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 -',.    i'"/i'i^g.^'^tJ*y^e&- (fe>**&'i>&������������������<--<���������-/���������  01VE   YOUR FIRST   OF THE   MONTH   ORDERS  TO   THE   IDE  BERLAND  l������[  A Journal. Devoted Especially, to the interests off Comox District.  The Nkws, Nineteenth. Ykar.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,   WEDNESDAY,   JULY-3 :9j2  Subscription $1.00 a Yka&  Hillllll!!lllll!ll!lllltHlllill!llllllll!l  m. -  WATCH This Space  i    Next Week For Out  "RED TAG"  .   Whttewear Sate*  We want Your  Grocery Order  W\  SlflQOfi liEISEH & GO,,Iid  )*aTfii**a**m*m*a4**f%0^9*y^  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  ���������i  t^^a^sfj5(^fr!S������Blast tftwesttttftrmpt^  MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL.   RECEPTION TO  BISHOP ROPER.  The City Council  mot in regu-  iai' session on   Tups luy   evening,  there being -present.   Aid,   Cess-  i'ord, Hevoridgo, Campbell, Banks  and the mayor.  Communication was received  from Board of Trade requesting  use of Council Chambers for  Meetings���������grunted.  Accounts:���������  A. McKiimon, $10.00; Daily  Provi co, 28.00, Fi co Trees 20.90;  A. K. Kirstend, 5,55; Telephone  J)0o. A. E.' McQuarrio, 200.00;  J as. Smith, 70.50; P. P. llnrri-  Hon, 103.50. Referred to Fi-  niUH'.o lyommitleo.  Clerk reported receipt of cheque  for $300 from fire iiisumti'eo com  puny for. repairs on    City    Hall.  lio wiring Oily Hull. Mr. An-  dorson thought that ho  Bhould not Im expected lo pay tho  *, whole cost of wiring hall. The  Council decided that thu city  would pay for ordinary wiring of  Bnnio, Mr. Anderson to pay tor  extra wiring of picture machine.  It was also decided to refund rent  of hall for May.  Trustees Carey and Smith interviewed* the Council and asked  for tlio Council Chambers for  temporary quarters for school purposes, as the rooms in the public  *,;. I,    .1 '.',    . i *������ < >.  juiuvj   %tm.O    Ua(Ui/rtu(.U|     <tli>4   H  y������ua iucj.*>siny to iiiivo an udiiitioii  ul toachur for beginners, and tliu  uso of tho Council Cham bora was  tho only mined y   nt   present   in  sight- .A discussion hero follow-  cd, ru the promise of tlio provin-  cinl government Io erect it' four-  room <>iiil ling, no action having  un y t. h'.niit liiiitiii in llio manor,  hf iinestioii of sei'iii'inc ti't������ir>,������f-  my quarter* \yas left over for  consult* a iin at a, future meeting.  CoiHicil iidiouriiwl.  w.. .        ���������������        ...  Mrs. Clinton iniulo a charming liostesi  nml wnsubly assisted hy Mina Oli- ton nt  tlio reouptio.i hold on their l������wn iu honor  of tho piston! visit of BiiJinp Kopn', to  cnnl'l'i tho mombc-rs of Ilnly Tnui'y  Oliuroh to mo t tin ir new Bishop ond  mnko l������i������ uO'iu i intanco in an informul  awl frioiklly maunur. Aflivnoon ton  win aorved nnil it was a voiy plonsant  gii'horinB indosd, tho wontlioi" being nil  Unit could Jjo douircd.  Tho Hfttfop mivlo n moat fmornblo im-  pn*snion by his gonial nnd ploahinn man-  nor to nil aul oxproinod himsolf na boinK  much pleased wi h Cumboilund us n min-  in/? town aud though; iU Hurrouudiug",  OHycou'llv tho Cuurlonny and Coniux Die-  tiiol witi ils sphndid forms���������niogijifioont  ���������surpiiBalii)} auything ho hnd hitiiorto  mon in 13. 0.  In nihlUion to liu own pioyb tlio min-  IbIjm of t..o Mutlidi.tiBS.uiid Prtuby odiin  Uliurolio.-) witli toiuo uf thoir moinhn-H  ������o.o uinongat tlioao who rhvo tho IM&hop  a lioiirty, woloumo ami God spood tiinon(pt  lllOill,  Tha following U tho lint of wedding  prioouU rcooiwtl liy Mr. and Mra. Curmiy  Minn Jojii Hhoumr, pillow oiimch nml  oalt lndder.1) Mr. nnd Mra, Jamo* Bcott,  tuwtlybud npioiwl and oroauio.������tnj Mr,  nnd Mm Kubt Audomou, towula, tabla  oluili und pio do cHa.li; .Mr und Mm Havur-  id������������',or. luivoHiimi forks Andrew Jlovcr  klgo, enko diuh and oovorj Danny Adi>m-  hou, ohoquoj Hiiiuly Hiird, luiul biitfi Mr  and Mm Hliearor, tin s.ivioi'i Mm  Win Bwvoiidjn', b:d uproadj Mr ond Mm  Unvid Wnlliur, bud uprnidi t'liiiik llun.1  at, bl oiut barrel j Mr and Mm Tluta Hon-  iuU, Ind H,;L-oa.l) Mi-H Juuct lloGorioon,  upooii, uruain, lutfor and uu������ftr lioldur.)  Mi-<s M. Hundon, Hp.������o������, urouui, buttor  lioliloi-*) Mi- in d Mra Kubt. Adamum, plll-  otvutiiiihH and bUnlcotiij Mr an I Mn John  i,ii i        , *   i  uuia, uta A^tbrtua, uum tian ������iuu towel*  ."Jj-jiDiJ Mm Bijuj Jtobwiiiw, ti.hw alimiii  nml toiioU; Mr and hhn Liiitig, Ub.o  cluthj Jolm Uilluip o, toiln t������*t; Mr ana  ,\lf.��������� JoliU Alliltr, tliottu uud i.illtiiV uiucii)  Mt nnd Mm Iluht, Uicmu, ki^i Mr und  Mia J������Jin iJioHiHi-ii, aim-l-i Mr and Mim  Hout McNeil, uulo.oluthj MrunJ i;rn It,  K. llobtrlHO!!, tjilvt ant- Hull Wil.i.nna  clio.jm; Mru ,ii Mr* I'mn UulwrUun, hm-  ������y nit} Mr, .(.il Mr,t J timu Um.ow-������>,ru)j;  .vii.n). Eiipi.i>iuiii ut.d A.iinu llnyiniiii, ui-  t-w vt tli) de uu.i .il.uU. Juli.i������..i, cuidi-  5' n; 'I'no IIuu lloutlunri, ^idu'Linii, Mr  Add'Mra J'.''bl, Wa la<r, tm>;o doli bud  o-.\i;r������i Mr und Mih Il-bt McAli.tui,  ������li.������t������i Mr mid Mr* Ji.ltn (.iilc������i.i , ������ri;i  l(."o itiiiduil on h*t jujio.)  QMMMlKilKI  *v&\^fye%touf%^a*tfyiH*t\^t^  T.,E Banks and W. W. Willard wore elected nldermoii hy ac-  clamation on Tuesday lo fill the  vacancies for the halance of 10J2,  paused by tho retirement of Aid,  Coe and Horiial, whose seats wero  declared vacant for non-atton  dance,  Ticket 1204,   hold   hy   J. J-  Wier, won a keg of beer at the  drawing in Cumberland  Hall on  Saturday night.  A tornado which struck Regina  on the afternoon of Juno !30t!i,  killed 500 people and diiningod  property to tho extent of ten  million dollars,  Alderman Willard left on Saturday for Victoria. An interesting nvent will tako place beforo  Mr, Willard'rf return," at which  Rev, B. C, Freeman will olliciato.  THERE ARE 3,580 AUTO MO-  MOBILES IN B.C.  Thoro aro ono thousand and live  automobiles licensed in thecilyof  Victoria, and thirty-four motor  cycles, according to a computation  made from tho oflicial lift of the  provincial police department  which camo oil tho government  printer's presses Friday afternoon,  Tlu< number Uconsod in Viclori"  is about one-third of tho total  uum her of nutoihobiluB licensed iii  the province, Tho ono thousand  and live  automobiles licensed  in  Vipfrtvin !*w������ fill *in    rt/\t\i\ ntnt\i\b\tr  ,\ n   ' ~* ���������  Thi.; MpiJ.'d e.'vpc������i)i)jjJX' d .hli  niiinbcr of mucliiucs will be about  ������0,000,000. This sum has been  spent in cars that arc in  active commission in llio ciiy,  which to a population of 00,000,  is a pur capita expenditure of ������50  lor automobiles.���������Kx,  The dance held iu Cumberland  Hall on Monday evening und������ r  lhe auspU't'h uf Tho Ladies ol the  Maccabees, was a most sua  and I'lij'iyahl" function,  a huge mi tuber was piubunl  T. H. Williams, a resident of  this city and district for tlie past  sixteen years, died at the C. & U.  Hospital on the morning of July  1st. The deceased was 72 yours  of age, and a native of Wales.  Ho loaves a son,, C. II. Williams,  (���������Jrantham, and a daughter, Airs.  Ilickman, of Courtenay. The funeral took place on Wednesday  afternoon from the undertaking  parlors of T. E. Banks, tlience to  the Church of England cemetery  for interment. Rev. F. X, Willemar ofliciating.  At a meeting of the Liconeo  Commissioners hold on Friday  ovoning, Victor Bonora was granted a*liconeo for tho King George  llotol, Tlio granting of this li  conse was objected to by P, Dunne  and Rev. B. G, Freeman A trans  fer of license wa?. alao granted to  the New England Hotel,  K. Grant Sr. and his little non  and daughter arrived from Victoria by auto on Monday. We  are plonscd to learn from Mr.  Grant lliat ho is very much improved in health.  Grand: Opening  .of.  The   Cumberland Department Stores  SII JUNE 30 =^  WITH au entirely uew stock of groceries, dry goods, gent's furnishings,  clothing, boots and shoes, house furnishings and furniture, hardware and  enamelware, crockeryware, glassware,  drugs, stationery, etc, etc.  To celebrate the  occasion,  aud   as  an acknowledgement of  the support  ������ we have already received, we are male  '   i������g a $5000 Cash Distribution,    Call,  phone or write for particulars.  W. A. WA6CNHAUSER      f. P. 0NATE  PROPRIETORS  Corner of First St and Dnnsmuir Ave  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  Phone 10  P.. O. Box 100  5f  mTXmmafVBmBtflmm^SaSfVSS*^^  THE' ���������ANAD  ���������    OF CO  AN BANK  MERCE  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient ancfr  inexpensive method of remitting small sums'of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any. bank in Canada (except iii the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following rates:  $5 and under    3 cents  Over    5 and not exceeding $10    6  10      " " 30. 10  <<  it  30  it  it  50.  o  it  aa  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should be made by means of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAPT8 and MONEY"  ORDERS.   Issued without dolwy at rcoaonablo rates.  CUMBERLAND BXIANCH W.T. WHITE? Mannper;-  l)r, Gillespie, Mrs, Gillespie,  Mr. and Mi'R, T. Banks and Ilov,  B. C. Freeman left this morning  hy uu to for Nanainio. The doc  tor and his wife willproceod from  thoro to Vancouver, and the hal-  mice of tho pt'rty to Victoria,  Mr. Freeman and Mr. aud Mru.  liauka expect to ho away two or  throe weeks.  Tho following was copied from  a signboard ou the end of Coniox wharf;���������"I have heen in  Cortney 4 days, and that was  enough for me; 4 bits a meal, 2  hits for a drink and #1.00 for a  lousy bed���������now I am broke.  Rotten treatment for the workers air the time."  Dominion Day celebration here  was a grand success. Tlie day  was an ideal one, ami a lar^o and  happy crowd were in Attendance.  The thirty-four events were pull  cd ofT without a hitch,   and   re-,  fleets great credit upon the   hard  working commitfee   in   charge.  The Union Bay people  wero coiu  spicuous by their   aliBenco,   they  having a celebration on  in  the  shape of a picnic about   a   mile  from the Huy, beside  no  provision had been made for their con  veyanco to aud   from   Cumberland, they also claiming thak'wo.  had captured their day.   Owing  to not having a list of prize win-,  ners we aro unable lo   publish it  iu this issue.  The kadiot������' Aid of Ciraciv  Methodist church held their reg.  ular mooting on Tiiotclay evenings  ul tho residence of Mrs. II, Bryan,  at which Mrs. (Dr.) Gillespie  was presented with a cut glasH,  water service and horry bowl.  Campbell Bros  ',',",,,.<.: Cimuu ,,. .mil iuiC fiuiail, Ilu Uita.iilifi, lisu.iuy  ij*. |>er y.ti'l.    ������\'0'vV i yus lot jjc  Fine While Lniij- Cloth, 36 inclins wi'le, tisunl price  2uc a yd.   NOW 15c 11 yd.  Kinj>������������'������t Ciinijliimm in plaiils ' h'-'ks, and stripes at  t,        ,      r ���������       > . . <  *> >j'...��������������� ,'tn ihiC uuinii, iVMui.i.i. Hum  1 j    .1 )i>  Ladies Hou<o downs si;cs 34 in 4?, low neck ami  ,V4*sleeve, >plcmlitl vvahinK pritits and i*int{linnu  at S3 each  .^|i.cnuin ,uiuiuin,iil ul t,.inus    (iinii.iii., ul  smiclli  Hiui inctLurutd uhiii>, pncti, 30c. joe anu one c;u u  Our nadiiin,' Suns for l.uii������:s>, men ami hoys ate now  npencc' up and we cnn show a jiood ������ssonmcnt ul  I.iidics' iJiinly ������hilc imhtoidercd   w.nh hells, nil fix-  cs .11 35c rath.  Campbell  'Bros.  tmmmatM***m THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, T>. a  IN THE  BALANCE  By 1, 6. MOBERLY  T������noU������J  Deer-  . Author ot  "Dan and Another," "A  Web,"   "Sin of Ali|0i>  jno,"  etc.,  ate.  WARD,  LOSK   fc CO.,  LIMITED  London, Melbojrne and   Toronto.  (Continue!).  "Ilo ..wasn't, going- to he put off,  though," .Miles rt'SiuiHMl, "Ilovhogniv  tolling ino Komo sort of rigmarole  iihout. having' ooiiio to Bovan'a.on  biisiue.H, Hoinothing to (lo with a  woi-k-tahlo. 1 couldn't follow It all,  and, for a lawyer's clerk, 1 thought  ho wuh fairly discursive and Incoherent. However, lie Htnr.ted me inlo  untlcrstauding him when he told mo  that an old letter of his mother's had  turned up in Hevan's sitting-room nt  the cottage, nntl tliul, the letter ��������� left  no manner of doubt that he Is the  ���������.ton of Oeorge Hernesley. That, is  the gist or the whole matter, and,  don't, you see, Dorothy, Ihat If it is  true, and I believe it. Is true, It means  that 1 have married you on false  pretences. It means that 1 shall have  to turn out of this place and hand  over all the. property to���������Trittott. It  means that I'm a poor man, without  even a profession, and with death  staring me in the face."  The ring of bitterness In ,.the-last  words roused all Dorothy's womanly  tenderness.' Though she did not. love  I his ���������man as a wife loves her husband,  she cared for him deeply >vith the  affection of old and tried friendship  and the months of her married life  had lauglit her to admire his strong"  and upright nature--fo ,' revere tho  character which, as she sometimes  put it to herself, "made his face look  like Sir Galahad's." And the pain in  his eyes now, the bitterness in his  voice, hurt her, and awoke in her  all the maternal and protecting care  which is In tho heart of every good  woman towards the man whose life  is bound tip-with hers.  "Don't think about it in that way,"  she said, rising and.putting her hand  through his arm, "don't let us worry-  over what is inevitable. The revelation comes as a blow to you, but  tiler's' must b-j soiiie good reason for  the blow. We both believe in all  things working together for good,  don't we?" she added shyly, with the,  natural shrinking of a reserved person from expressing her deepest convictions.      .  "I don't care for myself," he exclaimed impulsively, "it is. only .-<for  you. I- tempted you to marry a man  you ��������� did n't love, and now the whole  foundation "upou which our marriage"  was built' has crumbled away. I have  cheated you."  "Come, Miles,-don't abuse yourself  quit-; needlessly. You did your very  hest for me. You never dreamt, that  this catastrophe would happen."  "That I certainly (lidn't," Miles  murmured.  "And you have nothing for which  to blame yourself. Don't you know  that wise little biiw, 'Do your best;  leavo the rest.' You did your best,  your most, royal best, for me. Then,  let ns leave the rest. Things will  work out as they are meant lo work  out lor us both."  The look that Miles cast, at his  wife was almost one of adoration, so  Intense avub tho reverent devotion  that shono In his eyes.  "Yon always help a man up," be  said simply. "Some women drag men  down���������you always make me want to  think the highest and do"tho best,"  Dorothy     Hushed   rosily   at   his  praise, and because of the passionate  worship  in  his  eyes,  mid  both  husband and wlfo were silent for many  seconds.  "If will be hard to lmve all this,"  Miles exclaimed prosei'l.ly, throwing  r.ul ills Iniiid Uiwiinls liif. .sunlit loveliness of, the iiiirk, "I should hnve  liked to slay here until you take nm  :lov>u to tho churciiyiird. lint II' if  Is not to be���������it is not to he," he end-  ���������MH���������M���������������������������MM l���������lll I���������������������������I������������������������IIMII.IIIHIHllllM������  Pimples So Bad  He Was Ashamed  Tried Everything but Did It No Good.  One Box of Cuticura Ointment  Took Pimples Away.  'Ahnut revolt ynnrn wv> pimples brolw  wit till over ni)' fnen ami urrl;. When they  would HrM come out tlic.v would he hitf nml  nil, thru lifter ii whllo Hay would liira white,  nud niutnr would como out. Hornet linen  they would Itrli to I could Imi'illy i-leep, 1  wail Mliiuiieil to no down Miwt. my fiico  lool-.ed bo Imii, I went to Kovernl doctor*  und rot mnlkino, which did inu no good, nml  liouulitoliitmtiil.imlvenuiHliinlehtiiieilleliiM,  hut nana of tliern would euro my fneo pml  neck. A If lend n������lv|������e(l mo to try Ciitleiua  (Hutment, I itot onn box, nml It look llio  pimple* awav In font I luul It nil itwj up. I  mn tny It u a ivoiiilutfiil remedy. Any  nifTi'ier who Imn pluipliiH hhould uko Out Intra  ointment if ihey wmit a Kiirn rtirw. I never  hiid nny hu������p r.niitf to Cutinira i'mu."  tsiKind) Aylmer Mather*, rurklilll, Out.,  Vvu, '.���������), IOJO.  ed. wllh au iirtontf! at a la 'xh.  "You think Air, TriUon's claims  will  be uua&saikthle?'  "If all Ik., asserts Is correct, 1 see  nothing to assail, lie has to make  sure thai his moiher was actually  murrled to Oeorge Hernesley, and it.  seems Hint Soamrs, who is, I gather,  iiellntf for him, sives hint every hope  that proofs,of the' uiarrinuo will be  forthcoming. 1 -rather giilhered ihat.  Soames had i,dvi^ed htm not to up-  pvoach mo until he Iind all his proofs  complete. But I suppose the sight of  me was too niuidi fur him, lio could  not resist pouring out "the story te)  nif- then and there.",  "And your uncle's wlll������l-v no char io  his taking the property .'front you?"  "No bar at till. On tiie conl hi ry,  my uucle Only left mo'the properly  lailinj? bis son und his hod's heirs.  Of course, he believed,' as we all did,  that poor George dle'd years ago unmarried. Well, no doubt he did die  years ago. but. 'apparently- he left a  wife and son."  "1 wonder the. wire made no claim  on your uncle durlnfi her lifetime?"  Dorothy said  thoughtfully.  "Apparently sho did nol make  more than one attempt, but her attempts were I'riUtless. Wither she  never really cutne in touch with my  uncle', or ho disbelieved her story.  We are never likely to know how to  bear nil'this for you, Dorothy. 1  simply don't know how to bear it."  "We shall face the worst of it to-  KethwV'.filio answered, "and remember���������always -remember, you have  given mo so milch beauty and tenderness during- the time we have been  together, that 1 shall have to think  of you all the rest of my llfo."  "When happiness comes ito you;  you see you cannot honestly say I  have given you happiness. ; Another  man will bring ������ you that." Again  the bitterness crept inlo his voice,  such bitterness as Dorothy hatLncver  heard in It before, but she knew that  it came there to-day because of his  great disappointment, because of the  blow that he felt so deeply, not for,  his own sake, but for hers.  "Let us live only a day at a time.  1 don't want to look either forwards  or backwards; let us both live just,  in tbo moment," she spoke soothingly, ignoring; Miles' .direct reference  fo Oliver, "and at this particular moment we have "plenty to think about  without considering, the past or the  future. What steps do you intend  to take about Mr Tritton?" .  "He seems to be taking all the  steps." Miles answered with a laugh.  "Mr Soames is looking up proofs,, tlie  young man himself, is evidently in a  feverish state of exultation and excitement, and I must, try and possess  my soul in' patience until 1 am kicked  out of the inheritance."  There was,again a pause; then he  went on quickly.--'  "Meanwhile, as long as it is mine  f must consider its welfare, and at  lhe lodge they   gaye me "a^rnessa.va,  When  Wives Were  Cheap.  There is living In HoVshanu at the  age of 85, a remarkable old man call-  d Henry Htirstow---by hard necessity  a snocmaker, by tas'.e. a singer of  songs .'and-'it ringer of church bells,  lOven now he can sing any one of 400  songs ihat he lcno\yl> by heart Mr.  Hurstow occasionally reinforces his  memory with stories told him by his  at her, and so fan go back le) 1X20  whon a ihan sold his wife at the November Fair for 3s (id.    He himself  nn well remember that In 18*1-1 a lady  known as "Pin-Toe, Nanny," was  brought into Ihe.market place with a  halter round her neck and-sold .'for  ;;0s to u man who    parted with his  vatoh to raise Uu- price. Nanny  changed hands 'again- a year afterward-and married one .llm .Smith,  with whom she-lived, happily over nf-  trwnrd.���������Westminster (la'/et'.e.  WIFE OF THE P J.  TALKS TO WOMEN  TELLS     WHAT     DODD'S     KIDNEY  PILLS DID FOR  HER.       ~  Very Last Thing.  The heavy fur-coated man owned  tho gunpowder factory, and the leau,  cadaverous person by his side acted  jisr- loreiiiiin and gnural lncteirtum.  "Yes, sir," reini.rkcd tho menial "to  the ni-inter, "poor old Hiil is dead,  ::;hf enough."  "And how did If happen?" asked  the employer, sadly.  "Well,  sir,"  came  the  reply,  "you  see, sir, old Bill went. Into the mixliiK  ooiu and by mistake struck a match.!'  The boss looked surprised.  "Fnncv lllll, of all people, doing  Unit!" he cried. '"I should hav?  thought that would have been the  last thing he'd do!"  "It,was, sir!" replied the lanky on?  emoiK'.'I'ull)'.���������London  Answers.  iShe Suffered for Two Years and Found  a Cure for all Her Troubles in a  Single Box.  Lower Caraqiiet, Gloucester, N. K.,  (Sn-clal).���������Mrs. Jos. O. Chiassou,  wife of thp polico innglstiiatu; hero,  who for two years limi been practical  ly an invalid, is iigitln in the best of  health, and she is t^lrig her friends  ow quick and coir)ii*.e was )he ciiru  when she. took 'Dodd's Kidney Pills,  "My illness," Mrs. ^Chiasfcou says,  'was caused by a slralii, and for two  years 1 was a'sufferer. My, back ach-  cel, 1 was always tired und nervous,  there wore dark .circle's * .under my  eyes and after sleeping 1 hud a- bitter  taste In my mouth.  "J had a pressure and sharp pnin on  the lop of my head,. I -was always  tliirsly and iny skin had a harsh, dry  fccllnfcv T was often dizzy, I perspired  easily and my perspiration had an un.  pleasant, odor.  ''Almost from the first doso Dodd's  Kldnoy Fills ''helped mo and by 'the  time 1 had linished the first box I was  a well woman."  Mrs.' Chiusson's,. i-yniploins showed  that tl'.e trouble was her kidneys.  That's why Dodd's Kidney- Pills cured  her so quickly.  ."  Why Not?  "How are you?" asked a Gentile  friend, meeting Isaac in the street.  "Well, how should I be?" replied  Isaac.  "And bow are tho children getting  along, Isaac?"  "And how should the children get  along?" ���������'>'  "And docs your wife feel better?"  "Hew can a sick woiiuai let J  "Are    you    earning    more  now?" -'*.-'��������� ' V  ."How * much can a poor Jew earn?"  Uv this time the Gentile had quite  ost his natlence.    'Tell  me,  Isaac,"  lie said angrily, "why is it when yott  .lews are asked a question you always  nswer^with n question?"  Isaac was- silent, for a time, mien  lie answered,' innocently. "Why may  not a .lew answer with u question?"  ?" -.  money  "1 fear you are losing interest'In  the ca'iso.'\  "Why?" ,-'"..  "1 seo you constantly with a young  man."  "No danger," declared the militant  suffragette. '        ���������  "Then he is not your beau?"  "No, he's a professional bondsman."���������-Washington, Herald.  from the home 'farm. HTmust. go  down there beforo dinner. , Walk  down to the south gate with me, darling. You rest me. I feel, a less  discontented brute when you are  there."   *.'    '"', . ,.;. ^X'X-  '  As they'strolled across'the park in  the low evening light Dorothy used  lior best endeavours to* turn-her.husband's mind from the harassing problem presented ..to it by Tritton's disclosure, and her quiet, talk of other  things brought a, less ^anxious expression to his face before he parted  from her at the little1 wicket, gate  leading front' the park to the laho.  Indeed,- as he turned back, to wave  to her before he disappeared along  the avenue of beeches on the far,side  of the lane, his smile was scarcely  less cheery than usual,, and Dorothy  was moving away with lightened  heart to ..Biroll back to the house a-  gain, -when a step sounded in the  lane that crossed the beech avenue,  and a voice culled her name, a volco  whoso , hoarse1, shaken tones made  her turn- quickly hack to tho wicket  agtiin with a low cry.  "Oliver���������why    Oliver���������Ih   it  she snld.  (To be Continued.)  Unreasonable    Restraint.  A wag, entering an empty railway  compartment lately, happenecMo no-  Ik'e-the legend, -'Wait until fh'e inC-n  stops-,"' above tiie door, and .IhinMng'*  to have a joke on somebody, he dexterously crasud the "t".in "train." , At  the" next station an ohl country dame  got, in find stjated herself- ,  ���������-* A very heavy storm of' rain, now  came on and .when the train drew' up  at the next station:.-.the .good-, lstuy.  IookM~anxio'ui3woutr^ot,'~tli^  After a short stay the train again  started on its way, io the old lady's  amazement.  "Yer's a party go, sir," she said,  turning toward the heartless wag.  "An'..my old man was waitin' on the  platform. W'y won't they let 'e get  out when it's raining?"���������London Tit  Bits.   -   ��������� ..  Want Commodity  Rate to  Remain. ,  Regina,  Sask.���������The''shippers' .com--  nittee of the Regina board of trade,  i'ter considerable discussion, decided  o send   -a. telegram Mo  the  railway  .ommision, urging that the commod-  ly    freight    rates remain  in  effect,  pending    negotiations  with  the  railway companies.-,'  II. is uii.ed thnt the  new rates in the sixt.h class, which  covers agricultural Implements, still  discriminate in favor of Winnip'eg, and  efforts will    be    made to  have this  remedied.  Remarkable Experiment.  Sir W. Ramsey believes that something will be dono in the nature of uot  raising coal, at all, but.,, letting it. lie  underground, burning it there, and  taking off the gases. ������������������ He; has been in  communication with a,, largevcolliery  proprietor, and that gentleman is  making the experiment. It wll be  started on a vervsmlill scale.        i'i-  Amerlcanc the Biggest Mfeat-Eaters.  Despite the fact that the census reports show that Americans nre steadily  drifting towards vegetarianism,- they  are Btill (says the fnmil Doctor)7 the  greatest meat eaters in" the world.  Their nfeat ct������sls every yeairone hundred'million dollars moro thun their  vegetables, including imported vegetable foods. In the aggregate American  pay every year about���������������������������$2,250,000,000  for food,  Ask for Mlnard's and take no other.  StriiRglintf Author: "This world  will not recoKniste all I have dono until after my death."  Friend (consolingly: "Well, 1  wouldn't worry. You'd be beyond  injury then."  Hla Arch Look.  George iil. Cohan, the comedian,  was talking about men's clothes.  "Blank," said'Mr ���������Cohan,* referring  to a certain actor. "Blank Is a well-  dressed chap. .Blank, I warrant,  you, will look superb lit his new Easter clothes in tho Easter Sunday parade nn Fifth avenue." >  "Blank would, look well enough,' I  admit," said a tragedian, only, hang,  It he is bow-legged."  "Oh, but that." said Mr Cohan,  "than;Is ;what gives him his arch  look,"  The first.  Greeks and  Saracens  bread  was made  by  the first windmill by  the  the  A  TREATISE  on the  Horse-  FREE!  W* oflfcr you freel  t Ida book thftitelliyoul  all about horse dls-l  cftsei and how to cure  them. Call for it ������t  your local druggist or write na.  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  l������ l_r������lmlilt.    It ������urti SpMln, Curl>, Splint, |  Ktngboug OMIT otlitrUiMnau, quickly and nftly  ������lsm������llexp������au.Be������<liTli������tl*������,C������i!'  mora, Onl.,i������yi!  iUg������n,ofKiinli.  I uwJ yout S|������vln Cur* on ft I  kum tint lu'il Ringbone, aud It cured hlui la  four wwlu, Um������",  Jl������4 Mr, riialt Freneh.ot BUntlw,Oiut.  .writ������m      "tHm. Mhd mo   your I  inltt������W������ TrwvU.n on Uie Jlorw.  1 ban u������������U tlitim UgUlrti of your  oBl������vln Cure Ihli Mamiiflllh [  ���������rut iuccoM ������nd And It ���������  eur������cn���������forflm������ln.S|ir������liii '  ���������ull ������ll kluu ot font on  ' .ktlHi.  KENDALL'S^  IS IIORSK  INSUaANCB  Knndall'* Biwln  Our* t������ told tt tht  uniform price   of  tl.00 ������ bolde.  or '  8  boltlM fur f.VOO.  If ym\ cannot cot It  or our fiet took ������t  your  loc������l   Urui'stit,  viltttu.  . BR. 1. J. KENDALL COMPANY  EDMtwrfralli. Vtrmonl.UJJ.A.  CATS PAW  RUBBER  HEELS  Tread softly -  Step safely. 1&  Soros All Over Baby's Body  "IWn my bnl������,y hoy wur lilsr rrmntln  eld,   UH   iiudy ��������� v..is   t-omiiU'tfly   covered  tvit!' larno t.on'1 that novnird to lt*h nnd  , .     ...       ,rr .,., .     M.,���������  mil" km bi'Vnn In itlimilflu which tvonld  dlnli uud mn, rnitUmK lum" ^i,, /bi lnjif  (Jinn eut !,<_.������ miwT lift!!; kit wi, limi ino  rum. v.vi'ii over tlm Mitlru body, cuuhIhit  In tio or no Met b fer hahy or iiiysrif. tlft-at  train would roino off ivlirii 1 icniovcd liti  tlilit. Wo tr hi ft "oi im t mnny i-finrdloi but  j.oililurr u-iiulil lulu hlui, llll h fili'iid Induaij  .'*  '* ,'-.���������...- I 'ii- '! - "'.    !  il'id lhe Ciillnii.i H<)u|) dud Oliitint'lit, hut  n Mmrl tlrmt hi-ftiro I t-otili'' wc that Im v.is  lin|tiovliiB, nud la i>lx wukii' tlmo ho w;.n  (iillii-ly <ui(fl. "nd hnd hntTcri'd nlmut Nix  v.'cliH hclnii. wi' tried lliu Ciitlcura Ho-jp nnd  (Hfiiimnt, iiIHiiiiikIi wo had lrlt;d cevctul  iitlicr tliliiRH mid doitor. ton. I think tin  t'uil'iira Iti innlliii will di. all Unit t< iliiliiied  fur tin in, and it uri-ttt chid mon*." (Siisncd)  Mr- Viihl- T':Ij(i.-iti. Itntl'im, Mom,, .l.i;i  i'������Lltill.  r.'tlruru Pmn ������nd Outlr-ttra 0;.itmi"nt Rivld  l.', iUi;,,; ;,. ,i���������i| d<;.li->.. i .fijv.i ti>.   .'---i:.!  tol'uiti-r I������ini; A < ii.'iii,������'riT|).,fcr, ruiimit  Ave,  Ili.Mnti, U, H   \.,   Im a llbcrul '  iaiii|i|c ul i suli, with 32-J). boulik-t.  yon:  frua  v/. fi. u. no:.  Indian Dnnceo.  A dnncci whloh IiihIh all day and  ull . ni/i!ht, the iierformer'n eating  nothing diirlni,' that period, is known  iih the" "Adoption Dance," amongst  Iho ShnwiieeK, This Is <|tilt.o different :'roin any ono of the festive dun-  eon. The Indians como from many  miles around find ciinip; their faces  ure painted and their portions decorated with I'oiidH. A bonllro Is hnllt In  Mm centre of the en nip nnd they  dunce iironnd this. Tho llro Is kept  burning uniformly till the time,  Thin serves nlno iih their light, The  adoption dunce Is ruther quiet, more  so thun other dunces. The women  do most of the singing, and In a very  low lone. They diinco around the  circle In twos, Tho men dance lo-  (jollier lu I'roiil, and Iho, women lo-  gethcr lu llio rear, The two lenders  In front are iiHiially the ones who are  adopting the child, They curry tin  palls; In ihoHP are rubber balls,  which bounce uud keep lime with  the di'tiiiinier, This Is nil the music  they have to dunce by, if u inrgo  crowd Ih niwiiiblcd they may have  two or three drums. Al theso dun-  cck good order Is, kept, No drunk-  cniiCHH Is allowed, The diinco In lu  a grove, and If anyone does not behave decently they lie hlui lo a tree  for the res' of the dunce, After the  performance Ihey hold it grcnt least  CColerldfle In Youth,  In It I st lilhloiy   of the mihimI, JJusl  published In London, llercHford flinu-  ecllnr (itiotes  'n  capltiil titory about  i<,-,),.,.':,)yf, it i,. i , ii,, ,.rr, ,., ,\..., i,,  hiu hot iioetlo youth roli'rld_i,v|wus  witllilug down IhoHtiaiid, low! In" i3,.y  drcuiiiH, when ho begun to wuvo his  in in.t nbout him In noine inyHtcrloua  i iiireii|ioudt nco with his ihoiighlH, In  the roui'HO of MiCHe gyrations ho wns  so imfortiinato uh to Had his hniid In  ii fdruiifiir'.H pocket. This ustoiiiHh-  <>d perron ml once eluirgetl him ftlih  feloniou.t inicntioii, vMii'rciipon thn  poor youtli Hobl'cd out his Innocence,  and ;uld<d the perfectly I nic c.vpliiiiii-  lion���������"I ihoughl I was swimming the  1Mb-, lent."  Premature.  Senator Tillman, wltb his accustomed urbanity, was submitting to an  interyiew in Washington, One question, however, caused him to say  with a laugh:  "Oh, that question Is premature,  It's like the remark of little Tommy.  "Tommy' whenever a visitor camo  to the houso would have his head  patted aiid theyi the visitor would  say: ,  "'Well whose little boy are you?"  "Tommy after a little thought .ie  would try bis band nt this sort, of  thing himself, and ono evening when  a young man sat In tho parlor with  his sister Tommy tapped him on tho  head nnd piped;  '"Well, whose father nro you?'"  A Many Fingered Family,  In tho Village of Koshllovo (Grodno  Govern mon I >, Jtussln, thoro nro ovw  fifty prnsiiiits who have more thnn  the umiiiI number of lingers,  Aecoi-dln;? to pnrlleulnrs 'pnbllshrd  In the Novol Vroniyii; they uro nil  descendiuils of a peasant, who married In the llrst half of the lust, cnn-  tiu-y nnd who hud extra lingers oii ono  of his hnnds.  In the prescnl. gcncnitlon this ah  lioininllty is reproduced lo the ex-  Imii, of two, three, four or even live  ndililInput lingers. Sonic ciihch simply show u thumb duplicated from the  llvsf joint.  Af it, result nf Inlcrnuirrlngo the deform II,v Is ispri'iidlng lo neighboring  \Hinges, It, dlsi'ionsoH the young men  front inllllnry service, however sound  mny bo coiiKlltutloiiiilly,-- J'ull  (In/.elte,  they  Mull  Not Quite Ready.  A well known Scottish u relit tool  wns Imvelllng In I'lilcsllne recently,  when news reached lilm of nn addition to bis family circle, Tho hnppy  father Itnrncdlately provided himself  with some witter from the Jordan to  curry homo for tho christening of  tho infant, nnd returned to Scotland,  On the Sunday appointed for the  ceremony .ho duly presented himself  ut: the church, nml sought out the  hendlo In order to Iiund over tho pro-  Ciutit.    n.uri    iu   iii,-,   ...ne.        Ill-   pililt'U  the W:\vY from \\\>\ pocVel, but Hip  hcndle held up a warning blind, und  fumo near to whisper:  'No tbe noo, sir; no! the not)  he after tho kirk's out!''  CATS PAW RUBBER SOLES  ���������Embody thepatented*fej������tures,r^  of Cafe gaw Heels.    <so  To Build to Georgian Bay.  ^Ottawa.���������It is understood that the  government has been approached by  certain railway Interests" which" are  prepared  to build  a, line  of railway  rom Montreal to the Georgian Bay,  over which the I.C.R. would be given  running rights. The matter has not  yet been givan serious consideration,  but it will engage    the attention of  he ministers this summer.  There  Poles) in  are   2400   adiemi  Scottish mines.  (mostly  In France and Algeria, Greenwich  time has been adopted since March  of last year.  to love  Rather Grateful.  "Do you think It possible'  you enemies?"'  "Not exactly," replied Miss Cayenne, "��������� "Yet .many of us ought to  feel rather -'grateful to- our enemies,  as tlie only people who'take a real in-  ���������te^est-iu~u������." V       ���������^-���������*���������  1AMCER  Old Sores. Lumni  in Breast, Growths  removed and heal*  ed by a simple  Home Treatment  No pain.    Describe the trouble, we will send  book nnd testimonials free.  IHE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Limited  10 CburchiirAve., Toronto.  mmsm  SHOES  I_oolc better, flt better, wnnr  lonffcr und -glvo better eatlsfnc  tion thnn other makes, They  are the result of 58 yenrs* a'o-  cumulnted knowledge and experience In bwlldlncr High Grade  Bhoei. Stookfid by leading  denlors everywhere in Canodn.  The JOHN M0PHER8ON CO.,  Limited, H������mllton, Ont.  The Origin. Ot,. Diamonds.* ���������'.'' f;  Von Bolton thinks that ,-diamonds  are formed in hatiiVe by the action of  metal yaport. sucli as iron or magnesium, on carbon dioxide. lie has  succeeded in making microscopic diamonds by the action of mercury vapor on carbon. V  A MOTHERS PRAISE OF  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. Wm. Sullivan, Main River, N,  B., says: "Up to tho lime my baby  was threo months old it cried almost  continually day "and night. <I tried  mnny things but got nothing to help  it until a neighbor advised Btibv's  Own Tablets. I got a box of these nnd  thero was a change nlniost after th*  first, doso und in a .short time ths  child was In tho best .of health, aud,.  Is now a big, fnt, good-natured baby.  I nm iioiy, never -'without the Tublois  In tho house nnd recommend-them to  other mothers," Tho Tablets are sold  liy medicino dealers or by mall nt 25  emits n, box from iho Dr. Willinms'  Medicino, Co., Brockvlllo, Ont.  f DD     ATLANTIC  v-,r: re..' steamships  14,V������WTAE\!jnAll  FUTURE   8AILINQ*  Summer Scrvrco.  Montreal - Quebec ��������� Liverpool.  Empreis of Britain .. Frldajr, Mar   3  Lake Champlaln  .... U'hura., May   ������  Empiesa of Ireland ., lMday, May 17  Lake Manitoba  Thui-s., May ii  Empress of Britain Q. Friday, May II  and weekly thereafter.  Rates;  $9������S0  Saloon,  $53*75 Second. $32.BO Third Class.  Ships:    $50.00  Second,    SSI...  Third.  -Reservations  and  details from  any  Railway Agent or write  J. S. CARTER, Genl. Aflt.  ������10  Portage  Ave.,  Wlnnipej.  Empre&ses:  Other  A T^o.Safe Investment  7 per cent, guaranteed and a sliar*  in further pronUb      ��������� >vL,    ������������������  -  The above aecurtty !��������� the beat la-  dustrlal ever offerert In Canada.  Wrlto nt. or.ee  for particulars.  