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 **".  ������������������_   ���������>������!*_.  /?  YOXTe"'FIRST   OF'tHE   MOOTH   ORDERS   TO  THE   IDEAL   STofa}lli sl ������������   *  2?r.  ?3 a, J?-~  A Journal Devoted Especially, to tHe Interests of Comox District.  Tun News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND   B.C.,    WEDNESDAY,   JULY 24 :gia  Subscription #i.oo a Ykajr  i**f^im^*m.t^a^t*a^^ \  GREAT CLEARANCE!  r  I to  I. ������  m* t I  Here is a' rare opportunity to secure fashionable white,  wear at astonishing prices. " Do not miss this opportunity!  Everything marked in plain figures on a Rod Tag. J  I-.adi*p rs* Waists, Ooraet Covers,  Drawsra, Night Gowns, Under������  siortfi?!, Aprons, Dainty White and  Colored Dfesses, in the newest  ��������� styles -and correct trimmlngs.  pedal .Prices or Window Curtain Muslin  ]A Full Range of Matting Rugs���������every prkej  All Whitewear  in  oes; Everything  lain Figures  r^r  mTam-lmmXmOma'ar^ll'm.mmUmiVmmmtrmCCmfriTt^m^  :if$&L  l SICQOH IiEISER & CO.,lid!  ores.  _^  Special Bargains in  Ladi  ^itewear  Now is the tin.-* to till your whitewear requirements,  at prices which will appeal to the direful buyer:���������  Night Gowns  Corset Covers  Drawers  Uuderkirts  From $1.50 to 2.-25  From 35c to 1.25  From 6uc. *,o j.p.5  From 1.25 io -2.75  We have also a full range of Prints, Ginghams, Cham  brays and l������aucy Muslins, well worth your inspection,  Exceptional values in Men's Negligee and Soft Shirts in  stripes and dot patterns to suit all tastes from   Si to 2.75  The CpMari Department Stores..  W.A..'WAGENHAUSK       F.P>'ONATE-   ,  proprietors   Dnnsmuir Ave., CUMBERLAND, B. 0.  Phone 10  P. 0.  Box 100  OBmmUVSS. \_*Via*_K__a_S^.*3_ra^  '^&&mS&&&tt m^^^<^t^^^^m0^^mo^^  T**m-rjmiam-mvama*rx^my^^  Fatal Shooting'  Accident  G. Herbert Aston Meets Wis Death  Through The Accidsntel Discharge  Of As) Automatic JteytiUver  ���������ft  G. Herbert 'Aston was fataly  shut on Saturday night hy a revolver in tho hands of John 0.  llurlacker. The accident, happen  od in the electric powor house  while thoy wore examining tut  'automatic revolver. The shot  struck Aston in the forehead arid  ���������pui.sed out 'through llio top of his  head, injuring the .brain'.* lie  ������������������A-as immediately couvoyiid to the  'hospital, where it was found that  nothing could he done for the  unfui'tuniite yomio; man, Ho succumbed to his injuries at 1 p, m.  .on Sunday, being uneoncunis  when he died. Ilni'lackcr  thought that he hud extruded nil  the shells from the revolver, but  .otic had remained in.the chamber  'that' he did not notice, and point  jmg.lho gun at Aston it went oft',  with the above fatal result Mr.As  ton was a native of South Wales,  aged 20 ychi;;, and had been a  resident of this city for about two  yeaiv*, being engaged in the  ���������j<M*.**.|Wy lnminnfi** until recently.  'The     funeral     tonl*    vducf   m*  a  Tuesday afternoon from T. K,  Brinks undertaking par'ors to the  Methodist church, theuce to the  Cumberland cemetery lor liilcr-  Micnt, Rev, J. Hood officiating,  The local Orangemen and Orange Young Britons, of which  deceased was a member, attended the funeral, headed by the  Cumbcilam! J.rass Band  An inquest was held   before  Coroner Abvams ou Monday,  ,'iud a ve������ diet of accidental  j-jjeotiuy HrMiinefl    by *>hc juiy.  Mrs. Patsnore, of Courtenay,  mother of Mrs. Henry llichards,  Courtenay roa<l, died al her residence* on Tiicfidpy morning. She  hud been a resident of the distiict  for several yours.  iHE CANADIAN  OF COMMERCE-  CAPITAL $15,000,000  -REST, $12,500,000  ^Itilfm^pmmmlmf^m^^  Lacrosse Smoker  At Courtenay  -^>.  Jlov. U. C. Freeman arrived  home from Bella Ooola ou Tuesday evening.  Miss Eva Bieklo, daughter of  Mr. K. W. Bickle, parsed a must  creditable examination at tlio recent McGill Matriculation exam?,  which eecuVes to her a se.euml  class lifo ccrliiicato.��������� We congnit  ulato Miss Bieklo, also her parentis  on hor success,  TyOST���������A pockotbook contain  iiij?; a liir^o sum of money,- between "Strikers Point" and Cumberland, Reward will be paid on  return to John Orr, Clark's  boardinghouso, Penrith Avo,,Cuin  l),.rluud, B. 0.  FORSAI.U���������A full sized lot  wiih nine fruit trees aud 6-roym  house partly furnished, with pan  try, buth room and basement lull  -ha of house. Hot and cold  water and electric light. Apply  to the owner R. Ualcrow, corner  First St, and Maryport Ave.  Mr. Harry Creech and. family  Iv ft by Wednesday's boat for Vic  toria.  George Willard aud John Cam  ciou left by their autos for Victoria ou Sunday.  Frank Bradley left by Wednesday's boat en route for Cle  Hlluui, Wash. Frank intends  working at thut place.  1', P. Uiiij'i'iuii liiu i*e*'<*iili\  pvjvhu-v.l m now "(Mi'dntcr H(i"  .i-'C ])'is**eli;]el' touring car. .  Il i*** expected that Hid ci'ineiit  ���������dduwalkn will be i-taikd next  week,  A   Most  Eisjoy^blg  Entertainment  Given in Courtenay Opera House  On Thursday, July 18th  A-lncrosoc smoker was held iu  the Courtenay Opera House on  Thursday evening last, nt which  those who wore i'ortunalB enough  to be present had a most enjoyable time, Two littlo sons of J.  II, (Johnston, who bus donated a  eup for a seiies of nine lacrosse  games for coming season, gave  an exceedingly clever exhibition  of boxing, whii'li went three  rounds to 11 draw, followed by a  wrestlingexhibition between Sandy Swanson and Rod. McCuish.  McCuisli not in good condition,  but gave lighter man. a very .in ���������  tcroBling live minutes. Result  was win for Swanson, Johtiny  Potter and Young Powell, of Van  eon vor, went threo rounds to a  draw. Swanson although spine-  what -tired from previous bout  with MeOuish went on for two  live minute periods with Andy  Thomson, of Cumberland, They  were evenly matched. 'Result  oiio fall to each, .1. Graham 100  11m, vs. K. Ritchie ,15S,lbs , went  a-fast and exciting three rounds  to 11 draw,     Va.*;h und Kid Clark'*,  Ui    N_*.,Hvw ..,.*...,      J-  ^  llllci'Ct'ting tiiux1 ���������'���������j'i*-...*.., ivbii'li  wns declared a draw by rol'en e,  although Y������sr, won popular <!c-  eision. .1 o) ly, ex -heavyweight  i,*hampioii of Scotland, wan in no  condition to stand tho fast work  of Duwlcy, ex-heavyweight ehaitv  piou of B. tr. Jle (jiiil in first  round vA his nbwe was !;iken liy  Boit   Boldi'iu (colored) of   (.niii-  feree had no choice but to awiird  the fight to Dawley,' The event  of tbo evening was u four round  go, between Tex Poster and Slim  Turner. Foster apparently had  Turner at his mercy, as the long  fellow did not i-eem able to iind  his opponent. "While Referee  Dawley declared Ihe bout a draw,  there is no doubt had they gone  a couple of more' rounds Foster  would easily have had the decision  Several oniovablo fongs were ren  ti    n* n  dered during tbe evening, and  everybody ' went    home   feeling  perfectly satisfied. At the conclusion of the smoker the chairman Frank Cameron proposod a  vote, of thanks to thnni   who  had  so kindly helped the lacrosse  boys out by contributing liquid  refreshments and tobacco. This  included all the hotel men of  Cumboihuid, Courtenay and the  Imperial Tobacco Co., of Canada,  who through their repie.enlalivo  R, M. Shuw, distiibiitod packages  of Meerschaum Smoking Tobacco  and Black Watch Chewing, which  were very much appreciated by  those present who used Ihe weed.  A schedule of lacrosse games for  the test of the season will bo issued shortly, and the   managers of  MONEY ������EIDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc ? ;;afc_ convenient ancT  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money.    These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Tcrritory)-and in the principal cities cf tho United States, are issued at  the following rates:  $5 nnd under .'    3 centa  Over    5 aad not exceeding $10    6     "  "     10      " " 30 10    "  "     SO      " " 50 .MS     "  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  8.0  obould bo mado by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS,   Issued without deUy at reasonable rates.  CUMBMULAMD  BUAKCW \7, T. WIII.XI3,   IffunfiRfi*  both teams promife the publie  that thoy can itxpoct a };ood clean  article of lucrosao at. all limoa,  CAMJMm'lvL    1UVK1.  The big ''Tyec*' s.'dmon are  expucfed lo anivc in . Campbell  River Ibis week.  The lln-t motor car from Camp  hell River to Me! vor Luke wu.i  up on Tuesday.     ....���������*,  Mr. C Thu I in, proprietor ol*  the AY il lows Motel, Campbe.il  River, Mr. Herglund, <*f Lund,  and chalTetii' ai rived from CMnp-  bull River ou Tuo.**day, Tli.^y  iiiiulu the trip in two hours ami a  half, /"  Chat lio McUonahl, of Camp,  bell lliver, has been laid up with  a broken leg for the past month,  Chin lie was I'ormarly one ef the  Bio; Stove stidf here.  The Knights ot P\thias and  Pythian Sisters will attend Tor-  vice all he Methodist church next  vSuuday evi.'trii*|*-  A man from .Seattle made tii������;  'rip from Victoria to Naniaur'  by auto a'-borl time ago in two  bonis aud a half with his -par.-  .scnge*-'!*; tied in he car, 'i'lr.  police went after bim, but could  not catch him.  0, II. l������\*ehimr_ of the River.  side Hotel, Cmirteiiity, lias recent.  ly purcbai-ed a new "Chalmer 13(C*  live'jiusseiioor toiirinrj* car,  The  5f;lEZ!S^  ollowiu^' is the schedule  for thn arrival and departure of  the mails:���������-  Arrive Tuesday., at 8.30 p. m,  Arrive Thursday at....8.3.0 pm  Arrive Saturday at*...H.3������ P "'���������  Depart Wednesday ... *at 7 a m.  Depart Krulay ��������� ���������. ���������'.��������� ^ 7 a.m.  Dcpmi Saturday....at 4.30 pm  iSMmMmmM mt-U-lM |(jn*"WWW*W������'*������HII'  **t>*ijtt,--m.a**tmr.*  r-*,������������������# m������*  ,,-mim,W**M%aW*ft m m-mamam*  *<  asiDa^s of Campbell'sClearance Sale  0mVan������M*m#-m\mmr**0mW-mtmm^^  r   )  * I *(*.*- t  . .  - *  W])eciai Daryjuns in   ruinh.uiih  prints, srinj^hynis, laces, embroideries, ribbons, [odd  ... IcnolhsT from  our numerous sale specials    tamm'war-attom. **mH*ftm*r������..*������*���������*> k*i*&'* mH>m**M#*s ���������**!������***���������  rierlalMl,  wl'o    a]  !'������������������''* 11 ij;-;  iiiivnt^  that he i������tood ur* ehiiiK,������'   v.'ill'.   the  .i. lb Ar    A. (hiunpioii,  reflated  t.������P������ifcli fold tactic   ������l������i.t iW re-'ti,  ,1.  A clicico lot of traveller*'* sample;; in wool liou<!y<'oiii.- --.>rt*-*'-.  an<! color-, pi'iivs from $1.(10 to ������2,00 each, about half   th;    ac'uil value.  Vy"*' h;������v(,* jii'f opt'iU'd a full raoifo of our bono im t.*).*nipt.������nV C<.i>"l*-������ iu the  l-.r*,-*.; !,t\if.*. iiai! iiifj.U:!.',    An   early    iiispi-c'ion    of th>'*o cMpi'hiicly    mado*  i ��������� 1.  ,-"V  iyarii  mmtm'mmm.mmmmmrw'Jmmm..**;  Bros  0  ������<-*: m-mr-^-^*m*af^ *.-mm)m*a\mta **  feOT^^^I?^^ THE OTiW'Sf. CUMBERLAND, B. C  IN WE  BALANCE  By L G, MOBERLY  Author of "  "Dan and Another," "A T������n_t8<l  Web,"    "8ln of Allsp'vOeec  Ino," etc, ale.  WARD, LOZK  ft CO.. LIMITED  London, M������lbo_rn������ and   Toronto.  ��������� ���������"���������������������������      (Continued}.;  "Good evening," ' Miles' said courteously, going ..towards Mr. Fowler,  with-outstretched hand. "1 am afraid  from Avhat my, butler tells mo that  a tragedy has happened on the very  outskirts of tho park. Is it truo that  young Tritton- "  'One moment, Hernesley," Mr.  Fowler lifted his hand, "we mustn't  lot you go on; We ought to explain  our presence here before you say any  more. 1 came myself���������because���������I  Volt T must stand by you. You will  understand that I had no other alternative but to issue the warrant?"  "Tho warrant? What warrant?  Miles' grey eyes looked with amazement into the other's grave and kindly face,  "What warrant?' he repeated; "do  you mean to. tell me a'warrant has  already been Issued in connection  with young Tritton's death? Was It  ���������murder?" ������       \,  The last word���������almost whispered  though it was, sent a little thrill  through the small party assembled in  the library, and Mercer, standing just,  within the doorway, muttered under  his breath���������  "Oh!  good Lord���������good Lord!",  "I am ...raid there is no doubt that  It, is a case of murder." Mr. Fowler's  voice was very .solemn. "Doctor  "\yilson, who was fetched directly  Ifobson found the poor man, considers that death was practically instantaneous, following upon a blow  from behind."  "From behind," Miles repeated mechanically, "but why was he  murdered? Who wanted to do any  harm to a poor creature like that?"'  Silence again followed his words, a  silence so significant, that Dorothy,  who had remained in the background,  listening intently to the dialogue,  now drew nearer to the four men,  her eyes fixed on Mr. Fowler's grave  face.  "Hernesley, my dear fellow, I am  more distressed than I can say by  the errand that has brought me here  tonight. I can hardly realize even  now that the vhole thing is not  some detestable nightmare, but���������-"   _!But?i2���������-Miles-said-sharplyr-when  jeet could  I have in killing young  Tritton?"  "1 caq't begin to,suppose you guil-  i ty," Mr. Fowler said quietly, "but���������  the'circumstantial evidence is,   very  strong,  and���������forgive me,' Ilerhesley,  but���������it seems that���������there was an alleged motive,"        y  y'A motive?" Miles stared ut his accuser,     whilst    Dorothy,    her.   eyes  alight -with indignation, a flush    or  color in l.cr face, came softly to her j ment  j husband's    side,    and   put* her hand,  through his arm.y  > "Look here, it would simplify matters, aud save time,, if 1 put the facts  before you in all their brutal frankness,, if-Lady Hernesley will forgive  me',"^' I'-*''*   *'-*���������- . '       ','*���������'  'T should like' to hear the facts:'as  yon' know them. They cannot: include the commission of a crime by  my husband. That T know'la quite  Impossible."-." Dorothy v answered  proudly, lifting her head and looking  iip1 at .Miles with a triumphant smile  on her face.  "1 agree with you," Mr. Fowler said  quickly, "hut we must take the facts  as wo find them. Two hours ngo  Hobson found -Mr. "Denis Tritton's  dead body at tho junction of tho lane  and the common. It is a very lonely, piece of road, and but for Hob-  son chancing to como on duty tliat  way instead of by tho main rond, iho  discovery might havo been postponed  for hours. Mr. Tritton was lying face  downwards amongst the grass by the  roadway, and by his side was a loaded stick, an ebony stick with a silver handle bearing the initials M.  G, H," Miles started forward with  an inarticulate exclamation, but did  not further interrupt Mr. Fowler,  who continued slowly:  "The stick had struck young Tritton with such force,that Doctor Wll-(  son opines that he died instantly, and'  the marks of blood upon the stick  bear put the theory that the blow  was a terrible one. The dead man  was carried Into the cottage on the  common, which by a strange- coincidence seems to be his own house,  let just now to an artist."  "Yes,, yes, Mr. Bevan," Miles  ftruck in. *    .  "The artist was out for the evening, but his caretaker helped us, and  told us that Mr. Tritton had been  there only an hour or two earlier,  and that ho seemed in a very excited  state of mind. Ho had met Sir Miles  just outside the gate, she said."  "Met me? Yes, yes, of course, he.  met me, as I was coming away from  my sitting." '  "He seems to have gone into the  painter's house after" all, still in a  very excited state, and when he left  there the: caretaker saw him turn up  the lane. She was the last person  who saw him alive���������with the exception of the man who���������murdered him."  "At what timo is it supposed that  the murder took place?" Dorothy said,  her gentle voice bringing a sense of  _calm into the disturbed atmosphere.  BRANTFORD CARRIAGES!  RIGHT  In  DESIGN, RIGHT Jn   MATERIAL  RIGHT In STYLE and FINISH'  RIGHT In EVERY way  CRICULTURM  IMPLEMENTS  the other hesitated.  "But���������Hobson came to me for a  warrant, and the circumstantial evidence he advanced made it impossible for mo to refuse what ho camo  for. I insisted on accompanying him  that I might see you myself, and  try to explain "  "Explain?" Miles glance traveled  round the three men's faces, "what  is there to explain? Why have you  come to me? If you have given Hobson the warrant, there Is an ond of  Ul   Where do I come in?"  "Hernesley���������I don't know how to)  say it," Mr. Fowlor's volco was quite  tremulous, "tho evidence was so  strong, there was no.choice left me  ���������tho warrant has had to be made  out against you."  "Against���������me? Against mo?" Miles  repeated in dazed accents, "has  everybody..gono mad? What makes  you supposorthat I "  "Walt a moment,*' Mr. Fowler interposed, "don't Bay anything hastily,  my dear follow, It is my business to  remind you that all you say may be  used in ovidonce against you."  "Let it be used," Miles answered,  laughing, a Bhort scornful laugh;'  "you don't purely imagine. I am likely to say anything that would convict mo of Biich a blackguardly  crime? Why Bhould I wish to strike  a man down from behind?   What ob-  "Between seven and eight," ^Doctor  Wilson, answered, speaking for the  first time;  "Between seven and eight? Why,  Miles, that settles the whole thfng  at once.   You were-���������-"  'Twas walking home along the lane  between seven and eight,',' Miles put  in grimly. "I came back from the  home farm by the lane, and  stick "  my  crossed her own mind, it was  good to hear this vigorous young  champion express hor certainty in his  innocence, lu spite of her own faith  in him, the night following his arrest  had been a long sleepless one for  her; she carried the marks; of the  weary hours' In"her tired face, and  heavy eyes, and the sympathy of tho  girl with Hhe.'face ".like Spring (as she  expressed it to herself) was very  sweet toher. ,  "And all the time you don't know  who I am," the girl exclaimed, coming closer to Dorothy and touching  her.hand caressingly. "Mother says  I sever .think-enough, about the ordinary conventions of life; but, some*  how, Iho ordinary conventions never  seem to matter much, and when big  dreadful things happen I don't think  the  conventions  mutter at all.'  "I nm suro you miiBt be Betty,"  Dorothy smiled again as she put the  question, "You can't be anybody but  Mr. Bovnn'3 Betty."    ., *���������������������������,'���������*  "Mr. ...van's Betty"���������a soft flush  ran over the lovely face, "Ho is over  so good to me, and he has painted my  picture.   Ho calls me 'Nauslcaa.'"  Dorothy's glance rested tenderly on  tho flushed face; she felt old enough  in mind and heart to be the mother  of this lovely creature, who seemed  to carry about with her something of  the infinite charm of a child.  "My husband told me about the  picture, and about you," she said. "I  meant to go and see you and your  mother���������but now������������������"  "Now we shall, only think how wo  can help and comfort you," was the  impetuous answer; "and���������I. feel as if  I had been partly the cause of all this  dreadful thing."  "You?"1 .-'*;  "It was I who found the letter Mr.  Tritton's mother wrote" to Sir George  Hernesley. Mr. Tritton came yesterday and told Mr. Bevan all about it.  I was there when he came."  "Then you were there just after  my husband?"  (To be Continued.!  Way to Wis.  Bronson���������What'sy the best way to  make lovo to a girl? -.������������������<;.  Dawson���������The worst way possible.0  Then she'll think you mean it.���������Puck.  ���������A ���������llttleygirl; who livea/.In North-  field, Mass., was going home from  church service ono morning when she  suddenly burst out with the-words:  * "Oh, mother! Couldn't father do  that Mr. McConnollwouldn't have/to  something of Gen. Benevolences, so  beg for him beforo.everybody., in tho  church'."!-*-Lob Angeles Times.  ���������Butler���������There's,a man below Lb see  yon, sir. ������    ���������   *  . ,   -  ]\liiyberry���������What did you tell hlrn?  Butler���������I told him you told mo, if  it was a. lady, to say you were in, and  that lf���������lt was a man, to say you wero  out,     ' '      --.'"'.