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 ������������������->- il.  ^  A'  K>~  Av  ^ A   '^  rwv -p mo      j]  ~n  0R1A������5^'*  -v. :"-..-i���������-'  A Journal Devoted Especially* to the Interests of Comox District.  ��������� man*, mam\at*fm^a*rtmia*f������o i. . .^y  '������������������' -      '������������������-���������ant)*- >wn i<m3-T  Thk News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND   B.,C,    WEDNESDAY,  MAY.   8   1912  Subscription $1.00 a Ykar  ^  MENS HATS  In   the latest spring   styles���������in olive,  fawn, grey, brown  and    black;    these  are the very   newest   productions,   in.  London and New York fashion leaJers  SPRING NECKWEAR  This season's showing brings in the  veryiey^st shrhs in Bjuj^ilins and  Azure Silks, from the narrow width  that fold clos eand ht well with the  popular collars to the handsome flowing end, also a very large assortment  of hook-v,n bows and knots.  Fine Laundered Shirts.  In correct shades and patterns,    plain"  and coat style.  Men's Summer Underwear  We offer you. special value    in ' finest:  goods, dainty'shades in every size.  1  I^*9t4\/*u^<t>*fa**n*t^ j  i   ���������       FOR        I  STOVES'  AND  RANGES  Furniture and  Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing-  Supplies  /t   "   ������������������"   ''' Ts\j* -"mr"  I...  SlOlOfi IiEISEfi a CO,,lid|  Meeting Of  The Council  Regular fleeting of The Conn-  Held   On   Monday  Evening  Tlio Council held their regul-  nieeting on ^lay 6th. Present  Mayor McLeod, Aldermen >Bev-  eridge, Cessford and Campbell.  Minutes of last meeting read,  adopted and signed/  An application from F Monaco  10 lease tlie land known as tbe  city park' was received' and laid  over for future cansideratiou.  Communications ��������� From, Sir  George Elieunc Carter Centen  nry requesting n donation towards lhc ereclioii of a $100,000  mciuoriul, was received and filed  P10111 Hugh Mitchell re erection  of automobile shed and chicken  house to the detriment of liis  ���������property in the City of Cumber,  land. This communication was  laid over until next night 0!'  meeting fur investigation. From  Vancouver Rubber Co. acknowledging receipt of order for v4oo  feet of Kureka hose.  The Firo Dept,, presented a  revised \Ut of the names of the  meinbers'ol' Ihe brigade.  The city clerk' was instructed  to nr*Unowlpd<.yo this conminvuon  tion, the. list being approved by  lhe council.  A letter from the Canadian  Municipal jnnrn.ii jiojichiny sub  scripiions for their publication.  The.same was received and filed.  Hills aud accounts���������  I'iovrnrmrn! T������lf|.;r,7|:li .SVrvirr* ,.(jr  C, .-��������� in I U, Fir*' Unmade, ���������;������������������������'���������  " ���������' '��������� ...11 00  lii'pc<*i()r of wt-i������Jiiit     5 5'i  P. )'. I'amsun,     60..id  IviN/fivcit nnn u'l-'irci! u, I'm tt i t,l'<>n  jniece and if loiiiitl < wiiert 10 tic paid.  CmMabli! (irav uiioiod Uu- following  c.n)U\-f-m\m for iiidihIi ofAjrl;  Scavenger $100 50  Police court ' 19S.00  Ciiy ro.ul taN     28.00  Hall rent     40 00  Watchman     42 50  Total collections 418,00  The committee appointed to interview the Waterworks Company  reported having met, thu Diroc.tr  oi's and had been assured thnt the  Company, had made, ample prevision for an ���������abundant supply of  wotei',.I'or city purposes, which'  would always have the first consideration of tlio Company'.  The .natter of looking after the  repairs of llio City Hull was loft  in hands of Hoard of Works,.  Tho Trades License By law was  taken up and paseed its fir^t reading, tho cito clerk was instructed to get prices for printing Trades Licence Hy laws for next regular mooting.  Interesting Ey ent  For May 24th  Motor Ikmt Races And Pic Nic  To Bo Meld Al 'Hie Lake  On May 24th  A number of Cumberland's  young made arrangements lo  celebrate the 24th ol! May by  holding a motor boat race on the  lake. No less the 32 boats will  com pot" for the bcaulilul .-bLU  which M/. Ikil Anion, is going  to present the fastest boat in the  race. Oilier prizes are being  given by ���������business men of the  city; also, ir is expected that pii-  zes will be given by motor boat  manufacturers of Vancouver.  There has' been a committee  appointed lo interview tli' Company with regard to securing a  train ti- take people o".l tn the  lake. The time the train will  leave wiil be published 1 iter.  Refreshment stands will he pro.  vi'ded for the utw^ML icv cvam  PuSsk 31  ^m*^^ffl**t/^J*^^  I. 1 '     m"-������i*     ' ������j*  "I   j    "V^Wi a^'lt'" '    *    "* __[        ' - ."       fm..imt*~-,������r,.-\nt,'    ' -,"*"        . t  so''.t drinks, candies, fruit etc.  'J 1'iare is no doubt that this being the first motor boat race in.  Cumberland it will create a lot  of interest and draw a large  crowd to witness the race,  The committee in charge are  niuking all kinds of preparations; they aie clearing the  brush away for the benefit, ol"  pic nic parties, aud also preparing a''path along the.side of. the  lake.  The   following is the  list oi  names of those who are going to  compete, also the mines of boats:  *    * ' *'  Name of owner.     Name of boat,  If, Reese jr.... ....... Professor  J. Reese Ferrow  J. Gillespie, Annie  0. Walker.... ........Socialist  B Farmer..';.,.' Silver Tip  H. Gibson You Co I Go  J. McLean Isobley Jock  J. McDonald . .���������  Paiscy  F, Crawford Rainbow  A. Ronald ,,,.*..Nellie  S. Lawrence Carrie  ��������� Mcb'arlane..........Thislie  Jim Tohaoco Carline  J. Martin Louise  Joe Tobacco ..  . Marie  Jas. Walters Kleanor  I iin Walker Ripple  W. S. D. Siddlc.S. S. Titanic  .J. Dixon. .... Marguerite Annie  H. Reese sr Grayliu  P. McNc-viu  May  \V. 1 level idge '. Hast hope  The'shield which is being put  up for the winner of tho race  may be seen iu Beit Asiou's  window.  First Meeting Of  Police Commissioners  c'lisc Caiinmsit)ii''is was  held on May  7tli, present Musor McL'-od,   C miss-  irncis McDonald and Cessford.  U.S. I'oheit.son, the owner of the Vt-iv-  d >m������ Hotel, w������,.s (ircscm and inforaicd  thu H'i ud llnil a.> ^'������ui aa Out h-.f-v. ni  ttti! prt'scni ipr.niv.fi tv.pire.l lh.il In: intended having hi* bidldinx h-ih-.wm ,ind  P'd in proper whaj'f.', h.uin;: already notified lenanh. lo ih.ti rliVct. The /h iid  informed Mr. Uolji-risun thai ilu* parts  ut i)ir. \'ciidoniir lii.ul lnnMiii^ r.o.v u".-d  ii5.i<ni>  mil������  fic iffi������uW:<i in   li,.oi   Mild  that there nnibt he proper dininy room,  sitting room, toilet and buh accomodation and ihat bedrooms on the third  floor must be furnished and Ii������lnecl and  the building- equipped with proper fire  escapes; and Commissioner McDonald  moved, seconded by Commissioner Cess  ford, that Mr. Robertson be notified  fiat unless Ids building is renovated lo  thi salisfacii,)ii of iho License Cninniss-  ioner-, on or befoiv the 3HI day of Any.  u-1, 1912, that his license would be <:an-  ce'.'ed.  Moved by. Commissioner McDonald,  seoi.dcd by Commissioner Cessford,  that the \Va\erly and Cumberland note's be notified to complete their fire "escapes by having'exits marked and ropes  in rooms.  The question of New Knj>lnnd Hole!  canie up for discussion and the Commissioners all expressed the opinion thai  the building was not a proper hotel  building and (hat 1: could not be altered  or repaired to make it a place such as  should ba licensed as a hole! to meet the  present requirements of the ciiy, and  Commissioner McDonald mined, sccon-  dei'  license of the New England Hotel be  camelled, 10, lake effect on 'and after  Jn'y im, 191-.  Moved by Commiisioncr McDonald,  seconded by Commissioner Ccssfwd,  t at lhe Police G'oinniissitn.crs be asked  to instruct ihe police to stucilv enforce  the law re closing huun, of hotels.  It :\\as decided 10 meet on ..Tuestlav,  May i.|ih, i��������� taKo up tlnj mailer of  wlinlcsale Ik eases and ihe Mavor ������as  jiiMi'ticioil lo i,ci-ui������ legal advice on cer  The   Cumberland Department Stores  (Late). N.'McLeod)  Direct -Importers.  This store is now being extended  and several new departments will W  added,and shortly bu opened up witli  a large and select stock of "everything  appertaining to a general business,  and it will be the aim of the manage'  "ment  to  give  the   Public   first-class  goods at the lowest possible prices.  ���������i- f< -  .  '  .  W. A. Wagenhauser  ���������AND���������,  P. P. Onate    :  ���������    PROPRIETORS  Corner of First St and Dnnsmuir Ave  CUMBERLAND,  B.C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  _SlR_EPMUND_WALKER,_=C.y.O.!���������LL.D.1.D..C.L.,= l?RES!DENT-  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, -   $8,000,OOCh  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of Tlie Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $r and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates.    There is no  delay, in withdrawing-thq whole or any portion of the deposit.    Siiial!   ���������  deposits are welcomed. < A234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to b&  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing tho ownership of the money-,  after.death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, dr for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BXIANCH..'....''. . ......W. T, WHITE,   Maimffo*,  points, on which Ihe Board   were noi  clear.'  During the meeting Mr. Kobi-rtson  hud evidenily been doinff some haul  thinking and before,Heard adjourned Mr  Robcrt-'on asked the Hoird if it would  be possible for him to Ret a transfer of  the Vendo.ne Motel license in the event  of his ercctinj,' 11 modern biii!dii*i( in  some other part of the city, ns he was  considering as to the advisability ef ic-  pair'mir the present Vendomc premjses  and nf erecting a modem bu-lding.  -Tho Hoard assurr-d Mr. Robert*"  that they would consider favorably '"c  transfer from the present building l<> ���������'  modern up-to-d.ite siructure, .ind then  the Hoard adjourned.   D*.  Wo rojjrol very much to   lonni  'nf tho doiith ul Iho wifo nf Dr. 1)  H. Korr. dni'itisi, who'di������d in Vic  ������y Uommissionei Cebsfuid, that the  loria on" Siimhiy   Mny   oth     Tho  Into Mrs. Kerr had hocu ailiiif.'  for S'lino timo and wont tot'aii-  I'oniia to ivinijit'i'iito. but rotui'nod  to ho hiiino to dio.  'J'ho ludiob ut tho (liUholii!  Church inioinl yiviii" 11 bazunr u������nl  Ion "on .I nno 1Stli, n dnnoo will  follow    i 11    tho    ovonii'ff.    Full  MA It HIED.  Miss Ararguerito   Mollado.   iho ���������  fourlh daughtor of   Mr. and Mis.  Mm ho Mollado ol   this city   wn.-,  uniiod in ninrriiigo on May 2nd to-  Mr, John M.   ^'Jino.    Tho nmr.  riniri! look pi ft 00   at Victoria   mik)  whs porforinod  by the   Rov.   Mr  Ilolliii;,'. -Mr.   Rioiinlo   Mollado^  brothorof llio hrido did tho dniiiK,  nf bo.-t man, while a young  holy  frioud iioiod as bridosuiaid   ,   Thn  bride, woi'p    ;i travelling   suit   nf  inivy bluo and :* whim picturo hat  Thoyinuijr omiph*  aro  spurnliu<������  ihoir hoiicynioon   visiting Smiud  oitics, and  on thoir   ivdiini   will  inula* thoir homo in Vanooiivor.  A bi<4 iiiiiimy.ffOtior l<������r May '-M  and oilior holidays and fair (lays  "Kicking Maude,'" tho mules, a*ml  iho "Kerrotyp";" phoi6 machine,  ul*) about 1111)0 platcri and frnuiot-,  imoujih cipiipuii'iit to mtike S'2*>U  for iho buyer. Will sell tho  wholo (ititlit for $fi(). Apply nt  this oilice  piirtKMihn.s latisi  i  Girls' White Lawn Dresses  TIIIuSM HRKSSKS conic iu a very fine quality of lawn, trimmed with  pule blue aud pink ribbon, very dainty for spring  and  Miinuicr wear.  All sizes at .,... tf 1.50, 1.75 and $,f 50  Boys' Wash Shirts  In all the lead n^ pallcrns and styles, such as liuster  brown, |Snloi  -these  y,nmU  will  ivi.-^h  well and hold the i olot and arc juM lhe tiling; for ,t ������c!l dieted h,iy. S'.a-h (tftii j to m.\ jot*.  Silk Or<rartHy  ta- *' * *     j  ice hhi'j, ik/  (^filing or p.uij dicssi's, suil.ible for Mv������sci������' or l.adii;-*' t'o.iuuie:;. :  JUST RECEIVED  In the lovely soli slude", .v. ledio, iiink, slriw, Alice l)h������������s, ik/ blue, ihmiI ������icv, vety prc'tv  l>������r  for Xl^ses'01 l.adii;-*'i'o,iiiuie:i. ;J> incln-.i wnk, y������; .1  y.ud  A n'ijinu-ut  of  pink  and sky   blue  fringe Miiiable  I'or  tiiniining dresses  I '1 ii es    25c, 50c aud 75c a yard  ampoe  *L% m^m^^iym^mm^mnm  W the news. cmmKiii.Am>. B. c.  IN THE  BAUNCE  By 1. 6, MOBERLY  _v Author of  "Dan and Another," "A Tanfjlod  Web,"   "Sin of Allsoa Deer-  Ino," etc, etc.  WARD,  LOOK  ft, CO..  LIMITED  London, Melbourne and   Toronto.  (Continued}.  CHAPTUR VIII.  The Artist.  Among thoso present at. tho quiet.  little cbreiiiony that made Miles and  Dorothy man nnd wife, the Hector ol'  the Church wan tho only portion wlio'  had observed* thp figure of a man sitting under the shadow of a -pillar at  the far end of tho building. Oliver  Dynecourt hud drawn Into the darkest corner of the pew whilst the small  weddifis party went, up tho church,  and before tho bridal couple had left  the vestry tho young surgeon softly  stole out of tho building .and walked  quickly along the street, the fiends of  ���������jealousy and anger tearing, at his  heart. To hear the woman lie loved  vow to love and cherish another man  until death, should, part tlicm'; 'to  watch her beautiful face, on which  he could road something of what she  was suffering; to know'" that her  grace, her charm, the Infinite sweetness ihat; was so eminently a part of  her personality, wero to he the light,  and joy of another man's home���������all  these had mado that quarter of an  hour just passed one of the most terrible in his life. And as ho threaded his way through tho grey streets  of DIoomsby, a sense of the irrevocable nature of the ceremony he hnd  witnessed weighed heavily upon him.  So few minutes of time had gone by  since he entered the church; yet  those few minutes had set an insurmountable barrier between him and  Dorothy; ha.I hedged her about With  a fence as secure as the ring of lire  that shielded Hrunhildo from the  world!  The rage and jealousy o that tormented him wero quite unmingled  ���������witli any remorse for bis own share  in the bargain that had been struck  with Miles Ilpraesly; indeed, he was  conscious of a grim and ghoulish satisfaction iu the remembrance of the  short lease,of life held by his rival.  He allowed himself to reflect savagely that at the end of tho year Dorothy would be free, that' some day���������  some hot very distant ' day���������she  would be his, that it would he his  turn���������his, to stand beside her at tho  altar steps, to talce those great vows  'whTOr \vOTrd~biiru~lrer~to~"nimrT-jvnd-  although the reflection gavo him  small comfort, there was a certain  pleasure in letting his thoughts revel  in a future which was to be attained  only at tho cost of a fellow being's  life. Oliver was not inherently a  bad man. His" record hitherto had  been a clean aud upright one, and  his habit of mind was self-restraining. But during tho last few months  tho constant stress of his struggle  against failure and poverty had undoubtedly had an embittering effect  upon him; baffled ambition had  fought hard with thoso higher principles which belonged to his character, and tho sudden temptation presented to" him by Dorothy's self-sacri-  ileing proposition had como with a  forco which he was powerless to re-  Kist. For weeks he had secretly derided Kate; for weeks ho had weakened his moral llbro by that sullen  derision, and the temptation when it  camo found him totally unfit to fnco  It.  ���������Dorothy would bo his. Dorothy  would bo rich when idie came to him.  Those two thoughts wore preslstently  In his mind during bin swift walk;  and a fierce joy thrilled him as ho re.-  jnembcred Mr. Soames, and his own  tacit acqulcsenco in the lawyer's decision to make no further search for  a rival heir to tho Hernesley estates,  Tho lawyer's reason I'or coming to  lilm had never been quite clear to  tho surgeon's mind, but of the nature  of the quasi hftrgain entered inlo between them ho was fully cognisant,  nnd ho ruthlessly crushed down every  vfinioiiHlranca put. forward by a not.  wholly slumbering cnnsclenc1. Another heir? Why, that might mean-  would mean���������with such a quixotic  prig as llernosly, that Ihe wholo en-  iitle would be handed our tu a ln-g-  gnrlv intruder, and thut Dorothy  would bring no big dowry lo her  Hccond husband. in thin crude  fashion Dynecourt had already begun  to ai'gno wllh himself, i-o quickly docti  ono false stun lead to a nmfiuu.'il eon-  copllon of right and wrong; and he  had almost Hiicceeiled In convincing  himself ihat .Mr. Seamen wuh net lng  rightly, as well uh expediently. In sup.  pressing Information which by every  law of Justice should hu\n been gi\-  en lo Kir Mites.  lib', vapid and uiiuh-KK walking Ihi-  ally carried him in tint direction of  his own old hospital--St. I high's���������  ami vlcni, uwaki'idng from Mm ul>-  Htraeilrni. be realised wIiIUnt liht  ,sti |is were tending, he determined to  go up to the paying undents' ward  and \Mt a distant r< i''ti*j'i who, by  Jils adviic, had enter-'������t ft M ������ pad-  *mit,    Kvery  slonn of  inn  rvy  old  _^Jtf **���������' if-p'lJmmviliM'irttJ      ������*��������� .W*ii.������, . i...i-iki.i^d. : -a.*A   kui *a_'l  &$*S$3Sji  building reminded him of Dorothy,  and of tho friendship which had begun within Its walls. As ho crossed  tho colonnade, where groups of students lounged and talked, or hurried  to ami fro, ho seemed to seo Dorothy's heat form In her dark bluo  gown and tho white cap and apron  which ,sp eminently suited her fair  faco and bright hair. When, for a  second, ho paused at the .top of the  steps leading from the colonnade to  tho hospital garden and tho medical  building, ho remembered a.sunny day  In April when Dorothy had met him  just at this very cornor, tho sunlight  reflected in her eyes, a bunch of daffodils shining golden ln her hand.  Under tho great planes, -as ho and  she walked slowly across tho garden  to the most distant of the wards, he  had asked hor to be his wife, aud the  leaves bad rustled and whispered together In tho starry stillness of a  summer night.  Memories, like a flood, poured in  upon him, and they WonvnU of Dorothy���������Dorothy���������Dorothy!  Ho was not,a very onlcrlaining  visitor to tho distant, relation, who  wondered what cpnld 1"^'������ happened  to Oliver, usually so pleasant and  chatty a companion; and ho left tho  sick- 'man's bedside with extraordinary abriiiifnoss when, through the  onen oublclo door,, ho caught a  ttlimpse of sister Clare Devati, and,  like othor men of her acquaintance,  had valued her bright camaraderie  and total absence of feminine cocmet-  ry. He Mowed her now to the door  nf ber sill inn-room, and it gave lilm  a warm sensation of comfort to meet  (he kindly glance of hor brown eyes  and the smile tbat seemed so eloquent of friendliness. He fancied  both smile and glance carried even  more than their ordinary kindly feeling: bo did not, know that the heart  of the woman was aching because of  ber instinctive knowledge of 'what  Dorothy's wedding-day must mean to  him. ,  "Let; me give you some tea, ..Mr.  