES A PUN.


Are M.P.s' speeches too lon^? It appeared in the House of (-(minions last nighE that on tlie opening day's debate on the Home Rule Bill only eight completed siicechea were made, these occupying seven hours of the sitting, Amid jocular cries of " N a m e ! " Mr. Charles Price, the Libera! member for Central F.dinburgli, appealed to the Speaker jesterday to suggest any means whereby the length of speeches could be limited, " I am afraid I cannot devise any nieans by which I can compel hon. members id co'mpress thpir observations," aiiswered the Speaker. Then he lifted the veil on the arrangements whereby a member subsequently succeeds in catching the Speaker's ey-e, _ ^ " ' " I iiavc sometimes tried asking hon, members how long they propose fo speak, and on receiving a reply that they would speak fifteen or twenty minutes f have called them, " JSut I have found that ' t h e exigencies of the c a s e ' have comi>ellcd them to prolong their rem a r k s , " slyly added Mr. Lowlher, amid bubbles of merrinient. "'f'hc House may perhaps take comfort froifl" the f a d that the first speech to-day will be a. ' s h o r t ' rtne, Loud lauglitcr, in wdiich Mr. Sliortt, whose speech was unfinished when the House rose on Tncsday night,' heartily joined. PROBLEM OF CHOOSING A BISHOP

NEW CRUISER LAUNCHED ON THE CLYDE.

NINE-FOOT MODEL OF TITANIC,


The ScQtUsh Ilaiior, to be more precise, the drill _ hall of the Queeu'ij Westminstersin iBuckingham Gate presented a busy aspect yesterday afternoon. It was in the hands of the Office of Works, being made ready for the Titanic inquiry to-day, - The-.flpor space i? merited out fpj: .rfess,^cpKn35l, H.M.S. Dublin, SL s e c o n d - c i a a e p r o t e c t e d cruisef, vua.B e u c c e e s f u l l y l a u n c h e d a t Medsrs.;Bea.fdmare a n d C o m p a n y ' s y a r d a t Dalmuir. (1) T h e v e s s e l a f t e r taking; tS9 wMer< Her t o n n a g f e is 9 . 4 0 0 , a n d s h e will h a v e a s p e e d of 2 5 i k n o t s . ( 2 ) l ^ y Oon1)anc HatOh/ Wh9 porforiwed t h e n&rtiing: ceremony,

The synod of the laity and clergy of ICiUaloe was held yesterday at Limerick to elect a Bishop in succession to Bishop Archdill, resigned. Three names were voti^d on, but not, one of Uiem re* ceived a clear two-thirds majority., The^ ctecUoJi was therefore referred to the Uenfli of Bishops.

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BALED OUT BOAT FOR THE HOMES WITHOUT FATHERS, WITH HIS SHOES.
Oceana Passengers Complain of "Inadequate Arrangements." CRIES FROM THE WATER
The drowning of seven passengers and eleven members of the crew, as the result of the swamping, of the first ix)at lowered, was again investigated yesterday at Westminster at the Board of Trade inquiry into the loss of the P . and O. liner Oceana, Sunk off Eeachy Head after a: collision on March 16. Major Thurlow, a passenger, said that after he was awakened by the crash of the collision he went on deck, looked over the side and saw that boat No. 1 was swamped. Miss aniiie Gertr^Kle Elin, another passenger, stated that while a steward was assisting her to put on a lifebelt he had to drive away a number of lascars who came down looking for belts. She heard someone shout: " Don't lower any more ' boats," biit she did not know if it was the captain who shouted. There were nineteen in the boat she entered. Almost immediately she entered the boat she noticed that it was leaking slowly. It was baled with boots and caps. Replying to Captain B.itt, one of the assessors, witness said she heard no one conntermand the order that the boats must not be lowered, Miss Florence Thurlow, another passenger, /stated that she heard no order given after she heard the ~ order that no more boats must be lowered. After the order WLIS given they waited a few momentsj . and then the boat was lowered, She heard faint cries for help when the boat was on the water, a.nd Miss Macfariane was hauleii aboard almost immediately. As far as she knew, no search wiis made for others in the water. BALED CUT WITH HIS SHOES Mr. .John Cook, another passenger, said lliaf when, he entered the boatthe same as the one which carried the last two witnesseshe heard the order given iTom the deck, " I-owcr aw.ay and stami. by." Before that order was carried outj someone shouted : " For God's .sake, keep that boat where it is ! " For five minutes after that (he boat remained on the davits, and then it was lowered. They remained near the ship for four or five minutes, and (hen pulled towards the lifeboat. H e assisted to bale the boat with his shoes, because the baler could not be found at first. H e thought. the arrangenienls for;mannin{; the boat were quite adequate. Captain John Little, an Army surgeon, who was also a passenger, said that when he came on deck he heard screams from the water. H e looked over, but could see nothingnot even a luminous lifebuoy. The cries died away astern, Mr. Corel! Barnes (for the Board of Trade) : Did the crew go to the boat stations?No. Were the measures taken by (hose in charge of the Oceana satisfactory?In my opinion, unsatisfactory. Why?There were not suflicient men to superintend the lowering away of ihe boats or to man the boats. The full equipmentsuch as a lampwas not given. SAW IIFEBUOT^S THHOWPi, Any other complaints?There was a disregard for the passengers' property. I don't think proper steps were taken to beach the ship. Captaia O. H . Porter, who entered the, lifeboat with the last witness, said he never saw a boat's crew at a boat station. He saw (wo men lower a boat. H e saw a number of ordinary iifjebuoys thrown over the ship's side. Quitinuing, witness said he assisted in helping the ladies into the boat. There were no officers there. There were some men helping, but he did not know whether they were passengers or whether they belonged to the crew. Mr. Barnes ; What do you think of t h e arrangements for manning and gettmg out the boats? I .should say they were inadequate. Will you specify in what respects?Lack of control of the passengers alter the collision, lack of inspection of embarking the boats, lack of any crew of any sort during a very critical period of tlie Operations, and, even after that, lack of sufficient skilled help in rowing.
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"Daily M a i r s " Appeal to Englishwomen for Titanic Sufferers Brings Total of Fund up to 41,604.

ENGLAND'S MAY DAT REVELS.


Men and Women Don More Summer-like Clothes. CROWI^IIG OF 31AY QUEEN
May Day yesterday was a memorable one. Half of it, at least, was spent as a holiday. And it was a holiday enforced by law. All over the country shops were closed at 1.30 p,m. " Ne'er east a clout till May is oiU," was an adage that had ceased to be regarded. On May Day, too, policemen officially put on summer tunics and sailors don a white top lo their caps, Seldom has there been a brighter or happier May Day in Engianrl, As in ohlen days, when fiower-bcdeckcd lads anil lasses triiipcd upon the green, so men and women wore flowers in theiv coats and frocks and the lightest and brighteit attire. Jjondon's parks were crowded with May Day revellers rowing on the lakes ami plaviiig cricket and tennis. Among men seen in Bond-street, The Daily Mirror noticed that ten out of the hrsl twelve wore buttonholes, '^Any kind of flower is now worn for a buttonhole," .said a Bond-street florist, '' One can see men sporting tulips, buttercups, or roses." Some women even were seen wearing,tall tulips in their hats, as though they had gatlicred a bctl of (lowers from the May morning ijardcn and used them as a headdress. PANNIER SKIRTS POPULAR. " W c have been exceedinglv busy the last few weeks," said a West F.nd modiste to The Daily Mirror, "for everybody wanted new clothes for May. " I safely prophesy that within three weeks most women will have adopted pannier fashions. Not hip panniers, for the narrow line is demanded at the hips and feet, but the drapings will be caught gracefully about the knees " With coats groomed and shining and harnes's glittering, London's horsed ambulances for injured horses maintained by Our Dumb Friends' League look part in a May Day procession through the City and West End, May Day in f..ondon was ceiehraled by the customary labour demonstration in Hyde I'aik, which was attended by the representatives of trade unions in their thousamh, Witli dozens of banners fluttering and five bands blaring forth the " Marseillaise " and other favourite aii-s, the procession, well over 5,000 strong, made a lively progress from the hanbankment to the park. CHOIR ON MAGDALEN TOWEfi, \Vith time-honoureil ceremonial May Day was observed yesterday at Oxford. Residents and collegians at sunrise rose to hear the singing of the ehoir on the tower of Magdalen College. Small crowds, even at that early hour, wended their way lo the bridge crossing the Kiver Cherweilthe best point from which the singing of the Magdalen choristers on the top of the 145ft. lower could be heard. About d.30 a, s<^orc of surpHccd choir men and boys mounted the tower, together with the president of Magdalen. There they waited silently till ihe clock chimed five o'clock, and then in the still air cJmnted the Latin hymn, " T o Dcuni Pafvem Coliijuis." As the sweet strains of the hoys' voices died away all Uie bells in the university city rang out a full-toned peal. May Day revels at Stratford-on-Avon were watched by thousands of visitors. A procession was made to Shakespeare's birthplace, where Jlorris dancing and folk-lore singmg took place. The May Queen and her maids of honour were seated in a fairy bower, whirh was drawn by a Seam of oxen to Bancroft (.'ardens. where the Queen was crowned by Mr. 1'. R, Benson, the we Ih known acior. (Photographs on page It.)

1 have been deeply moved at this disaster, and 1 felt The women of England responded in splendid it was my duty as a Christian to help in some small fashion to Ihe first, appeal of The Daily Mail for way the widows and orphans who have been left to mourn the loss of loved ones whose sacriflce of life will the sufferers by the Titanic disaster, and in splenneser be torgotten. did fashion they are resixanding to the second A n o t h e r d o n a t i o n c o m e s from a w o r k h o u s e t appeai, . Z. B. Ward, Old Infirmary. West Hani Uniou.-^ . Please acoept from tJie ased and iniirm women of the Hundreds of applications have again been reaboue waru 4s. as a toiin of their sympathy, and ceived for the subscription forms which Tht Daily wishing they could help more. Mail is issuing, and letters have poured in conO U l SPOKEN LETTERS. taining subscriptions from every part of England A l e t t e r from a w o m a n l y w o m a n , w h i c h m a y , or may not, he appreciated by other women, comes and many parts of the Continent. The subscription form The Daily Mail will issue from the R.M.S. Orsova : ~ I fed I muKt.Eend my little to your lund in honour at once to >)iose who are willing to make this last ol the men wno so well upheld the traditiuus of their r&ce on the Titanic. appeal to the generosity of the always generous I t is an episode that should gife pause to those British public. Will those wiiling to help in this women claiming an equality in things 1 am suva it was never ordained lot them to havi. 1 wish your luad way apply, by letter only, to the Chief Clctkj the success the cause deserves. _ Titanic Fund, the DailyMail, Carmehte House, A similarly outspoken letter, also enclosing money, cQUies from a man at Liverpool: London, E.C. \VQila synipatJiisiiig \vn;n the suuotings ol women who have been saved at the expense ot losing their The total has now swelled to the magnificent one londest and oearest, J do uphold that Eince women of ^41,60*, a remarkable tribute to the way have given up ttieir all {or the bringing of happiness into men's lives, t h a t it is a man's duly to sacrince his in which the grim but heroic story has touched all liie for the sake ol the weaker and more gentle ses. hearts, ami to the generosity of the public. At the same time, I do think t h a t the women oS But more monev is still viigentiy needed. -More this nation might consider b el ore persecuting men and damaging winaows, and have a little respect lor men money must be given if the issue of the appeal is who, in the large majo-ity of oftses, are the means ol to be placed beyond all doubt, their support. BEAtTlFULLY-oaESSED DOtL. THE RIGHT SPIRIT, Sacrifice is not.asked for, though that has freMany letters similar to the following have been quently been forth coming, in an extraordinarily free and unselfish way. What is" wanted is for those received; Please accent this little,oileiiiiB. I t is all I have, generous women who have already, siibscribed to E I trust it liiiiy go with some other account to relieve O take a collecting list at once to their friends and some poor sufferer. But if I c n n o t a've mufh I can pxay, and I feel neighbours and ask them Lo subscribe also. and know that more is done by prayer thaa this world 'the gifts continue to flow in. They lange from dTganis of.ONE I N GasATfiST SyMiATHv WITH ALI.. children's tovs'to valuable Jewellery and pictures. A letter, which states exactly the way in which Thev are all given in the same spirita keen (he money should be given, conies fiom Stteatdesire to do something to benefit the.fund. A little gir! sends a big and beautirully-dressed hamJ : ., 'P.O. for Ss. towards the fund tor the sufenc!o,5o ferers. llow I wifh I fouid stnd jnoie, but if every doll and writes with it ; y hale no money but wish to contribute to (he fund in memory of the bra.e musipiiiiE; so, being; a little vioiiniat mysslf, have seat iny doll to be sold.NELLIE. womrtn of Engl.ind seniis accoi'ding to het meana then all have done their dutyfor s duty it is as well as a pleasure to help the poor little children of tliose brave men. I lost my father years ago almdst in tha same way as tho^e dear little childfen have lost theirs, so I have , known what it nieniLS to be left fatherless. T o v a r y t h e u s u a l p r o c e d u r e , a l e t t e r c o m e s from a little g i r l w h o h a s w r i t t e n it jn t h e n a m e of h e r

A widow, who is unable to do anything else, sends some .golf-halls, with the message: A tew golf balls, new and old 'whicii belonged to wy'dear husband .From a Witiow. The wife of a sailor sends.her mother's weddingring and a small gold brooch and pin" the only possession.! of value I.have a right to dispose of." GIFT OF VALUABLE FUHS. A splendid sealskin coat and muff arrived with this letter; A laUy is Kcuding licr furs to the aliovc fund, which shs wisheij to be sold in aid of the homes Viithout fathers, as she thinks they will realise more thnn she conkl send in ready rash. Although this is not thobest tiiiiG of tlie year for (be sale of turs,-yet 5he slncetely hopes that fomcone wilt buy them and give a good price for them for tho saka of the destitute, as they are valuable. All these oners are being actuated by the same splendid spirit of self-sacrifice. In most cases women are giving up treasured possessions which they have kept, a:5 having a deep sentimental inleiest, for years. What t h e w i e n c h at parting with them must be is known only to themselves. They are paying their debt of gratitude to the full. Various means are being utilised. A long poem entitled " I n Memoriam," and dealing w i t h t h e disaster, was sold in (he neighbourhood of Keighley at a penny a copy, and realised 4 12s. 3d. The poem is still selling like hot cakes, and the sellers hope to send another substantial amount along. DOG'S FINE COLIECTION. One of the most remarkable eilorls has been made by a dog. His name is Roy, and he belongs to a Fulham, London, Borough Councillor, For the last two Sundays he has taken his stand at Hyde P a i k Corner, and his faithful vigil has resulted in the substantia] sum of 15 being collected for the- fund. The collecting-box is hung round his neck, and he is to be recognised by his vivid red collar. Koy is left at his post by himself, but one or two policemen keep a friendly eye on him. H e does not always receive money, for the last THrao OFFICER'S EVIDENCE. time he stood at Hyde P_iirk Corner a lady came forward and handed over to the policeman on Walter Nay^Ior, chief officer of the Oceana, said he was the executive officer responsible for the point fluty by him-a little box of jewellery conboats of the Oceana. E.efore they left Tilbury taining a cameo brooch and a gold seal. there was boat drill under the company'.s superinRoy will be on'duty again next Sunday. tendent, Captain Harris. One boat was lowered T h e remarkable part which the children are playand rowed round the dock. ing iu, adding to the total is one of the outstanding Continuing his evidence, Navlcr said that he features ol the appeal. Hundreds of letters are was on the bridge when the cblHsion occurred. received from (hem every day, each containing This he described, adding that he informed the small sums, which are usually the result of some captain, who ordered (he engines to be stopped, form of .^elf-sacrifice- One encloses 10s. with the and told him to clear away the boats and get nies'';igc :-This is from three children who \vo:c saving their everyone on deck. topper.! to spend at the seaside this summer. They Mr. Barnes: H a d you given any orders before wish to help- the poar children who are left orp'ians. leavmg the bridge?,No. NORA, BEHNARD AND Wif.tiAM. Another letter shows how determined these little Did the pilot give any order?I think the.pilot cliildren are that their money shall be jiiven. It gave the order to clear away the boats. rosiici from an assistant mistress at the !^t. John's Witness then gave evidence of how he superintended the getting out of (he boats. No. 1 life- (iirls' Cotincil School, liedhdl: Owing to thi; illness in hospital of one of our <hildboat was cleared and lowered to the rail about ten at the time when we subseribed to your fund, it is seven minutes after the collision. H e gave ihc her wish that het.little doaatiuH shonid bs forwarded. order to lower away, as he thought the boat quite fJTTLG GIRLS " S A T U B U Y f/ONSY," safe, feared the ship might founder at ;iuv A little, g i r l , a;:ed six", s e n d s h e t t r e a s u r e d " S a t moment and was required elsewlierc; u r d a y m o r . e y "' a n d e v e i y o n e k n o w s w h a t " S a t u r All the able seamen were at their'pLices and moT!ey " m e a n n a chiid" ;.were discharging thejr work e0iciently. After diiy C"ieetbi>i-p';s.~Denri .'iJ' r . Editor,I :am spnding you six seeing No. fj liteboat swuiig out he came forward SitC'-day pEiuiic!! TOT the poor bttie girls and boyswho haie io:t thtir drsd-s on the TitanicLove and kissee, again, and was horrified to see that No. 1 boat from VViKNiE SMITI. was " h u n g up iiv th^ davits." A m a s t e r at t h e V o u n g M e n ' s C a k i e n g a t e - W e s The inquiry was adjourned until Monday. leyan Sunday-school, Carlisle, writes : Divers yesterday recovered 112 bars of silver of I have mt.de au earnest appeal to my Sunday-school class of young men, and I am delighted to have the the value of ^130 each froni the wreck of the pio.siire of sending a'sniall Robscrikion of 10s. My Oceana. class ara -u worVin-- t->i-1s, :-iid it is the best I couid do.

kitten :
I am only a kitten, but I am still trowing and hope to bi) a cat. 1 wish to help the fund to get a little more money, ahd I am pending niy Saturday pennie; lor ' the children who have no mothers and fathers. My mistiress thinks I should help, and I want to.FROM
DEEOLE.

Another letter, enclosing twelve stamps, says:


I have beeit saving up to go to ray Sunday School treat. I wish I had save<l more, hut I have only Ba\ed Is,, and want to help the poor little children who have lost their dadas on the Titanic. I feel so .sorry for tliem, as m? dada goes to sea, and I have not seen him for nearly a year, but am looking forward to him coming home in two weeks' time.Queeni Donne..eight years old.

