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 ,.^'*<%.<A^V'^-^ ������������������--.:^;':?i  -���������'-���������       ���������.-   ���������    ' ��������� ��������� *.'"A     , ^'v/ ���������. ������. "��������� -   ���������''   -''-���������'. .   ' .< -   .���������".-���������'���������;;���������',������������������.  .    0IVBi  YOUR {PIPST OF; THE  MONTH;; OEIIERS  TO   THE' IDEAL   STOB&  * . ... ... .  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox plstHct.  __,_ mi   IW.TI  mm  ThbNkwS, TWKNTIimi  Y������AR  ��������� /  CUMBERLAND   15. C,    WEDNESDAY,   JULY   10 :91a  ras*a_  JUL 16*1912^.  Subscription $1.00 a Yi.au  ^^VT_r        ������   &  ll(ft_tf������^Wi������&  lllllllllilllllRltllllllillllilllllllllllllllilllliHIIIIIItlllflHII-illUlliyMIUIllil  IIIIIIHIIKUIItllttllSVIIIIIIIillliniillHIUItUHIUNIlllllllllllll  GREAT CLEARANCE  |������^lr^wv������^<^<WI^^������^  FOR  _.' <  OF WHSTEWEAR  Mere is a,rare opportunity to  secure  fashionable   white  wear at astonishing prices.    Dp uot miss this opportunity  Everything marked in.plain figures on a Ued Tag.  Ladies9   Waists,     Corset, Covers,  Drawers,   Night    Gowns,     LJnder-  skirts, Aprons, Dainty   Whit������ and  Cr (ored   Dresses,    in   the   newest  styles find, ������orrect trimmings.  Special Prices on Window Curtain Muslin  A Full Range"-of Matting Rugs���������every price  All Whiteweaf Goes; Everything  Marked in Plain Figures  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  ���������"l  Baths,.  Lavatories,  ing*  ling  Supplies  M  mmm  X,  Special Bargains in  Ladies' Whitevjear  Now is the tim. to till your whitewcar requirements,  at prices which will appeal to the careful buyer:--  Night Gowns From $1.50 to n.25  Corset Covers l<rom 35c to 1.25  Drawers From 60c. to 1.23  ��������� Underkirts From 1.2,5 l0 2*75  We have also a full range of Piints, Ginghams, Cham ���������  brays and Fancy Muslins, well worth your inspection.  Exceptional values in Men's Negligee and .Soft. Shirts in  stripes and dot patterns to suit all tastes1 from   !j*i to 2.75  iW.-GjimliflpMd Department Stores,  '' W. A. WAGENHAUSER       f. P. GNATE  proprietors   Dnnsmuir Ave., CUMBERLAND. 13. 0." |  Phone 10 I1. 0.  Box 100  ���������__c_i_zx_-_--t-_e-^^i:!  C__jn_SK___B_^3-*n������__U_������3_-t'  THE'CANifDIAN BANK  ��������� OF/COMMERCE ,    .  CAPITAL, $15,000,000   REST, $12,500,000  w.  SICnOM tiEISEl^ & C0.,lid| \&*Hirr,/*-/*rv^  ^ ������������.'->'   '1";   1  1 ... iiii_nii '     ������ ii������_i,i_������________  .ttoca1 Orangemen will hold an  open a'r dance in^ Peacey's   new,  luldiug on the evening of  July  j2'h.    Admission $1.00,   ladies  i'vee.'   Everybody welcome.   .  U has becu 'remarked , by,  would be''knockers" that,-in- a  year from now, the grass would  be growing on the. streets of  Cumbeilaud. With all the  buildings that are going up it  looks very lunch like it (?) What  do you think Mr.' Knocker ?  The Grand Grove  of United  Ancient Order of Druids of IJ. C.  held their annual session at Oum  boylaud on/June'2-th.    The fob���������:  lowing officers   were  elected:--  Noble Grand Arch, Wini Lonou;  Deputy��������� Grand'' Arch, K. Coloin -���������  bo,   Cumbei'lnnd;   Grand (. Sec  Win, Rafter,, Grand   Treasurer,  John'"'Harris;'''' Grand   Marshal,  Joseph ". Aspecic,    Cumberland 5  Grand Herald, Rinaldo Marivelli  Cumb.iliiud; Grand   'Guardian,  K.James.    After . the,clcc'ton.  llro. Cbas.   H.   Knbrycht,   Past  Noble Grand Arch was presented  with   a  very   handsome  gold  i,nedalby (Uund   Grave of H.,C.  Hev. I.W    Williamson,  Sec  yeinry ol' tho  British   Oolumbin  Sunday School Association, will  hi in Cumberland on Thursday,  and will"addrcss till   interested  in Sunday school work; on tlm  evening of that day iu the Pros-  byteriin church   at    7.30.    AH  are welcome.  Motor bus   will   make   two  trips weekly tn Courtenay  and  Comox, .ou Wednesday' nnd Sat  tmlay, leaving   Cumberland   at  o inn:in., and  will   return   at  Finance Committee Of  Y.M.CA Have Interview  With Gcn'I Mgr. Coulson.  The finance committee iij con  ncction   with   the   Y. M. C. A.  proposition  met Mr.   Oouleon on  Sat unlay, .Imi-j 20th.   The committee was very cordiall received,  and Mr. Coulson went;   into   tjie  proposition fully and stated   that  personal)' he was full   in   accord  with the idea, and stated that   in  his opinion'a proposition  of this  kind .would ho ot!  great benefit to  tho wholo community, and that, it  was iho intention ...of thocompany  to provide   reading   und   aiuuso- I  mont rooms nt No, 7  and later nt |  No. 8.    Ho stated that tho   company  were   spending  over   two  million dollars   ii:   development  work and it was their intention to  mako tho mines, tlio, most modern  Lu tho west,    Ilu  promised   that  ho would bring tho mutter of   financial support for a Y, M, C A.  building to the attention of   tho  directors of tlm   company   at tho  first, mooting   and would   lot tho  eouimilteo know just,to what ex  tout they would bo prepared   to  support tho proposition,  ���������-1 At the'residence of Mr. J. H.  Collins, McPherson avenue, Viu  toria West, an Wednesday an interesting ceremony was per formed,, when Mr.   W.   Willard,   ex-  mayoroi Cumberland,  and Miss  Mabel Sam way, .were   united   iu  matrimony, Rev. 15. C Freeman  officiating. ��������� The bridesmaid was  Miss Vera Collins and the groom  was supported by   his   brothci,  Mr. A.   S.   Willard.    Mr.   and  Mrs Willard left   on   the  mid-  niohf'boat   for   n   tour   of  the  Mainland and Sound cities, after  which they will  return  to  their  home   in    Cumbeilaud.*   Many  valuable   and    useful    prescmts  wer.o received   from   fiicnds.���������*  Victoria Colonist.  Mr. and Mrs. IJ. W, Bailey, o������  Vuueouvoi',, nro visiting hero.  Mr. Fred I'ickni'd, of  Hiitauia  Mr.   Harold   McArihur,   late  R.^.m.   SpeciAl   rates tor   ex* li������'������������c'i^u'"  ' . 1    ..:_  ..:_  .......... i.niiiw. w/'imm  ��������� 1 1     1    I*   ,. 1    T������    I'*  . v .ii/v/i.l.u. ���������,  tt       ���������   ���������  elusions and pic-uic parties.  Knirhauki*, Alaslui, J,������ly T,���������  'Tho most violent cnrtlKputko over  V.imm lu������m took (ihtce at U)  o'clock last night, tlio Hurtlu������ock-  iujr eontinonsly for forty eocoiuK  \A'M    violiMtt       Khoeks.     OfBILITCil.  throughout    \U    ni^ht.    b.ouis  AinU'ix'ii. fuwm.i-i of .v utiu.e ������t  p.)u.i' m-i'k. was kilted ������������'n r<;*  vult i-l.thj tiisih^'iiikt".    He was  puiilic wchooi, wtii hu tlic,a������'.vt  principal of our public school.  Mr. MtArthur coiius highly recommended.    Miss   Ktfie    Mc-  ...    1 1   % 1 ���������  VH) UrU ���������Will   itlMi.    f.UCv.'.VAi,    *n������.|������.  Dingwullon the  teaching stall.  Ticket iC������7 llcW l,y J'!ck-  Cart\yiii.b' won theduimoud ring  .it irsty tliU on Saturday   night.  nif- (Mti'd luui'i.tli ������   h'lpo .���������.Lib of  Hefttth, roturtied to that plaeo, on  Friday last, after upending a week  in town. Mr. lMekard is employed nt Hrittiniii  Mi'ueB.  Mr. and Mrs. Win, Walker,,of  Ih'itfiuia Ucnch, nro visiting rolu-  tivoR in tOWIK  Dr. (lillefipie nml family expect to take theii- dcpai'luro from  Cumberland o'u Sninrday or Sun  day. Mi������ Annie Haywood, who  lias heon wiih tliom for suveiai  years, will aw.omp:iuy them.  When our (ciiiciit sidewulks  and now buildings on Dniisiiiiiii'  nvcnuo are completed and tho  avenue kopt elean, wo wont kimuv  'oum'lvcs. Wo will then i" ������omc:  uieiwurc be a modern oily.  j    The days of tho   pessimist,   are   :.ii,. ,..',,',,,,f ���������,���������.>.*   i'������  tl f ntiliin-  \r>\, iu Cniiiherlaiid.  Messrs Melinc, AeUui and U'y-  iiinn, propiH'tm'H <���������!! Tho 4'Mi'.d"  Store, txpec' t'������ be in. their iii'W  pjreini.srs early iu Augu.st. "FiH'ii'  piv:^ut pliee of   bii*-in<-*-'* )������ "inch '  '. Tl'i.s pleasant-to lenru that-the  enterprising iiniv of Campbell  Brothers are enlarging their business, promises owing to 'increase  of trade. They will cany a coni  pi0to liiw of household furnituro  in tho now addition.  Mrs. Jack is having the ground  cleared for hor now building,  which will bo Ptarted this week.  The building will bo a two stoiey  one 00x25,  ''Nick" is weaiing a broader  smile thin over���������if that were poa.  .iblo, since Johnson bant Flviui,  ,.'.,, ..,,������������������... ������-  ���������  , ���������. .    '���������        .-....'. ��������� .   ,  The City Council should arraugo  for tho bolter lighting of Duns-  mu'ir avenue when tlio now sidewalks and buildings aro couiplet-  o(.l< ,',.:���������  This week will sctvquite a iium  boi' of our eitizona at their vai'i������>UH  summer resorts.  II. Dallas Ilolmeken, K, C, a  prominent barrister and  a formor  member of tho proviu-cial houso,  died in London, F.nglnnd ou July  5th. The lute Mr. Jlclmcltcu  was a nuMuberof the legal firm of  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  inexpens?ve method of remhtinff small sums pf money.. These Qrdcrs>  payable without charge at any bank "in Canada (except in the \ ukoa  Territory) and in the principal cities of ihe United States, are issued at  tlio following rates:  " $5 and under ..' v **���������������������������' 3 CCH^  Over    5 and not exceeding $10.'.    O  ������     10      ������,������ " 30 10  ������30      " " 50...  15  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should bo mado by means cf our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   iKucd without do'ay ot reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND DIIAHOH W. T. WHITE,-KDnaRci*  <������  k  Drake, Jackson *fe llelmekon. and  was a native son. ,Ho was a  grandson of the laic Sir .Jainob  Douglas a termor governor of li.  C.  Cumberland and Courtenay Or-  aiK'enion will celebrate the Gh>-  rion.liJili, .by a grand piciiie at  IIov'b lietieh. Murdo'ek'e J'������riii*s  Bund will be in������������������-attouchtnep' and  spcoehoM'wili bo delivered suitabl  'to the occasion by somo of the  city and district-'u ui08t brilliant  orators..  Star  M.. H. Richaids of the  Cafe, has disposed of his interests  in that establishment lo Mr. A.  Jaek. aud left ou Saturday, niyht  for Vaiieouver, where lm may  engajje iu husiness.  Tako iu tho l,th, of  July \.w-'  nic at K >y's Honelv.  The   (Jity   Council   met    iu..  special Bossion .011 Monday   even-  in<t; tn receive and  consider   tenders for   cement   sidewalks   for  Dnnsmuir avenue.   Tho following were  present:���������Aid.   Ucver  itlge, Campbell, Ccssfovd,    jMnx-  wel! and the mayor.    The follow  ing lenders v.eie   .eeeived:--  R.'-H.'Travels, New   Westminster ������6.;g/5 |.oo;   Marshal -��������� Pluui-  mei Co.,   V a neon ver, $6,040,00-  woodeu 'curbs;   ISIncDougall   & ,  Co., Vaiwouver,-unii bid; Kioao  Paving Co,, Vancouvev-unit iu<l.  Iv. N. Raykull.   Nauaimo,-uuit  bid; MorflaiUo & Sou, Victoria,-  unit bid;' Mclv'tixie,   UroatUoM  & jbhn.'.ton r Vancouver, ,.85740,-  wooden   curbs.    The    contract,  was   nwarded 10 R. II. Traveri������.  . Mi'n. J. W, l!r,)di'n nnd cliil-  dren, of Victoria, are suinmorinfj;  at Ciuitlev \vwli. ���������  ..      ���������  vmtmBLTsnkvsLxmu^^  Wi<UI������M������MWWUM_.,lli  r.������:._t .mm*nm%*mm mmm*  ?  Mnrocchv ItTOtheis  are   ahoivt<  tu erect a   tuo   *^>;/*������������'"J;^   P���������,���������U   for   theii;   increasing    ,   7-5v.ro, on the comer of   .Scond!v  ,.:u't!i which the. ijunU   '"^"'''^"i.Si. uud I'curlth Aveiine. i tnul-i  from ib*; ftjof ������'i the mil)-). I %  inaii_i������ariws_^^  W ***"\ "WtWl   i     O    '    .;������������������...    ...  <, Jf      I ^ j*%tHt.**),*iAi fi/%  POT {Jiff MWhOummer   kjicui m������_c  Sale Commencing Saturday July  I3i% Big Reduction in all lines*  Campbell  'Bros.  ������ Duntnwir c/iv*mt  *A '-X, (-.  m������*waw������* *���������**'*+<���������*'>  ������W'   -.juM w W  '"*'**'     ~Hi|-*WtMIW  ������*| '  ^W^^agwrwBP-ayJM^^  ���������M  _���������__���������  _��������� :������??���������: .jS; %a*  ���������rO.-.-i  IS.  -''  ,���������?������������������:  '���������'*'''''  THE NKWS..CTnvn?T.,PT.AND. 15. C!  IN THE  BALANCE  By L G. MOBERLY  Author of   .  "Dan and Another," ������A Tanqled  Wot>,"    "8ln of Alison  Deer-  lng,"  etc-,  etc*  WARD, LOCK  H CO.. LIMITED  London, Melbo.me and   Toront*.  (Continued!,  CIIAI'TICK XXIII.  * "Wlmi nro you doin.. hero?" Dorothy's words camo tremulously, ������lie  shrunk a Ill lie away from the uato  lookliiK with troubled eyes ut Oliver  llyuccourt, who Blood on Its further  tilde. Ho did not immediately nn���������-  wpi* her; his eyes were rivalled upon  her, and Uiclr huiij-ary glnuee save  her a shrinking son.allon ot helm;  fn.e to face with a wild creature.  Kveryihins ahout him nerved to  carry ou< the illusion; he looked worn  and hugsard, lie did not present the  appeuranee of a rlBlng young surgeon. Jlis clothing was tumbled;  ���������Here were gr*. a* blotches of mud  i:pon his :,,'v.*scr_, and the inud had  even r*pl_������i i il (ii id hit) com. lie  v.as uniiPtnii'.y ; ale, hi1. In !iiu land-  romo fa'ie Here wno si. ns of (lis-  'urbanee wliMi hurt l'.-iothy'H tender lioart. Ami yefsho .hrank rat 111  Tiom the p.*. - .innate I'ri.gcr in his  eyes, an 1 :n im i(ti\e longing as-  iiiilei h.r l. (all lo MiJ.s, to have  ������lm py lur l'i U\ l'i -ve n.c piotecting  'endernes-. ��������� : .','s f.tcp, v.iwCh was so  different, from what, was written  upon Dynecourt's fea*,".eH.  "I didn't know I should see you,"  he said, speaking at last, and (.peaking in hurried, breathless accents, as  If be had been running oulckly, "I���������  caino down here���������on business���������and I  couldn't help trying to get a glimpse  of your ho.ne. 1 did not dare hope  I should see you. Dorothy!"���������a  ring of appeal was in his voice, he  put out his hands to her across the  gate, "Dorothy, it is so long since 1  saw your face!"  Again there came to, the listening  woman a wave of Instinctive longing  for her husband; she moved anothor  step backwards, without answering  Oliver's words, but her movement  had galled him, he opened the gate  with a sharp clang, and seized her  hands rougliiy.  "Do you know it is months since  we met," he exclaimed, holding her  a little away from bim, and looking  down at her with a mingling of anger and love in his eyes, ''don't you  understand that the sight of you  ~TT earl y"TlT i \W~mT~ mad ^vlfen"." t li ink"  ���������when I think���������you belong to another man,'' he ended fiercely, drawing her towards him with a savage  strength against which she struggled  in  vain  "Oliver," she gasped, trying to'  push away his encircling arms, "Jet  me go���������you should never have come  here��������� let me go!"  "Why should I let you go?" He  Bpoke with the same fierceness that  marked Ills every gesture, "you are  mine���������you aro not his. You love  me���������not lilm;    and in a few months  ii  "Oliver!"' she cried again, her  email hands pressed hard against his  hands, her voice suddenly cold, ",you  are forgetting honour and right;  forget���������thai 1 am Miles' wife,  rue go." ������  The coldness of her voice,  white anger ot her face acted upon  lilm like an icy douche, he loosed his  grasp of her, and stood back from  her, Keying shakily���������  "How could 1 help It? Don't yon  know that; the sight of your face  drives mo mini? Do you realise  what .you look Uko in that whito  gown, with the sunlight, on you hair?  t_. ".v.":",".1, ,.. .... , ':._' ,",������������������,'! t.������������������"���������'.  you  Let  the  CRITICAL TIME  OF WOMAN'S LIFE  From 40 to 50 Yeara of Age,  How It May Be Passed  in Safety.  Ro. Wellington, B.C. - "For a year during tho Change of Life I was nil run  i down. I was really  ?jj too wenlc to walk anil  was very despondent  and thought 1 wwi  going to dii', but nf-  ti;r tailing Lydln B.  Pinkhnm's VegoU-  t������lo Compound and  Wood l'uriftur my  Ileal Ih and strength  returned, lam wry  thankful to'you and  praise your medicine.  I havo tulviaed sevural women who suffered as I did to try your remedies. You  way publish this If you wish."��������� Mrs,  David It. Morris, South Wellington,  Vnnrmivp** Nlnnd. W, 0.  No other '���������ftMlrt'ieffwwftmi'iMlMis*  feeeived such wlde-sprsnd nnd unqualified endowment. We know of no other  medicine which has such a recorq* ot success an hns Lydia K. Pinkhnm's Vegi'ta-  lib* Compound, For more than SO years  It hm been the . tandurd remedy Jor woman's ills sueh an Inflammation, ulceration, tumciM, Irregularities, periodic  pins and mm������is prostration, and wo  believe it h unequalled tor women dur* ������l<"������������**  Ing the period of cliar.jj* of lit..  Il y.\\ lne.iie tlio rffclt (cat ilituUtj  that hytMa rMMol.liniu'.H V>rr<r*trt-(  blc Compound u Ul tut p you, write, ���������  loLyilin ...I'inklinm M<MHrtneC'o.j  {coiilldentlsil) F.ym������, >!;'���������;������., lfart.il*>  *le������\ Your IcUt* \\ HI lie opine ������1,'  rend nnil n.itmvrcd hy n woman,* ���������������������������  Can't you understand���������that 1 lovo  you���������that .0 think ot you as Mlloa'  wito is unendurable?"  "There is no oilier way in which  you can think of me," she answered,  and the quietness of her own voice  surprised her. "Why do you say  you ean't help feeling like thiB? Surely���������-you are man enough to���������-help doing what Is'wrongV" Perhaps Dorothy herself was hardly aware what a  fine edge of sconi was audible In hor  words; sho was only conscious of an  iu voluntary surprise that a man, the  man she���������loved, could yield to tho  weakness of saying "How could I  help ii?" and with the surprise came  a quick and equally Involuntary comparison. Llko a flash of lightning  Oliver's dark disturbed face and passionate eyes showed lu her mind side  by side with her husband's race, the  Taeo of a man. whose wholo being  was under control.  The (lash of comparison was ns  momentry as it wan instinctive, and  it. had gon> beforo Oliver could reply to her words. But���������It had entered Into her consciousness, and an  Impression that has once glanced a-  cross our souls loaves Its permanent  mark behind.  "I don't want to mako you angry,"  Oliver said quietly, "only try to put  yourself In my place, and ihlnk what  it means to me to see you after all  this weary time, and to know what a  barrier stands between' us. Re  good to me, Dorothy."   .  Tho falter in his voice shook her  equanimity more I nan his actual  words, and, because he was the man  sho loved, she forgave him (ho weakness of a moment before, she tried  lo thrust from her thoughts all that  had outraged her wifely dignity, and  her face resumed its gentler expression as sli t said���������  "I don't ever want to be anything  but good to you, only, it Isn't right  that, we should meet, either here or  any wr ere. It isn't, fair to Mile's, and  you must not come again."  ���������'Come again ! " Oliver's Uuu.h  rang- out hoarsely upon the clear evening air, "I am not likely to como to  this part of the world again. Chance  or something very like it. brought me  here to-day. Chance led me to this  gate at this exact time and no other.  I did not expect to see you, I did  not try to see you. I came to the  neighborhood���������on���������business, and���������I  I wisli to heaven that I had''stayed  away!"  His words were so vehement, the  disturbance on his face so nuvrked,  that Dorothy was startled.  " Don't look like that," she said,  "perhaps your coming was a mistake, but you need not repeat the  mistake. We must not meet again.  Oliver, il, is not right." She put out  her hand to him with a gesture that  combined tenderness with a beautiful  womanly dignity that seemed to set  her above his passion of vehemence ;  and some of the excitement died ou!  of Jusla^eand he took her hand in  his.-      "~ "J  " Will you let mo kiss you once ? "  he said, " and forgive mo for forgetting myself just now. I���������was upset.  I hardly knew what I was doing, but  kiss me. Dorothy, before I say goodbye to you again.  The real pain in his voice, (he pain  that lay deep within his eyes, touched  her infinitely more (ban his impetuous vehemence had done. Without a. word she lifted her face to his  and he kissed her gently, lingeringly,  as one who kisses the face of the  dead.  "I am not worthy to kisR the hem  of your gown," ho whispered as he  released her, " I am not worthy even  to touch your hand. K you only  knew���������Dorothy���������if you only knew���������"  ho broke off his sentence abruptly,  dropping her hand as a footstep  sounded in Iho luno, and Ihe figure  of one of Ihe keepers appeard on the  other side o������ tho wicket gate. The  man glanced with somo curiosity from  his master's \.'lfo to tho stranger who  was obviously laboring under great  excitement, and Dorothy, seeing the  Inquisitive Glance, held out her Inud  again to Oliver with an assumption  of indifference well calculated to deceive n {nan more versed In the ways  or tho world than was honest John  Dawson.  "Goodbye, Mr. Dynecourt," she  said, in matter of fact, tones, "1 am  glad you seen tlie park on such a  lovely evening. Sir Miles wll���������b.  Borry to havo missed you."  For one moment Dynecourt looftod  deep into her eyes, tho next ho had  passed through tho wicket gate aiid  was hurrying along tho lane, wIiIIbI  Dawson, iho keeper, his rjusplclons  sot nt rest, by Dorothy's unruffled demeanour, entered the park, followed  by his dog.  "That gentleman ','ho has just  goiio Is Sir MUoh' doctor." Dorothy  suld, crushing down her own omollonn  wlih nn Iron hiiiid. Intent only 011 pro-  venting the lalntest breath or hint of  gossip, "ho Is a very (.'lover London  surgeon."  "ile'H got a very clover tu.ee, my  lady," Dawson answered respect fully,  "and I'm sure 1 wish, wo nil wIbIi, he  omild r.uiko Sir Miles well again.  Thoro nro few /(ontloinon In the  country nowadays like Kir Miles!'1  " Vory few Indeed," Dorothy responded emphatically.  " I met tho doctor nenr be tho  common lia.ll an hour ngo,', JJawnon  continued, "he's not n gentleman  you can pass by without noticing  him ; tie seemed a lilt put out and lu  n great huriy. Hut thoro, 110 doubt  a doctov has a lot of things to think  ���������llinnt    <iii,I   ni'ivbo   hn   wnn   wnrryl������ii������  n hi) over a patient."  " very iim:i.v, Ho caino down on  iniflliuiK.." was Dorothy's reply, ns  ���������i-Uh a *"mirt<>ouii jcood pveuinit to Ihe  '(peper nbo turned nwny and moved  slowly neroHH 1I10 pnrtt,  "Vrivv   'Iip'Vm   n   inilv   fit   In   mntp  uiiii one iit;e Kir Miles" D/uvhon reflected eiuhiiHlaHtleiilly. his brief  thought of titiHjilelon entirely set at  Vdnt, " .Ik-'b pule ifoltl (die f������, mid I  Know wlim ev<r put jhf notion1  u iny head Jbi*t shy am. tlio doctor  pimp V.iio /.Ai'-yittR on a bit. J didn't  iiiSe in ihnl tellow, I'ilher, bfthOfiniiH'  ns be K and looks an If he'd Mick al  .u-llilh., Ut *.������ v v.lut lu; v.iUiU'.L IM  t,ooiie. Iic.vi) Unit fellow lov a friend  tlmi rn enemy ariy itoy.."  71i.������ knpc i>;iA..d on Jii:i nay, ami  li Totli,-, mu-f out nf *lplit, t*.i.t down  1  beiii U  mult/ a  iipreatliiig  oak  Designed to give tho greatest possible   carrying   capacity  with  lightest possible draft.  NO BETTER WAGONS MADE  CRICULTURAL  IMPLEMENTS  _  of exhaustion. The complicated emotions which sho had just passed  through had tired her more than she  had realized at the lime and now that  she was onco more alone, sho found  herself shaking from head to foot,  and nearly overwhelmed by a great  longing to cry.  " But you imisn't . cry," she said  aloud, gripping at the bench lo steady  her shaking limbs, and biting her lips  to keep back tho tears, " at all costs  Miles must not, bo upset afresh today. 1 must keep quiet and collect  for his sake I must, I must. l?!ir,  oh ! why did Oliver como ?" That  was the persistent cry within her  heart. Why had Oliver como to ills-  turb her peace, lo open old wounds,  to make tho path she had'mapped out  for herself more hard for her. True,  he had told her he had not intended  to see her ; iu all justice to him she  must acknowledge that. But tho reflection was forced upon her, thnt a  wholly unselfish man would uot ' ave  come near her homo at all, wo'i'.d  have run no risks of just such a  casual meeting as had taken place.  Indignation against, him, sympathy  with him, love and tenderness for  him, combat Ing her loyalty towards  her husband-- all these warring elements made it a matter of no small  difficulty to regain hor self control  and serenity ; and when at l_st she  walked slowly along tho. terrace- In  front of the house, the marks of tlie  struggle were still in'her face, and  she lo"Kc;d ve;y while rurrt w.ru. K  was a relief lo find the library empty.  Sh-> was disinclined to rn.i thij .:iuint-  let of Miles' searching glance, and  the empty libraiy told her that he  had not yetreturne.u from the <arm,  and that, she would have time to  change dress and recover more of  her lost, equanimity before tbey met  for dinner,  She was in the drawing room dressed in Miles' favorite gown of softest  white, before she heard his step, on  tho stairs, and when he entered, his  thoughts were plainly too much occupied with othei ,'iiaters to allow ������unt  to jidice -inyiring unusual :n Iim \v:fo  lie was very silent 'through .inner, answering Doiothy in his customary  courtesy when she spoke to him, but  initiating .few remarks himself ; and  dinner over he went into the library  with'a murmered apology about errors  of accounts to be looked over, and the  home farm business to be completed.  (To be Continued. 1  CAN MANUFACTURE GOLD.  Parisian Claims to  Have Discovered  Important Secret.  A rari3 wizard, M. Verley, claims to  havo discovered tho secret of manufacturing gold out of the baser metals.  Ho warns the public that ho is not to  be compared with Leuiolne, tho diamond fakir, nor with any alchemist of  tho past, who pretended to havo discovered tho philosophers stone. His  invention, ho declares, Is a serious  one.  He has applied for a patent, nnd all  tbe governments In tho world aro to  bo Invited to a conference to decide  upon this epoch-making revelation.  Paris, hernialcr, will be tho greatest  gold mine In the world. Jt will turn  ottf tons of the yellow metal from  mero scrap Iron.  Tho facility with which gold can bo  produced his frightened him. It will  reduce tho value to that of tho baser  Letals. Ho said that he' intended to  re.uest tho different governments . of  tho world to hold a conference for (ho  purposo of making of gold a state  monopoly, which will alone keep up  the price,  M. VeiT/ my.; (bat he has applied  for a patent In every country, but under an ��������� inviolable seal. What this  means is an myBterbuH as the rest. He  said that he was leaving for London  to demonstrate the reality of his discovery by experiments In the presence  of English scientists. Needles'- to say,  .the alleged discovery is received hero  wit,h a ,'ue amount of scepticism.  ALL COME FROM  THE SAME CAUSE  VHY      DODD'S  ?URED  MME.  KIDNEY  OUFAULT'S  PILLS  ,LLS  An Optimist Required.  7FiWd"TiTer-"  can give >our  or  "Yes;  ary work.  ."Thanks.   He is a good  "Hut .hold on, is he au  a pessimist?"  'What difference does that  "Makes a _eal of diffeience. I ?nn't  uso a .pessimist. 1 want tn .dii a  spring seed catalogue."���������Washington  Herald.  man-,  optimist  make  The Bargain Day olid.  ,oph into iho drygoods store and  wanders ��������� 'round   two hours or  more,  And  looks at. all the signs,  She handles all tho latest styles of  silk and satins stacked in pllei  long and varied lines,  prices everything In sight and  drives the clerks lo frenzy quite.  TO submit to a headache Is to waste energy, time and comfort.  To stop it at once simply take . _ ,  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  Your Druggist will confirm our statement that they do-hot contain  anything that can harm heart or nervous system.    25c, a "box.  NATIONAL DRUQ AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED.  124  Confirmed.  "Don't you think this Imt makes mo  look ten yeara younger'/" ,    .  "Yes, and so does -my husband."  "How charming! What did ho say?"  "He remarked Inst night that whon  you took off your hat you looked ten  years older."  Ye������, Where?  "When' I marry," said tho girl, "1  am not rjoing to marry a man who  clrlnkH, smokes, plays cardB, or who  belongs to a club. Still I want him to  hare a good time.'  "Whore?" ho nsl.ed.-~Ladlea Home  Journal.  She  In  She  ���������.he.  Kijti.  If You "Have  'Say, Pop, what is money  'Money, my son, is thn root of ill  evil. That is to say, with it you -.'an  buy a wlfo or keep expensive bachelor  apartments. No matter Which one you  choose, you'll wish you had tho othor."  ���������Philadelphia Record.  '���������Jnturfi Faxing.  "I. am disappointed in this seed catalogue,"  ���������"As to how?" '  'I don't seo nny Improvements In  beotn or tomatoes, These look lika 3011  models to me,"  A rsport of tho Agricultural Department of the '..lulled Stales shews that  last year L'r.nadn. Imported *rom tliat  country IIQ.OOO.OOO eggs, At three  do/.cn for a dollar, this ineniin thai  Canndlnns ] aid ->10,000,000 for c;gs  laid by United States hens, Keeping  poultry Ih neither lmrd nor _lrty  wor)', und thoro Is money In It,  he Had Diabetes, Sciatica, Backache  i.:id' Headache but Found Speedy  Relief In the Great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  St. Jjonilace, M..n.��������� (Special.)���������After snfferins _or three years from a  complication of diseases, Medamo Oct.  Dufaolt, of 84 Victoria-atreat, this city,  is once more in perfect health, a*nd  Dodd's Kidney Pllla are credited with  another splendid cure. Speaking of  tier cure, Madame Dufault says:  'Yes, 1 a>*i again a well woman, and  I '.hemic Dodd's Kidney Pills tor it. 1  .uttered lo? threo years and I may say  .I-lia;l-.palns_alLover-_my__!_ody L_had_  sciatica, neuralgia and diabetes. My  _'ici. ached, and I had pains in my  lieaJ. I wa's nervous _.nd tired all  the time; the:a wen dark circles  qround _iy _yes, which were also  puffed and swollen, and heart fluttering add 3d to my tioubles.  "But when 1 started to uso Dodd's  Kidney Pills .! soon began to get better. I took thirteen boxes in all, and  I think they aio a grand medlciin."  Every one af Madame Dufault's ailments Is a direct vcsult of diseased  Itldneys. That's why Dodd's Kidney  Pills so .uickly cured them all,  High and Dry.  , Mrs. Nubrlde���������Now what good' are  your air oastles?"  Young Hubby���������Tley're better than  ���������link's .ubuiban land��������� never jalor  water.    -  "What's tho matter with your wife*"  She's all broken ap lately.,"  "Sho got a terrible jar."  "What has happened?'1  "Why she was assisting at a rum-  .mage sale, iook off her hat, and somebody sold it for thirty-five cents'."-  washlngton Herald.  His Awful Fj..r.  Littlo Robert and his seven-year-old  sweelhea-t were In bathing together  for (ho first time.  "Why, Lillie," he said, regarding hor  with a critical eye, "your legs a.  thin I'm afraid you have  ���������Harper's-Bazar..  MIHEItStJN  SHOES  are honestly mode nna their nl.solut*  perfection In every detail Is tho result  of our 66 years experience In HlKh tirade  Blioo BuUdfnv. Thoy are absolutely the  most popular and beet i.hoca for the price  In Cttnndn. Stocked by leading dcul.n  everywhere.  the John Mcpherson co., ltd.,  Hamilton. Ont.  2V4 H P  GasoTineEnfyriel  $57.5Q  aODqysTri&l.&YeorGuiaraTYtee  Shlppfd complf!,, natty lo run, a mown or ley on i{Wtlt  '  it.   figure tunc ,[������_! pumping w*l������r, uwwf wood, oiUrn|  ���������      fctd, lurning ctnm M|wni������r, churning or truhtaf, uif  W_      (King, /ou will bo ������ufjwi������d how won Ida engint fill p������],  V       (orltMlf.  AUiiuiuptolOH.I'. *t proporticnitt p-iin.  gs a.9 SO  pneumonia,  Mi  nard's Liniment u.ed by Physicians-  "���������"^���������^''"''���������'���������'"������������������'���������������������������i i ii    ���������_������������������___**  T.o True.  Lit tio pounds ')f sugar,  .Mixed with grams of sand,  Make the grocer's bankroll  Gradually expand.  Littlo schemes of Willie,  The graft *.o' undermine,  And soon that grocer's bankroll  Is used to pay his line.  ���������Judge.  V  Writ* totUy lor Colitog, ti U in*  A...  ^  ���������/ .From Fao-tory Ho Fa������xxv\  VS.JUDS0NC0.  WINNIPEG. MAN  Well, Well  THIS I* ft HOME DYE  J}}** ANYONE  _CAra use  A'ldhiq the Movement.  'Poor man, how he _hiver_, he must  be nearly frozen to death.''    - . -  "No he isn't. I was just talking to  him. tie says something is wrong  with his watch and na has to keep  Jiggling it to keep it from stopping.���������  Judge.  Impecunious Nobleman���������Sir, I un*  deiritniid you hnva a peerleaB daughter.  Aid Moneybags���������Yes, and you might  ns well undersinnd llr������t an ltirt.il :,t.  sho Ih going 1o stay peerless as frv rs  you fortuiiedm;)tors nro concerned.--  Iialtlmore American.  F-'en-A Dut .'"artldlous.  A iion ���������,.*hleh escaped from a small  circus raised :nuch excitement in a  rural community, until ane stalwart  young yokel managed Jo captuie It and  brine*  It   to   '.ho   tc-.'.t   for  a   reward  /'Here's your .nan-^atlng lion!" ho  exclaimed.   "You r.otleo he wouldn't  oat nv.!"  'You're right,"  proprietor. "Ho  ticular:'���������Judge,  replied the    circus  is Bomewhat    par-.  0;i6 of Pittsburg's lending '.Tsnnu-  facturers cjoes Mot think so highly of  tho value of a college career. lie was  inking a it How :nagnnte to lank ho  otlicv day.  "Weli, I her yni'r son Sb through  college."  "Yes, he's Ihroiigh,,'  "Put, In four years, I s'ppse?"  "Four years."  "And did ho lenvn anything whatever that was useful during those four  Dust Causes A8<h*na.~-Even a little  6peck too small to see will lead io  agonies which no woids can describe.  The ways of Iho breathing tubes contract and It seems as if ,die very life  must pass. From this condition .Or,  I.D Kellogg's A.ihma Remedy brings  'ho user to perfect -.est and health. It  relieves tho passages and norma,  breathing Is firmly ?stablishad again.  Hundreds of testimonials rocclved annually prove its jifestlveness.  I dyed ALL these  WrTEREffT KINDS  . of Goods  with the SAME Due.'  used  DYDLA  QNEDYEHUIKINDS"H  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Us*  U NO-h������n.co'uilngth������\VFONGt>yoforthi>C_o_������  , I nna hr.t to color. All color* from yn\ir DrugalRt o������  ' Doilor. rREB Color C������rJ nud STORY Do-lilo'H  ' i Tho ioL:)������on-Rlchi������rJ.on Ccw 'Jolted. Mcmicr!  H_i i ������������������������������������ ii i     i|__ nn  m  years  <>"  V/hat l������ a Lady?  A little while rgo, nn Rngllsh paper  offered a prixe for the best d.IlnlUou  ot a lady.. This Is the answer thnt  took tho prize:  ; "'"jo !;o r, lady meniW rightly, to be  a gentlewoman Who rhows by her  every word and nation a sweet and  senile dignity, with ���������>, r;raclo������>B sh. rm  of manner; a woman whoso ,.aart ta  pure und true, who I_ tender .toward  all Buffering, who sympathize with  those In trouble and la over .eady lo  glvo that which coats hor somo offort  and Bolf-denlal.  'A lady thinks no work derogatory,  and no ono Ih deemed'"too low to receive courtesy and kindness. ,*3ho is  pure in every doted 1 of life, a true  friend, and a 'ministering anger In  sorrow and In tiaknoBs."  Maypole, Soap  DYES SO  EASILY  With   Maypole  'Soap llieie u no  in home dyeino,  Dyei cotton, wool,  idle ot mixluiei. 24  colors-will give any  ���������hide. Colon 10c.  BUck I5c������������t youi  dealer.ot potlpnid  with booklet "How  to Dye" Irom  F. L. BENEDICT &  to!)  CO. Montreal  WRITE FOR  PROOF  PURIFI0Ore<i  cangerIndtumor  OaiMtflin Branohi Purlflco Co., Brldgehurg, Ont  Mollur--You'll cnteh It when your  father conies homo.  Hilly���������(who tins been r.tliielilng nn  old Jii'ltlo lo the cut's 'nil) "Ketch  11? What's ilnd f.:ot now? Hut I don't  en re, i've lind the innnhleH un' idilidi-  on*pox an' ninnipH, too"  Agncfl ��������� "WlitU nro you writing,  Riliol, your will?''  No, I'm writing my won't, Jack pro-  nnuoil (net **t(*bt nml T told bim I'd en-  Bwer by mall."  Aro you related to Harney O'Hrlew?"  Tltatnao O'llrlen rat* onec asked.  "Very   -ilntantly,"  replied Thomnw,  "I wnn my mother's (list child���������Bar-  fw.v   ii^n   t>,f   ���������ilHntnf'nM* "  The old net had hatched out a brood  of duckling*, nnd lis they took to the  water, tdie fiaid, "My, my, how each  new generation progroasoB.    mmm       ,   , ���������   '*. .."m       , ,  1       t *  The  OH of ths   Pfrtpl*.���������Many nlli  ibavecome and gone, hut Dr. Tliynias'  r.hililc nil ponllnueB to wnlntaln iti  !j.Oi-,iti(i.i and   Inerepiwii   tin uphere ol  .usr>fiiinf������������ tacU   year,     IU sterling  n'^lilf.. hav# *������"o������gnt I* io tbe front  and kf-pf u ihrre. nnd it ran inilv hu  raited the oil of   tho people.    Thou-  kiimll have henefltfd by It and v.ould  JIlnard'B. Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear olrH.���������Your MINAIlLVti LINI*  WHNT is our remedy for eon throat,  cclds mid ull ordinary nllmrntB.  it never falls to relieve and cure  promptly.  .,,. .HAm.KS WIIOOTBN.  r6Vt MulgMvo.  Plainly He^rd.  Tlio Bearded' Ludv���������Woro ' you  scared nt. .hat earthquake flhock?"  Tlio Living- Skeleton���������I waB badly  rattled.  Familiar Nolle,  ceo ns Jim 'sot toil years'  teallug tbat"omV  n������ right, too. Why didn't.'o  buy tho 'oiis r,nd not pay for 'Im liho  any other gentleman?'' ��������� London  Sketch.  "Did yo  penal for  Soi'vo  Kan,������n Vown'i Busy Front.  Slnini'ei'H!>.7ho vlHlt In Allhoi.o go  way with Iho Impression th-A it |r  I.tho biislt'Ht placo in the west.     Tho  j Commercial Club owns nn old nwltcih  eiiu'lno und threo box curs., When It  lis .oces.ary to ImproHH n vlKito', tho  !:/^eitng comniutee 'liken him to tho  1 Union  Pacific notol nnd    then    tlio  (switch' cngluo mid irni'H an Ctartod.  !T'o*������y run back n.ul forth lu front oj  tho hotel'.111 fie stronger ������Hh up end  <nke������ nollco .'if the traffic nihil.���������Unl-  verslty Karnnii.  ftome  fnvnrlto roiih nro beginning  to wonder whose fnvoritea they *uo.  CLtAN   HANDS  P'ltt'na It to work.  When Iho irnln sloppod nt tho littlo southern (.tntlon ho northoni iour-  l������t ������m������nterei1 nut on n tvlntform. snvi*  the ilonsokeoper. Under a scrub oak  Moud i>. i������..iii iUidiirti wfiU'i ���������u������*,t,h  lilslh'H. The tourist wis liilorotitad.  "What do you eall that?" ho Inquired  of a lanky nntlvo,  "nnzorbnek hawg."  "Well, what i������ ho doing rubbing  iiB'ilim thin treuT'  "He'u stropping himself, mister, Jos!  itropplng himself."  I'/eu noom to think that If they  could earn tholr own fortune It would  bo more worthy to getsoraobody else'i  awny frorr) him,.  aud laid lu strict cmliilcnce.  tit., i������.:.,.| .������,,.!( lack, with a fading|U������������ in> o(h������r yrt-paiHtlon.  .6o*Vjrr.  IVn'i l*\ tl ������r.i li i:\ ������M. wllh I ������k������_t> ImlUlli ������  ���������N*l* I' l������������i'Mlfll.Ni!,������rA II^HT 1HJ.O  tl IJVik.    Will ������__.���������,������ *Tf������������������t������.l������t*l<������*  *J*'.k'.VH  "What did her father say when you  asked for her hand?"  "Said tio'd been wondering what I  had keen handing htm f.'**o-fora-quar-  ter clirarB for eo regularly of late."--  n-'trolt Fren fresi  Strategy^  by   are   you writing  mat  envtlope?"  "And T  ������on_r on  ���������'I want tho man'������ wlfo to rend  leUciv'���������CleK'Jafii) l*5aJn Healer,  'pfir-  the  Apropooo of ������ DMiutmu.young wlfo,  worth 140,000,000, who hud just dl*  vorccd her penullefio husbaud In order  to innrry again,' Henry B, Dlxey, tho  comedian, said at a dinner in Now,  York!  "The young man who marries for  money im*, uaua iuv/ CiAj a llinn a! U.  Ills rich wlfo Is likely to tiro of htm  nnd throw him out in a fow yoars, or  elio Bho Is likely to limit hifl allow*  nnco to 25 or GO cents a day.  " 'I married money,' a man   onco  Wi������  Ul Jilt*.  " 'Wasn't thero ft woman attached  to Itr I asked.  "'Yoa, you hot thoro wns," ho exploded. 'Ho much attached to It that  who nover parted with a penny,*"  C tr% E. Vw * ��������� /.  toiXIE^ffACCtf  W. M, U. U7 t.'>'\&'��
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my hands'the disoaw appeared iu
sore patulies, the burning and ilohlug
of which drove roe many timos to
spelts of wooping." I wont to the dispensary, but they referred me to a
akin specialUt, who said that mine
was as bad a case of oc_oma as he had
noon. He gavo 1110 some eiutment,
and'thon a second lot, but noither
ga"o mo any mliof.
> "I was in �� veiy l>ad condition -Then Zun-
Buk wm InKmlucod, but I eoon found out
that It wu�� different trom ��ll Ihe otUer feme-
'.dies. I porsoverci*. with lliu Zam-Uiik treat-
nisnt, and oauh hor. did mo mors'nnd mora
"'Rood, 'i'lie Irrltftllcti and 1 martins soon din*
_pp._ri)d, tli.n tlio ���.oren began �� Mil, <r��h
��� hsaltliv skin (_rew 01 or tbo parts which had
liosn sore, and I am now quits freelroinell
traeei ot oeaoma, botlt on heed and hands,
' Mr hair Iim also been aaviid."
Zulu llu'c l�� nlto 11 Hire i*iir�� for pll''*>, ���nipMnni,
Wno'l tKiUri. cuts, burin ami all i';)!! Inlurl����. we.
���Ml 4niiiBl��l�� wntt et��i<��. or Z��m-Biik 0��., ToMBW,
(or pr'.co.  U^fiua lubiiltiitM.  .
Not Boasting."