National  Securities  Corporation,   Ltd.  Confederation Llfo������Bids, Toronto,  Special Notice  Agents wanted to buy junk for  Cor. King & Sutherland, Winnipeg,  ',Man.  .,':.  When Your Eyes Heed Care  Try Murine Eye 'Remedy." No SniarthiK���������leele  Fine���������Acts QuIuUly. Try it for Red, Wcaii,  Watery Eyes and. Granulated EyelidH, Tllua-  tvated Rook In eueh''Package. Murine la  couipoundHd by our Ocullald-nol a"I������iuent, Med-  lelnu"���������but. used In succosBful I'liyBlcliuiH'I'rao-  tloo for lunny years. K������w Umllunled to tlin 1'nk*  Ilo nnd sold by DnisKlsls at Mo and 60c noi-lluUla  Mnrlno Hya Halvoin-ABeiillc Tube!,. _5o nnd Wo.  Murine Eye Remedy Co,, Chioaao  Never Feazed  Dugan.  Dugnn, the roofer, was. sciit-lo  millionaire's palatial' home, to fry  iind a leak In tho roof.  As he eiitered tho front hull,  but lor whispered to Dugan:  The hardwood floors, as.you go up-  'Btalrs they've Just boon polished."  "Suro, there's no danger av mo ���������slip-  pin' on htm," Dugan replied. "Ol hov  spikes in me shoes,"*  n  10  the  Made Up  lie���������-T think hev- mind is- nindo up.  Sne���������Woll, I know tho rest of her  Is.���������Boston Tnyiscrlpt.  *������>  Don't let repairs  eat up your profits  be���������let it bo permanent,  Whether'they represent" actual cash outlay, or  only tho tinje of yourself and your help, repairs  are waste just the same. When you make an  improvement���������no matter how small its cost may,  ���������..������i/i.������A������*   q?hon' it is a real investment, some-  mU:y-  Thnnka.  The Dlnt-i--i.fi i:i������ nlve yoii  Walter���������Von, sir.  Tho Dlnor -Union Pacific In  it tip,  up two polnlB to-inorroiv,-���������Satin  Kolnjj  Mot);-,', art:  forhidd: n. by  th. i,   wll  Rlon to (bpoi-ll thflr money In hr>  ImkImkI, flu"-- hiil'- If  In  Ih'  the farm remaius your own.  Concrete Improvements Are Permanent  They last as long as the very hills themselves. They do not  require experts to build them. Their first cost, in most cases,  is no more than for inferior materials.  Aren't you interested in the subject of permanent, modem  fm������m iTnT>l���������*ovemcnt,*,''��������� "  Then write for the book that describes hundreds of tliern^  "WHAT THE FARMER CAN DO WITH CONCRETE"  i��������������� ���������������L8rt',Lt.!:*}J.l'>aui;   HYe!*.y,on9 .of '*.������ 16������ bandeomely llliiitrnted p������o*������ l������ Interest.  Ino and Inetruetlve.     They tell how to mln f.onerete, how to nl������ce It. what ran ha rtona  yi.tn ii,  ��������� its,'  ^eYourBool  ine uot,*. wai pfinuo to *tn ior ~\i cenu, but we have a copy tor you, free.  Your  name   and   adclrett on a postal will bring thii book  TO YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE  Mall the pnntcnnl to-day,    Tho booli will corno lo you by  return mall,    Addreii  CANADA CEMENT CO, Ltd.  63-63  NATIONAL BANK BUILDING     ��������� MONTURAL, P.Q,  OTLAHF  uH'.uii  l.uml  Ihuirv  1'  I'tn,  wns  rf  itv th������-  nrriilly  CEMENT^  ������r*������wi������*t������i 9 a am*  itlllll?  p'l' artf. \  \.  oL>  r '  ft-.  i'i,'  1  fan?, TVTF.WS. rTmRK^T.AND, I*. Cm  i.\  ���������>''  THE STANDARD  ARTICLE ��������� SOLD  EVERYWHERE  orinta.  [m||iil|V>i|Miiiiii ���������"  in i"i|>>i.ii'Mini #{.....1.. W.1....11. !,.,,j I  softening iiwaterj  i'il'|il||||ll|ii|litiniii������ll*-'-'   ii.Miiili.fMMHI'.'j  sinks, closed  drains; andfor  liliii|Hl|iiini|iii|llli',|if|il[1iii|ili|ilil|i|i||i|ii|iiill  manyiptheripurposes  llllllllllllll./lllllllllllHIIIIII rilllll'iiillllilliinl  lll'-lllllllll  E.W.GILLETT  COMPANY  L-IM ITED  T0RONTO,0NT:  Wanted to Do The Right Thing.  c A -woman in Trenton, N.J., who liaij  been having u lot of tumble with her  domestic help, vas obliged recently  to accept it ho temporary service of a  -raw recruit in tho slinpe of an Irish  girl just, landed in this country.  After u prelimlrary survey of the  Rlrl and a dejected sigh, tlie lady of  the house asked:���������  "What can you dol".  "Shure, most anything at all,  muni," responded tho newcomer.  The lady of the house glanced  about the room. There whs every  thing to be clone. "Could you All  tho lamps?" she ilnally ventured to  ask.  "Shure, I kin fill the lamps!" exclaimed the enthusiastic Celt, as she  grabbed one and started out. Then,  -with the air of one wishing above_all  t hlngs to milt the possible caprices of  n new employer, she paused to query:  "An' is it gas or oil ye'd be wimtin'  thim tilled with?"  Expansion And Contraction.  Jl teacher in a New Jersey educational institution had been' trying to  make clear ilo her pupils the principle iu physics that bent expands and  cold contracts. Tho rulo was (lis-  ciiHsod lu >��������� its various aspects juul  bearings, and Ilnally the teacher  6iil.ll:--  .'���������''William Brown, suppose you give  me a good example of the rulo."  '  Well, ma'am," answered William,  "In Hummer, when it is hoi, the days  nro longer, und in winter, when it is  cold, the days arc. shorter."  Hard and BOft Corns both yield to  IjAlloway'a (lorn Cure, which is cn-  .1   Hrely pafov to uso, and certain and  eatlsfactory ln lis acllon,  .t  ,  How Time  Changes  Words,  "Owo used to mean "lo own, to  poaueuR."  Any boy wns onco a knave.  Iillol onco upon a time was applied to a private person who took  part in public life. It Is a Greek  word, nnd tlie Greeks bellovod thitt;  nil hiicIi pei'RoiiB were foolish; so It  has come to mean a foolish person.  Hussy now characterizes an impudent woman, while originally It was  a short word, meaning houswlfe.  A villain wiib onco a iJavo attached  to a farm,  Tyrant onco applied to any prince  or governor.  "Infant was onon HyiionyniQiis with  "apcGchless."���������KniiHiiH City Times.  1 Worms nap tho strongllh and undermine tho vitality of children. Strong-  thon thoin by using Mother Onivo's  Worm Wxlorniliiiitor to drive out llio  parasites.  ������.        i   ���������  "tlavo yon over had a urt'iini Hint  camo two?"  "Yon, Iliad ono only a fow nights  ngo that came true, I dreamed Ihat  I was going lo receive a telegram  wlile-h T would bo afraid to show to  my wlfo,"  "Ami you got It? Was It from another woman?"  "Ves."  "Say, old mnn, T never nnppoHod  you would bo guilty."��������� \  "Willi! H was from my mother,  who notified nm tlmt sho was coming  to visit ,us for two or three week*."���������  Chicago ilflconl-licniltl.  sea marriages:  Captains Can Tie the  Knot  But It  Can Be Annulled,  Very low people aro aware of. the  power vested in the commanding  officer of a British man-of-war, or in  the captain of a British 'merchantman, when on*-the-*'hish seas or in a  foreign port where thero.js no British  representative, as regards marriage,  providing one or both of the con*,  trading parties bo a British subject.  The -seo; r afforded either of tl>o officers is such as might bo turned to  very good account by enterprising  novelists.  ,'������������������"  The captains of His Majesty's  vessels aro authorized by tho Foreign Marriages Act of 1892 to act as  marrjngo registrars just tho same as  an tunbassador, consul, or British  Resident abroad, and the ceremony  may tako place pit the high seas or  on board a .British'man-of-war'on a  foreign statioii, subject to certain  "proscribed modifications." These indicate that the legality of tha, mar-  riugo depends on the; commanding  officer fulfilling the '.conditions, of the  foreign Marriages Act, Which, with  very, slight differences, conforms to  the conditions as, to age, consent of  parents, false oaths, residence, and  so on,"applying, to marriage, in the  United Kingdom.  ���������Though no one, oan question a  captain's authority to marry at sea  or on board a vessel on a foreign station, if any of the provisions laid  down aro not fulfilled, a Secretary of  Slate has the power by means of a  warrant to vary or annul tiie marriage  performed under the act.  -But in the caso of such a marriage,  the captain who acted a3 registrar is  protected from any disastrous consequence ensuing from his act.  ���������Before this act commanding officers  of men-of-war and merchantmen celebrated marriages on board under an  old act, and the marriage had to be  confirmed on arrival at the nearest  port by the British representative  there. Where there was none, the  captain himself had to act as consul  and confirm his own deed.  In the merchant service the skipper  has .even greater power. He is not  obliged to give a certificate, the only  compulsion on him being the necessity  to "log" the marriage in his official  log-book, where it may be seen  entered between reports dealing with  the vessel's victualling, her course,  tha weather encountered,' the ships  spoken to, and the many humdrum  details of "writing up the log."  -*.  ��������� . i  A "Talents' ������' Tea.  The latest in novel teas comes from  London, says The Toronto Star Weekly. At the "talents' " tea, every guest  was expected to do something towards  the_ amusementor -entertainment, o[  Uie other guests, and no one was allowed any. tea until he or she had  fulfilled this condition, Some went in  for the more serious accomplishments,  such as singing, or playing the piano, exhibiting paintings, needlework,  etc., but most fun and laughter wa3  heard in tho room where the more  frivolous of the "parlor tricks" wero  going forward.  When I went, into this room, I saw  a pretty girl cutting out the cutest  little paper figures you over saw, and  arranging them into a scene of "The  Glad Eye,", one of the plays at present on in London. Lord. Cochrane,  Lord Dundonald's eldest son, was  busy showing card tricks, while Lady  Diana Manners and her sister, Lady  Majorie, in a far corner, were acting  a small little diologue to a select and  admiring audience. In another room  there woro,some beautifully-made artificial flowers, a trimmed hat, soipa  exquisite embroidery, one or two well-  oxooutod paintings, and somo finely-  modeled clay figures laid out on a  tnblo, with their producers' name duly  affixed.  When everyone had displayed his or  her talent to*tho best of their ability,  n'lallot" was taken and small prizes  awarded to thoso who had gained the  most votes. It is generally conceded  ,that the hostosa herself ''deserved- a  big prtoo for exhibiting such "talont"  in tlio idea, and all her guests wore  glad to lionr that as the afternoon  hud boon such a success alio intended  J.o repent tho'experiment Inter on in  th .season,  CHINESE lAds' schooling;  f\    i,-  .   r - .-   H- -   r",,i ,,--.-  I  ������w|ju,<l������t4   ������v������     ...w    i   iitU,gf  "Mo drink ft 'heavily"  "I know It"  "He gambles,"  "I uni fining to many lilm to reform  him,"  "My girl, lint or, tn dip.   Try nno ex-  ,  ,   .. ,    i,   . ..  p>. I lUHiilt     ll.l'iU     .>*>'������   "���������������'    >...,>.  ''Whnt 'xpoilm-nl?"  "TiiK������ lu a wr-oUV. washing to do,  nnd see how you will like i! "  Last Use of Sedan Chair.  The Sedan chair, which Mrs. Ed-  inond, the Scotch centenarian, romom-  bo I'* using in her youth, roqiiirod  skillful handling on the part of ils  bearers. Tho last person in London  lo use thiH form of oonvoynnco habit,  iiallv wan Lady Lucy Pusoy, mother  of the Traotarian lender, Lndy Lucy  believed in resting Iter horses ou  Suiulny, and usoil to go to cluiroh In  a Sodnn chair. In 384B, Lowevcr,  alio had to abandon the prncf.co, owing to tho impossibility of procuring  Bittinfnclory bonrcrn. liy Hint lime  thoro woro no properly trained boarors  left. Men unacotiHtomod to tho work  would fall out uf Htep.'-London  Chroniole. _  Ideals for Scholarship Rather than  fop War.,  For centuries* most Chlneso boya  have had three or fpur years it  schooling before going to Svorlc at  tlio business of their ancestors; ,but  all that the common peoplo got was  memory-work by sight; and, '"Bomvdi  They did not reach-the higher gr.ito  Iii -which, according' to Immemorial  custom, the teacher began to exp'ain  tlio meaning of words, characters  and references, TIiub most coolies,  whose Vocabulary is very limited, can  read characters a little, but with iin-  perfect comprehension of their mean-  ing.., ���������"���������:  '.-'���������    "        .-.',*'.     ; '*' .-v.*-  The bright-boy is encouraged to go  further. Indeed, tho ideas) of the  race have always been for scholarship rather than for war, for mental  rather than for physical accomplish-  ment, and tho hero-tales told to children show ambitious youth arriving  at prodigious learning, and consequently high office ln State, after  many years ot incredible labor aud  self-denial.  Society* Is still divided into tho  four ancient classes. Scholars,  from whom all officials are chosen;  fanners, artisans and laborers, merchants, Vet It Is possible for a  clover boy of any class to become a  scholar and enter tho Government  service, and there aro many instances of poor parents scrimping and  starving to keep a, gifted son at his  long and severe studies until ho can  pass the ilnal examinations, become  a mniidarian of office-holder aud begin to reward his family,���������Tho Century.  Mlnard's Liniment used by Physician's.  A Power of its Own���������IV, Thomas'  Kcleclric Oil has a entitle power of  lis own Unit, other 0U3 cannot pre-  end to, though thero are many pre-  enders All who have used It know  tills and keep it by them as the most  valuablo liniment available. Us usefc  aro innumerable .ind for many years  it has open pri>;..������d as the lending lliil-  ment for man and beast.  - Academy For Dog8.  An enterprising person In Paris  has opened an academy for dogs. The  duration of the curriculum is a mini-  nj,um four month's, when presutnbly a  pass degree is obtained. For honors tho time spent with class fees Is  somewhat heavy. The animals received at the school, which has above  its portals in letters of gold the  words. "Academic pour Chlens,"  are taught a thousand and one graceful tricks, and on leaving they "take  with them- their diploma signed and  sealed. Some' of' the alumni, we  read,_ have already obtained a deserved reputation.  Wretched from Asthma.' Strength  of body and vigor of mind are inevitably impaired by the vlsllr.ilon of  asthma. Who can live ir.ider the  cloud of recurring attacks and keep  body and mind at their full efficiency?  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  dissipates J-ln}JeIo-iiiL-l>y_-rGino_vliis__the_  cause. It doos relieve, fl doss restore  lhe" sufferer to normal budiiy trim and  mental happiness.  Really Rainproof.  In Lapland garments mado of reindeer wool are famous for their moisture-resisting property as well as for  their warmth. . The'hair, unlike, that  of many animals, Is nof, hollow  throughou;. its length,.but Is divided  Into 'watertight cells filled, with air,  which appeara to be under compression, so that when the garments are  placed In water the hair, or wool,  swells without breaking, and the  wearer is buoyed up, and does not  really sink It ho falls overboard.  Such garments aro In common use  among the Swedes and Norwegians,  Rather  Useleos. '  Kind Lady���������And what, doos your  fathyr do?  .Urohln���������Ain't got np fathor���������-only  a Mtepfather.  Kind Lady���������Well, what dotyiyour  F,tepfatlier do?  Urchin ���������Ho ain't done ��������� nothin'  since we've had him.  "I beg pardon," said tho reporter,  "but you aro Mr Spudde, tho potato  king?"  "Yes, but I don't llko that term,"  replied the murphy magnate, testily,  "Oil kings and cattlo kings nnd the  llko are so common, Call me the  potatentliite."���������Harper's  Mngasslne.  Distribution $f Sexes.  A German economist. Horr Gulisc-  aombarof, ha$ recently made some  ,aJQu)&tious concerning tho population  of the world, saya i\\k 6lobo, nnd ho  arrives at the conclusion that thero  are 1.70Q, 000,00$ eouls. From tho  point of yloW of sex, ho possesseB  some data concerning 1,038,000,000  and he llnds that ot those 521,700,000  as males aijd 616,300,000 aro females,  consequently on tho aggregate, tho  professor concludes, there nro 990 females for every thousand mon, llerr  Gulischamburof finds tho snmo distribution beyond Kuropo. In Africa  women preponderate, and the ratio  is greater than that of Europe, : for  -in the black continent there ure. 1,045  females for every thousand men,  compared with 1,027 women to llio  same number,In Europe.  In tho three other, divisions of tho  world women aro In tho minority. Iii  America thoy count for every thousand men 064 -women, In Asia 061,  and in Australia 937. In Africa that  part were the women population Ih  greatest iii Uganda, where for a thousand men they count no rover. than  1467 women. The female'-population shows weakness iu the Western  nnd North-Western States otEEast-  ern Australia. The greatest paucity  of women it to be found in Alaska  and the Malay States, whero for 1000  men wo find only 391 and 389 women  respectively. ������������������  A Misalliance,  Mothor:     That's nomo of my son's  work,    Ho'n quite wedded fo art.  1   .Touch    (thinking   nloud):  Ah, another of those uiiHultahle'-niiivrlngos,  ���������London Opinion,  Keep Mlnard's Liniment In the house.  Mrs Wombat, I iindorHliiiul you  havo boon happily married for  iwenly-llvo yearn."  "Yen"  "To ono husband?"  "Yoh."  "Would you conuldcr an offer to np-  penr In viiudovlllo?"  "No: I don't bellovn lu malting   a  Mjllt.lttUm      (Mil      iii    HttCh    UlUl.tt.-lt>, '--  Pittsburgh I'OHt,  Sir Andrsw Fraier Honored.  Sir Andrew L. Eraser, who wns in  Cnimda in,the iiitormUn of the laymen's missions, hiu'just beon honored hy the unveiling of n Htiilutu in  Dnlliousio S((iinri������-, CnleuHn, Ho wns  Lioutotiaiit-Govcrnor of llengnl for 37  tnl. Tt wns tinvofted hy thn Vlforoy  of India with grout nomp. The Aii-  glicnn Mntropolilan nlid Knninn Until-  olic Archbishop wero present, The  unvolling was Hiilutod by the firing of  flfloon guiiH from tho fort,  Profits of Suet Canal,  Tlio llrlllsh Government Inst yonr  roeolvod ������1,120,260 In xlividontla on th*>  Bue/. Ctttml shares which Lord Hon-  coiiHlleld bought for ������4,000,0011 thirty,  live years ngo, All together Kwrlniiri  hn.-i ri*r*>Wet\ JCI7.000.000 in (Ilvldend.i  from Uiohi) nhnrea.  A Great Charity.  Medlnml Hall, Ste|iiioy, a T.ondhn  relief orgnntzutlfiii instihitod in *,  small wny in 1801 by a few vounn  clrrk.o in nn AiislrnTinn morchnnt'it  nfllf-e, Ihu sheltered .'1,000,000 homo,  lem men in il-i I'venfy-nnn y^/iri of  existence, at a total coat of ������'26,000,  Health K  And Success  nro Kiit'li IriLliuntc Hnlloim lliat n������  one nut ho expected lo ho-wdl  acquiilnlcd wllh Btiect'KH who does  not keep good liold on lienlth.  