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 %'^t V:yr-.������.; - t.*ltfti-������ ��������� aA&^&~* fat-tmmy  ������������������ 7 \  dlVE   YOUR  FIRST   OF  THE   MONTH   ORDERS   TO   THE   IDEAL   STO  el    .   U kv  / ^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests oi Comox District.  The News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    WEDNESDAY,   JULY   31 :912  Subscription $i.oc a Yka'r ���������  *gi*g^i*a^l*iMg3aE5SgIg3rj^^JW>^ I  t- ft  sfe  B  ^ThB-Gmoberland Department Stores,  et  "tee  tR  ���������4,  rocery  see how you  save from $10 io  ���������N   YOUR   GRC  OERY ORDER  a. month 0N Y0UR QR������-  SPECIAL LINES IN DRY GOODS���������SATURDAY  s  1'egnlar 5Gc hose for 25e    ' \ Smallwaro ^]it c-iiu.-���������  \  20 do/, pair of Muck &-tnn j 300 pin slu-el* 3 lor 10c  1%      silk lisle thread hose cood S1'0^"11 hulP"1^  ������i-1          ,       . -������                 * S Black holt pins  h       va uc nt oUc. ri v.n -,    1   iJ ��������� ������ r     1-  -*���������*���������' P White belt puis 2 for Pc  25c 1 Mending wool, 2 eards 5c  '1 \'iv 0  2 for 5c  i i Saturday Special  's 3   i>   ."1 ,~r  ' mi 1 t Assorted safety pins 2 for 10.  SB   Kegmar ioc   pure  silk   ninl | ���������' '        jj jj       filk lisle. iluvad hose in j All prints, gingham*, chain-  black. only 11 few doz   left \      -brays, sateens  Saturday Special 50c j Saturday Specials     8 yds $1  ���������   W. A. WAGENliAUSER  Phone 10  F. P. ONATE  P. O.  Box 100  & .  SER & CO.,*Lidl  MSS������BSSZaSr^������ir������5an'B5-BiMMm^  n-3m^*-*������'ra^?--s*gre;LK.-iittic"^ -i  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000"  Hfc/!r-rfVTvTJB?-:$������ (���������f^-Tp-^-'rojr  "Era    Orco'rrK:  '^ ^i^e(^-A^%s^^(sX$^is^ (^^-^^^^^a^fi^^S^^ f������?  ji���������tj-fl-r-y. ������,-i innr^ir- *xMrneir)MnjurMir tcowMOsuwirxcf;  ���������yy_j_:t'''w^������-M*irt*j������ua>^'<j^T^^  il-ARRIVAL   AND    DKPART-  .. URE OF MAILS  Mr. James Admin*, Miss  Mabel Abiiuns nnd Mr.   Robert  Alliums left for Vancouver   by   tug  The following is the sc-.'hcduie 'boat on Mondnv, beinjf en.union-  for the r.rrival and  departure ol'  ed there by telegram,   owing   to  the mails:���������        '       .  Arrive Tuesday.. at 8.30 p. 111.  Arrive Thursday at ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� & 3������ P:u  Arrive Saturday at 8,30 p.m.  Depart, Wednesd iy ���������.at 7 a in.  Depart Friday at 7 a. in.  Depart Saturday ..., tit 4.30 p.m  tlio serious ill hops of Seymour  A brain*, who wns operated upon  for appendicitis mi Monday. A  telegram to Mr. Mcliiw of The  Ideal Store, stales tlmt llio operation was Riicuessful and that he is  doing w well as can bir'cxpected.  Vancouver, July 27���������-fy^piit-  dio,* received , in Vancouver today State that over one thousand  laborers un 'tlio G. T. i\ It., who  walked out on Saturday" at the-  call 0!' tlm I..-W. W., have reached Princo Hit port and that their  numbers will \n migiiiciited wiib-  iin the next lew day;;. Tin* nm-  ."; 'joi'ily a hi "eolebruting" nud il  the eiiterliiiiinieiit piovided in the  .iiiirlheni d'.y fMiiiintii'i! to prove  atu.wivc, will i-o'������u. bo Etraiah'd  mid unablu to eoiitiniie their  journey south to Vancouver,  Victoria, July f>7, A- scarcity  oi' j^uclim? iiei'f ia thrcidi'iiiug to.  put the automobile* of the. capital  .*��������� out of btisiuctu. Tliu price of  gasoline' \vhie.li���������;l Week*,, ago .\V������S  21 cmlsa gnllon jumped to 'W  ceiilbi; theuce to 10 cents and yor>  tci'dny waa (50 ecu Is, with very  little obtainable even at that limine. This morning it went down  to 55 ctntd, owintf b> the arrival  of ucai'^o of 1)0U|,)  (.;allor,H.  illro. 1, jj uiivi si ^ u.w.m ������,,.,���������,,.,v.,  BnperiiitiiiHleiit of Grac.i Metho.  dint Bmiday school in place of Dr.  GilleHp'o. .\li\ A. ilack Aw������il*  hint S.i^-'rint cik'Uuit ami Mr������*. VV.  W. VVill.o-d, Treii-uier. .  WAX'^KD-lV.H'hur for No. 7  ^ Ounibci'lanfl has increased 505  in population during the. past leu'  years. The" population according  to tlio hist cciifus iii 1911 \.\ 1:237.  Nanaimo has 8,800 and T/uly-  smith 8,5205, an increaso in the  latter place iu leu years of 2,5-1-i).  Tho |iopulation of Nauaiino in  1001 was (5,1.30.  An Australian mail Pto.'imcr  wan laldiig in bunker conl at Union  Hay on liuuday.  There b; good  Palmou   trolling  in the vicinity of Yellow Rock.  .. ��������� ..... 4?>._���������   LAWN TENNIS or(TJH.  Touvnumeiit on Tuesday, Aug,  Oth. Mixed Doubles Meiiiberii  will pleaco bo on the   ground   at  2 p. m. or notify tholr   intention  of playing.  !McOill ���������Matriculation  Mis. ami  I Miss   Lockhart,  wife  and daughter of   -Managor    Lock  hart of our local foii'ion, arrived in  town on Tuesday- evening   i'rom  tho east.  Mrs. V. Ouvjll., of Colling  wood, Ontario, sister of Is!rs, W,  I'i Lawrence, aud Mies M. A.  Lawrence, of Oreemorc Ontario,  piskT of Mr. Lawrence, nrrivod  in town lvccntly- and are the  miestu of their brother and _if-ter.  aManagor Lawrence of the Big  Store, arrived homo" from Vancouver on Tiifcf-ihiy evening.  Miss Kubena liie.kle, of I/uly-  sinith, arrived in town hist week  aud is the guest of hor uncle and  iiunt, Mr. and Mrs. K. W  Hiekle.  Mr. II. G. Williams, Dominion  telegraph operator, will leave nu  Friday I'oi Dniu'aii. lie will hi'  away for ahoal lw>; weeks,  lli^lge   i\uili.-,     piwj/i ,v..'.  tiie   iNaininno   Imvc   ^ll���������h^,   anil  party where nt.'Union   Hay   on  Kiinday,    They came u|> from Nn.  "Kngl.uid cxpei'l.i  that   (panada  llih' dny will put   up or shut up.''  ���������-- ' ���������   4">   lVoviutial* Constable' II an nay  made a raid in Chiualowu on  Monday last:, He caught six ot  seven Chinamen playing fan  lair, he managed to capture three  out of.the bunch and seized their  piii'iipheualla. T hey ��������� w e r e  biouylit ii|i for trial before J us���������  lives of t]ie Teace, Slunv and  Willard. The trio pleaded not  ij'Tiilty.    Mr, 1\ V. Harrison a p.-  il' *' ��������� *  d tieaivd   for   the   ('liiuaiueii,    A  GuuiLorlir.nl Centre: maximum  marks   000.    Number  of candi  dafes,   4-;    passed,   '2;   Kli^nbotli  J   Gibson, 528; Kv,t   O.   Bickle.  1:>0  High School Examinations  Preliminary course, 'maximum  *  marks,   3000.    Number of  can  dldates, 1; passed, -I; Hi'leu Free  iii.uijO'lD;  .Janet,   I'I.   Robertson,  WO; Marion (iray,   5520; Ilannah  llarrison, 51L.  Advanced course, maximum'  marks, UKX). N1 umber of ciuidi-  dalch, 0, pa-sed, 8; Harold Freeman, 085, .Joim Kussoll, 057;  J ..not Whyte, 501.  TKN   DOLLARS RKWARI),  Ten dollarn reward will be  paid lo the finder of a Mineral  Water Account Hook which was  lost on the rond between Ourtcn  ay and Cuuil'cil'Mid u tluut time  ago, The finder will please ie-  turn r-aiue to Victor Honora,  "King (George" Hotel, Duuibev.  land, and receive Ter. Dollar.1:  Howard.  Issued by The .Canadian Bankof Commerce, arc a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting' small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge ;it any hai^k in Canada, (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal dues of the United States, are issued at;  the following rates:  $5 and under    'il cents  Over     5 and not exceeding $i-.0    O     "  "   10    " "        ao io   "  "    30      " " GO 15     '*  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should be mada by means cf our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DRAFTS r.nd MONI2Y  ORDJ������R3.   Iouued without delay a^'reasonable rates.  CUKSERT.AWD BRAKCK...-.;' W. T. WHITK,   STftuaRCv  ~rtimmi "oTtE" ctoir"?";^-^^^^���������^^^  norse unfit lor worl;. Ai'er dis-  eiii'Siou the Hoard of Works were  empowered to dispose of present  lmrso and purchase a suitable  oue lor the work.  The Mayor made the follow-  ''���������'/I' appoiiiime'ih: b'inanee f-'om-  iiii'.tce. Aid   Will.ird.    Hoard of  The rejMilar meeting of 1 la-  City Council was held ou Monday  evening, there boiiip present Aid.  Mnxwcll, Heveridnro, Hmiks, Wil-  lard.   Oe.ssd'o'd mid   the   .nnyor.  Tho niiuutee of previous ineet-  iiifr were read and   adopted.  Communication from Duteher1 lloahh, Aid. I!.(:iks and Willard.  MaxwOl ik. Co,, statin;.' th...| \<"��������� \\ I'.ieble 011. behalf of the  eiiyineer to supervise sidew.ir  eon.struciion would be hero abou  ihe liis'. of 1 lie   month,  Coinmuuiea'i m from P.. II.  Travers statin;,'that lie was ready  to start sidewalk  ciJiiitl'iie'dou ;.���������:,  Ishrule".   propo;ed    publishing  Trades Liecu.if  l'v-l,aw   in   that  paper foi the sum of fifteen do1-  bus,    The   Council   considered  this  unnecessary^  A    C'������iiimi'.tce    eoii.sistiuij   of  Council v,'i:!i"d   him      II-  "���������*-��������� \ \\,\. M ������������;������v-!!1 l!-m!;-;  and  C-s������:  ford wi.s appoidti-d lo cnrpiiri; in ���������  tu Uh' cost ol 1 lie belter lighting  ol Duusiiiuir avenue.  notified that work could hcj;iii at  once.  Aeeounts:���������li Grant   &   Co.  #21.00;  ti.    K.   MaoN'uujjfli'ou,  The seboolj tru-lees were grant  $1000. Iti-ferred to i'iuam:*!'.,! x\.l(. ���������v, 0| Council CliMiiibeiH  (Aunmittie. us ttfiiipijcarv school premit'es. "  Aid.    Maxwell   repoiled   city)    (:((1,!)eii ^Ijonrned.  VpimZmJE'**^^^  mmftm,>tmmui.������*."������������������ * mfttm,������.'������WM������������������������*������ m  ���������*. m*f..-im#m.0*  ,f^mf^.fmm.m*.*.u.������,-^mt,mm.mfmmamm,,t.m,.m^K*~^mtm^^fm*^mm*Mm������mmmm.m*i.m..im  tail ml.  I.     A;������;i!v Iv div  Ury, (Jamb'.'j'etii'l. i). G.  11101110 hy nut", uud   reliiriu-d   lhe  sumo day.  !lremand wa* granted until Am>  usl 5th. Mr. Maiiiiny h "noo!-  ing 'IniiK-s ofi',' tliv ui^i the district, and is nit the trad: ol ol -  leuiK'is.  &*mrt4fl  Constable Hniumy wishes to  s'atc Hint lie is "red hot" af-  ter nil im'oinobilislrt who over-  ?.'ep the speed limit, ,dso for not  -<*���������   Thu Depiirtiimutiil Ht< refi show  up well at nijrlit with the i*ew  tleflrif .-'I'Mi. ft with Campbell  UrotherH li^ht makea tint p u-'inn  IuvIiijjcjwo-H 111 a conspic������oii!������!.1f t >.iii:-.ntf!i* uvemm idoif-i hhijj  manner their lights, s-������ that   the'|it(bt an dny.    It is a j'ood I'idver- \f\  j-V   VT     V|i*Tr1  Am -im ***** J- w*  t  Atmrnmcemet  JL.       /J* iil   Jtm   tm.   JA    -*mM     mm* ������������������������������  *���������   ���������      if      ���������       ��������� ��������� -    '   * nrv   ,,,  OF OUR FALL OPENING- SHORTLY  iiiMuiH!->':in be 1e.1d.ly se.*n.  nu'o drivers lo<A" out'  ho j ljsoiiient---'-dni'ii't a,! gOiv!   it:  in the Nj'.wh  onelM  ���������! I  jfJ  J'*l*  'mmwasWimmiiHW*���������***'**^**^ ���������K*--*m-M'm'wm'^wm-*m*m*%.i**m ������  V-     *-; [-\    \$  *i i   v f\  t a imt*m**#������#*Bm  -t aft. *���������* aa '* 1  W'^TWffl^JC'T-^Tt^-'MrK^^ ��������� ������!���������     ..-  .* '���������  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. H. a  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6, MOBERLY  Author of  ���������Dan ������nd Another,"' "A  Web,"    "Sin of Allioii  Ino."  ������tc,  aic.  Tangled  Deer-  WARD,  LOCK  *. CO.,  LIMITED  London, Melbojrne and   Toronto.  j "Of course���������I k-jow," came the un-  ;thinking response, and then a flood  |of color  poured  o\er "the  delicalely-  (Coatiauedi.  *I came in By the back door as he  worn out of the front, and the first  words Mr. Bevan said were, 'There  goes the best man 1 ever met,' and  a initiate afterwards Mr. Tritton came  in. 1 couldn't bear him. It is very  wrong to speak evil of someone who  is dead���������and he died such a dreadful  death���������but���������he was a horrid man.  When he was there, I felt as if a reptile was creeping about the room. H������  looked at me as though"���������the girl  shivered, and Dorothy, out of the fuller comprehension of heiunore mature  experience, understood and drew the  slim young figure close to herself.  "Always trust those instincts of  yours," she said. "When you feel that  any person is like a reptile, don't let  them come nearer to you than you  would allow a snake to come. Your  own heart will never fail to guide you  rightly."  "An angel-walered lily"���������the phrase  Bevan had used about this girlswung  back into Dorothy's mind, and looking down Into the crystal clearness  of the blue eyes, she stooped and  kissed her, with the thought���������  "Her soul is as crystal clear as her  eyes.   An angel-watered lily indeed."  "Mr. Tritton came to tell Mr. Bevan  of the wonderful discovery he had  made through the letter I found in  the work table," Betty resumed; "he  only came to talk about that. He was  full of a sort of dreadful triumph; it  made me feel as if���������oh! almost as if  I should have liked to kill him. Only  ���������it seems terrible to say that���������now."  "Why did he come down here? Was  it on purpose to see my husband?"  "Neither Mi;. Bevan nor I could  quite make it all out. He talked confusedly. He was so excited that he  was incoherent. He kept on saying  that if he had followed Mr. Soames'  advice he should not have told Sir  Miles yet, and then he laughed, and  ���������winked, and said he thought he  knew a thing or two, as well as old  Soames."  "But he was sorry���������surely...'lie'was  a little sorry at the thought of ousting  Miles? Had he no feeling for him���������  and for me?" ������   '  "He was sorry for you���������more than  once ho spoke of you as if you were  -somcthiri^apart~frorn-aiid'-abo\re~oth'r  er people���������and I am sure he could not  bear the thought of doing what would  injure you. But it is no use pretending he cared about Sir Miles and his  loss, because lie didn't care���������not one  little bit. :��������� I wish���������oh! how I wish  I had never found that letter."  "I think it had to be found," Dorothy said gently. '"We can't alter  what has been planned for us, and  It is only weakness to ���������regret something Ijiat cannot be altered or helped. It is only so sad, so dreadful  to think that poor, miserable life has  gone out in such a tragic way."  "And that he will never have . a  chance now of doing better." Betty  j:ut In with vehemence.  "Don't say that," Dorothy spoke  quickly. "How (io wo ' know? I  can't bcllovo tl*al ho won't have another opportunity given him' ot climbing away from evil, and choosing  good. Death Is not tho end-only  tho beginning of n. now life, where  perhaps he will turn lo the liqhl."  "Whnt a beautiful mind you have,"  ���������the words wfcre girllidily impulsive,  hit their sincerity was unmistakable  ��������� llko your beautiful- face," Belly  whispered under her bre.ith; "and you  nun talk like this when your whole  thoughts nnmt bo full of siifepeiino a-  bout, your husband,"  ��������� "Hut I am (juiie fv.iro of hh Innocence," Dorothy 'snld smii'ly  j tinted face, s-i.d the olue eyes fell.  I "And please," she vent on confusedly,  ."if there is anything I can do for you,  ���������any way I can nelp jou, will you tell  ;me? Mr. Bevan'*���������again came tnat  pivid flush���������"tod me to ask jou  ;v.h iher lis Msier would be any com-  i'oit to you now. He would fetch  her irom the hospital if you would  'like her to come"  Dorothy smiled. It was so like ths  uiipractical artist lo dream that he  <.p>.ild raid the hospital, and carry off  oiie of its Sisters at a moment's no-  iice., : But the thought of -Clare's  restful helpfulness came to her. like  a shower of dew upon a thirsty land',  and she  said wistfully���������  "There is nobody I sbould like better than Clare, but���������-'    '���������"*-'���������  "No, you mustn't say 'bit.' " Betty stopped the words with a kiss.' 'Mr.  Bevan said I was to ask you that, an-l  to let him know as soon as possible,  and I have stayed and raited to you  n.i'ead. Mother says [,am an incorrigible prattler." '*.."  "Tell your mot hey liow yen have  cheered me," Dorothy answered; "you  have come like a ray of sunshine into  such a gloomy dny. (Jod bless you,  little Betty!"  The girl left the room, but in a moment she was once more bv Dorolhv's  side.  ��������� "You asked mo to tell you exactly  what Mr. Tritton said when he came  into the studio yesterday, and there ia  something- I have .onlv just remembered.     He said���������  .���������", 'i told my good news to ihat chap  Dynecourt, and he didn't seem over  and above pleased. Of course, I "understand . that I'm,,;* putting some  spokes into Miles Hernesley's!, wheels,  md pretty big spokes, too. But by  Dynecourt's manner you'd think I'd  done him some harm, and I don't, seo  what harm I'm doing Dynecourt."  "I remembered about his saying  that, when you spoke of the hospital,  because Mr. Dynecourt belongs to the  same hospital as Sister Clare, doesn't  she���������St.  Hugh's?"  "Yes," Dorothy repeated    mechanically," staring at Betty with wide,-unseeing eyes; "yes, Mr.  Clare both belong to  pital���������St. Hugh's."  CHAPTER  "I have had this telegram from ray  brother, and I can makfe neither head  nor tail of it. It arrived at half-past  one, just when the doctors Avere going  round." Sister Clare handed the  pink paper to Oliver, Dynecourt who  met her at the door.,of the ward, having come up to it himself in search  of a colleague. "I am so glad lo  see you," she went on; "perhaps you  can explain what Dick means- .Twas  on my way down to the.matron's office to show it to her."  Dynecourt read the telegram, then  looked at the Sister with eyes as bewildered as her own.  "I don't in the least understand  it," he said, "but something must  h-aw"nap~pme"d7',  - '    "~~~7^"  "But what? Dick says, 'Please go  to her. She wants your help. Great  shock.' Who wants "me? And what  does he mean by great shock? And  how can I go away in the middle of  my work?"  Clare's usually unruffled "tones  rounded a little perturbed, and there  was perturbation on her quiet face.  "Dick is a perfect dear, but the art  SUITS FOR MEN AND  YOUNG MEN.  at>  Dynecourt and  the same hos-  XV     ,  BRODERICK'S SERVICE  possesses an unusual opportunity lo tjiose that  have a desire to be, and  an appreciation of, being  well dressed. The matter  of detail is what makes  Broderick's.'service, different from the ordinary  "long .distance5-' tailoring..  All of Broderick's suits  are designed without reference to the question of  price. Our clothes- are  made iu bur own workshop, under our own  supervision and out of  materials of our own im- -  portation, and are guaranteed to be just as represented.  Broderick's styles are, as  the result of catering to  the most ,discriminating  and critical of Toronto's  good dressers, the accepted standard of Toronto's  styles, just as the-values',.'  have come lo be accepted  as the standard of Toronto values.".,  .'."Write us for samples and  style book. ^Ve will sup: i  ply self measurement  chart and fnll instructions  that will insure measurements that will ;be accurate in every, detail.  Prices $22.50 to $45.00.  1 , Sermons  Deacon A.: "What our people need  is sermons that will wake them up."  Deacon B-: "Xo, brother; what they  need is. sermons that won't let 'en.  go to sleep."   ��������� ���������  Oldtimer���������Is you:' married life one  rand sweet song?  Newlywed���������Well, since our   baby's  been born it's ilk* an .opera, full of  grand inarches vith loud calls for the  author  every  uisjlit.���������Tit-Bits-  Ask  for Minard's and take no other.  The "always room at the top", axiom has kept a lot of only half-ready  chaps from beginning at the bottom!  