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 mtl, |    Ul. I. ...  mmmaaaaammmmmmmWm  f.-i  >-s-V  /  X  f  .V*       ������~  n  /  A   '    v -  /  V  =\ '  *:v;  A Journal D������vot>ed,E������|W<3i^ly, t^ ife Int������n������*fcs of Comox District.  ' a   ��������� *���������' . . "J.    '' ._.vg'f &������; "    ' ��������� " ,  sas?  V;  . .Vpl  The News, Nineteenth Y������4������.  CUMBERLAND  B.C.,  " o'tf.,1  D4V, MAR. Oth,  :9i2  Subscription $i,oo-a. Veak  ���������������.,  tf  The Big Store  WallPaper:  ���������*  WE have thi largest and best  selected, stock ever  shown in this place  in the very latest  spring colorings and  designs. We handle  nothing but the well-  known Stauntdn lines,  the name is a guarantee itself.  Prices frpm 15c to ������L00 per roll  Give.Us a Call and See  Otir Pattern Book.  ^aa^a^^mti^may^maaai^ea  w  FOR  .-AND'   ;."  RANGES  Furniture  GREAT  SLAUGHTER  T  Ik  .^m^Jml.m^*Jmft't        ,_        * r... .     .     ._.       . Mm.  Baths,  Lavatories \  -Plumbing;'  Plumfeing  Supplies  OF MEN'S CLOTHING, HATS,  MEN'S & WOMEN'S BOOTS &  SHOES, ETC/., ,.,������.,.  ��������� ���������  For 10 Days Commencing Pay-Day,  Saturday, Feby. 17.  The CORNER STORE  j. N. MclCOD     GEN'l MERCHANT  .  VVateh our Windows for Prices.  Dun6inuir Avenue  THE CANADIAN BANK  COMMERCE  *Y>  i.  Battle Cryrfor  Clean Ccvcrnmert  ��������� i i  McBride's Administratioii Condemned StToiigly by Delegates Representing AU Ridings iti the. Province  Libwtls are delijjf>kt^d >vitli all :-������}'?���������: . "*"v' "���������'   " *'  ��������� :!    ���������_������ ..:^i:������..���������...\;':������it 'tX.mt'iit   . ri...  thesigiw of vitality wtiich aVe iii  evidence, arid tlie unanimity  which adversity has not dimmed  and the ardour w.hipli ia not damp  ened in the \Taulw of-Mtbe ;;stal  warts from all oyer the province.  wmmmmmm^mtrm^mi i_ i������    i  ��������� ������������������������...���������*��������� ��������� ;vi-/-^i       -7 .  ,...^:^   ^ ,. V  .       ,      \ \ AnrfreW'TlionisoHv-won in  the  .Grand Masquerade Ball will he  given by the.'Cumtoerland Fire  Department in tho ���������Onmberlund.  Hull on Monday -.eveniug, March,  t8th.  tt Till 2ta!W������  straight falls.   Andrew "wra clear  ly too much fojrJiif^ppo^ejit. .,  I   l  a 1  The following 1* quoted  from  the Vancouver Sun;���������  ������������������What is undoubtedly., the  most enthusiastic convention of  Lilwral* everjwsmbled in this  province metyesterday afternoon  in OMlfSen1* Halt to discuss mat  tersof general interest to the par  ty iu British Columbia. The  oiUstandittgv feature of .the re������ol*  utioufl and discussions showed  that if the Liberal represent  tion in Ottawa has 'disappeared  and that in Victoria is at  the v i niching poM  Liberal spirit is still a vk-  Sic ,aud militant forcd' in Jltitish  Columbia,  EnthtwUsm in a marked dc  gree permeated all the pi'oeeed  inga of the first dny of the con  vention,  What the leadors regard as a  most'i encouraging sign of the  - times is, tly<* fact that nil the dele*  ; gat-% many pf wlwm Itaye.twvv  clled hundreds of miles, are here  paying tueir own cxpeuoca, In  contrast with such gather  itigt of their opponents, who us.  ually are composed for a great  shrewdly suspectedlof travelling  at thu public expense,  The fighting spirit is manifest  from every pntt of the proviuce  and the optimism of tlie delu*  igd'ea tlfttf a fubstanti;tl quota,of  J^ibertli will sit in the iifjKt legislature is in evidence   at  all  PLADIK9 W-THB.--IiHlRR.AL  PLATFORM.  Abolition of (h>11 tax.  Exemption of iiijprwem'ttitB on  all lands paying 4������x������s to tlie- pro.  vincial goveriiuiunt.  Rtt.adJu8t������ioiit pf taxation.  Tho raising of thejj exemption  of income Hmita to $2,000.  Provincial dopartmeiit of labor  and troo labor bureau.-  thorough irtspotftlon of all in-  dusitini prdiiiises. *.'  Complote proliibitlort of Cliii  notfolabo(r.  ; A comproWnsivo systoin of in.  dlistrinl insurance.'  Ext������m*io!i of tho scope o| tho  workmon's com pun eat ion act to  .ovor all hazardous oinployu'.onts.  Oompjcto prohibition ol Orion  labor,  A mhiinitiiii Wftgo.nnd uu eight  hour day for governmeut and gov-  ornmont-aidod work,  tiun.odiate construction of tail-  ifayto P������acp riycr, thoislftjd and  tho Interior.  A man named uE'l" Stowo has  boon arrvstod on eubpicioii of ho-  iug tho inurderer of John Kavou,  Tho BuffragettHS aro having a  high old timo in London breaking  glusfl and kicking up the devil  generally. When women go on  tho rampage thoy are woi-bo than  tho men and should ho spanked.  Toronto, March .1���������.After- au  1   i (  illnessexletrdiiig ���������.-aver. live years,  flio Hon. Edward Blake, one time  1 * i  leadei of the Liberal phrty in  Canada and one of the foiomost  jKtliticiuns of tlie day, passed away  at his'residence on Ja'rVis"street  this evening- His death was not  unexpected. Iloltad been growing weaker, and wfta never ex--  peeled to rally.  SIR feDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., O.C.L., President  ���������    ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPtTAlu - iiaooo/Mxr  rest;-.'*. $8jooadbo"  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of TTie, Canadiaa ft^k of Commerce^,will receive ��������� deposits of$i and  upwards, on which interestjs allowed at curfejit rates. ' There is .no  -*���������*-     -    * ������-.    ��������� ��������� '1 ������    ... linif  .lArllnnnr'ttiii    Aartnelt C.������.>11  iiicucir  ������ mi. *&f*t  mi_fK*mt.m.w. w^ <m.������J   %f*.m \y.-^..v   iihhu/.i   */.   wj-hiv tfM.  v.f.f,.       .. juiu..ui  of tWi kind "sftves ^���������jtenseTh.estaBlIshing the ownership of.the ...^..v.  'after deiath, and is esp^ciatl^ -useful when a man desires to'-prov^le for 1 ^j^'Wi  his wife, or for Jothers dependine upon bitn,'in the event of his death.      "'* -'^'  C TJMBB^tLANp. BRANCH. ���������  ..W.T..WHITJS,   Mnnaptp  Miv and Mrs. Tar boll arrived  homo last night from Victoria.  Maroons defeated liluck and  Whiten at football on Sunday af.  toruoou by a score tit.>.-'-2.  > ��������� i * *    ' * ��������� ���������  Georgo Tarbell expocts to leave  for Vancouver oil Wbdiiosday  morning. Ho will return with  h!a new an to.  At a meeting of tiie ConBerva.  tive Association held on Monday  evening, Mr, Maneon by unanimous vote'was''requested to again'  ho a candidate for thU constituency, There was very, strong opposition to the appointment ot  T.-.B; Bate w Returning Oflicor,  he not   being recoin moiwled by,  nor the choice of the association,'  but as Mr, Maiison stntod that it  waa now too  late to make  any  changes, the nppeintiiieut stow).  ,;. ":.; ��������� nqtioe. ��������� *���������  Cowidian will not"''mako -trip  leaving Vancouver on .March 7th.  ��������� Misa Huth Clinton arrived homo  from Vancouver ou .Saturday last,  Until brought the ".Alexandria  Limp",with her.  .       ���������i,   ���������mmtf-....., ^  \> Mrs, llambler, of Philadelphia,  if. S. A., sister of Mr." Cieo, Clinton, arrived hero on Saturday* ���������  Dr. Korr finds it necesMiry i-������  ^stpono his-March ongngomenu  in Courtenay and Cumberland u. -  til April.  A. Stenhouse, of tho Co-opi'ra-  tive liu'tehcr shop is ill at tho h p.  pilal,  The now tipple at No. 7 mli.o  Ib noariug completion, It is an  extensive pieao of work. No. 7  promises to boa btwy place.  ���������tm ���������!��������� I i  ym \wi*.aammitmias-ma  Vancouver-voters will havo lh������  privilege of 'cither riding to tho  M Mansoh, M, P. i\ arrived  in town on Monday from Vic  toria, .  ~��������� ������������������      q- ���������'������������������    *  The output of coal from local  mines for th'o month of February  was 47,1)28 tons*..  Mr. and Mrs. Cloutier are conducting tho boardinghuuse at No.  7,     ���������  ' P. Dimiio loft by Sunday's himt  on a biisiuos.: trip   to  V .ncotm-.r,  i ��������� ��������� i ���������  Geneval Manager Coulaou arrived in town last week, lie wim  accompanied by Mrs, Coulsou.  i'i i. .in: mi m���������i... i !!���������������������������  Arthur.Denton lott for Van-,  couver on Sunday last. Ho im y  visit Kolowua, U. C, whore bu  father and sister resido, before re-  returniug here.  Mifis Kathleen Dowdall loft f ie  Inrhomein Victoria on Wednesday hist.   Dr, Kerr also  left   ly  the sanm boat, ,  .Oyti4Mti*..������i'������.  .���������������   f-,9*c "u ipollu ui Tory   Hutom'Uiietf   mw  vued elevator*. i voting Conservative, or thoy may  No public laud for ���������peculator^1     .....     .  ....  Improved metliods of pro vou  tint? tinil������er w������������te.  mm*  mm  nr  Ladles' Aid of; Grace Metho-  dtit church will hold their ami mil  tittle of work aud supper in the  Cumberland UhII ou WeduoKday  iiflernoua and evnuiug-.of l\*t*.\.  '4Qt& Every prepuraiiuu is lie-  jug made tt^fiwiure sueetw*.  walk to the polls and veto Liber  al,,wait the gist of the meeting of  llm nY/irnitlri"  prnmnittrn    of   the  Vancouver City and DUtrict Lib.  oral Aitfoeiathtii hold in O'Hrlon  Irailon Monday night. It waft  decidotl that no organized campaign, in the accepted neuse of  the term, "otiM he put forward,  and the voter* will uot be ohVcd  even the subtle camjmlgu ci^*r,���������  The Sun.  ,. A������A'AM|i|. WO    JH. UIU.  Feoi.     Lot Ua Fit  Thorn Out Witli a  fair of Xiiose j?o|h  ular New Shoes.  Have You Seeii the  Real New Shoe  ^mmt  pKSIDKS  having the wry  mmJ newest hist!) in a'ti icuihct.i  every pair ol our ahoes are abs-  olutcly sbUil TeathtfrthrougUout.  Mtn'ii t*ft VfllourtJfllt.tllucUar $0.60 ,  M������a'* Vtiour Bly. ou������Ix!oii noln   0 00  mm        . ,    f.      >-,   f,    r������   ...   , .....   ,. *   fin  mmtU,   a   \   U^H.  \>Ulk    Uk\f,mU.>f������ . ��������� , <  .  .     "    V -J  Mon't WwMferd tUlflHaihon.. 6.50  Xmt'e Patent Co!������-Vatt4n II u . 6.50  M������n'i Ton Oatf Kaiton lilu������  6.R0  Woi6������n"ii Patoflt 8 itrap OltpperiO.fiO  Vomin't PaUttt Princosa  8 60  Womtn'n ll'iujk Ooie Pump .... 8,60  Wnmtn'i HUck itomiin Pump 8 60  Womftn'i U ack Voivot Osford 4 00  Vomtn'l  It *ek Vnlvet Huttox 6 00  camIFbISj, bros!  /  Oiinlittr   Hatliftr li  'W tat    Thau Price -  Should Influence  Your Judgment ti  VV .mfktbmk   A UI4 Jam i*.y  Shoes. fcl-IE NEWS, CTTMBE/tLAND, 31 C
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:i--:-
IN THE
BALANCE
By L. G. MOBERLY
Author of
"Dan  and  Another,"  "A  Tangled
Web,"    "Sin  of  Alison  Deer-
Ing,"   etc.,   etc.
WARD.   LOCK   &   CO.,   LIMITED.
London,  Melbourne and   Toronto.
(Continued).