Dynecourt," she said gaily: "how nice  of you to come and see Mr. Allen.  He wants cheering, Sit down in that  cosy chair, and wait a few minutes  whilst 1 run round tho ward. I am  only just back; I have been to Dorothy Carslairs' wedding."  "I know; I saw you there," he answered, unable to utter more than that  brief speech, and as Clare saw the  bitterness that crept into his eyes,  not only did her heart ache for him���������  it hardened suddenly " against Dorothy, who had brought bitterness infifcj  this man's life.     -/  She loved. Dorothy dearly, but in  ner heart she blamed her friend--and  blamed her severely���������for ..having been  tempted to marry a rich man for Mio  sake of his wealth and tli? cetv.u-  ony from which she had just returned had given her far more pain ih.in  pleasure. If she had fe"- this so  keenly, what' must the*man. b'ei'jr*  her have endured, was her thought  as she went cbvii her long ���������v.-ivd, g''������T,;  "lng dfrocflbus" to Wis or that 'nurse,"  receiving reports of,what had occurred during h3.? absence, and looki'i?,.  into the cubicu.s of those patients  who were most seriously ill, to give  them a cheery word and smile.  "What he really needs just this  minute is to be taken right out of  himself and away from his own miserable thoughts,".she reflected when  she came back to her own room  again, her mind still running upou  the man she had left to his gloomy  meditation. "Even if ho was nothing  moro Io me than the merest acquaintance I should want to help him now,  and as it is"���������a faint Hush crept into  hor face���������"as it is l'vo got to do  everything ln my power to make  things better for him.v  With a little proud lift of the head  sho re-entered her pretty sitting-  room, and Dynecourt, watching her  capablo hands moving amongst the  teacups, and listening to her bright  chatter, wondered why he had novor  realised beforo .what a "good sort"  Sister Clare wns.  , There was something vory, comforting in. the glanco of her eyes,  .something restful in her musical  voice, and she seemed so genuinely  interested in his work and ambitions  that he found himself talking to her  eagerly about his resenrchos and his  hopes of future discoveries,  "Vou have tho iinmo of being very  advanced in your theories," she said,  "ami ad that you say bears out (ho  character I havo heard of yon. Somebody said to me only tho other day,  'Oh, Dynecourt will do operations that,  no other man would dream of mentioning; wllh haled breath.'"  "Pioneer work stands above everything else."  "Hut II: means a pood deal of standing alone; facing adverse opinions;  struggling against, orthodoxy and  le.\l-booliH, doesn't It?"  "It menus nil that, and wortin ihnn  all, If ono Is poor it is ho hard to  maki any headway. For research  work you need money and leisure. I  hnvo no money, and I cannot, al'i'onl  leisure. All my time Is occupied In  selling bread enough io live."  lilt lemons looked out of his dark  eyen again; his voice rang with sudden liardiiess.  "I sonieilnies think I could work  mil, Home of Uni greatest discoveries  '' ihu age If I had thouo two modest  reonl'.dt'R���������leisure and mom'y. lint  I havo no right to Innlllct nil my  vnpMiriiigH upon you!"  (To lie Continued.)  BUY COCKS  Call and let us explain our Special Anti-Sagging, Anti-Friction and Accurate Sowing features.  CRIPPLED BY  DUniMATICM  uiALiUttiriAiiJm  SKIN  SUFFERERS  Do you realize that to go1  through life tortured and  disfigured by itching, burning, scaly and crusted eczemas, or other skin and  scalp humors is unnecessary? For more than a generation, warm  baths with  Cuticura Soap  And gentle applications of  Cuticura Ointment have  proved successful in * the  most distressing cases, of  infants, children and adults,  when all else had failed.-  AltliouRli "ulloura Soap nml o'lntment ar������ sold  liy ilruBKlsta ami dialers everywhere, a liberal  sample or cacli, \vltk 32-page booklet on treatment  or skin and Imlr, will bo sent, post-free, on sippllca-  tion to "Cuticura,"' Bopt. OM, liostoa, U. IJ. A.  OPENING OFSIBER.A  Turning the Tables  "0, George, dear," she whispered,  when he slipped the engagement ring  on her tapering finger, "how sweet of  you to remember Just the sort of stone  I prefer. None of the others wero over  so thoughtful." George was staggered  for but a moment. George eanie back  with, "Not nt all, dear; you overrate  me; this is the one,I've always tised.'f  And sho was inconsistent enough to  ���������cri_ahout-lt._says-tlie__^GoiirLJoui:naI/_  LA GRIPPE'S VICTIMS  W. N. U. no. 888  su I'nUoi-Hlty Street, Montreal.  '.!*!: t ;\ word of praise for (Hn Pllln.  About fifteen mont hn nj?o I could not  wn Ik iterofirt my room, mifferiiiK hov-  .-...,i,   vitii miMimnflit-n     1 took ('In  I ilia uud heeanio quilo woll.  Hnniuol LoiiRinoro.  Write iih for free miinplo of tlln  PiliH tj try. TJwui get. tlio reKiilar  cl/e hoses nt your dcalcr'H or direct  fr nn UK--r.ee a box, <i for $2,!iO. Mo-  ny refunds I If <Jln I'llhi full trt ouro.  ,i,;,,Vl,!i.lt,-l^<i C,"''i*iU'���������,. ���������'':. u������ Tan-  "  ....i.mui, iM'pt. X.U, Toronto.  Tin- Cnnadiau Kxihvuk Company Ih  cxtcniliiic Ms rervW < h on Urn main lino  if ih������ liianil Trunk l'.iclfie Kuihuty  i.i far uh Million whlrh fn fifi inllcH  .VfHt nf KiIfmi.   OfficiH iv 111 bt) chlul)-  II -hi-if at fi.fl.fiAike nud Wabamiuj.  Left Weak, Miserable and Prey to  Disease in Many Forms.  One of the most treacherous diseases afflicting tho people of Canada  during tho winter months is la  grippe, or influenza. It almost invariably ends with a complication of  troubles. It tortures Its victims with  alternate fevor- and chills, headaches  and backaches. It leaves him an easy  prey to pneumonia, bronchitis, and  even consumption. Indeed the deadly  after-effects of la grippo may leave  tho victim a chronic Invalid. You can  avoid la grippo -entirely by keeping  the blood rich and red by an occasional iiso of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. If  you have not dono this and tho diB-  ease attacks you, you can banish Its  deadly after-effects through tho use  of this samo great blood-building,  norvo'/estorlng medicine, Hero Is  proof of tho wonderful power of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills over this trouble.  ���������'Miv'Kinnnnuol Lauriii, St. Joromo,  Quo,, says; "I was seized with a severe attack of la" grippe. I was obliged to stop work and roinain in my  bed for several weeks, and whllo 1  ajipoarod to got over the llrst, stages  of tho troubio, 1 did not regain my  ijBiial health. I Buffered from headaches, loss of nppotlto nnd extreme  weakness. I did not sloop well at  nights, and would arise In tho morning feeling Uro. and worn out, This  continued for about two months during which tlmo 1 was taking treatment, but apparently, without avail,  Theu 1. wnu iidvlHed to try Dr. .Williams' Pink Pill*, nnd I got a half  dozen boxes. Hy lliu tlmo I had  taken threo boxes thero was a decided improvement, and actually beforo  I had completed tho sixth box I wnu  enjoying my old-tlnio health. I was  iiirong as ever, could sloop well and  cat well, and no longer miffored from  Insultndo and hohiliiohoH. I havo proved tho valuo of Dr. WllllaniH* Pink  PIIIh for the pernicious after-effectn  of lu grippe, nnd am theroforo recommend tlicm to oilier ������ufi'orcrB."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills euro by  p.olng to llio root of tho trouble In'  the hlood, which they enrich, and  mnko red and puro. Tit oho pllln euro  all troubles! duo to bad blood, and If  you are niling you hhould start to  curo yourself to-day by taking this  groat medicine. Hold by all medicine  dealers or by nmll at M cents a box  or six boxes for $J.fiO from The Dr.  Willinms' Medicino Co., Hrockvlllo,  Ont.  h:.i\ 5-:"' ii'-iivly '.T./tfiit/iiin nheep.  Russia Planning to Spend Half a Billion Dollars on   Railroads ���������  It Is now beginning to bo taken for  granted that outer Mongolia, with its  1,000,000 square miles of territory and  Us 3,000,000 of people, is to bo added  to the Russian sphere of ���������Influence  Ever since tho war With Jajpan,  Russia has been devoting hor onergles  to tho expansion of Siberia. This vast  territory ��������� ..retching from tho Ural  Mountains tor tho Pacific Ocean, was  onco looked on as the dreary land,of  the exile, Today it is the promised  land of tho emigrant. There is room  for many millions.  Siberia, with an area of -i,SJ.7,C^7  square miles, has at present a population of only 8,220,100. Thero are vast  stretches of rich, black earth awaiting tho favmov. Coal, iron, silver and  gold aro ready for tho pioneer. Huge  forests havo In readiness great wooden harvests.       '  Some day Siberia must play a great  part in the production of tbo world's  food. At present the cultivated part  Is a mere patch on its huge area, yot  it produces 170,000,000 poods of cereals a year, a pood being equal to  <!(>'pounds. . Its immense coal deposits have scarcely been touched, and  the same Is tlio caso'with its timber.  In the Amur and Maritimo Provinces  there are 500,000,000 acres of forest  laud.  The railroad is naturally what, is  looked for for tho development of this  great country. Tho first great  achievement in this direction was the  construction of tho Siberian Railroad.  This has cost more than ������1-10,000,000,  aud "stretches from Moscow to Vladivostok, 5,527 miles, all pn Russia territory except the last strip across  Manchuria.- It is now proposed to  double track and Improve it at an estimated cost of ������22,000,000.  Other Russia:1, schemes contemplate  the opening up of Southern Siberia  by a line from Orsk through Orenburg  to Semlpalatlnsl: and Barnaul to the  railway at, Taiga at a cost of ^18,000,-  000; the linking up of St. Petersburg  by a direct Iim to tlie Siberian railway, hitherto approached only by  Moscow, at a cost of ������9,000,000; tho  Amur line connecting tho Siberian  Railroad with the eastern coast round  the north of, Manchuria, making it  possible to travel from east to west  entirely in Russian territory, at, a cost  of ������*31.b00,00.0', and finally a branch  line from east, of Lake Baikal to Kalh-  kta through the Great Desert in Mongolia, through Urga, and eventually  on to Pekin, at a cost of ������15,000.000.  -���������Thll~gives-aJftotal"in-round~figures,-  of ������1)5,000,000, which Russia is plan-  ���������ning to spend on the opening up of  her eastern .Empire.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Tho world's largest bird of prey is  the bearded vulture. Prom tip to tip  of wing if measures nine or ten loot.  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and there Is nothing better for driving worms from the system.  .. Mrs. J., said to Mrs. L., in perfect  confidence.-���������"Do you know mine is tho  prettiest baby in tho world." "Well  really now, what a coincidence," said  Mrs. L, "So Is mine."  Gus de Smith.���������Do you know my father Miss, Birdie?  Miss Birdio.���������I never mot him, but I  bMlovo ho is a very modest, unas-  Miming sort of mam  Gus de Smith.���������-You're right. You  can got, tome eort of an Idea of how  unostontatlonuB In is whon 1 toll yon  hoMloos not brag about having mo for  a son.  iCe^^Zfin^ ^Tnjufe frt^r-t Onrr^i  In Wages or Profit  health, sooner or later, shows Us value. No man can expect to go  very far or-very fast toward success-���������no woman cithci���������who  suffers from tlio headaches, the sour stomach and poor digestion,  the unpleasant breath nnd the good-for-nothiiijr feelinjis which  'result from constipation and biliousness. Hut just learn for  yourself, what a  (iiflerence  will be made  by a few doses of  S PILLS  Tested through thi;ec generations���������favorably known the world over  this perfect vegetable and always efficient family remedy is universally accented ns the best preventive or corrective of disorders of the  organs of 3'igcstion. Bcecham'sPil]������resulntethcbowcls,stirthcHver  to natural activity���������enable you to get all the nourishment and blood-  makingqualitics from your food. As sure asyou try tlicm you will knew  that���������in your looks and in your increased vigor���������Beceham's Pills  ay Big Dividends  The directions with every box nro Tcry valuable���������especially to women.  Sold everywhere,   in boxes, 25c. "  Make Farm More Attractive  We must make the farm more attractive���������tho -homo, building and the  farm building. We must mako those  two great features of our national life  moro attractive so that they shall not  only ;��������� hoi il the young men and women  who are being reared on tho farm, but  will ruso draw from tho cities large  numbers of young mon and women  who are hardly making a decent living. ������������������' Wo must send back to the farm  men and women who will aid in tho  great .work of producing fooi'fortho  world.,  Trembling female (to sixteen-stone ���������  policeman)���������"Say, bobby, yould you  como up to my house and speak to my  husbandr���������I-do-not-w^aut-yoUi.to_takG.  him. I just want you to frighten him."  "My good woman," was the reply, "do  you think I was taken on the force to  be a scarecrow?" .  The Limit of Toughness'  They were seeking to impress tha  stranger1.���������  "If you really wish to get an idea  of tho toughness o^New York toughs,"  announced one, "you should by all  means attend the annual.ball given by  the Gorilla Club; -Itis absolutely tho  toughest stunt that is pulled anywhere. If you don't get action thero  for your money you won't get it anywhere."  u "Do you mean that fights are common at that ball"?"���������enquired tho man-  to-be-impressed. "Am I to understand  that shootings���������?"  He got no further. Ono of tho others leaned forward, solemnly, took  hold of his sleeve and remarked:  "Fights? " Shootings? Why every  _sini_la_persQj__that^Bta������tS-J,o_go.-into  the Gorilla Club ball is stopped out-  s/do and searched for concealed weapons, and, if ho hasn't any���������they give  lilm some."  , ������,!_  Thero .aire unhappy married lives, but a large percentage of'these unhappy  homes are due to the illness of the wife, mother or daughter. The feelings of  nervousness, the befogged mind, the ill-temper, the pale and wrinkled (nee, hollow  nnd circled eyes, result most often from those disorders peculiar to women. Hor  the woman to be happy and good-looking she must naturally have good health.  Dragging-down feelings, hysteria, hot-flashes or constantly returning pains and  aches--aro too great a drain upon a woman's vitality and strength. Dr. Pierce'*  Favorite Prescription restores weak and sick women to sound health by regulating and correcting tho locnl disorder! which are generally responsible for tho  above distressing symptoms. ,  "I suffered trroatly for a number o* years and for the pnst lhn������,  ytnrt wan no bad that life wan a misery to mo," writes Mnn. 13.1'. Dick-  ovur, of, Utlcn, Ohio. Route 4. "Thn doctorn told mo I would havo tn  ko to a honpltul before I would ever he better. A yenr airo this winter  nnd Bprlnir I was woi-aa limn ever beforo. At each period I suffered like  ������mo In torment, I am tlm mother of six children. 1 was ������o bud ton  live months that I knew somethlnu must be done, so I wrote to Dr.it. V.  Pierce, tctllng him ns nearly uA I could how I auTfrtd. Ho outlined a  c.ourno of treatment which I followed lo tholetter. 1 took two bottlea  of ' FavorlU Froanrlntlon' and one of Golden Medical Dlr.covory' and *  llfty-eent bottle of Smart-Weed,' and have never nu If oral much since.  1 with I could tell every nufforinir womijn iho world ovor whnt a boon  Dr. Pierce's medicines are. There is no use wuhHuk tlmo and money  doctoHisjf with anything else or any ono cled."  The Medical Adviser hy R.V. Pierce, M, D., Buffalo,  N. Y., answers hosts of delicate questions about which  every woman, single or married ought to know, Sent free  on receipt oi 50 stamps to pay for wrapping and mailing only.  Hns, DicKOvr.R.  *-*<���������  SWB  Which is his  Sore Thvonl Is no trilling nllnmnt.  It'mny ''tury dlHotiMO goritiH io nny  nart of tho lndy throtiBh tho food you  '.nt.   When you feel wire Ihrnnt com-  ill!. Oil, UBO llnll'llllln   Hi/am vn.,  "Am 1 required to exchange wedding glf<������ l������ ll1" department from  which they were purcluiKeed?"  "Not at ull." wild ih". ^.IjMvalker  "T'nnnk yo". I would liko to ex-  flnmto a lOHebowl lor n trying-' '"\i  ������������������BpeaklnH ������>f ���������Ulciuetto, i Id yon ������end  half a crown for thoMt advi.i-ili������ed lu-  inUlon-ou'WImttoUo.ttt tabic'.'''  ���������*Yr������."  "And whnAdid yougetr1  "t\ Hllp with ono word printed on U;  *l*.at!"  TTIltRU'S no mislalciiiB Uie expression of a man wh'ose farm is well "improved.".  Uc looks as prosperous as lie frets, /  It isn't flic size of a plaito that counts most, nor ils actual dollar.vaiul-centi-  value,   It's rather, that "well-kept," thrifty appearance; the appearance that make*  you think of fat stock, and well-filled barns, and comfortable, contented living.  Neat, permanent improvements go further in K'viiifi: a farm this appearance than  any other feature.  Concrete Is The Ideal Material  F.v������rIiiHtlniir, It onnnnt he, In'lurert by lire, front, wind or lltthtnlnir. Afro���������Instead of  cuimiiiK It to dacny���������actually makea U ������iroii������cr.  Concrete) novor noedn roitulr���������flrnt cost la last coal. New lmprovomenl* eau bo addod  year after year with lens cxponoe than would bo required to keep wooden ������trueturo������  ln repair.  Concrotn walkn, feedlnK floors, diilry-barnu, lee-hounoK, rooUoellnrn, woll-eurblnr,  ftinee tioBtH, aIIoh���������which of thems (loin your farm need moutv   Whatever you want to  -..,.,. i., .i    f     .....,,  Do you want to know moro about thin oubject of ponniuicnt farm ImprovomentoV  Then writ*!) for your copy of  "What The Farmer Can Do With Concrete,"  It'i a book of 160 p*o������i, telling how othir  farmer! have  mod tho  "handy matirlal" to /   Artun  kw ,���������-���������m,., Ijood ������dvant������o������.    Publlahid to aell at BOe. ��������� '  ^TLAHOtC-W r.npy, It t������ now bnlnrj nttnrad true tn all fsrmara  who writ* for It,    AdJreu  C*B������������1a Cemenl Co.. Un.t 63bi   NaHonal BanU Building, Montreal  ti;'Ui  t^* ������������������'"  mH**}>.>  \  1 If-  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B.  for Making soap,  softening water,  removing paint,  DISINFECTING SINKS.  CLOSETS,DRAINS,ETC.  SOLD  EVERYWHERE  REFUSE SUBSTITUTES  Ji  Imamr'j.},,mT~*,ii^i.