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Array VA Journal De-voted Especially, to ;the Interests of Comox District.  ,  Tkk'Nbws, Twentieth Vea.r.  CUMBERLAND'Si* C.-,    WEDNESDAY,. AUG. 7,* 19.2  * t  ly^^^t^t-v-v-****--^^  WEEK  of Special Values in  in  itewear and all  Summer Lines*  BARGAINS FOR ALL  ' Do not miss this oppo.rtuiiity.  "*,Wejwaiit your grocery order  "sVTi'V ' '-���������': .^'- ������������������'".' *' -  "^'_-<  '       ' ' -    *v     \: . ���������  ^^2_______b_______:**^---^ *  **_____������i_M_i_w*a<M_-W______i_i______w_ii-_iwii______-i__**^^ iwwHfii 1 ���������'��������� ��������� mi_ii  Subscription $1.00 a Year  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Baths,,  Lavatories,,  ' -a "  *"'   *  Plumping^  Plurt>bihgr  j_������_n~~  simdH .iims^������i-tfe*^a,iiidi  qfttgrttfw ������^M*^W9miP|<M<������P<  .Mis9 He'iiMi   Freeman-arrived  liomo on Thursday lifst,   fro in -a  * holiday visit fo friends   in ' Van  tpouver,.  On Thursday lust, a~ logging  engine, owm**|. hy. the Eraser  River Logging and Railway Co.,  foil through tlie wlmrf into the  bay,.*'The wharf, which belongs  to tho company, has been (inly a  few years built, The engineer  hud to jump for his life, nnd escaped with n broken leg. Tho  iireman went down with the en-  gin, .but managed to - escape  through the cab window. The  ongiile lies in fou'V feet of water  at ordinary low tide,  It. Graut, Sr. and a party of  mighty iiflhiTinon, caught1 twenty  line snliiioiiflt Vcllow Hock on  Sunday.  -.������.���������',..' . ��������� o,   -  POR SAIJB���������A full sized lot  with nine fruit trees nntl .6-room  Iioij{*e partly furnished, with pan  .''try,"bath room and basement full  size of house. Hot and cold  water nnd electric light. Apply  to.the owner R. Hnlcrow, corner  First St, nnd Maryport Ave.  lUiilillug operations Imve been  fi'ta-rtcd on the new addition to  Campbell Bros, store,  Victoria men won the three  first piii-.e** iu , the... Ium, . ������uimuu  Sweepstake drawing held at Vic**  torin. Tho amounts were ns  follows; First, $18,000; Second,  'tfn.nnn- Third. S/l.������;oo.���������T.ttrkv  Victorians, -   : , j  Comox Aerie, No, 1058 Fraternal Order of Eagles* 2ntJ an������  jiirnl baskerp*0 -nic and sport.,  will bu held at Uoy'a Uracil on  .'Moudny, S������lpt., 2ii-l. Ib.iid will  bo iu nttpuilitiici" nnd wjil furnish  jinislc for diiuciug, This promises to be the event of the season  j)i the jiiiutif |>k* nic*.  -   * UNfAIR CRITICISM  "'Wo have   always   understood  .s.iwe its inauguration,   that  the  .branch of, the   Royal   .Bank   of  Canada at..Courtenay, was a woll  managed aud successful 'branch  of that, Urge financial institution, and was.very much appreciated as a great convenience by  the people of- Courtenay and Co  mox, and is not as is slated in  a write-up of Courtenay. and Co  mox iu lhe Saturday Sunset of  August 3rd The following' is  what the Sunset has to my abot.t  this .branch: ''The business nun  .are wide awake and progressive,  devoting themselves to the build  Ing itp of the town aud district,  The most noticeable exception to  this rule is the management of  the local hank, which swim to  be more of a detriment than n  help to the town. This will  hold the town buck from its  natural growth if relief is not  found, However, it is expected  that another bunk will  open  a  branch here ebon, which will ic-  lieve the situation."  ���������'Jack*' Gillcspio caught a line  71b trout at Oniickshauks river  lust week, > It was on view in  Tarbol I ^window nnd attracted  much attention.  Air, It, Ii McMicking, manager  c .?������������������- -r: V"   ���������     v t     i      ���������'" "  Oi uiu   1 icn-n't . UtlupHono out'vice,  s\uti iu loun this uak on , biiui-  noau,, Ho hud an interview with  the Board of Trade on Monday  evening regarding a hotter and  nifw (*i,inm)eto tcl^vliot.e "ei'vlet1'  for Cumberland.  A largo .panther wns brought  into town on Tuesday afternoon,  ���������Hot by Pete JAulung,. near T. li.  Hate's summer ('.anip 'belweon  Courtenay nnd Roy'n.  The  plana   lor the   new ad  ditionto our public a-mool have  arrived     Tenders   for construe-  ti -ii of jnmo are to be in by the  3!iid, inst,  di  TrE-  ' *jri"**  '���������--'''���������''���������^''''fow^  VAST IMPROVEMENTS  ' Mr, "WVL. Uoulsou of Victoria,  general manager of the Canadian  Collieijes (Dunsmuir) Ltd., who  is at the Hotel Vancouver, stated  yesterday that the vast improvr-  ments in connection with equipment and development work iu  the Comox field, involved the ex-  penditu roof several' mil-ion dol-  lars, are being rapidly carried  out, Early uext year about  6000 electric il horsepower will  be available frmu the power plant  now b������ing installed at runtled^e  riven This improvement, in-  yde the next eighteen months,  will enable the company to  double its coal production, now  amounting in'that field to 2500  tons daily. A new' coal mine  known as No. 8 is hi ing opened  up near 'Cumberland. The main  shaft is'down 200 feet', and the  coal seams are ...determined " by  boriugs .will be struck at a depth  of 900 feet, Mr, Coulsou added  that ihe. demand for coal continues! unabated, the entire output  of the iyiulysmith dud Comox  fields being absorbed as-soon-' ns  hoisted to the surf aw,���������Nanaimo  Herald of August 3rd.  t Mis* M. A. Lawrence, n talented .vocalist from . Ontario, who  is .visiting her brother, W. R.  Lawrcnco, will sing on -Sunday  evening,1 August 11th, in St..  Oe/irifrt'n Pi'i'������nvtei'fnn elinieh.  An hitorcsliiig , ^vtijt took  place on Tuesday evening nt tlie  lVespyteriaii muiisc, Rev. J.  Hood ofieiating, when Mr. Wal-  tor Crnwffird. nf Cniir'pniiy, mul  Miss Kahv McNeil, daughter, of.  Mr. Alex McNeil uf. this ei<y,  were united in > iiiarriage. Miss  Annie MeNivcu nc'edits brides-  iimid.and Mr. Alex McNiveu  '-upporied the gvoom The von tig  (OUpk* flflei' Iho cewniony h'ft  for Courtenay,  New VVeiitiuin^tcr defei.tcd  Vancouver at laetosse ou Saturday by ������ score 01 5���������|.  Three lota, on   Duusmuir Aye,,  recently'changed hands -at a substantial iigmo.    The purchafeejrg,1-  so vse -have   beon   iuforuicd aro  Japanese. ,   .  We noticed Air. J. W\ Bryden,  of/Victoria, i t town last wi-������k.  Mrs. John Jack left by " Sunday's boat for Vancouver.  The cement sidewalks are nn  dor way.  Don't forget tljo Flower Show  at Courtenay on Thursday, Au-  gus1. loth.  Puacey-s, Dallos* and "Abo'i"  now..buildings are noaring coin-  ple'io'i. Mnrocuhi Brothers toW  building is fast going up, as is  tho addition to tho New England  Hotel and I'\ Soavardo's is about  completed,  , George Roe, of Union Bay,  was in town on Tuesday. lie  came up in his new "Kord'i auto  recently purchased in Victoria.  ��������� It looks lfkc old times to see  , 'Tommy" Hudson flying around  in an antoinobile.--Tommy just  had to., The call of lhe auto is  hivrd to resist if you have the  ���������<uecQs.ni'y,,< ���������; .���������  Tie .uniberM Department Stores.  Get Our Grocery ^Rrice  List and see how you  can save from $iQ to  $20 a month  ON YOUR GROCERY ORDER  SPECIAL LINES IN DRY GOODS-SATURDAY  Regular 50c hose for 23c' *  20 doz pair of black ������&.tan.  silk lislo thread hose good  value nt 50c.  Saturday Special 25c,  Regular 75c pure silk and  pilk- lislo thread hose in  bUck, only a few doz  left -  Saturday Special 50c  Smallwaro Spici-d**���������r ,  ���������365 pin.sheets S Jor 10c  Crown hairpins ��������� .. 2 for 5  Black belt pins. - 2,for Pe  . White belt pins 2' fpr ^c.  Mending wobj, 2*cards,oc  Assorted safety pins 2 for 10''  All prints, ginghams, chairi-  ��������� . brays, sutt-ens.  Saturday Specials.    8 yds $1  Phone 10  P. O. Box 100'  2ZL  MHMBHMI  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  feJJITAb $15;OQO.OO0���������^~--REST.- $12.500,00dr~  MONKy ������RJ>ERS  Issued by TbQ Conadiaa BanU df Commerce; are a safe, cpnveoaent as4.   ���������  > ineKpensive methodibf r������mitti*^%ini41 ^tns. of money.   -tftW- Q-fcffe,  .  payable without charge \\i ^-Mk'^V'Xanacla"' ���������(excep** nfc,:thff-'Yu"Wto..  Territory) and in the princlpiaUatta^Hit UnUed SMaty'mtyAxaite& W  the following rates,;,  "         "..'���������*- V ���������     ' '" l  $5 and under.;..... ,,..,^    Scents  i. a pumiuG. .**......*..._fi* ������������������    <3>  Over    5 and not Exceeding 9*0    6  "    10,  ���������:-������ " 30....-, 10  30  it  tt  tt  at*.  IB  14  it  tt  ������.e  REMITTANCES .ABROAD  should \>m,tDaia by means of our 6PS_*CIAL "TOSBION DRAJPTO mm] MONEY,  ORDERQt.', ttaaed without delay at naaoaablfntat.  CrJWBBB^AND BKANCH.,         W, T. WHITB,  Manu������o������  ARCHDEACON SCRIVEN HERE  , Archdeacon Scriven came np  from Victoria on Saturday night  to tnko tho services in Holy Trinity church. Unfortunately no  notieo hnd ^een given, and there  were no congregations on Sunday.  The Archdeacon will bo here  over uext Sunday, and there will  bo the usual services nt 11 and 7  o'clock, at which he hopes a good  unmbor will bo present. On the  two Sundays following, the Rev,  C, II, UUlor, the nowlv appoint  od Oloricnl Financial,*'Agent of  the Dioc-'so will officiato, and  will .tak<������ tlio opportunity tp .interview, nil church members of  the parish in preparation for the  coming of tho new rector, who is  to.succeed the RowH. "VV, LtilT-  ere, and who is expected to take  charge in September,  m FOSTER IN TRAINING  Tex Foster is training hard  for his boxing contest with 0,w  clone Scotty on the i^th-vOf'tlj'ji  month, l-foster puts in a five-  mile run ou tho Courlenay road  every morning, aud one.hour in  .the gymnasium at Italian JInl)  every afternoon at 4,30 Evety-  body is cordially invited to nt-  ti'ud. Word co-ties from Van ���������  couver, that Scotty is getting in  the best of B.mpe to take Foster's  ���������measure, on points. He say^  "colored boxere are made to or-*  der for him." Tickets aro now  on sale nt Jimmy Elliott's pool  room, Cum berland, B C, Or  dcrs have nlnvuly been sent in  for reserve tickets by Vancouver  and Nanaimo "fans."  UAMi'Ufcl.f, ItKOS., have just openiid a .full range of ihtbr  oxqnirdtb CorsotH. for which thoy nre agentfl. Thoy have ove-  ry"��������� confidence in iuvitiiijf innpoctiou of same.  Mien high chum "VASSAU" SI10.RS made on the latest  Nkw Vot'k ukkIuIs nnd from the l'C-4 ninteiials. Hlgb tan  biittiintvl and'hici'd shoes in patent leather mid box calf.  ampbell Bros.  MMwmwmmm  m  MM ,������  ,_., ..^ ...^  0'%-*-y,k..||^gj5.v  ** -.:   ?'--;' -T^m^'] *-  - *     *"- "���������**'_" "-'*_* T" * ���������>"' ' ���������" *'v��������� >"���������    ���������i*-" "l     *->   *V  ���������THIS TOWs}*etTMBKRLAlVfI)..H CU ��������� *  ������                  -->                      -      -���������>.*-_'* ���������  ��������������� -,*.������������������ .   ���������< i   , ������������������ _  .  I. THE  BAUNCE  By L G. MOBERLY  Author ot  "Din and Another." VA TaKgled  Wsb,". . "Slri of Alison Dosr-  lng,"  etc., etc.  WARD, LOCK  ft CO., LIMITED  London, Melbourne end   Toronto.  (ConUuuedi.     -  "Start where?   We  were just  discussing your. telegram, ana my dear  Dick,   neither ��������� Air.   Dynecourt   nor  I  (���������an make sen***,? out .of it. .   Is thcu  wording what you iuennt it to "be?"  Her brother look tho telegram  from her and read it with a frown.  "Why no, I meant to till you I "was  coming for you. Directly I know.she  wanted "you 1 did tlio only obvious  thing there was to be done; I came  off to fetch you. I only wired just  l.o prepare you.     'Nausicaa' told mo  she wanted you more, than'anybody  i,  "She? Do you mean- that- Miss-Dyson wants me? Is she ill? What  is it? Oh! Dick, do try'for-once to  be   practical." '  "I thought in sending for you T was  doing Ihe most practical thing possible," Dick looked at his sister, with  puzzled - eyes," "but why do you ask  if Miss Dyson is 111? Of course she  isn't. Can you imagine her ill? She  is the perfection of lovely health and  youth and strength,      Why  did  you  "Oh, Dick, Dick," Clare laughed, "do  keep to the important' point.' If Mis i  Dyson is well, who is ill?"  * Nobody as far as r know;"- the artist's brown eyes were still bewildered, "but this dreadful business nas  been a.Jiorrihle. shock to .us all and  most of all to-Lady .Hernesley."  Both Her listeners started.  "What dreadful business?" Clare  asked, "for pity's sake tell mo what  is the matter. I -havenit an idea  what you are talking about, Dick, nor  has Mr. Dynecourt."  "But you must have heard of the  murder?" - ...  "Murder?" Clare's eyes grew-"wide  and startled, but it was Dynecourt's  face that whitened.  '"It "was all in the papers ' this  morning. I think the terrible publicity must be one of the worst troubles foi  J.ady Hernesley. .   Sh.i���������"  "But who has been murdered?*'  Clare interrupted, "what has Dorcthy  to do with it all?" -    -  -  "I haven't opened my paper today,"'  Dynecourt added hurriedly and nervously, "who���������"*  ���������"The���������victim���������was���������my���������unfortunate"  landlord, Mr. Tritton," Bevan answered, 'they brought him into his own  house. It has all =been very ghastly  very dreadful. But for Lady Hernesley the worst, part of it all i_ that Sir  Miles has been arrested."  'Sir Miles���������arrested?"  "On what they are pleased to call  strong circumstantial evidence," Bevan said, "that man���������accused of���������murder���������accused of striking a man down  from behind! Sir Galahad accused  of a foul crime. If it were not so  profound a tragedy IL would be a G51-  bertian comdlly."  "It, is unthinkable," Clare*' exclaimed. "I know Sir Miles very little,  1 ut even *my small knowledge of bin.  tolls me that such an accusation is  nn outrage. And you say Dorothy  wants me?" Her indignation against  her old friend was merging Itself into pity for her. Tho man accused of  n dastardly murder was Dorothy'.  husband, and Dorothy was alone-with  her anxiety. ��������� It- was iinpo.Hible for  Clai'o with her largo heart, and long  Jug to servo others, riot to wiuli lo |*o  ���������with 'hor friend now.  "Yes, sho does want you," Bevan  answered, "she told 'Nauslcaa'. you  wero the only person she thought" .ho  could bear to havo with her. .1 sup*  ���������>080 her parents would bo no help,"  I "Help?" Clare smiled, "they would  I be worse than useless. ller mother,  is a neurotic semi-invalid, and - her  lather lias no-more backbone than a  worm. Sir Miles showed sense when  lie established them in South Devon  He probably knew that they had woi-  ried Dorothy's--life out of her for years  and thought that the further they were  removed from her the better.  "Then- will ' you come to Lady  Hernesley, Clare? There's a train  from Waterloo at six-thirty, and I  came on purpose to tako you back."  "If it rested only with me I would  come off now, at once, but I miiB**-  talk to Matron and see what can be  arranged.'* . Do you want me to go  to your cottage'"  "Heaven forbid! I couldn't slay there  after they carried that poor fellow in  last night. Mrs. Dyson has taken  me in, but you will go to the Court.  "I will go aud. speak to Matron directly; but even if she gives me leave  I shall have a great deal to do before  1 .could .Join __j.puv at .Waterloo You  arid Mr.-Dynecourt must go away now,  and, Dick, you could como back to the  hospital at five, to see whether I have  been able to arrange anything."  During the whole of this colloquy  between' brother, and sister, Dynecourt.  had stood a littlo apart, listening intently, hi. face very white, a strange  look of horror in his eyes, and it was  this look of horror which arrested  Clare's attention when sho looked at  ���������him in ending her sentence.  "This has come as a great shocli to  you, too," she said in a low voice,  whilst her brother strolled out of her  room and walked dreamily away towards tho door-of the ward. Dynecourt started, his.thoughts seemed to  be jerked back from a very long _t_.  tance.  "A great shock," he repeated in level  tones,   "you   see,   only   yesterday  In the Growth  of Corn  thoro'B n period when the '.or-  Dels nro plumped out with n  v.gulablu milk, most nutritious,  As tho corn ripens Iho ������������������"milk"  hnrdens, rind finally becomes nlniost flinty,  Post  Toasties  *,������������������*-.  Are nindo from this' hard purl,  of choice iielocLoil corn.  I    ���������  It Is carefully rooked; treat-  oil with mignr nnd unit; rolled  Into ih lu bit.; thon toii.ted to  nn itppetlsiliig brown���������without a  liaiid toiic'ilna; tho food,  It has been snld that Pout  Ton nf lew im tho mnnt.''rieHi-t|nn<������  ly flavored pnrtlol*-. of cereal  food yot produced,  .One can render   an   opinion  upon trial.  ' * The Memory Lingers' *  SOLD BY GROCERS  Mndo hy  C'uiiiil'nii  I'ohium, t'.rcn. Company, Ltd., Wlair0P| Onfft.lo,  Cnnnda  "Why, you were down at Mansmere,  Clare cried, "perhaps you were even  somewhere in the neighborhood at the  time of the murder. And it seeniB  so doubly dreadful when a thing like  this .happens to people one knows."  "Doubly dreadful." Dynecourt again  repeated his words, again" in that level  voice.  "Did you know this man, this Mr.  Tritton?" Clare asked the question as  they stood just 'within the' doorway  of her sitting-room,- and the afternoon  sunlight pouring in at the high window of the ward showed suddenly the  ghastly whiteness of her companion's  face.  .-���������Yes���������I-^knew him���������slightly," the  words came faltering.}-; his eyes did  not meet hers,, but she saw in them  once more that glance of horror and  instinctively she put her hand on his  arm.  "Then the news Dick brought must  have como on you as a dreadful  blow," she exclaimed.  "A dreadful blow." For the third  time he echoed her words, and as her  hand rested on his arm she felt that  a shudder ran through him.' *  ���������*_But_I,,a"___sure-Sir���������Miles--is--not-  guilty," Clare said firmly, urged' to  speak by some unaccountable Instinct.  "I am sure Sir Miles is not guilty,"  came the echo once more, and then  Dynecourt walked away to join Bevan  moving slowly, {_s though still da_ed  and stunned by what ho had" heard.  And Clare ran down to the Matron's  ofllce, trying to concentrate her  thoughts on the exigencies'of Hhe moment, trying to thrust away from her  the, memory of the horror in Dynecourt's eyes, tho echoing monotony of  his words, the whiteness of his face.  Tho Matron, though she looked surprised at tho Sister's request, was  willing to grant It and anxious to put  no obstacles In Clare's way when tho  whole story of tho tragedy was unfolded to her She was a brisk,  kindly-hearted woman, a born organizer, and that rare personality���������a born  leader also,  "You must certainly go, Sister," she  said, "this "Is not nn everyday emergency, and it Is heart-breaking to think'  of your poor friend alono in her home,  and her husband accused .of such a  crime. By all means catch tho six-  thirty. I can manage perfectly well  and.I .will send avBUbatityto up within,  nn hour to tako over the ward, and  you can go off with an easy mind,"  With' an easy mind? Clare smiled  a littlo drourlly as she wont back to  hor room and bognn her preparations  for dopai'Luro, preparations constantly  Interrupted by calls upon hor from tho  busy ward.  An easy mind? Woll! her. mind  might bo-free from any hospital worries'; sho could contentedly leaver her  ward to any substitute Matron considered capablo of taking chargo of it,  but���������-an oa.y mind? Sho ovon laugh-  od--n troubled laugh, whilst she packed lior bnp, for, with Oliver Dyne*  court's whlto face nnd horror stricken  uyeH .beforo her mental vision, how  could hor inlnd bo ensy?  (To bo Continued,)  Dysentery corrodes -tho liile. tinea  and speodlly oiUb away tho lining,  lirhigliifs, about (lftiiftorous'conditions  thai mny causo death. Dr, J. D,  KclIoBB'a Dyst-iitcry Cordial cirri.b tho  Inte.tliial canals of tho germs thut  cauno tho Inflnniniallon, and by protecting Iho. lining from lintlior ravage*, restore!, thorn to healthy condition, TIioho subjoct. to ilynontery  hIiodIiI nnt, bo without fills simple yet  powerful remedy.  Cited an Exception  A religion, worker, while visiting  a Western town, gavo a "Talk for  Men," during tho counuV of which,  ho oxproBHod hl,i conviction that no  *������������������������������������������>.������     .yi'l-\     nVfM,1������1    ���������>l������l.'<n.v    -.Inf. .."If.  which hn would not. feel hintIfierl In  tawing Ma own ul.tor,  Is theto any young man prcBont.  who thinks ono may .safely disregard  Ih In wlno rule?, united. Iho speaker.:'  Whereupon d youth in tho ronr of  ��������� 1,0    Vo"!    ,lr  ,1    ,.,.11    !,.  I  J  W. N, U. 002  stejitorlon tone;���������  Yo������, sir.    1 do,  And whnt, ������lr, donmndod tlio angry  anil apprised speaker, Is tlio placo  which you yourself would think of  visit Ins to which you could not (alio  your Alfttpr?  'l'ho bftrWir'H shop, replied tho  youth.  The total number or Piirllameniary  eloctor. fn tho tlnlted Kingdom Is  now 7,58*1,000. nn Increase of Mfiib  over lnnt year.  "is the l^stT remedy  known   for   sunbu-m,*  I heat rashes, eceema/  ^ore fee*., stings*and  |*t>hsters/ A skin food?:  Ml Drvifttt* and Stara*.~tOe/  ���������     "- -   %  DOGS OF THE YUKON  They  are   Born   Fighters,  Inveterate  Thieves, Scrnetlmes Cowards  Dogs in Alaska are of all breeds  and sizes, tho most common being  the malamute ,or nativo dog, -says a  writer in the Wide World Magazine.  The word "malamute" Is an Indian  word, meaning Eskimo and i3 applied  to both dogs and natives. The malamute is of the wo-f strain���������In fact,  the best of the breed are half wolf.  