'I lio room in which lhe lawyer found
himself v.-.ii5 destitute nf nil luruituro,
oxeoptint; a small table, one battered-
lookliij; chair, iind u camp bedstead
so old and dilapidated in upp'.'a'���">'���' ''c
(lull no dealer would li * -o ni^ai'ic.*
a sou upon it. In ilila lie*], entVi-.-d
with a ;nl"--'.,i>ilaiu,oii;' col! ���o io-i of ivi-1 ^
lay a man of perhaps fift"i!.'p \l:v. ���"-,
whoso wii'ii-d face bore marks of a
moii.-il di.'-ahi1 ihat waa neurinp: its
civ'!. A ra;-sod, lmtriiniiu'd.heard hid
ilio v.tai; liiouih and chin, hut Hip
scinv (')i-.^ mne a fair indication of
ih-.-" i-ii-k man's character, aw did tho
Ionic taperiii!; finders that pulled at
tho  rasped t:hool.
"You caine. thon" he said, oouph-
ln-4" between each word, "af least, I
suppose you sii-o ilio lawyer?"
v.-liali
refined, v.-lialover liis
;in haw boon, it wan
his early years this
n eiiliiiivd MhTound-
oro Hie slump oj. a
I. mnr-t liave been
:'.lnee  he    led    a
The voie..1 wa:-
l.'ii-r hihtory mi
o -iiVnt  that  in
man 1 ad  lived
inps,   lie  iitill
fjru:-!ile:v-?'i. Hiou,",li i
many *t- loup   day
pee.'ioiunn't. life.
��� I ;r.n Mr. Soame;, 1 i,n-,e Kiiceoed-.d
I-, -Mop. ii-. Dawson's business." wa:; tlio
.".'j.v. r. a.-; Ihe lawyer s-al hinirtell
j .ii. eriy upon th.e ope rickety i hair,
yuui note reached MO-laoj night. i\y
ihe way, how did you come to know
r.iv  pri\ate add-o<"""
'Iho sliorl ol ��� smile dickered oier
t'.u- Mhoi- man',--  ,\oni face.
"Ins   a   llnl.o." ho uimwen il.      "I
loMi-inhevid dial   Dawson and    Dau-
���io.i v. <v -Lhe eld man':- soliiitors: t
liaijj'euoi) :o h<_ar jou hat', taken on tlio
b ;ri ;i"-;-. and  !��o data  apo  the  wo-.
' i.-aj)  who I ri'iaj wo food brought  in
ji. '.<~\n.\ oi now^j-apjr. and Hiei-e I read
'Tlio'-iVoih o ol'. I' "s'lppTis-e. youv daugh-
t.-r'ii,.-n'Oi-nave, p.i-vnis your address.
oil;:   font!" ' -     ,    ,.
T>in  speech, punctuated though it
���lony j.itui-es ami many.paspinRS
for   lv. e.Uli.   .-wnod   to   o\huust'the
| and���I'm sorry.   Hut���if I'm too late
I for myself. I'm too lute for who's
I sot Masmero, then?" he broko off to
i say quickly, trying to drag himself up
' in iho bed as lio uttered tho words.
'; "Sir George's nephew���Sir .Miles���
; succeeded J;im," Mr. Soames answer-
.cd. '-It was believed that you had died
. many yeai s ago.   Your father received
a paper wiU�� tlicnotice of your death;
he neve: doubted the truth of the re-
jporl."
j    "I was supposed to havo been killed
in a row at the mines. 1 remembered
, my death was announced. It never
.seemed worth while to contradict the
j thing, and now I suppose my ^timing
, up will be a bad thing for MIles^Hles
j wasn't a bad chap either���a bit too
j much of a saint for me���no eating of
, husks wiih swine for Miles oh?"-
I    "Would >on like your cousin to- "
J - "Como hero? No, ili.-mU you. .He^
j sides which, I'm noi likely to be hort\
' Tf 1  live through   loiiisht  1  shall, be
��� lucky. I've gone down hill fast ever
, since I lauded;   raeh day I've meant
to gel a loiter sent  lo Masiuere. and
I each day 1 haven't had tho strength.
'��� Hut���yeslui'diiy���1 know���there wasn't
i much   longer���so    I  sent    for    you.
' There's tlio wrong    you . know���the
j wrong" to set  right--and  it must  be
done���it must be done."
: Ills words grow 'hurried and ine.o-
heronI,  his   e>es  were  ununalurally
' bright, and his hands moted ceaselessly along tho lidy sheet.
"What do you mean by the wrong
, being sei  right?" * '
- Mr. Soames tpoko veiv distinctly;
- his lihtoni'i' soeiiud lo he paying scant
: hoo^,. io him.
"1 elieuud her. you see." the ramb-
��� Iip.u voice wont on. "Poor Marlon was
easy ijt deceive���any old fool could
' 'ive done it.   She was really my wife
' all the time. 1 made her think U way
a mink lnuiriiigo. ��� ] didn't wnhV'lo
have her .'Worrying mo-Mil Australia.,
I It wai. all ri.Jit really; and the boy
will be my heir.   Don't, forget    tljat.
| The boVs n^lu'-ir."'
!    "What   boy?"    Tho    lawyer    bent
; ovor the delhieub man. and touched
| his  arm.    "What   boy  is  your  heir?
, Whai  do you mean?"
GILA MONSTERS
The
men'
He
i
fc\iTjsU light  died" for a .mo-, ent a>l
Their Bite is Sometimes Fatal and Al-
1/ ways Dangerous'
. In- a recent issue of the' Scientific
American an article appeared writton
by D. Allen Wiley,, describing the Gila
monster. The statement was made in
tlio article that scientists questioned
whether its bito -was fatally poisonous,
as has been supposed. W. C. Barnes,
of Las Vegas, N.M., claims to know
of two cases, in one of which death
resulted. Mr. Barnes writes as follows:
./'Tho first man was Ja ..Tombstone,
Ariz. The Gila was tied by the leg in
a saloon as a curio, and a drunken
gambler named brown was teasing it.
Ilo earolessly stuck his first two fingers inlo its mouth, which immediately
closed down on them nnd could not?
>><���> released, until the reptile's head
was fill off. lirown suffered horrible
asouv for at most two days and Iu
Kpile of all efforts he died..
The second cniso was In Ihe fall of
1SS0. Waller Vail started from the
winulro llaneh near Benson. Avt/.., 16
ride into (own on horseback, some fifteen miles. A short way from the
ranch a monster was sluggishlv dragging its way across the road. Thinking to lake It inlo a friend, he got
down nnd killed il. or at< least ho
I bought he killed it. .To enrrv it easv,
he--tied, ir on his saddle behind him,
using his saddle siring for the purpose. As he looped along, hn thought,
lo assure himself that it hadn't drop-,
nod off hv. reaching around behind
him wilh his light hand and^lhen feeling for Hie monster. "', "
��� "It was' lh<--re, not"neavlv as dead*
as whnt he thought, liis firsi finger
wen! inlo the reptile's month clean
to the knuckle, and instantly, tho>o
iaws. with the long..sJjhrvT, daggei'iJi.Ue.
teeth closed on Vail'^.fingor. ^Wkh
his loft hand he managed. to"."gT4r^is
knife out nnd out the saddle strfaiKs
and then diss.cc.ted (he InSkI and Jaws
to get his finger from their grip.- I.-
"Vail then, spurred hi^ -horse ln}o
Benson and,- found...au engine; ini.lljc
yards.    'A  ljjistv o'\^h'aiH\e ���; of;/iele-
rdiiiH wiih^Hip. di.t-ibi-on'snperi'n**'fW.-,
Tucson took- pl|iaye��"aild i!^.;!
OnJy^One for .Breakfast - i.-
The egg of the gigantic,extinct bird
aepyornis, of South Madagascar, has
a capacity Qf .two. gallons, ov X60 times
that of a' hen's ogg." Tho shell is 1-8
inch thick, lengthwlso it is 32 Inches
In circumference and it measures 25
inches arqund ,tho middle. ��� Though
termed a fossil egg it is not petrified,
but U is in perfect'condition, unbroken and has a ycljow. color., The.con-
touts have turned into a fine dust,
which coines, out. wjien handlejU.
through a small, natural perforation
on one", side ., The aopyon\is like the
moa of- Now.-Eealniul, *.vasrextei��mijiat-
ed by tho hand of man. A few coft'tur-
ies ago, it was quite abundant. "Several inqompJeto fftgsil remains liave
been-dfeo^yoscd, but'no complete skeleton liB*q_s*yct beon found. These
show tl^cj. bii-^l Ma3 three-toed, of mas-
slvo prQiMK'tlon ami sh.ort-wiuged. Tho
Madagasc'aI-'.natives have for many
years used (ho groat egg shell for Various household purposes. In fact, tho
first knowledge .of I hose eggs becamo
known' when some Madagascar natives came to U^ Mauritius to buy.
rum, bringing tho nopyornls eggs with
them to hold the liquor. Only three
or four of these huge eggs have been
brought into civilization.
v.-
���f a.-. %y
ijiit of Iho other's eyes, ho fUod .  _	
���ii iipon the iaw\er with a look of; racing over the -road to 'Tui'sop-jvliere
eniiie t.tnily and consciousness.. . \ltn .cminonl surgeon, resided 'atZ.hni
'���Whv���I mean���my son���I've gof a i time, Vail fry at .deaHi's door"fl'r
sen. Pie wroiwd him all these yeaTt-,' i\VO nwul-.s, and (hat 'finger toda.yWs
but he is my own lawful son���and my I u<-,cMc��s from tho effect of the'bile'.'*' ,
heir--the heir  to  Masmere and  the  r,io bite. "    '    '  :. .   "--'*^-v  -"  " ���',!!.���
old title.   I want you to right my son���j ���"    . ���-���-...". ���.'.'.��� - ���.';." ]]'
that's why 1 scut for you, to see thai J ;      Llne3l Dcscer* '*"''"'
iny  son  gei'sjiis rights.    You  must |    An En^itiiv-i\n applSed to the Ile-
riglit my son. - ' aid's college fo- a coat of arms.     In
(Io do Continued i j sl]Pl, ., coso i(_ Il3 pioa^,-,, (o 1)0 a]l]e
 .__.        . , t0 i,orrow onc fx-oj-H a cele^rateil'jj.ir-
John D.'c New Garde.-i ' oestor. I Tho nVnn in question could y'bt
John 1J. Koc kel'eller is itew living at . romcmboP^ftuythiug about bis  grerit
his estate nl Tarryto\Mt. N.Y
has been his fall-'and bpj/ing home
new
Other Fellow's View Point -
- When Attorney-General WJ[ckeriiam
was a plain, everyday citizen and lived
in Tenth Street near l^fihXVvouue,
^JeW Yqj-Ic, ^i,.few, years ���ngo. '(ho ydo
of immigration, was already beginning
to flow in tbat direction. In consequence, It ,\vus a rough cro>viT of bovs
of nil nationalities jHiat g.i^ered about
the cm-b'4o-play-their street gaiuclM
Master Wiekerham was frequently
admonished by his mother to avoid
the neighborhood loughs. ..Jln one'oc
cnslon she ey'ipha^i'/.cd heij remarks
by saying-.;    ,'    '������'���''������',
"You know wkji I., m'oaii;" so, play
along with the hoys whos.) fathers are
gentlemen." '   .
The speech made, quite an impression on the lad.   A.fctfv.days-hilar ho
entered the library;.where liis .mothor i
was   entertaining" guests,   i-.i-cvii war:-
ied by a dirty iink<y\ipf liti o Italian.
"See, moiher!"-' he "prt-.'.'ii'i.^l .'n:-
iimj)ha-ntly. "I've brought Tonv hcyne
to play with
&��
saejac
R#i
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We
>l
are only istyte osi^s, bat we know 2am-
Buk eased our paiiimnd <jb^re)l our sores. Perhaps it would cure you, too, if you traed it?*'
hilt r fow days' treatment with this
liftlm' gbye hor^caso'.   Tkep, tho
sores'-began,to heal, aid W^ con- ,\
tinned  tho Zam-Iiuk treatment.
In a short tirrie sho wns'quite lioa]e4
/'^\1y littloboy sustained a-eevi-
ous scald en tho'iiccfc.-'-It) selrup
a Lad soro^nnd quite a'fow tliingb
we tried, tailed to Ue&l it or give |
htm. ease.    Onco moro. wo turned
to i_am-Buk,  and w<f jfrero not
"<]ajjAiJj)ointod.     Iti   acted   like a-
cliarin in drawing a-wajp -the pain, |
and soon liealcd tho \-found."
'Isn't thia sound advico from
,fbal)wTand sucklings"?   Tnko if!
Tho Bpoakers we iho.nuhildi'on. <jif
Mi's. E. Webster, of Seigneurs St.,
Montreal, and the mother adds
woight to their appeal.   She says-:
,'fMy; lijfctle.girl contractedkfi^vlp.
'disojjseat/whoQl.   Bad gatherings*
forme^'aUovcih'or'.hoad^MVnot
only, caused tho child acuto pain ]
but amVe-'hcr very!ill!��� 'Tho idrfirf'
discharge^, and oecttrring^ on the
ecalp w������iarctV',_li*i,wduld  lo^'��'
all her hair.;,, Sho was in a pitiable
plight wfcon wo 'tried TZain-Bxw,
I
(her wa?
- was " ''
mo.
c,Vt-
rj^'"
I asked hjm if his
! -exan, in J jie t,aid
"Effie."  f$}t\ thor^tinml- ^kl'shland
ver, "1 wad kiss ye. iTul I'm feart
:lo
ye wadea
lot me."