\'Z^m*]V*a^������ma k tTni7^J  We Positively Guarantee  That a 25-Pound Pail of  International Stock Food  Will Save You $7.00  worth of Corn or Oats  > vi   m,. t     qr ���������      -mr ������#���������,������������������     wi       mm- *������ ������ w  because it promotes digestion and assimilation, and  enables you to cut doWn the grain ration 15% to  25% ������ and still get" better results. This saving of  grain represents a saving of good hard cash to you.  iflMT'-villi th cccn inn i do at mm  WE WANT YOU TO FEED 100 LBS. AT OUR RISK  It will not cost you a cent if you are not satisfied.  See our dealer in your (own or write uv for particulars.   Mention  this psp.r and the stock you own and we will send you a litho,  size 16x22, cf our three champion stallions.  International Stock Food Co, Limited, Toronto 1  wmsm  SHOES  I .ool: bottor, IH better, wwir  luiiGfi' and give better satlrffuo.  Hon than oilier makes*. Thoy  aro tho result of f>0 years' ne-  i.'umulittod kiiowlodgo anil ex-  liei-leiu.'c In building' High Grade  Shoes. Stocked by lending  itealeia every whero In CViiuidu.  -Xtio-JOHN-McPHERSON-CO.,���������  Limited, Hamilton, Ont.  None of the Symptoms-  "Doclor," Knid tlio sick man. "I'm  afraid my nerves aro in a liacl condition." "Oli, no," replied tho physician,  "that's not what is llio matter with  you. Tlie fact tlmt you have sont for  mo after ignoring tho statements I've  boon sending you regularly during the  past year and a half indicates that  your nerve's till right."  A Clean Sweep  "I hear you had a trumphant summer, mado a clean sweep."  "I may say I did," responded tho  hello of tho beach. "On the way to  the station, I oven became engaged to  the driver of the 'bus."  SMMs Gum  tialctly otops coujlis. cure.* colds, hrnls  the throat and iuniis      -      ���������      ..Scouts.  Mot lior.���������Just run upstairs, Tommy,  and  fetch  baby's  nightgown.  Tommy.���������Don't want  to.  " Mother,���������Oil   woll, if you're going  to bo unkind to your new little sister,  slio'll-put on her wings and fly ba:U  to heaven. *  Tommy.���������Thon let. her put on ho-  wings and fetch her nightgown.  Actor.-���������What.,'���������back so soon? Didn't  the play take?  ',Actress.���������Yes, tho play took; tho  managor took tho -receipts, tlio bailiffs look tho scenery, tho landlord  took tho trunks, and tho nuthoY took  to drink,    .  Browne���������Did you ever seo a man  who really wanted tho earth?  Tow'nc.���������Oli, yoH.  Browuo,���������Who was ho? ������  Towno.--A first; class passenger on  an ocean liner.   ���������  College Humor  'A veal joko was sprung by a student nt a university last week. This  student ouffers front tho stigma of  obesity; it appears thut oven pvofos-  ��������� sort! do not lovo a fat man. Aftor a  particularly weak recitation, tho pro-  I'eBHor said: "AlaH, Mr. Blank. You  nro bettor fed than taught." "That's  right professor," sighed tho youth, sub-  Hiding heavily, "you leach mc���������I food  niysolf."  A fact, not generally known is that,  owing, to tho direct route and low  grade which is one-fifth of tho noxt  best Transcontinental Hailway on the  Continent, with tho completion of tho  Grand Trunk Pacific main line, Canada's National Railroad,������ tho trip  around tho world will bo shortened  by one woek and Europe will,, bo  brought just that much closer to Asia,  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That Is LAXATIVE BUOMO' QUININE,  I,oolc for the slgnuluro of B. W. QnOVH,  UBcd tho World over to Curo a Cold tn  Ono Day.      20c.  "Didn't you .cry at ail during tho  porl'ormanco of that pathetic piny?"  "No," answered the reposeful girl; "I  couldn't think of such a thing." "But  tho young woman with you wept copiously." "Of co.iu'ho, lior lucio handkerchiefs nro ever so much prettier than  mine."  THE TALE OF THE SARDINE    ���������  Goes Through Forty-t*o Processes 8v  foro it Reaches its Final State  Most of us avo familiar with sho  allTCry little sardines as thoy come to  the table nestling in their bed of olive-  oH, aiMl.lt is interesting to follow tlio  various processes through which thoy  aro put before they reach our homos.  Amidst the 'magnificent scenery of,the  Norwegian coapt, hi tlio ice-cold; waters of.the 'picturesque fiords, nro tlio  feeding beds of the sardine.   During  'the. Bunny summer days, from July'to  September,,huge shoals of thom'crovviV  in from the open sea to these familiar  haunts, which seem to breatho an air  of peace and security. , Alas! howevor,  tho fate awaiting them proves-to lio;  qulto the reverse.     The"fishermen  ���������know so well that the .sardines aro  coming, and koop a sharp watch for  tho silvery shoon and rippling surfuco  of tlio water which indicates tho*'approach of tho littlo-fishes in lheir 'millions;' From far-away Stavangot' camp  those fishermen, racing over tho water ln motor-boals.   With ���������wonderful  quickness    and    precision   immense,  numbers of tho fish aro surrounded  by strong nets, and their   doom   is  sealed, . Slowly but surely tho nets  draw elpsor anil closer, tho homing,  glittering mass becomes more com  pact, and in a'  conipartively   short  space of time tho ice-boxes brought  for the purpose aro filled with fish  and hurried away to town.  M Stavauger���������originally a fliiuill  fishing vlllago, but now tho centre of  the Norwegian canning industry���������nil  is bustle and excitement on tho arrival of tho little launches. After soulc-  ing for twenty minutes or so in strong  brine, the fish are taken to the soiling rooms to bo graded according to  size and preparacd i'or tho curing-  chambers. Hundreds of comely Norwegian' girls, in their neat, yet picturesque garb, bright and fresh-looking  in their snow-white caps and aprons,  dexteriously thread the fish on long  wires, which, when full are placed  across wooden frames and hurried  away to the curing-rooms. In the  rooms whoro tha fish are dried and  cured small fires of oak-bark aro kept  burning continuously, throwing off a  rich, fragrant odor, which permeates  into every corner of the chamber. Tlie  trays are hung oh frames in overy pari  of tho room, and in llio space of about  ten minutes tho bright glitter of the  silverNfh5h is changed to a dull bronze  as they are cured by the atmosphere  of tlio room. As soon as tho curing is  completed they are hurried off lo nnothor roomful ot busy girls on the  canning floors.  Here heads, tails aud fins avo removed in the twinkling of an eye, aiid  the little fish are packed carefully and  neatly,in tins placed ready to rcclvo  them. Each tin, so soon as it contains sufficient fish, is filled up with  pure olive oil, the purest of fourteen  grades. Then Uie top is placed in position��������� roady-to���������be-"spun-on-",- an���������the  process for fixiug'is termed: When  the tins aro ready for this operation  they are taken to the machine-rooms,  where ingenious machinery with wonderfully precision and rapidity, hermetically seals the tints.- The package  is now ready for the groat boilers in  which tho fish arc cooked. They nre  loaded into large, round metal trays  and lowered into the boilers, which  are then closed and treated with high  pressure steam for. about thirty-five  minutes. At; the end of this poriod  they are moved to the cboliiiK-room  to be cleaned and examined, and  faulty tins being rejected.  :*'���������* As an indication of the marvellous  amount of dotall which has to, ho considered in order to-maintain porfee  tion, it may lie mentioned that, from  the time of landing to tho final���������pncV  ing i'or export, tho srtrdino puBsos  through no Iohb than forty-two processes. On the freshnessof tho -fifth and  tho carefulness of the curing iloponds  llio flavor and quality of tho flnltiliod  product, Moreover, it is of groat: importance that the sardines should bo  caught only during tho proper seusori.  Deep-Sea Version  , Tommy Cod.���������Whut is it they cull  iV pessimist, pa?  Pa Cod,���������A pessimist, my eon is a  fish who thinks there In a hook in  overy worm.  Photographically to measure and  record tho vilbratloiiti of u machine or  building Ih tho purpoao of a simple  apparatus invented lu England,  INERVIl  Young and old have  them.' Some abuse them.  They get tired, starved.  SYMPTOMS :~Lomm of  ������teep and appetite, in*  digestion, irritability,  eventually wrecked con*  stitution.  Alcoholic remedies  stimulate only.  Opflifo EmitMnn  uuuu u uituiuitiii  aoothea and nourishes,  feeds the nerves, A  natural nerve-food, containing the salts of Hypo-  phoHphitcs, Iodine and  Glycerine.  NO ALCOHOL.  Insults Would Cease   ���������   ���������  "Tho tip is an insult," Bays tho Chicago Uccord-Ilerald.     Insulting   tlie  waiter then Is what keeps travelling  men poor.  A Purely Vegetable Pill.���������The chief  ingredients of Pnrnieloe's Vegetable  Pills aro mandrako and dandelion, sedative and purgative, but perfectly  harmless in their action. They clean-  so and purify and have a most healthful effect-upon tho secretlom of tho  digestive organs., Tlie dyspeptic and  all who suffer from liver and; kidney  ailments will ilnd in theso pills tho  most offectlvo modlciuo iii concentrated form that,has yet been offered  to the suffering, ������������������      -i^_   _  "And what happened In tho Interim?" a solicitor asked a witness in a  public house ease.        0  "I don't know, sir " was the reply  "I didn't: go into the'interim. I stayed  all tho tlmo in the smoking room."  Minard's Llnlmont Relives Neuralgia,  "Twenty years ngo, Blank was ix  great man," commented one man to  another. "Then he caught sight of  himself In a mirror, and ho liked what  he saw so welithat ho has Btood still  contemplating himself over since. To  bo too easily pleased, and too soon, is  one insidious foe of largest success  HOWS THIST  We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward  for tiny caso of Catarrh tlmt cannot b*  cured  by   Hull's  Catarrh  Cure.  P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.  We. cho undersigned havo known P. J.  Cheney for the last 15 years, and bellcvo  htm perfectly honorablo ln all business  transactions, and financially ablo to carry  out any obligations mado by.'his firm. '  Waldlns, Klnnan & Marvin,  Wholesale Dmgfjlsts, Toledo. 0.  Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken internally,  actlm? directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tlie system. Testimonials  sent free. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold  by all DrucBlsts.  '  Take  halFs  Family  Pills  for  Constipation.  -It has been estimated that the average emigration from Great 'Britain  i3 eight hundred and.oighty persons  a day.  "Aro you first in anything at school,  Earlie?"  "First out. of Llio building when the  bell rings."  Regarded ns one of the mosL potent compounds ovor introduced with  which to combat all summer complaints and infiaination of the bowels,  Dr. J. 1). Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  has won for itself i a reputation that  no other cordial for the purpose can  aspire to. For young or old suffering-  from these complaints it is the best  medicine that can bo procured.'  This Food-Tonic Quickly Restores Strength  After a strlciis Illness, ordinary food Eliculd  ha supplemented by a s'.re.-ijtli'Snhs: tor.lc  For this purpose  NA-DRU-CO Tasteless  Cod liver Oil Compound  li recommended very highly. In Its preparation the disaere'eible flavor of 1lio natural  Cod Liver,Oil Is entirely removed, while Its  well known nburlshlne and. tlssue-hullding  qualities are retained. Then we add Hypa-  phosphltes to build up ths nerves, Extract of  Wild Cherry (for the Limes and Bronchia!  Tubes), and Kxtract of Mall (a fowl Itself)  which aids In the assimilation sf other (ec*s.  CMlJren In particular enjoy the pleasant  flavor of Na-Dru-Co Tasteless Cod Liver Oil  Compeimd,-and quickly regain health and Btrenclh  when Nature Is aided by this" natural food-tonic.  Your Drucetst has It In 50c. and SI.00 Dottles.  National Drug and Chemical Co.  oi Canada, Limited.  N  ciiifr  ton CVCRY AILMENT THCRC'S A  NA-BfHI.CO IPCCIFIC BEARING THIS  TAA.CMAnK.   BEE THAT VOU OET IT.  ICS  Economy  in  little  things is just  a 1  important as economy in big things  EDDY'S   MATCHES  ' will answer one of your "economy questions." 60 years  of constant betterment has brought them to such perfeo  tion that one Edcty Match does the work of several others  of inferior make.  ALWAVS   ASK FOR  EDDY'S.  There was a meeting of new and  and old teachers. It -was a sort of love  least, reception or whatever you like  to call' it. Anyhow all the teachers  got together and protended they didn't  have a' care in tho world. After the  eats wero et, the symposiarch proposed' a toast:  "Long Live Our Teachers."  It was drunk enthusiastically. One  of the now teachers was called upon  to respond. lie modestly������ accepted.  His answer was:  "What On?"  HAVE YOU  Think of That  "Why  is  il.,  doctor,"  groaned  the  victim, "that a tooth has to have a  nerve  "My dear sir," soothingly answered  tho man with the forceps, " there  wouldn't he a dental college in all  this hroad land if it wasn't for the  nerves in teeth."  The Canadian Express Company is  extending its services on the main line  of tho Grand Trunk Pacific Hailway  as far as Minton -which is ** B6 miles  west of Edsoii. Offices Will he established at JJickerdiko and Wabamun.  Episcopal duty in some part's c? Ai.s-  tralia has its huinoroiis side. Ono prelate, on his first journey round w.'ib  flung into deep mud by a restlvo  hors e   Rising ruefully, with his ;:hiipi.il:i's  help, and surveying the place, the  bishop consoled himself witli this ic-  f lection:  "I have loft a vory deep impression  on that part of the diocese, at any  rate."  Engineers have figured that one waterfall in Iceland can bo ��������� made to'  yield G0,000 horse-power and another  50,000.       ..',.'*  a Lump in lhe Breast, or  a Growth on nny pari oE  the body, or a Sore that will not heal ?  If you have, write, describe the trouble, and  mention thi3 paper antlwe will mail FREE la  plain envelope, particulars of the  Painless Home Treatment  Write to.day.  THE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Limited  10 Cburchi'l Ave., Toronto.  No less than forty-seven new .town-  sites on the Grand Trunk Pacific aro  to be put on the market by the Transcontinental Towiisito Company; according to advices just received at tho  headquarters of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway while forty-fivo aro to bo  surveyed and placed on the market in  1913; 'Sonre-of~tlTe"*"new'"towsnsites"  aro Innes, Cedoux, Hunioon, Rainton,  Ballot, Sandor, Minard, Breeze, Steel-  man and Deborah, on tho Regina.  Boundary branch, Keystone Stony  Beach, Archydal, Forgray, Rowletta.  Linstrom, Essbank, Dannody, and  Mawer on the Regina Northwest,  branch.- Springfield, Ruthllda, Berts-  land, and Millcrdalo on the Biggar-  Calgary branch. Proiigua and Cut  Knlfo on llio Cut Knife branch.  NERVES AT  HIGH TENSION  Ncceaoary In Thia Ago of Keen Competition and Grunt Accomplishment,  When the Body Falls to Support tho  Brain Seek the Help of  DR. MASS'S  ull onuoatore  W. N. U, No. 883  NERVE FOOD  Nervous pooplo nre Iho null op Iho  earth, Tlio great men and great women uro UHiinlly thouo of nervous temperament.  ' But it lukoti au ondi'inoiiH quiiiillly  of blood to mipply onrrjiy lo the grail,  brain ov u highly   toiiHloitod   nervouii  MVHtOlU.  IJIgoBiloii i'ailrt booniiHo norvo i'orco  id i.U'.Mllo iU vUnllv/l fill! I'in\i Ot liigcir  tlvo fhildH., A little o.Mrii excllenieiit  In followed hy tho agony of a r-iloop-  Iphh night. Vou are cnnily irritated  and loao patience, you luck ilio re-  Horvo I'urcii which Ih lu'cemiry for sue-  I Cl.*hK illlll  Ul *\./lllt  Hi.   lliiit'ilhC.  Unfortunately norvotiH dliiotinoH do  not right thoiniU'lvcH, and ulnco your  dlgoHtlvo flyati'iu fulls to supply mi|>-  llclenl lionrliihinciif you must node ox-  (oriial iiHidHtaucj hucIi ay l������r. CIiubo'h  Nnrvo Food.] I  TIiIh urenv food cure Im nol n nflr-  vol Ui to (luinloa Iho iii'i've.i. Jl, Ih not  n fdliiHilunt io whip up the ncrvcn to  renewed oil tut.  Dr. (Minse'H Norvo Food f.-cda tlio  feeble, wnstel iiervpH hack to health  nnd vitiot*. 11 llooilr tho niivouu  i*.VKieui with new rich blood, tiie only  HiilmtiuH-o from which Horvo force  can In- made. Vitiy cvnU a hu.v, il  fur i'lr.ii ul nil dealers uv Kduiivni.uu,  I Biit'H K- Co., Limited, Toronto,  The Secret of Power  . Tako from a than every. nlft but,  Binc.orlty; let hitu lie bllrl nntl douf  and lame, lot lilm BtainniCT In hlr<  spoach, lack education and nooil man-  nors; handicap lilm iih you pi mio so  you leavo him slncorlly .iiii'i ho will  command vospoct nnd ntlcmiio.i. His  work will tnuliiri'. Tho worid, wlilo'i  Ih always looking for the runt tllilni:,  will i.lurtly overlook nlUinfiiMiilion, In  ovoVy volution of lire sin'.oiT.'y li llm  Boorot of powor. Tho iiiil'iinniui who  doon not Iil in sol l! hollovo In llui imi-ll  of his Roods will Konorallv bo a lai!-  ure. The IiubIiicbb man Who boIs  nliotil to fool other people uiiuit end  as he hns, In fact, begun, hy limiting  a fool of himself. The clorgymiin who  preaches���������anyllilng thnt his boiiI'iIoos  not niiprovo need look nofuvllior 10  explain omiity pews, Thorn In no  virtue thut moro mon bcllove In and  fiiwcv men puuiUco.  TouvIhI.���������What Intercfilt'il ino mont  In my I'^Aypllnii tin vols wnu llio iiuun-  lIlltiH,  1,0111101101'.���������Wonderful? *N  ToiniHt���������Hntlior, It's u lout nrl.  Tiny could never make a woman dry  up llko tlmt now. If anyoiio lliliiku  ko, lei him at nrl on a HuffriiRolte,.  "lOvcry hiiRband ouglit to mnliP hh;  bride u regular allowance from' tli-'i  ptiirl," wild Honntor Dupcw nl. a wodi  (IIiik rocopllon iu Now York. "Tlilri ib  but just," ho conlinucil, "limiaimo  from the ntnrt every brlile (lmln thai  Hho niUHl, comituntly nmltonllowinicwi  lor iicr iiu.Hi.uiu,  Somo Idea of tlio lorrlflo focco with  Whicli a bird Ihirhoh through Ilia air  limy, bo Ruliind from the fact tlmt a  common em-low flow light through a  pleco of plate pliisn n <iunvlcr��������� of an  ____l__B____U4h  WWI'l^^'W  ^''^���������IIV  It In pollinated by n lilgli-soliniil pro-  foHiior Unit 1 :!,ini(i,i)()i) feel, or Ininhcr  In wantod ouch yenr In dlHcavilliig'tho  uniuicd atubn of lead pcutil*i, Wo  wIhIi ho wou|t| now figure out how  mncli lunihi'i' in wawlfrt In llivowlng  away mutch cndii und looih i-W-Kh, ninl  alno how mncli limn l������ wasted hy pro-  Ifrimiih Iii Unclt'ixl ^.iiiui.t!!'*;;','  "On the imip hand," said llio leach-  or, pointing a Ioiik finger, to Ilia iniijij  on the cliiHH-rooni wall, "wn lmve Ilie J  fur-Uri'tehlng country of liiiiinlii. On  the otlh'.r luind���������uhnl d.i uu mo on  the other hum!, r<muvyn" "W'nrt'if'  uftld Tommy, lioo|������U-������.������i wltb filfilil.  ,PWH f*wT ftmfi Vsf.Wm   pW PW |EM W|    v^ rWm%   IM W*% mm W*\   w*mewk\    Pffil       Mil        Nrl Pan  Mtilia    mmmm      ___t*    t^������^tMmm 4 M..   .M'iL i^U W������l t,*^       *--..-m   ..-i   L,^ .....J      ^ _.        ...   ^ -     ." T-      ���������     r   _  iijv mil itf*  Nil IUDAH  FOR QUALITY AND VALUE. THE"-NEWa,   CUMBERtAND,   BRITISH  C0UTKB1A.  