They evince all the characteristics of  the wolf, both in appearance and' in  manners,  ��������� Owing to his wolflike fur, the malamute can easily stand the extreme  Alaskan cold. He is a born fighter,  an inveterate thief arid somewhat.of  a coward, for he will seldom fight  singly against a lone adversary. The  malamute while well able to withstand  the cold, does not seem to have the  same order of intelligence as.is displayed by. the outside dog, cand the  best dog for Alaska would seem to be  a mixture of the two strains.  Small dogs, such as fox terriers are  a. rarity in Alaska, for in that country a dog is valuable in exact proportion to the amount he can pull.  A sleigh dog will weigh anything  from 30 to _.*)0 pounds, the average  being about 57 pounds.  Dogs in Alaska, when on the trail,  are fed onco a day after the day's  work is done. Th'ey are never fed  in the morning, for if they were they  would be ^azy all .day, or, what is  moro probable, would vomit up their  breakfast soon after they got on- the  trail. Dogs, to work well, must be  well fed.  They get a variety of foods,.including rice, tallow, corn meal, and fish.  If ' rice or corn -meal torms-a*. part  of their food it.must be cooked..Some,  men. prefer to feed their. > dogs .on.._ba-  con or fish, thus doing away with  cooking. '  'J he Yukon sled, while not a thing  of beauty is built to stand all.kinds  of hard wear, The sled is aboafc  eight feet long, is made of any kind  of hard wood, lies close to the ground,  costs fr.om $10 to $14, and makes a  trail 1G inches iu width. Another  pattern is known as the basket sleigh  and "is-"*to"the"Yukon~sleigI_"*~wHar**a7  three-masted schooner is to - a coal  barge. In length it is from eight to  fifteen feet, is made of birch, oak, or  hickory, cuts a trail 22 inches in  width, costs from $40 to $2000/,,is  raised a foot or mc|e from the runners, and, hi the best examples, is  lashed together with rawhide.  The basket sleigh, as itBname implies, is fitted with a basket, into  which the load is placed, and from  the back of tho basket a pair" of handles project to be used in .guiding the  sled on the trail.' In very cold  wsather wooden runners are* best, but  In ordinary circumstances steel or  bras3 runners.are used.  How Rome.Was Saved  How are"* you on,' ancient* history, inquired the Wood- Street man.  Fine, declared the-sage "of Smith-  , field Street. . Ask me anything you'  I'want to know. ' ":'\    ~ '  I was trying to recall -the' facts  about those geese that.cackled and  thus saved Rome. -������������������  I remember the episode. '* You see  Rome was a very rich city la" ancient  days, filled with gold and precious  stones.' Some invaders had gathered  ed in hopes of getting big'loot  I see.       ���������   ��������� "     *   .  But when th.y heard" the geese  cackling. they thought they'd, hotter  grab the geebe 'and let the'gold go.  Tbe cost of living was just as high  then as it is now.  I comprehend.  They, made off with' tbe goese and  thus Rome was saved. *  PURE  MADE  IN CANADA  [WHOLESOME!  Holes In Her Stockings  The eternal feminine crops out in  tho current story or the nervous woman to whom tho. throat specialist",  while adjusting a larscopo, preparatory to an examination, remarked.  Madame, you'd bo flurpri,.t.d lo -hear,  how far down wo man seo with Uils  wondorful instrument.  A pause followed, and then the patient faltered:-  Doctor, beforo you begin, perhaps I  ought to tell you that I really hadii't,  time to mend Iho holos in .my stockings beforo I caino here.  Her expression of concern.over np-  ponrances was as instinctive ns that  of tho tidy New England mother who  rushed from tho kitchen Into the hall  alter a crash, and enquired If any oil  had been spilled on the carpet, when  her daughter fell down tho front stnlr-.  with akoroseno lamp.  Mlnard's Liniment, the Lumberman'*  Friend. ,,.  Prolonglnfl Human Life  Tho astounding hnd gratifying fact  Is 'claimed that ln tho last half con*  tury an nvorngo ot twolvo years has  beon 'added to tho period of human  llfo, Since tho first actual rocordu  woro taken' In Now York city ln tho  middle of tho 'CO'h tho rato of mort-'  allty Inui been reduced from thirty-  flvo deaths In each thousand'Inhabitant n to about fifteen or sixteen, This  reduction' has resulted from tho control of Infectious dlsciisoH, Tho Having thus mado relates only to tho  period of ll'fo under li0 yenrs, Thero  is no saving knowledge regarding  tho organic diseases of advancing  yoars, which utlllct especially thoso  who havo been active In affairs nnd  who aro taxed,witli large responsibilities,���������Christian* Horald.  Tho jawbone of a nvn. which was  flovmnnv, In fliippoeert'tn hnvo Veen  200.000 yearn old.  Sand Song, in the Desert v  In tlie North African desert at Borne  times in tho year a curious phenomenon can be heard.    -   -  It Is the song of the sands.  No one can say-whence this song  comes, but' it is due to' atmospherical conditions.  There are two distinct sounds: one  is like the wind in telegraph poles,  the other like tli������ after-reveyberation  of a big striking clock.      .   -  During the time the "song of the  sands" can be heard,some of the sand  dunes when trodden on give out a  hollow, bell-like sound, aiid where the  surfaco of lhe desert is'covered with  sandstone a tinkling noise is heard  wneu this Is trodden-"- on.���������London  Answers.  With characteristic thoroughness  tho Germans have devised a real  burglar proof safe, so' cleverly designed that it Avill baffle ��������� even thp  burglars who work with the latest  of oxygen and acetylene blowpipes." It  is called the carrousel, or 'roundabout safe.'  It exhibits a polygonal steel structure revolving freely on ball bearings.  It is built inlo a wall, and when the  outer door is closed a small electromotor is set iu motion, whereupon  the safe starts revolving ceaselessly  and noiselessly on its axis within its  stone chamber.   -  Any-tampering with Its .motions  causes an alarm bell - to ring. So  long as the safe ^continues to.revalve  -the blowpipe can-have, no'effect upon  It, since "the flame cannot be.applied  long .enough to any particular spot to.  make, "an impression.���������Chicago Trib-.  unc  Held Her Audience Well  Diggs���������My wife is a wonderful vocalist.     Why, I have known her to  hold her audience for hours���������  Biggs���������Get out!    '  Diggs���������After which she would lay  it In the cradle and rock it to sleep.  A Real Meat'Baby  Small Bessie had been-taken in to  see her new baby brother for the first  time.  ���������  How do you like him, asked papa.  Fine, replied Bessie. I was getting  tired of sawdust dolls, and I'm glad  we've got a real meat one at last.  A Successful Hunter  ,Beeu hunting?  Yep.  Kill anything?  Nope,  couldn't get a guide  to go  with me.  ,    Where He Must FaJJ  l believe'the man who loves deep  tnough can ectually accomplish any  thing within human poHsihililiu.,  No. ' There's one thlilg within human possibilities that he con't do,  What, if I may nsk'.'  K.op lroni seeming ridiculous to other people;  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  A MOTHER'S STANDBY  ' Mrs.' Wm. Kornnghan, Cnrtwrlght,  "Man,, says: ".I always uso baby's Own  Tablets aud find them nn excellent  remedy for little ones." Thousands  of othor mothers sny tho same thing  simply because thoy hnvo found tho  Tablets the bOBl medicino to give their  little ones to mako teething cn.y; to  expel worms; reliovo conHi.lpat.lon nnd  to make baby plump, hoalthy nnd  strong. The Tablets aro .old by  nicillcl.'.o dealers or by mull nt 25  cents a box from Tho Dr. Wllllnm.'  Modlclno Co., Brockvlllo, Out.   I    I.I ll_    I    !_������������������II  Prison Habits  For ten years past, said lhe new  boiirdor at the sonsldo, my habits hnvo  been tegular as clockwork.  I roso on tho strolco of six, half nn  hour Icier I sat at breakfast; nt seven  I was nt, work, dined nt twelve, ate  supper at bIx, und wns in bod at half  past nlno, alo only solid food, and  hadn't a hIurIc Illness ull Hint time,"  Dear mo, said thn landlady. In sympathetic tones, and what wero you In  for?  Evening Thlnoo up  What did Mrs, Klosoman gl\o you  for cutting her grans? nsliod Tonim*/.  moiher.  Nothing, replied Tommy,  Why, slm iironi Infill you 10 con la,  dld't she?  . Yos, but I used her slol'lo to dn It  with, nnd uh���������> diiiigt'il ino ID eintH  for Iho it'io of it.���������Cntliolic ytnndiud  and Tlmo...  BAKING  POWDER  CONTAINS NO  ALUM  RELIABLE ^V       ^ECONOMICAL  The Kaiser's Daughter  Before setting out for Vienna and  Venice,, William II, Emperor of Germany awaited at Berlin for his daughter, whom he calls his 'tiest boy.' She  whom ho calls his "best boy." She  returned from Switzerland, where she  made, according to the official version, a sojourn for her health., The  gossip of the German court says' this  was really a lark to escape from the  presence of the Grand Duke of  Mecklenburg-Strelitz, to whom, they,  wish to marry .her without her consent. Tlie Emperor and Empress  were at the station when slie' arrived.  Hardly had the train stopped .when  the Princess hastily. descended from  the coach, and throwing herself Impetuously into tha arms of her father,  exclaimed: "I will not marry him."  The1 Emperor, * smiling enigmatically  responded: "I shall occupy, myself  with this alliance after the others."  It is now said that this marriage  can never take place, as the Grand  Duke has, withdrawn" from the field.  The Kaiser has taken the Princess  to Italy, and travel sometimes  changes one's ideas���������-Le Crt de* Paris.  ���������The Poet.,  The poet sang of sparkling rills--��������� - -"  And . bursting ' buds   and .country  ..   lanes        "-;..'*  And violets'ftnd daffodils       , ,  And-, weet, refreshing April rains, ..'  All muffled up aud having chills, ��������� /  And, doped with seven kinds of pills,  Ho sat where smoke and fog vert *  thick-,  Aud looking from his ,'window whert,  It furnished little'light or air,  Snw but a wall composed,of brick  And as he looked and as ho wrote   '.  A lump roso in the poet's throat. '  For he was weak and sad and sick  I fear, he said beneath his breath    -.  That I am doomed to starve to.deaUi    ���������  Unless I sell this mighty quick," *  * "Therefore .the poet wrote away.  Of-promises that spring fulfills,  And bravely let his fancy stray _    '    -  To g'aducss 'over ..distant Mils. ���������������  S. E.'.Kiscr.  Some Repartee   -  Scoffing Man���������You . suffragettes  ought* to live ln those European countries where women and donkeys  hitched together,-draw-heavy loads.*  Then you'd be of some use.  -  Suffragette-^Are- you married?  Scoffing Man-rOf course.   .  Suffragette���������Evidently ,the .custom  you mention is not confined to' foreign countries.���������Judge.  He Did   .  Napper���������Jones is so visionary! Nobody takes any stock in his schemes.  Snapper (gloomily)���������I did.���������Judge.  Do jou think It is possible to-make  an~airship"|absolutely"~safe?"^ '~~~~  Sure, replied the mechanician.  How'.'  Disable It before It gets a chance t>  leave the ground-���������Washington Star.  Gen- Horace Porter, who was 'am- -  bassador  to France  during the , Mc-,  Kinley   administration,   has   always  been in demand as as after-dinner en--  tertainei*���������that term being less deadly than "speaker," more nearly exact  and. eminently-fitting..     ���������  , The general  was giving an " illustration of everyday diplomacy after  having compared it with world diplomacy.. ���������',-,",  ' ���������' We will say," for .instance; he ob-.  fiervetVthat our everyday- wiseacre Is  introduced to a man from Iowa, * He"  talks-corn'with him.     He meets a  man from Boston and talks beans;   .  Should he-happen to be thrown in.  the combined company of a man froni  Iowa and a man from Boston he would *  discuss succotash.���������Chicago Post.,  They Don't Speak Now    \  '. What  nonsense  all. this  is   about  men get lng on their knees when they:  propose,   said" .Mrs.   Parslow   to   her-  .������!Anii_f _������������!_-\������./l_=_____Tlif *i*_!_ _icl*io___l ___*i(l_-_*t .__*���������_* .  UCfll. " JL-"! ICiiUr*"' ii* J-*i������uB������ittU'u-uiM u v��������� \*v ���������  any such absurd thing.        '  .  He did when lie propo&ed to* me,  said the dear friend, without thinking-  WOMAN'S TRIALS.  The burdens a woman hat to carry through life are mtay but they can b������  lightened ������ the wilt turn to Dr. Pierce*-* Favorite Prescription. A Boothmg ami  strengthening nervine-*subduing nervous csoUability, prostration, hysteria, hot-  flashes and the many symptoms whioh may be caused by distressing ills peculiar  to women. For those "dragging-down" pains or distress and (or the derangements and irregularities the "Favorite Prescription'' has had many thousands of  testimonials from people living in every part of America. Another important,  thing to tvaty woman is that this medioine is made from efficient medicinal roots,,  without the use ol alcohol, narcotics, or any injurious agents, Full list ol ingredients given on bottle-wrapper and sworn to by Dr. R. y. Pierce-who is President  ' of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical  Institute, at Buffalo.  N. Y. Every woman if invited to -write to this Institute and  receive confidential and sound medical advice, entirely  without cost from one who makes the diseases of women  his ipeoialty. . ., ...  "I can chowfully rocommend your reniodlfif, especially  your' Favorite Prescription," for all female disorders/1^vrltcs  Mbs.M. M.Morareuvof Blurt City, Tonn., Itouto 2. "During  the past seven years I suffered from pains in tho pack: and  _,������������������.!'_<,    rn.inri .in. fAtniwiina Vint, fmiiitl onlv transient  Hu,MoaiUfXU  1 found that it would dolust what It Is "^omtt^ngtiViS  do. 1 used in ullsovon bottles. I cannot speak too highly  of Dr. Plorco's -femodles for all fomalo doranijomonte."     t  D.\ Pltreti'a Plaaaent PalMa fiulatantar Uia.  They Make Good  wiio keep themselves in lino  physical condition. Regular  bowels, active kidneys and  liver, good digestion, and  a greater natural vigor follov?  the timely use of the reliable  ^^^^^ _^_^_^_^ ^^_^_^_^m ^m^u ^^^^ ^^__   ~^^ _M__L^F_________  Mj^P WW" WaW M w WmsW   ^^k   ImFjH   "tro^  PILLS  %*U aaaatm-ata,    ���������     ���������    la bast*, %%*  J-oul Ho-oIhto', in n ivOiiiioii au-  i.u:.:i en ii-.'qru.";.';'':, "..JJ lliui ;���������;���������  vontlvo nieitBurea hud reduced the  moil allty fiom comminution In London hy 33 per cent,, hotweon 1001  and lliuft, and hy 14 por cent* In England and WulcH for tho _aim* period.  iNt-UTiy itttly UKHibauii uvea were  uaved which would havo been lost under, tho average conditions of tho de*  cade of 1871-1880.  Saxony haa 35** orgAnizations of  Rteiiographfrs with a total enrolment  exceeding 22,000 members,  In china a (Ino Is Imposed when a  Ir.iln !������ lute.     Queer minloni eh?  Ob, I don't know. Ever notice  what hr.ppeitfl when n boat, cotnou In  latft In il'U country?  No. what happens?  Slie Is promptly.docked���������Wnnlilnif-  Standard  Gas Engine Oil  gives the best lubrication possible, alike in kerosene,  gasoline and gas engines. Keeps its body at high temperatures.   Equally good for external bearings.  Mica Axle Grease  saves power and fuel in yourt tractors. The bsst  known, mo3t liked axle grease rrmdes- Never rubs  off.   Never gum9.  Silver Star Engine  Engine Kerosene Oil   Gasoline  /* _���������-������,* !* _������ Y-T-. t������������-#Afl���������*/**��������� 0������1���������-MM**, i*-**-   f������t"./\*.-f  f**nf  r*.-i1 * *������������������������<���������*���������������������������*r**NM"i���������  W<i  *Wi***4.'*to.      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The Imperial Oil Company, Ijniui '  .   ."^ *^.' **-"'  ,s.-:--7V:- v-_;,>i  ,J,.*';'j^' '_ "*-"?-_  ���������* f^C"^*^"^ v^"^v: *'^^r^ ^.'-'���������->^J������������������*������> :-^'L;- ��������� v* ���������������-:��������� ���������������*���������*.->-. ��������� \'^i^^i^^^7^T^  f !:<   ���������* 'i  I  ":! ,v C'A"X-\  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B, C  ...-..'���������^".^^���������"'���������^-Sw'iv. ..  ^Biifliujse ^eyJ������t2t*isorl^enUy'.<aoi:-_|  \>*P^^������>r.f^P^S-)^>t     --if  ���������\^h?Wu������h?j"-;-- .^ ?v.-n -*.7������'"n' *'  "       ���������_*"* Jt ^  LAXATIVES  ' are,best far the children as well as?"  "T.the^ grown-ups.  -25c. a'box' at"  ' your druggist's.    ; ,,--"' .  f.  tiaij'-ittl Drai intj CJiiiRita) Co. ol Cina-Ji.tlrnKt.'  "*        '���������    ���������   ������������������"        -  ��������������������������� ie:  i______H_Ma_____ii  It  Cutting Trees by. Wire  A new method! of felling.trees by  the" friction of a steel wire, which  . Ib able to work Jts * way through'*a 20-  Inch tree In about six miuutes, Is put-  ":--' ting the axeman out of business in  _ tho forests of Germany.  The wire la drawn t rapidly about  i*he, tree,' and tho heat generated by,  . the fricti6"iis sufficient to'burn, a thin  carbonized kerf, which is both  smoothers and.cleaner than the cul of  a saw.    The charcoal layer adhering  - to the' trunk is extremely thin, "and  allows the structure.and any disease  of the, wood to' he ��������� distinctly recognised.   " It yenables  the  tree  to  be  "marked witli chalk, and at the same  time serves to "preserve any trunks  that may be left temporarily in the  woods. ��������� There are maiv, advantages  In this method, notably in,waste, decreased labor, absence of allappar-  . atus usually required, and themachine  can be used In close quarters not sufficient for men choppers. _.  .if the new German plan should become general and the trees be cut off  close to the ground, it" would mean  the saving of a great amount of lumber that Is now ,', wasted.���������Portland  E*_prets.  , ��������� A mad, dog bit my landlady.  ���������   How do "you ..know he was'mad?  " Didn't I say he bit'my landlady?;-  Satire. .     .  '* ** .   . -  A SLUGGISH  TORPID LIVE  LEAVES BILE AND. OTHER POISON-  ' OUS.IMPURITIES IN THE BLOOD  ���������,  .STARTLING.PREOICTION '-*-���������-  * v*.v*--^*-.to^- *.v^;^..  ���������Sir" William.-. Ramsay   Thlnka^,'Coil  '" * Miners  May: Soon ���������be"'Unne-"'*"..i  .'��������� "... . .. .*   ."'  ������essary -  , '"'_, ' T' '.  :Sir^WHllam Ramsay^ thVVnUnqai'  scientist,,-in. a. -speechvatl4h^"opei_iaf.  ottlio International Smoke Abatement  Exhibition at-'the Agricultural Hall,  ���������njadeVthe startling prediction that'we  might be'able in the futuro "to do  without coal miners. - -~- - - '  v* Explaining how, he pointed out that  salt was mined by introducing water  down'the'shafts of the salt��������� mines,  tho water being pumped back in? the  shape of brine and the salt recovered by evaporation. He had carefully  considered the coaf industry from this  standpoint, and had seriously come  to the conclusion that no coal' need  be burnt for. ordinary purposes., The  ideal state of things would "be to have  the retorts In the bowelB of the earth.'  What was to' hinder the coal being  left where,It was? he asked.  The gas might be obtained by passing down tho boring, the ��������� necessary  air to produce partial combustion- In  this way water-gas, which was a mixture cf carbonic oxide and hydogen,  could be-produced. This would, tIbo  to tho -surface. Of its" own accord and  could then be employed for overy purpose for which coal gas is used. Sir  William Ramsay .added that electricity'might-be distributed where it was  needed at Buch vory small cost "that  it could be usad for heating; At  present it was expensive but there  was no reason why in future it should  not cost one_l.undred)Lh part of a penny per unit'   - ' "        ,  Later, as one of the guests of the  Institute of Printers - "and Kindred  Trades at their "annual dinner, Sir  William made the highly. Interesting  statement that" he had,beer, ^."communication with a, certain,, colliery1  proprietor, who had decided .to give  lilm an opportunity of making-the ex-,  periment he had suggested. The experiment would be,on' a "small scale.;  but, if It proved successful, it would  be" large . enough to ligUt'" a' candle  which, in the words of Bishop Ridley  would not be put out In our time.  The  Whole, System   Is..Cleaned  Invigorated   by .  and  DR. CHASE'S  K1DM-UVER PILLS  'l_ot~the~Iiver-gel Slugolsli-and'tuipid*  and there is trouble with ail the-vital  "organs. *  'The tongue is. coated, tl������e head  aches, digestion fails. .There is fullness, fermentation, flatulency in .the  stomach. ��������� The bowels are constipated  and loose by turns. The kidneys' be-  "como clogged and luoetlve. Even  the Blcin tells of "the poisoned state ol!  the system by pimples, blotches and  liver spots.  .The action ot the liver must be  awakened, aiid nothing' can accomplish this so quickly aud so certainly  as Dr. Chase-Is Kldne}-Liver Pills.  It Is through tho liver and kldnejs  alono that the blood can be freed of  all Us Impurities and the morbid matter which collects thero when tho Uv-  er Is torpid,  Many a suffering man nnd many n  despondent woman hns been cured of  liver compluint and Kidney derangements by Dr. Chase's Kiduey-Llvcr  Pills. Dy tlielr direct and combined  action on both liver and kidneys they  havo often proved successful when  move kidney medicines have failed.  Backache,* Kidney Disease,- Liver  Comiilalnt, Cnronle, Indigestion - anu  Constipation nvo thoroughly cured by  Dr. Chaso's Kldnoy-Llver Pill.. .One  pill a dose, 2_c. a box, at nil dealers;,  or Ednmnson, Dates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  The Young Wife's Complaint  I wiBh to complain, said iho bride  (haughtily, nbout that llour you' sold  jno,    Itwu'a tough.,  Tough, ma'am? naked tho grocer.  , Yoa, touch.    I made a plo with It  and my husband could hardly cut It,  It Has Many Qualltle..���������-The man  who possesses a bottle of Dr., Thomas'  Electric OH" Is armed. against many  ills. It will cure a cough,- break a  cold," prevent sore throat; it will rc-  i educe the swelling from a sprain, cure  the most persistent sores and will  si'i.edUy heal cuts and contusions. . It  is a medicine chest in itself, and can  be got for a quarter of a dollar.   -   .  .. Siamese Elenhants  Siam is-pre-eminently the land o"  animals and hot a few of those which  pass and repass in the course of, the  day's worl: keep the "new arrival' waiting to hear" a steam calliope'inform  the countryside that a circus is ln  ,townrr~There_go6S"th6~sacred" Indian  buffalo! But this time he and his  brother are only. going under the  charge cf two small boys, down into  tho rice paddy behind the temple to  plough. *��������� Stripped of all his gay trappings, the elephant, no longer a mere  show, goes* peacefully, patiently and  Intelligently about his .Herculean  tasks.. Two of these splendid animals' carried or dragged all the heavy  timber for the boy's school which  was recently erected at Nan.  " The whole elephant trlbo is looked  upon with great voneratlon by the  Siamese. The elephant is the symbolic ��������� animal* of tho country, and,  though his pondorous strength is  daily used in,, his master's service,  he is man'*-) co-laborer, not hlB beast  of burden. Lucky is that elephant  which Is born an albino; for ho shall  be all his days n sacred white elephant, scrubbed and fattened and  pamporcd, and he shall do no work at  all. Even the baby that Ib a littlo  lighter grey thau his relatives may  attain to greatness. Only a few  months,, ago one o. thoso baby elephants that was only light grey lu  color, not a truo albino, was shipped  with great ceremony from Laos to  tho King at Bangkok. Animals  largo and r-mall abound in the jungles nnd along tho waterways. No  trip" ncod bo taken without a plentiful supply of game, for "fan" doer,  ���������linitl, quoon pigeons and peafowl may  bo hnd for Iho table nt tho oxponso  of a littlo pntlonco and a good  straight shot,*���������Christian Herald. -  :t;.. FROST & WOOD  Mowers and Rakes1  ' are -6traii_.,aiKl ,U������ve proof.-_  Simple, positive in act*  * ion and strong. -     '  -_H_nsaB������aa--iM-M9*M_MHMHa__H____i_i  MCllUJRAt  IMPLEMENTS i  C,i'  ".Vfl  -TV.!  ^i I  HEALTH   IN   THE   FARM   HOME  . British Import", of hopn, about half  of which come from tho Unltod States  reached $11,835,000 worth la������t year,  against (3,835,000 iu 11U0 and fS,-  820.000 in 1000.  Mormon missionary .work In Japan  wan commenced In WOO* and tlio" see':  now has U������ ehutchoa In-Toklo,'Sapporo. Kofu, and Osnlrn, unyB tho Clou-  X>ol Now?, of ,'i'oltlo. Thpro aro llf-  toon t-tit-plonai'los with a total of fort v-  six, believers, and the. members of th'o  church In Toldo nnnibor' fifteen' 'ro.  crultod from among surveyors', women".  In'tlio''. Government service, 'teachers  ond students of middle sehq'olB, com.  mcrclal clerks, telephone jjtrb, etc.  Why did< you flro that bellboy from  tho National Guard?  Evory tlm.o tha Captain sa'd 'Front'  ho jumped from tho ranks aud held  out, his hand for n key,  Plodder is looking pale.  ' He's Jurat  killing li!'itself with hard worl;,  What's'ho engaged at?   '.".       ,',,;.  Inventing'a labor-saving.machine.**-  ruck.'. .���������,   , .  . , ___. ..  WELL~POSTEO  irOODDV'  PILLS  '.<lON.l..y  HtW.v.1  -S.iti.-\,i''Jj'ii.,"'*H������#i  >_   :*?i * ^_*V...'.L'  W. N. U. 902  A California Doctor With 40 Years  :;.,.";. ',<>.Bxperlenee' ","    ,"',:"  "In my <!0 yeara' oxporlonce as a  teacher and praclloncr nlo'wt hygienic  lines," Bayfl.iv lob Angolcs physician,  'l havo novor found a food,, to com*  pare, with Crapri-Nutn for ilu* bonellt  of the,"general;health qt all Classen of  people.'   ',-,.-'     ,    ;,''.>���������"������������������ V*. ���������".���������'���������'  v'l I'nve rocorivinenflcd Grape-Nuts for  a huVnber of year, to pi.tlonts with tlio  efreatest buccpbb and every ycar'a ox*  po.lcn<.o mako.i mo mov'6 onlbUBlautlo  regard lng it������ uro. .   .  "I ui'itke It a rule to nlwny������ rccont-  mpitd'Grupti-NutB, a'ntl Postuifi In plart  or coffee, whou-givlng my patients In*  BlructloilH us to. diet for- Iknow both  Clrui'o-Nutft.iiml PoBtum can bo digest-  cdly anyone.  ,"Ab .for. ti'yBolf, when engaged In  -uiivu ,<itt*ait������i(>u*i������. 4*i^ ui<-*. i������i_i) a  i\;\y'-r'rm?\'?H of' Ovnpr.V.ni?; nntV rich  crenm. Illnd It JiiRt, the thing to  liuild up gray matter and,lcoop tho  brain u\ guuil. v.ojlJng orjer.  "In addition tabu, wonderful eff.ictfl  as a hriiln and nerVo food Grape-Nuts  .........    1        i 1. ���������*   li,;.    .:,..'.,"... r  perfect, healthy tone. I cany It with  mo whon I travel, otherwise11 am 'almost certain to havo troubio with my  Btomnch." Name given by mull by  Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Ont.  Strong endorsements like tho abov-*  from physicians all over the countrr  have stamped Urope Nuts as iho most  scientific food In the world. "There's  u itu-on,"  Look in pligp. for tbe famous little  book. "Tho Road to Wellvllle."  Ever read the above letterr A new  crie appears from tlm; to time. They  are genuine, true, and full of human  Interest.  Written* Expressly for Drly-Farmlnc  . by Miss Sarah P. Detweiler, O.O.',  '  Lethbfldae, Alberta. ;' .  The old adage "an ounce of prevention Is worth a pound of cure" is  verified on the subject of health. Two  of the most inexpensive means to be  used toward this end are fresh air  and proper digestion. . ������  Residents qf tho country sometimes  get the idea "that because their work  frequently takes t*iem out doors for  a few moments at a time, they do  not require to attend to tho ventilation of the house, but this is not the  case. Never neglect to get a-good  circulation of fresh air through the  rooms you live in three or ,four times  a day, and by all ' means ' have the  sleeping robins well ventilated���������windows "wide *open in tho summer and  always part way open in cold weather. '. Those individuals' who are  afraid of-fresh air in "their sleeping  rooms deprive themselves of the very  first prlnclpio of health. Have fresh  air, but avoid draughts. - If you have  two windows, havo both open; if but  ono window, open it and leave the  door ajar, Doing cr.reful to place "the  bed where thero will he no. draught.  But should you be so situated,that you  cannot-leavo tho door open, then"  open tho window from both top and  bottom, as this will assure a better  circulation of air. A-'hundred times  rather, spend a little' more on fuel, if  ���������necessary' than have * doctor bills to  pay. You should consider It a misdemeanor for any of your family to  sleep In a-tightly closed room. -  . .If your house has a verandah, make  a living room out,or. it for'the'summer; if no" verandah, put down a  wooden floor or a few old rugs on the  ground at a convenient and shady  place outside the house and. practically liyo there. . You .can-do your  sewing, mending, washing,. preparing  of vesjetahles, and even' washing of  dishes there. It may require.a few  moro steps to "carry ��������� things- out,' hut  it will also save much _of clearing up  in'the houso.'and the improvement in,  health will repay you 20-fold.,  ." vBut in this out-door living room you  mu3t have a screen fitted over a  frame which will rest oii.a table or  other-flat surface under which ybu  can placo any-vegetables, fruits, etc.  that you may wish to leavo set for a  time, to prevent flies from - lighting  on the same. Shun the- fly as you  would your worst enemy, as.it is a  cli _ea_e"Tca"ri*i"ei\ rwisir to'nhention-  hero that it is the strictest economy  to get screens for your, doors . aud  windows, so you will be able to keep  your house free from flies.  Never allow water to be poured  near this out-door living room, or any  refuse to be thrown around, as these  things may become productive of a  gormbreedlng media.',  What is even much better than open  windows for the sleeping room Is to  oncloso the verandah with a canvas  and move your bed out there; or put  a floor oil a dry part of your lawn  and pitch a tent bo It can-be opened  for ventilation. You will have people say that they know of those who  who tleep in closed rooms and ore  perfectly woll. This may posBlbly  hi truo of individuals with strong  constitutions, but for one of these  we could point to scores who are ailing nnd who could recover their  health by tho fresh ajr treatment,  Another factor In tho causo of disease ln no small number of cases is  rapid eating, Digestive troubio of various kinds are very provalont ln this  ago. Rush is ono of tho Bins against  naturo on this American continent,  It is not alone found in business, but  75 per cent.of tho people carry It to  tho table. Thoy do not tako tlmo to  properly maatlcato the food they cat.  They como to tho tablo tired, oat  their food hurriedly without "masticating It ac they aliould, and tho result  Is uooner or lator Isdigestlon, followed by various other maladies. Tho  food taken is often blamed whon U  Ib duo to tho way it Is eaten an J  not to tho food itself.  It I? infinitely, moro difficult to ro-  gain "health after it. has become undor-  mlned than It would bo to maintain  a state of health by obeying tho laws  of health.  Your ntomach will take considerable  abuse without protest; In fact It Ib'  often in a very unhealthy.condition  before It rebels and Its ownorbecomos  aware of tho troubio ho or sho has  brought-, upon himself or ���������herself. ;  In dating too hurriedly ypu ,aro aj.t  to ovoreat, inasmuch as tho; hunger  )s not appeased aa It In when the  food'eaten Is propdrly masticated, In  which case" It is moro easily and moro  perfectly'"digested, thus ' furnishing  more nourishment.for,tho body.    ,  COMES FROM NOVA  ��������� SCOTJA-THIS TIME  ANOTHER    SPLENDID    CURE    BY  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS *  R. Moulalson, whom two Doctors  treated, finds relief and permanent  cure In Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Burette" Island, Yarmouth Co.. N.S.  (Special).���������Mr.' Renle "Moulalson, a  well known resident here, is telling  hi. neighbors of hts cure from a severe attack of Kidney Disease which  kept-him In a-state of pain and suspense for two months and defied the  efforts of two doctors who'were treating him.  "My trouble started with a cold,"  Mr. Moulaisdn says. , "My inuscl*.  would cramp arid I bad backache and  dizzy spells.*. .My, head ached, and J  had' a tired,, nervous feeliug while  specks of'light flashed in front of my  eyes!  ."I suffered In this way for over two  months and.was treated by two doctors, hut they didn't seem to be able  to do much for me. Then I Btarted  lo take Dodd's Kidney Pills and thoy  helped me almost at once. ,.Six boxs.  cured me."  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure the  Kidneys." Cured Kidneys 'strain .all  tiro impurities out of the blood. That  makes pure blood and good health.'  Mrs. A.���������Are you troubled much .'������  your.neighborhood with* borrowing.  ,*Mrs. B.   (innocently)���������Yes, a "good  deal.      My neighbors  don't seem-to  have' anything I want.  Dearest, it I were far, far away,  could you love rhe still? ***. :  ���������' Why,' Reggie, what-a question!   I'm  sure the farther you were away the  Detter I" should love you.  Th> new .cook camo out and, did  very'well'her'first morning at Lonely*  "ville. Afler .dinner, sho approached  the head of the house."  ,. How early must I "get up in the  mnrniitg? she Inquired.  Well, said Mr. Subbubs, the first  train for the city leaves here at G.H5.  You'll have to get up about G if-you  want lo make that.���������Washington Herald." . .   .   *  Post���������Do you think the day will  come 'when there will b<- no coal loft  on earth'?  Parker���������Well, It won't be our cook's  fault if It doesn't.���������Life.  An'Always.Ready Pill.���������To those o.  regular habit.medicine- is.of-llttle-con-  cern, but the great majority of men  aro not of regular' habit. The worry  and cares of business prevent it, and  out of the Irregularity of life comes  dyspepsia, indigestion, liver and kid-  ripy. troubles as a protest. Tbo rundown'system demands a corrective  and there is none" better than Parme-  lee's Vegetable Pills. They are simple in their composition and can- ha  taken by the most delicately constituted."  . The Sultan's Palace  The-Moorish'palace of Sultan Abu  Yakub.Yiissuf at .Seville���������known today "as* the";"Alcazar"���������contains one  of the most elaborate practical jol.es  extant. When l*i a gay mood some  important, merchant or notable of Seville would, receive a pressing Invitation summoning him to the presence.  Ia a fever of delighted expectancy  the flattered guest would don his  whitest raiment and hie him to the  palace. There he would' be ceremoniously" conducted to the gardens  and directed up the long avenue.  Half way up It he would inevitably  tread upon a moving flagstone' resting upon a spring, and immediately  fine jets of water would gush out of  the ground and from the surrounding  shrubbery and drench" him. Amid  the Jeers of the courtiers" the luckless and * bedraggled ' wight would  beat an undignified retreat. Before  he was allowed to leave ^the. palace,  however, he was sworn to' secrecy cn-  palnof death. At all costs nothing  must make the Joke fall flat when repeated. The treacherous flagstone  has been removed and to-day the visitor, may pass with Impunity, but a  peseta to the head gardener will usually' causo the fountains to play.���������  The Argonaut.  Force of Habit *  ;,He had a motor-car, but he also  wanted a motor-boat, and so he bought  one. .He had a,day's tuition.at one"  of those places where they guarant .e  to teach you anything in, twenty-four  hours, ai\d then went on a trial trip'  alone. ��������� - "  It was late when he returned hom<\  He came in by the .back way. His  clothes were wet and his hair hanging oyer his ears In strings. --  . John! exclaimed his wife. ' What on  earth���������"    \  It's ail right, Mary, he assured her.  No, I didn't upset. * Everything's all  right. But when I had been out on  the water a" couple "of hours the motor, went wrong and���������"  Yes���������"      "' -      ".  Well, "before 1���������er���������realized it I w.s  over the side and trying to get under  tho "confounded thing to fix it, ���������  KENDilCS;  *        ** * 1  *. .1  r  "ALWAYS SAFE AND SIRE''  Icelandic River, Maa,, Sept. jSlh 1910  Dr. B. J. Kbnda.-.!. Co. i  Dear Slr���������������Will you please mall to  rojr address a copy of your "Tieall������  on the Horte"' I have bee������ ..In*  Kendall'* Spavin Cure and always fouu_  it safe and (tire.. Marluo Urlem.  That tells the Whole (lory, and It is  the experience that hundreds of ibou-  etand* have had In the past40 years, anil  It's the experience you will have���������"It Is  the only tmre remedy"��������� -  For Spavin, Ringbone, Curb, Splint,  Swelling end All Lameness  Soli by Drui_i������t_ - $1.00 a BotlU, *  bottle* for $5.00. Keep it 011 hand  always. Be ready for the emergency.  Kendall'* stops the pain, starts the  circulation, penetratesatid remoret(lis  cause of the disorders. A������_ for a free  copy of "A Treatise on the Horse." If  not atdealert, write to��������� 62   *  CATS PAW  rub bcr:  HEELS  Tread softly -   Step safely. !������_=_.  CATS PAW RUBBER SOLES  Embody the patented features  of Cats Paw Heels.  ISO  Mlnard'8 Liniment used by Physician";  You mean to s&y a hi-vulaf stole tin:  marble clock from the mantel with the  t-og In the room? Yes, but you see  Pldo is only a watchdog the little  dear.*���������Llfo.  London reports that tho fashion of  This extraordinary variety of head  covering was known ln Florence toward the end of the eighteenth cen-  tiny, but its growth in popularity did  not begin until 1825, when Us nrnuu-  faeture wa. begun in Franco,  Tho Chinese bollovo that evil spirits nro able to move only ln straight  linos, and that thoy cannot pone-  tralo through solid matlrr; therefore  tha probloni of keeping them out of u  dwelling or a garden seems U them  a iilmplo ma tier.-���������Chicago Nows.  He Knew  It isn't the size of the gift but tho  spirit that goes with it that counts,  she said softly,  Who is going to get a twenty-flve  C-__ _ _���������_ *\������tjkf am _. I",!,������*v������ -���������**��������� n A-fir 0_ _r_ __1*_- .1 I _ __ _\_  C������L���������1������ "CBtill-  Il0m-UB~IJQVV"-     ai3JV*CU~l*.UI"  husband promptly.  DR.   ELLIOTT,   SPECIALIST.    PRI-   ���������_���������������_ 4-r\! A ___s_n _______   __ ���������a\i\ ,  r\ _���������>_ T_lf* lift It. 1 _>_  T���������   ���������i-o.-.iJ-- VAia-coov-cj ���������-nnil��������� uiaiaiv Jiai/ii������_  Mothers can easily know when their  children aro troubled with worms, and  they lose no time in applying the best  ot reinodles���������Mother Graves' ���������. Worm  Exterminator. .  Dick���������What part of the family tree  am I,, muz?  . Mother-���������I B'i63S you are one of the  limbs, Dick.  Dick���������Do you suppose that's what  dad meant this morning when he said  I hat I ought to bo trimmed about every  so often?���������Judgo.  ARLINGTON CHALLENGE  WATERPitOOF COLLARS  '.   ''afc.;ii-f n..;; p'vfi-.Tidjlii a*-_ a-t*'  ;gi. Va/i-*--\!i to'ii-o y^'i - %'dl. v,f.-. .  "',." ;ti_r "A; j-;i.d_^-i.er_.ar'"''f''������'o.U_ , .:....  . -slat in _' siyfe. ���������*ncf,$wz. ijetiy'-rni  The Arlington Co.,ol Canada, Ltd.  *v8 1 *_st-f Avt*:,To-onto, Ont-iki*;  '���������*'.-._ I  Write 81 Queen East, Toronto.  ' Hard on the Train  ,Mr.   A.���������Then .you   haven't   much  faith in the skill of Dr. Cuttem?  Mr. B.���������Faith! I wouldn'.t trust tha  man to remove the appeudix from my  dictionary.  The Fan's Mistake  Alazle���������Did she sue lilm for breach  of promise?  "Marie*���������Yes, tho poor' fan spoke ol  a diamond and slit, said it was so aud-  do*n.  r  feeding  cureil  International Poultry Food  Prevents Cholera and Ssivee the .Little Ohlcke  A little chick li Juit lilct a tittle baby���������it* health Jooeudi on it* fond. Improper fi  ���������peril ths way for iti������*a������.. Chicken Uiotera. Roup, Apoplexy, can be prmnted and  ������yfM_in* INTERNATIONAL POULTRY I'OOD.  My chicken* had Cbolora until lorne of their eombi were turnW black.  After whiff ft few facile of "International Poultry Food," I never loit  another fowl, and Cholera hai left my preimie*.���������J. I**, Uaknktt.  GIt* all yourcWck'tit a daily feed of "International."   It krepi them welt���������fatten* up the  broiler*���������makea hem lay all tho year round���������keep* Ihe cocki vigoroui���������anil  loiurea raiting the lilt!* chick*.   If you want to mak* money out of your  fowl*, feed " International Poultry Pood."  25c, 60c. and $1.00 a box.   At dealer* ev.rywhera,  "Writ* for fr.-o copy of our $3,000,00 Stock Hook, th*  *.. grcateat book ever written lor farmer*.  "'4, A     INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD  COMPANY  Limited  TORONTO  TO  The Old ClocK of St. Giles '.., .  All loynt Scotsmen will learn with  regret that th'o well known clock on  St. (.lies' Tower In Edinburgh, which  miiBt hnve told tho tlmo to Scott and  Burns, Is doomed to disappear. Apparently a workman fell through tho  caso and damafted tho mechanism so  uadly thai me ^ivic auuionne. uu  Ml wiiitldvx l'if u'tT". out v.'or'-". worth  repair. Bo the old clocH will hn tmn-  ished to tho City Museum and replaced hy an Invisible tltnepioce, without ho.vds or face, which will merely  .trlko the hours, aud leavo the aoHth-  (-nt* niu-fci. oi iiiw lontr *tm������.]*U'������.u.  The ancient clock of St, Giles has soon  two centuries of servjeo, but Is a  mero giddy youth compared with  some of tho tnadluoval horologes on  Kn/jtlsh cathedrals. Thero are  clocks that date from tho fourteenth  century at K*.������t*"r, 1V>H<i and T"***"<**r-  boro.'���������Westminster flasette.  i-ii ii ��������������������������� a' ������������������ i"  -��������� " i  Stubborn  Wife���������My husband Is not welt! I'm  afraid holl Kire oil.   ������  Wife's Mother���������W ell, he may rI.vo  out. 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,_o-_l and "patrolemn. "fmder |_h.�� fore ���*
sho:*'.* iitid dodgy the water on tbo
lav.,d? in ftiui opposite thp iollosy-
jii,1 (Isijcrvb^l land's situate- in J&u-
pert pit-trie* ���--Commencing at  a
;msi   pl-intod on tbe sea beach   at
_.ii;_;h wuhH' jifark at tbe  interscs-
tiun el' Soj-rfons 14 and 15-, Town
*.>ijip )it Port-MoNeil, Rupert pis-
tnci*.  ihui'^w north   fifty-five, 35
plaint* iiwe or less to high water
mark Q-,i iho  north side of   Fort
flcNi-j.1   Ujtrbor; thenc**.   tJftsterlv
ftlong t)f-c shore  line lo   in'ersec-
\\on ���>>' Sections 23- and 24, Ti��wnr?|
p.liip2|. (lie-ne'e southerly 6g o-b*>ine
���liure or U'ss to Mgh water   )��jH-k - morw. cr )e,s
.in 5:i]jth gait* of said Port McNeil |     , fs.tbei HeKennj,
Robert Henry Chest nut. Ap*en   ;
Sin/ward Land District
" District of Cost
Take nolige fcbaj: I-vsM MtKei
'try.' of Vancouver, 1>  C-   oecupa
tion spiiistor, intends tu apply fo
permission to purchase the follov
[ingdes-eriWd fanjjFf-r-^-^--
Con*.n>em.'.ii>g i*it it peat pl-intet1
,one ��iife east, of the south-weft
[corner of ?ot 550,, then?e -avw. 8(
chains, ihouee south 4.0 ehnii^.