She blushed as .-red as The* [snnstot,
IjuI did not answer. '
"Kllie." he repealed timidly, a iytic
ia'er 1 ��:aid 1 wad kiss ve, but J^n
f,'arR-e*4v;ultm lot ���"lite.-.:'
.0 the ihii;d>i4^)eiJrton-r.ho'-Rskt*-d:
"J:<lo  yo  mir�� David, yesterday,'''- I
siici.'.er.   His eyes closed and hiu face   _  ._  __. ....,	
ri-ovv so iin'KMt in..<olor that.., ^Ir. j ten years, bill his wefutleri'til new ' whhdi could be used as the basis of a
Scales Khr.icrd around the room, in | gardens there have hi tit been complet-' cp:l1 of !U'"!S- p,ul 'lle official to
some alarm. ��� ��._    | ed. after four"years5 woVk^.^rhey set | whom he apptiod was nol  easily dii,-
l)nr  ihe sick man's    eyes    opened | a new'.standard for ibis sort''of ihiup,   conraiiod
JLSain   before  the  other _co_uld _c:tTry_j_iii_ ^America.    _They   contain   eloclric-'    r..^0^0}'   (^n(>_so��'ietIiinK:.your-
\un"i':isTiiTei)HoTi"br��.-;oihg"to tho doorlTiglitcd fotmialus' Groek" tQinplesrelai-";^'''-!'"  i'T"713''���-,    " i_ '  " ""*"
piuI ,<ailing somebody. 1 sio nitd cosih btat'utarv. and old world ' ^"^O'binji. 1 Mir,   r.aid-the man, ad-
"ffu���all���rushi."   he   ".a^nr-d.   "1��� | nooku and aroifsqiio lobyriftlhs where   U1P" !IS fl nalhenc antithesis that once,
net bouts--like Ihis���bul���I don't be-; slranso ^it'blp beasts spout,fire, from
H'tiivi out-till���]'\e���set���| their nostrils and eyes.    "'   ,,
i    One detail of the gardens of which
your note that-j Hie -oil  kins is specially proud   i�� a
Ihe name you   row of. oianue frees unsiii--|)asso(l for
j sixe and perfeuion.    Tlh'se fi,t.(.^i sue
bis j four hundred years    old    and    weio
| brought over from Kianoe a I innnen.so
, Zain-Bu.U is "som6tUi9g.cliflcrcnt>!> in,tJii; .way of bahi!3.   Il-ip"1!
containsp^werfulheiUlrfghorl-ialo-.scnoes'jVhidip'uriHoonajapplieil    Ipr
to skin diaoascs, kill oQthq.gcrm8and oud tho n.iinfultnmi-cnij;.
Othdr os';tja<!o�� cmitftijiod'-Ml Zjun-lhilf .so^Blonijur^o the colte tliat
new healthy tissue is opeeclily foruied".' Eratraa, i'tuh, ulcers cold
F,orors'ialj3Co^se.sfe3t,ci[-iuKSpi.'05, blood.poi��(Ji)ing,,cln'0'.i!(;wouiula,
cold iiVolsa/ttcaro Btialed'ttiid em'oci in illis-w.iy.    Ueo i��. for all j i^iau ,
ckin injuries lyid diuca^ei. It ia alf 0 of great Berv\ce for pUes. All {fyep,'
F^EE BOX
.ScnjJ uolecnti
sJiunj} for post-
_.., .r--..-.-;-���,. -t    (igrc,did tt�� will
old em'oci in Illis-w.iy.    Ueo i��. for iill j iijmU jtrial  box
,    . Liaalgo of great service for piles. Alljfecp, J Mention
driiegists.|jpfl,sloros alp 5p cnntslJosJUJ-fj&t-pi'^l; Co., Toronto. I \',\\i
i rvipcr.
S^!'J_M_rMl
evee? H&ME NEEDS irf
TllIs>! grand parents, and theivforo, could nol j t>0ulO:ia li��iva .bag of- poulAswu intac
?forr!"C"V.0^."n/,.aph_,:\omc?.1. ,by . t1l?m'the oairt an' ye lifi'od ihcm'i'or me?".
"Oh, aye," ho replied. ,-    -' ��-. ��������� ; ��.-*    .  .-.. .jr ���,��;, ^ : i"."'�� v.'iv-
'Woel. ihat' shows. .David,"- elie>�� rrom hvo condensed milk boxes a , ""^ . 'mflvin^r*iiVi9
miii-Liiured. "that ve're far atron��5er "v*Jl11 cabinet holdingt-Jain ^ontaiitin^/PV^'y."*5:/]1" SM��*'
ihan mo" '    ' |>spices, sugar, bait and dry groceries.is-L^rPl* "libM^V10 f
-;.v. r      Made  From  Boxes.
���1 ajl'aiiy hs<S;u1 .'jrticlesj'i'oj- iife-l.itcho'n
;c:ui- he made with ordinary ivuouen
'.boxes such as you can obt-iiu l.i-om.any
'grocery. y'; m,\   '    ' '     ">' *
smiled,
ilevo���I'm t^ohi'j, out���till���l'\e
a wroiu; rla'ut."
"I i!iid6rstand fion
your real name is���not
aro known by hero'.'"
The   man   in   ihe   bed
voice was Ktronsor.
"Oh! Oeorre Scmors is nol my
name. I'm Gooi'ko Hernesley rw;ht
enouRli���I hero will he no dirficulfy
about idonfUiiU', ino, 01 en if ih" old
iran  still diso'Mis me,"
About Iho wolds and (one lhei;o was
n flii-prtiicy whir-h nfrended Mr.
Kciainos' not o\er faslldiouii tns(i>. fie
looked down at (he weitk, wrecklosB
face with a sudden seiisjc of rcpiiR
naiif-o.
"The���old- ma.n?" ho Questioned
slowly.
"Voii���yes--my fallu-r, Sir Oornc
llonic'dcy���you don't doubt timi what
t say is Iriie, do vou'.' I'm a dylnp;
man���1 have no object now In lyln.u.
Tarn Rir Oeorge HorncHloy's oon rlwlit.
/���naiiRh���Iho prndl^nl son���come homo
too lute to enloy llio fatted calf."
"Mul*. your fafhei "
"Oh, I know my .fa tli or kicked, nie
out thirly years and more ngo l.n my
tini-eK.-iH'i-Hle youth, I don't lirofoss to
bo roncnorale now, but when 1 found
I wriKii'l i','oln(;; to live, I flio'ushf I'd sot
riiilit the wrons. and porlinim Iho old
1111111 will he ready fo welcome a ,prod-
I uni whoso liuskn have killed hlui."
���'But your father."' Mv. Soames .began unnin, only to b;.' infori'iiplod.
"Ves, I know he's a hard mini. Tlial'-i
why I dldn'l "mo KtraUtht lo M.iHin-iro.
I only landed from Aunlnilln 'i fori-
nii;iii anu and since then I've boon too
111 l-o do anything, nnd'now l'v,.�� seal
ior you hi'oauKo l thoiinht. .nai'il toil
my father---ami help 1110 undo the
v.Tnn*:* I did. Von roe. shion I've bent
111, I keep ou ililiikln.O; about ilio l*��oy.
The boy's rlnlilK lii'o more-���--"
���I doii'i think ilinl you ciulto li.ider
1!'
t
h-ivinj; been locked in Ludgate prison
for debt, he Jiad found means to es-.
cape'from-an upper window. ���
���'And how did ynu pet down?" <- -
1 sot a cord, fixed around tlio ne< k
of Kins; Ltide's slnlue, and let invsob'
dowu." ; -., -,      ,.-���
"Jiir-t the tiling. There you ha\e it
���honor onoiipli. Llnoally doscctitled
from Kino; f^ude. Tils coal of arms is
'.*oo(l enough "'for you."    ' ' ,1'     ' :;'  ,
eost.    The.y. wore  boupht- at-am'ion '
from a 11 old l^rench ehaleati, llxvl'o'-k-1
efellor iirpuI outhi(l(Jinn a reproMOiiia-1 	
ti\e of the I'Yenoh 1 ���.<"!<   of .ll>- l.'oth-i        , o'v'tt. ,'���   ,. ,   ,.    .       '
ohilds for    them.      TH-    Kookofoller! Primitive   Ideas  cf   Hygi-no
a-^ul-.bid -on. the first  Iiv.ihiHI'the .    1,iU(1" ainbassadoir, once   son I
pric-e  soared up (0    a  polnl    which I I'-mdand by 11 naihe prlnep were
laused  Iho  Frenohiiian  fo iliop out. ' hiirdeil as so'pollule<l that on thoir
'J'hon the Amorieau oooll\ anuouiTeed
dial  he would  Ink/* tho whole lot  al
the snmo figure.  'Thoy wero taken up
with caro and shipped across the Atlantic. -.-   -    .     .
Rcconnoitered !"
Mamma wasdressiiu;'when 17-yoni'-.
<?)ll Freddy bufsi into tlie room with a
loud "lioo!"' '���"���      " "'"'" *"'" '���' ,_ '���".
to
re-
re-
luri,i to India npthlnj; but. hohiK, born
again would pu'rlfv theni.' and thoy
were nccordinuly draHgod throu.';h li
f,old imano of Ihe saerod Yonl, A
writer dpscrllifi-' ii eurlvtis cusl01.11 of
the Hni,plfp*,iii l^onth'Africa. A ' few
���ilu^'iViilfiQi'i Hm>. dejtl.h- of. ,a iii/in��.'lhc
doolo.r coiner, and makes an incision
on ..tliVirfcJMiheatl .nf��� each of the '.��\i'v\ ||v-
3jip;.ro\iitivOK u'Hil..filla.il*. 'w,lth. niedh-Jyo
lo 'ward off'lhe Voutiiv-'lon' iind 'fh'o'!(\f'
"Xow.   Harold,", said   the  teacher,
"if  there-wero  eleven  sheep  in. the
field and six iuinped  llio fence how
nialiy would there be left.        & ��� -1
'-"Mono"," "replieil Thirold: ���     -*--'-."
'���\\'hy, there would."'said she. '     "<
'"No, 'ma'ituffiiere   wouldn't,"   pe---
sisted ho.    '.'You may know ari-"-.:rio-
tic, but you don't know-' sheep." '
An Eye for Busin'tss.
Younn Dottlor'R.^AYitrnrl've .hqjfn
thinking, dear, that nerhaps we'd be
wlfii; to invest hi a""Mi.'ifTiift dish, and'
in vile' ihi'.nriih'Dorrt 'i.i Q'cca^iouaili \-,
!l[t\i" a Wol--.ii i,ircbit.���.]tid{;e. .    '
i tuuuu iu uie  uo.\, OIUOOIU
wij^. san^toper,    paint   it
3inb\pretty light-color; at-
the\wall  by nails driven
'. "Whjv.KrediliO! deaiNV><>K),K)Hl-iU<lii.ed.-1^��|...pJ'.^J^ppt:rycy ol'Ici'iOija .d^iljh',
she, "you mustn't, open ,my door���w,it)i- j fjelanA ealls a flop tion lo :i'ciisto'm 1,,^
out, knookinn?   l mifA-ht'n't* hnvo boon! t-nlitue-.-ni'odlc-ine <cfri the.', ���thtvftliit>ljl:J!n
out, knnekinn'?   1 mii-vlitn't hnvo been-
dresHiul al all!" <��� ��� r' 'v, ���;-'���'���
lis was all rljihl!" said Erod-
loo.kdd  through the keyhole
"Oh,
die. '
��� fiwl."'
i11
<-iilitl;i,tt'.,-ni'od!c-ine ,cfri
IV
the 'llii'-eshoh
Its freely
in an
, A  Guoplcion ii'
"I declare,"''Said Mini, Cunirox/Vi'l'ler
making a rcniiuj,j)|' eiijls, all tlieiio hut-
let's -'must, have, umpired baseball
Mimes." ���     ���'' ""'.-'���'
"nni.olllo?'' -    ,.,,   ,   .-,, ..-
"Ko. Polite, bill*, positive. ''Thoy
noon to have /wllen into tho'linbli
of saying everybody is out,"
in dies wirlf
*iup; in thi
,oj', throw ij
hi     i' .1 .'      .        I
,1 ��� ..Reversal to Typo. > --J
"Khe claims that her ansceslors stood
torluiliiR  with  red hot  pinccYs.-"^'' ���
"I believe it.   She can wear ,shpes
threo sizes too .small and look happy."
-���-Harper's Huzaar.-- ���     ��� ��
1.        v.���..r���r .,       . ._,   ?i
"Look here," remarked the thrifty
i\ian lo;Miji\ffl5ti'av^ft'itH!ii>yi1fe,.."you,fe
earrylns too, much rail, my lailyi.j'ln-
���djooiiOl, :'v she. S'Ptoj^iPjWiiiil.vtto't^jEicQ
why you should bother nbout. that."