Tiie Oimtelani :]\m  iss.ied  Rvery, Tuesday  by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Tliis paper will not hold jtsoli"  respon^-blo for tlio opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  ttiyoiii timo to time.  elfins, them-* couth 80  fhuin*  to  p tut tf cnojn3f|lcein<'iit:  W; 1). OWEN  Dated April Gib, 1912  WEDNESDAY, MAY.. 8, IS 12,  > jam' "W* ^r^^*rmaitm*narti*ym*ym^>  IN TiiK .'UPUBMIi'COUBX OY BUI  Tf.S 11-COLUMBIA, ;  In the gooda of John Kevin,iilao -known  #b ".h.������.l.m KttVi>n/f Oi" Kevon, deceased, in-  t'3.������tl:tti.  IUKKKO'1 Ethatby, order rf His  tloior Jud^'o Murker, loaf jndgi of tho  fiup'Otm* (':<������ t of IJ, C, trail* Kit} the 3d  *i������������y ��������� f April 1<J1;>, Uje ufliierfijgiir.d wasnp  jioured t In i iilrutor of live tstate t-f tho  uhiiS'i liumt'il dccoasod, vho died at. Salmon Il.r-ej', II. <-> o,i or iihoat Dye llith day  ,,{ \<\\'w .;\-.y 1012, intestate.  Ail 'Ut-.-ixi i'..x and earns ngain.-t tho ea-  t .in wiul all sc.o'.nts and clain:������ due the  ti i d ������a :> o mn fc bo p'csantfld ������ud puid,  r*spt-ot.ve)y, o������ or b.f.co the 15th day of  J������ii..JW2,  W. W. WILLAKP,  Official Adminjitrator,  Cuinhi-rJuiK', J}. 0,  ap'lOjuail  trmm-mufnmf,    M m'l 'i���������mwmmm II.     I       '  CC U NT\r CO U RT OF N A N ���������> 1  ���������%\0   HOLDEN    AT/CUMBERLAND.  In tin* g ods of gimme. Nieholls".  A eca.-'i-'l intp tate,  TAKE NOTICK that hy order  t f H)3 Honor Sludge Barker made  "ir. the above Com t, oii.tlw 3rd day  pi April 1912, the undersigned whs  jij.'ji-'iuled administrator of tho e.r-  tVu; ufcSamngl Nieholls. deceased,  v.-l-io (lit'.i neiir the City of Cumberland: BC in or about the month  ni March 1912, initiate.  All accounts against the estate  mid all ac.Oiinis due the ctate  must beptf-enU-d and paid, respec-  iively; on or before the 15th d������>y of  J  neiyi2.  , W. W   WILLARD,  Official~ Admiiijfctialor.  Cumberland, }3. Q.   ap 10;o24  SAYWA KD LAN'J)  DHTR10 T  District of 'Say ward, Rii_<������o''j,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Klu"������-iM  Haiuiar, by my a^ent, (ir^rge'Vor-  diar, of Oiiiupboll River, V. I. occu  pation murraed woman, intends to-  apply for permission  to'.-piirchiik  tho"foj.'owiHgdeaciibed laml^-i-  Comirifiicin" at ii; ��������� post jilanud  near ihe N. E. corner of lot 3ol  thmitie *-Qii���������)i 30 chiins Oer.) thence  feast 10 chains <totO mrfre o- less to  ihe point of commencement con  taining 20 acres (twenty) njo e or  ieee.  KLIN7.E1A HANNA-r  Name of Applicant  Onto March 2fltU, 1912.  .wjv^Jt-'  NOTICE.  In the .Supreme Coiirt of JBritis  Columbia.  In tho mutter   of the   Eslnte   oi  IIi?iirj Brooks, deceased, nnc  In the matter of tho "Oillciul Administrator's; Act."  NOTICE is   hereby  givm   thai  under an order   granted   by Hi  Honour C. H.  Barker dated   tin.  15th December, 15)11,T,  the undersigned was n'ppniufod  Administrator oF all and   (singular the _*���������"���������  tate of Henry Brooke.   ���������  AU     parties    having -  claiim  against the esiate of "the   eaid de  ceased are   requested   to   furnish  pHi'tieulare of the same ou or  before the 10th day of January, 11)12,  and all parties indebted to,thp eaid  estate are requested   to pay  sue  indebtedness, to me  forthwith.  *���������������������������  Gko- Thomson,  OHicial Administrator, i  Datod at Nanaimo, B. C. this 15th  day of December, A. D. 1911.  TENDERS.  COUNTY COURT OF NANA I  VO -HO.L'DEN    AT    CUMBERtAND.  fn the goods of Kmi.l Sandwick  4ilso known as "Emil Sanvic'k," or  Saiidvick, decnased, intestate.  TAKE NOTICifi that by order  o'f II"b Honor Ji-.d^c Barker, made  ���������jn the above Court on the clrd day  of April 1012, tho under*'igned hy  <ipp>intii<l aclniiiv'BtriiUir: of tbe  uviixf". of the liboVc imm(d dacoflEed  who oSed in Crmdx Diftriet B..0.  on oi" about the 1'ih day of March  1912, ini������filato..'  All iiceonnte of?uinBl, and all an-  conn:a dim lhe estate must ba pros*  (Hi.lod.and jiiiici, respectively, on or  1 etoro tho loth clay of June 1912.  W.w! WILLARD,  Official Administrator,  CumbcrUind, B. 0.  upllOto'2-1  ������ < >ww>������mwrin>n^ii  IN  THE SUPREME  COURT  oKBiunanooLUMv.iA.  In iho liooda of Duvid Kdwarde,  ilfP(?an-d, in'lcstale.  TAKE NOTICE  that by   order  of il ih lienor  Judge IJurkor, local  jinfyo of Hie Suj r������iYi-i Coii't of B 0,  iiv.uU) on ihe {ltd day of Ap*ii 1012  tho imdnridenod wiih iippoiniiHl ad  niini-41. uti-r of tho e������lato ������f '���������',:������ nb -  di���������;���������:��������� iiiuiitd dccenfed   who  (I'fld  nt  i!iunpt'o'l liiilic or thiMculinuui on  M'irc!i lliih,  1912, In'witaio.    All  rucoun.,< and cl'tims af-ni.isi, the iu-.-  ta'o cml all  nei.oui-,l.i������ and el imn  ilu') '-he Mi;tii!o must be pmsciiicd  and paid,. io,-peciiv'tdy, on or  lo  fori- the lf>th (bi.v nl Juno 1912.  W. W. NVILLARJ),  Ofiii.ial iiihniijiutri.inr  V.U|. ..li,! l,  ii'-,   i'i   *"<  mUQlui  In tho matter of Henry Brooks  deceased.  ���������TENDEUS. for the pnfeliase ot  tho South East part of froetionn1  North East quarter of Sec. 20,  Township J), Comox District, containing 20 acres* will bo receive!  by the undersigned up to the 20tl  clay of January 1912.  Geo. Tuomsox,  Ofiicinl Administrator.  Naimjmo, B. 0,,'beo. 15th, 19.11.  +amjmm-tawx-itii.*m'%,,m.-zM&n  -KOTrcE.  NOTICE is horebv given tha  the .undersigned has j/iircluu-oil the  Iviinndry biisiiioss of'MA.u Liiu.  All 'deptfl and claims aganut' the  flaid. JVIah Lee muot bu presented  to him for payment, and all depti?  due him iniiKt he paid him on oi  ho hire the' expiration of Miirt)  dny.s fiom the date hereof.  Wiko.Pono.  Dated at Cumberland,   B.   C,  January 22ncl 1912.  a,ul  -w���������.-^.f   Y*rt*t������m*t *t*mm.  TAKE NOTK3K that ilUihiyB.nf  > i , i i . t ;. > . l i ���������,,,,).. i. 11 ,-,  iv,.. i v,*iv i. i...v ..a w ��������� -i |-,) j     ��������� ������������������'���������'-  ChU'i CommieHionnr (>f Lundn f u ������  J'ociirOto n'Or'poct for coal nnd |0-  iroleum on and undiir iho follow  \\\\i land, nitualed in the Comt'X  DiHii'.-t.  Con mciicliH', at n po.H marked  with u.'.iit comer of cluim No. i'r  p'accd nbout 20 cb-t'.nfl wfii't from  the iouth oxft rj'irru r of HeCion 112  J)en nun Wand, rnnnlnjj iwiat 1.0  vkmlui,  i;(i/J) 80 cfuunVr in.t SU  7 #. ittU<*****- mm-m-m-a.,*-*.  amma '   'Wi " l<fl>' "     ' "*  NOTICE  NOTICE in hereby given that the  piii't!iiM'������hip firm of >' Cloutier &.  Rii khride,"Livory.fitablo keepers  in the City of Ci'unbui'lnwl B.C.  litis tins day boon  (Unsolved.  Alldcbu due the firm must, be  paid forwith to Messoi's I'ottei'  and Kiikhi'ide who is hereby autli-  eriuoil to give roooiptH for the namo.  All debt against this firm  niu.st  ho presented for  payment  within  110 day������ from  tho chile  hereof, to  ���������Mefi-'iui'B Potter tic  Kirlcbrido. ,  V. II. Pi.onTiKi*  Datod Jnu. aa 1912.  CUMBERLAND  ������������������"-CAFfc ������������������  JACK & RICHARDS  J'r^j)rietpr������,  Dried Brewers' Grain  Cle������in, bright and whbls'onie,  low in water and carbohydrates,  but cbnlaitiing nearly double the  amount of fat and piotein, pound  for pound, than the ordinary feed  stuffs in local use, it  Meets all the 'teqiiircfrtdfts  of n Profitable Dairy Peed  and coinparod in price with what  is asked for other feed stuffs, is  triple protein value for your  money. lis superiority lies in  the fact that feeding it iucjeases  both the total digestible matter  and the amount of fat anil protein in the daily ration  And Saves you 40 to'-vO%'on Fee:l  You should not be without it,  Malted grains, fresh and sweet  from the brow kettle, drsed in a  continuous vacuum process liy  Royal Stcd', Feed Company, Ltd.f  Dryers of aud Dealer.! iu Pood  Products.  Rcotia and Pkos'T Strkkts,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  , NOTICE.'  Tho annual inecliiigof the Co-  mox Creamery Association Ltd.,  will bo held in the Agricultural  Hail, Couitonay, " Thursday,  Jnuuiirv J8tli, 1(112 at 8 p, m.  r I  Wm. Dun'.'an,  "fc-ioi'i-niiirv.  ESQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY.  PUBLIC NOTICE h hoiohy  givon thnt iho Epqnimitlt nnd  Nanaimo Rnclway Cnmpnny did  on tho ninotconh dny of .Linunry,  1912, df'po.it in 'ho Lnud Hoi:i?try  Otlico in tlie City cf Victoria, in  iho Province of Britiwh Columbia,  plan, pro/Ho and bonk of reterenco  -fliowiim the loi-aiiOn of ilB p'o-  poped line of railway from Bled:  Creek to Campbell Rivor, Van  couver Inland, Icing Mile <10 to  Milo 72 B, (if approved by iho  Hoard of Hiiilwny CommiHi-ionorH  for Can a ilu, ���������  DATKD    this   twenty second  day of January, 1912.  \V. P. BAwmroY,  Suirctary.  Mrs, SimniH will give lespoun  on tho piano at her houso in .ler-  imalum, formoi'ly owned by Mr.  ���������James Stewart, on nnd after  Mnri'h 'tth���������until thon in Canipnr  DHiial.  POP SALE-ThoSoutli Past  conicr of M.-!'*VP"!'t A\'('iiiH> nnO  riccoiid St., with buildings, Price  $1)25.00, Apply at this oilice or  P. 0. Po.s (114 Vancouver.  VTmmxVa rhoapliodlROt  The  Omit JinnHsn  llrmnlu,  'I'umoiinml invlflwmcFifnohIiiiip  ..iiorvouii iiyHljMn,   UliiUril    imv  lll;:������Hn old Vulnn, t.'urmtt'.'i"  nwi nubllitjl, Mental tutit KrutntVprn' J);  voinirnrit, lir-Httl li (itUnn'S. linwuinn-\ ������"���������-,������������������  mal,7rrliirft,fiml hlft'i'ls nf.t\ltn*9or hrcwr  JVlcu 11 jicrji.ik, tifrJ'iX'tX o-'cwillpl������iii������'./:  wlllt!-m%  Sul.t ly all rtrmrHilntH or JimlM )���������  Tilaln hltir.on rci-'hit of j������i'.',<!.   AVm jfi������r .ut  -��������������������������������������������� frit', 'fhti'rtnoa >^������-������������������i������������ ctTL.  '.J. \',"t^i.f4l)  Soywiiid Land District,  District ot Saywnrd.  TAKE   NOTICK that   Murray  Oorlay, of   Victoria,   occupation'  hiokor, intondH to apply fur-poi  mirtHion to purchase  tho-fo'lowin  dcKcribnl hinds:���������  Comiuuneing at a post planter  nt tho N. E. corner of Lot 87<)  thenco wo4 20 chains, thonc  north 20 chaini. lo .horo line  tin, noo following Bhoro lino oastcv  ly and southerly to paint of cnn'  lnoncdini'!)!, containing (5(J acre  moro or low. -  MURRAY COR LAY  Namo of applicant in full  Da to March 27th, 1912.  Snywurd Lund Disliicl  DiBtrict of Snywnrd  TAKE NOTJCIC llu.t Percy A.E  Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to a))) ly for pormisjdrii  to purchiiBO tho following dckcrtbci  laudH'.���������  Couiinoncing at a ]>ost pian'oi  at the 8. W. Conor of Lot Hin  thenco north 80 ch -in*, ihence wip  'JOi'luiine to iihorc, iln.-net) i-iiuher  ly following shorn lino ton |nin  making 80 ohnins snnthoily, ihi'im  ciiHterly following *-lio-o lino to  point of commotio men I, containing 100 ncrcp, more or low,  PKKCV A.K Will:it  Name of A] p'.in.int in fnl!  Dole March 23id, Iti 12  Wiil I'll  itltfltltil  Wootl ivjcdlolno Co.  Snywnrd Lionel 'District  District of Sayward  TAK15 NOTICE thai Kyrla 0. '  Symons   of  Viotoria,   occupation  gentleman, intends io   apply for  permission to purohano tho follow-  ingdo.scrib'-d lands:���������  Co nimmeing at a post planted at  ho N. \V comer of lot 31G, rhenco  <ouih 20 chainp,   thenco  west   80  .ihaine, thoiue norlh 60 chaina   to  dioro   line, thenou cisl following  iiiro Iii o  80 clininu to point of  ommoncemtnt, tontaiiiing 280 ao>  vn more or Iobh.  KYHLE.C. SYMONS  Name of Applioant in full  Date Match 2(1 h, 1912.  PUBLIC NOTICK  Notice is hereby   given   that  all direct connections   of  (lush  I'lncotf)    with    Mo������  n\t\' ttftivryye.    i������  ;'tiU'tly forbidden. All persons'  jr perHons using fjush closets  must provide septic tanks, the  overflow of which may be connected with the citv sewers.  * ���������  By order of the City Council,  A.McKiunon, City Cleik  City Hall, April gtli, 1912.  Change of ndvcitifiements vill  not be received nt this ofllce later  than 12 o'cloc1.- v,r. ,:\   0 1   TtlCS-  tl.i\ .*>. MADE IN CANADA  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  7  Makes Your EXPENSES Light  rialtca Your BISCUITS L\sht  Makes Your CAKES Light  Make* Your BUNS LIc!.t  Mekca Your LABOR Light  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  . The Goritial Hotel for Sportsmen  None, hut the llcst of Wines and Liquors  ni lhe Hur, ������  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  H?f'l*r'&,*S'"i'*fl,'rt' ^fl*^*,4,*i^fl,fiwl,pi1 'l*fi*f4,'Z'**,t1fi^  13  C  0  u  fi]  <  1}  ������  O  o  o  CD  V^mcmt  CO  C/)  - ^���������>  -a  to  '..' uv..  ������������������00'.  E  o  U  if  a,  ���������imf  (A  V-W.-'-'  , p^  ��������� ,1). '  -,C/0'>  :<���������������������������  -������������������ *���������*-,  ,:-u,..-  ..rt  OQ  w  mm  a  8  f-l  p!  0  ������  .   o  JfiL  ������  fl.  ������  .4  ''LAND REGISTRY AOT".  To Charles Copolli, registered  owner and D, Uapelli, assessed  owner of Jilock k'D"' of I^ot 1SJ4-,  Coniox Distuct,' Map 422.  TAKE NOTICE that an application has been made to regis-  ter David Roy as the owner Li  fee simple of the. above land  under a Tnx.Sale Deed from  the '-Deputy Assessor of the  District of Comox, and you  are required to contest tlio claim  of the"Tax ruica-er within 30  days from tho iirst publication hereof,  Dated at tho  Land registry Office, Victoria. British.Columbia  this 20th dry of January, 1012  S. Y. Wootton  Registrar Genoral.  '   IL  ___-!������V_  *:  0  Sayward Land District  District of Const  Take notice Chat Minnie Korr,  of Vancouver, Ii. 0. occupation  spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following  described lands: ���������  Ooninmnung at a post'plari'to.'.  :������t tho south-east corner of lot  54:7, thenoe west 40 chains.thenoe  son tli 4-5 chains, thonco east 40  chains along the 'north boundary  of lot-550. thenco north 45 chains  to point of commencement, containing 180 iicres,  Minnie Kerr  ������    Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agent  Date March 12th, 1912.        *  Sayward Lund District  "   District of Coast  Tako notice that  Francos Gor-  [ aid Hudson, of Vancouver, B. 0,  occupation gentleman,  ititoiidn to  [apply for permission to purchase  (the following described lande: ���������  '   Ooniniencing nt a poat planted  at tho south east comer of lot 547  \thonco  oaut   80   ohnins,   thenct!  pKjnth 45 cluiiiiH to   north bound,  ary ol: lot 550, thenco west along  iHiiid boundary, 80 chains, thonco  north 45 chains'to this poBt,  lu'iincns Gerald Hudson,  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agent  |Dnto(|Miirch 12th, 1012.  UNION' S. S.CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo-Union Pay- Comox - ftoura.  Snilii'fj as urdor-  Twin-scrbw sieiuntr "COWIUHAN"  Iriivcs Vancouver Thu sdny G p.m.  AriiveUi.i-n (for CumbeilundJ Friday  morning  A r.ves G'Uiox Friday morning  ������ He! urn ing'  Lv    Comox   Friday 4 i> m  <��������� Uiioa Bay       "   5   "  ,.  ���������* Ninalu.o 11 p.m.  Leaves Vancouver, Sntnrdav 8 [m  Arrives Ntiniimo,  Bid'tWay 12 pm  Arrives Union, Sund.iy 6 ii m  ['or l.'uinlicrlaiiii]  Arrives Coniox,   Sunday 8 n m  Re:unii)g:��������� -  Leaves Ccnox. Sunday 4pm  LouveR Uu'->.i  Sunday 5i> in  Leivos N-iiiaimo, Sunday 11 p.m  [Subject io ch.iij.jo without i.o ict]  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOTICK is" hereby given that  Ul property owners are requested to connect their premises  with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, on. or before  the 1,5th day of March, 1912,  and if said connections are uot  made by the above date, the City  Council will proceed to complete  same at .the expense of the piop-  erty ownens.  By order of  -The City Council  A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland,-B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  Notice of Partnership !  The business of general black  smithing and horse-shoeing lately  carried on by George Leighton,  at Courtenay, B.C., will in future  be carried on by George Leighton aud C. H. Adey. All business entrusted to us will receive  our prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed.  .George Leighton  C. H. Adey.  FOR SAjuE-Three milk  cows, first class milker**, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  and tour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  ROOMS for rent at Marinelli's  Rooming House; Denvent Ave-  I  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select ������rom  Xmas Presents  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BRIOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  . THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir Ave., Next to Tarbeix's Store  VICTORIA LAND  DISTRICT!  District of Sayward.  . TARE notice that George Henry West of Vancouver, B. C���������, oc  eupation Fish  Merchant,   intends-  to apply  for permission   to purchase   the   following     described  lands:���������Commencing at   a   post  plan-ted at tho N.  W.   corner of  Lot 4 D. L230 thence East   nlong-  1 he survey line 40 chains, -thenco  North 20 chains, thenco   West 40  oliuinj",   thence  Sotttht along- the  hike.shore 20 chains, and contain,  ing80 acres.'  George Hknry West,  Applicant.  Dated November 21st, l'JII.  DRINK  i     and b?stjBEER, and  made in Cumberland.  COPYRIC  *<i2$>]  ^i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi:!iiiniii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiyiiiiiiiiiuuuiiniitii!i!iiiiui^  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  accident?  Liability, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  for information write the  Vancouver Island   Insurance  Co.,  820 Port Street       -      -      -      -      VICTORIA, B.C.  %IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIII!lllllll!lllinilllllM  WHO AM  I?  JAM CREATED to sweeten, elevate and  enrich life.  My voice reflects harmony���������heaven.  My virtues are supreme because I give all  and take nothing.  My years of usefulness are unlimited.  0l  My strength holds the tension of forty thousand pounds.  My frame is built from selected mouarchs of  mountain forest.  My tones vibrate on German-made steel wire.  My fingering tips are carved from Uisks  grown in tropical jungles.  My action embodies the best result of human  effort to obtain strength and responsiveness.  My coat is made of hard wood���������mahogany,  beryl arid Circassian walnut.  No home is complete without that for which   I^amcxeated^rililusiCi. ___���������__-_   I   AM THE  PIANO  The Gft). A. FLETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C.  T. E. BATE,  Local Agent for Cumberland, B.C.  NOTICE is hereby given that jod.iys  after dale I intend to apply to the Honor  able Minister of Lands for h license to  prospect for coal and petroleum under ihe  foreshore and under the, water on the  lands in and opposite the following described 'ar.ds situate in Rupert District:  ��������� Commencing at a post planird on the  sea beach at high waier maik .it ihe intersection of.Sections 14 and 15, Townships, Fort McNeill Rupeit Ui.s ricij  thence north 55 chains iivie or !e-.