Most, Hcrions fddoicKscH Nlnrt in  minor troubles of tho digestive  (irjirnns. Tliousnnds loinw by  nclunl cxiic'i'iciu'c (lint health nnd  strength���������nnd therefore micccss���������  Are Increased  By Use of  llrrcli.-uviVi I'lll't In 1h������e, ind 1������"-  1'oro -minor Ivouldefl hecome deep,  pcnlnl nnd liiHllnjr. 'J'liis fnnioim  fninily remedy will donr yonr fi.vs������  tern, rogiilnle your liowels, Bllinu-  lnltj your liver, lone your filomncli.  'ft , .   . r   i  will juviik'i'Jy  ���������nourish ymi nnd enrich your blood.  You will bo bcnllhy enough to  mint dlsense���������filronir eiioii������li In  tnlcc due ndvnuln������e of oppor������.  tuitity nller   taking, ns needed,  D K EL U Bill ill O  riLLO  Toads Embedded In Chalk.  Mrs Marie S. Hagen, of Ropely,  raisef- an interesting, though much  discussed, question in the current Issue of the Melbourne Magazine. She  writes: "Recently I was having some  deep holes dug out of the solid clialli  in Avhieh had recently been a meadow, for the purpose of planting  some' pillar-roses, and in two of these  my gardener found several small  toads firmly embedded in the chalk,  and one tightly fixe'd.intoalarge flint.  I had often ��������� heard of toads being  found embedded in a rock, but 1  never quite believed it.*' The chalk  In question -cannot, I think, have  been disturbed since it was first laid  dow-n upon the lloor of some ancient  ocean. Can the toads have burrc*-  cd so far beneath, the surface���������and  through so hard- a substance as solid  chalk?"    '  "QEE how handy my new granary is.  O You place four or five of them around  your quarter section. This saves time in  harvest hauling to stacks."  ���������'Then my granaries como In to hold your grain from each  stack. My granary ketsps grain clean, drynndunhcated.  No musty grain, no losses from rats or vermin. When  ready haul direct to the elevator from the granaries."  "I mako several sizes of this handy granary. You can  get 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600 and 1000, full mcas;  ura guaranteed Imperial Bushel sizes (not  6mall U.S. bushels) and vou setup any  Pedlar Granary in half a cay. Remember  you can move it easily any time. My  Granary saves big money by cuttingdown  teaming and keeping the gmin right.'���������-  f'See how th* man at the left can shovel  grain in from, tha threshing machine,  if it has no leg-spout to deliver grain  direct through the manhole on the roof.  The other man i3 bagging grain. Granaries arc had  with door-section or plain, as desired. My new Granary  i������ just right for saving cost. It pays for itself in a year.  It comes in sections���������low freight cost. A boy can set  up.   Write for my descriptive booklet.!' 70o  Writs for Booklet No. 6J  The Pedlar People Limited, Oshawa,Ont7  ���������WINNIPEG OA.T.(_ABY  EDMONTON      BEOINA.  76r.ombSrdSt. CrownBlock  563 3rd St.W. 1901 Railway St. S.  SASKATOON M008E JAW             lETHBBtDOE  Drawer 1645 care WluUock & Murlatt      i'32i Fiftlt St. 8  How to REMOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR  Fronvthe FacerArma anci"NeckTold"Frco"  Society wointMi and nctressiVKjtll ovitr  F.uroite arc stroiiRly Indorsing- a nc\t  lnnrvplloitH tllsebvery of lioiv to remove  ptipertluntis linlr from tho faco, nrms tnnl  neck. This new discovery la now for tlio  first tlmo Introduced Into Canada. Any  womnn nflllciod witli tlie growth of slip-  f.iiluous halt- cnn obtain the Information  ftoo of olnirsrc. fieml vou n.imo und ������.l-  ilt'CSM lofiftllier wltl; n 2 ccr.l nt.iitin \t  Mn dn mti Vnynrd, Itoom 23, Stobnu Ulo'.-l;,  ���������\Ylnnli)Off.  Height Of Shooting Stars.  According to "Cosmos," tlio moan  height at which shooting stars first  becomo' vlslhlo Is 81. mllos. Tho  moan height of their disappearance  Is about r>8 miles. Tho mean length  of this visible .path Is 15 miles,  "Who cots the custody, ot the autr  mobile?"  v"I J.ohl my.Avlfo-Bho might have il.  I can't keep up the machluo and pay  alimony, too."���������Lbuisvlllo Courier-  .Tournal, ��������� ���������*.  AVhon^oIng awny from homo, or at  any chango of linhittit, ho Is a \\\e  iniui who nuniborB among IiIh belong*-  ings a bottle of Dr. ,1, D, Kellogg'tf  )yfir-ntor,v Cortllnl.   Change  of   fooil  nd wnter   in    somo   Htrmigo place  v'nero there nro im*��������� doctcrs mny brliiR  n an nftnek of dyfi^ntcry,   Ho then  haB a fitautlnril roniniy nt Imml with  vhlch to cope with (he disorder, ami  oreuviiietl ho can  aneceHflfiilly  flglit  ho"nllinoiit aud mil hie II,  MY TREE TRIAL TREATMENT MAY CURE YOTJ  ^,       4,     -������������������  ���������������������������.������������������'���������.-' Kingston, Ont.. June Ctti. 1303.,  pear Mrs. Curran.���������I feel no very much better after using tha 10 day*' treat,  ftient of ORANGE hlliY you -war* kind enoujtfl to send, that 1 will not require an}  more. In faot, I f������������l entirsly wfiU, and it is now a. month slnco I stopped using th������  tr#a.tm6n<.- ;    (Miss) P. w. T.  Slmllaf Uttwr to the >boy< u*. not teffgmret, tbouch, of course, such <*aes  " '   '*'r    ' ' i    i ���������      -. ...n., arei not of long standing.   Most wo  men who hav* suffered for any  , lenrth of ttm������ will requlro to us������  ORAKOB IJX.Y longer than th������  Trial Treatment In order.'to effect  st -.-complete cure, but J ri every cas>(������  they will bo .perceptibly benefited,  -further, the benefit will be pernuin-  ent whether they continue to use  ORANGE LTUT or nbt. It is not  taken internally,.and does not contain any alcohol or oth������r stimulant.I  It la an applied treatment, nnd  acts directly on the suffering organs. In all cases of women'u dls-{  orders,   these   organs   are   congest".  .* M.**f$-Jk&&--.*'v.rlr Mttarfng Woman may prove Its (tood nualltles,' T'-wlll send  thpllgh M DnANOB LILY tor 10 day's treatment, absolutely free, to each lady who  Will aehd tarte her address.,      MRS. FRANCL.t>. E. CURRAK, WINDSOR, ONT.   10  The day before oho*was-to be married the old negro servant camo to  her mistress. nml entrusted her Bav-  Ings to her keeping, ,  "Why'should-1 keep It? I thoiiBht  you were going to got married?" said  the mistress.  "So I Is, mlHsus; but do you s'poso  I'd keep all ills money in the houso  wld .that strango nla'gtSr?"  What Polly WanUtl.  Tho McKoosport man wun tolling  tlio minister about hla educated parrot,  "Ask him somethliiR," hn��������� urged.  "Polly want a cracker?" naked the  parson,  "Ntuv, Rlninio Ihreo earda,"  l")o not nlvn your fninily food mndo  wllh ilium baking powdor. Uiio Jln������le  HaliliiK I'owdcr. (.'ostfl no morn thiui  Ihr. (iniltriry Uiiidn <nH H ii'iini'iiiitOHl  not lo conlaln nlimi. All Inurodleiilfi  nre plainly printed oivoitcli, pnckiiKO  Heo if they nro o.i the brmiil you nre  now UKitiR," AH up ID-dale (Irooers ao'l  nnd recti in niond "Jingle,"  "Your ������on appears lit Im a yoiiiit?  man of isrcat expect at lonfl,"  "Yon, Ilo put In his upnro time  wrllliiK Hpooohos which ho will hnvo  to deliver at tho livylnw ot cornor-  HtoiiflH when ho Is prcHlclout."���������Chlo-  hko Hecortl-llornld.  "Hard Drinking Water.  Many porsons havo Ioiik believed  that It Is Injurious to the hn&u,h to  drink "hard" wator. Medical authorities now assort Ihat. thero la no  foundation for tlio belief, and somo  maintain that hard wntor Is oven  superior to soft water for drinking  purposo. They point out the fnci  that .ordinary food con tn Ins a great  deal moro lime than la to bo found  In even a larger <iunnli!y of water  (hrtn nny ono would hn likely to  drink, (lout Ih said to occur alike a-  ino,ir Ihoso who do and and tliu&ts  wlio do not drink hard water. According to the HtatlstlcH quototl In lhe  Engineer, thn denlh-rnto In "hard-  water towns" is netunlly less than In  "Hoft-water towns,." It Is also the  fnct that most of the nattirnl waterk  attributed to Iho drinking of hnrd  wnter, thoniSBlWH eoutalti no small  proportion of llnui salts.  Well, Well!  JTHISIsa HOME DYE  Jhftt ANYONE  IdtjedALL^eie  DIFFERENT KINDS  -<      of Goods  "with the SAME Due.:  I used  PYOtA  |ONEDY^AIIKINDS������^om|  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Utc  NO thtnet t.t tulngitti* WRONfl Oy������ forth. C.onim  ' nn* lull In color,   All ailiin ft mn ynur Oniirlit  Ili-aUr.   VnV.V, fifilnr (Uril und SIOIIV lloolil.t.  The Jolir.iou.UkUirdton Cow 'jmlt������il, Moatroi,  iODiM  [lil or I  Ull*. I  i������rfj������yj  Pell.  Miyt Murphy���������Ho your tion Dentils  tell from his rilryoplatio? Hiiro, 01  Ihouirhl- ho1 wim leiirnln' lo llv In n  corrlspondenco school,  .Mrs CiiHey-;.-Ho \\.is, hut, lui hflnip-  ped short In the niitldlo o( a Icumm.  ���������hlpplncott's,  It Is never .ion soon lo bin mo It on  tho other fellow when you mnko n  mistake,  The Chicago Tolephono Company  is experimenting with a new coll, by  which It Is hoped to establish lelo-  phonlo communication between C'hl-  cngo and London.  Lumber Carried on Burro Back  Tho toroslB of Mexico aro situated  chiefly In tho mountains ht altitudes  of 8000 to   lii.OOO foot.     In tho lowlands of tho tropics' there aro scatter*  .od mnhogftuy trees and a variety of  other hnrdwood llinhor,     Owing   lo  jlho inaccessibility   of   mnny of th������  tracts of timber   In    the mountains,  j eoniimnitlvelv    Iniv    rnllroadii    havo  , peno:ritled thorn.     The chief meant  I of getting out the roughly hewed tlm*  I her .find bringing   It down from tho  higher altitudes Is by burros,   Thoso  1 Ittlo beiisls of burden have powerful  strength nntl entViriiiiee,     They follow the narrowest mid most danger*  oun mountain trails even when (heir  bodk's nro landed with the weight of  mnomioiiH tlinbers,     Jt Is upon tho  banks of tbcKt) burros Untl thotisaiuln  of   railroad   crosstloa wero brought  down from tho mountains, thus ennb-  ling thn   construction   of tho moro  modern ilium of transportation,  Soli ������rerywli������i*t    t      *     tn hottt, IX*.  W- N. U, 8D8.  A Sheet That Couldn't Da Turned,  Thorn i'i In T.oiidnn n irontloninn  who hns given up sovernl yenrs of Ills  llfo lo a erusnde ngnlnst lhe ordlnnry  sheet, Ilo lias liiveiilml a sheet  which ennnot be turned hy tli������ maker  of the bed, so that, tlie sleeper In always sure of being between the smile  Hiirfiiees, Ilo holds thnt v<>ry fow  hotels give to each borrt>r ft cU'fl)  pnlr of pheelH, and Hint ilio fr'niwle-  lois lu|Vi> an uri|il>:>i������nlil, li.thll nl'  turning tlieiu, or ironing them, nnd  then calling them ('Wit. "Fe^ po  pie renlUe, kii.vs tli������'> Inventor, "tV  ni\ grdlnary pair of shei-tii con be )iii  on A bed Ih [Vi! different iirtdltloiis, li  Is an appalling thought Hint one mny  Uu Iim thlvly-hKcoiiil puinyu lu nlotip  between those aheets,  A   WOMAN'S COOB LOOKS  Depend on her ilenerul health ond lre������dnm Irom pain. Many a woman look������ old  betore her time beonuio o( Uione irrcfttilariiiti which ������fo ct.ieiiiit������lly iemiumc.  SUrlintf (rum early womanhood, the mften Irom Ireqiieolly reoiirrhiil derdiifjemcntt  that up������ef her womanly health. II ihe he beauril'id ihe i������rowa into Ilinl mellow  tie without wrinklei and crowfeet about Ihe eye* or lhe blue circles underneath.  It li Invariably the rule lliat auclt women miffer little, or nol al all, (rem womanly  drnmrfrmenU which non lhe health and leave in the face the tell-tale ������tory of pnin  nnd itiHerin<, Dr.H.V. I'ierce.the famoti.t i.prcitdi������t in lhe i1i*fai,eii ol women, Iminil  fi preaorlption in \\U early practico lliat loolhed lhe or<unUni peculiar to woman*  hood���������oiled Ihe machinery,������������ it were, of the human lynlem-ind helped the woman  to pan tboie painful perlodi that icar-lined nnd ni(ed bcr (aoe. Thi������ remedy hecam*  (he welbknown Dr, l'ieice'a Fuvorilu IVehcripllon, that haa  benefited Ihoiwanda ol women and laved tlicm Irom miicry  and iiiftcrinft at different period* in life,  'An. 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Out.  J -'   '���������'./,>,->.,._ ,������������������ I   [i.yMJ'A'v-\f  The Couriermy Motel  Every con-tU'k'iK'f* for p\irslfc.  Vh_ Gi'-islic.l Hot I t'.iv Kpojtoi������on  |!v        J'.I.H   llltl (ill- 1'. -t  I'I W'lllri ,-lllll    I.'ljlllM'i  i.i i?-,i' it iv.  HAfKC riKA.SOKABL'.i  Joiin Johnston,   Prop  \~>r_~?v ���������v*.-*tv't. th v������ wrrsi* v- ���������;. - a ,,ws-rys--������a .i,/- en ,���������* Jt v *" ,i vi  O  i\ff\i<\ ti ;.|ip ;,- r,ii a 'i.mnwM! ,,f ihsj. l, ,t- 1 Council will proceed 'to couipk-U  oi li.m,-. hoi-i h#m, f���������r ,\M iv.inho,iftpa ,4.,mc at the cxnonse ol' the prop-  pense oi tne prop  erly owners.  By order of.  The City Council  A. MeKINNON.  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THK H, S, 00\v'[p{\N VVILfPAlL  AS UN DICK  POWKU. RJVKR.CO^OX-UiNlON-OAMLMiKr.L KIVURumU-  Leave A'ancotiver Thtirs. ?. p, niArrive domox Friday (i a. m.  ])ep;ut 7 a. in,  Arrive l'lii<������n  Hay Fiiday 7 a.m. depart () a pi.  (1'or Caihpbell River, wavports tor N'aiicouvei'.)  .NAKA1MO DKNMAN ISLAND-UMON HAV-COMOXROUTK  2 midniyht  ���������''���������   0   j Leave V,-iiircuv,.-r aulnrday H p.111.   Anive   Nanaimo, 1  PP   $,   i Anive Union Day, Sunday 6 a m. He-part. 5 p ur.  i  I!  ���������H  LOOK!   READ!  DIHON "UOIW PHONOGRAPH liOk SALIC, also '  r.houl four dozen of the latest  ,1 uiiimte Atnbercilc Records The  maehiue i- just as good as new  and the records an: perfect, with  out a blemish. Owner will sell  cheap for cnsli. This is a snap  for anyone that is thinking of  getting a talking machine. Apply this ofltee.  V IUTO IIIA   LAND  DjSTiiOO,   3  j)itntriet of Sayward.  TARK notice that Gcorfjo iK'i:-.  ry West of Vaneouver, [5. C, oc  etipatton Fish   .Merchant,  inlendt  I!   to apply  for  permission   to pn I'll    eluih''   l!io   followiiiff     dt^erihee  11 1  larnls:--Oomttieiiciii^ nt   n   po^t  planted at the N. W, corner of  Lot-I JJ, IMHi) thence Ensi nlong  1 lie survey line 40 chaini!, ihew.o  North ������0 eh-.iiti'A, thence. Wwt ���������'('  chain?, Ihence youth along tin. "  In Ice slioi'o BOeli.-uTK,, and eontiiin  iug 80 acres.  Gkorgk Hknky WlteT,  Applicruit.  Dated Novomlicr2JK, H'll.  o1  I  $.'-'*X*.V*tM. ^_������\WZMX  #J.*������:I  .4 ft K.  w a  'fm 'Jj  CI*  J'-v,  ���������i-i  .*/  V       of-  f~>       '"���������  . r���������^  ,' J,        ���������   .���������I  ���������  ' ^        ft!     ' U  r'-f-mi I   ' < (-  1������J������.*  (  -aJL  to  w  "ill.  ).-������.���������( ~i-H  1 r-'i  0-4  Airive Comox, fl uud ay <S a 111, Depait .j pm.,  Subject to clunsjc without notice.  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Scotch Tweeds; Dlue  and black Serges and Cheviots.  -&66������������������������'9������S���������������������������Q9<S������iB������'9  Bay  ��������� NO'I K'K ii liofohy jjiven that jjodiiyi  .'ilU'i tlate I intend la apply to ihe Jlonoi  uble Muunter ni l.mnls fur t, hcciv.c to  |jinspcrt for co i! ami |)cn-olc-ui.i untlei tht c  foitjbhon: ;t|it! mulei tin* w;������t������:t on ihe  Irtiids 10 .ninl oppo'-.ite lh������ f,j|!ot, in^ <)e  scnliotl I.hhK .liiuate in Rtipeit Diaiikf  ��������� l.'oinim-iK.-iiiK ni a post pt lined on the  Sua hc.uh ;,i ln.;h wrtjcr niaik ,u tht; in-  leo-ct iKitittl Sec 1 ions f.| and 15, Town-  siiij*:, Pott McNul! l{v.-,nni Uib.nci;  UieiKc norlh 1,5 (>h.dn-; iv.ru.' or less it:  liit^li water m.uk on^tVo nm li L.dcof Purt  McNeill Hailior- tftuncn cc-ieuy- ,.l iti^  sliorf* line to outn ioc-iiun nt Seciiou^ >_.  and ^4. Totviislnir*, thent-t.':,uuihcny, W ���������.'  ch tins mote 0^ less it) liiyh uatct nt.n-k-  on boil!.!) M'ore of Poit .McKcill H.aht'r;  llieiice westerly aloitij shoic line 10 point  of foiniiienccnier.t. Kd/.aNIjA, Laird,  0 K. IVic-it, ai;eni  Dated thi* 1st day of Soptemher, ron,  r,-3w tr-  F\  if.--.  Co-operative  Company, Ltd.  NOTICK is horoltj->;iv01i t|���������,t nt the  tii^t tiiCiM.in^ of iho liiiuvA nf Liico:.mi  Conitnisiiotierfl ot th������ City of Cumber  lat.cl, I intoii'l {������������������> "I'P1/ lor (i  renewal pf the hool iiccn-ie Ik-U by mc  Cor tho Ni.w England Hotol, nikuiit-cd on  tho oat.t half of lot 3, in likcl: 3, Cum berland lWi'Bilo.  JAMES WALTERS  Dated (his 7th day of Nov., 1911, ���������  P.UI'KirrLANDDIsSTUJCT  J)istrit't of llupuit.  TAKjaiot.oo thut Ktiduri Miio L"oaon  of Viuici tivcr, H. C, ccmipatioii j Widow,  i .te id.s to :ip\i]y f-r por-fisti ������ji fco pur-  chiKt the f.'lh.-.vii g d eerib-id lat.d : C. 12  riitUuiug at, ul, a p fit planted r! out. nno  mile north and 'IU t'hnn H cahl, of the S. K  coi-ner of fioe.iiia i. Towtit-lnp 8, thonof  n. nh 80 (jhaiuit, thonco taaiHOeh i b,  111inutTHoirth=Hii-clnrnr); ttieiiCOoVTHl^Sir  chaitiH to place of coh nit necinoiit, eont.dn  iny 010 acroR, mere i.r Ii-hg.    -,  Koi-ibt-rl on po t I5MLV. B.W. corner  KNpoka i\I\i: Lkkso.v,  Den (;iutk, A{je*it.  Uat>-d 1-Ketiibor lU,h, PJiO.  A-iv,-t.''ni'j'rjriijiri';:,;'!ii:;;;i! HtnijjiU^riJ^suM^niriMiJjnrt.-'ii'NWi.^iiJ'na.^i.it^^'-fnu;!;*. ���������.:' tawii'tiimiijiiiiiiinsiiii'iii! i;ii!:iiiiiii:.!i!i:i!iii!iiii'"^.  f. ' &  ������jrj������nr>rtni' atxam--*^tJ+*im* *f*ka\m**mm\jm*Vi*~mVmtjrrarii*za^\t^Vm^ mro.iwmm'iviivw  &'l ttl^i **'% v.i x<f ^-va ,irf������������ ������t'*������j jify <f\  '''   -i'i   .���������    4.    '* i-'K .-i   -i3     ('K.yA   hi   %i ^-o-sf V'tr-i''  .ft  Vf  .Arc )mii iii:;,urctl;J  Is your lifo  Insured?  Is your home, insured?  Arc  f miiired. aimmst sickness and  I -accident?  ii  .Liability, Burglar/ ,a������tJ Aiitomflbile Instiraiscc.  ���������foi; iNVDIfMATIoN  WKITK T11K  ,,,.,.,,    ,.    ���������, ��������� -,    ,5^ Vancouver Island   insufmnce   uo.������ b  (Miff   ,'.   ,'C.   it   (' 1*0  (iCti.   M.        lU'lOVV. ;   ^        ., , ,, ������/['"f/T>l\      Tli- -������������������  ���������Ku.BK.-il-i!.Jl.f���������,m.       lfi   B2������ ru,t SlMrt -       -       -       ���������        VlLitAIA. M, |  ...  I           ...                 I .'>:���������" ���������                                   ' '       .,                    ������������������ .'������  I j.l .':��������� r.S'   t'l    i .ll'.t-tlm'. j '���������^���������/|;:!)!,|^|,.;|i1|j:!;l|;,������||,,;fl  /��������� , 1! I I  I ���������' '  ' MOVING ?  IJlANCS  ANU  F VlWTlTUKK  1'cciglii, Wood uiiu Conl Hauled  ' INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RieilARDyoN A' HAVWOOJ)  PI ION K 5 7  Wiiidcniieve M'C'  ORDERS  TAKJCN   FOR  KUT   COAL  "     IS  j*.******. .������������wt������^ ���������>*��������������������������������� ������������-.