"Well, Ijliiiilri^fl^uld'srA'ce l lmvo
<^notvh.oiiM}eir1"ia- _Tdfled by iltl(iii,g .f^-'n'
piece-of *l^e Jith haj'f wil>v. bet\y^��- t^c
Cop "and tlio canlro of the box. Smooth
the wpod "wi; '
���^.iliile or som"
ljlQll     it     tO     Ulv-i   ......     ���j      ......c    ..n.r-,.
thjibtiRlKtlie bgplMiearitliiio tgip.and you
have "a1 roitveiHont pli^a.Ifor^ vhrioim*
kiUhen'CAmmodltics.��,.'r v .   ,   ,.
By romovlw. two sides of a soapbox
and^Ui^JI^^ in'thft ho'y jtsqlf 2%
inches Jrojp tho top aud bottom, a'
haifay, Volh^tpiSor*ioncrt'-racl* J,s- made"
.fifV'^B^kwjf ���BivatifySin^ll .article.R., as-���the
cloclc' cookbooKs"K 11111101108," eYc."
1 A -rack fdr-Mtf:henlinlyes>,fQi:lf,S',jii3d
spoons in nia-tlc in the same way, only}
having t'ho',U>j').-.fih'elf ,|ih'i-ppd '��� \vJth'"n ���
I'o^Vl of,. JUiuw'' h'oJo^.two iychos :a]jnr1j
tlie.leujftll M'^t'hB^ht|lf-iln1d -the'ede'e
oj-.K- no.<��!i��J ,^iflih;U?Ho, fjflVf}���'8,10^8
jone. iiuurUT, of nn inch wide. 'Plates
cnn" bo lcdpt'on tlfo bottom* Hholf.
��� tovmiSo'.lho.i wind. '':>"������'��� '���
-^���.j.._,���
f'r'i\l\rik>/iic.
'..���1.htvft]iit>ljpJ!ijJv,,'';'.',,������.'.,,..-.""T,,. ; ., ....-,-
nnolont Tiisoanv, the hleu.'^eiiv- ibtiK' "  -"'Por<l|ftri-'G**f"B-.' -'*>
     Vd':wnH-lJiVn>lir{iMlii>l?4l	
iween tho ouler worhli^ow.<r^JJ",>urt��5* .pniiscr, lierc'ti 11 7lif\v1,.wlj6.4o,,k1jr-'iwiy"
roam, -lfn person dloa wliH^etf&orrtmh1' 'l'ncKtflbV/     U(lli;^-..-f1io
I-IhM M>��.4MSh"^v**+'*k+4t
hut must   ba , destroyed   .or   lhv	
ii'wiiy" iis-1 well- aHi-MrilWl!l!?W'Vliiili' hiu)
].cj))*iie ���inloj-.tjojiUutl. ^W^ilk^jly^t.^^1.
'I.-
5'.v.A��sl��tIuit'iJiispjwteijii-Saj.'ia^li':- Ap.
"ti n *Ili(ly4lwlio.soMk1d'  IkI:
sketl one u'lii ol iiiiother.   "Not 1; 1
^
ReC'Inblcf-'StjatiRa ,JilJvlM7-.<- ,
; ���. .Ti-a^'lilJiiR .t'lWjIQH./lWillUHnpH^e,,iii'
'a I'lpii W "six Inches In iti a m o"t or "a l-o
! UmurUAh .��)ii��:idn,'. Wi)j!ii(iftUUrUu>iJ.(i
ion 11 floor or othor level siiirJ'nee. v.(lh-
in 'tis If or (iVi'.'v iVrWMo ifiwiliervj
want iii'iii'iiHri",\vflSH'iiT<nifpry. "Yo��; i
fj!i,o!ild tli|nU.i,��),'/ suljUIVGjI/iMpPiiltf
""!' yiliC dDu't  vvaii't tt*'-nSivriT- for'
&,
���)?W-'5%
xittuni J
���:.W
on
h1iik1(:
XUjht Wrflp,a-'"  ���'���"'���
_.,:v:!tJti'.i,��.,,W
-   Not Aivliwcuter,
. , ,   .      ���,,,,.,    ., , ..-�����n��'^����lti'iw^/j����4it'MKiiii��iMo ..,
ivarrl a co 11 i*jliMl centre nml. II) -j-n Jo ����������� |''^W f an "VViiH*Wll��KvUW .Ui.ildVif'
woi-o .110 ,jo\v,ijlri,nj-nnwti.ilfj'jir-.r-lviKidl'd...HfunH^J^lcl'! ol��v<{R/w;i In! it
Hon  writer of the lu,M''o.lne   "save" Ji . ���f.K)���    ,\" nliifjle stone roijiovoil, in.; fY!;i'r
'     "       " "'    'dlHlWil^WHteiinrn^lfWt,^,   ,I'
need
an
w- mf'tfiiwpii wriitiiniW-
serliit. .        '' ' i
I
my
fatlui  at) on
hnd no hows of your father for noun
tlmo""
"Il's  over  thirty
hoard of lilm.    lint
uii:ic and nu'a Uiu
In Hie Hiime iimove, year In and year
oiil,    1   iluii't Kiipposo    anyililUK    Ih
much ehiiiiKod���oxcoplliin Ilinl Its, Ull
prow -. oldi'i'?"
Mr. rioiiines clofiicd his thioitt,
II Hcoinod lo him the IiohI way
, fuel  HiiH oonHiry, rollc^i^^i^l^^^lV^^^i^^ii^i^H^''
! bed as early as thev used to.   In most ' bon��>ui (Tniieso thalllio 1WII11M mIii
vein'*  tilnce  T.vo f of tlielionue'rf ulouft the tvii.^iWj* Miin : ��n- fmiml.      ho, 011110 lor the Htnu;
lilncoH like Mas-  w-crV-biiniini;-, Und  it  wAs',W.Vk iv h'oiiducl of I hose stones   h dotihtl
u',.](K.]f  .   ... n. ��..*   ) in ho found In the nialorlal of wb
i '        ,.  ,',*.       (   j Ihey are composed, Which appears
.f'^kComiotAir^.s.'       j.:j'i,.l'V^ <""ii"^'^iiiietic,lron or.
AnxioiwWhH.in^'.-���1- FnyrriTt"Troici'j **'
j mail, is tblii.l)i��t��!. wilHiitup or down?*   I      . .       ,. ,    .
1 )eckhatid',---\Vel)^. idie'ti a leuUy. i.Jd (��, Pi?S .,.u^u?|4>^i;'
"fltiih, muni.-'Mn*p-fthmttil-ii't*wrvmH��r-"lf-nt��j
|U'
ii:~--'^
The Sea Serpent Exposed       $\'���
-...Tl^e m>��tevy'-'pr..tl'ifiK^k,js*M)ent lifts
apparently beeif scflVeilj!iy PaiA. Jarcfe
Schmidt,
made.
master of the Dutch steaj*
JRhip-Oluirfoi.,;. pt UioAterdani.    As jjjfi..'
m:Ifttcr''ihftrin-er*liV9fipeiit somo ti'^:k>
e denizens.of thte"
...    .,     ,,     and Indian oceans',
a'sweffas Hie Atlantic, he_has_arn\Jtib'|]j
-.says o.f his eoiy.lusjo.us:.,,,.., _ '_.* $..
���" i'U-.sya's pur ^fwyfoHuufc w-IohseivrjQ
���such 'a- blK'flsh.-MiiPft'fthd ft'ldiifeth St
about fitlO to (iOO'fee;, on our .lournwr
to HAo.^'niUx(l Slates qn,.\uly US. Mo
fail continually heat'the water sevearf
feet hip.b, and its' head which appc%R^
o,u:,:tiie ���,aurt(fi.i��'.-'o*6ry< fc,\y,^ijnrtK?fl(
threw ni"o,,lfflTt1T*"*fa'ii* awa^'T'*-* oilr
course-wthf right-, on- to .t.ho^jyi^ei^
and whon we wei;s about fifty feet-
away from It wt/pshotiMit ^t (wU,^/aJ '
..small cannon, ah\l -hityC *righWd&tSrWl
n>Uldle���0f die Uody. ��� >Jf>
'}��� Vri^t|il0bvl^vorpSjllte|sia red .Tho
eiant fish then cut It self "up inlo four
parts and swam awny Indian style
. j-FitivigtiTifi^auK jtincl ��� covoi; Jtojdoj's
miiko a .wSlI$nfat.��,pm&'Avindow' elaiSs,
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'*? l!'*'7^i'^:���������^'*'',^^'^'>'f^?V^*^\'-'5*l^/ *}.f'**^?*}$���������''?>'���������i*-'*'l"l:?y '1 >*-V'.J/"vV^-'-^"4.'^'v vV,-".'.. ��������� --..*���������%"��������� *. 'iw'j.y\.������.,1V ��������� f1" ^i'-'f-'Hv':  .y ~.i> j ^  ?  4?*V"->  ''^.''n'1'' ,;'  ~t\     llif*   '-*���������!-������'  ^  P  f  THE NEWS. CUMBTCRLAXD, B. C.  H. LNIGHTINGALE  Stock Broker^ and Financial Agent  Investments aiid Loans Negotiated  33 MELINDA STREET, TORONTO  Somebody Sat on It  An elderly man from the country,  .\ Repenting at Leisure . *      *  Agnes,was'.a littlo. lot of ft^o wait  curly-flaxen hair, chlaaliko complex-  iou���������anda"will of hov own.  Sho had been ill-advised,'not to say  elibe'ratcly naughty, at the 'dinner-  table, and mamma had dismissed her  jto her'bed-room, to remain" in" durance  vile until shoiShould ox-pvess duo contrition for her behaviour. - ;  Agnes'cheerfully obeyed the parental order, and showed no-spirit of're-'  pentenco at-tho end'of tho first quar-  !  it  I?*  Intention purchasing some furntluro.ltor of an hour,  . "',,",  v&������V.������������,in,'i *'r>"t'nA .������iiv tn'nnV liii ������kil    " When' thirty minutes* had elapsed  vtnocceded_to tuo clly to PutJ������8__8^������  mainma'called    from   an   adjoihin.  ft  n  i,  (tf  > ���������>,  K  i  i!  for bargaining,to the tost. On entering a slio'p ho found himself confronted by. a Jew. After, turning over the-  >Tq,w'u stock, the-lold man purchased a  chaii\   '      . --������K:- -.i-   n. - '  ,/A few days later the purchaser ro-  lurned to tho shop again. with Iho  chair in about half a dozen pieces. The  Jew, looked at {.hem very gravely) aud  examined thoin till over, then, suddenly  exclaimed: "Ah;*my front, mo seo vat  Ib dor mat ter; somebody * has been  Bitting on it."  In Dread  of Piles  ��������� Many believe that nothing short of  the surgeon's knife'will effect cure.  . They do not know  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  The'agony caused by- tho   intense  .itching, tho depressing and debilitating erfoct on tho system, the dread  ��������� lest a  surgical operation might .bo.  necessary���������these are tho things which  mako" piles or hemorrhoids so distress-  lug- .. '  Tho doctors havo been recommend;  ing surgical'operations as-the' only  cure.  Rut the surgical operation', with  ./all its dangers and expense and pain,  ' iocs not usually effect a lasting cute.  ' '"Many a case has been cured by Dr.  Chase's, Ointment after the surgical  operatioft^had failed.   Hero is a case  which doctors gavj up.            ;,    ".-.>.  "'Mr. .1. MaweivHoden, Man., writes:  ������������������"Dr. Chase's pintment is a wonderful preparation".   I had-Itching-piles  tor over six   years   and   though   1  .'tried two doctors' prescriptions and  ���������'used many othor preparations could  ' not oblaln much benefit. "The doctor  told mo thero was no cure for me, and  ��������� that I would- havo to undergo' an op-  ' ������ration.  :��������� "I bought.a box of Dr. Chase's Ointment and was completely cured in  one.week.   As tbis was six months  ! ngo and thero Jias been no return of  ,;t'he. old .(rouble,-] believe that the cure  .-Is a permanent one" ���������  ;'s .Ono thlnp; certain "Dr. Chase's Ojnt-  - i-jraeut will bring you "relief .from the  -iidreauful-iiching--and-bui-ning>im6st  :rai> ������soon" as applied.-     --���������;--������������������   .     v  '-- To make the uure,thorouglr.and lasting- it,is.,.only .necessary for..you to  'keep up. the tfroatittent regularly" and  1 . porsfstently.' Don't be satisfied' with  ipeliof.   Dr.* Chase's Ointment will curo  Completely ,J.f���������}'10u,w.ill ,do your part.  \10 cents fi box, at all dealers, or Ed-  ���������Sanson, Batos & Co., Limited, Tor-  OTjtO������ ,-''. ��������� ,  '���������;" '���������  ' * "D'ocTdr.���������Yos, the'   symptoms    are  " .;V.ery sorloita.   You must go 19 bed at  '.^tp,; and I'll'call'aud seo you twice  'ji clay.  Patlonl.~In .that 'case, it's lucky I  Joined the club last week.  Doctor.���������A club case!    Good gracious!   Why didn't you eay so?   Take  , a penny worth of Kpnom salts; you'll  bo all .right tomorrow."  MnKlBtralc.���������Wliy did you stviko this  mnn?  Dofendalit.���������What would . you do,  jrouv worship,- If you kopt-a '^gvooory  shop and ii man camo .In nud asked if  ho", could tnko a moving picture-,.of  yotiv choose?   ��������������� ���������     -    ���������   '  _    ��������� ;-'L"'-  ' ���������'.   *.*'-.- . '��������� "' '���������'  Isaacstel-n,���������TyOB'llrod ot life;' "Off  IW< sonic poison; nnd bo 1 vlll kill m'olri-  nelf. " ���������.'*'���������      . - '���������    '������������������   ������������������:  Chemist     (jocularly") .���������All    right.  What do you wunt���������arsenic or strychnine?  Isuacutela���������Vlch voo dor choapost?  BUY  COCKSHUTT DRILLS  Call and let us explain our special Anti-Sagging,  Anti-Friction and Accurate  Sowing -features.  CRICULTURM  IMPliMENfSI  Learn of the Cat  , In.tho study of aviation the flying  men have -neglected the. scientific,investigation" of the anatomical arid muscular ��������� structure of the domestic cat,~  Although'there aro fewer-falls from  the clouds,than there were���������in proportion to the number of airmen���������it  would bo very.useful to know how to  leavo an aeroplane" hurriedly in mld-  } nir and effect a comfortable contact  with mother cuvth. The.common or  household cat ltnows how" to do it.  Quito an ordinary untrained pussy was  ,tho other day polled on,a third story I  win'dowslll admiring a sparrow, and,*  trying to follow it, sho foil Into tho  street. Hastily, and with tears, one  of the women folk employed at tho  shop rushed down stairs to pick up the  remains. * Sho found tho cat unhurt,  looking pathetically up at tho distant  window-, aud wouderiug how on earth  sho wasjo get back. Such a faculty  of- descent.'.should be practiced by  overy aspirant for the certificate of  the pilot atJalor.  nig  room:  - ''Agnes, dearie; aren't you sorry?"  ' There was no reply from the clark-  nertS",beyond,  Ten minutes later the question was  repealed. Hack canto; tho reply in tho  patient dignity, and childish treble of  flvo summers:  "Mamma, please -don't ask me any  nj^re. I'll como and lot you know wheu  I'm '.sorry." ��������� < . .  Expressive Shoe*  Some persons llko one sort of shoe  and some another, but the kind \yhloh  was desired by Pierre, a French-Canadian, litis never enjoyed a wide popularity.  "Shoes for Sunday," Pierre stated  to, the young man who advanced to  meet him as ho entered the saleroom  of the big shoo factory.  