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in Saskatchewan (Western Canada)— Kli From 20 Acres heat was the thresh er’s return from a Lloydminster farm during one season, Many fields in that as well as other dis tricts yielded from 25 to3sbushelsofwheat to the acre. Other grains in proportion. URGE PROFITS s derived from the : HOMESTEAD of Western Canada. cellent showing causes advance. Land values >uble in two years ’time, rrowin*, mixed farm- Le raising and dairying rofitabie. Free Home t 160 acres are to be he very best district -; w pre-empt*ons at SO.OO P°r acre within certain areas. WwtXtßarl>f4i Schools and churches In every B settlement, climate unexcelled. soil the richest; wood, water and building material plentiful. For particulars as to location, set tlers' low railway rates and descrlp tlve Illustrated pamphlet, last Best West ’ and other Information, write to Sup't of Immigration, Ottawa, Canada, or to Caaadiaa uovermueut GEORGE A. HALL 123 Second St. Milwaukee. Wis. (Dse address nearest you.) SHORT NEWS ITEMS. I)r. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, Saturday. March 9th. On Friday of last week the Great Northern Life Insurance company moved to its new quarters in the new telephone building. Dr. S. M. B. Smith has just received j anew Maxwell automobile, and is preparing to make calls quick as soon as the snow goes off. Round cedar posts, 7xlo feet long, and split cedar posts, 7 feet long, for sale at Frank Kurth’s I lard ware store, 207 Washington street. f 27-2 t We have for rent a nice home on Fulton street. Good location and best of neighbors. Cheap to good parties. Crocker-Thayer Land Cos. Senator W. W. Albers lias our sin cere thanks for a copy of the Wiscon consin blue hook. Mr. Albers has dis tributed many of these valuable books during the past week. A flock of snow birds have been making their home here in Wausau the past week. Where they came from, or which way they are migiat ing to is a puzzle to our audubonites. A Farmers’ Institute was held in Gleason, in Lincoln county, last Fri day and Saturday. Principal J. Frank Kadonsky of the Marathon our.tv agricultural school being one of the lecturers on both days. Gertrude, the five j’ear old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Reichert, resid ing at 1026 South Fourth avenue, died Friday morning of blood poison ing. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon from the home. Joseph Doborski of Hatley was granted his first citizen’s papers in circuit court Thursday. He is only nineteen years of age and will have to wait two years to make application for his full citizenship rights. He came to this country in 1894 from Germany. The Bissell-Wheeler Lumber com pany filed its articles of incorporation with Register of Deeds John Sell Friday. The capital stock is given as $25,000, there being 250 shares at SIOO each. The incorporators men tioned are W. 11. Bissell, Frank Bis sell and W. D. Wheeler. The Wausau Iron Works received the contract for building anew bridge at Marcli Rapids. The local concern was the lowest bidder among several concerns, their bid being $3,900. The new bridge will be 150 feet long and have a concrete foundation. There will be two spans to the structure and the same will also have a con crete driveway. The report of the municipal court for the month of February shows that the sum of $407.80 bad been col lected during that time for fines and fees. Of this amount slOl goes into the city treasury and $303 80 into the county treasury. The large sums collected as fines in the saloon cases are the cause of such an enormous business being done in that court. I To California I In effect daily, March 1 to April 15, 1912 t Energetic men and women are wanted in Califor- % nia. For such, there are splendid opportunities in this winterless country. Climate is ideal— I sunshine, green grass and flowers the year ’round gi Special Tourist Car Service f over the m Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul I Union-Southern Pacific Line and * The China and Japan Mail” from Chicago on March jbJ 1,2, 3, 12. 19, 26. April 2,12. 