Relieves Asthma at Once. lf.;you  could read {.hi thousand? of unsolicited letteis received by the. linkers  from grateful users you, too, would  realize the reuiur:;;i!iie curing powers of Dr. Ji D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. All cases, Incipient and  chronic, are benefited by this great  family remedy, and "'many of them  are cured. Why suffer or, experiment with worthless preparations  when the genuine Kellogg's can be  purchased  everywhere.,  The Tired Business Man  Now, let us consider this bugabo ���������'  of the, Tired Business Man. The  theatrical managers yelp about him  continually.  "Why do you produce nothing byt  musical  comedy?"  Ave  ask.  "Oh, you must cater to ' the tired  business man."  "Why must the liberetto.be in  words of one syllable?"  "You see, we cater to the .tired  business man."  "No doubt that accounts for..theso  feeble plots." ,  . ���������     '  "Yes, we cater to the tired business  man-" .*'"'���������  But does the tired business men  get all this consideration when he  goes to the ball park? No, he sits  on the hard benches,, aiid roots like  the" rest of us. The Tired Business  Man is a myth./  LIMITED  Dept.  K  Toronto  Canada  ^(^A*A^l^^AA������vv^v^Al^^A^A<*Ayv7  GAME* OF   CHESS   TYPIFIES   LIFE  It is impossible to state just when  and where chess was born. Back ,we  may go in the ages, and we still find  it existing. We see it-painted on  the Egyptian vasqs, and we find Jt in  the Chinese books of -wisdom"."" It  lias been ascribed to all sorts of birthplaces, its creator' having   been   at  when Your JIorse  GOES LAM tl  -Wim!  Un|Uiii������  m  i U dmloi* tt *|U������I" Curl), Vbllnl,.  in ur tny ulliiT |Miifii������������i~di>!i'i rltlf |1  luilu* I'm llno'icti htglt r��������� lion I nm Jurt  utr >l ������ H'L to ���������i[.rilipi������iil!n* withiiiikinxu  r������m������<l������.������-Jni'i pay t l>ig vtl������ili*r; kill, Vn  Kendall's Spavin Cure  ������nd tur.II d'lti tlyMM t������M> *il'i'mt��������� miMnnlt.  IIIA'I wlnl \Y, W. |1|,������ii btC'ilit"!, AIM.. Vlll*f������ I  "I Inn uar.l ymirH:������fh dm li.rwnud htrt  tumiiimrlf nimJ I'ml M III l������y Vn* if f������lU������  linilH|iilnti ami Hiiiivlnai.il l.uito..  I Ilnd tlu.1 II  luim wftonwr Hit ljillili.ll/ n-i'll'il.  ilinn>iiil������ iifi.llirr linn* ciwm r> lit|*i" hi* 111*  niitfijifilriiKi. F..f ������l<.iil Cj )������������ri KmhIiII'i  (i*?Ib Cutt-tin I* ii Ibi ulil nlinlii������i������iii������lr,  H Imi "vnl iiilllliiii 1,1 (lullm fur twn������  tituttt.   Uo id )<>nr Hriit������l"i������-i������������ ������  coiipit nf ii..in������������ u ir������n i.n ii.iH'i, rnta  $\ \*r t."iili'-fi li'iiilii fur ������i  Ma  lilm ilu)fur fr������������iIhhiW "Iir������n������������Mi  UiiJliit'.������'���������or Willi' din it to ui.  Dr.l.J.K������n*������llC������.,  Kunbr f r*Ui,  \*������  40  istic temperament does do such erratic things. Who but an artist could  havo sent such an Incomprehensible  telegram?" ���������      '      .      * "  "Does It allude to Miss Dyson, the  lovely 'Nauslcaa'?" Dynecourt asked,  following Clare into her sitting-room.  "I don't know; I have no idea what  It means, My first thought was Dorothy; could anything have happened  to Sir Miles?"  "Anything happened to Sir Mile-.;?"  Oliver repeated her words dully and  ho noticed mechanically that, In  speaking, sho looked away from him  uh though she wore afraid of hurting  him. Through tlio misery and pain  ihat gnawed nt hla heart ho felt soothed by the vory gentleness of her quiet.  voice; the turmoil of passion aroused  hy his interview of the day before  with Dorothy, died down, lie felt moro  miiHter of himself. But CIiuc'h words  echoed in IiIb bruin -with n dreary per  u'lslencc,  "Could anything have .happened lo  ������r Miles?"  If it only had! fireat heavens, if It  ly had! If Dorothy worn free���������free  ���������111k UigiirIiIh wero cheeked by  Clare's voice, and a lllllo feeling of  hIiiuih' sllrred In linn, Ruch thoughts  were unworthy of her prcHenee; for  Dyneeourl, iih fur lis ho Iind slipped  along ilio .downward pnlli, i;llll n-  tallied (lie luowledtfo of ftood, \;;i;>  Hi III eiipnhlo of roiillHlng thut u woman hiicIi iih Clnrn liovnii HpreudH !i-  bout hyr ,ui iidiiobplier-j of piiiiiy i;i:,|  ll������hl, In whl'.h no dark or e.-II tiling  dareii rear lis lioruJ. i  If women eouM only ?.;rtin;'ii;|jer how  lai'-reaelilim' nn liilliienco hiicIi iim a������-  inoHpheru may he, would they not Ki'cp  Ith gooilnoHH   find    KrAeloiiHiidHm   for  CIVI'I   IlllOllf  l lll'lll'.'  With an effort Oliver rcenlled IiIh  ivnndrrliiK Ihouuhlu, nml responded lo  li Ik ronipiinloii'H oiiomlon.  "(Jh, no," In; linld uulckly, "hoIIiiiik  Iiiih liiipjudied lo l',ir AlllffH, Al Unsf,  ho wuh all rlKlit ycHteriltiy evniilng  I hiiw Drii-olhy" He plopped abruptly  n (lurk IIihIi nioiiiilud to IiIh fnrelu ad,  IiIh eyes aliiftori undor Clare's hu,-  I'llHud Khuiee.  "You w������ro nt MniHiiiiero?" ������,lic hi*hi.  "Yes,"��������� the eiiil.'iiiijii'Hin.jiif, on  Dynecoiirl'H luen (l(>r>p(Jlicd���������-''/ had t,,i  ������o down on hiiHlueKH���������mid I hii|>|)enrd  tn   itfio   llni'fitlw   1'ii't   f,vi.,,t}\,,'<  To hn Conlluiieil  No Suffering Yets!  The unnatural suffering of so many women at times  can be relieved by a little care and proper help.  Beecham's Pills give just the assistance needed. They  act gently but surely; they correct faults of the system  so certainly that you will find better conditions prevail  Amongst Women Who Take  this renowned and effective remedy. Beecham'c  Pills will help your digestion, regulate your bowels,  stimulate, your liver. Headaches, backaches, lassitude, and nervous depression* will trouble you less and  less after you take at times���������whenever there is need���������  BEECHAM'S PILLS  Women wuhing to retain their youthful looki and to feel at their belt  ibould be lure to read Iho special directions with every bos.        _,  Sold everywhere,   In boxes, 25c.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured '"*.;.  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ns thoy ennnot reach  the seat ol the disease. Catarrh is a blood ort constitutional disease, and In order to curo It you rnust tako  Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the bloodnnd: mucous  surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by ono ol tho best physicians  In this country for years and ts a-regular prescription.  It Is composed of tho best tonics known, combined  with the best blood purifiers, nctlnK directly or. the  mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination of tho  two Ingredients ia what produces gueh wonderful results lu curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.  F. J,.CHENEY* CO., Props., Toledo, a  Sold by DruKKlsts, price 75e.  Take Hall's Family Pills Ior constipation.        . ���������,  Like One of the Family  Tibblo had been placed by her mnu  in a situation as maid of all^work in  a family of three. At ihe end of the  week the aunt "stepped along in" tn  see how Tibbie'* was getting on.   "  "Do you like your work?" asked the  aunt..- ��������� -,".''���������  '"Tis fair," said the laconic 'Tib-'  ble;'*** '*:.'��������� ���������'������' '*_   ���������       \  "And. are they mauing you feel at  home?"  "Whiles the are, and whiles they  aren't,"  "Now, what do you be meaning by  that?" asked the aunt, impatiently.  "Aweel," said Tibbie, "they have na  asked me to gang f kirk wi* them  yet, but last night they, went on wi'  a grand quarrel they were havirjg, all  the-three o' them, wi' me takking the  dishes oft' o' the table, jist as if I  had been one o' the family."  I     fmwl^a^tiitkfTjtrWi HFwHiip    I  I'U'u mtLii\j>%pn'  f.niih   liitur,   fll    licllrr,    wrm '  loiiRcr find (five loiter mllnffir.  Hon   llian  olli������r  twilita.    Tlu)  arm flm h-miII nf f.fl yrttia' nr-  I'lltlililliH'il    luiuvli (lfi<    n nd    fX-  narfrnr* In ljull.!ln������ Htsh fltadf  Rlirxs fllfjilrfil liv faaAlru  (IrBl^r*  cvfiywlicif'  In  Caned*  Thi   JOHN   MfPHEOSON   CO.,  Llmlttd, Hamilton, Onl.  r.ui.  ���������',\  (lullc.iui la!-  Old Ute and Worn  .Mi.lion Mft'i.i h.iH a K(!i������ii  ill  nt  lilfiiiliiid,  Viiiicoiivcr  .u.il  mul ,ii u  Inirnu'Sd)  "i    miio  times a. mail, at limes a god.I\'oth"ins  positive is known Hbout it, yet ���������.���������tlio  greatest probabilities seem io point  to its having come from thte East. It  may be interesting to note just a few  of the hypotheses surrouinliiig iis obscure-, birth.  John de Vigney assigned the invention to a Babylonian philosopher,  Xerxes. Leneur attributes its origin to  Ciiilo, ihe Spartan, one of the seven  sages of Greece. Sir William Jones  ascribes, the invention of chess tb  Marsi and feols sure it originated from  India. Gibbons says:���������"To admonish  kings that are strong only in the  strength of their subjects, the same  Indians invented the game of chess,  which was likewise introduced into  Persia during the reign of Nusliirvnn.  \Aii Indian 'philosopher thus describe chess:���������"It is a representative  contest, a bloodless combat, an imago  not. only of act mil military operation,  but of tliat greater warfare which  every son of- iho eart.li, Irom the  cradle to tho grave, is conlliuiiilly  waging���������tho battle of life.' One sons  clearly that, even going back to Its  birth, tho parallelism between chess  and men exists, for does anybody  Know just when, where and how ili>  tlrst iiiiui appeared .n:r earth? Also,  iu it not a fact that man's uitrihiHoH  ond natures luue leinalned lineliang-  ed throughout couturier), and that  clioHH was played much In the snmo  way, each cIiobhiiiiiii moving In its allotted manner even ti.OOO yeara ago?  According to Canera, tlio principles  of chess could bo applied to the gain.'  of life. The board may bo eoimldor-  ed tho Held of lifo, clietiuored wllh  good and evil on which man Is to  play 1'Ih game and ho rewarded lie-  (ordlng lo Ills deserth. The pnw.iiH  iiiny be looked upon ny repri ticnllng  IIio'ho leollngH which are Ilrst excited  by cireuniHtiiiieci* and form imrrier.i to  t hone al longer ihikhIoiih which would  be represented by the superior pieces,  The ciihIIc, moving on Ihe honrd In  direct linen, icpreneulH that liuiaie  H.'iino of JiikIion pervading every hu-  mnu lireiuil, which, however allocked  when properly maintained ennnot be  coiKinered, The kulglit, eccentric in  IiIh inovemeiilH, but regulated by Used principles of action, poitruyH that  feeling of honor which, deviating from  llio bealeii couiHe, Koekx for adven-  lureii. Hy ilio walk of the binliop  miij be couHlilerijfl the relLxloiei feel,  iu;; vhlch In eniitlnually crouned by  (he inovenientH of 'ordinary life; ,ih  they never leave the color of liio  aquaro tlicy Html from.Miey nro lypl*  cal of a (liiii faith. Tlie 'pieen typ|.  (lew niiibUioii, and llio king, iuovIur  only one wtiiare at a time, vhilo every  dlrwllon  Ih oiien   lo li Ih choice,  l������  IHi'hl'' fli'it'iH-lfvli-de * nf prndr'nee I In  lieldoin uhivck uiiIchh forced, HhelloiM  iiii.HH'll tieiiiiiu, ami eiitlliiH nit* hue-  (or of justice, honor, religion and ambition.  The Grasping Salt  "Capt. Salt once behaved with considerable herpism in a. collision at  sea, and his company wished to-pre  sent him with, a gold watch: Accordingly Salt was invited to a board  meeting, and there, in a luxurious,  room on the thirteenth story of a  .skyscraperT-amid--a-throng-of-~mi!lion-  aires with white side whiskers, a  superb gold "watch Was duly present  ed to the"mariner.in"'a^ neat speech.  "And how did Capt., Salt receive  that beautiful watch? Ne took it  in his Ijig red hand, frowned, and  said:  "Where's the chain that goes with  II?" '      "..���������.'.'������������������  Getting   a   Recommendation  New  Maid���������"Would yoii nihid giving me a rikemmendatlon, mum?"  Mistress���������"But, you've, only just  come!"  New Maid���������"lilt ye "may,not. want  to give me wan when I'm lavln', ilium.  ���������Answers, London.  Long Cough  The. tiger camo toward mo, bellowing and grunting, and when ho got opposite lhe screen lie gave one of  those fearful coughs which only a /nan  who has been close to such a beast  can appreciate, II. was 11. feet long,  ���������������������������London Standard.  -'���������*������������������������  Artificial Sponge  The manufacture of artificial sponge  is based on the action of zinc chloride on pure celluloise, wiiich has been  mixed with pure rock salt. This  mass ist subjected to pressure by a  press, provided with pins which serve  to pierce through the mass, thus making tiny, canals, looking very much  like the pores of the natural sponge.  It is* mashed very thoroughly in a  weak solution of alcohol to remove Ihe.  excess of salts. This sponge, swells  up -with water and hardens on drying  just like the genuine, article. It is  especially adapted for filtering drinking water, but it can be used for all  purposes to Which the natural product is applied.  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Tlio Tablets are sold by jnodlciuo  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a bos  from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockllle, Out.  When Your Eyes Need Care  Try Murine Eye Komedy. No Smarting���������Ye.ela  Fine���������Acts-Quickly., Try it, 5or Kt.l, Weak,  Watery Eyea uud Granulated Eysllds. Illustrated Book iu each Package. Mnrlnn U  compounded by our Oculists���������not n, "Patent Medicine"���������but used ln successful Physicians' Practice for mnny yeitrs. Now dedicated to tlm Pnb-  Uc and mid by Druggists at 26c nnd (Oc cer Boalo.  Murine i������jo Saive in Aseptic Tubos6.26c aod Mo.  Murlno Ey* Remedy Coi������ Chlcego  . BEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.?!  VMM.WlKILOW't BOOTH IKO ���������\mVt lias bM*  fi ml for o?������  iToroter SIXTY V������ARS by MIUIONS oi  __THSR8 for  their CHILDRBN   WKttH  ftOOTHRB tlie CHILD, SOFllUtB the GUM&'  4UAV8 all PAIN: CURBS WIND CQLIC, and  lithe bett remedy for DIARRHOEA. It U 4>  wlutely hannlcsi. Be sure and auk for "Mra1  Window's Soothing Syrup." and take no olbef  kind,  Twenty-flvtcentia botUe.  DR. ELLIOTT. SPECIALIST. PRI������  vate di36aBe3 and drink habit,  Write 81 Queen East Toronto,  Maypole Soap  THE CLEAN  HOME DYE  Givei rich, even  colors, (tee Irom  ilreski and absolutely last. Does not  ���������Uiinlisndsor ktltlei  24 colon, will give ������  any shade. Colon  10c, black 15c, at  your dealer'* oi  po������l> paid with  booklet "How to  Dye" from  F. L. BENEDICT  CATS PAW  RUBBER  HEELS  Tread softly -  Stepsafettf. lSaS  CAT'S RAW RUBBtR SOLES  Embody the patented features  of Cats Paw Heels.  OLESl  ires    I  L-^_������J  Ah a vorinlfiiKO llioro In notliliiB  bo potent, iik Motliur (iravoH* Worm  Exterminator, mid It can be  Klveii to I lie moHt ilellciilo child wllli-  out ((,'ar of Injury to the lionstJttilion,  Tlio mini wlio will (ry any old IIiIiir  once, In llnlilo to nut kIiuik a wi'ini-  daloiiH iiiiiulier of Union!  "WliH  lii'i'  lireiicli  of  prlinilHO  milt  BIH'OX'HHflll?''  "Very, Tlui Jury nwiirihul lier  piioukIi inniiey to niiikc II worth Home  niaii'M while to ninny her for It,"--  Del roll Free I'i'chh,  Gettlo.j It all  Tho doctor lo'd hlrn ho needed car-  hohydratcH protoidn JiuJ. above all,  soniethliig nltj'OKonoiis, . Tho doctor  mentioned a long list of roods for lilm  to eat. Uo HtiiRKoi-ed out and wab-  bled Into a Pont avoiun rcstimriuil.  "How about beofstcali ?" ho asked  tno waiter,     "Ih that nllvogonoiiH?"  Tho waiter didn't linow,  "Avo fried potatoeH rich in car-  bohy, drates or not?"  Tho waiter couldn't Bay.  "Well, I'll llx it," declared (he poor  man in denpiilr, "nrlwg ino a largo  plate of IiiibI)."���������IMtlHbui'B Pout.  ���������        ���������      ������.  HIh HnncJIcnn  ���������"rth' Ri'cnlest bnndi'.iaKler 1 ever  Iniew," hitya llio uum wllh the jibJioh  on IiIh vc*l, "huh a iilllti,, bllin, bald-  headed, Hinooth-fnced fellow iniiiied  John Smith. Ab a blind leader he  mado nil thouo famotiH ouch look like  iiopeli'SH iiiiiiildiii'H."  "1 never heard of him," i������rguo������ ll.e  man with tho rnvi'i'Hllilo tic,  "Of coiii'ho you dldn'i. Nor did nny-  body elxe. Dldn'i I JiihI. Hiiy that ho  wuh a little, hllm, balded-headed,  Hinoth-faeod follow and thut IHu namo  v\an John Hinllh?"  SHORTHAND ^ Ypu������ H0Mf.  ;- , '-''. ! ,. * ���������:���������:��������� ' II. i" ���������imple,' E������������y  |t,o(eB|n. ' M..1 In write, Ivfiy to read, Scho<.(  iChilclren lenin  hi ������ week. , ,  I       $3.0() lor Complete Course    ' j  InduJirfi T������������l Book,    WRitEAT.ONCE, ,'  COttMftlJS SHORTHAND    h0U������������������y  CORHESPONDKI^^COILEOE 0������t,  Vou    li ro    ('hiirged  -"I wiib going for n  ���������IikIko���������'  Hpecdlng."  Prliionei  tor,"  Judge- "Whom had you  wllh  doc-  Sleeping Sickness  A French doctor, M."A, Lnfont, who  has been studying tho Insects whloh  aro mipposod to carry Hloeplng hick-  hobs, reports to tho Biological Society  of Purls that, whilst working In tho  British depondonclos In tho Indian  British .Mauritius nnd Reunion, his attention was called to tho reduvlldno  bugs, especially a largo bug which  nl.tnckft nmn, nnd Is called by llio  natives "Mniinin" or 'Morpin,'* Tbo  first of theso was anight In a niHivo  bed, whore It had just bltcn a child.  Aftenvnrds tho natives found him several specimens, and In the Intestinal  canals of nlmost nil ho found try-  panoiionies, tho organisms that cmiHen  sleeping sickness. Tho Weeping  SicltneiiH Bulletin for April alni.es that  UiIh observation Hhould bo of special  Interest for India, especially Madras,  for Dr. Donovan has thero found nn  exactly similar form of organism in  tho samo bug, whloh ho has proved to  feed on human blood.  am::, it's,-  ac  =  i-ceriit dliiiiei'  11 i  ......     ...   ..j ,   ,,...,��������� ..,,,  Wull'l, (It'll, .Nlitli.-i Hitld: ���������  "'i'lic lmthos of tin Look I., really  liathoti. It rciiiliidi) pie of a private's  ���������widow, Tin- good woman -.vas about  to tmf] her litisbiiud'H fnrnlturo, he  nigs, iilittcd ware, and what not. Ah  the win frolni? *������V('i- Hi.-st vrtfrlfiq fit.r  < yes Jilled Willi li-jti-H, a Iiok! ol iiiei.i.  Mb'H '-oil- to Ium- mlud, and hit Iter  nsido ji liiiiMlovui Iriiti'ffr, hIic wild:   'Oh. deur! I can't let iIkimi ko!  T'hv'H' in-fit in [Aim U:oit;<''ti inoiitli  K<o oltcii!"  He���������"You are nil the world  Hhe���������"Well,   all   the   world  love a lover irnn nine.'  Sampling the Future  "De drinks heavily,"  '���������I know il."       ,  "lie gambles,"  "I am going to marry him  form lilm.'  "My girl, listen to me.    Try oik  iiei'ltnetil  before vou do I hut."  '���������What f*perljiHMit?"  "Tako lu  a  week's washing hi  ;uid hie how  Mtuiulicr,  ymi iil.e  H."���������c  "I wonder," mused little Harry, who  was studying his Sunday school loci-  .ion, "If men will over live to bo tm  or (100 years old- again'.'"  "No, I gtioss not." replied hh G-  yeai-old blntir. "The,Lord tried the  experiment oiieo and llioy got so bud  ho had to drown most of thorn."  Where Right Is Wrong  .'rone.li-Bailor has his heart on  right side.  enn v  J-lfiU  even  j>)UI-f  Poor ohap.     Ills  tiny   nm man in  tho  fllOllllB  io    liic  Interetit In  No Alternative  Manager (to applying oflleo   boy).  Why did you lonvo your last plueoV  Boy; Well, I i'oiiklu'1 nil. ulong wld  Uo  iiohh,  nn'   lie vuuimii    ������,u. tuo."  Exehunge,  spoil  Mlstr������s��������������� Bridget,    <h>    y<������'i  evervpleco of meat you cook?  .Maid���������Oh, no, muni. Hoiuetlmen It  comes bjid from iho butcher's, -liar-  pei-'s  ffif/nnr.  ������-, in imn.ni mm wii nwwW-������  Probably Last  Tittle- "llnrduji bvoiifcht liis \.Ife n  now mnehiue,"  'letlle--"Touring, taikliifi, t-owlng or  wash lng!"  