Ho then sat down on ono of the rtfd  plush seals and allowod the salesman (    ^^ ^  fo inert his feet in a pair of bright yel-; s(olmu.h jg'uie "workshop oi the vital  low. shoes. When-'thoy-wero'fu >'ly;������n | fimcubns and when'U gets out of or-.  Pierre stood, moved his feet this way 1 d^r lhe ,wll0]e SVstem clogs in sym-  and. that, took a few steps, and shak-,ipalhj,    The p-pivit-flags,   tho   mind  droops ami, work becomes Impossible.  Tho first caro should bo to restore  healthful action of tho stomach and  tho best preparation for that purpose  is I'armelce's Vegetable Pills. General uso for years has won thetn^ a  leading place" in medicine. A trial  will attest their value.  ing'his head, sat down'again.  "What's the matter?" asked the  salesman, "do' they ���������"hur't -you? Are  they too tight?" . .  .. Picrro shook, his head -violently.  "She no tight," he said, "but also  she no talk. Shoes for Sunday must  talk,' all'tho way up in church for to  soun' stylish, see?"  ' With a Good Scotch Tongue  A Scotch -tourist wandering about-  tho. streets of Tails some distance  from his hotel, found himself in a  maze from which he could not escape,  and, to mako. things worse, ho failed,  through ignorance of the language, to  get any light tb guide him homeward.  Then-a happy thought struck him. By  dint of signs ho concluded a bargain  with a fruit hawker for a basketful of  gooseberries, and thou, to tho.amazement'of everybody, he went about  shouting. "Fine Scqtch ��������� grozers, a  penny a'pun, a penny a pun!"  This wont on for a while fill a fellow countryman rushed forward to  lilm . aiid, seizing bim roughly by the  shoulder, asked���������"Mop, d'ye think ye,  are in the 'streets* o\ Glesca, that ye  gang aboot crying like a madman?"  "Eh!" he replied, with va.sense of  relief. ."Ye're just the roan Lwis look-  ing���������foiv-,--D_'ye^-_keni_then_V.wa-y__[tp  -my hotel?" * '.  '   Couldn't Economize  ".My deari you and I havo got to  agree upon a plan of- somo kind where  Sho Gathered Him In  It waa, a wizened little man who  appeared before the magistrate and  charged hia wife with cruel and abusive treatment. His better half was  a big square-jawed woman with a  determined eye,  "In tho first place, w,here did you  meet this woman, who, according to  your story, has treated you. so dreadfully "  "\Voll;" replied the little man making a bravo attempt to glare doflantly  at his wife, "I never did meet her.  Sho just kind of overtook me!  Dysentery corrodes tho intestines  and speedily eats away the nlng,  bringing about dangerous conditions  that may causo death. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial cleans tbo  Intestinal canals of the germs that  causo the inflammation, and by protecting tho lining from further ravages restores them to healthy condition. Thoso subject to dysentery  should not be without this simple yet  powerful remedy.  "Mr. Stibhub, your house is 'on i're.  Hurry home and save your oolong-  "Nothing in, the house worth saving, liverytbing wo had' is loaned  out.'.'.  ..Had Hado Up His Mind  ��������� A Cleveland lawyer tells how, during a trial, one of tho jurors suddenly  roso from his seat and fled from w>  court-room. Ho was, howover, arretted in tho flight before ho had left Uie  building, and brought back.  "I should like ta - know what ycu  mean by such au action as Jthis," demanded the judgo, in a lenient tone,  however, as ho knew the man, an elderly German, to bo a simple. strai&lH-  foi'ward person.  "Veil, your honor, I vlll explain,"  said the'juror. "Ven Mr..'Jones finished talking my mind was clear j-U  through, but ven Mr. Smith begins his  talking I becomes all confused agJir.  already, and 1 says to incinself, 'I bOi-  ter leave at vonce, and stay nvay until he is done,' because your horn'.',  to tell tho truth, 1 didu't like the vay  tho argument was going"  CANADA'S  GREATEST  SCHOOL  IVmmWr/PfGG  esTAEUSHZo /s&?. *-^__^-/y'.  Awarded first prize at World's Exposition on its work and methods.  Write for a frco catalogue. \Y������  also give instruction by mall.  URGE PROFITS IN MAKING BRICK  UrlcUs cnn bo nuulc from C'l.ij-.  Shalu  or Sand. Full Information upon request.  The  Bero  Machinery  Mfg.  Co.,  Limited,  Toronto, Ont.  TAKE-NOTICE   .  We publish simple, straight testimonials, not press agents' interviews,  from well-known people. ,"/       ,     ������  From all over America they testify  to the merits of MINAltD'S < LINIMENT, the best of   Household Rem-  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LIMITED  She wouldn't co to bed. No; jhe  wouldn't. :��������� She wanted to stay up. Site  didn't.\Vant.to be alone. .She would  not be alone. ��������� Sho  -  -*' And that Avaswhy daddy went up  with lier, and promised to ho on her  bed till she went, t.o sleep.  The weary mother waited for Her  husband to return.   The minutes tick-  Would the child  By the Roadside.  Tho little boy sat by :he roadside  idly poking Ihe warm dust with hl3  bare toes. When the Dig Man can.r-i  along the littlo boy looked up an J  said:  "Mister, is this your nark?"  Whal'll you give mo for it?" quizzed  tho Big Man.  "Fourteen hundred mylnn dollars."  replied tho little bov.  "All right;" smiled tho Big Man,  just tako ,it right along -with you."  No matter how deep-rooted the corn  or wart may be, it must vield to IIol-  loway's Corn Cure If used as directed.  D  ISEASEO  OF  MEN���������DR.  DSAN.  i.eclalist, 5 College St., Toronto  . HIST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AKD CHILD. ���������  "Mri. WtNsr.ow's SooTuiNd byiii'p lies been  UScd for over SIXTY YKAKSIiv Mlt.I.KJNS of  MOTIlltUS for llicir CHlT.lJKl-N' WlllMi  THKTIUXO, with VMKI-'l-XT SUCCESS. It  SOOTIIlvS the qilll.I). SO.TKNS the Ol'MS,  ALLAYS nil I'AIN ; CUUKS WIN'Il COLIC, mid  is thu best remedy for IJIAKKHCKA. It i-, n'j-  solule'.y harinlcss.^Ile sure and ask for "Mrs.  V.'inslow's Soothing Syrup," nnd tate no oilier  kind.   TweiiU--fivc cents a bottle.   '  bv v.e shall bo able to keep down ourj cd away. Poor man!  bills this month." I never fall asleep?  "Rut-aren't, you afraid if "we do so,  that tho courts will get after- us for  combining in restraint of trade.'  Then a soft pitter-patter came down  tho stairs, and' her child niglttclad,  stood onco moro before her.  "Hush, -muvver! ' 'Don't make a  noise!" she whispered. "1 singed to  farver and he's fast asleep."  ���������-���������  "���������"'" TheBlshcp's'jMove.  Dishop Talbot, .the-  giant   cow-boy  bishop, was once attending a meeting  of church dignitaries, and one of the I'-hovo"^!.'*  clergymen,  who "had ������������������ been urged bjy j  a tramp to give him some money,.sent!   , T0 CUBE A C0LD |N 0ne day  Fair Question  Willie.���������Teacher says we're hero to  help ^others.  Pa?-Or course avq arc. -   '   ���������  Willie.���������Wfell, what are the others  ntitcMy steps contfhs,  tlse tliroat and lunds  euros colds, Lrnls  U5 cents-  Moderation is the silken chain running through tlie pearl chain, of all  ���������   virtues.���������Fuller.  We can help make people bright by  our keenness, but we can never accomplish anything toward making  people good except by our tenderness-.  ���������Parkluirst.  Duty  Be was an immaculate, servant. To  watch him serve a salad was to watch  an artist at work. To hear his e.tb-  dtled accent������; was a lesson in the art  ARLINGTON CHALLENGE  W^TEKPROOF COLLAfS  * .". \'\   - ^- .*..;i-      >     . v"-.  ;:;are"th'$,'best ever made and arp-; ',-.'  ;^ cr'tiisireirj'teiejd togiye you s^tisfac-���������:,��������� ���������'.>  ���������-stirtiwi.iAi?!! dealors'.^rsejtipvs #S'c'������������������..,*  ��������� /V,stating st^.lis^eiod' sl^jriequlr^ri.'  --,;  .'. v':VSa?'fr!_st. Avi?.,Tw(mto; Qntartof1 -.Kl  CUT YOUR DRUG BILLS  IN HALF  We sava you 50  p.c.  on all drue  Htore goods.    Patent Medicine, Ruh*  her Goods, Trusses, Electrlo Belts, El������  ������stic. Hosiery, Elastic Supporters, etc.  of voice production.    Tie never slip-' Ouv large illustrated catalogue shouli  pod, he never smiled, and his mutton-! &e l'1 every home.   A handy reference.  1.'  /'���������E7M tine* 1 w������" "��������� HI*'* Bid, tlilrly yean  tio, I hud Kiiffprcii tortilrra from ticnonia in  ono of I'.n worat foriiw. 'J'ho itUtme rims In  tny fpnilly, nml mlno was of 1. txnfy and  moat dlillKiitlni? lilii'I. Tho mwnia tanmiX  la round ringn,  -if:  t.  und then sciilia nit, over  my fuco' nnd llnihn, I  lmvo, l������f*n Bmotliwea  from hwul to foot. I wu������  lioni In J.iMiiiIiigloii,  wl}ldi lit-famous for.Iti  walom,, nrui onn wjniI  wilpliiir btttjw nnd piimo  in;  n-  litiv������~n^hlturril, mint  tlilnk thut nflcr tuklnif  ilia trontment \f\m-m-  itlnrty an  j. uiu. tho  ��������� 'Iil lo  was tint.  I nttMulciJ tha  ��������� Hn^pltnl for yearfl  nml ycuiH, so you wftl nco  1 -jjnvo it a fnir tiiiil.  Everyone In th* town knew of my case,    -'���������         h,Uj.,   Ad  ��������� e*'i rM nf It.  face wa/f, iiiiilijiiirVjl.very hmllj'." A doctor  infr} mi, flint T uhmilil twvvr eel rM nf It.   I  nmt puimdi inttoi torn' t/i|u, nun. imcuum  H'ihwt ������nn day tin unolo nf uiluu return*  trifndf.-d llif C'ntlciirA }(<iiii.4Ii'.i,  1 took nir  . ,     , n Iter.   _ .    . ...  Aclvlce, and conimcni'������u to umi tlm Ciitlcuro  Boap, To my esioni.liiiunt ������n Imprnvf ment  nt onco rtt In, nntl r.iy Imlr, tvlilcli (inil Imen a  complfto riiuM ot ucafyn aim, mitt, won  becaii to look in ������|ilcii������IW condition, Tlum  ! !.-���������;'.::���������':* n *">r '*���������' fn'lnn-i ninHm-nt nnil  tlih tfeheh my 6KI11 -,-oiidi-i-Iiiliy. In a few  vit-W tlnm oil trnwn of the ncnly frti|>llon������  IimI eompklfly qbapprnrrd. .Nov/ my nkln  11 clear mid lickllliy, umt tlimilfH to tlm Cntl-  ciira IluincHIpi I am. comjilf-lnly cnrnl of  fc������em,i. All my noliitilMHiri* wero aHtpiindiiiJ.  'ilio, Ciitlbura llnmi-iIlM nr������ wnnh their  wolgut in cob, mid ono tabhtt of Outlnira   fiuthfir than four cake* of cheaper  tho fellow to tho bishop. ".Ho is a  very generous man," eaid tho clergyman, "and ho-might help you." ������~-  The tramp appronchod'Dishop Talbot confidently. Tho others watched  with interest. Thoy saw a look of surprise come over the tramp's face. The  bI������hop was talking; engorly. ' -The  tramp looked troubled. And then, finally, ���������Ihey saw something pass from  ono hand (0 the other. The tramp  tried to slink past the pronp without  speaking, but 0110 of Ihem called to  him���������      " .'  ,"Wol),-did you got something from  our lirotliorr   ".  . Tho tramp grinned sheoplshly, "No,"  ho admitted. "I, gavo him a dollar for  hla now paLhedral at Laramie!" ..  '��������� >.      A Tip to Travellers  r. So^nc.���������Scottiflh    Blatlon.    'Ticket  cbUocitorivto.-, maUIng collection, finds  an',;old gciitlou^n funibling   In ' his  pocket .���������for'hls.tilrkot..   ��������� .  Tlckot iJollo^tJr:���������TIclcolB, jilcase,  Old GohUonifuif-I'iii .Inst looking for  It.  Ticket Colleclor.���������Well. I'll look ln  af.ilu in a fow mlnuteu. Seo and have  It romly tli on,  Ticket collector returns shorlly, but  Iho old gentleman Ib still looking for  It.  Ticket Collector (miiltlcnly).���������Why,  you linvo It in your mouth, man.  Old (Iqiitlciimn (giving him thfc tick-  et)���������Oh, so I liavo|   lioro you nro,  Anoihui' |,u������scngei' In tho carriage  ns the train moves on, to first pan-  Hongm'--rni afraid your lonlng your  inoiiiory, nir.  I'Hi'Ht I'uHHoiiRer���������Nao foav n' Ihat,  nao fenv 0' that, Tlio ticket wait,a  fortiilcht auld, and I was Jiuit sookln*  llio (Into ufC'tl  Preferred Hep Lenihed  A lndy ciitivniinor called on old Fnr*  mor CHIcn atpl pvociaoilod to oi;oi������B'0X������  amino lilm on tho aiibjoct of hie political faith.   