TAXtCAQ-DBIVERS' GENEfiOSlTY. Ta:sicab-drivers employed by the West London Taxicab Company have raised ^ 4 4s, Oid. within ten days for the ^itanic sufferers. The fund was swelled by a novel 'guessing competition organised by Sergeant E , Thompson, the night cashier and accountant, in which the men guessed the amount ill the collecting box, The entrance fee was twopence, and all proceeds, with the exception of a small prize for the winner, went to the ftmd, The following are some of the latest subscriptions ; 15Collected by Roy, the 6 1 3-PariEh of St, Peter
dog with the big red collar at Hydo Park Corner, 12 10-Collected by 1st Troop, Hebdfcn Bridge Boj Scouts, per Ernest A. Dennis. 13 9 10Street collection made by Peterborough Boy Scouts, per J. A. D-.nB. 12 1Collected in Oimastou. by Ashbourne, Parish Church per J. Francis. iO 10F. M. C , Margate, 10 EACH. Members of Committeo oi the Omngh Brnch of the Women's National Health Association, Cio, Tyrone, per Mrs. Charles Scott. Collection made by Miss May Mais at the Re geut Theatre, Salford. Mrs. W. H. Foster. Mrs Bouch. 8 4 3-Collectcd from the women of the Woiking Class in Ightham. per C. M. Diy. Hottie A. Masters and F, E, Goodwin, 6 IB 6Household of Bridgewater House, S.W, 6 18 TeichErs and s'diohirs, boys, girls and infants' department of St. Pi-ul's School, Addlostonc, Surrey.

Fifteen little English girls are now delighting French people as much as ihey are delighting themselves in France, They are members of Miss Loie Fuller's School of Dancing, and they playnot merely in the theatres where they appearbut all day long. One of the children':^ rehearsals, seen by 2'he Daily Alfred Holhuworth, Mrs. Clar.i M. Fo.x. Mirror, was more bkc a gathering of happy chilV. H. W, ilren playing together, (lancing and laughing, runE. A, H. Anon (AyrRhire). ning- and jumping just for the pure joy of the Mrs. Willy .Ehrmann, thing. _ . . . To one liny danseuse Miss huller said: " N o w , und yesterday amounted dear, the little waves, gelling bigger and bigger and now ever so liigh^siiow us how high and how The Mansion House I' they fall again." And her little pupil, with the to 197,000.OUR GENEROUS TO READERS. wonderful grace of childhood, followed the suggestions and interpreted without slip or hesitation The Daily Mirror, although it has organised the whole spirit of the music. no fund for the benefit of sufferers by the Titanic .These iLuglish children are great favourites catastrophe, has received from its readers subscrip- wherever they do. One unknown admirer has sent tions to the amount of Uiern fifteen large pots of jam t 3 3 3 l i s . I^d., MARQUIS' TWINS. as well as a number of articles, such as water.colour drawings, stamp and autograph albums, a ring, a brooch, an ludian necklace, a soda-water In registering the births of the twins horn to the bottle Gont'aining money, f'c." ^Marquis and Marchioness of Linlithgow^ the names Alt the contributions have been handed to The given the cJiiMren are, for the elder, Charles WilDaily Mail, and our generous readers must not liam Frederick, after Sir Frederick Milner, father expect to see their gifts acknowledged in The of the. Marchioness; niid for the younger, Jol)n Daily ^lirvQr. Adrian, the latter being an old family name.

with Holy Cross, Cantetbury, <E6 i-Procecds of a whist drive, Unionist and Tarift" Reform Association, Southall. 6 0 6-Col!ected t,, 1st Oheapside I'roop o( Boy Scouts. 6 EACH. Members and -Friends Young Women's Bible Class, Malvern, per MiK Cox. Collected in the village of Farringdon, per Mrs. J . B, King. FIVE GUINEAS EACH. Mrs, A. M. Denton. Mrs. Frances Holt. Mrs. Stewart. Mrs., A. E. Whitaker, "George Eliot" Lodge [Nuneatonl S EACH. Miss Ellen Cooper. Mr. Eric Trevanion, and Mr. A. E, Rao. K. B. S. E. C. R. L. H.

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Gas Lamps Banned Because Farmers Fear Demolished Restaurant Car of Pan's Train Schoolgirrs Father Explains What Brilliance Would Oamage Crops. , Crowded with English Passengers. Reference to Dickens Meant. Luncheon Delays Caused by New T h e r e is o n e c o u n t y in E n g l a n d wdiich h a s a vil(Prom Our Own Cerrespondent-) l a g e of " d r e a d f u l n i g h t . " P A R I S , ' M a y 1,The C a l a i s e x p r e s s , crow^ded Shops Act Muddle. B y a m a j o r i t y of t h r e e t h e v i l l a g e r s of H a r o l d SKETCHING A SAUSAGE. w i t h E n g l i s h p a s s e n g e r s , w h o left t h e G a r e d u

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'OLIVEE TWIST' DIET VIILlOE WITHOUT LIGHT

COSTLY LEGAL HOLIDAY,


"Waiter!" A b u s y C i t y m a n h a d t a k e n his s e a l in a wellknown restaurant. F o r nearly twenty years he bad called " W a i t e r ! " in j u s t tjie s a m e t o n e , a n d H e n r y had always a p p e a r e d with j u s t t h e s a m e precisene.is. . B u t yesterday something had happen'ed, Henry did n o t a p p e a r . I t w a s close u p o n 'i.3t>. C o u l d h e b e d e a d o r ill? T h e n , to t h e old customer's horror.' there slowly a p p e a r e d a b o v e o n e of t h e " b o x e s " H e n r y ' s h e a d , H e w a s calmly eating ! " Sorry, s i r , " h e said, " but m u s t have limch m w u n d e r new Shops A c t . - S h a n ' t b e five m i n u t e s , s i r , " S c e n e s like t h e a b o v e o c c u r r e d ' a l several C i l y r e s t a u r a n t s y e s t e r d a y w h e n , for t h e first t i m e , t h e S h o p s A c t c a m e iiito force. N o t o n l y c u s l o n i c r s , b u t t h e w a i t e r s a n d ^waitresses w e r e s e r i o u s l y i n convenienced . LUNCHEON BY-LAW. ^ U n d e r t h e 'Act e a c h m e m b e r o l t h e stafT in r e s t a u r a n t s m u s t sit d o w n to l u n c h n o t later t h a n 2.30 p . m . A n i n t e r v a l of t h r e e - q u a r t e r s of a n h o u r m u s t b e p r o v i d e d for t h e m e a l b e t w e e n t h e h o u r s of 11.30 a . m . a n d 2.d0 p . m . T h e i n c o n v e n i e n c e c a u s e d a t b i y r e s t a u r a n t s ' c a n b e faintly i m a g i n e d . A t all t h e City r e s t a j i r a n t s t h e l u n c h e o n " r u s h " occurs b e t w e e n those h o u r s , a n d every w a i t e r . o r w a i t r e s s is n e e d e d to serve t h e c u s t o m e r s . A n o t h e r p r o v i s i o n of t h e A c t is t h a t o n a t least o n e d a y of t h e w e e k a s h o p a s s i s t a n t a t e r m w-hich, of c o u r s e , i n c l u d e s w a i t e r s s h a l l n o t b e e m p l o y e d after 1.30 p . m . T h i s , m e a n s t h a t a w a i t e r , w'ho d e p e n d s o n tips for a l i v i n g , m u s t l e a v e his w o r k at t h e b u s i e s t t i m e of t h e d a ^ a n d forfeit m u c h of his d a y ' s e a r n i n g s . A t o n r of C i t y r e s t a u r a n t s a n d t e a s h o p s w a s m a d e b y J'/ie Daily Mirror y e s t e r d a y d i i r i n g t h e I n n c h e o n h o u r . A t R e a d ' s R e s t a u r a n t in C h e a p s i d e j u s t b e f o r e 2.30 p . m . f o u r w a i t e r s w e r e sitt i n g a t o n e of t h e t a b l e s e a t i n g t h e i r l u n c h , w h i l e i n a n y c u s t o m e r s w e r e s i t t i n g a t o t h e r t a b l e s continuing their meal, DOUBLE WORK FOR W A I T E R S .

N o r d a t 9.50 this m o r n i n g , a n d w e r e d u e a t C h a r i n g ; C r o s s sit 5.10 p . m . . m e t w i t h a n a c c i d e n t two' m i n u t e s after its d e p a r t u r e . I t w a s c r o s s i n g t h e . p o i n t s close t o t h e s t a t i o n of S t ; D e n i s w h e n a r e s t a u r a n t c o a c h a n d four o t h e r c o a c h e s left t h e rails. A f t e r it h a d t r a v e l l e d a l o n g t h e p e r m a n e n t w a y for 300 y a r d s , t e a r i n g u p t h e s l e e p e r s a n d w r e n c h i n g "the rails f r o m t h e i r fixtures, t h e d r i v e r b r o u g h t tlie t r a i n to a s t a n d s t i l l , T h e r e s t a u r a n t c a r suifered m o s t from t h e accident, and was practically demolished. All the w i n d o w s w e r e b r o k e n a n d t h e glass a n d e a r t h e n ware smashed to'fragments. T h e express was g o i n g at a h i g h r a t e of s p e e d w h e n t h e a c c i d e n t h a p p e n e d , b u t of t h e p a s s e n g e r s o n l y o n e m a n a n d a little g i r l w ' e r c ' h u r t b y f r a g m e n t s of b r o k e n glass, A n e m p l o y e e on t h e r e s t a u r a n t c a r w a s also h u r t b y b r o k e n g l a s s , a n d a l i r a k e m a n w a s briiised: T h e t r a i n v/as sent off i n , t w o p o r t i o n s . T h e accid e n t h a p p r n e i l t o t h e first sectiouj w'hich w a s d e layed an hour. T h e s e c o n d s e c t i o n , w h i c h followed five m i n u t e s l a t e r , w a s s e n t t o (I'alais b y a l o n g e r r o u t e I t w a s at first r e p o r t e d t h a t t h e a c c i d e n t w a s d u e to. an a c t of c r i m i n a l s a b o t a g e , b u t n e i t h e r t h e g u a r d , w h o m a d e a close e x a m i n a t i o n of t h e l i n e , n o r t h e officials a c c e p t this t h e o r y .

W h a t h e m e a n t w h e n h e said ' ' T h i s is w o r s e t h a n O l i v e r T w i s t " w a s e x p l a i n e d y e s t e r d a y to M r , J u s tice A . T . L a w r e n c e ' s c o u r t b y M r . F r e d e r i c k Griffin, o n e of t h e d e f e n d a n t s in t h e s l a n d e r a c t i o n b r o u g h t b y Miss I v e n s , p r o p r i e t r e s s of Y o r k H o u s e School, Swanley. M r . a n d M r s . Griffin's d a u g h t e r E v e l y n w a s at Y o r k H o u s e as a b o a r d e r for a m o n t h last y e a r . H e r f a t h e r a n d m o t h e r t h e n c a m e t o fetch h e r away. It w a s then that certain statements about t h e f e e d i n g of t h e p u p i l s , said to b e s l a n d e r o u s b y Miss I v e n s , w e r e u t t e r e d by M r . Cirifiin a n d his wdfe. W'hen p r o c e e d i n g s w e r e r e s u m e d M r . M a r s h a l l H a l l , K . C . , counsel for Miss t v e n s , h a d s o m e q u e s t i o n s in c r o s s - e x a m i n a t i o n to p u t to "the girl E v e l y n . S h e a d m i t t e d t h a t tiie p r o p r i e t r e s s w a s " fairly kind " t o her." BREAD "GBEEN WITH MOULD." S h e p e r s i s t e d in h e r s t a t e m e n t t h a t she h a d seen b r e a d so m o u l d y t h a t it w a s g r e e n w h e n b r o u g h t to t a b l e . '"Mother h a s a loud .voice," she said, w h e n M r . H a l l a s k e d , in c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e s c e n e w h e n E v e l y n w a s fetched a w a y , h o w far M r s . Griffin's ordinary tones would reach, W h e n M r s . Griffin b e g i m h e r e v i d e n c e , h o w e v e r , s h e s p o k e so softly t h a t s h e h a d t o b e toid t o s p e a k up. She gave Mr, H a i l some information about d r i p p i n g , b u t w a s u n a b l e t o tel! h i m w h a t i m p r e s sion w a s m a d e on h e r m i n d b y w h a t h e r h u s b a n d said a b o u t '' O.liver T w i s t , " S h e h a d n o t r e a d Oliver T w i s t " ? M r . GrifTni, on t h e o t h e r h a n d , h a d h a d t h a t p l s a s u r c . H i s r e f e r e n c e t o O l i v e r T w i s t , h e exp l a i n e d , m e a n t that t h e skilly served o u t to O l i v e r w o u l d h a v e b e e n p r e f e r a b l e t o t h e diet of t h e girls at Y o r k H o u s e . M r . H a l l , witi) a c o p y of " O l i v e r T w i s t " i n h a n d , a s k e d t h e w i t n e s s if h e d i d n o t r e m e m b e r t h e tall v o r a c i o u s b o y , son of a c o o k - s h o p k e e p e r , w h o s a i d t h a t s o m e t h i n g w o u l d h a p p e n if h e d i d n o t g e t n>ore f^ruel. W a s n o t slow s t a r v a t i o n d e s c r i b e d in " Oliver T w i s t ? " M r . Griffin a g a i n a s s e r t e d t h a t h e h a d o n l y m e a n t to c o m p a r e t h e foods.

W^ood, E s s e x a d e l i g h t f u l c o u n t r y d i s t r i c t , fifteen m i l e s from i - o n d o n , a n d b o a s t i n g 1,500 i n h a b i t a n t s h a v e d e c l a r e d t h e m s e l v e s for. t h e p r o p o s a l t o illum i n a t e t h e r o a d s at n i g h t . B u t it is n e c e s s a r y t o r a two-thirds majority, and, therefore, the proposal w a s lost.

F o r y e a r s t h e blisiness m e n in t h e district havo b e e n a g i t a t i n g for light, so m u c h s o , i n d e e d , t h a t t h e i r efforts h a v e a l r e a d y b e e n t h e m e a n s of l a m p standards being erected. B u t t h a t is a s far as m a t t e r s h a v e p r o g r e s s e d . T h e r e is still n o g a s , a n d b i r d s h a v e t a k e n a d v a n t a g e of t h e s e m a n - m a d e e r e c t i o n s to b u i l d nests o n t o p of t h e m . L e a d i n g r e s i d e n t s , w h o a r e o w n e r s of l a r g e h o u s e s , h a v e to b e c o n t e n t w i t h oil l a m p s to l i g h t their h o u s e s , b e c a u s e t h e f a r m e r s a s s e r t t h a t t h e b r i l l i a n t i l l u m i n a t i o n of g a s w o u l d a d v e r s e l y affect their c r o p s . M r . J o h n P a g e , o n e of t h e r e s i d e n t s in favour of m o r e light in llie v i l l a g e , h a s , wdth t h e c o - o p e r a t i o n of o t h e r r e s i d e n t s , p r e p a r e d a p a m p h l e t , w h i c h says; One gentleman olairas that the Creator intended his cvdps to be ill darkaosa during tlio night, otherwise ha would have provided ft liaht. By the aame argument,., being boin without a shirt, wo should so about naked. L e t t e r s h a v e b e e n a d d r e s s e d to M r . P a g e , " J , P a g e , Ks(j., Paraffin J u n c t i o n , H a r o l d W o o d , Essc.^," a n d they have reached him without d e l a y .

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A n e x c i t i n g c h a s e a f t e r j e w e l t h i e v e s w a s witn e s s e d in S o u t h a m p t o n - r o w , W . C , s h o r t l y after noon yesterday, M r . H a r r y A a r o n s o n , a d i a m o n d m e r c h a n t , of " W h a t m a n feels like h a v i n g his m i d d a v m e a l a t W i t h y - ^ r o v e , M a n c h e s t e r , w a s a t t e m p t i n g t o m o u n t t h a t h o u r ? " h e s a i d , " B u t , in p r d e r t o "serve o u r a n o m n i b u s w h e n h e w a s h u s t l e d b y s o m e m e n , o n e of \ y h o m stote f r o m h i s p o c k e t a w a l l e t c o n t a i n customers, t h e m e n must get their lunche^ over, " T h e e n f o r c e d h a l f - h o l i d a y m e a n s t h a t t h e staf! i n g d i a m o n d s , , i a r g o o n s , r u b i e s , p e a r l s a n d s a p will p r o b a b l y h a v e t o b e i n c r e a s e d . T h e w h o l e A c t p h i r e s of t h e ' v a l u e of Ji'i,5(iQ. for t h e C i t y c a t e r i n g t r a d e is a b s u r d a n d ' p r e T h e m e n then hurried a w a y , .and an exciting posterous." c h a s e e n s u e d , wdiich' e n d e d in t h e c a p t u r e of o n e H o w a r e w a i t r e s s e s at t e a s h o p s alTected? A t of t h e m e n , wdio will b e b r o u g h t u p a t B o w - s t r e e t t h e K i n g ' s H a l l C a f e , C h e a p s i d e , I'ke Daily "to-day. Mirror found e i g h t e e n i n d i g n a n t w a i t r e s s e s , w h o I n their flight o n e o f t h e m e n d r o p p e d t h e w a l l e t , will b e s e r i o u s l y aftected b y t h e A c t . a n d it w a s afteiw^ards p i c k e d u p w i t h t h e j e w e l s H e r e a v e r y l a r g e n i i d d a y t r a d e is d o n e , a n d t h e i n t a c t , a n d h a n d e d t o t h e p o l i c e . N o n e of t h e girls will h a v e to lose a l m o s t a d a y ' s g r a t u i t i e s b y s t o n e s h a d b e e n absfiracted, so t h a t M r . A a r o n s o n will s u s t a i n n o loss. "leavijig a t 1.30 i ) . m . " T h e girls m u s t b e o u t of t h e b u i l d i n g b y t h a t t i m e , " said the manageress, " and they m a y not even g o to their j o o m to r e a d or r e s t for a w n i l e . "

Those waiters who h a d h a d their food were doing " d o u b l e - s h i f t " dulyserving the tables a l l o c a t e d to t h e o t h e r m e n w h o w e r e l u n c h i n g . " H o w w e s h a l l g e t oyer t h e difficulty of t h e h a l f - h o l i d a y I c a n n o t s a y , " s a i d Ii[r. R e a d . " O u r waiters one a n d all are strongly a g a i n s t the enforced hoiidaj-. " T h e y o n l y w o r k a few h o u r s d u r i n g t h e d a t , a n d to Ipavc at 1.30 p . m . m e a n s t h e loss of a d a y ' s t i p s to t h e m , \ " T h e .enfojccd m e a l d u r i n g (he b u s i e s t h o u r s of t h e d a y is also a loss to t h e m . " A w a i t e r a t a w e l l - k n o w n i i e e t - s t r c e t t a v e r n said t h a t h e w o u l d lose b e t w e e n 7s. a n d 8s. a w e e k b y h a v i n g t o t a k e a n a f t e r n o o n oil. " I t will m e a n t h e loss of a d a y ' s e a r n i n g s , " h e s a i d , " a n d I m i g h f j u s t a t well h a v e t h e w h o l e d a y off. I u n d e r s t a n d t h a t I m u s t n ' t t a k e a n o t h e r tenil)Orary j o b on m y a f t e r n o o n Off," At Sweeting's Restaurant, Fleet-street, t h e mana g e r told T/ie Daily Mirror that the Shops Act m e a n t one-lialf of t h e w a i t e r s h a v i n g t h e i r l u n c h a t 10.30 a . m . ! INDIGNANT WAITRESSES.