An Irishman ami German were sit
tln_ on a pier Ashing. ��� Neither gave
the other any coucorn. ,J_J.ne_ Irish-
maifsmolied away lihlloso'phically at"
his clay, wl.lle tho 0*rman seemed an-
sorlied in thought,- or. was silently expecting a bite.  '
' Suddenly the German fell Into the
water. Tho splash recalled the Irishman from tlio preoccupation. That
was all it did, however, . He never
made a move to offer aid to the man
striigglinR In tho water.
."I can't swim said the German, as
he camo up.     ��   .
"I can't swim," he shouted louder,
as he came to the surface for the second time. * w
As ho was about to disappear for
Iho third time, the German cried
"I can't swim!"
"It's a mighty funny time lo boast
nbout It," replied ths smoker of the
clay, .
Poor Old Mother,
In the correspondence .column of a
contemporary therexrecently��� appeared
a question by a son-ln-law.'wlth .whom
his wife's mother1 had been-llviug as
to whether other members ot thefim-
ily (three hoiis) who -were said to bo
able though unwilling, could bo compelled to bear a portion of the exponso
of the mother's rnalntenancco.    She
had been living with one of the sons,
"and tho brother-in-law had been asked
if she could be boarded in h>3 house bo
that the daughter'might look after her
This was agreed to, but tho board money was not paid, and after eighteen
months of'squabbling the question was
asked.   The answer was diplomatic,
namely, that the matter    was    one
which required most judicious handling, and that a solicitor Bhould bo consulted.   Had tho person In chargo of
tho question column known of tho Can-
r.dnan Government Annuities System,
tho wisest thing he could have dono
would hnvo boon to recommend tho
purchase of a Government Annuity.
At  her age  (75)  an annuity of $'.100
(75 dollars every throe months) payable as long as she might live, could
havo been purchased lor $11)02. Tho
mother could then have lived happily
with her daughter for the remainder
have regarded the mother's presence
in the home, a boou rather than a
burden,   and  tho  family   ties  would
hnvo     remained     unbroken.        But
best of all, tho    comfort    and    happiness of tho dear old mother, who
,had   nursed  them  in their  infancy,
'had, perhaps, spent many a sleepless
night  in   anxious attendance     upon
I hem whom tho  "Dread  Messenger"
was hovering near, ready   to snatch
them away from her,, and who had
guided  their young footsteps in the
straight and  narrow * path���priceless
services���would hen have been assured for air time.   Happily in Canada
cases of this kind are few, and - thoy
will be still fewer in the years to come
if the boys and girls of today    can
only be induced to pay into the Annuities System a few cents each week.
For example, a'young man of 20 by
paying in 50 cents a week until he  is
CO may purchase an Annuity of $352,-
76;  and a young woman starting at
same age, and paying a like amount
for the same period, could secure an
Annuity of $311.72, which, owing    to
her longevity being superior, is somewhat less, than he would receive, rife
age of 60 to a young man or woma \ of
20 may seem a long way off; but. it
may interest them "to know that, according to mortality expo-ienacv    <>?
jii.OOO of eithev sex starting at 20 considerably moro than 50 per'cent, will-
b still living even at 65-    There-Is
more th. n an even -chance that you
p!U be cne'of tbe 5,000.
Information as to tho cost.01! an
n"ii.iily at aiiy kc maybe secured on
.application to the postmns-.c, or *.d,
tawa, to whom your letter may be sent
without postage.   .
���- Putting It to work.
When U10 train "stopped at the-' little southern statloii tho northern, toiir^
1st sauntered out on a platform,' says
the Housekeeper. Under a scrub oak
stood a lean animal with scraggly
bristles. , Tho tourist was interested.
"What do you call, that?" ho inquired
of a lanky, native.    , ^     '
���'Ra/.orback hawg."       ���   ���
', "Well, what-  is ho   doing   rubbing
against th'at tree?"   ���?,'���'
"He's stropping himself, mister, jest
stropping himself."
An Inducement to try,
"Did you say the" fishing around here
was Interesting?"
"Yep.   Tho feller ���Hint catches one
fish breaks the record.
"Don't you think this hat makes me
look ten years younger?"
"Vos,. and' so does my husband."
. "How charming! What did ho say?"
"Ho remarked last night that when
you took off your hut you looked ten
years older."   ���
Raw, Damp Weather Starts the Pain,
but the Trouble Lies In the Blood.
"A multl-mlllionare in a fash'ionaol?
restaurant,"  she said,  "pointed to a
line on the menu and said to the waiter:
"I'll have som.3 of that, please,"
" I'm sorry, sir,' the waiter-answered
'but tho band Is playing that."
"O Tapa," she said, with a blush,
������young Mr.. Chestnut who owns so
many coal mlnoH iu tho Midlands, is
coming again this ovontng and he
wants to seo you on boiuc Important
business." .. ,
���"All right, my dear,' responded the
old man, chucking her playfully under
the chin. "I know what the young
inanrwautH." ...������������      ���
That, evening Mr,: Chestnut camo to
Uia point al. once..
"Mr.' Hendricks," he said boldly, "I
want to ask you,If you have laid In it
Btock of coal?"���London Ideas,
Some Noise.
���p00t_"Dld you ever hear the heavy
artillery of the skies boom aud thunder and roar with terrifying power?"
Farmor--"Naw, I went to a suffragist mooting once"���Philadelphia Record.
Spring weather Is bad for r_ieuina>
tic sufferers. The changes from
mild >to cold, the raw,; damp winds
start the aches aud twinges, or. in tho
more extremp cases, tho torttiers bf
the trouble going.1 Hut it must be
homo in mlud thnt.it is not tho weather that causes rheumatism. The
trouble is ' rooted in the blood���tho
changeable weather 'merely starts
the pains. The only way to reach
tho trouble and to cure it is through
tho blood. Tho poisonous rheumatic acids must bo driven out. , Liniments and rubbing may give.temporary relief, but cannot possibly cure'
the trouble. ��� The" sufferer is only
wasting time- and money with this
kind of treatment and all the lime the
trouble is becoming, moro deeply root,
ed���harder to cure. There is jus!
one speedy cure for rheumatism���Dr.
.Williams' Pink Pills. Thoy act dtr-.
ectly on the impure, acid-tainted,
blood. They purify aud- strengthen
it and thus" root out th:; cause of the
rheumatism. Here is strong��� proof of
the above statements?. Mrsltobt.
Lnffman, Midland, Ont,, says; 1'About
three years' ago my grandson, Robert
Luff man, was attacked with "inflammatory rheumatism. " He became so
bad,he could only walk when someone
helped him about. One arm he hail
���to carry in a sling, and we felt sure
he-would-be-a-crlpple-for-llfc: The.
trouble also affected' his heart. The
doctor said his blood was turning to
water and' we had little hope for "his
recovery, The medicine tho doctor
���gave him did not do more than, soothe
the pain a littlo, then he would be .as
bad as over. Ou a former occasion
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills had cured my
daughter of rheumatism, aud wo final-
)v decided to try them in Robert's
case. After tho use of three or four
boxes there was a slight improvement
and he continued taking the Pills until ho hud used 12 boxes when tho
trouble had completely disappeared,
and he has not been affected -.vlth It
' Sold by all medicine dealers or by
wall at '50 cents a box or six boxes
for $2.50.. from the Dr, Williams
Medicino Co,, llrockvllle, Ont.
B. O.VBtg Game.
v With the exception ol antelope and
nrosk-oxrBritish Columbia has every
species 0! big* game that exists on
1\\9 continent, even the rarest ot them
boing found tn fair quantities. In
addition,' there are wild fowl and
gnrno birds of various species,, some
native and others acclimatized, that
furnish'sport;,'while tho waters afford the finest trout and salmon fishing in the .world. It is probable that
there are more moo.e to tho square
mile in the Canadian Rookies than
in any other part ot tho continent,
and every year, their numbers seem
to increase. So far, tho' country has
never boon hunted except hy a few
prospectors. Whether tha horns attain the largo size of the Gassier
mooso has yet to bo determined, but
Romo very ilno heads havo��beon seen.
In this district, cariboo are very
plentiful on tho higher plateau, and
in places both gmsly and bluck boar
are numerous.
A Profitabja Deal.
Twenty' years ago" Dr. Coleridge of
Ingorsoll'gave a gold wntch, an inexpensive' one at thnt, for 1,600 feet
of land'on Soudnn avenue, Toronto.
The owner got (Trod 'carrying them
and' was quit, willing to take $25 for
tlio bunch, but as the dr dor's watch
was just what ho wanted, the doctor
.got tho lots.
Recontly Dr. Coleridge, sold the property for $11 a font, or nearly $13,000.
And the man who bought them, u
local, operator, has had n half dozen
chances '.0 sell them agatu at $15 u
���' ' L,
Toucher���"Who can glvean example
of heroism?"
.Willie Wallup���"I can, teacher. At
noon Tommy Sours said you was the
meanest teacher'we over had, and ho
wouldn't take It back, so I licked him,
He stoofl up for what ho thought- was
right; that was heroism.'
Mlnard's Liniment,  the   Lumberman's
Friend, .-���       .   *
Sir James' Humor.
A well-known newspaper man who
writes thn political lenders for a Hay
utroet daily- in Toronto (ells the following story on himself:
Tho editorial writer has a familiar
surname of the same class as Brown,
lint he has enough given names to
till 11 small clothes line. During the
Inst provincial -elections ho' had occasion lo call up Sir James Whjtney
over the''phono. Sir James is celebrated for his blunt, brusque manner
cf sp.nch, und in the' conversation
which follows ho was true to his reputation.
"This is Brown speaking," the cdi-
loiial writer began���"Brown, Sir
Jumi-s.-Mr. H.>D, Y". I\ Brown, flrowu.
i,f The  ." ���
���'What's thnt, what's that?" in-
quired the Premier, in rapid, sharp,
brusquo tones."
"This is Brown, editorial writer ot
.The ���-. Mr? IT. D. Y. P. Brown, e'dk
.toriiil writer���you know���H. I)."Y_. P."
llrown", of The -f-'-.vyou know,"'the
newspaper man explained repeatedly
and slowly.
, "Brown,     n-a-a-hem���Brown,  ,. you
say���let. me ��� see, Brown., ediloriaV-
"Suppose coal is six dollars a ton
arid you gavo,your dealer thirty dollars, how many tons would ho send
you?" " ' "' ��� .
"Oh, that's wrong."
"I know it's wrong, but that is what
ho did."���Life    ���-������,...
Ask for Mlnard's and take no.other.
Very many persona, die annually
roni cholera .and kindred summer
omplalnts, who might nave bpen sav-
d if proper remedies had been used.
If attacked, do not delay in getting a
bottle of Dr. .1. D. K.Hogg's Dysentery
Cordial, the medicine that never fails
to elfect a cure. Those who have
used it say it aqts promptly, and thoroughly-subdues the pain and disease.
Beating Speaker.
Col. Henry It. Smith, Bnrgeant-at-
Arms of tho Dominion Piu'liainent
since 1872, has somo good stories to
toll concerning U��o expedients em-
plovod by members of the House of
Commons to question tho truthful-
nnSs of other honorable members
without being culled upon by the
Speaker to retract,,, ,;.
A Westerner once called a k'JloM'.
member a liar in iho Housb,, and
when .urged to ratrnct remarked that
he would withdraw the expression
but-of --rfigpeet to the Speaker, but
added that lie would cortainly ; call
tho number a liar outside tho precincts ot tho chumber. But in most
cases attacks 'on., veracity are more
cleverly clothed.iiv,.verbiage.
The moat nrtUtlo effort in this
dirielioii recalled by Col, Siriilli wns
Unit or a wit who, after listening to a
speech from the benches opposite,
j-fiidj "The statement* of tho honor-
able member ju��t seated force nio'to
"Hear you have a flue baby at your
hOUBO?"   '
"Yep, bouncing boy,"
!'Whom does he look like?"
"Woll, wo haven't quite decided as
yet.   To tell tho truth, none ol' our
relatives has very iiiuiih coin,"���Washington Herald.
Mr.^A���"A more deserving medical
man than our /friend Richard does not
exist. He very frequently accepts ho
fees from his patients." ���
Mr. B,-t"You don't say ho?"
Mr. A.���"Ho generally setllos with
tho heir-,"���Tit Bits.     . "
11 '     ���   - a
The United Kingdom, ,tho. United
States, and Germany account for about
80 per cent, ot tho world's output of
pig iron,
Belgium Is the most densely populated nation In .tho world, wllh an
average of tiliG Inhabitants to the
squaro mile
Germany 1ms the   world's   lurgosl.
......   .,,   _ ,, ,    ,   , ,.    , .   .loom, In which felt disks for   paper
the conclusion tliat It ho had lived   11   ,n,jjH ������ t0 233 feet In circumference
.1 I *   CV. ....I.I ,n    III,11    llillu    lUlMllll .       ' 	
una. 0. a. euM��Y and ould
Uses Vnly Cuticura
JO . ' . m .     Jr..'*..    ##.,-���.*, *%    wj ******%
ouujj fui i ttfifff .dJHvy
*   *'I haw alwnyn iw��d Cutleiira
Soap and no other for my Imby. ami
0 lina nover had ��now of any kind.
Ho dow not oven ���rhafa ns most batik* Un, 1 fee) that It Is all owing
to Ciitloura Hoar* for ho li flno and
lioaiui.v, w*vi wiivii iit��! _!,-���;��..> ��w
won a prU* h> ft bnby contest. It
���makes my heart ache to go Into so
manv hoimvi and seo a sweet faced
baby with tho vholo top of IN head
it solid maw�� of scurf, earned by thu
iiiw of poor soap. I always recommend OuMonra, ami nini times out
of Ion Ihpnnxt Mmo I sen thn mother
ahouaya ' Oh 11 m\m u\m\ you tola
ma ut Cutle.ira.; '��� (Bgm*d) Mr*.
C!. A, Sell'j', Rwloado Uiwh, f'nlif.
AWoiuh eujflMi mp U wM lu* any
��UM tnd fatten t\trrw\\vrt, �� po��l*l to
"t_ti.il**," it.pt. :v, rv)*t.m, v.h \. win
w��ur�� i�� llbml M'.iUH*. *��n�� ���>��������. *>*'���> "a
tk4 cr* at *~_a ��t^J�� "^ u��1'-
the days of Snpphlra that lady' would
luive preferred lilm to Annnlus as it
mm MtHMMMBMVWI ���>���! i-lll "I  - !���    I1" HI ���*
Honor for Glae�� Bay.
Tho people of Glaoo Hay, N.S., ar��
happy, for that, placo is to bo very
much In the limelight In the coming
summer. Tho Slonne aeroplane is to
>lurt from thoro In August on Hm at.
tflmpt to cross tho Atlantic. That In
itself i�� enough to give prominence in
tho nowH columns of a whole country's
papers, but Hlaco Hay is to hnvo thn
additional honor ot having tho Duke
of Conitiiiight iuid Premier Harriott
there hx oflleial BlHitors for tlio aeroplane.
-    Mtn't Horn*.Hor Calgary,
. A iiwMropuiV tu uire for tint. (hoiiA-
audi of hoiin.k'jiri und sometimes work*
less men in Calgary, will bf erected
by the Hnlvntloii Army.
can bo woven.
yes, yes,"said Sir .lames.   "I suppose
vou use all your other names to D1S-
INl'l'lCT   tho   Brown,   eh?"���Toronto
Star. Weekly.   -
....         ,
Harvesting In April.
' A'news item that is .unusual evon
lor  this  big country  of  varied  oli-'
mate aud lines of work was sont out
(rom,High River, Alta., early in April.
It ran as follows:
Threshing is again under way. in
the High River district, although
progress so far is not very satisfactory owing to the fields being too soft
to' move the heavy threshing outfits,
The general, opinion-is that grain h'aa
wintered, hotter than expected., '
The unusual spectacle ot harvesting
a- crop in April is seen in this district, where several farmers aro'mw
enga(.ed.in cutting oats. Tho graiii U
coming out in fairly good shnpe. Tho
ams'll acreage ready for spring crops
la .resulting in'ninny power plowing,
outfits being bought,' several boing
recently unloaded here,
A Manitoba Pioneer,
Jonathan Ilenney died suddenly
recently In a Winnipeg hospital after
undergoing an operation for '.intestinal
trouble.' Mr; Uenney, who wits 71
years1 of ago, enmiv to Manitoba from
tho neighborhood of Hinmptoii. Out,,
nearly 'SA yenr-v ago, and settled in
Meadow T.en, where 'he' farmed for
almost 2�� years, later moving to
Tho Happy State.
A young lady living In Atlanta visited the home of her llanco in New
Orlouns, On her return'homo an old
"mammy," long In the service of the
family and consequently privileged to
put the question, iiHkcd:
"Honey, when Is you golii' to git
Tho engagement not having boon
announced, the Atlanta girl replied:
"Indeed, 1 can't, say, auiille, Porhuim
1 ohall bo niarrlod next CIivIhI man, nnil
Apropos of a beautiful young wife*
worth $40,000,000, who hail just bivor-'
ced hor penniless husband in order to
marry again, Henry E. Dixey, the
comedian said at a dinner, in New
���,"The young man who marries for
money has lionetoo easy a time of it."
His "rich wife is likely to tire' of ,hun
and throw hiin out in a few years, or
else she is Hkely to limit his allowan._
to 25 or 50 cents a day,
.'. " 'I married money,' a man once said
-torine.  ���_~_ =������u^_._, _-_,
Owen Wis tor; the well-known novelist, was talking in Philadelphia about
a noct whoso works sold poorly.
"Poets uro usually without honor,"
he wild.     "Remember  Wordsworth's,
' "The "roni Word .worta.' .ou Know,
wn'j in tho habit of spodtiit.*, his poetry,
aloud as ho loo,c Iuh lono'v walks.
Thus ho polished and ehibor.ited hl_
linos. Thus too, he ,1.01,the reputation
among the Itydul l-lake" folks' of being
a bit daft.        '   ���
" 'Well,. John, what's the news?"
Hartley Coleridge' once asked an old
sU>nebrc;.ker,by.lhe lake shore.
." 'Why, "riowt*verra particklcr,' tho
stonebreakor replied; only old Wordsworth 'broken looso agin,' "
There aro but two ways for moisture to come out of the earth.' One
is through plant 'life, and the other
by'evaporation. If wo allow a hard
crust, to form it will cause thi�� evaporation; but. when we place this soil
mulch on tho earth, it.forms a projection to the moisture beneath. When
n arln comos you. want to v > over it
and remulch.the soil; and ihus set tho
trap for the next. As soon os you
catch one rain, set your trap for tho
next. Destroy' u'.iat would form a
crust and allow the escape of tho
moisture- already in tlie ground.
" 'Wasn't there a woman attached to
it?" --,
" 'Yes, yon bet thei*e was,' he .exploded. ''So much attached to it. that
she never parted with a penny.' "
"Don't you think it is dastardly to
send a man an infernal machine?"
asked Jones, while motoring with
Brown. "Oh, I don't know," replied
Brown as the machine gave a dying
groan, half way up tho hill. "IC I had
an enemy, I'd send'hint'this one."���
, "Young gentlemen," said an 'earnest
speaker, addressing a company of college, students, "If you have a spark of
genius' In you, water It."
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"Can you give "any evidence In re
gard to thecharacter of tho deceased?'
said the judge.    "Yes", my lord," re- ,
piled tho  witness.    Ho  waft  a  man''
without blame, beloved  and- respected by all mon, pure in all his thoughts,
nnil " "Whore did you learn. I hat?"
"I copied it from his tombstone, my
A,lady very fond of cats and a man
devoted to dogs, fell Into a controversy over tho merits of these iiiiiiuai��,
lit .tho nildst of it the lady said.
"So you really think that dogs sometimes possess more Intelligence than
their mantel's?"
��� "Certainly, I've got ono myself that
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"Thoro Is a great deal ninro rollho-
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"Yea,"' replied the spoiling ,1111111
"hut every now and then, sum. pugilist livonks looso and talks "about 'alug
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replied the pliyslchin; otherwise t can-
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i-r'y Kyi>M nml (Iranulairri UyelliU.   Illuit*
Ul   JWicimo.     -wny in ini* groai   .-���   m11,,umH 1 ui,a|| m.VOr marry."
aurora horealls doen your wife makeI ,hyh-fi5*^^^
Biieh a fiiHfl?
Friend, ''She complains because 1
won't give hor anything to wear but
BoalHkln and silver fox."
'Imi yo seo jiu .Inn gin leu yearn
penal lor stealing thnt "oss?"
"Servo Mm right, too. Why didn't *o
buy the 'o��s and not pay for 'Im like
any other gent Ionian?" ��� London
"What did her fathfi* nny when you
asked for her hand?"
"I.ttld he'd iii'uu woudiU'liig v.h.tl  I I
had been luiiidiiig lilm two for-ii-quar-
ter fclfiars for so rt'gulurly of Inle."���-
Detroit Free Press.
W. N. U. 80?
T!*��*rp are H titwnu In the United
Kingdom���Including London as one
district which have a population exceeding 60,<WO.
Used in Canada for
over half a century
���used in every corner
of the world whero
|rf t* W j** m *��� w *-*��-'.-, * '~  -   ���>���    ������
ConiUpaiiuit and lU
resulting troubleu���
Dr. Morse's
Root Pills,
itand higher in public
estimation than any
others, and their ever-
increasing sales prove
their merit Physicians
prescribe them.       *
25c. a box.
dat ft,"pity, now!" alio ejaculated;
Hum Rho added, coimollngly, "Buy do
nny dat old maids Ih da happiest critters dey is onco cloy quit stnig*
gl!u\"   ��� _________
"C'onsralnlntlonH, old mail."
"For what?"
"I see you have' at last acquired an
"No.'T'havoiVt, I go! "11 dirtied up
this way putting a n��-\v ribbon.on my
lypowrltlng mnehliic"
MolhM* -- .Tohnnv, you nnld you'd
been to Hunrtay school,
Johnny (with fa- away look)���Yob,
Mothor���lTow docs 11 happen that
your bandit muell of fish?
To'i'l'iv --1 r">rvl(v| Iiaiih, Oi,. tSimiliv
school paper, an' tlio outside 'page is
all about .Tonahint' tho whalw.
"Algoriioii, nm I the llr-tt womnn you
hnvo over loved?"
���"Not oxnetly, I wan In love with my
lonelier nt ton nnd with a rdrcim rider
at twelve. Hut you are tho fli-Ht girl
l luive ever asked to. ninrry iho, my
dour."���-Washington llornhl.
A report Rays more ncfors go Inlo
Ijiinliruptcy than do n'mniliera of any
oilier profnsHlon Well, |,ir>'- how
oflon they gvit married,
Try Murine Eve Itvtiiea.Y. No Snuirtlntf���Feelt
.'III!*-   '  - ���
IruKMl Uouk In riu'li I'ltukavn, M111I110 U
ompiiiinilnfl lir iiiir Ociillsu-tmi ��. "I'ment Mml.
jilrni"���but tuflil In uicai-Mfui I'li^lnlani' l'r_o��
ten for ronnr joniH. Now ilHillmuiit 10 t(*���* I'utH
Id suit ��nlil Ur UruuulHi > tt. v*i ina Wu jmr llottle,
Kurlnt KfU Bitra in Ain|iilo Tiibiii _*<e arnt U��.