,,thenco en&t 5.0 '.bain,-*., tlienet
|noiflh 4-0 chains to point of com
ineiic^-iiient^ contn_nij>(��"��2-0 acres.
liai-hfii*-. ib��nce vres'g-fly jtlong
phoii* line to pi ape of co-niine-acer
nietit. Rqi,aki>A. Lajrd
Pranci". T. Tojrdiffe, Age51lt
Pato-1 this 3th d-ty of April J912.
<> ...^tJtot^^-wgfT-tfHn-J'M aji aumm ���*r^Mis^sM-_s*_c*s___s
Fonn Of Notice.
Notico-ia hereby gtven tb^t BO
4-n'f. 'if'cr date I intend to npply
to   the IlonoimtWe "-MinU-'er "of
JD*ite March ISih, 1912.
Sayward Land Dbtritt
Distriet of CopTst
Take notice thj?t l.t-<_;.iial<-5 Wn
tei's, of Vawconves*-- f>.C\.occypn-
tion, engineer, intends ti> apply 1
for permission to ptirehfts-e thn .ol l
lowiiig des-eijbt'd lands:���
Commencing ivt a post plantet"
1 milee?,st of the south west coi
] r*iU for a licenso to prospect for 1 mile east of the south west cor
i-o-i. und lyetroiemn under the-fore ner of  lot 550,   thenoe oa st   8i
hoi-o and under the water op the chain*?, sontli 40 chains,  -'"est  bl
.U.,!..n      nnr^li       ,1A   f.li_in_     11 I       T.f>lll
l.tnds in   ��nd opposite the lollow
-j--iir-de3oqlipdJatid_-'__8itni��te in ^.n
p.-rt District;���- Comnienoiug  at  ji
post   planted  on the soft* beaoh, at J
hioli water mark at-  thj_  intetrspc-*
tion ofSecMons 12 and 18, Town-
j-hip 2, Port McNeill, Rupert J)\s
��� iViftt. tlioiice  north 80 chains, B0,
{Ui"ii��i3 west ton chains,  10,  move
/ji" h'SB to high   ivft^er   mark   on
Ledge   Point;     tUencp   vvestprly
jitong shore line to interaectioHS of
Hfetiong 23 and 24, Tovyn.bip   2;
ib.eiu'e .oiitberlv sixty.eightchiiiins
rOS, more or less  to   high   water
nnurk on f'outli Biije of   Port Nvill
Jliirbor;   thence    easterly   nlong
���shoreline to place of coinniencer
iiient,      John ii Kknnrdv.
Krane-is M. Tordiffw,Agent
I luted tliU8th day of April 11)12
cbiiin"*, nprth 40 chains to poiti'
of commencement containing 82(
"Bcres-more orless
PORT MANN, mainland termin-
us of,the Cnnadiati-Northern Railway, is
regarded by those who know, as the
greatest city of opportunity in north .America to-day. It cannot help becoming
one of the very biggest cities in the west
Property values cannot-help going   away
Buy lots there now' and you arc in
on the ground floor. Every lot will make
you a small fortune.
Until prices  are raised We can-offer
you close  in lots 33x1.22 ft. (guaranteed
.high, dry and level, cr your money back)
fer $275.    Terms $15 down, $10 a month
no interest,  no taxes till 1914.
Other guaranteed, lots for $1.20;. $5
a month, Booklet and full particulars at
this office, from
-or  froi.)-
LAISl) NC)T|Ci��
S.iyw:ird I.und District <
TAKF. NOTJCIC ������'���that Charles 1/
riynn, of New Yoik, N.Y, oci'iij-Mtion
<:lci'k, intends to npply for pormission
to 'Hirch.isc,.. the followinjjf described
| (odsi-Coirunencin. at n port plained
���7.24 chains east 0/ the S. W, corner of
lot f5">, thiMic-fi .out)) 66.84, chains,
ihence west 30 chains, tlicncc north 66.
p.i ohnins, thence cn<*t y.\ chains to paint
.iifconiii'ieiKflipent enntainin)* aot) Acres
I i)ore or less.
CiiAUi.i;s O'Fi.ynn.
Robeii Henry Cluisirnii, A_.ent
Date May loth, 1913.
ju I'J nii((l4
.Sayward Land District,
TAKK NOTICI. that Join, fitnnis*
lun-i Cnrroll, o( New YnrU, N, Y��� orcti
pation, friKinucr, intends to npply for
|"ci'iiiis*>ioii to purclnisc lhe ftillowin'; rlct
qenhed landHi-ComnienciDj. nt a post
planted at the S. \V. corner of J.ot 550
thence nouh 40 chains, thence west
21.76 cli.iini to the cast boundary of Lot
54K, ihcnce smith alnnj* iiaid hn,indnry
4<�� di.iinA, ihcni.c Mil 22.76, chains to
**> lint of ctiininciitc.ineiit con|fiinin'{ 91
acres mure or less,
John Sunihi-auk C^i-pqu,
���Ki*hr��i't Henry Chestiaii, Ayeili.
Date May loth, IQI2.
i,tV2 1.11KM
.����.*    wMtw**'***,*<***m\"rtm**����hamr********-a*aa*-** WHMW*****���*..
TOUSAIX  A l��oo!t tt|lyotM.g
HportK filionl'l I'oiiil.     prifo  $1.00
��� <       v...,
Jloginakl "Waters,
Isauie of Applicant in fnl,
Robert llonry Cliestuitt, Arreni
Date March 12th, \\>VZ.
Sayward J^nd District
Pistpict of Const
Tulte uotjco tlmt FrancBS Gerald Hiidequ, of Vancouver, H. 0.
opcupation gentleman, .intomli. ti
apply  for permission to pn rebus e
tho following described luiul'-:���
Oonimencin^ at a post, planted
at the south east come*' of lot 547
thonco east 80 chains, thence
..path <15 cliaina to north bound*
���iry ot Jot 550, thenco west alonji
snid boundary, 80  chaina.  thence
north -|;5 chaiiiH to tliis poet	
tranees Gerald .Hudson,
Name of. Applicant in full
Kobort Henry CheHnut. Agent
Date March l2Ui, U)13.
The Port OQann People/'
837 Hastings Street, West
Vancouver, B. C.
ijji i]jv��M*m wnnniririi
Sayward Land District
District of Coast
Take notice that Minuia Kerr,
of  Yaneouvor, Ii. O.. ueeiipiitidn
spinstei', intend* to.apply for permission to ptircliin-c the following
described hinds'���
*   Gouiiiieii^in^ at a post pin 11 lent 1.I10 south-east   ctirner   of   lot
0'17, the nee west '10 ehiuiis,ih<mee
foiiili 45 uhuilis, thenco euct '10
eiinins along the north boundary
of lot 550. thence nortli -15 cluiiiis
lo point of coinineneeiiieiit,   containing 180 acres,
Mini.io Ken*
Name of Applicant in full
Uoliert Jlenry (Jhertniit, Agenl
Dale March L2lh, 10.12.
.maw**a*am*mmm*-# '��� ��� f- -
Form Of 'Notice.
Notiee is hereby giveir-lhat BO
days after date I intend to   apply
to the   llonoiiniblo   Minister   uf
Lands for a lieenn'e to prospect for
coal   aii'l   jietroleum   under   the
foreshore aud under the water   on
thu lauds in and opposite the fol-
lowinu deHci'ibed land*** situated iu
Itupert District{-.(Joiiinu'ut'ing at
at a post planted on the sen beach
at high water murk at the   inter j
suction   of  Sections   14  and 15,
Township %   I'ui't  McNuil,   Rupert District; thenco  north  lifty-
five,    55   eliniiiH   more m less to
high wuler   mark   <*n, lhe   north
side   of   Port    McNeil   Harbor;
thence  following the sea bench at
high water nun 1;. around the head
nf harbor to place of  cmuuiouco
iiieui.       Y��:.:^::) II ^cwfv.nn*.
DnUul ihi�� ii'ih day u" April }fl!l2
awam**utWm��*famrmm anwammvvnrmi
PUBLIC NOTICE is licreby
Riven that the l.��qnimalt. and
Nanaimo Unci way O.'ivi.muy 1. Ul
en tlia.niueupn'h day i'f January,
1912, deposit/in 'he Liuul Itocivtry
Olllco in tlie Oily ..��f Viotorin, in
the Province ef liritii-b CoLin,bia
jiliiii, proli'e iind book of reioruneo
showimr the locaiion of  its   p-o
poi-ed line of rnilwnv from   Ulacl;
���       ,"11 * 1 _ ���_....     _'_.,
poi-eii unc 01 inuwny Mum   w.,.wi, uiulli ,��,/..wi,������>��������   .������. ������-.--
Creek b�� Oanipbell    lliv��r,   Van  | thenco (olhiwiiijj phnro lino oahic
c.iiivor Ishind,   1 iii)R    M-lo -^ '0 .   |)ll(l oomi,orly to p/mt of cot
Milo 7'2 S.  as   npi.rove.l    by   'be   *  ,.���ttuit.ini.   00 aoi
Hoiird of Railway   Comniis.-iniiors
for On nnd a.
DATKI)    lliiii   tweiUysicond
dny of J'umury, 11)12.
W.'h1. S?Ai>m'itY,
Secret 11 ry.
Soyward Land DUtricl,
District olSuywnttl.    '
TAKK ' NOTICK tlial  Murray
Gorlay, of  'Viotorin,   occupation,
liinlior,' intends lo apply  for- pur
mission to purehnio the .followin*j
dei-cribid huiils:���   .    "
Coinmoneing at a post plitntoil
nl, 1 be K.- K. corner of Lot. 117(5,
ther.eu won 20 ehuin*-. tbuiicc
nor 1 l,i  20..obiuns' to slioro    lino.
nnjurt-iiic-'fi',   contuiiiiii^   00 acics
hnore or.less,
Nume of applicant in full,
Da to March 27th, 1912.
Mrs. Simins'wlll give lessons
011 tho pmio nt ber lionsn in .lor-
UEiilem, fiirmei'ly  owned  by Mi'
Sayward 'Land District
District of .Sayiiard
"TAK15 NOTICE tlun k'.yrle 0.
Symotia of Victoria, occupation
{".enthman, intends Ho apply for
porinisi-ioii to ptuchti.o tlio follow-
iimdescrilind lands,:���
Co uin-'.nouiu at ti poBt planted at
tho N. W coiner of lot 1,110, thence
south 20 chains,   thii'ci)  west   80,
cb'tina, tbimi.e north u() icIiidiiH   to ,
shore   lino, thenco edit following
si",ire line  80 cluiins lo point of,
ooiiirueiicciiH'nt, I'onliiiui'njj 280 aa��
res more or b'ss.
Niuiie of Applicant in full,,.
J)uto .Miucb2l!ib, ]',)I2,    ,   '
��� Huywurd Land Disiiict
District of Soyw 11 rd
���if.iif!    :
..  1
1,* *
. I,    *        I->|%>
;..viro I
���(,   f 1   ! boi'o' :!',
J'Olf- *>AI.K-A>I'
���Janes, SnwUviVk, 11, C,
I'Ott 8AI,W���Gasoline lTumch
|0*fcet in knj;Mi, 7 U btaiu, H'J\,
\, . engine, will carry to pa went
poll SAL-*: The South Kant
1'iM-niM* of   Mnrvt'orl   Avenue   and
Second St.,'wild biiildin<.;i..    .-rice
., SJISS.OO,    Apply at this 0IHe.11 or
p"iiii 0!' ���'��� ^' '^ox -**'1''- Vancouver.
lidi-.v:;; :,  ��oo'l   /;;'!.-!���'!   p.u*] ,-.��� ������ |    - ������-���
v,���,i*. smitii i-ii-o*.  S'ti.d i _��_^__Pj "v/o&il'fl TlicapWiM,
lean.,    Apply aim Mi Hio-,.,, 0,11m | M$*M#i n* ureal I'M ibm.fy,.
wi.-k.    Will M'.ll cheap
ii'Jl   'tl '''���""^ "'""'l -liVi/r.ir.'in-Hi im v. Mini
i**' ��***IIL nl in . d Vulii'i. c.f .���. ,\ ��-���
'    -'  ���     �������� 1:    II.'.,        |,    ;|
If V-4   <v    m~-    lllv HI III Ull�� _;-������-���,,,....     I
 ,-, ~-r~ ] J|(��� ,kM,i,,K MmM nml Jlraln.111'<����'��'.   '
tmti.ifiirti, iii-.rimt U'.-ttktititi'.J- in.-!'-.<��-,. -.
Mif.   Hi,��i��..S will Rive \vw[}h��^
i6,ffilr9ilwtir.*Aih.rVZ *.fo��ill|��l'-��;-��'.��jt    C,
t) . CUKIJ"', v in vin,v  1 n  j...^n-... 1 . u*ii_7iiiM_   fiulil by all uiuiwnt-i ��r inmlii In    _}
L��� "Wo cabin, Apply wj'p'��-,d,,o ��,y nine at *��'>* :��$fcS^^
l,cu'��""  ��� v'*.i             'V 1 l������..       ���
Jnmes   Sti-wnrt,     ou   and   al'ter| Wood, of; Victoria,mcupalion bio
Match -Ith���uniil then in Camp as 1 i{,,r> jnteds to api ly for pernussion
usual, 1 to ptirciiiiBO lhe ioiUov'to'. lit.-*-''<��*!
"ir-T-ii_ii-_iT|-iiiril irirTTiniiii    inn  "I  ..-��� .���-.. 4 j|i||i(p J......
^HfV**l,*V^**^^"^J^^^ Omnmenoinji.al a  poat planted
J! I*n the S.   W. Ooner of Lot Hio,
il'ducc north HO i-lv-int*, tbt'iicf* wirst
'<.'). lilt ill," lO   PIliM'l',   Ull'lll'l.'   m O'liil-f
ly folloiviiij.; siiiiro !i io tn a pcint
ninkimr KO chain" smuhoily, llu'iife
t'lis'.erly following '-l.oio line to
point (*(��� coinnienctnioiit, contaii -
in^ 100 (icrcs, more or less,
I'K'IOY A.K WOf-l)
Name- of Appiieanl in full
Dfik March Mul, 1912,
j ���   ��� - ���-',�����
dt*H(*i*, i��"*,";ej��t 'Vt.^d;vV,
VtmW fir*-*t    ��� ana* aw
| ism ^na*:'*��tfi*mta��t**t <***->**#*. *���"* *���#-* *-,��*.- ���   - *-.   -.      ���
Aiul ��<)l XITCHHN-'.UT&HHJLS"*-
Sportsmens (iocds
General Hardware
^At0r*mW*ty*lmm^t^\*1*^ -S
New Wes tin ins ter Land District*
District ef New We.sliniiisler HC
TAKK NOTICHthut I, Henry
Pictcy, offSuiulvvicU, IL 0. occii'-..
pntio.. K��*rii-ir-iy i-itpwl-* tn  nn'>1v
i'ui: j;civni.*i,sii'j*i Jo piiixhai-c, the-
lollowiug described 'lauds;���Com
uuneiug at a pest planted at Iho
South-East   corhei', about   one
aud a   half  miles   from   Lloyd
Point,    iu    Horn fray   channel.
thence ao chaius north, thence
20 chaius west, thence 20 chains"..
jiionih, thence aoeliaiiis east, tu
point of eouiuteiu'enieiit, ronlniii-
ittj.', 40 acres, more ov Ich.h.