13, 14 and 15, will have spe<~ ; ui H tourist sleeping cars operated from Omaha tr. California on H special tourist trains, personally conducted. Low price gl meals in dining car. Victrola concerts daily. Regular tourist M sleeping cars via this route from Chicago, Omaha and points p| intermediate, daily. H Sev ure tickets, sleeping car reservations and full information §8 trom local agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul £9 Railway. H Dto'.nptw Htcivtar* on irourrf. F. A. MILLF.R, General Passenger Agent, CHICAGO Violin making and special atten tion given to repair work. f2o4w T. W. Hart, 902 Ist St. Hugo Mumm was granted a divorce from his wife Ida L. Mumm in cir cuit court, Thursday, on the grounds of desertion. Miss Katherine O'Connor passed through an operation at St. Mary’s hospital last Wednesday. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Connor. Her condition is reported as being very satisfactory. The board of directors of the Mara thon County Telephone company held a meeting here last Friday to transact some business matters, that had ac cumulated since the annual meeting of the company last month. Fob sale—l6o acres, 5 miles from the city nearly all cleared- has tine buildings. All farm machinery and stock. Cs.ll on Crocker-Tb.’.yer Land Cos. for further information. This is one of tin best farms in Marathon county. The homo of J. Bankes on Sherman street has been quarantined on ac count of a mild case of small pox, the patient being Mr. Bankes. It is thought he contracted the disease in Portage, where he iiad been visiting, and where the disease is reported to he spreading. At the regular monthly meeting of the Central Wisconsin Poultry associ ation held Thursday evening the dates for holding next years poultry show were definitely set on the 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 of January. At the meet ing the Barred Plymouth Rock lien was the topic of discussion, the same being led by Roscoe Young, who had brought a pair of his prize winning birds to the meeting for instructions in scoring. Avery interesting meet ing was had. At the next meeting the White Wyandotte will be dis cussed. A decision in the case of the First National bank of Crandon against the United States Fidelity Guarantee Cos. of Baltimore, which was tried in cir cuit court several weeks ago, was handed down by Judge Reid Thurs day. The decision gives to the plain tiff a judgment for SIO,OOO, the full amount sued for, the defendant com pany having furnished a surety bond for an employe of the hank in that amount, and the said employe having allowed transactions in the business of the bank, through which the institution lost a large sum of money. It is expected that the case will be appealed to the supreme court. The Athen’s Record in speaking of the death of Leon Hart at the County asvlum last week says: “He was buried from this village, Rev. Muehlenkamp conducting the services. Heleavesa wife and six chil dren. Leon Hart settled on his farm sixteen years ago, and for a number of years previous he was head sawyer at the ltietbrock company’s mill and lived in Athens. For a number of years he has been mentally unsound, his affiicticn having been caused by a fall on the head. Last August hewas com mitted to the Northern Hospital near Oshkosh and was transferred to the asylum at Wausau only a few weeks before his death.” The work of putting in anew front and remodeling the east store room of the Radandt building on Scott street is very nearly completed. The E. J. Radandt Furniture Cos. will be able to occupy the new addition to its present quarters in a short time and will then have one of the roomiest and best equipped furniture stores in the northwest. New goods are ar riving daily at this hustling business place and by the time that the new store room is ready for occupancy, the finest line of furniture goods ever shown in this city will also be ready to be put on display. Watch this en terprising firm for what it will have to say to the public in the columns of this paper. You judge a man not by what he promises to do, but what he lias done. That is the only true test. Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy judged by this standard ha r no superior. Teople every where speak of it in the highest terms of praise. For sale by All Dealers. STILL SURVEYING. The Wisconsin Valley Electric road j still keeps in the public eye. It does ; not seem that this corporation lias a large crew out surveying just foi the fun of it. It has been very active in various ways for six months past in laying out lines, organizing, etc. It designs to run an electric trolley road from Madison to Portage and then north up the Wisconsin river valley. In an interview with the Merrill Herald the surveyor in charge said: “Our survey is naturally not par allel with the