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M r . H a l l ; D o y o n r e a l l y b e l i e v e t h a t a cpiarter of a siuisrige w a s s e r v e d to e a c h girl at b r e a k l a s t ? ' '' I b e l i e v e v^'hat m v child s a y s , " r e t o r t e d M r , Griflin. ' - , " H o w m o u l d y b r e a d w a s s e r v e d for b r e a k f a s t andt h e n , w h e n t h e girls r e f u s e d it, b r o u g h t u p a g a i n for t e a , w a s t h e s u b j e c t of t h e e v i d e n c e of M i s s A m y C h u r c h w a r d , w h o u s e d t o b e a . p u p i l at York House. H e r sister E m i l y , t h e next w i t n e s s , s p o k e a b o u t b a d d r i p p i n g b e i n g p u t on t h e t a b l e . A t t h e s a m e meal the bread was mouldy. " M r . M a i j h a l l H a l l w a s a n x i o u s -to k n o w t h e exact size of t h e q u a r t e r s a u s a g e s . H e h a n d e d E m i l y a p i e c e of p a p e r 'and ijencil, a n d to'ld h e r to m a k e a s k e t c h . S h e d r e w t h e p i c t u r e a m i d laughter. M i s s .Ellen M a r y G r e e n , f o r m e r l y a m i s t r e s s a t Y o r k H o u s e , told" t h e C o u r t t h a t it w a s s h e w h o c u t t h e s a u s a g e s u p i n t o little p i e c e s . " T h e y w e r e a b o u t as b i g a s t h i s , " s h e s a i d , m a r k i n g off a s m a l l s p a c e o n h e r forefinger. T h e h e a r i n g was again ad.jonrned. ( P h o t o g r a p h ^ o n p a g e s 8. a n d .)

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CHAOS IN MANCHESTER.
(Fi'om Out- Own Cort'cspondent.)
M A N C H S S T K B , M a y 1.Both confusion a n d ind i g n a t i o n p r e v a i l e d in M a n c h e s t e r t o - d a y over t h e S a n i t a r y C o m m i t t e e ' s a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of t h e S h o p Hours Act. Leading shopkeepers declared that the committee is ridiculous in its refusal t o g r a n t a n e x e m p t i o n t o s h o p s i n s i d e t h e t w o - m i l e s h o p p i n g area in t h e , c e n t r e of t h e city, T h e council h a s d i s c u s s e d t h e c o m m i t t e e ' s a c t i o n , a n d b y fifty-four votes t o thirty-s,even s e n t b a c k i t s . p r o p o s a l s for c o m p u l s o r y c l o s i n g , M a n y shoi>keepers d e c l a r e t h e y will n o t close, and t h e Retail T r a d e r s ' Association has decided to (juote an a p p l i c a t i o n t o - m o r v o w in t h e D i v i s i o n a l C o u r t for a r u l e nisi for a m a n d a m u s a g a i n s t t h e corporation, Many paradoxical situations have arisen, J.Iessrs. L e w i s , w h o s e e s t a b l i s h m e n t s in L i v e r pool a n d B i r m i n g h a m c a n b e o p e n , m u s t , i n M a n c h e s t e r , close if t h e c o m m i t t e e r e m a i n s a r b i t r a r y . One thousand shopkeepers have signed a statem e n t n o t to o b e y t h e A c t u n l e s s a n e x e m p t i o n is g r a n t e d in M a n c h e s t e r a n d d i s t r i c t . Confusion has spread also to milk d e a l e r s , and t h e y h a v e , in raanj; i n s t a n c e s , d e c l i n e d t o a c c e p t their legal exemption u n d e r ' the Act. " A s t o t h e m i l k for t h e c h i l d r e n , " s a i d a d a i r y m a n to The Daily Mirror, " mothers must prov i d e it in t h e m o r n i n g . "

W a r r a n t Issued at Bedford Holding Many

f o r A r r e s t of M a n

Public Oftices.

A w a r r a n t h a s b e e n i s s u e d a t B e d f o r d for t h e a r r e s t of F r a n k S p o o n e r , D i r e c t o r of E d u c a t i o n i n B e d f o r d s h i r e , wdiose d i s a p p e a r a n c e h a s m y s t i f i e d that town. " T h e w a r r a n t , it is s t a t e d , 1ms b e e n issued on a c h a r g e pf m i s a p p r o p r i a t i o n of council f u n d s . T h e c h a r g e iiivolves a s u m of 7^, b u t . it is a l l e g e d that there are further c h a r g e s i n relation to other s u m s , t h e t o t a l a m o u n t of w h i c h is a p p r o x i m a t e l y jiSjOOO. I t is b e l i e v e d t h a t S p o o n e r is n o w in London, T h e m i s s i n g official h o l d s m a n y p u b l i c offices, b e i n g s e c r e t a r y of t h e L u t o n M o d e r n S c h o o l a n d s e c r e t a r y " to t h e m a n a g e m e n t c o m m i t t e e of t h e Bedfordshire F.vening I n s t i t u t i o n . H e w a s presidenf of t h e B e d f o r d S u n d a y S c h o o l U n i o n . SIGN LANGUAGE IN COURT.

A remarkable case came before M r . Justice Barg r a v e D e a n e in t h e D i v o r c e C o u r t y e s t e r d a y o n t h e p e t i t i o n of, M r s . M a r j o r i e C a n n e y . f o r m e r l y of W a l t i n g S o n , S u r r e y , for a d e c r e e a g a i n s t h e r h u s b a n d , Mr, E . B . C a n n c y , a wine merchant. T h e h u s b a n d , it w a s s a i d , i n t r o d n c t ' d a c e r t a i n w o m a n to n u r s e his v.dfe w h e n s h e w a s i i r i n 11)07, a n d from t h a t t i m e i n s i s t e d o n t h i s w o m a n , w i t h wdiom h e c o m m i t t e d m i s c o n d u c t , ^ r e m a i n i n g , in t h e h o u s e . . F i n a l l y {he couple-wcnt^off t o A u s t r a l i a t o g e t h e r , T h e ease was undefended, and t h e question the Court h a d to decide was whether the_.husband's Young Man Described by Magistrate as Illusc o n d u c t in b r i n g i n g t h e o t h e r wi>,man t o his h o u s e tration of Old Adage. a m o u n t e d t o lejja! c r u e l t y . H i s ' L o r d s h i p s a i d h e c o u k l n o t find it d i d , a n d t h e wife t h e r e f o r e w a s o n l v e n t i t l e d to a j u d i c i a l s e p a r a t i o n if she w a n t e d A s t r a n g e s t o r y of h o w .100 w a s s c a t t e r e d b r o a d it. ' cast in F l e e t - s t r e e t w a s t o l d y e s t e r d a y at t h e Mansion House. l i t t h e d o c k w a s C h a r l e s G r e e n , a .well-dressed T H E POLICEMAN'S DISGUISE. y o u n g m a n , w h o , it w a s s t a l e d , h a d b e e n s t a y i n g a t t h e H o l e ! C'Ccil. H e w a s c h a r g e d w i t h c r e a t i n g A t t h e T h a m e s P o l i c e C o n r t y e s t e r d a y C o n - a t l i s t n r b a n c e in a p u b l i c tht>roughfare. s t a b l e M a l l e t t , a p l a i n - c l o t h e s officer, t o l d t h e T h e m a g i s t r a t e said t h a t C r e e n w a s an illustram a g i s t r a t e t h a t w h e n h e a r r e s t e d a m a n h e s a i d : t i o n of t h e o l d a d a g e of " a fool a n d his m o n e y " ""You look m o r e like a b u r g l a r t h a n a police- b e i n g soon p a r t e d , a n d discharged h j m . I t was m a n . " M r . L e y c e s t e r , l o o k i n g a t t h e officer, r e - s t a t e d t h a t G r e e n a d o p t e d t h a t m e a n s of d i s t r i b t i t . plied : " Q u i t e true, isn't i t ? " i n g c h a r i t y , a n d t h a t h e t i m s g o t r i d of ^ 1 0 0 .

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W h e n a deaf m u t e , n a m e d K a t e S c o t t , w a s c h a r g e d at M o r p e t h y e s t e r d a y w i t h a t t e m p t i n g s u i c i d e in t h e s e a at N e w b i g g i n , s h e a l l e g e d b y d u m b s h o w t h a t t h e c a u s e w a s i l l - u s a g e at h o m e . She was. remanded. B e l l s w e r e r u n g a n d r o y a l s a l u t e s fired a t W i n d s o r y e s t e r d a y in h o n o u r of t h e D u k e of C o n n a u g h t ' s ftixty-second b i r t h d a y .

P A R I S , M a y 1.-Vedrines, w h o w a s i n j u r e d b y a fall a t t h e b e g i n n i n g of a flight t o M a d r i d , is n o w p r o n o u n c e d to b e o u t of d a n g e r , A T T A C K ON SCHOOLBOY,

L e f t u n a t t e n d e d o n an i n c l i n e a t W i l l e s d e n y e s * terdav. a perambulator containing a sleeping b a b y r a n d o w n h i l l , crossed t h e c a n a l t o w i n g - p a t h , a n d d i v e d i n t o t h e w a t e r . T h e b a b y w-as r e s c u e d little t h e w o r s e for its i m m e r s i o n , b y "Walter N o r w o o d j w h o d i v e d i n t o t h e wafer. With mother serious house. severe w o u n d s o n their wrists, a W e y b r i d g e a n d c h i l d , n a m e d M i l l s , w e r e f o u n d in 4 c o n d i t i o n y e s t e r d a y in t h e b a t h r o o m of %.

' T h e l a d P r i m m e t t , of W e l w y n ( H e r t s j . w h o w a s a t t a c k e d u n d p r m y s t e r i o u s c i r c u m s t a n t e s on S u n d a y , is still u n c o n s c i o u s , a n d g r a v e fears a r e e n t e r tained.

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** S u i t a b l e t o t h e n%Ckstde!ioate S t o m a c h s " Dear Sirs,-"Some, tirne since I became a victim of phthisis, ai?d r.ipidly lost weight. -When, however, oh the advice of my doctor, I availed myself of Angler's ICmnJsioii my health began to mend, and I.qiiickly piit onflesh. T h e Kmulsion is Ruitab!c to the most delicate stomac.h ; my digestion was never hindered nor my appetite lessened by its action. - Its influence upon the pulmonary organs is most beneficial, while it certiunly fortifies the system in a marked degree. No'- medicine I have hitherto taken has hern fio cfitcacious. Unlike other eirtulsions, it do'-'s not offend t h e palate, itsflavotir is delicate, a n d ! was able to take it with relish. (Sd.) , J ; S. SB.EXU.DA.'^, Journalist.

A New Musical Comedy by AUSTEN HURGON, Music by RICHARD FALL.


The following Press notices, taken at random, amply testify to the stupendous achieved by " A r m s and the Girl": ' . Guccess

G. P. HUNTLEY.
. . , " ' A r m s iind the flirl.' proihicetl n l i l i e London Hippodrome hist iii^iit, the mu^ic is lively ahd tuneful. ^tK. C . >'. i-lt'NTJ-JsV was ihv serge:iiif-maJ!)r o{ a ' c r a c k ' regiment, and the amiienee r.-iarcd with laiiffhfer at iie.irlv-'evcrvtbing be" said : fils;> a t curtain fall tliev rapturouslv applauded MR.-IIUNTJ-.EY, M I S S - D E ' S O U S A , MISS-JKAN-AVLWI,K, and all concerned, and called vocift-rou^ly for ihe author and composer."DAH.V MAT!..

MAY
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DE SOUSA.
P l e a s a n t t o T a k o ; Aids Digestiona Ang,ier':i-Emulsion is soothing and healing to the entire mucous ti'act, thi'oat, liings, .stomach.and intestUies. It not only heals and streiigthQns weak iungs, biit'jt promotes ap.pelite, aids digestion, and has a wonderfully invigorating tonic inlitience upon the general health. Angler's Emulsion is invaluable for coughs and lung affections, digestive and bowel disorders, "run down" conditions, and all wasting diseases. Pleasant to, take and acceptable to the mo.st delicaw stomach, it can be taken' with equal advantage in Bummer or winter.

' " A l l the epithets that one applies lo brilliiuit ami sparkling musical coiiiedy naturally, occifr to.one's, mind,in reviewiuj; tliis new piece, for it has the bi:st Qualities o Viennese lij^ht'opera and none of the-,worst'of our own.' With its pretty staging aiid delightfurdresscs > A K M S A N D T H K T T I R L ' is sure to attract large aiidicnccs to the Hippodrome,"Tin-: DATIA' ' J ' K T . E C T R A P H .

Of all Cheiiiiits, and 4 6.

JEAN AYLWIN.
' " A R M S A N D T H E G I R L , ' at the H U ' P O D R O M K , is quite ' j l l y . ' . MR. A U S T E N n U R G O N ' S dialogue, MR. K I C H A K D F A L L ' S music, the chorus and dresses are all ' j o l t y . ' MR. C . P . H U N T L E Y is the jolHest of everything. He lias been too loni,^ awav, and he cnies back to ns the same G. P . Huntley we adore. H e kept us laughmj,' all the time. Then there was MISS MAY DK .SOUSA as his sweetheart. M I S S A Y L W t N was absolutely roguish. MR. I V D . R ' W A L T E R S , s a n g admirably, and the chorus w-as exceflent, and, so far as the ladies are concerned, decidedly pretty. MR. FALLbrother of L E O - h a s provided some catchy music, and-altogether the H I P P O D R O M E may he proud of its musical coinedietta." EVENING STANDARD. ,

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Thei-e are three numbers in " A R M S A N D T H E GIRL " which took the audience by'storm o n ' t h e first night of t h e production. They are : 1. " L I T T L E G I R L " waltzsong b y M A Y D E S O U S A and full chorus. 2 . f ' O C H . A Y E ! MR. SOLDIER M A N , " Scotch song, by J E A N A Y L W I N and G. P. HUNTLEY. 3 . " G I R L S BRIGADE" March by Chorus of 2 4 Girls.

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G. R HUNTLEY a s Sergeant-Major J o h n MAY DE SOUSA JEAN AYLWIN


a s Elsie Manners, Chorus of 6$ and Augmented a s Margaret Orchestra of 42 McCurdie. Instrumentalists

Ovei' JO ye.vs ago tlie late i.ovA l!i.iucotisrieIil tijstilied lb the beiielit9,lie recelvcil fi'om IlIMJIOU'S CIJRE, and evei-y post brliins n3'shllai' letters to-'iiay. , . , F a m e d f o r 40 V e a r s .
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THIS

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THUESnAY,

MAY 2, 1912.

HKRK was a very large attendance at Newmarket y.esterflay to witness the great race for the Two Th-ou.sand Guineas. The weather : was ail that one could desiremuch \v:\rmer th:\n on the opening day of the meeting. The King, wearing '.\ buttonhole in his overcoat, arrived-nboiit a quarter-past one, motoring up from the ,Jockey Chib rooms. Tn attendance were Sir Charles Cust and Sir Frederick I'onsonby, who has recently returned from abroad. In the stand set apart for the use of members of the ,[ock.ey Olub were lo be seen Ix)rd Harewood, I.-oixl Durham, I.ord Derby, Lord Dowiie, Sir

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A G N A Carta was undoubtedly a vcr^y gt'eat d a t e i n E n g l i s h history. It is still r e m e m b e i ' c d b y s c h o o l .boys, a n d r a n k s in t h e i r m i n d s with t h a t o t h e r d r a m a t i c e v e n t , t h e loss of K i n g C h a r l e s , h i s h e a d . A n d , e v e n a f t e r we l e a v e s c h o o l , we r e m e m b e r t h e G r e a t C h a r t e r o c c a s i o n a n y v we r e m e m b e r it w h e n e v e r a b e n e v o l e n t G o v e r n m e n t b r i n g s in a Bill d e s i g n e d t o r e m e d y t h e c o n d i t i o n s of life in a n y i n d u s t r y . S u c h r e m e d i e s , b y force of P a i - l i a m 9 n t , such A c t s , w h e n a p p l i e d , i n v a r i a b l y - g e t c a l l e d C h a r t e r s . If y y u insist, b y p r e a m b l e and statute, that coalheavcrs shall not heave c o a l for m o r e t h a n t w e n t y - f o u r h o u r s a t a stretch, that is, at once, the Coalheavers' C h a r t e r . : , T h e C h i l d r e h ' s C h a r t e r we h a v e a l l h e a r d of. T h e Ratepayers', Charter .we are i w a i t i n g for. O b l i g a t o r y h a l f - h o l i d a y s , Ainner-rtime b e t w e e n -11.30 a n d 2.30 eacii d a y , t w e n t y m i n u t e s ' r e s t i n e v e r y six h o u r s ' w o r k , fihie "for tea if e m p l o y e d b e t w e e n 4 p . m . a n d

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7 p.m., seats for Assistants \vhosc work is


' m a i n l y standing workthese clauses. In, a bodyi c o n s t i t u t e t h e S h o p A s s i s t a n t s ' C h a r t e r , w h i c h c a m e i n t p ^ w o r k i n g , o r a t least i n t o i t s first a t t e m p t a t g e t t i n g to w o r k , y e s t e r d a y . \ V c w a l k e d i n t o a g o o d m a n y s h o p s yesterd a y , c u r i o u s to k n o w h o w a G r e a t C h a r t e r is set g o i n g . - , O u r first i m p r e s s i o n \vas of a w i d e difference b e t w e e n 1215 a n d 1912. T h e Barons positively w r u n g their Charter from a n a u g h t y f r o w a r d K i n g , w h a g o t a n g r y a n d b i t his, n a i l s a n d e v e n o t h e r p e o p l e ' s faces, a n d g a v e t h e v e r y l e a s t h e p o s s i b l y c o u l d , in v i e w , of his s i t u a t i o n on a piece of l a n d s u r r o u n d e d n o t o n l y b y w a t e r b u t by Barons., T h e G r e a t C h a r t e r w a s w r u n g f r o m a n u n i v i l l i n g Crowui. T h e m o d e r n C h a r t e r is forced u p o n d i s s e n t i e n t peoiJle. . . T h e r e is n o d o u b t t h a t m a n y shop p e o p l e a r e c r o s s a b o u t it, T h e y w'ill e v a d e it if t h e y c a n . T h a t i s , e m p l o y e r s w h o a r e .cross w i l l , b y d e v i o u s d e v i c e s , " g e t r o u n d " on t h e protected employee. An a n g r y e m p l o y e r , w i t h h i s t e m p e r r o u s e d , forced t o do b a r e j u s t i c e , is g e n e r a l l y w o r s e for t h e e m p l o y e e t h a n t h e g o o d - t e m p e r e d e m p l o y e r w h o , of his own accord, exercises a certain benevolence. I n o n e w a y or a n o t h e r , w h e n , t h e e m p l o y e r is v e x e d , h e m a n a g e s t o ' p a s s it o n to t h e e m p l o y e e . T h e l a t t e r g e t s h i s forced h o l i d a y s from G o v e r n m e n t , s u p p o s e . B u t the e m p l o y e r c o m e s t o h i m a n d s a y s : " N o h o l i d a y m o n e y h e n c e f o r w a r d , " So h i s h o l i . d a y is u s e l e s s t o h i m t h e c a s e q u o t e d ha_s ^been k n o w n , . A l w a y s t h e m a n w i t h t h e u p p e r h a n d w i n s : t h e o t h e r ' m a n pays.' Thus " m o d e r n C h a r t e r s do less t h a n t h e y m i g h t dbi

THE TITANIC-FACTQ AND SUGGESTIONS. ^.In the case ol the a.s. Titanic, the sjiecia! construction of the ship with boilers in small grouijsi in separate compartments appears to have enabled the engines driving-the dynamos to have continued at work long after' the collision. Tn mosi sliips such a collision would have ahnost immediately allowed water to rush into the boiler rooms and One of the most beautiful women to be seen imt out the (ires, thus shutting down the engine;; Was Lady Beatrice Pole Carew, who vyas dressed and throwing the ship into darkness, wliichj unin gold tissue with' diamond bandeaux in her donbteiily. would have increased (he loss of hfe. hair. Lady Salisbury wore some beautiful diaThe White .Star Gompany evidently realised thi.s monds with a black and silver toilette, and other possibility when de.signing the s.s. Titanic, but notabilities present iiichided Priscilla Lady a fnrthcr development by the same company in Annesley and Lady Clare Annesley, Evelyn Lady the same (iirection will perhaps interest your AHngton,. Lady Northhrook (who was in black readers. and while with a wonderful headdress of diaWe refer to an installation which a little while ago monds and feathers), Colonel Cook and nearly we instaJled on the new Wliite Star liner Megantic. on behalf of the White Star Company and Messrs. Ilarland and Wolff, having FASHIONABLE EVENING HEAODfiESSES. for its object the cyntinuance of the Marconi apparatus and of a considerable |Hiiti<n) of the lights, even after the whole of tJie steam machinery below ha.'; been stopped by an accident such as thai mentioned above. In this scheme a 45-b.h.p. Mirrlees-Oiesel oil engine made by us and directly connected to a d y n a m o i s installed on an upper deck, and from the dynamo. ;i separate circut is taken round the sliip and connected with litdits fixed :in the main passages, cohipanion ways, saloons, etcriiis circuit is also arranged to i>rovi(le lights in the neif,dibourhood of the boats, in addition to being connected with the AL'irc<in! apparativs. _ From the above deserij)lion it will be seen that m case of a serious disastei' snch as that on tlie s.s. Titanic a supply of e'lectricity would be continued on board the ship, and give light for the free movement of people about the ship, also for the laimehin^ of the boats, as well as ^ivin,tf current for the wueless telegraphy, ri^dit til) to the last moment when ihe upper deck sinks below the sea. the ball was at its height, 300 and'"400 people present. remarkiibly well in a pale gown and a diamond. tiara emeralds and diamonds.
MlKRI.KKS BiCKi'.RTON AND D A Y , L T D .