H1.NI''V. ril'KOV
Date July lytli, upz.       tepu .'���������4i*  '^VSV-:  i-* .r������_ 'V.  :  .   V .-!_ J*"*1-*-.  >. '     "LAND ^ACT  Sayward Laud District.  District of Co.ist,.  I-'AKB NOTICE that William Hairy  ley of Vancouver, li. C, occupation  |,iker, intends   to apply for permission  .���������ease the follow "nyf described lands:���������  |*iimencing ut *i po������t plained  at  high  ���������er mark about 40 chains east of May-  [. Point, Head  island, thence east 20  ns. thence south 40   chains,   thence  ���������,ji 20 chains, thence north   40   chiins  .joint <.tf coiumeuociueiu containing So  .es more nr lens. * . ���������     ���������  \Yjj_u .���������*"���������' Harry IJ-ju'tKV,  Niime uf Applicant ''  Jer.y Gcnazzic, Agent.  Ite May-38.il- 1912. .  ������;T^;i|rilj^  ...    (Ml......  ^unberland  NOTICE i.' her "by given, that a";. the  aextrnfeetiugof tho-- Board <f LiccusoCon.  tniesioncra of tlio City of Cuinbei-luf-d, we  intond to "apply ������ r a ionewal _f tho hotel lie nse held by i*_ fur 1 h i V .'.dome  Hotel, situated oa lot fi I If-ole 3. ("iuj.be.-  land To-.vi sire. . "   *   ��������� ,  WILSON & BRA\_BE1U_.  DfAt-d thi_-7th diy'i f N_v��������� 1911,  NOTICE ii liorcb/Rivea that at th-  uext. u.tctiig uf tho Hoaul <-f License Commit), iouers'of the City "of Cuniberlard, I  ntehd"*o.app.y fiT a renewal "��������� t th-. hU-  el "'.euGO held by me JJor -he Cnmborland  Hottl, -.-.tunfcfL oulot!,' block i������, Gum' er-  laud Tovnsi'e.   -  "   "    WILLIAM MSRR1FIELIX  Dnted tl.is 7th"di.y ot Nov., iOli.  .NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  tfter date applicauoti wul be made to  ihe Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, 1*5. C, for a'tiansler of the hotel license to sell liquors by reiail in the  NOTIH. *  &   Union   Water  works Co-,  Ltd.  '.Sprinkling    will   be     allowed ( hotel known is the Port AtiguVta Hotel,  Mtuaied   at   Comox,   ll.C   from John  Ch-u'los Clarence to Amos Cottington.  John Charlks Clakknck,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottincjton,   .   .  ' : .-Applicant.  Dated ijiwis.b,..1913.';*,  .-���������*���������' *������i  lily two nights   a   week,   viz.,  (UESDA.Y and FRIDAY,, from  to 9 o'clock iti tlie evening.  Leaky taps must be attended  at onct*,  I Any clninges or   ad(.ition������?...to���������  I i5iug;piping .must be. sancti-pk  T,-'by"tlie com party.-"' ;. '--  By .Order,-  L. W. Nunks, Secretary,  (linberland, ll.C, Ju ie   29th*  Hie Courtenay Hotel  r Every convenience for guests.  |Ti_������ Cential Hotil for Sportsmon  !me but lhe Best of Wines and Liquor*-  a8Sgaffl^in;-tlie   News  >--..,,,..     .       _,  pays."   Try it.  Jibe liar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  l^a______B______W������-������M-l������-i-WW*������*������*IW*WI-'W-lt-������"-"**-*"  Ir  IV>������i*'S'''"_-*_,*_,'i",''_,,l'^  fa  "c  '0  ;*  (4.  0  [JC  fl)  i  c  fl)  at  6  T3  O  -_o*:  Imm,  CD  c/i  Q  -   C  '���������G  ���������   mm* '  -rm-Vt���������  ���������  in  4>  Q  Jl-  es  t~>  .0  (J  ��������� (n  m->  5  <  09 i>  bti  CO  " j(_l ������ mm  rri on "T3  *-p< -J^ rt  ���������* 1  ������\ *.\j i���������  4-J -U '  O  ������  H  ���������:r-;"-' PUBLIC  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby .given that-,  all property owrfera Jare requested to v cotiuecf" their premises  with the new sewcr... .wherever  same are completed,' on or before  the 15U1 day ot" March, 1912,  and if said ' connections are-, not  made by the above date, the City  Council will proceed to complete  same at the expense of the. property owners.'  . , By order'of'   ,.  The City Council  A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,   "  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  KOOMS for rant at Muriiiulli-t  Rooming [Iouso, Derw*int Avo-  FOR SA_,E���������Three ui i.i k  cows, first class milkers also two  heifers in calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers aiid a  general purpose mare, aye. three  aud. lour years**,. Apply  Rov, Ro\\s Beach.  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.  .THE S. S. COWIGIIAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER      ���������  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thufs. iJ p. tu Arrive Comox Friday 6 a. m.  ��������� ' Depait 7 a. m.  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a in, (For Campbell Ri-  ��������� ver, wa) ports for Vancpuv^r.)  NANAIMO DEN.,I AN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX RO.UTE  Leave Yancouver Saturday 8 p.m. .Arrive  Nanaimo, 12*midnight  Anive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a m. Depart 5 p m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8a 111, Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.  ���������Hi  W*aSM  j__ea  aaas%:  ~~ IM I  ;  I  SALE  OOENER    LOT   AND   AD-  .   JOIHING   LOT  House, Barn, and two' full sized lots, thoroughly  cleared, 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  Ij of the best buys in City. For particulars apply at The  Office of the News, Cumberland B. C.  FOR SALE  '���������  HALF1 LOT size 30 x 120, situated on Dnnsmuir Aven  ue ; in good business location, close, to Ihe Bank of Commerce. Price 3noo: Iernis. ������1000 cash; balance to suit  purchaser. For particulars apply at The- News office,  Cumberland. II. C.  J-U-.wa.rd Land !)i������trict, *: ���������  Diatriot otfiayw������rJ,  TAKE NOTICE that X.hannic������ Sttt&rs'  Duubar, of   New  York,    Kow    Y^rk,.  occupation clerk,-intend io.np'pjy for per--  mia.iou  to puruhas.   the  following c������.  cribedJandj; Commeticing at apo^t planted at north-east oorper of ]o.t 530,  thono������'  nor-b S'* chains, thenee  west 80  cbaiim.  thenee south 80  chaius, ih.-ije  tast 8)  chains to point of eonxcteDeemeut eontwa-  S! , ing 1540 ncreemwe or Jess,  CHANNING STUAH-T OUS^Aft  Fisher M.Qaskiu'J, .Agant.  Dute Juno 23rd, 101*2   -  Sai'wurd i_*and i.i-Jtri'jt.  Distriut of SaywarJ.  TAKE NOTICE that John Aciiur Daly;  of New Yorkj New York, cccui.atiou vlerk  iutei-d1* to apply, for perau.-swn to par  cLas'e the  following  describe! lauds:���������  Commoooiog at   a   pott jihint'-d  at tha  soutli-ea.t   corner of Lease  46,   theace  aouth 80 chuitiB,   thenoe went 80 chnine,  thence north   60 chain.,   th< nco   east  8(J  chiiius to nviut of couuttengeu-tnt eunUii  iug 010 acros moro or lets,    '  JORN ARTHUR DALY,  Fisher H. Gat-kiii!-. Agent.  Djte June 24ih, 1912.  DRINK  ������  COPYRI  tSt>.b.i:.c->  ^anuiraBBiiiBaira-iffliii���������  U  !.iiyward L,mJ District.  District ot -&���������*���������}'ward.  TAKE NOTICE thii Wqlt.r Be������KU  13'..":, of New York. - Ifo'.v Yoik  occupation laborer, i.itend. to .'l.'ply  for penuissioii to purohuie ilu. fol 'J'Ai. \/t  described lauds:���������Coinmc. uii*g at, _ [JV t  planted 120 chain j we������t aud JO cl! \m  north of the aoufch-eafl"- cor������������r ,'f Lease  4(3, thence Boulh 30ch������ins, theuce esst Hi  chains, thence'1101 th SO cluiiiis. theice  west 49 chains to point of comni*'.. ineut  containing S20 acres moro or ley,  1  WALTER ilBDBLL BEST  Fiaher M. G.iskm', Agbu'', -  Date Junj 24th, 1912.  aud b?st BKER, and  iu Cutiiberlaiid.  1*14. IHW-W,-f"-f*-f**J**"l**W"*fl < p  NOTICE.  To whom, it may concern:���������  This is to notify the public  [.hat all freight charges on bond-  id goods cleared at tin ion Bay  (for*the Comox Valley lhust be  [paid before goods can be iorward  led. ������������������'<> By order.  [Canadian Collieries Dnnsmuir]  Co.J  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  accident?  *   Pianos and  Fuunituuk  Freight*. Wood aud Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONIC 5-7  'Windermere Ave.  OUDIvKS TAK.KN   FOR  NUT   COAL  P  liability, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  :...., N0.T.10K.  TRNDEUS for tborrouting,of  (llhi'in.sto'u Farm, Sand wick, will  j 110 received tip to August 31ft,  119IB/ " All pai'liwtlarH toho litnl  [irbm 1. R. OlifiV, Saudiok, IJ. C.  Thu highest or nny Kinder not  iiicv'Dbiiiily aeeoptoil.  Ltioius R. ClilTo,  MMWM������_l-MIIIWI������'m������MW������",*l  \n) 11 SA LE--I*;clison ��������� Home'  PhoiK'graph   and   4   dozen  jtiiuule records; will sell cheap.  Apply Cumburland News Office,  %m  '*"���������;     FOR INFORMATION WHITE Til 10      .  Vancouver Island   insurance Co.;  820Tort Siieet       -      -      "      "      V!3������?,A'B,C-  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiipiiiiiwiwiiniuiiiiiiiniiiiniiii"^  Sujwii'il Laiul UiHtriet.  Dlht: luL of flay w nrtl.  TAKK NOTICK that, Ono rim Hoary  i.d.t,  <f Now York',   N. Y���������  < ccupation  ���������������ft'*S���������*8S*t3.--������G���������������5������������������'S'S������-9  V/e are showing nearly 400 diff  erent lines of Spying; Suitings.  Coin prising all the new color ef-  iects and latest weaves iu medium weight Clo'.hs. Fancy Worsteds and Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds. Scotch Tweeds, I-Uue  aud black Serges and Cheviots.  ������������������������������������������i3r���������������������������-������"9C������������������'SC������  Union   Bay  .Co������operath������e-  Company, Ltd.  _^rma^a*Kmaay*aaMa^ltm^amaazm.m^m^caasm ^m^aaT^Bst^maac^^^wM^mm^^  'Saywmci  Land   iJistrio--  Distiict, nf  .Sayward  TAKI. NOTICK tlmt Willium -loin-  Whituiflr ot No'v York, Ni Y., oscupusion  Knulnecr, intendH to ajt'ily for pormiasio:  to purchase tho /oliomnn described lauds  ��������� Commeucii'g ft** a l'O-t planteil 90 ohiiiu*  .cutli and 30 cln'in tait fio u tlio toill  oast corner of 11579 (on ooi-t <"i("4) tlionei-  uorth 20.oh-Im, th nee west 30 chaiurf,  thence sou ill 'J1) uhuijiB, tlioroJO oi:.t 31  cluiiis to po'ut of eonilvtei-CGtiieM oun-  Uiniug 00-ac os moro or loic  Wim-iam John Whitixc  Finliur   M. Guukiii", Agdit  DitulJaue23i*d, 1012.  ii _i_h_iiii   ' ���������������������������_._._.-���������  .Saywurd Limd Dintriet  I)i>tiict ol Siywtird.  TAKK NOTIUM   tlht   Hairy   Alfred  Ho B, of Now York, Now Yorlt, ocou|>ut-  onolootiiuituit iulooilB tu apply ( rpcruus  uioii to purmiH.ion to purolui-o tlio follow.  ling dcaoribod luiKUi-tJouiinouoinu at  i-  ,  ���������   ��������� 1-ayvvttid Laud Diitrict.  District of ir'a.wai-d.  TAKE NOTICE tliat Charles Pumy of  Vancouver, B. C; occupation coiltrnctor,  istentrs to apply for permission to -.jur.-  clase tbe following describe. l������nd>:���������*  Coiamonciag at   a  post  plaated   at   tlia  SciHh east corner of lot 578, the-h"* weat  id chain., thence south 80 ������hainu. th������_ce  cast 40 cbaiij., tuenco north 80 chains to  poiut c������ couimeucemeat coatainiug 32Q  acres more   or lean. ',  '  C'barle. Pkssx  F-flher  M. Gaekins, A(_.ut.  Hated June 19. h, 1.12.  Suywnrd Land District .  Distr ct of^SAj-ward  TAKE NOTlOBthut Mynlo Uonnette,  i)f Vaucouvor, occupotioo. Nurse, iutt-uda  co ap-jJj- for {'erinie.ion to purch������te the  following described lauda:���������(JomDioucmj.  iit a post planted at the uoith oast eorn.r  ,>i lot 5S4, theuce ca-,t  iO chiiius, thenss  theiicft_north^40 eliaios,. _tlieuce west���������  .0 chains, theueo south 40 ciiuit.s to  poiut of couituencemeut eoataioiug 10Q  tiures more or less.  Myrtle Bo-inst!'].  Fisher M. G.'jlciu:i, Agcut.  Dated Juue 19lli. 1912.  .Sayward L:ii)d Diytriot  Oiairiut i.t S yivu.-d  TAKE NOTICE tlul Jnsoph Ibory  Jjaor <if Now York, ocuiipiti >n SilcHinau,  intt-ndB io apply for p:imi__ion to pur-  uhaso tho following diw-jubovl lands* ���������  t'oitimcticiujfHt a post planted 90 ohan.  woet and ten chains north .of tho south  ea.ti corner of h'Use 40, thcoce north 2ll  ehuius, tlionce cist 20oliain., theuo soutu  ���������_0 uliuins, thmico u'o.t 20 ohainu to point  uf coiuiueucomcnt oontaiuing 40 iio:en  uioto or less,  Jo.4j*pit HunrY Baku  Fiahor M. Guakius, Agoor,  Dated Juno 23th, 1912.  snloBin ii, i'lti'rt* t������ hiiyly forp-rmUslon pnat j,iuntcd ��������������� tho oouth onot cor.tr <l  to pureliiHO the fo lowing desonbed lan������l-as  tHo nortli wob*; quurter of lot 083, thunci  1  rMiini^of firlvrn-tis^ments will  u'oi be received nt thi<A a flirt?' tntov  than i2 o'clock noon  on   Tucs  d������vs.  TILVCIl!'!! WA>'T1'-^r'"' ^1''-  to ]ii.b1U-* Mihoot. Snltm-y S70.00  pur month. Apply to Alex Sum  urvilU-.'Sceriitrtry. -Mlnto. B; C  VOW SAIjC���������Mnrii elli'i* r 0  ing h'-use <"i   I)<'l'W.:nt   AvmiU'". I  <f'i''lil   \WyUn ,,H,i'"<"*,'J. ,"1'1,  f'W''-  h'V.t. locatinu,. i,,"t' |ififti<'ii!i'iH  itpjily if V. Mauni'lH, Dt-rva* t  A.vi"iMi<", Cjty-  NOTICE  *       " ,.;���������'���������:'��������� ''' .  .';���������'-,"       ���������    ���������        ;  Any-pornon or pui'sonf, cutting  roiiiMving or tnklitg nny ;Ulo������Ui������,  li'inlwr or wood, nl'uiiy dweriptiodn  )olongliiR to tlio Wellington Col-  iory CO'y., or from or off tlio.lmi<l  uf tlio "���������nhl Oouipnny, or-, imyoiu!  tipping riihliish of any description  i.uywhei'0 upon the (tompany'H  laud will hn prortoOMlwl to tho full,  oxtontof tlio law,  W. I., COULS()N,  (���������loiiorttl Mmingor,  Wellington Colliery Oo,y.  Gomuioi.oi!g nt a p >Ht plnnted lit tho  north-oiiit oornnr of lot r>V2, thonco north  20uliim������, thonfl'j wtnt 2J-clininu, Uiciico  Bimth 20 oluiiiis iliontju oant 20, cluiiiB to  pout Of 'eoirirniiiooiiieiit conhliiti'. 40  Heron iiKiro or lens,  l-JWkUSrt HKh'KV ].Rf������T  ' Kliu.ir M.aail'iiiH, A������ nt.  U..toJ*una'201i. lOJU.  ������ny\viud hiiml DUliict.  Diutriut of l*'iiy������vanl,  TAKK NOTK K tl.nttJooryo Sluokn, of  How York, "!. Y��������� oionpithiii  (.'iiRinoer,  ln.on--H to ipply fir -.oiMN������i.ni to pur*.  cliBBO   ihu fo'liiwiiig  d������i,cillH'd liinilH'.���������  CoiniuondnK nt a pout li'imteil 20 o'imIhh  uouth of tli������ rn-rlli-oHht ooiiu*r������������f lot W-4,  thonco oiiNt '.O'olwliip, tliMico north   10  olmiii*. thenco woit !M eli.������iti������,  tlionoH  HOUtJi 40 (jhaiim lo'pn'nt ������>f con tm-nun-  montomit-in iig tO :n-m uvr������ or I'"*1*.  *     t.V.0W.Vt HTIK KB  Ki.hvr .M.Uiuki..f_, A-.oiit.  Dato Juno TJili, lUI'i.  40 ohnins emit, thonco   .0 olminr* io:th  thouoe .Oc'mlim ������e������',  thonoi 40  chain*  south topolnUt ooinn,oiv.oiuent ooil'-i"  in������ lOOa'.ri'ii moro or 1 m.  IIkniiv Aiji'iir.u Jlmi-.  FihIict M. ti-.Hkln-, A^oiil  UaU.1 Juno 2IU',' 15)1'i.      _  Say word l.ud lllhtrlit.  T)imr.oto!S.i;Wna.  TAKK NOTICE   that  William  John  Sullivan, Now York, N, Y.,   oooii|)ntion  olurk, inhnulM lowpi'ly f'-' iHinni-n'on t  -.urolwio tho fo",o*in������  tho folio vlng d������������*  ocib il |aii(lH!-������''<iiiiinoiicii������ at    ������   jk'H'  plalltod   10 UllllillH MOrtll   frt'lll   IllO  PUllHI'  out rornoi' .f lot T������70 (on pout 571) thonor  north 80 flntinii, th.iiou o:mb 8)  o'mir.i*,  thonoo until 80 oln'm, tbunco.went 80  ohaluHi to puliil of oo.iuni'iioomvut oon  Ul hiB dU) norca inonK-r lftt������.  WILUAM JOHN SULLIVAN  Fi hor M. UiukiiiP, Atoot.  1>*lo Jnno tfl -t. J.0I*.  BUHHCUlilK KOUTI1K NKWH  ONJ'Y M& Pt������lUU A YKAlt.  %,v/\m~ttT*  Hiding on loconmlivoH and ruil  ft-ay curd of tlie Union HollWry  Company.ltyony pmwnn or per  i.iiin���������axeept in in crew���������!������������������������ fllrictl.v  l������roli)l'it������d.    Knip.oyw-H   -re  nub-  i|<<; lulili-Uiii-Mtl   f*'i' *'ll''Vi'lUp   ������'i*''  Hy order  W. L. ^OUI,SON,  Kaywitnl l-iiul Diet into  OiHtiiot of Htywiiiil.  TAKK. NO 11 wK ������*i������t tiomgo t*1url������.  Rtonr, of No*  1'otk, N. Y.,  oeeiifi H������n  ���������    ������   ,1      i. ������������������.. ,*",. ��������� ,>     .nn'vlnr   < OfH-.l'TO I     1"  purohiuotho fo' o vi*������ilewrlhcJ Iu-mUj-  Comnim.ci <i( nl ������ p-w**. ilimt'tl 40 tAM-m  wo t *io1 aiiihiilnii ii'ttlt ii ���������he iiotlo Wirt  ooiin.TiifjMta.Vt, Hii-ncii ������'���������'���������'���������  ���������"   'l"''"''  8nj"*"fti*d t.v <1 Dnt'lt. ^  Uint iotof *i������ywn'U. |wi...tv  TAKK MKk'fci tlmt IViilium A������t,ou*i' Jatlii  lllHhohnfl, it Saw X������\h,  N. Y��������� oooa|iv-  tion ������lurk, liilftrn'-i to mu������ly for j*m*W.������n  to pnrchn������0' tlio   f<illo\vln������   tlfiurilnl  Saywiiul Laud Diatriot  J).������>triot of Snywurd  TAKK NOTIUB Unit James Bftrnard  Dunn of Now York, N. Y��������� ooouj.atiyt)  Tuiichur, nUoiitlu to apply for ^ermiiniou  to puroliiiu. U'C-followiu. dcdcnhod Icml ;  ���������(Juinir.oiiciuK ut a pcit jj'antod ul tlio  north eiist t'omor of lot 085, tliuuoo uortJi  60 unuiiui, tlionoo wr.t o'O chiiiun, thtuoy  KunlhStlohiuiJ., thoiioo euit 80 diuina to  point of coimnoncomciit contnitUug (JiO  uci'o*i moro or Iuhh,  . J.UIBH llEIINAim DUN.1  Kinhor Mi Gaukiuii, Agtnt.  Dntod Juno <2lth, 1012  Snywurd Land Dittrlot.  I'JHtiict of Snywurd.  TAKE NOTICE tint John Leonard.  Hy.ii of Now York, Now York, ououpati-  on hrokcr, Intend, to upply for pimt'iiion  lo ���������'���������.reliasu tho imr^uuifo tht follow iotf do-  H.rihcd  Iriutla.*���������Commencing at   it port  ".ilit'iti'd ut  tho uoitli-e^it corner of tho  noitli cunt ituiirtor of lot 08V thonco oust  80 clmii.H, theiu'o north *<0 chaini", thtT.co  went 80 chniiiH, tlionuo nouth 40 oli.iim to  point nf commonnoinoiit oontiit'iinu 920  acion uioru in loin.  JOHN .I.KONAUD RYAN  Kiulior M.<JiA#kl������H, t\fimy.  Data Juno 84th, 1019)  Snywnrd Land District  District of SitywHtd  TAKK uutico that John  Cm*  ���������*idy,    of    Now   York,   N   Y���������  occnpulion    Firotium,      intend**  to apply ft**" pi'rniis-sion to pur  n..,     t. \\iu-i.\ft  .   ,  I   V ������...':...���������  rlnr/it'llwi'l  ft     p&'t  1-���������V - Oon ������neiii*"niT ���������������   w    iwWit \lni>t*il  ;10 ch.luH i������Mit nml 40 limit * no-lli "f t'n  nortli-u'fi-t ������nrm*r ol lot fiffl, tl"ii o <*'"'t  nOohs'ns moro nr Ichk, lo lot 551, thrnw  40<iH������ln<i Miu'h nloi-B *n������*t b-'Miidury of  thi-i.o.i wni'li 2i1i>li������'ii*'. \\m\ra v^.t 10(lot 551, then��������� am*Muluiim nmro or \m  chnl i\, tiu*-i ��������������� ii'ttti ?'���������' "'' ���������" '���������' i������"' "' fo I*'������<������ ���������<������. 'Hmnen nnrth ������0 ('hitinn to  ofiljiaient-omoiit, o< li'u���������ii������ UOanw m������ro |:oint of coi..i.u������r.wn-.cnt w.:iUii������l.i������ 260  nr iM1> ' ticrci in"*"'" ''r ''V*'  OKOHOK nl/ I'M:*- MO.Nl".        WILLIAM AUli.\l*������r lll-SIICUCl''.'  pint,. fM.(! .n ii:������, Afrv-t. V\*)v t M (i uVi������ r. Svfiut.  I)Ati������ Juno lii.l,, ism*. OiCj Jnue ?0t!i, i������I3  -,������.-��������� .1.  ���������_!  ���������CsJlUttlviiiUI^  plitutcd 20 chaiita ������o������.th und 'JO  clininu w������H of the norlh corner of  lot 551, llieiice'wt-t*l M (.'Imin. lo  rust hotmdiy of hit 551, il-cmca  foiilli 510 chaiiifl, thenco i'ltwt ilQ  ,.l oins, ilionco north B0 chfdnu to  joint of ('omineuct'inout contain  aw IK) wcni)iU'.H*e or 1'"*.  .loUtK  CAS<iIDY  I Kislivr  M.Cn-'-Uw^, \g������ut.  i *M~m~m-*-*m**-^-m'*���������-'mlt>*mm-tte*^^ .... W^*. ,���������^.. ���������,._,_ --C������___. _ ^-^mM^^f^t*^ M-.y_B___._-|^ ������p_h-i_.^-f_#������^_t;_.-l__l, ������_^   _ .fl--. ���������>i    y���������    ���������, .. p.-,->, r���������,-,���������_,,��������������� ���������     ,      ,, ,.���������.,-.*'....   J_  __,_���������'         *"-  'Jt *.    .    "* ���������,'*������������������*,���������    *��������� ���������-���������.���������. ��������� . ,-v   _, **^V��������� v-/.;'      _'-*'���������*-    --'    f*K)j-^  ^  v���������^\_',~X>  ���������   -   . 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'ho^.iraport-  - v._.t'*a-i'oJ.J?-Jlw...ihuru"t> hajy (riayed>.in  J&^Jun'e "records that, amonfj.'o-Jrxaiii-*  't^PeOltle.-in Sc6Usnd;vt^.'fin.  ."3^90-'8ffif3piJa'*lcii.Bjlng the thumb  "'" "v"     ^i;*vt-s*?,r^Mt3_."'-',Hp  -fS-V***" ���������fi3f"^-rW^r^'Xt:" ^- ������*H  t-J(ti'tln9T:Jidn"6_.,_rom' ti*ades-  .���������.������_^>.^i *-*-''���������..       ��������� ^..V '��������� ���������   ^  -B,6^"'"^m(3fti."''ti*h.