-s to  high waler mark on lV.e.n;������- liMileoi I'urt  McNeill Harbor; theiw.e e.isteiiy i.luny  shoreline to intersectio.i of Section* 23  and 24. Township 2, thence southerly 68  r.hiin? more or less to i.iyh watei m.irk  or.'south shore of Port .McNeil!. Ilaibor;  thence westerly aloti{,r shore line 10 point  ol commencement. Romsij A. Laird.  K. IVJc-t, ay em  Dated this Ht day  of Sep cruber, 1911,  NOTICE ie horoby g.veo thut r-t tlw  utxt meetiiig of the BonrJ <>f Ljicei bt*  Commisjii neis of the Ci y o������ Cumber  la-d, I intend ti spy.y ior a  renewal of tho hot"l license luM liy me  for the Ntw England Hotel, sUu.'ited on  the east half of lot 3, i������ blcck 3, Cumberland Towrsite.  '   JAMES WALTERS.  Daied this 7'h day of Nov., 1911.  Comeutblookseto.  concreto ohimuoy  Mooks   a specialty.  Samples to bo seen  at MoKean &, Bis-*  coe's store, Courteu-  ay������ TLmtQt  S31'* l?or estimates aud partic-  ula'.s- wii'e J. Lawrcixi.-, Cumox,  11. (J.  Mr, Sim'iis will pivo Ich.soi.s  (0 ������the pi hid a iy fhw nt h- r nt,-  I (lilt v, MXcoiilTuondav.  I  8  \n  t  fn q >a  ta.-n  f\    Itt  Km     M53  5 M f 1  **i a ������   ���������  ������ O   jj     m  ������  Q   O      i)  |: i3   I  V   *i  a* ������  g      m  S.3  (U  5  mmm*M  m  "7\  I "V  1  8 j 3  fi   <t ta  n     r)  'A *    .  Sis it  Z ,a  ���������9 X P  11  a. A  to f  "u W d  r-l n v.  ���������0  9  Ul  c  i  i  Pi  8UIWOH1HE VOH TUK NKWS  QXLX O.N'JC DOLLAR A VKAU.  NOTICE  Anypoi'fion or poi'fions, cntliiig,  iviiioving or takiii<r any hlocka,  timber or wood, of any (.ciwiptiudn  joloiiging to tlio Wollington Col-  dery Co'y., or from or off tlio land  of tlio Raid'Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's  land will bo prosecuted to tlio full  extent ot tlio Jaw.  W. )i. COUL80N,  Genoral Manngor,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  MOVING ?  Pianos and  Freight, Wood and Goal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHAUDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5 7  Windermere Ave.  ORDKUS TAKEN  FOR NUT   COAL  TENDERS for kalsoinining  upper hallways in Cumberland  Public School, also tenders for  putting stairs to basement, For  particulars npply to any member  of the Hoard of School Trustees,  Address T. II. Carey,  Secretary  TAKE NOTICE that H. B. Mosby,  married womnn, of Victoria, B. C, in  toncja to apply for a licetiBO to prospoot for  coal and potroloum ou tho following described landN:���������Commoncing at a poBt  plau*od on the aouth'-wcflt oorhoi' of Seo-  tion 10, Rupert Difltriot, Malcolm Island,  tlio;ica oiflt 80 chaius, thonco ucnli TO  ohaiiifl, thonco wes!-. 80 oliniu^, tlicm0  south 80 chains to tho poiut of commute*. >  moat  Duiod 1! th dny of Mnroh, 1912.  IT. B. M0.31SY, Looitor.  Joso|li H,.Foji, Agent.  1.pi 21 rnySI  ������������#>���������������������������������*��������������������� ammaam mm*��������� amammmt-*mmaamamamaa*f  TAKK NOTiOK that E. Sib'oy, Otunog  grnphor of Viotoria, IJ. 0., i.itondn to opply for a liootiKO to prOB|irot for (Pul and  potrilum  ou   tho    ollo\vij������  doicri'icJ  la lis;���������Commodoing nt a post phin'.u 1 01  Uo north- oiittoomor of Sootion 'Jl,  Hu  port Diiitilot, Si tUoliu..Island, thenc i woi>l  80cliii'li8, tiiciH-o noith 80clmlii������, thoreo  oimt 80 ilialiiH, thon<;<i vouth 80  obait u to  tlio point of uommt)inH>in<-nti  .Da.oillltliduyof M-o-oh, 1912.  Vt. SIIILKY, I^cntor  Joseph ll, Foy, A'joi.t  iipl '21 myai  School I5oaid.  Apl 17-24  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diso ict of Rupurt.  TAKE not ce ihat F-ndora Moo L"e60ii  of Vancouvpr, B. O.    occupation 1 Widow,  i teuds to npi'ty f<>r peruau-i-m to purchase tho foi'owii g d soi-jjb d hn d : O' ra  m-noiug at fct a p bt planted   u'.'ouc   ono  milenortli  iiudiOclini a <ait of iheS. H  comer-of-Seo'.ion 4,���������T-wnthip���������8,���������thenc������-  ������' r:li 80clinin?, thence cits-; 80 clu.i o,  iliooce eouth 80 c'-min-',   thei.ee west  80-  chftins loi)lnoeo( co'.i.mi-nceineGt, cout*ui  mfj 640 acres, m--r������* it 1<i*s.  Sciibed on po.t EML'b S.W. corner,  EndouaMak Leiiws',  1) trOlaik, Age. t.  Dated Decomher llth, 1910.  HL'PERT LAND DISTRICT  Distn'c of Rppfir*-  TAKE FOriCf.    that  Ado'nida  Ester  Olark    Br..wn,   of   I)rook<ici<l    N.   Y,.  married womtiu. iulenclu to apply t. r por-  misuion to purchase tho followsng d������>niil>-  ed landu���������C immono ng at a poat planted  it aoutliwcdt conor of fi o'iiu  II), Tone  lup 9, thoni-o north   80  chaina,,   thenco  oabt 80 ohainH,   thenco   f.outh   80  chains  llu-nce webt 8U chains to pluuo of common-  ment containing C10 acres more or lots.  Soribod on poat A.E.C.Jt'uS.W. cor  Adelaidk Khtek t'r.Aiiic Brown.  I Jan tllark, ngenS  Dii'ed Decoir.bor 19th, lft 10.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles liies of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker inteiids lo apply for per  mifl8ion to purchase the following  described landsi���������Commoncing ut  n poet planted at i  post  lutwoon  Section 18k, Town.hip 9, and Scot-  ion 13, Township 20, thenco west 'IO  chaina, thenco south 40 chaini*,  thence wist <0 ohuiti", thence iouth  80 clitiitiHj.tl.eiu'e Mint '10 clmiiib,  ihence north '10 cliuitiF, tlienio enbV  U) clininp, thence north 8()ehiiine to  "pmcoof coimnor.con.cnt, contjiiuing  6-10 neri'H moro or kw  Bcriluid on pout RCRV N 10 cor.  lJlCllMONU (JIAIII.KH' IllhH,  Dan Clark, n^unt.  Dated Diconiburl!) li, 1010.  NOTKJE.  Riding on locomotive and rail  ray car* of the Union Colliery  Company l������y any  person   .ir  per*  itllitl'-'-llXi.'C.pl  lllih VAI'Vi ��������� i.. Htrictiy  proli������*l,������t<H'l.    EniployecB  're nil������-  5������*c ti<!i������������nii>*i;il for alliiwinp Jinn*  Hy order  W. I.  CiiUhSUN,  Guivi.il Muua^cr.  FORSALK���������20 neron of uiu  cleared land. Koiir miles from  Cninborland nnd ono milo from  Miiito fidiool, 'Npp'y Alox Hoin-  orville, I', i), IJox -f, Ciintiu'rlunil,  1,������l.'������VnTTniJ|l..l   T   ...1.   U     tfr.��������� r. >  * - -         t ,.       . ,      fc  HuquaHli, ll.C'., mill i mnnn^or, inlrivU  apply fir a Hcrnso to prnnprot f ������r e <s| and  notioloum   on   tho    following  doorlUnl  land :���������C' nimoi cinir at n pot plimUd on  tho ������iulh-oa������t Cfrner < f *������Mfl������n������  lit, Ii������*  pirt  DWrut     }[i\- 'r-t  I ta -1.   ������l"n'fl  wm'ftOo'nifn,  thonna north H>  n ������hi������,  tllAHUi imh*;   hii clM'lm.    llfiii-o   roiit'i   bllj  0li������!ii������ to llio point i-f. iitiiiiirncoinf'.it.       j  Dated lltli dsy������f Marili, Iflltf.  JOSKIUI I!   FOV, iwtar.  apl'.Mm: .11  TAKK NOTK'K thnt J. V. Mi why, oi  Viotorin, IJ 0 , .Secret try, inn ink to apply for a liot-iiHo to | rns|trot for conl ami  petroleum on (ho foil iwnu iiewirilicil  laudss���������Conimonoing nt n pout plnntfd nn  the noi th*wcst corner of Seition 17, Uu-  p������t DUtriot, Malo'ilm Tot aid, t'lcicc  Houth 80 chainp, tlunco oml 80 chi i u,  Uicuc.1 uoitll 80 chaiim, tht mio wo������t Ht)  chitlni In thn-point nt cnmmciiMit.pti''  Dated 1 Uh dny of Mn>ch 1012.  J, V, M0SBY. I/walor,  Josiph U. Poy, Ai.������it.  apl 21 my :il  RUI'KUT LVNI) DlSJltlCJT  Diftrict of llupi'it,  TAKK NO LICK thut KAmri Dili*,  t Hin^liiiiiitiii. NY. (.i.tul.iii!iii,iii't! dn ti.  apply for pi>rn.ixni(>*t In pnrrh&n' tlio fnl.  lowing dt'icrihcd JiiiiiIk;���������Ct.iiiru-r.diniM nt  i p ht | huUd 'J iiiilci iviht of Iho  nouth cimt (Kunir nf Sm i^.u *.'l( Thai j hi i  '20, ihi'itce Wuft 811 cluri.-, tin lit* iioul Ii  80 ohuiiiH, IhoiK'iHiim Ml olminK, tfifir u  11' nh HU <*ln,rn t"pl>i'i iifi!nnurn,'..?������iiiit.''tl  IVMttt I.  Ill" ft'll ,1'fPU    IllfitV <tr 1   .<������  SjiiIimI ������n pohI Kl)'n N.K, cormr,  l.liv. AlUl l'*i .-.I.,  ])mi CJni'k, A gout.  Datnl > omlwr'IOlli, HIIO.  takk:Vf>nr-,wii������.i  n   n. Myi-^  V o'.oiia, I', L'., Aco.untMit. in'ai.da to apply for a  li'-eimti to pro<|i*<!( for conl and  poUok-i.in  on    the  foil- wing  dtticrib d;  lands:���������(! inino cii������(������ at a pout pbi I ���������<! r,������j  tho umilh-Mt'.t onrii- r of  8 ctbn If]   I!u- *  p������it Z>iMlri.!������, M.h-Kilm  I.I.nd. thr-i-r n>l '  tC Olmin , * is* Itfio nr tl������������ W) chains,   |h������- 0*> j  ������->.t   w>   efninn,   (Jjnic    v c<it ft'O ul ������t'i.-.,  tin.iu;a null) hi) dun ti 11 thn \mnt i.l c m  mincfttnent,  f>st#<l Mtli.Uyol M*rlt, 1912.  !>. I)   MV1R. I.m'.l r  J.ttyh II. Fo), A*#ut-, i   UfclltlMI  ������pl iif iny ill  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES1  t  AH nil  KITCHFN . f/'IFNSIf S ���������  Sportsmcns Goods ;  General Hardware  fy*-*f**ma**f\h*fymS\***  t  \ $HE >TKWR. CTTMTCF/?*r,ANI), "K. a  Rotation of Crops  "The rotation of crops is one of the  three essentials to any agriculture  worthy of name. Our low average  yields is due to the -antiquated system  all too prevalent of raising tho same  crop indefinitely on the same land until it has been worn out or so reduced  until the owne? is in danger of poverty. There*is no exaggeration in the  could be made two-fold what it is by  statement tliat our farm production  the mere application of more careful  methods without any extensive cultivation whatever."���������-James J. Hill.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  lour druggist will refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT  tails   to   curo   any   caaa  ol  itching,   Blind,   Bleeding  or    Protruding  flics ui H to U days.     60c.  Experienced mothers say  Zam-Buk is best for children's injuries and skin  troubles, because:  It is herbal���������no poisonous  mineral ..coloring.  It is antiseptic���������prevents  cuts and burns taking the  wrong way.  It is soothing���������ends pain  quickly.  It heals every time.  Just as good for grownups.  Sold at all stores and  druggist*.  MmmLm  Whatever might he said to the discredit of Chinese war methods, they  have been killing no one but Chinamen.  A  SAFE   MEDICINE  FOR  LITTLE ONES  The Prodigal's Sin  A young New Haven man,'reluming home from a health trip to Colorado told his father about buying a  silver mine for $8,000. "I knew they'd  vopo you-in!" exclaimed the father.  "So you were ass enough to buy a  humbug mine."  "Yes, but I didn't lose anything. ��������� I  formed a company and sold half the  stock to a Connecticut. man i'or $7,-  000.".  "Y-you did!" gasped the old man,  as he turned white. "I'll bet I'm the  one who bought it,"  "I know you are," coolly observed  the young man, as he-crossed his  legs and tried to appear, very much  at home. , .-<���������'������������������  It Bids Pain Begone.���������When neuralgia rack? the nerves or lumbago  ~ci-lTrple^th~^liirclr1r"th'e~tim"e~to^esir  the virtues cf Dr. Thomas' Eelectric,  Gil. Weir rubbed in it will still the  pain and produce; a sensation of ease  and rest. There is nothing like it ac  a liniment for its curative properties  are great. A trial of it will establish  faith in it.  "Before we were married," sighs the  fond wife, "you used to call ino up  by long-distance telephone just to hear  .my voice." "Well," retorts tho rebellious husband, "nowadays you don't  let me got far enough from you to use  the long-distance."  English engineers havo succeeded  In building a paper-making machine  Ihat will turn out' 050' feet of newspaper  175 Inches wide, a minute  THE WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS  0| THE WORLD'S DIGESTION  /     V. __  Front the captain of industry to the  hod carrier���������from milady in the auto to  the woman with the scrubbing, brush���������  the accomplishments of every ,bnc of us  depend absolutely on the accomplishments of our stomach's, Hacked hy a  Rood iligesliou, ii man cuh give the best  that is in him. When his stomach fails,  he becomes u weakling.  To'this loss of power no one need  submit. Right habits of eating,  drinking, sleeping and exercise, aided  liy Nu-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet!!, will  restore and tuniiiUiin the full effidency  of the liutiutn mind and body.  Na-Dm-Co Dyspepsia Tablets contain  the active principles needed for the  digestion of every kind of food, They  go to the -assistance of the iVookoned  fctomucli, and enable tho sufferer, right  from the start, to assimilate ami get the  benefit of tlio food catc-n, Willi this  assistance, the digestive organs regain  their tone, nml soon the Use of the tablets  js no longer necessary.  Jf your stomach is" not working pro-  perly, try Na-Dru-Co Dy.spepsiii Tablets,  S'ic. at your druggist's, Nnlionnl Drug  uud Chemical Co, of Canada, limited,  Montreal. ur  Baby's Own Tablets are a safe  medicine for little ones���������the mother  may feel suro of that. They are sold  under an absolute guarantee of a  government analyst not to contaHi  narcotica or other harmful drugs���������  they cannot possibly do harm���������always good. Thousands of mothers  wlio have used them can vouch for  this and once a mother has used  them for her little ones she always  keeps then! in the house. The Tablets quickly relieve and cure all the  minor ills of babyhood and child-  ho6d. They sweeten the stomach', regulate the bowels, expel ..worms'* break  tip colds and make baby healthy, happy and fat. They are sold by medicine dealers or, by mail at 25 cents a  box from TTle Dr. Williams'. Medicine  Co.. .Hrockviile, Out.  In addition to equipping her Hed  Cross corps with ordinary mot'ar. cars  to enable surgeons to respond quickly  to calls for aid, Italy will add motor  ambulances for clearing battlefields  of wounded men.  ADVENT OF THE TRAIN AGENT  A New System of   Collecting    Fare3  Adopted by the G. T. P.  A new system-of collecting tickets  and fares is now being successfully  operated on the Grand Trunk Pacific  Railway which is not only businesslike, bu������ convenient for the passengers. The train conductor has now  nothing at all ato do with the handling  of tickets or cash. His business, as  is the case of a ship's captain, is-purely to manage his train and all the officials who operate it. His' authority  is absolute. The tickets and fares are  all collected by an.official corresponding to the pursuer of the Mor'chantile  Marine, who is kndwn as "train-  agent", and whose only duty is to look  after the fares. The editor of,*tne  "Vankleek Hill Review" has this to  say of. the G. T. P. train agent: "Ui  is an official that was new to me and  I was particularly interested in him  because of his extreme politeness to,  and consideration for, his passengers.  In the West today the "train agent"  steps up io you and makes a pleasant  remark upon the weather, or bids you  "the time of day." -'h1 concludes with,  "Your ticket, please." .Ho waits patiently unRl he gets it and then.-invariably says "Thank you."' If you  are going far on the train he will< tell  you about, the hour you'will get to  your journey's end. It your trip is  short he will tell you two, three or  four stations, as the case may be and  hand you a hat cheek.  '. "I watched, the first "tra'n !������><*���������" i-"-  I travelled wm. lid. ..:��������� treated every  passenger in the car in the same courteous manner. t It was pleasing to set1  it, and I tell you it nlpased the travellers a mighty sight better than the  old time poke in the ribs,  "Later I travelled; on a local'train  between Watrous and Winnipeg, and  I determined to watch if all "train  agents" on the G. T. P. were as polite  as the first one I saw. I was not.  doomed to disappointment. He was  even more courteous and considerate  to every ."passenger."- , ,*������������������  A Real Asthma Relief. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has never  been advertised by extravagant statements. Its claims are,, conservative  indeed, when judged by the cure's1  which it pel-forms. Expect real relief  and permanent benefit when you buy  this remedy and you will not have  cause for disappointment.- It gives  permanent relief in many cases where  other m> called remedies-have utterly  failed.  The First Consideration  She.���������This place doesn't agree with  me. ���������'    *.'���������*. -'.'  ** '..-  lie.���������Why don't you leave?   ,  She.���������Why. Fido has gained a pound  since_wa_camo_hera.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  The son of the English Prime Minister is no,t following his father's footsteps, having begun a business career  liy making a study of Argentina and  its people. Tho present Conservative  leader had a business training for his  political position.  c/*-  *^&-  .^v^  ff  MOONEY  ISCUIT  ARE     THINN  Industrial Accidents in January, 1912  There were S6 fatal and 214 nonfatal industrial accidents recorded by  by the Department of Labor during  January, 1912. This is a more favorable showing than in the corresponding;-month of 1911, but less favorable  than in December, 1911. Twenty-three  men were killed in the railway service  and fourteen in mining. Of the nonfatal accidents, the largest number  was also,in the railway service, namely, fifty-six, and the second largest in  the metal trades namely, 51. The  most serious disasters of the month  ���������were the derailment of a wrecking  train by a snowslide near-' Revelstoke,  B.C., in which a brakeman and three  ���������������Mt'i^fflg5r^?'6t'^'kill-Bd-rand-'a-'prema-  ture explosion of dynamite on Canadian Northern construction work north  of Nipigon, Out., by which two laborers were killed and five injured. A  fireman and if brakeman were killed in  a head-on collision near Brockvllle,  Ont.  Well, Well!  THIS ii* HOME DYE  Ihat ANYONE  , con use  SMIofsk Gum  aulckly ������tops coughs, curat colds, lieal.t  Ilia Ibruat und limits ���������      35 trnls.  Making a Backbone  If it is true, nswc are convinced  it is, thfit "Agriculture is tlie backbono  of nations," then it is time that, tho  brainiest; and most energetic young  men of all nations should ho sont to  agricultural colleges lo study farm  science and farm management.  How Chickens Avoid Cold Fe:t  ilumans are not tho only ones who  aro afraid of "cold feot" nowadays  according to Farnior William Broil-  non, of West Pittsburg, ou tho Sin-  benvllle pike, Of lute tho cliiuiHi'loo.H  and hens of his farm yard ha".- IVmnd  a method of clrcumventiiig i-.v.'.i v.cither with tho nld of Lie s.K'Mi.  #nn a recent cold spell Hronncn was  surprised to,seo Iho chickonti und  roosters using th. sheep as chnrgers,  riding Ihem about and oociiBlunully  (llBinoinitlng to pick up a grain of  corn. Then again thoy would mount  nnd lie clone, liko a jockey during u  race. Ilo (.Uncovered that the chickens  snuggled up In tho sheops' wool to  keep wiiriii nnd dug thoir toes into  IlieU- bucks lo lump them front free/.-  liig off. They rldo the sheep from ono  stable to another sen robing for food.  Pcllcoiunn���������-How many people wove  lu the our that run over you.  Violin).��������� W-liiif's llio population of  iho United KtiiioH'.'  