In London  "I fear you aro losing  Iho Muse."  "Why?"  "I seo you couslniilly with a youiiR  mnn"  "No dunger," declared the militant  suffragette.  "Then he lu not your beau?"  "No, Iio'h a profcHHlonul bondsman,"  ��������� ,,,��������� ������������������������������������ ��������� ������������������������������������������! i 11. a  The Call  Wife���������You know Hint Mrs. New.  comb nioyod In down the street Monday, ho I culled to-dny.  Huh���������Woll, woll! Dow liko poker  (bin "Moelnt I'tinii-t" fo  Wife���������How do you menu?  Iluii���������Uliy, tu puuur you .nut mil  when you want to ������eo what tho oilur  person bus.  The fact that opportunity Is nlwnyn  come reiienlful when alio iu grabbed  around lhu,)val*t!  Slella���������Do you count   wliethff   lie  loves you with a daisy?  Holla���������That's too uncertain. 1 uso  a thrcn-loiivo.-'i Hover,  "f'nn you loud mo noniHbini* for n  while?"  "My denr boy, I hnvo nolhlng fo  lend unlcHs you would like lu Imnow  ������omo troubles"���������Baltlnioro American.1  a_mii_^mm_^m_mammmaaa  __���������___!  ttmama  im n rtu>i>i ������il^.-wig^tert������^yiOi>W'������ff-W  THE NEWS. CUMBEtfLATNTD. B. C.  NERVES AT  HIGH TENSION  Necessary in This Age of Keen Competition and Great Accomplish-  s . ment  ABOUT  PAPER  MONEY  When the Body Fails to Support the  Brain Seek the Help of  DR. CHASES' -  NERVE FOOD  Nervous people aro the salt of the  ���������earth. The great men and great  women are usually those of nervoua  temperament.  But it takes an enormous quantity  great brain of a highly teusioned "nervous system.  Digestion falls because nerve force  Is lacking to control tbe flow of digestive fluids. A little extra excitement is followed by the agony of  a sleepless night. You aro easily  Irritated and lose patience, you lack  the reserve forco which Is necessary  for success ami to ward off disease.  Unfortunately nervous diseases do  not right themselves and since your  digestive system fails to supply suZ-  flcient nourishment you must seek  external assistance such as Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food.  This great food cure Is not a narcotic to deaden the nerves. It is  not a .stimulant to whip up tho  nerves to  renewed  effort.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food feeds th?  feeble wasted nerves back to health  and vigor. It Hoods the nervous  system with new rich blood, the only  substance from which nerve force  can be made, fifty cents a box, C  for $2.50 at all dealers, or Edman-  eoii,  Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  still  of  Severely Logical  'It was a Welsh minister Mho described  tho  devil to  a  little congregation   in   a  remote   Welsh    valley.  Said the minister:  "The devil is bound round the  middle \yith chains, and round the  arms with chains and round the. legs  with, chains. But ; John Jones,"  pointing to a man iu the front row,  "he can reach you; and yon, David  Evans" pointing to one in tlio middle row, "lie can reach you, and,"  pointing to one at tbe back, "John  Williams, he can reach you."  And then a man iu the-gallery called "out: "Why he might as well ba  loose."���������London Globe.  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  Talk all Day  "Do you," said tlie .learned coun-  tiel "swear_thnt_you ;will loll tue  tiUiMir'the~AviH)l^TPhtli;~"arrd������������������"  "Oh, how lovely!" tho fair witness  Interrupted. "Hli:.!I I be allowed to  talk all the at1..-.noon il I want to?"  Written Excuses  The teacher of a Iclnderfarlcn class  was strict in tho matter of compcll-  lng her charges to bring written excuses from home in enso tlio/ ha-i  missed attendance at school.  After a big .i'.D'-m, wh'cli kopt many  of the youngBto'R awny, all but oyo  brought perfunctory explanations  from their mothers. The one child  was told to hare ti letter with him  the next dny.    lie did and it read:  "Dear Madam; Willie's-k^s aro 10  ��������� "Hies long ami tho hhow was two  feet deep.  Yours, etc."  Machine that Grinds Paper Dry and  Then Stores it in Bags  As the greatest difficulty which  most people meet with in regard to  hank notes is that of being able to  keep them, if~will probably come as  a surprise to many to learn there are  yet others for whom the difficulty entailed in destroying such paper are  well illustrated in a very interesting  article upon paper destruction by the  German Imperial printers.  The methods' previously    available  were three���������burning, boiling and pulping.   In the first- process it has been  found that even where a special furnace has been used it has not infrequently happened that while the outer parts of packets   were   destroyed  some of the contents were not even  singed.     In the case of stamps    or  gummed  paper the matter  was  worse, for the packets baked togel  into solid blocks,    the    interiors  which were quite Intact.  In the second process the papei lor  destruction is placed in iron boilers,  lve Is added and the contents then  subjected to the prolonged action ��������� .  steam. As a destructive,process for  small quantities this is quite vffeclual,  as is that of pulping, a process ia  which the paper is ciit up by revolving knives In water.  In both these eases there is, however, another difficulty���������that of disposing of the product. It cannot  easily be sold, it will nol pay to transport aud on hand the sodden, stodgy,  mass quickly goes bad.  The German Imperial printers  therefore decided to try a new way���������  grinding if up dry. To this eiid they  installed ,a forty horse-power . mil1,  which, by a process of curling, crushing and tearing reduces the paper to  an almost powderlike form, in whico  it passes through a sieve into a collecting chamber beneath the mill  ready for packing.  This, however, was accompanied by  a very objectionable feature, especial  ly when dealing with gummed paper  In the grinding. Such a dust was  created that though the.workmen engaged, . wore protectors, it yet persistently filled and blocked their eye-  and nostrils.'  As the work of packing was on this  account not only unhealthy, unwillingly performed and. also uneconomical  efforts were made to find some mechanical means of doing It. Difficulty after difficulty arose.  Among such may bo mentioned thi'  r. spiral feeder having been devised  it was found that- the paper woull  form into' balls solid as blocks of  wood, which defied the efforts to move  them by the twenty horse-power motor- /.  The Imperial printers, therefore ara  now to be congratulated upon possessing a" machine perfect in its kiud. It  takes the paper, grinds it up to ��������� any  size desired jand bags iL ���������_   Finally, though" tlie" paper" InlhTY  form fetches but little on account cf  its consequent shortness of fibre, tlv*  mill is yet not. only paying off the  initial outlay, but It is also saving  some $200 a year In woncinen's wages.  NO OPERATION WAS  EVER NEEDED HERE  BECAUSE   MRS.    GOODINE     USED  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS  Doctor said she'would have to undergo operation, but Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her.  Central Kingsclear, York Co., N-B.  (Special)���������"The doctor said I would  have to undergo an operation." v. So  said Mrs. J. V. Goodine; of this place.  But. she smiled' as she made the remark, for all need of the dreaded operation had vanished. Mrs. Goodine  used Dodd's Kidney Pills and. is a  well woman. Given in brief and in  her own words, Mrs. Goodine's experience Is as follows:  "I was very miserable with Kidney Disease and unable to do my own  work. The doctor said I would have  to undergo an operation. After using three boxes of Dodd's Kidney  Pills I was all better and able to do  my housework. This statement is  true, as you can easily prove by enquiring among my neighbors."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys, cured kidneys v strain, all the  poisons and other causes of disease  out of the blood. Thus Dodd's Kidney Pills are a natural cure for al!  Kidney diseases and all ills caused  by diseased kidneys.  MANLESS EDEN  FORESTS   AND   WATER  LAST OF POWDER TRAIN HEROES  Examiner: Now, suppose you found  % man on tho.Htier.t. ho intoxicated ho  foiildift aland up, how would you  treat hlrn?-  Now Cop: T wouldn't treat lilm af  ill. I'd think hn had enough, and tell  Mm to go home and bleep it off,���������  Now York World.  Will: "Tho BlRlil or an old school  mnto is���������or���������woll, It might bo, culled  both moat nnd "drink."  Hertha: "Yos;);that's whnt you mon  initially do in tho circumstances,"  "Kb?"  "Meet nud drink,"  OIL IS KING  OIL IS MONEY  The oil lunlnesB whon properly  mnnnoetl, In the most profitable  also the onfeat business In the  world. Tho return* from It ore  much larger and quicker thnn thouo  afforded by any other lino of butt-  lne������8,  Tho fnrnier produce* from one  to    wo  (m'iiiih  |ioi'  year,   mid   IiIh  plllUlN Itl'l", III UlO IIII'I'IH' of llio  Ht'llHrillH        PlOllllcllIK Oil  WCllN  KlVtt  DN'' <niii (>iich and KVKUY  DAt, nml fow nro Iho eitliiMtro-  PJiIch thai run liiirtn u tiioriunliiu  oil proporly nr Impair Ilu value,  Tlm iiicri-'linnt nnd innnufiiii-  luivr niiiiil runtliitiiilly iiinIi IiN  hiiIch lu nuli'i' In prevent i-iiIiiouh  depreciation In tho vnliin of IiIh  kooiIh, on nncount nf hoiihoiim nnd  fitNlilon. Nol ff������ wllh oil ntntvij  Hiifo lu Hid wound, II win wait  tho  paiiNliiK of    ii  panic,    T1MI.  tt'lllltl   ItlWIIJ'H  tl>   ll|(.T('IIH������  Hh   vol.  no iih the ilrmnml for oil and oil  proiluetH Ih oonslanlly fiiwi'iij.  The licul tlmt onn 1)0 liopiul for  from moHt linen or IhihIiuihh Ih ii  profit of from threo lo I en per  cent, por yonr, whllo tho oil pro-  (Inflow liuiilnoMH -KAHNB nml  i'.ilii  Him ui   u fdvuter per (,'vnl.  p*,ch M-m rvirnv month  Tint McAmlni'H Oil (iompnnv,  now oiKiuilzeil will cltnvlon mid np-  eiolo for oil mum Ilu huiilH located  JiihI I'I tnlluH fiom ],ok Aimoleii.  Tlm JUeAiiili'iH .Oil Co, tiro fortim*  nto lu HiH'tirlnu- 4n nnroH tit the bout  pro'lui'ltiK oil territory hi Cullfoni-  1,1���������ili������i   iMM'iVuti   V)n   Wrlttn,  Tha McAnden Oil Company It  cftpltallxed tit I7BO.000, Fully paid  and rton-ACceiiable,  Crew That Took Ammunition lo Un  Ion Forces at Antletam  With tbe death of Jeremiah C. Don  ovan, marble and granite cutter, th-  listof those who helped save tin  North from Invasion in 18G2 by taking  a powder train through to Antletam,  has lost its namo.  Gen. McClellan was fighting desperately against lieo's combined forces  on tho field of Antlelarif when he dls-  coyeVed that powdor.'tyas scarce;;" so  that lio could not use his heavy artillery against the'Confederate forces.  McClellan telegraphed to Washington  that ho must havo pow'dor at onco.  4 Iralnload of explosives was hastened to Bridgeport,. Pn., nnd the Cumberland Valley Railroad .wan rcapofil,-  cd to carry It ovor Its lino lo Antletam, Volunteers wero bought to run  the oiy?lno.  "fir tako It. to Anflelnm or to hell!"  raid .loo MlUor, engineer, as ho step-  pod to tho throttle-  With the tracks clear for��������� a stretch  of sovonty-olght miles between tho  Susquehanna and th'o Potomac Joe  Miller and his crew mado rocird time,  with only two stops, When tho  train reached CluunborBburg tho \x\a  boxes woro nbliwo, and Jeremiah Donovan, then 17 yems old, cllmbol  aboard and volunteered his sorvUes,  Uo vainly tried to keep ilio.axlo boxoa  cool during tho Bpurt to IJngcrtUown,  eight iiilloB from Antletam, it re-  HOiublod a train of Tiro aml.umoko m  II pulled Into tho Maryland ciiy,  Tho -powder navod tho day for Mc-  Clollnn, and placed tho crow of tho  powder train on tho unrecorded roll  of tho heroeii of Antleltiin. Donovan  \iiih Iho only mirvlvor. lio was it  natlvo of Olinnibei'Hburg, nnd came li  Ciii'IIhIo thirty hovoii yeiii'H ago mid  r.nlnbllnhod n marblo yard tlicrtf,���������  Philadelphia North American,  Benefits of Manitoba Forest Reserves  To Surrounding Country  The water supply of a district Is  always considerably influenced by the  forests at or near the head-waters  of its streams:. Tljis is one of the  reasons why large districts have been  set aside by the Government of- the  Dominion of Canada and many other  governments, to be kept permanently as forests.  The soil within the forest, largely  composed as it Is of decaying and  decayed leaves, twigs, and other vegetable matter, acts much like a  sponge in soaking .up the moisture  that falls. On the other hand, the  absence of high winds within tbe forest does much to prevent or lessen  evaporation.  The Riding Mountain and Turll^  mountain, forest reserves in Manitoba"  are good, examples of tbis fact. 11  the Riding Mountain reserve are th-1  head-waters of the Minnedosa (Little Saskatchewan or Rapid) river, one  of the important tributaries of the  Assiniboine from which, by tbe- way,  the town of Minnedosa is now deriving power. On the. other side of the  reserve' issue many, rivers,, among  and Oche rivers and Edwards creek.  The last named is a source of water-  supply for the town of Dauphin.  In tho Turtle Mountain forest re  serve are to be found the sources of  the-Pembina-and-Whitemud-rivers.-as-  well as of many smaller streams,,  some of which lose themselves in the  prairie.  Cutting away the forest from the  head-waters of the streams would  mean that in spring the melted snows  would rush down these water-courses  In a torrent and be wasted, not t>  speak of doing considerable damns?  in its course, while In summer the  stream beds would bo almost dried  up.  Thus not only would tho stream? bo  deprived of any posslblo value in producing power, but. their value to tho  soils of tho farming dstrlcls In keeping up a steady supply of moisture  would be much lessened, if not altogether destroyed.  Froissy, Near Paris Is Suffragette's  Paradise  Not fifty miles from Paris is a small  town called Froissy, whlch.is literally  run by tvomen. This is nor because  the women are women with views buc  simply because the town is a town  with needs, and there are no men  there to fill the needs. Froissy is in  the heart of au agricultural province,  and all tbe on-coming young farmers  have migrated to more promising  lands. Only the old men remain, and  what with the plough and the reaper  they are kept too busy to give any attention to municipal affairs, much less  hold offices. So they have turned  over the reins of village government,  chariot, steeds and all to the women.,  The mayor is a woman and the superintendent of the railway station is  a woman; the mail-carrier is a woman  and so is the village barber. The.  switchman is a swltchwoman, and the  postmaster is a postmistress. Tho  telegraph messenger boy is named  Mine Leseboro. When a proclamation from the mayor is to be heralded abroad the drummer-boy of Froissy  who *is a drummer-girl, sallies forth  and sounds a rat-tat on her kettledrum. This city official is a sturdy  octogenarian Mine. Druhou-Marchard-  lu, who has held her post through  wind and rain for years. The official  letter-carrier too, has been in office for  ten years. Her namo is Mine. Dou-  bour.  Froissy is' only five miles from Montreal, in tho Department of tho Som-  nie, and almost half-way between Amiens to the north and Paris to tho  south. It is said to be tlio one civilized  community in which municipal affairs  havo been delegated entirely to women.  6^EITJ  FOR MAKING SOAR  SOFTENING WATER,  REMOVING   PAINT,  DISINFECTING SINKS.  CLOSETS,DRAINS,ETC.  SOLD  EVERYWHERE  RCFUSC SUBSTITUTES  Full of Experience  Here is a story that the movement  for good bridges has revived. A man  applied for a job in a nursery. "Do  you know anything about, grafting?"  he was asked. "Well, I'll admit that  I know something about it," said he.  "I was county commissioner the year  we let so many contracts for bridges."  Kansas City Journal.  Not Impressed  A certain gentleman who had acquired, riches rather quickly, purchased an estate on the banks of the  river Clyde which adjoins those ot  Lord Blantyre and Sir Charles Bini-  Renshaw, Strolling through his  place one day, ho chanced to go too  far .and was accosted by a burly Scot  tish gamekeeper, who Ia language  mors forcible than polite, ordered him  off the grounds. Remonstrance only  produced' more "lahgwidge" from the  burly oue.  "Sir," said the pompous one, "do  you know who I am? I am the  Faulds of Ardgeriff!"  "I don't care if you are tlie Falls o;  Niagara," said the gamekeeper, "ye're  gaun oot o this."���������London Opinion.  Cursory  A huntsman called on Hodge to settle for damage done    by    a run ��������� to  hounds,"and found only Mrs. Hodge at  home.  - "Has your husband," ho    enquired,  "made an examination yet?"  - "That ho, have,   sir,"   replied  Mrs.  Hodge with a curtesy.       ,. *  "Rather a cursory examination, I  suspect?"  ��������� "Oil, dreadful, sir! Such langwidge  I never heard���������never!" And the good  woman held lip her hands at the bare  recollection.  David Harum's    Rival.  There is a shrewd old farmer In  Chenango county,. New York, whose  fame for driving a close horse trade  rivals that of David Ilavuni. 1  "What'd git for that old bay?" a  friend asked him the other day.  "Well," said the old trader, after  ruminating for a moment, "I didn'J  get what 1 cal'lated I would, but then  I hardly cal'lated I would."���������Everybody's Magazine.  - "Have you a spare cigar about you,  old chap?"  "Certainly! But I thought you were  going to stop smoking."  "So I am, but not too abruptly. Tvo  already quit smoking my own cigars."  ���������Boston Transcript.  -  Little Mary was in the habit of post  ing her mother's  letters   in  the  pillar-box���������-One-day-a friend-called-aiid-  asked the child's mother what Mary  was going to be when she grew up.  "Oh," said the mother, "I slio'i i,.-  nnd got her into the Post. Office."  ,"Oh, mums," cried the horrified  child, "I should never be able to get  In there!"  Regarded as ono of tho most potent compounds over introduced with  which to combat all fiummor complaints and inflammation of the bowels, ,,Dr, D. J. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordlnl has won for itself a reputation that no other cordial for thd  purposo can n_plro to. For young  or old Buffering from theso complaints  it is tho best medicine that can bo  proctirod.  Tlio railway lines of tho" Grand  Trunk Pacific in western Cui.n.'.n tve  being Increased \ibout 10 mlels In  length each day nt the present t.nvj  and, with tlio arrlvnl in less rhau a  week of two more pioneers, this into  of progress will'bo doubled which  moans that, with tlio pioneors wording Klendlly night and dny, tho company will build 120 nillon of track  In a week". Telegraph lines aro Ini-  Ing kept well up with tho construe  lion,  Longest Span Bridge  It Is claimed for tho new double-  deck bridge which i������ now nearly completed across tho Missouri river at  Kansas City tliat it is the longest  span riveted bridge as yet constructed, the, length of the main span being 425 feet- The striking novelty  of the Btrueturo is the fact that the  lower platform can bo raised against,  the floor by moans of power-operated  cablos, drums- and concrete counterweights. The vertical travel of tho  platform Is -10 feet, and It Is raised  and lowerod by two 250 horse-power  motors.  I WILL SELL  MeAnderi Oil utoek at 30 cent.  tiiar* to Immedlato purchattri,  Writ* now for llluitmtad Proi-  pectus.  