^a.tho pra<JUc.Q. .of  fn*S.<ri6iently, Described   _   ,  A',\vonftn liafi .ibst'a handbag?" After  Odyssean wanderings from ' oqo' -official, to another, 'she was ushered into tho janitor's office. ���������      ,..-_'"-  I was told, she .began, that a bag  turned- in" to' you".  5hfris_afn, w"3'**"*w^������"* -found upstairs -was tv  Baking'a*t)'d joinlnlAls it here?'  i\V*\~-���������" ���������  ��������� "��������� ���������:''���������"* .-\>'V ain't'saying it is,  licl__tAg'the' thumb has been.regarded  as'.a: solemn pledge or promise, existing, according to Tacitus aiid  others, among the Goths, the. Iberians and tho Moors, and it may also  he traced through successive periods  down to tho present time.  Washing day. or rather washing  wool, is .0 important a period in the  Balkan region that all family and social obligations retire to the background whon It has to be considered,  writes a traveller. I have known a  Cabinet Minister*.0 wifo to excuse  herself from at tednan.c" at a  court function because It collided  wltlr tne appointment made with her  laundress! This, too, in spite of  the full quotient of servants, footman, cook, housemaid and "old. masters.* Nono ot these was privileged  or efficient enough to meet the formidable laundress and satisfy her  requirements. Therefore, the lady  stayed at home to fill the breach, and  a sympathetic queen accepted the explanation with a readiness born of  full "ini.der3ian.dlng.*"  The Terror of Asthma conies like a  thief in the night with its dreadful  throttling, robbing its victim of breath,  ft seems beyond the power of human  nid lo relieve until one trial is madeof  rliat remarkable preparation, Dr. J. D  l.ellogg's Asthma Remedy. Then relief conies with a ru_n. Life heroines  woiih Mvii'ir. and-if the remedy bu  used persistently, the disease- is "put  permanently to rout. Take no substitute .-  . _r   ... ���������.__���������  , he Bald,'-and. I  aldt saving it ain't. What kind.of  ���������^.tTag did you lose.  V^I'npe ".tho. handbag had been only  "dne pf a million black bags sold in all  department stores Tor a dollar and  .poss^ssreji no special marka ot identification; the woman .waived a description of "its exterior, and plunged  straightway into an enumeration of  its contents. There was a bankbook,  a purse containing the loser's name  and address and money, a sample ot  silk, keys and a bunch of envelopes.  Ilo put her through a catechism  that compelled repeated descriptions  ot tho los1* treasures, and at the ond  ho said:  I cant see my way clear to let you  have that bag. I can't seo aa you've  established your right to it.  In desperation tho woman appealed  to the superintendent" of tho building,  The janitor stood stolidly by. Said  the superintendent:  Have you looked iuside tho bag?  I have.  Does It contain the thinga sho has  described.  *  I guess���������about.  Then why In the namo of sense  don't you let her have it.  Because, said the janitor, stubbornly, she ain't never once described the  outside of tho bag,���������Washington Star.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot rend*  tlio seat ot tlie dliciso. Catarrh la a blood or constitutional disease awl la order to cuie it you jnust tako  Internal rctnedlis. Hall's Ciitarrli Giro Is taken Internally, and acts 'llrectly upon tho blood nnd mucous  suifacei". Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quaclc raedP  cln.*. It was prescribed by ono ol tho best physicians  In this country lor years and li a re.ulnr prescription.  It Is composed of tho best tonics known, combined  with tho best blood purifiers, acting directly on tho  mucous surfaces. 'Iho perfect combination of the  two. lii.redleuts Is what produces Buch wonderful remits In curing catarih. Send for testimonials, free.  F. J. CUEN'KY _.- CO.. Pro1.,, Toledo, 0.  Sold by DruKi-lsta, pvlro 73c.  Ta_9 Hall's Vumlly Pills for ecustlDatloa,   ' ���������  Paiental Testimony  I don't blame young people for being rather self-confident and    aggre ���������-  sive, said the. conservative citi/en.  You think lhe rising generation I.  entitled to consider itself superior?  I'eyond question. You are, constantly hearing parents telling what  smart things their children say, nut  you neier hear childicn repeating any  clever observations by t'ucu* parents.���������  Washington Star,  Ask. for  Mlnard's and take  no other.  The Way to Meet v. ork  The beauty of work depends upon  the way "���������*������������������_ meet it���������whether Ave arm  "ourselves "each" morning "to^ittack"' ir  as an eueiny that must bo vanquished  before night comes, or whether ve  open our eyes with the sunrise to  welcome it as an approaching friend  who will keep us delightful company  ail day and who will malte us feel at  evening that the day was vvell woith  its l'atlsues.  City Life  I can't get much sleep these May  mor-nii's*.  Why not?  Well, beside., a garage, there arc  several _ta_l__ in the hack yaid of my  lioifsc.  Yes?  And as soon as the last joy rl-'.er  .ets in, the ilrst milk wagon .tarts out'  ,���������"\Vasl'iii(-.lon Herald,  Thato the Kind of Wife to Have  Tax Collector���������Could you give me  some idea ot what your husband is  worth?  Lady���������Tleally, sir, I   don't    know,  but I wouldn't tako a million dollars  for. him.  Away he_Went  *Madam, I am travelling1 around the  world ou a wager. I have to mako  good time, or I loso my bet,  Well, 1 don't mind lotilng my bulldog pace yon for a couplo of mlloa.  Here, TIgo,���������KansaB City Journal.  Head Broko Out, Spread to Arms,  Logs and Entire Body, Itched So  Ho Would Scratch Until.Blood Ran.  One Box of Cuticura Ointment and  Nearly One Cake of Cuticura Soap  Cured Him, Has Had No Return-  "When my hoy wa* nbout thrnn imonthi  old, hli httu'l Im uko out with a null wlilrli  iv������-i vi-ry llr.hy nml rnti iv wnipry fluid. Wo  tried cviirytlilnu wo could but ho got -worm  till lliu time, till It npioad to hit orm*, Icri  and I lien to hli i>ntlr. body. Ho cot tn had  Hint ho ermio *i.or dylnc Tlio ro*,h would  Itch ko tlmt Im would crratcli till tlio blood  ran, mid u thin yHl.wli.li (.tuff would bo nil  over hli pillow In tho moriilii*/, I hnd to put  ���������niltens on lib bunds to prevent lilm tearing  hid .liIn. Ho wiib no weak nnd run down that  h- looU falnU'iir ������prlln n. It lie wr-ro dylnx,  Ho w.'i nliuart a Skeleton and hU littlo hind.  wmo thin llko clnwn.  ,i.,        i   ,  ,        , , ,        ,     .  tried CuilfMir. PciupiIIp.. T hurt tint intil lilm  tin vat iu lui trunk! tu tuo Uiiytlm. (or ������, tonic  while. I Wdslml him with Cull.ma fio.p and  put on una application ot Cutlrurn, Ointment  nnd ho Kin i,ij toothed thut tio could kli-cp.  You don't know how Bind I wim lie fill better,  tt took ono box of I'utlewa Ointment rrnit  rifptly ?iMrnno mVn rif rutlcurn Pmr, tn wim,  dim, I think our boy would hnvo died but  forth* Cuticura ltem-dle������and I limit alwajn  rtm.lit n firm friend of them. Ho wm cured  moro than twenty your, aco, and thero hi*  rVen no return of thn trouble. I fcli.lt bo  Slid to liavft ymi pubtl.li thi* (mo Mate ment  of lib cure," (Sinned) Mr#. M. C. Maltlaud,  Juper, Ontario, May 87,1010.  .or mow tlmi a K'-icnUIott tu .then turn  found o nikieily, nnrernblo anil eeonomletl  treivtmotvt for their akin-tortured llttl. ones  In UiUMt.iuHoi*--������mli Ointment, Althouth  tney aro w!d by iJrucfIttt and dealeri everywhere.. Ilbertl wmpio oleaeU may bo obt allied  tree, turn th������ l*oit������r ftruff A Chew. C������rp.,  wl������ pro,* i��������� tt Colurabui Ave,, Uostaa,X*;S,A.  The ��������� Mysterious Handful  "A troupe of wandering musicians  were playing before a Swiss hotel":  At the end of the performance one  of the members left the group and  approached the leader of the band  and pulled- out a littlo paper box,  which he emptied into his left hand  while the eyes of the leader followed  every movement.  He then took a plato In his right  hand, passed it round, and a large  sum was collected, every ono mean;  while wondering what he held in his  left hand-  "Why, it's very simple, said the leader when questioned. Wo are all  subject to temptation, and to-be'sure  of the fidelity of our collector be has  to hold five flies in his left hand,  and-we_tount"these-whenrlie returns'"  to make sure of the money.  Staging it  A leading theatrical manager told  a dramatic critic stories as he strolled  in the bright, cold weather down the  Strand. .  _  There was one chap, said he, I  couldn't sot rid of. Dear me, he was  persistent. I refused his farco seven time? and ho still kept turning up  with it, rewritten here and there.  The eighth time ho came I told him  firmly it was no use,  But,' sir, ho said, is thero no possible way you could put my farce on  Iho stage?  Well, paid I, there's one way, but  I don't, know if you'd submit���������'  Oh, I'd BUbiult! he cried. I'd submit  to anything!  Thon said I, we'll grind it up and  uso it as a snowstorm.  A story of the parade of woman  suffragists is being told around tho  various lioudquarters of tlio "Votes  for Women" clnn.' Ono of tlio editors  of a Now York morning papor, which  is decidedly 'antl' has a young wife  who la vory much ''pro," Sho, announced that sho Intended to parade.  Ho vetoed tho proposltioh absolutely,  and averred that it Mrs, Editor dared  to mat-ch ho would forcibly romovo  hor from the ranks. Detomilnod to  show hor sympathy with "tlio cause,"  but not \vantlng to disregard,lior.husband's wishes, alio dressed In proper  suffragist colors and badges nnd paraded���������-along tho sldewnlkn from tho  start to Ihc.ilnlflli of'the'profession.  Who won,  Parson Won a Bachelor  In your .of-mon this morning you  wpoko of n baby us a new wave on  tho ocean of llfo.  Quito ho; n poetical figure'  Don't you think   a   froHli   eqnnll  would hnvo hit. tho ninrk bettor? ������������������  Host on Transcript.  A Loy&f Fan  .Vow listen to mc  All right, doc,  You nro threatened with a nervous  breakdown, ' ���������  I know II.  You rniiat quit worrying,  I rnn't do It, doe; until nftor nil  tho jiJuyorn aro nlKiied, It,wouldn't  be loyal to tho homo ,tc*iin.--C6ur-  ler-.Tournal,   -,  Go moth lng Novel  I .iipposo It cheapens tho frenkn  to permit them to appoar in public?  Jt'domi usually, replied tho'Impros*  ario or tuo utiuo iiium-uin, Hut wu'ro  tib'Uili l<> )ml'Un; In-ohvutiim'iiU-} oul  tomorrow. Wo calculate" iilie'll mnko  a hit with her two Uastor . hats.���������  Courier-Journal. /  tn Swagger Circlet  Thoy were rr-)ionr.i)iig for a fashion*  nblo wcililtng.  At this point you l<Ia������ tho bride.  Yes. ���������;  Ami hero you Hinnnh n camera 1  httv'lilrfid it cheap ono for yott to  havo hired a cheap ono for you to  hiii.tn'l.  They  Need the  New  Blood  Dr.  WII  Ham's' Pink Pills'Actually Mako"  Perhaps you havo noticed thai your  daughter in her "teens" has developed  a fitful temper, is restless and excitable. That she' complains of weak-  ne__ and depression; leels tired but  after"a little exertion; appetite variable, " complains of headaches and i_  growing pale. In that case remember  that the march of time is leading her  on to womanhood, and that at this period a.great responsibility rests upon  mothers. These are symptoms of anaemia���������that is bloodlessness, and no  time should be lost in increasing* and  enriching the blood supply.' "Unhealthy girlhood almost always leads  to unhealthy womanhood. All young  gifi3~in~their_teeiiiD" ueed-the -help~ol  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, which en  rich and increase the blood supply,  and give sickly drooping girls .Up  brightness and charm of perfect health.  In proof of this Miss Zola Gordicr,  Morrisburg, Out., Bays; "I was pale  and bloodless and suffered from  many of the symptoms of anaemia.  I would tire cr.aily and suffered from  frequent headaches- My appetite was  poor and I was very pale and easily  discouraged. ��������� The medicine I wa3  taking did not seem to help me, and  then 'ono clay I read ��������� tho story of a  youn*-. girl who stiffeied similarly and  was cured through tho use of Dr. Willinms' Tink Pills. I got three boxes  of tbo pills and started to take them  Before they were dono I began to te:.l  better and look bettor. Thon I got  half a dozen more boxes, and benre  thoy were all used 1 was enjoying  tho best of health, and have continued  to do so since. My younp. broth or  waa troubled with rlieumaUsm, and  thoy completely cured him,"  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold  by all mo'liclno dealers or can bo.had  bv mall ut 50 cents'a box or six boxes  for $2.1*0 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Hrockvllle, Ont.  The Feminine Mind  They lived in ,a-little town adjacent  to Pittsburg.     Hubby was trying to  jolly his wlfo along and make her forgot that eho wanted   a new   spring  suit.  Now, Bald lie, th.t town commltteo  Is offering a prize for tho prettiest  lawn.  What. Is that to mo?  Why don't, you enter the contoBt?  You know I haven't had ii lawn In  ilvo years. I haven't even a gingham that la fit to wear,  Moral���������You can't tnko tholr,minds  off the subject of dress-���������Pittsburg  Post.   - ������������������������������������  Doesn't Tell This ,  Docs your husband lull you every  OiIiir?  Yes, everything, except how much  nocUet vnoiio'ylio bpoi.ds hlnuelf every  wool?.���������Dptrolt P/eo Pi'crnv  t*m.m^amm**M-������*m*am****t***-t*������*n-*W  Keep Mlnard's Liniment In the hoime,  Wife��������� Did you post that letter I  gdvo you?       .-.'    ' .';������������������     ���������  . ,   ���������.  Hubby���������Yes, doruv ,.T onrrlod ,11. In  my hand, so l couldn't, fowol, it, and  I diopped it Iti the flvht box., I remember, bocaiiBO-r*, ; * ������������������ ���������*��������� ��������� .** ��������� ��������� ���������  Wlfo-Thoro, (leitr, don't ,.lfo any  moro. 1 didn't glvo you any li'llci*  to iio>*t.���������Tlt-Dltii.        *.,  . Mormon ^nlHHlonaryJwoVk Jn Japan  was ��������� cuii'iutm*.*.*.! ui iyyP ���������"���������" ������i~ ���������'������-���������������'  jUtv hi*'* It-*- eUiirchMln Tnk'o. P,i*t>  poro, Kofu, and Ounltn, says tho Oob*  pel News of Toltlo.. Thoro nro llf-  teen missionaries,���������**. Itlt a total of forty-  idx boUovcvs, ami the members of the  church In Tolilo number fifteen vo-  v:.n.������kw.������ ������.'.,..'������ *��������� j. -   ��������� ���������   t     -.,   ....... ..,  In tho Government service, teachers  nnd students of mlddlo schools, com  merclal clorks, telephone glrlB, eto.  ���������nm ���������        " i"������i|"������",������ J  ttu.  California Oil Wells  Being developed by  Canadian Capital  Oil lias made  ths  world's (.rcatest-  fortuncs.      It will make yours.  California Fields aro    paying:    mil- ���������  lions of dollars to Investors. Our fields  ���������'The   Fullertofi"   produce    the    best  e.uide ol' oil In tho.entlro district.,   Let-us-Show-you-the-Proof   K. K. ALBERT. Winnipeg  708-709   M.Arthur Building  Singularities  ,, Romo.is busil"/ laying plans for-an  'electric railroad running "to the sea  coast at Ostiat together with' a subway tunnel-for the part which "crosses  town. Work will begin, as soon as  tho Government grants tlio franchise.  The subway starts from tho centre of  the town, tjfear the Forum, and runs  to tbo city limits at the St. Paul's  Gate. It will accommodate a double-  track tunnel. It is planned to finish  the subway part of the line in threo  years, and then begin on the Rome-  Ostia lino, which will take about two  years to build. . _   ,  When Your Eyes Need Gare  Bemedy. NoSmartlnij���������Feel*  tb '_..  Red, Wcaki  Try Murine Eve itemedy. "N  Fine���������-Acts Quickly. Try  Watpry Eyes and Granulated Ey.li.a' IUv_������  trnted Book" in each -Package. Murine (4  compoundAi) by onr Ooullsts���������not a "Patent Mod*  lolno" ��������� but ussd In successful Physicians' Pmot,  tleo for many yeai.. Now dedicated to the Pn'_������  lie and (old \>jDrusgists at *Oo and Wo noi- Bottle  Murine Bye Salre In Aseptic _"ube������,.26c und6������(k  Murine Eyo Remedy Co������k Chicago  A Coming Politician  What* makes you think the baby is  Boiug to be a great politician? asked  tbo young mother anxiously.  I'll tell you, answered tho young  father confidently; he can say more  things tliat sound well aud mean nothing than any kid I ever saw,  Me Believed It   .  She���������Do you believe that largo features aro a sign of generosity?  He���������Yes-���������tho generosity of nature.  ���������   Their Hiding Place  Oh, Ma'am, Ma'am. I've swallowed  a safety pin.  So that's whero my safety-pins go,  Is It?���������Punch.  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Eoy.'  Camp held at Tusket i'alls iu August,  I found MINARD'S LINIMENT most  beneficial for sun burn and immediate  relief-foi-'colic'Tind"'toothache*;���������������������������' '  ALFRED STOKES,  '.General Secretary.  Haste Necessary  Farmer���������-1 seo you're painting these  old trees.  Artist���������"What's that got to do, with  you?   Get on with your work.  Farmer���������Woll, since my work Is  to cut them down, you'd belter get  on with yours.���������Pelo Mole.  Horace���������Are    you  books Miss Sweet?   ���������  Miss Sweet���������Yes,  ono  fathor'a clioquo book,  .Mterestpd    ln  especially,  Thoy eny lie', the hlGbc&l paid office boy in town,  Ye3, air, ho knows so ruuch baseba.1  iopo tho bosses aro bidding for hlm>  A Girl's Way  I am going to learn to ewlm this  summer,  I thought Goorgo taught you last.  summer.  But, I am no longer engaged to  Gcorgo.���������"Washington Herald.  Mrs. Proudman���������Our Willio got  meritorious commendation at BOhool  last "week.  Mrs. Thompson��������� Gracious, * Isn't  It awful, tho number of strango diseases that's ketched by school chit*  droit '.���������Tit-Bits,  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mas. Win-blow's 8oothino Svxur lioi bee*              >y MH.I.IONS of  MOTHERS  for, their, CHII.UKBN   WHII.Tf  used for over SIXTY YEARS, by MH.I.IONS of  TBUTHIXG, vritlt  FGKI'KCT  SUCCESS.     It  SOOTHES-tb? CHILD, SOl'TBNEt tlie GUMS, ,-,  AJ.T,AYa atl TAIN *, CUKKS WIND COUC. audi   .  Is the beet remedy for J.IARRIIO.A, - It M nb-i  Wlulely'liarmleis., Be sure and ask-for "Mr������J-  Wlnslow'* Snotliins Svrup," ������ndLtRke no otbcf  Idud.   Twenty-five celils ������ botll������.'.  ; MALE HELP WANTED  Railway Agents, Telegraphers and .  Clerks  in  great  demand  throughout  the North "West. "   Six   months   will *  quallfy-^yoir*--���������Day-ai-d-MaU-coitrses-���������  Positions secured.   Free Book 19 explains"       Dominion    School   'Tele-*,  graphy, Toronto. -'-,.. '-  '   -  Her Thought  ' Do yott remember "the"first time;'I  ever put  my arm  around you?  ha  asked^after they had started on-their  honej"moon  I shall never forget It, she replied-  What did you think?  ,    l  I thought you had fooled away a  lot of time over tho preliminaries.���������  Chicago Record-Herald.  His Qualification  Manager���������Yes, wo need a man; Ml  in our packing department. Had  any experience?  Applicant���������I've taken lossons ia  boxing, sir.  ��������� Coal Is used to provldo about 27*  00(1,000 horso power In tho United  States lo 5,000,000 provided by water-  power.  When opals aro first taken from the>  mino they are so soft that they can  bo plokod to plocos with tlio fliigor  nail,  w. n. u. m  At the Masked Dall  Who on earth In tliat fnl old person who want, to toll everyone their  fortuno hy palrnUlry?  That'.  (Joldhli'lii,  Hi.*,  bunker-  IU  lotit a diamond ring lialf-in-hour ago!  i ��������� l.ofido������ Oirtnloa,  Wife���������What's your opinion of  now mold?  Huh   I think nlie'a splendid  WUo~I thought   you   did.   That*  whj* t firm} 1i*������i* thl������ morning.-'-llOHtcn  Transcript. }jfc_  Corns cripple the f������et and m:������Ko  walking a tnrturo, y������t mir������ relief lr,  the shape of llollowny'u Corn Cui"������ U  vithiu ieach ol all,  Wlien Pmidtnl Taft and Co!