KvoryUttiitf else proving  BHiMaetory, fiho pvnduced a formld-  ablo' docuiiiont.   "I havo hero,"   nho  told lilm, "a jiotlllon in favor of llio  woman's-, suffraiio iiiovoinont,   ami   I  Bhould llko you to filgit It."       ,  ���������"  Tlio old man was unable to road, biil-  lio took tho petition and roRavdodiJt  with a mwiclouu eyo.    Finally   he  handed It bnolc.   "No," lio Huld, with  an ah* of finality, "no, I don't.,hold  wovoniontn.   A woman that's,alius  iuuwu' ia ������������������.; ^ttlv." In'trrf^K  vwi've (rot oun that'll keep her (pdcl.  I'll HlRll It," ,    __  "They nay Toiuiy'a   lnjiuie������   were  Iho roBiilt ot a practical Joke."  "Yii������. I1TH0 chappies told him that  z'W.X. V,,-,y -felhtw in (ho mv.oldng t  room'was denf and diiuib, nnd Tony  walked ovor to lilm with a H\v������et  smllo and told lilm ho wiih a fool.".  "Well?"  "Tho man wasn't deaf nnd dumb."  Tak'o^IiAXATfvi'f UltOMO .Quinine Tablets. PrniiKlstM refund nionoy if it falls  to euro. 10. V. OHOVl-VS fclgnature is on  each box.   ,"50., ...        .;v.  Peter's. Pence  Two Irishman were in a city bank  recently,  waitlug  their  turn at. the  cashier's window. --  "This reminds me of Finnogaii" nn'.A  one. ....      ' ...  ,  -  "What about Finnegan?" inquired  the other;     7-* ~~n���������'���������*������������������'���������-���������  , "'Tis', a story'that Finnegan died,  and wh6n ho greeted St.. Peter,, he  said, 'It's a fine job you've had here  for a long time." .  . "'Well, Fliinegan.' said St. Peter,  'hero wc count a million years as a  minute and a million pounds as a  penny.'  " 'Ah.' said Finnegan, 'I'm needing  cash.   .Lend me a penny.'  " 'Walt a minute,' said St. Peter."  AS, GOOD  AS  A  DOCTOR   IN   THE  HOUSE.  A clergyman tn tho Midlands, well-  known for his kindness to. t;i. geir./.t  tramp, had a wooden building placed  at the onlranco to tho grounds   for .  thoir benefit, with a small loaf and a!  jug of water on tho table inside. He-;  1 ccntly on visiting tho hut after ono j"������������.������,    -���������^  iof those travellers had lert he found aro absolutely Bate and can always   ���������  I  I.A  Baby's Own Tablets should lie kept  overy home where there are little  They are as good as a doctor;  111  ones,  chop whiskers marked him as one of  the old faithful stock. But' one evening to the surprise .of his master,  he showed unaccountable signs of  nervousness. When the chicken came  on he confuted it. with tho pheasant,  lie served everything in- the -wrong  qM^nnide_j^n(^j3ft^Mumlevtand;  put" a "final" Touch to his shaine by upsetting the salt over' the only superstitious member of the'party. Then,  at last, when the- ladle's had retired  to tho drawing-room, he touched his  master on (he shoulder. "I beg. your  pardon, sir." he said in a respectful  undertone, "but could you manage to  spare- mo now, my house Is on fire."  and help ln ordering goods by mail.  Sent frco upon request. -  THE F. E. KARN CO., LIMITED.  Canada's   Greatest   Cut   Rate   Drug  0 House. Toronto, Ont.*  -.Euclid-Described.  "My husband Is particularly liable  to - seasickness," remarked the lady  passenger. "Could you toll him what  to do In ease of an attack?'     '  "Taln't necessary, mum," replied tho  captain, "he'll do It."  A-young lady that describes Euclid's  elementary.of geometry:  "A' book full of ridiculous puzzles,  scratchy drawings, like the B'ree-JIa-,  sons arms without.the compass, and  capital letters stuck upwards and  downways and sideways and everyway  except straight Hko a Christian alphabet."  To clean old glass pour ammonia  on It, scrub well with a brush and  rlnso witli clean water. Dry and polish and it will then appear as now.  to drive   awny  any  malady arising from derangements of  the stomach or. bowels.   Concerning  them Mrs. 0. A. Wheeler, Norl hln nils,  Sask,, says;    "I havo found Baby's  Own .Tablets nu. Invaluable medicine.  L livo twenty.. miles from tomi-and  .doctor, bo am glad to hnvo so reliable  'a iu'odlclno at hand.   I consider the  .Tablola-o. real -necessity lnj.hp home  and ahull never' bo   without   them,  They'have kopt my baby well and  liav.o mado.-him a-bonulo baby,"   Tho  TablofB nro nold by'modiolno dealers  or-by mall "at 'l~> cents a box from  'J'ho   Dr.   Williams'   Medicine   Co.,  Wife of Labor Lea'.c-r iBrockvlller'Oiit '   k     ���������    ���������   ���������  Llko Mrs. IMiIpp Snowdon, jyhp  has ��������� ���������*"  proved tiuch a "valuable hcliiiiiato to Unfamiliar  hor husband. Mrs. J. Uamsay Macdon-     "I think'tho country la Just nwool,"  aid, wife of the Labor leader, Is a vory I said tho town young lady.   "I lovo to  clever woman, aiid Is n������ keenly Inter- hco tlio peasant   reluming   to   bin  ostod as her luwlmml In quoBtloiiB ofliuimblo cot, llio (dimly flgurtil out-  Boclal  reform.    Sho' has  aorvod 'on j lined against lhe Bolting sun, tlio fnltli-  many district and Indimtrinl council*, 1 U\\ collies ut his side, and the plow  fliidwhen her husband first stood for | upon hln shoulder,"  Llocoelor, in l'JOU, Hho worked hard |     forhlB BiiocoBH, Bpoko at a number of; Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, Eto.  that a portion of ihe loaf had boon con-1 bo "veiled upon  stinted and a penny loft.   A scrap of  dirty paper Bet fonh'that tho copper  was "for a penn'orth cheeso for the  next bloke."      '. ,   .   ���������  Mlnard's Unitr.ent" Cures' Distemper.  Lovev <distractodly).���������"Answer me,  Fanny! I oan bear this supenco no  longer!"  Volco or Father '('from outside).���������  "For hoavcu'fl take, answer lilm,  Fanny: for I-can bear hla cxpendo no  longev." . . . ,-     ' ' .  MCffBSZPR  meetings and won a number of votes  nnd now frlcndH by her   bright   and  "What's tho mutter wllh you thl,i  Rifles For Hunting  Shoot a Winchester once and/  you will shoot a Winchester,  always: That'o because Win-^5  Chester riflca after a test of i  over thirty ycar3 represent  today in accuracy, reliability"  and quality, the highest development in gunmaking. Whatever your  preferences may be, someone of the nine"1  different Winchester models will surely suit;  for they arc made in all calibers and wei[  WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS 00.. NEW HAVEN, OT,  ttm\\m\\\f\mmm\%   #*3&. ittDftb,  HlllipO ,       ,  ���������houfcoB nud iinlnuilH  * Mrs. DftBhawny���������Yom, while wo woro  In I'Jgypl. wa vlsltod tlio Pyramids,  Thoy woro ���������Morally covered with hieroglyphic*! ' ���������'���������-������������������  Natural Wash Tutia ,  Oh a tiny.roolc- IhIo In Ckiii'i Liike,  California, thoro iu tt perpotmil noda  fountain, from which gushed bet ter  JY MURINE EYE REHED  .'# {Xai, Weill, W������w*f, WeUry Ejw ul  C;RANULATEDEYEUDi  3*1  ,   Mr������. Nowilch.-Ugh!, WaBU't   you|Hoiiii'\vaior tliait the cliomiHi onn pro-  afraid somo of 'em would Kit on you.������j (i���������C(,,  ],',��������������������������� hftruiore, thero aro uitUii'ii!  wimii ttibft and wiitthlin; umcIiIuch, nnd .  In-nomo places oven reiuly-mmln H������np. j  In the Yollowtttono Nallonnl l'livk tho  family wiihIi may bo oitHlly iIImikihihI  of.   Holled "olotlilnu may bo put into  n Htout. baix, U111L may ho luum hv' ono  of Iho bollliiK Bpi'liiKB and loft them  whllo tho,owner boob about her bufll������  ,1,.....,.    V,'!',v:i !a!'*n ������'tt, tho clntiH^  ! n^ wt (dnun nnd'whlto that no rliiHlng  ..    ,,  . !1������ necoBHarjr, ,  1  YomiRly,���������Did you over notion.that ������������������:._:*   llio iiiatiiuionlal proeeun l������ llk������> innk-! ..v.',,i<a wiuie t-tsfn1 nvnuml wli������ dn*  im ikcttllt. You Jo .10 More, yoWrJim! foo},X J,.fV 61? b fnco*f V "\\l.v  tho hollo, and you ulyo your naitio to | ������JS" yku Uoiu-d ? " - - -- ���������������- -- * ������������������'-- "*������  Stitl,   itKrUimm- mt.tJ f.m-  llurin������Pe'nR������mi������IyCo.,CI������le������������<i  'EED5\0NE CENT]  _jjf ' ity, '[' 'ri.l������ltallitcn������Uyoutakce|>)'oiiriU>ckui  priniB cundiiliin wllh tht worM'u mo������t      ���������  lamuim animal lotu'j���������  International Stock Food  Uv������ry ������nt Invcite.l In ItiU wemlrrful liultli*  nivir, liflniri ImrliUolliimIn klruiiif, lieallliy  lior������f������, r.nv������, ilnirp nnJ lui(i������,  Car of ul t������i>t������ ilinw thai 4 qimrli ef oaU and  llto i-wilar feed of IN'i'liKN'ATlONAL  IJTOCIC t'OOU wll fittn fmatt It heller lontlithm llttn  l'I\U quaruof nan without it.  INiKUNATIOVAI, STOCK t'OOH will maftayoiircowi  ���������     it.iln I lo 1 iin.ul* of inllly pnr ir������v,  lBiWwii.milHii������'kl'iioilL'o. MJ. Miiitkrf,   V our 1h������is������ nccJ il,  A������k)o������������  ��������� Tuiciito. luti. tinnier lor it. . . ,,  rwar.*���������;;���������/ ������M1j������������������ta| v\'a ImvB a copy nf our tf.OCO Stoeft  ' lJ.u>^{ lor >������-->M. _S������n.lu������yoitr huitioand  font Mlw-te I'noii 11 ������ll rlilit. I  UV������liiili:iuti|(i������iil[ii'"l U������ iim  tiikuiuiyi'ilifti-Etitil t i-viT n>"l,  ���������ml ila imt i������r������ tn ������l������lt ������lrit������r  fiiillnirwllhi'iitll, l'l������i"i���������lil|i ���������������  twin tl ymi run������������tj������ri.������. V hum  W17 tnil/ (<Ijii������iI)JijII:< lluiiri.ii  Uo lmvo a copy of our (.1,000 Stodf  )),x>!i for yon.  .Stml ut your irniria ������nd  (iildi-rm, nnd trll 111 tha nunilirr of n������������J  of iiock you own,  IHTERHMIOML STOCK rOOO CO, liattti  lOUOMTO ONTARIO  Ifo's wont and fell  tiotp  Wi1*  ("flSlSaTHTt"VtiTi"i������ri������VijtJit liap|iln������-������i into bt/  'OP"'.'-. IWimH) Mr*. ViuiiHr. .17, V-iaiit; ������  If, /flieVcSjipriidit; Kli-ir* Motion, Hit*  mliiuhmii, r.iic, July _0, JOlO.  Cutlciir* Boap wm uintnuia ato rout ev(������f y.  ���������nhero, tint iliosa who ������W������. lo uy tlani  without ehatga tuny do ha by w-mllnif to  VnUrr Uni������ .1- t'lii'ni. <V)rji��������� ������'j Cohimlmi  Ave,,* llMtun. U. ti. A., fur a llhcral lamplo  Of tub, I'ovt-ftw, wllh y.'-ii. cklu Look.  l-'ond Fullior.���������Yes, Johnny, whflii  dio mlllomihun Ib con'������ ^������,^!;|;,S| ^0 uhhiI .0 do mm on tho Knmml  110 (lOWII     With     IHO     llOIl  ill   pillt'tui ������,. ���������,_    ,   ,..,...   ���������,.���������,ii,.,������     h,a     imiiunim  ' Cyiilciia,���������Yea, and theu you're taken In.  .     A Mathematical'Query  I.ltllo   nl s-y i'ii r-ohl   Harry,   whllo  tviulhiK a i'hii|it������u' of floiiotiU, imtiBiMl  uud aal'od hln niollior If In llioiio dnyn  *t_^f' jTAf  ^mmH_&ltj2_Mmm*lii&t-,  Wt. U. U. tio. 673.  Utile Johnny (doiibil������gly).---I m>-  nosA that'll bo, but I'd rather be tlio  Hon JiiHt tho saina.  It dot'8 not tnko a nrrat wan to bo  a flulBiiuu, but il takvs all th������re la of  Mm  .  11^ had boett rtuidln������ tho pannaKo,  whW-h Rtiyii: "And Die hoiih of intm  iiuililplii'U on tlio fnco of tlio earth."  "OoltlitK nny doner to bur ruilior?"  '������������������-��������� -���������- #-.!������    I.....,���������      if',.,,,.  "Mother, cart I mako bollovn I'vo Rot  anothor llttla girl to toa'.'" "Yok, dav-  HUB." "Thi>ii mny 1 luiva Homo moro  BWootH and enko for Iiw.HoI'k, 'con  tthp'u.a.voiy Kffltuly littlo kIiI,"  Ono uyllnhlo ot woman'ri H|n-r(!. < nn  diBMOlvo moro of lovo ihuu a iiuuih  I'linut.   vau      buhl.   Pllv.'i-   \V.>i'������������.'!l  llOlttlUB,  \Vi������num, tk'celyml liy wc 11,, want lo j  'tllHllllK  niljr   iHiinii    n������   ..������������������>    ,...,....     .    .. . .    .  1   ".hint a llitlo bIiico full began. 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.^I'.'il   rvei;'   Ti_i._v.iy   by   the
goflpcpt   St   Cunpfcgrland
.$ub?ishjnq .Cocppany.