Ha/el Grove, Stockport. Mr, Liddle's ancient dilemma of half-thought, " I f God made the Jiero, who made the coward?" !, cnide. The existence of the hero proves (.Sod, but the existence o( ihe coward does not disprove God, Friday asked why God did not lull the devil. When logic fails, sight succeeds. " G o d made the hero " is a simple report of how it strikes us. The hero acts, with reference to life, -IS an infinite. There are thousands of things that we cannot understand, but is Unit any reason why wc should shut our eyes to the obvious? Heroism is divine.
KDWARD Wir.i.wORT':.

Barwick - road, Gate, v..

Forest

THE SHOPS ACT. What a relief (o thouT h e A n c i e n t C h a r t e r , h o w e v e r , , w a s in t h e sands will the Shops Act .same fix. K i n g s d i s r e g a r d e d it. Naughty be! But what about J o h n was followed by obstinate Henry. B u t , clerks? The ('ity and Grealt a g o n y of e y e a n d m i n d h a s b e e ^ c a u e e d of l a t e b y t h e p l u m e s w h i c h wwomen i n s i s t u p o n w e a r historians tell us, t h a t d i d n ' t ' m a t t e r at all. Lincoln's Inn arc full of i n g in t h e i r h a i r a t t h e a t r e s in t h e e v e n i n g . No d o u b t t h e s e f a i r p e o p l e will b o g l a d of s o m e m o r e W h a t m a t t e r e d w a s t h e a s s e r t i o n of P r i n them. h i n t s in t h e a r t of m a k i n g t h e m s e l v e s a n u i s a n c e . ciple, limiting tyranny in E n g l a n d . That I am a City clerk, whose hour of departure from the P r i n c i p l e l e d t o fact i n t i m e . O n l y t i m e w a s every officer, of the 1st Life Guards, in which .office varies befsvcen 7, 8, 9, or 10 p.m., and a n y , wanted, Hedworth Meux, I-ord 'Villiers, Sir .Robert Jardine, regiment Mr, George Butler, the son of the tiraa on Saturdays, with an interval of thirty W e a c c e p t t h e c o n s o l a t i o n a n d a p p l y it to Mr. Leopold de Rothschild, Sir Richard Waldie^ hostess, is now serving. Lady Saltoun and Miss minutes for lunch and tea at my desk, Griihth," Major Eustace Loder (just appointed o u r l a t e s t C h a r t e r . I t m u d d l e s a good d e a l , a vSteward of the club), Mr. Frederick Lambton, Fraser, Lady Allendale and Miss Margaret BeauA navvy has an hour for his dinner. Why can't it c a u s e s c o n f u s i o n in m a n y a b u s i n e s s , it iind Lord Coventry,_ who was, as usual, wearing u mont, Mrs, Newhouse (whose dress of white and the Shops Act apply to the poor pen peoi)le? W. vgold brocaded satin was voted very handsome), .enrages m a n y a n e m p l o y e r a n d m a d d e n s tali hat and had ;i' pink carnation in his overcoat. Lady Limerick and Lady Victoria Pery were '* * * m a n y a n e m p l o y e e . F o r t h e m o m e n t (we TO-DAVS DINNER-TABLE TOPICS. Although the weather was warmer, ladies did not others to be seen. j u d g e by w i d e i n q u i r y ) it does n o t seem to * altogether discard their winter clothes, and coats The Shops Act and how it worked yesterdiiy. Complaints be p o p u l a r . B u t i n i t s m u d d l e is b u r i e d a of velvet, serge or or prai.sos of it that you may have hoard. SiiggesUons for MAYTIME. P r i n c i p l e w h i c h T i m e m a y g r a c i o u s l y m a k e and .skirts, chiefly madesides. Amongst the frieze, amendment. were to be seen on all ladies Mr. Ohiirchill on Home Elo~or, lather, on " the Modern Sister, awake! Close not your el'os! good for a l l . I t , a s s e r t s , i n c l a u s e a f t e r who were gathered together on the Jockey Club Eye." t t is nn interesting phra?e~an iiiterosting text, The Day tier hglit discloses! c l a u s e , the, r i g h t of w o r k i n g p e o p l e in o u r stand may be mentioned the DuChess of NewWhnt is the "modern eye '? When does one begin to And the bright Morning doth arise lose it and to acQuiro the ancient oyc? Perhap.i when ons steel i n d u s t r i a l t i m e to a c e r t a i n a m o u n t of castiG, Lady Suffolk (who was attired in mourning), ceases to change one's opinions. It's a sign of h e a l t h Out o her bed of roses. l e i s u r e from w o r k . I t a g r e e s w i t h t h e p o e t Lady Rowena Paterson (who was with her sister, change, Mr. Churchill ohanBca (coin time to time. The Dardanelles exploit of Italy. What will come of i t t in a s s e r t i n g t h a t , b e c a u s e t h e r e ' s s h o p to Lady Noreen Bass), Lady 'Villiers (who came with See the clear sim, the world's bright,eye, Hot water for Italy? In at our window peeping; m i n d , t h e r e n e e d n o t b e n o t h i n g b u t Lady Jardine), Lady Barbara ' Smith and ' her mother, I.ady Coventry; Mrs," Roch fort Maguire, Lo, how he bhishes to espy ,, s h o p , a l w a y s , i n t h e m i n d s of w o r k e r s i n Lady de Trafford (who was sitting with Mrs. Cecil IN MY G A R D K N . Us, idle wenches, sleeping! t h e m . A fnoment h e r e ' a n d t h e r e to forget Bingham), Mrs. Alfred Duggan {one of the most Therefore awake! Make haste, I eay, shop a n d live for t h e s a k e of life !it is a admired women at the meeting), Mrs. Stuigiss, MAY 1.There are many interesting climbing And let us, without staying P r i n c i p l e , a n d , for t h e t r u t h i n i t , m a n y w i l l and others who usually attend the principal race annuals which may be sown now. They are deAll in our gowns of green so gay, excuse the muddle inseparable from all meetings. By the way,' the King will dine with lightfiii subjects for covering fences anil arches, Into the park a-mayiiig! L o r d a n d Lady 'Wolverton to-night at Queensberry bringing of Ideals into Reality, W. M. or for making shade over .some rustic .seat. The House, which is situated at the top of the hill FBOM AN O L D SONGBOOK. popnlar climbing nasturtiums will make a fine leading to the course. * show, even in the driest places, while troparohim Two dances were given, in London last night lobbiannm (especially the fiery scarlet variety) is A THOUGHT FOR TO-DAY. ,. i , . * . , * , . , . X.,adj' Ar.thur Butler's dance at the Ritz HoteJ which were inosf successfuL T h e first, was that a grand annual. "Money brings leisure, but only self-discipline was a delightful affair. Earlier in the evening at the RitK Hotel, given by Mrs. Scoft Robson, The "canary creeper" blooms for several weekjf and ciilliue enable men to make the most of jshqandj-Lord; Arthur Butler gave a dinner-party and the other by Mrs, Lewis Ogii.vv. at 100, .Eaton- and- the annual hop is ifretty for sminv corner^ square;. _ ^ _ ._ , _ ,; ., , _ ::.. ' leisiirt; when fhey have it.Crei^Jiion,. . ' . . : \. ...:.: ;. .\K. Fs T, to about fifty giiests, and about midnightj when

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Mrs. Griffin, the figure nearest the camera.

Gill witncssoh out'-ulc the Law Courts. t j

Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, the defendants in the slander suit brought by Miss Mary fvons, the piopi leti ess of a girls'school at Swanlcy, both went into the witness-box yesterday. Their daughter was al^o cro'^'-ex.inuned by Mr. Maishall Hall,

M.C.C. AND NOTTS OPEN THE FIRST CLASS

There was a delightful surprise for the children in Kensington Gardens yesterday, when they found that the above bronze figure of Peter Panthe gift of Mr. Barrie^had been unveiled during the night.(Daily Mirror photograph.)

Tarrant driving Riley.

C. B. Fry and

T h r e e of the South AfricansG. A. Faulkner, L. J. Tancred and S. J. Snooke- are in the M.C.C. team which is opposing Notts at Lord's, and this fact has added considerably to the interest of the match. Among those present

MISS LOIE FULLER'S "NYMPHS": FIFTEEN

LITTLE ENGLISH

GIRL DANCERS WHO ARE

French audiences are enthusiastic over fifteen English girl dancers who are touring with Miss Loie Fuller. The French people are not used to seeing little girls in theatres,

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Death of Miss Beryl Faber


A VICTIM OF INFLUENZA.

Miss I\eno with one of her pupils.

Mr. Griffin and his daughter, Evelyn.

counsel for the plaintiff. All the above photographs were taken outside the Law Courts, and show the principals in the case. (Daily 'VJirror photogrRphh.)

CRICKET SEASON AT LORD'S YESTERDAY.

Prince Albert.

Riley, of Notts, bowling.

was Prince Albert of Schleswig-Holstein, and above he is seen walking from the nets with C. B. Fry, who is playing for the club.-(Daily Mirror photographs.)

Mrs. Cosmo Hamilton, better known whose death occurred yesterday. Miss the most intellectual of our actresses, Frederick."'(Daily Mirror

as Miss Beryl Fabcr, Fabcr, who was one of is seen above in " Lady photograph.)

^OW TOURING

FRANCE AND DELIGHTING THEIR AUDIENCES

EVERYWHERE

THEY GO.

of all sorts are sent to them daily. The photographs, taken near Marseilles, show: (1) Rubinstein's Valse Capriee. (2} Gazing at goldfish in a pon(}. They always wear

their theatre clothes, and in the woods look like nymphs. Diana danee.{Daily Mirror photographs.)

(3) At play.

(4) Finale of the

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Wrens only, need the encouragement afforded by the right sort, of. nesting "boxes to take up_ their abode at our very doors. Put a little wool into a cigar_ box ^UKI,attach this securely to a post or porch, or what yqii will, sp long,as' the.spot is not too pubhc a one.' A ..hole .should-be made large enough for-.-,:thc. birds-to get in a'ncfout"'of "their habitation. ', Shy but Faithful Habitants of I-t is better, ofcourse, tq buy the regular nesting' tlie-Garden^ TxAes rrfadtf'forthe purpose, which may easily be ob,tain.ed.,",Th?.,t>oses.,;i^ay be placed but in May, but wrens will raise two .broods, so, that they w^ill Admirers 'of i l r . Henry, H a r k n d ' s books and often t a k e ' u p their abode' in bird-houses that are those who had the honour of knowing hfra will re- only put out late in June.member the joy he had in the birds pt the air, how Martins and sparrows arc more bashful, but if he used to sit and cail his little friends around him, the same nesting boxes as tor wrens are put out tor how he would talk to them and feed them, and them at some distance from the house they, too, how, in his works he described ,with consummate win occupy them in time. ' beauty their. " s p e e t : h " niid songs and their inCertain flowers, such as lobelias, ^foxgloves, finitely lovable ways. phloxes,' salvias, petunias, and, above all, honeyAnyone tan make real friends of the birds of the suckle, attract, the t)irds. Peanuts, knotted on a ftir, shy though they be, but they must go the right well-secured string, will bring out some of the more way about opening up an acquaintance. Some daring birds, arid it is,good fun to watch the little birds are wonderfully faithful, and will return creatures tilting themselves' on the'string and swing again and again to the home where they have been kindly treated, and will remember ' the voices of those who have cared for them or given them food and drink. In the spring and summer the .quickest way Xd entice the feathered creatures is to put fresh water in saucers for them to drink and "in shallow bowls for them to bathe in, and, furthermore, to scatter crumbs on the ground for their delectation.

WITH THU BIRDS.

important report has recehtly appeared m most of the London and Provincial newspapers.
Lecture on Cheese and Cheese Making.
A highly interesting lecture on " Cheese and (.'heesemoltiiig " was delivered by Mr. A, Brewer, member of the Institute of Hygiene, at, the Battersea Polytechnie. The lecturer, at the outset, showed the great importance of the quality of the pasture or,feed of the eow providing the milk which formed the raw material for ,the manufacture q! cheese. " "' " H e divided the science of cheesemaking into four parts ; (1) The care of the miik previous to manufacture; (2) the actual manufacture of hard and soft cheese; (3) the care of the complete product, until it reached the consumer; and (4) the advantages of cheese as a substitute for flesh food. Mr. Brewer described in detail the various processes in the makinj[ of clieese and the methods of testing the condition of the finished prodiict. He enunierated some of the 15(i kinds of cheese made in various' countries, dividing them into " h a r d " a n d . " s o f t . " As an example,of ,the, former he tiKik Canadian Cheddar, and of the latter St, Ivel Lactic Clieese, Having referred to -Profes.sor Metchuikofl's researches into the action'of the BaciUu's'BulKarieus, he went on to claim for St. Tvel Cheese great dietetic value ort account of its purity and the fact that it contains an abundance of the organic pho.sphates':' " '" ' ' The makers of St. Ivel Lactic Cheese had, he said, achieved a great success, for they had produced'a cheese which, owing to the rapid actiorf of the special culture used, converted the curd into a cheese ready for, the consumer, and with all the Organic phosphates retained.' H e , personally, strongly advocated the use of this cheese as being pure, digestible, and of high dietetic value. H e hoped that the community would soon aw-aken to the great advantages of cheese generally as a substitute for flesh foods, and of this cheese in particular, which had a health value peculiar to itself. In dealing with the dietetio value of cheese, the lecturer quoted a number of authorities to prove his case, amongst whom were the late Sir Hen^y Thompson, Dr. Hutchison, author of " Food and Dietetics," Dr. Haig, Dr. Bond, Mattieu Williams, and Mr. Eustace Miles,.M.A. The amusing and often lengthy process of bargaining between farmer and buyer was fully described, and this and similar digressions formed a relief to the mass of technical detail with which the lecture abounded, and which gave it a special educative value. Mr,.Brewer was listened to with great attention throughout, and at the conclusion of his lecture was heartily thanke{i for his "interestinjf and scientific exposition " of his subject,

Let the receptacles be inconspicuous in colour and rough 'at the edges so that the birds may easily get a foothold. There are specially made and very picturesque basins mounted on pedestals to be bought; and with these women love to decorate their gardens, b u t ordinary pie(:es of crockery serve the purpose jvell enough. It is best to set down saucers and other receptacles -jii a shady and, if-possible, retired spot, as the birds are .^hy at first and not likely to Ventnre into the o p e n ; and most important is it that the spot chosen should not be near a shrubbery or near any object behind wdiich a cat might hide. In the country all sorts of birds will gather together at our bidding at a" certain hour every day, sparrows, goldfinchcs, woodpeckers, robins, jays, thrushes and many another sweet warbler, Tn London, too, we may bring a happy flock about us, Of all the birds, the robins and wrens will beconie our most familiar friends; will hop at ease on the t a b l e ; iviii visit us regularly through the winter months, andj if they ieave us in the spnng, will bring their young ones to^ make our acquaintance when, they ieave their nests ; but the saucy torhtits ana sparrows are those that will afford us most amusement in return for the hospitality we show them. No. 16,086.'f/te Daily 7\lirror design for a ficliii toilette, a tiecoming flioice lor a matronly wearer, is shown on the left. I t might be c^arried out witli As to the food that the success in caslimero, taffetas and in voile for warm weather. No. 16 087.-binU like best, why, crumbs Tha Daily Mirror design on thn right is also planned for a raatron, who will find the lincis ol trimming at each side of the front of tJie bodice and ekirt of-bread and those seeds that very beoomin, to the figure. Tbe jjovel. waistcoat adds distinction - to. the .are usuaily sold for birds in design. Flat paper patterns of the designs, 64d. each, or made up, with confmement, hemp, canaryflat. -HB. 9d. eack. Apply fo^ all patterns to .the MaiiBgeteas, The Daily seed and the like, besides Mirror Paper Pattern Department,'390; Regent-street, I.ondoa, W. shreds of cooked potato and fat and bits of raw apple, raisins and other fruits will make a feast for the ing cunning'ly round'to'extract the kefnels-dr the little 'things. . LWe may get ,m.uch insight.into the special charae,, teristics of the birds by watching them when they CONSULTATION DAY. are at their ease, and they will hftver ..about our doors, peck at the panels for admittance, and even feed out of cur hands in time. R e p l i e s t o I n t e r e s t i n g Problems in Matters of D r e s s arid Doriiesticity. I n . little doubts and difficulties' many of our readers turn to us, and we are glad to give them all the help that lies in our power. Correspondents should state their questions as shortly as possible, and give names and addresses.
TO-DAV'S ANSWERS J O CiORRESPONOENTS. To the correspoiident v.ho seat me a pattern of cretonne which, by the w^y, I think is very prettyI reeommend white distempered wails Eor.hcr room or white paper.' It is very. fashio'iiable, looks delightfully countrified, and in a sunny bedroom wouid be cool in effect; avldrcover. it is sn inejipensive choice^ Then, again, as my correspondent tolls me the'paint ill the room is. green arid she does not wish to change it, it would be ic.perfect harmony with the walls and the cretonne, for the cretonne has a white baekgrOurid and there is plenty' of'green foliage iii the design'.. If'paiat^ ing wero to be done .1 should suggest ,Wliite tor- the paint a,^ weil as for the walls, Prepare all the colours for the cretonne. , ' ' ' '..',M. S. writes from the Channel Islands about an invasion at ants in hei: house. I agree with her tliat,-tliey are very aHnoying. I-wonder whether tile house is covered entirely or partially with ivy, for I have heard tliat thick ivy induces the presence of ants. If this b e e o I should advise M. 9. to h'Sve tho ivy .well thinned and to keep it thinned. She should also.try the remedy,,in the cupboards most infested by'^the ants of having them limewashed. I.have heard o a recent case in which this plan.has.been found most successfiil. Another method is to strew the ciiphoards with bdiracid acid, which ants do not like. Perhaps.some other correspondent could give M. 8. a hint as to other tried aiid successful remedies. :L. B, should rub' her white chip h-it'with leroon juice. cutting tho lemon in two for the purpose end paying: particular attention to, tho parts that have become sunburnt. Has she tried French chalk, ruhbing it thickly over the.hat, . leaving it for twenty-four hours'and then briislting it ofl! I wonder whether at the town hall or some other official centre in her city M. G. P . could find out exactly what she. . requires to know. . ?erhaps there is some special regulatloa in Scotland. - ' ' " ' , .- i

The above is a convincing proof of the value of St. Ivel Lactic Cheese as an article of food. Apart from its health - giving properties it is delicious to eat, and it is not only easily digested, but is considered by medical men to be a great aid to digestion.