* Roosevelt are through xvith their mud slinging,  *.'���������'���������       r^i^fitpy must clean up.  ** in i" vStioo Polisli  is tlie very best tliltiff  fof their boots aa nil  oo4 Canadiau-i and  Best Wi test Will not  soil tue daintiest garments. QuickbriUfaut;'  lasting,' No otber even,  lialf as good. ai  DEALERStOc  / ." ���������*.-.-.'>,;--"l-"-. .J.'*''-'...'^  -' '     -S     .���������*-. ..' t"-*^"*���������������.���������'*'*-'���������   v^-v,'-*"  t'  Jersey  Heifer  III.���������Advice to Buyers  of Cows.  By LAURA ROSE.  Demonttrator and Lecturer In Dairying  ���������I the Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph. Canada *  (Copyright, 1911, by A. C, McCIur* * Co.]  WHEN buying ft cow It la not  always possible to find out  the actual yield and quality  , of her milk.   In such aicase  tiro must look for outward Indications  that are likely to bespeak good milking  ability/ "  . Some people lay little stress on form  and place all tbe emphasis on the perform. " While we agree with them," yet  at tbe same time we believe the' form  - of the typical dairy cow to be a result  of tbe performance at. the milk pall  through many past generations. One  has followed the other as surely as  tbe fruit follows the blossom..  cibow afcouia be well filled ont.. Just  In this* part arc situated the vital w  gans-~the,hcart" and. lungs.: A cow ���������aa*"'"  row between the forelegs Is exactly the  caine as a narrow chested person���������both  are apt to be subjects for tuberculosis.  The backbone should be-la^ge, loosely pointed and a little prominent, another Indication of'nerve power, for lathe backbone runs the spinal cord, the  chief nerve" of the body. ,    '  The barrel or body of the cow should  have good length and depth." This is  her storehouse and should be capable  of holding large quantities of food. *' '.  The cow should be wide and strong.  across the* loins to support this, large  , paunch, for weakness in this point often "causes' a sag ln the back. The  thighs should be thin and hollowed out  to give plenty of space between tbe  legs, and the Banks should be high, allowing roonv for a large udder.  Horsemen say,-.'No foot, no horse."  Dairymen say, ''No -udder, no cow."  The udder should extend well up at tbe  "back and well forward, being strongly  attached to tbebody. The sole, of the  udder in a cow, especially a young cow,  should be level and the teats evenly  placed and conveniently .long to be  milked., The udder 'should be covered  with fine soft hair, should bo springy,  and the veins should be prominent  Milk Veins and Milk Well*.  '��������� The milk veins coming from tbe udder and running forward under the  body should be large, tortuous and extending well toward.tbe front before  entering tbe body through what are  called the milk wells. Sometimes these  openings In the abdominal wall are  small and. press, tbe veins, swelling  them and making them appear larger,  than they really nre.  In buying a-cow  not milkihg it Is well to feel the size  of. the milk wells, and they will.be,  some Indication of the" size and length"  of the milk veins.  After the cow Is milked out the udder Bhould hang like a bag ot skin,  soft and pliable., Occasionally we see  a cow with a beautiful udder. After  being milked she still has her beautiful  ment tbe cow with naturally a small  paunch,* diminutive udder and ability  Development of the Cow. ...        ,__-,.._,   ,.   __ .    .,,  By selection; breeding arid minnger'-i?���������������������������-but.has added uttle to the mi!*  A   BARM   WITHOUT  LIBHT   AND  AIR  IS k  BUEEDINO PIvACBI FOB TUBEBOUtiOBIB.  <o give mill: for only a short time to  nourish bcr young has been developed  Into on unlmal with big girth, enormous udder and ability to give a good  flow of milknlmostcontlnuously. Such.  is the achievement of man in the animal kingdom. What then must we  look for In a profitable dairy cow-  points common to all breeds?,  *��������� Beginning at tho nose", wo like the  nostrils to be large to admit plenty of  air to tho lung., so as to keep the  blood pure and tbe cow healthy. The  mouth' should be large and the lips  "firm, but elastic. A large mouth Is said  - to Indlcato.a largo appetite,   Whether  this Is. limited to cowklnd and does  not .extend to mankind I know not,  buti'do know we seek cows with good,  Itoph appetites, for if they, do their  duly the more food the more milk. -  i From the muzzle up to tho eyes  should'lie'clean cut and not too heavy.  The eyes should ho large and bright  "Tbey Indicate lhe nervous, constitution  of tho animal, and a cow to bo n good  milker should hnvo strong nerves,  "She Knew Her Business.'"1  "The forolicntl���������tlio space between the  "Byes-should bo wldo and dished. The  dished effect results from tho full eye,  and wo wnnt tho breadth, for thoro is  whoro tlio bruins nro situated.   Cows  show Intelligence In (heir fncos much  tho samo ns human beings do.  X buvo  fancied as I looked nt ������ line cow-rthat  sho know wlmt her business was nnd  did uot neglect it.  Mark you, when u  cow Is keeping hor Jaw* going sho is  .worklng-ycs, Just as much ond Just  ns effectively o������ a net of stones in n  grist mill or u won ver nt n loom,  Bho,  too, Is taking raw motcrJal nud mnnu*  fnctui'Iiig It Into a finished product  But; to return to tier bond.  Tbo horns  ahould ho dymmotr.cn I nnd not too  .nr������d,   The curs not very largo, nnd  when  they  are turned  bnck there  should M soon n yellow oily oocrotloh  on the inside   Thle should also; bo  found on tlio udder nud on the tip of  tho mil,'. 1 hnvo heard Hint It ludlcatei  richness of milk, lint moro llkoly It do-  iioles corisUtullouiil vigor nnd thrift.  For tho nil mo reason wo Uko tho hnlr  to bo soft and oily or silky, nnd,whon  wv _ni'i urn .itlu li.- Imui ihu lilm U  xiboult. be tlnMlc nind ofiring11 bnelr nnfl  not bo thick mid leathery. ": '"  The nock should bo slender nnd neat.  ��������� ly Joined to tho shoulders, There should  be no oscusslvo amount of looic, flnb-  hy ������Vfn nn fhn under ptirt nflhr* thront  ond uock.  The Double Wstfge.  Wo (nud I might hero explain thnt  ���������"wo" means myself nnd nil who agree  with me) llko lo seo tho rtoublo wedge  In tho dnlry form, Prom the hond she  ���������hould gradually Increase In width toward the hind quarter*. Then from  tbe shoulders down wo llko to see hor  broaden out '.,'������  There should be good width between  (Im lorelfga, and the space behind the  "pall". ,��������� This' Is known ris a fleshy udder  and often .deceives a buyer.  The-escutcheon, or milk mirror. Is  considered by some- dairymen as an  important-indication of a cow's -value  as ��������� a* milked The- escutcheon - Is. tbat  portion of thehlnd quarters at thfback  and top of tbe.udder where the'hair  points upward instead of downward.  It is "taken as a good sign" when the  apace covered with such hair is-large  and when there nre several "cores" or  "whirlpools" where .the bair gathers  toward a center.       ��������� '  -Some judges' like-tbe terminal tall  bone to reach tbe hock. The tail is but  ������_contInuatlon__qf_^the_ba_ckbone_=tbe.  larger, and more loosely jointed the  vertebrae tbe longer-thc tail. It sbould  taper toward the point and end ln a  nice, full switch.  First-Look For Constitution.  Bumming up the qualities of n good  cow, we should say first look for constitution. It Is anything but pleasant  to think of using milk which has come  from a sickly, diseased animal. Don't  you think with me' there, Is a strong  relationship between tbe vitality of the  cow and tbe vitality of tbe milk she  gives? First, then, let us emphasize  the necessity of having a healthy cow  aa indicated by a. readiness for her  food, a full, bright eye, soft, pliable  hair and skin; steady, even breathing  and good heart and lung capacity.  Then wo'want good milking qualities,  ns suggested' by a strong nervous system, large middle plecb and splendid  udder. She should have a quiet, contented disposition, submit quietly to  being handled and jihould be uneasy  milker. .  ���������  * A cow should Increase In ber milk  flow during tho first few lactation periods, and frequently there Is a slight  increnso in tho percentage of fat ns  sho reaches maturity.  Sho may bo snld to be ot her best  from hor fifth to ber eighth year, nnd  many do splendid work for innny yonnf  after that ngo.  A cow should moke from $30 to $00  a yenr profit.   A very good ono may  MAKING ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS.  A;Pi������atant iind.Profitable.Employment  : . l" Fer"W<������m,en.  "rfow that artificial flowers made of  ribbon are,������o much in vogue inany*  women will find It not only "pleasant,  but also profitable work to make them  for sale. Roses, daisies and-morning  glories are "easily made and are pretty  for mllinery purposes, hair ornaments,  novelties "for the-neck, trimming for  evening dresses, etc.  The large size rosebuds make beautiful hatpin heads and are made by  using 8ve> squares of soft satin ribbon  .or messallne silk three and a half  inches In diameter, Each square is  formed Into a petal by first,bringing  together tbe upper right hnnd and tbe  lower left band corners, then the upper left hand and tbe lower rightbnnd  corners. Lastly, bring together:" the  two lower'corners-and yon .* have a  complete triangle, which when gathered tightly at .tbe bottom forms the  petal.   *  Two of the petals are placed closely  together, forming tbe center of the  bud, and the remaining three are  i placed In a "row around the center.  Sew tightly at the bottom, then uso  green ribbon three-fourths of an Inch  wide for the lower part of tbe bud.   '  The full blown roses are made by  having the outer row of petals made  like* loops, with the upper corners  slightly folded In.  The tiny buds, ��������� which are used .lit  clusters for dress trimming nnd other  purposes, are made just' as a single  petal of the larger buds; but, of course,  smaller squares are used.' Morning  glories are made by nslng for each  flower a piece of ribbon four Inches  long and two nnd a half Inches wide. -  \. First neatly join tbe ends, then double* the ribbon eo as to make both  edges meet Gather along the joined  edges which form the cup, and tbe  centers can be made with several  strands of yellow silk thread. No. 2  ribbon Is used for tbe daisies. A loose  knot Is tied at tbo top of each loop  which forms the petals, and a small  round button-like puff of yellow silk  forms the.centers.   ~  The Ostrich. _ ������. . _. .  ���������An ostrich always approaches Ha nest  with many windings'and detours-in-  order if possible to conceal tbe locality  from observation.  IN THE HOUSEHOLD.  D������  ���������  Underground Workers.  Sis million persons make their living  under ground, working in miues aud  quarries. That number is about twice  the population of this .country when It  decided to cut away from England and  go it alone. Those 0,000,01)0 worker*  dig $.,000,000,000 of wealth a year out  of the bowels of tbe earth. . .  Verdi.  Terdl. of "II Trovatore" fame",'composed-all his music in his* bedroom,  where was Installed a beautiful piano,  of which be was a great master, as  well us of the violin.  ' Easily Digested.     "-  Calf's foot jelly, tripe and rice are  the most easily digested of all foods.  .Thirteen In Turkey,  Turks are so prejudiced against the  "unlucky thirteen" tbat tbe word is  virtually expunged from their vocabulary.   ,  -���������    ' i  ' Esparto Grass.  Esparto grass, for wblcb no substitute has yet been found for tying fruit  bozos so economically and-effectively,  is a spontaneous growtb on tbe forest  wastes and arid mountain land.* ot  Murcia, Jaeu, Alicante and' Valencia,  Spain. ,    - "  Tho Scorpion.  The ecofplon was tbe first known  animal on the-land.  British Navy Oars.  All tbe oars used In the British navy  are made of white spruce grown in the  Queen Charlotte islands, off the coast  of British Columbia. '  Japan's Industries.  Nearly a million and a half families  ln .lapan devote all or part of- their  time to silk culture.   A million persona  "are exclusively engaged in  fisheries,  .while another million and a half combine fishing with soma other occupation's..     *_'.__  . Straw Boats.   *  A beat much "used by tbe natives of  No longer docs the white-apron of   Peru Is made entirely ot reeds and  Jtan't  Try to   Mako  ���������   Woman  *"M������n'������ Work.   .  Don't, expect more from a servant  Ian you could _ do yourself. Increase  iragcsin proportion as services become  ���������aluiible. "Remember yonr servant' is  i'human being, not a beast of burden.  ���������?ittce some room other than ibe kitcb-  sn at ber disposal lo receive company,  "f criticism is to be made, do it in a  ���������ool, dispassionate munner. 'Follow tbe  (olden rule. Don't try to make a wo-  "dbu do a man's work. * Do not interfere with any of ber superstH.onsvor  ���������eligious beliefs. Do not interfere wltb  ter love affairs unless she asks advice.  Cut up half a pound of white soap  nto a gallon of water, and boll it till  -be sonp is dissolved, then add to it  two ounces of salts of tartar. After  >be carpet has been well shaken apply  ills mixture while hot* with a 'scrub-  )ing brush, covering not more than a  iquure yard nt u time. Dip a coarse  iowol into clean water and wipe tbe  tarpet over, then wipe again 'with an-  ither cleau dry cloth.  To prevent any shade of blue from  fading soak for two hours ia a pail of  irater to which au ounce of sugar of  ead has been added. Then be sure to  iry well before washing and ironing,  Boiled potatoes are an excellent sub-  itituto for soap when tbo bands have  jecome soiled by contact'with blacken-  "d pots and pans. .    -0  Straight pieces of muslin are usually  roned from end to end along the sel-  fage, being careful to keep the hems  is straight us possible. '  Attractive aprons.  ��������� ���������   ---        . *'���������-.  Dutch' Doaignsr Form Charming-.BOriitro  on" New Models.    *** "* '*���������  transparent materials trimmed with  frivolous ribbons and many .lace frills  reign supreme-as a skirt protector"at  chafing dish parties. For tbe nonce tbe  Dutch apron is in possession of .the  field, and every girl .who cannot afford  one of tbe imported specimens made,of  dark blue, green, yellow or red sateen,  .with-a-printed-border^in-a-contrastlrig-  dull hue tbat is half tbe depth of the  entire accessory does tbe next best  thing and- mnkes ber apron of what*  ever material she has at band.  Tbe border, printed Holland sn teen, is  about twenty-four Inches wide and has  the decoration along edge nud shirring  it three times across, thus forming a^  half inch frill and two half inch deep  puffs against the front of Ihe waist.  The Dutch "apron bns no strings, but  is secured to the belt by fancy pins,  preferably of Dutch silver and handiwork.  But materials other than tho iro-'ort-  6traw, even tbe sail consisting ot straw  matting.  'A Fatal Wagtr.  A man named Gaul ot Paddington,  England,' was found dead in u van.  Early in tbe evening be bad made a  wager that he would drink thirteen  ,half-pints_df.beerJnJe_s.than_ten_min-_  utes. He won the wager, drinking the  beer in seven minutes.  Humor and  Philosophy  8,r VyjVCAjS M. SMITH  PROLIFIC  SUBJECT. ~?  "IT'S colns'lo be a dand-Ay.ar  ���������'���������- Krom ev.rytliingr-tlmt I can *h<***r\  For thoso who Uko to whittle stick.  And sit round talking politics.  There'll be so much to talk about  The subject never will run out.     ' .- -;  They cannot talk It all away;  There will be plenty left nest day.  What with on. section standing- pat;  Another talking through Kb hat. '���������  Insurgents met at. every turn.  There will be topics���������yes, to burn.  Some nt the tariff law will scoff  And.show It where it must set off,    ������  While oilier. In an angry tone."  "Will _uy, "Let good enough alone."  The candidates In language JTree  Ripped up from every side will be,  And he will be a dandy who  Unbrulsed that gantlet can so througlb  For men at that impartial board  To speak up freely can afford.  Unbiased are the lot and much "  "Untainted by tho payroll touch.  Ye\ it will be a year of talk.  Ot betting money, marbles, chalk}  Fine for the fellow who enjoys -~  Host every kind and class of noise.  .*c'"-/1.."l  "--.I.  :\<iil  v. V*".!  ���������*        "   3       **- I  '      rS*X\  *. "������������������-- -y, i  ">  "���������*   r ������*  .,,*?   _ /  *���������. ;"'.���������������*.  \  "*���������">,.  1       >-"  WASHING THE CARPET. N  Kveid  Trouble  by  Not   Beginning  at  the Door.  To wash the carpet thoroughly you  will, require a bucket of warm water,"  i caks cf carpet soap, a piece of house  Qannel and, if you are going to tackle  i fair sized piece, of carpet at once, a  supply of dry cloths.  Do not begin near the door, as you  nay require to leave the room for  fresh water, and it is unwise to walk  )n the carpet when damp. Make up  four mind-to do without the room till,  til is dry. Start washing- as far  from tbe door as possible hnd work  toward it.' The'flannel Is-wetted and*  t portion of the carpet well rubbed. It  oust not be overdone, only wetted  mftclently to secure a good lather by  nibbing the carpet soap bail well ln.  Then with the clean, wet flannel're-  novo the soap. Well rinse the flannel  if ter ward, so tbat It is quite sonpless  tThen you begin another fresh piece.  No soap must be left in the carpet  ivhen the final rubbing commences.  Take a dry, towel and "rub your best  Japanese Girls.  : Japanese girls are named not only  after flowers, but after aulmals. Once  in awhile one may meet a Miss Dog,  Miss Cow or Miss Deer.  Stoutness In China.  Stoutness in Cblnn is. rare, but Is  considered honorable In a man und  bcuutlful In woman. The most notice  able thing on eutering the Flowery  Forest mouastery at Cauton is that lhe  ed Holland sateen are used, and many statues of tbe r-UO disciples of Buddha  girls prefer tbo transparent tnbii.r/j of are- given to corpulency, nnd ,the god  dark bued chiffon or moussellne de sola  with a wide printed border, while other  apron makers are applying tbo borders of foulards lo plain'colojed surah  or china silks.  The main thing is to haro tho foundation of tbo npron���������never longer than  twenty inches whon finished���������oC a dnrk  aud dull shade and tho border of a decided pattern nnd an entirely different  color, ,  To Dress Up the Simple House Frock.  Havo you n simple house frock, thnt  needs a littlo freshening this spring?  If you haro, buy ono of the gay little  poplurn overblouscs of*lace,' and, be*  himself bnB a line like tbe equutor.  Felt Hats.  The oldest mnlerlal used for hats la  Iho conquest, -while In tho "I'nnti'rbury  Tales" n merchant is spoken ot as  -wearing "a' tlaundrlsh beaver batte."  Air Currents.  - Tlio speed ot air current's Increnscfi  as distance from the earth Increases,  CROSS BKOTIOKOVOOW'N -ODDER, SnOWINd  IIIKOntiLU IN WHICH MlXiK 18 .ItOllOTItD.  mnko tor her owner $70 to 1100. The  profit may be cstlmntcd If tbo food cost  bo subtraclod from the vnluo of .the  mlllt fat The Value of, the sltlmmllk,  cn'lf.'.hrid 'manure offsets tho cost of .In*  bor In connection with tlie care of tho  COW,'-  '*''-���������. . ��������� '" ' ���������'"'"'  Petiof the Horcl, lut-  *nocelviiig good caro, n cow should  glvo 0,000 pounds of milk, testing nt  leant 8,0 per cent far, or should mako  250 pounds of butter In n yenr. A  lif-lfor nhould wu'h this amount in her  second lactation period. This la not n  high standard, but it put Into force  throughout tbo country It would mean  that three-quarters ot the cows would  "bo.'doomed, Tho dvoi'ago'yenrly yield  per cow I* not over -1,000 pounds of  mnu. Vviiii sticii mi nvotnge, how  many very poor onos thoro must bel  What nbout younV In nearly every  stnblo thero nro sleek, gontlo cows,  which at retch tholr necks as greedily ns  can be for mangels nnd meal nnd which  walk forth with n leisurely Important  nir to pastures green and luxuriant, the  peti often of the herd, and yet if %  rays of tho scales and the test for fat  were thrown on such cows the revels,  tion would ttialgu tbem U the butch-  fr'e block. ���������������������������������������������  Wooden 8hoes.  