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MEN'S FALL SHOES ^Slater')���������First shipment has  arrived in the very newest in patents, tans, vice kid and  box calf from 84 to S6.50 per pair.  H  FOR  STOVES \  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  The OuDitorM SepartmBnt Stores.  GROCERY : BULLETIN  "-��������� >':JJk\ ,  fiMQITORD  We have the most up4o-date stock in men's soft, stiff and  sailor hats in correct shades and shapes.  r.uMn������i������w ���������  SIOiOfl-UEiSEft "& CO;,Iid:  i  PnoitJiiSl'  William Haynian,  Passed Away.  The death ouc-urred 'in   Vancouver on Monday   uioruiiig   of  William llayman, aged 55 years.  11 ri'fiidciit of   Cuinheiland   i'or a  uuinltor of years,    ile   wo'ut_ to  Vancouver several  weeks ago .to  undergo 1111   operation,   but   his  disease wns "f such  ft nature that  it failed to have the desired effect.  The deceased was   a   native   of  Nova Scoiiu, and   had   been   in  this coiuitry about thirty yiaVs.  The   remains   were    taken    to  ^anaiiuo for interment,  tho  funeral taking place on Wodnosday  from ���������the. Iioiiie of his brother- inlaw, Duncan Stewart, the   Rev.  Robertson officiiing.    Heicav  c8   ������ >on  and fivii  daughters,  \yilHain, Mv.s. John Slant, Misses IMioemic; Annie, Maggie and  Janet, nil of this city.  every good wish for Iho gro,vtli of  your cily and euueoes of your  Boiud'd efforte,  1 am y oil re vWy truly  It  B. McM-KKiNO,  KxociUh'o At;^\it.  It is full time that the howling  of intoxicated and half intoxicated men on our streets was  put a stop . to. They should he  taught to respect the law that  governs all civilized and self respecting com muni ties, and not  bo allowed to do as tlmy sweetly  please. Will the police commissioners oblige the public by giy  ving inctruction.s to that effect,  and what is better, see that they  aie carried out, It is no mark  of progress to have a lot of howling drunks on our streets.  Superintendent Harrison of  the Union & Cumberland- Water  Works Co., informs us that there  was i/5lbs pressure on. at the  night of the Union Sawmill fire;  not a poor.prossure, as was stated  in an account of the fire in a  Nauaiino piiper.���������-Insurance companies will please note this fact.  The sacred benefit concert held  in St. George's Presbyterian chrch  on Sunday evening, was a very  successful and enjoyable affair.  A large number were in attend-  anco,. The sum of between seventy, Ave and eighty dollars was  cleared, '  Magiu Baking lWdor, 12 or, tin, reg 25c huIo 20c  Small White Beans, reg 3 lbs lor 25c sale 4 Ilia for 25c  Speckled Beans, reg 3 lbs for 25c sale 4 lbs for 25c  .Ramsey's Sodas, 2 lb tin reg 30e sale 25c  Moone'y's Soda.?, 2 lb pails teg 35c sab* 25c  Parisian Bluing,  reg  3 pkgs for 25c s.\la 4 foi 25c  Liquid Bluing/ 2 pt bottles reg 25c now 20e  Queen City Calsup, pt bottle reg 25e  .now 20e  Blue Label Catsup,  leg 35c : ��������� ��������� now 30e  Bakers's Sweet Chocolate, 1 lb packet reg 35c"... now 30c  '>       Cocoa, I lb packet reg 35c ^ now 30c  Lyinjngtou's Coflee Essence,- reg 45c T now 40c  Canada Corn Starch, reg 15c ,, now 10c  Olympic Pancake Flour, reg 45c now 35c  Five lio-es Flower, 49 lb sack, reg $2 , now $J.W0  Marischino Cherries, 2 lb bottle reg G5c 50c  Columbia Lime Juice, reg 40c  now 30c  Life Buoy and Sunlight Soap, reg 4 for 25c. .now 5 for 25c  Granulated Sugar, 20 lb sack, reg ������1.50 now Si.40  Parisian Bluing,' ieg 3 pkgs for 25c sale 4 for 25c  "Wild Jiose Lard. 10 lb pails reg ������1,90. sale $1.75  ",  '   ������      ������     20 lb pails reg ������3.80 sale $M0  Phone 10  P. O.  Box 100  i  ,Tlio uillowiuj������ communication  was kindly handed us by Mayor  MoLtiod for imbiicilioir.  Miivor'M0L001I, Vrc-idont  ���������ilrtiud of Triulo,  Uuin'ierhinil, B. C.  "Oca r Sir', - -Folio wi rig my vIh-  'I [i\ "fiif-ilii'lt������?M������������ p\\\' ihwI tntnr-  vl.'w V:!'.ll Urard of Tirtd't 'on thf  5th Inhli.iUpurt U a lour of in-  B|ieotion of tie Tobplicmo Co'������  Hygti'in, and btudy of its   neccl������, 1  1 .       ' ,    . P   . .   1.    ...... >i,,     ,���������   In  tho execuMvoof iho cunpany, and  I fiol imoyou will wi,ih uio bo  p'.oiued to know that an -"nil night  vervico ia tq be oi>ttiblUI)ed at once,  tlmt In. il will Ui (fficlive ^ipttm-  ber lit vrox., and Ctunlenoy a������i  Well. Tliuifi rtill bo H miUl.it,'iT nt  etch ������-x<!li.tii^������'- Can.I'Oihu;d mid  (;���������,)������r ci������ ty .iit'd I have tuniUh'nce  in ^'li.-vin^ Ihtlt the bti."ti<M������ mid  :?:k.-M ��������� l.������n rt' *},���������>' <������y������rpii������������ will  fully jurtiiy   tlit*   new  to:������dttioni  Mrs, W. R, Thenl, of Cbilli-  vvtick, arrived by Sunday's boat  on a visit to her parents, Mr.  and Mrs. J. J Wier.  Miss Agues Frame arrived  liome.from Vancouver by..Sunday's boat.  Mr. and Mr,*;. D, Marsh arrived in town on Thursday last.  Mr, Marsh .has purchased V,  Mariuclli's rooming  house,   and  Tv.'.'.' drunkr who were pbit'od  in ''durance vile" on Sutur.lay  night, got tli.it ilry feeling, toward morning, that only a long  schooner or a good stui brandy  ai-cl soda m\\ satisfy, ..decided to  conic in reach of same by ma  king a break for liberty through  n barred window, which -thftj  had not ihuqU cUfllculty in gftiit-  "Thcy never ca'r.e biick.41  New Chemical Engine  Mr. Peters of the Warn Land  & Financial Co., of Nauaiino,  were successl'i',1 in placing the  Bentley Double chemical Jlro en  gino complete with fire tools in  Courtdnay. Thisis undoubtoilly  tho finest piece .of machinery for  its size and jmrposo over import-,  ed on the Island. It is a duub!e  chemical, and uan keep up aeon -  tinuous stream on tlio fire at.from  150 to 30011)8 pressure. Tbo 11111-  chino is to constructed that when  one tank which taken about twen ���������  ty-livc iniiutteH to empty, is done,  it can be reloaded inside of five  minuted, whilst tho olhor tank L  lii'ing einjitiod on the fire, thus en  suring 11 coiitinuouo stream being  pbtytwl dirllie fire. The material  and workmautdiip of tho engine  is of the   very; best,   Courtenuy  luw surely shovfiVthat she is pi'"-  grensive and alive to   the fact that  the   end  iliat'all public spirited citizens  nru working for, and that is a gcod  live up to-thf.lv.- town.  The boxing contest in Cumberland Hall on Saturday night, be  twoon Tex Foster and Cyclone  Scotty, was witnessed by a largo  crowd. A draw wns declared at  the finish of tho twelfth round by  Reffereo A.  llonald.  n ,',V   !Mi,\l|'titlfM!  aUdJiing  in"  If tlihl wentlier kfopa up.   thu  will liuvt! \iti<mcd Uio  camping season,  In" l������t  '1   f  Ok  ���������,���������^   "Harmony Bebekah Lodge will  hohl a grand dunce in Campbell  pMherd new store on Monday,  Kept. 2nd, fLnbnr Day) Tho  heist orelierttra to be obtained will  be in attendance. A good time-  is  imtic'pnti'd.    \;ov   partU'u'.ars  AW pOKllM'S,  TU- rtiucn* fidcttnlk conHn''tor  i������ unftiti^ ^"U.l jHtt^.vU^ and doing  good work,  Flower   Show   Never_bcforc.-h'as_the���������Agricul.  turnl Hall, Courte'nay, held   such  a beauteous   blending  of  blazing  brilliancy as was, exhibited  there  on Thursday last, under  the aus-  pices of the .Women's   Institute.  From *he bold and presumptions  Scotch thistle, to the modest', anH  almost human pansy, it was flow  ers, flowers,   flowers,   wild   and  tame.    Special mention should be  made of the   collection   of   wild  flowers by Master Arthur   Saunders, which attracted much attention.   There's a   beauty   in   the  common things   around   us,   we  often fail to sec-. The ladies of the  Institute are to bo congratulated  on the success of their iirst flower  show.    The only drawback being  that Plnvuis  poured  plenteously  both on Iho jiint and  unjust.'  It  is to be hoped that  the ladies will  continue the good   work  bo  well  begun, and that next year weather  conditions will bo moro favorable.  Rev. J, X.   Willemar   and   Dr.  "Orompton were very eflieient jud  gos.   Tho following is  the   pri/.e  lisi:-~Table Hoqiiet,   1st   Merle  Hullnlay;   2nd    Mm.   Saunders;  Nasturtiums, 1st Master A, Saunders; 2nd Miiiiu Halliday; Glad  iolas, 1st Mrs,   F.   X,   Dillmaii;  IIciboh, 1st Merle   lluliiday;   2nd  Mrs. R. McQuillan;   Dnhliss, 1st  Mrs.    Dillnihii,  2nd   Missi   hila  Grieve; PaiiHen, 1st   Mrs.  Ding  wall, 2nd Mrs,   Dillnmn; Fuehia,  Ut Miss  Ida   Carroll;  Petuniiis,  CARD,  We take this opportunity of  thanking the 0. & U Fire Department for its splendid work  at the.fire that recently destroyed  our sawmill, also those not connected with the fire department,  for their kindly and much appreciated assistance,  R. Grant & Co.  Mr. T. Bieklo. arrived on Titos  day night, from a visit to hit>  family at Victoria,  1st Mrs. Dillman; 2nd  Miss  Ida' ~  Carroll; Zinnias,   1st   Hodgson; ,  2nd Mrs Dillman;  Wild Flower,  A, Saundel-sT  ATtfters," 1st- MivT-  Dillman;2nd Miss   Ida   Carroll;  Stocks, 1st Mrs.  Jas.   MeKeinsie;  geranium,.1st Miss  Ida Carroll;  2ndMrs; ilodgson;   Begonia, l.-t  Mrs. Hodgson; 2nd  Merle Halliday; Special Begonias, Mrs.   AV,  Duncan;   Special    Sweet    Peas;  Merle Halliday;  Highly  recommended, Miss I.  Smith;   Geran-  iinn, Mi&s Ida   Carroll;   Hydrau.  gea, Mrs. Meu/.io.  Mrs. J W. Bryden and Mr-*.  H. P. Collis, who have spent the  past few weeks at Gartlcy Bea"h,  returned to their home in Victoria on Saturday last-.  Mr, E. W. Bieklo and Mi.������  Rva Bickle left, for Vancouver on  Wednesday morning. Miss Hick  le rocs to take a course at Mo-  Gill. Mrs Bickle and two children also left tor Nanaii'io,  K. H. Bird,   manager   of   T!u<  Canadian   Bank   of  Commer'v,  Nauaiino, and  family ���������arrived in ���������  town this week by  auto.  W. A. Wagonlianserof the Div  partmont stores, left by Wednesday'* boat for Vancouver,-"'  Col. Prior and party arrive!  in town on Tuesday from Victoria  by auto en route to Campbell Riv,  er.  The output ol coal from locaV;  mines for the month or July was  49,008 tone.  CAM PBELL BUOS., have juU opened a full range of thosr  exqiiisito Corftetn. for which they ate agents. They huvo eve-  ry eutiiuieneu in 'inviriug itiopi-uiiou oi" Kiimw;.  LadieB high claw "VASSAIl" S110K8 miule on tho latest  New Vorl: niudfls and from tho \w\ mnteriuls. High tan  buttone.l and laced tdioe* in patent leather and box calf.  Bros.  fe BBP  ���������mip  ���������w  wmmmmmm.  m  ?TIIK NEWS. "CUMBEItL'AND. 1*. tt  IN THE  By L. G. MOBERLY "���������'���������  Author "of  -Dtn and Another," "A TangM  Web,"   "Sin of AlUon Deer-  Ing," etcH etc.  WARD, LOOK  A CO., LIMITED  London, Melbojrne and   Toronto.  (Contlnuodi. ..  Airs. D.vfion Rave up to Richard Bev-  on the room which she called hjgr ���������don,  u delightful apartment looking out into  the giirdcn, nml devoted, as a rule,.to  work of every sort and kind. "Hero  Ucvnn was allowed to live in all the  artistic confusion that his soul loved,  and here ho insisted that airs. Dyson  should conic and sit, her needlework  in her hand, her work basket beside  her, her motherly face .silhoutted  against the window. She was glad  to fall in with his whim, during the  days following the murder, for she  saw that he had been,greatly unnerved  and was very restless, and she realised  (bat'.he disliked being alone, and that  if'she sat working beside him he  would be ablj to settle down to his  painting. His picture of Sir" Miles  had reached a stage when he could put.  a certain amount of work into it without tho presence of his model, and on  the day after his journey to London  to fetch his sister, he began to lose  himself ;once "more in the absorption  of his work, to Mrs. Dyson's no small  relief, .���������������������������''."..'  'They'll have to set this dear chap  free very soon,'' he said absently,  standing back from his easel to contemplate tlie picture after painting at  it silently for. an hour. "I shall Want  him again soon. Those eyes of his  and that very strong mouth want a  lot of careful work. It is a pity h-:  had such a rooted objection to being  painted as Sir Galahad. He is the  only man I have ever seen who would  have suited the part perfectly, quite  perfectly."- The dreamy voice stopped, he looked across at Mrs. Dyson  by the window. "^ man like that  is an asset to the world" he Avent on,  "you can't be with him for five minutes without feeling the better for it.  He isn't a talker, far.less a preacher; I don't know that he ever does  anything Out of the common���������but he's  euch a lot." - ,. *?  "And to be is so much greater than  to do,''. Mrs. Dyson answered, softly.  "Gobd lord, yes. :, The influence of a  ' man like Miles Hernesley is so far_  reaching as to be Incalculable. One"  could no more think a low thought in  that fellow's presence than you could  tell a low story. The soul of goodness looks out of his eyes.":,.  ~^^Yoii-are~making~it-look_oTi!rof"tlro~  picture's eyes, too," Mrs. Dyson answered, "how pleased his wife will be.  Isshe as charming as lie is? I have  not. met her.  "She is his fitting mate," the artist  replied, "but sometimes I. wonder  whether she has quite realised how  much his mate she is."  "But surely, if she married him,"  Mrs. Dyson was beginning, with a faint  surprise that this man of dreams  should have observed so much, when  he interrupted her.  "She married him���������yes���������but sometimes I'wonder whether she realises  that she' is���������the real Queen to his  King!"  The door opened softly, and Retty's  bright head appeared for a moment  in the doorway, but seeing that her  mother and Bevan were deep in their  conversation, she stole downstairs  again, and out Into the garden, to  carry out a purpose she had suddenly  conceived.  "I can't, bear to think of that poor  man, lonely and uncared for in his own  house, without anyone to put a flower  In his hands, or���������or to care" about him  nt nil," she said to herself, "and though  ���������I don't want to go thero at all���������I���������  think I ought,"  Her   vivid    nrl.lst.lc   temperament.  Specialist Did Skin  Trouble No Good  Very Itchy and Disfiguring,  Got a  Little Cuticura Soap and Ointment and Was Cured.  "For two mrnimerfi I BiifTorod with  nkin trouble on my arms, and on my  k'KB from my kneca down, My arma  wero badly disfigured, and I kept them  covered. It caino like the hlvofl. nnd  was yory ikihy. I consulted a npiioialiHt,  who ruvo mo modielno, oh well as on  ointment, but ficomud to do no good. It  was bojsinnlnK to appear on my face,  "I Kot a IIUlo Cutloiini Ointment  ami Homo ('utlcura Boap, Tho ilrnfc  toueh of Ointment Roomed to relieve,  nnd heforo tho Cutkiura Ointment wim  llnlHlmtl I wim cured, I have not tho  leant, hIrii of trouble, 1 think It would  have Hpreod over my wholo body if  Cutioum Honp and Ointment had not  ourecl mo. I am dellfthled with them,  imd do feel plnnHod to think I hiivoHomn-  thlng I have confidenro in, I tell all  my friomlH about litem, nnd I think  Culloura Ointment, is tho boat I ovor  paw." (Sl������nwl) M. J. Hoddy, 73 McCuul  fit,, Toronto, Dec. 22, 1010. n*  Cold-Soro Began to Heal With First  Use of Cuticura Ointment.  "Cuticura Ointment, cured it very  hud oold-Horo that j;avo mo honro of  Hevcrn piitn and Iohh of nleep. I tried  Jola of other ivrnnrties but. nothing did  me any xood till 1 tried Culloura Ointment, and from the very flr������t niip'kU"  f...    ,. t,-..    ,������������������/   ,,V.k.   tkiiM    .,urt    ������,htH1   l.l  not even u wnr lyU." (fllijnwl) Mrs. Wi  Jl������������'W,.,.;errnftkn',armlP.K,l.,./nn.8,,ll.  >��������� Tor more than a (jonr-ratlon Cuticura  Roup nnd Cuticura 0 in I merit liavo  atlurdcd tho uncoil ic*t, unfeHt and moot  economical treatment for Hkln and Renin  troubles, t,f young nnd old. Although  they are nold by rlrtw/rlfltH nnrl dealer*  everywhere, a liberal Kumplo of eueh  may he obtained'free, from the Potter  J)nif' A- f'lioni, Corp,, TO|r; piU(w��������� 67  ColumbuH Avo,, lioeton, U, B, A.  her abundant vitality, made her  shrink, as all such natures do, from  contact with death in any form; but  her tender heart ached for the dead  man in the cottage across tho common  and finding Bevan absorbed in'Work  and talk, she made up her mind to  do what she had planned to do alone.  She moved to and fro along the paths  of her mother's little garden, gather-  lag here a tall white lily, there a rose;  and presently, with her hands full of  flowers, she passed out of the gate,  and along the, narrow lane that led  to Denis Tritton's house. She walked,  quickly, possessed by the desire to do  her/errand with all possible haste,  and come home again; and her limbs  were trembling,, her heart beating  fast, when sho stood at last beside  the dror, through which she had so  often entered whilst sitting to Richard Bevan. For a long, long moment she paused on the, threshold, almost overcome by a sick dread of  what.sho-would see within, frightened by, tho very si lenco of the house,  by the look of the closed windows  and their drawn curtains.  I wonder why people think they  must shut away all the light and  fresh air directly death comes into  tho house, she reflected; when I dio  I hope they will leave tho windows  open, and let the sunshine and air  come In. I don't believe the poor  people who are dead want'to be shut  up In tho dark.        ���������  She looked round upon tho summer  landscape, Hooded with sunshine, then  back again at the silent, shut up  house, shivering a little because of  the stillness. She knew the place  where the back door key was always  hidden, under tho creepers that grew  about the kitchen window sill, and  drawing it from its place, and rallying her courage with a great effort,  she unlocked the door, and entered  the passage. Then again she paused  startled by the sound of her own steps  on the flags, her own hurried breathing, nearly crying out in fear when  her own shadow fell across the floor,  and gave her the' impression' that  someone was gliding in behind her  and looking over her shoulder.  I mustn't be a coward, T musn't be  a coward, she whispered, the sound  of her voice bringing with it a fresh  access of terror., But there was  good stuff in' Betty behind her lovely  face find delicate fragility of her  appearance, and shutting ��������� ��������� the: door  behind her, and holding herself very  erect, she moved' forward) determining that she would pause no .more  until she had done what she caino to  do. :-.���������.  ,.. It is horrible to be afraid of a poor  dead man, she told herself, and a poor  lonely man, too. He has no mother  or sister to be nice to him now and I  ought to be ashamed of myself for  being frightened. And with these  thoughts inner mind she softly, push-  _ed open the door of the room in which  Bevan had painted her portrait,  where she and he had talked and  laughed together. Its chilliness, its  terrible silence, struck her now with  cold dismay, and fear; and-the form  -that-lay^trpoTi tKe^wide couch, the"  straight still- form, whose outline  looked so strangely rigid under their  covering sheet, filled her with fresh  horror. But the sense of the dead  man's loneliness overpowered her  own fears, and fighting them down,"1  she went quickly to the side of the  couch, and with shaking fingers drew  back the sheet from the 'dead face.  Denis Tritton in-life had been an uninspiring figure enough; Death's awful majesty had given him a dignity  in which the living man had been  singularly lacking. And it seemed  to the girl as she stood looking down  at him, that in the still features she  (lould indeed trade some subtle likeness to those Hernesley forbears'of  "his, whose' Inheritance he had been  about lo claim.  And somehow It seems as if it was  my fault that all'this terrible thing  has happened, she whispered, almost  as if she expected him to hear her.  If I.had not found that lotter, perhaps  you would not have come" back here  at a)I just now. If���������it wns my fault,  forgive bio, please forgive me, and���������  seo, I have brought you flowers, because I could not bear you to lie hero  alone, without oven a flower in your  bands. ,  As she spoke her fears slipped from  her, sho felt an odd certainty that  she was heard and- understood, and  stooping over the couch she laid her  'cent, bunch of flowers in tho folded  bands.  (To be Continued)     ������    ������  UNBURN.  Blisters;  sore Feet.  /erybody  am Buk  Settled by a Widow  A buxom and winsome widow decided to continue her late husband's  business (wholesale-meat purveyor),  and appointed a confidential and reliable man, one John Jinx, aa her  manager. John, though an nstuto  and clever business man, could neither read nor write. Tho. widow partly cured him of the latter defect by  teaching him to write "Settled, John  jinx," when giving a receipt for accounts pald'to him.  