KM   Al DCPT  t  r\. MLDLn I  Tflfl-TM MeArthUf Oldp,  winnipeo, man;  ���������������������������MHHMIH1  How It Struck Him  On ono occasion when lift wan called upon to respond to a loast nt a  banquet a local' profoiiHor compared  tho evening with tho dull nnd drab  niglit������ h������ was forootl to Hpoud poring  over IiIh boolm.,, "It innkew mo think  of tho littlo non of a friend of mine"  nald tho profeBBor. "Ono Summor  ho was taken to tho clrcuii for the  first tlmo by hln doting fathor. Who i  ho returned"; round-eyed and All but  npoplotlo with delight, IiIh mother nuU-  11(1     ill til    l.O I. IU)        lllK .,*,       lilt)        I.ill.li.J,  'Mothev.' f-nld my frlomVfl little hov.  'If you otwn go to tho olretiH with mo,  you'll never want to fool-awny time  on cbuich work again."  Philosophy by Post  Thero was once a man who had a  great schomo of phllosphy to propound. He became ho engrossed Pi  his Idea that he allowed his hair io  flourish unrestrained, wore oul-of-dnto  clothing .nnd generally went around in  n slipshod manner.  "Humph!" Bfild those who hoard  this. "Ho Is only posing. Ho doesn't moan what ho Bays"  So ho had his hnlr cut nnd ncqulrcd  clothing of tho latest stylo nnd pat  torn, Having remodelled himself  thus, onco moro lio started forth to  spread his new doctrine.  "Humph!" Bald tho Bnmo pooplo,  "Ho In only bluffing, No doesn't know  what ho is talking about."  Keep Minard'a Liniment In,tho house.  moro,  Nollo  Dollo  Impudent Jack  -I don't speak to   Jack  any  What'H thn trouble?  I told lilm tbo ladles' aid nr  provod tho way I (IroBRod my hair,  nnd ho hnd tho Impudence lo nslc If  It wim rati Hod.  THE ACUTE PAIN  FROM NEURALGIA  "Thn voice that In oryln' In tbo wll.  lng rcnl oKlatu���������sltikln' off mansion*  on earth; an' If tho volco Id only loud  enough, It'n nuro to catch tho crowd,  ���������Atlantiv CoimtUutlon,  W- N. U. 900  "Papa," nueilod U-yenrold George,  "when two people urn uuirrled nre thoy  mado one'.'"  "Yob, my boy," nnnworoi! IiIh father,  "Which ono?" continued the sniiil!  Information geckor,  Evory year tho United Slaten Im.  port* between two million nnd Hnve  million pounds of camphor.  Explained It.  First littlo Innocent: "I wonder why  thoy call notlooH In church of pooplo  about to bo miirriod 'putting up tho  bans? What nro tho bonn?"  Second lit tin Innocent (confidently)  "Short for 'liUBbunfl,' of coiirao, donr.  .Aflor marriages, you know, -thoy'rs  liut down."  Rough on Read's  "Oh,  my    donr!"    riihIioiI    Gordo,  "Ifavo you hoarjl about Maud's hard  h'.M:?"  No.' What In It?" nfikod -Miiud'u  boBom fiioutl, with glou.  Hho took Keggle'H ongagnnioiit ring  back to tho Jeweler's to bo valued. Oh,  poor Mfttitllol" 'i  "Well, that'H nothing!" snoorod the  othor  "f nlwovR do tbnt "  "Yon, but tho Jowolor rofiiHod lo  glvo It back to hot*. Ho Bold Itegglo  hadn't paid for it."  ������     mwmmtl  Btrateoy Doeo the Trick  "A man at tho door liao one of those  lly-by-nlght HcliemoH,1'  "Don't llsncn to lilm."  '%\l tills seems nil right,"  "WIlHt   JH   it'/"  ''it'tt ft' i������rt'DflValion io put on n eon*  venlont placo In tlio liotmo wblcli  makes St attractive to Hies, Tlio,,  gal lior thero to Bleep, and then  every night you Hiienk mi on them  aud ������wot them,"���������Detroit I'rco Preaa  Permanently Cured Throuflh the Use  of Dr. William's Pink Pills  Ncumlgla Is not a i1Ibo.ii.o-~U Ih  only a symptom, but a very painful  ono. It Ih tho HiiroHt Hlgn tliat your  blood In weak, watery nnd Impure,  and Hint your norvoH aro literally  Btnrvlng. Bad blood In tho ono  caimo���������good, rich blood tlio only  euro, Thoro you havo thn rcnl roa-  boh why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  euro nourhlgln. They are tho only  modlolno that contaliiH In correct  proportions Iho elements needed to  mako rich, rod lootl. Thin now  hlood reaches tlio root of tho trouble, fiootliOB tho Jangled nerves,  driven away tho nagging, stubbing,  pain nnd bruoon up your health In  othor wnyn. Among tlm nulferorn  from nouralgln, cured by   Dr." Wll  ru.,1-  PI!!'  !���������<  M:  llrown, Durham, Ont,, who Knyfr.  "For months I iiufforoil IntoiiHoly from  nouralgla, Tho prim in my bond  and face nt Union wn������ bo great ni to  be nlmost. unbearable. I tried two  (loctorH, and  mnny  romodlon,    with-  1,-Mtf   ftr������it 1 ?������r������   'i   f>urn    nn   thorn   unntm.il  la ho no lot-up to tlio pnin, Finally  I wim fulv|B((l to try }fr, Williams'  ['Ink Villa, uud I Down tholr uso.  tfoon I found tho natn������ becoming  leas nml nftor InUiirf iiiC I'M* for  noiiio weeks llio troubio onlfroljr tii������.  nppoarod nud haH not slnou bollu'iod  me"  If you nre ttnfforlng from nny blood  of l.'.-ivit liuublo bt'K it to duo your  ftolf. to'dny wjt|i J������r, Williams' link  I'IH*. Vou cin gel fheno \,\\U from  any medicino denier or by mnll nl r,o  cents a box, or bU Imxog for $2.50  from 'Iho Dr. Williams' Mollclno Co,  Urockvilltf, Out,  Granite  X  Harvester Oil  Specially Prepared for use on  reapers;'binders and threshers  A  short  cut  oil   possessing   great  durability.   Admirably  adapted for use an all farm machinery.    It reduces fric-  . tloo  and  wear to the  minimum   and  is  not affected  by  moisture or change of climate.  Mica Axle Grease  Is the best axle grease you can get for "your tractors.  Saves wear, saves power, saves fuel. Never rubs off.  Never gums.  Capital Cylinder Oil. Tbe very best oil for steam plauts on  the farm. Lasts longer and gets moro power from the  engine, with less wear, than any cheap substitutes;-coBta  less in the end.  Atlantic Red Engine Oil.   A medium bodied oil, strongly  recommended for  slow and  medium  speed  engines and  machinery.     Eases the bcfirings and lightens the load.  , /���������"-  Standard Gas Engine Oil gives the bent lubrication possible, aliko in kerosene, gasoline and gas engines. Keeps  its body at high temperatures. Kqually good for all external bearings,  Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine Gasoline  Aak your dealers, or write to any Agency.  40  WILL BUY THE PLANS AND  SPECIFICATIONS FOR  THIS COMFORTABLE HOME  l"mff!S&'&'it&-r-Tr���������ai-m  I IWI  I   MP IWOM \  I en PARtOfc L  1 in.in t a.A   W,*f  -1    JT     ..  GROUND  FLOOR.  MOOR  To ti firmor wtm InUnrtu Imlldinn thi* snmm������r thttu pl������n������ una spieltlciiUori  nfTur * uplenrflil nntwnmttv of rittltiK n w������ll Artlr.Ma, cotmnUntly ������rr������nge<l  lioiuta wllh li������ml������om������ exuuor, 11 our ttjietinchtiniii. hi* lono-woa v������.������ *ui i.o  found in warm a home ������������ it 1* poMlldsto oMiln. Tli������ pUn of eonitriicllon U  tilnipU and cm 1i������ willy undnritood, m������kiti������ it -my taij to mot, You can (tt  tin lumlm- ind mill work fot tliU building from ui for  $615.00  T.O.B. THE MILL.  *   - ��������� WHITK TOR FULLER PARTICULARS.  #  T. EATOnl  WINNIPEG  ������ANADA I  \ Tiie Cumberlaui I'm,  issued  Every   Tuesday  by  the  Cornor   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  -v.-<"���������������-������-jt     *"*.r-~i ���������**  Thi* p-ijwr will not Isold itself  responsible for the opinions of oth-  *rs, as. may appear in its column6  from tit������c to time.    ,  fore the loih day of June 1912.  W: W. WILLARD,  Ofllcja] administrator  Cnmberinnd, B. C.  HjillOlomarl-  araitmia*  am\-mi ��������� ��������� *  WEDNESDAY, JULY -311912,  TAKE NOT/OK that 30 days af  ter d.t'e I intend to apply, to. tlie  (���������i^icl Commissioner oi Lands for a  licen ������l������ prospect for coaKand petroleum-on and .under the follow*  $n\r do.-cril)o������l land, tjjtj^t&d in tiie  (i'oini-x Dbtrict.  ,, ��������� . ���������    .   ^,���������..i.nrit Name of Applicant  C-> oi)*M.u,jng   at a  post  marked    , .. ������������  ������   i ���������    v^   1   I)ilU3 March -2,t>th, J912.  Wim west .cori'or of clhjim No. 1, .>*...  j/'.iced .'ibi'.yt 20 chajus w,e3t from  ihe Mmth oist oorne-f.of eeoti.o>i,;82  SAYWARD LAND DI3TKICT  District of Sayward, Rn������ijje J.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Elinpjiu  Hannan, by ray agent, Goorge Ycr-  .iier, of"Cnnipbcll jRiver, V. J. occu  pation married woman, intends to  npply for permis8ion to purcliapc  the following d������*scribed lancet-*-'  Commencing at a post planted  near the N.E. corner of lot 351  thonc������ south 10 chains (ter.).ihence  east 10 chain* (ten) more O' leiB to  tho point of commencement con  taining 20 acres (twen������y) moro or  lose. .  ELIN2EIA HANSA*  .'  jf>i i o m Islam}, running easf 80  (Tbiwj-1. r}8r.\} .SO chains, -ff-et 8.0  ,eh iin?, t.henue south 80  chaijas to  > iin <-f ci'immt^cement.  Hjjmi Stewaut  patejl June ;Srdr1912  ������ - -^mm���������mmm-'^mMt;.    , ii _     i.u i   ��������� ^*^*^s*ma*aam^mmama*amamm  "Furm'Of. Notice.  Ni-tice is heroby given fU it   30  /iiivs after date J intend to   frppty  io   ihv  Honourable   Mincer  of  Liinds fur a license to profr-pe-st for  *j:y.\\ and petroleum mnhy the fore  .-bore-and under the water, on the  bind? in and- opposite tbe iollow-  jirj; described lands sitii&tein'Rn-  pert District :--Coinniencmg .at  a :  pi'Sl  pin ti tod on the*sea beach   at  J.icb watsir mark at tlie  intersec  ?iim of Sections' 14 and 15, Town  .c:ii;> 2, Port McNeil, Rupert Die-  iiici;  ibonce north   fifty-five, 55  i'baiiis more or Icbb  to bigb water  mark pn tho   north  side of   1'ort  J-IcNi-jl   Harbor, thence   easterly  jiioii" tlm c-hore  line to   intersec-  tjuii '.>!' Sections 23 nnd 24, T������iwn������-  -������-:iii)-2;- tbeiH'.i!__outb(;rlv_C8 chains  snore or less lo bigb water   mark  u:\ s-jutli side of said Fort McNeil  }���������arbor;    thence   westerly   ;iloiig  ���������shore li:ic to   placo of commences  uu'iiK, ROI.ANPA. L,AJRP  Francis T. Tordiffe, Agent  pated this 8th duy of April 3012  ������aywi������rd kand Disfcncjt  District of Cost  Tal>e notice that Isabel McKeii  ny. of Vancouver, B. C oc-cupa-  tion spinster, intends to apply lot  : permission jtopwrehgisfc the follow  ing described land?;���������  Coiffmenfijng at $ post1, plajited  lone id Ho east of the 'eomh-wett  coysjer of iot-550? tbenco west 80  cbains, Oum.ee sontb 40 cbainf,  thence east ������0 chains, tlkenci  north 4-0 filniips to point of com  niencemeyit, ������ont������inin^ U20;������cres,  riioi'k? or less.  Isabel: McKeiiTiy,   '  Name of Applicant in-full  Ro|)orf Henry Chest5intrA{>eiil  Date March 1211?, 1912;  ISaywgrd ,.Lftm3 Dfcfnpt  I>istriet of Coast  Take notice tHt Iteginpbl Waters, of .Vai>*<sd1-iver, II. Ct, otcnpation, owgineer, inhmdg to apply:  foj: pnnis&ion to purchase the fol-  lo'wuig deserfl>pd lands?���������    ti  Coiniijoneing s)t a p^t planted  1 milo e^st of thp south west coruer of jot 550, tbenoe e.i st 80  chains, jjonth 40 chains, "^st SO  chain8, north 40 chains to point  jjf^coriuneiH'jejnent^cpntaimng^S^O  acrpg jinore or less.  Reginald Waters,    ,  Kamc of Applicant.in full  Robert ilenrv Clipstmit, Agent  Date March 12tb, 15il2,  Form Of Notice,  Notice is hereby given that 30  4-iyt, after date I intend to upply  to* the Honourable ''Minister of  i^andrtfor a license to ])rospec,t for  doal and petroleum iind.er the fore  t-bore and under the water pn tho  binds in and opposite thu follow-  fig described lands Bituato in Ru  p"rt District':- Commencing' at a  jviKt planted on the sea beach at  Ji'igli water.mark at* the. intorseo-  tion ol'vSccUons 12 and 13, Town-  ,ship'2, Port McNeill, Hu port Die  trit't, theuce uorth 80 cbaiijp, 80,  thonco west ten ohnins, 10, "moro  tn less to high wntor mark, on  J.cdgo Point; thonco westerly  /ihmg shore lino to intersections of  Huciioiis 23 and ?<1, Towiwliin 2;  fheiico Houtlierlv Bixty.eightchftiiifl  t'Ai. nmro or b'^ <'������ bigh wnler  imirk on south Hide of Port Null  '{Iarbor; tlience easterly along  jilioiv lino to phico of ootninetirer  iimnt.       John 8, KunnupY.'  Fi'iincis M. TordillfisAgenl  Dated this Hlli day of April 11112  NO'ITJIC is ln-rcby jjivco tliat At the  finxi nK!(!iiti|{ of llio l|o ud of License  (.limnmsMOiicrs of the Ciiy of fiinnber.-  liiul, I itUeiul to npply for a JiotH lieetue  io sell liqiiois by retail ui and upon the  l������ic ni a, kin vn is iii; "Ki������K i'Juoi-jjk"  J|oie!.,sitti:������uM on loi f>, Ijlor.h ), Climb-  ti'l;tii(l To^nsiio.  VICTOR IIONORA  D.ttcd this ijtli day of May ion.  IN TUB SUPHBMIC COUHT QF BUI  ���������1J.SII CO MJ.Mill A.  Ill till) t<00li.( l)i   MlilU KcVli.  n'tiil .'...-.I ..  jh ",)o|m Kitvii|),"or Ivuvuii, ij. coated, in-  TAKK NOTliil'J tlmt by onli-r (i lliu  lti-mr .lnrt..H Hnrlo<r. bir, ,1 in tuo < I' tbf  Kup'crnii ('unit uf li. (J., n a lo < n tlie llrrf  A*y of Ai������cil l'.H'J, tin- t.tuliTtii^'ii'il ������-nn np  jitinicit ������ lu.i i.-ilr.it'ir or thiMi-l .tc of tho  ftb iv������ n������ ne I ilo.'ftiiHO'i, v bo d'u'l it M.il-  inoo U ver, H. C, o.i gr a'liitit Uiu Kitb (Hy  ;,t Ff;lini?i'V III!-', bitcgtitu.  All uc ot its nml e'ai'un n.-viixt Uiu <���������������  lil������ aiid till aff.'r'nt'.' no.l f'niihH du*. ���������>.���������������  fiirii (S'.iiu uiu I li(.' piufc<,ol("l atil I'-ii'l.  ��������� in\i ctivi ly, on <>r l������f ������r*s t|j������ 1 Jf*t 1������ihty nt  W   VV. WILUHIl,  OHiou*' A-1.nit,i .r*f r,  |*,!I;'M-T}',������ Vb- c-  Sayward Land District  District of Coast  Tttke notice that Frances Ger-  ftl4 Hudson, of Vancouver, B. C.  occupation- gentjemau, int.end.s tu  .apply for permission to purchase  the 'following described lands;-���������  Commencing at a post planted  af the .south east corpor,of lot 547  thence eaBt 80 chains, thence  poiith ib chains to north bound-  pry of Jot 550, thenco west along  said boundary, 80 chains, thence  nprth 45 chains' to this post.  jM'ances Gerald Hudson,  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestnut. Agent  Date March 13th, 1012.  '���������*amamaa*a*mmt*m*maaaaaa*aaam*a*mmamm*a*maaammma~amm^  guyw-Qi'd Land District  District of Coast  Tnko notico that Minnie Korr,  of Vancouver, II. C. occupation  spinstpr, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described Iftnds:���������  Commencing at a post phut to;,  nt tho south-east corner of lot  o 17, thence west 40 chaiiin,ihmuur  sunt h 45 chains, thenco east '10  chains along the north boundary  of lot 050, thonco north -15 chains  lo point of comuumcunuml*, con.  mining 180 acres,  Minnie Kerr  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Ohwrtiint, Agent  Date March 12th, V.U2.  r*rni*"r>ircr>T a tvtti  PORT MANN, mainland   terminus of the Canadian Northern Railway, is-  reo-arded   by   those   who know,   as   the  greatest city of opportunity in north America to-day. It cannot help becoming  one of the very biggest cities in the west  Property values cannot help going away  up.  Buy lots there' now and you are in  the ground floor. Every lot will, make  fortune.  .Until prices are raised we can offer,  you close in lots 33 x 122 ft, (guaranteed  high, dry. and level, or your money back)  fer $275. Terms $is.down, $10 a month  no interest,  no taxes til! 1914.  Other guaranteed, lots for $120; $5  a month. Booklet and full particulars at  this office, from  CHARLES HERAPER  GENERAL AGENT  COMOX.       "���������   .       and- COURTENAY-  %  r^p.iv"ij'ujri-  Tbe Poft mann People."  837 Hastings Street, West  Vancouver, B. G.  mmmMmMmmmtmZimmmmmm.  #&  ���������CAFE  JACK 4 RICHARDS  1'roprietorH,  Notice ia hereby given that BO  lays after date I intend to apply  to the Honourable Milliliter of  LandB for a licon������c to prospect for  coal and petroleum tinder the  brofdinre and under the water   on  ie lauds in and opposite the following described hinds *i!iiatud in  Rupert Difltricti-C.pmnuuu'iiig ������t  at a pout planted on the nca beach  at high water murk at tho intor  Ht'etioii of Sections l-l and 15,  Township 2, port McNeil, Ru-  pert District; thonco north lifty-  five, 85 clnjiiis moro o������ Iibb to  high water murk on the uorth  h'kIo of Port McNeil Harbor;  theuce following tho fwa beach ut  high water mark itrotKpl iho head  of hii'hoi' In tilncn of r/Minuotico  WH'iA,       Vwivf, M Tonww  Datod this Sih day of April 1012  VOH SAUe-AbluekU'tiin of  l.o.M.v, iv good   general   purpo;;"  ten in,    Apply Smith lJro������j., Sand  wick,    Wii| tell cheap  l?01l BAblv -The South Ktwt  corner of .Maryport Avenue :ui(J  Second St., with biiilding.s I'ricu  8025.00, Apply nt thin olllee or  I'. (). Ho* fi-i'l- Vancouver.  TTooil'a 3?hocplio4iao,  i?JiW*j\ Vi;������   Urmt   JinilH-.h   J.'..,..,/,;.  ' ttf'*.    tj Ti,MHMU\til\Ul,ili>i.t'kl)l������ \\)\i,\<t  "Br "fti. *!i). ,1 in cif.l V������ ���������������������������<. ' '-��������� ��������� * .V. rv  ill". Dtbtiitil, Mtiifiil tlmt lirvu, lim'tt,   !*������������������:  KSQUIMALT AND NANAIMO  RAILWAY.  rUBUU NOTICE in hereby  Riven thut lhe l^qiiimitlt iun\  Nanuimo Ruelway .dmpany did  un thu nii.etien'.h dny of J iiimiry,  1912, rh-poHit in 'ho Land Houi"iry  Ollicn in the Oily d Victoriii, in  lio I'toviiifo of Hrilinb Oolnmhiii  an, profihi and hook of rtiwunai  ihovvinu the locution of iU p*o  poeml lino of railway from ltlivck  Crick to Oampbcll Hivtir, Van  couvor Wand, ��������� eint?" Mile 'ID to  Milo 72 tt, a������ iip|irovcd by the  Hoard of lbilway Commis#ionert������  for Canada. ,  DATKD    lhii������   twenty second  day of January, 11)12.  W. K. 8At.HlMt.HVi  Btcretary.  Mra. Simms will givo Icmoiih  on tho pmr.o nt hor Iiouro in Jer-  iimilom, formerly owned by Mr  James   Btcwart,    ou   nnd   alter  Marcii 'itii-  nstial.  Buy ward LmhI DUtriot.  Dietricl ot Siiywatd.  TAKK NOTICI3 that Murray  Gorlay, of Victoria, occupation,  biokor, iuteiulM to apply for par'  mbtdori to purohneo tho fo'lowinp  dcFcribed lunde:���������  Comnioncing at u pout planted  at tho N. 1C. corner of Lot i'������70,  thonco wo-it 20 chain'. I hence  norlh 20 chains to choru lino,  thenco following tdioro lino winterly and southerly lo point of coiu-  menciJinent, containing GO acreB  more or lens.  MUB11AY (SOltf.AY  Name of applicant in full.  Data March 27th, 1912.  ,,            .,.                    ...       . ,                     1iTih,tf irif, !S.:.:unl Wtuknfis, J-',nl;-.n,������i. ������;������,���������  MlS.    niniUIS  Will  ejvo ICHSOT1B   VitA.irrhii>,iintiKif'-rt*tl/,Vtit<?<>t-lm-4������r;,  .                         . |'li������������������| J,<������������*!*,fixf<*t.V.   <ln������wiltt>lb-iwi<.f.x  ��������� *ii 'no matti) finv time at h r i'i-������i- v.itimi^ n���������n fit���������n At\m:M������<.r tu,>ii,.i in  ���������                 ��������� v.Ut',1 ti* 4,, i,:i r1"-'!'' nf pt*'' I-.    * ��������� "' t "*<���������' Wi  11   'leiife  ���������>vei'iilTtii'<d.*i ! ������-vi���������/..'//���������<.-. "fV-iWdcd Mettictwa c*.  11    iu������l i, (   ifjii 11||. .u.it, j if^ty irtifa)               TcrCltfkC^  **Taia0**>*-im w .**������-^%<*k*--w������^������Ji  Hay ward Land Diutrlct  District of .Sayward  TAKK NOTIC10 thut l'crcy A.15  Wood, of Victoria, occupation bro-  .uiilii tiien in C<(t"["<.-j kit, inioiiue to up|<<^ ���������'������������ ^...t'.^.l...  lo puruiuiao Uiu (ouuwbi^ Juvi.^.l  llludH!'���������  OmnmonciriR at a pout planted  ut tho S", W. Corner of Lot 1(1F>,  ibonco north bu cii.*iiif, \iieiiee -iiui  20 chains lo chore, thence acuthcr-  ly following fl'nore Hue lo n |m/uiI  making 80 chains j,outbcrly, th',nee  canicrly following ������boie liua lo  point ol commenci'iit-iit, umuin--  inn !(i0 r.crep, mor<t n io-.-,  ���������    l!KUCY A.K U'<J(.;)  *%        r-,    m   t ������ nnr't  i t\  O.fi   i Mnuuuu  HIGH GRADE STOVES  AM nil KITCHEN i'.UTENHILS  Sporlsmcns Goods  General Hardware  Sayward Lund Di strict  District,of Sayward  TAKK NOTICK thai Kyrlo 0.  