Mlnarcls Liniment for sale everywhere  Cost of Living Unprecedentedly High  The Department of Labors price  record for January shows the general  price level the highest known probably  within the present generation, certainly since the early eighties. Since  the middle o������ June last a pronounced  and continuous upward movement lias  been in progress, and though thero  was a short breathing spell iu Decern  bor, January.' now shows tho highest  levol of all. Tho Departments hid ex  number which 'Is based on the observation of fluctuation b. in 261 commodities selected for their representative  character rose to 131.0 in January,  that is, general prices woro !*ll per  cont hlg.hor in that month than was  the average for the decade 1890-1809,  which is taken by,tho Department iih  tho standard- of comparison in constructing its niimbor. Compared with  prices in 1897, the lowest year in the  past; quarter century, prices are now  at, least i'i per cont. higher. Tho  recent rise is particularly serious  from tho cost of living standpoint in  us much as it is due to industrial expansion hnving enhanced the prlco or  materials, while tlio reported shortage in tho worlds crop htiR prod"-���������'  a like effect on flic price of foodstuffs,  That makes them neater, crisper, daintier, more appetizing":  The one biscuit good enough to take the place of your own baking,"  Fresh as the biscuits from your own oven,  Think what that means! Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on tho porch  or in the parlor.   Time to do the little knick-knacks that have been neglected.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  Are tho creamiest, crispest crackers made.  They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg-  right at your very door.  Use MOONEY'S and  bo  sure  of a  biscuit  that  is  absolutely fresh; a biscuit that will satisfy the family,.  In tempting packages or sealed tins  as you prefer.  "LET MOONEY DO IT"  No More Worry  Two young women havo   .become  tellers in a Boston bank.   It will be  perfectly natural for tliein to tell.  ���������-All-thc-oars-used���������in t.ho__._.British_  navy are maade ot white spruce grown  in the Queen Charlotte Islands, off tho  coast of British Columbia.  So hn claims to be the only perfectly umpire in the game? On what does  ho-base the claim?"  "He says he's always abused by both  sides instead of by only one."  LARGE PROFITS IN MAKING BRICK  131-icks can bo mado trom Clay, Slialo  or Sand. X^ull Information upon request  The-Berg Machinery Mfo. Co., LlmltttJ,  Toronto, Ont.  ARLINGTON CHALLENGE  W ATER| RO 0 F;| OL L A R S  '*, ,c,-o the'be^t, eye'r maclo"anci. arc ",  ,-���������*. 'guaranteed tp-'giye "yo.uj'safi'fsiac--, ;.,.,���������  ���������"',,,',1'tipn.'.'.'At,fill dealers ^r'send'us 25c, "iff  -..v'v 5181109'style eind. sue required,   ,;���������'  . 58 FraswAve.,'Toronto,'���������*Ontario; >  < REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AUD CHILD,  -~     sm  ���������  ,   : CUMIi  AW.AYSnll PAIN; CUkKS WIND COMO, nnf  is tins host remedy for DIARKHUtA, It in i!.t  solutcly linriiileKM. He sure nnd iihIs for 'Mm,  WIusIow'b Soothing Syrup," nud take no alitor  kind.  TwcntY'fwc cents a bottle.  n������������i.iiw        it  l������l������! W in.* \\Y  nmnuill V*i  dijed ALL fltcse  ^p-fil^ DIFFERENT KINDS  imJ *������������������--      of Goods  ''.pSmP;' U,i"i *hc SAME Due.  1        I used  CLEAN and SIMPLE io Ui������e.  KO(linnri-r,|utlii|rtlitWllO\(;i>v������l.������ili>(.ni>,lt  inn'Iim I... i,Inf. Alliolnn Irom ,mi, limuji.i or  ll'tltr. I lll.|.i:.il,.r Cud jihI M DUV ll.M.tiUi 10,  llio Jkilinti'ii lliilinfilx.ii t.....    .in.iif.i, Mci.h ,������l.  The 1VIfin Oram covers (iS,fi(i(l,inili  Hiiunri' niilofi, tin- Atlniitli' 'Jii.doo.oiio  uud the Indian, Arctic and Antiurtic  ���������i :* ,00(1,000.  t'oniH t'liiiHo miifih imti'iu'lnu-. hut  Ilolloway's Corn Ouro ol'ldrs a sii^edy,  biu-e, and -siitliifiH-loi-y relief.  An. iniodiuuilod Siuilolitiinii iiiiuhi ,t  fovtiuip. Out* dny ho mid nu ih:i|iiiiIii!-  niiiMj win-o titllvlu/.',', when lli<* lnti. r  Htild to old Diini.'iiu;  "Huy DiincMii, yon don't know ny  on������h to ko III whon it rains,    Why,  ,,,,.   , ;::''    ������������������"���������'���������ll   ":"'''   'I'li'd' "  "It-ii-i'-d," nald liuiionii,  "I mil you. you don i Kiuiv. .in.Miiiir..-,,  Why, if you luid to miell lo malic .; il*.���������  tup:'you'd lmve bfon dfiid ye.iVii in; 'i.  I'll ho! vou n hundred you cant vpeil  'blid"* '  "I'll I:i!:e vo" finlol.lv roidi.'d Pii'i-  i an.  Afior l.hf.1 monoy wns jiut un, D.iniini  Bltid     "U-I-Hl."  -That uln'l Iho way you !;>.'!U\1 ii  tlio  I'ii-Ki   tlmo."  ."I v.Wniv hotlIn' thon,"  V/. N. U. No. A33  Mr. V.'. I-', DrnniiH-; who !,- v-"!-':u..'  llio Kronti'*it llvini! olmorvor of "hIhhii.  In." .nI.-iim," Iiiih ri'ci'iilly huiiuiiiiI up  hi.i obfiorvnthiMH I'ul' Iho p.nit forty-  five yoiii-ti with tliofii- roHiilts; Dui-Iiik  tlif llrnt !'l\' months of tho year an  uvrr:u;o of ffs iuoIimu-h au lioiir onn  In- iioeir. al the ninl nf .tuly Uie av.-i-  i������i;o b<-!',liv,J tu SiK'fa^o. and nMalin;  IM iimslniiiin on Aii������u..i Huh, v.Iicu  the ituinhfr <n hour H o,>i, r������ >i>* aver-  nRo nuiiiboi- nu hour for tho entire  vf.-ir Is '.M.  RINGING THROUGH  BONAVENTURE CO.  SPLENDID WORK DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS ARE  DOING  Mm. Norman L. Dow Tolls What Thoy  Have Done for Her-���������Pooplo* Tnlshfl  of Them on Every Sid'*  Tort Danlol Wont, Jlou i.vont.iU'o Q,\,  Quo,, (Hpooliil).���������Bonn vent uro County Ih I'inuliii,' Willi Iho ui'oiit work  dono by Dodd'H Kldnoy l'ili>:. nnd on  ovory Kldo iiooplo uro to,Hi!:;' tholr  uolyiithiii'ii of nchoH rollo'Td nnd i!Ih  ourod by Iho Rroiii. ('luuidlnii Kidney  roiiiiidy, To tlio ,m;uMi of cvldonoo  nlrmidy iiuIiIIhIioiI Im now nddod thnt  of .Mm, Norman 1*. Uow of UiIh placo:  "l c;iu loooiiiniond-Dodd'H Kidney  I'lllii iih nn i'M'o||ont roniody for riton-  liuiihuu iiml imlpluittoii of tho heart,"  mild Mrn. How. "A fl or iihIii,*;* ono bn.\  I wn������ greatly biuiolliod."  li...|,l',.   i������'ifinnv   IMIlit  fiivn  vlwnmnl-  ' i'uu and palpitation of iho houvl, ho-  I'llllhii  111 v >   luilli  ,.:inf  nilln   i in   i-anu  I'liiiHo--Iiiiiuiro blond. Jhuld'.i Kldnoy  Pi'l'i iiiiilif iho kliliicyn rluht, nml  whon llio lililiioyn uro vliilu thoy  Ht ri* In all Iho poiron nnd linpinitloH  nnf ol' thn. htiidd. Curo iho lildnoyti  with lUiild'tt Miiucy I'iiim uiiu .\uii  niii'f havu Hiioh dlUf'iinfiH itrt'-vlioiUllill-  Ism or palpitation <A tho ht-ari.  A Deep One  "CohIi nil homUick!" Mcluimod iUo  ' iii-H< tnrnvr. "iiln'i ynr rlniolr wm or  yet'.'    J fow doop havo yor noiicV"  -Hour n hundred fool." ivplh-d iho  olli'-r phioldly.  "Au' ain't yo iliiU'QiiruMcd','',  "O! : ilimiift. 1 can't my I aln'i vol-  Hiu; filoitn' wi-ll."  Itrtlijitt Mildioi'M lu Tripoli havo Imm'H  oni'-rliilnoi! by ciiifUUUoKrapl.K of  iin-.r lainlu . nnd t.tstt Un.ni.i at  homo, provldod by order of tho coin-  inandlni; Konoral.  When Your Eyes Need Care  Try Murine K.vft llomcuy. Nn Smurtliiir���������Foci*  iriiic���������AetM (Jiilnlily. 'l'ry It ior Hi><l, Wcivli,  WiUory l!yp������ mul Hi'timilnlei! Kycllilw. llluu-  Initi'il Iloolt lu PiuOt I'aiil.iiprn. Miii'liui la  i'(iiii|;oimilnd hy imr Oi'iillslii--tuit ii"l,ali'iit, Mini-  leliu)" ���������Imt- liscil In siicn'.ihi'iil I'liyMiMiinti' Vine.  tlmi for mivny j'onrs, Nuiv ili'dli'iiltul to llio 1'nb-  ll������ nml Hiilit hy DruiiitlNis m vfio mul WJo iim'Jlnitl������,  Murlno l<!yn Hiilvo In ANttptlu 'I'libcs,.I'Ihi nmt me,  Murlno Eyo Remedy Co^ Chloaao  12  lOk'Riinl. KiiHtui' 1'oHt  CiivUh, lioiuiUflilly lltho-  Krnphod In oolorrt nml  ilnlily ' oniboHHiifl with  Kohl, Tho POST CARD  CO., Toronto, Ont,  10  ,C  ,:*j.������������������j  GRAY HAIR  THE PLOW THAT PROVES ITS WORTH  This la our now inoilel "Doulilo , Uall GiiliR Plow." Kvoiy  fnrniei' who ordovH ono of thoso riow.s is nsked to Inko it out hi  llio field und tost It. Wo oxiioct him to compnro Its work with  that of nny -othor lilKli-jjrnda Plow, and wo louvo our Plow to  to speak for llHolr. Ton duya of this kind of tost under actual  working oonditlon.s ounht to brim; out tlui good liolnts, or tho bad'  points of tiny Plow. Aftor worlUni,' our Plow for ion tluva, li!  any farinor tlilnk.s ho Ih not Kotlliitf a thoroughly Rood Plow,  nnd at a prlco that suvos hlui monoy, wo don't want lilm to keep  It. If ho nays ho would rather return It, wo will tako tho Plow  ort IiIh haiHlH, will glvo lilm back tho��������� pureliB.Ro l"'0" In full; and  will nay tlio freight both ways on tlio roturnod lJlow.  Thin is tho J'lAM'ON way of doing- biiHlnos.s���������an nbnoluloly  fnir and Hctuitro deal by whloh no custonior oan pohhIIiIv loso.  Idoflt pooplo will ngroo that hik-Ii nn offor In bottur by l'nY than  tho ordinary Boo-boforo-you-huy propoHltlon. ���������'SoeJriB "in bo.  llovlug"--ONLY bollcvlng. liut to Inst au artlolo Ih td'PltOVK'  II. boyoml doubt, nnd llio HAT ON PLOW is Ti.lK PLOW THAT  1TIOV1-JS ITS  WOUTH. ���������  Wo uro piirtloularly mrxlous that ovory farmer plmuid know  that, ho Ih hui'o In buyln������ PIowh from uh. Put that Is not tho ���������  ob lot roanou wny wo oxpoot IiIh order. Tbo ohlof roawon ih tlio  Plow llHolf. It i������ a ronuirkably good Plow, 'l'ry It. yoarsoU' and  bo coiivlnofid. Annther voiihoii la our low prloo. Wo well for oimh  rllroat to tbo farmer. That oxplaliiH why our Clang Plow gelto at  $05,00, and a Hulky of tho minui pattern at $43.00.  DO YOU NEED A GOOD PLOW?  , If ko. wrlto im nnd addroKH your letter to Dopnrtniont -It.  '1V1I uh what Htylo and nlno of Plow you want, ami wo will glvo  you full partloulai'H and nhow you oxaotly what tho IMow  will ooHf nftor you havo paid tho I'rolght. Our Plow Ih a good ,  ouo, nml our IiiihIuohh motlioflH nro po straightforward thut  any I'arnior who needs a Plow will ilnU our offer woll worth IiIh  careful oiuiHldoratlon. Wo lmvo a Hlock of ropnlfH for all our Im.  plomoulH. If nny pari of mi 10ATON ImplmiieiiPSjronks booiuiHC  of ili'foel, wo will roplaoo it froo of eharuo.  WHEN WRITING PLEASE   ADDRESS   DEPARTMENT   41.  r,;-.  _^1  **T. EATON C9,  MNNIPpQ     , ^_  UMITEt*  SAUAQA.  1  Dr, Tromnln'8 Natural Hnlr Rentor.v  live will jiiiHlllvoiy roNloro gray hah' lo  ttm natural onlor, und keep It ho, It Ih  ���������not it ball-.'dyo and will not Injure tho  Hi-alp. Hn I lnl notion guarantooil or monoy I'oruniloil. Prloo, ono dollar, Hint  pont jial'l.   Addri'HH Tho Tromnln Supply  Co  nt jial'l.  ...I>i'Pt.  "W.ll.l'." Pox W, Torunl  IS12A3ES OF MBN���������DR. DIOAN,  speciallat, r- Collcgo St., Toronto.  WHAT ARE YOUR  KIDNEYS FOR?  a*f-m  GRR  ATLANTIC  Ci\  ^TEAMSMIPS-vJ  Weekly   Qnlllnija   to   nnd   From  Liverpool.  Prepaid P.iBBfl_s_  GREAT  DHITAIN,  HttLAND,  SCANDINAVIA,  CONTINENTAL POINTS,  To  All Railway Station*  Manitoba, Alberta, Siikatchewair,  British Columbia.  At lowest rr.iou.   Kor voaorvationii,  tlckotu, dotalls, ioo local atoms or  wtltn  J. 8. Caldor, Oen'l Aflent, Wlnnlpeo  |6  ������tnnt mitTcrliiK rndlnn  lu  Tlio nlti������riintlvi������, wlimi tlio  InkoDH.dUUK'H 8WMKT  tlicm hcnllliy for tlio fuluro.  THK MAK I IN, UULt Oi V������ ���������������������������������; OV/,,  To filter polnonoiii ilehlii nnd wnntft mfttlnr from tht  Hyntpm, What Ilmtincnii if tho klduiiyi nro not in  piufmit oomlitionV They ennnot |ir(in������rly filter llio  poisons from ������hn blood, Whnt thon? Tirol bnoknclipn,  pnlnn In the ioliiU nnd musclon, frrf|iicnt liitadanlipii,  thim npotH boforn llio nyt't, rluiiimntlo pnlnn, tli������i������  tlironlo kidnny illmmmi in wlilfllt���������ftt jront nxpotmo  - only teiiumrnry rollof can   oo   hnd.   I'iimlly, con-  tiffninttini (Iouth.    kliliinvK IimjIii to wnrit of tliMr unlionltliy condition, i������ to  ' MTtlt: IMM.S.   Tlmy will hflln thn   kldin-yn   nad   kcop  Bold tiverywhoro nt fifty lonli n box or iimilud dlrcot by  **..*,i%..im.m. f*     m. * m, . Mt .  ������f������litt������ir*.*Mi������ wniMMM  (ft.  f  I,  V  mmm_  __E_jjjs____i____a  IIIKu^ilJIIWH  The Cost  Johnson.���������My wlfo hnd a rpioor nc������  oldont bol'ull hor tho othor day. Ah  oho wuh walking nioni; thu hi root u  inuii'ii liut||hlow off mul Htrncic hor In  tho nyo. It coBt mo ton ilolhua for  tho iloctor'M bill."  DobHon.���������Oli, tlml'ri nothing! My  Vm?0 wim wolklng nloiiR tho Htreot tho  othor wook, ftml ns nho par-Hcil it nilh  liiu-r'.. hho|> a bonnet lu tlm window  ?,tn������'l������ lior ''yo, nnd It cost mo nr.  '.������������������.���������en (lollnr.".  A New Recipe  A|. nn oxaiiilnallon ot nuri-o.-. iho  yoilllf,' ifU'l' wiih liHkoil by Iho phyjtl.!  olnn, "Whiit \v";,l'hl yon ilo to i-uro u|  oohl in the IioniU*' 1  f.tu vvpiua: "X v.'uuhl put r.'j' f"^ '  in hut wnter unill you wciw iu piotu^ <  liorwiilrttllou." I  At a Northern Meetlno  IIIh LonlHhlp.���������Ho you hiickotl Hon-  ulo Jiiiu.lo nt twt'iity to ono, ua I luld  j uu in, on;  Aiulrow.-~A'nt vena ploimcil lo suy  I ilhh your LonlBlilp.  IIIh I.ordHhlp.���������1 mippoHo you'll  plunijo tho noxt tlmo I glvo you a  tip?  Anilrow.���������A'm uu wir* fiuro, my Lord, i  slio only won by n nhort bond, I  "For unoilncH3>itUo, wluit lmvo yon (  Pint tlmt big ut'iiK-iiiilr iu tho liiichoii ;  for?"   || >  'Tfir p.'t to nit In al nliihtf.   Blslor'.i \  itiirtod oiiioi'ianlntj hoc bcjiu in tho j  parlor una I it." \  Iniovloallnu Huuiuri havo boon mad* )  ''���������nm tho onp ������>t iho biroii, iho wlllmv, ������  ilk- pt'>,iU' untl ,,u' ^ycniMori1. | THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C.  I  PAINTING  WINONA  *m   ,m  ������������������  ��������� ������������������m  It Drove the Man She Loved  to Declare Himself.  By ETHEL-HARRINGTON.  Against the autumnal yellow nnd  crimson glory of tho maples tho girl's  golden hnlr and dull red dress mado a  harmonious picture. Wilfred Clay,  artist, brought his wheel to a sudden  stop, wondering if ho over had Keen  anything so exquisite beforo. Surely  it was toward this that ho hnd been  Journeying, this wonderful breathing  picture. Already ho mentally planned  the blcndings of madder and lakes, of  chromes uud yellow, to reproduce the  charm ns, steadying his wheel against  a reck, he climbed tbe bank.  sively be whispered a suggestion, a  ! hint for their mutual benefit.   At first  ! she made no sign of baring heard, but  1 little by littlo sbo grow calm and as  be finished caught eagerly at his hands.  |    "You are right, of course!" she cried,  "Who ever won anything by moping?"  When sho retired Clay sat lost in  meditation.  "It's playing with fire, but  the picture's worth it," wns his verdict.  From that night tho girl's demeanor  changed. During tho long autumn days  sho posed for tho painter beneath tho  maples and chatted, gayly with him at  dusk on the porch, but always where  her red gown might bo seen by ono  passing on tho road. Her mother smiled  knowingly  at  tho  neighborly  gossip  that reached bqr oar  Mcnnwhilo tho picture grow, and  Clay knew it wns tho best he ever had  dono, though tho exquisite tints of-tin)  girlish fnco wero his despair, and the  sweet companionship caused tho memory ofa certain compact to dim.  , Knch day tho young farmer passed  a-nd repassed, and tho moro depressed  ho sceuiod Iho moro gayly Winona's  j laugh pursued him on his way,  "Is thero any place near by where I  can put up for a few days?" he In-  , quired, standing bareheaded before the  vision.  "Folks sometimes slay at tbe farmhouses."  "Any you particularly recommend?"  "None," was the laconic answer.  Tho young fellow laughed, noting the  discontent that dimmed ihe girl's real  beauty. "How about that one?" Indicating a red chimney .that showed  among the trees.  "I live there." It's no worse than the  irest."  "It has attractions that the others '.  lack," he declared gallantly, but tho  coihpliment flew wide of its aim. "Will  you   accompany  me   to   present  my,  cause?" ' |  Silently the girl acquiesced, keeping I  a littlo in advance; then', suddenly  ���������waiting for him to join her, she began  to talk rapidly. Her eyes never wavered from tho advancing figure of a  man, a farmer from his dress, who  ���������with a switch lashed moodily at tho  goldenrod and passed without a word,  tho rising color above the loose collar  alone betraying his consciousness of  their presence. After he had gone the j  girl fell again into silence. j  She left the artist on tho wide porch j  and sent her mother to interview the  stranger. Clay promptly accepted tho  terms and was soon" smoking in homelike ease, wondering how'he might  persuade tho girl to let him paint ber,  his fingers already itching to be at  .work.  During supper, which he shared with  tho family, Clay endeavored to draw  v^nona-ho had discovered that to be   iier_,_uamerTlnto,���������.c.ouyersation._but���������slie,  repelled .such advances with monosyllables.    One of her brothers chaffed  Jicr on her ill humor, arousing tier to  .sharp   ret&rt,   whereat   he   laughed  roughly.  "Fortune's soured sis's temper. Fun-  ��������� ny how somo folks can't stand good  ���������luck."  Later Clay found her lcauihg against  tho trellis where the vinos still clung.  "I   congratulate  you   on   being an  heiress.   Independence is not tho least  gift thnt riches confer."  The girl raised hor head rebelliously.  "Why should Aunt Liza give mo her  money? I don't want it. I hardly  ever saw her and cared loss. What  right had she to spoil my lite?" lice  .voice vibrated with resentment, and a  low whlstlo escaped Clny.  "Truly an unusual view to tako. If  you aro in troubio possibly I can help  you.   I'd llko to try." *  Winona shook her head, "Guess no  ono can."  "What about tho fellow we met?"  'A chance shot, but it mndo tho color  Biirgo palnfniry to tho girl's face,  j though sho kept silent.  "I stayed over lo paint n picture,"  ,proccodt<d tho artist, abruptly changing iho topic. "I'm going to try for  tho rlollng-splendor of u Now England  fnll, nnd-I want you in tho shadow of  tho niaples-Just as you woro today."  "If It depends on mo you may as  ,ivoll glvo iii> $'0,111" picture."  "It would menu a groat deal to wo,"  "I don't hold with such," returned  tho girl lucllll'orently and wont Indoors.  Musing, Clay continued to pull at his  Drier. It took a good deal to dlRCOtir-  ago lilm, Tho subject wns an Inspiration. Uo would paint now as before  le only dreamed of doing.  But ns tho week passed lio found  himself no uoaror bis object. Wluonn,  who now conversed on ordinary topics, was dumb when "lio advanced tlio  ploluro, nor did ho gain In her coull-  donco regarding lior personal affairs.  It was from her mother, Mrs. Eager,  that ho Ion rued tho facts.  Previous to lior nunt'H death Wluonn  Iind "kept compnny"-tlio local ttliras*  lng for courtship-with Keith Adams,  but thoro hnd been uo formal engage-  ment, for which fact tlm mother now  rojolcod, ns with hor lniprovod pros-  poets tho girl might do much better.  Mrs. Engcr herself hnd privately nd-  ministered somo broad hints to tho ns-  plrlng farmer, whk'h ho hud apparently accepted. Did Winona euro? Well,  Aim supposed that Winona thought oho  ,11,1 "I,,,, ..l.n ,...,., ,.,,,,,..��������� r.^,.