Murine Eye Remedy Co,, Ohloago
A Cure for Rheumatism.���*A painful
nnd perHliilent form of rhmiiuntlKm Ih
caused by irnpiirttlfii In thn blood, the
result of defective notion of Iho liver
oml| kidneys, Tito blood hpcomeu
minted by   the    Introiluc'lon of uric
Prom tho Pnoe, Amu ��nd Neck Told frae
Huclety womnn and nutrcHNftit oil ovor
lluropo nn* strnnRly InAorrlttK n mv
inarvHIottn illncovery of how to twmou
Mipi-rfluotio Imlr from ih* fiicu, arinn umt
rieolt. Thin now rtlmiovory U row for thn
ftr��t tlmo Inlrndttcod Into CunadA. Anv
**omnn nmioted vrllh thn trowth of imp-
*rfluouii Imlr.oun obtain tlm Informotlan
ftro of oharfe, Rend vou nutim nnd *3��
flioum tOKcdier with a 2 rent nt.ntp tc
Weditmo Ii'nynrd, Room 86, Htobert Dloclo
*/Mt��*),Wi��M,ow'> AontiitNa hVRHr I11.1 Utn
.��d for over SIXTV YWAHUby MII,I,I0NH of
MO'i'MKua ��*)r .their ��.tin,fmj.N wiiuu
ir\ni\hi\m ��(.,. i*mf ft   r.wWtiVillli- C.tmu
nnd their nxe-ln Blrongly ri-eommeinl
oil, A trial of them will convince
rinyono of their value.
IVr.fn for twwpy Cor nur ertftrln! to
prdor tailoring for your town,   Thera
U money In It,   John Dawion, Ltd,
Horrid Man,
MIhh Port���The way that, uum looked at mo wan positively liiHiiHIng.
MIhh !��lke--T)ld ho stnro nt you?
MIhh 1'ort -No, lie gavo me on:
glaneo, then looked at Homethlng eltty.
Ht. houlH Ulohc-lh'iiiiK'ntl.
Leuve Memory Behind,
A reh il ont   fonl'liimiaHtleallyi���Wlirr,
you gel into th���� 1 tw lnnue you wont
knot*.' youruolt.M*
Mrs. Newrlch--Kxcuai* me, It will bo
filter piropl. wu d'.n't know.���Homon
Hit Reason,
"Johnny, why don't you try to RtnnilI j chuMhl*..,"Toronto
at. llim hend of your iiIhhm. lusteud of   v"ur" f ,<?
nlwnyM being at ihe foot?"
"ShuekBl By Hinndlng at ihe foot ul
tlio clnrtB I enn noe out of tho window,
!ift."-lllrmluf_tint'i A.t..*-Roeord.
"Tho iIootufH hnvo llnnlly decided
what ntuHed Hntilh'H Htn*��i-��."
"Ilnd n eoiiBUliation, eh?"
"No, an autopsy."--Judjjrt.
Kite���"Yon arc al��a'y�� Itilklng about
making nifuiey In Iliorattirc -��� why
don't you do gomelt,.lnj.y#
|li�����"I did. I p.iwni\t my typewriter
I for $15.-8b11m.   .,. ���
vato dlienBes and drink habit.
Write fir Queen Knst. Toronto.
Old Bnr-t. LumM
ri-movfrt tndhtal*
r d by �� ��linpl��
Ilome Traateatttt
Dnicrlbt t*i�� irtuble, we will $tU
(mjoV ��n4����itlmeitl��l��'-������*���      ���- ��
10 Ct-ureVill A-*-T��r.��t��. ��*
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______i__i TOO    %,'  &m  ���������'.liu..-  tMHflM  ���������P.  WJWftl1 V JI'^J-W*   ^HT,,������*  mt sews, ct^spAto. bhitibh eot^ste*.  2S������������5_S3_2S?r-.3Sap  Tlie GuiniBitai Hews  j'-u-d  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  " .This paper' wjll not hold itself  rt-spousible for the opinions of others, as nifty appear in its ooliumw  ^I'otn time to time.  I fore ihe 15rh day of June 1912.  W. W. WILLARD,  Official administrator  Cumberland. B. C.  npliptomarl  'WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. 1912,  'twii*.>������^^^i-������������MM*wri<������i������������.w*^>y^������jiy ne y f ****r+y+*<**t0r*^t>i*~***^r*>i**>**  TAKK NOTICE that 8U days af  tf,r d.t'i* I intend to npply to the  Chi*. Comtuis-ionor of Lnmls for a  ) ci'tt elo pior'jK'ct for oouljind pe  U'.il't 1111 -on .ind under Ihe follow*  '.i'la1 ���������,!*.' ciilitsl land, MUMvted 111 tho  y������.iititl'x Di.tii.i,  0 )<i.i>t4n-ii<f������ nt a pcwt marked  1 oath Wv at ooruer of eluini No. 1,  '')i >co-1 >tlu,utj20 chains ivo.t from  'tiiti snath emt corner of section 82  "l)'i-.ii u������ I-d.ind, riimiinjf eaat 80  elniiH, rot-ili 80 chauip,'w������et 80  'iii inn, tlieiu-v south 80 chainn to  j> hit t.i cnviqienceraent.  llUGlt-flxBWAHT  Pitted June 3rd, 1012  S A Y W A R D LAND  DISTRICT  District of.Skyward, Range.'];",  TAKE NOTICE that I, Elir swia  Hntiikp, hy my agent, George Verifier, of Campbell River, Y. 1. occu  pation married woman, intends to  i^ppiy for pern.isaion to  purehafc  iho fol'owirig defci ibed land.--":���������_-���������  Coininenc.ng nt a post planted  iii'itr the N.E. corner of lot 851  thence fouih 10 chiiins (ter,)theme  east 10 champ (tenJ more or loss to  lie point of touinieneement cou  mining' 20 acres (twenty)   moio or  ���������/'..KMNBEIA HANNAH  Name of Applicant  Date M������n$x 20lh, 1012.  Snyward Land District  pi strict oF Cost  Take notice that Isabel Mclyen  ny. of Vancouver, B., C-  oecupii-  tion spinster, intends to apply for  jpormist-ion U> purchase the follow  [ing described fnn^s:���������  Commencing at a post planted  one mile ej������Ptof tho sonth-woRt  comer of Jot 550, thenou west 80  chains, thonco'������������������south 40 chain?,  thence, enst   B0   chains,   thonei  " ' Form Of Notice.  -    .Notice'"is iioreby given' t,hat   30  dns after duto'l-intend to " ������i'I>ly .  Y.'.liH  Honourable   Minuter   of ������orth 40 elmuis tp %>m\& eom"  .1 ,- _.    'inouccinunt, containing ������40 acres,  l.muls for a license to prospect for L^. pr ,efiH    .. ft      _  1    ,      ������.__.._:������������������ ..���������i���������. ������i.r. 1 1 '  Isabel'MoKenny,        .  JNiune of Applicant in full  Ivobort Henry Cl.iestnntV Agent  D.to March 12th, 1������12.  <���������.>:*, I and petroleum linger the fore  'shore and wider the water on the  -hn.d. in and opposite the following described lands situate in Ru-  '������������������Vert District --Commencing at  a  V st   pl������ntfed: on the sou leach   at  liij;h water in ark at the  intersec-  riuli of Sections H and J5,'Town  Viip 2. Port McNeil,'Rupert' Dis-  Srie';  tliepce nortli   fifty-live, 55  '���������'-.hains riiord or less ib high water  'mark on'tiic  110'rlh  side of   Port  'McNeil   Ilarbor; thenCe ' easterly  ?\lo:ig tho shore- line to   ihter'soc-  ii-m of Sections 33 and 3-i, T������������wiw  V.iii) 2; tlience'solith^r'ly;08.chniiia  Sayward Land District  ������ District of Coast  Take notice that liegitiaid Wn  ters, of Vancouver, 1>. C.. occupation, engineer, intends   to   apply  for permission to purchase the following de.ciibed lands:���������  "Commencing at a post planted  Dmile cast of tho south west cor  ner of  lot 550,   thence ot st   80  chains, south 4() chains,  '''est 80  chains, north  40 chains tu  point  ojE eonimencon.oiit containing 320  "more ur less to high* wafer   mark  \>n siiut'h side of said Port McNeil]  "l-arbin-;    thonco   westerly   along  shore line to place of commence*  ������������������iiiont.' 'RcilandA. LAtiib'���������������������������'.  1 Franci. T. Tor^iffe. Agent  Dated this 8th day of April 11)12  aerea.:more ojfless.  I<egiiiald Waters,  Name of| Applicant.in. full  Robert Henry Chestnut," Agent  Date March 12th, 1\)U,        V  Form Ot Notice.  Notice is hereby given that   80  cViyf, 'ifler date T intend to   apply  tu" the Honourable   Mini������fer   of  "Ivaiuls for a license to prospect for  lo'il and petroleum under the fore  >liin'c iiiul under the water on the  lands in   aud opposite the following,described lauds: situate in Ru  "':port District:- Commencing nt a  post  planted on tho sea beach at  jiigh water mark at  the intersection ol' Sections 12 nnd 18, Town-  tliip2, Port'McNeill, Rupert Dis  'trict, thence north 80 chains, 80,  lhencu west ton chain*, 10.  more  or loss to high   water   mark   on  'Ledgo   Point;    thonco   wcfttorly  ulong shoro line to inter.ucti^u8 of  Sections 28 and 24, Township  2;  the 1100 southorlv sixty-eightcnains  (IS, limi'o or less  to   high   wator  niark on south flido of- Port Ncill  llnrboi",   thonco    easUtrly  along  shoreline to placo of com monco-  ment.      John S. Kknnhdv.  Krancis M. Tordii*o,Agont  Dated this 8th day of April 1012  Sayward-Land District  District of Coast '  Take notice tliat Frances Gerald Hudson, of Vancouver, D. C.  .occupation guiitlehian, intends to  appvly for permission to purchase  tho following described, lands:--,  Commencing at a post planted  at.tho spnth east corner of lot 547  thonco east 80 chains, thence  south 46 chains to north boundary of lot 550, thonco west along  said boundary, 80 chains, thence  north 4C���������chains.to this post,  prances Gerald Hudson,  Name of Applicant in full  Hobort Henry Chestnut. Agent  Date March 12th, 1012. .  PORT MANN, mainland terminus of the Canadian Northern Railway, is  regarded by those who know, as the  greatest city of opportunity in north America to-day. ��������� It cannot help becoming  one of the very biggest cities in the. west  Property values cannot help going away  up.  '������������������'..      ���������".'���������������������������      ...' ���������- '���������'���������;���������������������������   .���������' ��������� ���������-. ������������������.... ' ' '." ��������� / ' ������������������'.'' ' i  Buy lots there now and you arc in  on the ground floor. Every lot will make  you a small fortune.  Until prices are raised we can offer  you close in lots 33 x t.22. ft. (guaranteed  high, dry and level, or your money back)  fcr $250. Terms $15 down, $10 a month  no interest,  no taxes till 1914.  Other guaranteed , lots for $120; $5  a month. Booklet and full particulars at  this office, from  ���������CHARLES HERAPER  -    GENERAL AGENT  COMOX and COURTENAY*  ii^oT-i'i'Oijp--"  % NOTICK is hereby i;iven llmi ,U tlie  nuxi meciini? of lite Hoinl of License  CnnuiiiHsioneni of tho Ciiy of ('ninhciv  html, 1 int nut to apply for u hotel licenuti  to sell liquor* by retail in nml upon the  nren.i ei known nu the "Kbitf Ooorye"  Hnel siitinteit on lot 9, block 7, Cuinb.  erliintl Towmitt,  VICTOR HONORA  Uatcil this 15th Oily of Mny 191a.  '  mMwamnammn*  . IN THIS SUI'HHMK COURT OK Will  ,\t,\\ o-LUalUIA.  In tJu- uou&j o! .^t'hn Kevin, nloo !n*own  ni "Julti K'tvan," or Kuven, lUatfttflccl, ln-  tta'.n'.e.  ������������������ TAKK NOTICE that by unkr cf His  ilouur JuMtjo llurli.r, loot] jml������o i.f   tbo  Nii*Ji(iH!'J Couit Ot H. V., inltilu ntl tlio .tril j  di/ i<( April IU12, tho UDdurnitxnod wuiiip  yitintud ain;! lidtrntor of tho nfitalo of tho  iibivo lumiiil (louimtuiil, wlin dicil %t H,il.  mon Uivor, B. O, on or about the 10th day  nf Fein-miry 1012, iiUeiUtfl.  , All acomiitU anil otaltn* ugaimt the ���������������������  t .tn nml nil ncmiitHtn nml nlalni>> duo tht<  tiii.U <eU'o uiu t> l>o i>t������nerito't and paid,  tiuap-ctivi'ly, on or iMforO'tbe llUvdny of  luti. lOt'J.       ..        ;   ������ .     ���������'. inl.y 1  W. W. WIM.ARD,  Oilioli-I Adtnibl'itrati.r,  .���������;.-Ui*.KrUn-l. II. 0. '  W-u    , -    , tplOlUJtrl  Sayward Land District  District of Const  ,Tukunoticu tlmtMinnio Korr,  of Viiiicotivor, B. O. otictipation  ������j)iiiBtor, iiitondii to npply for pur-  mi������. ion to ptirulinec tho following  dt'sci'ibud laiulu:���������  tJuiniiioiiciti^ at a post plutiUM  nt tlio ^uuth-oast corner of lot  047, thi'iico wont '10 chalne,thmico  uuutli <tt> cliniiiB, tlionuo Olltat '10  uiiuiiiK along lliu nortl) boiindnry  of lot DDO, tboncit north <|.5 uhainu  to point of uoinmuncumoiit, con-  taining 180 itcj-ori,  Minitio Korr  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry ChcHtnnt, Agent  Pule March 12th. im.  "The Potft Olann People."  837 Hastings Street,West Vancouver, B. C.  __^^^____fe_|____|_|_  __|___M___M___MM__n____M_________________| __���������a__������������������i_ ������������������    '  CUMBBRTyAND  " "��������� ���������"���������"��������� ^Aj* l*V * "" '  JACK _ RICHARDS  Prftpriotom,  YOU SALH-A black team of  ho.AO.*?; a good   general   purpose  team,    Apply Smith Bros,, Sand  wick,   Will null cheap  Form Of Notice,  Notice is hereby given that 30  days after date I intend to apply  to tho Honourable Miniritor of  Lumlu for a llconne to prospect for  coal and petroleum under the  foreahure aud under the water on  the landn in nnd opposite Ihe following doHcrihed lands situated in  Ilu pert District i-Uoniiueiicing at  at a pont plnulod on the non beach  at high water mark at the inter  Kuction of Sectionft H and 15,  TowiiHhip2, Port McNeil, Ru.  pert District*, thonco north fifty-  five, 55 chains more or Ifss to  high water mark on the north  nide of Port McNeil Harbor;  thence following tho sea bench at  high water mark around the head  of harbor to placo of CMumonce  ment. Kkancis M Tokmwk  Dated this 8th day of April 1912 j  Mrn.  Wmtns will give k'MKitns  tin 1 he*piano any,time nt In r mi- j  delict I'X.'ept Tnu������iiuv. ��������� ���������     1  * *> /  NO Z  E  NOTICE is  hereby given  that  after June   18th 191a. wc will  not   be    responsible   for.  any  tlebt������ contracted in our ii;nue.  'WlI.SON & HRAMItRRG  KSQUIMAt/r   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY.  PUBLIC NOTICE> in horoby  Riven that the Efquimalt nnd  Nanaimo Huohvay Compitny did  on tbo nineW'onih tiny of Juminry,  1912, dopoHit in 'he Laud Uouiftry  Office in thn City of Viotoiiu, iu  ihe Province of IVrilifh ColiiHibin.  plnn, protilo nnd bonk of reioronco  nhowiim the lo������nilon of il������ pro  posed lino of railway frntn Blnck  Creek lit Campbell Hi ver,""' Van  emivor Lland, I elng Mile-10 to  Mile 72 3, an approved bv ihe  Hoard of Railway CommiH<.inner*  for, Canada,  DATI5I)    thin   twenty-Bfcond  day of January, 1012, >  \V, K. Bai.himihy,  Swireiary.  Mrs. SI ni ma will give U'sbohb  ou the p'at.o at hor hoiifio in .lor*  UBalem, formerly owned by ^r.  James Stc'vnvt, ������������' ntvl nl'tor  Maieh lth���������n-itjl then in Camp'n?  Ufliial.  . FOR SALK���������Tho South Kast  curner ni Mniypovi A\ .i.v.u u,tu  Second St., with buildingH. Price  8025.00, Apply at this ofllco or  l\ O. Box Oil Vancouver,  T/������������ Orcnt Knnlim Itntwttv.  1 iiiiom nnd InviKoruuMlUo v. Uuh  iiui'votu w'-loin,  luMwa   timi  1 DfbUUu, Menial nml Jtroin Worry. A  jx>������'iirtt(*|/, NfJiial Hcaknfst. Kmiasim*. Him  WiAarrhcm, nml Jtyrrt* nf Ahunaor hiTCHuet,  I'titm II per Imx. Klr.forl."i. <���������������*_ willnlou������u, f ���������>  wllj<ut������.  Bold by all timircUUi nr lutiijitl li.  iiuWif&������������������>;,_ Tho Waoti M������dleMrt Co*  Soyward Land DiBtrict.  Diotriot ot Soyward,  TAKE   NOTICE that  Murray  Gorlay, of   Victoria,   occupation,  broker, inlontU to apply for pnr*  miHHion to purohnvo* tho 'foVlowinp  doporibed JuihIb:������������������  .. Commonoing at a pout phinti-i1  at tbo  N, E. corner of Lot <17fl,  thonco  wo.t 20   ohninu,    ihohce  north 20 chains   to fboro    line  tbt-nco following fihoro .lino earner  ly and .otilborly lo point of com  tnoixu-mcni,   containing   00 nuu'i'  motoorlcHB.  MliriRAY GORf.AY  Name of applicant in full  Dato March 27th, 1012.  n  Sayward Land DiBtriot  District of Snywarri  TAKENOTICE thnt Percy A, IS  Wood, oft Victoria, occupation bro-  Iro^ Inlondn In apply for pArniiMion  to pnrohnBt*! the fnl\nwinj������ dop.i.nbotl  lands:--  Commencing nt a post planted  at the S, W. Corner of Lot 105,  flifncff Vf'Tlb ^0 obi In������������ iborn'n wiy'  20ehninsto ehore, ilunuo nculhor  ly following Bhoro line lo.a poin'  mnkinu 80 chains Bnulhorly, theme  eiiHlerly followlnn whoro lino to  prijnt of commenflement, tonfnfr -  inf. 100 ncrMf, moro or ltci������,  PERCY A.'K.WOOl)  Name of Applicant in full  Dale March 23rd, 11/12/  fr>r>)\ii  \ ..III ���������,������  ��������� U'lnCinr)  Tctrontn^On<!r  Sayward Land DiBtrict  District of Say waul  TAKE NOTICE ���������tliai.Kyrlo O.  Symoiis   of  Victoria,  occupation  t-onth-miin, intends io ' apply for  |iormis_ion to purolia.o tbo follow-  'ngdoijcriui'd."buul������:������������������ ;.  ���������  1 Co'nnnmcinB at a post planted nt  be N. \V corner of lot 310, thenco  truth 20 chainp,   thence wost  80  ihiiiiis, Ihencii north 60 ^chniiiB   lo  iioro  lino, thenco cast foll(i;wit)K  tu.ire lino 80 cliniiiB to point of  lommoncemcnt, containing 280 ac-  vb more or Icbh,        ������  KYRLI5. 0. SYMONS  Name of Applicant in full  Mto.Mnich20th, 1UI2.  i a������wi_-ti-M_aaMi-_-^^  PUBLIC NOTICK  Notice is hereby given tliat  ill direct connections of flush  cio*������cl*������ syitb ihe ciiy t>cwi:is i������  urictiyjtbrbidden. All peisonH  or persons using flush: closets-  must providcJJJJseplicJItanks, the  overflow of which tuny he con-  nected with the city sewers.  By; order of the City Council,  A.McKinnou, Ciiy Clerk  City Hall, April 9th,- 1912.  Change of lulvciil'-'o.i' cn'ts will  uot he received iu tii.-- <J". *'c later  than 12 o'clock noon on Ttici  dnys,     "      *"������������������' immm**������*0**w**t**ip*A  *1_mM,X\-VUXV^Ii^-f*LUKtJMU*\'V*-r\  MAD������ IH CANADA  int>nm"^-������������w������*������  THE* 'TOWS,-- CtTMBfJItt-Am);   miTOl.  Ct^tMSflft.  ��������������������������� wpurw^i-wniwoiiufi  Make. Your EXPENSES USht  Makeo Your BISCUITS Liffht  Make. Your CAKES Light  Makes Your BUNS Light  Makes Your LABOR light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E.W.<JILLETTCO.,LTD..  Toronto, Onl.  -IU 'II Li1���������.  ���������JBSSiBr  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueste.  Tha Oontial Hotel for Sportsmon  None but the llest of Wines and Liquors  ������t the Ma.,  RATES  REASONABLE  vkylin Johnston,  Prop  HHl--tH| l-*i-*t-H-l4-_--_-H-i .-i'l-I^ii  13  C  .0  L  <0  T3  O  ���������o  no  *  r  Ut  jC  CO.  CO  CD.  0  ed.  3C*  ���������-4-L-  fl.  ���������73  s  o  u  V  4-J  CvJ  w  _<u_  4-1  V  0/)  <  'bfl  c  ���������,���������<  -a  o_  ���������j-  o  n  ft  C  0  H  o  I������  H  O  10  P^'Ph  or  ti  NOTICE i. horrlsy Rivot that at ���������tho  next moetiug of t,|>������ Board if License Com  minBioners of tlve City of Cunilt-orlnnd, wo  intend to npply f������r u leuewal i f tho .jot-  ol lic-UHO hohl by us 'for iho Veidomo  Hotel, situated ou lot 6 block 3, Oiiinbot-  lund TowiiSite.  WILSON & liUAMBERG.  ^^^^^^ *~ *TlT^t_TM_inn-Bllt-Tyw���������U M���������LMI  Dated this 7th d ty < f Nov., mil.  NOTIOE i* lior. by Rivou tliat at thu  next meeting of the Board of Lioeme Com-  miBMouera ot tho City of Cuiiib.rln.nd, I  titend \o npp y for a roaowat nt tlio hot-  eUiceuse lield.by me'for llio Ciwiborlhud  llo'tl, Hluattd on lot 1, block 6, Cum' er-  lftttd Towusito.  WILLIAM MER1UFIELD.  Dated tli.B 7th dity ot Nov., J9W.  NOTICE is hereby given thai 30 clays  after date application will be made to  the Superintendent of I'mvincial Police,  Victoria, It. C, for a tiansler of ihe hotel license to sell liquors by retail in ihe  hotel known \s the.Port Aukusu Hotel,  situated *. Comox, H. C. fiom John  Charles Clarence to Amos Co'tlinyton,  .John Chaui.ks Ci-auhnck,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottinoton,  Applicant,  Dated Mav ������$th, 1912.  An Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  Ne  ws  PUBLIC .NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby givqi that  Ml property owners are requested to connect their premises,  with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, ou or before  tlie 15th day of March, 1912,  and if said connections are not  made by the above date, the City  Council will, proceed to complete  same at the expense of the property owners.  By order of  The City Council  A. McKINNON.  .City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C, Feb. 20, X912  ROOMS for root at Marinelli's  Rooming Iloueo, Derwont Ave  VOR SA_.E~Three milk  cows; first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock;  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  aud tour years. Apply to D.  Rov, "Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Ob. ): B 0. Ltd.  ,. tue a s, cowrcii\N WILL sail as.under,  POWELI/RIVER-COMOX-UNION-'OAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p, ...Arrive Gomox Friday 6 a. m.^  Depart 7 a. in,  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a m,  (For Campbell River, wayports for Vaucouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vaucouver Saturday S p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Couaox, Sunday _ a m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject lo change .without notice.  %w������'���������������������_?������  DRINK  <|<^^H*4*M4^'!'*I^H^H'4*^^'Hi  Cement blocks etc.  concrete ohimney  blocks   a specialty.  Samples to be seen  at McKean <& Bis-  coe's store, Courtenay, B.C.  153?" For estimates and particulars write J. Lawrence, Comox,  IJ. 0.  and best BEER, and  ide in Cumberland.  