road as the contem plated roe.d is not for the purpose of only carrying passengers but freight and express likewise. Hence, we seek to make only medium grades and do not follow any roads. Our greatest grade is one per cent, com pensated —by the latter term, we mean that on curves, the grade will not be more than one per cent., there fore the whole line will be one of most medium grade.” With reference to the way the road will he laid out to Wausau the sur veyor said: “The electric line as thus far sur veyed, will go east of Mosinee by three miles, thence to Rothschild, where three different surveys have been made for crossings over the river to the west. Whichever of these is taken we cannot tell. The line will enter Wausau on Sixth avenue on the west side and will then take Second avenue north out of the city limits. The line will be two miles west of Brokaw, passing at a point marked one mile from the river. Ai Trappe Rapids the line will be at least three miles west of the river.” He further said tiiat the road will be completed to Merrill within two years. THE “JUVENILE BOSTONIANS.” Those who appreciate clean musical comedy will have the opportunity on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, March 6. 7, when the Juvenile Boston ians will appear at the grand opera house, in the tuneful musical comedies “The Rose of Biandun” and “The Dream Girl, ” pieces which are filled with tinkling songs and bubbling comedy, and are distinct novelties in that they are presented by a company composed entirely of girls, ranging from sixteen to twenty years of age. who handle their roles in a way that is a revelation to anyone who witnes ses the performance for the first time. Miss Patsie Henry, the comedienne of the company, has been drafted from the ranks of vaudeville where she has been scoring tremendously in the larger cities of the East for the past two seasons. It was only the fact that Miss Henry received her early educa tion with this organization and wished a rest from the more strenuous ichors of vaudeville, that the Bostonians were able to secure her for a limited engage ment this season. JUDGE O’NEILL SPEAKS. Circuit Judge James O’Neil, of Neillsville, an occasional visitor in exchanging circuit court seats with Judge A. 11. Reid of this city, who gave a very interesting address at Madison a few days ago to the law students in which he said that “if the recall of judges should come, the law of the land would no longer gov ern. What is popularly supposed to be the will of the people, would in fact be merely the whimsicality and caprice of the mob. No better ex ample of what a mob will do in vio lating judicial opinion is citable, lie said, than Christ’s trial before Pilate. He attributed the failure of the Greek civilization to the lack of an Independent judiciary.” APPOINTED SUPERINTENDENT. The many friends of Clyde Grout in Wausau will be Dleased to learn that he has been promoted to the position of superintendent of division No. 1, on the Canadian Pacific R. R. with headquarters in Toronto, Ont. Mr. Grout has been with that road ever since lie left home some eleven years ago. He has been steadily promoted and for several years has held the position of assistant superintendent with headquarters at Havelock, Ont. His home has been atPeterboro, Ont., and now he and his family will reside in Toronto. Mr. Grout is a son of A. 11. Grout, cashier of the First Na tional Bank, of this city. Many sufferers from rheumatism have been surprised and delighted vviih the prompt relief afforded by applying Chamberlain’s Liniment. Not one ease of rheumatism in ten requires any in ternal treatment whatever. This lini ment is for sale by all dealers. MORE CASES DISPOSED OF. Hans Weik plead guilty before Judge Marchetti to the charge of al lowing minors to loiter in his saloon and was fined S2O and the costs of the court proceedings, which he paid. The charge of having sold liquor to a minor, which had also been brought against him by the city at torney, was then dropped. ASK PIRBROWN. Here's Some Importau' News for Men Who Are Growing Bald. People who have taken our word for it that PARISIAN SAGE is the real hair grower, beautitier and dandruff cure have never been disappointed. Here’s the word of a person who took our word. “I have been using PARISIAN SAGE about a year. When I began to use it I had only a light “fuzz’’ on my head. Now I have a good thick growth and it is growing thicker, longer right along. Many people