{?} Ti.c me'ins proposed to be ado- teJ
y:\t- :v u.     < .v ��J w       it1." ';���>"<;" .'uiclrefiil; None. '
>.>...��� -. ...   i...   *.;,.i      (j) n,e nature .ind character in detail
..Thi.- pi.in"- \\i!l ii it ho":<;  itseil
reHnni-^bk' for tho opinioii^or uiii- ^������:i',,tU).e
-      '���"     ���                     .'   .          . WELLINGTON COLUERY,Co.. L-D
^r.-, m. may.appear in its columns ���    . v/   1 ^ CouLSON Cii.,,m, Ma; a cr
ol the uoik* pioposed to be i-onstrucied J8ir*l*\
'���> pn vide for ihe discl>:u��c uk! penning '
\ 'I i i^i.* i     i       .
b.tck of the u-uies:    A s'n ill dam v. ill I e
construelird with an eiy li -".n^h pip--  i.u:
llet
S-.'n.ituie
"-I'Oin time to tune.
^VKDNKSIUY, Ma.\   0.   11)12,��
H  m* ���������*������ immimum^tw mi .1, ii^^����wh��ii>i��i����^iw��'����<i.��'w'w^��**'^'*<����*v��*i^^ww-^*��*
^VA,TJ_R KpTICE
''....{������*.���
A10T.LC.K t?.hp-:ehy'��i\"siO ��hat. .air
tV-S     '*     application will in* imtde.
tiiit-l. i .Part\V. of t;Iie "..Wa"er*,1c'i
^lyOO " lo obuin a  licence hv u e
'.'. .   ....'Division cf CmiK.x District
>(t0    Xiho  nan:e pi Coinpu,y in
iu lv. \Veliington C��iKefry.Cpui|')aiiy
.Lin'il.cj.l.
" /i't.edi.ad ollice: Vic'.o-.ia, ll.C.-  *
'>vi'!is ciiijita.!, how ���*divided. kIiow :
9--.i'i'i�� 'aii'.ounl paid   up:  .$2,00(J.C00,i
c^ed'imo 20!(]00 siia.ie, of flW
eneh-fuiYy j.Wi.U up^ .
r|,li "ior .mining. ,piupp?e.^   .Free;
,',    ^iwi% ^Cert^cato" No"...:......;
' .,.'>���. .(f>J Thu.m\meoHhe tnko, (Uream:
p I' your o,.[ it ' i n n a hi ed, i h e d et-- o r i p-!
*<������" YioiV'd*! -A'Vroek VnEsi.ug*������ noar ���'.' the-
"'���': uioiiilj/of jSfo. 8 Tun rid," which,Um-j
'���������'ii-1 i-< sit inite. near the" division ,,-liiie;
h') v/'cn Section Z in  Towi-uhip  y.i
nnd L-ccili-n,84.in Townel-.ip 10, mi
" "  '���...���     .*- .'. ���   ��� '-.: ���   ;'r ; i    ��������� '      :-
l'.onvuK District ..'.���'   > ���*
:(o) Tiie, point"b.f;,��ViYersion,: At or
'.i-ur   iunc-.ion  uf "�� saiaji stream,-
���    ,������; .���**!.-     - ��� ;' -      ��� -.t> ' t *. t
"'[���' :i'.)witr^   from   i he   mnuth of snid.
Tnnrel No, 8 w:th abovedo.-usribed!
'��� ������������t;.t-<:.^ "   '������"'.:-\    '"���'';
.'(d). The quunlity' of waler   a.p-;
piit-d foij.iiycubic loot par  second]]
.3.5 cubic feet , " j
.' '   ( ) Tue chii/acler af;t,lieproposed;
...'wo-kc:    Reservoir   at  or'ne.'ir Uie
,       ��� -v -I l -.      ��� (
ini-u'Ui of auid Tunnel ^o. .8.
II:       .'������       ���������������'���:      I.      -.���������-.",���> -\
it) Tho premises on  whiuh  tj. e
-,     ���'     l     '���'   Ci' .        I'!1 :    '    .       i    :- I
v    iv,iter'is lo be us.ed Jd.e.-cribe'^amHj'
:   J.;, upon invlabout  Sec'ioi!   3 ...im'
'JVi'A-!>f hij), .0  and ..Lu-:..22S iii.K-aHl;
.���__A^Adi;^i;_AliJj^u.id-]_mcllfei ngljeid
i'.O. Ad.'--; , Vic. .'i.i, UC.
.Extract fr-im  Alemoran'lum of   As-
cociatiori of iWlpnglon CQliisry Qom-
pany, Limited:
(a) To acquire by purchase, ��rant,
,lense, or in any other manner * * * *
water and rights -to,w^ter *.* * .*. ,
" (d) .To carry on tho' business qf *'..*
��� * tflcctric   ligljt,   heat   and po\yeri
,supijly * '������ ,*, ,���.".-. ,V c" "
(��) To manufacture'and use as a
motive power tjlectriclty * .*. * * and
to   mauufactnre.. or   acquire   plant,
.machinery,  apparatus  and  materials
Qf every kind for the production and
^distribution of (jlectricity .* * .* ,* to
s^enei'iie, tbe <ir dispose of >u'i)|.l. or cli:-
tribuie clcttricity .... ...for  lighting o'
���aotive power and to toistiivt. !a\
'   1   ' '.'      ' .  .     '* '���' ' ' ' * ��   '
down, establish  .���ind"carry rut,.".cable:-,
wires,  lines   accuinu'attirs, .lamps   and
.vnrks.
.)),' V.io said Applicants ;in feo from
r> ��� ��� ! .*.,   i ��� .i ��� >    ��� ��� ���- ���
lhe. c. own
In the Sn.pi-Bine.Court of '���Bi-itisl.:
.'.���* Culuiiihia. ���   '-���...'.. " '���';
In,the'ni!>'t,tk*.i'   of .the -.JK'statp   <>
;*���.    Henry lh'iiak^, deceived, nnd!
in the matter of the ������Ofildal.Ad
nuiiii-t/alor's. Act.''
NOTICE is hei-ebv Jjiv'/n .tlin'.
under un .order gri.mted' ,b*y Hi !
Llouour.,C. H- :I3ni'l<er dated tin '
L5t.h peeouiber, 1011, 1, tlio un I
dei'sigiied was '.appointed ^diniii--
istrator of nil auc,! singujar the. es-'
tate of Henry Brooks.
AU    ..parlies*, .having    chiinii-;
aorai list ..the esi'ute of tlio * said  de '
o ..   .��.      ;:.   ;���- .,... i. .     (.ii-     .-   .(,���������
ceased aro   reqiksted' to   fnrnis
narticuhirs of lhe same on   or   be-'
(V   :-   I'.' i_".: - i ���       ;:    ..�����      '   -   '.    ' ���' .
fore the 10th day of Januai-y, 1912'.'
.    . .   ; ��� ���!������    . ���������-. .1    ���    r.   ���      ��� .     ���. -'' "-,     ' ':
and all partief, indebted to the sai
estate are requested   to  pay   siicl
indebtedness to me,   furthw ith.
i       "'       '--t    '������--..-    i-:"���:���}. i ��������� '*.': ::";:.':.' ��
���������: I... S^ivOr-^p-if OM SONt~
��)ffi_ial Adniisiistnitoi:
'���^���Vw,, '-'     ; >'* :   ���'       -i ��� , " i     Dated at Nanaimo. ;*'1V..,C.."'this lot! :
[i] The pm nos'es for "v/hioh  lhe;  ,  ; :V;,;V      1 :'    ,    ii  iuVi'   !
-i .-������-.���      ,- .#    , '������*���' ,       -: ��� v    '   '��� day ot Decern ber, A. L). 1911.
wa-e'r h' lo be * lined; industrial
J.Iil Ii for irrigation descrilie tbo!
,1ahd' to be irri^ated, gi v111g acreage.
'   \\] V thovviiwr i--' ia bu uied''' for
powb; or.mini'-'i!. ;��i:r})u/.0G   rii^oribe1
the, place vvhui'0 tbe 'v.'ati'V i,3 In be
ri'!'.u.n"d to fiino nalnr.-u  clianro;,
.and-.In. diiu'rencf? in   nltilude   bo
,',-Wix-��� point if ;.ii*.-.;'.'i'-n .uuh.p'ihi!
< i i-cin'-n    .....  ...--. -	
ay oi
;^E5f DELIS.
[j] A r,,-.:./)!'"C,n-'\vn"l:-,n"i 'm en'tled
,t.�� In.; oi.:".i)i!.'.'("i by 'iho profio-ed
vvurkt;: No Crown h* ml to be occu
pied'" ���"'.       ���   ""'
.[!_���] This f.ol.ioo wuh f.pts;ed on.I lie
iwirfily fcixtli day (dJaiiiiary. 1Q12,
I   M J ' I ���' ... ,
and upplicatiun will be mado to I In?
j 1    i   ��� ���   ,     <    ���     ��� ��� ��� ' '' < '
CumrtiiVftior.er o�� th�� fourth dny of
i       i t ; i    i*        ���-''    ���        < ���        '' ' ��� *
ril Oive tbe namfti? nnd add tosses
ol any ripaiiitn propritjlortt or iicen
!��uoa wlio or whose lands aio likdy
'to   bft   iiff'.:ot<(l   by   llio   prupost'd
" worlcH,   oulicr   above or below tho
\ .���-'������- ' * '
vHitii-- ;    No piop*h)ioiri or HcviiM't-M
' ���!���",    "��� n*   likelv   !,ii    be
In the matter of  lleiirv   Broods.*
..duceused.   "    -
TEN!:)Kl.tH for'tlio .pnrclinso o
iho South jurist, purl, of  iVocfiona.
