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"I    !r*.  i":  PECIAL SHOWING OF  LADIES White WAISTS  .White Lawn Waietiv high coW, long sleeves ,$1.25 to 2.50  White All Over Embroidery, square yoke,"        ���������  kimonosleeve..,. .....*. ..$1.60 ,  White Gross liar miteHti, sailor collar,  very ���������dainty.. 1.75  White All-over J&r.broldery, low neck, kimona sleeve* $1.85  White Nainsoolc, fancy front, low neck 1.85  White Nainsook; pleated erabr. front, detachable        '  side frill .-..'. . r$2.SQ to 0.00 "  \White Dimity, eanare yoke,,aee't colored trimmed, .gf.2.75  Whhe'Albover hmbr'dy with lace insertion, eqr;  ,   _   yokeaiulluw neck...,, , .$2.85  White Nainwjpk, with cotored sailor collar  2.3$  White Gross Bar M,us)in} low ueek, lace einb'dy  yoke aiid kimona sleeves.... .:....,..,...,.... 2.50  White fine Lawn, black and whire, eailor collar  J sleeve���������newest...; .'....,...   .-. ,\,.. tf.. 8.00.  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However it if it cares to itiisrep*  , resent him as faalely  assuming'  that he is a  Minister  of. the  Crown, that is its own business.  "and we think better of him than  believe that he will feel flattered  , by any such' sycophantic adulu-  ; tion, not hut that he would make  as good a minister as the average  aad easily.better.  We have a shrewd  suspicion  'that it is licking the ladle  with  ; tbe hope oi dipping it deeply in-  : to the   .Government   pap���������for  what ?   Because   it   so easily  Vbludgeoned'., the   Prowler aiid  brought hint to his knees to beg  itu marvfloua weight aud* assist*  mice iu his favor,   aud against  the Socialists,  with the  makeweight, thnt its owner should be  appointed Returning Officer and  uaturally n cliauce to his mauag  cr poll clerk.  ������iau\ they fckim the miik to  the Conservative Association--  /dick, wasu't It?        ^,  As a contrast to the fiou. The  , ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������*.������,-������������������������������������  Islander does not mcntiou Mr.  Lefcaux or his meetiug, iWor the  scathing lie gave the two'-'lnuo-  cents abroad," at Mii: Mauibu's  meetings, who were ho hcckl-d  and rattled that (hey duT-riot-even auk i he eltctors lo vote tor  ���������fiim u  \ The Islander also refers to the  two elected Socialist as "barker  Williams and. Place," a sample  of refined courtesy which is accounted for, by "the flv iii the  oiutmeut.V ,    ���������*������������������-...  It pays a poor compliment to  the Conservatives aud not a cor  ' * i  .xect oue, .when it infers that they  wero too disheartened to make a  fight iu the city, because they  knew the Socialists would carry  it by au increased majority. .  How can the Socialists "be on  the wane" aud 4'losing ground'1  when they returned the saina  number of members to this par  liaiiiei't as the previous oue ?  Socialists are the largest political party in the world,30,000,000  strong, 110 elected to the German parliament aud a strong con  tiugeut iu the English one.  The Inlander should read its  eKchaiigcs. ,  We quite agree with its ������tric  lures upon the few that howled,  dowu the singing of tlie National Anthem; thoy were not  the BpciaHstfl, only the hangers-  on to Socialism without any uu  derstaudiug of its principles, aud  0**1..!!.,  spot for  the purpose*, 'when1 Mr.  Calhoun   hifoimed me that he  *  had received ordeiB from his: superiors not-to give my a start.  I perfectly understood the. rea  son fur thts���������my activity ou. the  Socialist side' in the recent election.   There can  be  no other"  reason, as not having started, it  cannot be, said* it was- that I was  au inefficient worker; audr moreover, I am gi/ted by nature wi^h  a husky phyoique.  .   I   make no complaint of the  treatment I have received, hut  make it public iu order that anyone thinking of becoming active  iu the Socialist  movement.,.nay  understand what, they, arc "up.  against.M  I would like to add that Socialists are so numerous, and" the  movement so strong iu this vi  ciuity, that such childish blacklisting tactics as those I have ex  posed are foredoomed to failure.  "A wink is as good as a nod,"  -���������-you know the rest,  Yours sincerely.  JOHN McMIIXAN  ** r\   *^������i ****** !#*������#   ������������, '.������*������ Mfi      I' *\'      ft *������. *1 ,,. H-  ouscs for them. >  PAIR PkAY TO  AU. PARTIES.  The Editor, Cumberland News.  Sir:���������I would- like to make  public serue facts^ decurriug v>  ufeHly liMhifi'ldeality.  A vejy pleasant social was en*  jby#d.by the,.cougregaUon Of  Grace Methodist Church last ev-'  eniugi1 Besides the abundant  supply of the usual refreshments  tlie,friends were treated to an.su-  tsillectuai deliglit "in the form of  a lecture on "Ireland, and ihe  Irish," by, the Rev. S. J,.Thompson Of Nanaimo. * Mr. Thomp-  oh is of Irisb:pareiitage,,and t.he  richness of the brogue as well as  his felicity of expression and  lively wit peculiarly qualified the  speaker to present the subject iu  a most refreshing aud entertain-  ihgbtyle.  The heroic history of this iong  suffering people, their wrougs at  the hands of their absentee land  lords, and the breaking of the  cloud* iu 'went years with the  promise of' better things was  dfftly enlightened with illustrat  ed touches of Irish humor, emo  tional and religious fervor, copi-  ousiy ilhiuiined with quotations  In tliid Itisiio you will notice a  change of ad from tho following  pMtrous. of this paper, who are  worthy ������l volir patronapo���������read  the a'iJo"a������3"&&\{tlwroio anything  that .would suit you, Tho change  of adi are "front tho following.���������  Mewr* ftlmon T^lsftr A'. Co.,   Ltd,  who are showing a special lino of  ladioi' white wants for Easter;  Messrs Campbell Dior., who have  n fepleiidid asMortutont of drom  goods and trimmings; colored  liudtiB and   colored silk   under  GREAT  SLAUGHTER!  OF MEN������S CW)THING, HATS,  MEN S & WOMEN'S BOOTS &  SHOES, ETC.  For 10 Days Commencing Pay-Day, ..  Saturday, JFeby. 17.  The CORNER STORE  J. N. McUOD     GOP I ilHJCHANT  Watch'our Windows for Pricee. Dunsmnir Arenue  3L  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WAUKER, C.V.O., ULD., D.C.L., PnEaibtNT  ALEXANDER IAIRD, Gbncrai. Manaom  CAPITAL.-. $10,000,000 REST,.   $8,000,000  fll?^.:i9B'*������^^ ���������*-* ���������  upwards, on wincfi interest is nUdwed at*������ttrmit rates;*,There i������ r,������  deky,. ia. withdrawing th������ whole or ooy portion of the. deposit.   SmaH-t  depotitaare welcotned.  ;   ' w},        - \ A9M>  Accounts may be opened,in the, names of two or more persons,,fo ^  operated by any one of the numbecor by the survivor. A join! rr\- n,.������  of this kind saves expense ih establishing the dwneiship .if ihe jik -. ���������  after deathi,'and is especiallyuieful w-hen anion desires to., piovidc io.  bia wife, or for others dtpsnding upon him, in the event of his depth.  CtTMBBRLAVD BRANCH.  i'jjj   .1<.. ���������. i' W. T. WHITE,   Km ��������� i  wliicli. madeJhe lecture oue of  tlie best we-have..heard ,in Cum  berlaud.  ���������"''.���������   'i ���������������   DIED.  We have, just learned, of the  sad news of the death, of another  well known resident of our city  in the pcreon of (Mrs.) Christina  Robertson, who died at the Union  and Coniox Hospital on Wednes  day last, after a higeriuj; UItic.sj,  The funeral will take place to  morrow, April 5th, for interment  iu Cumberland cemetery.  We rogret to learn of the dwitlt  ot the two year old son, of Mr.aiu^  Mrs. Annon, of Union Cam$  who died on Monday lasr,, Tlip.  fin eral took place on Tuesday iif*  ternoon for liitcrmont in Cumber-  irom the frish poets in ^ matter land cemetery.  We have Wfoif iifi a liul������ ��������� :  or callul ''Truili" puld'islud 1 .  the intert-sti oftlic United ��������� Stif.o  Workers, Tho publication ' 1*  neatly printed and Uh advwtbi,.i<r  columiitt arc being fairly well patronized.. It is edited by Mr. A,  It. Kowau, and wi'l make its.up.  pearuuee one*) a weok. Tho sub -  script'on. prieo in 60c*. for Vi'^  months.  S������l mMnl*IMm*^������tym*Mm***m*mtM*m    : i(  I ���������'   ���������       . ���������'��������� ��������� I  '������������������'���������A'Oad" U laid up with ft govern  sttiiclc! Qf rlioniniitimii which Im*.  t*omp1etely knocked him out; he 1  exjpeols howov(if,( to Iw' ,pn dvclc  ������g|(p next week, Mfo would H������k  our KubserilMirs to bear with ni if  this issuo is not up to the avera^.  About three weeks ago,  I re  eeived the promi-ic of work 011' skirts} Union   IJ������y Co.������prittiv������  Hie roads from Mr, S, Calhourt. Company, who are showl-itf a Hne  1 was to start on Monday  last, line of spring suitings.  lUiefiottsiiet., mid Wsi* on  thei t  VWkTi  di^ess coops flfio THimcniisios J j  We are showiug the proper goods iu Bilks, ,aud Dress Goods for evening  ..dieMciM auiublc for. ������ue coming bull, April btii, iirai^iiie leading shades. Wc  can iintlch.thealiove iudimmiugs. ;'<���������,       -.iim..,  Colored Lineni^^*  ill .. ��������� ��������� ���������....��������� ���������'; ..";v  Were "bovingi lfne<r������feolr>n*d ?ine!t������������ ������uit.iWe f������������re'.Hf1? ������nd'dre,fB*������i Th>y:  come iu the following shades:���������Olive, Blue, Iiutchcw1 Blue, two shades of  Fawn, Reseda Green, 27 inches wide,  75c  Colored Silk Underskirts  Just received a shipment of colored undkrskirtis hi all ������he leading���������ahades, in  shot Taffita.   They come full lengths, good value at,...............$5.00  Campbell Bros.  1  il  pi  M..W  ^    ���������������   ������*    *** ���������  wmmm  SISv THE ISTEWS^ CUMBERLAM). ������. C  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6. MOBERLY  Author of      ,  "Dan and Another," "A Tangled  Web,"   "Sin of Alison Deer-  lng,"  etc., etc.  WARD,   LOSK   fc CO.. LIMITED  London, Melbo-irne and   Toronto.  (Continued).  "I wonder II you remember me, Miss  Carstalrs?"  Dorothy, walking quietly along, absorbed In her thoughts, started at the  6onnd of her own name, and looked at  tho speaker vwith bewilderment in hei  eyes.  "I���������am so sorry, but I am afraid I  don't remember," she answered. "Did  I���������perhaps know you at St. Hugh's?''  St. Hugh's Hospital? No, though  It's queer you should have mentioned  It, for I'm on my way there now. But  it is a long time since you have seen  mo and it was���������In old days at Hand-  liurst."  "Handhurst?" Dorothy looked again  in'o the sallow, unhealthy face, then  a flash of recognition passed over her  own! "Why, you must be Denis Trit-  ton," she exclaimed. "Mr. Tritton,  perhaps"I ought to call you.now! Are  you settled in town! And what are  you doing? ������ It seems a very long time  eince old Handhurst days."  Standing in the quiet, slummy little  street, surrounded by the sights and  pounds of a-very sordid London,   the  Hampshire village, and all the associations of her girlhood, did indeed seem  very far away.   But with her recognition of Denis  Tritton  old  memories  swept back upon her like a flood; she  saw the Vicarage garden in the low  light of tho setting sun, the tulip tree  on the lawn, the roses that had been  her father's pride, the ilex in whose  forked  branches  she  had "spent    so  many'blissfnl hours!    And with: the  familiar scene came a remembrance  also of the lanky, rather delicate boy,  upon whom her father had taken Jity  because  of  his  mother's  widowhood  and   loneliness.    Mrs.  Tritton's ;tiny  cottage���������a mile out of the village on  the edge of a common-^had always  struck  Dorothy as particularly  solitary and apart; and about Mrs. Tritton herself (stigmatised by the Vicar's  wife as being not "quite quite") there  had hung a certain .air, of mystery.  Dorothy-in her girlhood's days   had  only realised that many people looked  askance at the widow on the common;  "things," vague    things,    were    said  __-_about~heri-though-iWhat~the__things_  were did hot reach Dorothy; strange-  rumours   occasionally   reared    their  heads, but the Vicar ignored the rumours, and extended tho hand of friendship to Mrs. Tritton and her son. The  lanky boy had spent much of his time  In tho Vicarage garden;  as memory  invoke, Dorothy found .herself tracing  tho features of the boy in   the, unhealthy   countenance   of' the   man.  Young Tritton was not altogether   a  prepossessing   person.     His   narrow  chest and stooping shoulders gavo an  Impression of bodily weakness;    his  light colored eyes wero too close together; and avoided a direct glance;,  and his mouth and chin showed signs  of   weak   self-Indulgence.     Dorothy,  with all tho knowledge of life she had  gained during her hospital experience,  read only too plainly the ravages that  dissipation'had wrought in the man's  face, the havoc it was making of hiB  constitution;  and whilst sho slirnnk  a little away from lilm, with nn���������, In-  etlnctive loathing, tho pity of an ox-  cocdingly pitiful nature mado hor nny  gently���������*  "I am golng-to St. Hugh's, too;  Bliall wo walk on together? And you  must tell mo what you liuvo been do*  ing'flltiCG wo last met. I was In hospital for somo tlmo before my father  loft tho Vicarage, and slnco then wo  havo lived qulotly in'London.  Donis, nothing loth to toll hla own  Btory, launched forth into a description of his doings slnco (lip days whon  lie had played in thn Vlcarngo gnrdon,  winding tip with tho words���������  "And now I am settled In town,  working In tho ofllco of n solicitor-  Mr. Sonnies, Ho does buslnoNB for Sir  MUoh HcrnoBloy," tho young man utld-  od awkwardly, with a nwlft glanco nt  Dorothy's face, upon which tlio color  fihowed softly nt his words,  "Vos, ho haH Iwon doing iionio. btmi-  noDii for Sir MUoh," (iho mmworal;  "and you know���������-thnt 1 itm t.oliig to bo  nmriitxl��������� to Sir Miles noxt woek?"  In h<M' manner thenv was n eoliths  dignity that, nooinod to oinjiliitHlfH* (ho  great gulf which yawned bi'tween the  nnhor Jaunty young mini nnd tlio  ctntoly woimm with tho gruvo, boaiitl-  1'til fueo, IiiHtliict wurnml hor to koup  DenlH nt a dislnnco; ItiHtlnct taiiRlit  lior to Hhrlnk from tlio adoring glitnco  ot It lit light oyon nnd by a conrtnity  that wns nit chilling an It was court-  noiiH, to wot up botwcim Iioj'hoU und  li(iii nn lmpatiiuiblo bnriler.  Tritton Hotiri'hrd wildly In Ms brain  for n miltablo roHpotmo to lior quickly  nttorod ntritemeiit. lie would havo  liked to nay, "Lucky Sir MUoh!" but  Iho wnrdit died qtvay on Uio tip of his  tongiio. Ho wished Ito could turn a  iii'iiteneo no neatly tin to convoy n com*  pllmont, nntl a rourot that ho hud had  no opportunity of forestalling tho  fortunate bridegroom; but compli-  pliments stuck in his throat when he  looked into Dorothy's Bweet eyes, and  a dim conception of his- own vulgar  attitude of mind came to him as he  was confrqnted by Dorothy's straightforwardness and simplicity,  i "You will be settled within a few  miles of your old home," was the banal  remark he finally made, and Doroihy  , smiled.  I "Yes; Mansmere is'only four miles  from Handhurst. Sir Miles and 1  knew each other -in our childhood,  ' and when I was a little girl it was my  greatest treat to bo taken to-the old  liQuse. The pictures-had an odd fascination for me." . _ .  |    "All, the Hernesley ancestors?"  "Yes, all the Hernesley ancestors."  iDorothy spoke abruptly; her thoughts  {had suddenly leaped forward to tho  future. She wondered whether Miles'  portrait had yet been painted to take  its place amongst thoso of his fore-  fothers, and what portrait would hang  next beyond his in the oak panelled  picture gallery of Mansmere Grange.  "I never saw tho house," Tritton's  voice broke In upon her thoughts.  My mother had somo old grudge  against Sir George. She would never  tell me what it was, but she hated the  old man, and 8ho would neither go  herself inside the gates of Mansmere,  nor let mo go there."  "I wonder why she settled at Handhurst within such easy reach of the  Grange?"  "I've asked her lhat fame question  more times than I could count, but  she had no real reason to give me. The  cottage was cheap; the common was  quiet; she liked the neighbourhood;  thoso were the things sho told me.  But with all England to choose from,  HAD THROAT  TROUBLE SINCE  CHILDHOOD  All Treatments Failed. Relieved  by Peruna.  Mrs. Wm. Hoh-  mann, 2704 Lincoln  Ave., Chicago, 111.,  writes:  "I suffered with  catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had  a terrible cough ever  since a child. ���������  "I would sit "up in  bed with pillows  propped up behind  me, but still tho  cough would not let  me sleep. I thought  and everybody else  that I had consumption.  "So reading' the  papers about. Peruna I decided to  try, witho'ut the  least bit of hope that  It would do me any  good. But after tak-  I noticed a change.  My appetite got better, so^I;Keptron,  never discouraged. Finally I seemed  goodness knows%*hy"she"chVsVHVnd-  not <-������ couKh so much and.tne Palns in  FIELDS AND FORESTS  Mrs. Hohmann.  ing three bottles  Tin   ���������nil^*aS>illlM ill I)  ���������'. HI i        . i r ������������������   I *���������'.���������.'  THE*  i#  w. tt. u. tu. m.  hurst.   She wanted a man to manage  for her."  "And your fatheer died young?"  , "Before I was born; I never knew  him. He was a sailor, and died  abroad somewhere. I fancy my mother had a rough lite, anc it made her  bitter, The only thing she ever seemed to care for, besides me, was that  cottage. She didn't want me to part  with it, and when it isn't let, an old  woman who used to be my nurse lias  it rent free, and looks after it. If I  wasn't a bit too modern to have any  superstition, I should fancy my mother had some mysterious reason for  keeping that cottage."  "A ghost or a buried treasure?"  Dorothy aBked lightly, pausing, as sho  did so, before the big iron gates of  St. Hugh's Hospital to which their  sauntering steps had led them. "Did  you say you were coming here, Mr.  Tritton?'    ,  "I'm coming as out-patient," was  the somewhat shamefaced . reply.  "I've been seedy for a goodish while,  and I'felt so much worse yesterday  that I got leave from the office this  morning. 1 can't afford, doctors, you  lknow,!_he_A_v_ent__,on_3yithji___touch_of  the objectionable familiarity which  Dorothy had at first noticed in him.  "You don't look well," sho said  aloud ("and you are not likely to be  well if you go on as you aro doing  now," sho added Inwardly); "but"���������  she hesitated���������"I���������don t like to think  that you are attending a hospital as  an out-patient. I wonder"���������again sho  hesitated, aud a bright colour swept  into her face���������-"I wonder���������whether  you would care lo go and see a surgeon I know���������an old St. Hugh's man,  Mr. Oliver Dynecourt? If you went  with a note from mo, Ire would see  you, I am sure���������as a friend."  A short note written on a half sheet  of paper from hor pocket-book, another ��������� word or two of kindly good  wishes, and Dorothy parted from Tritton at tho gale passing on . herself  across the flagged courtyard into tho  colonnade ot tho hospital. A friendly  growing.from (lie porter warmed, her  heart, and tho nods and smiles with  which she was welcomed as Bho walked across the stones of tho colonnade  and over tho hospital garden into tho  furthest block of buildings, testified  to her popularity. And,. indeed, Sister Dorothy had bcen^n favourite with  overyono In tho groat hospital, which,  with Its numorous Inhabitants, ill and  well, Is a complete and Belf-contalnod  world of its own. Stopped many  times first by this old friend then by  thai, Dorothy at last made her way to  tho big ward at tho top of tho mcdlca'  building, a ward divided Into cubicles,  find not aside for tho reception of paving patlontH, At tho door of tho Sister's sitting-room at ono end of tho  ward, Dorothy paused and knocked,  when tho door Was Instantly opened  by a woman, who oxclalmod eagerly���������  "Why Dorothy! Wlmt a joyful  nlghtl' Como 'right. In, nil our Yankee  friends say. Lot nut Just stand and  ������tan������ at yon for five mlnutoH, Do you  know it Ih three mouths slnco I wtw  you?"  