The business improved and proR-  psred, as llliewisc did tho amatory  feelings between the widow and John,  tho latter frultlfying in a proposal  and acceptance of marriage. After  the usual, preliminaries the ceremony  took plac?, followed by an adjournment to tho vestry to complete the  legal formalities.  The necessary particulars were  duly entered in the marriage register and happy John, somewhat blushing, took pen in hand and clearly and  unmistakeably wrote as his signature  in the register, "Settled, John Jinx."  ���������Tit-Eits.  A Queer Book-Keeping System  It's curious to observe says a Maryland man, the manner in which many  illiterate persons prosper. ' I once  had business that used to take me at  intervals to a certain place,-on the  eastern shore. -. On one'.occasion I  went into a store there; the proprietor: of which could neither read nor  write. "While I was there a man  came in���������evidently a regular customer.  I owe you some money, don't 1? he  inquired.  The storekeeper went to the door  and turned it around so that the  back was visible.  Yes," said he, you owe me for ,a  cheese".  Cheese! exclaimed the customer. I  don't owe you for any cheese.'  The storekeeper gu,Ve another look  at the door.  You're right, said be. It's a  grindstone. I didn't see the dot over  the "V in the middle.���������Lippincott's  Magazine., ...>-..'���������'  ANTEDATES    BABYLON  Arizona Relics Indicate a Very Ancient Civilization  Still another "oldest city In the  world" hap been discovered. Wh.'b  T. Hewitt Myrlng found vases in Peru  In ruina which were eaid to be 7,000  years old it was Imagined that the remains of early civilizations had been  pushed as far Into antiquity as .th.7  would ever go. But A. Lafave, a  mining engineer; has found the relics  of a town In an Arizona tablelatd  hear Phoenix, whlch'he insists are at  least 10,000) years old. XThe buildings are on a level stretch of count, y  where neither silt nor wash was possible and yet the ruins wore cove^a  withUen feet of prairie dust .whlcb  the discoverer claims required a^e.i  to accumulate.  ���������'���������Tlie, buildings of sandstone slriw  great, architectural skill and In tne  walls were found a box of cotton boi'.s  and a sealed jar of corn, both woil  preserved.' The Arizona ' climate  does not permit tho growth of cott->n  in tho present age,*so Mr. Lafave assumes that sufficient time must have  elapsed since tho cotton which he  found wr.B grown to have wrought a  complete change in tho character of  the country. This period , ho also  gauges as something Hko 10,000  years.  Ho Is satisfied that the ruins are  older than those of NMnevah or Babylon. Ho believes that the race which  built (hit town was possessed, of a  high civilization from tho abundance  of artistically wrought pottery and  that i; subsequently, was broken up  by internal dissentions and possibly  degenerated Into the cliff dwelling  people.���������Chicago. Tribune,  Too  Much  he was a supporter  of  I  thought  Roosevelt.  He waF, but someone pointed out  to him that the colonel's success  might lead to a revival of the popularity of the Teddy Bear,���������Buffalo  Express.  your  One Line of Reasoning  Why should I buy stock In  mine?  Why, we're right next to tho Skinned Cat, which is producing fabulous  wealth.   l  Yes, and I live In a boarding house  which Is right next to "a inW.oi'iilro.  But that doesn't make mo worth anything���������Washington Herald.  There i3 no poisonous ingredient in  Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can  be used without danger of injury-  Not Like Teddy  Prisoner at the bar, I find you have  been sentenced to prison , twlc^ before. What have you to say why I  should not send you there again?  , I urge, your honor, the generally  accepted feeling against a third term.  ���������Baltimore American.    .  Tie That Binds  can't get along with your  why-don't you  sue  for di-  If you  husba:.d,  vjree?  I .would if it wasn't for one  What's that.?  My poor, dear little Fido. I dare  not deprive him of a man's protection.���������Detroit Free Press.  thing.  A Poster Effect  I never see Hotcake with coat, vest  and trousers alike. His vest never  matches hln trousers, and his coat  seldom matches his vest.   _ ^  Here's tho way it is. Ho has -a  blue suit, a green suit and a gray  suit. Every morning he , shuffles  'em all up and deals himself an outfit for the day.  The Only Fear  New Merohant���������How big nn "ad*  would you advise?  Advertising Man���������That depends on  how 'many, tons of customers yout  store floor will sustain. You wouM  n't want 'om to brook through into tin  cellar, of course!���������Puck.  .A Household Medicine.���������They thai  are acquainted with the sterling pre-  perties of Dr. ThomaB' Electric OH  In the" treatment of many ailment*  would-not bo without it in the housa  It is truly a household medicine nni  as It Is effective in dealing with many  ordinary complaints it is cheaper  than a doctor. So, keep it at hand,  as the call for it may come most u.iin  expectedly. 1  Formula for Roof Paint  A good  slate colored paint  for 1}  roof is made from white lead, lamp*  black and yellow ocher.  Cause and Effect     <.  Madam, I am just out of the hospital and���������  -  Don't tell me any such- story as  that. You are the same man 1 gave  a piece of pie to not two weeks ago.  Yes, dat was just 'fore I went to  de hospital���������Los Angeles Herald.  The Voices of Birds.  The voices of birds aro more varied and musical than thoso of any  other creatures In tho world, Even  tho ropster has a tiinoful crow.  Tho cat tribe roars and mows and  hiss; that Is nil. Sunt tho birds!���������  Is there'an end to tliclr powers of  vocalization? They can chirrup,  chip, caw, whip-poor-will, whlstlo,  chickadee, hoot, howl, encklo, crow,  Illro crlokclH, mow Hko cats, talk Hlco  human beings, cry llko babies, squeak  llko cnri wheels; In fine, beyond their  own exloiiHlvo repertoire of musical  and unmusical sounds, they can 1ml*  into nil. creation from tho voice of  man down to n croaking hnrn door!  Relief from Aothmn, Who can ilo<  scribe tho completo relief from suffer-  Inn: which followw the use of Dr. J.  I). Kellogg'H Asthma Itemody? Who  can express tho feeling of Joy Unit  coined when Itu soft, nnd gentle In-  fliienco relieves tho tightened, choking air tubes! It has nuulo ualhmat-  Ki affliction a thing of tho punt for  thousand!:. It novor fulls. Clood  driiKKlsln everywhere have ������r>W If for  years.  I was * cured    of   Bronchitis'aiul  asthma-by���������-MIN ARDB - -U NIM EN-IV-  MRS. A. LIVINGSTONE.  Lot 5;  P.E.I.  ���������i was cured-of  Rheumatism    by  MENT.  Mahone Bay.        JOHN MADER.,  " I was cured of a severely sprained  leg by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  JOSHUA A.  WYNACHT.  -. Bridgewater."*  a severe attack of  MINARD'S    LINI-  An Ancient Roman Custom  By the customs of our country, If  any person under prosecution for a  capital crime did not appear, an officer was sent to his door in the  morning to summon him by sound of  trumpet, and the judges' would never  pass sentenco before so public a citation. So tender were our ancestors in any matter where tho life of  a citizen was concerned.���������Caius Gracchus. , '  ABSOLUTELY SAFE  FOR  LITTLE  ONES  Mrs. Nellie' Steeves, Hill Grove,  N,B,, writes:���������"I know Baby's Own  Tablets aro an absolutely safe medicine for littlo ones and they nro tho  only medlcino 1 would give a child  without first consulting a doctor."  Tho Tablets aro guaranteed by a government analyst to bo absolutely safo  and free from opiates and narcotics  and connot possibly do harm���������but always good. They aro sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 2(3 cents a  box from Tho Dr- Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockvillp, Out,  Had  Left His Glasses  Ho stumbled up tho stops and  piishod open tho door, says the New  York American nnd stood confronting  his wlfo, who hold a telegram In one  liniid.  "Horo's news," she said sternly,  Unit has been waiting for you since  7 o'clock,  Ho braced himself ngalmd tho hat-  rack, Hie���������I've left my glasses in  town.    Hie��������� ,  Well, I bo? you hnvo brought homo  tho cotitonto,  His Idea  That trust magnate has a singularly fitting idea of his new abode.  How?  He told the architect he wanted an  octopus^ sha Pj.d_xo,onL_l'oi:_his_ Jiving  room."  There are now -<251 "infant - care  stations" open in'u65 towns of the  German Empire. One effect of their  establishment has been to reduce the  percentage of bottle-fed babies from  GO to 35 and"to decrease infantile  mortality from 8.4 to 4 per-eejit.  Bobby���������Say,  Willie, .Is  him  -No.     What 'y goi/i"  Littlo  lookn'V  Littlo Wlllle-  t* do? v  Littlo Bobby���������Take out de' goMi  fish and let 'em play* with the cat.-������  Monitor.  Percy���������1 always wanted to jolnjh*  army. 9  Corp. Gore���������Why didn't you?   ..     -  Percy���������Well, mother wouldn't    le|.  me.     She said I'd surely get shot in  the first battle, as * was such a dare*  devil.     So now I'm a ladies' tailor.  'A  II  i  I  Her Perogative.,  Mrs. Exe���������So the umpire's  doesn't atiend the ball game  more?   ,  ���������, Mrs  Wye���������No, it was so aggravating to see him get the last word.  wlfo  any  ' A Glve-Away  I'm sorry to find the baroness out.  Don't forget to tell her I called, will  you?v;'.  No sir'; I'll tell-her so at once.���������  FligendO Blatter.  ,.vCarele88 of Him.  The late 0en. F. D. Grant used often to tell on memorial day a funny  story about ;Bull Run.  A soldier,1 he would begin,' had a  scar on his 'face..- ,, ,  Whoro did' you get that scar? they  asked him.     ���������/"'  At Bull Run', he replied.   .  Wlmt? they 'cried, incredulously-  What, shot In th'e/facd at Bull Run?  How could that bo? ,������������������'  Well, replied the soldier, It was  llko this, -.After I'd run four or five  miles I got ftind of careless and looked back.���������Detroit Free Press,  HOT FLASHES.  Women in middle age often complain of hot flashes. They ere at 'hat stags  of life���������when their delicate organism needs a tonic and hclpinf-hand which rcnly Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription can give them. Many women suffer meedlnss'y from  girlhood to womanhood and from motherhood to old age���������with backache, diziu*'  ,n_ess_or,headache.__.A_woman-Often-becomes-s!eepIess)-nervousr,~brckcn-������,orrni,'~  irritable and feels tired from morning to night. When pains and aches rack tht  womanly system at frequent intervals, ask your neighbor about  Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription.  MRS. J. Imhop, of S21 S. Bcntalon Street, Baltimore, Md��������� ������ays: "I  wrote you about nine' months aro, telling- you of my condition. I have a  finebibytrirl-ihe weighed nine pounds when born. She is my third child  and the strongest of them alt. My Buffering- was only for two hours. I  took several bottles of 'Favorite Prescription* and one of Dr. Plerce'a  Smart-Weed. I never had a well day bcforel took your medicine*. I waa  surprised how well T felt-could eat���������was'always hungry, and never had a  sick stomach. The nurse who was with me said the medicine was wonderful because I cot nlonar so nicely af tar having had so much trouble before.  She Intends to recommend it to all her sufTerinsr patients. Everybody is  astonished at mo because I only weighed 102 pounds before and now I  weirh 1,'tS. I have had several ladles come to me and ask about Dr. Pierce's  medicine. I am willing to recommend it to all who Buffer and wont help.  If any want Information I will be glad to aiive It to tlicm." Maa. Imuov A, Cuild.  '���������    I  The Northern Trusts Company  . HEAD OFFICE,    WINNIPEG  y This company, acts In the capacity of *  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and we shall be Rlad to forward' copy of   our., Booklet   "SomethliiR  about Trusts, Trustees and Tru st Companies." on request.  MONEY TO LOAN ON  FARM   PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATES  OF INTEREST  Unless She Bncko Out  ClrlKBs���������I)o you hellovo   tliero   Is  iinyt.hliiK In palmistry?  HrlgKH���������Woll-er-ycH. I bellovo If n  yomiK fellow can Kot a protty nliT'to  1*1 vo hlin her hand ho can till tho  name of'hor future husband. .     ���������'  W. N. U. 004  Tho  Reason  She  IIIK "l   Why  nice"?  did  you call  this  pnlut'  !!<���������>-  -Obfior  vo  tho   ubRf  ICO  of fc/1  uia in  t ratal  1 IK ill OH  Tilts.  Hum lim jik;  uriv  ���������liiuu-  Serves 'Em Rlfjht  Tho Minister  (roprovlnsly)��������� Johnny, did you catch tliowo to-day?  Johnny���������H'h, t^r,       iliutu  Un-y i via for vhu,-Ui' worin.'i 011  day,���������London Opinion.  what  Tcnchoj���������What la a gnnwlo, Tom-  mlo?     Tommlfl���������lt'n somc-thlnK   the  doctor (ilvcH '/'on when you get hoco  throat,���������YonUorn StiitriHiiiaii.  Youthful inspiration  Hniiwi--! collal on    thr*o    kliir3  whlli* 1 wan In Ktiropc,  ,liif.'!������K- Ho did I���������ami   loHt.  oilier fallow had thrno nci'H,  The  After the Baseball Strike  Fun  (MjiouUiiig from    tho    uraml-  HtAIUl)���������-Exciiho ino, Mr. Oonlro Field-  IT,   mil   VOUHHl 1   it   nu> i-   bo en   mier  tp liavo tultcn that ball Ah tlio ������ou|c������  than 'lo have tried to run mi on it?  Playoi���������No, 1 think not. Ah It happened, of coui'ho, I nilHKcd It, and  throo ruim camo in, but I (dipped  HllKhily In fUttliiK away, ho it waa  tint an frror ������f judgment,  l-'an���������Thank you. You aro very  kind.  1'layor���������The obligation Ih mine, sir,  You are verj helpful and consider-  nte, (Iloth bowiti|i).--St. LowIh  i DlHpatch.  108 Cheques Will be  Distributed Among Canadian  Farmers. Will You Get One of Them ?  .Ho,v32p<fcL  In addition to the .twenty-seven first prizes of $50 cadi, there will  be eighty-one'other cash prizes, ranging from $10 to $25 in our  1912 PRIZE CONTEST FOR FARMERS  Tliis context is iilonp the same lines as the  one which was so cucccKsful hist year, except  that there arc three times ns many prizes, and  therefore three times as many chances for  each contestant to win. Kvery farmer in Canada who uses "Canada" Cement is eligible to  compete. The conditions are such that lar������;e  and small users of cement have equal opportunities to win a ������50 priv;e. t>  The conlcM h divided into three rlasfei, nnd ihrre  ������re (iiM, fcroiul, third and fourth i>ri;,eit ($50, $25,  $15 *ml $10) in each duo,  CLASS "A"��������� Pilvr* tn b������ HH-arilrJ In III* l������nr hiiwi In fjrh pruvlni*  ������ U u������e mr*t "Cjiudi" Cfment c������ lUIr l^rmi In \1\f  CI.AdS "11"- I'rlmtrtW iwarHrd lnlli������ (nor (irnirfu In f^W  |.(������wnt������ ������lio ifiiJ   r liotoirtl'lu ���������������( tUe bii( ton, if It  tri'rl iU.ur will, "Cnn<H" I'finnil in ihrW htmi  In 1912.  CLASS "c"l'il/������ i������ lt������ mirdrd lo ik lour U\mm  Inrich provliirt wlio ttnil ili������ krtl rfcjcr//-  livn, irliiiif liww Any ylttt (>l roiu-rrte wolk  wm iloiir, h lili "l-jimuV' I'l-intni, (linliln  lurfhltpil/t tMiM I* acciiiiU'ulilol by l>Uilo-  irirl.1 *' ll>' "t'lt.)  In addition to fluis.being divided into  classes, so as to givo small users of cement nn  equal chance with those who use more, the  Contest is also divided into nine divisions, one  for each province. So you see you need only  to compete with the other farmers of your own  province, and not with those all over Canada.  Don't think that because you have never  used cement, you cannot win a prize.    Mirny  of last year's prize wlnnm had  never \i>eil  cement  before  they  entered the Content. We will lend  you   a free book, , "What llie  Farmer Can Do With Concrete,"  i!-.iitu!!!:-..iu.!j ].dt. >��������������� I.. lU  Send  me, , v  particulars^  of your  Praetontest.  ,1,1,,. .  Cnntcit, hut will tell vou everything yon could want to know nhout  the uvc of cement on the farm,  l>c.n'<4rlt)r. 1*1 ������������i,j m )W  nmif in.l iiiilrn, td-Hiy in.l t't  Ilili Iter book Mil lull I'irllfuljn  <,lllir I'rivr Curilril ll������lil iwny,  \$  Addreit Publicity Mannger  Canada Cement Company  Limitid  53-63 Herald Bldg.   -  Montreal  ft  V2SW������'t  ,   A  s^r tree book,  .r ''V/lialllieFiirmci;  cm th \m wmretc.  will be sent to all  who request details  of the Prize Contest. ���������Iir  #-i>  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C '  CAN NOW WORK  WITHXOMFORT  THE OLD PAINS AND ACHES ARE  NOW ONLY A  MEMORY  CHIEF OF THE JURY OF AWARDS  Telia of the Wonderful  Benefits Ob-,  tained From .  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Llko many another Newfoundlander living far from doctors, Mr. Stono  feels unbounded gratitude for tho benefits obtained from the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.   .;  For yeara ho had suffered tfrom a  congested condition of the\liver and  kidneys, with, headaches, backaches,  pains Im limbs and body. Words fall  to describe his sufferings as well as  the gratltudo ho wauts to express for  the cure.  -Mr. Alex J. Stono, West Point, Nfld.,  writes:���������"I suppose you thought I had  forgotten all about you when I got  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, but I  haven't, You must excuae mistakes, for Hko many Newfoundland  men I have not much education, but  I want to thank you many times for  your medicine.  "I cannot tell you wliat f. suffered  . from liver and' kidney derangements,  indigestion and constipation, nor can  - I find words to express how much  . good this medicine has done mo.     I  feel better than I have for five years  and have given some of these Pills to  friends; who tell mo they have done  them a wonderful lot of good. J want  to express, my heartfelt gratitude for  the benefit derived from   tho   great  medicine."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25c. a, box. at all dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  Prof.    W. H.    Falrford    Chosen    ������a  Cha|rman of the Judges of the '  Dry-Farming Exposition  Lethbrldgo, Alta.���������Prof. t.W. H.  Fairfield^ Superintendent^of'tho Dominion Experiment Station on the  easterly outskirts of Lethbridge, has  been selected by tho Canadian Board  of> Control as chief of the jury of  awards   for   the. International   Dry  I Farmed Products Exposition, October  1 21-26th next  Prof. Fairfield Is one of tho best  known apd most successful experiment farm directors in Canada, and  in tho growing of wheat, oats,'' barley, corn and alfalfa ho has yeara  of study and has produced wonderful  results through rotation of crops, Ho  ranks as ono of tho greatest practical  demonstrators cf modern agriculture  in Canada and ho is a recognized authority on all matters pertaining to  crops, tillage and seed. Ho Is a  gradual o and-former member of tho  facultr cf Colorado Agricultural Col-  lego.  Death Roll of Alps  The number of fatalities due to  mountain climbing in Switzerland has  rapidly increased during recent years.  According to an authentic compilation, ninety deaths were due to mountain climbing in tho Swiss and Italian Alps during the year ended December 1, 1910. To the above figures  must be added eighty serious accidents, four of which had fatal effects.  The causes of tho accidents wero ascending mountain px>aks without a  guide, landslides, defects -in the halt-  eseil (rope) and.suddeu setting in of  fogs. For many years the English  have had the greatest number of victims tcviament. This year, however  the Swiss are at the head of the list,  followed by the Germans._Ejglisht  Austrlans and Italians respectively.  Consular Report.  The Ultimate Victim  -The grocer stood In his little store;  Ho had washed   his   windows   and  swept his. floor,  And ho said, I wonder who'll make a  rear  On till cost of things thi3 morn-  '     ing. '  No odds what's wrong, and no odds  what's right,  My load of worry is never light.  For somebody comes in and wants to  fight  On tho cost of things each morning.  Those fresh-laid eggs, do you understand,  Were bought an I bargoned from hand  to hahd      '.-' -  And the -price went up as tho eggs  went���������and  I am blamed for that this morning.  This floijr, this sugar, this bag of salt  They came   by   routes   that   made*  ���������prices vault,  For the cost of things this morning...  The people rage and papers howl,  Tho reformers shout and the voters  growl, v  And the housewife's face wears a bitter scowl  When sho orders'things each morn-  ing.-  Producer,' railroad and middleman  Each makes  the product pay all it  can���������    ,;.J  And the folks'put me in the roasting  pan  For the cost of things each morning-    ���������  ���������Chkago:.Post  ST. VITUS DANCE  IN YOUNG CHILDREN  ��������������������������������������������� .