���������  Maybcrry���������What did he say then?  Butler���������Ho snld to'toll you he was  a lady.     *  The ease with which corns, and  warts can be removed by������H.olloway's  Corn Cure is its strongest recommendation.   It seldom fails.  Suspicious.  Mrs. Talkalot���������Mrs. Dashaway says  h.r house is full of antiques.  Mrs. Pneurlch���������I knowed it was  full of something. I seem em' sprinkling insect powder around the other  day.���������Judge. ..'  GREENLAND'S   ICE   CAPS  MOTHERS PLEASED WITH  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  A"mother who has once used Baby's  Own Tablets, for her littlo one never  fails to show her pleasure at the result. She ������at once realizes that they  aro the ideal medicine for baby���������being absolutely safe and free from Injurious drugs and at the same time a  suro cure for all the little ills from  which babies suffer. Mrs. P. Ther-  iault,y Pacquetvillle, N, B��������� wwrltes:  "Please Bend ... me another box of  Baby's Own Tablets. I was extremely  pleased with the last. My baby was  greatly / troubled jvlth constipation  and vomiting, but the Tablets quickly  cured her," The Tablets are sold by  medicino dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  "What you need," said the wordy  medico iu his ponderous way, "is an  enlargement of your daily round, a  wider circle of activity."  'Mebby that's right,"' said the patient. "I'm a bareback rider in a  one-ring circus."���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer  New  Map of the Island, a  Reminder  of  Erichscn's Tragic  Fate  Toronto Man Cured  of Intolerable Itch  Mr, ,T. K.  HonpiT,  'lor on to,  By Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment  "I JiiKt wnnt to pay n (.nod wont for Cull-  rum Honp nml Ointment. 1'oiir or livo yearn  ���������go I was In Port Arllmr, mul I had un uttocle  cf tlio Itch. Jt certainly wns an Intolerable*  nuisance, Tins iti'liln/r wan principally nt  nlrditH l>t*foro I went to bed.   Tlm thl.lm  vi.rn i."i\r.'.UM" nft'i'ftfil,  "I went to two doctors about It, and ttl<*<l  j..;.;c |V;;ii (.in* trinnK    1  "���������:, i l,f(rlliv.ltur IJ  think tlio eompliiim won Int'iiriililo, wlici* I  V-iis l.'lllni. my tiuulilu to a biirliir, ond ho  *:ilrt that he would KUtirniitw to curo mi*. Ha  ������uld mo tu U.1.U a hoi }i;\}l, 11*0 UltiCllIi  Roup, nnd thon u'M'ly (*utIntm Olntrnrnt.  I tonic hli ndvlrn, nml, riiro cnoimli. tho lie i  vanished. 1 liwJ lUohiihly l>.*rii troubled with  <*-.,��������� .. ;. .'.. '��������� , -,,: " ������������������������������������* -.--'-. ' '��������� ���������'.' *  trli*rl riitlmni ,'Joa[i mid Olritiiimt. ami tijoy  romiili'tily eti.wl ino of tlmt inlolcrtthlo  ���������"iiitsttii.'i*. After mm vvarin hath with Cult-  fiira Hemp ninl u .* of th" ('utlcura Ofiitirtfnt  1 will never trouhli'd with tlio helium uk-jIii.  Anylhln.'t In thi-i ti.**,tlinoiilal 1 would ho pro-  nnrcdtoi.wi'iirlolnarourtoflaw." (Klmu*il)  j. E. Iluopi-r. ljUBi'arliamoat fcslrtot, iorouto,  Jan, 10, toil.  Tut ������.<*���������.*. f\M r, c.-r.(T.M^.*,C*'.lt(.'���������;r. ?a*\.  ������nd Omlmf-nt havo iitionlid thn t-.pc������*<ti-f*.t,  ���������Imphit i*nd tnn������t cronomlfn! tri*:itmn,i for  hkin nud it*.alp l.iliuui.-:. i'.M hi <lu;������,;!-lt  ���������nd d������ i.l(ifl rvi-tywhf re A lll'ti.il rumple ot  mo!*, with 32-MB 1'ooV, miit It**, to mty  KhPcfn, bv tl������i������ I'otti-r Dm*,' A (.'li������*in. Corp,  M Ci*!ui������l>ui Ave,, lUtilon, V, &. A.  "Remember my -warning, Hernea-  ley," Mr.,Fowler said gravelv, "all  that you say now* "  "It is all I shall evor bo able to  say," Miles interrupted withr a smile,  "if I were standing before a jury I  could not say more or less, and I wish  to say hero, now,'before my wife, he-  -fore you all, just what happened this  evening as far as I am concerned. I  came homo from tho farm along tho  lane. I struck into tho lane from the  farm road, about a hundred yards  higher up than tho Junction of the  lan'e and tho common. As far ns I  saw, tho place was absolutely deserted. I did not moot a soul. I shall  bo qulto unable to prove an alibi  but tho accusation against mo Is nevertheless���������absurd."  "And your stick, Hornoslay?"  "Oh I my stick. I took it out with  mo, but I missed it when I got back.  I either loft it somowhere ln the  courso of my aftornoon vlsltii or I  dropped it. My mind was absorbed  In very important buslsoas, I lmvo no  Idea what I did with my stick."  An ominous sllonco Tallowed his  words, a sllonco hrolton by Dorothy,  "You spoke of a mollfo, Mr. Fowler. What concelvablo mollvo could  my husband bo supposed to hnvo for  murdering Mr. Tritton?"  "Tho dend man'n pocketa wore  searched," camo the prompt roply,  "and letters woro found thoro which  supply what, In tho oyos of tho world,  may soeni nn overwhelming motive,  Krom thorn it. appears that this young  man, this Tritton, was a claimant for  tho HornoHloy title and property���������  that In fact ho was Sir MIIob' rival,  preparing io turn your husband out  of thp Inheritance,"  aaaaaaaaaaaa  "I hail to como, Thoro did not  Hf*nm to bo anything olso In tho world  tn do but to oomr* slrolght to you, We  only heard Oils morning, Mr. riovan  como and told uh, and I namo nlriilRlit  to you," 'Jhe eager words wero poured out In a clear, glrllHh voice, nnd  Dorothy, standing very orect and still  hy tho library table, thought sho had  novor Hoen anything lovelier than tho  girl's faco lliat was lifted to hers. The  bluo fiyeiB wore dim with team the  exquisitely cut lips trembled, a pas-  ,,'������������������.    -n   aj iii.-.tUi^     ������W'������    ������������������AJiruH.IOII    111  nvftry lniM* nnd movovn(*nt.  "Your butler did not want (o lot  mc In," tho linvopt volco continued  pl< atllngly, "I think ho felt that I wuh  Intruding; and pnrhaps I am, perhaps  ho wim right.   But T couldn't hear to  .      * .  .v..-'........ .     ji-i .,    .,t.V-    ������.V.V    t'.iu,,.*,   ,1111111*  Iii this great houso with all your happy nienuiH-'f*. whilst your husband Ih  wrongfully accused of Hoiuolhlng ho  horrible,"  ".'hen    you    lulli-v.   in Mi  lt Is a Liver Pill���������Many of the ail-  m'erits that man has to contend with  have-their origin ln a disordered liver,  which is a delicate organ, peculiarly  susceptible to the disturbances that  come from Irregular habits or lack of  caro in eating and drinking. This accounts for the great many liver.regu-  ���������lators-now��������� pressed-on-the-attention  of sufferers. Of these there Is none  superior to Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills. Their operation though gentle  isi.effretire, and the most delicate can  uso'ytheiu.  ,What"is said to be the first accurate map and description or. North-  cast Greenland, showing that tho  great island stretches much further  eastward than lias been generally assumed, appears this week in the Copenhagen Geographical Journal.  The authors are the Dane, Capt.  Koch, and the Gorman, Dr. Wegener,  both of whom survived the ill-fated  Denmark expedition, the leader of  which, Myliua Erlch6en, met his  death in a tragic manner, as did his  unfortunate companions, Hagen and  Broenlund. t.,  Hagen finished his sketch maps of  Denmark Fiord and Independono*;  Sound while dying of hunger and exposure, while ...roenlund after Ha-  gen's death draggod himself with  both feet frozen to the depot on  Lambert's Lund, where ho arrango'l  his work in such a way that it could  bo easily located. Then ho lay down  and died too.  The most valuable feature of ;ue  Denmark report Is tho map of the  hitherto unexplored region of East  Greenland between tho seventy-  ninth nnd tho olghty-second parallel,  although tho ont.ro-work covers the  land between 75 degrees 43 minutes  to tho northernmost point ot Greenland, 83 degrees, HO mlnutos, Thero  aro also the results of Myllus Krloh*  sen's excursions lo Shannon Land  and tho Pendulum Islands,  Dr, Wegener tells "of the peculiar  Ice conditions In thoso Inhospiliihlo  ro'tloiiH, Elsowhero in similar high  latitudes Mnvico molls every summer for a brief period and drifts  awny, hut tho Ino cap In North-oust  Oroonland never niolib.  It Is only whero tho full force nf  llio polar ourront KtriUon licndlands  and outlying Islands thai, tho Ico Is  broken up lu places and carried n*  way, , long Iho wholo coast tun!  Imtwoon tho seventy eighth and hov-  ninth (legr���������0H, known as fJlacior liny,  both land and sea nre covered by one  vust coiitlnuotin Ico slu'd,. Tlio UiI.h  liore cauHc tremendous strains and  stresses, but tbo perinnnnil.  cap provi'iitH llio formutlon of  hcrgs.  Noj;th Carolina has a naval war. of  its own on its .hands. Gov. Kitchin  has ordered the naval brigade's cruising vessel with the pacific name' El-  frida to go to Albemarle Sound to put  down the outlaw fishermen who insist  on violating the' orders of the fish  commissioner.  The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove  Suits Everybody  y^ :     It suits the most exacting French chef. ^ It suits the liouscwife.   It "  ts found in luxurious villas���������in camps���������in farms���������in humble ciiy homes.  Everybody uses it; everybody likes it.   It ii the all-round stove for all  the year round. It bakes, broils, roasts and toasts as well as a coal range.  It is equipped with a speciar heating plate, and we sell the New Per-j  fection oven, broiler, toaster, and pancake griddle���������each specially de-j  I signed for use with'the  New Perfectioit  Oil Cgok-stgve  . All dealer, lell the itove. It it handiomely  finiihed ia nickel, with: cabinet top, drop  ihelvei, towel rack������, tic. Long chimneys, en-  *melc_ turquoiie-blue. Made with 1, 2 or 3  bufeie.       " -. ..    -    .,  -.".'"..  ���������'���������    "   - * . . *P*-w-���������*'*.  THE IMPERIAL OIL C6MPANY, Limited   -  .<���������'."���������                                                         >  Book with  VlflEfff  every stove, j^gtmmmi  anyone tending f^P^Ba_K  5 cents to cover J ������������������'         V \  Hov/ to RttMOVfi'ADPERPLUOUt HAIB  Prom this Faco, Arma and Neck Told Free  .Society women and aotressea all ovor  Europe are strongly Indorsing a net*  marvellous discovery of how to remov������  superfluous hair from the face, arms and  Beolr.   This new dlacovoiy is now for tho  frat time introduced into Canada. . Any  /otatu afllloted -with the. growth of eup*"  rfluous hair oan obtain the information  free of ohai'ge. Bend you name and at*  dress together -with a I cent stamp tt  Madamo Fayard, Room II, Btobart Block*  ^Winnipeg.  When You Buy Matches  Ask for  ec/B/rc/  They Have a true  safe  head,   with   silent  never  explode  if  Stepped   on.  Eddy's Matches have,, satisfied Can-  y adians since 1851���������accept no others.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING " EDDY'S *  Washboards,   Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  DU, ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST. PM*  vato diseases and drlulc habit.  Wrlto 81, Queen East Toronto, '  WANTED ��������� LADIES FOR PLAIN  nnd light sewing at home, wholo or  spare 'lime; Rood pay; work sont  any di:.tonco, charges pnld. Send  sin rap for "full particulars. National Manufacturing Co,, Montroal.  . REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER mm\\\  Ml*f'5T"ti*:*0W'5. 800TJMHO flVROf hit.  iit&iof fever BlXTY  borimita' for their  xiTimuNO. with .r  BOOTJIRB the CI1IL  Ice  icr-  AttAVBaH PATN   CU^RHWINDCOWC. at,  U tlie b������t mmtdy tor PIARUHOUi   It It Jl  foliitely'ham-It*-*,  lio mr* and eiik for "Mrs  Wlu������low'i Sootlilnj. Hym*)." nnd take no otlwr  Und,  Twenty-five cent, a bbttlo,  When Your Eyes Need Care  OVj* Hurlna K.vc Heme ".v. Ko Kmnrtlnp*���������Yeela  jriue���������-Anu Qiili'Vly. Try iv _**r Ut-il, Wmi'ic,  Wntory Hy.n mul Oi'nmilMeil Kyclldn.  lliu*.  triiifil flunk lu  fonipoUDd^a by niir OMillm-nol a "I'atent.KterW  lylni>l'���������but wnml In ������iiooniHfu_ I'limluliiiii'I'i  oiii'li l'wt'Uni*!*,     MurtiiA  I*  -not a"      ' " "  "uii'iirni     adlooteit to tlm I'u.li*  i ce for mtny ynnrw  Iin iiiirt iftla l>y tiruiirliti ul Sdo, irirt Mo n*i* llottl*  Miirln. Ifyi* Hulynln Ano'iilo Tiil*������l,*!io nnd Mo.  rMy  .*ul>������  m* llottl*  lln nnd mill i>y "tiriiBtrlBtn ut sr*  Miirln. Ifyi* Hulynln A������o|iila '  Murlno Eyo Romody Oo<������ Chloaao  W. N. U. B30.  luno*  ccw.ol" Dorothy iiBlted, hr*r eyes fixed  on the nJlifltt vonri*.r form.  "lUMwn in him?" The vlnitor  threw out her hand, with nn enitilnit-  ic ('cnuire. "Mr. Itermi calls hlrn Hit-  Uiilahttd, you Itnow, aiul It is rjuitc  en������y lo bit* ho hns pot Sir (lalahnd'i)  houI, an well nn hla fnre,"  Diji'otlty f.inlhd. Though no nhad-  nvj nf iiotiht nl out .Mil*>������ hed for a te.o-  Progreia In Jerusalem  JoruMiiloni will noon lmvo II������ own  irnmwiiy Hervlce, n concoNKlon hiiviiu.  lioou griuilnd lo a Froueh ilrni, wlileli  will begin laying tlio linen during iho    ,      i *<    . * .     r*.  VVA ������**'���������(_     '   ..'....it., , .,i, I .llfrt.itf' .,.,,.  Iin*** heen tiRlted lo mihinlt trt*iiovn for  ligiitlng tho elty with eleetrle. light,  and a Herman Hyndieaio Ih to Iraprovo  tho water supply hy the erection of  large reservoirs at   iiprlngn , loenled  ahout twelvo    nnd    eightoeh    inlli'ii  ...������i     ������ ,i.      i,.. -  Tho pnvementB nnd Hewerago system lmvo received attention from  tho Government. A few month* ago  u witter cart win* brought from England lo Hiippt'Hcdo tho men who  f-prlnliled tho f-troets with witter from  sldir' Tlir������ muiiMpalftj' had aluo  provided itsself with modern lire light*  itif: aiipllaneeM. A lelephonr* **erv!er>  has been eslnhllpihed, and the police  aro ohorlly to be equipped with biey-  e.le.. The Iute**t ������Ign of this work  of modernization Ih the arrival of a  Inrgo American motor road roller.���������  Kxi-oiters !.ev..w.  ���������THE���������  MINERAL SPRINGS SANITARIUM  Elmwood, Wliinlpeo  Opened   on   Arbor   Day   toy   Premier  flu P. novum  Mineral Hulhn, Klootrio LJnht H-MIih,  nimwer, ripniy mid Needlo Jliithn, I lot  Ah* mul \ npor HatliH, (.'oullmioua  llaCm, Wnunngi', Kloelrlonl trrntrnepi',  "ti;., I'm* the ti'i'.itiiiorit iil' nil CIh-qhIc  CiHi***, Mich ns llhriitnntl'iin, Slomneh,  I Ivpi* fmil Klilnnv Troilliln**. Cnti'iTli'tl  |l.'*!llitltl(illH, CDllhtlimlloll, l-il'lll Olllv'llKwfi  ' i\ivl   Olicrltv.  Vor I'ui'thfi' pnflltMilr.ru npply  lo  Dr. A. I). Cnracallcn, Sanitarium  I'linno Ht. John 1024.  ('Hy Ofllce:    'ATi Dnnnld Bt, 1'honn i;i8������,  'L_ ������    -IrnL  NtHERSON  GERMANY   GOING  SOME  It May be Tuetonlc Hustle"   Instead  of "Yankee Hustle" Soon  In ' a or many ovcry ono opealcs ono  or two language'8 In addition to hiu  own. A clerk is not admitted into  a banking IiiBtltution, no matter how  lowly tho character of his work is to  bo, iinlest* he can at least fluently  speak and wrlto ono foreign language.  ���������Forty years ago Germany was a  purely agricultural country, It today ranks second in Industrial pursuits, and tho population keeps pace  with this development. Thirty years  ago Its population numbered 45,000-  000, today it is 72,000,000, evidencing  a virility that makeB for continuous  advancement.  Traveling from Flushing to Berlin tho railroad passes .through an  avenue of factories ovor 800 miles long  and all of them working overtime,  says tho Kxploror's Review. Farm  lauds havo been converted Into city  lots and whole villagos aro being torn  down to bo replaced by flvo and six  Btorcy city dwellings���������not an old  houso to bo Been anywhere, and ln  pausing hy tho sky lino Is red wllh  tho tiled roofs of now dwellings, Individual wealth has grown enormously wllh it, but they aro hard workers, tho people of Germany, and iho  push and energy displayed on ov**ry  Hldn la moat astounding. Krtipp's  factory In Kssen now employs 45,000  Hldllcd workmen, as ugalnst 30,000  thirty years ago,  ��������� ���������in   .  ���������   inn��������������������������������������������������������������� mgiinw���������������������������m  Mlnard's Liniment Co,, Limited,  . Yarmouth, N. S.  Oentlemen.���������In January last Francis  Loclaro, ono of tho mon employed by  me, working In tho lumber woods,  bad a troo fall on him, crushing him  fearfully, TTo was, when found, placed  on   a   sled nnd taken homo, whoro  r_..������ivp   ff.nfr1   '"IV"   <-.������>���������*��������� rvf*f *n tfl nrl,   fnr   \\fn  recovery, his hipfl hoing badly bruised  and bis body turned black trom his  rtliH to his feet. Wo used MINARD'S  LINIMRNT on him freely to deaden  the pain and with Iho use of threo  bottles ho was completely cured and  niile tn return tn bin work.  SAUVUim DAVAL.  Elgin rtoad, L'Islet Co., Quo,  Maypole Soap  CLEANS  AND DYES k  Civei ?ich glowing  colon, f-deleii in tun  or and*. Dyei cotton,  iillt, wool or mixture!.  Uie it vouruli at  home. No trouble-  no muti. 24 colon-  will give any ilude.  ColorilOcbl-ck 15c,  tt your denier'! oi  poitpaid with booklet  "How to Dye" Irom  _    F. L. BENEDICT & CO. Montreal  ��������� SV4H.P  GasollneEAel  30"D^3lViaU������YeocGucar<jntee  ' Shipped MirpUli, tuif to nn, ��������� womui or W������ cm optidt  ' It  FJ(uio limo ipuil ���������MJ-npIng ������������l������, M������*n| (.wd, cultlni  Itti, tymlnf rr������un upirtlor, cKumlng or wuklnf, iny*  iKliif, you will Im ���������urpriiod Low wton IKU tnilni will M>  Iw llwll, All iliw up lo 10 HP. ol nioMilloiuli ftkm  >, Wrlto lo<l������������ lor CoUloj, II liltoor  ' * "S  ' From Taa-iory ia ������avrt\,\  CS.JUD&NCQ  WINNIPEG. MAN  WRITH FOR  PROOF  PURiFICO  DANCEROANDOTUM0R  UnuUtnBruithi Furlfloo Go.. Orldgeliurg, Ont.  The Huntero, *  "I'm going off on a hniU'ng trip  wllh WnkB, Dawson and Dildatl," said  lllckoul.oper.  "FineI" said Wlgley. "Ulg Biirno or  liiiian;'  "Db, vc JH'VM' }id I'i'yw'il Ihv .0-  cent limit," nald Hiekeiiloopor.--llar-  per's Weekly.  Icnlf helltr, flt liftti**!', n'(*nt* Innrfir, nnd  Blfo h**ttt*r vatltr.-ie'.lnn Hum otlioi mrvlo*f.  They ar������������ tho n*������uh of 66 yr-nr*. occu-  miilfli������*d ImnwlnlHo mirt i experience In  tiUlldlnR ItlRli Ond- eiioi1**.  Btnrkcit hy Ivodin.. tjanfnra Kvprywhert  In .*iumd;t.  THE  JOHN   McPHBRttON   CO,   LTD.,  rtimllton, Ont.  A ffiiichnian living In Wyoming lost  1,800 sheep wlthfh au hour during n  recent blizzard.  Mlnard'ti Liniment, tho Lumbernian'i  Friend.  Mrs. \Vi)liu~~T mippofio dial iu  ���������leaven wo will bo disappointed in ait  finding certain people thero,  Mrs. Glllls���������Yen, Dut we'll be nt >r������*  dlBiippointed a! finding certain o'.bc**  pc-opio there���������ruck.  Mrs, A���������So your huHband Is all tho  time talking shop,   Well, you mustn't  UHitU   l.ll.ll..  Mr������. 11.���������I wouldn'l; If ho woro anything Ohio but an undertaker,* - UostoH  Transcript,  *'MM  1  "Why uhould we sny to Katan, 'Get  theo behind me'?'' naked the teacher.  "So that v.*o bWmW M-i aland ut  him," returned tho bright boy,  ���������l   .    -  - ���������Jt..;': V-  ' ���������*, ,v ���������;  ������,,,*..    i a * ��������� CJ H E''j"T.  ���������ll.l    .     ������ __"!__;___. *"*.______.    V'-:1 !.,'  DIXIEWco  .',';���������" I'M*-:' \: ���������������!������""''~>^f|.i: the news. ~CTBnrE.rr_AND. Tl. c.  1  t.  !-"*  ������!'������������������'���������  Whenever you feel a headache coming on tako  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop headaches promptly and surely. Do not contain  opium, morphine, phenac.t.liV acetantlld or. other dangerous  drugs.   25c. a box at your Druggist's. l.S  NATIONAL DRUB AND CHEMICALCO. OF CANADA,  LIMITED.  A Calculating Nature.  that, a garden you are  malr.-  "Is  !n<*?"  , "No." replied Mr: Crosslots, "it's a  ' Bubtorl'uge. I tear up us much of the  yard as my wife will allow mo to,  and then let it alone all summer. It's  Just that much Iobs territory to run  tho lawn' mower over."���������Washington  Btar.  COMES FROM NOVA  SCOTIA 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.  Surttto Island, Yarmouth Co,. N.S.  (Special)���������-Mr. Renie Moulalson a well  known resident here, is telling his  neighbors of his curo from a severe  attack of Kidney Disease which kept  him In'a slate 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. Moulalson says. "My muscles  would cramp and I had backache and  dizzy spells. My head ached and I  had a tired, nervous feeling whllo  epecks of light flashed in front of my  eyes."  "I suffered in this way for over two  months and was treated by two doctors but they didn't seem to bo  able to do much for me. - Then I  started to take Dodd's Kidney Pills  and tbey helped mo almost at once.  Six  boxes  cured   me."  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure the  Kidneys. Cured Kidneys . strain all  the impurities out of the blood. That  makes pure blood and good health.  Old Berliners arc lamenting the gradual disappearance of military uniform  from the streets. A quarter of a century ago more ofllcers and soldiers in  uniform were to bo met with in the  principal thoroughfares than civilians,  while now, though the Berlin garrison  is far larger, the presence of.the uniform is hardly noticeable. Tho* main  cause of the change is* the increased  cost of living.  The Sad One.  The "Prodigal Soil" was the subject of tho Sunday school lesson. Tho  teacher was dwelling on tho character of the elder brother. ���������,        ���������   - *���������  "But amidst all the rejoicing," said  the teacher! "thoro was ono to whom  the preparation of tho feast brought  no Joy, tb whom tho prodigal's return  brought no happiness, only bitterness;  ono who did not approve of tho feast  and had no wish to attend It. Now  who can tell mo who fhffi was?"  Sllonco for several moments, then a  hand raised and a small sympathetic  volco: "Please, ma'am, it was tho  fatted calf."  il  Tho clergyman had como round to  l.h6 Sunday school, and was examining tlio small boys.  "Can any.of you*tell me?" said he,  "what, is the moaning of 'divers diseases?' "  Two small boys hegan comparing  mental notes ln an undorlono. Presently ono of them looked up.  "Pinnae, sir, ll's water on tho  brain,"  In tho causes of infant mortality  cholera morbus figures frequently,  and it may be said that complaints  of tho bowels are great destroyers of  child lifo.--If all mothers would avail  themselves of so effective a remedy as  Dr. Kollogg's Dysentery Cordial many  a little one could be saved, This cordial can be given with safety to tho  smallest child, as there Is no injurious  substance in it.  l.ucan Nagy of Szcgodln, -Austria,  sold his skin to a foreign museum a  long time ago for ������32, tho condition  being tliat after his death and when  the skin was removed tho musoum authorities should bury his body. He  has now died,at the age of 85. On  his deathbed he begged his relatives  to get h_& contract broken.  Welt  THIS .** HOME DYS.  ANYONE  con use  Curious to Learn. ,  In Georgia they tell of a prisoner  who had been convicted a dozen times  of stealing, who, when placed nt tho  bar for his latest offense, displayed  a singular curiosity!  "Your Honor," said he, "I should  like to have my caso' postponed for  a week. My lawyer.- is sick."  , "But," said tho magistrate, "you  were caught with your hand in this  gentleman's pocket. What can your  counsel say In your defence?' v  ���������-Exact"y-T-so.���������Your���������lionor,--that���������is  what I am curious to know."���������Green  Bag,  A Dublin Hoax. -.  Tb.o famous BeraeV* Street hoax,  London, contrived by Th'eodor* Hook,  in 1809, has recently had Us counterpart in Dublin.' In thu Corners  street hoax It will be recalled thousands of lette raked been wrlltjon'tn,  all kinds of tradespeople to call on1  a certain day at No. 64 that jslrcet  and deliver certain goods. Coal wagons, carts with upholstery, vans with  pianos and othor artlccles, Vcdding  and funeral coaches rumbled through,  filling tho little street and all the adjoining streets and lanes. -��������� Such a  babel waa never beforo seen in London. The Lord Mayor and tho president of tho Bank of England and several scions of nobility, as woll as  lawyers, doctors, clergymen, undertakers and pastry cooks, were there,  Six weeks ago a man arrived In  Dublin and Immediately paragraphs  appeared ln tho nowspapors announcing that Buffalo Bill's Wild West show  was coming to Dublin, and that Its  advance agent had arrived. Tho  ngont took rooms In a city hotel. Tho  tour of tho show was, ho said," to begin at Dublin. Two thousand horsos  and sis hundred men and womon, besides hundreds of wild animals would  rcquiro food for a month. Ho arranged for enormous supplies from  confectioners, bakers, wholesale grocers, butchers, fishmongers and for-  ago contractors, the last named order  being for forty tons of hay a week.  Twenty thousand posters wero ordered  and thoso ��������� wero American 'masterpieces in advertising. Tho most sardonic touch of nil was tho visit of tho  agont to tho police, authorities with  tho request for tho service of twenty-  live policemen to keep ordor during  tho show.  When all the arrangements had  beon completed tho agont disappeared  and nothing moro has been heard  cither of him or tho big show.  Result Always the Same,  There was a prosecullsg attorney  in the south who was so uniformly  successful with his cases that ho not  only becanio tho terror of evildoers,  but an object of admiration to every  ono, and especially lo tho negroes of  tho oity is which ho lived.  When ho left public office, he was  at onco sought out by thoso charged  with crime. Much to his chagrin, the  first two cases, that he defended resulted in the conviction of his ell  entR.  An old negro who had watched his  prosecutions in Admiring wondei anu  looked on with equal wonder now that"  ho conducted the defence, accosted'  him just after his second .defeat.  "Marse Marie," ho said ��������� in aw ed  tones, "you sho is a wonder! Kc  matter which side you's on they -.res  to tho pen jes' the same."  The Slayer of Mlaco.  One of the most peculiar cases ever  brought to the attention of the court  Of first instance" recently "came to  light in Pangaslnan province.  Pedro 1'abaira, with two others, was  accused of the murder of Bernabe  Laco, and on being brought to trial  the first pleaded guilty, there being  an. aggravating circumstance of  treachery, and waa sentenced to  twenty yeara in Bilibjd.  Now it. comes to light that the deceased was Mlaco, an outlaw, who  deserted from the constabulary "some  time, ago, taking with him various  arms and accoutrements, and who engaged in outlawry since that tlmo.  Thoro was a roward of 500 pesos out  for his capture, dead or allvo.  The question now Is, should the  prisoner servo his term for killing a  follow citizen, or should ho bo liberated and given a reward for killing  an enemy to society V���������Manila Weekly  Times.  rp  kl dyed ALL fhesa,  DIFFERENT KINDS  of Goods  ^ with Ihe SAME Dye.'  H used  DYOLA  lONEDYEwAUKINDSorH  OLEAN and SIMPLE to Uae.  NOchinr������o.uiln������tl*������WRONODytforihtGo._*_  fin* hM to color. All colon frnin your Orugglit of 1  n..!.r, FKEl' Color Card nnd oTOIIY, Ooukl*tl&|  Th* Johnion-Rlchirilioii Go* 'imltti, MoMrunKl  ���������WM"******  ll        I    nmaam^jgmmmmmmmmmMW  JJON'T vmsfco your timo figuring  out why ft folnc^c lion lays a  whlto egg. f Got busy and jump  into your IJ.ATlll.lC JQAB1.I.  OVKIMIAULS and got tho egg.  Official statistics show that the total number of emigrants from Switzerland in 1911 was 50,37*1, against 83,-  030 In 1910. Of the 1911 emigrants,  5,512 were Swiss. Tho destination of  the Swiss emigrants (no particular  record being kept of foreigners, the  majority of whom are Italians), was  as follows: Tho United States, 3,-  969; Argentina, 997; Canada, 227;  Brazil, 118; Australia,, 80; Asia, 40;  Africa, 36; Mexico, 1.;- the roinalndor  seeking* homos lu Peru, Colombia,  Chilo and Panama. Of these Swiss  emigrants, 1,640 woro farmers, 3,636  mechanics and laborers, 860 clerks,  bosldes a number of nurses, teachers,  musicians, etc,  it"Wiii~Preve"nt"Ulcerated'Throat=-  At the first symptoms of soro throat,  which pio.*ige*s iiie-vation and inflammation, take a spoonful of Dr. Thomas' ..electric Oil. Add a little 'sugar  to it to make it palatable. It will allay the irritation and prevent the ul-  coration and swelling that are so painful. Thoso who wero periodically subject lo quinsy havo thus made themselves immuno to attack,  Eat What  You Like  And What Agrees With You, But Do  Not Eat Too Much.  Digestion Will Be Good If You Regulate the System With  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Overeating is tho. great, cause of  liver troubles, biliousness and constipation. The digestive system becomes  clogged with poisonoi/s waste matter, tho liver falls and then follow  kidney/ disorders of the most painful  "i*l fatal form, such as rheumatism,  Drighl's disease and dropsy.  Tlio beginning is almost invariably  with' tho liver and should bo overcome by the prompt use ot I),*. Chnse'3  Kidney-Liver Pillls before serious dis-  easo is developed.  An occasional dose of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills whon the liver gets  sluggish and the bowels constipated  will keep tho whole digestive system  ln healthy working order.  '������������������Hundreds of thousands of people  have found this out by their own experience and would not think of being without tbfs' medicine in the  house. Others have been restored to  health by this treatment after- their  cases had reached more serious and  complicated stages.  Thero doe3 not seem to be-any  medicine obtainable which is so successful in awakening the action of  both liver and kidneys as Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. Merit alone can  aceount-for-theivenormous sales;   Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25o a box( at all dealers  or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto.  '  READING  IN   BED  For yoars Mothor Graves' Worm  Exterminator has ranked as tho most  effect ivo preparation manufactured,  and It always maintains Ub reputation.  'i'HB JIKN.  THK KGU*  THE  Leather Label  OVER-HAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,  BUNUFAGTVIllCnS OF  High Grade American Over-Hauls,  WALK Kit VI U.K. OKTAHIO,  Tear thia out and mall It to u* with  your name and addrei* anil w������ will nond  you one ef our celebrated CORN COD  PIPEO, FttEE.  Name   Town , 1'iov   lour (Iculcr'n name   Town Yrov   Taking Every Precaution.  Mr, Lanabury's concern, ns expressed in tho British House of Commons, over tho military drilling going  on In '.th'o North of Ireland, reminds  ono,. of a story of how Iroland was  occasionally taught to shoot in the  past. Tho war ollleo onco sont a famous ofllcor over to Inspect tlio militia regiment's, and tho ofllcor, after  Inspecting, asked for a few words  with tho drill sorgennt.  "Thoso mon ot yours," ho nald,  "could not hit a target as big as tho  Tower of London. You can't havo  takon much pains to teach tliern,"  "Tacho thlm to shoot," gasped tho  sergeant. "Of courso I did not tncho  thlm to shoot, yer honor; for, bodiul,  If I did thoro wouldn't bo u landlord  loft In Minister."    .  I       ii* inrri-���������r  iiiiui    ** " *  A coin of tho Constantino period  had been unearthed'by workmen in a  garden at Colchoifter,  j*.**���������" l____)n*_^iMII1������l|l"ii���������l  flnard's Liniment used by Physician*  "Can't something be dono to stop  tho gum cho\\iing habit in this town?  If the chewers could only seo how  thoy look whon I heir jaws are at  work ln tho street cars or lu places  of public assembly, they would never  do it in public again. Gum chewing  is as bad as snuff dipping, and nobody dips snuff nowadays," says the  Charlotte" Observer. All very well,  but how about tho tobacco chewing  habit in tho south? That has brien  pi'otl.y .generally suppressed in the  north by tho autl-splttlng ordinances.  If you don't believe it just look at the  tobacco stores today and compare  thorn with ton years ago.  do  The Right Direction.  Floorwalker���������Something    I can  Cor you, sir?  Nervous   Gentleman���������-I   have just  lost "my wife.  ' Floorwalker���������Mourning   goods    on  tho third floor.  Not  Injurious to the  Eyes  If a few  Simple Rules are Observed  To those addicted to tho practice  of reading In bed the remarks of Dr.  Carl Sollor will bo ot interest. Ho  states that there is no valid reason  to bo urged against using tho eyes  in a proper manner in a recumbent  position--such use is the least tire-  somo and can be persisted ln for longer periods without damage than any  other  position.  Wo all know that grave damage  is often done by reading in a recumbent posture, but there.- iiossibly  some occullsts aro at fault. Had  It been tho universal practise during  tho last twenty 'years to give careful directions how to read lyit-c,  down instead of saying to one and all  "You must not read lying down,"  thero would be less near sight and  better eyes iu tho community than  now exist.  Three easily avoided errors cause  all the harm possible from reading  lying down, the first often leading to  tho other two. They are insufficient  or wrongly directed light, short reading distance, and tipping the book  out of a piano at right angles to the  line of vision.  If, however, every one rending lying down will so arrange ills lounge  or bed that the light comes over the  head without striking tho eye' and  falls well upon tho page; if ho will  hold his book at a long reading distance and take care that the- line of  letters shall be at right angles to  the line of vision he can be sure, of  doing his eye/ no moro harm than if  he were sitting up.  More than this, there Is much positively���������in-favor���������of���������reading���������lying-  down. Dr. Seller concludes: "The  recumbent, posture allows more rest  of tho bodily structures than the sitting posture, and. there is greater possibility of resting and repair in tbat  position."���������London Globe.  Bear with a Thirst  Thero are probably a number ot  men in Maine who- remember tho  tame bcai; that used to livo in Rod-  Inglon In days when lumbering y\ua  booming'in .that section. This bear  wits a 200 pounder, kind and' do Mio,  but the possessor of one bad liabH.  That was his penchant for intoxicating liquor.  Now and then lumbermen' would  r,et the bra. diunk, which was ru  exceedingly easy thing io do. V.ruiu  preferred rum, but would drink wh'.s-  l*ey if nothln*. better was at haii'l.  In tho monilu'5 after ;i night's debauch he freqiK'i'lly had a "typical  "morning after thirst, which he learned to quench by turning a faucet outside tho main camp when he woull  lap us the water very eagerly, taat  ran from the tap.  No efforts were mado at refoma  tion, although it is not stated that tiie  a matter of fact he lives at the  camps for a number of years without  harming a person although some ot  tho men seemed to antagonize him  at times.���������Maine Woods.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  _z_?  Powerful Plea.  A man In North Carolina who was  saved from conviction for liorso stealing by thn powerful plea of his lawyer, nftor his acquittal by tlio jury,  wim atiliod by his lawyer:  "Honor bright, Wll, you did steal  that horse, didn't you1."  "Now, look a-hero, judge," was tho  roply, "I nllers did think 1 slolo 1.1ml.  hosR, hut hIiico I hears your speech to  that oro Jury, I'll I*. rtoggoncd" If I  ain't wot my doubts about It,"���������National Monthly. .  Gimyulo waH for years overlooked  or dosplsed; Its rubber contents were  considered of little or no value, and  when at last acknowledged this was  said to bo inferior to other rubber  becauso it did not como from tho  tropics. Yet, in splto of all, gimyalo  has bocomo an Important source of  rubber supply, millions of dollars have  boon invested in tho Industry, factories havo been eroded..close to the  guaynlo Holds, and towns havo gtown  up for tho operatives and Held laborers,  System.  rrofessor���������In the classification of  your cases, under what heading would  you place operations of tho vermiform  appendix?  Student���������T would place them under tho caption of "Internal Revenue."���������Judge.  Loaded for Vengeance.  It was the day on which the annual rival football match was to bo  played between the Ann Sthreet Bhoys  vs. Rafferty's' Slashers, and Rafferty,  the center forward of tho Slashers,  was just leaving home for tho match  when Mrs. Rafferty called out:  "Rafferty, have yez got yer shillelagh?"  "Oi have!" replied Rafferty, doallnij.  a thunderous bang on the door with it.  "Thin put a brick insoide yer hat.  Remember the broken head the Ann  Sthreet Bhoys gave yez last season."  'Thank yer fo;* the hint, Mrs. Raf-"  -fertv-,_me-darlint,i!_reLurned_Rafferty,_.  "but O'ive prepared a betther sur-  proiso packet for the Ann Sthreet  Bhoys. O'ive sewed a dynamite car-  th.ridge insoide me'hat. And, begorra,  there'll be a sad home in Anu sthreet  tonight after tlie free fight."���������Ideas.  Btata ef Ohio, City of Toledo     V   __  i ���������  Lucas County. /   ���������������������������  Frank 3, Cheney makes oath tliat he Is  f F. jr. Cheney  ie oity of Tof-  .uu, ..uum. ������I*** wi-ulu u.uieflnld, and that  %eU\ flrtn will pay tho sum or ONR HU$.  iRED DOLLAu.g ..for ench  and  senior partnol* of tho dim of F. jr. Chenev  & Co,, dolus liuolnesd lu the oily of Toledo, County nnd Stalo nforeenld,     "  *  6auo of Calorr that cannot bn cured b'  tho u*e of I"-"   *~ '    "   " ���������        J, CHENEY,  ' Hall's" Catai'Vir Cure.  every  3d by  FHANft  Kgorlon L. Wlnt.hrop, nt the ci***u  of ono of tlio meetings of tho Hoard  of I'klticntlon In New York, said, apropos of severity In iho'schoolroom;  "Thofio over-Hovoro teachers always  remind mo of an ovcr-sovoro parson.  Ho, at a dlnnor parly during Lent,  snld to one of thu guests, a famous  raconteur:  "My denr sir, as It Is Ticnl���������niid a  Friday to boot--would you liiliul If I  asked you to conflno your efforts ex*  cluuli^ly lo llsli stories.'"  Sworn to ���������before inn and subscrtbod la  tny prononco, this 0th dny of Docombor,'  A.X>. 1880.    ���������  i   (floal.) A.*'W, aLlDASON,  ;   - *,"**. Notary Publio,  Hall'. Catnri'h Cure I* token IntHrnolly,  and sots   directly   on   tbo   blood ana  mucous surfaces of the system.     Bend  for tostlmonlnlH frci*, >  F. J. CHRNWY, A CO,,   Toledo, O.  flold b_y oil dvuBBlnta, 75o,  Toko Hall's Family Fills for constipation.  THE SAVING  HABIT  Are the Fly and Mosquito Dangerous?  The fly, with spongy feet, collects the invisible germs of diseases, spreads  them over our food and poisons us with typhoid and cholera. The mosquito with  its bito injects into our veins malaria and yellow fever. The bacteria ol consumption, or (Ji'ip, are everywhere present for us to breathe into our lun*.s. The blood  which flows through our veins and arteries* is our protection. It should contain  healthy red and white blood corpuscles���������capable of warding off these disease  _erms. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a blood medicine und alterative  made entirely without alcohol, a pure glyceric extract of bloodroot, {.olden seul,  Oregon grape root, queen's root, mandrake and stone root, which has enjoyed a  good reputation for over forty years. The refreshing influence of this extract is like Nature's influence���������-the blood  is bathed in the tonic which gives' life to the blood��������� the  vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased  activity consumes the tissue rubbish which has accumulated  during the winter.      . ��������� ������������������������     ^  " About forty ymi sso while In Newark. N<*w .Tcruey. 1 Imd chills  and fevor," wrlton Mn. Mioiiari, Maoumic, ot Nutlonal MlllUi'y Homo.  Kan*/, I wimt tu Kansan City and in tho nprtnsr of 11*77 llio chilli* and  .over roturnod. Doctors and .vrrytlilnir I trlod fallfd to do mo Rood.  Finally 1 savr Dr. Pierce's Uoldon Medical Dlncovery aitvvrtiied. 1 toolt  one lioltlo of \t nnd tlm chill-, viwili>h<*il. In nboul n year nftrnviml  1 tali thorn comlnir bad: ro I jcot nnotlipr bottlu und hav** never iind  any nymptomi of fovnr or amu* nlnci*. Thnt in nil of Iwonty yeni'ii nno,  for I hnd the chilli* about twelvo y������ari. before 1 sUrlcd to lake Cloldm  Medical Diacovory.'"  Dr. Plereo'a Pleaaent Pellets are for liver Uiu.  M. Ma.uirb, Esq.  "What doon George nny iu )ils letter?"  "Oh, tho iiHiial lot of nonHoiiHO���������nn*  dying love, eternity, (lenpalr and all  thn rost of It."  "What nro you going to do about  It?"  