*> *&ttmr**y'*r*m**mfi.'i' i>*t  NOTH'K,  TAKK NOTIOK that II. II. Visby,  n-im-iod woman, of Victoria, B.C.. in  tcn.liit' npi'ly for a lic<jntu to jiros^ncl. fot  coal and ijotroliiiim on ti.o fulloM-in^ dus.-  (!nl)ctl0Iiitidfi: - Ujiiiiii'iiioi.iK at u posl  phtttio I on file Bouth-woiil coruot- ol Section 40, llu-jort Uiptrict, Miilooim IhIo.uu,  I'lence o,ut 80 oh.i.iu, tlmt.f,' tmrth hi)  otimmt, thonoe wca1; '10 clmiin-, tliunoi1  Houtlj KO obkina to tho point of ot tdhk lice-  moot  Datod I'lhtluy of ,\fi.roh. Km.  -   ii. n, MO811Y, Locittti'.  Jouojih II. Koy, A|<riit,  ci t.j)l '.M in>'.Un  a*m���������������***-***+***��������� au* aa.*..������*���������*������*���������+, mm,m*mm  *'"*v-'������������J%^r**-> *  S !:!'!:i'iJ!it,  ih-',i  ;tt!i"!i ;.'��������� 1 ui,   i''i:-..  ���������i .... 1 ,.-.���������, 1  ..  Uiiu;; ;ui  .|H.| j,'   !-!,..llli'l   if'  :���������',<! 1.1 l't-i.:   It  fihno, I', C  I'.llfC    i| I .'-'t  -t\f.\'*,  ilVawi'r -1-1-1    iN'itlt-  KOT10l<:  -X.I-1  I    },..};-.;!     it-!  Tr. -\viioiu it m.-tv roticcui:      I  Tl:i-: i'' t'.i n-'ttily l!i'- jiulilir |  lli.il .il! fii-i^hl clvMT.t1*--. cut hond-j  (.���������a ';i,-',,(,l:-. i.-lc.",!ci ;*.'��������� i i nu'it Il;iv i  fur !.!,(< C(>M)nV V';il],-'\' Hi!!',; li'- \  i.ilitl heioiX' ii'uOtl:, 1,111 he lo)V,-;:iil i  V-il I!*.'    11   '!i'-! '  ,-���������   .   . :; ... c, i't.   .:,.,   p = ,... .....:   '   '  V;  !**  in  ,,  r**      '  '.1  *  1  -  ...  (*  -3  .   ;*J  ':  .    ���������  i).  V  fi  ."���������   !"  :'i  V"*  ^  !���������*  ������������  m^  "    Siiywaiil l,ainl IJi-tr'Kt.  !.)istrir.:i of Saytt'jinl.  TAKK NOtlCK lh;u I, W'.iltrr V, \y,c.  fl 'lomoji, ll. <'., ou'iip.ilioti  fUTj\f*r,��������� ifi-  Ifiuls to .ipply for   pci'uiiiision   to   pui-1  th,i>*it iho liillo'.vin*-; i,|.",i r.lifii l;in<ls;--     j  ' 'im: vi";:   ;���������; .1 ','.",.'. ;-l in'!';', "i. Uv  ���������T AKR NOTlGM th.it K. Sitiley, St.onog  (jjniphor of Vio'oi-i-t, II. (/.(--i'lteiiflfi to apply for t\ 1 iiioko to proi.t[)ct'i. for '������oul. nu'il  pcti'ul'.iini.  on   tho    lollowi'tK  (lHtnjrili(.'tl  UUl'likT LAN'I) DT-TIMOT  Dislrioi of R> jit'rt  TAKI',   ?��������� OVIQK    that- Adelaide   E������t������r  C'ark     lir'������\vu,    of    Brook (itmi,   N.   V..  initrric-d womnn, itiloinln (0 apply ft l- p.;r.-  miaaion to-ytirohuwi tho fol|ow,������iiK tli'HC.nh-  cd hmdn���������(Jinimrin; Dg ut ,'t, po������t pl'tllti'd  it ts'ii'iiliwcfrl uortci; of Notion   If, Tottn������  nii'p 'J, Ui'JiK'd norlh   r.O  oliiiinn,,   thcocr  o.ir 1 yiifhiiin?,   Ihcnoo    tmtttl)   MH   uliiony,  tht i\i:t v t ti St) fhittu'i to, plnoo of cotumen-  'iiont cotilnioittg tilO ijovoh moro or less.  Saribod on post A, J'.. V, B'e fi.W. cor  AliKI.AlIlK K-.1XH Uli.lltlJ Knows.  U,m Chirk, n������cnt,  Ditto,! IXot'itibor 19th, IA10.  ���������*Wa***is*mTm**f\m-awt���������*a:*,*r+%sat*t>*W  HUrKRT LAND  DISTRICT'..  District of Rupert  TAKE  notice   tlmt   Rinluuoiiri  In, (.iK.'���������Owmmiiiimng nt 1 pont plinito.l on OhiU'los Hies of Vnnoouvt'i',   JJ.  (!.,  fiiuMtortli-outiwrnorof Section 'll, Ho- looker intomls to  apply 'for' ]HU'  port IlLHtnct  Mtli,olmJ������hnd  th'tiicMwo'il miflslon lo  |(U1.chaPo tho  following  SO cbu'iiH, tht.'iict) 1101 ih M) cliiuni', lhor.ee ,.,,,,       ������ . ,  ,,,Ht,P,o,.hM.���������Mh(.oo,}umti,8o cimine to <3o������c-ribcsil loi.clB:^-Oom������ienc������ii|������ ���������t  ltt������ point of pomraeiiyttnu-nt.' a po������l plimled nt  -.}  'peal   botwoml  J)n,o(l 11th dny of ft'hHi, )!H'.!  b), KiniiKY, Looitlior  JoLoph Jl. t'oy, Agotvt  ni>l iil liiv.'il  v* \.-  1  ���������     ���������  1 <      ���������'���������    -  n  .������*  H      '������������������'   il  u  "  1     m       ���������' '     11'  . ;;;  ���������- '���������->  1 '  f ,  c    '  ,      t-r'"                't~\      tr*  \iry j<<.'I'i'MI nl'   pcrciiU;-, 011l.li.uu,  I 'vuii.viiij,' oi'* ttikil);.1,. nils'    hli't'l:-,  limln'i' nj- wont), ul' auv (li'*i'rijiti<"li!  iiiltiii'i'i.ili I'i lliu  W'oliiiiH'[i|ji ('ol-  lit'l'V Co'','., i>f fi''*'i������i "i* "I'I' tlio Iiiiui  c .1 ; 1   1'    ,       ...        .    ......,\  , ....  ' In- .;:!',   . .....,,..i. ,,    vi    tin)' nn j  ! . ,     ,   '      ,        . " .     I  'i]il-;i;ii' Vlti'h" 'I ct   ttt'V 'l(.','-'l'V!pll't!i '  |:iii\. v.'lieto   up..11    llic   I'.ouipauy1'-"  ] ],ui,l wilt 'nt pt'ix-i .'.uici! in lhe full  |('M' nl uf t!.ol;vV.'.  I 1"    t    ,- u \ 1 - < i��������� ������������������ \ '���������'  ^oction ISk, Township '), tuul Suet-  ion 1 ',���������',, Township 20, thviico' west 40  cliuinit, thi'iico t'outh 'JO elminv  tlioncc \vi.-Ht, -iO cliaiii'-, tiienoe couth  SO o.liuiiiy: ll.c'ii'-o i"ni i'i ('1,,'iini-,  J'AKI'.'NOTK't'lthiit .1. I'\ ��������� Moflhy, ol j tlitMiCO lioi'lll 10 olwiili;*, lliflifo Clini  M,u!!|.tff ,1   i���������l������ ol S11ii.ll hl.iml ">;"w- j Yiolo.iit, 15, (',, S,.������r<.Ury. iutomU to up- | '10 cliainf, th.MKii norlh.RH ciiiiiitH fo  puicf of ('tiinnior.ccmi'rit, ctintniitii.f-  (V|0 ncrcK more or 1opi!:  So.rihVi or, pent JiCHV iV K cor.  Ilk'/lMONi* C'1 (.a 11 i.ms P.if?,  I>;iti Uhirk, !t������(ini-,  D.itt'ii IH-wJnhfi- ir-ih, li'HO.  !o<-l Mirl.-'iro-- Vil.'le.: l-.hii.d, "'l,n'j ply |,,r a ii(ll.I)Ht, to prtil.p.-cf tor con! u.ri  t'oili.win;: hhfif line tu I'l'iff ot ,-"ni'*|l.Htrol.!itin on Urn folLiwiiij; ikwiiloil  in:'!i((M.c!it in.:liiiliff; both po.ilion-i ot j i,UM|fel���������.(-)���������1mmmili���������;( ���������t, ��������� pont phmUil on  Isl.-iiuioiiiiaininj; r, .in-ct ni'trc nr Ip:-,?, hlui north.wcti!; tui'i.fi-of hectiori 17. lit"-  WAI.'11'.K <;A(';!::. |p,i|, lJi..trict, Mn!.-.Im hihunl, fioiu'c  (',, P. i'i'h nek, Aj;flli. (..uillt HO nluu'iin, l-lutitt'o oititt Sd oluiinH,  Ihitcd April  17O',  ".}!���������'- ilmiii'i!  HoiIii   SO  .jlmii.H,   tl.ciii"* <m;>I KO  .m.mm..mf,mm.m-mm~mmffm*.mmmmmm~mm.-w     cll'lill*" ���������" tilO   poillt Ol' OOllltlH lltft'tll;!!',  T,\!v !''. XOTI(.Ufi Hint Ln-' |th II. J'oy ������ I'!     I|',l"';'l 11*'' "ii.* "t M'i'*'���������'> '''I1---  K  M-iniii.  I!   (',, 1,'in ' millUi.iOr, iut-ii.l- tol ���������'.   F.   MDSl'.V,   l,:.t'H������o',  npplv f..r a liorr.Ho I" pr.-nitcet l������r 0 .-.J m\ ->���������V������ ������'��������� l'������������y. A'"'"'  ,-,- ..L,v ,,   ���������;..,���������    f'"..v-il,-   ������������������-.'tli.-.ll :     r.iil'il.l.ty 81  !...!,:   f',,���������'.,,...-,���������;..;. .lap. it phniM.'.il -***   nix Hi'iiUi-ou'itorMi'i- . f >M'i:,i.,   |/i. Hn-!    J A Is H KUli^f:  h U   1>.   I>. Mnir,  ������f  I;..,-t   iV'.v.ti. 1.    iW i.'.'tii li-i.-o.il,   n���������',,-r; Vi"t.niit, IJ. (',. A.-.'diiit,.i.i, int.'ii'l',-toiip  w.-.,l :'.'.'I'.'.'ii :i 1,   |ln:'i.:i:  on r  ��������� 1 1 f.iiuiiiniir: fjiim.M-i'--. >i ..iv or km.  ������'������������������ ..���������-   M .���������'.!',,.,   .:....-   ������'  .1!.   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Mt,-,i    ini.t 11    I'.uy.  i.| ]i-r l.'ti .-it < ">��������� -it,t'n.-.iu  ���������; 1 !������������������  ptv  11 trm.  . , ii.  j ii .*>  Mv Do-v Aiuiia.'    l'"i.ii' am! ;���������'���������''  i',11.     t  1  .ii-llii':: t.;i l.i'i.'.-O'Miv, ; :.i.-t    I'dti !  .\ a v (,'ti.-:   "'    ' hi'    i: itiu"    ' 't'!:ii-<-\  i *ii:!l':' I'.y   I'V  :' 'I V     p.-!. "I  'lm,**q*a������t*J)m\*, rij^t/fymf'*****.. **M, *T\  .m,.,..^mmf.^  ui.,i...i���������.,���������,,������������������������o.,.,,' |     Q H TARBELL     I  ���������:,;:, JiHIGH'GRAOE STOVES"  '��������� ,"|'I,!  t ������iiii   .'������ It'ji Mi  \Vi.'i!it:utt;ti C'.llit'i'y Vi'.y. |  l;tv������'   you    ho;  !,..! Iltli'liyo! M'|i',.-ii, !������������������������.'.  r>, o vi'Ik, ii.'-.n.,  .Wq.h II   I  , i enpv ;h 'I'll" S::W- Oi'ic -, <hil\ ; :>,,!.,., iI)y ;., ;  i;; ft-v,' cttpio !-'!!. ' ��������� '  I l'"t      I wmimrf** *r ^..^ . *���������v<. .. -   *'   .���������f*.t*.f.*im*Jfr*.������*rm,..  %m   ,mmm  H'l     I  M.*'-.i.        Yi',-.i'.   '���������'���������  ". - ,-,':. .-.))   L-.  ''. v  '  ,:'     .  U.'J till  KlVCHI'.N ������'UTI-.NSj|.Kl  '.'.r'iTf'von -^nt Hfisiiit-s nhnp.  vow', Sportsmen*Goods ?  "���������'"i   Ad in The News.   A prompt ro--J . *     "1" ,  MY,Y ^.    ...., I uetieral hardware j  '������>.;o7'������se is -aro t,o come.  I^uu sam. .-.r , I  '    -' , '. *,r:w***������������^,#^i%iifl^'-'*'f^ifc./������#*'������*WU|^,*  < THE TVTCWS. CUMHTCKLAND. 15. C.  What Makes  You Tired  So Tlr$d That   Even   Sleep' Fails to  Restore.  There   Are Polaons In the Blood That  Can be Removed by  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  You got tired.    Tliat is only.. iw.ui-  nl, whether yon work with brain   or  ��������� muscle.     Hut when yott are not restored by ii nights' sleep there is soino  thing wrong.  Tho process of living is something  like t!>o lAiniing of a lire. When the  nerve eella arc consumed'.by the activity of llfo nml; -work there is- 1-ut  ln tho system an ash in the form of  poisonlous wtuito matter.. Thoso pot'  sons in (ho system onuso pain ii.'r.l  give rise to f<:i.'"iigs of fatigue.  Nothing will so quickly sweep  these poisons from the system, a & l?r.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. Tho liver is (piiclC'-iinl In action, the bowels niovo ' r<J?,u',;ily and the kidr'ey?  take on new vigor and activity.  The blood is purified, tho waste  matter which haa been 'clogging and  retarding the organs of digestion is  removed. Headaches and      back  aches- dlapikMir, the appetite is  sharpened, tlig������ntioii ^improves and  ���������you'fee1, lino In everyday.  A single box of.Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills, at \t cost of twenty-five  cents, will convince you of the  promptness and certainty with which  this great, mctllchuS cleanses the filtering anil excretory organs and restores to health and vigor the whole  digestive system, One pill .a dose,  25c a box, at all dealers or Edman-  Bon, Bales & Co,, Limited, Toronto.  Not Yet Finished.  During a recent visit to a Southern  town a Wnshinglou man was much  interested in it small darky who, hail  been told *pf{",lo administer to his  wants.  On morning (lie. stranger, opened  his eyes to Ilnd' the diminutive* coal  black servitor, .sinndhig at his bedside v/ith si tray hearing coffee and  rolbi, *���������'..'���������  ''Who are yon,--anyhow?" facetious-  ly'demanded the Washing-Ionian.  .The taciturn' youngst.-u- vouchsafe '  no reply, but grinned broadly.  "Where were you raised'.''' next ii\-  qulre-l the visitor, with a vague no-  toln tlmt' this, was an opening uiies-  tion  that, this was an opening qties-  The little darky grinned again and  * chuckled: ���������   "i.,auilt_donc_i:ais������_d yit, suh'.".  ������Hard To Understand.  "I can't understand why a woman  should." lio about ber age. 1 should  never try to deceive anybody in that  way."  "Still, you wouldn't waul everybody to know you were 41, would  you?"  "Forty-one! The idea! I'll not  be 'i'i till my next birthday,"'  THE RAILWAY QUESTION.  Reckless Bonuslng of Branch Llnes-  The Question Carefully Considered.  tho  and  aro  are  A Pill that Proves its Value���������Those  of weak stomach will find strength  In Parmolee's Vegetable Pills, because, thoy servo to maintain  healthful action of the stomach  tlio liver, Irregillarlties in which  most distressing. " Dyspeptics  well actiuainlcjil with them and value  them at l.luslr proper worth. They  havo afforded relief whon other preparations have hilled, and have effected cures in ailments of long standing where other medicines were,  found unavailing -  Cheerfully Subscribed.  Mrs, Noopop���������"Charlie, what, do you  think? Dad just sent us a ono-thoii-  mind-dollar check lor our new baby!  Wasn't tlmi. good of lilm?"  Mr. Noopop���������"I should say-so! I'll  write ul ouco mid I hunk him for bis  contribution .to Uie Ki'ohIi Heir i'uiid."  He  Had Anothor Guess.  "Vou aril noon with Mlus W'lillllt;-  tree a good deal,"  "Vos: It's Just it littlo hnrinlosB llir-  tiilion,"  "Is It? Sim has asked me lo be  ono of her bi"|ik'stun|ds."--WnHliliig-  ton Herald,  The Appiluiml���������-An' how iiiiiny  children,, have yon, niii'am?  The Lady ��������� four  Tho Applicant���������-That's n vory uu-  fdKhlonablo number, iim'iiin, 1'vo always ���������worked for finality poiplo  where one clillil was above tho aw-  By Way Of Consolation.  "There Is fliuili a tiling ns overdoing  this "bright Hhlo' busliiess," veeontly  observed u crjinly old baeludor. "ns  was evidenced recently In the household of ll frlonil of inllii','whose wlfo  Iijih always prilled herst'lf on the circumstance 11ml aha looks on tlio  bright  side.  "The hiiidiiinil, nn hIinciiI mliwktl  ���������tort of a chilli, put tiie lighted end of  Ills clgnr In lihs nioiitli iu he (till rending one (M'oi'lnif, Of course, he Jumped up aud iiuitli! a dreadful ruclii'l. for  n Moment. 'I'lien wifo.v, anxious Id  llw up lo   lior   vopiitiitlou of beliut  iilci   nod   oli'irrfol-    ond   nurriMHtMite  iiiiillti'il blandly and oiiscivedi ���������  ' At nu.vrult', ttt'.u, it \\,i������ iiio.-tt loitti-  nato ilull, .vou (lbi(:oy;eit tl It nt oner!"  The present railway situation calls  for careful consideration. On tho one  hand -tho development of Northwest-  ern Canada demands railway facilities, and on the other it is possible  that railroads may be constructed in  wrong 'districts aud moro Important  localities bo neglected., The fact is  undeniable that hundreds of miles of  branch roads havo been and are being  constructed that cannot possibly pay  the interest on tlio first cost, to say  nothing of tho cost of equipment and  operation. Look at tho parallel lines  through tho threo western provinces.  In many places ther6 aro threb''lines  where the whole1 of the tratllc obtainable In the district, is only sulliciont  for one. Many of these roads aro not  ten 'miles apart, and in several places  they are not two.  On examining any good railroad  map of Western Canada wo find that  these parallel lines aggregate hundreds of miles of railway, while there  are many thousands of square miles  of virgin, territory entirely without,  the ralroad facilities they bo urgently  uocd and which they must havo*'or  tho continued .development oi-' the  country will  bo seriously .chocked,'  The trouble arises from the facility  with which railway charters can be  obtained, and the bonuslng"'system.  To illustrate: "Say half a dozen men  of no particular financial standing,  intact and decide to get a charter for  a railway. They decide on a-scheme  and ask tho government for a: charter, A little lobbying of parliament or  legislature and they get all they ask  for. They then ask for a bonus and  get a bond' guarantee for $13,000.00  a mile. The next stop is to organize  a construction company- among themselves. The bonds are sold, the cash  is to h.fnd, and the contracts for" construction of .the lines are given to the  construction company. Maybe John  Smith Is president of the railway  company, and the same, John Smith  is president of the construction company, So John Smith and the directors of tho railway company award  the contracts to ��������� John Smith and  directors of the construction company  at their own high figures. In short  they contract with themselves,-pay  themselves out of the proceeds of the  sale of the guaranteed bonds, and  pocket, the profit.   =-  That was tho old scheme,! but the  now one goes it one better���������it is to  organize a Branch Lines Company,  and get a charter aud a bond guarantee entirely independent of the trunk  Hue company. They can now reap  all, the advantages gained by a construction company, but the trunk line  -company���������(llsowns-all-responslbilltjv-j  Should the branch lines fail to make  good, the trunk line company can refuse to be'accountable for Its "actions,  and can leave It to shift for "Itself,  The .results may be that the Interest  on the bonds of the branch lines company,is not paid and they will then  call on the government to pay ll,  Thus tho trunk line company will  have all the benefit, of the traffic they  would havo got In any case, the  branch lines company will pocket all*  the profits they mado on construction,  and the people will pay the piper.  Of course this gamo could only be  worked on a railway bouusetl by  guaranteed bonds. It could not be  manipulated in constructing branch  lines, on a road that paid tho entire  cost of. their construction and operation, without bond guarantee, out. of  its own treasury,  Is it not, time to call a halt In.,this  bonuslng business und tho Imllscrl-  nilnate giving of charters to railway  promoters. The credit of the provinces is not, unlimited, Every million dollars worth of bonds guaranteed Is n mllllotvlollarH takon from  their borrowing power, Tho tlmo will,  como whon tho limit will bo reached  and at the rate wo aro now going It  will not take a very long time before  that limit, will bo passed,  There Is now a congestion In the  transportation of grain, Tho opening  of ovory branch lino Increases this  congestion. \Vo are fold that. If production continues to Increase as it  has increased during tho pnst, few  years tho railways will not. ho ablo  lo handle moro than forty pur cont,  of the grain crop of 111,16 before ihe  close of navigation unless tlio railways double track their main linos.  Th It not tlmo to put un end to Ihls  Insane bonuslng of branch lines until  provision Is mado for sending our Immense harvests to tho market*) of tho  world,        it  A MASTER OF HUMOR  NOTAELE CAREER OF THE LATE  EDWARD   TERRY.  The Other Kind.  The Heavy-���������T^ast roiihou T wxr.  playing lends In a stock company.  Tho Comedian���������'Wan It In u Ik?  slock oorfipiuty?  The Heavy���������No. 11 waft t. uond ono,  "Are you going to forgive your  daughter for oloplng with tho sou of  tho great  (rust magnate?"  "I don't know yot. It. will depend  n good ileal on wlu'tlmr Iho young  nuui's futhor's attorneys succned In  getting tho indictment (|iuinluid or  iiot/'���������Cblciigo Reeoril-Hornld.    ���������  Mlnard's   Liniment   Lumberman's  Ffl*rtrl  I    "I see your wlfo has hor hand lu n  |bandage.    What is tlio miiHorV"  "I v.?i a nioittsotrap nnd put It in  my cont pocket lant night?. ���������-From  Jiidgo.  A Woman's Way.  ",\fy tlrcr," Hliysi  I he Utcli'ilologlSt'iJ  wife, "did you lonti'tiibi'i' lo order tho  colli.'"  "Doggone It!" growls the bnclcilolo-  gUI,   "Kvery llnui I count up lo nine  hundred    nnd    clnht.v-IH'o    tlioiiHiind  jiin-i'K hundred ninl lniiy live ip-niis in  jtl>U spoonful of milk, t-li.