���������������  A Striking Example of its Cure  By the Tonic Treatment  St, Vitus danca is tho commonest  form of nervous trouble that afflicts  young children, because of the great  demand mado on the body by growth  and development, and there is an added Btrain caused by study. It Is  when these demands become so great  that they Impoverish the blood, and  tho nerves tail to receive their full  supply of nourishment, that the nor-  yous debility which loads to St. Vitus  dance1 begins.  Tho remarkable succcbs of Dr. Williams* Pink Pills in curing St. Vitus  danco should lead parents to give this  groat blood-bulldlng medicino to their  children at tho first signs of the approach of the disease. Pallar, list-  lessness, inattention, restlessness and  irritability aro all symptoms which  early show that tho blood and nerves  are falling to moef the demand upon  them. Hero is proof of the power of  Dr, Williams',Pink Pills ,to euro this  trouble. Mrs. J. W. Towns, Oshawa,  Ont,, says:���������"At the age of eleven  my daughter was -attacked with St.  Vitus danco, and despite all wo did  for her the trouble grew rapidly  worse- Soon she was scarcely able  to walk,* her body and limbs jerked  and trembled so, and she was quite  unable to feed herself. When she  would lie down Bhe would be imablo  to rise without assistance. As nothing was helping her I wroto a friend  whoso daughter had been similarly affected, and she advised the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, which had cured  her child. I at once, got a, supply of  the Pills, and even the use of the  first box seemed to show an Improvement. By the time five boxes were  used sho was completely cured and  has had no return of tho trouble  since." Sold by all medicine dealers  or by mall at 50 cents a box or .six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Keep Mlnard'i Liniment In tho house.  Extermination of Rats and Mice  If it were generally known - that  there Is no .trouble to rid a.house,  barn or building of rats and mice by  tho use of'Gillett's Lye, It is doubtful  If the article could bo made as fast  as It would be used for this purpose  nlono. . The process connected with  using It Is very sihple, the plan being to sprinkle i little of the article  In and around the holes made, by  these pests in lloors, partitions, etc.  In addition to this it is well to use  a thin plcco of board about a,foot  square, or even smaller, and make a  complete circle of the Lye onf'tho  board about a quarter of an Inch  doep, and insldo of the circle place  some meat or cheese. In endeavoring to'get at tho bait the feof; of  the rats and mlco will be burned and  tho whole colony, whether large or  small, will Immediately disappear  from tho promlsos.  The plan Is worth-trying, but the  good kind���������GllleU's Lye���������should be  procured. Refuse tho many choap  imitations and substitute's,  Man as Quadruped  A prominent German biologist  maintains that man made a serious  mistake when in-his development he  .made a tiipod of himself- He contends that the backbone structure-of  man was designed for a horizontal  position and that many of the ills  which ho Is subject to are due to  this departure. ; r-y  The Most Ancient Map  After eoiuo controversy about tho  *go of various maps that have coino  nIowii to us from ancient timo it has  been finally, determined by savants  that tho oldest Is In the form of n  jnosalc In a Byzautlne church nt Mai-  nba, in Palestine. It is about 1,700  years old and purports to bo a map of  a part of tho Holy Land.   Und e_rs,tpod_th_e Larjguage__:__-  An Indianapolis public school teacher some time ago, she relates, received in her room a small boy from  the Kentucky-Tennessee borderland,  and she set about teaching him the  Intricacies of addition. She found he  could run up or down a column of  figures readily, hut she could .\>t  make him understand how to "carry"  from one' column to another when the  total was more than nine,  Finally tho teacher called on one of  the little girls in the class and told  her she-would give her a dime if she  could make the newcomer understand  the process. Next day the little girl  called to claim tho money.  , How, did you make him see It so  quickly? inquired the teacher-  Oh, I told him when he got a number of two figures to put down tho one1  on the right and tote tho other, across,  and he knew what I meant , right  away.���������Indianapolis News.  .<>���������     v .__ ; ,  In tho treatments summer complaints the most effective remedy  that can be used is Dr. J. D, Kollogg's  Dysentory Cordial. It Is a standard  preparation, and many people employ  it in preference to other preparations,  It Is a highly concentrated medicino  and Its sedative and curative qualities are beyond question. It has  boen a popular medicino for, many  years and thousands can attest, Us  superior qualities In overcoming dysentery and kindred complaints,  The Cautious Race  Sandy Hoyle, negro janitor of The  Advocate, listened to a discussion by  the foreman and the intelligent compositor on the commcrcIal_.posslbili-  tles of the "aeroplane. ""Sandy seem:  ed deeply interested, but at tho close  of the conversation ho shook.his head  solemnly and said:  White folks may do great things  with them flying-machines, but one  thing I know for sutt'n���������they won't  never need no Jim Crow on 'em,���������  Greenfield Advocate.  Strength o' Japanese Navy  Tho present strength of the Japanese navy is as follows:^ Fourteen  battleships of 223,234 tons, one time  .expired battleship" of 10.9G0 tons,  'thirteen first class, cruisers, 138,052  tons; seven second class cruisers,  38,052 tons; thirteen third .class  cruisers, 43,713 tons; fifty seven destroyers, fifty nine torpedo boats and  thirteen submarines. ��������� Scientific  American.  '   Ever Meet One?  That got-rich-qulck man is as busy  as a bee.  yes, replied Mr. Cunirox. He's ono  of those busy bees who can't man-  ago to gather honey without Incidentally stinging somebody,���������Washington  Star.. ' \  Stamp With Key Tag  A request, on a key tag to return  the Hiuno through tho malls should  it bo cnrrlod away by rolstalco doos  not always accomplish the desired remit, n������ Jt requires tho buying and  placing of n Rtfunp, To add to tho  chances of a koy and tag being returned an Indiana hotol man has pa-  tcntod a tag which carries a poslngo  stamp under a littlo celluloid disk,  Tho disk, which protoctn tho ntamp  against wear or defacement, Ih pnllod  off and thrown away when tho koy  la deposited in a mall box.  Pills for Nervous Troubles.���������Tho  utomaoh Is the centre of tho norvous  nystom, and wlion tho stomach bub-  ponds healthy notion tho rosult 1b  manifest in dlnturhnncoR of tho  iporvec. It allowed to pornlst, 'norvous debility, a dangorotiB allmout; may  ensue, Tho flrHt coiiHldoratlon Is to  raBtoro tho ntomach to proper action,  and thoit) Ib no roadior remedy for  tliU than Parmoloo'B Vegetable Pills,  'iiiouaauUH can uUvhL (no virtue ot  1hew jillln lr. curing 'nrrvoua disorders.  .    h.iiiiw,ii ni.iiin img  l'4 Wrong Guess  That man has an Idea that ho nn-  dorHtnnilfl women.' Ho'a a widowor,  J believe.  Nope. If he's got any nuoh Idea An  that, ho'a a bacholor.���������Houston Pout.  nUnsr.rr������  Troad softly -  Step safely.  AW RUBBER SOLESl  body the patented features  " Caft Paw Wcets.   ������������������  Chinese Rice Paper *  Clilneso rlco paper has no rlco In  its composition, , Tho curiously  brittle puro white material used for  tho marvelous drawings of Chlnoso  artists to manufactured from tho pith  of a troo pooullar to Formosa. Tho  first paper was not mado of raw cotton nor by the Chinese Rug paper  was made in Arabia moro than ton  centuries ago and tho enmadors  brought tho indiiBiry to Europe,  wlioi'o tho first paper manufactory  was OBtabllshed in tho last years of  tho thlrteonlh contury,  ��������� P������H������I��������������������� <������������������ IHMIIWIII ��������� V ���������   '  Cumbersome Money  Ono of tho largest aud most cum-  berflomo forms of money is found In  Central Africa! where tho natives use  a cruciform ingot of copper oro over  ton inchoH long. It is hoavy ouough  to bo a formidable weapon,  Light nnd Plant Coloration  Although it has long boon known  that tho reduction or tho nbsenco of  light may have a profound effect upon tho llfo of a plant, authors of botanical text-bookB have notiboen very  proclfn In defining "rtnrlni'nsp." "with  relation to plant growth. For thin roa-  h.m k ju iiitpobftioio to i/uuiiuuv \'ui>  olofloly'tlio work of different exper-  ImonUrs. In most experimental  dark rooms tho o 1b aomo light. Tho  oharactor or tho riegrco of darkness  In such a room cannot be defined in  tonus ot tho light rays that nro pre-  Hint or absent. Jean'Frledol proponesr.s a standard of physiological  darknrsfl a tost with very sensitive  photographic paper.  In a report boforo the Paris Academy of SclencoB ho descrlboa ft kIiic  box with quiiaruplo walla allowing  perfect ventllntlon with absolute ex-  nliifllon of light, Plnnto grown to  this llghtproof chamber wero compared with otlionj grown In a regular  botanical dark room; test papers In  tho glue chamber were not at nil affected, while thouo In tho dark room  showed decided effects of light, al-  ffirtiiRh no light was hero dNcoverablo  by tho t'i  Too Irritating  Dont you play golf any more?  ���������'.No.'.  How Is that?  '"     ,  Well, I took It up for my health,  and after I got my .health I gavo It.  up for my 'disposition,���������St. Louis  Post-Dispatch.  DIVERSIFIED   FARMING ,  Millions of  Dollars  Sent  From  Productive Districts to all Parts of the  World for Foodstuffs, While Farmers Raise Wheat.  The interest in the diversified farming campaign which is being conducted by the Canadian Board of Control  through Us publicity bureau at Lethbrldgo, Is spreading" throughout the  western provinces of Canada nnd Is  attracting the attention of the world  at large.  In a special report of ovor 7500  words, published on May 27th In tho  Dally Consulnr and Trade Report, Issued by tho Department of Commerce''  and Labor at Washington, D.C.U.S.  Consul-General Jones, of Winnipeg,  devotes considerable space to the necessity for dj'erslfled farming  throughout western Canada.  "Western Canada" eays tho report,  "presents the peculiar anomaly of a  wonderfully product ivo country Importing most of its food products. Although tho prairlo provinces have a  most productive soil, capablo of producing nearly all kinds of farm products, they have not been able for  the past 10 years to supply the demands of their population, as tho  singlo purposo of tho western Canadian fanners soom3 to bo to produce  as much wheat as possible.  "No statistics are available showing  tho enormous Importation from tho  Unlfrd States and eastern Canada of  food products, but most of tho 'poultry and eggs used In western Canada come from tho eastern .provincos  and the United States, and the largest  eectlon of western Canada faces a  dearth of dairy products. During  toil tho milk shortage became so  acuto that tho border states of the  United States were called upon to  ���������iuppiy'-lhe deficiency. ���������" It is estimated that the imports of milk for the  city of Winnipeg alone betwoen November and February averaged $45,-  000 a week in valuo. The United  States was also called upon to supply  potatoes, for although these are the  most productive, crops in western  Canada, they were not raised In sufficient ..quantities to meet the demand.  With a population of 1,700,000 western Canada Is not producing enough  to supply its immediate needs. It  depends upon outsiders for millions  of pounds of bacon and mutton, and  for weeks at a time the market has'  been supplied with chilled mutton  from Australia and frozen mutton  from Prince Edward Island.  "During 1911 the provinces of Al-  bsrat, Saskatchewan and Manitoba  produced' 11,141,207 pounds of butter,  valued at $2,573,671 and 660,725  pounds of cheese valued at $84,691.  These provinces also produced . 14,-  044,000 bushels of potatoes, valued at  $6,303,000; 247,000 bushels of turnips  and-other���������vegelables,"valued'at'$2;-  931,000; 2,429,000 tons of Miay and  clover, valued at $5,892,000, and the  province of Alberta, produced 15,000  tons of sugar beets, valued at $75,-  000.  "While western Canada has been  able to meet the demands of Its people for .beef, the disappearance of  the great cattle ranges will soon force  the Importation of beef."  In quoting the livestock receipts at  the packing houses at Winnipeg from  the provinces of Alberta, Saskatcho-  man and Manitoba, Consul-General  Jones points to the steady decline  and the rapidly increasing prices. He  points out that only 85,000 hogs were  shipped to, the packing house-, last  year,; as against 145,000 three years  ago,v/hile tho price has gone from  around $6.85 to $8.85 per hundred  pounds.- The receipt of sheep last  year increased from 13,000 over the  previous year, but there was no Increase from the western , provinces,  the additional sheep having been  brought from Minnesota, and the  price averaged $4,8!) for the season,  -Tho Dry-Farming Congress will do-  voto several sessions at,Its great  meeting October 21-20, to tho discussion of., ways and means to bring  about tho production of, foodstuffs for  local markets, not alone for Canada  but lu the wostorn portions of the  United States, In many of which  states similar conditions aro confronting tho rapidly Increasing population,  You can save friction, save wear,  save fuel, by using  Capitol Cylinder Oil  The very best oil for steam plants on the, farm.  Lasts longer and gets more power from tho  engine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes ; costs less in the end.  Atlantic Red Engine Oil  A medium bodied oil, strongly recommended  for slow and medium speed engines and machinery. Eases the bearings and lightens tho  load.  Granite Harvester Oil  The short cut oil, specially prepared for use  on reapers, binders and threshers. Prevents  all avoidable friction. Does not run off or thin  out. Body not affected by moisture or change  of climate. >  Standard Gas Engine Oil gives the bestJubrica-  -��������������������������� tion possible, alike in kerosene, gasoline and gas,  engines. -Keeps its. body at high temperatures.  Equally good lor all external bearings.  Mica Axle Grease is the best known, most liked  axle grease made.   Never rubs off or gums.  ,. Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil. Engine Gasoline  The Imperial1 Oil Company, Limited  It's Best to Remember  that every organ of the wonderful human body is dependent  upon every other, If your liver goes wrong your blood will  be impure; if your bowels arc inactive your stomach and  digestion  will  show  it.    And  one  trouble  leads   to another.  have become the most- famous and the most approved familyx  remedy in the jvorld. They are known for their wonderful  and unrivaled power to cause regular, natural action of the  liver and bowels. They arc gentle, safe but sure. Beecliam's  Pills benefit every organ of the body���������brighten the1 eye, clear  the brain, tone the  nerves  and  increase  vigoi���������because  they  Remove the First Clause  of Trouble  Special directloni for women with vYtry box.  Sold everywhere,  23c,  Ever Notice  A Field of  Indian Corn  In the glory of Its growing?  Tho best part of solected  pearly white Indian Corn l.i  uued in niaklnt,'  Post  Toasties  TliU food is carefully cooltod  ������������������In a factory that Ir elonn nnd  epotlcss���������not n liaud touching  It at any etngo ot the making.  Tost Toasties with cream  i nd a sprlnkld of sugar arc an  Ideal dish. Servo sometimes  with fresh strawberries added.  "The Memory Lingers"  BOLD BY GROCERS  1  Prognoutlc  Champ Clark, at a biinquot In  Washington, was talking about curtain election prognostics.^,  It's as otniplo as tho noso on your  face, ho said. It's n moro niattor of  arithmetic. In fucj, in Uh striking  mathematical aspect, it reminds me  of Lunggo's case.  Poor Ivuuggo was In.n had way.  Toll mo tho worst doctor, he mild.  I can boar It;  Well, tho doctor answered gravoly,  your dlsonuo Ih far advanced, and I  l'enr you urn not long for this world.  How much time do you glvo mo,  doctor?  I give you, If all goes well, two  years, no moro.  Dear, dour. Two yonrs! And  how long do you give my wife, doctor?  Voup wlfo? Why there's nothing  Iho matter with your wife. Her health  !s superb,  Vos, I know, and how long did you  say you glvo lior?  Why, without hesitation, 1 can give  your wife twonty-llvo years.  Twcnty-flvo years! The sick man  closed his eyes, and n beatific smllo  !<;.������,, ni mu Hid p.tio lip;), Twenty-  (Ivo mlnin two ���������-twenty���������iLn c, ThuuU  heavon for twenty-throe years of  peo.co,���������Washington Star.  ^ WIHW  vtmmmmm0mmmm  Collector���������When shall I call for the  amount of this account. Mr Hlnwmiv'*  rtiowpay���������Oh, 1 don't know. Would  Thursday suit you?  (Collector���������Admirably.  Slowpay���������Very well, you mny call  every Thursday,     -   ; ���������   '.  /No Chewing Gum Famine  ��������� The'"-United'. States derives practically all of its 6,500,000 pounds of  chicle'1'annually imported (for cliow-  ^lng gum) from Mexico and Central  , America. , Evidently tropical South  America would also afford a large Blip-  ply. Only one business man In Lima  appears to .deal in chicle gum. He  statod that ho always hud about five  hundred pounds, more or loss, in  stock, His'selling lVIce Is 4.50 soles  $2,189) per arroba (twenty-fiyo  pounds), or soventoton soles ($8.2'0  per quintal of ono hundrod pounds. ,.  ,. His Bupj.ly comes from tho depart-  men of Plura in northern Peru, whero  largo quantities aro said to ho produced. Ho was unablo to glvo exact ilgures as to tho amount of production, but stated that ho know of  shipments of ono hundred , quintal  lots having boon made from Pliira,  nnd Hint ho hollovos that tho supply  Is still abundant,  "  The gum Is used here and In tho  department, of PIuw by- makors of  straw lints for giving a certain color  nnd shine to tho straw. It Is also  used an a varnish of an atlractlvo  yellow cream color for renewing so-  called Panama hula.  Whin Your Eyts Need Cart  Try Murl������# Eye Jloweay. No Sraartlnu���������Feet*  Fine��������� Aotn Qiilufcly, Try iv f������r Red, Wen** ���������  Watery Eye* and Granulated Eyelid*. Jllua>  tratcd Book In each PacKafo,' Murine 1$  compounded by our OcPilUti-nut a "Patont MeoV  lclno"��������� but uied In suocoMful I'hynlolani' Ptmo*  Uu* for many yenri, Now dndiontod to tho l'ao*  lie and m)d by Druggists at '46a and Wo perUottl*  Murine Rye Ha Ire in Asoptlo TuuM,'J6o and H*  Murine Ey������ Remody ���������<>���������, Chloag*  DU\ KLLTOTT, SPECIALIST. PRI-  vato diseased, find drink habit.  Write 81 Queen East, Toronto.  WANTEDv  Supscripiion Agents In 'ovory town  to handle "Tho Uusy Man's Canada"  mngasdno; noils rapidly to progressive Canadians. ,Pornmnont,'v. Fifty  per cent, commission. Busy Man's,  St., James' Chambers, Toronto.  i  '������ n        /lade by  Cftnadlan Postum Cereal Corn-  puny, Ltd., Windsor, Ontario,  .... Canada  Mm.  I..  J  Alike, Vet Different  Youngbridn���������My husband    la  very dotormlned; ho never glv*������s up,  Mi'I    Kloaiifliit      Uidl>������~-N'wlllior  does mine.���������Boston Transcript.  ������Vi *'������ ���������" '"  n,<_ ^.'.SVU,,  'TIs Ever Thus  WJiat sort of a baseball pitcher Is  ho? '"   -    ./���������-.--*���������   ....  Un������nt when he wins a game; punk  when ho lo������ou ono.  Mlnard'9 Liniment used by Phyilclans  When an Author Write* Flnli  So you are gone, little printer'^  boy, with the hiHt scratches and correct Ions on the proof and a fine nourish by way of "finis" nt the story  ond, Tho Inst corrections? I say  (bono Inst ccrrectlons seoin nover to  bo fli.lHhed. A plague upon tho  woodtil Kvery day when I walk In  my own littlo literary garden plot, I  spy some nnd should llko to huvo u  spud and root thorn out. Thouo  Idle words, neighbor, aro past, remedy that turning to the old pages  produces anything but elation of  mind. Would you not pay a protty  tine to bo ablo to cancel somo of  thorn? Oh, tho Had old pages, tho  dull old pages! Oh, the enrex, tho  onnul, tho squabbles, tho repetitions,  tho old conversations ovor and ovor  ,M,,uu. nut uuw una ,fwuii ii tuna  s thnupht 1n reenUn! jitui now .nnd  ngnln a dear memory. Vet. a few  chapters more, and then tho last;  afk-r which, behold "IIiiIh" Itself  comes to an end, and the Infinite ho-  gun.���������Prom  Thackerny'u "Do    Flub  Dear Clara, wrote the young mnn;  pardon mo, but I'm getting ho forgetful, I | ropOBCd In you IuhI night, but  really forgot whether you mild Vos  or No. -  Dear Will, r,h? replied ly note, no  glad in hear from you, I know I said  Ko In someone Inst nhilil, but I liuve  forgotten Just who It wnn.  .'.Tho 8oldler'o Farewell  Adjutant General Nnthnn 1.1. Por*  est of tho United States Sons of Confederate Vetorans told at n banquet  in Memphis a military anecdote.  A handsome young soldier! ho said,  smiling, lay In the last agony upon  a battlefield. To tho friend bending  ovor I.ltn ho murmured, hoarsely:  Tell Carolina my Inst thoughts were  of her, Sny I died with lior portrait  pressed to my lips,  I to gulped nnd added:  Toll Minnie and Grace nnd Harriet  tho iiaino thing,���������San I'Vanclsoo  Chronicle,  Vlennn'B Ons Supply  Tho Vlonnn city council has pur*  chased for $000,000 the hint remaining gn������ works owned by I he Knglluh  eompnny which orlglniilly furnished  tho whole gns supply of the Austrian  capital, . /  'Lots of pnopln stir up strife by  preaching harmony.  Hut a bird In hand doesn't nnnoy  the early worm,  Ono of the unpnrdonnhle pollt'cil  kIiib Ib tho ncceptanen or a Hinnll  bribe.���������Chicago News,  ....    .    I      ii,    ..������������������.....���������������. ������������������-���������.II-    ...   M...���������l���������...   ...11,11 III     I Ml I    ^.   ,.   .11...,I,  JM!&  kimni;Y  Wllllc-JM, what Is a J'henruiijiwn!  Pflpn���������A I'-Iicnomeiiou Is yum1 iiio'li  <;*������������������ <<i������.-i oi fi model himband.  " '"'    -HZ****-*?-        ^     I  Tbrt Pnnisfnn city of ^*J.;,:V.������:������.  will upend nearly $1,000,000 lo build  I, municipal slaughter hmise. ii.uWjn.illm  r������=y.n  -TT3  ~^!*r ^'^^P^^^s?^;  Tlie GpMaM llop  ;  |.'$������je<l  IS very -Tuesday jby ,tlid  | ;3qtn03i  &  'cuo^betti^nd  vl?a^".Lshtng   Cocnpany. ,  'fins ^wper wilj not hojj;}" itself  vo*i>'">nsfiblo .for tlie opinions of ovh-  lrniv' amvat in its columns  *    ' r  i  ������������������' i    ������������������' '  M'R, a*  I'  fro+n time to time.  ..&-  ,xft'Kl>^K5H>AY, AUG .21,1!>12,  ^T������V<*������%'.' >^^*J\������0" WHH  ijvmj-rju iuu<w������' ' nrwwrnr r - firnrrifrf -  Form Qf .Notice.  ..Notice.h'.,horoby given that   ;>0i  .1:1^ -, '.liter il-.itd I- intend to   fcpjVy'  "N>  i'ie   Honourable   jM'hiit-lor   of  i .'     . -    ,     ',   ' ���������  '��������� '    ��������� ���������    ' '  Lands fui a license to prospect for  'j-iiil i\nd petroleum under:tlio fone  ������hoiv mid under  the witter on'the  1 i;-,r.ih- iii ami onpoMte tliio' tallow-  "if*1 de^criVd Wmlfe situate la JRu-  i : I?'\: j.i 1  ������������������' '  1 >J ' '    ''���������<.���������   ,i   i-  ���������.wri '.l)!v*tyi,et:--doiim'H,n,ciuy nt  a-  (if-st   tdimted on theseiv.oesoh   ati  SAyWAiy) .LAND DISTRICT  .District of Saywaid, Range 1,  'TAKE NOTICE that' I,' Eliiiseia  .llannae, by my ago'nl, G*o?ro Yor \Wjjffi  'dier', oi Campbell Rjvof, V. 1. ocoo ij//"^  pntion married'woman, intends to  apply fur permission'' to   purcLaro  tho following desciilied Iniyta���������  ' Commencing at a pa^t  planted  near the N. E.   corner of lot Sc'il  'thence Fouth 10 ehniufi (ten) ihence  jjjist ,10 chain? (ten,- more or* ltsa to  ibe point   of cummoncorMtit  win  mining 20 acres (twenty1-   u.^ro ot'  .1 'FF. ������  .KLINZEIA JIA,NK*W  Name i-i AppJioaijtf  D.iio Jtnrch 2������',h, 1912.  tfici'i:' tWei-^hosfcU   &ftV-tii-vt% .55  iVi;u'm< moro or lew \b hi^h watei  in ark ������u tho  mwtb BidoQ,r   Fort;  ,-McNeil   Harbor; t'hencu 'wkStovly������'  ���������lifting'tlio siiore  line to   intmoc-  'rioh '.'! Actions S3 and 24r Tn\vn������  Vnip 2; thence Botithe.-ly OS chains  ':iiore 'nr less to high watw   iimrk  V'ii'vju.ih'sklt> of said Port i^cKeil!  ,linrlM>r:    thonce   wesieily ' akt'ng  Pay ward Land Pis-trift  ' Dii-trii-.t <A Cost  Tako n'tMico tlwU Iir^lnd 51cKen  ny. of Vancuvtver, \\. C otxnpa-  tioti spiu-sMt'1,'intend? to'u}ip)y foi  pfrmiss-ioil K> nnrehayo tbt*- [u\li>w  ing'defcci'ibjed laiiiV'.������������������  CoMMi>t,iuvin^ Srt y jjoHil   phvuted  one mile e������wt of the   sovth-wyj-t  jeo'mor uf'lyt 550> >henri> y;ys-t   BO  clia>nR������ th'en������s> eouth  --10' chain*,  tlitmtty   i������5.t' SO-   t-liahi-i*,   thonoe  north -JO e)iiHr?is to- poin>.  of cohi  :'im>n������niu)������'t, contaiiiing L^iO tseres.  ���������iinoiv <6v ls^s.'"  'Isii'wd MiiKcmw, i;  K^^ui:, ?>f Appfjcanl in fuh j;  Ucbert Honry Cheatnat,. A^mn  D^> M������|rcli lSih, lill-2.  1-..C   .1  - Francis T. Tordiffe,''Agent  i)at������d ti'iis 8tli day'of April'1912  I   .      l,i        1       . *      V ii ���������.    ���������   . *  hUltl W yWir ���������ijMWWIM"f tfWIIW* BT.  SftywaKi I.an^ i>bliiv;4  '"���������iMsn-ict'of Coast'  . .   ,Tak������ notice ibat RefjjnjihJ W������-  '^lijr������ U:-ie to   "place o^ rouwaeace- tera, of Vancouver, l5.C.,b������c������ipa-  nient.'"  '   WlandA": Uird     ;tion, WRJiiWiutewf*   u>  ftpply  '��������� ���������   ��������� v ��������� ���������        -..-..     u for pyrmi*sion to p;wfcliaf>tt t3>������ vol-  Lowirig'dwhciil*ed lands:���������  ConmieiicUiw at a post planted  1 miie east of trie south wist corner of lot 550, thsmw-in st HO  chains, soiith 40 chains,'^eet  SO    jfoi'in'OC Jfotiee.  Notice is )ierel>y given that   .90  ciay^'iTtcj date j'hitend'to 'apply!,  W'tha llonovir'ahlo' JiihijsfcV':'of  t i      ��������� j     ,.      i    ,��������� -       ���������?...':'������������������  j,ar-di for a license to prospect for;;  i-p'il an'd petroleum uiide'r'Uie fore  Vh<������re and nniler the water'on the  ~! wtfV-j n���������aiid-oppOHite. th e Jo]1.q������u_  '^ifr descriiied laud'* situate in Ru  'ii?rt District:- Commanciiiff at a  pffAl planted on the spa beach at  ]i?k)J'i >vater'marU at the .intersee-  )4>y ������f &'K\niif> iy rtjid Xii, Towu-  ;*$|> VP������rt McNeill, Unpert Pis  '{Wl'i &*������<w H"r������i(rtr80 fchiiips, ^80,  i^Siw^^t St.������3* ten churns,1' 10l' more  ,tw W������> t<h "lijfjh water mark on  'j.r.'di.'rt ryint; thence' westerly  ii'lonpr shore line to"it������torjsocti.qiTis of  ^^'������������������lions 23 and 24-,'TowiiKliijj 2;|  th.'enco tolitlierlv sixty-iiightchnins  V)8, mure or'h^'s to high water  in'iirk oil south side of Port Null  Harbor; (hence easterly along  .shore line to place of cbmmonee-  '���������I'tient. :      fo.HN "S. KKNNKDy;  "' ��������� Pranais %. Toi'dU^e,Ag.ent  Ibted t)iis ,8tli c)ay of April J012  ehajne, 'north '^O Opsins (lo poi-n.  or coinni������iHn)������nent' toiitaiiun^ H20-  'sicres move or less.  Reginald Watprs.  Kairie yf Applicant in fnll  Robei'f'Ileiivy Qhestmi^ '/^gent  \)zib Mavcli 12th,' 1U1S;   '    '':  ���������m.  :fiiti**mt~*wmm.-wwM  LAN I)--NOTICE''' -  : ������������������  Saywurd' Land District  TAKTi'' 'NOTidli' thrtt' Cl'iarles   U'  i''1ynn, of New' York, 'N. Y, occupation  t-.i������ii?,' intwifl* t'o apply   for permission  'in' purchase "tlie ,!fdliowiii|j 'described  I llH  :is:-'C'(iiininencin[; tit a ' port' planted  7.24 chains'cast'of die' S. Wi corner'"of  ,'l.ot 550, "thence' "io'.itn 6^,84. 'chains,  Uitir.te' w*st'jo'chain's, ^llc'nc,e, 'north ^16.  )'..j chain's, thence cAc.t'3'.) cliriin's to' poi'iU  ,'ef commciicBinent "containing' 200 ticr'is  .���������poi'c or lc������<  ,;   '    " CHAIU.VS O'.I-J.VNN.  Kolicil 'llcui-)' t'hcMmit, Agent  l.ruc NJay loth, i^i:. '  jihl'.! ' ' iiukI'I  Siywanl blind DUtrjct,  TAKK. NO'i7i;K that John fjiaijiH'  ���������Jai.is r.uKoll, n( New York,' N. Y,',' orcu  p'.u'i'ni, fii|',inccr, inieiiits to itpply fnr  pcimission to purchase d''c folloWlht; <)���������:'���������  Lcuilnid Tamls:---(;oinint'nciiin at a post  iniiitted at' tlie S, VV. ''corner of Lot 550  11tuMcs' nbrin 40 chains, tlicnco v������cM.  lii/fi'c.iiam'no'tlie (jhU botinilarji of Lot  VlK,'ihencc south' alontf 'said' honndary  4������ ch.;iiri<,'ilichrft t'lVtt 22.76, chains to  ,rii)'|iiVoi' ,comnie"ncenicrttvcontaining 91  liiji'c;'. nioro'or lei's."' "   '   ���������'���������   ''  JOII.\'.l>iA(>������,ii.������j..> C.j'.IU'IJ  Hair. May 'rritli,'}0I2.  Say ward Land District  District of Coast  Take iiotlee that If ranees (-JeT-  ald Hudson, of Vancouver, U. (!.  ooeupation gontleiimn,  int.onds ti  apply   for pen^ission to purchase  tho foliowiritj described lauds: ���������  jDoniniencing at a post pjautud  at the south enst corner of lot 547  thence east 80 .chains, themtu  Houtli 4f) chains to north hound-  ary of lot 550, thence west alony  oaid boundary, 80 chains, thence  north 45 chaiui to this post.  FrancesGerald Hudson,  .     Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agent  patoMiircl'iiaih, i()l2.  Snywai'd Laijd District  District of Const  Take notice that Minnie .Kerr,  of Vancouver, Ii. 0, occupation  spinster, intends to apply for,per-  liiis^ion to purchase tho following  described lunds;���������  Commencing ntsti post pluiUe.;  at the sniith-oast enrner of lot  5-1.7, thence west 10 ehaiiisjlrrjne.e  south -15 chains, thence oust lO  eiiains uloujj; the mirth boundnry  of lot .550, thence north 4R chiiins  to p.iint of (,oiiitn"U(,eiiiM,it, win-  taiiiiug ,IR0 uerw.  jM'uiiije K'orr  Nume of Applieimt in full  Robert Henry Chestnut, Aj'-ent  Dale March 12th! 1042.  ^PORT MAN'N, mainland tcrmia-  ^sof the Cnnaclian Northern Railway, .15  d^earded by those wlv.) ,l<naw, as the  .greatest city of opportunity in north Am.-  "cri(:a to-day. tt cannot help becoming  tone of" the very biggest cities in the west  ���������Property values cannot help going   away  :UP'  .13,11)' 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 122 ft. .(guaranteed  ���������high, dry and level, c.r your money back)  ifc.r $275. Terms $15 down,"$ 10 a month  no interest,  no taxes till .19.14.   ���������  Other-   guaranteed  lots for $120; $5 ,  .a month.    Booklet  and full particulars at  .this, office,. fr\ m  CHARLES HERAPER  GENERAL AGENT  COMOX and COURTENA*'  -HDr "from"  a  .t<;  aiij.'M  scThe Port Q^mn Peopko"  837 Hastings Street, West Vancouver, B.  i^^^^^^^^  CU1BI5RI,AND  CAFE-  KOlt SAtK ;N hooj< a)l yoiiiifr  tpurtf olionld re/ui,      Ju |eu   ji.vn'n noj-Ms;  A'ddn.-sti lctterw, drnwev \\, 'Kitn-l |,.���������,���������,  I'l'Opi'ietui'B,  11  ��������� no ri���������Mil ifmn KiiiiIiim ii������i 1       immh  111 ail   ���������wmwiii  KOI I SAl.H -A black team of  IJorni Of Notice,  Noliee is hereby given that BO  dnys nl'tei' dute I intend to apply  to the lliuionriiblo Miniidor of  LiuhIk for n lieonse lo prospect for  eotil and petroleum ni)dyr ihe  rorobhorn and under the syuter on  llio lundii in a I'd opposite the i'ol-  lowing deHcrilie.d lands Hituatod in  Unperl Oi������triet;-(!omnumoing id  nt 11 poid planted on the hoii boneh  11L hij^h wider murk at the inter  Heetiou of Sections 1-t and Jo,  Trnvntdiip 2, Port MeNeil, Ru.  perl District; thence north ilfty.  live, u������"i ehnins move o> less to  hi^li water mark on the north  Hide of Port MeNeil Harbor;  thenee following the sea lieaeh at  high water mavk around the head  i>l iiai'iioi' iu pluou >'T ���������<,' uir.KMH",.'  nient, KuANCiri M Tpi<ua-i-K  Dated this 8th day of April .1012  ]'<)}}  SAI.M The South ttnst  '-���������.'.mi!! !'���������'.:���������, 8i,hI ji'oviou'of M.iiiyj)oi't Avfiiiie ami  ^.i-cord St,, Villi building. Price  ^'.I'io'OO, Apply al thin ofllee or  P. ,0. llo\ U-l-fc Viuieouver.  mm  W 'J!,  tdl eh-;-:ii!  !.  -. - h . y  i .vce.it. T..<  !l. ;''."'������>1S  a:i ruti-  'inni HAlJfH���������('nsolitie lauuiii  jjo iett iu lehgthv j ft hcain, B*h,  !'������ . cii^iu'% ������i)l carry ro 'passeu-  iers.' TwocabinH. AjVply'^oni-  s>>v',h Bi^Yctlfc Sliop, .^v'L St.'  \ ^ftgfj Wood's PKos^oaine,  L W51*'V'4*J! '"���������������   Vrrttl  KmiVm   J'r^-dn.  I   '7\J<?/V  '7-/,'r<iiii������iimillnvi|;m".inviUiM\vlit������!i'  ^^ I '.ii IkhtUI'/, Ufnhil unit Hruiii tliirri;. !><���������>;  ������������������������������������������������������        ��������� \ powx'mii, ijixmil WtnkntM. limhmnn*, H/H-r  Ifelfr UliD Ult<\\������l AI JVI i r?  \\i)hi h-jc0������j|,i;rV������)c Mxr������rW. ������"���������" -.wll ?������:<���������,������.������', r,*  pAiaij  ai   linn vjciuur* -JB^* ! ^yni,kjf.onlw-f.ipt,oipnm AVim������������Mi-!aei  nvfMWflriawi  hSQUIMAbT   AND   NANAIMO  RM1-WAY.  PURLIU NOTICE id hereby  pi.vcn that the K>quimalt' and  Nanaimo Ilochvay Uompun'y. did  on tho wVnoKoinh day of January,  1912, deposit in 'he T.iiud Hot-inry  Oiliee in the City \l Vk'orin, hi  iho Province of Biitinh Col urdiia  plan, prolilo nnd book of roiefenco  showiim the lo'.'ii'ion of it a pro  \)imn\ lino of railway from lMnck  Creek to Camplell   River.   Van  Soyward Land District.  District ot'Snyward.  TAKK   NOTICE, tliat  Murray  Oorluy, of   Victoria,   occupation,  binkor, inlpinU to apply for per  in>rion to purohafo the following  doicribfd hinds';���������  (Jotnmoncing at a post planted  i\t iho N, E. corner of Lot R70,  thonco wo.4 20 chuim������, thence  novlh 20 chains to phoro Hoo,  llicnco following ahoro line oaater-  Hoard of Roilwny   CommitiMonefH  for On nnd a,  In iikjf. on iwclpt, of prt<.....    ,. ...  DATED    thin   twenty Hoeond  day ol'.Jammry, 11)12,  Wi'F. hJAI.SlUMtV,  rjiertunry.  Mvt*, KimniH will j*ivo |o^houk  on tho piui.o at her honRp pi .lei:-  ucfllem, formerly owned by Mr  James Stewart, on and after  Mnreh -ith���������until then in (Junipan  iiMinl.  U. H iMttiSfcLip.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil KITCHEN ������'.UTEN8IL8  Sportsmen^ Goods  . and  General Hardware  Buyward Lund District  . ���������Disiricuif Snyward ���������  TAKE NbTICE'lliai. ICyrlo (J.  Bymouu of Vicioria, occupation  gentleman, liitendB to apply for  pormisiiion to���������puich������uo tho follow*  ingdoiJCiiOKl lands:-���������  Co ninuncing at n poet planted nt  tho N. \V corner of lot 318, (bunco  Houth 20 ehaiiip, thenen wout 80,  ohninB, thonco north 60'.chains to,  shore lino, thence east following  ���������hare lino 80 cliaiiiH to point of  commenci'meni, containing 280 no*  roB moro or Ichc.  KYIUiK. 0. BVMON8  Nnme of ApplionnUn full  Date March 2thh, 11)12,  PORM OP* NOTICE  New Westminster I���������n.nd District  District of New Westminster DC  TAKK NOT1CP: that 1, Henry  PipToy. of Sautlwick, 11. O. oceu?  onurchuso tiie loliosving dcccnl<d patioiv.KnTwrr, intends to  apply  landni��������� for pennission   to purchase the  Commoncing at a jmhI planted following 'described laudsi-Coni  al tho ft. W. Corm>r of bot 165, nl ,m,i)1R f|t ft ���������nBt |^1|tccl at tlle'  ihuico north ttuc.rMj.y.uua.w: ^ Sollll,.Enst   c ,,oum   miC  20i:ham������lo ehoro, thence Kt.uthcr-  memunu'nt,  conlairiing   00 acres  more or'huH.  MURRAY (iOlU.AY  Nume of applicant in full,  Dato March 2?lh, 1912.  ii ������������������ i i .a.   iiimimmw iii^inimit iimir-.-.iii     ,i iiiw inrwinrnf    -in. ���������  ��������� ���������  Haywavd Land District  District of Suyward  TAKE NOTICE that Percy A,E  Wood, of, Victoria, occupaiio.n broker, lutoinib U) n|t| i> im j.c....i.  ly following snoro lino to a point  making 80 chains Htiiithoily, thence  ciiHterly following ������horo lino lo  point ot coiumenctiount, tonla'i.-  iliji, IC'J aurci?, more <>r Iwy.  PERCY A, e! WOOIj  Naroc of Applicant in fnR  Date March 23rd, 1012. ' :  and a half miles fvpip Lloyd  Point, in Horn fray channel,  thence 20 chains north, thence  20 chains west, thence 20 chaum  ?nuih, thi'iice aoehaim east, to  point of eouinu jn-enuiii, (.onliiin-  jutf 40 acres, inore p������- U;;s.  UUN'.JY I'HROV  Applicat\t.  .T>V15 July 17th. ton*.        fcep������ t LAN.D   ACT
Wayward Laiul .pistrict.   ���  .
District of Coast.      _
[KK JMOTICE jjiai,\yit)iaiji Harey
/ of \Vancouver, U.X., occupation
jr, intends   to apply for. peumsi.ion
tie ih.c following described lauds:- ���- |
Inencine at a no*t pLmcd at- high ) Dated this 7th OUy of Nov., 1911.
NOTICE U -her.Jjy given that-' at tho
next mooting of tho Hoard of Lioenso'Gom
omBioners'of. tho City of; Cumberland, wo
inlocd to.'npplyjC >r a loucwtd ii tho hotel Hc��n&o helil byua fur ihV Voudamo
j. Hotel, situated on lot 5 blcok,3, Onrabosr
land To-.vi;sito.
WILSON 4 lJRAMHEHG.
��� maik about 40 chains east of May
i oint, Read .Island, thence.east 20
!s,.thence sptith .40   chains, ,-thcnce
20'chains, thence north  40   chains
inl of cot,niViencemeiu contuining<6o
mote or less.
~   William Haru.v Huklky,
Name of Applicant
Jeny Genaz/ie, Agent.
May, a8tl\ 1912.
' (NOTLOIS    ""   "
Isiborlond   &   Union   Water
works Co., Ltd.
.prinkiing   will   be   allowed
y-two nights   a   week,   viz.,
ES ID AY and FRIDAY, from
i 9-o'clock iu the evening,
ycaky taps mtrst be attended
Id once,
vny changes or   additions   to
ring piping must be sanction
by the company.
By Order,
L. W. Nunns, Secretary.
Niberland, B. 0., Ju;ie   29th,
2.
NOTIOK.i* lior.by ��iven that,] at tie-'
ucxt. nuUiiig of tho Board vl Lioorno Com--
misfionera of the City of CunMjfcrlnvd, 1
ntond 10 npp y for a roanw.il of-the* Inlet liteuBO held by me for the Ctnuborlnikl
HoUl, utuuttd on lot 1, block li, CumUr-
luud ToAUsite.
- ' WILLIAM MEEK 1 FIELD.
���Dated tide 7th. day of Nov., 1911.
NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days
���ifter dalea pplicudon will be made to
the .Superintendent of Provincial Police,
Victoria, 11. C, for a ttansier of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in die
lead known is the Port AujjtMa Hotel,
situated at Coition, 11. C. /10m John
(Jharltts Clarence to Amos Coltiti)>ton.
-Jim.\ Ckaklks Clakknck,
Holder of Licence.
Amos Cottington,
Applicant.
Dated M.tv 15th, 1912.
-. PUBLIC NOTICE
.-���NOTIClS'is hereby given that
all property owners,are request-;
ed to connect their premises
with the new sewers, wherever
same arc completed, on or beiou-
the-15th day ol March,-1912,
and ii said connect ions are" not
made by the "above date, the City
Council will proceed to complete
same at'the expense- of the prop.-
erty owners,
, By order of
Tlie City Council
A. McKINNON,'
City Clerk,
Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 191a
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���CORNER    LOT
JOINING
AND   AD
LOT
ROOMS for rent at Marinclli'H
Rooming [louse, Denve.it Ave-
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An Ad in the   News
pays.    Try it.
���FOR SAj;ii-Three milk
cows, first class milkers, also two
heifers in calf, graded stock,
three horses, two drivers and a
general purpose marc, age three
and tour years. Apply to I)..
Roy, Roy's Beach.
." **.House, Bam,* and two full sized lots, thoroughly
;��� cieared,-First-class garden, ten roomed house, barn 50x30
and other outbuildings. Beautifully situated, on one of
the main thoroughfares of Cumberland. Price $3000;
terms $2000 cash; balance to arrange. A snap, and one
of the best'buys in City. For particulars apply at Tho
Office of the News, Cumberland B. C.
FOR SALE
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HALF LOT size 30.x 120, situated on Duusmuir Avon ill
ue ; in good business location, close to the Bank of Com- |
mcrce. l��iice Sif.oo; terms, Siooo cash; balance to suit |
purchaser. For particulars apply at The N'ews offioc, |
Cumberland. 13. C. |
he Cqurtenay Hotel
ifivery convo'tiieiiee for'gueals.   -
ae Cential Hotel for Sportsmen
[���e l)ut the Hf,st of Wines and Liquors
lie IUr.
RATES REASONABLE
John Johnston,   Prop
Union Steamship Co. of B C. Ltd.
THE S. S, COWKMIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER
POWELL RlVER-'COMOX:UiNTON-CAMPBELL RIVER route
Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p/mArrive Oomox-Friday,6 a, in: -..-,
�� Depart 7 a. m.
Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a m. (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)
NANAIMQ DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE
Leave Vancouver Saturday 8-p.m.  Arrive  Nanaimo, 12 midnight
Anive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a m. Depart 5 p m.
Arrive Comox,.Sunday 8 a m. Depart 4 p'.ni.
Subject to change without notice.
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. -. *E NQl'JfE thatCha:uiuc ��iufn ' ���
L-'. A.r, of Nyv .York, Now Yolfc.
���couimtlou oletk, intend to npply f.��r {.or-
miis'on to pureliago the .-following oi��-
cribottlandf: Oommcjuoing at apo-t iliut-
ail nt northeast corner of lot 000, there;
north SO chains, thcuco west .89 chaioe,
thenco aouth^O chains,, thono-e t aat fr)
lamina to point o^coinfliencvnaent contaiu-
iug 010 acres moro orlena.
GHANNING 8TUAKT .DU>?BAH
Fisher Al.G��iaKius, Agent,
Date Juno 23rd, 1912
Saywanl Laud Distriot.
Districc of Saywurd.
TAKE NOTICE tint John Ar.hur Daly,
of -Now York, Now .York, r^enpatton clerk
iutecd* to apply for permlssiou to pur
chaio tho   following  describo.l landd:-r-
Go:utnonoing ut;' a   pOdt pla'ittU  at the
south-east   coniT of Imaso -10,   theixy
-outh.SO cUmdj,   tLoneo  wrst.ff clinn^.
thonco north  80 eliaiuc,   lU-rco  want u>
chiUoB to poi: t of toiamo*��tnui.l CJ��*'ab��
ing 1J40 aci e* ware 01 lr-,3.