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HOW I GREW NEW HAIR.


The Story of an Uoly Woman. By G E R T R U D E CARR SMITH. " Have they found Rosa? Do PAET XLPilgrim'-s Progress. me? "
CHAPTER XVII Mary foimd a small house hi a small street tliat seemed miraculously to have been left out of the tremendous and far-Teaching devastation that had during the ijast few years transformed the oidfashioned' district of Blnomsbury, first into a series of biick fields, and then into a number of wide avenues, lonlaininc noth.ing, and set about with hoardings. The house was spotlessly clean-looking and very well kept as to ciirtains and brasses, A younj^ish woman answered the door lo Mary. She had a pleasant face, with a pair of large round brown eyes, so interested in everything that tiiey looked as if they might easily pop out of her head. They surveyeci Maty with a certain amount of wonder, although the woman's face wore the habitual air of nonchalance of the born I^ondoner.'Is Mr. Tanner i n ? " Mary.asked, The woman's eyes grew larger and r(mnder still. MaryNwas very simply dressed, but there was something about her appearance that marked het out as one not belonging lo the world that inhabited Thurle-street. " Yes, miini, I believe Mr. Tanner has just come in. Were you wanting.to see him? " " Yes, please." " W h a t name shall I say? Will you come this way, please? " . Mary stoppe{l her. She did fiot want to intrude oil; Tanner without warning him h natural deli,aCy prevented her. In spite of the curious intimacy of their relations, she knew nothing whatever about his [irivate life. " Will you please go and ask Mr, Tanner if he can spare Miss Shaw^a few minutes? " she said. The woman went off upstairs. A few moments later Tanner himself came running down the stairs, " Good morning ! '' he said. . T h e famiiiar, pleasant voice filled Mary with a most curious and inexplicable feeling. It was a warm- feeling, such as is caused by the bringing back of pleasant things, by fhe living again of pleasant days, by the conjured up vision of pleasant scenes. It was a very fjuiet feeling,^but it vvas the most wholly satisfying she had ever

Natural Colour and Luxuriant Growth in Place of Greyness and Semi-Baldness.


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I w a s q t i l t e b a l d e x c e p t i n g for a t h i n g r e y i s h g r o w t h of h a i r r o u n d t h e s i d e s a n d b a c k of my head. F o r years my hair had been coming o u t a n d t i i r n i n g g r e y , a n d a l t h o u g h I- t r i e d a l l t h e h i t h e r t o k n o w n m e a n s of a r r e s t i n g t h e t r o u b l e , i n c l u d i n g t h e varioiis h a i r rei f.torers so m u c h a d v e r t i s e d in t h e P r e s s , I w e n t on g e t t i n g w o r s e a n d w o r s e . S o m e t i m e s t h e h a i r c a m e out i n c o m b f u l s , at o t h e r t i m e s it o n l y c a m e out a - f e w h a i r s at a t i m e , but m y progress., t o w a r d s b a l d n e s s w a s v e r y

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Mary shook her head. " No, they haven't found herwretched girl! She's evidently hiding." ' I hope so," he answered seriously. " What do yo.u .mean? " " Oh, I mean it's such a terrible thing to think of anybody being tempted to destroy themselves." Mary gave a little sound of pain. " You're more charitable than I, I never thought of it for a moment," " Perhaps there's no reason to think of it," he said. " I didn't mean to distress you," With every word he spoke he seemed to i\Iary to stand out more completely, more favourably from her world. She seemed to herself to be regarding him dispassionately. For the moment she was conscious that her determination was right, and a deep satisfaction filled her soul. " I have come to say something else,'' she said, in a low voice. " I have come to ask you sdmething, ;Will you marry, me? " She looked.'him straight in the face, having pronounced the words that clothed the determination that she had arrived at she hardly knew how. In the first moment he flushed crimson and started back as if he had received a blow, but he lost none of his assurance and quiet self-possession. Mary was eternally grateful to him afterwards that he did not ask her if she really meant what she said. ".Why do. you ask me t h a t ? " he said. " Because,", she-answered simply, " I want j'ou to." ," ' "But why?" " B e c a u s e , " she beganand she spoke slowly as she clothed .her thoughts in the most fitting speech she could find--" because I believe that }''ou could help me very much; because it is through .you that I have come to see my duty ; because yoii are straight" and upright and honourable, and you and I have much in common; becaiisq" she hesitated a moment" because I beheve I should be.happy witii you, and you could help me to discharge my responsibilities and live for the'good of the people who work for me," Tanner also did not beat about the- bush,

t h a t a l l t h e s e f o r m s of friction, e s p e c i a l l y when accompanied, as they usually are, with t h e a p p l i c a t i o n of i r r i t a t i n g l o t i o n s , e t c . , a r e worse tlian useless in the m a j o r i t y o c a s e s , T h e s e successes were a c h i e v e d in c a s e s of BaldncsB in p a t c h e s or ali o v e r h e a d . Hair coming: o u t in t h e c o m b i GreyneeeD r y n e s s of t h o Hair. Qreasy Hair. Losing; its Lustre. Dandruff a n d S c a l p irWtatlon. O n e of t h e m a n y a d v a n t a g e s I p e r c e i v e d in m y '^vstem of t r e a t m e n t w a s t h e v e r y s h o r t tinu; o c c u p i e d by it dVirIng e a c h w e e k s o liUK ji so, t h a t t h e b u s i e s t m a n w o u l d n e v e r h.iv. he h a d not t i m e to p r o p e r l j ; c a r r y out the treatment. Another point very m u c h apprecia t e d ' b y my C l i e n t s ' i s this, that as soon as t h e h a i r s h a v e g r o w n to a l e n g t h of a b o u t o n e i n c h , t h e t r e a t m e n t m a y be e n t i r e l y d i s c o n t i n u e d , a n d the h a i r will g o on g r o w i n g u n t i l it a t t a i n s its n o r m a l l e n g t h . T h e l e t t e r s I h a v e b e e n r e c e i v i n g for s o m e t i m e past from l a d i e s a n d g e n t l e m e n all o v e r t h e w o r l d c o n i i r m i;i(; in the o p i n i o n I f o r m e d t h a t m y t r c a t nir 1 1 w o u l d be successful in p r a c t i c a l l y 1 (vv\-\ case. ThL'_e l e t t e r s a r e so e n t h u s i a s t i c in t h e i r

These two photographs ilhistraie more clearly than words can do the vasi. improvement that my treatment could effect in the appearance of most ladies. Steady a n d c e r t a i n , I was a n A n " ' C h e m t s t by p r o f e s s i o n , a n d d e c i d e d m y scientific a n d t e c h n i c a l k n o w l e d a c c o u n t in c o n n e c t i o n ' w i t h m y b trouble, as after trying everything c o u l d t h i n k of for t w o o r t h r e e y e a r s ' I b e c a m e c o n v i n c e d t h a t if I w a s t o / o b t a i n a c u r e I s h o u l d h a v e t o find / it for myself. / I set m y s e l f to the s t u d y of t h i s i -Subject in g r i m e a r n e s t , f e e l i n g cer- I t a i n t h a t t h e r e m u s t be s o m e m e a n s \ of r e s t o r i n g t h e a c t i v i t y of tire h a i r - \ g r o w i n g .vessels a h d g l a n d s b e n e a t h \ the skiii w h i c h I k n e w w e r e o n l y l y i n t ^ dormant. D u r i n g a l l t h i s t i m e m y h a i r h a d been g r a d u a l l y growing thinner and I had almos e x h a u s t e d e v e r y a v e n u e of r e s e a r c h when o n e d a y in t h e c o u r s e of m y e x p e r i m e n t i n g , I effected a c o m b i n a t i o n of c e r t a i n m a t e r i a l s p r a i s e of m y m e t h o d s t h a t 1 a m a n x i o u ? w h i c h I h a d not p r e v i o u s l y t h o u g h t of, a n d t h a t e v e r y o n e s h o u l d h a v e a n o p p o r t u n i t y o i I a t o n c e d e c i d e d to follow out t h e coilrse t e s t i n g t h e m . i n d i c a t e d b y ..the r e s u l t of m y l a t e s t l a b o r a LIBERAL FREE SUPPLY. tory experiment, T o convince my readers that my treatment will d o t h e s a m e for t h e m a s it h a s d o n e MY O W N C U B E . for m e a n d for t h o u s a n d s of o t h e r s , I I well r e m e m b e r t h a t I c o m m e n c e d t h i s a m w i l l i n g t o s e n d a c o m p l e t e t e n d a y s ' t r e a t m e n t o n e S u n d a y m o r n i n g , c o n t i n u i n g it t r e a t m e n t e n t i r e l y free of cost, a n d you throughout the n e e d not feel u n week, and being der, a n y o b l i g a t i o n occupied very to m e w h a t e v e r , m u c h by ray p r o All you n e e d d o is fession I did n o t to w r i t e y o u r n a m e h a v e t i m e to l o o k and address very for any result clearly, saying u n t i l t h e followw h e t h e r you a r e ing S u n d a y morn M r s . , Miss or M r . , ing, even'if I had a n d I h a v e to a s k been sufficiently you to k i n d l y ens a n g u i n e t o exclose three penny pect a n y r e s u l t so stamps to cover soon. After the t h e cost of p a c k w e e k ' s t r i a l I did ing and posting e x a m i n e my the parcel. You scalp, and w-as will r e c e i v e by r e amazed to find t u r n of p o s t t h e t h a t it was comp a c k a g e of p r e p a pletely covered r a t i o n s w i t h full These portraits tell the same talebaldness overcome by a v e r y fine instructions, also by my treatment and youthful appearance regained. a n d short downy my booklet giving g r o w t h . I c o n t i n i i e d t h e t r e a t m e n t I h a d m u c h u s e f u l ' i n f o r m a t i o n on t h e subject of a d o p t e d , a l l t h e t i m e m a k i n g r a p i d a n d h a i r - g r o w t h , a n d c o n t a i n i n g p h o t o g r a p h s of s t e a d y p r o g r e s s , a n d in a very few weeks I a few of m y g r a t e f u l c l i e n t s . h a d a s t r o n g a n d t h o r o u g h l y h e a l t h y h e a d of h a i r , t h e e n v y of m y f r i e n d s a n d a c q u a i n t a n c e s . U p o n a p p l y i n g t h e . s a m e t r e a t f n e n t t o T o e n s u r e prompt d e s p a t c h o f t h e p a c k e t , c u t out a n d e n c l o s e t h i s Coupon. t h o s e of m y friends a n d r e l a t i v e s w h o w e r e deficient in h a i r g r o w t h , I was o v e r j o y e d to This e n t i t l e s t h e s e n d e r t o t h e ^en .find t h a t c o m p l e t e success a l w a y s f o l l o w e d , d a y s ' f r e e trial outfit offered in " T h e a n d I t h e n d e c i d e d to g i v e t h e g e i t e r a l p u b l i c Daily Mirror," May 2, 1912. Do n o t forgret t o s a y w h e t h e r y o u a r e t h e benefit of rny d i s c o v e r y . Mrs., Miss, o r Mr., a n d e n c l o s e t h r e e s t a m p s f o r postai^o, e t c . T h e s e u n p a r a l l e l e d r e s u l t s w e r e effected w i t h o u t t h e h a r d l a b o u r i n v o l v e d in the My a d d r e s s i s : v a r i o u s f o r m s of rubbing,, b r u s h i n g a n d o t h e r Mr. W. MONTAGUE REEVES, e x e r c i s e s t h a t a r e so freely r e c b m m e n d e d : 104, Belfast Chambers, in fact, I c o n v i n c e d m y s e l f b e y o n d q u e s t i o n 1 5 6 , Regront-stroet, London, VV.

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known in her life. Or she thought so at the timC. And it went to strcnglhcn her determlnafion. . " Good morning," she answered, holding out her hand. " May T speak to you for a few minutes? " " Why, cerlainly. Will you come upstairs? It's only one flight." Pie turned, and Mary followed him. l i e tvent through an open door on the first landing, and she found herself in a small, but very nicelyfurnished sitting-room. There, was a certain awkwardness which M;^iy sought vainly to overcome, but she could not find words. Tanner seemed to have gone back fo the old days so completely. She did not know why it should be so, but it was the young man in the dark blue lounge suit of the skating rink who confronted her. Il was he who spoke first,, and his words were, most ordinary, . ._ " These are not really my rooms.. I've always Jived downstairs before, but rny old rooms were engaged when I came back." And Mary found herself .answering in the same strain. " It's very nice, but rather far from the rink, isn't i t ? " ' . " A goodish w a y ; but it's very easy to get at, you know." Mary said in a vague voice;: " I t ' s , funny; I never knew where you lived before." l i e stood looking at her, a qjiict question in his serious face, Slie pulled herself together and realised tliat (his Vvas not what she had come for. ,." I came," she said. " to ask your pardon." " You ! " he answered, with obvious -sincerity. "Wiuit f o r ? " _', " F o r , what they did--for sending a man here from Gatcsborough to insult yon," Tanner smiled. " Oh; that was nothing," he said. " Please don't worry about that in the least. It wasn't your fault nor your doing, f knew that at once." Mary bre^ithed a .sigh of relief. '' " I ' m glad of that, at least. But it was shamefiiL I was furious when I heard of it. Somebody gave them your.address." "Please don't distress yourself in the least," said Tanner. " T h e y were quite righl to come to me. I left the place in a hurry. They don't know whether I'm honest or not. But it doesn't iiiake the slightest differencereally." " ; r h a t , at least, was my fault that vou left like that," said Mary. " It was -hateful of me, I behaved abominably to you. I have i:ome to ask yoiir pardon for that, too," H e flushed. "Please don't. It's quite all right. I think it vvas better, anyhow." H e tri^d to change the conversation.

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" Y o u are v^ry iyiid," he said, " b u t I'm afrc^id it's,impossible. " You refuse!" ., ' _ , " I am afraiti it is quite impossible," he repeated, " I n your kindness ami generosity you think you have failed in some way towards me, and you are trying to make amends," " Noit is not that," she cried, " I swear it is not that !" " But what else ran it b e ? " he asked, simply, " W h y do you say it is impossible?" she retorted. " Because I belong to a different world froifl youts, because such tilings cannot be, because such an arrangement couid not possibly give you any satisfaction, or cause you any happiness," he said, gravely, " C a n I not judge of that?'' ' I don't know, t think in time you would realise it. But, for the moment you arc carried away by your kind and generous thoughts of me."'" Y o u say nothing of yourself," put in Mary. " I am afiaid to say anything,^ I don't wish to seem ungrateful." - . " It is not a question of gratitude. You are refinsing to marry me. Is it your pride?" " I don't think s o . " " Is it becaiise you believe it would be wrong?" H e hesitated, " S p e a k the truth," she said in her old commanding way, " " I don't know about wrong," he said. " I meanwethere is not the feeling between us that -one^ usually takes ^s the one and only reason for marriage," she went on, schooling her voice, in spite of rising tears of sheer loneliness and desolation, " B u t don't you think that a community of interests and the desire to do good in the world are very good reasons, too?"--" I dare say they are," he admitted, " B u t you don't look upon them as sufficient?" " T ;im afraid not," Mary pressed him further. She suddenly saw her newly-built house tumbling about her ; and it was only another house of cards, although she Ijeiievcd it lo have rested on such solid foundations, " Tel! meif that feeling that you believe to be the one and only reason lor marriage existed between you and mewould the difference in our lives and our surroundings have infhisnced you ? " Again he hesitated. " I don't think .so," he said., " Biit then, again, I don't-know. I couldn't say for certain. That is a very great obstacle, you knovv." ''-And, anyhow, you refuse.." H e was silent for a moment; then looked at her almost appealingly. It hurts me.very much to say all t h i s / ' he said, Mary smiled. She conjured the ,smile up with difficulty out of her very real respect and admiration for him. - Cftaaslation dramatic, and all other tislits secured. " T h e n we won't say any more. I honour you Copyright, U,8,A., 1912.) ' ' for your refusal, althoughI don't knowI had (Conlinued on tage 13.J

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Stock Exchange Closed for May Day Holiday. P. AICD 0, STATEMENT.
T h e second reading debate on t h e Disestablishm e n t B i n will b e g i n i n t h e C o m m o n s o n M o n d a y , M a y 13, a n d l a s t u n t i l T h u r s d a y , t h e 1 6 t h , w h e n t h e division will b e t a k e n , T h e C a b i n e t m e t y e s t e r d a y a t 10, D o w n i n g - s t r e e t , Mr. Asquith presiding. P a i n t e r s at S a n d b a c h a n d in other Cheshire districts s t r u c k w o r k y e s t e r d a y d e m a n d i n g a n a d v a n c e of a p e n n y p e r h o u r i n w a g e s . T h e n e w D r e a d n o u g h t required b y the Governm e n t of Chili is t o b e b u i l t b y M e s s r s . A r m s t r o n g , Whitworth and C o . , Elswick, Newcastle-on-Tyne.