don’t believe it oan be done, but I know from my own experience with PARISIAN SAGE thiu it can: I recommend it in the fullest confidence—Gainse Brown. TO? North Fillmore St., Maryville, Mo The above statement was made to Dr. C. D. Koch of the Koch Pharmacy. Maryville. Mo.. April 29, 1811. Large hottle 50 cen* \t W. W. Albers and druggists everywh _ It isguaranteed. WAUSAU. WISCONSIN Come and let us tell you about about o><r metnod of replacing teeth without plates. This is the only method which perfectly equalizes the strain of mastication. It permits the fullest enjoyment while eating, because the functions of the whole mouth can be exercised. This would be impossible in the old-fashioned plate. The teeth look like your own, feel like your own. and to all intents and pur poses are your om .. teeth, and with moderate care will last a life time. Read what se.eral of our pleased patients have to say : This is to certify that I had three My wift had four bridges and three teeth extracted at the Wausau Dentists crowns aid a I had two gold bridges absolutely painless to me. My anterior put in oy the Wausau Dentists, teeth were very irregular and by their ami can truthfully say that we are methods were able to overcome the more than pleased with our work and irregularity, and they are now in per- will gladly recommend them u) any of feet shape and giving the best of satis- our friends who have any dentistry to faction in every respect, 1 will gladly be done. recommend them both as to their abil- Otto Wienke, lty as dentists and gentlemen. 928 Fifth avenue S. Jake llEi'Er.E, Care of Central House, Open Evenings: Sundays: Phone: 7-8 9-12 1155 We save you from one-third to one-half on all kinds of dentis try. A written guarantee with all work. Wausau rentiers = Third st. And we will do your work WQr d gj|l|P|l 112 Scott Street Telephone 1815 Prescriptions IN PUTTING UP PRESCTIPTIONS the drugs we dis pense are all carefully selected and their strength known. So when your physician prescribes for you we deliver the e; act requirements he expects in Potency, Strength, Freshness and Qnaiity. G. H. RAMSEY, Druggist 518 Third Street Phone No. 1311 that I drive a Cadillac. ARE YOUR Hands ana Face Rail m Mapped IP SO TRY A BOTTLE OF PLOSS’ ZCARINA CREAM IT WILL LEAVE YOUR SKIN BEAUTIFULLY WHITE AND SOFT. Gentlemen find it indespensable to QEt,-, fVm soothe the cuticle after shaving. iCOC LllC DOILJLC PREPARED ONLY BY TIIE (Yellow Front) Pardee Drug Cos. Marffil aM Most Modem Brewery ii Northera Wisconsin Where the good, old “RUDER BEER' is made The “STAR” of al heers. Known for its purity 2nd health giving qualities. Why drink in ferior grader when you may obtain this beer for the same money. A trial order will convince you. Telephone No. 1003. Great Northern neal brown, president _ The Company has complied with all the requirements of the Wisconsin W 9 .Tw Insurance Laws and is licensed to transact business as A Regular Legal Reserve Life Insurance Com pan’ m ■ fm The CAPITAL, and SPECIAL SURPLUS FUND, with the RESERVE • ■ fl required under the law. guarantee* the payment is full of SB j f|( \ ever, claim arising under its poliaes. \J 5 I Home office: Wausau, Wisconsin WILLIAZ4 K FRICKE, Vice-President and General Manaser PERSONAL MENTION. —Mrs. A. J. Althen departed Fri day for Chicago on a visit. —W. H. Thompson of Milwaukee was in the city on Wednesday. —B. E. Smith was in Appleton during the week on a business visit. —Mrs. P. V. O. Van Yechten and Miss Nell Dunbar spent Thursday in Oshkosh. —Miss Majorie Holland visited relatives and friends in Rhinelander last week. —Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crawford of Edgar, were In the city Saturday afternoon. —C. C. Barrett of Edgar, was in Wausau on Friday, on a periodical business visit. —Miss Helen Riley came up from Appleton Friday. Miss Riley teaches in Tomahawk. —Mrs. H. White visited her daugh ter, Mrs. Ray If anon in Minocqua, during the past week. —Mrs. E. A. Scriver and daughter, Miss Bessie of Merrill, were Wausau visitors on Wednesday. —Mrs. J. W. Coates spent a part of the past week in Port Edwards. She returned home Thursday. —Mrs. L. S. Cohn spent the week end at Abbotsford, the guest of her nephew, Dr. L. J. Friend. —State Forester E. M. Griffith was in the city Saturday between trains. He was on his way up north. —Wm. Jeanette of Marshfield, em ployed on the News of that city, is visiting relatives in this city. —Neal Brown departed yesterday evening