JOHX ARTHUR I-ALY
Fiflhor 11. Git-kin?, Agent.
D4o Juno 2-lth, 1912. ���
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Suywanl Land Diatrjct.
District ot Saywatd.
TAKE NOTICE tint Walter Bed��lt
I'y.st, ' of Now York. Now Yoik
occupation laborar, i.vteu<t�� to lU'pli'
for permission .to puicliajo tho fol'owin(r
described, lauda:���-Commencing 'it �� |'u<t
Ijlnnted 1'20 clnin wast aud 10 ch. ina
nerth-uf th'c pout'j-eaot .corner of LeasM*
46, thence south SO chains, thonco cast ill
chains, theuco notth .60 clmin��, thence
weet.-iO eliaine tp.point ofcomtuonc meut
containing 320 acrea more or le��.
.WALTER BKWSLL BESJ
a Fisher M. Gaafcip*, Agonf.
DateJun^atth, 1912.
jjnywani Laud Di-tricl       *
Dibtvict of Sajward.
TAKE NOTICE that Ch.u'.os Penny ef
Vancouver, U   C; occupation coutrao t;,
���ulends ta apply f ;r   ocrmi'sicn  to   pur-
oLate the followict;   jd��aerihoJ   landu-?-
Cou!i��eneJug at   a   pojt   planted   at   thi
���^oi^h oast ��otnoi of lot 5.7;?, these ��� wess
lOchaliw, thenco Bou'-ii '80 dnnis, thutoe
t-aat 40 chains, tnenco uoi\\i .80 e'.iiiins ���*���>
ooiut  of comtuencemsnt coutmnif-K  B-d
jcres raoro  or leba.
.C.HAHLKB 1'fcXSY
F t>:iev   M..-Liaskiu��, A^eui,.
Hated Junnl'J.h, 1SJ12;
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NOTICE..
To whom it may concern:���
This Is to notify the public
|.luit all freight charges on bond-
:tV goods eleated at Union liuy
lor the Comox Valley ������must be
Ip.aid before goods can be lorward
led. .By oj:def    -
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Is your life. Insured?
Is your home Insured?
Are Insured against sickness and
accident?
Liability, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.
KOTiqii:.;
TENDERS for tho routing of
tllitnnstou Fiirm, Sandwick, will
j l��o received nji to -August 81i��t
\)tiV&,; All. piWtieulurH to bo -1��k1
1 from li. R.Oliffis Siuidick; li. C
Tlio lilglioHt or any toiuhn1 not
iiecwsMivijy nfcuptud.
LiiciuH R. Cliff".
\K)\i SALH�����(H��o�� 'Home'
TliononrapU   nucl   4   dojten
ininutc records; will sell cheap.
Apply Ciimbinland News Office.
F( )R IN FOllMATION WR1.TE TIIK
Vancouver Island   insurance Co.,
820 fort Street       -      -      -      -      VICTORIA, B.C.
%iiiiiiii��itiiiiiM
Ul��<*.i'(i>
not be leccivcwl *i llua u^kc l.ntci
than ia o'clock noon on Tues
flays.
to public school. Salary $75.00
pop month. Apply to Alox Som
crvillo, SewtHfti'Yi Minto. U. C.
FdR'SAr^K-MHrii'dU'ur Q ��
inglui'imcmi   Di'rwjiit   Avi'inu;.
iiimii p��yiu;i, Uiir.i'i^-,;
\vvX   lociUi����U.    V'or
partienh'.iH
rylOVING ?
Pianos and
-'   F.urniturk
Freighr, Wood and Coal Hauled
�� INDEPENDENT
'TRANSFER
RICHARDSON & HAVWOOD
PHONE 5.7
Winder mere Ave.
j3*yw:i!d Land Distriot
JL)istiictif Say ward
TAKE NOT1CK that William John
Whiting of New York, 11. Y., oooupation
Kntjlneer, inteuds to apply for pormiacion
to vurohano tho following deacribed lands:
������ Oomi'iCDQing at u jost plsntod UO cliuiup
bouUi and ;)() cliiiiH tint fiou tho loitl.
wast corner ot l��t ">70 (on iiost 574) thonco
north 20 olun��, Hi nco \ve��l 30 clminn,
thonco aouih '20 chains, thor.ee oust 3"
chaiiiB to jioint nf ooiuiuoLOOni'-'Jil o;n-
taining GO nco* moro or lo.��i'.
William Jons Whitixu
Fiohur  M, Ouskiii', A^i-ni
Djitcd Juno 23rd, 191*2.
Sayward Li��d Uistnyt
liiytr ct cf'tiiyward
TAKE NOTK3E that Myrilo Honn'eUe,
.[ VtiuouuTor, occupnlion   Nurse, ioti-uila
.0 apj.dy for jMi.'inisaion.io   l>llrc^l^e   ihe
f. illo\".ing desenbud  luuda:��� (^otr.ineivciug
at iv i)o��t planted at iho ��� 1 oitli eaat cu: :ur
i)f lot 581, tlicnco ��j*it   40 Uiaiua, thence
[hence north  -IU  .ehjiibii,   tho ce . woat
4p-v.-hnii)Sr-theuce--Boutl!-iO-cUui':'i-_t'i���
point of  oonuuoat'omciit eoutainmg   1GC
ttcns more ox Ies3.
MYiuLKBosiu-njr
Fishor M. Giskina, Aj,r��nt.
Dated Juno 19th. 1912.
Say ward   Land District
.Diairiot ��� f si yward
TAKE NoriOE  tliit  Joseph   Homy
Hior i.f New York, oct-up.ti .n Silt-Biniu..
uiUiidu 10 upply for panniuwon   t��   i-U'>
ihaco   tho   foi]ov,ing   dt.acnbe-t  lands:-r
t'ommotiomg nt a pos.t phtatcd 90  cluiun-
woit KUd tou  (ihiiiua north of the wiutb
.lust corntr of h-ana 40, tlienc�� north '20
oliiiuis, IhouoauiiHt 20 onr.ins, tlierns Soutu
-���20 chuiiiM, tlniiiee wost2Uoliuiij�� tu pon.t
nf   c��uiinenci.-i��oiit  containini;   40   at: os
i.;.)io or Itss.
- Josiii'ir HeskY Uai:h
Fishor M. GuskiuB, A.^oni.
Jatcd Jnno 25th, l'Jl'2.
OKDHKS TAKRN  l'OR NUT   COAL
        1,   m^^i^^.mm^^�� m *m**m * g 11 .Iff, r
Siiywiirii Lu-d Dictrlol
DutiU't ofiS.iyv.nrd.
TAKS NOT1C1S   tit.t   ll.nry   Alfred]
lie. H, ofNow^ork, Now York, oconpati-
011 olbotridinn. intn'mls t-i apply f.irp.'niv.a
Snj wumI Land Uintrict.
TAKHNOWK tint Carha Henry riOT^riniB/lon'to purch.U tho follow-
IJj��t,  <f  Now York,  N.Y.,   Kooupaltou it1g doaoribad liutdii-douunonoihq at 0
Balt��m 'ii, lnt %ih to apply for permUnioti po(jt V\M^,{ (li t,)0 mniU uluit oorocr (,f
'to puroliuo Iho foHowin�� dtaoribod land*! tboil0tttl W0Bi.( nufttler oi Ml 583. theno*
NOTICE
Co.nmoiioiiiK txb a piHt   ptitntod  nt tho
noi'Ui-ciut coinor of lot 5.V2, tliunco north
'20 uhiniH, thonco went 20 olmiiiH, thi'noo
I HOuth 20 oluiluH, tliunca oust 20 cluiuu to
fjioiit nf comnipncomciiit conh'iuing 40
uci'v'* moro or loiin.
CllAllUs HBNUY HKST
Kmhpr M. O.iikiim, A^nt.
1) to Juno20 b, 1'JID.
40oluiiuB<jiiBt, tUenoo 4(.l olmnm icith
tlieuce40ohain8 west, thotic* 40  chuinn
south to point ot common;oment omitain-
ing 1C0 acre* moro or 1 hsi ,
llKNity Am'Iiki) Ui:hh
KiHlua-M. i'i iiskin', Agout
D��t��ilJuno2Hl-, li)]'2.
Any ]ioi'8on or poi-sons, cutting,
i'tMiiiiviii'i or tnlving   any   hluchn,
timber or wood, ot'ivny dcscriptiodti
lolon^iiiji; to tho 'Wellington Colts ry Co'y,, or from or off tholnnd
of tho 8itid (Joiujmny,  or nhyonu
lipping rubbish of any description
unywhero   upon   the compftny'ij
laud will ho pro^wnlod to tho full
oxtont of tlio law,
W. I��� COULSON,
11 Uonomi Aiitiiitgi-r, i
Wellington Colliory (5o,y '
"nywurd Land Dutrict.
Dinlrlct of Snyward.
TAKK NOl'K'K tl nt (Jo-Hyp Btuol(e,,of
Now  York, N. Y., ncoupitioii  ejiKlnoor*
intonda lo npply ftr iisrmiKt,ion to \mr.
eluBO   tlio  fo'.lowm^   doiurilu'd lundH:���
("ommor.ciiiu, ��t tv po^t planted 20 eliaina
Houth of tlio nnrtli-cant c.-1-ppr <>f 1.1 fifll,
tlioneo oimt 20 chuinn, tliMioe tmith  40
ohltin", UiOiico   woit  20   ch^ili",   tlumeo
Boiith 40 oliiiit.H to pu ut i.f votnniinco-
jncivt oont-'inng 10 i��i'n�� in* ro or \<w.
( KOlUiK STU(';KK
Vttdirr M. (liuliut, A^ont.
Sayward Land Rij-triut.
Dimr ft or Sa',wv(l,
TAKK NOTK'K  that William John
'.'ulllviui, Now York, N. Y.,   occupation
olork, intend* to npply for pprmlfH'on t
imrohaito tlio frO'o.ving  tli�� fol'oivhig >\m-
ortbul litiidn!-��i*or)iiimocii<> at    n   pofil
)>lantad 10 fhuiiH h<��utU frotn Iho couth-
o��i.t cornei' ��f lot fi7U (on pout 571) theugr
liiifth SI) cliniiiM, Ihmon wn*-, HO   ohuinrs,
tlieiuut ii-iuth tiO ohVuu, tlc-uco vat 60
ehiiin*, to jxiint of ooiiniionaonitut OOti*
tnii.iii(�� 640 ttOO-H iiioiu li t����i.
WIUjIAM JOHN SULLIVAN
J-'i liUfM. 0:iHkln��, An0ut>
DatoJunettl.t, 1012,
Snywjird Land Distriot
1> strict of (juyward
TAKE NOIlDli that JauwB Bwnar4
���Donn of Now Yoik, N. Y,, owuputi.iw
IVuclicr, mtoiulu to npply tor pormiuuiov
tu puiuhasa tix fol owiag desenbod land ;
���Oonjii on-.-ii)|,r nt ,1 poi.t p'.intod'ut tlio
north oimt L'oruui' ol lot &83, thence north
tfO u'iuium, tni'uco wiut lit) ehuinx, themw
nootli SO chains tlvjiico eiiit SO uhaiiia tu
liiiiu ot ouiiiiiu'.iK'oini.ut voatuiiilng iitO
ium'or moro or Ics,.j.
k      Jambs Ukukajui Dosjf
Ficlicr M, O'lKltinn, Agtnt,
UutodJuno 24th, -10J2
.SaywRi'd Land Distriot
(JUtriut of SayWHrtL
TAJiK NOTIOK lb-it John Leonard
Ryan of Now York, Now York; ocoviuntw
on hicktT, intcvUs to'npply (or p��rml siba
to purclaso tlio puroliaaq tho following di.s
iV.!rllji<ll IniidHj���t.'oliifuciusin^ at It pout
pluntud ut Uio"rjr��rtli'0.^t uortiox 'if tha
110 III UlHl HUIirhH" ol lyt u(>i,   li.UUCy Oiitt
HO clininii, tlienco north 40 oltvnp, tUoutH*
wttil 80chuinii, thcuco south 40 uhuiua to
pi.ii.t of commetiooiiioDt c>'utni����in^ il20
11 101 moro 01 lcHfi.
JOHN LKONAHU HYAJf
Finlicr'M.UiuklM, A^ont.
lhtoJiuio2lih, IU1'2.
UsUJumi lllth, 1012.
ww,��wnM< **������*#�������������
Say ward Lnd D.ntiiit.
T W'V. NOT1PF, tV.nt William Anan����t.| UindK!���t.'oilUlUMiein^
Hnywnrd hand District
Diiitrict of Suywnrd
TAKK notieo that Joint Cns-
sidy, of N��w Yoik, Ji V.,
occupation l,vironinn, intend*
to iipp-y f����r ]it'ni��ifi*iyn to pur-
i;hary   tho    foil<win*4    described
ut  a   poH
*TATfrTr
tAKS $?l" .*.�� ���� V fh,-,. ��u* AA. l.l��J. ^^^^3 iiiain, Wl ->f iho north-corner of
rV.i.,u-.Ml,to appyfurvuniiMfno,  t^j]���ltd:-Con.nn in-hi�� nt ^ n    port jM _,     ^        ^^    _^     ^
Lnlv to   V.   Mai-iiifJIi,  U��nv<��- t   SUHSOHIHK I'OU TilK NKW8
Atlnno. City. lpW|,y ONK mUA* A VISAtt.
Riding on locomotives uml rail
way enr�� of the Union Holliftry
Contpnny by any |M*rno5 or per-
s��ioti���oxcept tnin crew- -iit strictly
proh!HU:d. l*f>t>i^��yei'H tlQ mh'
���He totVup*>'.ul fur allowing ���-,*t������-
Hy order
W. h. COULSON,
X
8ton
rid
purohiiw tho foro.vir u th,��tir.i*i\.i* "��f.
<^��miti��i>H>i�� n\ �� t'^' V'H'��t'-��l '!" i'M'H
<kM .o.d 2) ohr.ii.i H"i-tli v. the n.nt'i rml
coMii-roflntr.M, ll.��n.-..�� ����4 l>  '���hit����.
Morth-wo��l ctirm-r of lot W3, ����.����^ *ft.
��i0 oha'-in "lO"1 or h'����. '*�� '*����� r,{''; <n��rro
40 chaina tooth  nto-.p cn't l>< ����.''mj'  ,,f
1       tlmiirn
I'Jii.'l      .   U.I'iJl    I      "' ���        * "   '   1
-(-.ith HO cliuiiiK  thence ciwt 30
.iudiifi, tlii'iue notth *.H) clmlns to
UunwHOih   ^>Ui.<',   .ton ,   ��...^    |. ^   ^^    ^^ ^^ _j() ^.^  ,���!>      aa ,..,.���,.��� fir L.M.
mmmtw*iM*~H WW vi-r^poiot of ^^^ ^U's ^l **���� Z^>+
.����w��f�� or lw��.     ,.tl. ........,������,.�� Ki,h,,r   M.( !.��h\n?. Ajintt,
WILLIAM AtJUAt)t>i I.l.sl!i.Ui)��l , ' '���'"
VWitr M Jlwkiii*, A�� .tvf.   (1 u^��d -1 itnc'4Ut��j 1 ���*\**i
oommernf^ou
Uf IC,f''      UKOiUiK.-lIAliLH^HrOKK
Pftlo .Jptin IVh '*l,a
I jnt�� Juu�� '��ot-l'��
,r TITF- TVFW������r. rTWNT'.wr.A'rm B. n  /'     7  SAMPLE MARKET   .  .���������..������������������.^JPR-GRAW  How it Will We( k Against the Best  Interests of the Farmers of the  Canadian Northwest  Tho efforts ot the dealers In wheat  and other graim to establish a sample market in,- Winnipeg aro being  mado by men \i ho desire and who  appear to bo determined lo regain  tho control ot tho grain trade they  held for many years, but which they  have now lost. Selfish motives are  tho prim.- moving principle that govern all tlio steps they aro now taking.  Lot us oxamino'tho true Inwardness  of tlio 'mutter.  There aro only about seventy-seven  days from tho tlmo tho crop commences to inovo, In the fall of tho  year, until tho close or navigation at  tho head of tho Lakes. Tho grain  crop of Western Canada is taken  "froiji Fort William and nhlpped across  the'(.treat Lakes by boat" to the oast-  em markets. After tho close of navigation tho grail, grown In the west  which hurt'toot gono across the fcakea  by boat must necessarily go by rail  . routes to tho Atlantic ports either  around tho��������� north shore of Lake Superior or through the United States.  Under the proposed* system of  sampling, Wory carload of grain pass-  Ing'through Winnipeg on all the different lines ot railway will ho subject to a wait of twenty four hours,  except Sundays and holidays when  the wait will be twice (hat long.  Tho plan of those in favor of a  sample market is that when a carload  of grain arrives In Winnipeg a sample Js taken from it and sent up to  the Grain Exchange and tho grain dls-  . posed of ..;������ that, sample. Immediately after It has been been disposed of  the railroad is notified and the car  sent forward to its destination which  ' may be East to Fort William, Eastern  Ontario or tho Maritime Provinces, or  to points in tho Western Provinces,  whore the grain Is used for local- consumption. Thus every car arriving  In Winnipeg would have to remain in  the railway yards until the grain was  sold. This would mean .a delay of at  least one full day.  The delay In transit of cars arrivr  lng In Winnipeg on Saturdays would  be much longer, as tho samples taken  from cars'arriving at eleven o'clock  or later on (hat day would not reach  tho grain exchar.ee.; In order to be disposed *of before it closed for that  day, because on Saturdays the exchange closes at one.o'clock.-.- Therefore the samples from the cars arriving in Winnipeg at eleven o'clock  antLalso every car arriving between  that hour and the hour of ^opening  of ihe., grain exchange on "Monday  ���������iridrnlngr-woukl-liave���������to���������remain���������in.  Winnipeg Until Monday evening. Tha}t  is, on Monday afternoon the orders  for forwarding of cars to their destination would begin to pour In to the  rnllwav companies, and all the cars  which had arrived after eleven o'clock  on Saturday morning would not start  to move until late Monday afternoon.  It Is of the first importance, in fact  It, is imperative; that cars should  reach their destination and be unloaded without, delay, and returned west  for another shipment. , Anything  that' would tend to prevent prompt  unloading should bo guarded against  Such Is tho plain statement of the  scheme of a snmole market, as proposed by tho Winnipeg Grain Exchange, As a specimen of presumptuous selfishness It has seldom been  equalled, Tt Is nothing short of a  barefaced oHemnt to hold , n\ the  fnrmers of tin West, through the man-  tnnliiltoo of their market, for the benefit of tho dealers���������the middlemen���������  who always trv to eel. the lion's share  nf nnvllilng In sight. They aro al-  wiivs on the spot, and want the opportunity n-first, choice affords them  to-"pleon just what they want. The  i remainder, not desired, Is allowed to  ' pass o.i to ihe Lakes.  Tho ring have rosv visions of fat  commissions from ��������� Eastern millers,  who cannot alU-nd Iho samnlo market  Mid get a first choioo, Tho ring will  be able io glean nil" the host grain  in the sample market. The remain-  dor will go forward and ho sold by  grade. *      ' .., .    ,  T.nl (lie rrenoval market will he injured hv Mir average quality of, sny,  No, 1 Northern deteriorating In pro-  norllon lo the riuanllty of the very  host wheat which will ho takon out  or the whole crop on the samnlo mark-  . t>l and Ihe farmer will receive a loss  prion on hts crop.  French Birth Rate  Veer nllng to statistics Issued, the  birthrate of France during the last  year w.'.h moro deplornhlo than ovor,  and the number or deaths exceeded  Mm births by 31.RM. representing  Urn.. Iohk of population. Tho birth-  rule wiih (ho lowest ovor recorded bo-  lng only 742,111.  On the other hand. France compares ," vorably with her neighbors In  the matter of marriages, which iiuin-  !>or*il II07,7HR, lining nil her moro than  In 1(110. -Divorces are Increasing, (he  niinhcr hist year being Ll.oriR. An-  oilier InleresMri',' point Is that France  Iiiih moid old people than nny other  conn! if.  His Gain  J'alhnt (n nporlKri^nii who lias been  tor, since .ho accident    I've    gnlii"d  two ih.iiikik!  Uocfor���������Ali, but you forget the  r.mount i,t nlicl you received In vour  hack.- Tat lor,  Provision  for  Deduction  Nation characteristics aro suggested- by/this story.       ,  A'"certain, gentleman complained to  thi-ee * friendsr-an Englishman, a  Scotchman, and ' an Irishman���������that  his servant broko a great deal of  china.  The matter-of-fact Englishman gave  tho short bit of practical advice, Dls-  miss him!...  Tako it outof his wages, spoke the  thrifty Scot.  Objection to that course was made  on the ground that the wages wore  less that the amount of tho damage.  The Irishman at once cam������ to the  rescue with, "Thin raise his wages."  '., A Real Test  Pnsierby���������What's the fuss In the  schoolyard, boy?  The Boy���������Why, the doctor has just  been around examlnin' us an' one of  tho deficient boys Is, knockln' th'  overlastin' stuff Iii'h out of a perfect  kid;1���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  A  ftndd(������n  Final*  M n mass nioi'llug In a kiuiiII country |( at refreshments wore dlstrl-  lulled lo kfeji the audience In n good  hdinor, Tho first speaker rose lifter  the noise hud ceased lo sonic extent  nnd began his speech by saying: ���������  The old hull Is full to-nlghl, hut  hero his voice win; drowned by the  roiifiiHlon. When It had subsided he  b������.K'to iig.tlu t.y i,,i>iiiK.���������  The old hall Ik mil to-night.  Ho panned for a rhetorical effect  Mud n thick voice lu tho buck of tho  lull  hi id  slowly and  deliberately; ���������  Hit hi old IIUI Umi.  ,'i U������j meeting tuer. broko up,  Many people think that ostrich  farming Is confined to South Africa,  but It .seems the bird thrives aina/.-  lngly in New' South Wales, although  it is not yet extensively bred, There  are at present somo half-dozen ostrich' farms in New South Wales, and  tho; experience gained proves that the  change has produced an- Improvement,on original types, due no doubt  to' tin' climatic 'conditions under  (Which the birds are bred. Ono New  South Wales ostrich farmer, who is  also a manufacturer of feather goods,  unhesitatingly declares that the  plumes of his flock are the finest In  the  v.'orld.T-Westminster Gazette.    '-,.  The Prussian city of Godesburg  will spend nearly $1,000,000 to build  a municipal slaughter house.  - / ���������"'���������;.'  Her Yearning  .'������������������ Little" Marjorie Louise leaned 'on  her graudma's knee and gazed Into  space with a particularly soulful expression. ���������  Oh, grandmother, she .burst out,  suddenly, I just long to grow up and  be a big lady and have corns!���������rl-Iar-  per's Bazaar.  What do you do during the summer  months? inquired Yorlck Hamm,  I go to some resort, answered  Hamlet Fatt, a'nJ act as a professional guest, at garden parties of the new  rich.--Kansas City Journal.  :- ��������� Alike, Yet Different  Mrs.  Youngbride���������My husband    Is  very detormined; he never gives up.  Mrs.    Klcsefist       (sadly)���������Neither  does  mine.���������Boston  Transcript.  He (moralizing)���������After all, man is  %v������ak. She (coyly)���������In union there  Is  strength.���������Boston  Transcript.  She had engaged a maid recently  from the country and was now employed in showing her newly acquired  treasure over the house and enlightening her In regard to various duties  etc. At last they reached the best  room. ; *  These, said the mistress of the  house, pausing before an. extensive  row of masculine portraits, these are  very valuable and you must be very  careful when dusting. They are old  masters,  Lor' mum, she gasped, gazing with  bulging eyes on tho face of her new  employer; lor' mum, who'd over 'ave  thought you'd been married all these  limes!.'  Rare Roman Coins  Coins burled for 1,'COO years came  to light al Dompierre, France, when a  farmer was levelling his yard. These  date from the Gallo-Roman period  amL number about 2,800. Of these  somo 2,000 are silver and tho rest  bronze. They had been burled in an  oirthcrnwaro vessel placed In a  stone built hiding place. As to the  silver coins, those aro In a very good  siato of preservation and are fine  specimens-,' but tho bronze coins suffered much from the air, A number  of rare pieces wero found In tho collection coming from tho reigns ��������� of  some obscure Roman emperors ot the  Into period, Tho oldest coins date  from the Emperor Trajan (6H to 117  A.P.) and the most recent from Diocletian, It Is thought, that tho coins  were hurled about 1115 A.D  Lived on Water ,  Just fancy! There's n fasting man  who has been living for 45 days on  water,  That's nothing, My fathor lived  for 20 years on water.  