'Oh, return It unopoucd, my dear,"  - ���������Illlualrtttcil 1HI_.  Chlneoe Views of Millinery.  Speaking to a Chlneuo gontloman  tlio other dny an MngllBliiimn naked  lilm if tho Chlnoso IndloH will emu*  Into the men nnd ko in for w<>Atoru  hoadgenr? In reply ho beamed a tuniu*  monit chl Idllko and bland,  ' ProHHOil for RomothltiK moro definite, ho romarkod: "Did you not  know that It Ih a well known fact  among tlio Chlnoso that tho reason  bo many Kuropean hunbawlB look ha*  rriBH.d and cnrerlrtdeti und Ihe fur*  thor ronton why bo many of your  youhn mutt it'fntlii front marriage la  this very Question of millinery? La*  dies' hats cost so much that thoy wpoll  ruin and bo wo Chinese havo told  our women folk that wo absolutely  forbid thorn to follow woBtorn fashions in this regard, whatever they  may du lu utkci' dU'cctloiu." T.kUi  News.       "*  How It Happened.  C\ r.,!.-:;t"r,i!!!'.*" Oh*!"!'* f v*y*<*1I*'  en tit. womombnr your name, but. I'vo  an Idea I've met you hero before,  NorvoiiH Hqst���������Olt, yon, very likely,  H'ii my liowsc���������Sketch.  Bad Blood       Is the direct nnd inevitable result of  irregular or rnnstipotetl bowHs nnd  cloRtted-tip kidneys and skin. The .  .undigested food and other waste matter which is allowed to accumulate'  poisons the blood and the whole  system. Pr. Morse's Indian Root Pills  Uv t directly (<n the liov.cls, regulating  them���������on the kidneys, giving them  h'.i ana ftrcnfcfn to pr.->p<**r1y filler [hn  Wood���������and on the tkin, owning up  the pores. For pure blood and good  health take  Dr. Morse's   **  Indian Root Pills  W. N. U. 899.  How/you mny   Waste your   Moneyi  t        And   Where  to  save" it  Under tho nbovo bonding thoro np*  ppin-H n vory intcrofitiiig urllck* in  a rocont number of "T.P.'s Weekly."  The bout, way to waslo money, It Ih  siiljgf'Hteil, !h to keep It In tho pocket, Then, whenever ono hoor a  thing which ho fancies ho would llko  ho cnn buy It nt. onco, othorwlso, ho  may rorgot It, or, having hnd tlmo to  Ihluk It, over, concludo that ho can got  nlong without It,  With the money In ono'n pocket, wo  nro always ready to receive the genius with  "Tho talk that, will mako a   man  "Think that ho   needs   thn   thing  "Tlmt lio tioAH'nli   tho talk   that  "Breeds ho Hiiblly tlio fear that he'll  "Count for nought In tho swim till  'That tiptodato frill bo's bought."  Snmo useful  suggOHtloiiH aro also  mado nn to how money may uo kiivui, iiii  lltn <;���������.���������:<���������: ot ���������v))!..') h to U> !'j\yk.������:iUc,l_l  in the expenditure of It, to make a  careful estimate under titich,headings  ns household expenditures, food, rent,  fuel,    clotboH,    etc,, not    forgetting  something   for "llnJuy ays til   ,.:   ,,  fioiiinllilng lor "J no .tinny Day.   Aim  for this purpose tlie writer would no  doubt, had ho been writing for the  eyes of Canadians only, have recommended the Canadian Government An-  null lew flyn.cm ns giving the hirgoxl  possible return wflli tlio best poaslble  ficcuvKy.    Ily Inventing a fraction of  your Income In this way you may,  whether yon bn man or woman,  In  suro an old ago of freedom from want.  or dependence.    Ask your Postmaster  for   literature   on the   tubjecl,   or  tvrllo to the RiipntnlcinltHil of Annul*  ties, Ottawa, who will tell you all yon  wish to know about th#| system and  how you Blioiifd prrtenM to m,tVe thf  provision suggesled,  You can Save Friction, Save Wear, Save  Fuel by using  Capitol Cylinder Oil  The vory best oil   for strain plants on tho farm.   Lasts  longer and gets more power from the engine*,'wllh less  wear, than nny cheap siibslllutus; coats less ln tlio end.  Atlantic Red Engine Oil  A medium bodied oil, strongly recommended for Blow  and medium speed engines and machinery, Kitsos the  bearings and llghtciiH tlio load.  Granite Harvester Oil  Tlie Hhovl, cut oil, specially prepared for use on reapers,  binders j*nd threshors, Prevents nil avoidable friction.  Moos not run ou ur (Inn oui, iiouy nut .nn���������n.*i '���������,-  lu.l.iUlli; oi ���������...i.ta...   ui' il.iiLtH-,  Standard Oat Engine Oil gives thn bent, lubrication pos*  nlbte, alike In kerosene, gannllno nnd gnu engine-*, Keeps  ltu body nt high temperatnrew,   Mqually good for all ex*  u*iiini  Ui iiUiibi*.  Mica Axle Grease   Is  grease majle.   Nuv.t  the best  rubs off  known, most  or gums,  llli.d axle  Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine Gasoline  i  The Imperial Oil Co., Limited ������***# tw&s,- e^hw-tisaetAW); ^^^^'^l.������^S^i!?������v.^^  ^_^*^xrv'Tgn!*N3g<*A*^*'"-*',>  ijiii  ���������v������rl. *.--*.',-  ���������-*jV--_i\:-\,s ���������^soVrr**v*TCA������1^.ifs-;  '.i'c ICth cb'  .Official administrator  Cumberland, B. G.  npllOtomarl  SAYWAKD LA.ND   DioTRICT  Diatriot of Bayward, Range 1,  -. ��������� *  .Vol:  . .   S"in r.,!.,_,-!yv?n   f, f_V '..  _.__{.*  Ijli.l.Oi.'l.i.Uilvi  WJ.JU  *;5-.il.d   Kvevy   Tucsuay  by  the  porno-t   &   Cumber* land  Publishing   Corrjpany.  Thi* papiT wjll not hoM   itso.f-  .,..: ,....i!.U* Mr the opinions oi' oih- j    TAKE NOTICE that I, JElir.zeia  r..:.Y :.pj. odi  in its .coinums  Ilannai., by ray agent, LU.or!,'e Vor-1  '.iii.*.! ti) linit*, " "j^ier, of Campbell Kivor, V. 1. occu !  pation marrl.d wo an a;., intends Lo j  apply fur permission  to   purchase'  the follow iny described kinl*:���������-  CumiT-cncing  at a post  planted  :....,-,.,-.   ,   ��������� .,,. i .incur iho N. E.   corner  of lot 351  TAKE NOTIOK that SO days af  ���������      '.        . _ ,   ,   .,     ll.niue south 10 cliHinB (teti) thenci*  kr  dv.e   1  intend to apply to the       .,.-.,.,,*. ,      ,  * ' ' oast 10 chains Clou; more or loss to  iho point   of commencement con  tain^np 20 ncrosVtwenty)  more oi  leg?.  KLIN 2 IS IA IIANNA i  Nam* of Applieant  l);Uo March 2Gth, 1912.  l*fB"c"K  ASp**"  mim  -WKl-NESDAV, JULY.ll-l 1012,  n   ...,..____._.. _,,     ._.,, , iBnMnwt|)W,M>)W)M|l_|>)WM!1-_uga<4l;)WI <j>i*w������)|jti-w������_^������iij._iwyy^������������fw*w**i  ���������Chir. Commissioner of Land, for a  I't-rn-.U** nro-'p.ct for eoai'and je-  irol.*;i::3 ou -\iui under llio fdlow-  iup; ik'.-crih*..t land, i-Huatsd ui tlifi  .Conn.x i'.'ir-lu':'.  (5 ������������������i*:*"t*'ii* Ir.i- r.U posit marked  ;-ouiU'-vi. .���������? >.ori'.tjr ,f claim No. 1,  ^'..iced '.It'tit; 21) chains i\i...t from  tlm tiiutli ii.-t i;Oi'u.r of ,���������-_.lion 32  ;_.* i n ui }_l ind, running c.ut 80  ^h'lin**, iiorth BO chaine, vvi.i JJ0  eli uu., tlieiuro south 80   chains to  :> du! < i commencc-tioent.   '  t-  II [Mil  i_i.T.\VA'VC  pntcd Jane 3rd, 1912  I'Vm Of jN'otiee.  "Notice is liercby given tint 30  ;l������vs after dalo I intend to apply  h> rfu* Honourably Minister ol'  Lands for a. licomjo io proBptsot for  conl anu petroleum under the fore'  j-hore and under the water on tho  lauds in aud opposite tlio  ioilov.  Sayward JL,and Districl  " District o*. (lost  Take notice thnt Isabel McKet  uv*. of Vancouver, B, C. occupation spinster, intends to apply l'<u  pt,rnji..f::on to pnvei'iasp tho follow  ing described land*-:���������  Conii:r.Jie.nir at a post planted  'one milo east *t>f the sowth-woFt  | coruer of lot 550, thenco west 8(  chain**, thence south 40 * chain*������,  thenoe fast 80 chains?, theti.t.*  uorth 40 chains to point pf com  tuonceniont, containing 320-ac^ae.  in on* or less.  Isabel McKwiny,  Name of Applicant in ful.  i'to^ert -IPe-jvpy Chestnut,. Agent  v  jufl de-ic-U'ed landa situate in Ru- [ _)t*.e March 12th, 1912  port  District:--0'>imneiK:ii}g at  a| -  post   planted on tlie sea beach   at I Sayward Land District  high wutsr :\.:\r}\ nt  the   intersection of Sections H and 15, Town  ship 2. Port McNeil, P.uport I}ifi-  iric';  thon cd north   fifty-five, 55  chains** more or 'less?  to high water  maH: on tho   north  side pf   Port  McNeil  Harbor; thenco   easterly  iilon^ che &uo}'i*  Hue to   intersoc-  lion of Section.. 28 and 24, Town--  ,jsh_ijiji;_tlienco_soutlierly 68 chain?,  more or U*i;i. to high water   niavlc'  p\\ s'.'uth &ide ot said Port McNeil  liarhpr;    thonco   wes.erly   along  ahoro lino to   placo of conimouee-  mont. Roland A. Ivaikij  Francis T, TordiiTe, Agent  Datod this 8th day of April 1012  ,w--7 i,i.i*?x**m-n.aiM4tm������x:.'*jarVm-m^-r"im^^ vwrsts������������Liw,v������r3_i.  Form (H' Notiee.  Notice ia liereby given that   80  fhyh nftor date I intend to ..apply  to   the iTonouriihlo   IV.Iniis,*or .��������� of  Lands for a license to prospect for  jt'oal and petrolouui under tho fore  ���������>ll<n'p mul under the water on tho  lands jn   and "ppposito the'lollowiug (ieflci'il)od lands:" situate in Ru  jKM';}, .Diotrict:- Commencing at  a  )Oi?t   planted  ou the foiv hoach at  . iigh-water mark at  the  intei'_c<.:-  lion of vSeciioiiH 12 und IB, Township 2, Tort McNeill, Iiupert Dis  triei, thence "north 80 chiu'.i-*, SO,  Ihence west ten phiiinn,  10,  more  or lees to high   wafer   nijirk   on  Jttidfeu   .Point;     thenco   westerly  along shore line to iiitorscetioiiH of  Sections 23 and 24, ���������Township   2;  thenco boulhei'lv idxly-cightclniiiia  (58. iiKire f)t* lesi"   to   hi 1*11   walor  mark on Htnilh side of   P������.>rt Nvill  Harbor;    tlmr,'".'     o.v-terl'/   along  shoreline  to place of commencement.       John S. Kunni'dy,  Knincii} M. Toi'diife.Agonl  Dated tiiis. 8th day of April .1.012  NO l'r,;i% is heitiby (jivut that at the  juxl incctini. of lhe Hoav<l of I.iciiiisi;  ���������(.'onini ��������� *-i<jui'.rs of ihu Ciiy of ('uinbc'i'*  land, I intend ut apply fur -* hoi_| liccusu  io L'Cll h-pio'"** by retail tu ami upon tliu  oii-mi-i'' kn i.i. ... Hv: "Kin;; (icor^c"  JI >t 'I. vifusUM oa lot 9, lilnck ���������*, Cutnb-  'ii'laad 'I i.,\vii.;ivc.  VICTOR HON OKA  n.it-*d tliu is'lli day of May 1913,  Djattict of Coast  Take notice that Reginald Walters*', of Vancouver, 11. C., occupation, engine^ intends   t$   ap.[ily  for pernnpsion to purchase tho fol*  I lowing described panels:���������  ���������CQiiiraoncing at a post planted  1 mile east of the south west corner of lot 550, thenjL-eeisi 8{i  chains, south 40 chains, "'est 80  chaini', north 40 chains to poiut  of commencement containing 820  PORT MANN,* mainland termhv-  ius of the Canadian Northern Railway, is  regarded hy those who know,, as the  greatest city of opportunity in north Anh^  .erica to-day. It cannot help becoming ;  .one of the very biggest cities in the west  Property values cannot help going away  up.  Buy lots there, now: and you are m  on the ground floor. Every lot will make  you a small fortune.  Until prices  are raised we can offer  you close  iii lots 33 x.122 ft* (guaranteed  "high, dry and level, or your money back)  {(A- $275.    Terms $ 15 down, $ 1 o a month  no interest,  no taxes-till 1914'  Other guaranteed lots for $120; $5  a month. Booklet and full particulars at  this office, from  CHARLES HERAPER  GENERAL AGENT  COMOX -nd-       ,   COURTENAY  m.-amim**-ww>*fMm*^a***t***a������am  TN TUB HIM'HKMK (JOUIIT Olf Mil  ,,  ���������*.; J.*..- ,,1 ������* 1.'  11-i  - ��������������������������� 1 r.  ;\\<;', V'V.vn  '.li.liit 1" 'vo*;," it K-jvu!, il,-*.e.'i|:i!>l, in-  TAKK KOTtCK Unit by ������r.]u|f  <r  Hiu  |!.)::or ..'..ii-' H, tKi'i', 1 ,r,.| jlui^i, i,f llu-  HllJI I' .in (.'���������-,I!' , -i II, ' ' 1 1. .",.* (>l. ,: i'i ., ir  p���������J' l-f Api  1  f'.l]'/,, til*'   UllliTiiUfllliil --VM.S llj;  p.iinlu'l ii'li'-i ixtr.iV iv of ilu- -���������..|..-h- of the.  ul> iv<; ji;. no "i dv '���������".>��������� ;���������''', vli-j.i.cJ lit S.i).  luoit 1' >(���������������', i'*. O. ������, < us- 1,'���������'���������ii', ������������������I-i*, 1:'ih .!'������������������,  af IV-r-'it*. I'.H..', iii'.i ���������;; u**.  All i.-ci.i!  ������������������.'��������� t.'i I ': *<i  "< !���������.; 'ill I tuo  tr-  t il.    'in' *���������!' '-.   '. ,1   Til ' ti;, i i-';."i,.!   iin..    (1,1*  .; ' \ ,   .'. 1 \    ; -    ,ii   "������������������ .i.  i   t:tt*l   p.-i I  ,    ui; -��������� I  '..v- ',',    'r'i.'. liny uf  Acres"ihdrG~or~less^       ���������'  liegiimld Waters,'  Nftine of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agont '���������  .Dutu March 12th, 1(J12.  yDiiywiml Lrmd District  District ut Coast  Take notice that Francos (lev-  aid Hudson, ot Vancouver, i>. C.  occupation gentleman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase  tho following .described lands:*���������  Ooniinencing at a post planted  at the south oast>oi''ief- of lot 547  tlvenpp   ea&t   80   chains,   thence  south 45 chains to   north boundary of lot D50, thenco west along  ���������.���������mid boundary, 80 pliu.ii.fi,  thence  north *:15 cliaiuo to thi** post,  .   1'ranees Gerald .Hudson,  Name of. Applicant in full  Uobort Henry Chestnut, Agont  Date March lSili,  1012."  0*w*i,mm������n#������MhMf waa*aeak>mm*.m*,at mkamtMwmajamamiaaimmnmi-aaamim imijpi'Mi iwn  ' S-'iyward Land District  District of Const  Tako.notice that Miuuio Korr,  of Viincouver, H, C. occupation  apiluster, iutendu t<> apply for per-  iiii,s**ion Lo pui'ehiiise the following  deacrilied landa: ���������  Coiniiu.iiLiii^ at a post plante..t  iit.tiiu sotith-eiu-t corner of lot  5*17, thenco west 40 chaiiiHjhonoo  ���������joiilh 45 chains, thenco oast 40  chaiiiK along LI tu north boundary  of lot 5150, tluiiico north 4o eliaiiiK  to jioint uf couiinenceui'iiit, con-  mining IND iicr'h,  Miniiio Kerr  Maine of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Ohentni!t, Agent  Dale March 1.2th, 1012.  rTJTMTRP.PT, A NT)  *������**J     -*���������������/    *** mm- m*-~r    m-.*i   mm. *m ,tm,,** mi~ mm am,   ������   mlrm*  -^.^;*j]--"-_i*0"i,U-  m*.  ,g_sai_s_ta'ia  \mmm������m.  6 ������  .popt'CHann People."  837 Hastings Street, West"  Vancouver, B. C.  K.sicurna__������_ut0 tv*w*w������*J  Form Of Notice.  Notice te hereby given that BO  days after date I intend to apply  to the Ilonout'itbl.o 'Minister of  hands for a liceittie to prospect for  coal and potroloum undor Iho  foreidioi'o and under the water on  tho hiudu in and opposite the following dciioi'ibod laud,, situnted in  Iiupert Di&lrieti-.Coniiiicneing at  at a post planted on the eca beach  at high wider murk at the inter  section of frJei'lion-i 14 nnd 15,  Township S, Port McNeil, Rupert District; thonoo north lifty-  five, 00 chniiiH moro or lees to  high water murk on the north  side of Port McNeil Harbor;  theuce following Iho sea beach nl  high witter mark around the head  of harbor to phice of cuinnuneo  meat,        Fuancis M Tounn'pu  Dated this 8th day of April 1012  KSQU1MALT   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY,  rURLIU    NOTIOB .in   horoby  Riven   that   the   lilt-quimtth    and  Nanaimo ituelway   Oompnny   did  oh Iho niuetcomh duy of Junuury,  1912, depotdt in 'ho Litud Honivtry  Ollieo in Ute (Jity  t-l   Victoria,   in  the Province of l.riliidi 0olrin.bin,  plan, profHo and book of reiereuco  showiny the locution of  its   pro  lound lino of railway from   Black  Snywaid Land District,  District ol Siiywa'td.  TAKE NOTICK that Munny  CJdrlay, of Vioiorin, oocupatton,  bmkor, intondH to apply for por*  mir-pion topurchapo tho followinj.'  dci-ci'ibi'd binds:���������  C'omnioncing ut a post plan ted  at tho N. IS. cornor of Lot !57(i,  tlienco west 20 chuiiv, thoiicv  north 20 cliniiiB to clioro lino,  tlienco lollowiug Bhnro line earner  Greek to C.impholl "Hivor,   Van | thenco followlna ������hnro lino castor  couver Is and,,, icmt;   MUo 49 to ,        .    , ..    ,   ,       .'       ,  Milt, 72 .'5,  as   ,.p,.r,ned   by   iho ly H������d wutborly to point of com  lionnl of Itailwuy   ComniiMiiioners monnomoni,   onnlnining   00 aorei  for Onnndn.  DAT1SD    lhis   twenty���������bocoihI  day of January, 1912.  W. ']<'. .Sai.hiiijry,  Biortuiuy.  , ,     r,   ,-.  ���������Il,  \v   \\  '������Vii.I..i.U������,  A ! r.y.i.tr-'  nrv   c*   '"?.*> ���������*---en * ���������o*^,*.'1  i'roprietoi'i).  ���������'Oil .^Ai.lv   *V I-lack teiun of  ri   '(nnd    <'i-*u*r.'il    purpose  IfOM SAhW-TheKouth Kaat  ciii'iii'i' ui    .nai \ puj't   j\\finii*   anu  iSiH'oud St., witli litiildings,    Price  |$',125.00,    Apply at llsis ollice  or  P, 0. ]_o.\ Oil Vancouver.  -.������-. wk*, " ������������������    ���������*. ���������**������"* *���������<*  te:i,���������,   Applv H.nitii Hn*.. Hand j itffitfKj WooA'c X^03pliodinot  ,vn'l:.     Wll   h 11 cheat*        ��������� \   *in/f-  *W Tonr-H i������u<l InvlKorat^-tliu .. t-i.T-s  I Al.\*J*-.^mt    .,,<���������,,,.,..,    ...'..*.HI.      IJtllL,   i       (ml,,  iti |Ou nr i  Mr:..   Siinuts vi Iii  <j.i v**   U���������,���������su:  i:, ii.e pi.iiiu a:*y !-i"'** ���������<'   ��������������������������� r ���������''���������<���������  ���������.���������rl������fr'  Mrs. ISinims will give lessons  on the piiu.o nt her houno in .lor.  uiuiIbiii, fui'inerly owned by Mr.  James   Ktewni'V    on   and   after  iUUlOll -flil-r���������Ulllh ilaui io C������i''p ���������>���������'  usual,  ^*^^M**VvV*^Vl/^^',"*VW,ft3  r\   i.i  TADC5CI   I  ,   ft, iiWmi~.  acres  moro or loss.  MURRAY GOIIUY  Name of applicant i������ full.  Date March 27th, 1912.  nt aa* if-a-v-) 9 ������_M������_r#/iAg������.'������wr^W HW-imiUil r*������  lilGII GRADE STOVES'  Ati-i nil XlTCHRNr.UTUNSILB  -���������I.e.  li  1  /J'*il_^!.'^<_."itrv<mii* f-y-itxi'ii,   iiiiiJn;.*)   imiv  ; WifVtfi ���������'Ja.OlCv.4l-* old Vein:-, (V.    ��������� .V,-,..������*  ,..��������� U.V.Ill'j, Mi-i,*iiluiiil J'f. ���������hi ll'iti-n,  1>>  \u.iintiwi, Ik.runl WtnlntM, I'm1.' .���������������������������������.,.., ,-'/��������� c  ,   . i.,t>i,;-���������-iH,<tf,d. .r:.;-ti,! if .itf'Of.'ii; ''���������<" **���������<.  I'iUoU tn-fli-ilt- t'.>.l',(Vi.   Ot'C v.illI'liM"'.,.v  K.ith'U".   :.i-J ;iy.'il f.in.'i.M\y. i--.ni-.l; In ,   ,_ ���������  l-l -In j.l<7. I.I' r.*.i*l|-t. it prill'.    A.-i-* /'i-.-i   Jht ' fl      ^ .    f\ ,.   * \*.,mr, , .'.,, nS  Sportsmcns Goods  and  \ General Hardware  Hay wind Land DitHiiot  DiHtrlet of Bnywnrd  TAKIS NOTICE thnt Percy A E  Wood, of Victoria, oi'cupution bro*  hli, iltiuilUO IU <i|i| ,j   oi'  p*.:?..''.'^'.!*!'.!  to purciiuiitj tlie fol.uwii'tf JacfiU'd  IiiiuIh;--  CommonciiiK at a post planted  nt. tho B. W. Cornor of Lot, 105,  Uuiiicu imrlii bo cii uiu*-, ilunv��������������� Vicr.  20choinH lo Bhorr, thonco tunUlicr*  ly following ������iior������ lino to a poinl  niakina fiO chain**, coutlioi'ly, iheiuo  enptcrly following <-lioro lino to  point of eoiiiiiHUicisiit'iil, igntair.-  in. I (If) norm, nun," n- Icih.  I'liKlY A. JC. WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Di.tc March ������Ur������,iy 11������i2  Bay ward Land District  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that Kyrle .0.  Symotiet of Victoria, occupation  (.urntic-man, intends to apply for  pormiHNion io putchau. tho follow  ing doBcri fond lands:*���������  Co.niin<TiciiJH at a post jilantod at  Uie N. W corner of lot 316, thenco  mouth 20 chiiinp, thenco west 80  ohnins, thonco north 60 *chuinn lo  abort* line, tlience cast folliAving  ili.iro lino 80 clinins to point of  commencement, contniiilng 280 ao-  row more or Icpr,  KYRLE. 0. BYMON9  ��������� Name of Applicant in full  Dftto Mnroh 2(Jth, 1912.  FORM OP NOTICE  New Westminster Lund District  DiHkrict ('f New Wes* minster P������C  TAKE NOTICE that I, lleniy  PifToy, of Saiidiviok, 11. O. occit-  pnHoii Krmner, iwtcnrls to apply  for permission to purchase Jilie  following described lands;-Coin  nuMiciug at *n pest planted at lhe  South -Hast corner, about one  and a half miles from IJoycl  l'<������int, in Mom fray channel,  thence 20 chains north, thence  vo chains west, thence 20 chains  south, llienr-i' ki chain**- tftsl, to  poiut of foinini'iieeiiietil, ..outrun-  iui: .joucrt.s. ini-'f <-' \ "*���������  HI.:-... .   i iKRCY  Applicant.  Km  ) tot; isEWB. ���������t)MTfmij^m_BitrriiM*i* OT^m&Mk-:  ������r-f**^ttW*f^**l������<l>l**������l*������^*|,.1*l*>*1M  Makea Ycur EXPENSES Ught  Maboa Your BISCUITS Li_!.t  Mckoa Your CAKES Uchl ^p^������  IVIakco Your BUNS U3t.t  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E.W.G?aETTCO.,LTD.  /^V. Toronto, Oul.  NOTICE** -her.'by giveu tbat nt" tbo'  next mooting of,the Board of Li.euso Com  tni--.Bioi.erB of tlio City cf Cmv.borlai'ul, we  intoi'd to apply f������r a louc-wal cf tho hotel lio-n&o hold by ua fur iho Veudome'  Hotel, situtitod ou lol,r> bluclc 3. Ciimbou-  land IWi.Bitd.  