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; 3 , COPTHALI. BUILDINGS, E . C . T h e S t o c k E x c h a n g e w a s closed y e s t e r d a y for i t s . C h a r g e d w i t h c a u s i n g t h e d e a t h of J o h n V i n c e n t , a L e e d s m u s i c i a n , w h o w a s fatally i n j u r e d b y a u s u a l M a y D a y h o l i d a y . A n i n e t e e n - d a y a c c o u n t m o t o r - c a r , A r t h u r T a l e , a chauffeur, w a s y e s t e r d a y ~ t h a t n o w r u n n i n g ' is o n e h a s a n evil r e p u t a t i o n , r e m a n c i e d OH b a i l . b u t whert m e m b e r s r e a s s e m b l e t o - d a y it is to b e P A R I S , M a y 1.-" I t is b e l i e v e d h e r e , " s a y s . t h e h o p e d t h a t t h e l i q u i d a t i o n so m u c h i n e v i d e n c e of Peiii ParisieiZj " iliat t h e F r a n c o - S p a n i s h n e g o l a t e vvill b e f o u n d t o h a v e r u n i t s c o u r s e . B o t h ciations concerning t h e zone i n N o r t h e r n Morocco i n s i d e ftnd o u t s i d e of t h e H o u s e s o m e - s p e c u l a t o r s will b e c o n c l u d e d v e r y s h o r t l y , p e r h a p s b y t h e e n d of t h e w e e k . " R e n t e r . h a v e r e c e n t l y g o t o u t of t h e i r d e p t h in t h e s o m e . w h a t wild g a m b l e i n c e r t a i n d i r e c t i o n s , a n d t h e c l o s i n g u p of t h e s e p o s i t i o n s h a s b e e n r e s p o n s i b l e for t h e s p o t t y c o n d i t i o n of m a r k e t s of l a t e . The e r a d i c a t i o n of t h e s e w e a k s p o t s will, h o w e v e r , b e of m a t e r i a l benefit t o m a r k e t s as a w h o l e . In the Money market yesterday there were large c a s h m o v e m e n t s f o l l o w i n g t h e t u r n of t h e m o n t h , a n d as d i s b u r s e m e n t s c o n s i d e r a b l y e x c e e d e d t h e a m o u n t r e q u i r e d t o m e e t calls o n n e w issues a n d other requirements, loan rates remained easy. A fairly l a r g e s u m fell d u e a t t h e B a n k , a n d this w a s r e p a i d . M o n e y over t h e n i g h t w a s f o r t h c o m i n g generally at 2 | to 3 per cent., a n d weekly advances on similar terms. D i s c o u n t r a t e s s e e m t<^ h a v e t o u c h e d b o t t o m for t h e m o m e n t a t 3 p e r c e n t . S e m e o p t i m i s t s a r e e x p e c t i n g a r e d u c t i o n in~tlie B a n k r a t e to-day, b u t t h e genera! view w a s that no c h a n g e will b e m a d e u n t i l n e x t w e e k . A, fall i n t h e B e r n n r a t e is e x p e c t e d b e f o r e t h e n .

Nearly twelve months ago, M r s . E , C h i c k , o l 56, H a l i b u r t o n R o a d , S t . M a r g a r e t ' s , T w i c k e n . h a m , L o n d o n , S . W . , said : " I have been subject to a t t a c k s o f l u m b a g o for t h e past twelve months, a n d on o n e occasion I w a s laid u p for four d a y s . A b r o o d of t o m t i t s h a v e b e e n r e a r e d i n a n e s t T h e p a i n s in m y back were c r u e l t h e least movebuilt in a lamp-post at Slades Green, n e a r E r i l h . m e n t p u t m e ill a g o n y . S o m e t i m e s 1 c a m e over T h e F r e n c h p a s s e n g e r s t e a m e r L e N o r d r e s u m e d so g i d d y t h a t I w a s a f r a i d o f f a l l i n g . service f r o m C a l a i s y e s t e r d a y for t h e first t m i e '' B u t a l t e r a c o u r s e of l ^ o a n ' s b a c k a c h e kidsince h e r colSision w i t h t h e L o c k w o o d . ney pills every trace of kidney trouble left m e , a n d sinc t h e n 1 h a v e a l w a y s t u r n e d to D o a n ' s M r . J a m e s R i c k a r d , a w-ell-known l i n e n - d r a p e r , a g e d ' s e v e n t y - f o u r , w.as f o u n d d e a d y e s t e r d a y , p i l l s w h e n m y b a c k h a s b e e n b a d t h o u g h t h a t h a n g i n g i n o n e o f h i s s h o p s i n t h e H a m p s t e a d - . IS s e l d o m n o w . I c a n s p e a k o f D o a n ' s p i l l s i n the highest terms. { S i g n e d } family C h i c k . " road. T h e S u n d i i y o p e n i n g of s c h o o l p l a y g r o u n d s will be discu.ssed, i t w a s d e c i d e d y e s t e r d a y , a t t h e n e x t m e e t i n g of t h e L o n d o n C o u n t y C o u n c i l E d u c a t i o n Comniittee.

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s t i l l k e e p w e l l , th-anks t o D o a n ' s p i l l s , " M r s . Chick n o w says. " I h a v e not h a d a b a d attack of l u m b a g o s i n c e I s t a r t e d vvith D o a n ' s P i l l s . " LUMBAGO.Severe pain a n d tenderness in the back a n d loins, aggravated by movement, and often coming on suddenly, indicate, lumbagoa rheumatic condition of the muscles or the nerves of t h e Joins. A t h o r o u g h c o u r s e o f D o a n ' s b a c k ache kidnej; pills will e l i m i n a t e the excess uric acid which is almost invariably the cause of lumb,igo a n d backache. I n 2 s . 9 d . b o x e s . Never sold loose. Of all d e a l e r s , or from F o s t e r M c C l e l l a n C o . , 8, W e l l s street, Oxford-street, W . ( A d v t . )

Filth Millionaire Estate of 1912 Yields Battleship Leaves for Channel with Four Machines and Starting Platform, \ 166 000 to Exchequer.

J ' h e fifth m i l l i o n a i r e e s t a t e of t h e y e a r fell to b e , B r i t a i n ' s first a e r o p l a n e s h i p left S h e e r n e s s y e s p r o v e d y e s t e r d a y , a n d it l o o k s a s if t h e financial t e r d a y for P o r t l a n d . " luck " of t h e T r e a s u r y for 1911 w o u l d b e eclipsed S h e w a s t h e b a t t l e s h i p H i b e r n i a , of 16,350 t o n s , b y t h a t of 1912. a n d c a r r y i n g e i g h t e e n g u n s , four a e r o p l a n e s a n d You'll never hnow liow coiiifortiible nr economical lubliGv hep.lt cmi he niiUl yon weai- ' Wood Miliiis'tha most springy,' T h i s l a t e s t m i l l i o n a i r e e s t a t e is t h a t of M r . W . a n a e r o p l a n e - l a u n c h i n g p l a t f o r m , I t w a s in t h e s e last i t e m s of e q u i p m e n t t h a t s h e durable, (tnil i'e,liib!o of allami \>V far liie linest value. D o n a l d s o n C r u d d a s , of H o u g h t o n C a s t l e , H e x h a m , C o n s e r v a t i . e M . P . for N e w c a s t i e - o n - T y n e 1895- differed from t h e o t h e r ships of h e r c l a s s t h e K i n g 1900, whose will was proved yesterday at E d w a r d V H , class. S h e s e t o u t to t a k e p a r t i n t h e d i s p l a y of a e r o .1,041,320. T h e d u t i e s p a y a b l e o n t h e p r o p e r t y p l a n e flights a r r a n g e d for t h e K i n g ' s v i s i t t o W e y will a m o u n t t o a b o u t .166,000. Iii Buck, jj.owii, or Grey Uiibber. S i n c e t h e y e a r b e g a n , t o o , D o n J o s e G a r v e y y m o u t h to t a k e c o m m a n d of h i s H o m e F l e e t . MiiHyfliKea.t ciii.iiJtiKS. Ivvevywliere. T h e aeroplane platform h a s been erected on t h e C a p d e p o n 3eft e s t a t e of ^61,398,943, w h i c h y i e l d e d t h e E x c h e q u e r 2m,(iQ0, a n d , a l t h o u g h t h e y d o f o r e - d e c k , a n d w h e n t h e b a t t l e s h i p left S h c e r n e s s n o t c o m e i n t o t h e p r e s e n t financial y e a r , t h e fol- air s t a t i o n o n e of t h e m a c h i n e s w a s m o u n t e d o n t h e NEW P . AND O. CAPITAL. COMPANY NOTICE. l o w i n g b i g e s t a t e s a r e also a s s e s s a b l e s i n c e J a n u - p l a t f o r m i n r e a d i n e s s for a flight. T h r e e o t h e r aeroplanes were also o n b o a r d . . I t will b o i n t e r e s t i n g t o s e e h o w t h e S t o c k E x - a r y 1 : T H E NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY F l i g h t s from b a t t l e s h i p s h a v e a l r e a d y been A change takes the important announcement made Mr. Sofer Wliitl)um iei,4Bi.l80 LIMITED, a c h i e v e d , t h e first i n t h i s c o u n t r y b e i n g m a d e last w h i l e t h e H o u s e w a s closed y e s t e r d a y b y t h e direcSii- Clithberfc Quiltev 1,220,639 Estaulished 1830. J a n u a r y b y L i e u t e n a n t (now Coinmaiider) C . R. t o r s of t h e P e n i n s u l a r a n d O r i e n t a l S t e a r o N a v i g a Lord Wandsworth , , , 1,555,984 IjondoD: l . Moorgate Stteul. Aberdeen' 1. Union Tertao*, tion C o m p a n y . ' I h e y p r o p o s e t o d e a l w i t h t h e Sir F r a n c i s S h a r p P o w e l l , first b a r o n e t , w h o w a s S a m s o n , w h o flew from E a s t c h u r c h t o t h e I s l a n d of Accumulated ANNUAL GENEEAL MEETThe SEVENTY-SIXTH Funds, 7,7eO;377. u n i s s u e d c a p i t a l ' a m o u n t i n g t o .1,180,000 b y C o n s e r v a t i v e M . P . for W i g a n , h a s left e s t a t e . o f G r a i n e , w h e n c e h i s m a c h i n e w a s c o n v e y e d o n a fighter to H . M . S . A f r i c a , o n w h i c h a p l a t f o r m h a d INU o thin Company was held within tliolr liouso in m a k i n g a n issue t o t h e e x t e n t of .1,161,000 m t h e t h e g r o s s v a h i e of. .342,695. Aberdeen on Wednesday, tlio JBt May, 1912, when tlio f o r m .of P r e f e r r e d C u m u l a t i v e 5 p e r c e n t , s t o c k t o D u r i n g April thirty other large estates have been been built. Directors' Report was presented. p r e s e n t h o l d e r s of t h e I ' r c f e r r e d i a n d D e f e r r e d p r o v e d , t h e chief of t h e s e b e i n g : F r o m it h e successfully a s c e n d e d a p d flew over The lollowing is a summary ol the veport relcrrod to: s t o c k s i n p r o p o r t i o n to t h e i r h o l d i n g s a t t h e p r i c e the ships in the n e i g h b o u r h o o d back t o E a stc hurc h. F I K i : Dj^l'AETMliJNT. Sir Jamea King .:.'. : 796,075 of 110 for e a c h ^ 1 0 0 of s t o c k . T h e n e w i s s u e will A m o n g t h e o t h e r n a v a l officers w h o a r e likely t o The PREMIUMS received last year amounted to Baron von Schroedet 673,651 give a b o n u s of a b o u t 6 p e r c n t , d i s p l a y b e f o r e h i s M a j e s t y t h e h i g h p i t c h of p e r - il,242,975, showmg a decrease ol ie3O,760 in corapariBon Mr. Arthur Sassoon 660,86(( year. f e c t i o n . t o w h i c h aerial n a v i g a t i o n h a s b e e n b r o u g h t with those ol fho previous to 660,207, or 53.8 per cent, ol A t t h e s a m e t i m e t h e d i r e c t o r s a n n o u n c e an Tlie .[,OaSE.S amounted Mr. P . Riley Smith ..540,000 a r e L i e u t e n a n t s K e g i n a l d G r e g o r y , A . M u r r a y the premiumB. , , i n t e r i m d i v i d e n d o n t h e D e f e r r e d stock a t t h e usual Mr. W. Keswick, M.P 500,000 Longmore, and V. wildman-Lushington. The EXPENSES OF MANAGEMENT (includmB comr a t e of 7 p e r c e n t , p e r a m n i i i i , w h i l e thej-.^staVe, Mr. James Balrd 394.953 miission to agents and charges ol every kind) oamo to with regard to t h e new. capital, that t h e mcrease 460,206, or 37.0 per cent, (it tbo premiums. Mr. H, F , Dickiiis 347,011 is b e m g m a d e i n v i e w of t h e c o m p a n y ' s fuirjre L I F E DEPAItTMI<:NT. Mr, Leopold Seligman 326,3Z4 ASSURANCE BRAN CI IE B.During tho year 1,137 w o r k , i n t h e i m p r o v e m e n t of t h e m a i l , p a s s e n g e i Mr. Thoinaa J . Uolky 236,955 Policies were issued lor new assurances, amounting la tho and cargo services, a n d h a s n o reference whatevei ^ISe.SOO. Tlicsc new assurances Mr. J o h n S. GiUiatfc 234,570 R e a d e r s of The Daily Mirror- w h o c a n v a s s e d for ftgereeate to tho sum oj amoiiuung to 16,461, and siiiglo t o a n y r u m o u r s a s t o " a m a l g a m a t i o n . o r comyielded annual premiums Mr. William B. Faulkner 226.989 s i g n a t u r e s of p r o t e s t ag.ainst t h e blunder.? of t h e premiums amounting to 1,179. b i n e " w h i c h a r e , in fact, non-existent,_ so far .t* D r . T . H . T r i s t r a m , K . C , C h a n c e l l o r of t h e l i i s u r a n c e A c t h a v e ajj o p p o r t u n i t y of w i n n i n g The TOTAT, INCOMR ol the year from premiums was t h e c o m p a n y a r e a w a r e . I t is a d d e d , i n yieVvof D i o c e s e s of, I.x)ndon, H e r e f o r d , R i p o n , W a k e f i e l d , p r i z e s of ^ 5 , 3, a n d 2 offered b y t h e A m e n d - 266,477, and (rom interest 149,122 (less Income Tax). these r u m o u r s , that n o proposition o r suggestion a n d C h i c h e s t e r , w h o left ^filjOOl, failed t o m a k e h i s t h e - A c t L e a g u e , ' S t , S t e p h e n ' s , H o u s e , W e s t - . Tho CLAIMS amounted to 287,226. of this c h a r a c t e r h a s ever b e e n m a d e t o t h e dire-,The EXPENSES OF MANAOKMENT [jVicluding como w n will s a t i s f a c t o r i l y , a n d b e f o r e p r o b a t e w a s m i n i s t e r . mission) wera limited, in the Life Aceounts to 10 per oent., l o r s , w h i l e , o n t h e o t h e r h a n d , t h e c o m p a n y h,is g r a n t e d a n afSdavit of d u e e x e c u t i o n of t h e will b e e n f o r m a n y y e a r s , a n d is n o w , w o r k i n g i n p e r T h e s e wiil b e p a i d to t h e w o r k e r s w h o b r i i i g m o s t and in the Endowment Account to 5 per cent, ol tno was required. ' premiuma received. _ fect h a r m o n y w i t h i t s c o m p e t i t o r s t h r o u g h o u t t h e m e m b e r s t o t h e l e a g u e b y t h e e n d of J u n e . T h o s e ANNUITY BRANCir.The sum of 75,196 was rew h o l e r a n g e of i t s o p e r a t i o n s i n t h e E a s t . w h o w i s h t o e n t e r s h o u l d w r i t e t o t h e s e c r e t a r y of ceived for annuities granted during the year. the league to-day. 'Hie wholo FUNDS of tho Life Department now amount D o w a g e r E m p r e s s of Russia a n d Q u e e n AlexPICTORIAL NEWSPAPER REPORT. U p t o last n i g h t 17j69i per-sons h a d j o i n e d t h e to e E , 1 1 8 , 0 4 4 . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ DEPARTMENT. andra T a l k t o Child Patients. Tho PREMIUMS received )att yoai were 39,563 In taa l e a g u e , p l e d g e d t o a g i t a t e f o r a m e n d m e n t s of t h e I n t h e i r s e c o n d a n n u a l ' r e p o r t to t h e s h a r e h o l d e r s A c t , a n d over 360 m e e t i n g s , w h i c h a r e t o b e a d - Employers" Liability Section, 5,416 in the Accident Sect h e d i r e c t o r s of t h e P i c t o r i a l N e w s p a p e r C o m p a n y . C h i l d r e n l y i n g ill a t t h e W e s t N o r f o l k a n d L y n n d r e s s e d b y t h e l e a g u e ' s t r a i n e d s p e a k e r s , h a d b e e n tion, and C16,031 in the General Section. The report having been unanlinonsly adopted, i t was re(The Daily Mirror) s t a t e t h a t t h e profit f o r t h e H o s p i t a l w e r e g l a d d e n e d y e s t e r d a y a f t e r n o o n b y a arranged. eolved: T h ' t the total amount to bo distributed amonpst y e a r e n d e d F e b r u a r y 2 9 , after m a k i n g full p r o v i - g r e a t s u r p r i s e . the Shareholders for tho year 1911 bo 113.000, being sion for d e p r e c i a t i o n of p l a n t , m a c h i n e r y , b u i i d Interim dividend of 3s. iiec share (less Income Tax) and final T h e y w e r e visited b y Q u e e n A l e x a n d r a a n d t h e dividend ot 43. per Share (less Income Tas) and bonus ol i n g , e t c . , is ^ 4 3 , 9 0 6 . C o n s i d e r i n g t h e e x t r a o r d i - D o w a g e r E m p r e s s of R u s s i a , w h o p a i d a n u n e x Is. per Share llesa Inwjivie TaxJ, n a r y . e x p e n d i t u r e i n c u r r e d d u r i n g t h e l a b o u r p e c t e d c a l l , h a v i n g m o t o r e d from S a n d r i n g h a m , LONDON BOABD OP iDiiiE<)Tons. t r o u b l e s l a s t A u g u s t , t h e d i r e c t o r s a r e of o p i n i o n M i s s S w a i n , t h e m a t r o n of t h e h o s p i t a l , w h o w a s Rt. Jio", Frederick IlutJt "Marie Claire"the book of M a r g u e r i t e Colonel Robert Banng, t h a t t h i s r e s u l t is v e r y s a t i s f a c t o r y . I n a c c o r d a n c e in t h e g r o u n d s w h e n t h e r o y a ! c a r a r r i v e d , w a l k e d H. Cosmo O. Bonsor, Esq. ja*:kson. A i i d o u x , t h e p o o r w o r k i n g s e a m s t r e s s of Parisi's I.awrence B. Clia,mers. Esq. Cecil Lubbock, Es<i. with t h e aiticles of association, t h e second a n n u a l across to welcome t h e visitors, a n d w a s greatly a wonderful book, a book t o read and read again. Ernest Chaplin, Esq. Charles James Lucas, E-nq, s u m of ^ 5 , 0 0 0 h a s b e e n t r a n s f e r r e d t o t h e r e s e r v e s u r p r i s e d t o r e c o g n i s e , t h e t w o Q u e e n s A t a , Henn GoBchcn, I'jsq. Rt. Hon, Viscount Milnor, I t b r o u g h t its author fame in a d a y , a n d although .account. A f t e r p r o v i d i n g for t h e d i v i d e n d s o n t h e Henry Charles Haniliro, El. Q u e e n A l e x a n d r a e x p r e s s e d h e r satisf.action w i t h G.O.B.. G.CM.G. Ty p e r c e n t . P r e f e r e n c e s h a r e s , a n d t h e 7 p e r c e n t . a b u s t of K i n g E d w a r d t h a t w a s o n l y u n v e i l e d last t h e sales of t h i s r e m a r k a b l e n o v e l i n i t s o r i g i n a l Wm. Egeirton Hubbard, Esq. Rt, Hon. Sic Algernon West. O r d i n a r y s h a r e s , i t i s p r o p o s e d t o p a y a final divi- w e e k , a n d i n t h e c h i l d r e n ' s w a r d p a i d , c o n s i d e r a b l e f o r m w e r e e n o r m o u s ( t h e first edition of 30,000 G.C.B. c o p i e s w a s sold o u t withiii a few d a y s ) , t h e r e a r e SGCRKTAHVH. Gay ford. d e n d of 10 p e r c e n t , t o t h e D e f e r r e d s h a r e h o l d e r s , a t t e n t i o n t o o n e s m i l i n g b a b y . T h e visit l a s t e d for FiisE DEPARTMENTC. R. Jeffory, Home Superintendent; probably m a n y w h o have not y e t read it. m a k i n g 15 p e r c e n t , for t h e y e a r , l e a v i n g ^ 8 , 0 7 5 t o forty-five m i n u t e s . _^_^________ J . H. Dixon, Foreign Superintendent. T h e s e wiil b e p l e a s e d t o h e a r t h a t t h e E n g l i s h b e carried forward. Im-y. DEPARTMENTH, Foot. Actuary. t r a n s l a t i o n of " M a r i e C l a i r e " is n o w w i t h i n t h e AcciHENT DBPAKiMENTW. R. Trenam, Superintendent. Considerable additions have been m a d e during GBNP.itAr, MANAOEB OF TiiK COMPANYH. JS. Wilson. T h e f u n d for t h e p u r c h a s e of l a n d s for t h e e x - r e a c h of a l l , b e i n g o n s a l e e v e r y w h e r e t o - d a y for t h e y e a r t o b o t h p l a n t a n d m a c h i n e r y , w h i c h will Copies of the report, with tlie wlio.o accounts ot the Comt h e first t i m e i n s i x p e n n y form in t h e p o p u l a r pany tor the year 1911, may be obtained from any of tha e n a b l e t h e e v e r - i n c r e a s i n g d e m a n d for i h e p a p e r t e n s i o n of W i m b l e d o n C o m m o n n o w a m o u n t s t o s e r i e s o f Daily Mail G(\. N o v e l s . Company's ofTicea or agencies. ^ t o b e e a s i l y d e a l t w i t h . T h e A n g l o - N e w f o u n d l a n d .16,880, l e a v i n g ^619,270 still t o b e r a i s e d . D e v e l o p m e n t C o m p a n y , in which t h e c o m p a n y h a s . a large s h a r e h o l d i n g , reports t h a t very good p r o DAILY BARGAINS. gress h a s b e e n . - m a d e w i t h t h e e x t e n s i o n s t o t h e t h o u g h t y o p f i n d e p e n d e n c e w a s b e i n g stifled. I Dross. pulp a n d paper mill. T h e t w o ad(ntional paperu n d e r s t a n d . W e wiU leave it a t t h a t . But you BABY'S LONG CLOTHES SET; 50 pieces. 21s.; wonm a k i n g m a c h i n e s h a v e n o w b e e n i n s t a l l e d ; o n e of - - drously beautiful; new designs; perfect home-finish h a v e n ' t told m e w h a t y o u a r e g o i n g t o d o . " work; instant approval.Mrs, Max The Chase, Nottingham. t h e m c o m m e n c e d r u n n i n g a t t h e b e g i n n i n g " of " I h a v e a n offer of w o r k i n a g a r a g e n o t f a r from MOST Charming Swiss cmb. sliirt blouse; super, qual,, (Continued from page 12.) A p r i l , a n d t h e s e c o n d o n e will b e s t a r t e d a l m o s t h e r e . I t h i n k I shall t a k e t h a t . " zs. 3d ; lovely quality; latest Magyar (Orien t a r design), i m m e d i a t e l y . W i t h t h e s e a d d i t i o n a l l a r g e m a c h i n e s h o p e d y o u w o u l d s a y y e s . " T h e n s h e flushed 2a. 3d.; a bargain; special lines; c-it. free; money returned ' ' Y o u m e a n t o stick t o m o t o r s ? " tl not delighted..!, jvlllnevs, Cardigan-lane, Leeds. r u n n i n g t h e o u t p u t of p a p e r f r o m t h e c o m p a n y ' s c r i m s o n a n d t u r n e d a w a y , l o o k i n g o u t of t h e w i n " F o r t h e t i m e b e i n g I'd- l i k e t o y e s . I t w b u l d Trousseau24 nightdresses, knickers chems.. petticoats, mills will b e n e a r l y d o u b l e d . O n e of t h e m a c h i n e s d o w . S h e d i d n o t k n o w w h e t h e r w h a t s h e said w a s b e t o o b a d t o f o r g e t all I l e a r n e d w h i l e I w a s w i t h et(i aSs,; easy pL.yments.Wood, 21. Oueen-sq. Leeds. has been designed especially with a view t o m a k i n g true. H a d s h e hoped h e would s a y y e s ? W o u l d y o u . " p a p e y for The Daily Mirror. ONlstlOSS Corset IIBW invention; unbreak.iblu; list free: it h a v e m a d e h e r a n y h a p p i e r t o h a v e a n c h o r e d h i m " W i n y o u let m e k n o w a t a n y t i m e if y o u w o u l d -Knitted Corset Co., Nott.nsli.im.. M . n t o n Mirror,' t o herself for t h e r e s t o f h e r life? W o u l d i t h a v e l i k e t o c o m e b a c k t o m e ? " RINGE Nets full size. Is. I d . do^.; hairwotk and halt GOOD PARAGUAY CPNTHAL RESULTS, stilled t h e a c h e a n d filled t h e e m p t i n e s s ? W o u l d ' Y o u a r e too good. B u t ' I d o n ' t think I ought dves of every dcsMiption; hair combings purchased: it h a v e g i v e n h e r w h a t s h e w a i " l o o k i n g foreter- ever t o d o t h a t . " mice 'ists gratis.J. BroOie, 41 Museum-st, Indoh, T h e r e s u l t s of t h e P a r a g u a y C e n t r a l R a i l w a y for .second-hand bargains; list stamped " W i l l y o u l e t m e know^ a t l e a s t , if ever I c a n d o T O V B I J Y Dresses, etc.;D.. a40.\, Amhurst-rd, I-ondon. N. the past half-year are eminently, satisfactory. N e t nally hopelessly seeking a n d longing f o r ? . W h a t \~* envelope.-Madame r e c e i p t s a m o u n t e d t o ^630,797, a n i n c r e a s e of .9,642, w o u l d i t h a v e b e e n b u t a b a r g a i n ? A . b a r g a i n for a n y t h i n g tc h e l p y o u ? " FWEST Dresa and Blouse materials a t w rohoufe price; "anv length c u t ; pattern i>ost free; iiiio f sliion cata" T h a n k you very much. But I think a chap or 35-J p e r c e n t . , a n d , after d e d u c t i n g t h e p r i o r lien a - g o o d p u r p o s e , p e r h a p s , b u t a b a r g a i n u n f a i r t o '.leSydney Georjie, Mcccli nt, Georgt'...st, B r m i gh ni. o u g h t t o pull t h r o u g h a l o n e . " c h a r g e s a n d m a k i n g m i n o r a d j u s t m e n t s , t h e r e r e - herself as w.ell a s t o - h i m . nTTft from 8s.; trousers, dress suits, overcoats, shirts, etc, " W h a t are y o u going to d o ? " she went o n . " Still t h e r e m a y b e a t i m e . O n e n e v e r k n o w s . lsccond-hand).-Gt. Central Stores, 24, Higli Hoiborn, W,0 m a i n s a b a l a n c e of ^19,335 t o b e c a r r i e d f o r w a r d . \(\ FltElO Patterns ot " Flaxaella," the ..harming Dish " I d o n ' t k n o w , ' h e a n s w e r e d . " I h a v e n ' t q u i t e If y o u w e r e i l l , o r h o t a b l e t o w o r k t h r o u g h s o m e T h e a m o u n t carried forward' a year a g o w a s _ , J U L nen spring Costume fabric; washiiblo, dur,.ble, ' causethen will y o u let m e k n o w ? " t12,666. I n a d d i t i o n t o t h e i n c r e a s e d m o v e m e n t s d e c i d e d y e t . " niiVfi un admirably: many attractive dtfiigns, .latest d u e t o t h e E n c a r n a t i o n e x t e n s i o n , t h e last s e c t i o n " I will i n d e e d , h e a n s w e r e d , w i t h t h e w a r m n o t e sliadw; write to-day.-Hutton's 8 1 , Larno Ireland. " W i l l y o u come back on t h e old t e r m s ? - ' of w h i c h w a s p u t i n t o p u b l i c service o n J u l y t l a s t , in h i s voice. " O h , I a m afraid I c o u l d n ' t d o t h a t . " MUSICAL mSTRUMENTS. t h e g r e a t e r t r a d e - q c t i v i t y , of t h e c o u n t r y g e n e r a l l y " W e l l , t h e n , for t h e p r e s e n t g o o d - b y e ! " Lady nWst sell magnificent upright iron grand draw" If y o u accept m y a p o l o g y , surely y o u c a n . " ina-room piano, nearly new, fitted with check repeatec affected r e c e i p t s i n n e a r l y all d e p a r t m e n t s . W r i t S h e h e l d o u t h e r h a n d , a n d h e s h o o k it, h o l d i n g " T h e r e ' s n o q u e s t i o n of a n a p o l o g y . I w i s h I rich inlaid marqueterio carved pillars; deep i n g o n F e b r u a r y 2 , t h e g e n e r a l . m a n a g e r s t a l e d t h a t c o u l d m a k e y o u u n d e r s t a n d m e . I t ' s v e r y difficult, it for a m o m e n t i n h i s close a n d s t e a d y g r a s p . H i s action no liner instrument eouki workdesired; original prlco tonebo b u s i n e s s g e n e r a l l y w a s m o r e b r i s k t h a n h e h a d e v e r after y o u ' v e b e e n so g o o d t o m e . E v e r y t h i n g I s a y g r e y e y e s h a d a n e x p r e s s i o n i n t h e m t h a t p u z x k d 56 liuine.is, take 15 guineas; approval 3 days; carriaga seen it in P a r a g u a y , u n t i l t h e r e v o l u t i o n b r o k e o u t m u s t s o u n d ' l i k e i n g r a t i t u d e . B u t I d i d feel t h a t it h e r ilfterwards w h e n e v e r s h e t h o u g h t of h m i . A t paid both w.^ss if not approved; malior'a 20 years warranty, tvan3ferablo.~-S., 147. Percy-rd Shepherds Buah. London. on N o v e m b e r 20, a n d t h e r e w a s n o r e a s o n t o d o u b t w a s n o t t h e r i g h t life for me-I c a n ' t h e l p ^ s t . I first, it w a s very,, often i n d e e d . t h a t , o n c e Qrder w a g r e s t o r e d , c o m m e r c e w o u l d felt it all t h e t i m e . T h e r e w a s s o m e t h i n g , m m e B u t , t o .ill i n t e n t s a n d p u r p o s e s . T a n n e r w e n t o u t MtSCetLANEOUS. ,, q u i c k l y r e s u m e i t s n o r m a l c o u r s e . A t t h e d a t e of t h a t w a s n ' t t h a t w a s n ' t g e t t i n g a . c h a n c e . I ' m of h e r life o n t h a t d a y , a n d r e m a i n e d a s t r a n g e r t o LECTROLYSIS - Supernuoua hair permanently r s . t n e m a n a g e r ' s r e p o r t t h e r e v o l u t i o n w a s a c t i v e a n d s o r r y i t sOiUnds c h u r l i s h . a n d u n p a r d o n a b l e . " it t o r q u i t e a l o n g t i m e . moved; ladies only; coniWiltatlonB tree,Miss tlorcno* - business stagnant. " B u t i t ' s evideritly true.," said M a r y . " You Wood, 105. Heg(iul>t, W., 11 to 6 daily. (To be continued.)