Tho Hpoitlcor wait a woman of striking personality, and, without being  lmmlBOino, oi* oven moro than passably gooil-looUhig, her faco (oft upon  thouo who-looked at It an IniprcBBlon  of Homothlng wholonomn and good,  Her brown cyciit looked warmly and  kindly out upon all humanity; In hor  innllo wah a huuutliig invent nona, and  her volco had a qmility nil Uh own-  clear, maft, and musical.        ���������-  "Von aro tired," sho mid to Dorothy after a long scrutiny of hor face,  "tired���������and worried.  >Vhat lu It?"  "Tlio old qtmntlon.' Dorothy laughed iui Iter friend puMhcd her gently In;  to a big itvm-chiilr. "Do you remember, If thero wait nvor tuiythlng  wrong with mo, you found It out  iMvnntiv fn'tt nlwfivn nnlforl, 'What Ib  It? ('laro I nomtitlmofl wish I could  como lmcjt, mum, aiui ju>l tio a ptu-  lilt loner! Tlio nlco old l'0.i.>ltal nmoll  ���������how good It Ib!"  Hhn drnw In a long breath, an  though tho whiffs of curboily acid ami  iodoform that, drifted in front tho  wind wero tlio most iiromatlo L"������8*  rancea.  "A probationer lits a pleasant, lr-  roBpoitfllhlo time, 8Inter Claro anuwer  ed In her low voleo. whoto accoutfl  can-led courngo nnd comfort with  them; "but ��������� life can't bo U*cu  Imirtpmiiiil.'o; un������ \\aa to Uitvo off Vising a probatle-,,,, nnd lo learn lo  cam' ^.n',-3 own burden, Youro ban  boon a heavy burden, thurY'  "But I dMn't cow* h'-i-s *<Hlf������y   *������  fcnwiblo at but dean."    Dorothy Irled  to Bpcak lightly.   "Mine In being lift-  U<1 off my shoulders.   l--eamo to toll  . ...r.~  yon-that I ant Ruing lo ������<< mankd  litil wiiclt, iui(] t watit you to conit tn  my chest got better and I could rest at  night.  "I am well now and cured of a chronic  cough and sore throat. I cannot.tell  you how grateful I am, and I cannot  thank Peruna enough. It has cured  where doctors have failed and I talk  Peruna wherever I go, recommend it to  everybody. People who think they  have consumption better give it a  trial."   '*  my wedding."  "Going to be married?" If Dorothy  had not been absorbed in Iter own interests just then, she must" have heard  the falter in her friend's voice, - must  have seen the pain that leaped for an  instant into the brown eyes,' and as  instantanteously died away again. "1  ���������did not know."  "It has all been arranged very hurriedly '���������Dorothy's voice was oddly  still. "Thero has been no -engagement���������in fact, it was only-ten days  ago that I promised to be Miles Heme-  sley's wife."  "Whose wife, did you say?" Surprise atid���������was__it exultation���������leapt in-  t6"tlie"other's"eyes1   ���������'I_th"oughti=="  "I am going to marry Sir Miles  Hernesley," Dorothy struck in quickly almost as if she were afraid of  what Sister Glare was on the point  of saying. "We were boy and girl together. He has just succeeded his  uncle���������and���������as he is���������not strong, we  are to be married at once."       **  Her words fell over, one another  hurriedly, hor eyes did not meet her  friend's keen brown eyes, and a  strango silence fell over tho room.  "I . thought," Clare said slowly,  "perhaps It was just a mistake, but  I thought you���������and���������Mr. Dynecourt  were���������moro than friends. I don't  want to pry into your concerns, but"  ���������a sudden eagerness crept into her  voice���������"I always fancied, there  was somo understanding between you  ���������and him."  "Wo wero great friends, yes, Clare,  wo wero more, than friends���������onco���������  but���������wo wero' in no way bound to  each other���������and next week I shall  be Miles Hornosloy's wife."  "You haven't hurt Mr. Dynecourt?"  The words escaped involuntarily  from Claro'B lips; and at tho words,  a sharp stab of Jealotm pain of which  sho was ashamod Bhot through Dorothy's heart.  "I havo not. done anything unfair to  ���������Mr. Dynecourt," sho said. "I told  him everything hof'oro I accepted  Miles, and ho���������underotandfl."  (To bo Continued./  How Growth Qf^the Forests May be  Made to Increase the Graln.YicWs   .  Hov������' can tho existence' of forests at  tho sources of a, stream affect the  crops in- tlie district watered by tlie  stream? '    >, _;   ���������   -  The question is not hard to answer.  The chief need for tho growth of all  plants is water. One of the best  known authorities estimates that field  crops use GOO to 500 tons, of water  for every ton of dry material produced. ' This uses up the water. in  from 2 1-2 to 5 inches deep of the  soil. . ' .  Naturally, the nearer the.water is."  to tho roots of the plants, tho eate'er  it is for the plants to take up'the water and tho better the crop will grow.  Water, whether running free in tho  stream or lying in the soil, will seek  the lowest level. If tho lovel of ths  water in tho stream falls," thou tba  water in the soil (first from the near  neighborhood of-the stream, ami Hiea  from farther, away) will find its way  to tho stream, and1 the level of the  water in tho boII will fall and so the  plants will fiud it harder to get water.  In order to keep up the level of the  streams in the summer, there must be  a constant flow of water from the  head-waters. It Is well known that,  when the forests are cut away, the  water from tho melting of the snow  in spring and tho rains of other seasons-flow away rapidly, often caus-,  ing damage by floods. The dry seasons of the summer find the streams  almost dry.  Tho soil in the forest, however, Is  of a spongy nature and soaks up the  water falling on it, afterwards giving  it out gradually and so furnishing an  even supply to the streams and, enabling them to keep up their levels.  The higher the level of tho stream  is maintained, the higher, will bo tho  level of the water in the soil, and tho  easier the plants will find It to grow.  It is for reasons often- outlined that  It is so important to the farmers of  the West that the Dominion forest  reserves should be maintained. The  Rocky Mountain forest reserve thus  serves the farmer of Alberta and Saskatchewan, the Riding and Duck  Mountain reserves serves,, .the  farms of northwestern and northern  Manitoba and the Turtle Mountain reserve a considerable portion of southern Manitoba. '\   ��������� '  Whenever you feel a headache coming on take ."    "' ���������  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop headaches promptly and surely.' Do not contain  opium, morphine, phenacetin, acetanilid or other dangei ous'''-  drugs;   25c. a box a^j'our Druggist's. . " .25 -  "NATIONAL DflUO, AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA.   LIMITED.  Nevfer Spoke Again-  Grantley Berkeley; in his Recollections, notes one of the. shortest parliamentary "..speeches on record. "Leonard Charlton tried to ma'cc a "\iiden  speech, and, rlsing"!n his pUro-wl'i a  very bald head, known too as he was  to everybody as one of the oldest  stagers in all the ways of the world,  ho began with great affectation of inexperience, and' with an exceedingly  mild voice. 'Mr. Speaker,'I am but a  young member.' On hearing this assertion from so cratfy a man, possess-  irig"~so"vcnerable~a-~pate,���������the- entire  houso roared with laughter. Twice  ho stopped, and threo times he commenced with these words, hut it was  useless. Tha house would net listen,  and he never assayed to speak again."  ideas'Worth' Money' ;,v  , Ideas aro, worth money/. Send In  good suggestions and we will pay you  for them,'       ,-    .,,,- .,.        ._  ',../'  The Pennsylvania-Railroad announced recently .the results attained- by'.the  above order, which' was gent out*1 to  its employees some tinwago. > It Bald  the response was immediate. Many  of the .ideas sent In, moreover, proved  valuable, and their-originators received rewards' in' cash" for them.' '  A clerk In oue of tho" roundhouses  won a premium by submitting a-.plan  for'Increasing economy by further use  of carbon sheeto, which remain in repair card books- afte_r. the cards have  been filled in and removed!' He, deviled a way of using'this carbon paper with on? of tlie company's forms  for ordering material from the warehouses. N A tinsmith In one of the  shops discovered an Improved method  of fastening in engine cabs the boxea  which contain flags, torpedoes and  medicine case. He received pay for it.  A fireman saw a way to minimize the  loss of coal through - vibration ���������. by  standardizing "the heights of ��������� coal  gate3 on locomotive tenders, and received an ample reward for tho idea.  There were many other suggestions  from employees which were considered worthy of financial reward.  , One Kind of Bo8������     -    V.'  .Apropos of scientific management]  and the.miracles'itVperform9, Jerome  S. McWade���������the Duluth capitalist said  the'other day: ~,        .-     .       -    -���������  ..- "Aa. interesting, part ; of* -scientific  maaagement is "the weeding out of the,  officious, silly,    ignorant, ^.boss���������the J  boss who, to show his .authority,   la  always.interfering wlj,K lila,-nnen.v   ,"���������  % "A boss of, this description was overseeing the removal of a lot of dirt on  a* railway contract of mine.  It happened that one, of the workmen's' wheel-  barrows squeaked dreadfully.'     The  man,- therefore, turned - tho   barrow  over, and he was beginning togreaBa  it, when the boss rushed down upon  him like'an avalanche.  " Here   you!    What  the  blankety  blank are- you doing thero Pedro?'.  .'"I'm jitBt greasln' m'ybarrow.'bosB.'  - "Wlio in the blank name of blank-  ety blank told you to do that,' you  macbaronl-fed asterisk?'      -\. ���������������������������-'  " '"No one, boss.'    ;" "'       "  . *  . "'Well, get back to your work then,'  and don't let me catch you at anything  of the kind again.   What the blank  do you know about machinery?"'  1 Scotch Wit  A Scotch woman, whose name was  Margaret, did nothing but,swear and  abuse iustead of answering, the mln/  ister.  "Ah, Margaret," said he. "dinna ye  ken where a' tho sinfu' gang?"  "De'll take them that-kens as well  as them thai speers," cried she.  "Ah, .Margaret,  thero bo wailing  teeth.".  ,-lBy my trow, then," said Margaret,  "tet them gnash that hae them, for  de'il a stump hae I had these twenty  years."  Clay Pipe Stlll'Here  \  Tho clay pipe has not quite departed.  It is always to be seen tucked, steal  downward,  In  tho  strap which  the  dustman and the'coalman use to hitch  up tho legs of their corduroy's���������just  beneath the knees.   The- china cigar-  holder, however, Is not only dead, but  forgotten.   Lady Dorothy, Novill   can  recall the monstrosity:    "Lord Abergavenny," she notes, "reniembers"hav-  ing seen my father-in-law, the Hon.  George Nevill, born in 17G0, smoking  a cigar through a china holder, about'  they gang    wjiere the  most  uncomfortable  method of  and gnashing    of smoking possible.   These old-fashioned china cigar holders were often el-. t  aborately painted."    Just the    very  thing, in fact, .for a birthday present!  to the husband. _   -  / Not What She Meant  Maud.���������I've just heard of a case  whero a man married a girb on his  death bed so that she could have his  millions when he was gone. ' Could  you love a girl like that? ������������������  Jack.���������That s just the kind of a girl  I could love.   What's her address?  Last year the consumption, of coal  in this country was" 502,000,000 tons  in round numbers, in England 300,000,-  000 tons nearly, and in Germany about  250,000,000 tons.  A Lucky Beggar  Robert Newman'telephoned the police:  "I want you to find my trousers,"  ho Kaid.  "Did"you look under tho matt ��������� ess?"  asked tho telephone clerk 4n the  chief's office.      .  "No," paid Nowman. ���������  "Glvo mo tho description," he said.  "All right. Tho number on the  case Is 5,57-1,501 and the number on  the works is 0,133,475."  "What aro you talking about, anyway?"  "My .watch."  "I thought It was your trousers."  "Yos. Tho watch'was in the trousers' pocket. A beggar called here and  aeked mo to give him.a pair of trousers. I did. After lie wivb gone I discovered I. gave him the ones with my  watch in.  Find the beggar, will you?"  "My present patient," said the pretty nurse, "is a peevish old millionaire."  ���������Never mind, he may ask you to  marry him."  "Yes ho may. He has about run cut  of other requests."  Th- Invalid  "You  know that ball player who  has a glass arm, a"' weak knee and a  gaure ankle���������tho one who only'finished in five games during the season?"  "Yes; what about him?" '/ '   "  "He's going to work in a stone yard  through the winter."  "Did you know." said a man who  was reading about tho contraction of  metals, "that- a- clock ticks faster ia  winter than in summer?'    ���������  "No. I never noticed that about, a  clock.   But I know a gaB-meter doeV."  . Deal er .--Look Jiere!^���������iThe-bill-for-  that motor1 car" has been-runnlng for  over a year now.  Customer.���������Let it run. I want to  havo something connected with my  motor ear that will run for over half  an hour without stopping.  "GlvIiV a man Itdvlco," said Uncle  Ebon, "generally don't amount to nuf-  fin' but worryln' him wif.talk about  troubles dat ho knows a heap mo'  about dan you docs,"  Faint ?  Have yon weak heart, dizzy feelings, oppressed  bre'athin*. after meals P Or do you experience pain  over the heart, shortness of breath on going up-staira  and the many distressing symptoms which indicate  poor circulation and bad blood? A heart tonio,~  blood and body-builder that has stood the test of  over 40 years of cures is  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  The heart becomes regular ������s clock-work. The red  blood corpuscles are increased in number���������and the  nerves in turn aro well fed.. The arteries are filled  with good rich blood. That is why nervous debility,  irritability, fainting spells, disappear and are overcome by this alterative extract of medicinal roots  put up by Dr. Pierce without the use of alcohol.  Ask your neighbor. Many have been cured of  scrofulous conditions, ulcers,' "fover-sores," white swellings, etc; by taking  Dr. Pierce's Discovery/ Just the refreshing and vitalizing tonic needed for  excessive tissue waste, in convalescence from fevers or for run-down, anaemic,  thin-blooded people. Stick to thin <Jafe and sane remedy and refuse all " just  as good" kinds offered by the dealer who Is looking for rt larger profit, Nothing will do you half as much good as Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.  THE CAPITAL OF INDIA  Removal  From  Calcutta    to    Delhi  Rlflhta an Ancient Wronfl  'Phe commercial Instinct of tho Hast  India Company led It to perpotrato a  great outrage upon Indian national  ���������jiiHcoptlbllltleH by removing the capital to Calcutta, Ever since t!ia days  of civlliy.11.ilon Delhi had figured au Uiu  tloveniiiioiit Beat. Tho Jllndm and  Moslems both had favored It In UiIb  way, Off and on in tlio oii'-h* of  eentuiloH whimsical rulera hnd Jilted  India's hub lor noino other favored  city, but booner or later the lucky  nuilropollH ulwiiyu managed to gain  the upper hand ovor Hh rlvaltf,  Tho KuhL India Company, knowing  littlo of and caring lean for the iicntl*  mentii of Indlnnu, eutttbllHlied the capital of India at Calcutta, for, Hltuattd  as II was on tho banltH of the Ifooghly,  a navigable river, It was easy of ac*  cons from tlio noa, whoroitB Delhi wa������  himdrpilB of mllea from any port.  , Whon tho lituoralnty of the ponln-  Btila wa������i transferred from tlio com*  merelal corporation to tho Hrlllah  Crown at the close of tho Intllun Sepoy  Mutiny in 1857, Hindustan hoped that  liiHtleo would bo dono to ltd imperial |  titlj i   OU<. H IMtn  (uiu  iiissti|i|)umi.<.<i.  Aj.ishi r'-prrt'illon rrm hljrh v.'hfn  the ABBomblngn was held at Delhi In  1877, eapeclally In view of tho fact  Hint tlio IJrltlbh by that tlmo had  learned enough about their Oriental  Btibjoctfl lo convene the Durbar there  :w;  .  I.mI    II;.    ������, t|  once moro were doomed to dlKappolnt-  ��������� <ent. When King Kdward was proclaimed Kmperor of India'in 1003 the  nnllvrn wore thrilled by- #������<> __ raruq  hope-, only to have it datlicd to   the  ^-������������������nd.  Thus It has been reserved for King  George V, to right tbl������ wrong nnd  make all Hindustan happy ovor it.  tt*-|y 11 vei-y limited uuinber uf people;  will decry thl������ incaimrc. Among them  ���������10 doubt are tho alien and native mer*  nhnnti and properly holder! of Calcutta, who liavft fed and fattened on  ���������h������ necouBltlea or thouo who must por*  force make their homes In the capital.  ������//     Don't let repairs  eat up your profits  Whether they "represent actual cash outlay, or  only the time of yourself and your help, repairs  arc waste just tlio same, When you mako an  improvement���������-no matter how small its cost may  he���������let it be permanent. Then it is a real investment, something on which you can realize in cash should you decide to  sell your property; and ^something that will pav you constant  dividends in convenience, sightliness and comfort as long aa  the farm remains your own,     ���������  Concrete Improvements Are Permanent  They last as long as the very hills themselves. They do not  requiro experts to build them. Theirfirst cost, in most cascB,  is no more than for inferior materials,  Aren't you interested in the subject oi permanent, modern  farm improvements?  Then write for the book that describes hundreds of them���������  "WHAT THE FARMER CAN DO WITH CONCRETE"  Uvtry one of Its Hi) hsndsomsly llluitrstsd ptfjos It lnt������roit������  trr  ���������      ������������������    ��������� ���������  iilnp and Instructlvi*.    They.Ull how to mix ooncrrto, how to nliet it, whitt cm bo dono  ���������with It.   "   - '       ���������-"������������������  Send  foYowBoo!  It Isn't a Cittleauo  istructlvi*.    T...  ._   ��������� ���������,  ...     Tht book w������i prfntsd to Mil for SO eintt, but wt htvt ��������� copy for you, fr������t.  Your  mm*  and  addrtu on a postal will bring this book  TO YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE  Mall tht pottrard to-day.    Tha book will com* to you by  rstiirn mall.     Addr���������4  CANADA CEMENT CO., Ltd.  63-01 NATIONAL BANK. UUiUHNti    ��������� MONTREAL, s*.Q.  UlAKT  mi,*m*^**������m*im*t**i9*i*fm*m*Ht*>** t  #*������������������������������������������*���������**#���������##**���������������,  j3W  ���������sua *��������� : ���������*.  !.,,*> .*., ������ j.-jn s',     " "'���������>;  -'-   *���������?*    '  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. a  t5.^������   -������-  <     " SORES FROM ELBOWS TO  . FINGERS  Zam-Buk Worke'd a Miracle of Healing.  '   Reverend Gentleman Fully  -  Corroborates > -,   ���������  : " Miss Kate'L.'Dolllver, of Caledonia.  ���������Queeriu Co., N. S., says: "I'must add  . my testimony to the. value of,Zam-Buk.  Ulcers and sores broko out on my  - ami. and although I tried to heal them  .   by using variou, preparations, nothing  , seemed to do mo any good.^ The soros  spread until from fingers to elbow  was ono mass of ulceration.. \'  .���������. - "I had-five different'doctors, and  faithfully carried out their irislruc-  i ' tlons. I drank pint after-pint of blood  medicines, tried salvo after salve, and  . lotion after lotion; but it was-of no  avail. ���������   ��������� ~  "My. father then took rue thirty  miles to see a well-known doctor. He  "photographed tho arm and hand. This  photograph was sent to a New York  " hosplljil to the specialist; but thoy  sent;word thoy.could do nothing further'for me, and I was in despair.  "Ono day a friend asked me if I had  tried Zam-Buk. I said I had not, but  I got a box right away. That, first  box did me more good.than all- the  medicine I had tried up to that time,  bo I continued the treatment. Every  bos healed .the sores more and more  until, to make a long Btory short, Zam-  Buk "healed all the sores completely.  Everybody in this.place knows of my  case and that it is Zam-Buk alono  which cured me."  Minister corroborates.���������The Rev, W;  B. M. Parker, o-" Caledonia, Miss Dol-  Hvor's minister, writes: "This is' to  certify that the testimonial of Miss  Dolliver is correct as far as my knowledge goes. I have known her for a  year and a, half,- and her cure effected  by  Zam-Buk is remarkable."  