Bymons ol Victoria, occupation  gonthman, iiUendfl tn apply for  permiuMort to purchase tho follow*  ingdoHcribi-d landaj���������  t'o uimmcitiK at a puet planted nt  Iho N. W corner of lot 310, fheiico  Houth 20 ehaiiiH, tht'iica wchI 80  chains, theiiut north 60,chniiifl ,to  shore- lino, I hence enbt following  riii.iri! lino SO clmiiiH lo point of  oommcnceipcnt, contaiiiing 280 nc������  irt'B moro or less.  KYRLK.C. SYMONS  Name of Applicant in full  Dato Mutch 20th, 1012.  I Illlll  II III Illlll Ill I  IIIMIII1���������������������������������������������������|  FORM OF NOTICK  New Westminster Land District  DiBtrict of New Wes' minster HC  TAKK NOTICE that I, Henry  Piorfv. nf Sandwick. H. (J. oceti-  j.vilion farmer, iiitctuln to npjMy  for permission to purchase tho  following described lands: -Com  nu'iictiig at n post Ranted nt lhe  Soiiih-Kast corner, (.bout one  aud n half miles from Lloyd  Point, in llomftay channel,  thence ao chains north, thence  20 chains west, thence 30 chains  .'i-oittb. thi'iire '.'���������(��������������� 'bniiH inst, lo  |H-������im of coiuiu������ iHTJiuul, i.oiitniu-  1  1  H&  Name of AppHcml in full I j,u{ iJo acrcs, m>n 0, jtM.  Date Match 2aru, 1 *J12  ur.Nuv ; ;;:rcv  Applic.'iiil,  'Da������c July 17th, tgta        npu ^m_UWfS^^jmit*miim^Si  THE'��������� .NEWSi"'tyUMfiERD&WP." BRITISH- COLUMBIA-..^  jlli&ea Your EXPENSES L������otit  (lakes Your BISCUITS Lfeht      |  i.lakco Your CAKES Light  .lakes Your BUNS light  .lakes Your LABOR Light  ORPER FROM YOUR  HI CRQCER,  E. W. GIIXETT CO,. LTD.  Toronto Ont.  NOTICEU liar,by given that- at" the'  next meeting of, the Board of LiceasoCom  niisBioners of. tho City ot Cumberland, we  inteud to apply f r a reuewal c f the hotel licnso held by us for the Vendome  Hotel, situated ou lot.fi, Mock 3. Cumberland To'wLBita. - " ---'--���������  WILSON & BR AM BERG.  l Dnted this 7th d iy cf Nov., 1911. ���������  j. NOTICE U hereby'given that ��������� at the  j next, mcttirg of the Board of Licewe Commissioners of tho City of Cumberland, I  ntend to npp y for a. reuewal ������������ th������ h>t-  el lxcuse held by me for the Curaborland  Hott,l, situatd on lot 1, blook li, Cum'er-  laud Tomsito.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dnted this 7th dny of Nov., J91L 4 '  lie Courtenay Hotel  Ii Every convenience for guests,  the Cential Hotol for Sportsmen  Ip.e but the. Uest of Wines and Liquors  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  nfter date application vx* 111 be made to!  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, 15. C, for a.'tiansler of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known as the I'ort Augusta Hold,  situated al Comox, Ii. C Horn John  Charles Clarence to Amos Contagion.  John Cuari.es Clarknck,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottincton,  Applicant.  Dated M.iv 15th, 1912.  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that  all property owners are requested to connect "their"premises  with-the uew sewers, wherever]  same are completed, on or before  the. 15th day of March, 1912,  and if said connections are not  made by the above date, the Cit)  Council will proceed to complete  same at the expense of the property owners. -  By order of  The City Council ".'  .   A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  ROOMS for wiit at ilarinelli's  Rooming Houso, Denvunt Ave-  l die liar.  I   RATES  REASONABLE  I  it-  John Johnston,   Prop  |)-4,l,4^i^lHh^'iHhiHt4''4H,,i''M4^  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  FOR SAuK-Three milk  cows, first class milkers also two  heifers in calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and a  j general purpose mare, age three  and four years. Apply to I).  Roy, Roy's Beach.  73  O  O  a-  x:  ~0  CI  a  cs  43  GO  ������  m  ������  ti  - FOR  CORNER    LOT   AND   ADJOINING   LOT    _ .  . - House, Barn, and two full sized lots, thoroughly  cleared, First-class garden; ten roomed house, barn 50x30  and other outbuildings. Beautifully situated, on one of  the main -thoroughfares of Cumberland. _ Price $3000;  terms $2000 cash -^balance to arrange. A snap, aud oue  of the best buys-in City. For particulars apply at Tho  Office of the News, Cumberland B. C.  FOR SALE  HALF LOT size 30 x 120, situated on Dunsmuir Ayen  ue ; in good business location, close to the Bank of Com-  merce.    price 81500; terms, Siooo cash; balance   to suit    -  purchaser,    For particulnrs apply  at The News  office,    |;  ��������� Cumberland. 11. C. |l  1  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd  THE S. S. COWICHAJSF WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RlVER-COMOX-UiNTON-CAMPBELL RIVER votitej  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p, in Arrive Comox Friday 6 a. in.  Depart 7 a. in.  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a in. (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 6-p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Anive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p ui.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.ni.  Subject to change without notice.  0  DRINK  CJ'  Cemeut Mocks etc.  [concrete cliimmey  Mocks a specialty.  Samples to be seen  at McKean <fe Bis-  coe's store, Courtenay, B.C.  S3T For estimates aud par tic-  Iulars write J. Lawrence, Coniox,  II. C  NOTICK ie hereby   given tha  80 days uftor ditto application will  ho mado to tho Snporii.tendont of  Provincial Police*'; Victoria, for  a  transfer of the hotel license tp soil  liquors by   retail   in   tho   hotol  I known as tho Lorno Hotel,  situ-  [atcd nl Coniox, B. C, from Florence M. CUITo to Goo. M, Bnrlow.  PliOKHNCIC M. OUITK.  Holder of License.  Gkoiuik M, Baklow,  Applicant,  p.itod Maali 37ih,   1012,  FOR SALK-A book nil young  t*portrt Bhould rend, juice $1,00  Address letter^, drawer 44., Nnn-  nbno, M. C.  notice!  To whom it may concern;���������  Thin is to notify the public  that all freight charges on bonded goods eleated at Union Bay  for the Coniox Valley must be  jv.v.d V(V>r������������ frondn rnn he forward  By order  " The,purest and best BEER, and  made iu Cumberland.  ���������ft���������IW'8&96���������������G������ttC6������e������Q������  We are showing nearly 400 different lines of Spring Suitings.  Comprising all the new color effects and latest weaves iu medium weight Clo'.hs. Fancy Worsteds and Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds. Scotch Tweecis, Blue  and black Serges and Cheviots.  Union   Bay  Co-operative  Company, LtdL  Sayward Land Diitrict,  District of Sayward. _  TAKE NOTICE that Channitur Stow*--  Dunbar, of   Now  York,    New    York,-,  occupation clerk, intend to apply for per--  mission  to purchase   the   following dii'  cribed land.-: Commencing at a post 11 u>t������ -  ed at north .cast corner of let 590, thepc*  north 80 chains, thenee   west 80  chains,  thence south 80  chaina, thence   < ast 80  chains to punt of commencement contra-  iug 1540 acreB moro or leas.. .  CiUNNING STUAUT DUSBAJt  Fisher M.Gwkins, Agent.  Date Juno 23rd, 1912  ���������    ���������������������������- - ..        ��������� .   ������������������������������������������..      i     mi     i**r  'S:iywi>rd Land District.  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE tint John Anhsr Daly,,  of New York, N������-,w York, occu pat iou clerk  intei-'ds to apply  for permiBfiiou to pur������-  chase the   following describe! lauds:���������  Commencing nt   a   po������t planttd at ths  south-east   corner of Lease  4G,   Ihence  south SO chains,   thonco   west 80 'chains,  thenco north   60 chaina,   thenco  ea������t 80   ,  ohnins to uoitt of commencement coutuia  ing C10 acre3 moro or less.  JOIIX AHTI1UR IMLY  Fibher II. (JUMtiup, A^eut.  Date Juuo 24 th, 1912.  Sayward L&ml Diatr.ct.  District ol Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE  that   Walter  BedtU  Bi(=t,     of     Now    Y'crk.    Nev    Xoik  occupation    laborer,   i.it;nds  to   apply,  for permission to purchase tl:������j   fol'owim.  described lands:���������Connaetici^g   at a iiuit  pliuited 120 chain*  wet aad  10 ch im  north of the  soul ii-east   corner of Leasa  id, tlimce south SOch-jina, thenco east 40  chaius,   thence north -80 chaius,  tlience  west 40 chains.to point of cotnminc mei-t  containing 320 acres more or leas?.  WALTER BEDELL BEST  Fisher M. Gasltin-,' Agoni.  Date JunjSith, 1912.  Sayward Land Di-.lrict.  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICK that Charles Penny of  Vancouver, B. C; occupation coutractor,  intends to apply  for   permission to  purchase the following    describod   land*:���������  Coirimeucing at  a   po9t  planted at   tha  South oast comer of lot 578, the:ic; west  40 chains, thenco south '80 chains, thence  east 40 chaius, tuenco uunh 80 chaius to  poiut   of commenceuient containing 320  acreB.more  or less.  Charles fttsxr  FiBhcr  M. Gaakine, A Kent.  Dated June 19.h, 1012.  Sayward  Lind District  Distrct'ofHSiyward  TAKE NOTlCUthat'Mynle Bonnelte,  of Vaucouver, occupation   Nurao, intend*-  fco ai>'r'Iy for poruiis^ion to  purcluEO  lh������  following deiuribed  lands:��������� Commencing  at a poat planted at thu   noith east eorudr  of lot. 084, thence east  40 chainu, tkenc������  theuce north  40   chaius,   theuce  west'  40"cnainsr"theuce���������Boath���������40-chainB-to���������  point of   commencement containing 1C0  acres more or. less;  MYRTLcBoKarrrg  Fiahor M, G*skiu9, A^nt.  Dated Juno 19th, 1912.  ^^itiiiiiiiiiiiii[Uiiiiiiiiiuiiitiiiuiitniiiiiuiiiistttiiitimiuiiimitiiu;iiuiniiun������tu������HiHiiMUiiuiu  i:::ii!iiiiiuiiiniiuiii:uiiiiiiiiuiiniuiiiuu!iHuiiiiiuiiii!Hii%  H  sura  Are you insured?  Is.your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?.  Are Insured against sickness and  accident?  moving ?  Pianos and  Furnituuk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  "INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5-7  Windermere Ave.  Say wai d Land District  District nf Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that William John  Whiting ot New York, N. Y.; occupation  Engineer, tutends to apply for permission  to purchase tho following described lauds:  ���������Oomuncnciug at a pout planted HO chuina  Bouth aud 30 ehiini iaat [ion tlio i oi tli  eaat corner ot I-.t 570 {on post 574) tlience  north 20 chui m, Ih nee went UO chains,  thoncoHouih 20 uhainR, thoucc oust HU  chains to po:nt of commoncoineut onu-  tainiug GO nc:ei moro or lc������.  William John AVhitinc.  Fmhi;r  M, Guflitim, Agent  D^tcdJunc 23 rd, 1912.  Sayward Land District '  Disiriot of s-yward'  TAKE NOTICE that Joseph Heuiy  Baer pf New York, occup.ti'Hi Salesman,  inttuds to apply for permission to purchase the following disuribc-1 lauds:���������  (\)u>mencm>j at n post planted 90 chains  weat and ten : chaius north of the nouth  oatt corner of leuse 4C, thenou north '20  chains, theuce oast 20 chains, thonu south  '20 chains, thonco weat '20 chaiiiH to poiut  of   contiuencemout  containing 40 iicick  more or lens.  Josurn 'HknrYDauh  -Fiahor M. GlaBkiiis, Ageot.  Dated June acth,.: 1912.  OUDKUS TAKKN  FOR  NUT   COAT.  m mimmm o^Mif**  Liability, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  for information white tiie'  Vancouver Island  insurance Co.,  820 fort Street      '-      -      -      -      VICTORIA, B.C,  ^.ywiuuuiiuiiuiiiiiitiiiiUHWiuiuiaiiiyiiiiwiuiiiNininw  Snywnnl Lund District.  Didifcl o( R.y-Aiird.  TAKK NOTIOM   tli.t   Henry   Alh-od  lie s, of New Yorlc, Now York, occnpJiU-  ��������� oiitlootsiuinn, i'ltnndfltn apply forpennls  jjion to pnrm'sdon to purclia <* tho follow-  iug donoriijod laiuln���������t'oniinonolnu! at a  - r  ' Sajwu.d Jiaiid District.  ;    District of Sayward.  TAKKNOTRI-: thut  Curlta JJeRi-y  Hunt,   of   Now Y'ork,   N. Y\,   ccciipalion  w������lc������n-in,������ot'i.di.toapl)lyfopperiiDJwioii p^i. piuntoil ai tho nouth oufit coruer n  to'puroliwi thn followingdcBonbed landn:  Uono t, W0B% q,lllrlei. of lot 583| thcnc���������  -        ��������� j i  e  u :    ���������  W o -S  S W ������M  \  !  m  NOTIOK  .-. t-_.���������  ComincuoiuK nt a \i>Ht limited at tho'  nai-tli-0'14 cornor of lot 552, thenco north  20 clifiitu, thonoo w;st 2) chains, thcnico  nouth 20 cluiiuH, thuucif cant 20 olmiini to  point of couinii'iiccmcnt uontuiiiing 40  ucrjH moro or Iohh,  CHAitldW llliNUY 11KBT  \f\*\n\r M. Gailcins, Af,Mit.  I) to J lino 20 h, 10:2.  4^ ohnins oasl, llieuoo 40 uhaiiia i orth,  thenoo 40 chains won', thonoj 40 ohainu  aouth to point nf ooinmuin oment cnutuin-  ing 100ft-i'fi������ mor,o or 1 hh.  Hknrv Ai.riti:i> IIiiMii  Fipher M. GiHkin������, Agont  D������t������<lJuwe24th, 1012.  cA  ���������Cowadiau Collwrics Dunsmuir]  Co,  tt < -\r  itniy     <Z\X V ���������-MMiirtv  tons of good   baled   hay,   pticc  #14 per ton at Grantham  Janes, Sandwick, \\. C,  l'.H.  FOR S.\U:���������(ia:oUtv.> linncli  30 feci in k'uc'h, 7 ff heaui, Hjh,  j). engine, will cany 10 jwkscii*  j^cts. Two cabin*. Apply Tommy's Hieyck Shop, 3rd S������.  Any poi'Hon or jiuiwmp, cutting,  removing or' talcing nny l������l<������������kp,  tlm I ior or wood, of any dweriptiodn  iclongiug to tlio Wellington Col-  iury Co'y,, or from or off tlio land  of tlio fluid Company, or nnyonu  tipping rubbish of any description  nnywhero upon the company'n  land will ho prowntod to tlio fnll  ox tout of tlio law,  W. L. COULBON,  Gunonil iMaiiitgor,  Wellington C'dlicry Co,y,  Hnywant Land DUtriot.  District of Siiywaid  Hay ward Und Dmtrkt,  Ublr'otof Sa-waid.  TAKI'- NOTIOB  that William John  Hullivan, Now Yoik, N.Y.,   oooopnt'on  District of 'Snywurd. . eWk, |n|,������ndi to opply for pormMoti t-������  TAKli NOTIC K tl ut Uuprgo Ktuoko, of        ^ ^ fo���������o s ^  ���������lft fl), ���������H-m ,,,,,.  cw Vork, N. Y., otoup.ilmn  onglnopr,      . (] 1(inilH,.���������. omwo���������oiM������ ut   a   voni  .     .        1..    /, ..   . i....njui.liill    tO    IHir. . ...      ..    il���������    ...,..ll._  Now   .  iiiiondii lo rpply ftr t ormia)*iim to pur  ultimo tho following tloKorilmil IiiiuImi���������  L'nillli* imeinn nt H pokt |>li>lll<'-il-0 oliitiliR  mmth rif tho iioitlfonHt coiner of lot K5I,  thenoo oiiHt CO chain*, thoico north 40  ntinin������,,tlioiico woit CO clnin*, thence  Houth 40 olinlni* to point nf corniDtinio-  ment cnnt'.in ny t-'O ncro������ ini.ro or l������ii>,  1 KOHUK STUCK K  Kiulicr M. lliihUii.H, A unit,  ��������� DatoJTttnoHItli, I'Jia.  plnntod 10 oliiilns iouth f'rtlil Iho nouth-  eiiit conuir ������f lot 570 Ion poat 1171) llionof:  north 80 chnltin, thciioo uivat 8) ulmirm,  thonoo fl'iutli 80 ohainH, thonoo woat 80  cliiilnx, lo point ol oominoiioemoiil oon*  Ui linf! (140 nori'H mo 10 or h.n*.  WII.TjTAM JOHN SUIAIVAN  FikhorM, UnRldiii, A font.  Data Juno 2ht, 101!-',  Saywar*! Land Disiriot  D.itrict "of Snyward  TAKE NOTIOB, thnt -Tanm Hcruwd  Dunn of Nuw York, N. Y., oceiipntion  Teuohor, hi tends to apply for neriniMbioii  to pnrohiiKe tne CollowiiiH doaoiihod Inndn  ���������Comn.OiioinK "tn poat planted at tbo  north edit corner of lot 585, thonoo north  bl) fi'iainh, t'louco wop.t 80 chainu, thenou  i-.oulh SO ultaiiiH, thonoo oust 80 clininu to  ])<>int of uoiiimcncumciit containing 040  acroa moro or luan.  Jamkh Rkiinauu Uux������j ,  Fiithor M, Gdukiun, Agont,  Diitbd Juno 2-lth, 1913  SaywimVLand Di.itiiet.  , Dinlriot of ^nywttid.  'IWKB NOTIOK tint, John Loonnrd  Hyan of Now York, Now Vork, oooupatU  on hrokor, iiUoihIh to upjily (or porniUniou  to purohiiHo tho purolniHt the following do  HOtihed  lftiid������:~Coinmonoiii({ at 11 poit  platittnl at tlio north-owut cornor of tho  north oust cjuurtor of lot 6H'J, thonoo o������ut  80 chaiim, thenco north 40 uIhIiih, thonco  wont 80 cihiilnH, thoiKio iiontli 40 clininu to  point of commoiioomotit coiiliiinlii������' 320  noil's moro 01 low,        ,1  JOHN UCONMIDHYAN  Kinhur M.Umkini, Ak,'ont.  Dnlo Juuo 24th, IHl'J.  SUnSCUlUB I'OR TUB NEWS  ONLY-OSKPOl.ua A Y.BAU.  UidiiiR on loconiotivoH und   rail  way cars'of   tho   Union  Colliery  Company'.hy nny  porno n   or   per-  ���������ioiiB���������iiXcopt tnhi crew���������ii5 Btrictly  |irohfl,������ted.    EiophtywH  rte ������ul������-  'fv. to JinuuiTnit for al!i-\vin^ pfini*  Hy order  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.  Hayuaid l.untl iJiat kL,  Dmiriot i.f K,iywnrd,  TAKK.NOIIU; ihut George Claris  Btono, of Now  Vuik, N. Y.,  oocmp.tion  f\t,r\r luiPtiilMtn  nno'v for pnritiiimiot   t'i  purohliBO tho fullo.vu ������ ilnt>t;i iiied I.ThId:;  Oomiiiiiiiti >n ut a pin������< (liViti-d 40 i-lui >������  wo4 tt'd Si" l ohsiiiH norlh ������l J10 nml'i oust  oorntr of Jot f>"il. Ilii'iio.) fast I'J  <h������iim,  vSuywiird Land District  District of Siiywiml  TAICK notioo Unit John Cft������-  ������idy,    of    Now   York,  Ji   Y.,  occiunUioii    Firoumn,     intends  ������,   ,nn. 1 to apply for portnisulon to pur-  8nyWRnU4ir.flU.Ht1 lot. \  _    if \        ,',     . ,     '     ,  iLtUti-f;'.;���������'.'���������?. >\ lollltHO   tlio    lollowiriR'   doBcrii>ou  TAKl^NOTICT. lVM."witt\i\m'\\\t*.nw\ l|f,niU:���������CoiilllU������ll(.'in{/,   flt It   post  n\ L  llluhobflfl, if Now York, N. Y,, vm\\-ti  tion cl������rk, Inlcivli to apply for pcriniiwion  to  purchneo tlio   following   (lcwrl'.M'.l  liiiiil:���������Com'tiK'iii'hiK "t   n    P'^t plnntcit  ,'ll) oh ail H tn.Hl Hlnl 40 tiiim 1, iioiih ...' ii  north-mci.ti uirnrr of lot 5f.!t, |Iimho wi* t *  ROolia'mmoro'nrloM,   to lot Ml, tl.cr.ro  K������nllt !J0 clmillB,   thenee CHHt  30  40oli������lnH������onth aU������K onit hiniii.hiry  'if chains, thonco Jiovtli DOdiniijH to  j'olut of oonnncncoinont contniu  ^luutcd 20 chah^ so������dh nnd HO  chain* t\i������t of the north cornor of  lot 551, thonco wi'bt HO clininu to  cast tioh'i(������i> t'i   i"1  "'*) ���������������,v::,;a  ..              .,   ���������ft  i���������in���������   il.unre  v.-nt   40 {lot M\. tl.miCO ������nflt ROohaiiiH nion- or Ichm  ll���������t���������,.,���������.������.,. * *>*������������ m*>\ """" ' '"U1 * ���������"  GKOIt(lK-t-'H.\UWJ<HTONB  Kishir M. (.������������������*������'������. Ajjnnt,  OflU'June lllih, IUI2.  point Of    OAinilHUUHMIK.Ilt   I Oll'i.Ul.il,^  ifrci wore nr hv*.  NVIIJJAM AUOAllsr lllsiiv non  FmluTM.(i������������khi������, A^iit.  DtU Juno 20Ui������ \m.  \*  int' 1*0 acres moro or wm.  John Casmiiy.  Fi.Oicv  M.O������"klii������,AR<>nt"  Inted-JuuoSOth, JUIS;  I  -a THE NEWS. CUMBEBLATST). B. C  INDIAN  WHAT   TO   DO   RIGHT   NOW  =*= !  Practical Suggestions by W. J. Glass,  Macleod, Alberta '  Agents   Wanted  Write for catalogue C.P., telling  wh)- the Indian Motor Cycle  I   at $280  Is  the  finest Motor Cycle In the  ���������world.  CONSOLIDATED   BICYCLE   AND  MOTOR CO., LTD.  189. Notre Dame East      Wlnnloeg  A "Too-Late" Stamp  The only "too-late stump over Issued appeared hi Victoria in lS$r>.  It-bears "the head of Queen Victoria,  sis do. most of the stamps of the colony. ��������� The body of the stamp is in  deep lilac crossed by two hands of  green. The upper band bears the  words, "Too late." while the lower  has the value or fee "Sixpence." The  '���������Too Late" stamp represented a tax  or fee in addition to regular, postage  upon such letters as wero received  loo late for the regular mail. In all  large maritime cities much mail is  sent out on outgoing vessels- In  eaiiv stamp periods a fast sailing packet, or, in fact, any sailing vessel,  was often charged with the carrying-  of the Kmails. The heavy regular  mail to go by vessels, or, steamer on  any specified day Ava's sorted and dispatched in wagons from the post office some hours before the scheduled  time of sailing. A light supplementary mail was afterwards sent by  special messenger. The mall consisted, of such letters as arrived after  the regular mail had closed, out were  of sufficient importance to warrant the  sender in the payment of a "too late"  Tee, which in Victoria was fixed at  sixpence. This supplementary mail  was kept open' until within a short  time-of the sailing hour, the time depending upon the distance between  the post office aud the.dock.of the  vessel.  