for Hot Springs, Ark., for a few weeks’ rest and recuperation. —Mrs. Alice Fleming of Merrill was in the city last Wednesday visit ing with Mr :nd Mrs. G. W. Witter. —Among Wausau visitors last Sat urday was Mrs. C. E. Breitenstein and daughter Miss Marion of Knowl ton. —Mrs. Josephine Baldwin departs Wednesday for Los Angeles, Cal., on a few weeks’ visit to friends and rela tives. —A. W. Mumm departed Saturday morning for his prospective new home in California in the vicinity of Sacra mento. —The Misses Catherine Marx and Louise Merklein spent Sunday at Merrill, with the formers sister Mrs. T. C. Olson. —Mrs. If. L. liosenberry, who lias been visiting relatives and friends in the :ity, departed yesterday morning for her home in Escanaba, Mich. —Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alexander and daughter, Miss Ruth, departed last evening for Hot Springs, Ark., for a sojourn of about three or four weeks. —The Misses Julia, Anna and Antoinette Hoeflinger, who have been living in Chicago the past winter, hd,6 returned to their home in Wau sau. —Mrs. A. L. Kreutzer went to Chi cago Wednesday evening and on Fri day Mr. Kreutzer joined her and from there they went to Hot Springs, Ark., for a brief stay. —Mrs. Paul Thom who had been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Don Mur ray returned to her home in Water town on Saturday. Mrs. Thom is mother of Mrs. Murray. —A. L. Osborn of Oshkosh, of the Medford Lumber Cos., whose head quarters are in this city, was in Wausau Saturday on business con nected with said company. —Harry Curtin of the Stratford Reporter, was in the city on Satur day, on a visit and while strolling around dropped into the Pilot office for a fraternal call. —Judge A. H. Reid and court reporter Walter Evers, departed yes terday morning for Rhinelander where he will hold a short session of the March term of circuit court. —Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Ladwig, re turned from Appleton Wednesday, where they had been called on ac count of the sickness and death of Mrs. Ladwig’s mother, Mrs. James Riley. —Miss Irene Johnson, a student at Lawrence University, Appleton, who had been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson, over Sunday, returned to her studies yesterday morning. —B. F. Hammond of Arbor Vitae spent Friday in the city. Mr. Ham mond has many friends in Wausau and he is always a welcome visitor. He is considering the matter of com ing to Wausau to reside. FACTS AND FICTION. Experiences of Wausau Citizens Are Easily Proven to be Facts. The most superficial investigation will prove that the following state ment from a resident of Wausau is true. Read it and compare evidence from W’ausau people with testimony of strangers living so far away you cannot investigate the facts of the case. Many more citizens of Wausau will endorse Doan’s Kidney Pills. George Steltz, 025 W’ashington St., Wausau, Wis., says: “ A heavy cold which settled in my kidneys was the means of bringing on my kidney com plaint, There was a constant, dull pain in the small of my back and if I made an awkward movement on arising af ter a restless night, I was so weak that it was with great difficulty that I was able to dress myself. Ever on the lookout far something that would re lieve me, I finaly had Doan’s Kidney Pills brought to my attention and I procured a supply at the Pardee Drug Cos. Using them according to direction.*. I was soon cured and I have had no serious return of the trouble. I know Doan s Kidney Pills can al ways be relied upon to give relief from kidney trouble and I have no Imita tion in again endorsing them.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mil burn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for Vhe United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take ne other. DR. TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past twenty years, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Saturday, March 9 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., and every fourth Saturday thereafter. DOCTOR TURBIN 103 Randolph St., Chicago Young Men, Are You Nervous, Despondent, Weak, Debilitated, Tired Mornings, No Ambition, Lifeless, Dizziness, Poor Memory. Easily Fa tigued, Excitable, Irritable, Weak Back, Hollow-eyed, Sunken Cheeks, Haggard Looking, Full Breath, Heart Flutter, Sleeplessness, Catarrh, Lack of Energy and Confidence? Consult me. Weak and Diseased Nerves, Weakness. Twitching, Jerking, Easily