WILSON & BRAMBERG.'  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvory convenience for guests.  Tho Q.ntial Hotul for Sportsmen  None but iho Best of Wines and Liquors  at ihe Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  Dated thia 7th dn* i,f Nov., 1911.  - NOTIOK n l-or.b/givon that at Uv.  ubxt mailing of tho Board if Licence Com-  iniaeiouora of iho City of Cumbprlat d, 1  nteud to app.y for a rouowa! uf th'.** hot-  ol li.caso held by mo tor the Cuniborluud  l.ott.l, wtiuitid on lot 1, block li, Cu'niler-  laud To-vuaitG.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated this 7th dny of Nov., J911.  i__w.. 1.  ihmlmhh 11 wn ������������������ii��������������� i>*iinT.nt.,.i n _imn.������������������ 11������������������ -��������� ���������������������������  NOTICE is hereby divert thnt 30 days-J  after date application will be made to  the Supcrinicndcnt of Provincial Police.  Victoria, B. C, for a ttnnsler of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known is the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox, 15. C. fiom John  (Jinnies Chircncc to Amos Coti'm^ton,  ��������� John Charles Clakkncic,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottinoton,  Applicant.  '  Dated M.������v 15th, 1912*  PUBLIC NOTICE  * NOTICK is hereby .given .tliat  all property owners are requested to connect their "premises'  with the-new sewers, wherever  same are .completed, on or before  the, 151I1. day of March, 1912,  and it' 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, 191s  ��������� Epjj__������ig$_tgijKH>  ROOMS for rou! at Marinulli'i,  Rooming Houso, Denvent Ave*  KOR  John Johnston,   Prop  ^Mftnl?flt*-^ri^f-XH^*i'*'iHL^*^^f^HhtftHil*rii-*Iwft*,*i^  c.  0  1.  ������  -co  <.  DI  ..(3;  .������������������������  *x*.  $  o  o  *������  QJ  mimmt  CO  ������3  T3*  "���������.-.Ci..  Ut  Ui  Ui  -    *mm{  B  B  Ui  tn vg  V  **N  _������mJ  *~i  -."������������������ess:  ���������*->  ���������-Ui  m  ' <.\}  ���������ax  ��������� ������������������1 .  ":'������������������!  ���������>  -���������������������������"rt.--  v������y  _o_  ������    fc  ���������w  C   _\_  6  ������  -������-  &  0  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  -I S A US���������Three milk,  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and h  geneial purpose mare, age three  aud iour year,*;. Apply to .1).  Roy, Roy's Beach.  SALE  GOB.NBR    LOT. AND   ADJOINING   LOT  -*��������� aa, *x*mtmna������-*m\-*aTmm _ae������gKf__ra_i H^n*f������ m<maarwm  ��������� - House, liarp, and two full sized lots, thoroughly  cleared, First-class gardeu, ten roomed house, barn 50x30  and other outbuildings. Beautifully situated, on one of  the main thoroughfares of Oumberlaud. Priee $3000;  terms $2000 cash; balance to arrange. A snap, and oue  of the best buys iu City. For particulars apply at Tho  Office of the News, Cumberland IV. C.  FOR SALE  HALF LOT size 30 x rao, situated on Duusmtiir Aven  ue ; iu good business location, close, to tlie Bank of Commerce. Price 81500; terms, ������1000 cash; balance to suit  purchaser. For particulars apply at The News office,  Cumberland. 15. 0.  v**g.wcji__^.i������j^^ MMIl'|J!IW'.  Union Steamship Co. of B* C.  THE S. S. CO W1CIIA N.WILL SAIL AS UNDKK  POWELL RIYER-COMOX-UNTON-OAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p, inArrive Comox Friday 6 a. m.  Depart 7 a. m.  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 am.  (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN'ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive" Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive. Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a m, Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.  Cement "blocks oto,  concrete'    chimney  Mocks a specialty.  Samples to be seen  at McKean il 3_fis-  coe's store, Coiirteia������  ay. B.C.  \&r>" For estimates aud particulars write J. Lawrence, Oomox,  B, 0.  i-  &.������������������������������������  /���������Vi.*  %'-���������" ���������hk"-.' . .  :%S<^?<'^Ji4 M The purest aud best BEER, and  3m\i$M}^>m^ made in Cumberland.  ���������Nfr   _____  ���������COPYRIGHT. ~  :&af|*9  ee������GGe-e������������3-  V/e are showing nearly 400 different lines of Spring Suitings.  Comprising all the new color effects aud latest weaves in medium weight Cloths. Fancy Wor-;  steds and Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds., .Scotch Tweeds, Blue  and, black Serges aud Cheviots.  @@������c������@$^'Sse���������*������s*ed3���������������'������������  fi  Sayward Land" D1������ 1 riot,  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that Charming Stun.  ���������Dunbar, of Now Yoik, Now Yfrt^.  occupation clnrk, intend to m-inyfor per-  roiiainn to piirt-liasu tho follow rg oi**  oribod-land*-*. Commencing ������t a-port iilant'  od.nt north-cas*. comer o������ lot- IiliO, tl.euct  liorllt 81) chai.ia, theuce *.v������.t BO o'sliini).  IhuacB south 80 chnina, Uiotic- .('st 80  chaius to point of fi-iuiaKnc-.-mtnt, containing 010 acrco moro or lesn.  CKANNING yTtJAUl'DUNF-AK  riahfr M,Ga*i.,i***i> A (..oat.  DutoJum. 23rd, 191'_  Hayward Laud Diutiiet.  District of S.Aj*war.l.  TAKE NOTICE tliat John Ar Imr Dft'y,  of Now York, New York, oceupati.'ij clerk  iutouda to ajiply for ponuibfiiun to pur-  ohiuo tho lollowiug dcpoi'iboJ lundn:������������������  Commonoing at a poat planted :>t tlio  south-cast cornor cf Lease 10, theuce  uouth.SO cUaiuu, thenco wukI 80 chaino,  thonco north 80 ohainu, thonco <*s������l 88  oliuinB'to poiit o( commcnccim-nl coutaia  ing GiO aoros moro or 1o.h .  JOHN AHTUUU DALY  Fi.hor II. (.iasLiiji*, Agent.  Dalo Juuo 24th, 1012.  Suyward Land District.  Diatriot ot fSaywnrd.  TAKE NOTIOI3 tlut Walter Uoddl.  Btet, of Now York, Nov Yuik  occupation laborer, i.U-mJi 10 apply  for porniwaion to puicVuse tho fol owii y  described la-ids:���������Commoi-.cirg *it u-pt.-.t  planted 120 chain*' wot mul 10 o'iaiji.  north of tho south���������!>���������_.*.. comer of Lou..  46, thou co sontl- c1. cLuduti, thenco t)*-st _B '  ohnins, theueo uoith 80 i-hiiiiw, th-.-i-oo  west 40 chains to point of ooninwi.c .moot  ^outaiuiug 320 acre, moro or 1c..  AV ALTER UEDJSLL HliST  '      _,,        Fisher M. Gaskiu*1, Agont.  Date Jiinj 2_th, 1912.  Sayward Laud D'ntnut,  District of S���������^wu\l.  TAKE NOTICE that OIimIm PFnny of  Vancouver, B. C; ocoapuli.in coutrnco**,  intonds to apply fur permission to purchase the following described * lend.:���������  Commonciug at  a   post  planted   at   tha  South east corner of lot 078, thenc 1 weat  40 chains, thence south 80 chaius, th.rce  cast 40 chains, thence nor.h SO chnius to  point of commencement containing 320  acres more  or less.  Charles \'v.ssi  Fisher  M, Gaskina, AgcaJ..  Dated June 10 th, 1912.  (if  .mon.  oay  Company, Ltd.  !!!l!i:!lli:illil!i!ii!  I!illlliilll!li!  !.;!i;::i:!r,;i!iiiiiiiiii!iitiiiii!ii!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiHi!i������iii::i������iiii!i!ii!irto.  4k.  ti.  n  B  E  Sayward Land District  District of'rfaywi-rd  TAKE NOTICK that M^rllo Bonnet te.  of Vaucouvor, occupation Nurse, intcuri**  to apply for permisaiou to purcluto lhe  following described lands:���������Oonmisuciu-*  at a poat planted at the uoitli east coru_r  of Jot. 1584, theuce eas,t 40 cliain., thenoo  thence- north���������40��������� chain.-���������thence���������west  40 chains, ihenco Routh 40 cl*miw_ to  poiut of commoucomciit containing 1(50  acres more or Icse.  MyuTU*: Boksh-i'c  .Fisher M. Cuakina, Agent.  Dated Jane 19th, 1912.  NOTICK is hereby given tha  ;)0 ilnys al'tor date application will  ho mado to tlio Suporii.teuduiit ol"  Provincial 1'olioo, Victoria, for n  traiirtl'or of tho hotel liconeo to soil  liquors by retail in tlio hotel  known as the Loruo Hotel, situated al Cotiiox,!.. C, from Flor-  o.ice M. CHtTo to Goo. M, liiirlow.  ' JPuilt^NCW M. (Jufvic.  Holder of Liconeo,  Gkokok M. 1-iaki,ow,  Applicant.  P.itod Mfttih 27th,   1012,  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  accident?  MOVING ?  Pianos anu  Vukniturk  Freight*, Wood and Coal Hauled  MSFE!  RICI1AUDSON & HAYWOOD  PHON1S 5.7  Windermere Ave.  Liability. Btirgliiiy and Automobile Insurance.  FOR INFORMATION WRITE THK  Vancouver Island   insurance_ Co.,  820 Fort Street       -.-..-      -     "-  OIUDKKS TAKKN   FOR  NUT   COAI,  -  '���������....      Bui wm(1 Laud Dmlrict.  ���������*���������>-������������������������������������'��������� ���������  Disti let of i..iyH  TAKH NOTICE Unti  OnarltB Unary  Ihat,   (-1   Now York,   N, Y.,   <>cunpalion  *S.iy\vn*d Lnnd liistrloi  liifitiictot Sayward  TAKE NOTICK that William John  VVhitiDR of Mo v York, N. Y,_ oouupation  Kucluocr, intends to a])_ly for ponnissioi.  to i.urchato tlio followin;. clt-Boriba-1 kudu:  ��������� Coin.nci.cing 110 a yo-t pluntod 00 obuion  nouth anil :)0 chtiiit cait fron tho until  ea.t c-oruor of I -t 570 (o 1 post Si"4) thonoo  noith 20 ch.iiR, th nco weat 30 chain.,  thenco hou li _(J uhaiua, thonco oubL Wi  cluiu- to po'nt of ci ininoi..CGiiicut oju-  liiiniuK 00 ac o* moro or low.  AYu.u.vm Joiih Whitino  Fi.lier  M, Guakin-j, Agent  mifd June 23rd, 1912  mm iiiwucm i*wiiiMiiiiii__iiBiiiiiwpiiiin wiwu���������MaiiMim wiuwr ���������  Snywurd Lnnd DiBtrict.  Dii*tii.t ot Snywurd.  TAKK NOTICK   tbnt;. ll<nry   Alfred  Ho B, of Now Yrtrk, Now York, ooouputi-  onolootrioiiin, intonds to apply for^urniiii  aioii to purni'sAion.to purohnuo tho foliow-  liog 'dosor.lbed' lnad**s���������I3oininonoint������ at a  Snywani Land District  Dirt'riob i*f *. VHiird  TAKE NOT1CJK that Josuph Hcniy  Buor ff Now Vork, oojupition Salesuiuu.  inttads to npply for pciiuiuciou to j'tti*.  cliuBQ tho following difiorilw-l laud..: ���������  CunimoiioitiK nt .*i po.tp!,mLed 90 chum**  wedt u;nl ten chaina north ot tho aonth  cant corner of hasc 40, thouco norili 20  cliuiDH, thenoo east 20 uliiiinG, tlieno auutn  l0 cl'uiu., tlionce 'vns.t 20 clmina to point  of coniiiiuiiconient contuinintj 40 uct-ea  more or Iuhb.  Josr.i'n Ifi-.N'itY lUi:u  FiHhor tM, OnekinH, Agou*.  Dated June 25th, 1912.  VICTORIA, B.C,  ^7ltllllllll!UI!!li:!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!ll  ll!l!llllltlllllHltll!lllllll!illl!l!ll!lltllllllt!lillllllli:t>ll<llllll!IIHttlltlltllll!lllll1llhllinitilHl^  ���������FOIt SALE���������A hook nil young  sports Bhould road, prico $1,00  Address lettorn, dniwur 4'1, Nun-  a'ino, .IJ, 0,  NOTIOK  i  To whom it mny concern:���������  Thin is to   notify the   public  that nil freight charges ou bonded goods cleared   at Uni'm Bay  for the Comox Valley   must   be  p.UC. bcfojC l^rirle r>r\n 1>,*. Innvtwl  cvl. liy ,o?dcr  Canadian*Collieries Dnnsmuir]  Co,  &  Pt  g  ������O  r-f  t   tr  1U1 1.  i������01  t*r^rt  I .V  r* ir tr  W..M-.  MM. ?,-(,.  *, J  a  __'^  ������  w q -a  isfl  "1 w __  ���������m  a w <������  On  o  0 3 n  ������ K  O*  "*-     *d  i d'9  -is 2  ��������� HI* I'I  9,".������  8  -m  CI  4)  H it  -a p  B       m  *S,g  jo m  &  \*t  *m  u  p.  NOTICE  BaloBumu, intm.d-* lo ftI)tJly Tor ])..rini^:ion po;t I>laIll0ll ni( Ul0 W)lllh 0lisfc oorilt.r cf  to purohaHO the fo'lowiiiR (lt-naribctl land.: (t|)0 nMth wos,(. qnftrU���������, (>j M m< -iht,m  OommoiiOiiiR nt a ji-mt ��������� .nnlotl lit Llio  iv)i'Ui-oii������t ooruor of let 552, tlunco north  20 ohnins, tlwi*.co'w(Ht 2>1 olmiiiH, thenoo  smith 20 chilinf, thoneu oiiBt 20 clrdaa to  point of c'omiiK'ticoiiHjnt oonUiiilr(j 40  '.wrciit moro nr lo ha,  CJIAai-BH URNKY UKUT  li'ii.Uor .Nl. Uiiduuii, Ak- lit.  l)*toJiiiu*'_Oili, 10)2,  tons of good baled hay,, juice  #14 per ton at Granthaui. F.H.  Janes', Sandwich, IJ. O,  .���������'OR SALl'.~(,i;iso!iv,c launch  30 fvi-f in U-nf^h, 7 ft beam, 8]h,  ��������� , i> . engine, will cany jo pas-ien-  j������crs,   Two cabin*'. Apjily Tntu-  DJ.y'.s Ujcyclc Shop, ,^vil St.  Mm*  n  V,  it  ,m  w  *  Q  te  V  ,ri  'A  &  .������  O  t:  .A  fit    m  B 8  ������ ���������������  M  11J  !t!  rm  tt  *  1  tr!  .������  >r  m>  .il  tu  H  "tt  ml  b  u  w  U  W  r~  ���������r.  i.'"'  i������  c 2  li  fit. p  m*   U.  sn *  u   .  hi r  t '������  i  g  ���������3  H  ���������fl  ���������a  H  Anyporson or persotts, enltiiifj;,  I'oiuuving or taking nny blockn,  liinbof or wood, of any dw-ciipliodn  JolotifTincT to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tliolmid  of tlio Raid Company, or nnyoiio  tipping rubbish of any description  nny where upon the company'h  lan-1 will bo prosoftiitod to tho full  extent of tho law.  W. L. COULSON,  C4(*ntn,al Mann'tfor,  Wellington Colliery Co,y,  40 uhnhiHoiiHt, thonoo 40 chums 101th  tlioiieo40.ohai.iu west, tlionci 40  olmim-  Houth to point ut coniimiiiioinont ootitRin-  ing 100 aurcB nioro or 1 hr,  JIrniiv Ali-'iikd JIichs  Fifiher M,(iiinliinK, A^ont.  D*������ti'd.Juno2tbl������, 1012.  Rfiywnid Lnnd DUtriot,  l)i������triut of Snywurd.    *  IV.KM KOnCK MirtlGoorao Sluuko, of  Now York, N, y,, ocoiipntion  onginocr,  intoii-'u to. ppply fir 1 ounlnMl 111 lo pur>  iihnno   tlio   fo'.lowing  donorlbnl linidHt���������  Uoimnonolug at 11 pnit jdiiiiU'd CO ohainu  Houth of tlio itortli-iiiiat ooruor of lot Wil,  ihoiicu oimt 20������������������cliniiiii, tlunco noith -10  idiniii!", thonoo  wo.t 20 cluinn,  thonco  HOUtlt 40 oliniiii'i to pi)int iif*"������niiiiiivut'0-  mont ooutAining 'e.D im-xm ni< im nf U-m,  i.KOltl.K STUCKK  Vi,hor M. ClnriUiuM, .Spoilt.  Dalo Juno lOdi, 1012,  Sayward Ltnd Piatritt,  DiHir'ot ot Snjwaid.  TAKK NOTION thnt William John  SulMvi-n, Nuw Yoik, N, Y., ooouputioit  clerk, intendii to npply fur pcrmi������Blon to  puiuhaso tho f!������:!iMJH|( (hit fol'otviiis don*  orll) d landii:���������''ominonahiK nt   a   ponl  ]lhllltod  IOlillllillslHnllt.il   ft'(lll)   II;0  nouth*  oiiht cornor *f lot 07!) (on pout 071) thenco  north 80 cluiiiiH, Uihicii ou������t 80 ohninr,  thonco Hoiitli SO olnvliiH, thonoo wo������l 80  c)ininp, to 'point of iwninonoi'nmiil. con*  liii..inu CIO uoron moro or leu**.  WILLIAM JOHN SUMJVAN  l^inhorM. OiukiiiP, Agout,  Dalo Jiiuo 2Lt, 1012,  Sayw4iid Laud DiBtrict  D'.striot of Snywurd  TAKK NOriOB thnt James Unrnaid  Duun oil "Now York, N. Y., ououjiiiiiott  Teuobor, intondH lo apiily fur pormiHbiou  to puruluigi) Iho fol.'owJiiu duaorihud Inud .*  ���������C'ominonoiug at ������ poat p'liuted ut tho  north eiiHt cornor of lot 58'), thonoo north  80 ohains, thouco wont 80 ohainH, thonoo  KonthSO ubiiiuH, tiliunoo Olint U0 oliiiiim to  punt of comiuonoouiuiit oontiuniiifj; 010  a'oi'oa moro or 1������������9.  Jamhh'.JIkjinaud Dunn  " Fiahor M, (3������kini), Agont,  Dntod Juno 24tli, 1012  SaywHrd Laud DUtriot,  DUtriot of Sayward.  TAKJ3 NOTICE tii.t John   Loonnvd  Ryan of Now York, Now York, oconpnti-  011 broktir, intondn to npply for permitfiiou  to piirohnHO the ptuuh'iiio thu following do*  Horihud  lititdu:���������Commonoinif at   n po..f  pluntod -nt tho not'Ih-oobt tiOiaoi' (-f tliy  north onot quarter of lot 5S1, thonoo cunt  80 ohtiofl, thanco north lOohiiiiH, tho.ioo  went 80 ohiilnH, thotioo couth -10 clininu to  point of commnnoumutit oontniuiiiK  H20  tiou'fi moro or Ion**.   1  JOIIS'LICONAHUHYAN  Kiuht-i M. (jn.liiiR', A gunt,.  Dalo Junfc 21th, 101 f."  P  (A  suiiHOui'nK von t  II K  NKWrJi  ONLY ON K DO 11, AH A YKAK.  UOXf.\ttit,  Riding on bio.omotivt'n nnd   mil  ivny care) uf   the   Union   flolliory  Com|jiiny by nny porcon   nr jut*  Mm*   oxer-jit t.-iin ctoiv���������iti strictiy  prrthiHtod.    Kniployeen  nra sub*  "'ce tti ('.|fuii?n:il fur alitiwiiij*  Hftiii*  Hy ordur  W.  L.   COULSON,  Cli')icr.'ilM.'inn;(t:-  Siywurd Lnnd 'Dint lot.  Dmtiiot of Howard.  TAKE NOTJi ,.K th.t CI (inrgo  ClurliM  Stoii", nf  Now   Vytk, N. V.,   ooi'iip .(\l<'ii  UilIK, UillOiin ���������.������    tt\,\,'f  iu   ,..,'..;.'!    '  purchnijothi> followlnsdiuoiihcd hiul*: -���������  Cominui.ci >j������ nt ;\ pout ; In it-d 40 ch L.m  wo������t.-vd IM clmiim n r'h ��������� l ih������ noit'i oiut  omn-r nf ji1! o'tf, tlu-iico oium 40  -Iiuuh,  Suywnrd Laud District  District of Haywiird  TAK15 notice tlmt -.lolm  C������������-  biily,    of    New   York,   N   V,,  occupation     Kiroiuan,      intciuh)  J to apply fur pi-rin>s->ion to pur*  'clinic   Iho    fw'il.Aviii^   I'a.rcrSbed  luiidii;���������Coinmuiiciiij^   ut a   po.-t  planted 20 chains aonth   nnd   M  \a piirohnioiho   HIowIdk   iiMpriv������.ljcl������ni������������WPt.i������fiho imiMli corifiM- of  1 1,   (.',,.���������;���������::**.*w- ���������!<��������� ������   ;������>������i ('iiM.ifi'thot F)i)\, thcni'o \vci*l !H) (duiliiB to  Hnvwnrd Lind D'ntiiot.  Dintriotof Sjlywntd.  TAKK NOnO)4 Unit William AttRHiiHt  niHhohofl, ftf N������w York, N. Y., oooiipn-  tio'n uWlt, intotn'ii to i>pply for pt������riiiii������N<on  :ifl chili h onnt nml 40 thnii h norlh of tlu  north* wont cornrr-ftl !<������t r������r������3, thttif* vuil  So ohvn������ moro or Iohh, to lot W.I, Uivnci*  ���������10 ohnina ujit'h  nlo'ig ^n^l liminihiry  of  llu'i OiitCiivii   t!0 iiiiui",  tiViiu)  wi"t   't0|lot Ml, tlutice mnl ol) uhniiiH morn Of \r*$>  ohiii 11, iJiomx 11 -nl, '..'1 t,. i.-.i .11 ,.-..'..'���������) J to !-!-.H'.''-(ii,   if-.fnon I'oith   ������0 nhnioii   tn  ootntnoncoment c'iiiiau.iirj M .wi'i** moro  or l(**t-  (IKOHOi; V\\.MlfiKiSroNK  YvJ.-r M. (Jj.ini, t*^"-*,-  DaU-JuiHJl'J-h. mi-J,  point of pominonofiiiont conUinliiK 200  l*< IIK  OIHIM ill'   ItiHU,  WILLIAM AtJUAUHt lUSIICIIOFt'  I'luhtr M .OmkiLt, ARtnt.  Iht. .luiiit '201.1., iiW'i  east hoimdry of l������t fifil, thonco  ronth IK) I'.lniiiiH, thence wist 8U '  c.lutinfi, tlioiK'o iiui'lli '30 dial uh to  point of eominenciimunt contain  i iim i)0 iwucii inuio. ov  j John Casotuy  j l-'ishcr M, (;;i)*l.i>������ri, At;f*nt,  JUtodrJui'nUih!  I. -  i!������������'  k..',  Mmmmmmmm_mml^_lmimtmm*mmm  _J]_^ THE NEWS..jCTT?.TT?ET?T,AXD;T5. c.  HAVE YOU A SKIN RASH?  Zam-Buk Will End It.  For skin rashes, eruptions, eczema,  etc.. either in adults or children,  there--is, nothing, known to science,  which equals Zam-Buk ln tho quickness and certainty ot its curative  power. Mr. Raymond Webber, of. Al-  lanburg, Ont., writes: "I have tried  Zam-Buk for many ailments, and  every time have found It successful.  Somo time ago I had a bad rash all  over my body. 1 tried, home-made  salves, herb salves, and various homemade preparations, and theso proved  ot* no use/but when I tried Zam-Buk  I was cured in a quarter of the timo  that. I had been experimenting In vaXn  with other preparations *'. u  "On another occasion I had one of  my fingers crushed, and In that, caso  also Zam-Buk was the only remedy I  used. It healed the wound splendidly.  "My boy had bolls and once,again  Zam-Buk brought about a complete  cure. "Wo have also used it as a household balm, for tho injuries and skin  diseases which are common to every  person, arid can say that in our experience thero Is nottuug to equal  Zam-Buk." '        ;  Zam-Buk owes its unique healing  power to certain herbal extracts It  contains. Unlike most ointments it  contains no poisonous coloring matter, no animal fat, but is purely herbal. For eczma, piles, blood poison, abscesses,, ulcers,, cus, burns and all  akin injuries and diseases It is without equal/Sfnd should be in every  home. COc box, all druggists and  stores. Use also Zam-Buk Soap, 25c,  tablet. ���������-.>..* '' -  What the Paris Police Arc Paid.  The Paris police who risked their  lives in trying to arrest the members  of tho automobile bandit band are not  overpaid.  Tho chief inspector, Colmard, receives $840 a year and has reached  the highest rate in the service. Sergt.  Fleury has $600 a year. After him  comes Inspector Rohr, who arrested  Carony, for which day's work he got  $1*50. ���������  Inspector Leroy has $1.34 a day and  Inspector Sevetro and Huet, who after watching for seven consecutive  nights, arrested Raymond la Sciesce,  do not receive quite $1.25 a day.  Inspector Naessens, who arrested  one of the gang, Paul Doebel, gets  the same amount.  It Is itruo "that pensions are paid  after a certain"length of service, but  it is not surprising in view of the,  scale of the pay that good men in the  Paris detective, service should be at-  dieted by private work." '.'*..'