���������l, ������<>, Iwirn  m.U,   ������t,l.   ~*������V     it ��������� ������������������>  j -ti***tl    l-.i^���������t,m    *^    1#"������V  a fliw.cn fttnelnn before oomlnR Into control of her money. It wiih her duty to  marry well and help hor brothers nud  ���������Mora.  "I'm told you nre not ambitious," remarked Clny thut evenltm. canning Winona to flare up unexpectedly.  "I want nothing but to ho lot alone.  If I had the money now I'd glvo It to  you, to any one, who'd go away and  never let mo hear of It again." Her  volco choked suddenly, and, covering  Iier tnco, mho sobbed with an abandon  and passion Hint Clay never had seen  ���������before.  Ho felt uncomfortable, llko all men  whon confronted with women'a tenr*.  Hut he wanted to help her. Above all  thing* ho wanted hid picture.   Inipul-  One njprnlng Clay was putting finishing touches on the foliage when a  shadow darkened his canvas. Glancing up, especliug Winona, who was to  join him. he encountered tho angry  gaze of Keith Adams. For a moment  neither spoke; then all tho pentup  jealousy and rago broko forth iu the  lover.  "Hovtf dare you paint her, making her  name and face alike common?"  "Who are you?" inquired Clay coolly,  "I speak as man to man," replied tho  other.   "She's nothing but a child for  all her years.   Leave her alone."  "I think I've helped her," remarked  Clay.  "Do you lovo her?" demanded Keith'  Adams'. "Are you going to marry her?"  "What business is it of yours?" ���������  The half smile iu. the artist's eye  maddened Keith, and ho gripped bim  savagely by -the collar, thrusting his  own face close.  "It's this much���������tbat while I live no  man shall slight that girl. I know you  painting men. i'ou think -you own  creation, believe yourselves free-to  take or leave and pay no bil'ls. That  girl's name is being mixed with yours,  and it's time i'or you to go unless you  mean honest by her. Which is it to  be?"  "What possible right have you to  question?" I  "What right!" cried Keith, his voice,  thick with passion. "What right! Why,  I love her���������do you understand?   1 lovo  her!"  "Then tell me so."  Keith dropped his hold, and, turning,  the two men saw Winona close beside  them, with all the witchery of love In  - hcr-cyos.-���������Clay~spoke-.slowly,~a-grim-  acceptauce of the inevitable hardening his face.  "It-seems that my friendship hag  been questioned. WTinona, so you must  forgive me if 1 seem abrupt.   Will you  be my wife?   I"���������'.  "Hush!" cried tho girl.   "Don't spoil  ��������� the kindest friendship that ever a girl  hnd. It was not necessary between you  v and mo," she added, with a  laugh.  Then,   turning  to . tho   man   of   her  choice, his name fell tenderly from her  : lips.  I Clay considerately turned his back  and. collecting his painting outfit, left  them in tbo golden glory of the nia-.  pies.  . "It's a good thhig the picture is about  dono." Then his mouth closed Inscrutably as be went down tho road alone.  fcsut_nOU8������   KILLER.  When B-flat������~t)lte your bide at nlffbS  Doc't turn the bed or die of fright.  Just get some creosote an<S spray.  The bedbugs quick will set away.  If ekeeters round your bald held tring  And Jab you with their poison sting  Anoint with citronella oil  The devils will at once recoil.  If lice Joy ride uppn your head.  Tincture ot larkspur kills them dead.  Dip your comb In'kerosene  To catch all nita and crawlers mean.  When crab lice take a hold,on you  Thvin strong tobacco tea go,brew.  Just take a bath ln tobacco juice,  And the vile bugs will Quick let loose.  :Wlien nasty roaches come around  Just sprinkle borax where they're fount  And If the moth the carpets bore  Go scatter salt upon the floor.  "When fleas torment poor tommy cat  Pennyroyal tea Is good for that.  Just sprinkle kitty well with it  And the mean fleas will soon be.ntt  "When fleas make good old Towser rul  Drop carbolic acid ln hie tub.  And i* your caged bird haa lice      ,,  A sulphur bag o'erhead Is dee.  When mites Infest the chicken coop  Acoal oil spray quick makes them droop,  And If your hens have any lice,  ���������Peralau powder for quick demise*  If you have bugs not mentioned here*  Here la the way to kill tlicm, dear:  Just lay tliwii on the cook stove quick  And hit them with a heavy brick.  C. M. BARNITZ,  WISDOM'S   COMPROMISE.  TWO MEN.  KURI08 FROM KORRE8PONDENT8  Q.���������What becomes of the fuzz on  chicks? Do they shed it when they  get their adult feathers, or where does  it go? A.���������Behind the fuzz on chicks  are leathers, and these push out, th������  fuzz remaining ou the ends until flnallj  worn off. You may seo this clearly illustrated by watching _ho feathei  growth of a little robin, the fuzz sometimes remaining,on the feather- tips till  tho birds are quit" large.  Q.���������What do you think of sending a  distance for egg3 for hatching? A.-  We consider it more wise to look  around home first for what you want  We hnve known fanciers to send  across six states for eggs, pay express,  and the few chicks hashed were very  ordinary, while yfithin ten miles waa  n flock that would havo given them  more, and better chicks at half tha  price.  Q.���������In trap nesting hens to discovei  the heaviest layers what ia revealed In  regard to the percentage of fertility*!  Which hen gives the moro fertile eggs,  the 100 egg or the 200 egg hen? A.-  Two hundred egg hens hnvo been  found to give eight iufertlleg in ten  eggs.   The more eggs the less fertility,  Q.���������What do you consider tho best  advertising medium for ono who is In  tho poultry business in a small way?  A.���������Your town papor or, if thcre^ is  no town paper, your county paper  witlTiai^st" circulation iiryourtown."  Wear- Good Clothes and Laugh at the  World's Folly.  "O sage," said the young man, "I  em surprised, almost grieved, to find  tbnt one who has such a reputation for  wisdomjis you should pay so much attention to his clothes., You are as lm-  maculato and as nobby as a young  lover."  ���������"And why not?" asked the elder man.  ���������Why not, indeed?" rejoined the  young man. "I am afraid I cannot explain. Many people havo told me it Is  foolish to pay so much attention to  clothes.   That's all I know."  "It is a common error," spoke the  sage������ "but it la nevertheless an error  nnd one which onco possessed me.  When I was young as you nre I was  attrncted hy the external things only,  and of these external things clothes  were by far the most important When  I was a little older I underwent a re-  oction. I had a revulsion of feeling. ;  Somehow I gained the idea that clothes 1  wero an absurdity In toto. I thought '  that tho Inner spiritual man was everything. According as my thoughts  became Introspcctivo I neglected my  external appoaranco and went about  unkempt and slovenly."  "The two extremes," suggested the  young mnu discerningly.  "Yes, the two extremes, but with  neither alono was I happy. Without  clothes I found I could not go among  my follows {ji comfort, and thus tho  eocial side of mo became atrophied.  Withodt knowledge and an inward appreciation of the Important fundamentals of life I could not be happy in my  own company."  "Wherefore," observed Uie young  man. "you struck a happy.medium by  compromising ou both."  "Yes. Now I pay strict attention to  my external appearance, while inwardly' I laugh at the folly of the world  which makes it necessary."���������Life.  BUI Brown Is deadl   Upstairs ln erief  His widow weeps, while down below  Tho neighbors now ln charge of things  Are softly moving to and fro.  And now and then come men to speak  Their word of sympathy and cheer.  To sound the pra!ee3 of poor Blown  And place their roses on his blcr.  Across the street Tom Green plods on,  Alone, unaided In his fight  To keep liis wile and children clothed  lie has to hustle day and night  A -word of praise would do lilm good.  lie's hungry for a bit of cheer,  But all his neighbors tako their flowers  To decorate a dead man's bier.  Brown doesn't know whiffs going on,  But poor Tom Green across the way  Turns,to hl3 wife and sadly says:  "I'll have a lot of friends some day.  Some day-Vou'll hear my praises sung,  And men will brlns me roses red.  They'll all rush up to boost poor me  Thi minute that they hear I'm dead."  ���������Detroit Free Press.  Ever Been There?  Dropping tho Medicine.  Medicine so strong that n dose must  be limited to seven drops had been  prescribed for the man with unsteady  hands His family also hud shaky  hands, and us thoro was no medicino  dropper In tho house It looked as if  somebody would lmvo to mako n midnight trip to tho drug store. Hut a  visiting relative that thoy had put up  for tho night suggested an alternative.  "Tnko that half of that raw eggshell  -raw, mind you; cooked oggsliolI'lHtoo  brlttlo nnd crumbles too ensily-tbnfc  I saw lying on a saucer In the cup-  bonrd, drill a l\olo In It the size ot a  pin head and lot the medicine trleklo  through tlmt. It will be suro to fall  out In drops of tho required size, and  you couldn't mnko n mistake if you  wiinied to.���������Now York Sun.  Brand Whitlook',8 Story.  .iiCIvll service reform hns given us a  Bplendid  army  of civil servants.    It  wasn't always so.'"  The speaker. Mayor Whitlock ofvTo-  ledo, smiled.  "When I was writing my first short  stories," he ..resumed, "wo had civil  servants of a different stamp. An elderly resident of my native Urbana  sought out, back, in those days, his  congressman.  "'Congressman,' he said, 'I supported you at the polls, and now I expect  you to get my boy a good civil service job.*  "'All right, friend,' ihe congressman  answered.   'What can your boy do?'  " 'Do,?' snorted the other. tWhat can  he do? By crinus, man, if he could  do~unjahing"uo"youtbink"Td"berboih-  ering you?'/'���������Now York Tribune.  1 "I sawJ'.^.ou.at the play last night  Enjoy it^rjj;'"  "No. Wobian In front woro a chanticleer hat Man next seat kept time  with his feet."  Household Economics.  To make biscuits light���������drench witb  gasoline and Ignite before serving.  To   keep   servants���������chloroform   and  lock in tho cellar.  To get rid of peddlers���������buy all they  have.  To remove fruit stains from linen���������  use tho scissors.  To keep rats out of the pantry���������put  all tho food iu the cellar.  ~ To    entertain    women    visitors���������let  them read all your private papers.  To entertain men visitors���������feci the  brutes.  To keep children at homo���������lock 'em  in tlie garret  .  To keep hubby at home���������lock tip all  his clothes.  To prevent accidents in the kitchen-  fill the kerosene can with water.  To stop leaks in pipes���������send a hurry-  up for tho nearest plumber.  To   economize   on   coal���������get   a   gas  range. ���������.���������   Card Etiquette. u  j Leaving cards instead of calling it  the usual procedure after going to entertainments. In this case there is no  necessity to ask 11^the hostess Is at  home, but thero is ono exception to  this rule, and that is a dinner party,  after which tho guest usually makes a  call on the hostess, and it is only iu the  event of the hostess not being at home  that cards are left.  A husband's cards are left in any  easo unless the husband accompanies  his wife in making the,call.  When a married lady calls on a widow sho leaves ouo of her own cards ou  not finding ber at homo and one of her  husband's, If ho is not acquainted with  her, if it is her first call.  A daughter living at homo has her  name printed under that of her mother  on her visiting card, or, if tliei'ojs no  mother, under tho name of her'ia1.ber.  . When tho daughters have Cejteed te  be regarded as young girls arid have  many friends and acquaintances of  their own they always have visiting  cards of their own.  It is, however, desirable that, mothers should bo on visiting terms with  their daughters', friends, even in these  days', when mothers and daughters  have eacirtlielr;.*own special circles, so  it is far bettor^icor a girl as long as sho  is living with her mother to havo her  name printed on her mother's cards,  oven if sho still thinks it necessary to  havo for use in some cases her own  private cards.  It is very important to study the side  issues which may crep up on tho question of card leaving, as otherwise offense may be given where none was intended.  After wedding receptions cards may  be left, and this should never be postponed later than ono week after the'  ceremony hns taken place.  When inquiries during Illness are  made the rule is to leave one card only  for the person who is 111 or in any bereavement.  Even In Polite Japan.  Tho street ear conductor ot Tokyo In  getting his.   Tho .liipiui Mall of that  city biij'b:  |   "Conductors oiiRht to bo positively  I forbidden to push passengers by main  I force Into crowded curs.   It In mont,  j unpleasant to havo n conductor-order  I you peremptorily to go Into a car Hint  ��������� It Iti qulto Impossible to (Ind room In,  When a car Is full It Ih Cull, uiu! thoro  | is no way (o get into It except by ho-  I lng ratio to thoso occupying It.   Now,  If tho conductor Is honestly convinced  Hint thero Is room for an extra pus-  j fiotiger in (ho crowded car ho ought  ItlniHOlf to ho compelled to Ilnd tho  space for you before ordering you to  enter.  Hut this does not bother lilm in  tlio least.   He simply-tella you tlmt  rou  nmit-  i*n In nml enmpeln von to  mnko room for yourself."  A Milan Skyscraper.  Milan Is moving with the times and  wlll.noon havo a "skyscraper" unique  In Its kind In Europe, according to a  i'iili*   t:oiiH-Ui|iiit.il,V.     il   Win   \iv   mi  fourteen stories nnd attain a height  of llfty meters, or over iBS feet. It  will be rained in tho Place du Dome,  on the nllo of (he Cndlcnn. the famous  rosldeuro of the more fatnotin (linn-  gnlcazzo Vlsconto, duke pf Milan, noted for his eoiiqucKl.'i and hhi patron-  tigo of art. There will ho seven elo-  valors, so that the highest story ran  ho reached with ease. The idea Is due  in tho conxlderalily lucroancd value of  laud In the city..  FEATHERS AND EGGSHELLS.  When on grass run in summer India Runner ducks coat about $1 per  yenr per duck for feed. As they lay.  ���������from 150 to 250 eggs per year they pay  well.  Oats aro a aplendld feed for summer  and tho molt. They are not heating, are  relished and contain protein and carbohydrates in almost proper proportions  to afford a balanced ration.  Tho English Dorking, thnt dates  back to Caesar's Invasion and has  boon England's natlounl bird, has  come down off the high perch of popularity and Is now trailing behind tho  Orpingtons, the Dottes and tho Hocks.  Talis est vita.  Indiana's contribution to tho egg  product last year-was 72,000.000 dozen,  worth $ 12,000.000. As Texas has won  from Iowa the name of chief agricultural sthto ln the Union, she Is now  iHistllug to lick Missouri aud her banner ..poultry' product-JfOO.OUO.OOO per  year.  It's a wlno plan to stir up tho nest  material when you gather eggs. A  lion's egg occasionally slips down under tho straw, and if not found It may  be hidden for n month. Then tho hen  may stir It up. and you may sell it for  a .strictly fresh egg laid while you  wait.  Tlio decline in egg receipts from foreign countries has put England up  against nn ogg famine, nnd public egg  farms tmdor government control aro  agitated, EggH for hatching at coat  would bo fitippllod by thoso farms to  poultry raisers to encourage an Increase In eggs and poultry,  Whlto Leghorns In England hnv������  beeu spoiled by crossing with feather  legged llrahinn������, und,- talk about  combs, thoy are so heavy tlio bird's,  bond' la bent down to iho ground.  Amorlcnn Leghorns uhlpped thero hnvo  knocked the Hpllnt������rn off them In lay-  lug, and a big light now going on  among English Leghorn breeders bids  fair to glvo tho beefy comb BlroCfo  OtitlBh bird a solar plexus.  Itolgliiiis are claiming that their  llraekol Ctiniplno Is tho 2fi0 egg lieu  tho world In looking for. It Is clnluied  to lay n 2.7 otinco egg In great quantities, is Hplemlld for tnblo and Is a  beautiful exhibition fowl. Tho Belgians are maglcliitis In poultry,culture  Otll Keep Ibeli- iiieliimiw m> tumuL i'nml  fi-n- hu vi- 'i'Yiif Jt'.'U'JH'd h������w they biTi'd  their birds' to such perfection or put  the fine lluish nn their market fowla.  While old hreedfl mny disappear  from Rhoww nnil llnally from tho map,  ,....     it.,,!..     ,.!...,.���������.,     |l../>     ������������������     In     #l>rt     m>l!������  jv������     .m:���������       1 ........   .      . ���������     -       '���������       ������������������  -  breeds, of which their blood Is n part.  How, fow whit? faced Hlaelc Spanish  you nee, and ypt please remember when  you nog thopo beautiful White Leg-  Horn eggs that seventy-tlvo years ttgij  the boo ton layer Hhul: Spanish blood  Kim lined to lin-reaMi the M;'.u am] output of tha Leghorn, tlio world's ou.  (midline.  Didn't Havo To.  "Every man in my congregation  should pray to bo kept humble and  poor!" thundered the minister.  "I don't need to," piped up a little  man in a, front pew.  "And why is it unnecessary for you  to pray to be kept humble and poor?"  shouted the minister.  "I live with my wife's folks."-Hous-  ton Tost.  The  Brute.  "Mary, I think our daughter Lucy  ought to take up calisthenics."  "So do I, John. It would do so  much for her.   What sort���������Delsarto?"  "No; domestic���������twirling a dishrag,  hustling a dish pan. juggling dirty  dishes and propelling a broom!"���������Burlington News.  do  Of Course,  you   scorn  that   you������g  "Why  man?"  "Because ho talks only of lovo in a  cottage,"  "And ho hns tho right Idea. What  you savo on tho houso you cnn put  Iuto tho nutomobilo." ��������� Washington  Herald.  To test freshness of eggs���������drop on  hard surface.  To propitinto the janitor���������you can't  do it���������Llpplncott's.  Rational.  It was not for nothing, however, that  Fatima hnd spent so much of her timo  reading detective stories of tho modern school.  Accordingly when she opened the  door of tho forbidden chamber nnd behold the several heads of Cluebnard's  former wives Kke was able to draw a  rational inference.  "Evidently," she remarked, "theso  ladles made bold to ask the cook about  something and the cool: snapped their  heads offl"  Of courso she took proper warning  to her herself thus to avoid a similar  humiliation.���������Fuck.  Where They Will Catch On.  Merely a Hint.  "I can't go calling on you, as I intended," apologized Mrs. Eddyhodo.  "The dentist Is going to work ou my  teeth all this afternoon."  "Couldn't you como tutyhow, dear?"  cooed Mrs. Eordrlvo. "You could wear  n veil nnd .not talk much."-Chlcago  Uccord-Herald.  8eoretf.  First Flnnnclor-I mndo my success  by putting my money where I could  got my hands on it easily.  Second Ditto-And I got mine hy  putting other peoplo'a where 1 could  got my lianda on It onslly.-Puclc.  Often th������ Way.  "Tho boss has hln troubloB."  "How ln particular?"  "When ho BlrotchoH a point to hold  a man through a dull neasou, thnt'H  the tlmo ho gets struck for a salary  ralso,"���������KoiiRiia City Journal.  "Corkscrew gowim are tha lutest  fnahlou conceits for womon."  "They ought to bo popular with Kentucky gentlemen."  A New Order.  Local Clerical-May I risk to which  religious denoinltiutkin you subscribe?  Neweomor-I'm an AshcstologlHt.  Local Clerlcal-And what, pray, do  thoy believeV  Newcomer-That If ono sins often  Warning Him,  "I want to marry your dniiRhter,"  "It Is vory foolish of you."  "Why?"  "J ennnot begin to support you In Uia  stylo to which you have been accustomed."���������Houston Poet  Tha Week End Visit.  Thero nro few lives whoso routine  excludes tho week end visit and few  such excursions that do not call for. ���������  careful plaunlng beforehand and for  somo thought aud self restraint while  the excursion lasts. "  ���������ThV^^m^Twho^ts"f6rtir-upoffone  of thes.e little trips will naturally de-  siro both to look aud to feel her best  aud brightest. But It is not always  easy to do this, because the things  that, hnve been contributed to one's  well being at home may not bo obtainable during the visit, nnd the time for  rest, relaxation and tho little toilet  ritual on which one's looks are largely  dependent may uot easily be obtainable either.  Before stnrtlug off it is well to tako  just what will ho needed and nothing  that will be a burden nnd a space occupier. It mny not be posslblo after  nn evening of bridge or dancing to  glvo oneself all tho caro that has  been a matter of regular routine at  home. But thut is no reason for neglecting oneself as miioTt ns one 1b often  tempted to do, fortllled hy tho thought,  "I can rest tip nt home,"  In packing ho. carefirl to have a good  cold cream and enough of It. More  thnn ono vjsltor may come Into yonr  room for a dressing gown chat and cry  delightedly: "Oh, you have Bomo flue  cream! I qulto forgot to bring any,  and my skin is llko a nutmeg grater  after that ride. Cnn you spare a little?" And you hnve no alternative.  You must graciously assure hor that  fiho Is welcome, even though your own  skin Is tho ono that becomes llko n  nutmeg grater In consequence, So  tako plenty. Tnko two Jars and do  not exhibit both.-"  It. Is well to make a list on soma  enhn dny when no visit Is In Right of  tho things to ho ���������packed when that delightful emergency arises. Besides tho  two Jnra of cream, it will be well to  put down four kinds of powder-face  powder, talcum powder, foot powder  nnd bitth powder In ease of luird water. Ono or two extra nailbrushes���������  quite chonp ones-may come lu usefully Jf n muddy skirt litis to ho mad*  respectable nnd your hostess' domestic  foreo Is not equal to coping with muddy Hkll'lH.  4;������4V*U|9>4  I.Iff.  its'*      *������Vt**       UC>'V������*H.l  of  Trouble With Muggeby.  Askllt-ny the wny, what kind  chap lit Muggfiby?  ,V������tt*J   Ob   h*> fl *"?r* nf h'jn-i'l" minnr.  pie.  Askltt���������Beg pardon.  Nolit-Ito seldom agrees with any-  body.-Chlcngo New*.  Self Deoeption.  "BIlggltiHls always nfrnld ho will  not get his money'* worth."  "Yes. He even waited until a warm  day to huy a thermometer so that tho  mercury would look larger."���������Washington Htar.  A nii*V Wnmen.  "TTnvft you ever wondered nbout  your husbnnd'n pant?"  "Dear mi*, nol I havo all I cnn do In  taking care of his present and worrying about his future."���������Judgo.  The Oeepeooet.  TVi* l.tcb cent of fi.U.f, ������.'..������ tlatmed, wm  lo blame. !  Che loitKht a  divert*, nnd utie forntre*  tlie wtme. I  Fet really her r������iuon would ueero like ft j  frenk, i  Kite Hliy did Die irmrry ftfi.ilo In n ***M  -ClrveUnJ riulu Dealer.  Appropriate.  "1 want to embroider a cushion for  n friend ������ ho Is nn aviator. What kind  would you select?"  "Why, nn air eu*hlon, of courso."-  MnlMmnre American.  Ju������t * Wny Th*y Have.  .lark Pj'tKit van*, very fnl;  JIln brnthiT Tom wne Usn.  Jurk rn,f* In * tonrlnu <nt,  Tom In m llyliif maeliln*  fmt-iiicufo Newt.  Good Form In Drm.  Don't wear colored or fancy openwork ���������toeklngs wllh your utreot nIiops.  Choose plain stockings that match tin  bliocH in color.  Don't pin niching* and dress shields  In place. Baste them instead nnd nee  how much moro comfort they give you.  It really doesn't tnko ranch longer to  baste thnn to pin.  Don't think that because eollnrlew  ffurl-n nr"  ih* fo'lilnn  yon  uiny  *������'iMir  I iv low eut ilregq on thn street.   There ,  ! Is a vast dlffereiifo between "collar*  j less" and "low nocked."  Don't buy cheap Jewelry and lllnk  that It look:* like anything but what  I it Is-a cheap Imitation at- u Rood nr-  ; Ucle.    Much Jewelry i.i in bmi iit**t������<  i ot any tlmo except with evening dress.  1    Don't wear mussed or loiled frills  ! nnd niching.   Vou had much better  wear perfectly pin In clothes without  trimming* If you cannot keep the������*  dainty sivejuorles fresh and without  tnll.  Don't forget to nnn tlmt yonr tr;il-t U  ���������properly fntitcni-d beforrf l*nvlng yi-v.r  mirror.   Tbe ws!������t gaping open nt th#  i l������fU not only looks < nrelens. but l! !���������  ;tot tu cause tomt emUnrrtittueut, loa ffSTO js-jb.w.8, jctjm^eela3\ix); gRmsa- ccto������M&  m*������l*-    ^"Cr '  rv  ^%ir  LACE CURTAINS FROM 75c to $6 per pair  MA'iK\S MUSLINS, ART SATEENS, AND CRETONNES  WHITE AND COLORED BEDSPREADS-ALL  TRICES  LINOLEUMS AND WALL PAPERS.  A Full Line of Furniture.  BED? AND BEDDING ALWAYS ON HAND  WATCH   FOR  THE   BIG  SIGN  A. MoKINNON  McPhee Block,      Dnnsmuir Avenue,.       Cumberland  Local Agent for frtason & Risch Pianos.  Sayward Land District  'Pistrict. of Coast  T-.\w. notico that  Reginald Wafer?, fi' Vancouver, Ij.C, oceupn-  "tio'i, t'lKjineer, "intends   to   apply  The funeral of tlie late  Aldin-  os Tnzaparvick look   place  tliis  afternoon and was  very  largely  attended hy members of the   U.  [M.W, of A., of which   deceased  ir |.������riiiisRion to purchasethu fol- was  a   member.    Rev.   Father  v.\ii,o do^rilied lands:��������� : Mertens officiated;   tlie  remains  ������������������'oininoiiciiij; at  a post planU.d  were jI)terrec] fn t\^ R, Q. ce-ne-  terv.     The unfortunate young  } mile t'a-L of'.!'0 south west cor  ii'-r *;f Int. -"."'\ thi'iuw cast 80  ���������chains. Miuth >i-0 ehai-is, "\-.-t SO  'chains "orth 40 chains to poiut  'of ('(iiiiuu'ni'oinc'Mt containing 320  ������������������icrch mom or loss.  Reginald "Waters,  Name of Applieant in full  Ro'oevt Henry Chestnut, Agont  ihw March 1 Villi,  1U1.2,  Sayward Land "Di-lrict  ' : District c. Co;-t  Tnke notice that Isabel 3Iclvo.ii  ny. or Va'-iCiiuvji-, J) C- oi'cnpa-  "fiiva spiiioto-r, intends to apply for  'noi,nti-,-'ii)ii to onrehace the follow  '���������ing dosci'ibc'l lands; ���������  Commtneiiig at a post planted  one milo ea-t of tho south-wes-t  ������������������.���������.(irn.r of lor 550, I lionet west 80  'chains, thonco south 40 oii:dn>,  -���������tlience oast 80 chains, -thence  north 4-0 chains to point of com-  nu'iicoinont, containing 1320 acres,  more or less.  '*���������- Isabel ^IeKonny,  ]n ;nmri)f"\Appi iea'n rfiri'ull'  "Rubert Henry Chestnut, Agent  Oitu March 12th, 1912.  fl  HIRANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  =n  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tailor made   suits  PROM   $20.00   TO  ������35,00,  Cleaning   and Pressing  DONE AT-     -  Reasonable Pkicf.s,  <8>  @  Phone 52  Cumberland  ������"  ***������r\**>^*ia*t*!*^ ������^f*SIW^^'V!vv*������tf>^^^^|t5^^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING  WORKS  Agents for Pilsener. Brewing Company's BKER  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  man, who was but twenty years  old, was the victim of airuna  voidable accident, being run  over by the cars at No. 7; when  discovered under the engine he  was still breathing and was taken with all possible haste to Ihe  hospital, but succumbed to his  injuries on the way.  The sale of work, supper aud  euteitaiiuneut recently held by  the Ladies Aid of St. George's  Presbyterian Church was -a decided success artistically, socially and financially.  The genial manager of the Big  Siore. Mr. \V\ Lawrence, left last  week for Vancouver, Seattle aud  Victoria on a business and ple.-s  ure trip; he was accompanied by  -Mrs. Laurence. I  NOTICE OF   DISSOLUTION  OF PARTNERSHIP  ?alo,   price  $75.00;  It is a matter   to   be thankful  for   that Cumberland has   been  "granted a Customs House, and  jt should also bo glad that it  "iiiiS been entrusted to the capable hands of Mr. F. Dalby,  whilst the amount #1.300 credited to Cumberland is uo mean,as  'set, one ihat,, will assist in giving us"prominence and material;  iy help our development. Mr.  Clements was fortunate Jin'"find-  'sug ���������������������������lliat the previous efforts  inado by tho various leagues had  ���������'���������virtually cleared the way as the  'Liberal Government had. taken  the initial steps to establish it,  as evidenced by the investigation of the Department which,  reported favorably for it being  installed."  ��������� The Express Company has at  last seen its way clear to uf en an  officii here, but as is well known  it is not a Government department indeed express company's  run governments are not run by  them ,;tid 11111 them and run  then,., so t'/lectuaily that Ihey  111,ike a dividend of 300 por cent,  they are really adjuncts of lining railway companies and bleed  the public all possible,  ��������� W our member Air. Cb-in'.MiL:-'  would be.id his cueij/ivs u> gelling t.ein pul un ier th'v Railway  C'o;:iiuir;)io::e:-.s he would merit  the thank-- of the whole of the  Dominion and would not only  represent the   elector*, but   also  protect their interest which   ol  ������������������  ,,   .    :. it. , 1.,, v    r .,11 p... ,\ ....  pieai'iiiiiuvu.; 11 'ne  peoptw.  We liiidi'i-ftuiid that a b<>uiuilig  < ,.l.,..,-,1      I',.,-  ,.i������l .   ,.f .,'1   .,...--     'M      Iim  '   ' ' 1-1 ��������� ���������  known   lib the Couiti.-iiay   Lidiea'  College, is shortly to    lio   opem-d  liy Mrs, !lardy ixt ( cuitunay, u>-  hinfi-A by n highly qualified govcr  ne ���������;    iioiu    t-iu/ilouiiuiii   Coiiegf,  !���������:������( ���������) -i<i  Jl orse for  u^ig_h_^al)_oi!t_iiOO_lb^; gu>J driver  single or double harness, also suit  able i'or farm work. For particulars  apply this office.  TAKE NOTICE that the partnership linn of Joggle & McLend  carrying on business at Courtenay  B. C. as l)rygoo?!s Merchants was  dissolved on the 2nd March 1,1112.  All debts and claims dne and all  debts and claims against llio firm  of Loggie ik, McLeod must bepaib  and presenter (as tho case may be)  to the undei\-igned.  The buuine.-s will in future be  carried on by Elmer Loggie and  Harry V. Loggie under.the firm  of Loggie Bros.  Dated'this 15*h day of April 1912  liarry F. Loggie.  apl 17 my 8  VIC3T O RI A L AND DI ST UICT  District nf Coast  TAKE notice that George Kilby, ol  Vancouver, B. C, occupation contractor  and builder, intends to apply for permission to lease the follownid described  lands:���������Comnuji ingat a po^t planted  on ihe W. si.de of I.ou^!iboronj.'h Inlet,  nearly opposite Green l'oint rapids, and a  little north from the N E. corner of  Timber Linlii 44808, being vacant land,  thence 5o'iih 20 ehmins, thence West  40 chains, thence Noith abuut 25 chaina  more or less to high water mark on  Lonyhborough Inlet, ihence somberly  following ihe high water ina-rk of Lough  borough Inlet to point of commencement, containing 100 acres more or less,  -   Gi;oro!_ Kiuiv, Applicant.  Dated January 20II1, 1912.  ������  ������  ������  s  0  s-  ������  (?)  Local agent for  Cleveland, Massey-Harris  and Perfect bicvcles.  Tommy's Bicycle Shop I  N- Hakanishi, Ppop. g  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns, Etc.. Etc.  Plumbing Done.  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  s P.O. Box 360 Telephone 7.0        -   (���������)  I I  ������������������������������������e������������������������������������������<^^   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������g^)������������������^^  NOW IS THE TIME *  to have your photo taken at  Powell's  Studio  " " T ~ ��������� -1 ^   Flashlights, A'iewg", Portraits, and Postcards.  WORK GUARANTEED       PRICES REASONABLE  CUMBERLAND  -   s  ^l!lllll!l!!i!i;!!l!l!ll>lllllllll!llilllllSI!lll!!lllllillilllliltlllllllilllli;!!lllillllll!lll!!||H  I  Capital $6,200,000. Reserve $7,2'00,OC0  |  J   The Royal Bank of-Canada. sI  COUBTSNAY,    a. 0 ,    Branch,    Open Daily.  WM. HOFP, Manager. -  NOTICE  TAKE Notice tlio Jinn of LEE  ABE & CO., has this day Wn  dissolved, and the business will  in fn I nro-be carried on by CHOW  LEE :& SONS. : All -dehts-  against iho former partiierchip  mitdi be presented williin BO days  from the date hereof lb.Chow Leo  Si Sons for payment, All dohls'  due or accruing due the former  partnership linn must be paid to  the .said Chow Leo & Sods. All  depts owing hy Jiipauese debtors  to lhe former- partnership firm  must he paid to lliiiemiitsu Nnk-  auo, also known as K. Abe,  ('how Leo  If, Nitkiino.  lasted this 2olli, day of March  11/L3.  JSOT1CE is hereby given tlm  iiO days afliM' dalo application will  ho mado lot ho Suporii: tendont, of  Provincial JJolieo, Victoria, for u  irai^for of the hotel licoiuo to so!)  I'l'-'trs hy retail in tho hotel  kii-iwn as the Loriio Hole], idtu-  nti-d nt Comox, IJ, C, fiom Vlor-  'MH-e M. Clil'i'o <o Geo, M. Barlow,  Pi.oitivN'.-K M', (!|,]|.-|.|.:,  U< thiol' III    l,i("!||S(!  tilOHOK M. IIaim.ow,  Applicant.  Dated  MtHiSi'th,   1012,  Notu;e  LaL.������5 District, Coast:  Diatriut of Coast. Range I.  TAKK NOril'E that I, Mary Timlin,  ncsupaliiou Married uomati, intend to np-  l-ly to pu olias>! thy full.n i g f iccriboc.  land- :('omi)ieoi'i-i|{ ut 11 po-t | lantod ubnit  40 chi-iiiB jjurth, nud '10 cl-ai. s cast, of tho  atiuili-wt-'ht cor tier of lot 41, thoncu nordi  SO chaina, ihei co wnst 40 chiiDB, thcuto  south 80 chain*, ihuice ea������t 40 chains to  ������l.o point f)C .coinine fljiiieut,. 0011 twin ing  ,H20 acred more nr ].--ss.  Big ed, MARY THULIN,  ..   (i 0. Vi.r- itr.Ajfeut.  DuU'il M*iirch..l t, 1!11'2.   ���������  ���������    PUBLIC   NOTICE.  *~~Ta    '.  NOTICE is hereby given that  the City Pound By-law will in  1'uUire he enforced. Milcli cows  only, an: allowed to run at large  f 0111 seven in the morning until  V ltTO R [^r"LA^ D1DISTRICT  District of Coast  TAKK notice th.-ii Major S. WillianSs,  of Vancouver, 15. C,   iniends   to apply  for permission to lease ilie followii.y de-  scribed lands:���������Commcncinfj at a posa  planted on the East side ol Idiilips Arm,  near the S, \\'. corner of W and C Limit No. 92, being tlie S. YV. cornir, thence  East 40 r.liains, thence North 40 ch.-nns,  ihence West 40 chiins to high nater  mark on Philips' Arm, tlience souther:y  foljowiny the hij-h wnter marl:, to point  .ofcoinmencein.ent, contHining- 160 acres  more or less,.,  Majoii s.Williams, ,  George Kilby, Agent.  "IJ.tted Jitturir; 23rd, 1 q 12, .  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PU3LIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  mmmWCSmmZm-  m~,nimmn  ,, NOTifE is hereby given that.30 d.iys  alter date application  will  be  made  to  the Superintendent   i.f   Provincial   Police, Victoria, for a transfer of tne h tel  ......        ... r  ���������     1  1 license 10 sell liquors by  retail   in   the  eight Hi   tlie   alternoon   of  each Vtel kno������n as the  Nelson   House, sit-  mied at Union IJ.iy, II, C, to  John'A  Frtisor.  l'Oll. SAI.L���������A hook nil young  1  11 .fi.  linn--  ,11 i-i| 1  ,f i .ut'  M  -. W.  d  (JOHPJ  V  V.lu  tr  lief  i> iu  town.  J.������avj  in  .'Ts  at  :l������i:������  iUji'.v  is-.���������   .  Awnu.'.yi ictti-lf, litiiwur  il,   iS'llli  a'mo, I!, 0,  day,    By order of City Council.  A. AIcKinnou, Ciiy Clerk.  City Hall, April 24th, "1912.  "     FKASICU & UlHIIOl'.  Dated March 1st 1912.  rn>>IM IWIWWUWI3MMMMHM1,  Bicacntawniniwj.Tmiv'ww -vm-eaas^mmmmm^^  vrvni'M;  To whom il may ortiK.oin:���������  This is to notify the public  thai all freight cluugis on bond-  cd gaud:; cleat id at Uni'*n Hay  for the Comox YaUev must he  j.'.iid lnfoic gntxls can be Joiivaid  id. My order   '  C ���������.���������ladliiu 'VT;i''viea   nttustuuir  Vn  Wc are showing nearly .|o:i did*  crciit' I imps of Snviii'v ^nitinnc  ('ompri'-ing all the new o,-l'T cl*  iecl.s anil latest weaves iu medium weight Cloths, Fancy Worsteds aud Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds. Scotch Tweeds, Mine  uud black Serges aud Cheviots.  Union   Bay  Co-operative  Company, Ltd.  ���������rtwr* ras*mms-mM*   .arnm. i,i_.^i ^Um ������ ^m.m  aemmMavomtk^-mMXi-^st  V.;.BQglOHHs  anufactBrer of MINER AL WATER  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE SO....'".  CUMBERLAND  '*"i\  This is the first spring in lhe history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to lhe supply. Nothing pays belter than  poultry, if they are rightly managed.. Begin  with the Utile Yellows.-mid fied them CHICK,.  FOOD, which is a 'mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats/corn and oi hor grain, cut and blended 'in*  the right proportion lo make them thrive and  grow,    For sale by ".'  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, BX  JJKAI-EU IN KI.OUU AND KKED.;  jaBB!Saa___MEEHM_E^  anjmomtaxmTraxnaf^vpmSam TptaJwoBMEarw  V-X///|\\\^  '������������������i:.'Mi.fl������  ., .       ''-'���������"���������     \'\WLr  Iti ~y..'< ' -',t--,n ,v< j��������� : -"���������'.-���������//-/  !   :~'K*fyhy ���������;>'*������������������:ft^'M  ������������������^^^^'. MHUMBER'  ll:  Canadian and British  ,,....,. mm.       ������������������������        -������*^ mm. -������W        >*.., If,*   JIUI.mI   V^J  Ivirmir, Singer, Mmmhi'v llurri������, Knliidd,   Niiiiilicr, Stand  diird, MiiiHlnl-Ilaes nn I  othor makes.  Iliirlcy-DiividHou  Si Indian Motor Cycles, Auloiiiohilcs mul Tni������l{������.  It"p,i.-- "f ������ll kinds.      Si'iul f"i cidtdogito.  TK05.PUHLEY  '���������If you get !��������� nt Plimk'.Vs it's ai.i, uiciit "  P a -Wn Do IJfiinirii.jt  m 1���������iwii��������������������������� if 1 "mrmnrnTiTfiTiii-rT- j^-BriTT'T-f*rTiir,,i'rrirri'TrTTrr  <* "7, mi������ ������J fl 11 mm\watntKtrmmf\ <Wr oraaawK IfaimnMjMm\a*aaamm.  J  IU  .'I  I-DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL I  I OVER.   THE"   WOULD. "        |.  j SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & i.,tcre?i | |1  I al highest  Current ItnU'S aliowtd on Di po.'its? of $1 and upwards.    |  g CUMBERLAND, B   C, Branch, Open Doily.                           | (1  I UNION WHARF, B. C.,   Sub-Brachs Open Thursdays           | \  1 D. M. MORRISON, Manager.                        ������ ">1  1     I  %illlll!llill!ni!!lllll!!i:i!i:!l!llll!:i!lllli:!illllll!:illlillliill!l!!l!!lll!lllllliilllli;i:iIIIIUIIIII^ \  I  _mmm

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