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H e a r n c , NEWMARKET RACING RETURNS: Apacbs 5 'R^yal Realm...... a, F i r s t - R o u n d . 2 4 t h B r i g a d e R o y a l F i e l d AvtLllory b e n t - T h e R e s t . - J . W . H . T . D o u g l a s ( c a p U i n ) , P . Pv-rriu H i g h l a n d I-ight I n f a n t r y . 2 3 .holes to 6. A P . D a y , D e a n . \V, C, S n i l l h , S h a r p , H u m p h i a y - (K en I; S e c o n d . R o u n d . Q u e e n ' s O w n R o y a l W e s t K e n t l i e a t - S t h S e y n i o u r , -Ucud ( H a m p s h i r e ) a n d S t r u c l w i c k . LINGFIELD W I N N i RS A N D PRICES. * 3 . 0 . - \ V I L B R A . H A M PI-ATK'.. t'o-i' t w o - y e a r - o l d fillieS. B a t t a l i o n R o y a l F u s i l i e r s 10 h o l e s t o 9 ; B l a c k W a t c h beat, Four furlongs.-MOUNTAIN FAIRY iFoyl, 1 ; RUST . . Race. . Price. Hor".ie. Jockev. A r m y O r d n a n c e Corp.'i 14 h o l e s t o 5 ; A r m y S e r v i c e C o r p s (O'Neill), 8 ; F I N A I , S H O T ( C a r s l a k e ) , 3 . Al-;o r a n : M a r - 'tJ-nited Hunlj< ( 5 | . , 5 t o 2 F e a r l e s s V ! I . . . M r H e a s m a l l . iieat C o l d s t r e a m G u a r d s 2 6 h o l e s t o n i l ; a n d 2 4 t b llrlK?.de TO-DAV'S MATCHES. Tvuia. Mis.s S c h o r r , D a m o Aly^, S n o w B u n i a n a f, P a t t i s - F a r m e r s ' (6) , 4 to I H a l f - a - M o . . . . M .- 'S^eston, R o y a l F i e l d A r t i l l e r y b e a t S c o t s G u a r d s 1 3 lioles t o Q, wick. B a r o n e s s la Flec^he i, .Sheelah f, P e r a i s t e r f. P r e t t y M a y Blossom ( 6 ) . . . . 5 to 1 R i m o u s k i M i E . Eees^. - Cambridge.Freshmen's malcb. M s r y . F l o w e r of t h e W e s t , L a v a n d a , T a n g a n y i k a . S a l u t Hunter^ (5| . 8 t o 1 1 Ha3S:m M r . H e a ?mitn, O v a l . - S u r r e y v. l^"o^lhMmptonshive. 3 f i O FOURSOME TOURNAMENT. D ' A m o u r f' aiid. ,Tocata. . B e t t i n g . K v e i i s M a c t y n i a , 4 ' O p e n (3t '. . 30 t o 1 1 S t e r l i n g ' I.acly T l i e . o u a l i f y i n g c o m p e l i t i o n o ! t h e W e l s h s e c t i o n of t h e S h e e l a b f, 9 t o a . l o c a s t a . 10 F i n a l S h o t , 1 0 0 t o 7 D a m e Cupt-.- SorinKfleld, Prole.i^iona.l Golfers' Association'.s, sl;350' f o u r s o m e t o u r n a AWi, 1 0 0 t o 6 M o u n t a i n F a i r y a n d o t h e r s . - L e n g t h ; t h r e e - S k e y n e s (3) ' , . . , 8 t o 1 K e s t E e I - l I I . . . M r . ilou i; lit o n . WORLD'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. m e n t wa.s p l a y e d on t h e l i n k s of t h e T d a n K a r n m a r c h C l u b . f i u a r t e r s . {Dewhurst,) yesterday. T h e r e were four qualifying places, a n d t h e ' a . 3 0 . - ' 8 R E T B Y H A N D I C A P . ' Si>t f u r l o n g s . H I G H W A Y I . l a n g s m m a r o h C l u b g a v e prize.s t o t h e v a l u e ol, : 2 5 . S I D E ( M a r t i n i , 1 ; N E R E ^ T A N fWal G r i s g s l , 3 ; S U N W i n n i n g a l l l o u r .sets a l P r i n c e ' s C l u b y e s t e r d a y in liis T O - D A Y ' S F O O T BALL MATC P e t e r R a i n f o r d , t h e Jocal profe.ssinnal, b e a d e d tlie lial ( " N I N G D A L K ( F . W u o l t o n ) , 3 , Also r a n : . 3 1 i e v o B o e , F i l i challoTige. ior t h e w o r l d ' s t e n n i s c h a m p i o n s h i p a g a i n s t .C. w i t h score-s o i 74 a n d 73147.- T h i s w a s four stroke.< \ b u s t e r , " l i O w l a n d e r , F l a m i n g o arid AmalhcB.. Betting. " P u n c l i " F a i r s , G. F , Covey o n l y h a s t o w i n o n e of t h e T e e nt- and will ee b e t t e r t h a n the, a g g r e g a t e of h i s n e a r e s t r i v a l , F . G. Ciadd 9 t o 4 S u n n i n a d a l e , 1 1 t o 4 H i g h w a y s i d e . - i3 five sets on S a t u r d a y n e x t t o necuro t h e t i t l e , T h e r e .waa 2 Ijow- f o o t e a m s mra tp rh s e n t itn se X ee u . N e w ' CIr^on d o n o - n i g h t , m in t a iin- oa ball c at h D ss t d f ( r a r n a r v o i i l . G a d d h a d r o a n d s of 7 5 a n d 7 6 t S l . , , S . B a l l l a n d e r , 6 Slievo R n e , 1 0 o t h e r s . H a l f ; b e a d . ( W J a t v i s . l a l a r g e c r o w d of s p e c t a t o r s y e s t e r d a y , includinn; M r . A . . 1 . t h e Titanic fund. Kick-ofI, 6 . 0 , T h o f o l l o w i n g a r e t h e ( W r e j i h a m ) , 79 a n d 7 3 - 1 5 3 , a n d E . W a l k e r ( S o u t h e r n Balfour, M . P . , . 3 . 1 0 , - T W O THOUSAND GUIN.EAS STAKES 1 0 0 sova sides : d o w n l , 7 7 a n d 7 5 1 5 2 , w e r e t h e o t h e r tvio ' p l a y e r s ^to Covey a g a i n relied on h i s side w;dl s e r v i c e , a n d w i t h I m e rn'-\i. One mile. ' . . - I'jondon.Shaw (Q. P . R a n g e r . s l : C r a y ( F u l h a m l a n d qualify.' ' ' " all r o u n d pliiy h e t o o k t h e sets a t ,63, 64, 62 0 5 , M r , H . . D u r y e a ' ^ S W E E P E R 11 M a l i e r 1 B e t t e r i d g e ( C h e l s e a l ; T a y l o r .(Cbelscal. M i t c h e l l (O.'P. t h u s .securing a lead in ( h e r u b b e r of t h i r t e e n s e t s , o l six M r . - N e u m a n n ' s J A E G A l l .... .-.Wal Griass 3 Eancer.-i). r-nd- R a n d e l l ( W e s t H a m ) ; D o u g l a s , W o o d w a r d sots t o t w o , (Obelsea), B e v a n ( C l a p t o n O r i e n t ) , M c T a v i s h ( B r e n t f o r d ) , a n d M_". C. B , I s m a y ' s H A M , C R O S S .".Saxby 3 T i i e L o n d o n v. Glasgow- s c h o o l b o y . i n t e r - c i t y f o o t b a l l m a t c h W i n n i n g t h e o p e n i n g g a m e , ('ovey a l w a y s h e l d t h e l e a d D a w s o n IWiiSt H a m I , Aliio r a n : K e n l p i o n , ' W h i t e S t a r , J i n g l l n s Oeordifl, C y l ^ a d , w i l l bfi p l a y e d a t Oi-aveii C o t t a g e G r o u n d , l ' ' u l h a m , on S a t u r - i n thb l i r s t s e t , a n d h e t o o k t h e lirsl. t h r e e g a m e s i n t h e A b s u r d , - . 'iMii. Oiseau Bleu, J o h n Ameudill, Aleppo K e n t , L . R . R o o s e ( A r s e n a l ) ; Collyer (Paiace) . a n d Jeffrey d a y ; kick-off, 3 . 4 5 . TVio L o n d o n t e a m w i l l be selected f r o m : s e c o n d . F a i r s , t o o k t h e n e s t t w o , a n d t h e i-et w a s Wfuare Kosciusko, a n d Oichestrion. Bettin.?.Evens W h i t e S t a r ( M i l l w a l l l ; L e e (New B r o m p t o n I , S a n d s (Ar.senal), a n d Mi''Kin- Cros.s a n d Boltoji ( W e s t I l a m l . W r i g h t a n d H a y e s (Aetbii), a t , l o u r gamins a l l . Covey, h o w e v e r , t o o k t h o next, t w o 9 t o 2 ' H a l l Ci-Oss, 6 S w e e p e r II-., 9 J i n g l i n g G e o r d i o 1 0 0 u o n ( A r s e n a l ) ; R . W . Dilley ( B r o m l e y ) . H e w i t t ( P a l a c e ) . J . W F r o s t (f-eytonl, H i b b e r d a n d - .lotiv ( E a s t H a m ) , A d a i n s g a m e s fur t i i e s e t . . . , t o 8 C y l g a d , 2 5 A b s u r d a n d K e m p i o n , 4 0 K o s c i u s k o , .60 G r a n t ( A r s e n a l ) , G o r d o n H o a r e ( N o r t h f l e e t ) (i:aptain), a n d (Barking). Towers (Tottenhaml,. Howell - (South London), '.rhe f e a t u r e of tiic t h i r d s e t w a s :i b r i l J i a n l r a l l y i n l h c JiOrn, Oiaeaii B l e u find J o h n A r a e n d a i l . 1 0 0 A l e p p o ; O r c h e s E l l i o t t (Millwall). . . . . . W i n t e r , B u l l , G a r d n e r , B a l l a n d ' M e t s o n (West L o n d o n ) , f o u r t h Kanic, Covey gct'j'ng t o t h e g r i i l e from a. fine filiolr trion a n d Jaeger. P l a c e s . 2 ' t o 5 W h i t e Stai- 4 t o 6 S t v k e will o p p o s e a !^ide r c p r e ^ e h t i n ! ; Staffordjhire^ &ho T i c k e t s o r f u r t h e r i n f o r m a t i o n c a n b e o b t a i n e d f r o m M r , a f t e r being- in diilieultir's. Covey w o n t h e flftli g a m e t o H a l l Cross, e v e n s Bweoper 1 1 . , 2 J i n g l i n g G e o r d i e , 5 t o 3 in a i d " o f I h o T i t a n i c f u n d , 8 . F . G i l l . L a n g f o r d - r o a d S c h o o l , F a l h a m , a.W. Cylgad. 4 A b s u r d . -6 K e m n i o n , o t h e r s a t p r o p e r t i j n a t o o6d<. lose, a n d t o o k t h e s e t w i t h four con.-ecntive g a m e s , i a w h i c h Iicngth; balf. (Persse.l F a i r s o n l y s c o i c d four aces. . T h e h o l d e r was p l a y i n g a p o o r s a m e , a n d pu(. m a n y 3.45,-SELLING T-Y-0 PLATE. Vaut furlon{;,.-TOWN s h o t s i n t o t l j e n e t , wliile Covey wns jonsistently good, C O U N C I L L O R (Martin), I ; F L U T I N G L I G H T (H. Jones) ,(i'airs b r o u g h t oil' s o m e I n i l l i a n t sliolh, (nil w a s v e r y e r r a t i c . 2 ; D I N G L E ( W a l Grigjisl, Z. A U o r a n : M a r k M i n o r -Mo-''flA f t e r t h e f o u r t h s e t h a d g o n e | o t w o ganuv.^ a l l IViirs w o n dor, C o a l S t r i k e , . B a e k A n s w e r , f, P u f l b i l l (, Sent.-'nKa t h r e e ganie.s r n n i i i n R , ami h a d t f t i n a c h a n c e o l . ' s e c u i i n g t h e "V',1 T ' e n . Ironic, g. a n d A m u l e t t a f. B e t t i n g , 5 t o 4 A n i u Ket viibh !i load ui 5 giimes l o ?.. 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to Zam-Buk's timely and wonderfiilhealing, Mrs. Ada M. Archer a T HANKS operation, and to-day has thefull use of her leg. Mrs. Archer, whowas sparedat second now lives 78, Chapel Street,. Dalton-in-Furness, recently resided in Baker Street, Timperley^ Cheshire.
" I s t u m b l e d u p t h e k i t c h e n s t o n e s t e p s , when living at Timperley," she told a reporter, " a n d banged my right knee, which s w e l l e d s o much that I couldn't bend the leg. A doctor-I called in at once ordered me ,to bed, where I had' to ipe carried. SJX weeks after the accident- the doctor Janced -the-, lirab, and a tremendous amount of' bad 'matter came away; . . . "Stiil my leg remained useless and the pain made me quite iii. T h e doctor was piiziiled, and one day brought another doctor with him. After examination they t o l d m e I w o u l d n e v e r u s e m y l e g a g a i n unless I underwent another operation. 1 felt I, couldn't stand a further operation, so refused. I w a s absolutely helpless for weeks. My husband then persuaded me t o try Zam-B.ik, which his workmate had been praising very much. "The niirse dressed ray knee with Zam-Buk, and when my husband came home at night he was astonished to find me easier and brighter. Ziiii-Buk w a s wonderlu iy s o o i h i n g and that night I got my best sleep for months. The nurse found the inflammation subsiding, and tlie woiind dicing up as she persevered with Zam-Buk. The swelling went down, too, and I was able to get iipl "Zam-Buk ccnijnued its spendid work until the wound was completely healed over with CONTAIf new skin. All swelling and pain went, and I could walk anywhere without assistance. ' AHIMAL on 1 w a n t everybody lo k n o w rhac Z i m - B u k alone cureu m e . " <
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Box-offico open, Itatineea, Weds, and Sat*., a t 3 . D K x , . i - . i l l . A t 8i M r . G e o r g e K d w a r d e s ' Musical Play, in 3 Acts, THE QUA K E R GIEL, Miss GERTIK MILIAR, Mr- JOgEPH COYNE. Mat., Sats., 3. r O L L O T H E A T R E . - E v e r y E v e n i n g , a t 8.45. THE G I ^ D KYE. PrecetJed, a t 8.15, by " The Tatleis." Matineu:?, Ei'Bry Wednesday and Saturday, .at 2.15. Matinee, Every Wediiegday and, Saturday, a t 2.30, A L Y ' S . L a s t 3 N i g h t s , a t 8.30, M r . ( G E O R G E EDWAEDES' production, THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG. Musical Play, English Jibretto by BASIL HOOD. Music by FRANZ LEHAR.___Matinee, Saturday, a t 2.30. U K E O F Y O H K ' S r ^ T o - d a y , " a t 2.30 a n d 8.30, CHARLES PROHMAN presents T H E ; MINt) T H E PAINT " GIRL, by ARTHUR PINERO. Matinee, To-dav and Every Tliutsday and Saturday, at 3.30. __