.';,  A lady recently stopped at an east-  rnd open-air butcher's stall and pur-  'T;hased~a-jqint-at-threepence-a*-poundr  She returned shortly after and com-'  otained that it was saturated with  naphtha from one of the butcher's  'amps. .''"y  o  "S'welp me!" remarked the butcher,  'You gels don't want much ��������� not  art! You've got a wing rib'off a bullock what was bred by King George  hisself for threepence a pound, and  low you ain't satisfied! You're askln'  -,oo much, mum, If you want your  ���������Junday's joint flavored with heau-de-  Jologne, you'll havo to spring another  n'pennyj" ���������  The Evils of Idleness.  It has been' said tbat Idleness is  the mother of mischief. It is also tba  mother of ill-health.  Tho lack of'muscular and, mental  activity, plays, havoc with^thejlvarious  tissues and functions of the human  body. Tho * science of physiology  teaches that idleness and inactivity  breed disease and death./Decay follows stagnation as naturally as night  follows'day'.  The law of llfo, whether purely  physical or intellectual, is activity  ���������ceaseless activity. ,. Just In proportion as you ceaso to work you cease  to live.   ,,* ..>   0  In health wo sle������p sweetly and  soundly, and work willingly. AVo eat  with a relish, and are hopeful and  happy. Our skies are bright, our  hearts aro full of May-day-music and  of love. The'world soems to us just  about right now, and to bo growing  better.., The people 'in it doing the  host thoy know how. Thoy aro growing wiser day by day, and will soon  know enough nevor to do wrong.  '.IlealI h means energy, enthusiasm,  and ardent activity. It means n childlike trust that all is well, and that it  will bo welt with us forever moro.  Torpor begets stupidity, suspicion,  hatred, misanthropy, and evfiry vile  thing. * Activity begets tho glow of  hope, the flush of joy, tho holy balm  of aspiration and a glorious anticipation  of the great hereafter.   ���������:,  Increasing years, silver hairs, old  age, aro not necessarily associated  with a daggering' mind, a stagnant  memory, a decrepit body, a complaining, tone, au absence of all that is real  in life,     * "���������   - *.  - ; ���������  We hear much of peoplo sick from  overwork." There are many more sick  from doing nothing. The person who  attempts to go through lifo avoiding  all effort, letting othersicarryall the  burdens, ''reaping -where,'he has not  sown," is not likely to-make substantial progress iii mental culture or  physical development and strength.',  The  Force of Lightning  The amount of light given by a single lightning flash is enough, an electrician calculates, to illuminate- an  area of two square miles.1".' -ho bolt  itself would be visible several miles  further off, but the remotest part of  the region mentioned would have as  much light as would be given by a  candle���������quite enough to read by.  To produce such a light it would be  necessary to expend 13,000 horsepower for a second. Theso figures  appear large, but. tho timo is short.  The flash might be for only 1-1000  part of a second, but the impression on  the eye would continue for a tenth  of a second anyway. Reckoned down  fo an exact hour, this moment of force  would mean only about four horsepower.  ~~ Tlie"questioiT 6f"ir6w'tlieltatic"'elec"  tricity gets into tho clouds is'difficult  to, answer. - Ono theory i3 that it' is  generated by the evaporation of water by the sun's rays. Another is  that static discharges aro contiually  taking place from the earth into the  air, and aro "there readily collected  by particles of moisture. Wlien the  particies of moisture . condense they  form heavy thunder clouds and this  formation of raindrops causes the  lightning flashes as explained.���������Chicago Tribune.  .-. Umbrellas and Parasol*. .-*.  -.  Fashions chango in umbrellas as  well aa in clothes. We find on visit*,  ing tho London Museum that; George  IV. used to carry a'grecn silk-timbrel-  .la fringed, with gold, and tabqut twice  as large as tlie ''umbrella"at today.  Parasols, too, havo diminished in size  since they first came into uso; Henri  Estienne, writing in .1578, speaks: of  a parasol as capable, generally of sheltering four persons from the sun. And  when they diminished in circumference tho material remained of the  heaviest*' Red volvet parasols, with  heavy gold friuges;' wero carried by  ladies of fashion in the'days of Louis  XI\', At that timo It was possible,  when crossing a bridge in .Paris, to  hire a parasol at one end and deposit  it at the other, the charge for tlio  accommodation being a sou.���������London  Chrouicle.  That Was "Willie."  The lato Bishop William N. Mc-  Vickar, of Rhode Island, harbored a  largo soul in a body to match. Ho  was a bachelor; whoso sistor kept  houso for him.  On ouo occasion he telephoned to  his tailor that ho wished, to have a  pair of trousers pressed, andythe  tailor, sent a boy to his-residence to  got them,   y  The Bishop's sister admitted the  messenger and called upstairs: "Wll-  He, the boy has como for your trousers!" '_   ,;'  When her. brother appeared the  youth's astonished gaze traversed the  prelate's, impressive "corporosity,"  then ho murmured:  "Gee! Is that Willie!"  AN INVITATION  TO SICKNESS  DOIT  Tommy's Aunt���������Won't you have  mother pleco of cake, Tommy?  Tommy (on a visit)���������No, I thank  you  Tommy's Aunt���������You "seem to bo suf-  .'erlng from loss of appetite. _  Tommy���������That ain't loss of nppotTte,  What I'm sufforing from is politeness.  To Use Stilts In Hop Field.  London.���������During the coming hop  season in Kent the workers will uso  stilts whllo tying tho vinos���������a custom which has been in disuse some  years.  FOR YEAR  Want* Other Women to Know  How She was Finally  Restored to Health.  What Ancient Knew About Eclipses  Tlio ancients found out how to predict eclipses of tlio moon, but those  of tho sun baffled them. They observed tho lunar cycle of elghteon Julian years eleven days, in which the  moon returns to almost tho same position ln tho heavens, but they,could  not apply this to solar eclipses, although tho period answors for both.  Tho reason of tho failuro was that,  although solar eclipses recur in a fixed  ordor within tho cycle, thoy are not  visible again at tho samo part of the,  oarth's surface. Eclipses of tho moon  aro universally visible.  In any given.year tho number of  eclipses of the sun and moon togeth-  or cannot be less than two or moro  than seven, The most usual num-  bor is four. It is very rarely that it  exceeds six, Astronomers observe  what thoy call "eclipse seasons" for  each year. Thoso last thirty-six days  for solar and twenly-throo days for  lunar eclipses, Tho seasons occur  about twenty days earllor every year.  --Pall Mull Gazettes'  Hammond, Ont, - " I am passing  through tlio Cliango of Lifo nnd for two  years had hot flushes very had, headaches, sorniioHH in tho buck of head, wns  constipated, nnd luidweak, nervous feelings. Tlio doctor who attended mo for  a number ot years did not holp mo, but  I havo been entirely relieved of tho  abovo Bymptoms by Lydin V��������� PinUhftm'B  Vegetable Compound, Blood PuriAornnd  Liver Pills, nnd glvo you permission to  publish my testimonial."-Mrs. Louia  BeaucaW'!, Ki\, Hnnimond,Ont,,Canadn.  New Brunswick,  Canada. ��������� "I cnn  highly recommend  Lydia K. Pinkhnm's  VegolnbleCompound  to nny suffering wo-  man. 1 have taken  it for femnln wonV-  noss nnd pninful  menstruation nntl it  cured mo, " ��������� Mrs.  Dr.Vr.iiR Ramiour,  ,_i nnrv.yy Bank, Now  nninnwicl-t, Canada.  I.,,lliu Ij,  I in'r.Iiaiii'rt V<rKeLu������l������ Colli-  Ghee Is used. In India as Is butter  iu American and European countries,  and, Jn fact, Is buttor, so prepared  thnt it, novel* grows titalo, instances  being known of Its preservation for  aa long iih 200 yours.  In preparing .tflieo, butter Is boiled  until nil tlio walory particles nnd  ciirdH havo boon thrown off by repeated skimmings. When tho liquor  Is oloar oil, it Im pourod Into a vossol  to cool. When cooled U Is In granulated form, and will keep for yearn  without becoming rancid or of bad  odor. Ghee has boon found In deserted castles, whero It must have been  loir, "moro than two oontiirles ago,���������  Tuchy Luu Cnsiio.  Thin/Watery Blood Leads to a 3r**a:*..  down in Hcait:-.,  Thin, impure blood Is an Invitation  to sickness; The blood is at- work  day and night to maintain tho health  and any lack of strength or purity in  the blood is a weakness in the defense against disease. Anaemia is the  doctor's namo for lack of blood���������  watery blood. There may be an  actual loss in the quantity  of blood, or one or more of its constituents may be lacking. The surest  symptom of anaemia is pallor. Tho  trouble is particularly common among  young girls between the ages of four-  teeny and eighteen, but is also found  in women of all ages, and quite frequently attacks men. It is nearly always present and prevents recovery  after grippe, fevers, malaria, and operations, and fov this reason a tonic  medicine is required in all these  cases to enrich the blood, build up  the nerves and restore health and  strength. And there is no other tonic  as good as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  ^s_l_9L?_J?^-1i-Pioi������?J-n-_ik9M'y>d.s_and^  thousands of cases'" among them ihat  of Miss Annie Turner, Marie Joseph  Post Ofllce, N. S��������� who. says: "Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have been of inestimable benefit to me. I was so badly run. down that J could .hardly .go.  about, was riot, able to help in the  work about the house. As my health  grew worse the trouble brought on  "ome species of fit,, and when those  attacks would come on, I would sometime" remain unconscious for half an  hour. After many other medicines  'wl, failed to help mo, my brother  got me a supply of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pilli*: and I began takings these. In  tho course of a few'weeks I felt much  better, and after taking tho Pills for  a tlmo longer I was again In the full  enjoyment of good health. I feel that  I cannot-praise Dr. Williams' Pink  PillB too highly and I recommend  thorn to all weak girls."  You can got theso Pills from any  medicino dealer or by mall at 50  conts a box or bIx boxes'for $2.50  from The Dr, Williams' Medicino Co.,  Brockville, Ont  "*'  Speaking Conscientiously.  Senator La Follette", during his recent visit to Philadelphia, said to a  reporter apropos of a flagrant piece  of hypocrisy:  "Why, tho man's as bad as a New*  port groom I hoard of tho'other dny,  "This groom stood besldo his master  whllo a veterinarian examined a cobI-  ly cob. Tho veterinarian at tho ond  of his examination, pronounced tho  cob incurablo and took leavo, Thon  tho mastor, sighing heavily, turned to  tho groom, nnd said:  "'Well, .Tamos, what nm I to do  wllh tho poor beast, now?'  "'Conscientiously sponkln', sir, tho  groom replied, ' 1 think you'd hotter  paji wllh him now to anothor gentleman, sir.'"  NO BURNED BREAD  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  No need to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it.     MOONEY'S B85CIMTS are  always right ��������� every biscuit inspected before it is  packed���������and they are as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  are the great favorites for every day use.'  They are made in vthe big sanitary factory Sri  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  In sealed tins as you prefer.  ������������������LET MOONEY  DO IT"  a  And DON'T Forget thel^pleBuds,Giandpa  Shopping is only half done if you forget the Maple  Buds. Children must have sweets.   Then* little natures  crave  for dainty sweet  things.    Bad  for  them ?  Not Cowan's Maple Buds.   Pure milk, pure sugar,  .pure chocolate.   What could be more nourishing  and wholesome ? What else could made them  such_fav_orites_.with���������intelligent���������mothers?���������Make-the^  children happy. Give them sweets you know are good.  Put Maple Buds on your shopping list.  The COWAN CO., Limited  mS'J*^       TORONTO,  Ontario  THEY'RE NOT MAPLE BUDS  UNLESS THEY'RE  COWANS  MAPLE BUDS  Pura Milk Chocolota  N������B3 and deiljro rtglitered  202  Look for llio Noma  Ask for Mlnard's and take no other,  Thorn wan, not loin; since, a venor-  nhlo and benevolent Judgo in PuvIb  who, at tho moment of passing son-  tnnco on a prisoner, consulted IiIh as-  HoolatoH on tfneh sldo of him, uh to 1ho  proper penalty to bii������ inlllctcid, "What  ought wn to glvo this niRonl, brother?"  ho nald, bonding ovor lo ono upon IiIh  rihiit, "I oiuni/d Ji.iy Uiujo >i*������u������."  "What Ih your opinion, brother?" to  thn othPi', on his loft, "I Hhould glvo  lilm about four years.' Tho Judgo  (with benevolence)���������"Prisoner, not dc-<  siring to give yon n Ioiik nml severe  onn <f ImprlKonmciit   iib I   should  pound, mndofromnatlvorootsnndherbi,' I ],avo dono ir loft to mynolf, I havo!con-  contnlriH no imrcotic or harmful drugfl,  ond to-dny holds tlm record of bclnf? tlio  most Micwiwfu! romedy for fomnlo ills  wo know of, nnd t1iotinitnd������ of voluntary  testimonialH on (lio in tho rinklmm lnb������  mill od my loaruod brothorH, and I Hhall  talco tlu'lr advlco.    Sovon yearn!"  Not a TriiBtlno Wife.  Tho day hnfore Him was to ho mar-  oratory at Lynn, Miikh., booiii to provo  rlod lhr> old ninro mirvnnt camo to hor  UiIh fact.   Kvory Buffering womnn owou J inlHlroHH and fntriintod her HavItiRH to  it to liiTHtdf to h'ivo Lydia V,. I'iiikham'i  li'i' lu:t;pliiK.  VoRotuble Compound a trial I    "Why Bhould I keep It?   I thou������lit  If you waul -mortal nilvlce mite !������>"'������ worn Kolng to Kot niiiii'led?" nald  Lydlii K. IMiiklinm MnlMnn Vo. fronfl*  ���������������������������" iniHlroHH.  dentUI) Lymif Mumm.   Your loderwlll     ''Si������ I In, iiiIhhiih; but do you H'pose  lo opened, ivud and muwered Uf ft  I'd keep till din money In the bonne  woman mid held la strict confldeuofc wid dnt ������ttiiii_;e nlfuter?"  "Whon ouo hears of a drama without word������," Hiiyn a loiter from St.  PotorBburB, "tho mind naturally tnriiH  to tho motion pleluro; but If tho torm  Ih lined In ooniioet.loit with tho ontor-  prlflo of IT. ^InrdH(!lmnow tho Inference Ih wroriK," "The theatre audi-  onceH havo Rrown weary of dialogue,"  aaya Mardachanow, "and playa iu  which action, mualc and scenery can  tako ftb placo miiBt boe.omo popular."  In ordor to domoiiBtrato thin theory  llio dramatic reformer has opened a  pliiyhoiifio for tho production of word-  Iohh dnuiidH In Moscow, whoro tho  flnnt, entitled "TearH," will bo produced this month,   "Tho work is of a  former iIovh," ������nyn the writer, "unit  allhoiiKh tho nators may Itnow no Inn-  giiaRo except tholr own, tho plays  which they produce can readily bo understood by anyones."  Not a Vacation.  "I mot William Morgan, Sinister at  a dinner at the Savoy in London,"  said a Chlcogoan,  ShitBtor ' was rathor bitter about  Russia.   And no wonder, eh?  "Talking about Russia, ho Bald ho  thought it a lino placo to keep away  from, 'although,' ho added, 'I must  confess that'a great many fine, liberal-  minded pooplo havo from tlmo to tlmo  takon n knoutlhg thero.' "  Wright���������Hello, old man! Been in  Florida, havon't you?  Ponmnn���������Yes, for two months.  , Wrlght~Do any writing while you  woro down thero?  Ponmnn-���������Yen, a lot of It.  Wright���������What did you write?  Potunan���������OhocliH.���������Yonkors Slates-  man, *<  Very Eccentrlo  Vienna can boost a curious eccentric, who turns llfo tipnldo down, a  rich young Polo, who llvos in sumptuous etylo, but always mtmmonf* his  sorvnntH by bugl.i call. Ills favoiito  pnstlmo Ih driving an omnibus, attired  llko an ordinary busman, and, though  ho Is wild lo spond a fortune each year  In clolhoH, ho wears no garment until  It hits boon worn out by his valet. Ho  has astonished tho gnosis al n bull by  appearing In n costiimo of puro whlto  savo for the shirt and tio, which wero  black. To comploto his oddities,  whon dining, which ho Invariably dooe  alone at a tublo d'hote, ho rovorsoB  tho usual ordor, beginning his meal  with tho sweets and ending with  tho soup.���������London Chronicle  A Story of Pekin.  A beautiful,, story Is told of the  casting of a great boll at Pekin, It Is  the bell on which midnight Is sounded, nnd It was cast a century and a  half ago, Two attempts at casting  wero made, and ended In failure;  whereat tho Emperor sont for Kuas-  Yin, tho official In charge of tho task,  and toTd him ho would bo killed If ho  failed,  Ko-al, tho man's beautiful daughter, consulted nn astrologer, who told  her that unless a virgin's blood wero  mingled with "the metal tho third casting also wouW fall, tpho obtained permission to bo present whon tho attempt wns mado; and, just as the  white hot metal was rushing from tho  fumaeo Into tho groat mould, tho do-  voted girl sprang forward with a cry:  "For my father!" leaped Into tho fiery  stream, added her life's blood to Its  composition, und won hor father's sue-  cobs ami snfot y.  WW" * tmat*mammmma*M% -ammaaamaam  Nothing no Qood for Asthma���������Asthma remedies como nnd go, but every  year the snles of tho original Dr. J.  U. Kellogg Asthma lloniody .grow  greater and greater, No furthor evl-  donco could bo asked of Us romark-  ablo merit, It rollovos. It Is always  of tho same unvarying quality which  tho HUttorcr from asthma lenrns to  know, lfo not suffer anothor attack,  but get this splondld remedy today,  The Modest Caller,  Mrs. Brown was a mistress who nV  lowed hor servant .Tano to bring hw  young man Into her kitchen at nights.  'Now, Mrs. Brown was vory Inquisitive and listened outside tho door Jo  tho convocation.  A short tlmo ago Jane got a fresh  young man, aud tho mistress noticed  how quiet all was when he was in tho  kitchen,  "Jano," said Mrs,, Brown tho next  morning, "how la it I never hear any  talk ln' tho kitchen when your now  young man visits you?"  "Oh, mum," replied Jano, "ho's that  modest ho doos nothing but oat when  ho calls on mo."  'Why do you rofuso mo a kiss?"  "KIbbob    may convoy gerniB," explained tho girl.  "That doosn't scare mo. Didn't I  always ,lick your slnto for you when  wo went to Bchool?"���������Washington  Herald.'  CLEAN.HANDS  Two V.'jwj.  Knlckoi'-Wlint you spend for a hat  would, pay tho grocer's bill,  Airs. Kiilckoi���������That just shows how  economically I market,--Puck.  Afflicted Btudu���������Um���������ah���������er���������er ���������  or! Hn, hn!--������������������.  .lowoler (to his assistant)- Bring  tho tray of engagement rings here,  John���������Uurgoyle.  Rolfast, which has recently been tho  storm eenlro for homo rule agitation,  now contributes about throe-iniaitcrs  of all the ctistomH and excise revo-  uue3 collected lu Iroland.  Parson Was o Bachelor.  "In your sermon this morning you  spoko of a baby a 'a now wavo ou  tho ocean of life,*"  ��������� IA..H ,     , . , M.,.1    ������ .��������� ���������   < '���������  "Don't    ymi think 'n fronh RnnnU'  would havo hit tho nlark bettor?'  Boston Transcrclpt,  "I was nlways unlucky," lio said  with a weary sigh,  "What's tho matter now, old man?"  hln friend asked.  "I'vo" spent ovor $fi00 on having my  boy taught tn play tho flddlo, und now  bis hair's all comln' out."  8ome Improvement.  "Jano got hor now bonnet wet."  "Did It ruin It?"  "I should Bay not.   It made It looi  moro   fashionably lopsided than b������������  fore."���������Dotrolt Froo Prong,  >���������..      ''":::! ^.'.'.'-jga  There Is probably moro trashy ntnff  sold ln tho baking powder line than  In     ������ ti ^������  Mm.1  15o ������ Tlit. ���������*. v.  Don't UUbitii /���������*->l;������������ wllh ������cIi*������plmtt������tlo������  ������NilM-tli*()ll!<ll.NAI, ������H'I nr.HT HAND  CI.TANEK. Will r������������wi������ trratt ttiit tUtftt  ���������tfcllklu<U������ .  tains largo quantities of alum. To  avoid tho uso ot this dangorous acid,  son that all Ingrodlonts aro plainly  stated In English on tho package, Tho  words "No Alum" on the package or  In nn Ad. Is not sufllctont,  ���������"'���������'"���������"���������.I        m  A certain young man who prided  himself on a brtiBqueiiCBH that ho  iniBtook for wit met an eminent but  to.iohy sculptor at a studio supper.  "So, you're the chap," ho nald on  h(*ln������ Introduced, "that makos mud  fieadu."  "Not nil of them.' the sculptor replied quietly,  W. N. U. 899. w��������� aiVJWf^T*iHi*"*'������ "i���������t^���������rn-iTtmt  THE 1STEWS. CTTTM'RE'RT.AKD. V. C  (  ft  [The Mystery:  Lady  She  Contrived  la   Carry  Out a Hidden Scheme  By   EDITH   CONNER*       S  '^IholM^MlS^olM^MolMolkol^  I cm a dealer in secondhand books.  I buy those that are sold out when  families break up their homes and In  this way secure from time to timolol-  ���������ernes that 1 know to be rare, though  tho seller often is ignorant of the fact.  Nevertheless 1 am free to sny that I  don't take advantage of their Ignorance, but pay them a fair price for  the goods.   These rarities 1 keep and  now bare a collection that is becoming every day moro and more valuable.  One day a young woman came into my  etore and begun looking over my stock.  She attracted me at once by her appearance, ber gentle manner, her soft  feminine voice and traces ln her countenance of some great grief.   She took  down from the shelves dlfEerent books,  most of them on religious subjects'.   I  left her lo examluo them according to  her own sweet will, but she was so at-'  'tractive to me that t could scarcely  keep my eyes oft? her.   She seemed as  much Interested In the binding as in  the other parts.   1 noticed that in the  case  over she slipped her, thumb and fingers  over the cover bb ft to gauge Its thick-1  ness or smoothness, I couldn't tell,  which. |  '  She laid ont flvo books separate from ,  tho rest, all on rellgiouB^ubJects, and  asked me the price of the lot.  1 figured j  that person been seen to look for tbe  snakelike mark ln it. those fancies  might have gone on multiplying, but  since it bad been purchased ln an ordinary way I was bound to admit to myself that.they were without any foundation whatever. From that time on  I dismissed them from my mind. But  ( did not banish from my mind the  young woman who had Impressed me.  That sad face of hers, those Madonna-  like eyes and, above all, the transition  In her under. my effort to induce her to  throw off what troubled her were ever  present with me.  Within a few days after the visit of  the purchasing agent, who should come  In but the young/woman who Is the  subject of this .Btory. She said that  after all she bad concluded to take "the  volume called "Christian Advice to  Young Men." When I told her that it  had beeu sold a scared look, or a disappointed look, I could not tell which,  passed over her face. But when I Informed ber who had bought It, though  6he endeavored' to conceal a look ot rollof or pleasure, she did not succeed.  Then I knew that tho book was connected lu some way with the mystery  which interested me. She was leavlug  my store when I caught at a method of  finding out more about her. 1 asked  her for her name and address, telling  her that I wished it that I might mail  her my book circulars. She hesitated,  as though she did uot wish* to give  them, but finally did so. I lost no time  ln walking past the number she gave  and found the spaco occupied by a livery stable. She had given me a wrong  address.  It Is needless to say that this deepened my Interest in her.  H  DOWN ON THE FARM.  OW dear to uiy heart art the icenM  oC existence,  But not as my childhood prestmt*  thc\n to view,  'Por then it wa������ merely tho barest subsistence,  ���������nd I seldom paraded ln clothes thai  were new I  Th������ orchard, the meadow, both deep, tangled wlldwood, :  And not worth a cent for a vaudeville  stunt.  The only excitement was down at tht  station  COOLED THEIR WRATH.  lalUy'a W������y Whin K������ Caught a Tar.  tar on tha Telephone.  When the telephone bell rang the  senior partner Bald to the Junior partner:  ��������� ^if that la that man Bailey Just you  tell him what you think of htm, even tf  you lay yourself liable to a flne for violent language."  Tho Junior partner relieved himself  of a few abusive epithets, but presently  after a brief pause he expressed the  "When tn engine "went through with lt������. same sentiments couched in much mild-  Some time passed before I saw any-  iioer pans.   * ��������������������������� umi ���������" ^ f ���������      myBteryf.. as 1 now  of several of tbe books she looked , ���������������n tQ ^ ^J  ^ *Qm a_��������� sbe  came in, and the moment 1 saw her I  knew that there had been a great  change in her. Tho sad expression  had left her face and had been replaced by ono that I could only Interpret  as a newly acquired hope. She, pretended that she came ln to look for  It up. and she paid me wl bout any ef-{      _ couIfl Be6 ���������   (1)e way  fort to induce me to take less, but slip-       ��������� e' ������       ��������� d ,mmedintely  ulated that she should be Permitted to   JJ������ gjj1^ lhJt Bhe wa3 not ln.  bring any of them back within a week determined on a  to be exchanged for such others as   ,  ,,'t"^  ���������lie might select   1 agreed to this, and   ^^ ^ ^ tQ buy any book9  she went away. , d     ���������T      have come ,n  I suppose a hundred personsf might   her/;uh nn eatlrely different object  k&Te come into my shop at different us stock for  ilimes and looked into my stock w h-1 That       pose  'Wt f^?8 aDy CSP^ Si ������   ZZZ   ^s been cither successful or partially  that I was unable to account for.   I  that you have had my sympathy.   As-  ������ ������ ���������������������,i-^Bjuji*'c��������� ��������� sured of this, it has been hard for you  At any rate, I could not get her out ot    fv_��������� ma    Snmnthin0, hna on.  '-presume it was her engaging presence.  i, I could not get her out ot  my mind.   Possibly it was because I  had met one capable of kindling in me  not to trust me. Something has occurred that you wish to tell me, but  you have not quite made up your mind  tender in front  The ramshackle barn' and the crib that  stood near it,  The lopsided porch where the saddle wai  . hung-,  "With naught to be seen In the smokehouse  to cheer it,  And our old muley milker had only on������  lung. .������  The  old   oaken  bucket,   that  dodffistetf  bucket, -^  The-things that I callcd.it you ain*.  ���������lowed to tell.  When druwlns it up U the stone curbing  struck It  The handle came off. and It dropped 11  the well.  ���������With a rope and a grab hook I hshed all  around It  And drew up a rake minus handle ot  spike.  Not seeking a lice of diversion, 1 found It  The Joys of the farmer are just what w������  like.  Our team "was a pony, and one eye wai  phony.  He was perfectly safe and too old tc  play jinks.  Tha hogs were so poor they slept undei  the floor  And helped us keep warm with theli  backs in the chinks.  Once down on the farm near the village o*  Tyrone  A hurricane struck us.    It hit us,  bj  gum!  But nobody knows of tornado or cyclone  Which ever-molested a shack gut o������  plumb.  The pesky old fireplace beat dad all to  pieces,  Though to look at him Emoklng you'd  think he would win.  So he started to put up a couple ot chimneys,  But the' first one fell out, and the othei  fell ln.  Fresh air of the country, ln our shack 1  have sought It,  With no doorB in the summer, the win-'  dows aslant.  Dad roped ln a "high brow" committe������  who bought It  And carted It off as the birthplace or  Grant.  Why  "Boys leave the farm"  with  "No  mother to guide them"-  The moralists ask In soliloquies brown.  They all want a civilized place ln the cltr  Where windows and* steam heat  both  work up or down.  ���������Chicago Record-Herald.  er terms.   Said, the-junior partner;  "There you go crawfishing again.  'Wliy can't you stick to what you said  in the first place?"  The junior" partner dropped, the receiver.  "Supposing you come and say it yourself," he said.  Tho senior partner did so. but after a  littlo he, too, repeated his harangue  wllh all the backbone left out.  "It's no use," he said. "You can't  curse a man twice over the phone who  answers your first outburst with i beg  your purdon. I didn't quite catch that  Say it again, please.' That Is Bailey's  way. Yon try to say It again, but the  second lime it sounds pretty rank even  iu your own ears, and your tempest of  rage moderates Into a tranquil breeze."  -New York Times.  UNKNOWN  COUNTRIES.  that ^^b,������ ^u������ ^..J^   to give me your confidence.   Do so,  ._cates,the,dawn_,oM_ove^___.BejJ____U_^_as__'"%,��������� _*ha*__vou ���������*������ n0t  it may, I-hoped that she would bring   and l prom.se-y������--JB.-yoa-wui-not  tome of the books back for exchange  that I might see her again.  My.hope was realized. On the sixth  day after her first appearance she came  again, bringing back a book printed in  2815 and bound with ail the clumsiness  of that period. Tbo covers were abont  a quarter of on inch thick., Tho title  ���������was "Christian Advice to Young Men.,  X remembered .ber having slipped het  fingers over the coyers of tho book*  and hor return of this ono Indicated  that if sho was buying the books for  tho binding she did not care for a  thick cover.   I made* some attempt to  repent the act"  "How In the world did you ever divine that?" she asked, with mingled  surprise and pleasure ln her expression,  "A little bird told me."  "Thero is no reason why I should  not now explain everything. I would  have been a fool before this to trust  any one. This is tho story: My father  has suffered a great wrong. Ho was a  bookkeeper and cashier for, a mercantile firm. Certain funds wero embezzled by a member of the Arm who con  (rived to cover up his tracks by man  No Credit,   Maybe���������t_he____man___who^_oast8_  that he doesn't owe a dollar in  the world couldn't if he tried.--  Cincinnati Times-Star.  Mongolia and Tibot Mostly a Riddle to  tha Outside World.  Neither tbo Chinese themselves nor  tho rest of the world knows much or  Mongolia or Tibet. The most of those  two countries belong to "the desert,  and, although they have been inhabited  slrica the timo when tho memory ot  man runneth not to the contrary, the  outside world Is to them a sealed book,  and they to the world an uuguessed  riddle. .  The.great desert of Gobi/that Is partly in China, partly in Manchuria, partly in Mongolia and partly ln Siberia,  is traversed by the oldest transportation lines in existence.   It has a caravan route over  which  tea  aud silk  ladeu  camels  have  traveled .toward'  Europe for these 8.000 years, and yet  from >the  tlmo   when   Kublai   Khan;  macadamized the road until the time j  when tho Russian railroad paralyzed  it by the competition of steam no one |  of the merchants who traveled over It j  turned either to the right or to the left,  to tell Europe and the Occident or the  wonders or the terrors  of that  unknown land.-Argouaut  GROTESQUE DANCES.  Yaqui Natives Wsar Antlers and Jump  Like Dear.  Natives of the, Yaqui region In Mexico make use of queer costumes in  their dunces, Seated oo the ground  around a tire, four good singers chant  dialogues between the deer and other  animals and birds, such as tho coyote,  the Jaguar, the wolf, the bear, the eagle  and the hawk. Their music is mado  by beating with small sticks, saturated  In blood and theu dried, ou "guegas" or  tightly stretched mats of plaited tule  leaves.  Tho dancer ties on his hend tho skin  and boms of tho bead of a deer���������which  is often better than his own���������tind from  his belt of deer bide hang many deer  hoofs, which rattle continuously os be  goes through tho steps of the dance,  ln his hands ho carries two large rattles, made df-'gourds partly tilled with  pebbles. Theso ho also whakos to keep  time to tbe music.  Tho dancer tries to imitate, ns far  ns possible, tbo movements of the deer.  He shakes himself sideways and with  his hnnds makes motions similar to  those of tho deer's long whlto tall as  the animal goes runulug swiftly over  the plain, leaping through the underbrush or trying to Tree himself  from the files which Infest tho valleys  of the mountains. He whlrls'nround,  jumps and leaps straight up ond down  Into the air. When we are least expecting it another pascola appears,  wearing the head of u coyote, a bear  or a puma, chases the deer, tries to  bite him. leap ou his back or otberwlso  bear him to tbo grouud. but tbe deer  always escapes.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer. ���������  COLONY OF THE CRAZED.  engage Iter* in conversation about her oufacturlng   certain   evidence,   against  ���������**���������������������������-    ....  -   my father, who was arrested, tried,  purpose In buying the books, but did  not succeed in eliciting anything: On  any other subject Bhe conversed with  mo freely, and when I got ber interested that sad look faded, to be replaced  by an entirely different expression. I  gavo her another book in place of tbe  one she brought back and replaced tho  ono sho.returned on tho shelves. It  she wont away unconvinced of my  kindly feeling for her it wns not my  fault, for I showed her as plainly ns 1  could tbat I liked her.  .What it was tbnt iuduccd me, after  ���������ho had cone, to tako tho book she had  returned, flora its shelf nnd look it over  X don't know, unless it wns tho samo  feeling that induces a mnn to handlo  somotblng that has beeu held by a  woman for whom he has beon Inspired  with special tondomess. At any rnto,  1 ran over tho pages and on a lowor  corner of page 100 noticed n singular  mark. It might or might not bis a monogram; It looked moro llko a snake thut  had tied itself up In nn unttoablo knot  than anything else. I bad no reaBon to  suppose that tho young woman whe  hud taken It away and rotunied it had  placed it thoro, but I was unnblo to direst my mind of tho impression that  ���������ho bad. Somehow tho Idea was growing upon mo that thoro was a mystery  connoctod with tier of which her book  buying was a part I put tho volunio  back on tlio eholf wltb a feeling of regret that thero was no reason to suppose,I Bhould boo lior again or ever  know ber oecret-that Ib, If thero was  ������ occrct  A weolr, possibly it fortnight, elnpued  when an elderly woman camo In who  * represented herself ns purchasing ngent  for a bonovolent society whose object  was to furnish books for ull persona  needing thorn, especially religious lit-  arnf-tre. present Inp hw credent In In,  which were gcnulno. Bhe ransacked  my shelves for wholesome books Intended for persons of no groat education. The,only volume she asked for  was "Christian Advice to Young Men,"  snylug thut It Iind been recommended  to her lor tuu u������u of iho *n>ci������vj *>u<*  represented. I took it down for bcr,  end, without examining it nt nil, she  placed It among the books the set  ���������part to purclinso, I'lnnlly tho directed me to send tho lot to the rooms of  the society she represented.  This purchase of tho book that had  been returned by the young woman  edmpldely obliterated nny fanciee I  bad conjured up ikvlth regard to Iti con������  ttectlon wltb a myntcry. lied It been  bought by a suspicious person, bud  convicted and sentenced to stato prison  for twenty years.  . VOur only hope Ves to -enable him  to escape, and I took that work upon  myself. I was permitted to. visit him  ln prison, aiid bo told me that he had  laid out a plan by which bo might regain his liberty, but it required a saw  with which to remove steel bars. 1 attempted to smuggle ono In to him, but  was detected. Since then I havo never  been permitted to visit him without  somo ono watching me while near  lilm. s But 1 communicated with him  through others. When 1 carried tho  books.awny with me from your store  I took one, 'Christian Advlco to Young  Mon,' with very thick covers. Then 1  removed enough of the Interior of tho  covers to cuablo mo to Insert several  thin steel aaws."  "Ah," I exclaimed, "I see It all I But  go on wllh your story."  "1 dnro not bo Implicated ln sending  tho book to my father, so I'lcnmcd of  a society organized to furnish rending  matter to prisoners and got a lilcnd  to rocommend it end tell whero a copy  could bo bought Beforo returning iho  volume to you 1 placed In It- a murk  on llio ono hundredth page which my  fathor bad been Instructed to look for  to designate a book with saws in tho  cover." i  "Again I see!" 1 remarked.  "Well, to Bhorten a long story, my  father obtained the saws, cut tbe bars  of hli coll nnd CBcnpcd. Uo baa gone  whero he is not likely to be found, Ono  thing his Jailers found lo let thorn  know how ho got his tools-'Ohrlstiitn  Advice to Young Men,' from tho covers of which the saws bad boon taken."  Thus ends Iho tlrst and by far tho  most Importnut chapter of my Btory.  Tbo Bocond has to do with sombthlng  diuerent fruiu (no bubjec*. muuci vi  ihti flivvl. 1 btJpi'd tbe L't'Clr buyer tc  gain ovldcnco that finally convicted tbo  man of the crime for which her father  wns sent to prlxon, nnd tho latter returned from biding to appear again ln  !*!,'," ,"'",".".'!?Tt"? ?"?"'*��������� fl" rtnt\f\\ir>r '  has long boon my wife nnd says that |  from the tlrst she felt that If I discovered any thing wrong In tho book she  oontlived to send from ray store to tho  prison I would never give her nwny.  In this she was right, but tt Is to be  remarked iliftt I dl.l not havo an op-  port unity to exirf-.se her. The volume  wltb the ftitwM concealed In ilu cover  ������������������as on ray shelf for a number of days,  tint I kucw nothing of their province  djeid  Comparative Emotion.  Gratitude, although It may exist In  a very earnest form, Is by no means  the strongest nnd most consuming of  the human emotions. When Lawrence  Barrett's daughter was married StuarJ  Itobson sent a check for $5,000 to the  bridegroom. The comedian's daughter,  Felicia- Itobson, who attended the wed-  ding, conveyed the gift.  "Felicia," said her father upon her  return, "did you give him tho chock?"  "Yes, father," replied the daughter.  "What did be say?" asked Robson.  "Ho didn't;say anything." replied  Miss Felicia, "but he shed tears."  "How long did ho cry?" ������  /���������Why, father, 1 didn't timo him. I  should say, however, ho wept fully a  mluule." ���������'!  "Fully ft minute," mused Robson.  "Why/daughter, I cried for an hour  after I Blgned it"~Rock Island Union.  A Belgian Town Whara Insane Folka  Are Wholly Unrestrained.  In the year GOO. according to ieg-  end, h young Irish princess named  Dymphnc. seeking to escape from her  cruel father, traveled to the continent  of Europe nnd in Belgium established  herself in a hut, where It was her  mlsfortuuo to be discovered and murdered by her parent. A temple was  afterward built to the memory of lhe  princess, ond It later became a refuge  for the "sick in mind." Huts aud  houses wero gradually built to accommodate those who came until after  many centuries It became the town of  Gheel. kuown far and wide as the colony of the crazed.  The remarkable thing about this Belgian town is tbat tbo residents accept  patients into their own homes.so that  A Loat Language. they may enjoy tho beneficial effects  A monument to a lost language Is to , ofv domestic   and   social   Intercourse.  bo found__in_the_vllliige_.of St-  I'aul. j Nearly every house contains nt least  near Penzance, Id- Cornwall, nud it ts"' two" mental incompetents." and~except  believed to be the only monument In  existence which  marks the death ot,  a'vanished tongue.   It commemorates  tlie death of the last womnn who spoke  in tbe Cornish language and was erected by a Frenchman. It is a granite  obelisk about seven feet high und is  built Into the  churchyard  wall,  tho  In certain cases the patients are permitted to go about town and enjoy  themselves. A stranger may not know  whether he Is meeting a patient or a  sano resident ln bi3 walks through the  town.  For more than 100 years this system  has prevailed at~Oheel.   Attempts at  BMI.LUNT GOWN IM CHIFFON AKD VELVET..  If a silk frock of last season needs  freshening up there is nothing that  will do the trick so well as to drape it  with a chiffon tunic. These tunics  come iu lovely embroidered and beaded  designs already made In the shops', and  tho most inexperienced dressmaker caa  fit them to the frock they nro to adorn,  Tbe costume illustrated has a. chiffon  tunic weighted with a deep hem of velvet aud ulso with heavy embroidery  and gold cord. Tbe tunic falls in slender lines over a drop skirt of satin.  The wuist line is high, in the prevailing empire style.  