t;o on!  Ye*, ho was a sea captain,���������-Boston  Post.  A Good Reason  A New York Judgo told a, woman's  law clasi thai his only reason for  opposing woman wil'l'nige was "bo-  online." Ac I the feiiilnlno students  nndciHlood Llm ��������� porfoctly.���������St. Paul  Pioneer Proas.  Cultivation Under Glass  A Swls.: prof.'HRoi' of agriculture  has been experimenting with cultivation tu dec colored ghoiH and finds  that ordinary transparent glass gives  I hi.- best results, Orange glass  forces the plants, but hurls tho fruit;  violet glass Increases tho quantity of  fruit, hut lowerii    Its    quality;    red,  Mil'1    fi������r'    I'l'itnii    f������ln'.M    In    pniMtlvolo  Injurious.  And Maybe the Maid Too  Young MiatresH���������Do you think my  Ernest really lovo.i mo, Emmy'.'  Maid���������Of coui'Hn, he's such a nleo  ,v.iin.������    ������'  Ml-     111'    lll'fxl    111)     |1,,.     r.|,.t  .  FlioRt'iido Waiter.  Deuteronomy  Pastor���������Is It not a wonderful  thought,. my iUnr Mr. Jonon, that  even iho hulrH of your head aro mine  bored.  Cynical Old Bachelor (with a rueful I'lniice In tho mirror)���������Oh. I don't  iiiiovv.     1 could couiil 'urn myself,  Other Intereitn  I wish y< u'd join out cullure club.  Mo? Huh! Wliai can a.woman with  foiirlien new di\it.ii>u c-H'out of a cul-  turo club?  <ll  New Species of Elephant  The ancient proverb, "Always something new from Africa," receives  fresh-illustration . from the reported  discovery in that country of a new  species of elephant. It is known to  ,the natives as the water elephant, and  a herd of five of them was seen on  the shore of Lake Leopold II, by one  of the explorer's sent out by the Paris  Museum of Natural History. Compared with the known elephants they  seemed much smaller, with shorter  trunks,''.longer.'necks and no tusks.  Before more minute examination was  possible the animals plunged into the  lake. An account of this new discovery is given in La Nature.  Mlnard's  Liniment, thn  Lumberman'*  Friend.  What He Wanted Him For  MarirTwain"did"norcherisir"a"fond~  ness for the average office boy. Ho  had an idea that the genus was insufferable, and invariably when the  humorist sallied forth into some business office there was immediate armed hostility between him and the boy.  One day Mark went, to see a friend  at his office,  and  the office boy on i  guard, in icy tones, said;���������  Whom do you-wish to see?  Mark mentioned his friend's name.  What r.o you want .to see him  about?  came next from the boy.  Mark Twain Immediately froze up  and thoirwlth a genial smile he said:  Tell him, please, I want to ask his  hand in holy matrimony. '  BIG   THEATRICAL   STARS  Time Nothing to Him  At a recent dinner a,t which several members of tho   legal    fraternity  ore present, a well-knawn jurist declared that the useless questions  used by young lawyers when cross-  examln'ng their first witnesses, reminded him of tho answer given to a  convict, , ''  A'street laborer, he said, was digging just outside a Slato prison, One  of tho convicts called out from his  c-U; Say, what time Is it?  Tho ;nan kept, on digging and did  not reply, Finally nftor the prisoner had repented tho question two or  thrco times tho laborer looked up at  him.and remarked:  Whni. do you care? You aren't  going any place.  DOCTOR'S SHIFT  Now Gets Along Without It  A phyfdelnn Riiys: "Until last fall  I used to eat moat, for my brenkfHHt  and Huffnrod with Indigestion until tho  moat had. passed from tho stomach.  "Lnst fall I began Iho uso of Grape-  Nuts for brenkfHHt and very soon  found I could do without meat, for my  body got nil tho nourishment necessary from tho Ornpo-Nuts and nlnco  thou J have not had any Indigestion  and am feeling bettor nnd hnvo In-  creasej' In weight,   ���������  'Since finding tho benefit I derived  from (Irnpo-NiitH I hnvo proscribed thn  fooil for nil my put louts suffering from  Indlgeatlnn or over-feeding and also  for Ihoso recovering from dlNoaso  where I waul a food easy lo tnko and  (wliilr. to dlgofit and which will not  overtax the stomach.  "I always find tho results T look for  when I prescrlho (lrapo-Nutn. For  ethical reasons please omit my namo."  Name given by Canadian Po'sluin Co.,  Windsor, Out,  Tho reason for tho wonderful  amount of nutriment, and tho easy  (Hi'oqtlnn of rirnpe-Nnfq Is not linrd  to find.  hi tdu u'cf.i place, tho filateliy part  of tho wheal tud bark-y goes through  varlou.i processes of cooking, to perfectly change the starch Into doxtrosn  or grnpo-siigiir, In whlnh Hinto It la  ready to ho easily absorbed by tho  blood.  Tho pacta In tho wlicnt and barley  which N.ituro can make use of for  rebuilding brain and nerve contrea  aro retained In Mils romniitnhlo food,  and thus tho human body Is supplied  with Mia powerful idronglh pro-  duccrs. bo eaqlly noticed .nfi^r ono  has eaten drape-Nuts each duy for a  week or 10 dayn.  "Thero'fl n reason," and It Is explained In tho littlo book, "Tho Hoad  to Wellvllle." In pkgs.  Ever rend tho above letter? A new  one appears from time to time. They  are genuine, true, and full of human  Interest.  At the Walker Theatre During Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition  For the vtwo weeks .beginning July  8th, in which a,re Ttiio dates of tho  Industrial Exhibition, July 10-20, al  Winnipeg, the beautiful Walker Theatre will offer its patrons two v-nv  superior attractions. The first will  be the well-known comedienne, Hen-'  rietta Crosman, in her most successful play, "Tho Real Thing," and t'.io  second attraction will be "The Spring  Maid.' which, on Thursday, July 21  will begin an engagement covsrin?;  nine nights and three matinees.  Henrietta Crosman is one of the  most magnetic and brilliant stars un  tho dramatic, stage and her lace3t  play, "The Real Thing" gives her exceptional opportunity to display her  talents and charm. Her rolo is  .that_oL,a���������brighti,and,iascinating_w���������^  man who saves her sister from developing into a dowdy and a drud.je.  "ler littlo sisler has let herself s?  after marriage and soon -finds that  her husbana Is seeking solace elsewhere. Jess Lorraine, however,  lakes the young sister in hand an.1  establishes peace in the household,  There Is any amount of good, cls-in  comedy In the story, and Miss Crosman may be trusted to bring it ojt in  full force. ' <   ���������  "The Spring Maid" is one of the  big European and American light opera successes of the day. iWhsn It  was presented In Winnipeg at. the  Walki.r Theatre early in tho season  just over, it scored tremendously, aa  it. tills i��������� delightful story, is full of  clever dialogue, its music Is sparkling ��������� nil haunting, particularly the  famous "Day Dreams" waltz, and it  Is lavishly singed, It will be presented at the Walker again during  Fair Week by exactly the same company, including, that wonderful fascinating and clover littlo prima donna ' comedienne, Mlzzl Hajos. T u>  only change in the cast will bo the  addition of Frank McNaughton, the  celoUratecl Epgllsh comedian, who  will have tlio leading comedy role.  Thcro uro seventy people in the  company,! '  These two attractions, so widely  different nnd so very superior, should  afford ample entertaliimont, to all visitors tojlho Winnipeg Exhibition who  aro out for good dramatic and musical fare, ,  The Qinton Motor Car Co., Limited  Will Show a full line of  "CLINTON"  Motor Care, Delivery Waggons, and  Heavy Trucks, at the Winnipeg Fair  July 10th, to July 20th.  You arc. cordially Invited to Inspect these Canadian made cars If you  visit the Fair.  We want agents In all the centres of Manitoba and Alberta, that are  not already signed up.   For Information address  E. D. Cleghorn, Sales Manager,  Queen'? Hotel, Winnipeg  Agents tor the Province of Saskatchewan:  STERNS &BURTONr--��������� -SASKATOON  Another Relic Gone  Tho old fashioned hoy who always  'bought a coooannt on a holiday has  passorV away with Iho old fashioned  people.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  .Grandpa-���������Johnny, you mustn't 1(1(1  the littlo birds, They havo done you  no harm.  Johnny���������Yos, they have. Thoy'ro  tho ones 'that aro always tolling on  mo.  Playln' the Races  Our Hiram's wiitln' ngaln from  Harvard, said Fnrinor Jtlchlcy, fur  moro monoy for hooka,  Air yo Hiiro ho really wants that  money fur booku Silas? aalcod his  wlfo,  Vans, he hoz ho'll tako his oath  every cont I send hlni gooa to tho  boulunakera.���������Catholic Standard and  Tlmos.  Modern Morals  ThlH latter day or now morality la  too lax for mo.   r  Tho speaker was Jerome 9. Mo  Wado, tho Dululh millionaire.      Ho  This new mornllly, which neemn In  Its tolerance ralhor>i������ oncourngo than  to oppose wickedness, romlndH mo of  a lad I", my Sunday school class.  Now, Tommy, I oald -to this lad ono  Sunday afternoon, now,.Tommy, what,  ,,i.,m)-   ny.   f}f\   Itofojvt   o-'H'   "h?'.'   (">!H   I"?  forgiven. ,  Wo must atn, Tommy replied.���������  Detroit Free Press.    .,..fM������\. ,������������������>-.  ���������   ���������-"���������-*   ,r ������������������ ...  Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured  with I.OOAf, AVpn&tTii'&H, M itiiy ennnot rc������e*  ilia i������������t nf iho iIUiviim. Catarrh in a blood or rnniii-  IV.'i!"*! 41jc������������, muI Irt tirdr.r Utwu II ion miul taka  (tiMi-HM MiimllM. Iltiirn CAtiurli Curn I* tikcil in-  tfrnoiiy, ami >iii Min'iaiy upon tho IiImmI nnti mticnii*  dirhwt. Holl'n Ciilm-ih fun) h not n qnii-h nuill-  fliw. It w������������ prMoriin'ii by on* of tliu Xxtii phj-������'i-l������M  In tliU coiiiurK fur yc������ri ftnd I* h rwiulur prrnrrlnilon.  It H Minpoied of Jim" licit Innlr* known, (omulntMl  wllh tli������ twrt hliton piiflflcr*. urtlmr <llri>ct!y on lh������  nilirom ������urfiPM, Tlio |M>rf������rt roniblnstluii of III*  two I ivri-.llrnu h what i^ixlurtu ������urli wonderful ro-  HUH la rurlnf rtlarrh. h^ml f.ir ti������ilni.inl.ili, fro*.  K. J. OHIiNKV A tu., I'ropi, loldda. a  HjI.I by OriiuKUlu, iirlnt;;,!.  T*kj u air* t'umiiy I'UU fc "wiiitiuitiloa.  He  Misunderstood  Orders  Mistakes mado over tho telephone  are sometimes as humorous as -they  aro serious. Ono is told involving  the, suburban woman and her husband.  You know, sho said, I wanted to  persuade our hens to lay in the nests  we had provided, for them. 'So I  telephoned my lnisband^o bring home  a couple of artificial eggs with him.  Well, and didn't ho?  Didn't ho? llo brought home a  pair of cork legs;  ABk for Mlnard's and Tako no Other  Very  Much  Married  Waltrcss-jHavo another glass, sir?  Husband���������(to   his   wife)���������Shall I  havo another glass, Friedrlko?;  Wife���������(to her mother)���������Shall    ho  havo anolhor, mother?  ���������A maid wob brushing her mistress'  hair whon sho mentioned,that she had  heard Miss Evans slug in the parlor  tho night boforc,  And how did you llko It? asked  tho mistress.  Oh, muul answered������tho maid, It  was beautiful! Sho Bung Just as If  sho was gargling!  Kill the Cut-Worm  Farmors at this season ot tlie year  should watch for tho appoaranco of  cut-worniH, and should loso no tlmo  in rldf'ing their Holds of this post 'Immediately upon tholr appoaranco. Tho  following remedy la recommonded by  several agricultural departments:  Bran 300���������pounds.  ��������� Paris green, dry. 1 pound,  Sugar, 2 to "3 pounds.  Mix thoroughly and dampon slightly with wntor and spread ovor tho  Boctton wlioro tho worniB appear.  Hon, Price 1*111 Ison, minister of Fl-  nnnco and Agrlculturo of British Columbia, lutB accoptod an Invitation to"  address tho great International Dry-  Farming Congress In Lothbrldgo. Al-  borta, October 21-2flth, and ho lias  notified tho ofllcorH of tho organization that he 4s malting every effort to  hnvo ono of tho largest exhibits ot  frultfi over gathered In British Columbia to dlBplay lo tho groat land  BBhwfl In Chicago and Now York nftor  the Dry-Farmed Products Exposition'  at Lotlibrldge. i  The poflslhllltlofi of eoH idorngn exportation of food from uMnnehurla for  lilnrnpcnn conHitmptton nro Indlcntod  by tho markot prlceB ahowlng that  o������gri hull tluuo for i)U ctmtrt u hundred, chickens and ducks for 8 couls  each, deer for 7 conts and sheep for  $2. <  A Persona! Affront  Striking mombers of the Amalgamated Skirt Stitchers were holding a  conference.  Where is that tall, thin girl, who  Joined the union last week? enqulrod  the walking delegate. -  The secretary arose to reply:���������  She handed In her'resignation this  morning.  What was her reason?  Sho took offence when sho was called on to act aa a picket.���������Judge.  North Dakota has the world's  champion long beard, as ono of Its  citizens can boaBt of no loss than  cloven feet nnd six inchos of beautiful wavy whisker. Hans N. Lang-  seth, a native of Norway, Is the possessor of this- remarkablo growth,  which has been cultivated; with cars  and prldo for thirty-six years and has  boon Increasing in longth at the rato  of almost four Inches per annum,  ���������J  , Willie���������Pa, what lo a phenomenon!,  Papa���������A phenomenon Is your mo'.h  or's ldoa of a model husband,  KEEP IT  HANDY  You can never tell when  & horse is going to  develop a Curb, Splint,  Spavin, Ritiffbone or a  lameness.   Vet it is bound  to happen sooner or Inter,  And you can't afford to keep  him in the bora, Keep n bottle of  Kendall's Spavin Cure  hmuly st all times,   Mr, Ilrlein,  of Icelandic Klver, Man,, write* i  "I have been using Kendall's'  Spsvin Curs and find it safe and  sure."  Get Kendall's Spavin Cure At  any drugg^'*'   $'��������� 1"sr. bottle���������  6 bottles for Js,  M'Treotlno on the  Horse"���������free-or  write to    '  ^1  m  ������.7r  VM.J.KKNRULC^  tMiktiri1Filli,VI���������U,M,  Apnronrlrito       '��������� ������   !  Willis���������Why do you call your ma-  chlno a sho?  amis���������It Is aald to ho tho last  i?������T<Liu   ft'itomobllo   conHtruction.���������  Oil of Cedar Wood  Tho demand for oil of cedar l������ vory  limited In Kngland, Consul Oeneritl  Orlfi'ltha Rta������cH that It la lined principally in Bonpmaltlng. Tho current  market prleo In London U 11 to 10  eontH pnr pound when handled In ono-  tpiartor ton Iota or moro, Tho do-  maud for cedar wood oil Is said to be  greater In Franco and Germany.  wvn'ERPirooF coiiiws  ,, ('   '     ill.'   Or  '|   i-vii (' ,1   ii(i   ,1*1(4   ,1M>       ,  |ii,i. .I'llei;,! I, i !|, , ii 11 ��������� i  '   II,',( ������������������   t'lnn   'M, I'. iP'.l i.TltV':/ !U\.,������V..'>W ,'.' .  'sio Ailiai;loh lo. ol Canada, 1 Ad.  vh l i.tM'i Au'. iffoniK, Ont/i  T Mb HEALTH W MtfftnEtl Ai0 SHiECT^,' *  .WiNtt.ow'i uooTiirNo Svnttr ht������ bum  IH������t.OW'< u  iVIir Bix'rv  r BIX'l'V.VIl  for  Uittr  himo Bvntir  T.ION8 Al  WIIILf  liill  . mil  AtUVH ill TAUT __ ..t    ..  ti..  il \\\* belt rtmtdy Ut DUItlUiatA.   It li  ya, with vnui'itci' HycoutiH,   .  8 ihj cmu>. sorrRNfljin oumb  II PA!M| CUWKB WIND COIdC, ���������������  lolultly lisnrileii. lit sure Nnd i*k for  Wlmlow'i iwitlilag UyniiV ouii lalui so  chid. Twtnty-ftvt ccati ��������� bouie.  3fi  V/ N. U. 0C4 THE NEWS. iJTJ?.rRFJ*T;AND, R C.  BOWSED TONIC,  He Takes the Druggist's Never  Failing Joy Drops.    s���������,  BUT THEY DON'T BRING LAUGH  Instead He Is Moved to Sad Memories  ������f His Departed Relatives and  Friends���������What Mrs. Bowser Said  About It. .   ���������  M  By M. QUAD.       "  {Copyright, 1912,  by  Associated Literary  Tress.l  RS. BOWSER," began Mr.  Bowser tho other evening  after ho hud becu putting  ���������away ut tits cigar for a  tuartcr of nn hour; "1 was talking  with a farmer today, and ho said tho  rwblus hud come back from the south."  "Yes?"  "That's   a  teu't It'<"���������'  "It's so considered, I believe."  "One needs a toulc tu the spring,  doesn'the V"  "You can make yourself believe that,  you need oue," she replied as she gave  him a sharp'look.  "But I don't have to make myself  believe. More thun a dozen men have  told me In the last month that I'wus  ���������II run dowu. Only yesterday Green  was telling mo that be never saw a  man fall as I had."  ;   "Mr. Green, as you kpow, is nearsighted and cross eyed."  "But -1 have fulled, I feel it nnd  know It. There have been days In tho  last week when I did.not feel that 1  could crawl to the office.   On the car  "How often r asked Mrs. BowBer m  tho gurgling ceased.  "Every ten minutes till the Joyful  feeling comes and then ������fc longer intervals."  "Do you know the Ingredients r������  ' Trusting the Druggist  "Not one.  The druggist said I could  trust it all to him.   He has been put-  ling up spring tonics for the last thirty  years and has never mado one failure.'  He put up all ot Roosevelt's tonics,  spring and fall.   JL think I'll take another'dose." >     V  More gurgles. ���������������'  r  More smacks.                  I   j  With the addition of a long drawn  u-m-m-m-ml  Then thero was n period of waiting  for the Joyful to set in.. It wasn't on  the hustle, and it was five or six minutes after the third dose before Mrs.  Bowser looked up and found Mr. Bowser's eyes brimming with tears.   ���������  "Now what on'earth's the matter  with you I"  "Thinking, Mrs.' Bowser-thlnklngl"  he sobbed.  sure   sign   of spring,".'  "But������thou������ht u WM ft l������?M tonlc'"  .        ��������� b , v    b'     *iit ls. but the Joyful doesn't come un-  til after tho sorrowful.   Think of my  poor old father being gored to death  by a bull and no one to save himl He  cried for help, but cried in valnl"  "You've told me a hundred times  over that he died in his bed of typboid  fever."  "And my poor old mother!" he sobbed. "She went out to draw an old  oaken bucket of water arid fell into the  well. They didn't find her for a week,  find then she'was.dead. Yes, sir, down  that well for seven days, and nobody  knows how many times she called for  mel". ���������  "You, forgot that I was there when  t.sho died and that the cause was pneumonia."  Poor Aunt Lucindal  "And there was my Aunt Lucinda,"  continued Mr. Bowser as be' rose up  and walked the floor and wrung his  hands. "At 10 o'clock one morning she  was alive and kicking. An hour later  she was cold in death. Climbed a  cherry tree and came dowu witb a kerplunk and broke her neck. Mrs. Bowser, why don't you weep with meV"  "'"Mr. Bowser, 1 don't believe that  druggist put you up a spring tonic. 1  believe it's straight whisky."  "And there was my Uncle .Toab,"  went on Mr. Bowser us he sal down  and sobbed. "When 1 was n boy he  used to hold me on his knee and tell  me pirate stories and hope I'd be another Kfdd, Then he was took, Mrs.  Bowser���������took right away from earth  to heaven. Yes, sir, a saw log rolled  over him, and he was mashed as flat as  a pancake. He called my name just  -as-be-was- mashedr���������Yes, he called-my-  name, but I was fur, fur awny."  . ,._"But I wouldn't mind if 1 were you,"  said Mrs. Bowser In a soothing way.  "You had better go to bed now t\jad  take the rest of the tonic in the morning."  "And there was Aunt Jane. Oh,  what lovely pies she made I"  "But never mind."  "And thero was Mosess Skinner. He  used to carry me through the deep  snow on his back.   He's dead now."  "But come to bed."  "And Aaron WhlteOeld-he used to  lov.e me, If 1 bad been a girl and  growed up to be a woman he'd have  married me. And there was my Cousin  ilulin. She was just the sweetest,  nicest, cutest"-- ' ,  The Last Phnfie;     '  But Mrs. Bowser went upstairs and  left him alone with his sobs nnd tonics  and sorrowful memories.   When Mr.  Bowser is taking a spring tonic nc-  'cording to directions ho can't bo coaxed..   Koran hour Bhe hoped to hear  him-creeping up the stairs on hands  and knees, but as ho did not appear  sbo slipped down.   He luy on too floor  fast  asleep,   with   thju  faithful   cut  watching over lilm,   Sho got a pillow  for his head arid a shawl to cover him  up,and loft him nlono to his Joyful  dreams,  Tho tonic went out doors, and  sho went upstairs.  Next morning'slip innocently asked:  "Mr, Bowser, do you feci nn Improvo-  mont In your condition from taking  that spring tonic?" ������������������'  "What spring tonic?" ho shouted  back at her, "Mrs..Bowser, I hate to  say It, but you havo weakening of tho  brain, and If you don't quit running to  bargain sales you'll find yourself lu a  lunatic asylum somo day)'.'  JHE SLEEPING PORCH FAD.  .   ljph;'    Jack and Jill     \'     -  * r Bleep out until  (Their tied with anew.all whit* la  Poor Jack's nose  -   And ears ar* froze,  And Jill has causht'bronohltls.  Shivery dlvery dldel  IThe family sleep outside.  .   Th* craz* struck dad.  It made ua road  To have to Bleep-outside!  ->...  Buah-a-by, baby, out In the storm!  What does It matter if baby ain't warm'/  "When tho fad's over we'll all Bleep Inside,  And. I hope of exposure my, babe wos't  havo died. ' ��������� _"  i    j,-       Little Bo-Feep ~-  Has loat her Bleep��������� '  The rising moon it wakesJler,  I v        And there she lies  ���������.-���������    ���������'     - With open eyes  Till early nunshln* bakes her.- '*"  , -** ,  Move out my cot to the next vacant lot,  For this "sleep In tit* open" fad I have  sot.      '   s  Mils on my flncers and socks on my toes,  But long before morning I'm perfectly  froze)   .  There la a man in our town,     N  And ha la nobody's fool.   .  All summer ho slept out of floors,-  Until It cot Quite cool.  But when ho found hla pillow wet  _ With snow and hall and rain  He lumped out of his breezy cot  <v. And elept indoors 'again.  .--   ������������������������������������ ���������Harper'a Magazine.  GERMANY AND ALSACE.  DIDN'T LIKE TO .SORROW.  J-    Recriminations.  i^nE was kiijLbt) ny a bdmj in which hu  TRUSTED.!'  fcomlng home tonight I had a faint  ���������pell, and for ten  minutes I hardly  knew where 1 was."  ��������� An Unsympathotio Wlfo.  "And when you recovered an old woman bad her arm around you and was  paying. 'Poor kldl"'  i  "Bjvthunder, woman, are you making a burlesque of this?" shouted Mr.  Bowser as he roused up.  I "Not at all, only, when a man loses  bis��������� senseif-'on a street cur for ten minutes ho can't tell what may happen.  Bad you been eating bard boiled eggs  In ''a'.quick lunch place?''  ���������   "Of course notl!*     :r     > " -   '  "Well, go on with what yon were  going.'to. soy. I presume you will got  ���������round to;Bpririg-tonics in- tlnie." " ���������'���������-  I "I,shall-get around'"to what I darn  t>1cnsq. . Mrs. Bowser, what sort of n  %-lfo aro you, anyway? Never do I get  ������ word of sympathy from you. Never  (floes (ho stato of my health worry yon  In tlio least   It 1 were dying llko on  He���������If you hadn't been so long dressing ' we shouldn't have missed this  train.  - She���������And if you hadn't hurried me  so we shouldn't have so long to .wait  for the next  m  old hotso In tho shafts ybu would turn  <o ridicule,1 I havo the backache, I  hnvo swimming of tho head, 1 havo  pnlns, 1 havo loss of momory, I havo'  tinging In tho ears, I huve n general  feeling of lassitude. All these and  inoro I have, rind yet you sit thero with  ��������� heart of stono." .  i "Par from It, Mr. Bowser," sho replied. "On tho contrary. 1 say you  need n spring tonic, and If 1 were you  I'd go ovor to Iho drug atoro and got  ���������no right awny."    ���������  That Depressed Feeling.  Mr. Bowser looked nt lior In a doubtful way for,a mlnuto and thun sold:  i "Brown got ib spring tonic a week  ���������BO, nnd ho Is feeling Joyful all tho  lima, You mny havo noticed that l  liaven't laughed for days und days?"  "Yes, I hnvo noticed,"  "I koop thinking nil tho tlmo of how  fnther was killed by a bull In which bo  trusted nnd how mot lior was drownod  lu tho well,"  "Then go to tho drug storo nt once.  Toll tho druggist Just how you fool  ���������nil- hnvo him put you tip a Joyful  tonic. Conio to look nt you by gnsllght,  jrou do look worn out."  i "I--! don't hnvo to go to tho store,  S!vo nov.'scr, I have a tonic put u?  nonr tho office." ��������� '  "A Joyful tonic?" '      ���������<  "Tho druggist sn Id thero woro flvo  toughs nnd six whoops In overy doso of  It,  llorolt la,"  I And lie drew from hla pocket n quart  bolllo with Iho written label on it,  "Bprlnn: Tonjc/;  , Mrs. ilowflcf look Iho bottlo from his  band nnd shook It nnd sniffed nt tho  contents and said:  "Better tako n doio nt onco."  , "You don't have to monauro It out,"  Wplled Mr. Bowser.  "All I hnvo to do  (a lo tip up thu buttle, and"-  And ho gurgled,  And ho smacked.  , And the dose bo look was ��������� liberal  ���������t*  . r  Said Something.  Robert-Henri, the noted artist, paust-  ed��������� before a landscape at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts and said:  " "DawbrwhcTpaia ted "this;- baOpTung'  from humble circumstances to great  wealth nnd eminence.  "Dawb made his first success in Par-  1b. He was diffident and abashed in  those days. When lie would sally out  from his garret in the. Rue Vauglrnrd  to a duchess' in tho Avenue des  Champs Eiysees or a princess' in the  Rue de I'UntversIte his heart would bo  in his mouth.  "They say thnt once at a dinner, party nt Paillard's Dawb, the guest of  honor didn't open his mouth from the  marennes vertcs lo the souffle.  "Finally, when the dessert came on,  tho beuutlful and elegant hostess  smiled und said: \.  "'Come, dear M. Dawb,-do soy sowe-  thlng!'  "Dawb blushed nt this challenge,  racked his brain and stammered with  a bashful smllo;  " 'Havo you noticed, ladles and gentlemen, that this year'B pawn ticket's  aro all green?'"���������Washington Stnr.  <i{*]������J������J������].������I������{<.|������]������]������]������Im]������}������|mJ������|������|������|������|w(mJ.<|������{������  If-  Wlint n golden sllonco would \  reign If people only apolco when  they   lind   something  to say.���������  ���������Judgo.  Perpetual Worth.,.  "Why was It you novcr mnrrlod  n km I n, Aunt Rally?" Inquired Mrs. Mo*  .Cliino of nu old colored womnn In  West Virginia.*  " 'Dood, Mlms KIHo," replied tho old  womnn. en mostly,, "tint dnld nigger's  wnlh monh to mo diui n llvn ono. 1  Kits a ponHloii."~Llp|)incolt'n Maga-  Kino.  A Discovery,  "What good do you suppoBo tho discovery of tho south polo has done?"  "I don't ltnow eiactly, But offhand  I should say that AmundRen tins nt  lonst found ono plnco whoro tho ronda  nrcn't forovor lorn wp for repalrs."-  Detrolt Prco I'ross. ������. ,  .���������������������������������������������   A Poltroon.      ,  "Don't you think a man Is a.fool to  try to drown bis sorrows in etrong  liquor?"  "Yes.'''  "And don't you tbiulc chewing tobacco Is an awfully fllihy habit?"  "Yes.",  "Don^t you think a man who sniokes  Is foolish to burn up money lu that  wny?"  "Yes."  "Don't you think It Is rldlculouo to  deny women tho right to voto when  tramps and Ignorant foreigners who  have no knowlcdgo of our Institutions  aro permitted lo cast ballots?"  "Yes."  "Dou't you thluk a womnn who dood  a man's work as well as a man could  do It ought to hnvo n man's pay?"  "Yes;;  "Well', for mercy's nnke, why don't  you B|Hinl< up nnd nrguo about some-  thlnn7 Haven't you nn Idea of any  kind ?"~Chlcngo Itecord-IIorald  A Very Suspicious Doll and a Ruse  That Saved a Life.  For many years aTter it was taken  over by the Germans the province of  Alsace had many difficulties, Kvery  possible precaution was taken to guard  against any damonstration of the  French national spirit, and, though  the children were allowed to learn  the language of their ancestor?, they  were not allowed to be tRught it by  French instructors. The following in-  stances incflcnto the extent :to which  the Government carried its practice ot  patching the people:  ' A littlo girl was 6een playing with  a doll which was dressed in red, white  and blue. Tho suspicions ot the official woro aroused, for it certainly was  dreadful to seo tho power of tho German empire eo boldly threatened.  Tho child was tracked to its homo,  and there.the officer learned that the  doll was a present. Ho immediately  proceeded to the woman who had given it to the child and obtained tho  address of tho shop whoro the dangerous plaything had been bought. It  was a modest littlo establishment, but  the officer found it at last and then  discovered that the doll had been  mado and dressed in Leipzig. This  was a surprise, but tho matter did not  end here, for tho manufacturer in  Leipzig was officially requested not to  send any more red, white and bluo  dolls to Alsace.  Tho other story is that two Germans were walking oneroid day on  the banks of a large pond when one  of them fell In. Ho could not' swim  and screamed for aid. The other, who  was an officer, did not feel inclined  to take so cold a plunge and calmly  watched the struggles of tho sinking  man.' All at once the man in the water-began to sing a verse of the "Marseillaise," and the officer jumped in  forthwith, for his etrict orders were  to arrest "any person whom ho heard  singing that famous song.. The unfortunate citizen was imprisoned for  eight months, bukthat was better than  drowning.  Not a Beauty.  They were a quaint old couple, and  it was evident they had never seerf  DV-ny circuses. All the wild things  in cages interested them intensely.  but the "woman kept hurrying her  husband along.  "Hurry up, John," she would say;  "we don't want to miss the hippopotamus. We may never get a chance  to seo another of 'em."  Seeing the ./hippopotamus was the  main object of the expedition evidently. ,tAnd at last they came to the  tank cage where the great, 6leepy,  piglike animal sprawled. . The old  womnn looked at him a full minute,  and her face relapsed into the bitterness of disappointed hope.  "My!" she muttered- as sho turned  ^Ya_y-_  "Ain't ho plain?''  __________  Cure For Baggy Trousers.  "In pressing trousers," said the  tailor, "the first thing you want to  do, before ironing in the creases, is  to take out the bagginess at the knees.  To do this you turn the trousers inside out and spread each leg on the  ironing bonrd, not as you lay them  to press the creases, but exactly the  other way, crosswise, from fleam to  seam, and then you lay on the damp  cloth and press in the usual fashion  with the hot iron. By this pressing  you shrink the wool fibers of tho  cloth together again, where they had  been punched out at the lenees; you  take out the bagginess, and then you  tarn tho trousers right side out again  and press for the creases."  .;.'���������'..���������'.���������'' Friendship.  The plant of friendship growi' only  in the warm air of congeniality. Confidence binds its parts together and  is tho cohesivo power of its nature,  while sympathy is the life-giving sap  ooursing through every fiber. It is an  evergreen and is indigenous"' to ��������� all  lands. Its most beautiful flowers open  during, tho night, and, while a perennial bloomer, it is most fragrant in  winter. Time cannot wither or destroy it, ago but strengthens und. de-  velopa.-O. 8. Field.  So  LEAVING THE SHIP  He  Made a Cheerful Proposition  "That   Was   Promptly   Vetoed.        j  Mr.  Dunham hnd ju.*l finished his'  morning chores at the barn and wa*  going'in   to  breakfast  when   Briggs,  the man who had bought tho neighboring Alden farm, appeared.  lie was  a genial person, with a well padded   _i.___r._i  1Iin *,.., ___������_... _._���������������  waistcoat and an engagin, s.nilo.   Mr.j WOMEN AND CHILDREN FIRST.  Dunham had met him a day or two] '       before at the postoffice.'but had not  liiles of the Sea When an Ocean  Liner Is Sinking.  been favorably impressed  ���������  "Morning 1"    said    tha    newcomer  briskly. '   >  -Morningl" said Mr. Dunham.  "I'm going to be neighborly "right  away," declared Hriggs, with an air  of simple frankness*. "I want to borrow your wood Bled for the day. I've!  had no time to get settled yet, and  there's so much to do I don't know'  War They Aro All 8af������ In tho Life'  boste It Is Every Man For Hlmeolf In  a Detperato Fight For Life, With Officer* and Crew Trying-to Keep Order.  "The women and children first always, and after them-bell."  This was the way tho "rules of tho  ica" were explained by a veteran cap-  yialu of a big Atlantic liner.   He was  which way to turn,>rdly.   But l'veT' " ,'," I*���������        a .... V I  got to got eome wood down, and  I, ,sKe1a, <������ ������P'������'U ������������������> d<*������>1 J������������ *���������������������  ��������� would take place ou a big steamer  tvlien sho was slnklug and the order U������  A Beautiful Deollne. >   '  Ollto .Tames, (ho gigantic nnd gcnlnl  congresHmnii nnd senator elect from  Kentucky, was In conversation tho  other dny with a Wnshlngtonlnn when  tlio latter mado certain Inqulrlos with  rcferonco to n niutunl friend whom ho  had not neon for n number of years.  "And how docs Colonol I'rcscott  spend h'.a declining yearn?" hcVlted.  "TtenuMfuly. air. beautifully!" ��������� an-  nworod Jnmnn. "Ho has n tlno farm,  sir, nnd a string of trotters, sir, nnd  a bnrrol of whisky slxtceu years old-  nnd a wlfo of the ������nmo nge, olrl"-Bnt-  urdny Kvcnlng t'ost.  Hospital 8hlpe.  According to tho rules of civilized  warfare, hospital ships aro exempt  from capturo. They must, however,  fly tho'Red'Cross flag as well as their  national ling. All hospital ships arc  painted white, with a" broad green  band running right round the hull,  Tho medical, hospital and -religious  staff of any captured ship cannot be  mado prisoners of war,  Contradictory,  "Ho said ho couldn't livo without  her.**  "Did Alio accept him?"  "Oh, yes, after looking him up in  Die llnnnclul reports and finding Unit  lie could,"  A Rapid A  id Aae.  nt a fin  TToltiu-Mon livo nt n faster clip Ihnn  women. '  rolnw-Thnt'H right. My wlfo nnd I  woro Iho same nge when wo wero married. I'm forty-five now, nnd sho has  [ lust turned thlrty.-Ntw York Timet.  All Settled.  MistrftflB���������-Going to leave, ore you?  Tired of working for a living? what  (ito you going to do then?      .  Maid���������Nothing, ma'am. Tho for-^  tuna teller tollu mo that I'm going to  marry money.  Right In line.  "If there Is anything I like," unid  ho to Ills wifo, "It is a woman who  knows enough to bn a good listener,"  whereat tlio servant girl at the key.  hole could not repress a pmllo of ������at-  ibluction,  Relumed Thoughts,  '���������Do'thoughts thnt" como to you! in  Ihe long ago ever return?" asked tho  originator of silly mieslloiiB.  "Not unh'*R I inclone Mumps." nn-  awcrtd tho literary party,  want to do it while hauling'a good."  "That's all right." .said Mr. Dun-  ham. ( "Tako it and welcome. It's out  thero under tho shed."  ��������� Brlggs was back in half an hour  with a yoko of scrawny steers and  went off with tho sled. Mr. Dunham  hcacd him come into the yurd witii it  that evening after supper and found  it in it proper place in the morning.  A day or two later the new neighbor  came again. .This lime he had the oxen with him. Ho nooded cheerfully  as he passed the house and, remarking casually, "I s'pose it's all right  to take .the sled again?" hitched up.  This time he kept it two days.  A week later ho came when Mr.  Dunham was away and, whistling  merrily as he yoked bis steers, drove  off without question. Dunham waited four days and then had to go after  the sled himself.  On the next occasion when the new  neighbor called he"found Mr. Dunham milking. Leaning against the  stanchion, with his hands in his pock-  els, he bogan:  "Dunham, I like that slod of yours.  It's new, ain't it?"  "Why. yes. It was new this season."      *  "Want to sell it?"  "No, I don't know as I do."  "What did it cost ye?",  "I paid Smith $25 for making it,  and I furnished part of the stock."  " "Well it's worth it, and you ought  to 'have somo piofit on it too. Now,  I tell ye what; I don't feel right borrowing all the time, and I'd like to  buy it. How would'$35 look to!you?"'  ; -Dunham milked silently for a moment. Then~he said, "Well, I guess  thirty-five would be all right."  '. "Good enough 1" cried Briggs heartily. "It's worth that to me. I ain't  got the ready cash just now, but we  can fix it up this way: I'll take the  sled over to my ��������� place,- and any time  you want to use it you come right  over and get it, just the same as if  _.twas__y_ours I_il_keep_track_oi_.it_.and.  charge you a reasonable camount each  time you tako it���������say mebbo���������a dollar  ���������and when it comes to $35, why, the  slcd'll bo mine, and we'll bo square.  That'll save you buying a new one,  and I'll feel better'n 's if I was borrowing all the time. Is that all right?  ���������What say?" ......     T  A Love Test.  This tale is told in the orient: A  lady one day found a man following  her, and she asked him why he did  so. His reply was, "You are very  beautiful, and I am in love" with  you." "Oh, you think me beautiiul,  do you? There is my sister over  there. Jfou will find her much more  beautiful than I am. Go and make  love to her." On hearing this the  man went to see the sister, but found  she was very ugly, so he came bock  in an angry mood and asked the lady-  why she had told him a falsehood,  She then answered, "Why did you  tell mo a falsehood?" The man was  surprised at this noousalion and asked when he had done so. Her answer  was: "You said you loved me. If that  had beori true you would hot hove  gono to make love to another weman."  Fruit of the Soap Nut Tree.  Natives of India find many uses for  the dried fleshy berries of the soap nut  tree. Theso "nuts" aro employed as  detorgonts, and by tho dyers of India  aro supposed to possess special merits  in the preparation of certain dyes,  In Kashmir the soap nut ii preferred  to tho Kuroponn soaps for washing  shawls, In other parts of.the country  it is speolally valued for washing silks  and Is used by Indian jewelers to re-  store and brighten Bilver plates and  ornaments tarnished by exposure. The  soap is also used medicinally,  ,      A Trade Secret,  "Tell me," snid thn society womnn  who had consented 'to meet the well  known actress, "how you manage  about your photographs,"  "Do you moan how I manage U>  supply the demand for them?"  "No, How do you.manage lo hnvo  them bIiow tho face you had twenty  yearn ago and thn hair und costume  of thg.prest'jit day?"  '   With a Precedent.  "Mrs, Drown. I'm norry to hnvo to  tell you that your littlo daughter threw  n stouo through our front window (bis  morning,"  "In that so?  That Is too had."  "Too bad?  