COPVRIGH  APJJ.E.C9  ^  wsm. i-Bi.'i_Eiiiji_iHHiiiB^  S������sssri_--tas_'ii������_sii^  LOOK!   READ!  EDISON "HOME"' PHONO-  GRAPH FOR SALE, also  about four dozen of the latest.  4 minute Amberole Records The  machine is just ns good as new  and the records are perfect, with  out a blemish, Owner will sell  cheap for cash. This is a snap  for anyone thut is thinking of  getting a talking machine. Apply this office*  mm  immmmwsmmimcii  imii-'ia  ;w?5������  We are showing nearly'400 different lines of Spring Suitings.  Comprising all .the new color effects and latest weaves in medi-!  urn weight Cloths. Fancy Worsteds and Cheviots,: Donegal  Tweeds.. Scotch Tweeds, Blue  aud black Serges and Cheviots.  Union   Bay  Company, Ltd.  "SP*-"  VICTORIA LA.N&' *nf6TB3SC_  X>istrict qf Saywfti-d.  TAR^E notice that C.coi������gci'I-6iv-  ry West .of Vnnconvoi;, B..C,, oe  etipation "Fit*!. M-erohtuit, intends  to apply  for ^lei'iniusiou  to miT-  clia6w   tho   fullowirvg    described'  lnude:���������Commencing nt   a   pot*  planted "at. tlio  N., W.   Qorner of  Lot 4 D. L230 tlwnce East   alon.^  tho eurvey .ino *K) chains^  thence  North 20 cliain., thenco   West 40.  chain.,   thence South  along th������  hike shore 20<ehain8, and contain  ing 80 acres.  Gkor-gk !'I*f.nry WnsT,  Applicant.  .  Dated November2i.t, 1U11,.  NOTICE is hweby tjivon ttiat 3od;iyt  nfter davc i untcnc' lo nppJy 40 ilw Honor  able MwiiStje. ot Lands for i> liceiibc to  prospect for conl and psiroloun under tit*  fotcshore nnd unitcr tin* w..i������ron the  lands in Atui opposite the following described lands, -iiuate in Rupert JDibirict  -Commnwin*,' at 4\ post planted <.n the  sea beach ,11 high waicr mark .11 the iih  terscction of Scciions 14 and ?5, ToWnr  ship a, i'ort McNeill Rupert Dis'rici;  thence north 55 chains more cr kk it  high water mark on tWe-nui'i-bideof Port  McNeill Harbor; laeiyce e;������Mcriy alon(f  shoreline to .ntcrscciion of Section^ 23  and 24. Township 3, thence southed*,* 68  ���������rh-iins more oi'.css to h'_h water ni.uk  on south shore of Port M-cN'citl Uftrboi-{  thence westerly along shore line 10 point  of commencement. Rolanj. A.,Laird.  E. I'ricst, ajfem  Dated this 1st day of S^lcmber, 1911,  NOTICE is Weby (������ivou tn.t at, .tlio  aixt, meotiHg of tlio Board of LiooiB^  Commis.'.DGiB of the City of Cumber  land,0 I icylonil Ij apply for j.  renewid cf tho hofcvl hcent. hold by me  for the Ntw England Hotol, eituatcd on  the east half of lot 3, iu block 3, Cun.br--  Inud Towns!to.  JAMES WALTERS.  Dated this 7th dny ot Nov.. 191..  .NOTICE is hereby given tha  80 days after date application will  bo made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  transfer of tho hotel, license to soil  liquors by retail in tho hotel  known au the Lorno Hotel, situated al Cotnox, I.. C, from Flor-  once M. Cliifo to Geo. Mv Barlow,  Plouknck M. Ci.ii-tk.  Holder of Liconso.  OicouflK M, Harlow,  Applicant.  Dated Ma.h27cli,   1012,  FOit SAKE���������A book 'Ml. young  ���������sports should read,    price 11,00  Address letters, drawer 44, Nnn-  i      ��������� * " '  a'mo, 11, C,  NOTICK.  ^llllllilllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIII^  Insura  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  "accident?;','1'',,;.'.''-'''.'''.;  Liability, ..Burglary and Automobile Insurance  ���������__ , ���������������,���������. ���������  "i.fdr information write tue  Vancouver Island  insurance Co..  820 Fort Street      >      -    ..-..-.   -      VICTORIA, B.C.  ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin  MOVING?  Pianos an������  KuuKitukk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RIQHARUSON & li AY WOOD  " PHONE 5 7  Wiiidcrmere Ave,  ORDEHS tAKKN  FOR NUT .COAL  To whom it may concern :���������  This is to   notify the   public  that nil freight charges oir bonded goods cleared  at Union Hiiy  for. the Comox Valley   must  be  I  ��������� i   r  ,.. 1,,  I, r-l  lyMtvt   h_w*<M*-*>   ^.  ud, Uy uulci  Cniindimi Collieries Dtinsniuir]  Co.  HAV  1 VitHy  tons of good "baled hay, ptice  $14 per ton nt Grantham. IUI.  Janes,1'S&ud wick, H, C,  Wn#<<r^r^i������ii nn t 'i " ���������<��������� ��������� "-���������������������������-* ******* mm wam*m*m  1<*UR SAUH���������Ciasoliue launch  ^o feet in lenfjMi, 7 ft hc.nn, ������]h.  j) . engine, will carry jo panseu-  fcers, Two cabiuH, Apply Tom-  lily's, Bicycle Shop, 3rd St,  NOTICK  Any person or pcrBone, .cutting,  reniiiving or taking tiny blockf,  tiniltot'urwood,ofanydenci'lptiotln  jolonging to the Wellington Col-  ilery Oo\v., or from or off tho land  of the mud Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  nnywhero u|kmi the compaiiy'R  land will he piwecnted to tlio full  ONtout of tho law,  ,+ t        t OAT,,   f./Ut  ������,������, ti, lyuiioo.^i  Cioiteriii iMunuger,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICK.  Siiywtirtl Land Dislrkt.  District of Snywnrd.  * TAKE NOTICE th.it I, Walter Ghrc  of Comox, IJ. C, occupation f..rm������������r. in-  lemts to apply for permission 10 purchase the following described lands.���������  Commcncinji at a post planted on tlie  south-west side nf ."-Small Island in Gow-  land Harbour on V.ddc.t IuIaikI, thence  follo^'nif. hlicvc line to place o(,commencement including both portions of  Island containing is ices trwe nt* less*  WAI/I'KU OAt'iK.  (J.. M. I'idcock, Agent.  Dated April 17th, iyn.  *TAKK NOTICE that J������sipli H. K..y of  S>iqn������Bb, H.C., n.(n . mnnnjor, iutrmiB to  npply fur a llocnw to pn-flpfct Ux e >nl and  nttro'.ouirt on tho following iU'Horlh.*d  lindi:���������Oinunoi'duR tit 11 p<nt plimt<������l ������m  tlio ������ottth-Otttt ciiUKr 1 f Scfll'on 10, Hu*  port Pintrlil, Jf lo-lm Maud, ilirnw*  uostfiOotiniiK. tboiioii not ih 81 o uinx,  tltonc-i 0*18'. -Oo'mbirt, H'eiiiui toiith *0  nhaiiiB lo tlm imtitt cf eomninncoment.  Diitoillltliduyof Mtn-li, HU'.V  JOMK1MI II   FOV, Lnrator.  ���������pi -1 ",>;!1  TAKRNOriOR that>H. B. Mnnby,  tuarriod womnn, nf Viotori'i, B. C., in  tijuda tn ?piiiy for n lieenao to prospoo*. for  cnsland notrolonm on tho followiag don-  cribod lands:��������� Oomraonoing at a poet  plauto.l 00 tho BOUlh-woBt _o.i-������r of Seo-  tiou 40, Rupert; Distriot, Muluolra lxl md,  thonco oint 80 chains, thence lui'tli 80  ohainH, thonco wch*. 80 elmim*. thouoe  eouth SO oliiuiiB to ths point of oomminct-  mout  Datod Uth dny of Nf.iroh. 1912,  H, B. MOSIJY, Loottor.  Joioph II. Poy, ARent.  npl 24 inyfll  a*#te*������a_i������i������*������������tf������w mmm *mm*m*m*m*^  TAKE NOTiOK H;������t E. S.bloy, Stcnog  grnphor of Vio'orli, II. 0., Intends to npply for a 1 Qunso to proapoct for oual unci  pulrilnm on tho following doflcrihed  lu(d8:���������Oummuiioing nt a post pliintoit on  tl',o north-Giut corner of Section 41, Rupert DiBtrict, Mai ml in Iilund, thouo j won!  SO-clui'iiB, thenco north 80 ohuiim, thocou  onnt 80 chuino, thouoo notith 80 olinine to  tlm point of commouocmont.  Du;ed lllh day of March, 1912.  K. 8IULKY, kmitor .  *  Joiopli IJ. Foy, A^ont  tipiaimySl  ���������TAKKMOTHJBMint J. K. MoHby, ol  Yiotoriii, IJ, O , Sooretsry, intciuU to upply for a liooimo to pronpeot (or cdui itml  petroleum on the folljw<ng doRorlWd  Undni���������Ouunnoauing at n pout plantrd nn  tho nurtlr-wett oornor of Hovtion 17, Hu*  put DUtrlot, Mnic dm IuIhuI, thnnou  uouth 80 ohainH, thonco oihI HO aliiilm,  lliouoo uoitli 80 oliuiim, thrn.o m cut 8ll  uhnluM to thu point of oonnnoiio_in<m',  l)atdd11,thdiiyofMniahlOI2.  ���������   '     /     J. F. M0SUV, I/.oalor,  Joieph II. Foy, A'.out  apl'.l my SI  RUFERT LASD DISTRICT  JJtstrictrofRup.it.  TAKEuotico thnt  b'ndora Mno Ii**.soi.  of Vauoi'uver, B. C.    cccujintion {Widow.  itoudu to nppjy f. r yeniis-i.-ii to p������r--  clinio ti_o Mliiwngd_ciilK'd lnid : Q^m  minoiuj. at at u p'tt planted   about  ono  milo north aud 40 chnii s i n&l i f the 8. _..  corner of Section 4, IVwnlhip  8,  theu������f  ti'Tih HO ohnin., thenco tutu R0 oh., i- h,  ihoii.ce_gontii_8'_.oliiiiHj.' tlwco wfist 8U-  QlminH lo place of co.i.mi'uceuiout, ooutiii\  il)R 610 aoroa, .ttV"������ <r lr.Mi.'  Scribed nn po t EMIVu a.W. comer.,  E.ndohaMak Ix'-sox,  Dm ClimJt, Atjeit-  Dnkd December 11th, 1910.  ii  RUPERT LAND M-TK1CT  Distrio1; of Rnpecc  TAKE  >OTICI.    that-Adohndo  Ertor-  O'ar'i    }.r������wn.    of   Broolsfioid,   N.  Y.���������,  married woimui, iutenda to apply fir por- .  misiiou to puroJiuoo iho followtin^. dcw.rlb- ���������  ed IiikU.���������C'luimcnciiijj at������ post planted .  it smith tvcht corn-rot S-olinu  IS), Towu-  ship 9, theuco north   80 chain*!,,   thuno.'-  cant 80 chain.,   thenco   Routh   80  chaina,.  tlirnct ������r.t 80 oliftinx tn plno of common-/  ment containing l>40 aorta moro or lesa.  Suribod ou pool A.K.CMVuS.W. cor  Aorx/iDK KsTim L'imiik Browk. .  ,Dan Clarlr, lige*i%  Da������od Docombor 10th, lft 10.  HUPEUr r.ANl) DISTRICT,  biftrict of Unport  TAKE notice  Hint   Richraotnf  Charles Urn of Vanoouvor, Jl. C,  Broker intends to apply  folr' per  tniflsion to purchaeo the following,  described la win:���������Commencing at  a post planted at i  post  liitwoon  Section 181c, Townchip 0, anil Boot*  Ion IS,Townnhip20, thp'ncowest 40-  chains,  llioneo south  10 i:lnijon������.  thence wont .0 ohaiu**. thetkonoinh  80 ohainH; thonco east  .0 chain.,  thenco north 40 elm inn, ih.n<o������'ai������t  'tOfhairio, thenco north 80ohainH lo  placo of comuioncetiiont. con .uiuinft.  6<10 nerea moro,or 'Jew:  Berihed on pofil ttOHV N ]. cor..  ItlCHMOND CirAIII.Kfl  Hisb,  Dan Cliirlc, ������n������nt.  Dated Decemhor It) h, 1010.  81111SOIU11K FOH THK NK.W8  OKU' ONE DOLLAR A YKAU'.  KOTKJK.  Uitliug on loconiotivem and rail  wny cara of the Union ftollwry  Company hy any jiersor. ,ir tur-  joiih- except lain crew -u etrictly  |inih'l,'fi**il. KniployM'i. "jv������ ������nli-  ���������cc lof.'i-jmixKul for allowing fiiiin-  Hy order  ; W. L.  COULSON,  General Majig^cr.  I  Have you   heard   the   latest  ffongt 'They itoiia Una KicKm  My Dog Aromi.1   Come and jjet  a copy at Tlm New** Oflice. Only  a few copies left.  UUI'KItT I-.VNI) DWriUCT  District of Hupirt.  TAKK NOTICK thnt Kdward I)il������������.  of 11iiifjlintnt<m. NY. en. chi*.<in,inttu dn ta  apply for pnin-ihfiioii lo p'.nohaai tliu fol-  lowtnj* doKcrlboil liindB!���������O'.mn.unrftiiiK nt  .* p nt plumd 'J   iniloi    wrot    of    Ihe  Hon th oiinI ooi iii r of H.o Ion 24, Tn������uHhi p.  20, ihoiHM Win t 80 elirt'n*,   tliruua    yout li  HOoluihu.  tlituuM) ojh������ B0 oh.tii>������, thuiou  nordi 80 islu'ri, t.ij.l >o,������ t focinun lU'euunt,.  _i;ntui*.tii4 (UUa.roi*, in.nri' or 1-ti*.  K'jrib.d on iioul V.IY'. N.K, ciinut,  r.iiWAitn Dvi'i*.  p'Tii.*<.l TV'^n.Wr I'.Mti, V.V.0.  80 ohoin������, thuico mutli 60 chain*,  Itioi oo | SST__M>'_r'T. V''"_____. ___ _._!_7S-*  w.tt  80  chain*,   thwuw  **������������l flO cUlm, | \tf*r*���������i���������*\j***^^  thouoo uouth 80 chah n to thu point cf cum I  m.uoonu-ut. j  Dated I) tli day ot Manh, .Ml*.  I). II. MUIH. Locator  JoR������pU It. Foy, Atfont  aid 21 my 31  TAKK NOTICK lint I). U. Muir, of  Victoria, IJ, <3., AoaountMit, intondu to upply for a ]in.nn(i t,D primpint for cinl and  putroloiim on thn foil wintf ilcunribrd  lund-i;���������C mraot'tiing a*, a pont planted on  Uiu niiu.ii'Hiti/ki'iuU u,    .j.k.n-u ������u,   iiit-i  jmI _>i.vh'3*l, Maj������>lw  l������0<u<t. Ibi'i.t tu  O. H TARBELL    J  HiiilRAoiTfovi's}  Ami nil KITCHKNliUTENSILB  If YOU want Results place  yourl  Ad in The News.   A prompt response is sure to come. u$sTuf said.  Spoitsmens Goods  General Hardware ** ���������** \.  mm  ^���������\<>.-'*.'  X,  .  , .**if ������������������  <n".    s-yf.  titf, mws, ctjmbtctu.axu n. c  "SOME HA'E MEAT,  HND GANNA EAT"  Ro Hobbv Bums tersely describes the  ���������_ich, but still poor, dyspeptics. Hut their  case is not now so desperate as v.'hen  U'.uns wrote. For the man who lias the  food now <.\ui eat without siiffeiing for  it, it' he just follows the meal with a  Nj-llru-Cu DyspcpMu Tnhlct.  These roni.irbahle tablets banish the  trouliles of the clinmio dyspeptic-, the  fim;i who is bilious���������the sulicrer from  licarlburii, gas on the stomach or occasional iinli'jostion. Vou can cat hearty  ineahi: of wholesome food���������nnd diuest.  them, loo���������if you lake Na-Dru-Co  Dyspepsia Tablets.  'Compounded bycxpcrtchemisU. after  piobably the best formula known to  medical' science, they are tpiick and  certain iu their action, giv,ing prompt  relief from' all forms of "stomach trouble,  toning tip and strengthening the digestive or-jan-iaud bringing about permanent  cure.,  A man isnostroiigerthai.hlsslomacli.  I:it yourself for your lie.'.t work by  taking Nii-Dni-Co Dyspepsia Tablets.  5<>c. at your druggist's. National "Drug  mid Chemical Co", of Caiiada, Limited,  Montreal.'- ! . 7        m  CANADIAN  ENTERPRISE  ' 'Saving the Country.  During an election in.New York a  bunch of ,tmined, repealers marched  into an cast-side polling place.  "What name?'' .Inquired the election clerk of theTeadeivwho was red-  haired and freckled, nnd had tv black  eyo. The voter glanced down at a  slip of paper in his luuul.  "Isadore "Mondolhelni," he said.  "That's nol your real name and you  know li," said a, Hiisnicious challenger  Cor, a reform ticket."     ���������...   ,'��������� ,  "li, is me name," said the repealer,  "and I'm goiiY to vote under it.--see?"  Kropi'down the line came a voice;  "Dont let thai guy bluff you, Casey.  Soitinly your name is Mendellielhi!"���������  Saturday Evening Post. "  , Slightly Different.  Klla���������Did you ever read Longfellow's "Bridge"?  Stella���������No. Is bis game different  from the one we play?���������Judge..  "Do you know, I heard thai, your  family doctor ia a dipsomaniac?" "No  such thing. He's an allopath."'���������Baltimore American. . .     !  A French chemist, claims lo have  devised a simple but accurate method  of measuring the surface of a human  being.   .  Canadian Paciflo Railway Co. to Run  Observation Cars on Austrian  State  Railways,  Tho announcement tliat tho Canadian Pacific Railway Co. will this  summer begin to run a series of  Observation Car Services on the'  Austrian Stato Hallways through tho  Tyyol, marks an epoch in the growth  of tho importance of Canada in the  old world. Under a contract with tho  Austrian Slate Railways, tho Canadian Paciflo iias arranged to build  several observation cars in Austria on  Canadian Pacific plans. Tho doalgii  ia iluu. of Mr. Vaughali, head of the  C. P. H. Angus shops at Montreal,  who has made a personal visit; to  Austria to study local conditions,  They will differ, slightly from the  typo ns used in Canada, and each  car will have platforms at both ends.  Tho euro wlll.be tho longest four-  axle cars if. Europe. They will have  a very spacious interior and will  seat Ihlrly-lwo passengers. There  will be accomodation for a typist,  whose services will bo at Ihe disposal  of tho passengers; and an up-to-date  library with all tho latest magazines,  just as on the C. P. It. trauscon'-  ti'ncntul trains, will be among the  features of tbe cars.  Both Austria aud tho Canadian  Pacilic Railway will benefit from tho  consolidation of the new schonie.  The attention of vast numbers . of  travelling Canadians and Americans  will be diverted from other parts of  Europe lo Austria, not only to see  thai, intere.iflng country,'but lo learn  how these Canadian Pacific observ.  atlon cars fulfil their mission There  will be three observation services to  begin with. . Hy arrangement with  the Swiss government' Ihn first-of  these will run between ZtiWoh nnd  Innsbruck over the Arlberg route via  landed.. Tho second will l>o.between  Innsbruck and Vienna via Zell-am-  Zee and Salzburg. The third will be  from Salzburg to Trieste over the  Tauern and Karawankon Railways  by way of Hadgdslein, Villach, Veldes  and the Valley of the Isonzo. This  last is a new route only recently  completed by the Austrian Government, which has spent immense  sums of money to provide a short  cut from the north to Trieste, ' its  greatest seaport,  The Austrian State Railway is particularly well favored in the country  it feeds as regards scenery, and scon  as it will ho.under the most favorable auspices in these new C. J*. R.  observation cars, the beauty of the  land will be a most, interesting' part  of any, European tour.  Wasteful Use of Coal.   ;  The latest estimate of tho coal supply ia England places the date ot  its exhaustion as 175 years hence,  Whllo this is a long period measured  by the average lifo of a man. It does  not look big compared to the history  of that country. Our own coal supply  is so large and tho expectation���������at  least In the mind of tho layman���������of  continued discoveries of vast deposits  of fuel, make It practically impossiblo  for our own people to seriously con-  aider tho exhaustion of our own coal  fields. ���������  The present method ot generating  steam power for stationary engines Is  absurd and extravagant as to at least  75 per centsof all tho power used In  this country, Wo mine coal, wo ship  it, and then haul to our plant, wo  shovel In from tho wagon, wo shovel  again under tho boilers; wo fill our  cities with smoko until thoy resbno'.c  a foundry on casting day; and then  wo must shovel ashes into wagon.**,  cart thoso through om* streets, and  after another expensivo haul wo give  the worthless refuse a final shoveling.  Six handlings besides the freight and  wagon haul. As pointed out in thorje  pages two years ago, tho coal sho aid  come up from the mino to flow by  gravity under the boilers of an enormous electric generating plant, ami  tlio power and hent should get to its'  final destination, uot on coal cars, but  on wires.  Wo pity tho crude methods of o'ir  forefathers, wo boast of ouv pre&cu'c-  day Achievements, but only a genera-  lion or two honco and many of the  things we do will appear iuexpllcabls  and silly.���������Popular Mechanics Magazine. . . -      . '     ���������  BLOODIS  LIKE WATER  When  Lips Are Pallid and the Gums  Lose Their Color.  Vou  Can  Make  the  Blood  Red by Using  Rich  and  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  If you find, yourself easily tired,  tacking In vigor hud energy, tillable to  properly digest the'food you eat and  generally out. of sorls, look In, the  mirror and carefully examine tho  llpn, gums nnd, eyelids, If color is  lacking you'may bo sure that you are  anaemic---Unit your blood, Is thin,  weak and watery.  It would be a mistake, under these  clrcumslduces, to use purging medicines; what, you need is more blood--  richer blood���������and you csn increase  tlie amount, of rich, rod blood In the  bodv by using Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food.  Kot In any miraculous way does  this treatment, work, but JiihI; as naturally ns do nny of tho laws of nature. It ouppllea to the body tbo elements which go to the formation of  new, rich blood, Thoso nro found In  condensed and easily assimilated form  Iiv Dr. Cbnu't's Nerve li'ood, nnd therefore-do not bother .even -iho weakest  stoma eh, ���������  It will take a llt.Uo patience and  persoverouco to thoroughly restore,  tho HVHlein, but by noting your Increase of weight ami tho return of  color lo your faded complexion yon  will be convlncftrt that the IohI vigor  and vitality Is being restored to your  system. .    A      ,   "  Ih*. Chase's Nerve Food, fiOr a box,  0 for ji'.'.no, at all dealers or, ICdmaii*  son, Hutos &��������� Co., Limited, Toronto.  Worms' in children, if they be not  attended   to,   cause, convulsions,  and  ,P_f_len._Al_eai!L___Mot^  Exterminator  will  protect  the'_cl.iid-  en from these distressing afflictions.  A Frugal Method.  An Irishman just landed, secured  a position as fireman in . a large  factory. The chief engineer instructed him in his new duties, saying;  "To run our engine (we require 1G.  pounds of steam; you can always toll  how much steam you have by looking  at tills guage."  Shortly afterwards Ihe engineer noticed that, the cngino was slowing up.  Calling to the boiler room, he inqul od  of Pal how much steam"he had on.  "01 have a''hundred and forty-folve  pounds, sir," answered the pew liro-  man,  "Why man, I told you we had 13  havo.60 pounds to run,"  , "Nlver inolud thai," was tho chocr-  ful answer, "Use what ye have got,  whin that is gone 01*11 havo moro  ���������ye."���������- Ki'crybody's  an'  tor  Benefits of Buttermilk  This much despised by-product  of the dairy seems to be com-  iug to its 'own.' Of- late' years  there has sprung up in cities  and towns, a big demand for buttermilk as a beverage. It can now be had  at first-class hotels. Then many householders use bulLormllk whenever they  can get it.  ��������� So great has grown the demand  that tho supply is always below requirements. To meet this "demand  producers are devising ways and  means for increasing the supply. True'  as yet, .the farmer has not realized  its true value and tlie supply of buttermilk on the average farm si ill finds  its way to the' hog trough, while people in towns and cities cannot get all  they require.  The increased demand has'come  about largely because of recent scientific investigations which show buttermilk to be of great value iu keeping  the human system in good ��������� working  order. 'Jt is especially good for intestinal disorders.  A physician recently _discoyered In  "the"* south "ori-ussia. "a. perop_e-wh'o'flV:"  ed almost, entirely on a diet, of butter;  milk or a milk product having the  same properties, as buttermilk. He  found also that these people lived to  a good old age. This led to further  investigation and the production of  artificial buttermilk.    ���������  RS***  .__*_  ���������Hmi  fess  !EY DO IT  ' DON'T BAKE���������BAKE���������BAKE IN THE HARD  OLD FASHIONED WAY  It shortens your lifo, spoils your temper and niin.s your looka.  Try the new way���������the MOONEY way,     ,  No spoiled baking.   No overheated kitchens. Lots,of leisure iu tho home,'  MOON EY'S   E3ISCU ITS arc so fresh, so'crisp, so* appetizing thab  thoy aro largely taking tho plac<i'"j.o. home baking with thousands of Western  people.   Ask for ' .  MOON EY'S PERFECTION  SODA-BISCUITS  ���������     _^������������������_������������������___���������___���������__���������___���������������������������____������������������������_������������������-���������^m*nm***wmmm^^^^^*****m**^^*m*m  in fair tight," dust proof and damp proof packages  ���������or in sealed tins if you prefer them.  Mado in the Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  "What Is the trouble, wlfey?" .  "Nothing.'!  "Ves, there is. What are you crying about, something tbat happened or  something that happened-in a novel?"  ���������Kansas City Journal.  Poetlcus���������"1 wrote that poem, sir, lo  keep the. wolf from the door."  Hard' hearted Editor���������"Well then,  why didn't, you nail It on the door?"  Strategy,  why   nro   yim  How to Punish PUso.  It Isn't '��������� very nice task to punish  pussy if you're fond of her, but there  nro times whon sho must be chastised,  This Is how to do it, according to Mr.  U-uia Wain, the great authority on the  fascination feline.  In the tirbt place, don't actually  Htrlko the cat. A blow merely-numbs  It, And when the spine, which Is lis  moRf, HoiiHllive parr is sirno). ��������� particularly If tho cat Is old���������it Is likely  to spring at the striker.  ������������������When pussy does anything wrong,  frighten iho wrong-door by striking a  Mick on Hie ground, A cat is most  smihIIIvo lo sounds, and will connoct  I his new noise wllh what. II hns done,  It feel si more Intensely than most  inlr.mls; bunco lis supposed savagery  In eases, I'utH are highly eleolrliuil,  and II. Is very good to havo one porch  n oiio's should*.��������� or knees,  Tho boat food for puss In raw moat,  i-hnpod up and only ono meal a day  should bo given, Moat of tlio mbitakoB  which are made. In training cats arise  from an uln-onco of knowledge of the  cat's uluiracter and constitution,  About time to Move.  The small farm boy had been sent  to a farmer uncle's to remain for two  or three months, but at ihe end of tho  second week he showed up at home,  much to tho disapproval of his father..  "Why, Willie, what have you come  back here for?" tho parent inquired in  no pleasant tone. "I sent you to your  uncle's for a long stay"  '���������{��������� know you did," Willie replied,  "but you see, it was this way. The  first week they killed a sheep and we  el. that; the next week they killed a',  hog and we ct that, aiid yesterday the  hired man died and I thought jt was  about, time to come home."���������Judge.  A GOOD REMEDY  FOR LITTLE ONES  Baby's ..Own Tablets, aro the best  medicine a mother can give her little ones. They are absolutely sate,  being guai'.inleed by. a govcrnmen:  analyst to contain nooiaptos or 6th-  ,er- hannfu'l-dru'gs���������^They-curcv const''-,  pation and lm.Ingf.-_! ion', ,ex_'cl worms,  nial'e teething easy, in fac*. euro a*I  the minor ills ot little one.. Concerning them -Mrs. Murray '-Marshall  Zephyr, Ont., says: "I ,havr. used  Baby's Own Tablets for my children  and always with the best of rostiltM.  I can recommend them as a gooa remedy for little ones to every mother." The Tablets are sold by medl-  ccine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  COLT   DISTEMPER  In all Jta tcrrlblo forms  bi-lng-a ruin to thu brced.r  In   m.inv   of  its   nllaoks  "SPOHN THEM"  --every last one of them���������  and bandage their llii-oatu  wllh plenty of hot llnneeU  and bran poultice, if tlit-'u'  glands are swollen and liable to sup'-urata nml  slough oft*. This cut shows  how to handle, the bandage.  You will soon have the  .(JJseuso under control and  need fear no new capes if  .you stick'close to the uso  of "Spolm's." Spohn's Curo  for sale ljy all drut'slsts���������  AM, wriOLTCSALI. DHUG-  GISTS  DISTmr.UTOHS.  SPOHN. MEDICAL CO., Chemists, G~oshen, lnd.,;U. S. A.  -?A.',I  ��������� :ri  Poet���������-"I called to see if you had an  opening for me." Editor���������"Ves, there  Is one right behind you; shut it as you  go out please."���������SiUire.  writing 'lK'i'-  "And  nnwtV on that mivolope'.'  ������I want tho man's wlfo to vend th,1*  totter."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Keep Mlnard'i Liniment In the house.  Which do Vou 8ee?  Tlm pesBlmlNt linns Hie lh< ran  on the vosoh; Iho nnllmliU hbuh the  roses on tho I Horns.-- .fudge.  Said one limn on thn slreot, speaking to a ti'lond, "Well, -lummy tnlkH.''  "Maybe It does," replied tlm other,  "but, nil If over wild to mo was goo,d-  by.<,"������������������Baltimore American,  '"Thon thn wedding was not. altogether ft HUCCOIIB?"  "No; tho groom's mol.lior cried louder than tho brlde'ii moiher. It waa  considered very poor form,"���������Louis-  vllle Coui'lnr-Jouriml.  ������\i  .:"i.o.)iys;'<,  ^'hrru-S''-#'  VM, KiL.Nt'V P--'   tl  "Pc'ifound tt'" nnorti*.'. ���������"><��������������� -"O'ln���������  man tu thn country, I'll never go  walking with that. London girl ngaln.  Sho'a too literary for m������,"  "In what way?" asked his chum.  "Why, she oven snld the hills had  'Intellectual brows,"  .*������H T"s  U V.    j,1  long-  Why They-Wear It.  "You  needn't  make  fun  of  haired actors,"  "What luui anybody got to say for  theiii?'*  "Vou forget, don't you thai It was  not until Hamson got long hulr that  he was able to;bring down Iho house."  ���������Hftltlmoro American,  The Real Test.  W. N, U, W  Dlogencsf wan searching for an honest man.  "Find a Hiilmrbniiile who will tell  yon his rif.il opinion of coiuiiry life In  W-lflliT,"  \\f .'lifi'lscd .  Herewith lie departed lo npply the  KTMitest ten* of nil- -Hnrpcr'H ftaznr,  The latest novelty in watches is a  miniature timepiece, tho back and  front of which aro formed of two sovereigns. .. .  "You say I must ride horseback,"  said tho man of quiet habits. "Yes,"  roplied the physcian; otherwise I cannot answer for your life." "But can  you answer.for my life, If 1 Lry to.  Witness Not Sur*.  Ont of tho Houso Napoleon Ohum-  pogne, M.P.P. for Ottawa, U uh ready  lo laugh at himself us to make deadly  fun of others. For example, he relates, with gusto, a story eoneovjilug  hi. ocular wenkivisa���������a "cross" of the  eyes. Mr. Champagne is a prominent  Ottawa lawyer. Ono day ho was ex-  Running u French witness in one of  the -courts at tho capital, where Kng-  lUh only Is- used. Ilu hud to apoiilc  to tho witness through au interpreter,  no that tliu court could uiulorstiind  question and answer. Tho witness  was noting stupidly, and "Mr. fJliiun-  nngno says: ' I spoke to him In  trench asking him why hu didn't un-  swer. Still ho was silaut. Again 1  Mid to him; 'Will you tell nm why  you do not ainwor tliut question!?'  " 'Are you speaking to mu?' RHked  the mnn at lust.  " 'Why  certainly   I'm  speaklna to  "''Oh,' wild tlie fellow; 'I thought  you were tulklntf to somebody at the  other side ol tlie room'."  A MU-DlrecUd Appeal.  Th'o Into Sir John Curling wns ono  of London's nuKt popular citizen*,  und although his bunine-;* n.i brewer  did not recommend ltlni to the utien-  uouh temperance workers, tie was held  in high (*Ht������iMii for his j.ftiaoiiul qualities. On the ooounton ol a scmi-ml.-  sioiiary meeting in what wax then  coiled Oiice-i'ii Avenue Methodist  Church, in the "eiulmed, wr .������oim  was, wj.1-.cJ tu laJiu \Un '"j--!*. (>'���������'���������' '-I  tlio spci.ker.H was an oloqiiiint Indiiin  Irom Uia .fur west, who spoke strongly  against the sale ol "iiN-wntei" , to  his people, describing its (rightful  ravages in picturo.-tqun language. Ho  ciiiiclutlfi) uv editing upon u������i vin.ii"'  iiikii nnd all other GhinUlan jcmoiis  to put down the liquor I rattle with h  firm bond, Sir .John smll'-d griioluiis.  ly on tho orator, but the audience was  not slow to appreciate the irony of  tlie Hituation.-Suturday Night.  Gold   P,ip������r Weight.  Ohiiii'inmi Knplehart of the Teml..  l-aming and Northern Ontario Hull-  wny Commission \\m a gold i nuagot  paperweight which ho coniidoM to b_  one of the linest *amph** over brought  out ol Northern Ontmii*. It w������;t Ink.  (:n from tbe Dome Mine nnd hn-> y,\t\  I Ih'ioi prfMHiited to tho cliuirman of  | the conimisiion by tU������ superintendent  State of Ohio,' City of Tola'do   , \  J\uoan County, /   "���������  Frank J. Cheney itiakf*H oath that ho Is  Henlor partner ot the llrm of F. J. Cheney  & Co.. doing business In tho oily of Toledo, County and Slate nfor.eald. nnd that  eaid firm will pav tho sum of ONK HUN.  DRBD VOltliAoa lor .(.ah and every  Case of CatjLrr that cannot be cured by  the uko of.frall'a Catarrh Cuif. FRANK  J. CHIEN_i_.   .       -fi*  Sworn to before mo and oubsaiibed In  my presence, this .th day of December,  A.t>, 1886.  (Seat.) A. W. Qr.KASON.  Notary Tubllc.  Hall's Catarrh Curs Is taken lntcmallv,  and acts directly on tho blood add  mucouH surfaces of the Hyfitnni, Bend  for testimonials free.  F. J. CHKNBY & CO.,    Toledo, 0,  Bold by oil clrugglotH, 7Bo.  Tnko nail's Family Pills for constipation.  When You Buy Matches,  Ask for  Red-Mixa.  They have a true  safety base  head,   witli   silent    tip.    Will  never explode if Stepped  on.  Eddy's  Matches  havo satisfied Canadians since 1851���������accept no others.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON  GETTING " EDDY'S -  Washboards,   Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs..  Roberts���������"My wife Is vory methodical, Hho Is novor Hiitlsllod unions sho  knows whoro ovorythlni. iii ltopr.'  Uoundcr���������"mine in the same, Bho oven  wiints to know whero my Into hours  nro . Itepl."���������Doalon Transcript.  ('oniilleiiH havo been tho cures  worked by Kolloway's Corn Cure It  bus n power of Its own not found In  other preimrutloiis,  The Second String,  Mrs, I.ncltn C'ondo, Suffragist, was  tnlklm. about a former leader who  hnd deserted her party whon III for-  luno bofoll It, "Hho deserted her party  HlmmeloHBly," said Mm. dond������. "8be  romlnded mo of a beautiful New York  Blrl.  "Jlcr fiancn fall.red lu till* Bill's  oar one evoiilnj.: ���������  "My dour I have been deoolvlng you,  I am not tho mnnaffor of our ooneorn  nt. $5,000 per your, but only a humble  clorlc nt $9 pet* week, Will thlfl mako  uny illfforeuco to you''"  , "No It,, will make no difference," she  t.aui,  ">!ol Hie Icnut dlffcrr-noo, (InrUnj*?"  "Not the leant," Htdio replied, rlsliiR  and HinoothliK? her hair, "Old OobHii  Goldo's proposal fitlll holds Rood. I'll  wire lilm at. his Fifth Avenue rosl*  denco this ovenliiB," ��������� Minneapolis  ,j_Hl lUii. . .       ,  Didn't Have the Part,  Native wit received its Jusl reward yesterday nt tho Pennsylvania  station. Sam, one of tho colored porters, espied a tlroJ-looklng colleger  bearing a heavy English bag, and  sliding alongside, proffered Ills services. Tbo weary traveler accepted the  aswlBlance,, but. not without all re*  pugi/.nce natural to an able-bodied  man. As thoy walked along ho looked  down nt tho small dnrky hi raining un-  dor his burden, and his misgivings  Boomed lo got tho bettor of him.  "Iloro," he said, reaching nut a  hand, "you'd bettor let me havo thai;  1 am f-trongflr than you are," But Bum  sidled off, piotestlng,  "Yea, boas," h������ ndmlltcd hastily,  "you Is stronger thnn. me, a heap  stronger, hut you see, boss, you ain't  dressed for the pari,"  Noodless to say, he kept tho bag,  and when ho voftirned his expansive  countenance wub lighted by a 115-cent  pleco.  , Hits It at Lust.  What has become of (llasspy, the  old oliup that's always going to got  rich on somo blame fool Invention of  hlu own?  "llo hns perfected a little device  that's going lo mako him rich for  sure this time. It meets n universal  want,"  "What, is It?"  "It's a bit of concealed mechanism  that sticks a pin In a street urchin's  hand whon he trios lo sound the  eqtiakor ot an automobile,"  Might Come in Handy.  "I had a happy thought a moment  ugo," said the conceited young man  who had lingered along until tho clock  had almost got through striking tho'  big numbers,.  "Koop It," ropllod tho beautiful girl  after she jiad concealed a yawn, "I  think you will noed It In a moment, I  Just hoard- father snoe/.o in tho hall  upBlairs,"-���������Plllaburg Post.  1 s  ���������t  ;  Engaged Couple (phinnlng hounn*  keeping)���������"Cnn you direct us to a  joiner's shop?"  VHlagpr--"The parsonage Is Just  around tho corner."  Tho giraffe Is the only animal thnt  Ih really dumb, It is unable lo express  Itself by any sound whatever."  Her Buoy Llfo,  'Aunt Martha, spends all day lonu  hiding her silver In titty different  places lb defeat Ihe burglars Bho U  perfectly sure are coming hero."  "Good 11088."  "And she spends nil night hunting  for it and Kntherlng it luto ono pile  in caso of flro."���������Harper's Bazar.  Mra. A,���������Bid you over go to a for-  tune tellor?"  Mra. B,~-"Yea, once. Before f waa  married 1 wont to,tlio Probate court  to hoo how much my llnaiico's father  had loft him In his will." ��������� Boston  Transcript. . ,  \  *  High Finance  A New York broker wAa pnilMiU  ChnrloH W, Morse's ability as n money  raiser,  "They i-iM a Riory nbout Morno."  he chuckled. Morso wont to a mil*  llonnlrr* ono day nnd snld:  "'Lend Jno three millions. I must  hnvo three millions for that now deal  of mine,"  " 'Sorry, Morse,' wild the millionaire  but I've only got two millions l:n  rt-ndy 'money to day.'  '"I������ Hint nil, vnId Morse. Well  haitd It rvor then���������you owe mo the  othor million.���������Detroit T-'rso Presa,  wny women /__re rvoi; juul^jou  Man it ������ inilliontiro umy timet over ia tho po������ciiioa vl blood o*Ui. Wgai*  ,������n ii not quite to rich, for loientiiti hnvo proven that the normal mon h������ five rail.  ' lion���������the woman only four and a half mllllou to a oublo millimetre of blood.  A daoretie in number of red blood oorpuiclei and a parton " looki polo '-���������In  foot, ii anaemio, the blood doea not get tbe right food and probably tlie itomsob ia  diiordered,  Ur. K. V, Fierce found yeori ������.o that a (lycerio extmot ot golden teak and  Oretfon jlrape roofi, queen'a root and bloodroot with black oherrybark, would heln  the oiniinilation ol tbe food in the ilomaob, oorreot liver Ills and In Naturo'a own  way ineraaie tbe red blood oorptuolei, Tldi wediolnt ha  called Dr. Plnroe'a Golden Medionl Diioovery, Dy otilmlj  litinK the food eaton the ayvtam ii noviriibed and ttia blood  tak������ on ��������� rlob rd eolor, Nen'f?uaneai li tndjr." \h' .cw;  ef the itaived nervci foriood," and *Hljcn* th* neryei r*  led bii nob tad blood the penon looien thoie IrrltabU lu\\  Intfa, ileepi well at tdfht and li refreihed in tlie mprnlrif,  ^  . ������'|ttn������lUf.V������<lwith*.uv*r*rt������rtou������ill.flit, %1iJ<'ti wineatiMU  p dlioM������roil ilomafili md liver." wtltw Un, Ja������. li. JJVfi.v, ct Wiihj  Imrn, T������nn��������� Woni* 8, llo* M, "All my Wendi thouelit I would die anil  th������ best iih������ilck-ii ������4ve m������ up, I wm odvlsed to try Dr. ri������������ ���������  ("oldon M������<lfc������l Illicovory, and durivod mneli bunetlt fiwm wm������. ������</  fim _nlrun nolai.ar,Itlitulbaeomo tockrjnlo lint noutlnit.*f*uutd������f*V������  i, but DrL Pierce ��������� mwllolne line done mucn /or me ant}  ������<!  ., n, Irvhr.Y, Eui.  a pMttnont euro,  I WiW/ UWthhk  _  _- ��������� .     ._ ,.  .urther adftie elllnr neople to Uko Or, rieree'i medlclnei lief ore llielf  .u  Uti  feed It." I heeitlly advlw Ut \m a������ ft *t>rinir tonlf, ai*4   Ulna rieoBle t������ Uko Or, Ploree'i medlclnei liefor*  ti_vt> tun iu luntf Uul Uictu l������ i.o iluitcu w w iuic4.  Or. Plaret'a Medioal Advlaar, SO atampi, ta pay (or wrarpinf and mailing only.  i 'CF',  THE OT.WS. CUMIITGWMND. B. CL  rartyjyjtfff  |y|l������ i|i t*iwfli������ittii������li������ti������������������*et������>t^^������wft..tw|fc#������������o,������-������������iB^  Foe pr  i  SHIP CARVING.  Friend It Waa  to Be  By, CLARISSA MACKIB  Q<������������������������������������������������..������������������..������m������������������0..������������������"������������������"������-������..������-������-������"������"������"������������������O  Bad luck had followed .Too Tebble for  three years���������in fact, ever since he bud  tired of tho monotony of supporting  his wlfo and her father on his wages'  as a cattle herder nnd hnd suddenly de-  aorted tbem to follow tbe call of bis  old free life.  He bad simply disappeared, to let  tbem think what they would,of bim.  He had left nil the money that bo possessed except n single silver dollar, nml  be bad used bis own horse to ride  away from tbem.  Und luck hud followed him In bin  roving*. Ho had been unhappy in his  freedom. His heart nched for the  sweet companionship of Gertrude, his  wire, nnd for tho placid philosophy of  tlie'go'od nnlurcd old mnu, her futber.  Today ho was riding down a ravine  among the Tepee Mils. Once more ho  was free. He had discharged himself  from n ranch, ou tbo western fsido of  tho watershed and was riding forth on  one of those strange, restless quests for  new scenes which had become a habit  with him slneo ho hnd deserted bis  wlfo. Happiness bo never expected to  regain.  He drew rein thero and looked  through an opening dowu upon a pleasant alluvial plain dotted with "cattle.  A low adobe ranch house was there,,  surrounded by barns and a corral".  Brooke wreathed up from a chimney.  It looked very peaceful and pleasant���������  tbe sort of bomb be nnd Gertie had  football entered his room, and be waJ  conscious that some one was bending  over him, .    An Art That Went Out With the Old  "Well, stranger." said a deep, reso- ' Wooden Warships,  uent voice,, "I reckon you're awako ���������    An  almost  forgotten  profession  la  now?" Lthnt of ship carving.   For many con-  "Who are you?" was Joe's hurried j tu ties, down to the beginning of. tbe  question. J nineteenth, the ornamentation of ves-  There was a little pause before tbe! sels, especially1 meu of war, was pro-  answer came. "My name's Smith. I fuse. Intricate nnd florid. The carving  Why?" ., ! on the United States line of haltie  "Nothing, only I thought it Bounded '.ship America, launched, lu 1782 and  .