Dutch wooden shoes ure made from  willow wood. "A I'Ublc niolcr ot It costs  $0 and.sufliccs for the making ot 100  pairs of ordinary size. Tho wholesale  prlt'o of theso shoes Is 12 cents, Ono  workman Is nblo to mnko twelvo lo  tlftc.n pairs ti day, which .bowa bow  nuiTow Is (he margin of pruUt.  Though you cannot get rid of all damp-  less, you can nlmost dry the patch  n-ith friction, nud this brings' up tbe  inp beautifully, also the colors.  Tho Varietio*;  1         1  i         ' "Vou  notice  "  that tbe master  -      j  of a boat Is al  ii          -way. called tb������   ���������  K     , honest    skipper.'  'y-,      There   must   be  ���������  ���������J*       something .about ,-  ,      tbe   sea   that ���������  /      brings   out   tbe  .' **  }     sterling,   rugged   ���������  ���������"������������������"���������*������������������ v.  ^       qualities   ia  *  "  vf      men."    ������  '". .  0^      "It    Is    qnlte   .  ^   different   wlthi  ."���������^  ���������         tbe   kind   of *    /  '.    '  I    .    skipper that you ,  '**���������    *       1  /'   K  meet* on   land.-'  i  '-   1   , He ,1s usually *'     r  '    **.  ������   1,   aklppci... because.    .  *������'"r-1         3  .   / '    he   has   skipped   >  I_.       ������IL  G-m       ft board bill."- *    ������������������> .  The Quaint In Millinery.  Quaintness in tbe dress world Is tbe  most striking feature of the seasou,  tud among the strange conceits of au  tutboritative milliner is the bonnet pictured. This charming little creation  .as  a   double  brim,  half of   which  ��������� On- the Ground Floor.    -  -  "It  is  bound   to   be   the ,greatcsi  scheme of tbe~ century." '.  "Is it?" asked tbe wary man.'  ��������� "Yes, indeed," replied tbe enthusiastic promoter. "Yes, indeed. We are  going to build a line of airships, and  on some hot day when the ice trust  thinks it hns a sure grip on the tbront >  of tbe world we will come along with  tt_ca_fgo__f i:om_tbe__uorth. pole.'! r __  "It sounds well."  "Ob, it Is a world beater."  "But how abont the tlnancinl end?''  "A. million shares at a cent a share!  They nre bound to go to par iu thirty  days."  "They ought to. that's sure."  "Ahem!    Could   I   interest you  In  nbout a nickel's worth?"  *      -������'  The Imperial Canal.  Cblnn In the home of canals, Iho Imperial cnnnl there dating fiom the thirteen Hi century und. having a length ut  over ������,O0O milt's.  Native Iron,  Iron ores aro chiefly oxides, nnil nit*  live Iron Is almost unknown oxrepl lit  I lie. meteorites occasionally picked nit  Bobio native Iron discovered by N6r  doniskjold At Ovlfolt, <Jroot)land, In  WU is now known'to ho ol torrustrlat  origin, all hough It was at (list nup-  posed to bo int'icoilc llko othor muascu.  An Economical Resolution.  "Had you noticed tbat Minnie Is not  so extravagant ns she used to be?"'.  "Yes, indeed! Why, she Is almost ft  tightwad these days.'.'  "I fancy ber father must have given  ber a good going over."  "Not on your life! She's Just rande  up bcr mind to marry young Griggs  and live on $15 a week."  rivruTi BONHir.  icoops over the face, while the other  salt rolls (o show tho hnlr.  Tbe bonnet Is nmde of flowered tnf-  foln and Is trimmed with shaded nil 1c  Qowcra mntihlng (ho tones In the taffeta. On n pretty girl tills con.oatlon  Is fetching.  Strenuous.  "She thinks too much."  "Heallyl"  "Yes; brain fug." ;  "Whnt Js her menlul occupation?"  "Trying to tlud u new remedy for  thlu eyelashes.''  ���������.._  mmmmmmmmmmm.  I  Neither Can Some Others.  "How aro things around here?"  "Demi."  "Why don't you stnrt 8omctlllng?',  "1 couldn't start an nulomoblle."  His Opportunity.  No chnnco for him to turn the trick  If wise reformers will but stick,  Hut If in chunks they split their vote  The bOHu'll get tho people's goat.  ishrtln's Necropolis. .  The necropolis at Unttrt-la. the m-  tor, of the gulf poarl tltlierles, In ono  or tho oldest pieces of man's hnudl*  work In tho world.  Grease Tree of Africa.  An etplorer dUcovered In Africa ���������  tvaa which nnirlttci"* rr������*H"ii������.    It hnn  hold, the simple frock Is transformed larao flowers and hoars trull as big ns  and Is presentable for formul nftornoou s man's head.   I'our of these fruits  Jnro suillcleut to yield more than two  wear,...... r.   .       , ,  The overblouse pictured here Is an  easily copied ono of cream fillet not and  lace, and the glrdlo which'confines It  at the waist is o( cord.  The Llngirle Band,  Among (ho new articles that In������en������  Ions poisons hnvo (bought of to simplify tlio toilet Is (he lingcrlo band Ar  lltdo.elnsp of gold or sllrer to keep  (lie sleeve band of the undcrvest from  sllpplnj," IipIow Hint of the ehemlso or  rorset cover, where It frequently shows  most unattractively. The llltlo bauds  may he act wltb colored stone** or seed  pea'.!*  pounds uf a grease which Is excellent  for Iho manufacture ot cuudles and  for greasing machinery.  Wscsulsy's Precocity.  When "Mucaulay was seven years old  he had begun a compendium of universal history. A year later he wrote  ������ book lu order (o convert to Christ!*  inlfy the natives.of Mnlnbnr.  Berruo Police.  The Borneo police are mounted ot  rnka Instead of horses.   They carry  rifles, and tbey patrol ��������� uttHc.j at  lent 80,000 tquirt miles.  Qelng Away Quit,  Next (o (lie wedding gown, (hegolng  iwny tostiime Is of prlrao Importance.  Most hrldoif this spring aro planning  loBlnrt on Iho wedding trip In a smart-  y nindo tnlYcln suit, with a gay little  Mitnwny contmid shirt (rhnmod with  the approved number of corded puff-  tngs, quillings or plalllngB and at least  two dozen of the ultra smart crystal  bultons, The luffi'ln suit rolgns m-  prcme thin scnaou, nnd no (roiiset'uii  will bo complote wllluuit ono of these  dashing nud fciiilnlno Utile huIIii of  navy blue or plum colored (nffetn or  .f chuiiKciilile, inffi'tii In black nud  sine, bliick ami green, brown and black  n noino uthiT moUlnli combination, At  ���������Iia rtr������t Ktiiiuiliui nhii'i* the dwmv (nf-  fetn Rfllnir nwnj suit will be exchung-  ni tor n moro iinuliciil comuinu uf  ������.rge or one of (lie good looking Kug*  ilnb or twettl mlsturffl, wblcb nre ������l*  ways satUfaclory In well tailored mod*  tls.  Just Hints,  Tty allpplng ������llff collars Inlo a glass  luinbler nftcr (hey nre Ironed end allowing Uiem to thoroughly dry (hey  ������nt\ be nuule (o kcop their shape.  Rlnsllolly Is reslnrfd to rubber by  tonklng It In ono |>nrt of ammonia und  l-vo pnrtM of Hear water until tbe de-  ilrcd results nto ��������� ollnlned. This la  especlslly (ruo lu (he cose of rings or  si her snides (bat Uve Ucoae stiff  ���������wu. brittle.  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  Not having nn Imagination to help  Ihem to retill'/o tholr misery, a lot of  people don't know what It Is (o be In  a bad way.  Intuition Is e thing (hat ��������� mssi  blames whon his wlfo mtikos a ml*  lake.  Rolf overpstlmnlion has much less to  do with failure (bun (he lack of It has.  Ska* *  Kniotlon Is n thing thnt soma people  tnnxk, othera purude and all make  ca'j-iinl of.  if Iho people wo know only will  ninimo us we don't care so much bum  they vsplolt un.  If (ho world would only run on our  schcilule whnt ii inlulity line. Inippy  nud projjrt-Hslve world (tils would bel  'Iho iiimiirc.KKfiil mnn thinks It Is  ������lu*iinc!e������������ pnrllttilty to refute (o "������t  lilm nnini-h Ihlngi up again Just (���������  prove thnt ho can.   ".  There are peoplo so murdtroiiily Inclined (lint If there Is nothing else for  (hem to meddle wltb they bill Htne.  Every mnn hns his.price,.bnl.iomt  prW* are so Inflnlteslmally sinsII thnt  tt docsnt ni't'iii worth while paying  (hem.  tarn  flsKIng  eren   with" your n*!ghbei  may be u\\Mslug-uoill you cons ������  ; w the bllU-^  IH  ���������UI  _______���������__���������_���������! ..^���������i *A���������ii.'1''' ^i>"c������u  : VU: -  ������WS>WTOii|_t|ii-iilii*Wt^wi|e;^||,������^WiJTi-������j^i8^*>W'"  TO������ N'BWS, CUMBEilLAMD, BRITISH COLTTMBtAv  i--)*.  _#***tata������M_4  '.- ':A*".Vvr*'!  ......vi>-^A, :  *tCTtg*^-*T____<l__MKg yga,  'itax___fc\___i____*i_ Vd*'  .<**������������������������*  FECIAL SALE OF  CURTAINS,  MADR/VS -  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN-  MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  MADRAS,  ART SATEENS"  .-���������'or j.-'ay Week,  A^^AArVV*<A^^V^fVS^*^^  ������ ^/E ARK Nf)\V SHOWING .the U-.it  VV assortment ��������� f J^ n.olemn������ at i5Jo  a-i'l fi'2 1.2 amta per square yd, 'p-cial  for psy-flay week 4.c apd Goo per so. .}d  ��������� ������ ������ ������^������yff^.y^*������^.^^  A full line of Furniture, Beds*  Stoyes. and Ranges always ou  A. McKINNOBT  MpPheg Ityork,      Punsmuir Avenue,       Cuj������l)fir.an4  Victoiit,  Ji  IM-one 96^'  C. THOMAS' CROSSING  ������'   Sidney, IJ. C. Phone F 3<5  Cumbj.ri.-tnd, B,C-  Pl.pne 33  5. NAKANO & CO;  B_E,AL, "EESSTATB AQEINTa  L  Hkad Office 518, Fisguard St,  VICTORIA, B, C.  *: * *   *"    . ... .-        .".-'��������� '"   -     '.' ~  MEMORIAL  SERVICE  C'ltiiteiuy Masons ntien-'fid a niemor  i-i! Servire i*. lhe EnjlishGhurch at  y\ mri-A'-ck, on Sunday last, in memory of  ilifi'r ljat/e brother, Mr. Charles Bridges.  'Re*'. Y X. -Willemar preached .1 very  jinpr-ssii/e sermon, and spo!,** very fcel.-  i*).ly of their late brother.  At ilie._lc.--e of his ser.-1.0n Mr. Willi-  .1111' s.j)pke a ._w words to the Masons  uh 1 ucrc .ueudinij the -"ervi_e in 111 em-  ny oi Mr. Bridg*.. who died a year ago.  He ..-.'d i "Your preserve here is a tok-  j_n thai you have not forgotten, on the  f.ontr.ii y, tl ftt you wish to remc'ibc*-  1'i'tn'. vou ha\c done kindly for the sake  of his family.. You hive done wisely ior  {he good nfyo.ir Order. .In' the future  people will have reison to say, Matsoi s  (q pi)t forget their brothers.  0  CHARLES   BRIDGES  DIED  AUGUST 4th, 1911.  IN MEMORIAM.  o:  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tbat  'fhe Wellington Collie7 Railway Com*  paty deposited on February the 201),  1912, in tbe Laacl Registry Office), Victo.  ria, 13. ("., a duly certified copy of the  plan, profile and book of _efe_ once ns approved and saoctionel by t'-e Minister of  Railways of the Provinjc, Februiry Cth,  1912, of a Section of a proposed line of  railway from The Wellington Col iery  Compapy'a railway near Trent Rivor in  Section 6, a, Township 2, Nelson Dl-U  "riot, B, Q., from tbeBO through and over  Sections 6, a, and., and Iyot 80, No *rn  District; Lota 82, 153, 109, 231, 247, 179,  138, 136, 95,   134,  327,   228,   and    also  Jj******,**1*!**^^ t**������*m*******>**rV**t**^^  MAROCCHI BROS    "]  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF ,  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's 1JKER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  SECOND   STREET l  *^!/\iiva*t*)itm*^i^^  Notice,  NOTICE is hereby given that  hu iipjiljcaiiou will bo made on behalf ol thy Ksquiinnlt and  I\ana-  ".Vhat ran ue say r   What can we do ?  To show our sorrow* at the sudden  blow,  Which dealt so swiftly by the Reaper  Dazed us with grief .tnd laid our ioveil  one low,  How can wo ever take up lit'' ."iH'iin,  Resume the weary treadmill day by  day,  When in our hearts a never-cp.-ising .\clie  'j'e'lls ijs of )iu.. so sw.flly swept away.  Open and true in every thing he did,  He understood the broil.ei liond of  man,  The square and compass were his on*?  ward ti^ns ' \  Of coTiprehcnsion of the Maker1*..,.   y  |)l.in, ���������"���������'     [_  find he hits set for those who follow,on ,r  :\ coiirst', which jf he follow |-iii*d'nnd;;;  fast, ,  W.ll blip, us to the ;_randcsi I-odjje of  fill  find place us fui'c to face with hiin at  htbt.  A UROTUKK  imo Railway   Company,    to   the  Section 3, Township 9, Comox District J Board ot'liaijw-iy    (.Oljimisi'inei's  for Cui)ad-i at .lip expiration of  quo iitonth from tbe date of tliia  Notjw, or as soon thereafter as  ll:e applip.Uiuu q:i������ be heard; for  ���������a j"eco|i|tntjiitlatioii to the Governor in Couiicil for the sanction of  a least* of the ISstjuiniait and Na-  naiinp Railway Company to the  Ciiundi?i.n Pacific Kttilway Com  pauy for a term of ninety.. nine  years from Uie iirst day of July,  1912, on tbe iepns and conditions thurt*in mentioned.  ���������> ...   Thia No.ti_c_e,i-5_giveii_pe_i*SAiant,  to tlis provi.iuns of seetion. B01 of  tlie ''Kailwny Act."*  w. h\ SALyi.uiir,   .  Secretary, Esquimau   and, Na  iiiiimo Uailway (.oiiipuny.  Dated at Victoria, the iiTth day oi  July, l.\l%.  to Seotjoa 3, Township 9, Comox DisU  riot, B. C��������� Wellington Colliery ltajlway  Conjpnpy by  W. It. OOULSON,  President,  "F. COMPTON,  Secretary,  NOTICE  NOTICE i.s horeby given that  the partnership iirni of "McKean  & i-jscoc" carrying on business at  Courtenay, 13, C, as dealers in  general nierchai.dist|, was dissolved _ s of the 21st day of July,  _1 ni *? rriii. _i.iici������o_c_\i'iii iii fn_.  tiro be cftiried on by Mr. -Wiiliam  McKean. Al] debts and obligations against tjie said .firm min-t  ne presented for payment to tlie  said "William    McKean,    and   all  H. Hafc&friski. Prop.  <- . .W"H"H'TT'M'^''i,T'r '.,**.  "\.     -^GENERAL REPAIRING. OF-���������   ,     '  Bicycles, Sowing Machines,; ���������%  Guns,E to;; Etc.  Plumbing Done.". ,: \f  * . *  . . i '.'.'. .'. ,-*'  W. Copp's Famous Stoyes & Ranges..  .Stoves and Ranges l *  04  ������  (���������J  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0  Pjllllllllll.KIIIIII!:ill:ll!lll!Plllillinilill|illlin!llllllllllllUIIIUIIIIIIIIIlUIIIIIH  SPECIAL  ANNOUNCEMENT!  ���������5  Gramophone Needles for sale by  .Chas. Segraveat lhe News office.  IN MEMORIAM.  qilARLKS   URUX'.IiH  1HF.D  AUGUST 4di, 1911-  'J'ci one who while here on onrtli,  Did his very, very best  As loving liush.-ind, I'nihor* liro'lhor,  Ami in nil iliin^ * ���������'toiiil the test  As I lid do mi im one -.Miidiince in  *('l\c voln������V) ol ilu*. Swiil Law.  Wc lilies ;,'o;u vjinux hiiml i.li������sp,  Yonr cliiery voire mul frivndl'f  counsel,  Plit the uiL-iiiOry of your Jiiar.y tin-  stilish aa. arid kioillv deed.  Lives will) iih cvcriiuii'p ������n iiictn-  ^ live to nobler Itci^litx  ilult iic 1 lie .ml uliovc th't*,  I'liend und brothti of out Inter  til-.) li,  {n'oiic knew the* but to lor������ tlinf,  None niniccl tHee hut to jiraive.  ,A HWOTHBR  Mr. and Mrs. *Io1hi Kiftlnn  und  Mii-K Ji'^io Fnuni'. nrrive*iJ hoim*  ,'tl    1  Htu.-U'tJ   K'DI,    UI'll      t-|.(*ll������t.4������^  H iu-v day is vviUt uitiuii.ui uniuii  Hay  ' AHitTt (i\antt Hon of   Mr.   R.  (Ivtint   rirt-ivoi.     ftfiii  Virtiirin on  Tln������]riiliiy la-it.    lie expfcth lo ro  |tu'i������ qii V'rMrty.  debfs and obligations dne or ac  cm in g due .aid linn must be paid  to the said 'William McKean.  Jf. Ii I������". IIlscok  W. G. McKran.  Dated July 2fltli,'-]������12.  _3  H-\LUDAY-SMITII.  The church of S'. Andrew, Sandwick,  wns the centre of interest on Thursday,  July 251I), when the wedding wassole'm  nized of Victor, fourth son of Mr. and  Mrs. J. A. Hallid.iy, Kllnrsleigh (".rani-e,  Sandwick, and Annie M-irg ret, second  daughter of Mrs. W. II. Smith, of  Sandwick, and late of Temple Ewell,  England. The church was tastefully'  adorned, the decorations, which included a wedding bell, being of sweet pea.,  with marguerites, ferns and moss.  rhcRe'v. J. X. Willemar officiated.  The bride, who was attired ih white silk  veil and orange blossoms, was .^tended  by the Misses MMdred and Margaiet  Smith is bridesmaids and gven aw,(y by  her brother, Mr. E. Hugh Smith. Mr.  Merlj Halliday lilted the responsible  olicc of best mui. After the ceremo y. g  was over the guests attended breukfavt  and reception gi'.enby. the * bride's  mother, at ihe c nclii'->ion of which, the  happy couply left for Albemi to spend  : then- honeymo.m,,and their ^buggy   was  maim ������i._j-hw m  FOlt SAUK-Standai'd bred  driving mart- _>J Yt-iir*. old, als"  riibboi* tired biiyg'y and harness in  good (jyiidition. Apply Uunilier-  laiul Hotel.  last seen towing   two  old   boots   down  Mission I-1 ill.  * Wanted at onco tlio address of  Oswald Nwslnmi. Il-this should  meet his tjyo ho will boar of eutuo-  tiiing io bis" advantage, ltoply  to Row Canon VA. Sylvii-Wlusc,  Nanaimo, Ii, O.  ~\VANTIvI_ ��������� IVaciier for No. 7  school. Apply F, Jaym*-, Sectv-  tary,' Ouinhorlaud, B. C,  GIDEON   HICKS   PIANO   CO'Yt' ���������*  beg to announce that tuey havo, taken  over the Victoria Branch of Hicks &  Lovick Piano Company, and.business,  in future will  be earned   under the  above name-.       ._    ,,   J  ���������   The Policy of the Company will be  continued ou   the principle that.no  sale'is desirable unless the purchaser's   .  satisfaction is such as to lead to other  sales and hold the  good  will' of the  customer.  All accounts now  standing in "the  name of Hicks & Lovick Piano Com- ���������  pany will be payable to " .  GIDEON JHICKS PIANO. CO'Y-  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,   Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  liiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirai���������  ^iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiniiiiiiiy;i!iiiiii!iiiiiiiii;iiiiiiniiiiiiniiuiiiiiitii!ii!ii!iiii;:iii^  =  Capital Paid Up $7,491 880.  ZSmSSSLli  1  i  Buy Your Groceries and  Fruit at  ������l!e"Ikai  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,  Men's Furnishings,   Boots 8c  bm* mm **���������> ������->���������-* j  Mi������   mm *m* mm  *fm ^* W<fe  .W>  K *mt m   Imt  McRae, Acton, Hayman  ���������Ro*.*rvQl$8,4Qhl78  I   Tfi^RSyaTBan^  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CUKUKNOY,   PAYABLE -AU,  | OVER   THE    WOULD.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interen  B   at highest' Ciirretit ltaics aliuwi-d 611 Di pos-it*- of ifl and upwarils.  I C*OMBEELANT>, B. O., Biuncli, Open Daily.  UNIOar WHABF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Xhursdaya  D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  Open Daily.  E  %  COURTSMAY,   B. 0 ,    Branch,  WM, HOFF, Manager,  %|llll_IHIIilllllUIIIHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIH  *6W_M_������'iri*TJ*r__WMBt11  P. PhilLipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  t=V. BOfioSfl=  Manufaotiirer of MINBRAL WATER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20,,..  CUMBERLAND  Rrt  -'SHLV---      "HUMBER    ..  IfyouQct-lfot      PLIMLEY'S  s   **  It's oil night  I llHVt?   U**������H    itlHtl'l Otl'll    il)* tilt*  iieir*1 of tfiv Into (', II, At-vm  t"  fi'lUn-t.   jt>   nil iM'p������nmt*i dm*   Uh*  v, tiiti*. mi I'tiv.*.   ru������-t! i%)\ nt  t>iy ftllitt* rai������! M*ltl<- mw*  \VI.SkKV Wn.LARD.  ^'|s/;i;^ A������!rsfh'i.-tt-*������ti-������r.  'i-iia v *jra������rrs_y_f'  i;,saci&c^^a s^^^'i^^  t$tfii%  I  There's Cycling Satisfaction  in  a  x_j ������ \������\> i___ a y 1  The cyclist who invests in  n  ������������������SINOKR" Cycle is safe |  from every point of view.   The "Sinjier" Cycle is n marvel of  modern inei'lmnism, and it* benutv besides.     Including lhe  "Kinder Roval" lor ladi<'H, we   h1u������w rottr models,  ranging in  juice Irom .V65.    WiUe lor a list lo-day.  i  W-lllMMtMMMl  I  THCS. PLIMLEY  730 YATBS ������TRKl*iT  VICTO  mnmmm=��������� - mxzz~=wm&mi -


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