- (otufsi mil  ,11.1, l, all'.;,   lui.   iul'l   iU.il>>,-,   )���������u   li,.-,i    ih,:  jco'liit!''  j    ('Ming thf door with u slum, li" be  [Uillf, I'lKitlli, "Ollr,  two, tltli'i'," t-If.  Celebrated English* Convdian Was  , On?'of"the Biggest Man In the  Annals of the'British.. Stags and  Was Keenly Interested I.i Raising  the Tone of His Profession���������Stories of His Start In Life.  By the death of Mr. Edward Terry,  which occurred at Barnes, the English stage, loses ono of tho most distinguished of the old school of actors,  Mr. Terry, who had been ill for a  considerable time past, had been very  little seen in London of roeent years.  It may, however, bo remembered that  lie appeared as Crabtree iu Sir IIor-  bert  Tree's   recent   revival   ot   "The  School for Scandal" at His Majesty's  Theatre.    At the command  performance at Drury Lane hst year In played the club servant in "Money," and  at, tho gain .'performance at His Majesty's Mr. Brown in the second net  ol  "David  Garrick."      Mr.   Edward  O'Connor Terry had a name famous  in  tho history of  the  British  stage;  but lie was not related to any of his  numerous-'theatrical namesakes.   He  was born in London in 18-14. and was  destined for tlie City.   ILL he played  in an amateur dramatic company/and  in March. 18G3, he appeared at Christ-  church, Hants; in a "lit-up" company,  which   bore   tlie   resounding  tijlle  of  "Madame      Castaglioni's      Dramatic  Company,"   and   wns   described   as  "performing   at'.the   Mechanics'   Institute,   Christchurch,   owing   to   the  closure    of   Covent   Garden,    Drury  Lane, and the Haymarket Theatres."  The    piece    was  '"Eily    O'Connor."  Everything nbout the &how was disgraceful  raid ridiculous; the scenery  was a, screaming  farce,    "The   performance," said Mr. Terry, "wasvery  funny, one of the funniest I ever saw,  although at the time I was too nervous to see the joke.   The cave scene  was  simply  remarkable.    There  was  a chair for .one rock and a table for  another,  the  water-rows  being made  of blue gauze and fastened by white  cottony drx pins  from [wing to wing.  There was no  boat,  nor a rope for  Myles  to  swing'across  with.    There'  were no ground rows, so 1 was told  to'walk through the water, and I'did.  Eily  had  disappear  through  a  hole  made   by.; turning   over   one   of   the  nine-inch "libards.    She   was   simply  erainin'ed down it by  Danny Mann,  at "whom T. tired or would have done  so, but the-gun missed; however, it  had the desired .effect,' for the villain  fell from  the Table Rock,  shouting,  ilLu-LjshoJLLI'iu  shot!' _and evidently  died  of  fright.    In  diving~Irbm"-iriy'  chair into the supposed '-aler to'res-  cua t!i������ girl, I lost hat and wig, struck  my head on the floor of the hall, and  n<arly broke  my  neck.    I, however,  succeeded in pulling myself together,  and reiippeuring -with  the    prostrate  Eily, I lmng onvto the gau/.e water,  shouting 'Saved-���������Saved!' and the grey  glazed linen    curtain    descended   to  loud  applause."    At tlio end of the  performance, the,genial old rogue who  ran the show-went" up to. the.now re-  emit and said, "Ye'll make a grand  actor; here's something for you, me  bhoy."    "Something"   was  eighteen-  pence,  and  the  next night brought  Edward Terry two sTillling*. The company produced "Macbeth,"  and the  new member found himself cast for  six parts.   After a deal moro knocking about,'Mr. Terry found himself  nt the old Grand Theatre, Woolwich,  at an advance ol 8a. a week.on the salary ho didn't get." At Woolwich the  young actor used to play 18 parts a  week,  sing  four  songs   between  the  acts, and supply songs for tbe pantomime.   Ho studied till four in the  morning,  breakfasted' at eight,  was  at tho  theatre  at 10,  rehearsed till  5,' nnd was back ngain for the, performance at 0 nnd plnyod^ill 12. His  next ongngciiioi-it, at Sheffield, ended  in tho company being burnt out, and  hnving to travel Lincolnshire with another "fit-up."  An appearance at tho  Royal,  NGwchsUo, in burlesque was  followed  by   an  engagement  in  the  Isle of Man, where ho '-played, with  Irving���������then,  like himself,  a  struggling actor.   Next Mr. Terry went to  Belfast nnd stayed there eight months,  supporting    "stars"    Hko    Sothern,  Toolo, and G, V. Brooke, who wan lost  in tho wreck of tho London,   Terry  wis gradually malting his way in tho  provinces, and was takon tp by dins,  Calvert nt Manchester, -where ho piny-  cd Sliaktjiuioarean parts,   One of them  was tho Clown who brings the asp  to Cleopatra. Thero wore only '27 linea  in tha part, but somehow or other n  flattering nolico of it appeared in Tlio  London Mowing Vost, greatly .to, Mr,  Terry's delight.  In 1807 he"aot to Lon.  don, playing in furco nt tlio Surrey  Tlionlro for ton woolia, ai.l was then  engaged for tho First Gravedlgifer In  Hamlet at the Lyceum, The next year  lio commenced liis long connection  with tho Strand Theatre, which stood  on the sit of the present Strand Tuho  station,   Ho was eight yonrs nt tho  Strand   undor   Mm.   Swiuihornugh's  niiinngomont, and than", in 1870, was  engaged by  John  Holliiigshoad  for  the Gaiety.  Ho win one of tlio famous qunrtellfl  with Nullio Fnrron, Kat-* Yauffhnn,  ami P, W Woven Tn 1RR7 hn produced  "Tho Clntrchwnloit" at tho old Olympic, which tfava u-JtUtiuiiul iuttieai to  tho fact Ihat a year or two later lio  wan oleelod churchwarden, of Barnes,  the Thfiti'ies-gldo pnriith wlicro he resided so long. HU houso, Priory  T.mk'n, Hum** Common, [* close to  | the parish ���������church, and ho alionvards  added to his local responsibilities by  becoming a guardian of tho poor and  a member of tho school board. In  1838 ho lAVilt his own theatro in tho  Btrnml, which i������ now a picture pnlnce,  At Terry's Thontio ho produced Wn-  cui',-. U-autifu! play, "Sweet I.aviti.  dor."  According to a Board of Trade return, 112,751 passengers left the United Kingdom for places, out of  Europe during February, of whom  18,273 proceeded to countries within  the British Empire.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  [  was very  sick wllh  Quinsy  and  bought    I    would  strangle-    I us&tl  MLXAUD'y LINIMENT    and it cure.;  me at once.  I am never without ituow.  Yours gratefully,  .AIRS. C. D. PRINCE.  'auwigcv,-:i-..k, Oct. 21 St.  Told Him The Reason.  We don't approve of impertinence,  says tho Boston Transcript, but perhaps in tho following caso the grouchy street car passenger got no  moro than he deserved. Ho hi\C/\  asked a conductor if ho knew when a  certain train left tho North Station,  and, on being answered in the negative, he exclaimed offensively: "Why  Is it that fills road employs so many  fnrmers?" "Just to look after the  cal.tk tliat travel on.the cars," was  tho conductor's uulclc retort,  THE RIGHT WAY  In all cases of  DISTEMPER, PINK  EYE, INFLUENZA,  COLDS, ETC.  of all horses, broodmares, colts,-stallions,  "SPOHN THEM"  on their, tongues or In tlio fend .put  Spolm's .Liquid Compound. Give the remedy to all of tliern, ]t acts;,on tho,  blood and glands. It routes ihe disease  by expelling: Lite disease ecrms. Jt wards  off the trouble n-o mattm- how tlicy aro  'Exposed." Absolutely free from iiny-  llilii������' Injurious. ?, A child can safely tukti  It. COc and $1.00; $5.60 and *U.OO tlio  dozen. .Sold by druggists and harness,  dealera.  Distributors:  Al!  Wholesale  Drugplats  - SPOHN MEDICAL CO;  Chsmlits ana Bacteriologists  GOSHEN,   IND.,   U.S.A.  SPRING BLOOD  ISWATERYBLOOD  How  to  Get .New  Health   and  Strength ac This Season.  New  What Worms Exhale.  It. was Darwin who started the  gamo of Investigating the habits of*  tlio huinllo worm, Uo estimated  that an ncro of ordinary soil contains 27,000, According to Iho  "Mark Lane Kxiiress.'".' another scientist, nvora that ench worm oxhales  carbon dioxide, and 27,000 worms  will oxluilo 81 grammes of tho gas,  causing au equal volume of oxygen  to find ita way Into the soil.  Thero was n deficit of nearly   CI,.  Hihi.nilil mi    tli.'    vt.irkiii,; <il Uu> P.O.  High'  which ran for mora thnn 000  Mr, Terry, who r>)iyo,) l������Hc  rii'eny!, is mi id to lmvo cleared V2W,.  ooo t.ut of thnt piny, while ita author  insilc ������ futiitli t'l that sum.  .Intense excitement prevailed In 1hoJ  hentrc,   It wu������ thn first, nlglil, of tin  ���������rent   drama,     "Tlio   .Dustman's Hv  ���������euge" iind Percy Pip, tho groat, tragedian wns lo appear.  But, what Is this? Tho manager ol  llio theatre has received a telegram  to say: "Too ill to appear, Give  udlonno their money buck lo savo  riot. Awnlt reply anxiously,���������Percy  Pip.  Two hours later tho reply enmo;  "Have given atidlenen money back,  and ho wont, nwuy mitlsfled."  Nicofino   whon  ,lt   is practically  puro, is worth $305 por pound.  BtHlo of Ohio, (Mly of Toledo      \   .���������  I.ucau County. /   ���������"���������  J'Vntik J, Chenoy million onth Ihut ho fa  Hcnlor pnrtnfti' of tho firm of F. ,T. Cluuicy  Si, Co., dolAir* bimlncHi In the eily of Toledo, County nml Stalo iti'oro������al(l, and ih.it  DllHD POLf-AHfl for ench and eveiv  earn! o( Ciitnir tbnl ennnot. lio cured u'v  tho tin* of Hnll'a Catarrh Curo, x-'liANft  J, CHKNKY,  Bworn to l������������fnr������ mo nnd Niihiqr'rlhcrt In  tny proiientio, this Oth doy of Dueeinber,  A.D. -JSflO,  (Btill.) A. W. 'OMMSAN,  Nolury l'ublle.  ITnll'i rntnrrh furn In liilcen Internnlly,  nnd net* directly on tlio blood nud  lnunoiiH MirfitrvH of tho ny������tom, Ben,l  for temimonbilH frco.  F. J, CIIMNRY 9r. CO,,    Toledo, O,  Bold by nil di-iigffl-it������, 7liii,  Tnlio Hall's Fomlly rills for eonHtgallon.  Ti   I .  ...\.r.flf.A   l\\<\*   r,T  1011  w-M-l-f. 1  crnhs (iimnd looHft in various placns  In llio. North Ben tbo grout, bulk lmvo  oiimrtlicir way back to tlio Norfolk  otist whero thoy had lloen orlglimlly  nken,  BprJng Rllmcnta aro not Imaginary.  Even the most robust find the winter  months most trying to their health,  Confinement Indoors, often In overheated and nearly always badly ventilated rooms���������in tho homo, the office, tho shop, and tho school, invn  the vitality of oven the strongest. Tiv������  blood becomes thin und will cry and  Is clogged with impurities. Some  pooplo have, headachOB and a feeling  of langour, Others are low-spirited  and nervous, Still others aro troubled wllh difillgurlng plniplcs'iind skin  eruptions , whllo somo got up lu iho  morning fooling just as fired as when  they went to bed. Thoso uro nil  spring symptonls that tho blood Is  out or order and that a.medicino Is  needed. Many pooplo tako purgiv  five modlclnos ln tho spring, This  Is a morions mistake, You ennnot  curo yourself with a medicino that,  gallops tlu'ougli your system "and  leaves you weaker nl ill. This Is all  that. '��������� a purgntlvo does. Whnt you  nood to give you health and strength  In Iho spring is a tonic nimllclnn Hint.  Mill enrich the blood nud noofhu. llu>  jangled nerves. And the one* always reliable tonic and blood builder  Is nr Williams' Pink Pills. These  pills not only banish Hprlng weakness but, glut nl you ugnlnsf tho more  Horlous allinonls Hint follow, Hitch as  anaemia, nervous debility, Inolgos-  tion, rheumatism,, and other iIIhoiihoh  duo to bad blooih In proof of this  Mrs Eniilta Duck, Carloton Plnoo.  Ont,, w\yn: "I wns greatly troubled  with wenk spoils, dlulnoRR and ox-  trcmo ncrvoiiBiiOHH, and did not find  nnjl'thlng to help mo until acting on  tho advice of an mint. I began tlio uso  of Dr. Wllliama' Plnlc Pllln. Aft ir  using .flvo boxes I found my .health  fully rcBtorcd, nnd cheerfully recommend tlio pIIIh to others,"  If you aro nlllng thin Bprlng you  cannot nlford, In your own interests  lo overlook no valutiblo a modlcluo  an Dr. William*' Pink Pilln, Hold by  all mcdlolilo doalorn or by mall at Iii)  centn iv box   or h\x   boxoa for $2.50  f   n't,,   TV-   tvim.,, ,,,'  nr. it, (,,     c .  Uroekvllle, Ont,  Stocking Canadian Waters.  Hatching fish by artificial means to  stock tho waters of'Canada Is engaged in on a large scale by the Dominion Government, Iu 1900 tho Dominion iish hatcheries planted- no fewer than 1,024,282,000 fry In various  waters throughout tho country. Ot  tlio'n7 hatcheries now in operation,  nrliish Columbia and Quebec havo  eight each. Nova Scotia- nnd New  Brunswick, and Ontario have livo  each, and Manitoba und Prince lid-  ward Island each have throe,  Almost,  It was a faithful Swede girl who,  whon the winter was coldest and tho  fiirnaco was not working right; was  admonished by hor mistress to ta''o  au iron to bed with her to warm It.  in tho morning tho kindly woman  asked Lena how It. woriteu. "riuiy  gude," sho Biild, "Ah had It nlniost  warm by mornlng."--Tlio Argonaut.  Daughter-���������What   do  the (|uart,ol?  Clrumpy l',al.her--J(tili,  long as four solos.  you think of  won't take as  tmm HEALTH TO mother and chilb.  Miti, WtMSLow'n Sootuino Bvuvf ha* htta  ������t(d forovtr BlX'i'V VKAKfl by MlUlONO ol  MOTIIItUH for their CUIUmUN Wllll.8  TKUTHINO,' With P������RK������CT BUCCBSH.    It  Alt,K\m nil PAIN I CUKH8 WIND COLIC, iiii  U thtbtit remedy for UlAnitriaiA, It ti *t������  ���������olulcly liurittteii. lie mre ind aafc tor "Mil.  Wluilow'i Boottilnc Byrup," ind Ukt MOtklC  kind. Twcuty'llmaiiuiiKAtU.  t"!'  II.  Ul.!  an  foi- !ipj-  WH! 8h������  Then?  An KriglinJiiftJ-rnan declarcj iior set  will novr ?)'������������������ flippy till w-iunri nthjfi  * uiiifofiu dime.  Maypole Soap  THK OLIZAN  HOME   DYBJ  Givei rich, cvift  colon, free from  ilietki endilnolut-  c!y [������il. Duct riui  ililnltindiorketilet  2-1 colrtrj. \till etvfl  *ny iliidt, Colon  I Of, bl������c(t \$c, i\  J60I oeiltri or  noil - piitl with  booklet "Motv lo  D)>e" fiom  F. I. &EKE3ICT St  "Vou isfiy you lmvo a mu������loal edu-  cnllon?" asked Henator Sorghum.  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John DawBon, Ltd,  Church St., Toronto.  Dll. Kl.LtOTT, Sl'I'X'IALIST. Villi  vato dlstnucs nnd drink liable*  .Wrlto fi! Qui^n Vast. Toronto  t-������-  I'  W- M- U, K',. ISBWSB  <HMM,i.m������h,ihi.i  fiiiiinTiifn"   fii'i"  I  6  SHE. NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C  I AN EASTER   I  HOUSE PARTY I  j Some of the Guests Votcd\lt  a Great Success,  By VIRGINIA LEILA WENTZ  S  |  ' Tlio region of northern New Jersey  Is extremely beautiful. There are roll'  Ing hills, somo of tlieiu approaching tbo  dignity of mountains. There arc splendid lakes, some of them closed In between tbo hills producing scenery to  en tell lhe eyo of nn nrtlst.  Thoro nre country places thnt nre  wltablo  palaces,  for  mnny  of tlio  wealthiest nnd most fashlonnblo New  Yorkers   havo  built  tlieiu   tor  tliclr  .summer homos.  Tlie most -famous of all thoso localities Is Tuxedo, whero are gathered  many whoso ancestors .wore prominent  when die stale of New Jersey wns n  colony of King George III.  It was Easier week and Mrs. James  ronton was giving n Hltlo house party  In ono of theso beautiful homos.  April was still weaving i.'.s birthday  garments, spring's coronal.of blossoms  remnlned yet folded buds ami song  birds were not qulto ready with their  richest song.  But it promised to be n prodigal  spring. In the woods the bloodroot  nnd anemone were in bloom and the  violets wero peeping forth from their  protecting leaves.  No\v and then n cardinal or scarlet  tanager would flash from the cedar  trees. And iii Mrs. FoutoiCs flower  bods yellow daffodils, the white narcissus and blue hyacinths made sweet  places.  Of course Mrs. James Fenton bad  gathered together all sorts of men,  from Iho up to date man" wllh a fad  for motor science, talking grandiloquently of lubricators, radiators and  "jinl   don't  let   vs  WOMAN."  STACK,     LITTJjB  pumps, gnidomelers, magnetos and  odometers, to the rather old fashioned  mnn with a fail for tho camera bor-  Ingly an fait on Iris diaphragms and  wldo anglo lenses, tho fclcphole attachment and "hypo" and ''sollo'' print.  Soinewhero In between thoso two  poles of contemplation camo Iho ordinary, wholesome, every day man. Tom  Ormsby, n handsome young widower,  was one of ihem.  But. although ho was exceedingly  nice to all his hostess' femlnlno gliosis,  It could not bo said thut ho was especially attentive to tiny. one. At least  not on tho first day. .  ' "Heigh oh!" yawned Miss Chase, in  dressing robo nml slippers ns tlio maid  brushed oiit tho tawny lengths of lior  trossos Hint tlrst night. "Well, tomorrow Is another day, We'll boo if wo  can't wako lilm up a bit tomorrow,"  MIhh Clmso was a gay, enterprising  beauty, till unused to tbo dull rcubii-  tion of Inoffocllvo charms. And lo bor  particular way of thinking Tom Oram-  by seemed the only eligible man worth  whllo lu Mrs, Kenton's collect I on, Jfo  wns ii" widower, but what; of Unit?  They nlwnys mndo tlio best husbands,  did thoy not? So eho snld to herself,  ������������������Tomorrow,"  Howovor, when tomorrow caino, so,  ilao, did another guest. Miss Cliuso  mot hor on tho Blalrcnso ns pIio wuh  -polnB up to lior room nftor n III!lo chut  with lior hostess. There was nothing  unusually pretty about hor, yot Instinctively Mien Olitiso turned to look nflor  tlio ascending flguro.  "Wlrtf Is sho-your now guest?" film  iskcd of Mrs. Fenton ii littlo Inter.  "Molly Jlargrnvos, n dear old school  friend of mine, .lust back from the oth-  ir side. You'll llko her lots; every-  hortv doos." And Mi'"11 Kenton wim ntt  to attend to somo of her nunicroiin dll-  tlOH Of lJOtflCHS.  Thnt iiflcriioon whllo most of llio  ���������ruesls wc-ro playing bridge Mm Kenton, Miss Clmso, Miss IlnrgraveH nnd  Tom Ormsby strolled off for a Hit lo  nimble through iim woods.  "At tho top of,tlmt Hlldo of rock,"  mid Ormsby lo Ills liostesti, point lng  ihoad, "I hero used to be it III tie colony  of while violets. I'm going to look for  thorn now.'--  iro sprang np tlio flinty embankment,  "Just as Uioy wore long years ago,"  ���������io exclaimed, fetching bnrk n rlu������l(<r  In hi* hands. Uo divided llio flowers  between tho women. As ho hnndett  '.hcni to Molly Unrgraves UH*, Cliaso  icard htm snyi  "Do you remember the white violets  In the myrtle bed by tho old spring?"  An expression of tender remem-  brnnco flitted over the girl's face, but  6ho answered with cold precision:  "That must havo been long ago. And  t hnvo a poor memory."  "Humph!" ejaculated Miss Chaso to  herself, scenting n romance of bygone days. "And who would have suspected it?"  - A heavy rniu camo on that night and  was the beginning of n two days' deluge. It was hard on (ho house party.  That dreadful gulf between luncheon  nnd 5 o'clock muy becomo Impossible  even to fascinating bridge. There  .wero many who ynwned.  Although it had been Mrs. Kenton's  express purpose to bring Ormsby and  Molly together, never onco had she received thegratlilentlon of Uncling llioni  nlone. And Miss Chase watched In  valu for (he progress of hor romance.  On the second day of (bo rain Molly  was lying in a groat cam? chair reading, half screened by palms, out on Iho  empty side porch. The dampness didn't  tnko her hair out of curl, and she liked  It. Mrs. Keulon happened to spy her  nnd, like the kindly little woman thnt  she wns, gave Ormsby tho hint. (  Molly smiled rnlber enigmatically aa  lie approached und gavo expression to  nn easy commonplace or two, then hor  eyes dropped a moment to the open  book on hoi* knees. It was a volume  of Bliss Carman'!-! poems.  "Hather pretty, don't you think?"she  murmured, handing lilm flio volume  and indicating the poem beginning;  ���������   Mnko ino over. Mother April,  "NVlien tho sttp bcB'lns to stir���������  She could.think of nothing else to  say, her heart was thumping so. And  sllonco might lead to melodrama, u  thing abovo nil others tbat she hated.  "Look here," Ormsby said, closing  the book gently, *"l his is tho very tlrst  chance I've had, Molly, und there are  somo things I've boon waiting to say  ttf you for eight years."  There was n pitiful curvo to (be  girl's lips, but her eyes smiled mockingly.  "Indeed?" said sho.  "Ah, don't IctMis fence?, little woman." The man's voice was almost a  cry. "Lifo Is so short that once- in  awhile surely we eau afford lo be  biuiit"-  "Cnn we?" broko in the girl. "I believe wo can." Her soft eyes suddenly  looked like a purple black cloud that  has iu its heart (he forked lightning.  "Well, then, before you tell me any  thing let mo speak. Eight years ago  I was more of a child than n woman,  nnd 1 broke our engagement-, Tom, because"���������she moistened hor dry lips���������  "somehow there had stolen In upon ine  the childish fancy thaf'yoii had en-  -gaged -yourself -to -me-simply because"  you knew I loved you so"���������  "Ah," broke ln Ormsby hotly, "that  was only an unreasonable sensitiveness thnt came between us, love. Now  that you nre a woman, you must surely know bolter,"  "Yes," she answered simply; "I do.  But when I received your wild, incoherent; note a week after we'd separated, whon you (old mo you'd married yout cousin���������well, all llio sun  seemed (o hnvo boon stolen from tho  day nnd tho moon and tho stars from  the night. That's all. Now, becauso  It was my fault in tho first place, I've  done my duly. I've made my confession. ' Of course I was too proud to  grieve long for another woman's bus-  bnnd, so nt present you owe mo no  debt."  There was nn icy hauteur in her  voice which tho trembling of her lips  belled.  "I wns true fo her, donr. \\hlle sho  Jived���������Indeed, nt least," said the mnn  reverently.  Tom Ormsby hnd n generous heart,  and ho never thought-of his poor wlfo  without a fooling of remorse for ever  having felt iinrshly about the bonds  that bouud thorn. "But slio's been  dead now for nearly two years, and  you've been traveling In Kurope with  your aunt for nearly threo and"���������  "Wo ouly. arrived tho week lioforo  Easter," Haiti Molly casually, nnd then,  changing her tone, "Thoro is u child,  Is thoro not, Tom?",  Ormsby Ion nod toward hor, his faco  trnusllgtirod wllh adoration.  "Thero is a littlo girl, and wo call  her Mollle."  He could say no moro for a second.  Thou ho crossed lo Miss Ilargriives'  sldo, put his bund bonciilh her chin  and llflod llio oval face (III hor eyes  looked Into his.  "Sweothonrt," ho added huskily, "I'  would llko nothing bettor on earth  than (o glvo lior to you. But you'd  lmvo to- Inko mo too. Could you.  Would you?"  Ah, tho old mesmeric entreaty of  his voice I Sho longed to throw her-  note Into hlfldenr, big ai'iiiH and (ell hint  that never, never onoo In nil thoso  years, though sho had fought, hard  ngnlnst II, hud sho forgotten lilm, Hint  nowhoro olso In tho wholo world but  with 111 tn could happiness Im found.  Ho witR wrapping lior around with  (ho old, old spell.  ISlio mndo nil effort fo got out of her  ci|(>ii,.(. i<nf ciif. fo;i',<d her.'1"!? I'oC'lrJ  to tlio spot as ono Ya sometimes'In  dreams. A. tldo of rich, young blood  surged ovor the dellcalo face ..ntid  itiuilo Iho 1)1(111*8 heart throb with in*  explicable joy.  "Would you, dear?" he pleaded  again, bonding slightly over hoc  Molly did Rpoak Anally, rising calmly and reaching for (ho book. And  sho itnld n" wonderfully clover thing,  Considering tlio fact that Miss Chaso  was at Hint moment curiously strolling  out to the sldo porch, bnfli the remark  and (bo action wero apropos:  "I know you'll llko Cnrmnn'a poem,  and If llio him conies nut tomorrow  I'll rend It fo yon down by (hat little  colony of while violets,"  The next day tbe iim came out.  LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE.  If Th*r������ It No Bright Sid* Burnish Up  th* Dark Side.  'A gentleman remarked lo us that tbe  true theory of life was to get on the  admiration sldo and not on the cynical  and objurgatory 6lde of life. We believe that Is sensible, says the Ohio  Stnto Journal. "Look on tho bright  side and if there is no bright side burnish up the dark sldo" Is a little quotation thnt wo put In our notebook more  than n score of yents ago. It Is good  gospel. It Is the doctrlno of bono.  Grumbling-at everything is un-OhrlB-  thin. It will condemn ������ man ns sure  as profaulty or lying.  Tho Bible says, "But let all those  Hint put tholr trust lu thee rejoice."  Thero Is philosophy for this. A^per-  son cannot do any good In a bud spirit  If one bales a man he cannot reform  lilm. livery.- good thing that n muu  does pulls some evil up by the roots.  Good deeds grow by smiles ns the  wheat grows by the sunshine.,, Boost  the good aiid (Ho bad will liuvo u poor  cbanco.  It 1^ right to curb the evil If one does  not wasto all his strength at It. so tbnt  ho will have to sit down nnd lose .heart.  Thoro Is no ilinil defeat In hn honest,  sincere effort, nnd Hint Is tho doctrine  ot lhe upward look and the bright side  of life.  SHOE ODDITIES.     ���������  Two Pairs Art Sometimes Broken lo  Oblige Finicky Customer!.  When n one legged man buys a shoe  (be dealer sobds (o the factory for n  shoe to match tho ono left remaining,  ln these days ot the uso of mnchlnery  In every process ot their manufacture  shoos uro mode wllh tho utmost exactness and precision, nnd It Is easily possible to mntc (hat remaining shoe wltb  tho greatest nicely lu size, style, material ond liiilsh.  Few people hare feet exactly alike.  Commonly tho loft foot te larger than  (ho right, so that oue shoe may Ut a  II(Lio moro snugly than the other. Commonly, however, people buy shoos in  regularly matched pairs, tlio difference  In their feet, If It Is noticeable to tbem  at all, not being enough to make any  other course desirable.  But there are people who buy shoes  of different sizes or wie'ths, In which  case (bo dealer breaks two prtlrs for  (hem, giving them, to lit their feet, one  shoe from each. In such cases tbo  dealer matches up tho two remaining  shoes, oue from ench of two Jnlrs, Just  as ho would where be had broken ono  pair to sell ono shoe to a one legged  mnu.  WEIGHT OF A TRAIN.  The Dining Car Alone, Ready For  Service, Weighs 140,000 Pounds.  The heaviest of all (he cars in a "llm-  Mod" train Is (lie dining car, which Is  ordinarily or a weight lu excess or the  oilier cars by 10,000 or 15,000 pounds.  Between the cur construction and the  necessary kitchen equipment and Ice-  box eoiueuts, a lull size stnndnrd din-  lug car tips (he scales ut-HO.000 pounds  when ready to make Its customary division run.  Therefore, on (he prlnelplo thnt in  rase of collision a passenger ts safer In  tho strong, Heavy couch In the center  of a vestlbulcd (rain, the dining car Is  n good place (o remain.  A sixteen section sleeping car may  weigh from 110,000 to H.T.,000 pounds,  whllo the buffet-library car of (ho  transcontinental typo comes nest In  weight at 107,000 pounds. The baggage car, weighing 83.000 pounds, may  bo the lightest In n train, but tho postal  car next to It weighs on an average  103,000 pounds, a reclining chair car Is  full weight at S7.000 pounds, while tbo  ordinary passenger coach weighs 03,-  000 pounds. ������  Willi, h locomotive and tender weighing JiOO.dOO pounds, one may estimate  by theso flgures the enormous weight  of some of tbe through modern railway  trains of seven cms.���������New York I'ress.   ___y������!_y__n_.Q?w-   "The seven days preceding and the  seven days following tho winter solstice were callOd by the ancients "bal-  eyou dnys." This phrase Is derived  from n fable which sets forth that Hal-  cyone, a princess who grieved so deeply for the loss nt sen of ber spouse, waa  sent thither in pity in the form of a  halcyon bird or klngfislfer. According  to tlio legend, tho .'.halcyon bird bad  during tho timo of breeding the power  of lulling tho waves, and It was believed at this time tho sea was always  calm a'nd might bo navigated In perfect security. Experience,-.of courso,  dispelled this fable; but, llko many^n-  other old world story, it has left behind  It a distorted meaning. In this caso  the connection between the old;,and tbo  new Blgiillk'nuee is clenr, fop the term,  onco oxprosslvo of "peace and calm  upon the waters, Is equally .expressive  ot tranquillity upon the son of life.  Tbo Lump Fish.  Did you ever hear of tho lump Ash?  Well, it's a peculiar species found In  Bait water. This strange lis I) possesses  a sucker formed by two.ventral tins,  which nro so shaped that when tbo  fish reclines on n rock llio (ins act as  Bucket's and hold It (Irmly. As soon ns  llio eggs aro doposltcd In shallow pits  between stories, tho fomalo fooling  Hint sho hns dono her pnrt, deserts  them and tho mnlo at onco assumes  ehnrgo and gunrds the eggs until Ihey  hutch out and thon tbo young until  Ihey nro ablo lo tnko caro ot. thorn*  nol ves. Iu moving round ho Is closely  followed by tlio numerous fnmlly  which hns given rlso (o (he term "lion  nnd chickens." At times thoy ntlnob  themselves to Hie sides of tholr parent  by tholr sucking disks, thus presenting  a singular appoaranco,  WATCH HER AT DINNER."  t   A Parisian gourmet's Way of Getting  at a Woman's Ago.  A Parisian gourmet thinks he has  discovered an Infallible method for  getting gat u woman's age���������watch her  at dinner.  If she goes through every course,  chattering all the time, and Is equal  (o an Ico nfter dessert, not (o mention chocolates aiid crystallized fruits,  she is still In her teens.  If she makes n good start with the  hors d'oeuvres, does well with the  caviar, salmou aud such delicacies,  but shows no Interest In the rest of  the meal, she Is between twenty nnd  thirty and married.  Wlien she declines every other kind  of game, but takes some pheasant, she  has passed thirty, but has not yet  reached thirty-five.  ��������� After thirty-five she dotes on every  kind of game, tbe more highly flavored  the better.  If at the end of dinner she fakes  cheese, showing special partiality for  the odorous Cnmembert, then, says the  Parisian observer, there can be no  manner of doubt about it���������she is a lady  of uncertain age.���������Paris Cor. New York  Suu.   ,        j  0 YOU GARDEN SASSI  It's tlmo to Kit the guidon spade.  I hear olo robin's sons.  The sprouts on tliem there onions  Is u-glttin'.'mkldlln' long.  Vpti bet I oln't Itc-tcheU nnpiiln'  When springtime comes nu'in.  I'm alius fust In these ye tu purls  To stlclc my onions In,  What!   You don't eat no onlonuT  Well. I'll be Joo kicked I    ,  Ton think the smell Is nasty?  Well, you must be ferrlukeU!  Glninie a bunch ot onions  An' salt un' butter bread.  Go ent your prunes an' breakfast feeds  An' olo canned beans Instead.  Of course we'll sow some lettuce���������  The crinkly, curly sort-  Ait' sugnr peas an' yaller beans,  1 guess about six (itiait.  \V.o'll put In tatcrs nn' totnats,  Sweet corn tin" salsify;  Vou bet we'll drop some yunlcln eettll  1 do lovo punkln pie! <i  An' reddlshes-you don't ent 'em  Because they scent.your breath?  lla, liu!   Vou sure now are/some era nit I  You tlclclo mo to deathl '���������  l.'ow, Mill, tack up that chicken slgn-  "Keep Off the Unrden Snss!"  Row,   neighbors,   keep   your   Shanghais  homo    ������������������ ",.   .'*  Or you will* yell, alas!    <y  . CM. BARNlf?!.  **-������&*mtt  POETKi  NOTES  clm.hmmtz  JUYUUUDE  PA.  O -U  CORRESPONDENCE  SOLICITED  t.  LIME  FOR   POULTRY.  A hen's bill of faro Is naturally composed of animal, vegetable and.mln-  nil matter, tho latter being summed  1> In tho word���������nsb.  Some of this mineral matter she ex-  racts from food nud water, aud It  oos to aid digest Ion, Is found in blood  nd tissue, but most of It, lu the form  t lime, builds bone aud makes egg-  hell.  Through the depletion of the soil of  ertaln mineral elemc.-.tr; and lucrcas-  il egg production, fowls, especially In j.0ften  (These articles and Illustrations must no!  be reprinted without special permission.)  BROODING TURKS ARTIFICIALLY.'  "Have (he brooder dry. bedded with'  dry loamy sand and the '.hover beat up  (o 00 to t!.r> degrees, tlio poult's actions  being criterion as to whether heat W  low or high, Transfer from incubattr  In covered basket. Blip poults ntidjr  hover nnd eon lino at'first to nursery*  Twelve to liftcwn to brooder Is c(f-  rect, nnd the operator should iioto tivo  peculiarities at once-poulta nro &',owr  tb learn (o cat aud do not tnko to  hover readily.  To meet the first difficulty iii������t several brooder chicks as lenders, and  they soon teach tlio little lurks tojeat  and drink.  To meet tho second leave flop of  hover opeu  aud  push i-oults under  7intcr, do not get Biifilcleut lime, and  t must bo supplied or the hen will lay  joffc shelled eggs or eat oue eggshell  lo make (he next.  Tho eggshell contains 98 per cent  calcareous material, ail-anged In minute crystals, between which are  pores, through which air and moisture  pass.  Seashells contain about the same  per cent of phosphate of lime and ^  carbonate of I line as an eggshell, the  only difference being that the eggshell has 1.5 per cent more animal  matter, which is furnished by the" skin  lining of the eggshell.  Clean oyster shell, cracked tho necessary size, Is best fitted to supply  hens. This essential mineral clement  should bo kept, before them at all  limes, but It must not bo substituted  for grit, as It has uo cutting edge aud  soon grinds (inc.  Tbo Meanest Man Bill.  They wero discussing the freak blllu  that get themselves Introduced into  congress every year when a Colorado  representative, said:  "Sometimes I think (he greatest  boon wo could have In..this country  would be the adoption of a federal  .statute. In accordance with a bill an  odd character In Colorado once wanted mc to offer (o the stale legislature..  Jt was entitled tho meanest nrau bill  and arovldcd for an election In every  county each year to dotermlno who  waa the meanest man In the county.  The man receiving the highest vote  waa (o bo hanged. Think of (he good  such n statute would do! Just consider what decent "citizens all the pooplo would be who received a few  scattering voles! And thoso who stood  any chance of lending tho ticket would  move away. In two or (hreo yeara  every placo whero (ho law was In  operation would becomo a model community,"���������New York Press.  Elasticity of Conscience,  In the majority of canes conscience  Is an elastic and very floxlblo article,  which will boar n doal of stretching  and adapt llmdf (o a groat variety of  clrcnmain neon. Some pooplo, by prudent management nnd lonvlug It off  ploco b^plcco, lllio a fin unci waistcoat  In wnrm weather, ������von coplrlvo In  tlmo to dispense wllh It altogether,  but (hero ,bu others who can nsstimo  Hie garment and throw It off at pleasure, and this, being tho greatest and  most convenient Improvement, In tbo  ono most In vogiie.-Fruin Dickens'  "Old Curiosity Hhop."  His Paying Powers.  Old Gotrox-I don't think much of  Hint young Dutk'lclgli who pones as a  parlor uriiiiinent around hero occasion*  ally. Prolly Daiighlpr-Why, pa, ho  pajfl  mo  (ho  loveiloRt  compliments.  Old nuiroJt-YoH, ami Unit's all lio  was over known lo pay, so far as I can  lea ru.-Rxclia ngo.  Musio of Street Boys,  Ono point regarding, street music  puzzles tills writer. How does tho average small boy manago to add (o his  repertoire" the latest song frotil tho latest musical comedy within a day or  two of Its prodiicllon at a west end  (healer? It Is hardly likely (hat ho at-  tends tho thotiter to hear it at first  hand. One cnn hardly imagine him  buying tho seoro to learn It Hint way.  And na for thoso Important factors In  musical education, (ho gramophones,  (ho park bands and tho .barrel organs,  ho generally forestalls tiioin by weeks.  Whence, then, docs ho gain Ills knowledge? It is ns mysterious as the pas-  sago of news lo tlio 'Indian bazaar beforo tho olllclal telegrams havo arrived.  -London Spectator,  It may be found necessary to put  tbom Inside and run % wire screen  Facilities to Economize.  "Our forefathers 'lived much moro  limply than wo did," snld tho man who  tnkos every tiling seriously, "They did  uot hosltnlo to economize."  "Yoo, but look at Iho room thoy had  to econoiulzo In, You couldn't expect  uh to' churn In a flat or keep chicken*  nnd n garden on Iho llio escape, could  you?"-Washington Star.  What u Man Eats.  Mrs. Stibbtib-I wonder wliat'a como  over Harry. Instead of being cross, as  usual, ho started ort bnppy and wills-  <Mn;T M'.:e ".'l:!r;! t!:!:j 'r.lc.T.h'.g. Hcva  i fn now tflrll-lt'n t'lty fault, mum. I  got iho wrong package and gavo lilm  bird seed for breakfast food.-Wom-  oil's lloiuo Companion.  Conization,  "Thoy soy sho Is dovolcd to hor hns*  band anil Imby,"  "Ves, poor thing! Klit- hasn't token a  prlzo nl ti bench show tor thiw j-enrft!"  -I'ur-k.  nlssnnftlntiitl  Clnrn-I'vo bwu looking Info Jack's  Jfo, and I'm awfully dlsuppolniod.  Mary-Why? Chim-My worst suspicions are unfounded.-Satire.  Hud. men excuse their faults,  tucu leuvu them.--lieu Joiibuit.  Good  The W#ddinfl,  "Wan the v;e<MIr.;; it icti'.'fcr'i?"  "Oh, n lingo one. Why, women wept  Utterly, who  didn't  even  l.tiuw  tho  bride."