I think sho ought to bo  puuluUvd,"  , "Punished? Donr mo, I couldn't do  thnt. The dear little thlnir wan only  playing 'suffriigelttV "-Detroit Vm  Tresa,  duit a Loan,  "Don't hfigj tlio world owes you a  living," said the prosperous elti'/.en to  the mendicant. 11 ut ho was staggered  by tho reply i  "All right. Blr; lend mo tt triilu till  it pays up,"  Ajntnt-t 'Ml Tri'diM.*.  "Thnt mUllnmtlro In n v������'ry rpu-er  chap."'  "As to how?"  "Never claims he was happier when  ho woh poor; ulwiiya fays ho U  happier now."  'nbandou ship" had beeu given.  "Ou the deep sea we use force if nee-  ���������ssnry," continued the skipper, "to keep  jack the men nnd let the women and  children get tho first chance at thu  lifeboats. But once they have been  ended then it becomes a case of each  nun for himself, and, while the ofh%  ',crs and crew would try to keep a  leniblance of order, they have no right  to give preference to any oue. ' The '  Brst ones iu line are the ones to get on  ;ho boats. Perhaps they have fought  tnd struggled to get in line. We have  nothing to do with that."  "Aren't the old men and the sick  men put off first, before the healthier  ������nes?" he was asked.  "Not unless tho healthier nnd stronger ones deliberately give up their  places," he answered. "There-nre no  lick aboard, when danger calls., All  ire supposed to be well enough to look  >ut for themselves. And so far as the  ������ld men,go���������there is nothing In thnt.  They are certainly not given the pref-  ireuee. Old men have lived their lives.  Let the.young men have the chance to  live theirs. This is the way It Is looked  on at sea. Besides, young men can,be  tf help in a boat, while au old man  |ust makes that much more dead  weight.  "You must remember that when such  ������ gigantic calamity facesyou the-little finenesses of life are thrown aside.  Men become animals, brutes with the  Orst instinct���������that ot self preservation.  Some are stronger than others and put  this desire under control. Others yield  to it and become wild beasts, lighting  ind biting and clawing their way to '-  belp. Sometimes wo have to shoot this  kind���������shoot them down like we would  mad dogs���������if they try to interfere with ���������  the orderly first steps when the wo-  men and ihn voting are being looked  ������fter. But later, when it becomes a  tree for all, then then' typo has fuller  play. You cannot blame them. Life  Is sweet, and they aro Just 111 ed In doing all they can to save themselves.  All we seek to do is to Btop tbem from  Interfering with those who cannot pro- ,  iect themselves and so have not the  t;ame chance of being saved."  According to the description of tho  method of abandoning ship which la  practlcod in dally' drill, tho passengers  as far ns possible aro gathered In the  assembly rooms when tho captain realizes that his ship Is in desperate-  ^traits. Every measure is employed  to calm tbem, and while tho officers  and crew tako their appointed stations  the passengers aro told that It has been  deemed best to tako to tho lifeboats.  While the passengers aro held in the  fcnloons the crew strip the lifeboats of  their incumbrances, rig the falls and  then lower themselves In tho boats  from the boat deck down to the upper  deck, where the boats swing from the  davits, touching tho ship's side just below tbo roll,  Bny tUo.ro are eight llfobonts on ench  pldo of tho vessel. Lnnca are formed  of members of tbo crew, nnd through  tboso lanes tho women nnd children  ttro pnasod to the officer who stands ut'  tho railing and who hands tbo passengers over tho rntl into tho llfebont with  tho help of two of tlio boat's crew.  If any men try to break through  theso lines they aro thrown back. If  Ihoy persist and bocomo a monnce to  order they may bo shot. Much otllcer  Is armed with n brace of ptotols for  use In just such ������mergenele������.  In each boat thero is food of a com-  pressed sort and water. Tho-bents  bundle from tifty to noventy persons  each, Including tlio anllors who imin  them. Each bout Is commanded by an  ofllcor, The surgeon, puruer, engineers  nnd other stuff officers take tliolr turn  In tho hosts when tlio list of line oUlcer* has boon oihnimted.  Once tbo women and children nr*  put In tho bonta tho men tabu their  turns If thero Is room loft.  It Miould bo said that lu landing the  lifeboats absolutely no distinction In  drawn betweon the different classes .of  passengers. The women nud children  of tho Htoorngo1 are given tbo sum*  consideration ns their Bisters In the  Imperial suits.  Tho horror ot abandoning (ho ship  Ilea In tlio enforced ncparntlon of members of fnmllkn.   Fulucrs nnd broth-  CiH UIO  4U. II   {iViM..lhu  Uli������.)  v.    lu������.������,l.!'S  pnfl daughters. Tho children must r������.  Thero Is a "must," loo, ns regards ih������  women, but it n wlfo should decide to  remnln behind wlih her hmibnnd it l������  doubtful If the "muBt" would bo ������u-  forced ���������Vow York World.  Human Nature*  "That fellow Hplnks has excellent  Judgment,''  "What niiil(P������ ymi think rol"  "Why���������or~he'n alwnyu iifkihfr my  opinion about thing*,"  A Family Ch-tle,  WUII.-Itow. vM i������ iv l������mi|y circle?  i'aw���������A wedding ring, mv son,  Needed In the Family,  Edith-rYcs, I am  going to  marry  Mr. (loldbog,  I'lthel-Whyi luAi old enough to lie  your father I  Kdlih���������I know, hut ho doesn't noun  to euro for mother,  Hothouse Grapei.  IlolhoUi'O grnpes, which only rich  man can afford to ft tu this country, coH In London only IU tu 35 ccuts  ��������� pound,  Wlw PhyeUlan.  "I told tho doctor I wni tlrefl ot  waiting, so ho tutted rao to put out my  tonguo and clot), my eyes. Kept tat  that wny for loo minutes."  "And meanwhile'<'���������  "Ho attendod to fonr ether patlnotO  * Loulavlllc Courier-Journal,  In order to pel. you mu*t lonrtt tnl  ������rt of doing wltlioiit.���������VoutU** COM*  tanlou. -fe������k..n������a-.  l!lr  L-������f)r ������^r������ww������������v-Vi/v������i*.itt..>tM'--������i^������������*'^"tfil'^'^ _^������������������*m  [ ?������."^iA-^*u^������^���������������������������-������r���������������|������i,,l^^*��������� A  hi Bh*i4i4.VWJ������.*lA)tMWJ V  <  ii  i  O,voy l-llank^ts fi;pui .... .- ��������� ���������.... $!������.7"' ������ pair  \Yhito L>l:in!v������t6 >...    '1,00 a pair  Comforters -from Sl.7-f> each and up  A new-Stock of Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs pf  (_r ^S^^s all hinds, just received, ���������-r^^T)  We always carry a full stock of Bds and Bedding.  <Ir:~f- Springs and Mattresses -I^D  Fawooit1^ Stoves und 1 Inures are the best.  CALL- ANl)--INSI,K(!T-.-TlIKM.  Mcr.hec lilork, A������ M^ONNON     0���������ibcrland  1  X'atfii i,  !!  l'hiiiie c/>.1  THOMAS CKOSS1NC  Sijivy, 15. C. 1'hone F _<>  W^UC M LC_. ���������������-  CumiieiUnui, H.C-  Phone j3  5  , NAKANO & CO,  REAL ESTATE  AGENTS  -,   1-Tk.s.d Ovf 101c 518, Fisounvd St.  (____* ������* fe M*���������**��������� ������*-*������  ,*J|A**ASI'T,������������H  .m *>.*<i������3a* m4m  VI CIO hi a, n, C5.   ;j  ��������� ^w������|iwiiiMr.������wiiw>nmwwmwiii������Hir������Ji  ������������������mMMMHM.  ^wITt"*"^'1  -������*-( vvswij* ���������+mvr*"  ���������t ****������*-* WW***-***-**.**** t������  NOTICE  NOTICE.  KOT-KJK IS HHIikinV  HI-VKN  -tUl.  ���������] have Weon  inntvietcd "by tlie1 The Wellington iviio-.v lt_i way t'om-  ���������,ii. irsof llie Into   G.  U. AstOU   to   P������"y dcpoiilo-1 on IMmury   -h.i   20 li,  ���������    ,. . ,," '*, .,      lUl'-', in tl.o  Land Rcgiutrv Ojlicy, Vii-to.  1U-*    :ii   nil amounts duo   .tl.������ ril|1JiCii a duly c,rU|ka c'������������������y o( thj  ,i- iiitv,     at unco.     I'Jeaso   call   :it, plan, profile and Inok   or^ferencoan np-  ;:r,'  nlVuv. imd   settle  sanic. proved and sanctionod   by U-o Muiist.oi-of  WKSLEy WILLARD,  OilioLu,! Adiuinistiatoi;.  ^RIYAL,   AND  "J)KPART-  URK OK MAILS  The Following is the schedule  i\>: the nrvival and  departure  of  the mails:���������r  A.lire Tuesday.. at 8.30 p. an.  = Arrive Thursday at... .8.30 pm  Anive Saturday at .8.30 p.jn.  Depart Wednesday .... at 7 a.m.  l.o<������par! Friday cyt 7 a. in.  Report Saturday at 4.30 p.m   fy- ,   Vancouver, Aug. 17.��������� By win-  ���������������������������ii_; their,eighth victory in tha  .vliuiffl cup bevies here Saturday,  -N<* w���������W������tmi ns! er-as-good-as -~re=.  ,g;iitt-4 i'uc'yorld's lacrosse phnun-  p'.v-nsr^j). yancouyer muft win all  .Hi. hriawip.injj: five games t.o get 11  riu.w, whioh fact, {jonbidmini< the  shrunk of the fomitr litU-holdcrs,  i������. ojuMirlj i'mponj.ible ac anything  w* 'ijy-lb*.   Sn'urday'a scpre wad  5,������ 4.  Railways ot tho Provinco, Kebrimy 8-th,  1912, of a Section oi ft proposed Una of  railway .from" Tho "Wellington Col'icry  Company's railway noar Trent Rivor iu  Section 0, K, Township 2, Nolison DM-  rict-, R.C, from those .hroup.li und over  Sections 0, a, audi, and Lot 80, Nclarn  .District; T^oU 82, 13:1, I(j0, 231, 247, 170,  .138. 13(5, 9S, 134, 227, 'I'lS, wd iilra  Suction 3, Towiihliip 9, Comox District  M> WogIjou 3, Towjflhip 0, .Comox Uist-  riot, H. C��������� Wdlingtfn Colliery ltttilway  Company by ,    o  W. L. OOULSQN,  rrouil,ont.  F. COMPrOJJ, '  iij?oio'-ary.  NOTIlK.  I  MAROCCHI BROS   '.*j  GROCERS   &.   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING  WORKS  i^sitt^a^-gyfr^gagi^^ *  nww w������r>wwni>im tfc  ornmy's Bicycle Shop s  H. flakanishi, Prop.  .���������GENKRAL,' REPAIRING OE���������  Bicycles, Sowing Machines/  G'uns,Bto������, Etc.  Plumbing Done.  S> "VV. Copp's" Famous Stoves Si Ranges.  I Stovepipes etc.  % ' " ~"         '  $ P.O. Uox   .60 Telephone 7-0 w  ������ ������  1  0  Agents for Pilsencv Brewing Coinpanv's BEER  \Vholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  i  xMlnMMMV  K  Ot tho   tvyenty seven   tib������latt'(l  ;.'li;iona in the cepsiis ri-.unis jiirfl  ;...-"i<'d. I lie Rouiiin Calliol'io stand.-!  iirs-i m io liumberH, with 2.229,000  ;tf!lier.ini.-. Tlift Methmlist church  >o,'u*a next with tHU 8������G; th������ Pn-e-  hy-'-riaut-', 8l'2,l-i2; iho Anp.!iciuie,  K.S0.1S20; tho Hapii>tH, ol(������,-l77; the  CMii|,,'rp^n.i'n)i:nlii:is, ^S,'.:!)3, 'The  uiifil of tln-FoJive pruMiiuon- Piolcrf  t'l-ui olcuoiiiir.uiii.iis is, tlicifore,  .2 7S!,7l<^, A iiuuijjur of yihor Pro-  iw.ant bi-ct'j add ii.p  '.0  n   total  of  Our j'Jjftrd 0/ Trade is doiiig f.pod  jv.IkIc. It ivlll get a rail .pod  ihrouyh (JumlH'HJand or know the  je-ii-on why,-���������Mevi of pjudi.  NOTICE is lioivhy given that  an application will ho made on hv-  half oi' .the Ksquimnlt and K'auu-  imo .Railway Company, to the  lipard orHuiJw.iy CoinniJHsioneis  for Canada at the exniralion of  one month from the dalo of tbia  Notice, or.us eoon thereafter as  tho application can ho heard, for  a recommendation to tho Governor in Council for tlie sanction of  a leq^o of the   l'>quiniaU and Na-  NOTJCK is  lier.ehy  given that }i)aiin.o Jlail.way Company   lo the  Canadian Pacific   liailway   Com  puny for a term   of   ninety  nine  years from the. lir.-t day   of duly,  -191-2pjn-tlKr-torins���������aiid���������ftoiidiu  ions therein jnentioned..  This Notice is given pursuant  to llis provisions of section ilOl of  tho ''Hnilway AoL."  W. F. SALSBUUr,     '  Secretary, Esqniinalt   and Na  uaiino Jiailwny Conipany.  Uatod al Victoria, the ilttli dny ol  July, l������jl?.  vthe partnership iinu of "McKean  & Iii&C(jjo" rarrviiig on Imsiness at  Conrteiniy, P>. C., as dealers in  ���������gciiui,al'~mei"cliaiidise~wiiS"-.d.S8ol-'"  .veil ;\s of the 21st dav of Jnl.v,  1912. The husiuess will in fn-  n r.e be earned on by Mr. "Wiihum  McXean. All debts and obligations a������aiiiPt tiie said firm inn.-t  bo ]>i'eseutod for payment to the  said William McKcau, and nil  debts ajid obligations di.o or ar,  eruiug due said li''in ninst he paid  lo tbtQ said William McKean.  V. 11. F. I'.is-O!-;  . W. O. McKkan.  Dated July 20th,  3U12.  It you want 'anything in vjil'scs, sun  c.ises or trunks, liy The Hijj Store. They  hiivo ihe hij.rst and mo.u lOinplelc ,is-  soilmcnt, at the mosi rorisonable prices.  Hay ward Lund District  Diitrb-i oi   Comox  TAKE iTolicetu.il Elinyrie Han-  nan,     man ied     \\\inan     Camp  hull   Kiver,    !'. C,     in'.enth    to  apply ior  p'>riuision   to   p:..reha?e  tho   following  i3i'j3v.-iibftl   ht-.d : ���������  Cotunienciu^ a', a .| ost   ])l:uited at  thoVouth east corner   of    Lot   N_  !>51, thiuico roiilli 1"> ch..ir.S   lo the  north wesi comer of Lot 370', then  co east 2j chains lo the shore,  line,  iheiice aloiif. tho shore lir.o - lo   the  place of  ciiinnicr.ccmi'iit,  containing Kit) acres moiu or less.  ._.__._.________icr ta'.yJi?_i_ir.__ii_a\a'_an___.  Cie< r_e  Ve dier. Agent.  D.iio-1 J111 v 2Jnd, 1912.  lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHI!  ii  :iiiii!tii!i!!i:iiiiiii:ii;iiiiiiiiiiii������itiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiii:ii!ii:iii:ti!i!it!tiiiiiiiiiiiiii!!;!ii!iiii^  GOVERNMENT ST  tans*  c������r>   ���������  ���������    ���������  VICTORIA, li. C,  C'oinplclcNSlock of''Ye Okie Einne'/  eintzman  0. nanos  Wi������* -tnn'V*,'  Gramophone Needles for sal2 by  Chas. Segrave at the News office.  l-()lt SALK ���������Stiiiidard bird  ilrivinjj; mare ;l:1, years olfl, als ���������  ni'hi'Ui' tired mi^jiy anil harness in  (>()������.d eonditioii. Apply Clitnln.-!'-  buid Motel.  Ten corns will be pii I   to  every  per-on re nrniiifj Syphons f mil pr -  vat.e In u-eJ, to V    Honor.'h  Min  eral Walor Woibs, Cnmbernmd  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones end Records  WRITE FOR CATALOC AND TRICE LISTS.   ���������  Convenient Terms of .Payment Arranged.  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,   Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B,C  i!iiiiiiii|iiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiinii;i!ii;:!iiii:iiiliiiiiiinii'i!i:;!ii!i!iii:;iHiii!i:i::i:iii!;ii!it!ii^  ^iiti!i<iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiitiii!iii!!!!;ii>;iiiiii!:i:ii;inn!!i:i:!tii!i;!iiiiitiii!iii!i:i!i:i^  h' Capital Paid Uij $7,491 930.  lloeorvo $8,421,178  1  The Royal Bank of Canada.  s  Me-H.s'C   11  Kus <���������'!  Web.-ter have   :eeeir v  1 DRAFTS   I3SUK1)   IN   ANY   CUKHKNUY,   PAYAHLE .ALL E  | OVIC 11   TJ1K" 'WOULD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION' paid to SAVIN(5S ACCOUNTS & inleroM  n at hiyhopt OuiTPti't Kaire alinwid'on D������ pni-iin of .'M and upwind?.  iin.J J.smiTT, y CUMBERLAND, IJ. C., Brunch, Open ,Dnily.  pu clia   f| .i UNION WHARF, B, C,   Sub-Bmch, Opou Thursdays  iho Cumi-itiLiiiM ll.iii Uovin^ Pio  uuo S!i'i\v.    Thai i lu'.-'u well known  :.',mulumen will ��������� ive iheir Lest.   clT  oris lo pleas-eth'- pabhc in ihis lino  of ainui-emi'iit, v.< os wiilicut nayin^  rj?vM*KKKvxB*w:mtuam*v*wx^*���������^a*E^uw&at^<*HrwvMK*3^���������&i^  -<���������'���������  fiwxwvXBttssag TO,xtara������-������!iuu:?icwi:jtf xijhexaincaBXViae^ ff<Z  nmav3gmKies,mss& Ss^t^jaaastaatrjssd r&xxsxi&W'WXXS.W.  iT&agmniixiK  iasBEMWJisEsras^ w3WHcr.".-A'.'-rAvi-37 vps&xressxtxMa-'JM  r BaEswtsxgmsu& fflosat^.^-^ixa Saa^s^sa3dUKS������a-i  Fatal Accident  ('ii   last   S.utird.iy,   ('luuli-s  (ionyeiu  -,y\ (.-.y.plnyee (if tin- (,'. I1   K,  -.v.is \v.'|j  i'T, o.i dm irc.-rl nc.'ii N''-;.'   li^.'u-li,   lu:  ,,v.i'- !Kiiiii-i|; n :;tiii:;;ei'   in |il;'li"(: v..tli ihe J  ;ii,t (A a |Kiivy, uh'.'.'i it '.ii|>|:i'i!( < .ui-nu; |  Ir-'i U> (.ill   Sin Itwniil-. iliHiwni^ him   In;  ill'- I; r.iopi, ,i tii-aiuicc dl   .tlniHl uvcniy '  |.w irn, I,iii0!y  iiijuniijji  him.    Ilu  was S  i di'-n    in    thfc    hiiiiiiud    innm'fl't'iiely 1  v. hiic: vv,!i-yiliii>n WiXS 'h,r,e ,0 Ty ;'������:l!  r",.:w|i' r,iin,.'|l)iii uf nn ,v.ail, as hcirifi se-  >'!-H-l>- Iviri internally, he sii'Tiiinhed in  a:���������> iiij!|)ius O)}   Sf.intl.iy,     M������  .\Uiiuliiy  inci'i.r������������������;.; t,'������iW;i||)li: Sipvcnion ������inpaiic|l( ti  ���������ijiiv, '.p..! i.ficr viewi|i}; iht: tti.Jy   they  ���������.nii-i .('.���������'! in ilu; scene uf  [\yt   accidt'iil  in ,4Hd ,,     in ihe t:vfninn at 7.30 ilic in-  !|ii':-.. \>.i* ii.:hl Uulove   Corrni'-r A'"'*'**11-  Tin' in.y, :iM"'   ll.-ilfrlllig  (O |llU    CyulCIKC!  i;,v-i' ������ir(������t:;;lit ni a venial nf nci iiii;nlai  li'i.ltil, inirii: IjVIIi,:, im out- In hluilH!    I il'-  ���������riilciiii-ii  ciin|)i *���������<������������������<{  Me mry  Buy Your Groceries and  Fruit  at  P. 0, BOX 403  PHONE 130....  /rtSMJ"  a������:,  9^>  U)^, V ru.- Hpnos-.t. U.IH M- l,i;.i(l, A utiic  Sle^ti.nj'.r, C'lijttlm .-.(,-;������������������ tav'i.  UAHfi OK TUANKH     ���������  \Vn     ti������n-t.     lli in     up|'i lUllin)     "ii(  tliiiTtk!n|' the limn;' \\<,i\ fiiimL  ��������� '-Uud .H iii a;ir reront bt,--  ��������� ������������������������������������ twiitj iiid who l������J n:,iu\ word*  <!..' ! rdly Hetoi iti.������l to Imi'n ear  ?flrrow' wfl������lt������o thank iho?e who  ,<f.' "i maujj: Ijcauii5'-'������i" tt-xtx'. otf-.-r  <j  Our stock is always New and  Fresh.  We will open up in- the. new  Dallos block (next to the restaurant) about Aug, 1st, with  a new stock of  Dry Goods,  Shoes, etc. The 'Ideal' Store  Mc"Rae. Acton, Havman  __  mmmwsmmm  D, M. MORRISON, Mannger.  I COUBTSNAY,    H. O ,    Branch,   Opon Dnily.  p WM- HOPF, Maiiaj������or.  '%i!iiiiiii>iiiiiiiiiiii;iii!iiiii:i]Uiiiiitiii!:iiiiiiiiinii:!;ii!ii!'ii;:i!!iiiiii^  ���������lARRISON  i  iiiiliixi:!:,:]!'.!;, #"  P. Phillipp  c:  BARRISTER AND SOLIC1TOF?  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  omu^wi**uimMim>������mmmniMivitmiiHt*m>*Tummmm4^^  =V. BOflO^A-  wwwnmwmiwwiii mm  Mann&otnrer of JfllNERAL WATER  i-.mnwwiwwMi   -  CUMBERLAND  awiwwM,w.j..w,.-t;������w,MM������iwlif������-<  mmm**nmmmsf*m.m$muim ^u������w������  l������������irjW.!iaWII������IIIMII������������������������W������������k������*������w������������l|������*-'l������������^  srr-T"���������:|i;i|i|ii||iin  =*Llllllllll|l!  llilll!ll!:illll!lr-.-,--=l  AM OXrOBB  MOTOIi' WA60W  MEANS MORE Bl  ' ������ll>4,ll������UliM4������  f  i;������������5o  ��������� mumwmii MitiMiimw���������iimmji" m ���������n-T'-"'"""*~""M"'   ���������..-������������������^���������i*  jitf4Mi4i' ii. in u'mmnniT ������������������* - *��������� "      ������������tM,t< t������ W- <J.������UAte-������i������tn<t*������-h i* H ������l'*Hmiian*w���������***  j^-J���������^**^*,  Ak -  Wide awake meridianl* cverywlieic are a-cali/.iag  tin; imssihililies of ihe uiulor wa^an as a means  oftvanspovlatkm and delivery, The "Oxford1''  was but J r pni|Kj.seiy lur n^ir. ntuvery, imb a cai-  ryiiiR capacity of 800 lo 1000 lbs,, and costs only  81050. It will <lo nitiri' work than two horse deliveries, at an annua1 .������avin|������; of of about !i8oo in  riiuitiiijL* fNpeiises. almost, cuuiipji iu one year lo  pay the oii^inal cost. Write or call ami ask us  to prove these statement*.  H  i"-  rt*y,Mm*m*������m'-r+*i-wmmmmi>*i*m mmmMm Wntn  Mmm***:********  iirorv������ttiiwrn.t tt.-< i5_ri_*������������ioiii.'U*oii\'^y ������*'>' ajwja������������>. '.wwi uwww  IB  litrl  hH i ;i'i;t!'3:ai'i|,',ir,,,:|i!i  THfiS PUMLEV  ;:.--:- -:,^i'H(ir;il!l|!'|:i .ii!lll|l|iii~~- -:-^T,ii:���������.,,'H;,ii:C .llflVV.Si  I  !  "^;;t:'i;i!'!;!!.i.iiM','.������''������  ]  - ���������  i  i-.i  i  \i

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