URY AN T -night, l 8, A r t r ollin D Rpresents LKlawE . and oErlangers aproductionh u.of CGenerals Lew Wdllaee'.? BEN-HUR. nramatistcl by William Youn[f.

A i E T V . - r E v e r y " E v e n i n g , a t 8. A New Musical Play, THE SUHSHINE GIRL. MATINEE 33VERV. SATURDAY, a t 2- Box-office, 10 to 10. . nARRICK. ARTHUR BOURCHIER, VT At 8.4B. IMPROPIVR PETEE, by Monektoa Hoffe. A t 8.20, Helen Mar. Mat., Weds, and Sats., a t 3.30, A Y M A R K E T , 3 a n d 9, b y arrangement with Cyril Maude, BUNTY PULIB THE STRINGS. 2.30. 8,30. " ITielr Point of View.'' Mat^., Wed3,. Thms., Sat'a. , IS MAJESTY'S, T O - N I G H T , at 8, Shskeigeare'B OTHELLO. Othello, HerbertTree:Iago. Ijiurenco Irvine; Desdeinona, Phyllis Nellson - Terry. M A l l N E E . EVERY SATURDAY, a t 3. INGS\VAY.-8.30, FANNy'.S FIRST PLAY. " Bernard Shaw a t hla best," Mats.. Weds., Sat*,, 3,30. SPECIAL MATS.. Tuesdays (May 7) and Ftidaya, a t 3. THE DOUBLE GAME, by Maurice Barine.

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May 2, 1912

As Discovery W h i c h Creates a Perfect C o m p l e x i o n .


A BAD COiVi^LEXEON CAi^ NOW BE CURED. There-are many people yvlio still think that a b.ad comple.tibn can be cured by some kind of outyvard application. ," They are yvrong. Creams, ointments, skin foods, etc., injure the complexion. They never improve it. ., And yet there is a real cure for a bad complexion a cure yvhich never fails. _ .. _ Specialists have been studying this question for many years. It yvas obvious from the first that the perfect complexion cure yvould have to be something yyfiich, acting on the blood, dreyv all impurities ayvay from the skin surface, and tfien expelled them from the system. Many experiments yvere made and failed, or yvere, at the best, only partially successfuland then came the discovery of Vegetine THE SCIENTIFIC REMEDY. To begin yvith, all the ingredientb_ of Vegetine are to be found in the vegetable kingdom. It contains neither poisons or d.-jigeioi's li-i'/,. It is a blood purifier and a blood tonic. Many skin t r o u b l e s a r e yvholly caused by the poor condition of the blood. But the unique racteristic ed \'tgetlne its chief value lies in the fact thai ii: a c t s througrh t h e blocstl dfr-ectly upon the skiii s u r f a c e , ramoving' a.li b l o t c h e s , roughness, pimples, a.rid o t h e r unsi^htSjr b l e m . i s ' h e s , and thus c r e a t e s I5caatv fiom .vvithin. potency, and when it is uscil llie fnilowing face blemishes at once (lisai>[)car : Lack of Colour, Pimples, Acne, Skin R o u g h n e s s , Blotches, Gi-easy Skin, Eczcn^a, Spots, Sallowncss, Boils, Past B l a c k h e a d s , A SUGGESTIO?^.y C o m p l e x i o n . If you suffer frcnn any cornplcxion trouble whatever, adopt this suggrsllon: Make one trial of Vegfti-nr. In three days you yvill notice an improvement. In ten to loitrteen davn you yvill be astounded by the change for the heller in your appearance. And in a very short time you yvill have an alisohitely perfect skin. Vegetine does actually create a Ijcautifiil complexion, and it is lirin.ging happiness and peace of mind to thousands who ha\e sullcrcd for yiNus. Vegelinc is now accepted as tlie best-indeed :h( only -thing for the conqilexi'.ui, InU if you have an.y (h)ubt about it you are tirgcd to maki' this one 'J'rial free of charge. Send, for a sample box of Vegetine, tiding the C(nipon jirintcil below. It will cost you nolhing, and if will (onvince you. Vegetine, price Is. I ' d . , 2s. 9(1. (three times ihe quantity), and 4s. {)(!. (six timc's the (pianlity) the box, may he (iblained at all the leading (diemists, tir post free lirect at the p.bove ihices, THE FREE TRIAL OFFER. But, as we have said, if you Inivc t'le least doubt as to the value of \''egetine, Test it Free. Send the iollpwing coiqion to the David Macqueen Company, ratcrnoslcr-row,

(Chronic OciSci in t h e Head)


Js t h s ncsse s t o p p e d wp? Do 5 c a t c h coSd e a s i l y ? Do 8 f e e j t i r e d o n r i s i n g ? Do I h a v e t o c l e a r t h e t h r o a t ? D o e s phlegrm d r o p i n t o t h e t h r o a t ? Does tlTS t h r o a t f e e l d r y ? Do crwajs forjw in t h e n o s e ? is m y v o i c e h u s k y ? 10. D o e s a chang- \n t h e w s a t h e r a f f e c t me? Ss t h e r e a foeJing of f u l n e s s in m y ? ^ If you answer "Yes " t o . anj'- three of the foregoing you are in the grip of Catarrh, a dsease which not only saps your vitality, kills ambition and energy, but only too frequently tai-minites latally m Catarih of the Stomach and drea led Conbumption. Moreover, the constant swallowing of the fetid mucus during sleep slowly but surely poisons the stomach, liver, kidneys, and other organs. You need not, however, suffer another hour if you will only can> out the simple home trcatmentwhich cured mc7 ycai > ago, and has* smcc then, cured hundreds ot otheis. With my treatment, known as the " SMi ley System," relief is appai cnt from the veryfirst a )plication. The nose becomes clearer, the mucusno longer drops into the back of the throat, the frontal headaches disappear as. if by Mr. E L M E R ma ic, and that "tired feeling " on rising in the morning completely passes away. Ys u will again feel that life is indeed worth living. My system is unlike any other. It is direct and thorough. It clears out the head, nose, thi/oat and lungs so that you can a^cin breathe freely and
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11. i s t h e r e a p a i n b e t w e e n or o v e r nny eyes ? 12. Do i su-Sfer f r o m s h o r t n e s s of breath? 13. D o e s t h e n o s e d i s c h a r g e ? 14. Do I s u f f e r f r o m n o i s e s in m y h e a d ? 15. Do I s u f f e r f r o m h e a d a c h e ? 16. Is m y h e a r i n g a f f e c t e d ? 17. Is m y s e n s e of s m a l l a e c t e d ? 18. Do I h a v e s n e e z i n g s p e l l s ? 19. !s t h e r e f u l s t e s s 5rsmy t h r o a t ? 2 0. Do I e x p e c t o r a t e f r e q u e n t l y ? sleep peacefully, without that terrible "stopped-up" feeling with which all Catarrh sufferers are only too pairifully familiar. Moreover, it heals the diseased mucous membranes, airests the discharce, and at tiie same time does not poison the system or ruin the stomach as internal medicines do. No ; matter how many , treatments have been used, do not consider your case hopeless until you have tried this wonderful home ' System.' My treatment has proved so remarkably successful, even in the worst forms of chronic Catarrh, that I will gladly send it on 14 days' trial.on the distinct understanding that if the patient derives no benefit no expense ot any kind will be incurred. Write to-day (a postcard will do) and mention the name of this paper, to Elmer SHIRLEY. Shirley (Cl),6,Great James Sfteet, Bedford Row, London, W.C, For the benefit of other sufferers I attach the personal references of some of the hundreds of men and women who have cured themselves by this efficacious and inexpensive Home Treatment.

MRS. E. MOSS. 159, Cavendisb Street, Ipswich, Suffolk. Write"?, March IHth, lU ' I fcuflLrtd from bc\cre Catarrh for 10 >eais, dtid was deaf fioni one to tv^o J ears before commcpcins your treatment Doctor, tioatetl m-v thrcnt, but u oiil> f,otv\otsp_ T-vci since commencing, the ' Shiilcj Sjstem' I hi\c unpiovcd It i-, jeais since I telt so well a^ 1 do now-alldae to >our tieatmont Mj husband aiid fitends aic su'i>'ised at the \vondeifiil ciue "

MS. W. H. WABD, 27, Carlisle Road, SoDthsea, Hants. Uiilcs, Match 17 1912 " I had suftded, befoie sendinji to you for fi\e yeais fiom na'^a!, and bioachial Catairli,,ind fiom difhcidt hrcathin<4 all mj life The 'Shulcj S\stem' completely cutcd mj complaints in 4 we e ks it has done ill \ ou claimed for It ' I found dist>nct relict from the vei> fiist application, and now ail the C atairh symptoms and ddh cultv in breathini< ha\e ^onp "

MB. W. BAWKINS. Shirley Sonse. Jampers, Christchurch, Hants., Wut( s, March;13th, 1912 :" After sufteriiifi from "chronic Catarrh for toui years I found the right remedy ill the ' Sh'rl.ey' System.' Alter a week < ttv,itment only my nose, thioat and head are altogether better. I ahva\:3 thought there was no cure for mc 'Ihcie aio lumdieds of men sufteriiig the <-aine as myself who should ny your treitmcnt thp\ uould soon s'>e that it ib the only cure foi na<- d Ca aiih "

Remarkabic Discovery which Creates a Perfect Complexion.


The Discovery of Vegetine renders all cosmetics unnecessary. It is an absolute j cure for every kind of skin trouble. { Vegetine gives a perfect | | complexion. Miss H. Culling %<'rlfes : " It has improved my face wonderfully, and has also made a great change in my inolhcr's ' appearance. I cannot praise it too h'ghly." ^ Vegetine is sold by all high-class | Chemists througl>out the world. | Many people think theie i^ iio cure for .i bad London, with your name and address, enclosing complexion, m d until \'egctin( yv.ii di-coyered theie only one penny stamp for postage. This sample yvill be sufiicienl to prove to you yvas. no cure. You hear people s a y : " I liave a nattirally bad complexion." There is no stich thing that a yvonderfiil discovery lias been made, and as a naturally bad complexion. Vegetine gives you that Vegetine yvill produce a perfect complexion the complexion Nature meant you to have. Hitherto the mistake has been made of trying to cure face blemishes by outyvard applications. Vegetine is TO TRY T H I S WORLD-FAMOUS taken internally, and it never fails. BEAUTY SECRET FREE, (F. 2/3/12) REMARKABLE CURES. To the DAVID MACQUEEN CO., Paternoster-royv, London. E.C. The cures effected by this preparation are really Not havint; previously tried Vcfietine, I desire you remarlcable. The most obstinate cases liave yielded to forward mo one of your free trial boxes. I enclose to a course of Vegetine. Sensitive people yvho for Id. stamp for cost of postage, years have suffered untold misery oyving to their NAME bad complexions have in a feyv yveeks obtained a perfectly clear, satin-smooth Skin simply by the ADDRESS us of Vegetine. Vegetine is a blood cleanser of extraordinary

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