Wherever there Is ulceration, blood-  poison, sores, cold-cracks, abscesses,  cuts, burns, bruises', or any skin lt.-  . Jury or disease, there Zam-Buk should  bo applied.   It Is also a sure cur-i for  "piles. All druggists.and stores s^lt nt  50c. per box, or post free from Zani  -Buk Co., Toronto, for pr.ee. ?:ef.t?e  eheap and harmful imitathac an.lsub-  stitutes.  ��������� ��������� "Tommy," said a, visitor to- a bright  little five-year-Old,"what would you do  if I gave you a penny?"  -*'  'Wish it was a nickel,"  was the  reply.  ��������� Mothers Value This Oil.���������Mothers  who know, how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary  prompt action is in applying relief,  always keep at hand a- supply of Dr,  Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil, because experience has taught them that there is no  better preparation to.be had for the  treatment.of this ailment, and they  ore wise, for Its various uses render  It. a valuable medicine.  Divided Ownership  "Kin 'I eat some of tho new snow  off your lot, lady?" asked the hobo,  hoping to arouse compassion.  "I'm not sure,' the woman replied  uncertainly. "We only rent the upper flat."  Mlnards Liniment for sale everywhere.  Some Insects digest their food first  and eat it afterward. They nre so  ���������built as .to bo able to tako only liquid  food and they Inject a dlgostlve fluid  Into their prey and thus gradually dissolve it, sucking lu the liquid fio formed until nothing remains but tho dry  ekln.  aafckly stops coudbs. cares colds, lienl*  s������ throat and lunrfa     -   , ���������      US cent*.  Tho: highest eclontlflo station In tho  world stands on tho summit "of: Mt.  Mlstl, an oxtlnct volcano In Bduthom  Peru. Tho altitude of thin station is  19,300 feet abovo aea levol. No ono  Uvea ut tho station. Tho thermometer  on tho top of MIbII often fulls to 25  degrees below zero. .  Hope  lie.���������Thoy say won .'of brains livo,  long.  Sho.���������Well, hope for tho best. You  may prove ono of tho oxcoptloiis.  Altfcwsrt Cuttwt 0M*t t������t Ottrttttet trt  Ml If tmH*V ts4 tiMlrri ttrrr*Utr, s VbtrtX  ���������ssrois ������I cat*, wit* U-ph* beetirt <m tkt two  vug tr*stnuwt ut u>������ ���������slaTwlu U wui pm&mtm  v;. U. U. Uo. VM,  S.  WHEELER ON,-DRY-FARMING  How" to Raise a $1,000 .Bushel Hard  Winter Wheat  My farm lies five miles east of Ros-  them, about three miles from the  south branch of the Saskatchewan  river, and about twenty-eight miles  west.from the north,branch of that  riyer. We havo an abundant rainfall  in an average season. The- soil- Is a  fibrous loam, carrying a heavy crop  .of prairie grass. It is,principally dark  loam and clay, with'a slight mixture  of sand.-.-It"has'a chocolate subsoil,  deepening, to a depth of four to five  feet.��������� There is an abundance of good  water all-over this district, and no  stone at all.  Our rains como first In the spring  with a light shower to a heavy rain  about tlie second week In May. There  aro no more rains until June, which  Is generally our rainy month. Wo usually havo a hot spell in July and  August, with more showers In those  months and In September. The ground  freezes about tlio first week In November. Tho snow fall in winter is  from 1 to 3 feet on an average, and  tho snow goes off from April 1 to 25.  Of course, conditions vary some  years.  Before I outline my system of farming I will state in a few words, my  Idea as to what is necessary to produce a good quality and to increase  the yield of grain crops. There aro  three very important essentials, good  seed,' a good seed bed and uniformity.  The Great Essentials  It sounds simple, doesn't it? It  looks simple in print, but how few  farmers In this" great west of ours observe these great essentials in the  farming operations? We have ah abundantly rich soil and nature helps  those who. help themselves. Let man  do his part; nature will do the rest.  Climatic condition's are surely against  the man who farms-in a haphazard  manner, but are on the side of the  man who observes these essentials I  have named.  The great secret Is" that no matter  how" many acres a man farms h'e must  do the work thoroughly, at the proper time. Therefore, if we cultivate  50 to 5,000 acres we must be equipped  with the power to do so. , Consider If  every farmer".in this' great west was  to observe these great principles what  an increased acreage of our field  crops would, be assured us!  . The three essentials necessary go  together; you cannot separate them.  I will take them separately, however,  in this paper, and give my methods in  obtaining them. It is all so simple  that the wonder is every farmer does  not adopt them.  Get"'Good Pure Seed  First is good seed. In the first place  the variety must" be as pure as possible. I know many farmers who for  the sake of a few cents a bushel will  sell their best seed and,reserve the  poorest for seed purposes. I need not  'commenrDnthisr^Othersgofurtnerr  they run their seed over a fanning  mill two r three times, and still they  have not reached the important point  ���������they dc not use a screen largo enough to take out tho smaller and  medium sized grains.  To obtain the best seed It Is necessary to clean out 40 to 50 per cent.,  all the broken grains, so that the resultant is uniform grains, tho largest  and plumpest,     o . *  Now I want It understood that the  variety must be puro, as there Is a  gteat danger of ttndoiug good work.  For Instance, if In Marquis or Red  Fyfo wheat that one Is cleaning for  seed and thero is an admixturo of  some of tho other, hybrid varieties, as  these varletlos havo a longer and  sometimes larger korriol than tho  Marquis and lted Fyfe, In the progress Qt cleaning these will naturally-  be retained and, if so, _wlll Increase  tho mixture, and multiply another season, Therefore, U:Is very Important:  that tho variety ho purp. To obtain,  beat results ono cannot oxpect to lm-  provo tho quality* or yield by. sowing  a mixture of several varieties. At the  present time Jt Ib regrettable that  there is wry littlo pure seed grown,  and It Io time.tho gospel of pure seed  Is moro oxtonslvoly pvfeached.  ., It is a striking fnct that tho wheats  exhibited at Now York by myself and  by Mr. Glass of Alberta, and Mr. May-  nard, of Manitoba, which won Highest  places, woro to all appearance* pure  nnd uniform. I had tho pleasure of  examining thoso samples'of wheat and  notod this fact,  A Good Seed Bed Requisite  Having Bocured good sood In the  procosfl of'cleaning tho next stop Is  n good seed bod. Thero aro many  ways of obtaining this, hut I nm going  to glvo only my method.  Host flolds nro obtained on good  breaking or summer fallow. I will  I uko up breaking first. If I was going  to break up now land I would plow  from tho last wook In May to tho ond  of Juno, but no later. Plow to tlio  depth of four to flvo Inchon, and have  tho paokor follow tho plow, hater  In tho season whon tho nod had rotted  well, dottblo disc, with tho disc sot ut  n sharp anglo so no to cut well without turning up tho nod, nnd follow  wllh a plank drag, or what Is known  as tho King drag, My drag In mado  of 2x6 plank, nlno feet long, st-t on  odgo threo foot apart, with tlio end  overlapping ono foot. Tho ends nro  Mortised togothor at tho ends by a.  2x0 plunk, with a shoulder to bolt them  in place, and Inch boards aro nailed  on this for tho driver to stand on.  This drag is operated at u slight  auglo. To do best work It Is advisable to go up tho field always on the  right hand side nnd cross tho end  row, th<*������vtr*������ down thi* furrow to thn  bottom again, nnd round again, Kill  out this portion and then go on to  tho nwt d������*d funrowt, and ������o on till  tho operation Is flnlshod. Tho object  In using this drag In to pulvm-lzo tho  **oit<t t'lrncil ''Miv -h*. rtl������(* nnd to li������v������M  tho KiirJ'flco, leaving it Jn a uniform  condition.  Summer Fallowing  Tho drag harrow should follow he-  hind tho plank drag. Any rain that  falls will easily penetrate land In this  ���������"���������ndltlon. Later on In the ������ea������on the  dtac harrow uhouM tio. run, wer ft  again, giving a slnsle stroke, followed  by the draft hurrou", which will lwtvf*  the land in an id**! condition. Of  cfurie, If possible, tho plank drag may  follow the dire In thn first place, and  then the land Is harrow**.  In ease of attmmer fallow, I atari  watV. ia Itso fall tf(������r IsarvMt, by  either of the following nuthod*: Dftc  Call and let us explain our Special Anti-Sagging, Anti-Friction and Accurate Sowing features.  a- depth of two ipehes and packing.  This will start weed growth. In the  spring, as soon as . possible, I'plow  flvo to six ihches deep.' I have a  home-made roller,, two foet wide attached behind the plow, so that it is  plowed and. rolled at one operation,  conserving moisture. The surface  packer follows next. It works' better  hero than on tho breaking. This leaves  the Burfaco In a uniform condition,  and it is sal'o to leavo It thus for  u few dayB to allow weeds to germinate, as at this time of tho year thoro  Is littlo dangor of tho soil drifting.  As noon as possiblo after a rain,  while the soil is in a moist condition,  the drag harrow may bo used to avoid  a crust forming, to couservo moiaturo  and to keep down weeds.  In tho spring when tho seed drill  Is .in operation the benefit of the  plank drag will be noticed. Hero is  where uniformity comes In. You have  a uniform seed planted at a uniform  depth in a uniform seed bed, resulting  in a uniform germination,, uniform  heading out, uniform ripening, and  producing a uniform seed of a uniform quality. "   - ,  I follow the seeder with the surface packer to pack tho warm'moist  earth around the seed. This induces  a quick germination. When the grain  is four to six inches high,, harrow with  light "harrows. I use home-made harrows, made for the purpose of weeding- and harrowing the grain. My  main object in harrowing is to 'cultivate, to encourage rapid growth.  Spring and Fall Sowing  Regarding spring plowing r adopt  similar methods. The packer follows  the plow and the drag plank tho packer, to make a uniform seed bed and  harrowing can be done afterwards.  Similar methods are used in fall"  plowing. Tlie seed bed Is "prepared  in tho fall, but I would not sow in fall,  but early, in the spring. This is where  a number of farmers fall down au  fall plowing and wonder why their  crops are light .and weedy, as fall  plowing will ripen a crop quicker than  spring plowing. After breaking for  fallow, one can let it He for a week or  two to allow weeds to st-ivt, for thoy  can be easily killed by tho lur-row  before sowing. Fall plowing, should  always bo given a stroke of the harrow as soon as'the snow "goes off, to  prevent, a crust forming and to con-  servo moisture.  -To sum, up, the secrets,of growing  a good quality of grain and higher  yields arc: a good seed, a goo,d seed  bcd_ian_d_unif ormlty___of_ seed_ari*d _s_eed.  bed." By"the" methods outlined ."the  result will be a quicker germination  by tho use of tho packer after the  drill in a well. prepared seed bed,  while harrowing ot tho growing grain  will induce rapid growth, and con-  servo moisture. The wise farmer will  leavo nothing to chance. I have;'outlined my. methods, but I do not lay  claim that they aro tho best. The  principles are tho samo by whatever  method, we adopt along these lines.  Seager Wheelov.  Rosthern, Saskatchewan, January 15,  These Pills Cure Rheumatism��������� To,  many who suffer from rheumatism a  trial of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills is  recommended.- They havo pronounced action; upon the liver and kldrioyB  and by regulating'the action of these  organs act "nB an alternative In preventing .tho";admixture of uric acid  and blood that causes this painful dlB-  ordor. They must bo taken according  *o directions and used steadily and  Htoy will snoedlly give evldenco of  tholr beneficial effects.  ' A Libel .    .  "John M. Harlan,'-' said a Clilcago  lawyer in a eulogy of tho late -Supreme Court Justice, *"liad a way of  pointing aiv observation with a stoiy.  "Onco he wanted to rebuke a man  lor exaggeration, so he-Bald ho was  as bad as a Pittsburg millionaire .who  was being interviewed by u New York  reporter.  ��������� '"Whero, sir, were yon born?' the  reporter asked as he sharpened his  pencil.  " 'I was born In Pittsburg,' answered tho millionaire.  "'And when did you first���������er���������soe  tho light of day?'  " 'When I was nlno,' tlio millionaire  replied. 'My pooplo then moved to  Philadelphia.'"  THE POWER THAT DRIVES  ,     THE HUMAN FACTORY  Dr.   Williams'   Pink   Pills Help  the  Blood and Make You Weil  The human 'body is tho busiest factory in tlie world; Thero Is no eight  hours day, no Black season, no holidays, no cessation of labor at any  time.    Day and night work is being  '  Solved  Nero.���������Petronius, the pooplo   aro  complaining because the games.- aro  not bloodthirsty enough.  What would  you suggest?      ���������     ;  Petronlus.-'-Got an umpire.  , i.' i  i > - '.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That Is I^AXATIVB BROMO QU!NrNT5.  IjooIc for the Blnnaturo or IB. W\ cmoviU,  Used the World over to Cure a Cold In  Ono Day.      20c.  No Pity Needed  Pastor.*���������I was so sorry for your wlfo  during tho sermon this morning, doctor. Sho had such a droadful fit of  coughing that tho oyos of tho whole  congregation wero fixed upon hor.  , Doctor,���������Don't bo unduly ulurnuul,  fiho wan wearing her now hat for tho  first time.  Minim! fl Mnlinont-Co., Limited.  aontloiuon,���������My daughter, Kl years  old, was thrown from n sleigh and  Injured her elbow bo badly It romalncd  stiff and very painful for threo yonra.  Four bottles of MINARD'S MNIMKNT  completely cured her and sho has not  been troubled for two years.  Yours truly.  J. V. MVBBQUB.  8t. Joseph, P. 0��������� 18th August, 1000.  A Judge't Story  Ono mtiflt loarn to sympathize with  domestic fralltleti.   I was rebuking a  wlfo In what not only was an absurd  story, but ono in which 1 could seo  ho had no belief.  "You should tcsilty bt> mow rar*fti!,"  I said, "and I toll yon candidly I don't I A largo number of country girls found t  bollovo a word of your wife's story.*| positions In department Mores   as  (���������tilMtrt-runn-* nml  rerMvcrt fin nvcnci*'  salfliy of |1<U'8 nwrtlhly, out ot which  thoy paid all their living expenses.  carried on in the workshop of your  body, and it never ceases until the  engine���������the heart���������stops forever.  The foctory of your body has Its  motive power, without which it would  have to close down at once. That  motive power is the blood, healthy,  rich, red blood which keeps your  whole system efficient aud which  drives away all diseases that may attack it.  Good, red blood " is the chief  controller of every action; the source  of all the energy you possess. It builds  up every substance of your muscles,  nerves', sinews and. flesh.' Itremoves  the waste and poisonous products constantly created in. your body, which,  if allowed to remain set up. disease  and weakriess.-of_every":klud:- Good  blood gives energy and vitality to the  nervous system, besides regulating  the function of the stomach, Intestines,  liver, kidneys and other organs of the  body. Briofly, on the purity "and richness of your blood the health of your  whole body depends.  _ Often the blood begins to fail and  becomes thin and poor in quality. It  becames loaded "with wasto matter and  charged with' poisons. Then it is that  the motive power of your bodily work-  shop goes wrong,.your physjeal ma-  chlhery be"come~s disorganized and"you  fall ill. You become anaomlc; maybe  the nerves break down, or you begirt  to suffer from' indigestion, neuralgia,  general debility, severe headaches,  pains In the back or side, rheumatism,  or even paralysis.  In all failures of the, blood Dr. Williams Pink Pills aro the best known  remedy. These pills actually' make  new, rich bloodi which brings health  and energy to every part of the body.  Thousands and thousands of people,  not only In Canada, but all over the  world, testify to tho truth of this  statement. Tho following Is a bit of  proof. ��������� Mrs. F'.'cd Strieker, jr., Moose-  field, Ont., says: "A few years ago  I was a physical and nervous wreck;  I had palhB throughout my whole body.  I had no appetite and my stomach felt  as if thero was a big lump in it. The  least oxertlon would mako my heart  boat violently, and X would bo attacked  with trembling spells, and such a  weakness that.my breath would come  In gasps. I was under a doctor's euro  for nearly two months, Jmt got'vory  little'relief. I then'"tried1 other''remedies, but with no bQttor<WHultB..Finally. I- decided to try Dr, Williams'  Pink Pills and this was tlio first medicino that reached tho root of my  trouble. After taking tlio pills a few  woolts I was much bettor, and by tho  tlmo I had taken ton boxoa I wae entirely recovered.. I now always keep  tho pills In tho houso and If I feel tho  least worn out tako nn occasional  box and fool all right ftfmln."  Sold by all modlclrio doners or-by  mail nt M cants a box or nix boxes for  $2.50 from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicino Co., Hrockvillo, Ont,  Aff Initios  In tho hereafter tho man encountered u group of animals-two or three  heavors, au otter, and hoiiio soals,  though tho cllnuito, to say tlio loast  of It was mild.  "Wo wero Hklnnod for your wlfo's  furs!" thoy oxclulnuM civilly, upon  observing his-perplexity,    ;  Ho started and broko Inlo a loud  laugh.  "Bo was 1" quoth" ho, and Joined  them; and thoncoforlh tlicy wandered on togothor. "  ���������   mt--wmmmm,9  Household ��������� troubles; llondndio,  Toothaoho, Earache, filoninflh oeho,  Hamllna Wizard Oil euros IIioho aches  nnd pains so why don't you keep a  bottlo In, tho houg'f.  li   i Mill in i iii -'      n- - i"-r~-i -  "*  Tho latost statistics rIvo a good  Idea of how tho increasingly largo  number of cottutry girls who go to  tlio larger cities from villages nnd  small towns Iu Oerimmy cam their  dally bread.   There wore about 150,-  mills nnd na.noo In tohmtto factories.  In laundries H.aou women were urn-  ployed, of whom a largo iiumhor event-  ually wnt into ������#rr|eo n������ ho������s<>ma!������U.  World Could Not Live on Vegetables  The great obstaclo to the general  adoption of a vegetable diet Is not  physiological or ethical or philosophical. It Is economic. Wo cannot all  be vegetarians, beoaus.0 there are not  vegetables enough in tho world for us  to eat; and, moreover, the surface of  tho earth, under present conditions  and modes of culture, could not produce enough to feed us all. It could  do so under Ideal conditions; but these  conditions now seem far from realization. These considerations advancod  against world-wido vegetarians by  Prof. Alonzo E. Taylor, ot the University of Pennsylvania iu tho Popular  Scionco Monthly, New York (December), seem to rest on a different basis  from the ordinary argumeuts on either  Bide, says Taylor, that a vegetable diet  may physiologically fill all tho requirements. It ia quite as good as a meat  diet, although ho will not admit that  It |b any better. But suppose wo  should all feel moved to adopt' it?  Prof. Taylor puts and answers the  question thus:  "Can tho Burfaco of the earth (for  the fishes of the sea would havo to  be excluded), raise enough grain,  fruits, nuts and vegetables, added to  dairy products, to meet the albumin  needs of tho -present earth's population? Unhestltatingly it may be stated that the area of the earth's surface now under cultivation could not,  with the present methods of agriculture, dependably produce enough plant  albumin to meet the needs of the  present population. Very large areas  of the earth's surface at present produce only grasses, shrubs and trees.  Man can neither graze nor browse.  At present these plants are consumed  by cattle, goats, sheep and .swfne,  whose albumin is utilized In turn by  man. It is through the mediation of  these animals that the vegetation of  enormous areas of land is made available for mankind.  "At present probably one-half of  tho albumin needs of mankind are met  by animal albumin. To meet these  needs with plant albumin and dairy  products the world's production of  grains and legumins would need to be  doubled at the least. It Ib quite certain that this could not, with the uttermost efforts of the world's population, bo dependably accomplished,  with the present methods1 on the present acreage of tillable soil, if no untoward manifestations of the elements  occurred (such as severe winters, unseasonable frosts,    floods,    droughts,  . rtf #\mTV.n __.r A Ann* ������������������ A 1. >.<. L\ ...,11 1 -  pendable rainfall in both time and  space. But mankind would be yearly  at the mercy of the elements."  To meet fully the needs of the  growing population, four hugo ' advances, the writer goes on to say,  must be made���������methods of cultivation  must be intensified and revolutionized; conservation of water must bo  dreamed of; the ravages of plant disease must be checked; and soil fertilization on a vast scale through mic-  roblc and electrochemical' agencies  must bo carried on. This might, and  probably would, quadruple our present yield. Dut, says Professor -Taylor, for tho present it is .certain "that  to place tho human race upon tho  basis of ethical vegetarianism would  bo to expose tho race to the mercy of  nature,.jUBt as the vegetarian population of India is yearly at tho mercy  of tho yield of grain.*,'  ���������   ���������    I���������*-���������������������������mi   ������������������������*������������������mim  No Credit  Maybe the man who boasts that ho  doosn't owe'a'..'dollar in tho world  couldn't if ho tried.  Weekly   Sailings   to   and    From  Liverpool.  Prepaid Passage*  GREAT  BRITAIN,   IRELANOb ,  SCANDINAVIA,  CONTINENTAL  POINTS,  To  All Railway Station*  Manitoba, Alberta,  Saskatchewan)  ���������   British Columbia.  At lowest rules.   For reservations,  tickets, details, see local agents or  write  J. S. Cclder.Gen'l Agent, Winnipeg  YOU  LIVER  requires an occasional stimulus  in order to keep it working properly, to keep it clean and  healthy. When your liver is  wrong, everything apparently'  seems at sixes and sevens, you  can't think right, you can't work  right and you don't look right.  It is just as well to-take, an  occasional dose of���������  OR R EL'S  ANITOU  I NERAL  EFFERVESCENT-  SALTS  ASK YOUR  PHYSICIAN  Only One Obstacle  Benevolent Person.���������You havo been  laid up for bIx months and unable to  got work!   What was your complaint?  Tho Man from - Pentrldge Prison  (mournfully).���������Tho walls was too  high, kind lady.  Tho cheapness of Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  reach of all, and It can be got at auy  druggists.  The Way of the Layvyer  Rotruned Traveller.-���������What, has be.  como of Catchom and Cheatem, tho  rich lawyers,   Retired, I presume?  Resident.���������Yes,; retired. They aro  both in tho workhouse.  Returned Travolior.���������Phowl What  happened?  Resident.-���������Thoy hftd a quarrel an<l  suod each other.  Good Health is the Target  of your aim���������or should be���������-and first in importance. Get and keep  good health and yon can worluvith hope���������find life worth living���������rise  after nights of restful sleep���������have energy and ambition���������know  content.   If you are out of health, or in poor condition, see what  BEECHAM S PILLS  can do for you. Your food will taste right and nourish you better  ���������your bowels will be regular and your nervous system corrected.  Your blood will be purer and you will feel more cheerful. Your  whole Bystem will be benefited and you will know why so" many  thousands have found that Beccham'a Pills hit the target and  Hit Right Every Time  PrtpirtdonlrbrThomiinMcbiffltSf, Rttom,Lfncnli!i������,Cn|li������J,   Sold ������vtrywh������r������ In Cimdi ������nd U. a. Amtrlci.  U bow 31 ctnti.  SUSPECT YOUR  KIDNEYS  wimp yoji h*v������ Urn* bupk. f������wjuent hfedteltM, ������ht*ti������  ���������Mile naln������, tpoto before thotyc*. twinteo in tbe Joint*.  ���������ML  .Th  U0I  In  ���������<i .THw-qusrtenmf ������li liuiimu HlfmriiU are duo to  lli������ lfi<)n������yi f������lllnt to properly Ut* tho ������y������t������i*������ of  polMMKMii nHdi nml wait* nutter.  Jl<������"l������"ulrtf. tone,rli*anw and etsrenithen thn kidneys,  nk������ im. OUUK'b MW1XT N1TKB l'JLU. i/ko  tliemtntluit d������y you li������v������ em** u, think your Mil-  imyn lined titteiitim*. They eontato eweet nitre ina  ny������ oilier K>v*rei������n <*ur*!iv������ *t*nU.   Aciito nr rhronle  Hdn������V ������ll������Miw<   rmi never <������ef ������ fnn*he,lil  In Ihn ������v������f������m  I  !������������(   I*  tiMUUtU  M|������n Jill,  M.AHI1.0 tuiuul   MJilb llL,La,  fifty e������r>t������ ������ ttm< ur inntleit dlri-et t,y  ouU ������v������tywius*e tt  THE MARTIN BOLI & WYNNI CO.,     WINNIPEG, CANADA  "Ynu m������v ������ln nn Ytw like." hi* raid  mournfully, "but l'vo got to,"  Mlrmrd'i Liniment Curei Burnt, Etc.  Had Something to Show  Tho bent rubber afory In tho latent,  .reiervcd for tho telling by the Secretary of State for the ("otolites. Jfr.  Harcourt, nt the Hrltlsh North Hor-  nff> dinner, pnlfl lh.it n Hty frlfujil of  Me ���������**������** aj'Prondifd v,Hh a vtew to  floating a rubber company. Ill* friend  win qull������ rn&y. "Haw many ln*������  have yon?"'he a������ktNt. "Wo hnre not  got any treo*," waa the answer. "How  much land Iwva yorj rot?"  nv# lt������v������������  no land,"   "What. th������?n, have   yon  Inff the s'ooble, ot itVia^ow plowing at | fjnt!"  ���������*! hare n hag nf itMdt."  On an averaKO tho Scotch aro the  fallftit men In (Iroat Britain, tho Irlnh  nest, the English third and the Welah  laBt.  Whin Your Eyes Kocd Care  fry Murine Ij������ Kewedy. NnfimeMtnc��������� ������>#!���������  Who���������Art* 4ul<*klr. Try tt for RoS, W*������k,  Water* Etee *t������I lJr*������������>Ut*<t f 1*114*. fit<>������  ������r������ie4 Boo* In ������a������di I'M-lur*"*.   M������rt������f_ It  mmm%1*1**. ������r ������������r fk*nti-,������n-mit ������"He-tent Me*  turn Ur te������������r tenre.   ������������������ tMteelM to th* !*���������**���������  _������������ ������m k.h %r VritftM* at ju'tm wj*-r Ot'tm.  Menn* Kie ������*!���������������!��������� lieetio TuMi, m ������e4 tne.  Murln* fty������ Htmody Go., <mto*g<������  Economy in little thmgt it jmt ai  important as economy in big toiif t  *������W*mm.,.,m,.m*mm ������������������ u i m. .M.we >��������������������������� ..,*���������.������������������.���������.������.i..i.iiip.������. ��������� e���������niei ���������m-.. ��������� i. ������������������  n*>  EDDY'S   MATCHES  will answer one of your "economy question3." 60 yem  ot constant betterment hns brought them to such ptrltc*  tion that one Eddy Match doss the work of several others  of inferior make.  ALWAVS  ASK FOR EDDTS. THE  tfTQ  BKRtANT),   TlffTTISn   Cbbritfgjft:  <5onaox . &   Cumber-land  Publishing  Company.  Thi* paper will nut hold itself  responsible for the opinions of oih-  ������-,r-������, us may appear in its columns  ���������h'om time to titno.  WEDNESDAY, APL. 3.   UM2,  \\\\T$ll NOIJCB.  \]'H'IC1C >? Iio'chy <.iwo tbut up  1. i application will ho irude  t*.iM. r I'.irt V. of tho " Wa o- Ac'.  lytJ'J." i������������ ohuin ft  licence  in   tic  .   .     , Divi-it'tt of Conn x l)i-uii-t  \-.\)    Tlia  t time of Oompp y it���������  ':i 1: Wttll-ngton Oil cry Company  L.VV  0 1.  Ti.e head olllee: V'cu) ia, H.C.  The capital, how div.dfd. i-hiiw  inc. itinonnt pn id  up:   * 2,110' I 000.  jJivi-Vd in-o 20,000 Matrix of $101'  ������;iicli   folly paid up.  [,lf for mining   put-poser]   Fret*  Mii'i* ��������������������������� CiM-uficale  No      Hi) The nn nic of tho hike, strean  pr pour, o, [if unrair.o.3, ��������� he des-crip-  lion i ] A creek passing near tin-  Drouth of No, 8 Tunnel, which tun-  ii-1 i^ situate tienr the divbion Hit  lo \vi en Section 8 in Township 9.  und SeotiPii 34 in Township 10, in  O'luiox District.  (<.;) Tt.e point of diversion: At oi  iit.tr junc ion of a t-tnuli fit team,  ihnviii^' from Up m.iuth ol said  Tunnel No. 8 w'th abovede etihed  [A) The quantity cf water applied for [m cubic feet per second J  D.-5 cubic, feet  ( ���������) The character of the proposed  work-1: Rt.'-oi'voir at or r.eirthe  rt'.i nth of said Tunnel-No. 8.  (I) Tho pren.iscs <n which lie  w.ilor is lo he u<cd [de.-cribo same]  i , upon and about See'ion o in  ������������������-.yu 'dp 9 twifl Li 22S in paid  i*iT?ri:~hii>;-the-Faiu-laiK'l-ht-in};-lieid  >���������: *.'.������ eaid Apt'lictnts in fee from  '.hoc own.  [.������] The purposes for  which  ihe  w;t'or io io he u?ed: industrial.  [h] If for irrymion des-eribo the  land to he irrigated,, giving 'tcieagc  .a) To acquire by purchase, grant, ]R������^*sj  lease, or In any-other manner * * * *  water anil rights to wntct  (d) To carry on the business ot * *  ��������� * electric light, heat aud power  supply * ���������  *  *  (<���������) Tu mnnutactura ami tiso as n  motive power electricity ��������� ��������� * ��������� .vail > SVifj  to mnmifncti-ro or acquire plant,!������������''������  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every Kind for tlio production and  distribution of electricity * * * ��������� to  ncici'iie, iis-e nr dispose of'ii.'i'l   nrdi--  tribute clot ti icily for  li-jhiinj; o  -.101 in: power ....and to lOisttii'l 'a\  %lo������n, c*-t:ib!ish iind ���������.'.���������my ( ut, i.thV.  wires, lines ainunu'alur'', l.mips .mi  .\orks.  NOTICE.  In the Snpi-eiuo Court   of  IJiiii-1  Columbia.  In the matter   of the   Estate   oi  Henry Brook'*, deceased, tun1  In the matter of tho "Oilieial Ad  niinistra'or's Act.''  NOTICK is   hereby   givn   tin.  niuli'i* nn  order   granted   hy  Hi  Honour C. H.   Barker  tinted   th  13th December, 191.1, I,   the  tin  dersigned was appointed   Administrator of all and   hingnhtr the <>���������  rate of Henry Brooks.  All      parties     having     claim,  against the os;nto of the   said   dt*  CD  ceased aro requested to furnisl  particulars of the sime on or he-  fore the lOih day of Jaiiuarv, 191"  and all parties, indubted to the s-aii  estate are requested to pay sue!  indebtedness to nic forthwith.-  " G EOT'TllOMSONr���������-  to  %J  \  vLa&^a -  If-  %m  OHicisil Adniinisfrator.  Dated at Nanaimo, B. C- this lot:  day of Decern ber, A. U. 1911.  W&  *Si  [i] If the wi.ter i-< to bo u������*?il foi  ].->wer or mining purpoLea de-crilje  t!u. place whero Iho water is to be  tetrrii'd to peine naturu chum e1,  .-���������'. iho difference in ���������nltit.ude- he .  | *> :...K . f (.iiu-j--i(':T)  .it"!  ;-iiiii'  '      -J..M           J]  vrea of Crown bind iireiideJ  ���������.ce.'.ipu.'d  by  the  propo-ed  .   No Crown laud to bp occu  ���������    <��������� ':   i li;.s :*.v.iic-o v.-tv-. puH'ed o:v 'he  ���������.  -.;,��������� ,-j;:%tii-..luy .oi.January, H)li?,  ���������i.'d fippilcaiion wi'l iiennule to the  r! r.imiv-sioi.er on the fourth day of  U't-r*!.," 1912. t  -���������  {.'] (Jive Ihennniea and nddio^eg  ..t any riparian proprietors or licen  ������������������fe')8 who or whoso lnnila are likely  to lo affocted by tho proposed  works, oithor nbovo or below tlio  outloi; No pioprieloid or licenpocB  c;v their   landrt  tiro likely to  be  uK-.o ol.  Attach such copy of -nich pnrtc of  the  Comjiany'H   memorandum of  a*-:..edition na uuthoiix.e iho   proposed iv| plication nnd vu)rks.  ( Blftnnture)    WHLIJNGTON    001.-  L11CRY CO., LTD.,  .V   h i.'oui.kon, tb'iiei'il Manayer,  P.O. AddtfBi) VlctortB, 11.0.  TKNDKIIS.  In tlio matter of   Ueni'j   Brooks.  deceased.  ��������� TKNDKKSfortho purchase o  the South E'lst. purt ol!  IVociioua  North Kaa qnnrler of   Sec.   20-  Tu'.vie/iiip 9.��������� Comox District, containing 20 acres, will.'be  receive!.,  by tho undersigned up to the 20ll.  day of -January 1912,  Gko. Thomson,  Ofikial Administrator,  .Nnnaini", B. C,, Dec J5ili, 19.11  NOTICK.  and See How  Nicely We  Can Turn  It Out-.  "We Aim To Please/'  **" AM nl**l  w  wmm  THE  CUMBERLAND  HEWS  tOte-A  L..4.���������Uk  vIIM.ICATION     FUK     .STORING  WATKK.  (���������.) Tim place of the proposed reservoir  ii.: -.'.������,m.)_;; -Vt or tieur iho nioutli ol No.  v, Tunnel, wli'ch (.aid Tunnel is above  ���������li'Si'i-ilied.  Hj t'lt'j inuans tiy whitti it ���������������. pt<i|j--.<:d  ���������j  iure die ������,������ier; by .������ d,t<ii .ii ������w ui.u  the in'.nidi of Kitiil No. H Tunnel,  m; Tl.o Inw water nteu nf ilu rrservoh  ni or a\\.(:a t*. 8ao square feci; The urea  I* ' .' V.."' ������Vid' it k  urci.nied  to  feet: i.nd tin;  NOTICK is hereby given tin  tlio nndort'.igntul has j-nrelinked the  Laundry husino'-s of Matr l^.ji-:.  All depts and claims ngniMut the  Kniil Mali Leo inuot bo prcfcented  to him for payment, and all depif  din! him must be pui'l him <ui ur'  hufu.ru llin expiration of 'Jiii'v  dttyfi !'iom the dale hereof.  WlNO FoN'd,  Dated nt  Cninberlaiid,   B,   C.  Jatiiiiiry22iid li)12.  NOT 1 Civ  NOTICE U hereby given thnt the  piii'tmM'hhip firm of " Clotilier it  Kirkhr!(lo,"Liv(!i'y-titabl������) keeper'-  in the Oily of Cumberland B.C.  has this day been   dissolved.  All debu tluo the firm must he  paid forwith lo M<'������*u*r*i I'otiui  and Ivii'khiido who in hereby nuth-  eriMi-il to fj\vii reeoiptH for tho fiiiiue.  Al! debt airaitn-t thii t'trtn niiist  be jiru.-oiited for p'lyimmt within  JJO days from the date hereof, to  MeflMtM's I'ottor <.^  Kirkbrido.  |JM    |      f __;,  -i.i.ni. -   .,      ii. i   i.i...   .. i   ...       ���������    ,   ,_���������,.,._. _,��������� -,, .  ������������������,,,.,   . .j _,   ... j,   ���������ltWillr������'F*P''**'*'**'  ittm������A-������4������B--u������t4^'wnn������������*fw?J(niuMx:n������n^  i Mtamc tW^t������n-Jo*wr������roTiw������'iwrJ  Dried Brewers' Grain  Ck'jii, biioht aiid wliolsome,  lov; in water and carbohydrates,  but containing neatly double the  amount of fat and ptoleitt, pound  for pound, thnn tho ordinary feed  slufis in local use, il  Meets Bli the Requirements  of q i'rcfifeblc Dairy Feal  L������QtJIMAI/r   ANH   NANAIMO  1j,   V UA1LWAY.  I'l-nUO-   NOTIGK, i^   heieby  .���������ivon   thul,   ihe   K-quiuuilt    and  Nannimo ili>ehvay   Oim.prny   d>d  nnthcM.i.u'Ueuthd:iy<M .l;uiu������.is,  1������)i2, .1. p-.^ii lu 'lv !.������";! H������N*'i>  0"lllP������!n ih������<hly  <.1, ^ i������'������"'.  ."'  ������ho I'iovincM-f PrlU-li   Jnl..n..i.������  ..Inn, lirolih. and li(.<dc of iet-r.b,rc  ibowiii' Ihe Ion..inn e.f   ilu    p'l-  Hnvil lii.e t:f jaiUviiy from _nb.eli  *m  SH^S'SSteSSS^' BSSkffiff'!  is asUcil lor olh<  and eompaied in price witlMvhal il-- '^r^-\������y^ ' V������.������  cr  iee<bs!ufi,s   is|t,,"u.\ ,..'..,'   llSll���������    Mid, .<<)  vaitie   for   >mu  lupeviotiiy lies ir  tlie fact that feeding it iitcrcnfCH fi)r (j,Ml|l.[���������  V      I r,    i"    ������      ,,.;        ii,    .    c icuvcr i-l'K'l,   "������"U    ������ll!u 'IJ ,0  triple   pi-oieiu   value   for _ your, ^lil(,'7.>..   ���������u   up; roved    bv   )l'������'  inonev.     Its supevioviiy lies '" | p,���������lira uf'li-iluny   Coniiui^innM>  i;:r1!ii;!!!-;ir,::!;!!iii!!:ir;^!ii,,!,.i!!!i!:i:!!'.:i,!!,|!i!!i'i!!!!iii!!ii!i!!:iiiii'ii!!ii  water is8oo������ii.u  ���������en r.it  auVrw :��������� *  ,,,:. 1  v, VMlCt plHtlCBt' 5  , ill:  of i;lt������vatioa beivci'U tlie high   ���������. , _. feet,  . Wui \*. it pn |;(>,cd to acquire the  ,e .e .iiny f������r the purpests: Tlie ,tp-  both the total digestible mutter  and tbeiunouut of fat and yro-  Uiu iu the daily rntioy  Aud Stives you 40 lo 0/ pi F.>������1  Von should not be without it,  Malted   grains, fresh and sweet  1,,1'vom tlie brew ktltle, dtsed in a  l',.,M.ill,������--*iiii������! \'!iotnitn lor.f'f'KS by  i ���������  Ui>y<i������ itou. io������d Gniiiiiiiiv, Liu-,  Dryers of and Dealt-rs in Food  l'rod ttct s.  DATKV)     !bii<   twei.tv sicoi.d  ity til' .luiilliiry.  11)12,  \V. K. HM.-'iiutiv,  i> on "i������:y.  Mrs  hJiniiuri  Dated .Inn. 22 11112.  "J. \. 1,1.1. I HVii.  will oivo lei^oin*  fin tin* phti o i\i her lioUho in tier-  iii-'iih'in. formerly owned by Mr,  Tnnof. Stewart, on nml after  March Uh���������nniil then in Camp in-  llr-Ulll.  HOU HAIK-The South 15u.m  ���������   .. ��������� i'   "ir.,i vi ,,vt    A vcniiii   im<l  C'V  n \\\t: htad.  .,, Mhe ntttvhet of actc-  ���������> ��������� Im'; ti.  U..   tuipai'it'lt'f.    Utit-  ,'  .<���������'. txru-tbit  ���������VliCllicr it is niopiiietl toio.Mrthe  CUMBERLAND   CAFE  ��������� *.Mi  ny a;tter.������  ���������I,-.-; ,'ll.u ,' ���������������'  ,,ilt,������.))MV������ii-������  it -l-ikfc   oi  Uuiulin,  ..������.'.  vi  ,( l.r   Ion- t  ki|; No������ ������t^w������rtd,  JACK & RICHARDS  t'l������prtetor8  Oliaiijjeof adveitiseinents will-  not be received ut this olllce later,  than is o'clock noon   on   Tues  duv.s. ���������  HlfflWHHi������������lll������llll  rent^Qniu  *������ Mm��������� IN CANADA  ^���������x^y:;:.:# v.-v;--;.'"-v* - ^*;?Prafe  NEWSpCU'-MBER^A-ND;; BRITISH:'COLUMBIA;.:.  'Ll|     |"|- i       i     i, __.-_\ -jt    -__rt__   ji.i-.LUf* -_ii._l      '      .'      i niii-i   '* " i .     '   i "* i     -     -*     i i-     i.������  "*--"       ���������     im   H ir" ��������������������������������������������� -���������I   re urn rirw it-     *i -ti    -"i    .en���������-.���������������������������p   ��������� '    ���������' ������   itl'ii1JW'-.yl'"<"'������11"  r<;fc<  -. "L'AND-.KEGTSTRY ACT"  Makes Your EXPENSES Li2ht  Makes Your BISCUITS light'  Makes Your CAKES Lighr *sjs$  I .like j Yoar DU^r> Li^Lt , .'"r--5*^  M-ik-s Your LABOR Lk-lsi.' r  l*> /������  ,--c-_,nr***Si'_a  ���������'jAA/fiS'.*^.  ORDEX FROM YOUR   B^ft^S  %  E.W.CXLETTCO.J.TiX - mmJr  Xu-or-to, Ont. 0 AWiMJIi'y  {^P?  t The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  Tha'Ccmtial Hotil for Sportsmen  None lua the Ue.n of Wines and Liquors  at the. Bar.  ���������      RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prep  ^������^^2-4-.I-r^rl^^i--J--l������J-i--l''J-''H,'i'*'S,*ll  "3 .  '   c  0,,  */  u  0  '���������    53  ��������� E  .   if  ���������T3  O  o  CD  'GO  '&  CD'  ���������~T���������t  >-4���������4  T3  C  c .  I/)  ' D? *  **   *r���������< ,  o  u.  ���������J-J  -1-J  L.J-..  bo  F?  ^3  G3  9-  ���������������  ������  To Charles Copelli,   registered  owner and   I).   Uapiilli,   assessed  owner, of lilock.'-D'' of Lot" 194,"  Oomo'x Dist'iet, Map 422.  TAKK NOTICE, that au   appli-  ���������.Tcafiou has been made  to register David Roy-as .the owner jo  fee simple of   the   above   land  ; under a Tax Sale/.l'eed"  front  thev  Deputy   Assessor   of   tlie  ���������- District   of   Comox,  a������d  you  - are" required to contact the claim  of the Tax   rmea^er AVithin 30  days   from. the   tirst   publication hereof.  Dated nt tho Land re2*is*trv Of-  fiee, Victoria. British Columbia  this 26th day or January, 101'2  S.   V. WootTON  .  Registrar General.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo Union V.a\- Comox - Route.  ���������   "      . ���������    Sailing ns ruder���������  Twin-screw s'raimr ' COW1C1IAN"  Jy.:nve������ Vancouver Thu Mlay G p.m.  Anivu Ui.i.m (for Cumbeilund,)  Friday  mo-nti'g  A-r.vts C-iuox Vriilay.maiii'njr  Ili.tur.iiijg  "Lv    Cmrox   Fi-ui y 4 o tn  ,.'��������� UuKM Aiy       "   5   '*  ���������'   JJlUUlill o  11 p 111.      -  Leaves Vn-coiivor, Saturday 8 f m  Arrives N-nnimo.  Saturday 12.p in  Arrives Union, >'auday li a ni  for (.'iiiiil)<.rla!ii ]  Arrh ce C< mox,   ������umlny $ a m'  Ro uri.iijs:���������  Leaves ('osmix. ^uuday 4pm  Li.-.vefi U'i'm Suuiliiy ii [i in  IiTiVGt N-iiiaimo, Sunday. 11 p.m  [Subject 'O oh'U^u without io ic������]  PUBLIC' NOTICE- i  NOTICE .is iiereby given-tbat -  all property owners are request-'  ed   to   connect   tlieir   premises  with ihe new  sewers. Wherever  same are'completed, on or before  the isili .day  ot Llarch/1912,.  