Probably got off.  Apropos of certain unfounded  charges of drunkenness among tho  naval cadets at Annapolis, Admiral  Dewey at a dinner in Washington,  told a ,story about a, young sailor.  "The, sailor, after a long voyage.'i  he said, "went ashore in the tropics,  aud it ..being a hot day, he drank, in  certain tropical bars, too much beer:  ���������-"As���������the���������sailor���������lurched���������under���������Ms-  heavy load along a palm-bordered avenue, hisoCaptain hailed him indignantly.   , ������������������ ���������      ;    ***  "Look here," the captain said,  "suppose you were my commander,  and .you met me in such a condition  as you're tiii how, what would you do  to me?"  ' "Well, sir," said the sailor, "i  wouldn't condescend to take no notice  of you al all, sir."  (Written especially for the International Dry-Farming Congress Bulletin, "Dry-Farming.")  Vn answer to your Inquiry as to  what to do on the farm right now, I  will say now is the time to get busy  and work, get our seed into the soil  (especially wheat), bo that it will  be matured before the frost.  We should have done our letter  writing and studying during the winter months. Nevertheless, I will giw,  a few hints as to how I work my land  to prepare a seed bed and preserve  tho moisture, and also my opinions  as regards the best periods to sow  different cereals.  Wo all know that practically no fall  plowing was done last year, therefore our land has either to be plowed this spring, or just disced and drill  ed. On account of such a short time  and so much work to be done, and  plowing talking longer than discing,  the question arises: , "Is it necessary'  to plow or will discing do?"  Plow Every Year  I am a firm believer in plowing bv-  ery yeiiV, except on new land which  has only had one crop taken from it  and is not well rotted. Land in this  condition and clear (free from weeds)  could be disced a couple of times and  seeded ���������with fairly good results, although, as a rule, one does not get  as large a yield.  Immediately after plowing use the  packer, the same day if possible; tho  sooner after plowing the better. This  is to keep the land from drying out.  If you haven't, a packer, use a float,  if you haven't a float, use a disc.: A  float is a simple affair made by bolting  four, five or six 2 x 10x14 or 1C  planks together, letting . the second  lap the first, and so on until' you  get the required size.  Of course, if you find your float  Is not heavy'enough, you can weight'  it down with stones���������Oh! I forgot,  not many farmers have Atones on  their land; well, old iron or 'anything  with weight will do. ,*'    -  .'������������������  Methods of Cultivation  Now, as to the cultivation needed  after packing or floating.before drilling, all depends on ^condition of; the  soil. If very lumpy, disc, if not, the  harrow will do. It should be cultivated until no lumps lemain.bigger  than a hen's egg.     ' --   .  I would not in any case advise using any implements after seeding that  leaves Pthe surface of the eroii'h<!  smooth, as this aids evaporation, and  also leaves the land powdery on top,  and the wind is likely to blow the  soil.'   , ,:���������-.-.  [  As to the time of: seeding, I believe  from April 1st until the end of the"  first week in May it is safe to sow  wheat. After that date I would sow  oatsjorlharley until the end of May.  J.ET v  MOO*1*  DO IT  LESS TIME IN THE KITCHEN-  MORE TIME IN THE HtOOT ROOM   ::  ��������� ,   That's your reward if you let MOONEY'S -BISCUITS- take  the place of the bread and biscuits you bake yourself.  You'll find MOONEY'S a delightful substitute for your own  best efforts���������the family will like them.   Becauso  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  ^^*^^^mmm^^m^^mamm*^m.^^mm^^*i^^^m*^^l^mm**m*i^mimm*^^m*^m^mm**^mmammm^^Kmm^mmmmmmmm  J  come to you straight from the oven in the big Winnipeg factory?  They have that freshness and crispness only to be' found ih a  newly made biscuit. No other biscuit can come to your table aa  fresh from the oven as MOONEY'S.  Get the big package or the scaled tin-  both of them damp proof, dust proof,  dirt proof���������and  "LET MOONEY DO IT"  "���������      Onco More  The miner dropped his pick an1,  stared with bulging eyes' at the yellow mass which a stroke of the im  piement had just laid bare. For v.  minute he wns struck speechless  Then, llko one gone made he gave  forth-a mighty shout.  Ills mate cniiie running from the  tnoulh of the tunnel.  "What ia it?" ho cried breathlessly  "Gold!" yelled the other. "Pure  gold!" Tons of it-"g  "Is that all?" exclaimed his parr,  ner disgustedly. "From Mio bulla-  balloo ye were maklii' one would  think, yo had dug into a firkin' o' bui;-  lor!"���������Judge?.  Tom:  "I told lior fathor thnt I ex-  pectcd to Inherit several   pieces   of  property."  Dick;  "Whnt did ho say?"  Tom:   "Uo  said  that  deeds  speak  louder Hunt words,"  Am ������    g  wi ��������� *  Trial Treatment  of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment Free  to Skin Sufferers  If you, or someone dear to  you, ure suffering the itching, burning, sleep-destroying torments of eczema or  other cruel skin eruption,  with its embarrassing, unsightly disfigurement; if you  have tried all manner of  treatment, no matter how  harsh, to no avail, and have  all but given up hope of  ,uuc, vvtitc lo-iLty fut u liberal sample of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment. Thousands  of skin-tortured sufferers,  'from infancy to age, have  found tliat the lirst warm  bath "with Cuticura Soap  and gentle application of-  Cuticura Ointment bring  instant relief, permit rest  and sleep, and prove the  first steps in a speedy and  successful treatment. Address "Cuticura," Dept.  ioM, Boston, TJ. S. A.  w. n. u. ooo  Land that I had not seeded by that  time, I would summer fallow. I prefer to sow my oats and, barley the  last week in April or the first week  of May and be through seeding by  May 15th.    ->'��������� "    -   -  Summer Fallowing  Just a word about summer ,fallow.  Do not leave your summer fallow too  late, but'plow In June. By leaving  the weeds grow they take plant food  and moisture 'from the soil.  Be sure and treat your grain for  smut- I treat with formal! at the  rate of one pound to 35 gallons of  water. I have never had any smut,  hut I treat as a preventive, If your  grain is smutty, make your solution  stronger.  The system I follow Is to pour 4 or  5 bushels of grain lu a wagon box,  sprinkle with ordinary garden sprinkler the solution over tho grain and  stir until kernols are all moist, then  shovel to tho front.end of the wagon  box; then another lot, and so on,  Cover up with a canvas for a couple  of hours, and then spread out to dry.  Haul the wagon oiit. to the field and  fill tho drill from the wagon.  As I snld at tho beginning, this Is  a busy time, so goodbye.  HISTORIC  TOWN  VANISHING  First Capital Being Pulled Down by  Mlsslslppl  Wllliln a fow months moro the last  traces of old "KuhIiiihIu," first capital  of tho Slnto of Illinois and ono of tho  11 rut Rottlomontfl of tlio whlto man In  tho Mississippi vrtlloy, will havo dls-  appeared.** ������ Tho yellow Mississippi Is  steadily pulling down tho remaining  hind thot was onco a part of the  town silo. All tlmt now remains Is  an old building that was onco iisod  as it "amofcolioiiHo" hy nomo of tho elt-  Jzoiis, Houses, powder magazines,  stockades nml fortifications havo till  Hlli! Into the rlvor.  Kn-shnsln In Htlll on Iho maps of Tl-  UnolH, hut the original town Ih nt tho  bottom of tho rlvor, Tho host efforts  fulled lo chock tho river's steady ud-  vonces, A fow years ngo the Kus-  kiiHla river, iiHiially known nH tho ok-  aw rlvor, begun to cut, Into Ilu western hank a milo or ho nhovo the point  whoro It flows Into tlm Mississippi, At  high wafer tlio fiood from tho big  river begun leaping across the narrow  nook of land thut divided tho two  currents. Finally tlio big rlvor out  entirely neroHn tho spit of sand and  rook thnt had BOpnratoil the two und  old Kniikiuila hoeiiine an Islnnd.  One hundred and 11 fty years ngo the  Bite whero tlio HinokohoiiHn ntlll lln-  gors was tho Hont of the largost oily  \i,'f,'ii   nf  l]\r>   \ffri[rf\ti\\y  mmintnlnn    Tu  n few months more thn lost of the old  town will lmvo Hlippoil into iho river  and tlio Inland that, wiih cut off from  tho mainland will ItsoU' disappear.  "You must not lallc all Iho tlmo.  Kihol." wild Iho moiher who hnd hen.  Iiil.ovj'ilptod-  "Whon will 1 ho old enough lo inn in-  nm?" ashed tho dill lo girl.  ������������������'."' The Only Chance  "I think/dear, I'll make my will."  "Why should you do that? You haven't  anything to leave. "I know, but  it seems'to be the only way in which  I can have a will of my own."���������Pittsburg Post.  Shakespeare and Denver  .. A? man named Taber, who had acquired considerably more of worldly  goods than erudition, decided to build  an opera house in Denver. He spared no expense In fitting It out with  costly marbles and luxurious furnish  Ings; Aud as,a last word in decorations the architects decided to run a  frieF������~M;ou"ffa'7*th"e"^i')ro"Sceni-iim em~  bellished with the names of famous  lights of literature and drama..Milton,  Garrick,'Edwin Booth and Ibsen were  all there, and in the very centre wai  the name of William Shakespeare.  "Taber came Iuto the opera house  one djay for a filial Inspection, and  spotted the frieze."  "What's the name doing up there?"  asked Taber?  "What name?" the architect, asked.  "William Shakespeare," said Taber.  "What did William Shakespeare ever  do for Denver? Take his name down  and put Taber in Its place."���������Washington Post.   ���������:���������  "Thomas," said mother, severely,  "some one has taken a big piece of  ginger cake out of tho pantry."  Tommy blushed guiltily.  "Oh, Thomas," Bhe exclaimed, "I  didn't think it was in. you!"  "It ain't all," replied Tommy, "part  of it's ln Elsie."  Knew Him by Hla Order  An English actor was a .member  of a company snowbound in the Sierras, while on routo from California to  tho East. Beforo their train was  dug out by the snow plough thoy had  been roducod to eating the coarse  faro of tho railroad laborers and got  little enough even of that, So that  thoy all had a magnificent hunger on  when tho train reached it small station nt which thoro was a restaurant, and tho Englishman was iho  first to find a sent at a table. "Bring  mo lit a. hurry" ho said to.,tho landlord a burly Western man, "a port-  orhouso steak, somo deviled kidneys,  a braco of chops, plenty of vegetable*  and two bottles of BnsH' hitler beer."  Tho landlord stuck his head out of  tho dining-room door und yelled to  somebody In tho roar apai'tmont:���������  VSn.v, Bill, tell the hand to play  'Jtulo Britannia,' tho Princo of Wales  hus como."  ,,Rub It In for Lame Bnck.���������A brisk  nibbing wllh Dr. Thomas' Hloeirlo Oil  will have lonin bnck. The palu  will penntrato tho' tlssuon and bring  spoody relief, Try It nnd bo convinced, Ah tho lliiliiiont slnkH In  the pain comes but nnd thero nro  ample grounds for Hiding that It's  touch Is miigloal, ns It Is.  Earnest Lova  "Iu Chapter I, ho iihools nl. her livo  Union,    Ain't Unit grand.'"  "Vi'fi, hut Ihem novels nro inlaknd-  lng, Mny ino, Thero ain't no earn-  tot h.\o lit,,.! that In real life."  She Wns Willing  The mnn wns ono of tho sort tha',  women llko because of tholr nwk  wardnoHB, tholr ugliness nnd tholr  were too big for his legs, though his  logs woro enormous, Ills chest win  too big for his head, though ho woro  a 7 1-8 sl/.o lit hats.  tTo vim llko n Wt Tlnrnnrd pop,  but older thun any young dog,  Ho had novor been ut it logului  danco before, Tho girls lookoil ������mo  dollonlo flowers lo lilm, and ho hardly dared to touch one of thorn. Mo  looked to'tlio girls lllto a new Idea  ���������nnd thoy hoped he'd nrrlvo, Ho  did, nflor a minute or two. Ho waddled across tjio floor, nindo a Bland  In front of tho llttlost girl, nnd snld,  moro or less ungrammatically:  "Can I danco with you?"  Rlio wiih rallied, but she nnsworcil  with a sinllo:  "J don't know, but I like yon woll  enough lo lot you try!"~C!ovoliin.l  I'luliuloaluf,  Not onlv ihis^-  but  the&e  aswell  DON'T think that concrete can be used  only for building bridges, silos, walls  and walks; because if you do, you will  probably overlook all the-places where you  can use it noiv. -v* ^  TrlT"lWing;"o"������^NortlrGe(^ptownTQ^eb"ec7  used concrete for 81 different purposes on his   .  'farm in 1911. o..i������osv,.v r  There are probably at least a dozen profitable uses for concrete on your farm at the present moment.  Perhaps you haven't thought of Concrete, except for a'new barn, or a-  silo, or some other big improvement for which you aren't quite ready yet.  That's why you should read  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  It will  '.w*]fV  *���������*.������>.���������,  open your eyes to the hundreds of uses that other farmers Have  .->���������. found for |)ils material.   In plain language, and with tha  Kid of many 'photographs, it explains just what these uses  are, and how they can be applied to your farm.  v   Concrete can not only ibe used for all tho purposes to  which wood has been applied, but also many others for  which wood would never, be suitable.  ���������  It Is not only a building material; It's a "hahdy','' ma*'  "terlal,-something that you'll rtoWi to depend .upon mora  and more, as you learn its possibilities.  ''��������� So write for this book. You'll find It Isn't ���������  * catalogue, nor an argument for you to buy our  ctmeht. Every ono of Its 100 pages Is devoted to  telling you what farmers have done and can do  with concrete.  IT'S PKEE FOR THE ASK INO.  Your name on a postal, or In a letter,  will bring the book'to you by rotura  mall.   Or uso tho coupon,     Address   '  CANADA CEMENT CO., Ltd.  '53-63 National Bank Building  MONTREAL  rSEND  rMEYOUR|  BOOK  r ifn.������i������.������.  Important Feature  "Pupa," says tho littlo boy. "I'm  hungry,    l-et's go Rot a.sandwich,"  "After I've thought out this problem, Willie. Don't disturb my train  of thought."  Aftor wiilllng In silence nnd pn-  tlonco for ton minutes, the littlo boy  ventures;  "I'lipn, liosn't your train of thought  got u diner on II?"  Minimi's Liniment Co,, Limited.  OontB,���������I havo used your Mlnard's  Llulnicnt lu my family and also In  my ntnblos for years nnd consider It  the host Jiiedlclno obtainable  Yours truly,  ALPItKD IIOOIIAV  Proprietor- Roxton Pond Hotol    nn\l  Livery Stables,  fjho In it kwt> Kcliiiin iilauicd ia  lllto unlnn* tho lolophnno.  Ho���������How so?  She���������One dof's'nt always got the  parly one wants.  "Kindly rHSirn my loch of hnlr."  "All rlMhi,     Ho you want Iho dark  luck or tliu ono yon uavo nm whon  you  wme    a    blonde',"'���������Washington  lluruld.  Always Girls  . "Girls will bo girls."  "Yes, thoro sooms io bo no ogo limit which iippllos to tlmt description."  ���������Philadelphia Bulletin.  Where the Account Is  Observing modorn matrimony,  Ono cannot but reflect 'tis funny,  With bihlgo nnd dress   ,  ' And social sIiohh,  Thoy want   loss   matrl   and? moro  luonoy,  In Boston  O/Tlco Hoy���������Sir, I regret to Inform  you that I havo lo nttond the obsequies of my piilouial Kranilparent,  Employer���������Porcy, you ennnot do-  eolvo mn, You nro employing that  subterfuge In order to attond tho opening of tho water-color oxhlhltlon,���������  Judgo.  Tho Grand Trunk Pacific announces  that a through passenger servleo between Regina and 'Winnipeg will bo  put on by that company noxt month-  It Is also stated thut piH'tleulays  with regard to tho now Regina Hla  tlou will be nindo public In the near  future, A sub-station on tho north  side of the city will soon bo a necessity but no decision ns to loco*  tion has been roachoil us yet.  Wife���������"My husband Is not well, I'm  afrnlrl he'll glvo out,"  WIfo's Motlier���������"W'oll he may glvn  out. Ho coi'lnlnly novor gives In.���������  Town Topics.  "Georges, I'm very niiieh worried,  Tho landlord says ho Is going to raise  (ho rent."  "Is ho? Thon why do you want mo  lo worry trying to do lt?"-*Haltlnioro  Amorlcan.  Just slop lo thluk   that   Theodore  Hoosovolt Is only ono nine hundred  and forty thousandth of ono por ermt.  of tho population of tho United Stutos,  |���������Albany Journal, ^  They Cleanse While They Cure.���������  Vho Vfgcdtbhs compound ol which  Piiniieloo's Vogoliihlo Pills nro composed, mainly dandollon nnd mandrake, .clear tho stomach and Intestines ot dololei-loiis irmllor' and restore the deranged organs to healthful action, tlonco thoy are tl}? best  remedy for Indigestion aVnllnnln today. A Iiini ot them will ostahllsh  fho truth of this assertion and do  M6fo to convince the ailing thnn any-  t'iJM tbnt* can bo written of those  No ono need endure tho agony of  corns with Holloway'H Corn Curo at  baud tu rcmovo thout  WOMEN TAKE NOTICE 1  ..''���������"   A   mnn   nnnnrvt  invli"t'������fmvl  Hi* fftrhir* anil 'i������iff*rln(f  mnny wftm������ti   ^ndiii-n  unoomplainiuilly,   I' the majority ol men luficrod ti rnuoh pain and endured with  fniienco the weikeniuft tioknemes tlmt inont women do, they would unit for  uime^Ute lympethy and look (or a quick cure, *������v������*������-, ,��������������������������� .  > M������ny women love been loved from ������ life of rnliery and iuflerlnif by turning  to the right remedy���������Dr. l'leree'i Povorlte Pre'icrlptlon���������a remedy which Is wife  to take beoauie containing no mrcotloi, alcohol or injurloui ingredients. It Is nn  alterative extrupt of rooti, m������d* wllh pur* ijlyccrln, nnrt firnt jjlven tti Hi* pnhlio  by tlmt famoui ipeoitiliit in the dUcaioi of women���������Dr. H, V, PicroG, of tho  Invalldf* not������] and Surgical Institute of Uud'olo, N. Y, .   -'    ' . .,  Mm. Lizzib M. nrcflsiTniiMTsn. of Lincoln, Nob., 880 "0" Sfc���������  say ns "I Bond a testimonial with nitiuh plniiHiire m that sonui  Bimgrliiir woman may know tho true worth of your romodlns.  I was d (treat sufferer front tomato troubles but after taking  Mb botllo cf Dr, P|oiWs Favorlta Prescription, which a  friend lulvlhoil ino lo tnko, I found iiiywill very much hu-  frivotl Attor taking throe more boltlos, and ndliig twu  Iwm M nr. T'lorcn * Lotion Tithlols, 1 found mv-ielf nn thn  road to recovery,  now I am cured.  I was In poor health for live years but  "I hopo all women sunying from fomalo woaknoss will  glvo Dr. Ploreo's Ifavorito Proscription a fair trial.  Dootor Pierce'i Pleaunt Pellets rcCulite and Invlgoratt  Ilu, llEMUEiuEi.     itomaoh, liver and boweli.   Sugar-coated, tiny granuloa.  siacftBieas^aiasBsaaas^^ sssr.-.t; THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. CL  I  Tsf  i  'iim mmm������������i i aa ami  A Goat In  a Bag  A Story of an Italian  Bandit  f  By Q. TOMASQ  On an eminence amid the mountains  back of-Sorrento, Italy, stood a -well  dressed young man evidently waiting  for something or somo one. Before him  was spread out tho beautiful bay of  Naples, to tho north the islands of  Ischia, and Capri resting on -what  eecmed at the time a sen of molten silver, for the Mediterraneean takes on a  different hue ln every part of the day.  