���������Ksclinnfic*  A willing mind nnkes n hard Jouriioy  l&sy.-MnHsliiger.  FEATHERS   AND   EGGSHELLS.  The 1,203 county fairs of the United  StatOAjast_year_shoj\^d_total__ receipts  amounting to $i.\G2f>77no. The poultry  entries nt some of them reached 8,000,  Tho cut of a capon generally heals I  in about ten days and^no stitching Is '  necessary.    At times  wind puff will  appear, und this air should be drawn  off by pricking (he distended skin.  The.:.Ornithologist's* union declares  pheasants will soon bo extinct. The  guinea has already takon Its place in  the restaurants, and It might bo wise  for this bird society to keep'niuia for  the sake of the guinea Industry,  A fevr*dli'ty eggs In a crate or basket spoil the appearatico of..Iho whole  bunch and lower tholr value, even If  they are ail fresh. Cider vinegar Is a  good,'egg cleanser, but soiled eggs  should really bo used for home cooking ns soon ns������found.  Many havo the hallucination that  tho poultry business, llko perpetual  motion, runs Itself. Without serious  plnunlug, or a practical system, or u  working knowledge of poultry culture,  thoy tumble Into It and then come  bumps and n bust up.  According to tho '"census, thoro are  (5,301 ostriches In tho United fctatos,  divided among Arizona, California,  Arkansas, Texas and Florida. Hut  tho census'does not Include tho flourishing IMoomsbiirg (Ph.) plant, tho  only ostrich farm In tho oast.  Tho Now York, Produce Hcvlow  mokes groat capital over tho arrest of  an Indiana farmer for selling bad eggs  to a grocer. Lot's seo���������bow many Now  York and Philadelphia egg (yegg) men  havo boon fined or sont lo ilio penitentiary for Rolling vllo rots and spots,  anyhow? Can't remember, them all?  Hero loo.  When somo pci'Kons note Iho high  price of winter eggs thoy coucludo (hat  all a* poiiltryniaii does to got thoso  eggs Is to wave a magic wand and  they como and aro sold nt a groat  profit. Winter eggs cost most In money, planning and work, but somo fellows think different iiri'tll thoy try tho  easy gamo and bust up.'  At (ho lato Crystal palace show tho  first In numbers was tho Orpington,  (118 being exhibited, ficeoncl In popularity was tho Wyandotte, 812 Doing  entered. Thin Is spent;lng volumes  for tho Wyandotte, nn American  brood, for tho Orpington originated In  Kugliind aud Is Kiigland'd popular  whllo mealed nun kot fowl.  Tho farm Journals aro taking moro  Interest than formerly in poultry,  iiicso papum nave a giTiit.oppor(Uiili>y  lu ai>a-;ul iviluhlc {.viilUy Ui^miuuiUoii,  to Improve the farm (lock and IIhih In-  crcaso tho billion dollar poultry prod-  tier. Tho day Ih coming whon every  pnper of connequenco will hnvo an up  Ir.   lii.tf.   ������,���������,.l������.<f<   /I   ������  ...    '.....    ,.���������-.,���������    .-s.j,..������ --.,... ....  Tlio department of agriculture, W(.k1p  Ingtou, predicts that ID'JO will seo tho  nut ot tlio turkey Irlbo If tho proRcnt  rate of decrenso continues, Thero In  ono filing Riiro, tho government will  not wcop much over "love's labor lost"  ou llio turkey, for mighty littlo attention has boon paid to tho fowl by thi  bureau of animal liiiRbatidry.  Thoto by C. M. Barnits.  X KKf.!ABLK TOnK HOTKll/  around ot night or they will waudet  out, pile up In a corner and got crush-t  cd or chilled.  We picture tho hover wtf like tho  best for poults. Jt Is ten Inches high,  twenty-two luetics In diameter,;'free  underneath, top boat; heat comes from  lamp outside, and all fumes nro piped  out. Temperature should bo dropped  10 degrees weekly until down to 70  degrees, whero It should stand until  poults arc six to eight weeks old  when, hover may bo reuidved and thfc  poults have the -vrliolq brooder with a  rassy outside caged run, tbo brooder  o bo changed to fresh ground often.  At twolvo to sixteen* wcokB poult*  s   f.      I* V*~  , "TS&J  ffm^m*M:pmm  ������������������t���������l-m^i'^flml.ht.   WlH  iW  Photo hy C. M. Hiirniu.  Jt lIOUtlUDK TCIIK llll00l)F,n.  may bo turned loono, but thoy must  bo watched, as they mny not bo able  to Und their way buck.  Tho brooder shown Is 12 by 4 foot,  ������ drmlrnblo ������lzo and style. It stands  on (ho lino ot an orchard and alfalfa  field, an Ideal location.  Ttirkoy brooders must especially be  kept clean, as dlth nud foul air kill  poults quickly. I'Vcsh water, grit nnd  charcoal should bo kept hofnro thorn,  and nothing Is bettor for tlrst feed  Iiiiui dry, sweet honiomndo bread-  crumbs, and Mother Turkey's rule,  "Peed littlo. but often," is the host (o  follow,  Dorm.  i IVm't oof is lilelt itrlei'd hienhnfor In  n damp cellar. It's (ho worst place for  a tiro fo sunt, and the dump fhitch tlm  Incubator apart.  Don't bo quick to blamo tlio rooster  for !nferttlon. Thero nro a number of  iiiiisoH, and tho chief nro overfill, In-  utcctJiTig Jinti ituviitg lit'iis for heavy  winter laying.  Don't into poor oil In brooder tir.d In.  I'lilmior lamps.   It smokes, gives pour  heat, may explode.or go out and a  whole luitch or brood may bo killed,  Huy t|io hc������t oil bv Hie li<irrc|    If \tnyn.  Don't fall n frvt OKifi under tnriilm-  Hon.    .\  ������Iia!o tit ���������iitit.t'-"' ���������Mflni: in \r  j op infertile.   Mork pus !>iiriih<f! tv t,t*  land thus discover srr prnn thit r������.?#  ; lure   In   fi'ttllltr   tr   thtf   flvo  \v������<Uf  jttblCln 0" <!��������� !'.!_& U*Ad lo U������ m}m*)\k., 4������&if^BiWS, <^������a&&&sf&, BJtiffrearc^CiCMMasas  '���������'lufe-i ^isttm*anjaX.i..ii.mmaa^fi,  M.^"..-  <#Li;i'j!^'>XjSif..*J6������ji������*aia!������������5(' iLstaKaaa!i-CEKta>l  SPECIAL SALE OF  1,ACK  CURTAINS,.  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  MUSLIN y,  CURTAIN  MADRAS,  AKT SATKKNS |  I'\������i Pay Week. <  yt^^\w*v>m*if<w  I \ A/K ARK N0W SHOW] NO the bi-it  <   W lu'sortinent of L;noletmn at 5Jo  >  iitid frl I -2 oents per equuro yd, sp.-oihl  4> f'tr pay-day week -15c nnd Two por sq .yd  Mcl'hec Tdocl  A lull line of Kuril it ure, Beds,  Stoves, and Ranges  always on  A. MoXINNON  ,      Diuibiiiuii Avenue,  'II  ill  '���������Nt^^ncawBmKWiwosBaMrij^A wroKSBaaaswnB&BBw #������v  Cumberland  of     Teas,   Coffee,    Spices,    Salmon,  Dried and    Canned Fruits,   etc,    arc  the best value and quality that money,  can buy.     Try them,  The Cumberland Departmental Stores have  a Full Range of these Brands in Stock.  TKNDKU3  WANTlCD.  .'SH-ALUD .-TENDKKS marked  /���������'iYiii.k'i\s lor. Sitlywalk.^,'' will In-  ri-cc-ivcd l>j the undersigned np to  Aitjii.lay.JulySth 10l2 at (l'p.'m ,  '.tm-  tlie .'construction' of   cement  '.-.iik'walks fe'r the citv  of Cumber-  -. ������������������ ��������� ������    ���������-.���������.-��������� - . .     .  ;'  "���������i'Vtid,    I'lans   and    specilica.tions  :.ii; i.y l>o Been at* tbo   ollice   of   the  ^Ciiy Clerk,    Cunibc-i'lam!, ������13. C  "   ���������Tlie.,work will contain   480  cn-  ,iiic vai-tLs of  Jill    and    710 .cubic  ' '��������� ���������  v.*-.   ., "���������  ' .   ���������  ������������������lards ol: cement, more or lef-ft.  ' Forms of tender may be obtain  ���������-���������il from the city- chirk, and all  . ���������teiuleri;"incet be accompanied by  a mi'irked cheque for the sum of  .������LOO, said cheque to bo listnnied  Jo tiueueeessful tenderers.. * , "  .The lowest or any tender not  ji'.'cesptu-ily accepted.  "A": McKiNNOfv,- city  clerk,  -fli.ty. Hall,   Cutnherlau.i;   B/ C.  , Viii.eiltb,.-lyi'V "       ; "dV  ;'. LAND   ACT  0 Say ward Land'District.  District of Coast. '  .TAKl'v NOIUCE that William. f3airy  ,i'!-'i'rle.y of Vancouver, 15. C," occupation  ..'ilriikcr, intends   1.6 apply .for. permission  ""nrtes-rei'Ire"fo i 'iTi'vrtri^"ne'sWflre'ci~lairasi^^  Commencing at a po?t planed at   lngli  'vatcr mark'aboui 40-chains-east of May-  \f-:;; Point, Read-Island, thence east:26  tlians, tlience south 40   chains,   thence  west 20 chains, thence norlh ,40   chains  'ii.poir.t of commencement containing 80  . 'teres'more or less.  William Haury Duki fey,  Name tif Applicant  Jeny Genazzic, Agent.  .Date May 28th, 1912.  ���������   f . *      -   * "  "  V*?&rx-*tT*mm-.'tw*ai*miwmmwai!aM^K  Form Of N Slice  rb'rin Of Notice.  Notice is hereby given -Hint 00  days after date I intend to apply  to the Hono.uru.blo-Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for  coal mul.petroleum under the fore  shore and under the water on the  lands in anti'opposite the following described lands situate injlii-  perf District:���������Commencing at a  post planted on tho sea beach af  high-wider/mark tit tho intersection of Section. 18 and 13, Town  2^'PortMcNeill, Rupert Diafri^t,  thence north sixty chains 60;  thence east eighty chaiiia 80;  Ihence south sixty-tive chains 65;  more or less to'high water maik  on south side of 'Port'McNeill  Harbor; thence westerly along  shore to pbice of Commencement.  liKKNARD  S. SPKINGKTT  Francis M, Tordiit'e, Agent  Dated this 8th day of April 1912  MAROCCHi BROS    *|  GROCFRS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  1 Tommy's Bicycle -Sho  ft  | (4. flakafrishi, P^op.  ������) ���������GUNKRAL REPAIRING OF���������  ������  I Bicycles, Sowing Machines,  I Guns, Etc., Etc.  I Plumbing Done.  fi\ -mJ  I  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BHER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  _      Wines and Liquors.   o\  SECOND   STREET]  Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  P.O. Box 360  Local agent for  Cleveland, Masscy-IIarris  and Perfect bicycles.  Telephone 7-0  rc������wtX!X8X������jw-teX������  -. (ConlinuodfiMin front p.-igt-)'���������' '*',  c'uui;Mraud Mrs James Smith, pillow  BbaniH; Mr and Mra Tom WilliauiH, mignr  butter,'(jro:������m nnd spoon holders; Thomnu-  Ct'ssfor'i, tvreati; WisfiGklIoinp,buciiit; jar,  Mr uud iM rd PoUr'SlcNiven, loi' set; Joe.  "Williams, hair brush and comb; Mr aud  Mra Frotiymith, cheque; cMias Atmlo and  Mr A'ox McNtvou, bony Q<it; Mr utnl Mra  Geoi-KO Shearer, roching chair; Mr and  Mrs (Ifiorgo Ptytlo David Pi-y'de and Jim-  my strany, table; Mr and Mrs 116bt Russel  bed Bpreutlsj Mr aud Mis R. G. MoLoan,  cheque.  3������8&3������������������S������������ ^ ������������������������������������������������������0������������S)������SXS������������������������������S  llllllllllllllllll!llllllllltlll!IIUIIll!!l!llllllllllllllllll!llll!llll!ll!lllllllli:!llllll!^  I Hicks & Lovick Piano Co* j  I LIMITED.  \\    809 GOVERNMENT STREET, Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  ii  HEI.NTZMAN & C-0'Y  In.OTICE is,hereby given tliat  on Ihe first.day ot June next application will bo in ado to the Sn-  perititeriden't of Provincial' Police,  Victoria, B. C., for; the transfer  of the license for the sale of liquor  by rotajrin and upon the premises  "known asThe',-Wilson Hotel,-Un  ion Bay, B.' G., from John.Humphrey to Alfred lluper I-Iofne.  '   John Humphrey,  Holder of U'-ense.  Alfred Raper Home,  Applicant  Date May 29th, 1012,  Notice -is. hereby <ji ven lliat 30  J ������ys after date I ii;'.eiid to apply  jo tha Honourable Minuter of  Lipdafor a lieeiiho to p.ospect for  coal and petroleum under th.������foro  rhore and under the waler on lhe  Jt nils in nud opp.'sito Lho fullo\>-  iitgdeHeriLed IiuhIh siuinto in Ilu������  perl Dijilnct:-���������Uoinnicticin^ at a  poHl planted oil the non beach ut  high waler marlc.it tho intersection  i.f HiiCtiniiH Iti and 1.7, Townaliip 1  juivl 2, I'ort McNeill,-"Rupert Din  i'ieij thence north eighty clinin.- 80  ihenco woHt lugliiy chiiiiisSO; thonco  uiulli nixiy-two ehaliifi U'2, more  Li- le, h to hi^h water unnk on fouth  ritle 01 I'tiriMt. JIi.*iil ILailior; theuce  en-'.erly I'long iihi-.r;; lino fi place  of eoiuuieneemi-tii.  AlU.'inilAbDTtUUiU'TK  Km in ir id . Ti'idil'ii-,, Aptiiit  Dalcd this Mlh day of April   HHl!  ���������*���������#"* 'i'f  aar*i'--4v,m'ra*a'tnn% .atmr\ma*' v;i������*t.*'jn������t������������**jiw %w%**������Ji.\aatm  $0~ OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  SALE  AT THIS OFFICE jgtg  wmimjcfir^miffjarai  Jack Bruee   intends   opening  up a soda water works here short  ly.    Aboul S500 is taken out of  this town and   district  monthly  for soft drinks. We have uo  doubt of Mr.  Bruce's   success in  the venture.  Theo. Johnson's  auto came to  grief near Union Bay last week,  tlie_rear_.axle_,being__bxokeu.-.   Miss Tranter, of Victoria ar  .lived in town last, week aud is  the guest of Rev B. C. and Mrs.  Freeman.  Dr. MacNaughtou expects a  new ''Ford-' 1913 aulo which he  has recently purclised. to' arrive  iu a few days.      <*  M. li. ���������'..-Huston','' representing  tlie Monteliiis Piano House, Ltd.  of Vancouver is in town.  LAND ACT.  Sayward Land District.  , TAKE NOTl'JE that John Stanislaus Carroll, of New York, N.'-Y'.,'.occu'  palion, engineer, intends to apply for  peniiisiion to purchase the following described' lands:���������Cominencinj,' at a post  planted at the S. VV. corner of Lot 550  ihence noith. 40 chains, thence west  22.76, chains to the east boundary of Lot  54S, thence south along said boundary  40 chains, thence eai't 22.76. chains to  point of commencement containing 91  acres more or.less.  John.'Stanisi.aus Cakuou. ..,.'  '     Robert- Henry Chestnut; Agent.  Date May itjth, 1912.  jnel'2   ���������..'. ape1'1  u>������ttUMMJiil������i.ilJWM:ii'Mwi'WwiA^Kii.vj-?������i-wi'wirw,wi-iin������wii;^  LAND   NOTICE.  Sayuai'd Lund District  TAKE   NOTICE   that   Charles   O"  Flynn, of New York,  N. Y,  occupation  clerk,   intends' to apply   for p'e'ririi'ss.ibn  lo   purchase,, the     following   described  ands:���������Comrnencint! af a   post  planted  and others; also  PIANOLA PIANOS & ORGANS  VICTOR  VICTROLAS  and RECORDS  Write us for Prices, and Terms  1  1  7.24 chains east of the S. W.. corner,' of  Lot 550, thence soutu: 6684.' chains,  thence west .30 chains, ihence north 66.  84 chain's, thence east 30 chains to point  ofcommencenient containing 200 acres  more or less. *���������*���������,'"'  CflARLKS 0!Fl.YNN.  Robert" Henry Chestnut, Ajjent  Dalo May loth, 1912.  jufc!2 nugl'i  WHII![llll!!i'![l!llllllil!l!lllli!lllli:!ll!!l!!l!!llllffl  ^\llilillllliilllllltlllil!lltlHllll!ll!ll!llllll!tlllli|i|illll!l!l!llili;illilll!lll!!t!!ll!ll!|!i!!ll!|t|||U  I  Capital $0 300,000, ��������� . Resorve $7,200,000  g-  JLjRie^Roya^  Gramophona Needles for sale by  Chas. Segrave at the News office.  memOMmonrf  -matmrjast  star tMJm^'.w.vgyTT^'  Kolir.  Of  Nolice,  N������>lictt i������ liiM'itliy i.MVfii   thai  i)U  days nfter ditto I .intend   to  upply  Im   the    Hi'iioni-nlilc    .Mini:tti������i'    nf  Lauds I'mj- a licciiH- tn ji!'n������jH>ct for  c<������ul and pelrnlmitii under the fore  ;-!iu,"ti and niidiT the waler 01: the  3m iu Ih in and iiptioyitt!   11 :o l'oi'n.i\v-  S  f���������  Mston  (22_tw.____r_^'___^^  Jusfc outside the city limits, 'The building restrictions, the water view and its location are  what make THE HIGHLANDS the best buy in  Nanaimo  ..."THE HUB OF VANCOUVER ISLAND."...  i;i^ llemUlU.i  I ,,li't-   I li"l l'tl>������  1  iaiid-i ,-itUii'e in Un.  i,d"(   11\��������� 11,( .,. 1   (,n      ^t  i.ii^!; water i'.:ur!;  (i'l-.l 'if  (v'l't'Mllr'  fl������l l'l(i.>,.ll  ,\l  :.l   tlif iiilenu'c..  I'iu.'i'l 17, 'P-twn  ship I nml Ji,   I!"ii MeN.'ill,  Ru  1't.i! Dih'rii't. ili'eiK'e ii"i'ih  ci'dilv  el'uin.s   MU;    tliete-'e   "ii^i.   i'i;^'liiy  hi", (������������������lily.  Miniii.- M(l: ;!ictiff :1,11th  live chain*'* 70,   more   or   Itn-ii   to  Itii^li wuler mail: <ui i-t'ttrli  <-,ido of  I'ort McNeill II;u!i,u ; thence west"  d'lyVi:.. :.':  ..  !:.,*    : ;   pi;.---I  Mlituiellt-t'll!  lotted i'ii  i ...    ,    .  ['������ KTTIK I    J.', III!'-  N. TtmlifSc, At,'.iit  i'Jl'-l'.  'I'll!'!'  '���������'ii (lay cf Ann  [tight in line with the present rapid spread of  || N-anaimo's Residential Section.   One mile from  H|j city limits.  Built around on all sides.  Only 51 *  || lots.   Price $250;  comers $300; terms   10 per  ���������/> 4-        f- n r* I;     /-. ���������,-. i-\j     (t? 1 O    IA r-\-n    V^ry r% *r\ 4- V*  'UU.     WLltOU    t-uiXU.    -)>JLW    JjOX      XJLiOiiOXl.  HOUSE AND LOT FREE  For Particulars Write to  WILTON   8c  WiLLSON  | DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE , ALL  | "OVKR   THE ��������� WORLD.    ���������  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCODNTS& iuK-ro^t  I   ut highest Current Utiles aliowul on Wf-pot-ils of Ijil and upwutde.  | CUMBERLAND, B. O.., Emr.ch, Open .Daily,  jji- UNION WHARF, B, O,,   Sub-Dracli, Open Thursdays  |, D. M. MORRISON, Mannger.  !'��������� COURTENAY,   B.O,    Branch,    Open Daily.  %.  WM. HOFF, MctncijsreM".  %iillllllllli!llllllllllllll!ll!!lllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll>llllll!llll!llllli:!llllllllllllll������^ - NlllllllllllinillllllllllUIII ^  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DuNSMUiR Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  iiiM_ii<i������ii������w������rn������������rMiwiT������mnr-'''ra������nBVW  -wir-ri_n-|niTJiJTiir*wmmfwii'wn ���������!������������������,'rtMTit'iiofMrHiiaiKi.iiiriiniiiWifi-n n-'WimiMiw-'hiiTM-r'-r mn iuai.'W^rbr_*.'^i������iblwwi������t.wr.tj  i  i  V.   BOflO^fl:  Maanifaoturer of MINERAL WATER  ���������I  il  P, O. BOX 482  PHONK 89,...  CUMBERLAND  ���������rti*:)wr-m.wmt.wmm*rmrmtmMmfpw*,mi,Mii<mm. .^tmmfwmtum.  ae^vu������miiammxmyam-imsnm\,,xitautwimjKitm  :|||||||llllllll!!IIIIIIIHIIIHi:  tvimffff.m'm.  V<i i 'i, ,* i  1 umber;  lfx^rt rt������Htn������v        PI  IMI  ^Y'ff  ii Hotol Windsor Block  [ ftMwu������Jmf a_mvaKmT*fwmwm*m ������pT������������^a������^j&ix^'f ,i->^\pa������if^^w.^ .���������4i������r .y.ui-.ti-cms^ra^*'/  ��������� mmamfVam*������tXaa*m 1���������-jyi mm gum k������wi(riiwmiiyW"W''-'^'^i-������ d.^aaam-mammmmm  w; a'maimo  .fl������CMKCia������!3BWiy VXtet/TVm.mXMM*--,  There's Cycling Satisfaction   in  a  The cyclist who invests in n '-SINGICIi" Cycle Is safe  from every polM-of view. The '���������Sinner'' Cycle is a innrvel of  modern meidiniiisni, and its beauty besides. Including the  "Singer Royal1' lor ladies, we show four models, ranging in  price from \d$,   Write lor a list to-day. x���������  THOS. PL1HLEY  730 YATES STREET VIC/  rs_r=tll!IHMIIl������li:WW������=  , $ ,������;'X'i:".������i:ii������it  ii:;wi;nir-ii������^-~r-.,v.-^:rr^r(ra!.'i;!j������i!!ijB.iii'!!!Htti  .���������  ������������������ -  ���������   ..., j  is  Sr  v  ii  ^uomfw*'  m~.:..'"l

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