and if said   connections are   not  made by the above date^the Gih  Councihwill proceed-to complete  same at tlie expense'of the piop-  erty "owners.. "    '-'   "  ,   .By order of  The City Council  A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb.  20, 1912  Xmas Presents  Notice of Partnership  Tlie business of general black'  smithing and horse-shoeing latelj  carried ou by George Leighton,  at Courtenay, B.C., will in future  be carried on by George Leigh-  ton and C- I-I."Adey. . All business entrusted to us will receive  our prompt attention and satisfaction giiaraiiteed.  GiioitOK Leighton.    v-  C> H.   ADF.Y.  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES,   FOBS,   PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVER-  > WARE,   LOCKETS, BRIOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir'Avii*., Nnyr to Tarbkll's Stork  11  VICTORIA LAND' DIST1M0X  - .:��������� District of Sayward. -       .    ��������� ^  TARE notice that George lien- *  ry West of Vancouver, l>. C, oc  cupation Fifh Merchnnt, intends  to apply  for permission   to purchase, the   following     described  lauds:���������Oomnieucing at   a   post  planted at the N.  W.   corner of  Lot 1 D. L236 thence East   ulong-.  1 lie survey line *i0 elmin's, thnift*-  North 20 ehaiiie, tl>eu-������������   Wet-t 4C  ehaiiK-,   thence  Smiih  along thfe  lake shore 20chains, and containing 80 acres.  GKORGK HKNUV WliST,  ApfJicant.  Dated November 21������-t, Hill.   ���������  ___.c   -wr~.o-  FOR - SAuK-Three milk  cows', first'classmilkers also two  'heifers in calf, graded, stock,  -three horses, two .drivers aud a  general purpose mare, age three  and lour- years. Apply to -D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  v" liOOiMSfur rent, at Marinelli's  Rooming House, Derwent Ave-  PO-  m  irjrd  \\ ���������5/'>V  Si3|*������?  DRINE  S^fr  Pi  &  -0  ���������f^H-'H^^,C''^'r'f'?'*kWj*i"H*'H''*'?<'fi  IN THE SUPREME COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. '  purest and b.s^BEER, and  made"iu Cumberland.  ^:illllll!illll!!lli:illlll!li;ii:!i:illll!!H!ill!ilil!l flIIMIIIIMM  In Ihe ma'ter of  the   "Admiuts-   m  tratiou Act.'' aud in the mat-  * ter of the Esla'o of Alexander  Joseph Mellado, deceased.  PURSUANT to to the order  of Mr. Justice Gregory made  in  the above  matter auddalcd  Hie  51I1   day   of February .1912,   I  hereby offer for sale Lots 65, 67,  68, 73,  ami 74 of Section 6r,  Courtenay Townsile,  in  Comox  District, Province of BrilishCol-  inubi'i. upon iho  following  conditions:���������OfTers    for    purchase  must be in   wriiinj?,-signed  by  the maker thereof aud nccompAH  ied by a certified checpie for at  least ten per cent of 'the amoun  offered.     Offers made   for more  limn one parcel shall show   the  price ofT'eied for. each and every  parcel aud shall   be   considered  separate and distinct'fenders for  each and  every   parcel  therein  mentioned, any .one   or   more of  which offers may lie accepted or  rejected   by   tlie ���������uncleM'uned,  The highest.', or- any tender  not  necessarily accepted.  Sale subject to approval of  Court. All offers must he addressed to P. Thiliipps Harrison  Banister &c��������� Cumberland Ih C.  rind must be in the hands of the  .'.���������aid P. PbiPijM^ TTnrri-'fiu on or  before the- iolh day of Marcl  1912.  Dated this tath. day of February 1912-  BRUNO MELLADO  Administrator of the ! Estate  of j. A, Mellado deceased.  eook'a Cotioa Koot Coinpouul  _*!^-x     Tim fp-flMt t'l������iho Von'". ,ti!(l  n   tfWI^*iV!*,*iliOnl]*   i-.'ilo   eiiiiitiinl AionHil.v  /MSi-,;W<^l>*liii*.i.t*JJ'f)ll \vlii..'|i woui.'iltft'iii  bH*jtf/������35rr rtopi'iui. fold in tinvo tUytm  1 Are you insured?   '      ��������� ��������� '   .  1 Is your life Insured? -  i Is.your home Insured? ,  I Are Insured against sickness and  I accident?  Liability, Burglary and.Automobile insurance.  WHO AM  I?  TB AM.CREATED to sweeten, elevate aud  enrich life.  My voice reflects harmony���������heaven.  My virtues are   supreme because I  give all  and take 1 ot'iing.  My years of,usefulness are unlimited.  My strength holds the tension of forty thousand pounds.  My frame is built from selected nionarchs ot  mouniain forest.  My tones vib.ate on German-made steel wire.  My fingering tips  are  carved   from   Uisks  grown in tropical jungles.  ily action embodies the best result of human  ' effort to obtain strength and respousive-  ' ness.  Mv coat is made of hard wood���������niahoganv,  beryl and Circassian walnut.  No home is complete without that for which,  lam created--Music.  NOTICE is hereby given ih.n j<ni,<\i  iificr date I intend to apply to the Honorable Minister ol L.inds for h  i ice use   in  .prospect for coal and piftroleun under (!>���������  foicshnre and  uiuler   the irtucron th*  lands in ������nd opposite the fuilowin).  described lands situate in Rupert Distiici:  ��������� Co-ruin, ncih-r  ut a pos>t plr.iised on the  sea beach at high wajer maik .11 the in-  tersectionof.Scciions 14 and 15,   Towt-  ship 2, Port   McNeill' Kit*.en   Ois-iic.  thence north 55 chains nv re or le-s   t<������.  high water mark on iV.c nm hsideol I'mi  McNeill Harbor; tlien������e e.is'rsty   ,\l(irj;  shoreline to inter������cci ������.'. cf buciiorw ;j '  and 24. Township 2, ihe-'o: sou:1ii*i-.\  cHy  rluins more or less to  l.i_,!i watei   n,.tilc  on south sl'ore of I'on McNeill  Jiarboi;  thence-westerly alonj. shore line to point  ol commencement.    Roland A. l..\ii;o.  K. I Vic i, ai_ciii  Dated this 1st clay of Sepiembor, nj;iK.  m*m*M*mi*m*Jsim*m**m*m**amKW**m*������p*m*9*M^m*m*r9^mv*fw*m**t^^^  NOTICE is horoby f v.'ii tn.t :>V :1c.  iiixt mealing of the,Bo rd <���������* JJu>'.,H'  Comiuisiiunoie <it tlio Ci y of C'lunb'jr  la d, I iniend t ��������� j>' y lor a  renewal of the hotil iiei-ii"!! 11 it by n-t-  for the Ni.\vl!n������lniii.l Hotol, tittii.tcil m  tt-,������ ea^t half of lor 3, b bl-ck 3, Cueio r-'  .imd rowieite.  'JAM liS WALTBRS.  Oji'ed this 7ih day of Nov., 1911.  -l-~A M- TH E-  PIANO  The GEO. A. FLETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C.  T. E. BATE,  Local Agent for Cumberland, B.C  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  lMstiict of Rnpurt.  TAKKuotxe ibnt F-iidora Mao L ���������������������������'ti  of Vaiic< uvor, ]l.O,    ������ecu* iit'oti  W i^o*.*-,  i te.,(lt) to oppfy f- r per.iis i .n  U> \������c~  chase 1 lie folluwitg d porib ti lie d : C iu  in uoii'g nt ���������t a p tt planted   al-out   i> ������������������  niile uorth- and 40chnii6 iart of the S. 1L_  eorner-of Seo ion 4,  T..wmhip  8,   thm c-  pv-r-h 80 ohaiii", thonce ihb>. 80 ch i h,  l>oiiCC soutli 80. cliaiii'.   tbeiiCe v.eet J>0  _t;i.fiii.ft_to.i.lii(vj--oLco!!.iii?nc^!iioiitI=eoi,t !i=,  >i>f. 040 ocres, in t^r lees.  Scribed on po������t EML'n S.W. coruer.  ISxuora Mah Lkksok,  D n CIji k, Age t.  Pukd December Uth, I9;0.  "   for information write the  Vancouver Island   Insurance Co.,  820Tort Street       -      -      -      ���������      VICTORIA, B.C.  10  <m-ujr;ii-:<o, 1. in; Ko J,  (tn^in* H'.ronirot, *n*������ f>p' A  MOVING?  Peanos and  kuuniturr  Kreighr, Wood and Coal Hauled  ��������� ' INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RtClIAiiDSONtfc HAYWOOD  ; PHONE 5 7   ���������/'  v'. Wlwlermcre Ave,  b h.T r  sm!Hni!l!.K l������'l)H TI1K NJCW.S  ON'KY ONE DOLLAR A YKAH.  NOTICK  *������tm**m  Any pnrfton or porsoiiH, cutting.  rpiiioyiii^'oi* taking nny MocIcp,  timliDr orwoo(l,ol'!ii������ydi*Bftriptio(li'  loloiiglng to tlio Wellington Col-  nry (lo'y., or from or off tlio lnml  of tlio fiitid Company, or nnyom'  tipping mhbisli of any description  imywltcro upon tlie company''  land will lit) prosecuted to tlio full  extent of tlie law.  Vivmr.'ii] M.'u.'.'i^rr,  Wellington Colliery Uo,y.  NOTKJE.  ItidhiK on locnmolivtfR ami rail  vray carrt of the Union flollicry  Company by nny pon-on jr ptr-  Miih- . xct \A tititi cii*w-���������- i., wtri������;t.'y  prrili<l*Jlf)d. Employer'), 'rt* <?ul>*  ���������ce i-j <'Kt-i'iji.������-.-'ii] fur .illi'Wiiig MtjiJ-  Uv* order  W. L. cour^oN,  GcncM.il Mnnagcr.  Tttoa, \V. Pattkiison*,  Lieutenaiit-Uovoriior  CANAD\:|  PROVINCE or HltlTISIl   COLUM1UA  OKO110JI2 this KlFriJ, ly tlio Grace  of  God, of tlie UVited Kingdom of tlionl  Brit tin and Ireland, and of thn British  Domini .nn beyond the  So.ih  KINO,  L).f<.;)der  of tho Kaltli, Kmporor of  li.dia.  To all t'> whom theso ]>rca������nlB Khull ci'irit.  ���������-GUBBTtNO. '   ,!.  W. J. JiowsKU,        jTXjTn'BKKAS bppM  I    Attorn������y-Geni'r������l < v"'    entiou  lint'  I boo 1 mudu tu Hi 1 IIcui.ui- the Liaitcn .nt-  Govoruor in Guunod. tindur tl-o ".lSIuniei  pallUoH Inoorpii'iitioii Aol," hy tho Miitii  0 pal CouiijH of thu City of Cumberland,  to extend tholiimlt et the Municipality,  in acoci'ilanuo with a roolution posHod l>>  t^o-lhir-lH <f the incmbe'n thei't-.f ttnil  oonll'iiicd l������y a vole of thu olootor������;J  TI'jNDKHS will be received by    Andwimmiham (lio������'������tpoi-tof tlioownem  of 111 ro tlin.11 onu-hnlf in vulno ot t'iu Unc  Itl'PRHT LAND DI-TUlOT,  Dtatrioi of Urpert  TAKE   >*OriCR    that  Adolniilo  EhIt  O'ark    IJf-wti,   of   IlrooKfioid    N.   V.,  married wotnmi. iiiteiulH to apply 1������ r p-*i-  injfjjion to piirclinso tlio followsi.f; il-K'r.'1-  ������������������rl Inndv:���������C'.inuiciiClig at a poHt pl-if- -1  it gmitliwckt con or t>f H o'iou  I!', Town-  ih'p 0, thence north   80  oi'ttini,,   tlium;;'  vtht 80 cliaiiip.   thonco   fouth   80  chain.,-  tlutice w ebt 80 o'ihiiih to placo of coni'iii'ii-  inent oor.t lining CIO acres more or ler������.  Suiilxid on pout A.15.C.J1V S.W. o.ir  Ai)ni.A.ii)E KhTKit L'i.auk Bitnws.  Dan Clark, ur tr,  Ua'ed D.'comhor 19th, llilO. <>  ORDKUS TAKRN  l'OR NUT  NOTICE,  coai;  llto undeiMigned up to noon April  Ut, 1012, lor the building of nn  addition to tlift Union and Comox  District llo.'fitul, Cumberliiinl,  Plana and HpeeilieatioiiB may be  boon at Grnnt i^'Mouncoft' olllee,  sawmill. Tho lowest or any ton.  der not noeiwarily aeoopted.  ,1<\ .1. Dalby, Soeretary.  to ho iiiohtdid within the hoiind .rios of tin  ���������������.iv. tmummmit  proponed (Xloiihion iillcotod thituhy, ami  who nm in titled lo |icililiu:i for li.t*o p r^-  linn im n Mini nipiility, hun hum obtained  at   11   pi.II  lull under the pnivif.iimn ol  motion It) i.f IhuHiM Aeti  Now know vn, thnoloie, Hint by viitne  of the nn huri y o<. ntnhioil in Iho miid  ".Wuuk'ipal *i<n Incorjtormion AvA," \\u  do hcrohy pi'ouhiim that lliu liiniln of the  (J .I'poiM ion of tho City i.f I'niiib.rlutHi  uhull bo Mini th������iy hoin'iy mo out' n.Ied fn 111  tho l������t ilny of Jjnunry, ,tH'^Btin to In-  eluilu Blook One, !������������'. Oofl, mid Uloolt II,'  I<!������jH One. T vi', Tnroe, odd Four, buinu n  imtidi'lr-iuu of part of   Lot  Twcnty-c n^f,  V(.l ,n.i tl'n ,.('������<  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  DJs-tricl of IIupert  TAKE notice   thnt   Richmond  Charles Hies of Vancouver, 15, C,  Broker intends lo apply  for  pt*r  mififiion to purchase the folio\vm������,  described lands:���������Commencing ���������������  a poet planted at -.|-  post l'������ttvoeii "���������-  ejection 18k, Township 9, and Hen  ion 13, Township 20, thsneo \veet -10'  chnina, theneo  eou.l!)  40 chnim-K  thtmeo wiKt *'0 chttin-, thenceioutli,  80 ohniiiH; tlioiite eiiKt  <J0  chain**,  ���������hfpce north 40 chains-, iIipiich enn  40cliniriH, thence north SOchnine to.  pince of comment emetit, contniuiiiR  640 ncrtft 01610 or lent-:  Scribed on pout UCU'������ N Eeor.  lIlCJIMO.VI) CiiAiii,r������ Hish.  Don Clnrlc, ngent.  Dated Diccmbor 10 h, HJI0,  the exceptionally lai^t* and  dainty shovvin.r of the very laleHt  in spring wliiiewenr ul The Big  Store.  TCvery woman in ,Cutnlict1aud  :\n<] vur.nty "honUl v.\\\ nnd fooI j^ ���������rl���������,!i:.;i.:^ w.-^r/.r, Wr-Uvc cjni'ml  III. iiu Oin Luttt'-rH to no.in������<lo I'a oi.f,  nnd tho Oicat Hud of Our ������niil 1'iov-  hiio lo bo loriMinto iilllxid.  Witniwh, lliu Hoi our Tjiomah 1.Vij.hox  i'ATiaciON, U'lOiVt'ii'tn'-ttoinniiM t-tmr  mid l'l'.ivliuo of llntiub (J lumbU, in  Our Oily of Vidoii;', 1M1 twenty llr.l  ������li.y of Vcv. jnber, in I lo > ear ������f O. r j  FOR SA I.K--9.0 iiH't'*������   of   Uii I. id iii������ th uuiiihI nl ������ buiiiind iml|  elHtrcd   bind.    !'<-ur  mili^lmin       e!������v.,Mt.i.l ia thormi d ,,,r of o.irj  Cumberland and  oue  tinio  '���������'������������������"��������� |ny<y..m,.���������r I  Mint-, fchool.     '\pplv Ah'* ���������,0"1-    "       iir.Ni-.v hssoS ydi.'N������������, '  ervill... 1*. O. \\n< -1, CnmW'.'Inu.l. IVuvind.lHKrt������iry.  M. C.  UUI'KKT MNIHM.STItlO'l'  Uiutriet of Hiiptrt.  TAKK NOTIOH  tlmi   VAwrA  P.|I:<',  >f Bil'KliliDltoil, NV. con i,i,.:n,,il,l<. <h! '.  apply for prtiu i.-nioii lo piii'Ol.aie ti.o i< I  luwtuR ilcH'HIii'J ]������ti������lM:������*-C������mit.i*i*������"i������������������)p h v  v p Ct pi .tilt!'I  '-*   '11*'01      v-<>.<      i,t     11.,  wontli eimt i.-oinir of Suri,in 'Jl, Towui-lii r  ���������20, thciiiM \V'< t fiO rln'iii',  th- nee   "''n i  H0������,iiil,m.  tlioiirneiMt Ml  ehniii-, tiav- <  lior li HO rlwii.h f.- j.l -**-- '.fi'i.ti DK-ii.-i'iiunt,  uiii'iMJidiij. (iKJui.i'i'H, nioi'i or 1 us,  Siribul on pi'n! KDV N.K, coiiur.  KliWAIII) I'VKJi,  Don f'lnrk, A cent.  u.iti a ,)u ciiiIhi in.ii, tsno.  O. H TARBELL    J  HIGH GRADESrOVES  And id) KITCHEN-.UTKNStLB'  Sportsmens Goods  nxul  General Hardware ;��������� _^-/,,V- _  i  i. ���������  ,  ,0? --,"- *. *S\C*,������-'"^7>.   -c.i^n^^-'Vi-  ���������/:)  THE !05WS;-iCU]MrBF,WTiA,NI>.-B. a  a.  NA-DRU-CO  Ruby Rose Cold Cream  A toilet delight, v.ith the exquisite  , fragrance of - fresh  roses.   Makes)  chapped hands smooth and soft and  j keeps them so. Preserves the most  1 delicate complexion against exposure  to the severest weather.   Try it���������  you'll certainly appreciate It.  In 25c. opal jars, at your druggist's.  NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO.  OF CANADA, LIMITED,        184  Wooden Teeth  Japanese dentists havo Introduced  wood ns a substitute for porcelain and  rhinoceros Ivory In the limiting of false  tecih. The wooden teeth used by the  Japanese dentist aro remarkably natural in appearance and In tho fine  ''bluish color peculiar to tlio teeth of  the Malay race. The teeth are fastened In placo by a secret process jealously guarded by its Inventor.  SPLENDID WORK  IN PARRY SOUND  QUICK CURE OF W. S.   KETTYLE  BY  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  Suffered for ten months,   but    was  cured by   a single   box.���������Splendid  reputation of  Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Golden Valley, Parry Sound District,  Ont.  (Special).���������W. S. Keltylo, well-  known hi this district, has added his  testimony to the   great   mass   now  coming forward to prove that Dodd's  Kidney Pills cure kidney disease, no  matter where it is found or in what  form It is found.  "I suffered from backache, gravel  and headache for ten months," Mr.  Kettyle stales. "My sleep was broken  and unrefreshlng and the least exertion would make me perspire freely.  After taking one box of Dodd's Kidney Pills I was completely cured. That  was a year ago and I have had no return of my trouble since."  Dodd's Kidney Pills have done a  gri>atwork In this district. Numerous  people can be found who have been'  cured by them of almost every kidney disease, including rheumatism,  lumbago, dropsy and Brlght's disease.  They are looked upon by all who use  them as the one sure cure for kidney  disease.  MONEY   IN  SUNKEN  HULLS  Thero win* v>, no occasion In a  short time for Prince Rupert, the  Pacific terminus of the G. T. P. to  import Its supplies of cement from  England, Germany or even Victoria,  as last summer there was discovered  near Shames, B. C, which is also on  Ihe line of the great Transcontinental  ���������Railway, a-large depositof-lime-stone  that is considered perfect for the manufacture of cement. This should  prove a powerful stimulus to the  building  boom  in  Prince Rupert.  $100 Reward, $iuu.  The readers ol till) paper will bo pkavri to learn  t'-.M there Is tit least one dreaded dlsean that science  lis* hccii able to care In nil Its gtimcs, mid that Is  Catarrh. Hall's Cnt.irrb Cure to tho (inly positlvo  ciirt- now known to trio medical fraternity. Cutarrh  boltix a conutltiitloniil dlwaw, ri'ipilici n coiwtltu-  llomil treatment. Hall's CiiUrrli Curo Is taken in-  ter.ialljr, act'a1, dlrwtly upon the blood nnd mucous  ���������airfares of tho bystcin, thereby d-almylng tlio  .'oundatlon of Iho dheane, ojd kIvIiir tlio patient  ;tronittli by building up tho ro'iHtliuiion anil atsliU-  1ns nituro In doing Its work. Tl.cs proprietors have  so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer  One Hundred Dollars for any caso that It falls to  'lire.   Hend for list of testimonials  Address F. J. CHUNKY & CO  Toledo,0.  Sold by*TOI nruntlua. 730.  Talio Hall's l-un-n** "Mis for constipation.  Mamma's Mistake  "ITow cold your nose Is!"  These words came from the (laugh-  ter of tho horn-to, who was Hitting In  Iho parlor with her beau,  "la Towner in tho parlor again?"  demanded her mother front the next  room.  There w.ir a long pause,  ,   "No mollior, Towsor Isn't In    tho  parlor." ,, ���������    '  And then sllonco resumed Us rolgn.  Mlnard's   Liniment  Cures Dandruff.  Black List of Women  "Women now provide a dlspropor-  tlonntoly large part of tlio habitual  drunkards," Bays tho howl constable  of Liverpool, Jdnglnnd. Thnn, during  1010, In tho elasH of 111 roe or moro convictions within twolvo months wore  133 mon and 184 women. And in the  i'Iuhb of six to sixty eonvlclloiiH ,(all  told) thero woro 73!l men ami 77-1 wo-  mon. For two yearn the "black Hut"  In Liverpool has coiiHlHtetl solely of  women.  MtJESilY  has helped countless  thousands of thin, weak,  delicate children-made  them strong, plump  and robust  It create?, nn nppetite,  aids digestion, fills the  veins with rich red  Wool  After illness or lost  of weight from any  cause, it brings strength  und flesh quicker than  anything else.  all ortuaaiiTO  H-It  L'Orient, Sunk off the'African Coast,  Has Over $3,000,000 in Treasure  in Her Hold  Evidently fortuno hunters these  days want something easier than delving at the bottom of oceans, lakes,  etc., for sunken treasure' ships. They  have undoubtedly become aware that  the sea has its own system of retaining whatever it took the trouble to  relegate to Davy Jones' locker, and  as the years go by ono hears less and  less of companies organized and private parties spending their money and  time on ventures with bucIi remote  prospects.  But still thero aro many persons  who believe in the eventual discovery  of tho hiding placo of one' or more of  these treasure hulls, and occasionally  wo hoar of a hopeful who has become  possessesed of "dope" tending to be  an exact chart, of the location of a  famous sunken bullion ship, and not  4ong after we hear of him again, as  returning from a fruitless search for  those riches.  There aro very few authentic treasure ships which still lie at the bottom  of the ocean and which the more hopeful treasure hunters believe will sonw;  day be discovered. Not tho least of  these is the L'Orient, Bunk off the  African coast somewhere and reported  to have stowed away in her cheats  some $3,000.,000 in gold and jewels.  Ancient Spanish records aro authority for a largo number of vessels  lost with priceless cargoes 'of gold,  silver and Jewels, but there is a very  Blight chance that any of them will  ever bo discovered. However, expeditions In search of these treasure ships  often prove pleasant and healthy excursions for some enthusiastic hunters  of riches.  It can hardly be said, however, that  sunken vessels do not yield profit,  especially in these days, when, w'tn  the improved methods of sali-ase, it  is an easy matter to raise a ship that  is sunk, even in very deep water, if  the wreckers have knowledge of the  exact location of tho hull. It. is -said  that nearly 2,000 vessels aro lost each-  year and estimating the combined loss  of vessel and cargoes, the figure  reaches approximately ������1,000,000.  