The long tight sleeves  of satin ndd to the dignity of this costume.  But the brilliant color scheme���������  which of courss does not show In lb������  jeprc^iK^tbn^mak^oue^orget the^e^  "vere lines, for the "satin-ls_rlch"dark"  red, and the red chltTon tunic above tbo  red satin lining Is made brilliant by tb������  gold embroidery.  front faclug the highway, where It Is   eulclde aro few, the death rate among  Willing to Accommodate.  plainly discernible by all who pass that;  way.  The upper part Is in the form of ���������'  a Maltese cross.   The Inscription reads  as follows: "Here lietb Interred Doro- j  thy.Pentrcath. who died in 1777. eaid  to havo been tbe lost person who conversed.in tho ancient Cornish, tho peculiar language of this county from,the  earl lest records till it expired In tbo  eighteenth century in this parish of  St/Paul.'^  The Memory.  Unquestionably the memory ot the  rnco Is.deteriorating. Plato knew perfectly well what bo was about when  ho declared that tho Invention of letters was tho deathblow of memory, in  the old tlmo men depended upon tholr  memories for all the affairs of life.  Tho songs of tbo bards, the laws, all  business transactions, everything tbat  took placo was lost unless men remembered It. And they remembered tt  They had lo remember It. Tho dlU'or-  enco between tho memories thnt carried tho totnl/ontent ot human knowledge and the memories ot today is  tremendous. Thero Is no particular  reason for remembering thlugs today.  They aro nil on record, and tho memory of tuo race is accordingly dying  out-New York American.  the unfortunates has averaged about 4  per cent during the post few years,  whllo In England tho rate has been 7  per cent for the past ten yenrs. The  percentage of recoveries for twenty-  flvo years has been nlmost doublo that  ln England.-New York World.  "You havo no permit? You'll have  to nccompnny ino nt onco!"  "With pleasure, sergeant! What will  you slng?"-I.e Sourire,       }  Similarity.  ���������'It has beon discovered," began Professor I.lcklonder, preparatory to Iin-  plnullng n useful Iokmou, "that a bee  makes on an average 24,700 trips iu  gathering a pound of boney"-  "Kh-yab!" broko In the Old Codger.  "That's about as many as my nleco  has made to iho postodlco ������lnco sho  began cuin-sponuiuK ������<*���������" "���������"*- j""*  tehr over ul WWlU-nvllU- wi-i'k before  last."-Puek.  Fad From tht Sword.  Tho truo shamrock Is ono of tho tiniest of the clover family and has small  yellow bloom-that "sprig ot shamrock, wearing of the groen."  When an Irish mother brings forth  a malo child sho puis his ilrst food on  tho sword of her husband and lightly  Introduces the Hrnt nnsplclum of nour-  lshment Inlo his little mouth with the  point of ih* swortL-Bollnus, 1,700  Years Ago.  No wonder tho Irish are natural born  soldlcrs.-Ncw York I'rcss.  (meet Curloiitiei.  Insects do not follow the rule obtaining In higher llfo-thnt of a brief  youth followed by a longer period of  adult life. Tho May fly lives two years  as u grub In n pond and thon Is granted a life of but a few brief hours.  Tho dragon Uy spends more tlmo even  than tho May fly.In seclusion and then  Is cut off after a few weeks of existence. But tho palm goes to thnt  strangest of American Insects, tho cicada, Pestilent swarms of theso sweep  over tho country for a few wocks-a  verltnblo soourgo to ull whom it visits,  planting, tho while, Its eggs In tho  bark of trees. As grubs they crawl out  and bury ihemKoivos In tho soil tit the  roots of the trees, whence, In sWcen  years, they Issue ns Insects, having  thus spent seventeen yeilrs lu maturing.   m*wamm*m^~*am*tmimmmm*mi*l-mfmM~a *  Tragedy In a Clock.  Uognn was late ot work several  times and was advised to buy an  alarm clock. It worked llnely for n  tlmo until one ot the kids got to  monkeying with It and took It apart.  Wheu It wns put together again It  wouldn't run,  Ilogan couldn't understand It. ou nc-  I'otint of pn*t performances, and did a  littlo dissecting on his own account.  When he opened tho clock ho found  tho remains of n large Insect mixed up  wllh the machinery.  "No wonder It won't run," he sold to  bis wife. "The cngluccr Is dcad,"~  Chlcsffo Post  Story of a Stinqy Husband.  In a lively article In the current nura- .  ber of Farm and Fireside on tho relations between husbands and wives on  tbe subject of bomo lluances there are  several Interesting reporlH of actual  cases. Following* Is a report of *  'stingy husband:  "A girl 1 knew In my youth wns married after a short acquaintance to a  scholarly professional man.    Ho hod  been brought up under hard conditions  In a strenuous school of poverty.   She  was tho daughter of Wealth and hnd  never been denied a reasonable wish.  Her husband.Is what Ib called u good  provider.   Ub' bought amply for tbe  tnblo und wns not averse to having  plenty  of fuel  and  sufliclent house  furnishings to keep bis homo comfort-  ablo and dignified.   He simply declined .  16 lot Betty buy so much as 6 cents'  worth of anything. -He did not Avlsh  her to havo accountant shops, nor did  she,'desire them. When sho wanted to  buy nnithlug for.herself or tho chll-  dron he accompanied hor, superintended her purchases, examined every pair  of stockings and every yard of inuslla  and frowned upon niching nnd trimmings us uccdlOBS, drawing out hit  well tilled pockelbook and paying tho  bill wllh a nourish when tbo shopping  hud been done to his antlsfuctlon.  She  uever had auy money In her possession  except when her neither sent It lo bnr  as n gift, and when this wns dono she  took excellent euro to keep Reuben Jn  Ignorance." Onco thu good man, for In  some ways ho wns good, was compelled  to lonvo homo for a few days,   Us  curefully counted tbo amount that his  wlfo would spend for tho homo during  hbt abxonco.   Theu ho lost Ills train  und bad to wait over another day.  Coming home, hoi nsked her for tli*  cash and put it buck In his own pocket  for the next tweuty-four hours,",  Salutary Injunction. \  I'llt,    Oil     Utmi    lUUilj.'lUl!    Hi*!  stylo some people put on today,  -Judge's Mbrnry. ������j>  ^H>4.444'<|>t-H<H''H,M>l'������'t'tt<f'M'������  Her Tribute,  MI think I kntfir my own frlllngs."  he sstd.  "If you do," Ids wlfo replied, "yonr  knowledge lakes a much wider range  than I have ever given II credit for."-  Cb|ptifO Record Htrald.  Preeeclout.  Small boys have a way of listening  to remarks tlmt oldor persons make  aud using them when least expected.  . , , , ....     1   I,  .     .H,(..   ,(-fl  *%    UJUIUCI      t,..->   OU>|ill>. M    ..,-    lr..-~.     -<������������������,  tr> hnve'her .tmvnir ron reply to her  when she was reproving him for somo  trifling misconduct: "Woll, mnmmn,  you must put up with me. You know  I'm just at tho trying age."  A Transposition,  "Thero Is ono thing I cannot understand," snld tbe student ot theology.  "What Is that?" luqulred tho pro-  fesnor.  "Why Moses, the IftWRlrer, should P������  cnllud tho meekest ot uu-u, ntUUa &*!<*���������  mon, with hundreds of wlvus, waa  called tbe wisest"���������Washington Star.  No, He Wasn't  tJe-And did you call nt Monle Carlo  whllo you woro ot Nice? Hhe-No.  Papa called on him, I believe, but from  bis disappointed appearance when to  returned to tbe hold I ibtnu Mr. Carlo  mu������t have been outt-foo'i-m Teio  gmph.  Monsy,  *>ll,V, pop, *Hliil i������ Iu������"���������,���������������> i  "Money, my son. Is the root of all  evil-Unit Is lo ������fly, wllh It you can buy  a wife or keep expensive bachelor  apartments' So matter whU-h one you  choose, you'll wlnb you had tho other."  -l'iiiiiideiphlil Record.  Mnnr ott<������ whnt heulth they htitt to  Spesk wllh the spw& of ihe norld,  tbo nnquem.���������habh- flnme th.it burns uu-  think with the tboughta of tbo few.- I dimmed In th* faculty of hope.-Wai-  j John Hay.  j ter D* vo*  Soffrapitt* Activity.  The women of Now York slnle nr*  trying (o bring the Bmphv Htnlo Into  tho miffrngo group to follow Cnllfornln. Kuw York city Ik a knit torn  asunder with siiffnigo doings. Tlior*  nre nine local orgutil������itlons. Mrs,  Clnropco Muckny's brunch opened a  circulating suffrage library rwewtly.  Vhr������ Woman's Political union held a  meeting In Carnegie ball to listen to  Mrs. I'Aiikburst. and (be coii������*x{lo������  (hey took up umounted to JfU.OOU, end  with tli!* they are branching out I*  viti'IotiB directions. A votes for w4ra-  en bnll is tho noxt affair, and then.  l-lllttMl   U|������   fcttlW'.VdV    )>*������������'������������������������.    ������������������'���������'mi..    Uj'  count on having 30.000 women In Hue,  with banners nnd {loats, to nny nothing of a company of cavalry. Mrs.  0. II. P. Belmont has oppiiwl ������ ma:*-  n I dee nt clubhouse, und ber next venture Ik a dally paper. Tbe woman's  suffrage party Is starting a mnmbi*  Hint will compete with the todies'  Home Journal In advertudng m>d furnish micb rrndlug as women hive net  j it had dished op t������ tbem.  aaaaa  tarn  m ������M1& &&WS, eUMBES,LAM13, -B*iiiJfi-S-li-<^^^ife^  SPECIAL  LACE  CURTAINS,  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  :>!AURAS)t  AH'r SATEENS  1-or Pay Week.  fV, ARE NOW SHOEING the Iwit  assortment <-������ Lnolcuim ut ,50c  und 02 1-2 ovntii per Bquaro yi, pjucisl  for pay-day week 45c und 55o pet en.yd'  A full line of Furniture, Beds,  Stoyes, and Ranges always on  A. MoSINNON  McPliee Hlock,      Dnnsmuir Avenue,       Ounrberland  ���������^s ������% rssTwaaMAnram^ .^gj^Qaasawey ^pEaroM-njgBg^  ^���������.-g.-^ ji' s-r-. ^<*?������.rrsaeag^ ���������&? JwwiirrP',r������jisiriliiit'tf.w v^y flaawm -MiMiiiSg  of     Teas,  .Coffee,   Spices,    Salmon,  Dried and    Canned Fruits,   etc.-;    are  the best value and quality that money  .can buy. -   Try them,  j The Cumberland Departmental Stores: have  a Full Range of these Brands in StocK.  i  y9s  ������3.  )1S  8  8  (5)  -^^b^-^^^V^^^^^*^^ fc**#*e*������^ft*'i*/*>^^  tw  -jfi. flakanishi, Prop.  4^4*4HW,4'*M'***M',^H''  ���������.���������GENHRAL REPAIRING OF���������  ,l| Bicycles, Sowing Machines  ^    ' . .Guns, Etc.  *  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Bale    ���������,     Local agent for  ������ Cleveland, Massev-Hc  and Hire.     *  itc.  V.  S  arris  and Perfect, bicvcles.  P.O. Hox 360  Telephonej-o  Another case of '���������didu'tkuoiy  p was loaded,'3 with most tragic  lesult.s.    "Wheu will this sort of  t'liiiur   .eease?    Any    individual  .who points a*   gun    loaded    or  NOTICE,  NOTICE IS IIKKEBY, GIVEN that  The Wellington Colliey Railway Company deposilod on February tho 20b,  1912, in tho Land Registry .Office, Vio.to.  ^1'.loaded at    another    is    litilje ria, B. C, a duly csrtilicd copy of tho'  .short of a   maniac and    should P^n, profilo and book of reference aa ap-  be 1 rented as  such.  , ,   '   proved and saaotioned by the Minister of  t>ome day  Railway8 ot the i>roTjnoC) February 6th,  ;i   !.iw  will  he    passed     to     lliat  19l2, of a Section of a proposod   lino  ot  ,.-fiVct.    The sooner she   better .  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING  WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  tfPOr mrm.  COND   STREET  k       *��������� ev*' 2  |;ii;!tl!l!ll!;'||||tl!ll!l!!!!am  5  S  g  1  ;������ f^T'i y*-���������t *jmigaccWiWa  HIG H   SOU 001, ENTRANCE)  KXAMNS.  Oi?ini)fciliiud Centre.  Guinherbiud���������Number  of can :  filiates   (J;   passed,   3     II enn an ���������  DiUman, 5G1-;  Olive   I,    Bickle,  oi'JB; John H.    llobert^on,   .552.  Comox���������K n in hor of candidate.  '>��������� ���������sed, 0,  5 pa^Svvj  Courtenny���������ilmnber of   ,eandi-j''  .(bites, 2; paused, 0.  Sandwich���������Number   01   candidates, 2; passed, 1.. Drew Berkel-j  ,3V.   Cmi).  * Union Bay���������N umber of eaudi  dates 3; passed 2. Grrali Berry  .i($O.S-M.\-I)ei>inond-.Roe,J>)-S.5   railway from The 'Wellington Colliery  Company's railway near Trent River in  Sectioa 6, a, * Towuship 2, Nelson Dict,-  rict, B. C, from theuo through and over  Secions 6, a, andd, and Lot 86, Nelson  Distiiet; Lota 82, 163, 1C9, 231, 247, 179,  138, 136, 95, 134, 227, 228, and also  Sectioa 3, TowoBhip 9, Comox District  to Section 8, Township 9, Comox DiBtr  riot, B. C, Wellington Colliery Railway  Company by  W. L..C0ULSON,  President.  T, COMPTON,  Secretary.  F()U SALE-Standard bred  driving njare 3J years old, als ������  j'uhbor t;re4 huggy and harness i.u  good condition. Apply Cumber-  laud Hotel.  dnv's boat for Vancouver en rou'e  .���������,���������,,,,    ,,      1     I'vTR 13 ATE���������Marin ell iViWiii  Mr. C H. Tarbell lolt  hy bm-  .  J 'mg house on   Donvent   Avenue.  Ouod paying business, and exee]-  ler.fc location. For pnrticnhirs  apply to V. Maiiuelli, De.nwmt  Avenue, City.  u..  jo Princo   Rnper*.    M  Tarhell  ������:\ peels to  away  for about  t\v,o  WL-okf'-,  Mr, John Fr.'iF.er of the ihm of  *i'Y;iS'"r & Bishop, Union Bay. left  hy Siiii,1nv,*-> boat for Victoria a**d  Vancouver,  Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Banks ar.-  livt'd home from thoir vacation  ���������trip to tho Aniericnu side oi) Smi-  d������>y, evening'.  Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Wilhird  arrived homo from Victoria on  Saturday Cvoning. Mr. nnd Mrs.  Wilhird while awy visited Vancouver. Prince Hupert, Seattle  pud Tacoma.  ���������t:s**\imn������rTr**tmlMi*m -USi'imimSm*a,yaiimt*aaaMmm  Chan ye of advertisements will  not be received at this oflice later  than 12 o' clock noou   on   Tues  days.  TKA011ER'WANTED for Miu  io public school,   Sidnry   $75.00  A merry pic-nic party composed of twenty-seven people stai ted  out on Sunday last  to enjoy the  day on the   beach below   Union  Bay; coining  back in  the evening they me- an   auto about half  way between the Bay and Roy's  Beach;   they tried to pass   each  other, but unfortunately the load  b'.aug too narrow in   that   place,  prevented   them   from   parsing,  with the result that the stage up  set. throwing everybody out, but  luckily no body was   very  seriously injured, with the exception  of a few  receiving some   slight  bruises.  AVunteJ at once the address of  OswFrd"Keeslifiin^~lf this-should  meet las eye he will hear of something to his advantage. Reply  to Rev. -('uuon A. $ilva-\Vhite,  Nanaimo, B. C.  A large Blue Funnel liner arrived at Union Bay on Sunday  for bunker conl, uud left ou Monday. They certainly did pour a  large quantity of coal into that  steamer in short order. A number of scow loads- of . coal fdso  left the   Buy   during    Saturday  LAND  ACT.  S-iyward L.v.ul 'District.  TAKK NO TICK  tlmi  John   Sniniv  laus Carroll, of Mi-w Yoik,   N. Y.,  occu  palion,  f-n;;ineei*, intends    to  apply for  permission to purchase the following de-  senbtd hiiils:���������Commencing al a  post  planted at the S. W.   corner of Lot 550  tlience   noith   41  chains,   ihence  wesi  22.76 chain* to the cast boundary of Lot  548, ihence south   alcny  said  boundary  40 chain?, tlience ca .t   2^.76   chains   to  point of  commencement containing 9;  -iocs moi*-e or less.  John Stanislaus CAr.uou,,  Robert Henry Chestnut, Ageni.  Date May ioth, IQ12.    ���������"-  ji;cl2  nugl'J  Gramophone Needles for S3lc by  1V jj.iMi'v.  ���������.'������vi     yj'.���������.j     if- Mult   tlie    ii tl V    OlU'lUg       oauiiwcij j    ...:'���������  pormonjli.    Apply to Alex Som \    n],<r aml'M(Jlulav   morning.    1^. SaglBVC at Hie N8WS .office.  erville, Secretary, M"do. 1.5. U.     1 -j *��������������������������� ^..JO������7���������OT,,���������rw(waw������r������������a������������^  LAND  NOTICE  Sayward Land District  TAKE   NOTICE    that . Charles   O"  "Flynnrnf-N-ew���������Yoiki���������N-^'-.-occup.ition!  clerk,   intends .10 apply   for permission  to   purchase   the     following   desciibed  la.ids: ��������� Commencing at a   port  planted  7.24 chains east of the   S.W. comer o'  Lot   550, -thence   soutn   66.84.. chains,  ihence west 30 chains, thence  noiih  66.  I GIDEON   HICKS   PIANO    CO'Y.  I beo: to announce ihat tney have taken  I over the Victoria Branch of Micks &  ! '       Lovick Piano Company, and business  I in future will   be   carried   under  the  J above name.  i The Policy of the Company will be,  % can tin ued on   the principle that  no  1-      - sale is desirable unless tlie purchaser's  y satisfaction is such as to lead to other  I sales aud hold the  good  will  of_thc  8 customer.  % All  accounts now  standing in   the  v-.         ' name of Hicks & Lovick Piano Com-  = " jiauy will be payable to                                   "     "       I  fl Gideon Kicks Piano Co'y. j  I     309GOVERNMENT STREET,   Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C     |  H =  il!i::!;!ii;ti!in;!!;!i!i:i:!II!!!!l!!:ili������itill!lili;t:H!::ii:!!l!!:!!li;!!l!!!::;!ili:i^^  I^J_i^K.-^c^irr^^r������������B^.������,Hr/'**������"-r^T*-?c^w:<-. ^.-a-*v.t ..v ������wn������ \ A.**',r������*������^������>-.'*5r:*'wT?i.**������,1'T*rai>i -���������-7?rm?*-**-TXZiMmw-ZiMmZ\.Wm?ix. ^^T^^������3"^>���������������^,������*���������  _^t*j!Liiiii!i;s:!*iai:;ii:i!i!:!iii;!ii!i!iiiiii!i;iii::ii;!ii!!!ji;iiti!!!!!i!!������i!iiii;ii:i^  .*?" -----   - .--...^-^^���������-_ ^-_______���������   ��������� tmr  Ki  Capital Ptiid Up $7.49i 930. ilosanra $3,431,173  |  S   The Royal Bank of Canada, -1  s  m  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE'  AJX |  fi'                                  OVER   THE    WORLD. p  84chams thence cast .30 chains to point j g SPKCIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINtiS ACCOUNTS & i'.tcreM |  of commencement containing -������o acres I ^    ut hi*rlie*st  Cnm-nt Rates nliowcd on De(io.-its of !?l Mi:d upwiiidi. |  -������������������������������������-                                                  11                       oXIHIBJir.LA'WU, U. O., Bianch, Open Doily. |  1                     UNION WHARF, B. O.,   Gub-Brach,'Opun Thursdays. a  I' D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  I C0UHT3MAY,   ������. C ,    Branch, ' Open Daily.'  /  |^.MiMiBiiniiiiiBBiiMiHninw  more or less  CflAKI.KS O'Fl.YNN.  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agent  Ditto May 1 oth, 1912.  iiu.'l'i . nuxM  KWMI"WiWI'BII Wl IHWI91MMMACU*-'n~WKWVfmmaKKK_iz\  i.������M������������������������������������r*^SS?^  U-am4  ai=saw^=^ss=  ,rar^srptraii'37������su.'i*;  ;-rtT*g':ilillc**':*'1'-"-  I have been hud it clod by Hie  lieir^ of the late (J. Ii, Anton to  collect in all accpuntR due the  1'i.tate, at once. Plea.se call at  jny ollice and fiettle panio.  WKSM'-Y W11. LARD,  (lihi'iid  A ii ininii-li ;ttui'. i tjK  ta-tma^wmamm������������������%m**t-%^^*-mmi**>*f\m,*+*������*.#,-. a *;������-* v^w.* ������^-tm j  lj| fl  IMlTlf!',  Cumlx'i'laiid   i'i   IJniou   Water  ������'Oi*h:; Co,   Ltd.  Kpnnklist;;   \yiil   be    allowed *|"  pnly two nijjhlii   ,\   week,   vi/.,  T(;ii:U)AY ami lUUDAY. from  ij to (/o'rloi:!: in ihe evening.  Leahy taj).-. niH-,t   |)c  attended  Ui at once.  Any clp!ij;r!. or   r.ddilions   to  ^xis'in^ pij'iug "uiiist hp a;}uetioii  wl by th'..- '.'unp'iny.  Ry Order,  XmmWmmWamimmma^^  %mmakm%  r*ja,***w,ma*miise-*,  riA  Buy Your Groceries and  Fruit at  -"tX  L ilinoei'iiuiu, i>.   I--. (Jiiut  i!������!2.  Our stock io always New and  Fresh.  We will open up in the new  Dalles block (next to the restaurant) about Aug. 1st, with  a new stock of Dry Goods,  Mens Furnishing, Euulu &  Shoes, etc. The 'Ideal' Store  \m*jt-^mfr.-ti--jifirm*k*-*rMi-ma*m*-.%,r-w  hilupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMU'iR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  A  . ^uunAvx.tiwcrirtnj maM%-*u utw������-r ������������������������������nnBfl^t,'i^������--w������m'JiJff������c3^'^r7*������.������r ������%���������;> jsra* u������jtf^tBr*im-������������fcTr#w������jr������n^������uj-iitj)it������tn*tT������ viO)"|a'Ivm������*m m1  a*mWm*-mtmm.-mWmmt,m**Mrwmmm-*^^ 'jtaK^T..'i*********.r���������tm[mmmmmtm.v*.*M\*.*������*m*A*m** u**i- ),;.il'var<u*������.iU^i������  s=V. BOHOH^^  iwiiiiUM'iwiuiiVi������<'ni  mm\,m*mmmam  Haanfiwinrev of MINBE AL WATER  CUMBERLAND  tT*t-*T**t*.^������**<w art aamramtim*  \   P. O. BOX 482  PHONE 80....  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