Directly beneath bim lay tho town of  Sorrento, set on a ledge of rock 300 feet  above the bay, the waves beneath rocking the anchored Ashing boats, then  pushing on to break in a white line of  foam at tho foot of the cliff.  ��������� "I beg pardon," said a voice behind  tho gentleman. "Is this Signor di  Guida?"  The gentleman turned and saw a  man who seemed to belong to the lower but not the lowest class.  "I am Signor di Guida," ho replied,  Bomewhat surprised.  "There is a man over there," pointing, "who carries a letter for you."  "Indeed? I expected him to come up  by this road.   I .will go to him."      >  Di Guida dropped a coin Into the  man's hand and went off in the direction he had Indicated., It was not on  the road, but behind some high rocks.  As soon as be had passed arou.id the  rocks he saw a man who advanced, to  meet him���������* tall, well bulli fellow, but  with a sinister expression on his face.  f'Are you looking for me, sir?" asked  Di Guida.  "Are you Signor Vlncenzo dl Guida?"  "I'am."  "And expecting a note from SIgnorlna  Bianen-Fabri?"  "I am."   ���������  Tho man held out a note, which Dl  Guida received with some surprise, for  It was written on paper such as SI-  k^������MjV.������h*������i,  TUB GIRL rALED, BUT Bill) XOTIIIKO,  gnorlnn Fabrl wns not In tbo habit ot  using nnd odi'osscd ln a masculine  hand. Ho opened It and rend:  SlB'ior Vlncenzo dl Oulda ��������� Will you  ploaso send by tho nieBBoiiKor who hnndi  you this a note to your futhor naklncr him  to Bend 100,000 lira for your ransom? I  have tho honor to bo your obedient servant, ANDIU2A JUNELLA.  DI Guida saw at onco that bo bad  beon tricked. Ho Iind been drawn  nwny from tho rond on which vchlclet  *nnd pedestrians wero constantly pnss-  Ing to a retired spot whero ho could  bo cosily captured without oxcJtliig  nny nttonlion from wnyfarors. Bul  bow did Znnolla, a monibor of tho celebrated Onmorra and a man who hnd  beon mixed up In a number of Illegal  episodes, know ot DI Oulda'B nffntt  .withSlgnoi'lnn Fabrl? Tbo lady hnd  yloldoil'to*lior fa'thai's wishes so far ai  to engage, herself lo ono of hor cholco.  Sut sho lorod Dl Quldn nnd wns carrying on wllh bim a clandcsllno corro'  Bpoiidcnco, Looking up at Zanella, Di  ipulda snldt  "How <fcou boonuio nwnro (lint I expected a nolo from 'SIgnorlna Fnbrj l am  nt a loss to undorslnnd, Yonr domnnd  for 100,000 Urn Is absurd. My fnthot  hni not nn m������*h ni thnt (n the frorld.  Ilnd bo a fortune to warrant his pay.  lng you such n sum I would not bo up  boro waiting for a nolo;"  'i "As you ploaso, signor. I will send  t nolo from you to your father Btatlnn  your capture and tho ransom demanded  for you if you cbooso to wrlto It."  I Znnolla raised a silver whlstlo to his  Hps nnd blow upon It, whcrciipon sor-  trnl mon started from different hiding  places nnd approached tho speakers.1  Dl Guida was takon to tholr camp and  fflven writing malarial*, but before tlio  letter was written (bo amount demanded for his ransom wns reduced fo imlf  tho amount previously dnmnnded, But  ���������von tbis tbo young man advised his  fntlior not to pay and, In fact, request  $t] tlmt b������ aliould pay none wbatover.  Dl Guida remained wllh tho bandits  quite awhile. Their chief threatened  several times to cut off a few of his  prisoner's fingers and send them witb  his next demand, but Dl Guida laughed  at him.  "Every one between here and Naples  and all Neapolitans know th^t you, Andrea Zanella, are here in these mountains .overlooking Sorrento, and you  will bo captured at last Your friends  ot the Cnmorra will not be able to  save you. You are a fool to set up for  a regular bandit, for you can never  rise beyond the Neapolitan sneak thief  you are. If you" harm me my father  will understand' parts of letters of  mine you have carried to hlm-after  Inspecting them and not "understanding them yourself���������that on evidence of  harm to me he Is to put my best friend,  Sergeant Giuseppe Micele of the carabineer], upon your track and mine-and  never leave the Job till he has taken  you."  Zanella poohpoobed this, but it was  evident he Avna. Impressed by the information. He took no especial measures to euforco his demands, nn& when  ho went awny from the camp left instructions that the prisoner was to be  loosely guarded that he might escape.  One evening, when Zanella wns  away, he availed himself of an opportunity given him by his guards and  walked away into the darkness. He  walked for perhaps an hour, when he  came to a-small villa. It had commenced to rain and be applied for admission. His summons was answered  by a young girl, who told t him that  her father and brother were absent,  but meanwhile he might come in out  of the rain.  Di Guida entered the villa, telling  the girl that he would remain in the  ball, which is used for a living room in  such buildings ln Italy.   A light stood  on a table, and there were books at  hand, so after she had withdrawn he'  sat down to read.   It was not Jong be-!  fore there was another knock at the  door, and the girl came out of a rear \  room to answer the summons.   DI Gui- j  da sat where he could not see who had  arrived, but supposed it -was those ex-1  pected.   He was mistaken.   They were  several men whom no young lady would I  dare admit, nnd she refused to do so.  Finally they prevailed upon her to permit them to leave a Back containing a  goat that had been killed that day and  which they would return for.   To this'  the  girl  consented^    They  unloaded -  their burden, and the girl went back to  where she had come from.  Now, in doing this the men bad placed the sack near the door of the room"  In which Di Guida was sitting. He  took no interest in it, but went on reading. "When he looked up he noticed  that the bag had moved. Could the  goat-he hadheard it"contaiued~be~after~  all alive? Was it a goat or was it a  man? And for what purpose could  these men leave a man in a bag? A  grave suspicion came over Dl Guida,  nlld-he looked about him for a weapon.  Not seeing any, he called fir tho girl,  asking her i'f sho could let him have a  little wine. Sho went to get it, and  , when she arrived Di Guida had written on a piece of paper in pencil: "The  bag contains a man. Can you bring  me a weapon?"  Tbe girl paled, but said nothing. In  aJfew minutes she returned with n few  figs on a plate and set it down beforo  tho guest. Out of her kerchief protruded the handle of a revolver. Dl  Guida seized it aud laid it on the table  bosldo him. Tho girl withdrew, and he  examined tho weapon. Every chamber  wus loaded. Sntisfled of this, ho took  a sip of wine, ftto a flg, then threw himself bnck lu his chair aud whllo pretending to read kept his eyo fixed on  tho bog. It was not long before ho delected u slight motion. Ho watched  nnd saw the bag hitch itself toward an  easy chair. Every now nnd ngnln it  would glvo a hitch aud always toward  the rear of tho furniture.  "My pig' in ft poke," sold Dl Guida  aloud, "you nro covered by a cocked  six shooter. I presume you .can't see  me, but I cnn seo you plainly. I um  going to glvo myself a guess ns to who  you nro. Tho man in theso mountains  most likely to do a trick llko thnt is  Andrcn Zanella,-with tho sinister intention of robbing this houso. Fortunately not long ago I walked nwny  from your enmp, with your kind permission, tho only.fienslblo thing probably you ovor did, nnd nm bore to do-  fend a young lady who is nlono. You  will kindly odgo yoursolf nlong ln tho  direction I Indlcnto.   rrocccd."  Aftor a fow momtuita tho bng ru-  commenced Un hitching motion nud,  guided by Dl Guldn, passed lo a position a short dlstanco awny from tbo  door. Dl Guida presently called hl������  IioHtoss and told bor to moot lior father nud brothors outsldo, when thoy  camo, nnd ndvlso them of what hud  occurred.  Not long nfter they arrived, nnd,  having boon wnrnod, thoy entered tho  bouso und socured arms, Thon thoy  enmo Into tbo bnll and saluted tho  guest.  "Now, my frlond of tbo bag," Bald  Dl Guida, "you havo doubtless come  hni'ft prnpnrod to onr, ynnrRolf tint.   T>o  BO."  Presently n Bllfc \nn mndo In tbo bng,  A mnn throw It-off ond stood up. Dl  Guida wns rlgbt-bo was Znnolln.  "Hn, my cblofl" eaid Dl Guldn, "������oti  will not bo troubled with any' more  uoies for me. Jsow carry out yonr  original inlontlon-go to tbo door and  blow on your whlstlo.'*  Tffero was nothing for It but to oboy  (ho order. Zanolln blow, and ns each  ono of throo mon approached thoy  wove met hy ono -trending in shadow  nnd disarmed..  '/.nneffn wn* turnnd nror to (ho Italian  government  and  executed.    Dl  Guldn gained great credit from his exploit and nflerwnrd plguorlna Wane*  I Fabrl as well.'  ADVICE ON FLOWERS.  !5C  REAL VALUE OF PLAY.      i  Haw Various Sorts May Bo Planted to  Get Boat Result*.  For a sunny exposure the California  poppy, eschscholtzla, will endure midsummer beat and drought without  flinching. The colors vary from pura  white through yellow and orange to  scarlet, with the satin sheen peculiar  to the poppy tribe, while the foliage j  has a whitish cast which is especially j  In harmony with the blossoms.  For a boutonnlere there nre few blossoms which equal the old fashioned  bachelor's button in white and the  various shades ot blue. It has' the  happy faculty of keeping fresh for  hours and of never becoming unsightly, even when wilted.  For rapid growth the kudzu vine excels, well established plants sometimes  attaining a height of fifty feet in a  single season and furnishing a dense  shade. If grown from seed, ten or  twelve feet is perhaps the limit the  first season.  The calendula will endure more  frosts without complaint than any other annual, offering a pleasing variety  of tho different shades and combinations of yellow.  If you wish to concenl the garden  fenco plant sweet peas or a row of  hollyhocks.  Portulaca Is fine for covering a sunny  spot, the succulent foliage being a most  successful resister of drought.  The calllopsls Is showy when grown  in masses, the long, slender stems rendering it admirable for cutting.  The branching varieties of aster are  preferable to the compact sorts. Lavender nnd white make a charming  combination, while pink appears without a rival for, third choice.���������Ideal  Homes.       ,  -11  AGRICULTURE.  Agriculture, the oldest of occupations, is also the most important. The value of that which  comes from the soil surpasses in  value all else that is produced by  human labor. The prosperity of  the farmer is coincident with the  prosperity of the nation, ancLfun-  damentally the welfare of all the  people depends upon the cultivation of the soil.���������GovernoV Had-  ley of Missouri.  !-H~!~H~H-W~H������H-I-H-+*H~l~I*'-]  DANGER TO POTATO CROP.  Agriculture Department Issues Warning Against Uso of Foreign Seed.  Although home grown seed potatoes  are _selling_,at -_bigh���������prices, ���������foreign  grown potatoes should not be substituted for them. The following statement on. the danger -to the American  potato crop from the use of imported  seed potatoes isjssued by the secretary  of agriculture:  Europe has several potato diseases  not now known to exist In this coun-  BMOOTH OltTNNnO rOTATOKS 1UIBHD FHOU  TIlltATltl) A111I1UOAN Hl'-ED.  try, which If introduced might bo tho  monns of greatly reducing our unnual  ylold of polnto/s. Should theso diseases bocomo prevalent tli rough out tho  United Stnlcs (ho cost of producing  futtiro crops might bo very greatly Increased.  Do not, (horofore, under nny clr-  cumstunccs uso foreign grown potatoes for seed, cither nt tho north or nt  tbo south. Tho sorts which nro coming  to (bis country nt tbo prosofit tlmo nro  Into sorts nnd nre not adapted to planting In tho south, whoro curly potatoes  nro tbo main crop, Nolthor aro they  adapted to planting nt tlio north, for  thoy will not produco a satisfactory  ylold.  Tbey nro not ndnpted to our .noils or  to our cllmato ond will not yield profit'  ablo crops, but tho danger of Introducing dlsonses not now present Is sufll-  dent reason for refusing to plant t.'-icm,  More Canned Corn Und.  Thu couiiuuipliuii ul (.milieu osittl  corn In rapidly lnrrcnrdng ln tbto country. The figures collected by tho Notional Connors' association show o  tbroofold liicrcnso for tho Inst ton  years. Tbo fonr of ptomaine poisoning  nnd nf injury from rnrlmia bncfprln  Is no longer felt nnd there Is little or  no danger from those flourcos,   ���������  A   Brief   Period   Snatched   From   ths  Regular Routine Aide Health.' ^  Self improvement societies tbat have  tried to find the best way to live have  never discovered anything more valuable than play, says Collier's WecUly.  A man may shake up a contiueut by  his energy or build kingdoms by his  brains, but so far as his personal lifO  Is concerned he has been u failure If  he has not learned to play.  Play, of course, is not confined to  games. It may be u walk in the woods,  n row upon the river, a' sail upou the  lake. To some making a garden Is play,  as to others is chopping wood. To play  Is to follow,the irresponsible inclination which gives tho most pleasure  with the least mental strain and bodily  wear.  , Ideal play is' a brief period of care  free living snatched from the regular  loutlne. Jt is enjoylnjj tbe pleasure of  being alive; it is absorbing from tbe  earth and air and sun without cou-  sclous effort. Moro nnd more wo are  trying to teach the children bow to  play, but \*2 do not know how ourselves. Before us always Is the bogy  ���������of wasting time, nnd the devil of disease, old age, misery and failure never  invented a falser bogy. We send our  children to tha public playground and  go on ourselves getting soggy and  heavy and gloomy and nervous.  DISRAELI AS A SON. '  Hit Generosity In Becoming Recon*  ciled to His Father,  Lord Dufferin used to tell the following story about his mother and Disraeli:''  My mother was among the first ol  Disraeli's acquaintances to recognize  his great ability, and she saw a great  deal of him when at Mrs. Norton's,  when he was a young man about town.  Sho did not see very much of him after  he had once entered upon bis political  career. Here, however, is a little anecdote which is very characteristic and  amusing. My mother had a great admiration for tbe "Curiosities of Literature" and was anxious to make the acquaintance of Disraeli's father, but  thero was a difficulty about this, as'at  the moment he was not on good terms  with his father.  However, he appeared one day wltb  his father ln tow. As soon as they  were both seated Disraeli turned around  and, looking nt his father as if he were  a piece of ornamental china, said to  ray mother: "Madam, I have brought  you my father. I have become, reconciled to my father on two conditions.  The first was that he should come to  see you nnd the second that he;should  pay m^ debts."  ' Why Elizabeth Ordered Fish.  The connection between fish eating  during Lent nnd a strong navy may  appear remote, but to" Elizabethan  statesmen it seemed very real and vital. So much so that every ono should  eat fish on every day of Lent, as well  as on certain appointed days throiigh:  out tho year, under penalty,of a heavy  fine. And the reasons set forth for this  enactment made no mention of religious observance. It was simply stated  that the queen needed ships for tho  defenso of the renlm, and as not only  was tho fishing industry "tho chlefest  nurso for tbe bringing up of youth for  shipping," but "great numbers of ships  bo used therein, furnished with stuff  and men nt all times ln rendlness for  her mnjesty's service," tho consumption, of fish must bo enforced-London  Chronicle  i i     ���������  r  A Bill That Wasn't Paid.  A incdlcnl mnn In Franco was nsked  to bo present nt a duel ln his professional capacity. Uo got up early, traveled somo miles, "flamed" tho swords  nnd ministered to his client, who wns  slightly wounded. When both honor  nnd wound were hen led ho looked for  his fees and sent In a bill for $10. Tho  pntlent replied through his wife, who  wroto: "I am told that between men  thoro la n question of delicacy which  forbids oven the slightest nppenrnnco  of trndo In such n mutter. Nolthor tho  doctors nor tho seconds nro brought on  tho ground for money. If you persist  In your claim I slinll, to my great ro-  grot, bo obliged lo lenvo lo others tho  duty of settling thia flno point with  you."  - ������ - -���������  Domestlo Repartee,  "Ton will romomber," snld sho  hnughtlly, "thnt you proposed to mo  four tlmos beforo I conscntod to merry  you. You wouldn't tnko no for un  answer."  "I romombor," ho replied sndly. "It  seems to mo thnt evory tlmo you have  changed your mind I'vo got tlio worst  of It/'-Exchnnge.  A Mnn Retort,  Wifo-Accoi'jdlng to this pnper, hot  wntor will prevent ������ivrlnklo8. Hubnnd  -8o? Then how do yon nccount for  tho numorous wrinkles 1 have? Wlfo���������  How do I nccount for (horn? llusbnnd  ���������Vw ynu Ircnp m*������ In hot wnlfr nenr*  ly nil tiio tlmo, you know.  ���������1"H"M������M-H'M"W������W-I-W-H"H-I-H  Printed fnrm letterheads nnd  enrelo|ie.<i nro traveling ndverfli-  ! ers.    Wliei^ a  Ittter comc������ It |  1 ranked n big dlfffrenrn If It hns  ! n printed letterhead and envoi- J  ; ope.   It looks llko business, and ���������  ', It is hUiiinoM) of (ho bent kind.  ������  mm.'. 4mUtm'mU*mlmlmimim!LSmi  Defined.  French Tcnchur-Now, Tommy, whnt  Is money In French'/ Tommy-Argent.  French Teacher-Good, nnd whnt gender Is It? Tommy-Feminine; money  tnlkB.-Sntlro. '"'������������������  His Occupation.  Farmer nonibonk - Whnt'B your  nephew (lint grndunled from college a  apcll ngodoln' now? Farmer IKmlovor  -Still colorln' a meerschaum plpe,-  Jiid^c.  Notions, like indlvldunls, lire or dl*,  but clvlllsinilon cutinoi porlih.-klas*  ������lnL  A WASHINGTON  STORY.  General Gxssaway 8������w the Great Man  In a Comio Situation.  A correspondent favors us with this  unpublished anecdote about George  Washington, obtained from a manuscript autobiography:  "In the spring of ISl-i 1 fell tn company wllh Genera] Louis Gassaway at  Annapolis, Md., then clerk of the district court, by whom l was Informed  that In the ((evolutionary war he was  nn aldde-camp to Washington. I will  let Geneial Gassaway relale tbe once-'  dote himself:  "'In the winter of 1779 nud 1780.  called the "hard winter," the American  army went Into winter quarters at  Morristowu. N. J. General Washington aud nis staff had their-headquarters at the farmhouse of one Gabriel  Ford, a large nud convenient establishment. One severely cold night,  nbout 2 o'clock, there was an unusual  bustle nt headquarters/ I lodged below on the^first Moor and soou learned  lhe cause of tbo stir. General Washington ran to the head of the stairs In  his night dress with a pistol ln each  hand nnd called to me to know the  cause of the uproar.  "' "A soldier on guard, sir, has been  frozen nt his post and brought Into  quarters."   See that the poor fellow is well  cared for and change the guard every  hour," was the humane reply.  " 'To see a man six feet high In his  night clothes with a pistol in each  hand for a slight alarm of the night  guard bordered so near on the ludicrous  that 1 could not easily keep my equanimity to answer the great general of  the American army wltb becoming respect.' "���������Army and Navy Journal.  TONE UP THE BODY.  It Will Help to Fortify Your System  Against Serious Illness,  There is a saying, much wiser and  cheaper than it seems nt first glance,  to the effect that "you won't get sick  If you keep woll." It Is a half Jesting  way of setting forth a profound truth.  