It seems, therefore, that the only  profitable system of recovering what  is contained in sunken ships, is thit  employed  by tho up-to-date salvage-  companies.  A great percentage of the marine  losses is suffered on the chain of  Great Lakes. Never a summer passes but there is innumerable shipwrecks on these treacherous lakes.  At this writing there is a vessel lyin~.  just outside the harbor of Buffalo, the  Richardson, which sank in a gale a  couple of years ago when within four  miles of the break-wall.  Her cargo of flax was valuable In  itself, and tempting sums were offered to salvage firms if they would it  cover the vessel.and her cargo) tiis  -whole-beingJ-'aliied af._many__thousancls_  of dollars, but so far all efforts have  availed tlie wreckers nothing, and  cost tremendously.  Paper Bricks and Barley Bullets  While (here is nothing like linen  for paper-making, many other things  will serve as substitutes. For Instance: Patents have been issued in  various countries for the manufacture  of paper from barley, oats, rice, Indian  corn, peas, beans, alfalfa, ramie, pine-  needles, sugar cano refuse, jute, moss,  seaweed, tobacco, lichens, the leaves  and bark of trees, beets, potatoes, and  other equally strange things. In most  cases tho price of manufacture is excessive whon wo consider tlio quality  of tho product. Tho great bulk of our  paper���������not the best, but that most  commonly used���������is made, as most people know, of the wood of certain coniferous trees, chiefly spruce an'd lar^'i.  Paper can bo made from nearly anything, and nearly anything can be  mado from paper.  Willi compressed paper arc I'-ndo  wheels, rails���������cannon, hors'jBboi-fi,  polishers for gem's, bicycles, nnd ash-  phalted tubo3 for gas or electric -wires.  With wood-pulp and zinc sulphate  thero has boon an attempt In liorlln,  to mako artificial bricks for paving.  After subjecting thorn to a pressure of  2,000 tons per cubic centimetre, thoy  are linked for forty-eight lioitr, hi  similar fashion aro made rooflng-tllon  and water-pipes. Tolograjili polos  mado of rolled- shoots of paper aro  hollow, lighter than wood, and resist  wonthor well,  In Japan thoy mako, of papor, clothing, window frames, lanterns, unbrel-  las, handkerchiefs, artificial lent hor,  etc.. In tho United Slatos, and even  in Oormnny. an made paper coffins,  In Germany they make papor barrels,  vases and milk bottles.  Straw hats mny now bo bought In-  to which enters not tin atom nf straw.  They nro matin of narrow paper HlrlpH,  dyed yellow, Artificial sponges nro  nindo of colltiloHO or paper-pulp, Mr.  Culvlos! lias taken out a patent for  paper thrend to ho tmert In sowing  iilioos, and Chardoiinntt's artificial hIIK  lu made on a basis of paper-pulp,  Tho line of papor In Industry may  bo Indefinitely extended. It In employed to'muun Initiation porcelain, for  bullets, shoot), bllllnrd-lnblo cloth,  nails, boards far building. Imporiiio*  able bags for coninnt and powdered  substances, lumtH and vouboIb for water. Thero lias even been made a pn*  per fitovo, which lit said to have stood  tho fir.; well. Cellulose may bo used  to propuro a waterproof coaling that,  may bo applied llko paint. Whole  houm'H lmvn boon built of papor; In  Norway thoro la a ehurcb holding l,������oo  '     ��������� ,.'i-i    ������������������M,.,,1i-   nf   t!     flvim   in  ttif .������oUry.  VAGARIES OF   LAMP . CHIMNEYS  Sometimes They Get trie Habit of  Breaking Without Apparent Reason.  ' The -wisest hardware man is put to  It to account reasonably for the fashion in which lamp chimneys will  snap at untoward-times. It seems absurd to attribute it to geological formation of tho ground, but it is a fact  that in one house, built on easily vibrating, made ground,' the student  lamp chimneys would crack loudly in  the middle of the morning when the  trolley car came around th'o street  corner, half a block away." They were  of the best make obtainable and when  the dealer was appealed to he said  he was unable to prevent. tho * samo  thing happening in tho store, .whero  the chimneys stood on tho shelves,  quit������ without pressure from burner  at the base.  The little, slender student lamp  chimneys seem the more liable to this  sort of accident, and when they have  "tho habit" it pays .to buy them by the'  half dozen or dozen, thereby getting  them at a reduction. Then put them  on tho fire in a big kettlo of cold  water and bring it to.a boil. The  water should cool with the chimneys  in it. After this wash and lay them  away on a shelf, each wrapped in soft  tissue paper. The. treatment toughens tho glass and a clean chimney is  always ready* in case of emergency.  Kot every young housewife knows  that a lamp chimney washed in soapy  water will never look clear. Held  under clean running hot watelr and  wiped quickly and thoroughly there  will be no cloudiness when It is lighted. Soft old cheesecloth or silkoleen  makes the most perfect cloth for drying' lamp chimneys, and generous  pieces should be kept' for that use  alone. .  Attacks of cholera and dysentery  come quickly, thero seldom being any  warning of the visit. Remedial action  must be taken just as quickly if the  patient is to be spared great suffering  and permanent, injury to the lining  membranes of the bowels. The readiest preparation for the purpose is Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial. It  can bo got at small cost at any drug  store or general dealer's, and it will  afford relief before a doctor can be  called.  A Good Reason  A certain bus driver, who:had been  pointing out the sights of-London" to  two of his men pass-.engers, discovered  much to his discomforture, that they  were trying to make him the laughing  stock of the 'bus. Determined to pay  them back, he pointed out a church,  and informed them that- the vicar  would not bury any one who lived in  lils parish. "Is that so," replied the  gentlemen, "and how is that, pray?"  ' "Because," replied the driver, "they  ain't dead."  culckly atopa coudhs, cures colds, henla  tne throat aid hinds ���������      25 cents.  A circus came to Helena, Mont., and  the small boys hurried down to the  circus lot to get jobs that would let  them in free. One young hopeful  came home.  "Did any of the boys get in for no-  thlug," his mother asked.  "Yes'm."      -  "How?"  "Oh, some of them carried water  for the elephants and some of them  ran errands, nnd all that."  "Did you got in?"  "You bet! I had a bully job���������I  washed the Biiakes."  A VALUABLE MEDICINE  FOR YOUNG CHILDP.l:  Baby's Own Tablets aro a most  valuable medicino for Infanls and  young children. They break up colds,  o:yiol worms, regulato tho stomach  and bowels, and In a natural way promote healthy sleep. Thoy contain no  Injurious drugs nnd cannot possibly  do harm. Concerning them Mrs, J.'A,  Hlx, Ebbsflcot, P, 13. r��������� writes: "My  baby-was troubled with hor stomach,  but Baby's Own Tablets speedily cured lior and now she is a bright healthy  child." Tho Tablets aro sold by medl-  lcno dealern or by mall at 25 cents a  box from Thn Dr, Williams Medicine  Co,, Hrockvlllo, Ont.  American Journallom  "Sny," roared tho irate citizen, ns  ho bounced Into tho offlco of tho  country newspaper, "wherr-'ti tho editor?" "Want to seo him personally?"  queried thn office boy. "Of couso I  do," answered tho caller. "I'm going to  thrash him within an Inch of his life,"  "Oh, till right," answered tlio boy,  "Just tnko a seat, please, thoro aro  threo others ahead of you. If you  watch, you'll sen 'oni come through  tho window one by one. Whon tho  third conies down, you can go up."  Hut tho visitor decided to call another  day,  -*> 4  Cultivation of Barley  Two very interesting bulletins devoted to barley have been issued by  the.bureau of plant industry, United  States Department of ��������� Agriculture.  They are Farmers* Bulletin No. 443,  "Barley: Growing the Crop," and  Bureau ofSPlant Industry Circular No.  62, "Tho Separation of Seed "Barley  by the Specific Gravity. Method." The  Department of Agriculture announces  that it is preparing bulletins on "the  Distribution and Uses of Barley," and  on "Winter Barley." Copies of these  publications may be obtained by addressing tho' departments that prepare them or by writing to the Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the International Dry Farming Congress at  Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.  Spasms of���������  Coughing  And    Frantic    Gasping    for    Breath  Common to Bronchitis and  Asthma.  SYRUP  OF  Ready for tho Warden  To Mala; huro thai the boy   wns  not disobeying the bans fishing law,  thn gnuio warden took the string of  catfish, perch and uuckors on tho line.  A few feet farther down the at renin  ho found a largo black buss wiggling  on n string weighted down with n  stone, and asked tho boy what he wnH  doing with tho fish.  "Well, you noo,' answered the hoy,  '���������he'u Wen UMng my.bull all i.ioniSr.s,  and ho I Jn������t tied him up there until  I not through flsliltt^.' '  4W# N. U. No.  Ml*������ Singer.-Dill my voW fill \hc  drawing-room?  Mr. Htlnger.���������-N'������, It filled.Ihe ron*  t"<*rva������ory and garden-*everyone went  out thero. .  UiiMln Ih imhl to havo the fewest  physicians of any civilized country,  ���������_.���������>������������������I".���������** Mliwim��������� ������������������������'��������� ������������������������������  No nuin or woman ahonltl hobble  pain fully,about beenuno of corns when  ho certain a rollot In at hand as Ilol*  loway'u Corn Curo.  Good Advlco  The minister had Junt finished a  littlo opening tnllf to tho children,  prnpiirniory to tho morning servlco,  when Mrn. Berkeley suddenly roallzcd,  with all the agony of a onroftil Iioiiho-  wlto, that oho liiut iorgouen to turn  lliij aa.H n'l hvui )))������������������' oven In irjilch J'hi;  had left n nleely cooked Joint, till  ready for tho final re-heating, VlBlonn  of a ruined dinner and a muoky kitchen roused her to Immediate effort  and, borrowing a pencil   from   Iho  note,  Just then lier husband, nn usher of  the church, passed by tho pew. With  a murmured "Hurry!" Rlio thrust the  nolo Into lilu hand, and he, with an  undorstandlng nod, turned, pawed up  thn nlflle, nnd handed tho note to the  mlnlHtcr. ...  Mrs. Berkeley saw the net In upeoeli-  \t hs horror, und Hhuddwred hh mIii* ������������aw  tho mlnlBter nmtUtiKly open tho nolo  *������������l Ix'Rla to lead, Hut her expression  of dlHnmy wan fully equalled hy tho  look of amazement and wrath on the  pwid nmn'g face am ho read tho words:  "Go home and turn off tho gai,"  DR. CHASE'S  LINSEED AND  TURPENTINE  Both bronchitis and asthma aro diseases of tho nerves as well as of the  bronchial tubes, and for this reason  only slight' irritation or excitement is  required to bring on tho terrible  coughing spells und frantic gasping  for breath.  Thoro Is nothing llko Dr. Chase's  Syrup of Linsecdviind Turpentlno to  bring rollof to sufferers from bronchitis and asthma.  Itsoothes the Irritated nerves, easbB  and prevents tho attacks of coughing  and enables tho system to throw off  tho disease. In fact tho groat popularity of this medicine is largely duo  to Its success In curing bronchitis and  severe chest colds. !  Slnco permanent recovery depends  largely on ..getting tho nervous system thoroughly restored, Dr. Chase's  Norvo Food/Is of tho greatest assistance In rovltallzlng tho wasted nerve  cells. This -combined' treatment Is  ideal as n-euro for bronchitis and  asthma, for, whllo tho Llnsood and  Turpentlno brings rollof to tho organs  of respiration, tho Norvo Food rostoros  the body to full health and strength,  and cuabloB it to fight' off dlsoaso,  Thoro aro many imitations of Dr.  CIiubo'h Syrup of Unuocd and Turpentlno. Tho portrait nnd Blgnnturo of  A, W, Chaso, M.D., nro on ovory hot-  tio of Iho genuine; 2fio, a bottle, at  all dealers, or Kdinutiuon, Batoa &  Co., Limited, Toronto.  Women Vote In Bombay  Tn Bombay women oxorelso the  municipal franchise, and thereforo indirectly control tho legislative councils, BOino of wIioho mumboi'H aro elected by tho munlclpalltloH. Tlio Bombay municipal oloctlon roll for Decom*  her, 1(������00-J1������10, contained the names of  1,8.111 women voforn. Of theso 527  woro Hindus, 1G3 Parscos, LHI0 Mo*  lianimedanh, and a fow Europeans,  Kuranlans, Jnpunono and Tews.  Northern lOuropean forestn consist  almost entirely of whlto nnd pitch  v.!������o    of n'l'li--!*   tinn**."*  70  iwr  oont    tn  WllltOi  Chinese Table' Etiquette  When the guests arrive at a Chinese  dinner, there is due presentations,  with a constant interchange of courtesies. The formulas observed at  first meetings is something like this:  '.'Your honorable name is "  "My obscure patronymic is LI. You  have not honored me with yours."  "My insignificant appellation is Hu.  Your palace is situated ?"  "My wretched hovel is in the Bamboo Bough Alley." , ,.  If the other wears a moustache, a  token of maturity, the next question  is:  "What may be your honorable old  age?"  But. if the stranger is clean shaven,  and therefore below forty, another  formula'is used.  "Alas," he replies. "I have wasted  thiri.y-nine=year3? ~ ��������� ^=--=- ���������- s=,=^  When the number of guests is complete theh\. follows a tremendous encounter of good mannerB. Although  the question of precedence is all settled beforehand, each man must stipulate an immovable determination to  accept only the lowest placo until he  is .promoted by tho host's "Friend"  to go up higher.  ,  The table is already laid with Imposing show, Thero is tho regulation  number of regulation dishes, marshaled in regulation order; quaint porcelain stands filled with slices of oranges, pears or cold goose; towers of purple quince jelly, grapes or shredded  chicken breast; saucers of shrimps  salted in their skins, and the famous  eggs, preserved for years in limo and  served, sliced In beds of brown jolly.  Hot winos aro served.  When all aro seated, ready for tho  fray, tho host raises his cup and says:  "Lot us drink."  Then they fall to, with chop-sticks,  picking now from ono dish, now from  anothor, lu piquant contrast of sweot,  sour and salt.  Trial Is Inexpensive.���������To thoso who  suffer from dyspepsia, indigestion,  rhoumatlsm or any ailments1 arlBlng  from derangement of the digestive  systom, a trial of Parmoloo'B Vegetable Pills Is recommended, should tho  sufforor bo unacquainted with thorn.  Tho trial will bo inexpensive and tha  result will-bo anothor customer for  this oxcollont medicine. So effective  Is their action that many curoB can  certainly bo traced to tholr iibo whero  otltor pills havo proved Ineffective,  Mr. Flubdub.���������You women are  mighty slow. During tlio time It took  you to Bolct that hat I went out and  mndo two hundred dollars,  Mrs. Flubdub.���������I'm bo glad, dour,  You'll noed It,  PILB8 CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS   ,  Sour <li'Ui.tflni will rtifuiul munay If 1'AZO  OINTMENT tails  to cure any cum ot  Itchlnir, Wind,  mecdling or   Protruding  I'lltu hi ������ to 14 day*,    lOo.  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You'll find .out In duo  tlmo that tho licreaftor 1������ about the  samo as lis heretofore,''  Mlnnrd'u Llnlmont Ftellves Neurnloln.  Btalr climbing In ono of thehvduouu  tanks of life, and oven tho Btrongoat  mon aro affected by 11*. whllo thoso  with weak hearts run grave risks,  llerr Hehinig, Wurman military doctor,  winning to remedy this, haH devised a  slipper which does nway with tho ex-  ��������� ., >tM   I 11 ... ������r. ������    Ar-tM.    ������f,t  a......,.,./.., *..,.'    ..v >,     ..������������,-<'.���������     >���������>..    ���������      >���������'���������  '  differ from othov' nltppcrii except liv  ono particular. It has a thick solo of  about threo Inches. 80, each utep  being nbout bIx inchest deep and tho  ullppor being worn only on one foot,  tho onorgy noodod (for passing from  nn* -'ton tn n hli'bcr nno ts reduced by  half, it must bo noted, of course,  that tho two foot liavo to go on evtiry  step. Tho slipper In light, oanlly put  ovor tbo shoo, nnd on tho woarcr  reaching tbo lovol can eaolly bo replaced In bis pocket.  Tt;:tiH r������!������ca move turfceyu than cny  other Stato���������perbaps bocnuno turlcoyti  reaulrrt plwtiy of mom for rnmen, and  Tcxna surely can give them tliat, Littlo Rhode Inland, It l������ aald,- howaver.  I,s s-ald to produce tho largest number  of big turkoyfi���������flomo of them welding forty pound*., nnd worth fJily  cents for every j>ound.  ������ REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Wbs. Wikslow's Sootiiino Syrup lias been"  nsed for over SIXTY VKARSby MILLIONS of  MOTHERS  for   their  CHILDREN   WIIIMJ  TKKTHING, with   PQRPUCT  8UCCKSS.     It  SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the CUM''..  ALLAYS tilt TAIN; CUKES WINIJ COLIC, r.i.  is the best remedy for OMRRHCKA.   It ts ���������  tolutely harmless.   At sure and asl: for "Mrs.  Wluslovr's Soothing Syrup," and take uo oiher  kind.  Twenty-five centa a bottle.  LARGE PROFITS IN MAKING BRICK  JUnelts cim bo mado from Clny, Simla  or Sand.   Full Information upon rct-uout.  The Berg Machinery Mfg. Co., Limited,  Toronto, Ont.    r\ 1SEASES OF MEN���������DR. DEAN,  *** specialist, r> College' St., Toronto.  Well. Well!  THIS 1.6 HOME DYE  jhrrtANYONE  I dyad ALL *he������������  _____       of Goods  S* with the SAME Oil*.  OLEAN and SIMPLE to Use.  NOHi.nrtP.Bilnaili* Il'AONOn>������forth.f.fK,4i  ���������>���������)������ ������������������������ l������ (ulor. All 1 ttmt linmjnnr f'nif llif ������������  t>������.u/. rntcr,c������iu* w������j������������.i ������*-otw n*uuiu 11,  1h������ Jnhr ,i,f|.*lklurit������ "I Co,.    iniltiJ, Mnnttttl,  ,<1  Poor Sophia's Case  "I tako no stock In all tho yarna'  about tho UlBtntoroBted affection of  animals," Bald n citizen rocontly. "An  animals affection is parasitic���������your  dog lovoa you bccaiiBo you feed it. An-  allzo thouo yarns about animal nffec-  tion and they turn out like ��������� Sophia's  caso.".-   ' ���������'.  ���������"Therowas a rich old maid who had  an ill-natured cur named Sophia, Tho  old maid died,-leaving hor l'or'tuno to  hor nophow.wlio had lived with her.  I met. tho nephew ono day and ventured to offer hi in my elncoro sympathy.   Ho said:  "Yes, it's very sad. And tho morning nftor my aunt's decease tho dou  Sophia also died.'  " 'Grief, I Biipposo?' Bald I;  '"No/Bivld ho; 'pruBBlo acid.'"  Tlio essential liiullor of a rocontly  Btipjirossod PruBBlan "year book' Is  gradually coming to light and a con-  Bpoetus of tho nillllonulro class of Germany Is now poHHlble. A tnllllonalroi  In'tliln part of tlio world Ib tho poH-  BOHHor of a million nmrkB���������|2D0,000  ���������and of this claBs, according to tho  author of tho compilation, thero aro  8,300.  "Yes, that's Dr, Works."  "Allopath,   homeopath,   homo,   or  divinity'/"  ���������'���������M^*->*H*i!f$;*2  imm^^l^^^mmim 11.1  DOLBY AND WIFE  ���������'- ��������� * ���������      .   -*  ^ " ,��������� ] i  Latter Concludes That the Deacon Is a Pirate.  SHE WRITES- HER  EPITAPH.  u  Meanwhile -Dolby   Reads   a   Circular  About the Nature'of Cows���������Funeral  .. Arrangements;Are Called On ana the  ~ Family Clock Is Wound.  this evening, wnen y o'clock came  and .you .were' not home I sent little  Beany Davis .to look.for you/1 And  where" did Ttbat innocent child find  you? ��������� ^bere, I nski' In the room back  of tbe grocery, playing checkers with  Deacon Goodueart, and both' of you  with glasses of beer at your elbow's!  Ko wonder tbat little' Benny' could  hardly gasp out a word when be got  back. Samuel Dolby, you" are a convicted pirate!" *'""  '���������   The Deacon Laughs.      v*  ."  The deacon smiled Inwardly.' It wns  only cider in tlio glasses, and be" did  not drmX'aU of his." Pirates drank  rum; and Jots of it 'They also sailed  around, giving the dagger to others  -under.the short rib3 and knocking'the.  stuffing out of Spanish'-galleons.   But  why explain?. Why argue?   Why not  let Mrs. Dolby go ahead and die?  And  the cow circular read:'  "There are hired men who Jump  INSULTING. ROYALTY.  By M. QUAD.  -ICopyrigbt, 1911,  by Associated Literary'  Press.]  