-like-somebody I used to know." j presented to France,- will glvo some  murmured Joe, sinking back upon hla, Idea .of the extent to which this waa  pillow. carried. ..  I       CHURCH STEEPLES.  ������s������ T*^ "J 6������-kS ������v-  uid ma i-aob in nia hands.  planned before. A lump enmo into his  throat, aud ho brushed his brown hand  ���������cross bis wet eyes. Then bis young  face sank Into thoso stern, brooding  lines thnt bad replaced tho old careless expression.  Joo Trlbble, as ho called himself, rodp  on. A few yards farther on his horse  stumbled nnd fell bo suddenly that Joo  was pitched over his bend, to fnll in n  crushed heap among somo rocks. Ho  lny very still, whllo tho borso scram-  bled to his feet, sniffed nt I1I3 mntlor's  unconscious form nnd then limped awny  for nsststiiuce, whinnying pitifully.  Joo opened hla eyes upon darkness,  There wns a bnndngo ovor his'eyes, nnd  he could boo nothing, but ho know that  lie rested upon a sort bed. A large cool  linnd tonched his wrist, nnd a linger  prossod upon his pulse,  "Doctor," Joo huskily \������.lspered.  1 "AW-tl" said a mellow voice,   "Coming around, nro you?   Keel pretty well  liniiged to pieces?"  "I'rolty sore," admitted .Toe, "What's  tho mnttcr with my eyes?"  "You fell on a lot of broken rocks  and got somo spllntors In your eyes.  You enn't como Into tho light until  they've henlod up n y,������lt, Nothing to  worry nbout; mere scratches. You have  got n broken nnkle, though."  ���������'Whero iam I." waa Joe's next question.  "At a ranch closo by tlio spot when  your horso throw yow. Pretty Intelligent boast, that horse! Camo llmpltio  down hoi o to tbe ranch nnd utmost told  Mr, Smith w^int had happened. You  enn bet he's well taken enro of tool"  ������Poor old Starbrowl" murmured Joo,  I'lten, turning io tlm d-x'tor, be u������Ud  In a low voice, "Whero cau I stay-  here?"  ������������������Ob, yos! You can't bo moved until  your nnltlo In better," snld tho doctoi  Tho doctor left tho room, nnd -Toi  hrard hlra tnlklug to aomo ono in an  other room, /i'hero wero other yoloon  tbat Boomed to vibrate strangely on  111. bonrlng. Whnt memories of th������  pant thoy retired! Whoso voices did  tbey resemble? .  CTa tormonlcd himself with then*  questions until he fell nalccp fron-  a beer exhaustion. Ho was awnkenoV  iftrr a refreshing sleep by tho souhf*  of a pump bandlo creaking outside.  Shortly afterward a henry, dcllborati  ��������� "I wonder If you wouldn't like me to  help you outer'those clothes you got on  and get you Into bed In a decent way?"  weut ou the voice, and when Joo gratefully assented the owner of tho volco  helped him with a woman's tenderness  to undress and clothed lilm In clean  underwear und a cleuu.coarse nightshirt.  "I'm mightily obliged to you, strati,  gor," murmured Joo drowsily as he  sank on his pillow'after swuMowing a  cup of hot broth.  "You're welcome.". Raid the other  solemnly, and, tiptoeing out, he closed  the door.  Joo did not awake again until tbe  next morning. Ho knew that tbe windows were wide open, for be breathed  the fresh, sweet air, and he could hear  the soug of birds. His eyelids felt  very stiff and sore, and he was grateful for the bandage that covered them,  Air. Smith came In presently and,  after u pleasant greeting to the injured man, bathed bis face and hands  and brought somo breakfast to him.  Joe bit into a hot corn muffin, and  his hand fell upon the counterpane.  He turned bis blindfolded eyes toward  tbe stranger.  .'Who made these muffins?" he ask.  cd in a choking voice.  There was n hesitating silence before Mr. Smith replied. Then. "My  daughter mado them." he replied.  "Your daughter! Why���������who���������excuse  me," stumbled Joe. "but they are Hko  those my wife makes, nnd I never tasted any others like "em!" He,hastily  resumed bis breakfast, und tho portion  of his face below tbe bandage glowed  redly.   " i  Mi*. Smith said nothing.  'When1 the doctor appeared ho de-  clarod tbat Joe bad a little fever, and  he changed his medicine. Once more  Joe heard three voices In consultation In the next room., He could now  recognize Smith's voice and that of  the doctor, but tbe third ono was that  of a woman, pitched low and soft, and  eluded his searching mind.   '  "Whero have 1 heard that voice before?" he asked himself again and  ngnlnas tho days passed by, but'the  nriswer_dld_not_come���������thcti,^ : *_-  During those long-days and nights  of pa lu and' helplessness Joe Pebble  hnd leisure to think over what he had  done, and he resolved thnt when be  recovered thnt he would' go north  again and endeavor-to become reconciled to bis wife and her father.  The thought of this coming Journey  did much to hasten his recovery.  Ou tho evening of this .particular  3ny-a'Sunday It was-he lay thero  alone, In the room. Presently Smith  camo In aud talked to him. They,  talked on various matters, nnd finally  Joo told him about his former llfo In  Wyoming and ended by confiding his  Bin to tho old mnn. ,He told It all���������of  his wild longing for freedom, how ha  hnd fought It for dnys beforo making  up his mind to leavo his wlfo and.  how, after tho Irrevocable step had  been taken, of tbo rcmorso ho bad,  Buffered.  "I think of them two helpless ones  day and night," ho groaned. "Whnt  hns become of them?' A coyoto  wouldn't hnvo acted menner'n I did.  Don't God ovor glvo folks n cbauco-to  make good when they've Binned?"  Tho-elder mnn did not answer for a  long time. Then he aroso and bent  over tho bod for a brief Instant. "I  bcllovo he docs, sou; 1 believe ho will,"  ho'said solomnly, nnd Joo henrd III in  pass from tho room and closo tho door.  From tho room overhead ho henrd  tho murmur of voices long Into tho  night. Thoy woro talking whon ho  -Toll nslofyp, nud onco ho stnrtcd wide  nwnko been use he thought ho heard a  woman's sobs, "Don't cry, Gertie; everything Is nil right," ho murmured  i_������"owslly nud went to sleep ngnin,  Tlio next day tho doctor camo and  removed tho bnndngo.  After tho doctor had gono .Too wnit-  cd Impatiently for Mr. Smith to como  In. IIo wns engcr to see the fnro of  the mnn who hnd been so kind to him,  All nt once a bulky form tilled tlio  doorway, nnd Mr. Smith's slow, deliberate slop approached tho bed, lu tlio  dim light Joe's engcr eyes did not nt  first rccognl/o him; then ho nnt bolt  upright In bed and Blared with-whitening face Inlo tho kind, forgiving eyes  of-bls.fatlicr-ln-law,  "Pathcrl" ho murmured brokenly and  hid bis fuco lu his hands.  "Son"'1 snld tho older mnn solemnly,  nnd ho laid his I)nnd upon Joe's dni'lc  luilr In tho old fnmllliir enress, for  tho two hnd been vory fond of onott  oilier,  "11 Im liceu $ou ail liluugf" ahUxl  Joonfiei'twlille.  "Yes," said the other. And In a few  words bo told the repentant mnn thnt  after his desertion tlortrudo nnd lio  Texas to stnrt nnow. Tho old mnu  hnd f) littlo monoy, with which tio  bought iho rnncli," They lindjiororet-  peeled to seo Joo again, When tboy  recognized him In tho Injur1.d stranger  whom' Stnrbrow bad led thorn to they  hnd hastily nssumed tbo.nnmo of  Bmltb for tho time being.  "And tlertrude?" asked Joo brokenly.  "Can sho remember mo and believe mt  lo hecomo what she's worthy of?"  "I'm here, Joo!" camp (Jertruda'i  volco In answer..  The figurehead wns s female figure  crowned wllh. laurel representing  America. Tho right arm was raised,  pointing to heaven. On the left arm  was a buckler wllh a blue ground carrying thirteen stars. On the stern, of  tbe ship under tbe cabin windows appeared two largo Ogurea In bas-relief  representing "Tyranny" and "Oppression" bound and bleeding on the  ground. On"the back of the starboard  quarter was a large figure of "Mars."  'On tho highest part of the stern appeared "Wisdom" and above her head  an owl.  Philadelphia furnished not only the  greatest ship designer to the United  States, but also the best ship carver In'  the world, William Rush. Jn this field  he was without a rival, and to a won-  derful technical skill he added -an artistic sense of beauty and genius for  composition.  He wns tho first carver to give an  Idea of life and motion to a ship's figurehead. Encb of his figureheads was  either the lifelike representation of n  person or somo symbolic conception  expressed .In exquisite carving. His  most noted productions were '.'Nature"  for the Constellation, the "Genius of  the United States".for the frigate of  thot name and "The River God" for  tbe East India ship Ganges. These figureheads were nine feet blgb and  could be removed for repair or tn ac*.  tion.���������Harper's Weekly.  Peak  STORIES  OF  0.  HENRY.  V Promised Visit and tho Droll Way It  Was Evaded.  And    the    Ancient   .Mountain  Shrines of the Storm God.  There Is a theory which finds the j   Wberc-rer one goes one hears a story  spiro  of the  New  England meeting IB' the late ������* Henry, the writer.   Ev-  bouse lu tho mountain peaks ot Ara-; tr������ oue *n magazine circles hereabouts  bla.  knew bim, and most bad bad a per-  Tracing buck the process of evolu-!,onal experience or two. Somehow ev-  tion, we come tlrst to Loudon, where ��������� trl Btorv illuminates tbe man. They  tho clean sweep of tlie great tire, gave  Sir Christopher Wren bis'opportunity  to experiment In steeples, and then  Venice, where the campanile is a shining examplo of .a tower beside a  church, but separate, from it, and then  to Alexandria, where tbe famous lighthouse on tbo Isle of Pbnros contributed to the religion of Mohammed both  the form and tho mime of tbe minaret,  nnd then to the tower ot Bubel nt  Borslppa and the zikkurats of tbe  temples oflbbylonla and Assyria. A  Klkkurat is a uuge qnadraugular mnss  1 are not merely humorous tales, but  through tbem one catches a glimpse ol  bis characteristics, ills broad humanity  Dr his geuero**lty.or his love of the city,  Robert H. Davis, the magazine man, related that on one ocensiou   bo  went  it-vlsiting with 0. Henry down on Long  Island.  "It"was n very hot day." sold Davis.  "Wo bad climbed an everlasting hill,  Another greater hill stretched befor������  us. Tho sun was a disk of bruss, uud  dust and heat and clicking insects rose  from tho ground.   We sat on a fence tu  A  SARTORIAL TRAGEDY.  Tho Lady Accepted a Flower and Lost  Her Beautiful Figure.  In London Truth of March 8, 1877,  Henry Labouchere told this story of a  toilet calamity due to the feminine  fashion of those days:  At a dinner party given lately In  Paris one lady was remarked above all  others for tbe elegance of her figure  and the perfection of her toilet During the mauvaia quart d'heure beforo  dinner she was surrounded by,a host  of admirers, and one less bashful than  tbe rest ventured, to' offer ber the  flower from his buttonhole.. It was  accepted, but as the "princess robe"  -wor_-~by-th0"g.aceful-creature~wa9-  laccd behind it was necessary to fasten the flower to" the front of "her  dress with n pin, Tbe operation was  successfully performed, and the fair  lady wn's led in to dinner by the donor  of the flower. They were hardly seat-;  ed when ho heard a curious sound like  tbe gentle sighing of the wlud, nnd ou  turning townrd his partner he saw  with horror that tho lovely figure wa_|  getting "small by degrees and beautifully less." Tbe rounded form hud dls-,  appeared before tbe soup was over,  and long before the first entree tbe  once creascless garment bung In great  folds nbout a scraggy framework! It  seems that tbe' newest dresses for  "slight" ladles aro mado with air tight  linings.and inflated until tbe required  degrco of embonpoint Is attained. The  unfortunate'lndy mentioned nbovo had  forgotten this detail when she .listened  tho fatal flower to her'bosom with a  pin; banco the collapse,  of brick, rising lu diminishing stories- , rest*  as a child places a big block on tbe ;   " '.r,3 tb������re flnTthln8 e,se l can Bhon  floor and puts a smaller one on it and ' ^orxl' I nskort n.Im.  on that a smaller still���������and ascended Ye3-' Bnld nelir-r' wIp,ng bls *orfr  by a winding balusu-aled stair to a   ,,end'    'Show ule u rclurn tlcket ,0  shrine on top. i Ncw Y������rk*'  This, according to tho theory, was I    "0u one 0(-c-**R-0** *-e ������������������'���������d promised to  the ritual equlnnfcnt of a mountain.     !>peud the wcek oud wiln (illm������" Ual1  Into the flat lanls between'tbe Tigris i at b,s country place In Jersey. Mr.  nnd Euphrates came tbe ancestors of i Hal1 hnd lnvitod him BOVerai tlmes'  the Babylonians and Assyrians out of ! SVhon Heury flnally acccl1ted IIa" Cav������  the mountains of Arabia. There tbey  hnd worshipped tho Btorra god, who  dwelt upon tbe heights among the  clouds, with' whom they communed,  like Moses, by climbing up and making  their offerings and saying tbelr prayers upon tbe summit. '- And because  there were no mountains In their new  him tbe most precise dlrecllous.  "Take a 8 o'clock train on Friday  afternoon,' said Mr. Hall, 'and I will  meet you with the carryall at the station.*  "At 11 o'clock on Friday morning Mr.  Hall was called to tho telephone In hie  country home. The boy nt the railroad  country they erert^Tw^eMw temVi������tnUon droningly Informed hlin that  pie a little mountain In tbe yard. r.hero was H tel������8lflm for him������ sISned  Thus the zlkkurat. and then tbe inln  ' '"  a  a ret, and then tbe campanile and tben  tho steeple of tho parish church.���������  George Hodges In Atlantic Magazine.  Care of tho Skin.  When the complexion is sallow or  thero Is n tendency to spots and blotch,  cs facial massage will do much to Improve matters. This massage Is roost  effective when It follows steaming or  washing tho face In hot wnter and  can only bo done at night.  Dip the tips of the lingers In n good  cold creum nnd rub it Into tho Bkla  wllh a gentle, clivnlur motion, taking  cure to stroke n.ross, not down on.T  lines that exist, and not omitting tbe  hollows' about tlio eyes and nose.  Stroke upward from beneath tho chin.  This tends to reduce a doublo chin  and round out a thin face.  Mnssuge until the Inst Iraco of cream  has vanished. In the morning baths  with cold or tepid water .and dust with  prepared oatmeal, which "prevents redness and roughness.  This massage Improves the clrcul*'  tion as well us cleansing the skin, but  one must remember that It Is necessary to have good health before on������  can bo sure of u good, clear complex*  ion.  Diet hns a great effect on the appearance, so if tbe skin is oily it is necessary to nvoid nil rich and greasy food.  Wiping tbo face occasionally' with diluted enu de cologne is beneficial In  the case of nu oily skin, and lemon  TANGIER  ISLAND.  O. Henry.'  "���������Readlt'commnndedMr.Ha!l,and  the boy's sleepy voice buzzed over the   J.      _ ______ .._ , ,_ ��������� _  Where the  People  Do  Without  Jails,  Lawyers, Horses and Cow������  There is a little Island in Chesapeake  bay,   125  miles  south ' of  Baltimore,  where the  world has stood still  for 11_ subsequent"talks."-New York Let-  wire.  " 'New York/ he read. 'Twenty-third  street substation. Western Union Telegraph company, 10:30 a. m. Addressed,  Gilman Hall. Far Out, N. J. Dear  Ball���������I have missed the 3 o'clock train,  Signed, O. Henry.'  "Neither Henry nor Hall ever referred to the telegram or tbe evaded visit  A City of the Dead.  .Bath, from which city Dickens, carried awny tho Immortnl nnmes of Pickwick and Suodgrnss, holds relics of tho  m'nstor. Ills tobacco Jar nnd beer jug  are still piously preserved nt tho Saracen's Hend. But, though Dickons wroto  gloriously of Bnth, ho never really  liked tho place.     '  "Lander's ghost,goes nlong tho, silent  streets hero beforo me," ho writes In  1803, ��������� ��������� ��������� "Tho plnco looks to me  llko n cemetery which tlio dend hnvo  succeeded In rising and diking. Having built streets of tbclr old gravestones, they wnnder about, senrcely  trying to 'look nllvo,' A dead I^'uro."  Read Only Women Author*,  Mlsnndry occunlonnlly hns Ha uses,  A Jltisslnu lndy, Mine. ICnlssnvuff, who  died In 1001 iu St, Petersburg, would  not allow nny book written by n mnn  to onlcr hor house. Rho wns, however,  a voracious render and wealthy oiiougb  to satisfy her cravings In this direction. On her de������th her library was  found to contntn nearly 18,000 volumes,  ill written by women. Tills wns snld  tit the tlmo to be tho most extensive  .olleotioti'of this'kind ovor formed.  more than a hundred years. Tangier  Island Is five miles long aud much less  than a mile wide, but moro than 1,500  people Jive on it There is only one  street, nine feet wide, without side-  walks, and the houses are all built  nlong this street with narrow canals of  tbo deep water of the bay between  each two houses. There is only one  church, presided over by .a Methodist  minister, and ouly one" doctor, and  thero is no cemetery, the dead of each  family being buried in the yard. There  Is no newspaper, no Jaih no lockup and  "m>~lawyers~hwniny^eed_~f6F^thei__r  Everybody is deeply religious, and profanity is punished with "a fine imposed  by the deacon of tbe church. '  The.men go fishing and crabbing tn  6iiilboals enrly ou Monday mornings  and do uot come home until Saturdays,  when they have marketed their seu  harvests in towns on the mainland.  There are no gardens, no horses or  cows, but plenty of chickens nre raised. Fuel Is supplied' to the Islanders  by stoops, which como very month or  so loaded with wood nud anchor off  Tangier, sending small boats piled with  cord wood and kindlings to every house  by means of the little cnnnls. The women wear sun bonnets nnd go barefooted, nnd there is an orgnn In nearly  every home. Tangier wns first settled  by whlto people lu 1000 nnd before  thnt time wns occupied by the Indians.  -Exchange.  ter to CinclnnntbTimes-Star.  Hie Rare Old Painting.  Speaking of fake antiques and forged paintings an art amateur said:  "There Is an American who bought  a Raphael in Rome some years ago.  The Italian law,prohibits the exportation of masterpieces, and the American  bad the happy idea of getting the  Raphael painted over. This was:accordingly done. The rare old pa luting  reached New York in the guise of a  modern_sno_w_scene.   "Then the restorer, under the watch-  ful owner's eye, set to work on it  With a sponge dipped in turpentine he  proceeded to rub the snow scene off.  He sponged it off readily, but be  sponged a bit of the Raphael off; too-  and, behold, underneath the Raphael a  portrait of Marconi was revealed."���������  Washington Star.  Barring the Evil Spirits.  The Chlueso bcllovo thnt evil spirits  nro able to move only In straight lines  nnd thnt they cannot penetrate through  Bolld matter; therefore the problem of  keeping them out of a dwelling or a  garden seems to them a slmplo matter.  On passing through tho entrance of the  ordinary mlddlo cluss homo In China it  Is necessary to turn to tho right or left  because of n fixed screen, tho purpose  of which, according to Popular Me*  chnnlcs, Is to keep evil spirits out  Likewise Just nt tho bnck of tbo cu-  trance to a walled gnrden mny sometimes bo found another wall creeled  for tbo samo purpose. ,  Oamal,  The word "bnnzni" Is tho JnpnnoHt  cry of Joy, victory or applause. It Is  tho onuivnl.nt of tho Rnkllih "hurrah,"  tho Fronch "flvo" nod tho Ocrmaii  "horti." The word received Its tlrst  marled promlnonco In our part of ������io  world during tho itusHoJiipiUioue war,  throughout which historic struggle'It  was beord op ninny triumphant Ileitis.  " Great Expectations-  ���������"Your son appears uj tie u *������*owti|_ uau  of grcnt oipectntloiis,"  "Vos. He puts In his spnro tlmo writing speeches wblrh ho will hnvo to deliver nt tho Inylng of cornerstones  when hu becomes |iro8ldciiL"--C'hlciigo  Itecord-Hc-r.nld.  Lev* Matches.  "I nrgncd nnd wrangled obout lovo  mutches with Miss Mario Corelll one  wholo day In her old fashioned Stratford home," mild a prominent woman  mngazliio writer, "but sho rather got  tho better of mo at tbe end with am  epigrams  "'Sho who ninnies for lovo,' Miss  Corelll snld, 'enters heaven wllh her  cyv*. shut. Sho who mnrrlos without  love enters hell with them open.'"  Mixed Metaphors.  "Jorklns certnInly did get nil mixed  up when somebody asked If ho hadn't  soma unpicnimut family secrets hidden.*'  "Whnt did ho my?"  "llo sftld ho wns rendy to admit his  family hnd their skeleton In n closet  mid would mako no bones about tt ol*  thcr."   Dattlwore Am.rHln.  Tho Dutch at Church.  Men still wenr their bats In church  In mnny parts of Holland. Moreover,  smoking in church Is not considered  Irreverent by tho Dutch when service  is not in progress, and the ministers  themselves Indulge In this practice.  Altogether, according to n recent visitor, "the Dutchmnn hns n-very com-  fortnblo form of religion. You keep  your hat on In church and that saves  you many a chill; you tnlk freely nnd  In your nnturnl voice, not in a whisper; you hnvo a ncnt housemaid In a  whlto enp nnd. apron (nnd nothing Is  moro clennly and charming than n  Dutch servant mnld) to show you to  your seat or to offer you n chair; you  hnvo nlco drnb pews of pnintcd denl nil  nround you nnd a cheerful two decker  pulpit abovo."  8low Development In the Child.  Remembering thnt llnlzne, Wnltcr  Scott, Daniel Webster and the grant  educator, Froebel, wero counted ns  dullards In their youth, (ho Importnnco  of allowing certain minds a slow development is manifest A child who nt  fourteen is learning numbers mny nt  forty composo a grcnt epic or discover  n new clement. Through tclndorgnrlcn  methods, miinunl training, physical  nnd Industrial exercise, dnnclng nnd  mllltnry drill, tho attention Is arrested,  (ho slumbering mind Is roused, tho  wandering will bo recnllcd.-Rhetn  Chlldo Dorr In tlio Century.  poses. A few, drops of ammonia or a  pinch of borax in the water with which  the face is washed is also helpful.  If there is a tendency to superfluous  hair ou the face care must.be taken  what cream Is used. The continued '  use of peroxide of hydrogen will lighten the growth, but nothing permanently removes the hair but electrolysis.  A good plan, however, for those who  cannot afford this method'Is to,persevere with the use of peroxide, applying It several times daily,nnd placing  a littlo pad of cotton wool damped  with the peroxide on the place affected ut night.  This weakens tbe growth and makes  It easier to remove the hair with  tweezers, au operation which must  also be repeated dally, but.for a time  Is effectual.  These  methods  need  pc"rsevernnc_,  and they do not effect a permanent.,  cure.    But It Is worth while taking"'  trouble^to reduce~_uch~adlsfigutlu*j���������  and trying affliction.  It Is quite easy and far more economical to make one's own creams  and toilet mixtures. And, for another  thing, one can then be sure thnt all Ingredients nre harmless and of b..*t  quality only. ,.  Here arc some simple recipes.;    -\  A GOOD  MASSAGE CREAM.  Lanolin  *. 2',_ ounce*  Spermaceti  6    drama  Whlto vnscllna   ',. ounce  Cocoanut oil  2    ounces  S\v.ot almond oil 2    ooncea  Tincture of benzoin    i& dram  Melt the-first five Ingredients together nnd bent until tho mnss stiffens,  nddlng the benzoin, drop by drop, during this process. Violet or other extract can bo added If liked.  COLD CREAM FOR TIIE FACE).     *  Ounces.  Roiewater , I  Almond oil 4  fipel-macetl'. .* , _  White wax  ; 1  Mix as abovo with any favorlto per-*  furuo.  ���������a-.saw  Some Are 8o by Nature.  A corluln young mnn, who prided  himself on n bntsquoncHS thnt ho mistook for wit met nn eminent, but  touchy, sculptor at n studio supper. *  "So you're the chnp," bo snld, on  being Introduced, "tbut makes mud  tends?"  "Not all of them." tho sculptor ro-  tilled, QUlotly.-Voulh's Companion.  M.j*������. "  "no tried to. Itl������������ mo.   I can't under*  ���������tnnd It"  "Ncllber rnn I, dear."  "iou catt"-IVnr*ou'i Weekly.  Perlleue Comparison,  Wow," snld tbo profossor of astronomy, who was trying to ba cntcrtnln*  lng, "tho most beautiful stur 1 know  of Is"-  "Ho cnreful, professor,'' whlsporoo  tbo hostess, "tbo lndy to whom you  aro speaking Is a prims donna."-  .Washington Htnr,  A Cloud Mouth, ������  Xfnn !s & good denl like a fhti, Yon  kuow, tbo, llih would never tie! Into  ff������ry aeriens trouble If It kept Its  inouib fcbut  Speoulatlno and Gambling.  "Oongrntulntlous, old man. 1 bear  fou havo been speculating successful-  y."  "No; I. lost money."  "'i'lwt mi Weil, you ou^ht (o l>uow  bolter than to gnuibl������."-Kaosns City  Journal,      A Preference.  -   ���������-������������������ - ���������     i>������ r ...-.���������- ���������  Stair Climbing a Good Exercise,  The manner In which wo ascend or  descend Iho stairs determines whothor  or not we Bhiill feel rested when w������  reach tho top or completely wcurled  nnd douo up.  To go upstnlrs proporly Is good exercise, besides being excellent training  hi proper standing and wnlklug.  If wo labor upstnlrs wlih tho hend  drooping, shoulders stooping, knees  bonding und foot stumbling wo aro  getting ourselves Into u bnd habit  Hold up Iho head, throw out tbo  chest and placo tho ball of tho foot  lightly nnd evenly upon each step.  Wheu descending tbo hiuiio rules art  given, and If It Is dlfflcult nt fleet rnlue  the li finds as high ns tho enrs, but under uo consideration touch tbo banisters.  When tho foot of tbo stnlrs Is renobea  let tho himds fnll iiiiturnlly to tlie sides  and Htnnd sixty seconds.  Thoso aro tho rules which girls had  to live up to In n certain old fashioned school which turned out nuiuy graceful soclcly biidx yenrs ngo.  Tlio action (aught thorn to stand well  nnd bo deliberate, a hnhlt more of us  could cnltlvnto today with advantage  to ourselves.  Tho   contInunl   hurrying   produce*  Jerky movements which tbey elnlm tt  another word for nwkwordness,  liesldes, this lightly tripping up end  irnnornl ..nit nnd keep* n f>lrl who docs  not tnko up nthlellcs In good trim,  .    _ u    ������  Dainty Toilet Requlilte.     .  Milk of roses Is one of the dftJntleflt  of tollut r*fni!������1'on. dfi-ervlnu of n plsen  let.   Well, whut do you think of 1,7! ������m every cnrof.iily quipped Am*lng  Critical Frlend-I prefer SUkcspcnrc's, I Ml**   U b" a de.li.htf.illy sootblrji  Iloiton Transcript **������* Tn  \������ rt ������ '"E^^'ufiiffi  1   - intpd by wind, cold or henfc   Milk ol  roues Is Inexprmilvo nnd emdly pt>  Order tnd fnlsehood csuoot snbilrt  to.cibor.-Csrlvirt.  Ilepentsoci Is secoud mooMnrt.-P������  tiuuulcL  of the fnco f*el stiff nnd the ikln ti  Ariwu hn he tt with the milk of ro If.'f  ���������-JV,  v..  *���������'��������� '���������?%*���������  ������������������S������S1  ._..___ ���������        ...  rt-pi������qs-uejai?������-tfisa<^^^  >m$, ftfbf-B. eUM-BERtAltlD, BRITI6H ceL^MM___  -. -wjuvv wmwwi  -f'   tu%  mtmi uiu ii.iv.   ������jm_ii  -J_7S5K_Sa___^ ^   -C^saHSB^     .  --______.-.___.-,.��������� ^:_sj__K_*____������  SPECIAL SALE OF  LA Civ  CURTAINS,  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  .MA PR AS,  fVW*>'*AAAAAAA<V^V^  jV* A LIE NO\Y SHOWING the k.-t  assoc^neiit i f Jj-uoleuix* ���������> lit 50c  and (\i 1-2 q.r.ts per sqnaie yd, .p-ci.il  for pay-.Viy Wl c':'"'"''-' r,nc] ������"���������*? i'er B'i ���������">'[.  ~~ m;��������� '  MAP MAS, I  A full line qf Funii'lure, Heels,  .4     ART SATEENS k '   ' '       '  ������1 % Stoves, and Ranges always on  w'J I* or Pay \\ cs-k. %  fcrl      Mcl'iice Block,      Dnn.y.iuii.  Avenue,       Cumberland  Ui ������������������'       '          SV\o  -,-        ;___--____  ^_������0____.*__*_x^Ea^^'l������^ &J*  INC.  of    Teas,   Coffee,   Spices,    Salmon,  Dried and    Canned Fruits,   etc., * are  the best value and quality that money  can buy.     Try .them.  Th? Cumberland Departmental Stores have  a Full Range of these Brands in StocK.  9������^^y^*y^^>S^^)^^J������^S������ ���������������<? ������@#������S^>:^^  ������T*S  J  icycie  J4. Jlakanishi, Pwp.  -r-GENKRAL REPAIRING OF���������  | Bicycles, Sowing Machines,  Guns, Etc., Etc  Plumbing Bone,  nn'iianai a���������lanaiiMii* i   mi  <J a_r w  Cuinbi'ilaiKl  NUTICK  &    Union   \Vj\tcr  *������������������ orks Co,   Ltcl.  allowed  Sprinkling   will   be  nil* two ni<>bts   _   week,  v,5. >  NOTICE,   ���������  NOTIOl. IS, Hl-lpEBY GIVEN that  Tho \Ycllingtoa Collipy Rail\vay Company depoBitpd on i?tbi^u-y   iho   201),  ������������������<-,,-.,.,,, ,T        . ,m,... ���������������������,���������   r 19.52. iii the  Land Registry Office, Vuto.  rULSlh\ Y and I- IIIDA Y. from ^ ^ Q ( ; ^y ..^.^ fopy qf ^  7 to o o'clock in the (������V������;iin������. plan, profil. und book  of y.e___ci_cens ap  Leaky raps must   bo   at'encled  proved and enoctipn-d by tho Minister of-  JJiilways of ^io  Province,  F.biuaiy Ctli,  1912, of a Section of a propo.od   Uoo  of  . , fi  ���������f.'-^tiy f.?,n-  Tl.e  AYollington  Colliery  -vis-iiv pinino- uillit be sanction ! Company's railway near ^.eat  Rivor io  r" * l   L     " '        -���������������������������--���������   :SjaotiQ3 6,   A,  ToY(.nship  2,   Nelfio.n D. t-  i_d by the company. j j.*'cti B,Ci  from these through und over  Hy Orde:'. iij,eo'ioua 6, .v, andd, audi Lob  86,  Kelson  ���������     \V    NVv'v,   qpprelirv i Pis^ict: Aots ?2'I53< 1C9> 23,1'"247. 170,  113$, 136, 9-i,   134,  '_27,  22>S,   and    also  Cuinberland, l>.  y.. June   29th, ' ......  1/J12.  *~MrMT^^33tt'^W-X-^=Z^K<^~''3BMn!ZJ. ���������.-_,*_-���������������__���������������______(_������-_._--_._.  ���������<  LAN'IJ   ACT  Suvwaid Land Dist.ict.  to at (.met1.  Auv clninues or   additions  ^(-^tJVK^frVW^^ I-^_,,!_V������MIV,V^^^H<_^  MAROCCH! BROS    '  .GROCFRS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKQ  ������  ������  <^  Bicycles for Sale  aud Hire,  P.O. Box tfo  Local agent for  ' Cleveland, Massey-Hanis  juid Perfect bicycles.  '^eltplione 7-0 ���������  Agents for Pilsener lh'ewing Compiuiy\s l.HE^  '"**        \yholesale Dealers in all Kinds qf  0    '  \Viues a,ud l.iquo^s,  SECOND   STREET  iNrf������^ts-������^_^^i,W<V^^ **&*******3a*P*M?*^^  ___-,������3rTr_. ._u������ m mi ������������������������������������������������ '��������� _-_nw������w^ ������"__ "r*cw*^^'^3^!__^3__I^____i  Disinct of Coast.  ���������fAKIC NOTICE that, William Harrv  (;.ii ey '){ V.incoiiv.r, 15.. C-, occupa.tion  Lmker. inienci. u^yipply fca; penmsi.joi.  'd li-a-u the followinjj desciihed land/:.���������  ^.ivmnciiAiajj ,-a a po'-t pUmed at hi^h  n\t.i maik aLoul 40 chains east of May-  hcr 1'oint, Re:<d Island,, thence ea-.t 20  ciia iin thence so.uh 40 chains, t,hcnce  ttesi 20 chain's, thence nor.th 4-) chiins  tn p.i'iu of commencement contaiiiing 80  -ci'cs mute or less.  ���������=_, \\7 ll_M -vM^l IaRR-Y��������� HUU IcF.Y =  "'Na'm.g uT Applicant  Jeny Gcnazzie, Agent,.  Sec.io.a 3, Township 9, Comox District  U> Section 8, Towusbip, 9, Comox Dis-  net, IJ. 0., W-iingt^n Colliery ti ilwiy  Company by  W. L. COULSON,  President.  F. COMPTON,  S^crotary.  Ti  Oate May 2S.I1. 1912.  ra. jr=__f#t_ .-snT-.; T_r-_r._  Ft-rin Of Notice.  ���������n_-mi������yn___x_MH. jr=__f#t_ .-snT-.; _r-ir___^rar.v_xa-_i__K'������-W������-l������  Notice, is licrc^y given Mi at 3,0  il.ya nfLer date I intend tfi, aj'p-y  10 i!iq Jloiiouriihlo MinUtfrf cjf  Lands for a licons-'c to p.o.poct .for  you.1 and petroleum uivloi; tin fdr,(^-  s-liort; and undor thu water on lho:  l;inds in tuul opp site the fwllo,,;  iu������ d.f-eiiUd IimuIh siumto in Ru*  j,)f;rt Distiic: ConinicuciuK   :vl   a  j>.iHt j i-inli'd on \\w f.en bcieli at  liiuli wuter iiiittl. ul tliu intci'feciion  i.f yu,.lions 10 and 17, TnWinship I  11U-.12, Port M.-.Nt-ill, Uupeil \K$  ijiii.'i; iln'ncr1 nor*Ji c-igliiy chain ^(J  Uit'tice west i-i[i.li.y (hiim-HO^ilKjiicq  MMiib .ixiy-tu'o chains 02, inprc  ur lu. s to I i^li wiiier inaik on poulli  s-i-lc cf Pori'McNiill HhiIjoi ; tljence  ������1 s��������� c 11 >��������� i-kuifi shi-r.  li*ie l<)  pliiqo  , * r  l,iI   COIIlliit-llCC-lllL'lii.  Aiii'iin'.AU-TuimiijKJ!  Kraiiii.*' M . Toidiffn, Apcnl  l-).ilnl this Klh day of Aptil  1912  Vt0AM*-tA-*tM.i*%+tr-1**.i*Jar*-ji*U9ir~m>.^i*.���������  Kyrin Of Nolii'u,  N()tii'0 is' licivliy ojec-u l.hiil !!0  i!.-i)s iil'tor iluic ! ititcii'l t,o nrpjv  lo 1 lin H'niuiinihio Aliiiijitiir ol'  !,ninls for a lint'in-i* lo pro-'p.'i.'t foi  ijtiiil and puti'oli'iini under tho f'U'o  fllOlU iU\i\  I.IhU'I' ill'.' WIltlT on   t,lic  Ijiwl-i in nnd oppiisiti' lIn* l'ollov.'-.  ijip; di-t ci'ihcd laud 3 -it.11.1in in Un-  j cit !Ji aril,! :��������� (.''...iiiiioiit'iiij; nt it  post jilaiili il "ii,   ilu-  iM'ii livucli nt  u>. extension and improve-  i.ieut of; the buaiuess section of  our city we all appi,e.ciate,< \\Mii<di  i. as it. should Im, b\i,t we would  also like, to see, tli.e, re_ ulonti-1,1 por  tion enlarged and buproyed. ]f  011 r-col liery���������compau y-^ti ld-be-i n���������  cLk'c<.1 to build a miuibpr '0,t'' hou-  ?qs in or near the city it woul'l  add greatly to our prosperity and  \ye think h^iif lit the coinpanyv for  .fiuni-lies. uftcr all, are ������ho. source  ���������J'roin whiyh business houses di.*iiw  the hulk of th.eii: trade. We  trust that the potUiy.u f-oi warded  to Mr. Meliae will have the de-  i-iieil effect. It/is.to,"bo hoped tliat  Cuiiiberlaiid's. awakeniiio- niav he  a pennauent one and that she will  ,not lapse into a. '"It'p Van Win  ldn"**fileep,for ninny years 'oeon 9,  When the" new mineral v.-ater  1'ie'or.y starts in L'unib.erland,  t ie price of mineral water nianu-  fuc'iuvd.by me will be-50c a case.  (Signed) VICTOR HONQKA.  I'onn Of No 1 ice. ���������  Notice is hereby givwi that 30  : lays after datu I intend to apply  ro the H 'liourahlo Mini-Jtor of  Lands for a license to ptp.spcct for  coal and petroleum under-the hire  shore and iu,vle.r the water on. the  lauds in, ami opposite the follow,  ing described lands situate In Rupert. District*,���������C-on.ineucuig at a  post, planted on the sen bunch at  high \\-uter mark at the intersection o.f Section. 18 and 13, Town'  2, Port McNeill, Rupert.Distri.-.t,  thenee north >=i.\!y chains 60;  tiTc.ne9~ep"r~ti}vlTty cin\ins SO; 1  thence sonth sixty-live  chains Go;  LAND ACT.  Sayward Land   District.  TAKE NOriClv that  John   Stanis-  Inns Can oil, of New Yoik,  N. Y., orcti  p.itioo,  engineer,, intends    to  apply for  permission 19 purchase the follow inj,r de-  scfibed lands:��������� Commencing, at a post  planted at the S. W.   cornet- of Lot 550  thence   north . 40   chains,,  .hence  wa$t  22.76 chiins to the eiist boundary of Lot  548, thence south  along said, boundary  .10 chains thence ea .1   22.76   chains   to  ���������point of commencement containiny 91  .icies m.orc 01; less.  John Stanmslaus Caukqu.  Ri-bort Henry Chestt.ut, A.;cni.  Date May i.otb, 191a.  i_e!2 n.'-gl-l  (_<_������^_>.?-������������^x^������5)'_X5>s������������(������>������S)������   @������_)������������������������������^^������������_>������^._>������������s>������;������^  lll!lllllllllllllllllllll!llllll!!llllll!lll!!!lllll!llllllllHllllllllllllllllllllini!inillll|iillillllll^  a " 'I  Hicks & Lovick Piano Co* i  LIMITED. .  4       j  809 GOVERNMENT STREET, Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C    I  E_Z  HEINTZMAN'&CO'Y  3  3  1  S3  _2  more or let-s to high  water mail;  mi 'south  side   of   Port -del1. _i 11  "Haibor;   thence   wesierly. along  there t<> plaee of iVjininence'iient.  Pi-:knakp S. S1.KINOHTT  1'Vanci.s M Tordifte, Ajjeni  Dated this H. li day of Ap������il l'U-;-  t__-������Ti \mmam 111111 !���������_������������������ m       "in  n nr,--nrju_*r--_n-i___^'i=^___������������i  TKA(HUi:iyWxVN,TKQ,i\.rA'l.in  lo publie. school. Salary $"ii3U0  per mouth. Apply to Alex Si in  t-i'viile, Seeretary, Mi 11 to. B. C.  . ���������   LAND   NOTI-CE  Sayuaid Land Distnct  TAKE   KC.TiCE    that   Charles   C  Flynu, of New  Yoik,  N.Y.  occupation  clerk,   in,tends..to apply   for pcrniisi-ion  oq,j iq_|vn-rli.ise.__tl_e L)ilo_-ii!.,r   descii.bed  ' lands: ���������Commencinj. at a   poet  planted  7.2.4. chains east of the   S. \V. corner  0  ���������    and others, also  PIANOLA PIANOS -& ORGANS  VICTOR  VICTROLAS  and RECORDS  "Write us. for Prices and Terms  HICKS _ LOVICK PJAN0-COMPANY, LIMITED  rsr  ������  I  i  _=  m'  Lot  : 3������!  ;o,   thence   so-.iln   66.84., chains,  iliqnce west 30 chains, thence north 6.6,  84 chains, thence cast ;.,.) chains 10, pojnl  Dfcoininencement coni.iinii.__ 2.00 acr.s  more or less.  CllAKLKS, O'I'I.YNM.  T> Robert Henry Chestnut, A^cnt  Dale M.iv loth, 1912. . |  ju*l*_ iui.M  H  f|||l!llllllllllllll!llillillillllilinillinil_!!llllllll!li:illll!llllllllllillir:i!ll!llillllliil^  A\\\lllll!IIIIi;i:il!lllll!illlll!llllli!lll!lli;!ll!llilli!!HIIIIIIIIIIH!;illllllll!illlllll^  ������  Capital $3 200.000.. '��������� Kosoj-ye $7,200^.000  j  |j ^The-Royal���������Banlc���������of^ Ganada���������^1 =|u  'I DRAFTS   I.SSUED   IN   AJ\Y .OURUKNOY,   PAYAIU.K   Al'.L |  'I' OVER'   THE    WORLD. .1  _3 IB'  1'SPECIAL ATTE"NTIONT pai'l lo HAYINGS ACCOUNTS Aii.tru-M I  I   al hijdieet  Current Rates aliowid on I'-pnmt- of $1 and upwaui.. |'  I CUMBSBLANT1,. B   C, Branch, Cpcn Daily. |  I XJNION WHARF, B, C,   Sub-Brach, Cpen ThurBdnyo. |  1 D_ Mm MORRISON, Manager. |  Qrajnophone Needles for sale by  Chas. Scgrave at Ihe Mews office.  COURTENAY,   B. 6-,    Branch,   OjenDaVy.  WJV_. HOFP, Manager.  %||||||||||||llllllllllllilllllli:illllllllllllll!ll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil!llll!lll'llllllllllllUI"^  p������__������_������r_i������_r-._____������t_n_*\Bi_Twr_H____asrm_������__i_tWi_������������������������������������_���������_���������,������������������_ ������������������   iiPi!iin.Tii:i;i'!!i|;!ii!:::iM#  "ii1-* <"  P. phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  <���������l__.li  >'��������� alci' liiai!,   .1!    i.lu; il|t(-l,  11 <��������� 11 ol' SiTji-'iif. It; und IV, 'I'  :slii  ji 1 nud 'i,   port Mc'.uiill,  'own  Ru  |.ici'f I)--:net, thuiict' ni'i.ili ci^lit)  cj'fiiii!- 80; l linn civ cu4 ciijjhlv  i;hnlii> 80; tlil'iU'o HoiHli   scvi-nl)'  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  mm������������������ -���������Tumi mttit' " " -"*���������"-���������-^#_*-U-H������_in*_M*  CUMBERLAND,  BLwm*mmR{mmm  i'uil .\ i \- >.-1;' < 1 ���������' ������������������'!'i|"l  I'I'lV    .'H>''.!.-     ..M.i)'  t'oiuniviii'i.-nn'-ni  n.ciu'i' v,  ���������v,,K!.iS8  Buy Your Groceries and  Fruit  at  Our stack is always New and  Fresh,  We will open up in the new  Dallos bifck (next to the restaurant) -^out- Aug. 1st, with  a new st^fcof Dry Goods,  Men's Fw^^hings,   Boots &  I  '  '(!  '_  >*<M <*������*MWIM,������WH-'ft.iKt*  _  I  *  S_.ami_ao.u-ej. of. MINER AL WATER.  mmmtMurt  CUMBERLAND  wl m-mam * m im W4.nN_KJwiiww'a.i nwiw.' ��������� ���������.vg._t r-y** jtw* w  111111111111111= ���������^==  McRaej'^cton,, Hay man  =?_/. BO|_OHR=  <������arwHm���������_> am _m,-_ww_t.>'i  |< I'lUH'iH ;iN  Ijinto.l tl-js Ki1m1h4v of April 11(12,  KOKSAUC-Oiu'frfn.soliiiie  Inuiicli, 10 li. j>, i-u'^iiK;, 30 I'ecl  \\ inclu''- lou<>;; ;A tt, \������. tm, cabin  tf) hold a5 ji.is.stu^M.!., Aj),\ip.  Lji-tlatc Ijo, I.   '!.'<.. m ��������� < ;in hv ','h\'  i'.   Knqni'e!  f'll   11   !'������,t'f..s:,J'V.   :\  !i.PTa-rAUi!aw_W___^ j- jyrajj^wv-j^i������>v/./.w'-'^^"������*M������:i :tafi_t__^_^r-,"  W* *p^,<*a**������*jam3$2* .i*.t������rnHfir>i������v>S^iJ^:.'-'-������.f,'^;*.'W������A ������������������teS&yvF'/av:}  i___y -.iMX^XWiU t& 1$ 1  i^y^^w.mitm^ii!'A  //7 iii' V  y {k     i'~~v--^ -'���������-  l.you get it nt       PUMLEY'S      It's all night  p .1  i������__p���������������111.1-1 ������������������...a������nm^n"���������_���������"��������������� n������ "���������'���������Il "i _>_mm������i<������___������������������__���������������������������������___������������������<������������������_���������������  There's Cycling Satisfaction  in  a  The cyclist who invest.** in a '���������SINGICR" 'Cycle is anfu  from every point ot* view. The ���������������Sinjj'cr.',,Cyelo is a marvel of  modern meeiliiim.<.n- ami itn beauty besides. Including 11 ��������� e  "SMiger Ko.val" lor Uulles, we i-drnw lonv modal.v rnngiu{j in  price from U'.v    W'li'U' I'liiva ii,-������t i������)-u;t\.  THOS. PL1MLEY    \-  73<) YATfifi WrMP.rVE' vrCi.\>^IA? B. w.  I;    !


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