Tho risks and exposures of life aro  so many and so Insidious that they  cannot be escaped. The only hope of  passing through them unharmed Is to  keep the body so 6trong and sound  that it can defend itself against the  diseases which nre constantly lying ln  wait for the unguarded and the weak.  It Is a mere commonplace to say  that ono man will take exactly tho  same course and face precisely tho  same risks,, that another man finds  fatal aud go entirely unscathed. Sometimes It Is n difference bom ln tbe two  organisms.- but oflen-it-is-tbo-result  of different living nnd different conditions In respect to strength and health.  If tho body is maintained at a high  state of efficiency and It care Is taken  to overcome and correct tho little -disorders and signs of'trouble ns soon as  they nppenr thero is not much danger  of u serious illness. Tho small precautions and the constant toning up of  Iho body by exercise, fresh air, sensible eating and drinking and abstention from nil excesses nnd follies wnrd  off prolonged nnd often desperate  struggles ugalnst disease. '  It is the principle of the old ndage,  "A stitch in time saves nine." The  same rule applies to tbo caro of health.  ���������Cleveland Leader.  The Houso of Lords.  Tho houso of lords wns composed  chiefly of clerics until the tlmo of Hit-  ward III. Thus In 1205 tho peers wero  ninety splrltunl and forty-nlno lay  members, including twenty archbishops nnd bishops, sixty-seven nbbots  nnd priors nnd threo masters ot orders. Many clerical dignitaries summoned did not attend nt Westminster,  refusing to recognlzo tho nuthorlty of  parliament over their own convocations of Canterbury nnd York. It wns  partly from this causo that tho lords  spiritual decreased in number until  early in tho reign of Edward ill, tho  upper houso consisted of eighty-six Iny  und only forty-flvo clerlcnl peers, whllo  during UlUnboth's parliament there  wero forly-threo and twenty-six respec-  tlvely.-'London Standard,  Smallest Dooks.  Tho smallest book In tho world wns  mndo In Italy. It Is not much larger  thnn a man's thumb nnil. it ts four-  tenths of nn Inch In length, a quarter  of an Inch In width and contains '.'US  pnges, each wltb nlno lines nnd from  OS to 100 letters. Tho text consists of  a loiter written by tho Inventor of the  pendulum clock to Mine, ChrlBtlno of  I.orrnluo In 1(113,  Tho next smallest book Is nn edition  Of (bo "Divlno Comedy" of Dnnto. This  Is Boinelblng less thnn un Inch wldo,  with typo no iimnll thnt a microscope  Is needed to rend It.  Bars to Hoppinese,  "I^ow thnt you'vo mndo your pllo I  suppose you're bnppyV"  "No. Moiher won't lemmo seo nny  show 1 wniiler, daughter won't lemmo  \u-iii infilling i uiiiu������r, uud liio doctor won't Jem we cat auytbluj,' J  wnn!er."-WiiuhJngton Ilenild.  Looking Ahesd.  ' Vlllngo Pollecmnn (who tins locked  ijn    Jilo    r\tMifrftlrir.ri^ti    ir I fM���������'IMmi'n      f  Nhnll hnvo a littlo p������aco now! Hut  how nliout tomorrow, when I let her  out7-Fllegendo Walter.  8������m* Old glory.  Bho-now did they over como to  mim-jt Ho-Oh. tt'a the samo old  ���������tory. Started out to ba good friends,  you know, and luk-r ou diattKt'd their  mliids.-l'uck.  For the Children  IL  A  Pennsylvania   Boy  and   His  Queer  Pat.  Photo by C' M. Bainlta.  Children as a rule are Interested to  chickens, especially the wee "peeps'1,  that have just como out of the shell.'  Aud what better fun,for youngster*  than tbi- care of a flock? The crowing  roosters, cackling hens and sprightly  chicks are attractive, nnd the gathering of eggs from their own (lock and  taking them to mother la joy for any  boy or girl. Poultry care is a nature  study and for Ihat reason is good for  the young folks. It,Is good for any  child wlio can do so to have a few fop  their very own. Tbe boy ln the pie*  ture has made u pet of a big Brahma  ben.  Caps For the Doll.  When a doll's hnlr has been worn  away around her forehead so thnt It is  uo longer pretty it Is a good plan to  put a narrow band of velvet or satin  ribbon around the forehead to conceal  the worn parts. Tbe ends are fastened  in the back with a little pin. The bair  is puffed above litis and made up lu a  kind of knot on tho back of the bend,  if the doll's hair has been entirely  spoiled she will have to wear caps.  Just now it is very fashionable to have  a Bumber of these caps, some for morning and some for evening wear.   Tba  morning caps are called boudoir caps.   and those meant for evening wear ara  called theater caps. The caps are made  of flue white material, net or chiffon,'  and they are exactly like the caps thnt ,  real pcoplo nre now wearing. There  Is a full crown and a rufflo of lace  around tho face. Small flowers nnd  little bows of ribbon nre used to decorate tho caps. They mny also be mndo  of gold brocade or gold guiue over a  colored silk lining.  Vale Lock Tag.  This outdoor garno for boys originated at tho Ynlo University Summer  School ot Physical Training and wn������  s favorite. Tho class wished tbs  gnmo to have n namo tbnt would suggest Its birthplace, and bo It bocnm*  "Ynlo lock tng."  Tho players form In twos, with tholr  nrms locked, and scntter, over tho  playground. Ono player la selected  for runner and another for chaser.  Tho chnser .trios to tng tho runner,1  who mny savo himself by locking  nrms with any ono of a couple. Thia  compels tho third player to leavo his  partner nnd tako the placo of tho run*  ner.  To mnko (he gnmo most Interesting  thero Bhould bo constnnt changes, and  ono plnycr should uot try to seo bow.  long ho cnn run uncnught, but should  lock nrms with somo ono as soon tut  possible  111        "    ��������� " *  A Tale of Letters.  Which letters are tho hnidest wortr*  ers?   Tho Ilees (H's).  Which nro tho most extciislvo let*  tors?   Tho Sens (Cb).  Which letters are tho most fond of  comfort?  Tho Ktwo (R'nl,  Which IctterH havo the most lo ������ny  for themselves?   Tho Kyca (l's).  Which aro tho uolsost letters? Tbo  JllJ'B (.T's).  Which nro tho longest lotlorflT Th������  Kllfl (L's).  Which nro the poorest letter*? Th������  Owes (O's).  Which letters nre tbe greatest borcst  Tho Tcnso tT'H),  Which are the most Bnnslblo IctterBl  Tho Wlno (Vm).  flo Ignorance thy choice where knowl*  tdco lends to woo.-UentU*.  Mirrors For Dolly'e Houi*.  Mirrors for (ho doll's houso can bi  mndo of cardboard covered with tin  foil nnd framed In gold paper. They, \  mny ho nny shnpo thnt you desire,  round, square or oval, nnd you may,  mnko tlie frames qulto elaborate by  tuning out (itacy borders from the  4't/t'tJ iiuym',  Th* Reasons,  FlihM, rlMiM In lhe str������am, .  What mnkes you shine with such a ftlllMl  Thut 1 to children may teem flne."  fllnllf*, birdies on the bounh,  How da you sing so sweelly-howt  "The sir In blowlnir tam my thront.  Dollclitlnir children with each note.*  Ftow^re, t?ow������r* In tha trata,  Why are ynu (raKrant as w* psnit 0  ',   "a.  "I'M ������arlh ������n<1 nun eriA raindrop* n'������V������  My smell ao sweet for children's ������������He.'1.  fo flihea. Wrfllti, flowwi-all     ������  Live at children'* btck and cell.  -rhllaitlphia t\*?Ctm maya. i a tm^aaaasa  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.-,  j3$^ v2KSEssa������sraanas������w������ ,������p*������<  n@2^  ~Vf*W-mZ*,-C  mf, -"-��������� yipiiwir.-w T-yciJ-^a-^TSp f vi- i ,v+w*3������*w*������ih**������u!������WPflwr'rra*'%������������N������JW|  .taxi*. HWWMm^MM ttrtMl. t. fc. *- "Lm- W*-**  SPECIAL SALE OF  LAC 15  CURTAINS,  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  MADRAS,  A UT SATHENS  For Pav Week.  \A/E ^RE N0W sncwJNG tlie l������ft  VV assortiiicmi.ill L noleum* ut 5Jo  and 02 1-2 oi'iitu per^tquaie yd, s-p-cu-1  fur pay-day wiek 45o end 55o per Fq.jd  eg  S" i  A full line of Furniture, Beds,  Stoves, and Ranges always on  A. MoKINNON  McPhee Block,      Duusniuir Avenue,      Cumberhuid  n>  I ! *>  3,  of     Teas,   Coffee,    Spices,    Salmon,  Dried nnd    Canned  Fruits,   etc.,    are  the best value and quality that money  can buy.     Try them.  The Cumberland Departmental Stores have  a Full Ran^e of these Brands in SioeL  a+S  J  I  I*  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  Ok  W������  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS IIKKBBY GIVEN that  Tho Wellington Collie y Railway Company deposited on Felmury tho iiO'.h,  1912, in tho  Land Registry OSce, Victo.  **Ssc %& Sssxs  NOTICE  I Iiiivl- been  instrrct^d   by tin?,  Ii-jt.-* of-lhe inlo G. 1_L A^ton  to  o-lluct-   in   nil accounts due   tlie  iVt.iU',     at Oiiee.     Please   call   at  ria, B. C, a duly oertitkd ooi'-y of tho  mv ito and  Eettle  Pam*. plan, profile and book   of reference ns up-  proved and sanctioned   by tbe Minister sf  WESLEY    HILL ARD,      Railways of tho  Province,, February 6th,  OlllP.iiil  Adillillifitintor.   1912, of a Section of a'proposod   line  of  railway from The "Wellington Col'ipry  I Company's! railway near Trent Rivor in  Section 6, a, Township 2, Nelson DUtriot, B.C., from these through und over  Sec'ions G, a, and4, and Lot 80, Nelson  DUtiict; LotsS'J, 153, 1607 231, 2-17, 179,  .   ,, . 13S, 136,, 95,   13-1,   227,   228,   and    also  onlv two ni������hts   A   week,   viz., Seotion ai'TowilBllip 9| Comox Distriot  to riectiop, 3, Township 9, Comox District-, B. 0.,  Wellington Colliery  Railway  pri r/*.marc^. j������^������,-?������ji3*j  NOTICK  Cnmbeiland   &   Union   Waterworks Co.,  Ltd-  Sprinkling   will   be    allowed  MAROCCH! BROS    ^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  ������  i  ������  ������  ������  ������  nimy s.- t  \i. Hakanishi, Pfop.  4^,Hh^'^4'4'trW'<l'*M<*'a''*������'''  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sowing Machines, ���������  Guns, Etc.. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  al������  and Hire,  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for ���������  Cleveland. Masscy-Harris  and Perfect bicycles.  Telephone 7-0"  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale De.-ilers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  Biinr3rr,CT*a-ac,3������wa"������e^',x -w.-mrw -.**��������� r y>���������f< h*1^ *w������l-'������ ������������������������������������������"  T'JKSDAY and FRIDAY, from  7 k) 0 o'clock in the evening.  Leaky taps must   be   attended  io a! onco.  Anv changes or   additions   .to  e .is ing piping must be sanction  cd by the company.  By Order,  11. W. Nunxs, Secretary.  C ii..berland. B.  C. June  9th,  >*\*\-im^*f.~-**M--^-vXmXkTimm.r.rr^jZmVrf  LAN'I)   ACT  .Saywaid Land Diitrict.  niiinct of Coast.  TAKK NOTICE thai William Harry  !', r'ey of Vancouver, 11. C, occupation  Hi-'.kcr, mieiifls. 10 apply for permission  to l.'.'1-.e the follnuiny flescribed lands: ���������  -.'D'niiioncir.y ;U a po*t pknied at hiyh  .���������au-r mail; .tboul 40 chains cast of May-  hcr I'nint, Re;>d Island, thence ca<t 20  i"ii 1 ii?. theni-.t south 40 chains, thence  i-ei'. 3-) cl'.iin-j, thence north 4) cinini  l 1 ;i .im nl commencement containing 80  lines more nr less,  WlI.l.li'M   liAKKY  HURI.EV,  Name nf Applicant  Jcny (jenaz.ie, Ayent.  I)ate May 2iS.li, 1912.  Company by  W. L. COULSON,  President.  F. COMPTON,  Soorofnry,  FOR SALE-Standard bred  driving mare 3i years old, ais1*  rnblwtired buggy and harness in  good condition. Apply Cumberland Hotel.  FOR SALE���������Mai-iuelli's room  Crows' Nest Pass Coal   Co'y.  The'net loss from nl! eouvocs  (>f lhe operations of the Crows  .W.t Coal Company for the yenr  1911 was ?a 0,654,  Tlie coal mined dining tho  time tlm mines were ifi operation  ���������nnd there was a strike during  the greater part of the year���������a  mounted to 359,456 tons, ns coin  pared with 1,209,762 Ions the  tlm previous year. Tlie coke  produced during the same period was 60,659 tons, which compares with .194,498 tons in 1x1 \,  The"amount spent on improve  mints during theyeir wan #22,  122. Development work was  carried ou during the s'rike, and  the amount charged lo this account during the year was  i'li-SV.i'  mg liTinse on " Derweifc"'"A"venue;'  Good paying business, and   lixei1-  lei:fc   location.    For     particnlins  apply to    V.   Mariuelli,   Denvei.t  Avenue,; City.  Change of advertisements will  not be received at this ollice later  than 12 o'clock noon ' on   Tucs  d"vs.    " ���������  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  the partnership iinu of "iMcKean  it l>i:-coe" carrying on business at  Con ru nay, B. C., as dealers ih  irenernl niereliandise, was dissolved :>s of the 2id t day of July,  L012. Th': business will in i'u-  ure be cairie>l on by Mr. "Wuhani  MeKean. All debts and obligations against the said Jinn niiibt  .10 pre-rtijiiU'-d for payment to the  said William Melvean, and all  debU and obligations due or ac  ei'iiiuo- duo sail linn must be paid  to the said William McKean.  F.   II. F.  ������IS������OK  W. O. McKean.  Dated July 2G������h,  11)12..  -*������-  NOTICE.  LAND  ACT.  S-iyward Land   District.  TAKE NOTI'JK  that  John   Stanislaus Carroll, of New York,   N. Y., occu  palion,  (Mij'incer, intendj    to apply for  permis.iion to purchase the following described lands:- Comnumcint; at ,1  post  planted at the S. \V.   corner of Lot 550  ihence   north   41  chains,   thence   uesi  22.76 cli.iins to the cast boundaiy nf Lot  548, thence south  along said  boundary  40 chains, thence en .t-.,r.2.76   chains  m  point of  commencement  containing  9:  acres more or less.  ""--John Stanislaus Cap.uou.  Robert  Henry Chestnut, Ayeni.  Date May loth, iqi2.  3 -.c-1'2 iV-rU  LAND   NOTICE  ���������   Sciyu ard Land. District  TAKE   NOTiCE    thai   Charles   U'  Flvnn, of Mew  Yoik, N. Y  l!llll!;;!i!l!l!illl!li;!ll!llllil!lilllllli::il!ll!!l!lllllllll!lli;illi;!ll!i:!tin:il!!lll!!!:i!li!U  PM-^^  g  as  ANNOUNCEMEN'  GIDEON HICKS PIANO CO'Y.  beg to announce ihat luey have taken  over the Victoria Branch'of Hicks &  Lovick Piano Company, and business  in future will be canied under the  above name.  The Pidicy of the'Company will be  continued  on . the   principle  that  no c  -sale i.i desirable unless the purchaser's  satisfaction is such as���������to lead to other  -    sales and hold the   good   will   of   the  customer.  All accounts now standing iu the  name of Hicks & Lovick Piano Company will be payable to  Gideon hicks Piano Ccy*  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,   Opposite P.O.   VICTORIA, B. C  S  Tf*ITWIS������RJ������l  TEACH till WANTBD for Min  to public pehool. Salary .^75.00  per month. Ajiply to Alex Sum  Hi'villv, Stifre-lavy, Minto. H- C.  lands:-- Commencing at a poet planted  7.2.1 chains east of the- S. \V. enrner o'  Lot ;5o, thence so-.itn 66.84. chains,  vhence west 30 chains, thence  noi;lh  66,  -clerk, inicnds .to.,apply___.for__p_ei;:nisiion  TKN'DKJIS for tl'O renting ( f '|U 'purchase the follouing desciibed  ira'nist.ou Kami, Sandwick,. will  be received up to August 31*t.  1012. All particulars lobe had  from L. R.Cliffe, Saudick,.B. C  Tlie highest or tiny tender not  mce-ssiiiily accepted :  Lucius R. Clifl'e.  POlt SAL}.���������lidisou 'Home'  Phonograph, aud 4 dozen 4  minute records-; will sell cheap.  Apply Cumberland News Ollice.  :iiiiiHiiii!iiii;'i!ii!;'!t!'!''i!!!'r.*;!!i;w  ri-*T������v:*wn. a ~r**mv*x j-^*wyjCTC>nMi-a*^*t-^Krr-gir������yr������E-^ur,������i'r*^)*'i^i������  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintii  ry'm-u-it^m\m~uwr-vrii-������^*'ii*,Tm*Frin.r\- T.w.<unpOT;ft^';  i���������C_apiUL2aidJlJ.pj5X43-U930_,  !!!IUi!::!:i!ll!i:!!li!!l!i:illlll!l!lllill!!!l!:illili!!lllliili:i!l!l!:i;!l!J!ll)U!l!!!ll!!i:i[:ililin^   / Epsjarxe_!i8,_4������_lJ17.3_I_  The Royal Bank of__Canada. |  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL ������  ���������,_���������._......,,. m..mm  ,   , OVER   THE    W'OKLD. . '    . |  84 chain's thence east 3-> chains to  ;>oini j|  gp^QJAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intrreu |  ofcommencemem cmu.unir.^ 200 acres j|    nt highest  OurriMit PmHB nliou'td on Wc jiiimis of $1 nnd tipwtut'ih . I  more or ics:-.  Ciia'.u.i:;; OTi.vn>*.  Ruben llem-y Cliesinui, Agent  I.)ate May 101I1, 1912.  juf-12 ������������������!���������*  Gramophone Needles for sa3c by  Chas. SegraveaUhc News office.  &tx^imteimxsi-Vi3s  ���������������s_MiaM8H������a������asra' ,  ������  INI-'OUMATION   WANTKI).  \V.'.ii''.d at <*!uv tht-   ti'i'h'Cf- of  I'suiiiii Mi'i'.s'lniiii.    if ihi>- sliouhl  ii'io.'t h's I'yn In* will lieav.oi' t-t'iiie  liiiii;,f 10   hi.-;   iidviiutu^c.    U'.'ply  10 Ut v. Cau-iu   A.   SyUa-Wlii'v,  ������T     .     .'���������    . 1>      ( <   ������     "     '    " |l  b'tfli SALK - A lull si;;������d lot  wiih nine liuit tieusand 6-ioom  house partly .''urnished, with pan  l 1 'ti ,   it. 1 I II    l ' '    ililti    1...I.-, iikl. 11 1.    11111  ������dze ol" house, lloi and euld  water and elect lie li'.-|it. Anplv  lo the owner R. Unlorovr, Conner  I;irst St. ami Maryport Ave.  1 "rovi-i.ci.il Countable Wright,  1 i Victoiia, is t.vfieeltd up in aj  few day- iu company with Chief!  Cnnstuble StepliettKou, to take  tip poliei- du'y at Cmirte-nay nnd  ������i>������rlcL in phic" of ConsUtbU.-  I'm i.ds"������,\.  Buy Your Groceries  Fruit  at  and  fammtf  Our stock is always New and  Fresh.  We will open up in the new  Dallos blook (next to the restaurant) about Aug. 1st, with  a new stock of Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings, Boots &  Shoos, etc. Tho ' Ideal' Store  mmm iiniwiiiwiiWi>*MWtiii'wwr'|"r"||'r*"wl"'*l*l>ir"'"1 iin-*i"~ vr-'r- ������������������'-���������-"���������������-'���������"-  McRae, Acton, Hay man  OTJfilBEllIiAK'P, B   C, Rn'iieh, Gpesi- I'.'niiy  UNION V/HAIIF, B. C,   Eub-Brach, Open Thursdays  d. rva. morrison; Aiannger.  fi  it  3'    " COORTSNAY,   B. 0 ,    Branch,    Open Daily. |  I WM.  HOPF,.Manager. 1  %I|l!linilllll||||||||tli!li!!!llli;!llllllllll!l!il^  ^���������mtavatTM*t.'Z?fnMm.*"i*--.*--'M "*w" ,*aa  llipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUG  CUMBERLAND,  TWMIM p.������wi(*J ****]BWmmlm'Va*Ttm'\i-\a*.to\m^M-mxm3  mtm*m'*f-m*m*m*.-mm-*MXMU-*mV\^  mi^mi*a*i*mM-amfmmtmTt*r\m  l*m.mVJti\mmaVltt   m,%Mtm-'+*���������Sm  V. BOp  Mamnfaoturer of MIHBRAL WATER-  km'VX'imWmm-m-  CUMBERLAND  P, 0. BOX 483  PHONE 29.,..  t'AV2  Kr.t=|||||llll|||||l!!:ii:il!llll|lll  aU   r:i/-/fvi;'V  '������������������A'fY  * /*  ..<������������������'  ffM  mmxitnmwmMimvmmummmummmJmmMtvmmTvmmmMmiM^ -*-"" "m**    "������"' ' "'" .r^||ll!!il!ll!ll!ll!ll������^^  V*'   *"''  .*'*"  yi^.6^2   f   ���������- ������0^-''!::itf<'-.^;-.A'     fill-**:>-.>j* ----,::. I   5^V/1  "' 4y of",  fffSBSO!raM?ftlfWf^^  'cm    ��������� ;>uii\.-'.      "fi���������HRi:rj'".Viv,,r:- ������������������;������������������ ������������������-.���������.'���������     ^w  Ifyougofcitafc      PLIMLEY'S      H's all night  timmak ���������ammtiait-amm  -*������ mmwm*m**MF*i *^aamaraa%msmM*'*m  There's Cycling Satisfaction  in  a t  "SHSLOE8"  The cyclist who inviwtM in a SSINC������HUM Cycle is safe  from every point of view. TUj "SiiiRer'' Cycle is a marvel of  modern meduuilsm, nnd \\* benuty besides, Inehidinf; the  "Singer Royal'' lor ladies, we show I'i nir models, ranging in  prie<>'from if.$.   Vv'viti'for a list lo-dav.  HIWHiMliMWW  !������������������������ *������!#���������������.*���������*���������** ****** * "���������**. * '���������*��������� -ear*^* *  TllfS. PL1MLEY  7ac������ YATB8 STREET VICT-.  Lit %���������/#���������  :E2SS^iis2te^s^^ ^^s^^ es^sksm  il',iil'.i!irt;il!ii!ii,ii������'.Wi|"  -. .���������-|it,!'-riuii!i>!ij!!-ni'ii;j|.rr;rT==rr.t  ^:*:iifii''!;!'i-*!'':,'!"(i!  1  fi  -,|  aWr,Vrjr^Ti^-*^lmmfmmUmim  ������*������;������*.?.������ :..���������!���������-*.


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