jA T the supper table Deacon Dolby  #W". suggested that ho' bad better  ^*tL- go down.to'.the village post-  office and see if a letter hnd  eomo from Mr. Dolby's sister in Indl- i right In and go to milking a1 cow vrtth-  ana.   Ho didn't argue nnd discuss, but! out  preface.    She- Is surprised  and  ���������merely suggested as he reached over   humiliated.    Her  feelings  nre  hurt  for a third helping of liver nnd bacon, "i The process of milking should come by  It took Mrs. Dolby ten minutes to ac- ��������� degrees.    Take a   walk- around  the  qulesce,  but after  a  time she got   barnyard-   Let the.cow see, that an  ���������round to ������f and tlie deacon mogged   event is about to happen. Speak sooth- . J4^[ ^Mker" Urbe wrVsVdWput  off.' Ho knew that things'would bap-   ingly to ber.   In a way ask.kcr per- , tQ death f������)p t^mm  pen In his absence,' vbut he bad never  mission.   In this way you will get the  tried to control destiny and wasn't go-; best results."  lng to begin now.   Mrs. Dolby's sing- i - Aud the paragraph had, only been  ing Coated out to him as ho shut tho : wad. when  Mrs. . Dolby  followed  it  Torture  and  Death .'Used to  Be the  , _ Price-For Thie" Pastime. ~  , People who went out>of their way  to libel their sovereign In days gone  by did not usually;get off so lightly as  did the defendant in a recent notorious  case.  For Instance, Leigh-Hunt the famous essayist and poet,' wita sent* to  prisou. for two years���������exactly twice  the length of Mylius* term���������for'calling  George,IV. "a fat Adonis of��������� fifty."  ;And Georgo was not even king at ,the  time, only regent1 - -���������'���������_-,��������� -  _. Going back further still,., we find  John Stubbs, a student of Lincoln's  Inn,' arrested for libeling Queen Elizabeth. " Ho was sentenced',to have uia  right hand cut off, nnd the barbarous  punishment was inflicted in public in  tho market, place at Westminster by  driving' a clearer through the wrist  with a, mallet ��������� .*      m*~   -; '"  Then there was that unhappy Walter Walker, grocer, at tho Signof the  Crown, who. said be would make' his'  son heir to.the cro'wu. When Edward  IV. was told of this merry jeBt he or  ���������"O * I  ENSEMBLE SETS.  Hat, Cape nnd Muff of  8atln -  and - Marabou.'  Kate'behind'bim.  , There was no letter.  You caq never  with:  "Samuel, you see I have got the  depend upon any ono living in Indi-   butcher knife tied to my wrist so's  ana" to write a letter on a certain date. . nobody can say-you did it   They'll  Tbey argue thnt any old time will do.,  - Deacon Goodhcart was also at the  postoffiee. He was expecting a letter  from his sister ..in Ohio. .Neither deacon received a letter, but Deacon Dol  -***  say you are a pirate, but not a murderer.   I want to ask you as to the best'  place to stab myself.   It Isn't In the  leg, is It?  I want to die at one stab."  You'd have thought the deacon would'  answer a trivial question like that but  he didn't, and that cow circular was to  blame. It had got along to the feeding  of cows, and It .went on to state that  farmers mnde a great mistake in thinking that old wire fencing and fishbones and corncobs  were nutritious  -Almost-as hard,was the.fate of tbe  Buckinghamshire churl, who, drinking  one day in ri village alo house,"spoke  disrespectfully of Henry VIII, . "King  Hal," he hiccoughed, "is no true king.  Would I had his crown here' that I  might play football with it." Tho 11-  beler was hanged, ...drawn; and-quartered, and pieces"of hls���������body weredls-  trlbuted as a warning among the.ma.r-  ket. towns of the county! ' ', *-     _  In the reign of Clidrles I. an indl-  . vldual published a seditious libel concerning his majesty. The' book containing the libel "was burned before his  face by the common hangman, while  Its author stood in the pillory in two  places, having an car cut off at each.  He wore a paper on.thls head descrlb  THE ROOSEVELT DAM.  SERMON  M  One ������f; the Remarkable Engineering  Feats of the Age.  The Roosevelt dam,- In Arizona, the  most important masonry structure yet  undertaken by the reclamation service,  .was formally dedicated on the after-     ft      -       . -   'wfttj   '       n at  noon of .March IS by. former President t   REl[Sr\MU������LW.PllISVIS.D.D������  Theodore Roosevelt in the presence of j   l���������'*���������������1i������ia*Mf������.s ���������u*vbu.vv*  the prominent territorial officers, the j  government   engineers ��������� aud ,citizens \  from all parts of the southwest'  This dam is one of tho most imprcs  ASHAMED OF TBE GOSPEL.  Test,' .'I am not ashamed ot the gospel  of ChTisf'-Romans-Cie.  Who's the speaker?   Often value of,  eive irrigation'structures'in tbe world. ��������� a thing depends on who said it. The  arid Its construction is die of tho  great, engineering feats .of tho age.  From foundation rock to top of parapet walls it is'284 feet .high, its length  on-crest is'l.QSO'foct. and its"cubical  contents are 320.000 yards. Its base  covers approximately an acre of  ground. The tirst stone was laid on  Sept. 20. lfiOC. nnd the' structure was  finally completed on Feb. B, 1911'.  The Roosevelt dnm serves a dual  purpose-first as a conserver of floods  and, second, to develop, power. The  Rtorago reservoir created by, the dam  is ono of the largest artificial bodies  of water In the world.   Spread out a  man behind,the message may.be. as  important as the man behind the gun.  .These words have been shot around  the world and across nineteen centuries. Who said them? -Paul.". And he  was a Jew, with intense Jewish prejudices. His God had been a God of the  Jews only. When'Paul became'an  apostle to the gentiles he. had to step  up on his own dead self to become  tall enough to' look over those prejudices. As the Roman hud a genius for  government, the Greek for culture, so  tho .Tew had for religion.- Paul waa  ���������well qualified by birth, ancestry nnd  training to express-an opinion. . This  - MX-IH SATJH AND MARABOU.  It la very Frenchy  and,chic this  'season to havo an ensemble set, con-  food for cows.   If they couldn't have |,  breakfast-food served with cream from ] fine of ������5.000 and suffer perpetual im  the city they should at least be given I prisonment.  ing tho offense, was ordered to pay a   8lstInfc* ot nat- <*"������- and muff, made of  satin and marabou.  Such a smart little outfit is pictured  foot deep, it would moro; than cover was a brave confession, for he was  the entire state of Delaware.      -   ���������  , writing to the Romans. . Rome, was.  With the water supply now guaran-, world's   metropolis,' center   of *;pow-/  teed by the Roosevelt reservoir, near- er, mistress of the sea. victor of a '  ly a quarter of a million acres will" thousand campaigns.  .Her whole cii-  soon be in cultivation.. The annual rcer ^^ the march of the conqueror,  income from this land when fully dc- Christianity waa despised.   In a na-  velopcd will -be greater than the en- tion of warriors it said,' "Blessed are  tire cost of the whole project, which the peacemakers 1"   Among the proud "  Is estimated at approximately $9.060.- ��������� jt'said, "Blessed are tlio mcekl"   De-  000.   So rich is the soil and so assured f���������at( t0 be vanquished, was Roman  and abundant are tho crops, it Is" con- disgrac'e." The founder of Christianity  servatlve to estlmato that tbe irriga- ^^  executed as''the most common  bio area is capable of supporting in criminal'Indeed".-his".death cSmpan-'  comfort and In homes of their own  not less than 15,000 families on tbo  farms.���������American Review of Reviews.  KSONBBATES IIER ITDBBAXD,  " by did get n circular regarding cows  and their .milk. What was more natural after the circular had been stored  away in his pocket than that he should  .." challenge tho other deacon to go down  to- the back room of the grocery and  have a game of checkers? Arm In arm  thoy 'went, and before the game was  decided it was 10 o'clock: Both deacons gasped for breath as they looked  | tho bacon rinds and coffee grounds  i from the table. Another new theory  for tho deacon.  * Final Preparation!.  "Samuel, I.don't ask yotr-to weep at  the funeral,-but*as folks will be"'looking nt you you'd better snuffle a littlo  and wipe your, eyes. It will also look  better if you sit hunched up, as If  your grief was too great to^ bear. Of  course, after tho funeral is over you  can gallop around the back yard all  you please.- Samuel, hain't you kinder  sorry. I'm going?"  "Here would have been a splendid  chance for the" deacon to work up his  ���������T audleace-to- tho-sereainlng-point .-but-  j it was that cow literary bureau that  i prevented. It said that the cow owner  in Ornngo county who bedded bis cows  on n regular hair mattress and springs  got 50 per cent more milk than any  one else. Ho was shortly going to provide them with pillows to lay their  heads on and make it 75 per cent  "Well, Samuel, goodby.   I shall prob-  j! llbeler of King Alfred suffered the  loss of bis tongue.���������Pearson's.,  D1DNT KNOW, BEETHOVEN.  Th������ Ignorance That. Exist* In "Ruaeian  Official Ciroles.  .The following amazing story Illustrates how deep is the Ignorance of  ' Russian officials on'some, matters and  how bitter Is their hatred of even,the  mere mention of the name of tho late  j Count Tolstoy.  -    .  ���������It is required by the-Russian law  i that whenever a concert is to be held  the  police  shall  be  notified  of  the  -fact~Rece"ntiyli~clUD-"compiying with"  this injunction also forwarded a copy  of the program, wherein appeared tbe  item "Kreutzer Sonata.", Across thia'  the chief of pollco'wroje, "Tolstoy pro-  ; hlblted." However, the program was  proceeded with unaltered, and, hearing  j this, an infuriated chief of police sum*  I inoned the directors of the club before  of black satin and white marabou.  The muff is an enormous confection  resembling a big, loosely tied bow;  And there is nn air of newness nbout  the shoulder cape, which ia gathered  in lamp shade effect  The poke shaped bonnet is becoming to a piquant face.  FIRST AERIAL POST.  It Was Only an Exhibition Experiment,  but It Waa a Success.  Among the letters which recently  reached England by the Indian mail  from Bombay were several from Allahabad bearing a new postmark, which  may become historic. The po&tinark  represents an aeroplane flying over a  range of mountains and bears the Inscription "First Aerial Post. TJ. P. Ex-  Jons were a couple of thieves. ' VWhat >  Pnul! Aro you measuring your words?  Unblushlngly declaring for n man rejected by your own people and crucified by tho power that sits on,tho  seven bills?" "No," answers Paul,  "I am not ashamed of tho gospel of  Christ, for it is tho power of God unto  salvation."  "O Shamo, Where la Thy Bluehf  I do not believe thero is nny false religion in the world whoso adherents  nre not proud of It. Tho only religion,  of whici^l have ever heard that men  wero 3shamcd is the religion of Jesus  Christ; Take any freak religions anywhere or any odd form of Christianity  ably scream when I stab, but don^t let: ������������ W���������"-   "H<w dar,������ ^"  that put you out   Just keep right on   orders!" tbey wero asked,   "lou were  reading and when you find my lifeless   *������ *   th,at   To stoy   ���������   Pr0Q'bltci!'"  hniiw nroionfi io tw* vow much Riir-   Light dawned  on  the concert pro-  for homo OD tDC trillion, > * ..   ...     Mint <lm ������i;'i.niit7np RAnotn" whlph nru  .                   .  ,  a.-tho otneo   Samuel   but 1 know that   that the "Kreutzer Bonata" Avblchap-  Would Mrs, Dolby.have gone to bed?   lU0 B?:nR0��������� onniuci, - nut i unow mat    _. ^ _u_t , __, __ _,_  Mr. Dolby felt gooso flesh stealing  over him as bo naked tiliuself theso  questions, hnd ho mentally determined  that he would take advantage of tbo  first favorable occasion to tick Deacon  Ooodhenrt for stringing the game out  bo Jong before- giving up. However,  ho did uot precipitate himself Into the  house. On tbo contrary, bo was calm.  Thero was a dim light left burning,  no turned it up nnd with eovernl  grunts ot satisfaction got bis shoes off.  No calls for Mrs. Dolby, no nenrcuinc  ���������boat And olmoRt the first'thing no  read when bo oponctl that cow circular was:  "Tho cow Inrgely pnrtnkcB of the  naturo of woman. Thero nro humbio  cowb, nnd thoro nre ehtty. klekor  cows., You must ntucly the nature of  each ntilmnl. Thoro nro wlven who1  will tnke a banting without n murmur,  nnd thero aro wlvca who'll rniao the  roof if you but box their onra."  .. Mn. Dolby'a Tombitone Text  Tho doacon hnd owned cow* for  thirty yenra. Ho hnrt novor studied  tholr dUposltionii tio hnd nlwnyn  given them a kick after milking and  let It go nt thnt, Hero wan n new nnd  Intoredtlng Ujoory, Ho hail forgotten  ���������II about Mr������. Dolby whon ������ho slowly  colored tbo room. In ouo hnnd the  bore tho family butcher kntfo, In the  other n ftlieet of luvpor. She advanced  and laid tbo paper under hlfl. nose and  ��������� atepped back, nnd lie rend*.  "11 ore lien Mrs. flamtiei Dolby, nged  flfty-two, Bhe found, after mnnyionjr  yearn, Ihnt *be m������ married to g pirate, nnd iilie killed hermit, Do not  ���������weep for hor, for nbo In beitor off."  ���������Thnt'e lo go on ray tombntone,  Samuol," alio mild after hitTlng clwi  him tlmo to rend (he words, "I don't  want to hurt your feeling*, but I do  ���������*t������fl������.l* nnonln fn t**irm������ wh* t (ttrtif    Wtll  you crnnt my Inst ri-oneMV*'     -  Tho donron didn't mty. lint for thnt  cow circular ho might hnve denied  or owentrd, tnit he was wading:  "It should be known to nil row owners thnt if you tnko nn nr nnd knevk  UlO Uutii* Oil it tUif   tu iiWtiVi  1>U������>  ������l������  hold hnek her milk, (live her tn tin*  (Inrstnnd that yon do It an n tnntter  of principle nnd duty, bornnse yon nr*  efrnld sho will hook herself with  them. Never 1><? reluctant to eiplnln  mntters to yonr cow. The more confl*  di������nee you hnvo In, ber tho more she  will have In jpoti/*  "Yes. Kamnel. I have determined on  the st#p at tnst," he heard Mm Dolby  aayltig. ���������'and" nethlng can clrtnge my  mind. I have lonjr ������������tj������ipeetpd thnt yon  were ��������� plnte. but was not sure until  for homo on the gallop,  Would Mrs, Dolby,have gone to neair *-- flnTwIfeto"ralnBto^tab herwii Pcarcd m thelr Proeram ha* no r^er-  WoSlS Z Je������ CZ*V Uteteck to lenUt alio backt out������ oMhe r?om , <*eo to Tolstoy's book of tl������t title but  ���������������! IL ������*Ln'If, y ������aylng f-a-r-o-w-e-l-ll" . , ! to a musical work composed by Bee-  upstairs or down cellar?                          ������ ^^ hcro for the'deacon t0 cx. thoven.   "Everybody knows Tolstoy,"  tend his arms, but they wero busy ennpped the governor, "but who knows  elsewhere.    Not an extend.    Not a your Bootbovcn?"   It was only by a  word.   Not n cracking or bis toes. He telegraphic appeal to M. Stolypln, who  sat and rend and read for a long ten assured tho governor thnt thero was  minutes.   Then a voice at his elbow such a person as Beethoven and that  softly anld: bo had written a "Kreutzer Sountn,"  "Samuel, did you get a letter from that tbo club officials were nblo to con-  Sarah?" vlnco Iho govcrnor.thnt ho bad jumped  "Num.  We  orter  been  abed "end to a hasty and wrong conclusion,  asleep nn hour ago."  "Yen. dear.   You wind tho clock, and  I'll turn tho cat out."  And Mrs. Dolby still llredt  Parted Lips Soften Photograph.  A woman was being posed for {her  photograph in a gallery the other day  when a well'known actress happened  in. She stood a few moments watching  the struggles of the sitter to assume a  satisfactory" expression. At last she  offered a small suggestion. 0,If yon will  hihitlon, Allahabad.   1911."    The ex  planatlon . of this postmark is, that, nn"a"tbe"de"votees are c'razlly: nuxloua  the Indian postal authorities recently to tdl thelr reiigion. j never met a  granted permission to Captain Wind-. Chlnaaian who wasu<t proud of being  ham to establish on aerial post in con-; - Confuclan nor a Buddhist of Bud-  ncction with the United Province ex  moisten ;~the~llps "and~-^Tightly"partr  them," said she, "you" will find the face  takes on a natural." unstrained expression at, once. When the photograph is  finished the mouth will not appear to bo  open in tho least, but there will be a.  soft line where the lips meet. The teeth  wlllnot show unless tho lips are separated considerably. But as for that,"  she added, "many a face looks Its  hibltlon nt Allahabad for the purpose  of demonstrating the possibilities of  on.aerial service for the use of a beleaguered town.  ��������� The arrangements-we>o"������nder"thcT  personal supervision of the postmaster  general of tho United Provinces, and  only letters and postcards were allowed in this spccinl delivery.   TUo postal j  authorities would not agree to an lu-  creaso In tho actual cost of delivery, ;  but the letters to bo forwarded by aero- -  plane were sent under special cover to j  Allahabad with an extra fee of C an- i  prettiest with tbe teeth showing n weo   nas, which was devoted to the funds  bit���������not displayed lu a grin, you know,   for tho new buildings of the Oxford  but merely suggested."   Tho woman ��������� and - Cambridge  hotel  at  Allahabad,  who .was,being taken took the advice,".The, mall' wns duly carried by aero*  and the pictures turned out to be tba   plnno from the exhibition grounds to  most'satisfactory "eho ever had posed   Allahabad  postoffice and was thero  ior.  distributed, and to mark the event a  special dfo was cast in the postal work-  ubops at Allgarh.-New York Post.  Care ef Aluminium.  , Aluminium'utensils for the kitchen  aro becoming dally moro populur ou ac- Rembrandt's Home,  count of their light weight and dean- wltllln a ghort tlmo Au,gterdam will  llnoss.   They must never be washed j)0SseS3 ��������� now attraction to lovers of  with soda, Boap and wator,, being all nrt> *ri,0 bouso w)u,r(J nerabraudt lived  that is required, with a littlo powdered  whiting for polishing,  A Piychlo Phenomenon.  A man and womnn accidentally  touched each othor'B feet under $>  tho table. $  "Secret tolegrnphy," said he. ^  "Communion  of soles,"  said <|  she.���������Judge's Library. $  The Second Fiddle.  Todgers-Ah, count, nllow me to ln������  troduco you to Mr. Snton. Count-It  eon a great pleasure for tue to moot  a mualctnn like you, monsieur. I bear  wit you and your family ploy xe urn*  sic. Snton-ilc? Why, I don't know  anything nbout music! Couut���������Non?  Hey tell mo nil round wit you play  second flddlo to your wlfel-M. A. V.  How to Arrange the Garden,  Put tho small fruits and permanent  vegetables (asparugus, rhubarb, herbs)  nt ono end of tho garden,   Put strawberries nearest tho plowablo land,  Ilun tho rows n.*vth so thnt tho nun  , will shlno on both sides of every plant  | Mako a path threo feet wldo or moro  along two flldos of tbo garden nt right  angles to tbo rows. Hnvo no path In  tho contor. Mnlco a puth a foot wide  between every livo rows of uniall vegetables.  I   Put tho tnll vegetables (corn nnd polo  I bennu) whoro they will not shndo tho  i small vogutablcH-tliut is, ut tho north  eud of tho gnrdon.  Uso the warmest, hlghost nnd best  drnlnod Hpot for tbo earliest crops-vlz,  tho first ho wing of peas, with Hplnnch,  Icttuco nnd radishes betwoori tlio rows.  -Country Llfo In America.        '  ���������'    MlutdUp,  * ���������fTes'm, I'm n dtilco by right*." '  J'yVby don't yon claim your rightsV  "Well, tiium, I, wu* cheated out e'  my right* nn' cbnnged In de cradle an*  so mixed up dnt 1 don't know whero I  ���������t*nd."--I/0iilnrlllf. Coiirlur-Joiiriiiil.  The Silver Llnlnfl.  ������"WMf ���������������������������*< nn-fnt r>n\i\ vnnr' hnstmnd  hns!   ITo coughs and sneexes all tho  time."  "He does, but It amuses tbo baby  splcndidly,"-Souriro.  m.m -������������������'      ���������  Her Rule.  Newcomer-I Mippimt* yon ������r������t iit*n ���������  boarder what he Is accustometl to pnyf  tnndlndy (grimly nnd polntcdly)-  No; "whenr-i'uek.  from 1039 to IOCS and whero he passed  the most happy years of Ills married  llfo with Snshla van Ullenburg, is bo-  lng restored and.arranged rh n small  Rembrnndt  tnuseum.   