Excited, Wornout Feeling, Weak, Aching Back, Lack of Strength, Energy or Ambition, Poor Memory, Bashiul, Restless at Night, Despondent. Consult me. CTMIAPU TDOIID! CC Pain In Stomach, Loss o* dlUmnuil I HUUDLLu Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, Bad Taste or Breath, Sick Headache, Bloated, Heartburn, Sour Belching, Spitting Up, Catarrh, Gas, Gnawing, Nervousness. Consult me. UtADT U/rAIfMrCC Fluttering, Skipping, Palplta ntnnl VilAiMiLOw tion. Pain in Heart, Side or Shoulder Blade, Short Breath, Weak. Sinking, Cold or Dizzy Spells, Swelling, Rheumatism, Throbbing in Ex citement or Exertion. Consult me. PATADDU Hawking. Spitting, Nose Running Watery uM I nltltil or Yellowish Matter or Stopped lip. Sneez ing, Dull Headache. Coughing, Deafness, Pains in Kid neys, Bladder, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels may be Ca tarrh. Consult me. BLOOD AND SKIN DISHSES-&SI. ”*: mors. Goitre, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thor oughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. IX7DTTI7 your troubles if living away from the city. Thousands cured at home ■ W IVI IHi by correspondence and medicines sent as directed. Absolute, secrecy in I all professional dealings. Address all letters plainly, giving street and number. Send 12-cent Stamp for list of questions. FOR PROPERTY DflßQfliriS SEE ED. C. KRETLOW Small Farms, 40 to 80 acres. Acre lots east of St. Mary’s hospital. A 1 1-2 story Frame Dwelling with one acre of land in Bock’s addition Grand avenue. A House and two lots, corner of Maple street and Eighth avenue. Splendid Lots in Burnett’s addition. Great Lot proposition in Beilis add. A 15-room dwelling on Third street, with ail modern conveniences, for sale cheap. Also a 5-room dwelling will be included in the bargain. All this and other desirable property to be sold cheap and on reasonable terms. Come and see me. Edward C. Kretlow Real Estate and Fire-Insurance First National Bank Building Wausau, Wisconsin Wadhams Oil Co/s Produces a clear, white light. Does not smoke the chimney or char the wick. No odor when burning Ask your Grocer for Electric. If he does not have it telphone 1978 and we will see that your order is filled OFFICE and WAREHOUSE Boi Mclntosh street E. J. SCHNELL, Agent DAN CURTIS & SON A Complete and Fresh Line of Choice Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Etc. Always in Stock and at Reasonable Prices DAN CURTIS & SON Expert Medical' EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION FREL I want to talk to every sufferer. The tact that you have been treated elsewhere wi.hout benefit and are skeptical does not discourage me in the least; nearly all of m; patients tell of this same experience. lam curing men and women every day and feel sure I can do the same for you. I especially solicit the stubborn, chronic, seem ingly incurable cases. Persons who realize the serious ness and gravity of their condition, and will appreciate benefits conferred and the cure I give, come to me for free consultation. I will then explain how different better and more curative are my methods of treatment than those possessed by others. My special training and long years of experience in treating all Chronic, Ner vous. Blood, Pelvic and Special Diseases give me man> advantages over the aveiage physician. 1 treat. Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles, Constipa* tio:.i, All Rectal Diseases, Weak and Unhealthy Kidneys, and Lingering Ailments. I personally attend everyone who tpp at my office, as 1 have no incompetent hired doctors to unskillfully treat my patients, and every man who en gages my services gets the benefit of the efficiency that has marked my success in the past. I have cured thousands, many of whom had been given up for lost. If your physical system has beenjmpaired, if your vitality is assailed from overwork or worry, if you are tainted by disease in any form, you owe it to yourself t 0 seek and obtain a restorative power at once. MY COUNSEL WILL COST YOU NOTHING, BUT MY CHARGES FOR A PERFECT CURE WILL BE REA SONABLE AND NOT MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILLING TO PAY FOR THE BENEFITS CONFERRED. LADIES CONSULT A SPECIALIST "ft,™ from persistent Headache, Pains in the Back, and feel as if rt were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still he obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, I will cure you P you trust yourself to my care. I have treated and cured a great many.