Tho  historical  Ready For the Ball,  Chiffon cloth as,'a material for the  evening frock has lost none of its well huildlng, long much neglected, beenmo  earned popularity.. It lends itself beau- tho property somo time ago of a so-  tlfully to draping nnd is light and at cloty, and Is now being restored under  the same tlmo durable. tho direction of n famous architect  The cut displays another .variant of one would have gladly hcJu tbe bouso  tbo ubiquitous black und white crea  Fortunate,  A cheufffur wooM a sulfraitAtta.  Arounlnlnni'i** rrport        .  Teal the iurtl#������lov������i flrit mat  f������n* A������y In court  Their marrltd life, so runs the tale,  I������ htppy anil tubllme,'  tor ihty are ntver out cf )i(I  At tN eam������ tlm*.  ~K������ntaj City Journal.  Historical House Crumbling.  Ono of tho most Important land*  marks In southern California, tho old  adobo house southeast of the Ituymond  hotel, South Paandons, Cfll., is crumbling, and effort* are being made to  keep tho structure Intact It wns in  this house thst Oenornl l<*romont mot  tho warring Mexican chief General  Andrew PJeo nt dlimor on a July evening In 1840, Hero the treaty wits sign*  ed giving ovor to tho Americans tho  *"*!i':!f cf fr.Mfer*.'.'!''.. Tlit**' ^'*���������<"'���������"', '��������� t'"1  olrtom ������ne In Rottth I'ltRndenn or, In  fnct. the whole vnlloy In this scctlon.-  Los Angeles Times,  ,i Duels and Debts.  A duol In Berlin had to be poulponod  tin* other day pocmum* the credit era of  one of tbo principals objected on tho  groun.8 thnt they had n real and very  large flmtnclnl Interest In his continued existence1' on this enrtb. Thoy  could uot prohibit the meeting olio-  fpther, but when It tTfd tnko plnce It  had no aer|lous couaeauencea,   Kot a  drop of blond wan spilled. Tho liB-  tnorous aspect of Ihla Itttertentloh'hy  solier, prosnlc bmtiness wen In "an  offalr of honor" baa prfVMl another  blow to the dwindling Institution of  the cod* ���������  restored as it was when Rembrandt  lnhnbltcd It, but thnt could not be, as  It was quite Impossible to obtain again  nil tho works of art which It onco contained, and thus It is now arranged as  a small museum, whero chiefly etchings nnd drawings, about seventy In  all. by tho great pnlntcr will bo on  vlew.~nondon Olobo,  Insurance Against Rain,  A now Interest Is ndded to life, Policies nre to bo Issued at Lloyd's for Insuring ngnlnst Iohh-Iokh of plensuro  nnd loss of prollt-from rainy weather  In tho holiday senson. Holidays nro a  gamble, and tho weather calls to the  holiday maker, "ncads I win, tails  you lose." The Inmiruneo people In  compassion will alter all tbat, and  while tbe rain 1* coming down tho Insurance money will bo coming In.���������  London Saturday Review.  A Colony of Coughsrs,  The Prussian government )* considering tlio establishment'of. n "whoop-  ina cough colony" for children on tbo  shores of the Baltic, whero aftllcted  children refused admission at tho existing seaside resorts ou uccount of too  fi'.������r uf caulaaliiu ma)' tvfri' Hit ai'u  air. Fourteen thousand Infants between the ages of one and two die nn-  nnnlly   In   Prussia   from   whooping  cough,������������������'- Berlin Dispatch to London  *<inii  M^hf..  ������*wn rnoos at ouiriwt ctot������.  lion* which tbti winter are to be Biea  t a  , hism.   The Mohammedan will drop on  his.praying mat before hundreds an--  nouncing there is no God but Allah  t and Mahomet is his prophet   But how -  '-many-times-I--have-found_ineii ashamed   to acknowledge tho gospel of Christ,  tho only religion in tho world that  gives power over Bin. If there were  , some back door by which some men  1 could enter into heaven they would  llko to do so, but they won't admit -.  that,they are followers of Christ. And  I'll confess that I get weary of the  constant hammering against tbe  church by certain kinds of Socialists,  temperance workers and other reformers whose chief stock in trade is decrying the .ono organization in the  world that more generously nnd persistently than nny other supports every  righteous and sensiblo reform. No; lei  us be ashamed of phnrlsnlRm,' ritualism, denonilnatlonollsm, heresy trials  and prosecutions ,nnd of our own weaknesses, sins nnd follies, but  When we blush bo thin our shame���������   '  That wo no moro rovoro his name.  The Power of God.  I've heard tho dumb beast blent nnd  low with terror at tho approach oi  Htorra, Instinct of coming danger, bul  man alono stands nmld tbe storms to  admlro the ntibllmlty of God's power  in action.   I'vo fflt tremor of earthquake, tho horrid feeling that tho eternal rocks could split up under one's  feet.   I've stood In Cave of- Winds at  Niagara falls, felt the rain of mist In  my face and shook under the thundor  of the mighty cntarnct.   Tremendous  Impressions they woro of God's power  locked up In bowels of earth or released through rushing of mighty waters,  Or you'vo stood under tho stars nt  night or felt throb of running snp and  bursting llfo In warmth of April forest  rulu or irrrsbitlblo awelllng of flood  tldo tiH it surged In tilling every cove,  inlet nnd harbor along tho shoro of tt  giant continent,   Gravitation's ceaseless tension, llghtnlng'N dnzzllng flonh-  os,'  unseen  cables   holding   planets,  Ntnrs, constellations by power centripetal and centrifugal,   All spoiling out  tho power of God In physical alphabet  "Unto Solvation"���������  Il'B a rooj.nltlcont spectncle to con-  templnto, n God hurling worlds from  his   flnger  tlpn.   epenklng   beautiful  thoughts In flowers, flushing auger In  crash of storms, but It Is greater to  coutemplnte his breathing kouI Into  mnn, and that man maNtcrlng torrents  of   passion   nnd   waves   of   trouble  through the God power In him.   Kdu-  cation, snnltntlon, bettor environment*,  Jnixer economic opportunities nro products of nmn'H own effort toward the  ,,v....f ._,* rf>''-nf.ft������i  nf Mt������ ftv>������   lint wit  any nnn nor all those can solve the  problem of arresting man's proclivity  toward sin nntl cleansing It front the  heart. We are hastening otcrnlty-  ward. There's n casket and ou open  crave somewhere ahead waiting for  us, If not today, then tomorrow. U'Ws  "power of God unto salvation" triumphs over tho grave. Paul gloried  In tbat. Tho power Is "to every one  that bellercth."  Last week 1 wns sat-  Went ef Coal In Chile.  The greatest drawback to Chlleaa  prosperity aro a Inck of good harbors,  for with  few, exceptions goods and    passengers roust be landed In open ���������������������* attacked by the tongne of a poor  roadatinvfla from ImU and Hentert. <W"d������l ralhw who lives entirely In  The olber is the want of coal, which the prophecies of Dnnlel and Ilevela-  ut present duo* uot accui likely to be   t,ft"'   ������������ W,,,1,-T rf,''v1 ,nnl " ������*,l,Wf  In nil modish attire. _,    met by a" botne supply, although dU- were roiblng down into the mnwa of  Tho black velvet sash and wide band! comt;;t are wpo-rtfj fa* In Chile eternal death. Komnnneedbeashnra.  ef white clu������y lace lire the frock en p onfJ |h# |JrtU of UBff|liaj-, tH of the Almighty nud his plan for ilu  air of excluilrenena and style apart K|UoOBl ntIB1Uw, aalvatlon of th������ race-thi gospel of >!���������*  j from tbe average magpie parly diss*, i * fUI chrlit* J.     J  -.W    ifr.* *4*.VMJ������..'  ~V, \ . - -     -   '   _,'   *" , r   \     > ,��������� i. Ji *       i-     '   /    ~ 'v   -y   ''.       , -  " ��������� " -i ���������* " *    , "m     1  - _ _,.   - ��������� -    . -,**���������.,. "    '     *> ' -     ~ - * ,  "       . ��������� H * ".' ���������  THE NEWS. tUMBERLAMP. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  -���������*1^" $  ^*^Sd  <r-v  -j i ..-.-.ii,  -'fclrj* **>���������  *   -.      - *   \1   ������������������ '  - W I *"������  -*:^������^l-������.'������,  J*t������tum*ia  **  .1  If  <|1  I  ���������>-..������������������  S'H  pa  *jj NEW GOODS ||������  LACE CURTAINS FROM 70c to $8 per pair  MID(l\S MUSLINS, AltT SATEEN*. AND CRBTONNKS  ������VHIll{ AMD COLORED BED SPREADS-ALL TRIORS  LINOLEUMS AND WALT' PAPERS,     .  X Full Line of Furniture.  IffiO* ANTD KBDDINO ALWAYS ON HAND  ^iii*S^r>P������^i**'.������*T00 &**0**t0*>J**>**7\  WATCH   FOR THE  BIG SIGN  &. MoKINNON      '  M-.-!,!ic������' ;;1"dc.      Dtmsmuir Avenue,       Cumberland  loa-i Agent for Mason & Rjsch Pianos,  FASHIONABLE  TAILOR  TnV? ������  ^VnVj'"iVsK^'>T::^������������irailBV  vwaul Land i)i:-trict  District of Co.ut  notice ibfti Rv^inalil W������-  k-;-5. nf Vancouver, U.C., occupa-  t'o'i, eJiinm-nj', intends to apply  f< r permission to purchase the.fol*  lo\*.ii:g-tltjbciil)e������l lai'ds:���������  CoiMuoneinq at a post planted  1 mils* wl ������~>f the south west corner of !>>t 550, thenco east 80  cliains, s^uth iO chains, ".'est 80  ch'iiiip, north 4.0 chains to .point  of commencement containing 320  acres more or W.*.  Reginald Watflra.  Name of Applicant in full  Re. hen Itanjy Chestnut, Agent  l).ite MurcMfii'!., 1912,.  OS  The Unit ed Mine Workers will  colrbrate on Ma y Day by having  un excursion to Nanaimo. Jiills  are being printed announcing the  excursion, A large programme  of cports has been arranged and  those who are lucky enough to be  able to take in thetrip may be as  sured tt having a most enjoyable  outing.  J. W. Cooke has succeeded F,  Dalby os freight clerk at the  Company's freight office.  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  /tailor made   suits  F������om $80.00 To $35,00,  Cleaning and Pressing  done AT  Reasonable Prices.  Phone 62  Cumberland  Tommy's Bicycle  .  H-Hakanishi, Pt������op.    ;  ,^>^*fl,<4'4*t*,M,'Mr'M^.  '-GENERALREPAIRING OE~-  Bicyctes, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Eto.V Etc,  Pliimbing Done.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Bicycles for Sale  and  P.O. Box 360  .   .   Local agent for  Cleveland; Massey-Harris  ������ and Perfect bicycles.  ���������' TeteplionejM)  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers, in all Kinds of  1  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  NOTICE  .L::v,-A-;.��������� ..i I,'in i Uintrict  i;j.-tii *t of Coi*t  Tdky notice ihut Isabel McKen  ny. of Vancouver, B, C. occupation spiufcier, intends to apply for  permission i() uurohase the follow  ���������ng described land**:������������������  Commercing at a po6t planted  oTilTm ile" eae t~ of ;t i itt^soi������th"-west  comei' of lot 550, thence wet-t 80  chains, thence south 40 chaine,  tlienco oast 80 chaina, thence  norih 40 chain*- to point of com*  niencemont, coutrining 820 acres,  more or lest-  I<iiibel MoKonny,  Nam^ of Applicant in full  .Robert Henry ���������MiesfniU, Agent  I).rteM������n*hJ2iIi, 1,912.  Si'} ������*ard Laud District  District of Con *t  Tulto notice- that Minnie Kerr,  of VaiK-.iuvi"'. l> 0. occupation  opiiifiie.*, intHiitij to apply for per*  mifsi-ion to pitrnlinfe the following  il('!>ciil'(!il liiiulb;-��������� "���������  i'())jiJU������Hiv.iii)���������' lit a poat planted  at.tJi'.* k'Mjtli-Hi^t ciwi'iier' of. lot  * 1.7, t!;^iH*.i* tvcrti 10 chaitm.thont'.o  ,-t.tuli d!j (ilialiiss, tliorif.o.cJH-t 4.0  ciminp !������.li.in*������ tliq noi'tli boiintliity  ul' I.-/ '.',.'50, liii'iic.)..���������norili  45 cliaiiifl  "tC, point OJ'   f1.PMI!nyil".,,i|li,llt,    COIN  taiuiug lKO iitMvi1,       ���������  Wln������ih\Kori'  Name of Applicant in full  tt'i'iiMt iioiu * Clvstmit, A(i<nt  iJatc March I2ih. li'il  The annual meeting of'' the  C. & U. Hospital will be heldT  in the City Hall, on Saturday  April 13H1. v. **������������������:''  TAKE Notice the iinn of LEE  ABK&CO., has this day been  dissolved, and tlie business will  in future be carried on by CHOW  LEE & SONS. All debts  against'1'the former partnership  inns'' be presented within 30 days  fjmrthOiite hereof" To'Cl^wTJeo  & Sons for payment, AH debts  due or accruing due the former  partnership tirm must be paid to  the said Chow Lee ������& Sons, AH  deptb owing by Japanese debtors  to the former partnership firm  must be paid to Umematsu Nnk-  ano, also known as K. Abo.  Chow Leo  IL Nakuno.  Dated this SJoth,   day   of   March  Special Easter service will be  held in the Methodist Church next  Sunday evening The mornihg'Per-  vice being dovoted to-the children  witii tpec;nl mut-'ical feleciionp hy  by tlum, while the chuir will fur-  nitih suitable numbers for tlipev.-n  ing cetvioe.  Special Ea3'er music will be fur-  nibhed at Si. (Jeorge'a Praabylfrit^ji.  Church on next Sunday evening;  Miss Roynolds will ping t������ solo, and  ���������.here wiil also be on hams, band  quariette?, and  violin poloa wi'.h  pJMP..iccii^P^J'UMl,i^^?^,������l",-,i_l  day evening. .   ������  Mr Wm   Dunpmore, music deal  er of Nanaimo, cume up on the S.S  PrincessMttry this weeu and is pay  ing thb city a busine-?s visit.  SPORT.  Andy Thomson And Frank Beban  Have Arranged For a Bout  On AprU 13th,  The postponed wrestling match  between Andy Thomson and  Frank Buvin will take place on  Saturday, Apr.il 13ih. Beyau has  recovered from the injuries he received some time ago. ami he intends to give the one -'weal lad"  a hot time of it.. Beyin wanted a  bout with Tapella, but the .latter  took cold feet and would not  ���������come'throiighr^���������������������������7;���������-���������;���������  *>*++**+****kt\*v****^^  ' NOW IS THE TIME  to have your photo taken at  Flashlights, Views, Portraits, and Postcards. '  WORK GUARANTEED .     PRICES REASONABLE  CUMBERLAND  m  Beaenrd $7,S00,0CO  jiiiiMiiiiiimiiiiro^  I Capital$6,200,000.  T.. ,_,  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE, Ahf-J  OVER   THE    WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS, ACCOUNTS A interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Utponiie of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, BO., Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays.  D. M. MORRISOIV, iVianHgcr.  COURTENAY,   B.C," Branch,   Open Daily.  WM- HOPF, Manager*. !   ���������  liiitraiuNniw^^  .     COURT OF REVISION  A Court of liavisiou to re.vise'  the AsBo.Ksinent Uoil will ho held  in tlm-"'Council Chrtmbera on Wed  nocday, April lOlh, I01S at 7.80  p. 111., of which tall poisons inter.  o������tud nro hereby rctpiestod to take  notice,  A.McKinnon, Oi M.'G.  City Mull, March Hth, ljUSi  ���������������������.v������m������ ���������*���������*��������������� * %m  NOTICE ie hereby given that  30 days after dato application will  hit inudc to lho Superiuteudcnt of  Provincial Bolh'c, Victoria, for a  transfer uf the hotel liconuy to soil  liquors !������y retail in thu hotel  i;ii'������wu fin tho jjornn Hotel, situ*  ������������������l <\ at Comox, U, C.t to Cto. Ni,  Hiiyv-unl I i!>d Olstrict  Dijiiriot vt Coat*t  Take miiioo 'hat  i'rnnctis Gerald Hiidisou,.tjf Viinooiivcr, V>. f������  occupation geiitjcnian,  iitcinlH  0 |;jn,-|o\v,  .i*.>])ly for'po/mh-leu tc j-ur* Im (1 1< i.oukncu Al. Clikfr.  tiiu following dcscr'-dl lumlt-:��������� ' Di.ted March JJYUi, 1IU3,  Oonnnontiiug at 11 "post plnnfod  at th������ south enst corii������i* 01 loi 547  Iirh;*i  'Mi'  il     -.   ���������  'ii-! i<  ������������������**-- *  ..It.  lilt ���������' if  1  )1   i  !  ���������'���������lid'  ��������� ..|.lu]  NtM'l'.'K ii li.-irliv  uiv.'i! -tint  NOTICE  Land District, CoaBt,  District of Coaut, Range I,  TAKK NOTICE that I, Mary Thulip,  oooupatiou Manioc! woiumi, intend to apply to {-tuclrs'i the folio, i g oiccrib^  lutidi iOnmmeudiiK at it p > 11 hnteilalwwt  40 uhi<i'>R uortl*, nnd 40 clmliis cast, of t^io  oou'li-wceto ruer of I:tt41, thenoj nor h  80 tlmiop, ihoi 0-J **f*t 40 ch'tlns. thtneo'  jouih 80 chftinn, thuiOd euit 40 oliainn to  tl 0 p.'iut of oommo coinuut, contuiuiiig  320 ocroi* nioro" or 1 bb. i.-;-  8igi-������H,-MARY TIIULIN,   :,  '.��������� G<o. V������r i������r,A(i������tit.-,  l)nt������d March M, 1012. ���������  ' W  Tho elections are over, tho ex*?.  citoment lms paeseJ, so ���������'everything is lovely ami tho gooeo  hangs high." Now for ,iv not  work of railways for B, (J, ami a  reign of prosperity that has never  before hofln thought of  CUSTOMS APPOINTMENT.  Mr. Frank Dalby has recently  received the appointment as Cns  tome Collector for this city. The  office will be opene<l some tinv  .this month. .Wo congratulate  Mr. Dalby ou his appointment.  ��������� The opening of this tiilice will  bti very much appreciated by the  busim-kB men of Cumberhiml. Jt  did not tiiko tl.o Conservative  Gpyeni'iii'iit long to see the ueces  sity of such an office and to net  accordingly.  P, PHiLLJPES-H^^  .BARRISTERAND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR Avenue  CUMBERLAND.  NOTICE is hereby given thnt 30 d.iys  nlicr date application will be made to  the Superintendent vt Provincial Policy Victoria, for a transfer of tne li tel  license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known a<3 die Nelson House, sit-  tuted at Union B;iy, B, C, to John A  Friiser.  ������������������'"���������,    Fkaser & UlHIJOP.  Dated March 1st 190,  ,<'i  'ii"i;! udi   '.������ si  i    !.  *���������:()  'i'-Mu-  I'..  ..>. ;i i m  .ul-y\ V  '1 ���������  t j������;r..iii   U(..,;.itl,  -���������i   A |i)i.ii'.t|ii i;t tut!  ..iti-y Chc-iii'it. Agent  lll'l'"       !'���������  .'���������'ujK-iiiiii>iii|. -i <���������!' i'lo' i'lfiiij  iir.f h.,* tlit.< .''wt'lri' of |Ik������ lit'fiui  lo: thi' iU.1-1 t\t !linior l������v  ii't-til   '.  ���������t.v,  u" .'itrcli Itfiu,  ivM-i.  . .mi.-niii ��������� <mfmm*wm*mmm  Mr. Ottotge Fletcher and   his  ���������rr :ent(.Uvo. N.r. Thnnias,came  \,   from Kumimo    la������t   week,  )���������' Ting with thwn t'. c  now or-  1 r 3t. <f.������o,.,gv'i������ PfftHbytorian  di, i.ih! 'viiich t i������   MihiaUed,  T! i uii-.m ir.a ',< n'lillca t instru  :,i ���������������'     Un'h   h\   itpp-nMir**   fl-dlTVivra, Jhi. On������������������r ���������".  (.,  t 1' ������ ,K>' >'      j������rt in',*  tho Union IIoimI, uiluiitfat Union.  iti  ������\viv>*k'. .*>*;���������  H(v.������j   ������iv.������.t   li.tiiti   ,���������������  land in   IlrltUli Columbia, from  Samuel  O,  Davis to John Nor  man MoLeod, of Britis'i Coluni-  bh.  hit*  Sftm...-: C.    X   Dt������v5*  mar';.  Juhn N. .\fnI.rod,  \V'Hu������a.s tn mark of s'nmnol   (*.  ii*  a'aWh'  D.itid rUuliii day of tfarch, 1142  V.Tc.arcfiljotviog )>ti\i)y ^op different liiie,i of Spring Suitingf,  Comprising nil the new color ef������  ieciH and latest weaves in medium w*i!j!i! Cloths. .Jftuicy Worsteds aud Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds. Scotch Tweeds," \\)\\e  and black Serges aud Cheviots.  Union   Bay  Co-operative  Company, Ltd*  ���������V. B0J40#A:  Manufacturer'-of MINERAL WATER  P. O. BOX 488  PHONE 99....  CUMBERLAND  Ml'.  -f  This is the first spring in the history of Comox .  District that the local demand (or eggs has been  equal to the supply.  * Nothing'pays better-thaii \  poultry, if they are rightly managed.     Begin .  with the little fellows and feed them   CHfCK  FOOD,' which is a mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats, coirn and other grain, cut and blended   in  the right proportion to  make them thrive and  grow,   ]*'or sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   -  - Courtenay, BX  DKALEIUN FLOUR AND TOD.  Ten Milesforit Cent  ; Vtm ������M-t jnlk to ������M.fimi etwli pm'  MikcoTMtilh������cotl*(e|)MMngi  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  W   O   f   Q  K  C  Y  C L it  ���������    n#iii������M������������������r������itiNr   .    .  Thli nichini b dwayi n*Ay ki ���������  n������rf*f������nliip������f������pkuM������M|uii, Will da  t)l������ W*d W*A ������4 S itttNt. Ntt ������RMHMI  wlMldk. w* ytoM Ui������ to Ull you  mora ������b������rt lh������ frtilMl iport in th*  woikl. Coim (��������� uA m ui.  TKOS. PUMLIY, _  DMLfUS        VlCTOHIA, PA  as  ���������  mSSSSBm  IWf������^nu>|  ��������� *?  \  '���������If jou get i* nt I������Hmle>*t it's au. ttroiiT."  V 0-Wo Be Bflrnlrlrtj;  *9  4T.^**s-^*ft,> w.^,^ii^^^iw.^^  ftJii^it1!*"^ "*������!** t'.-Wtl


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