Noi'tli Ku*.t 'qiiiirtei' 'of   Sec.   20,
Township 9.'Coniox tyUtriet', containing p'> iifM'o's, will  jy.i   I'vci-ived
,""V.'"'���.."'}.'/,"' i'-')' tlie ,uiidt)i'signe(I up lo lhe 20tb
d:iy of Januiiry 1912,
,������'.... a ��� i.      vi1.,.
CltCO. TimiyrsoN,
,Qfl-ioinl Adiiijnislrator,
Xaiiaiiii'\ 15. 0,, -Dea! loth, 11)11.
aitf^MJv&uwM 4tau��u��vr*T tmwur. v*mx -m wati-v ������������nwcwrwi *u>
NOTICE.
NOTICE is heroby   invcn   Uu.
llio undersigned has ^ui'cliu^utl tlir
Umindry bii'sinesfi of   ^Iaii ���L-.-ik.
AU'dnntfi and claims agninst  lhe
suii] Alnli I.eo iniiot  bo  pro-seiilod*
to him. for payment, nnd nlMep!.
due him must be paid him   mi .or
liei'oie   tin-   Cvliil'iiUoil    of   'hiit\
i ��� <->������>       >
'I'*'1" (- h j'biy." l'��oin the date liureof,
A',��.;yh Hiuli.-.m) oi vfhih pj'-'U-"^ j���    ' \VlNd Kiinii;
liut    Comn'.uiy'-i    ;'.ieM:niu;i!ii,n   id
;n;,.."i--',i:nlii *.  .'
Nf'TlClv
Ditied-jil  Cniiili.'rliiml,   11.   C
. :l-h":w'i'' "|:,J   ii;;>|.la.,um-v:i:>,.d  l-Jla,
(,-<��� .��� ; -��� ��� i'ii ".n inn lU-'l   I'.oj-k:'.  . i
i <��  ���
, i.Jlrii.-iU'.'i')    .Wli'J.l.iM'wTOlf    p.n,-i
,    u.,.ll,1...i  ,;������.,.,., :,|u!Ut,,r,|^.'lK'Ki.l.,r..|1> ,,,.,,11,1,111,,
"!-'... Ailih'tiy,  Via-.n'ia, CO. S P-- < t n. .;-1, i (, I i ��� ����� m   of'' Clulll id'^
, ,  '    !,K.iiM'l'iiiv^'lyivei'y-i-tiibl,) kcc-pei'v
���     ���       . ",    ,,     .-.o.^.-h'1 illc r-5ifv "r  Ci'iiiibei'lulul   ll.C.
^ ,vi'j,'j;' '   has IIih day beoii   disK'ilvcd.
,.,) 'fi,*. ni. cuiilii- (ii-'jj.o-cil ��:������>.i wi *      All debts duo the firm must be
.ir.Mmli,)..; ,',! ,i, i:i..u t!:r   mouth nf No. j paid    furwilll   to    ,MeHii|'l's   1'oltei
-  |-,r,v.; "l:..-h  -.aid  Timnil  is  ��l>ny��!im,(| Kii kbride who is liel'ebv nutlj.
C'M''   '  ��� , lei'i.si'd In ifivo I'e.cnipts i'or lhe htiiiie.
4l/ ,,,.. i,.. .,,   ...    ,...,.,... , .,/. .I-.,
v,,  !*:    !  ,   ,v!in:j an',i <if ihfttiteryoii
,s. -, ill Ml-.- - j-. rfnil I'lllii.'*- fn'-'-l,   Tl't! 'U't'll
.' 11;    '������-; .'ni ;n wli'u ii ii is propoheJ  lo
, -, ���.;,.���   ��� ���-..<��� i��: ',',<,-) .ji.i.ui fi   ij ,'iiul i|ic
Miiitiun      ��� c'��:v.iii--.i'' hiMvi-i-ij the  |.i|;h
,ii-;'' i'iv . ,-��� .-' {.'i.^H'', ,"��� 5 l��*t'l-
;...   t ��� -   si   ;i;, ,.      T'l I'I   "l?|UI|C    lilt!
.,,- ;   .-.     .,*".,' i-i ,i..,; ja1I|'��. ..-.: The ,i|��
��� ���   .,���'.,..    -   'i.  I:.n-1.
iv,')   \|ipii'-.'nn'i!ely lhe ih.iii'Imii (if unn,
j,.,.I   , ||   i >ir ,    ���>   '"���    ii.iinii.il i.-i .     ': hn,
,  .������>! nl -iric iicr<- I ''.
All debt iimnn>n <lns fii'in nuihi
hu pitifuntt'd for payment within
!)() tJa^H I'roiii  Uie ijul.e  hni't'of, to
iM'ertHoi'H T'otler &  Kirkhvide.
i i     ���
i',   lb U|.ui. Illilt
Tinted Jim. 22 1012. ���'���
Dried Brewers' Grain-
Clctiu, bright nud wholsc ,me,
low in water and carbohydrates,
but, containing nearly double the
amount of fat and piott-iu, pound
for pound, lli.'in the ordinary feed
stulls iu local use, it
Mccls all the Requireme'Rls
of�� Profitable Dairy Feed
und (.'onipnved in price with what
is iud;ed lor other feed stuffs, is
iii plo protein value for your
money. lis superiority lies in
tlie fuel tlmi feeding it incrcfiHe.-?
both the Iota! digestible niiillcr.
and the iimottul of fat nud pro-
loin iu the daily ration
And Saves you 40 to 0% o,i Ui\
Vou fdioulil not be without ib
Mulled Kiajiifi, fresh and sweet
from ���the brew kettle, dtsed in a
w.-k,j;tr.:.uou.". vacuum p'.'.fec:'.:', by
Royal Stock Food Company, Ltd.,
Dryers of nnd Dealers in ^cod
Prod nets,
hSQUIMAI/r  AM)   NANAIMO
UAlbWAY.
I'Ur.IJO    -NOTTCl?..' U -Ju-.pby
niven   thai   thn, K-.quiivutU    and KJ
Nanaimo Un.eUvivy.,' Cimi|i;n-y   <U,1,M
en tho ntuetienili day of '.r.iiiuni-y,   m
I Hi 2, depp-dl in 'bo l.nud Km i-iry | kj
Ollicu in tin-City  if   Viiiim-ii',   In, fe|
(ho IVivineu ef llri��i-li Cobiinbia j Va
pliiii, piollle  iiud'beoU of roiurfi.ro  M
i-howiim the lueiiiitm of  fU    p-o  L
poM'd lino nf ruilwiiy from   Uliu-l.  V
Crcok l���� Cnmplell    Itivor,   Vni.  ! j|
couver bbind,   iciiiK   Ml*'�� *l'-' ;����
Mile 72 !J, *\*   iipprovnil    bv    the
Undid of llnlUviiy,  Cotunii.s>ionui>=
for Cnn ml ii ra
DATKD     tbii�� ��� twenty-Hi coild  m
dny of'Jiimuirv. 11)12.
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Bncirci a ry.
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CUMBERI/AND
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bCOTiA ami ivKii's'i' ,".'i kivJ'/is,
VANCOUVKK, li.C
NOTICK.
The nniiUiil meet inn of  lhe C"-
iiho; Oi't'iiiuuiy Anwnc.intiuii   Ltd.,
w
II
Miv. Siuinis will p;ivo le^oiiH
on tlio plat i) lit lwi' lim^'o in *li'i''
UKiileiu, f'li'inerly   owned  by Mr.
T f,    ",,.     ,., ,,,, ,,,,(1 11 !'!(,!���
i/illMC""1      ��-'t>. " '���' ') *���'	
Alnvdi 'itli���imii! *i!��<-;''i 3" Cuui\nn
tlrilllll.     ���
Ua fi RICHARDS
i-i;
FOR SAIJO���Tlio South Kind
eoi'iKil' ol   Mltiypmi   Aieniip   mm
Second St., \v;t!il!buil(liiig��;. i'l'i*'''
S'.)25.0(), Apply nt thiH ollleo or
I'. (). llox t* 11 Viineoiivei'.
,        ....        ,    Wfiro^d ne  th'fnt   h'MilM.   Jltmrtlll.
Ill  I'M hold    III    tlie   AurpMlllllliil     'V��j   ^/���|i,niw(im,Mn-luoim��i-.tliu\vli��ti
V,,, , /vS/tc/^Ss'"-'!"''""" nj''-1'"".   ,J,-.lli"'1 ,""(
al1(   ('oi.n.M.ay, p..  ?l����'**>y< ,*���tt^^
m
TRY RfiM>
inthe-JlEM/S
No better medium  for, bringing your business before
the  public Ihnn  by
Uijs  IIH'IIUH.
Job Pointing
���? t->   P\riH   CTil��y f***\,,:,'
Xr*J    WUi'.   V|V^V
ialty and in
this hitierus
" -GUABANTEE
SAXISFAOTION.
1*0
I*. ���#*'���!. *#."*-".*>' .
(M
<������������' l< '������.- I
j'r.'ipi'jetoi"-.
* . - , . ��� ��� i
��^*v ism, nn- ni * )>,!��..    j;v^;^^^^:'V^^^'^":^^-"^';���t/':,-'-'���'
���   m   '* ��������*��� "���*      '   '   '     '" ' '���������^*W^: S^W*^ ^BtMffl^^A^; 'i#fSl!; _������OL%M������ji^:;  ^L'AND ���������a$EGTSiXRY'.AOT" '  .registered  '.laioa-YocrCXPENSE.i-L-ghi  [flakes Yonr BISCUITS Light  f |jr,iakea-Yo������r CAXES Light  ^2���������  '-/iiLl-ai YwrCUS^lisht   ��������� 'Jg^"  |>jfL!d;33Yo-:;rLA_.OPv-LI5ljt/'  ' \%  *  i*j .Vj.iOCER,  :. vv. c" u.et r co:, ltd.  Toronto, Cut,  to  ti  VL-*v5,-.uj>.!i'  To Civile,-; .Copolli  owner :md  U.   Capelli,   assessed  otfner'of Block ^D"' of d>t  194-,'  Coniox Dist'ici, Map 422.  TAKE JS'O'riCE" that "au   application has been in ade  to i'e������is-~  ter David Roy as   the owner.i.r  fee ^i in plo of   the   above   bind  undor.a Tax Sale   Deed    from  lhe j Deputy- Assessor  of   the  District   of: Comox,  and you  ���������*���������    1 '        ���������*  . aro required to contest the claim  of the Tax r������ica������er within'30  days from the lirst ^publiea-  vt'ou hereoF.  Dated at the Land rejjistrv Of-'  .fiee, Victoria..British Columbia-,  this 20th dt'y,of.Jauuaiy, 1912  ���������    S.   V. WOOTTON  .JRegistrar .General.  The Caurten'ay -Hotel  ICvery conveniens.for gueBts."  Che Centtal HoM.for Sportsmen  Vne bul the IjJ.est of Wines and .Liquors  hhe Par.     .  J3A.TES  ���������REASONABLE  1 .Johh.Johr.stcn,   Prqp  6  ���������*3  m  ���������trn  Pi  ^1  ������  n  C8  UNION S. S..CO.. of 1$:C; Ltd  Najcaimo Union Fay'- Comox - Route.'  Sailing as^tVijjiur���������  ,  Twin-screw s'-dumr ������,GO\VI(.HA-N"  L-av'18 Vancouver Thy fcduy.f] p.m.  An ivo Union (lor Cunibeiluud^ Friday  morning  A r.vfes C im.x Friday moin'nj;'  PUBLIC ^.NOTICE'  . NOTICE.is hereby given that  all property owners are request-"  eel to', connect their .premises  with the new sewers, .wherever  same,^re.completed, on or before-  the.15th day ot~.March, 1912,-  and if said connections.are not  made by the above date, the Cit\  Council'will proceed.to complete  snme at the expense" of the pi op-,  ertv owners.-  By order of  The. City iCouncil  A. MeKINNON, .  , City. Clef k;  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  ���������K  n     ������  u-    CD  v  _o_  id  -������-  8  fl:  i.^f������j.^^^.f.H*'f'l-'l''-I-'k!**l"H"M'^'5i  tA  Rtiiur ling'  Lv    Comox   Fnd y 4 u m  " Ui ioa Bxy     . "   5   "  ���������' .N.inalu.o 11 pm."  ,  Leaves"V������t.coi.vor, Saturday 8 pm  Arrives N.nnimo,  Sutunhiy 12 p tu  Arrives Union, Snud*}' (j a in  for ('ainherUunl  Arrivce CVmox,   Suiu'ny-8 a m -  Re ui-jiup:���������  Leaves Conox. ^undny 4 p in,  Louves Uii:-).i t-unriny 5 p m  Loives N-iiiaimo, Sunday IL p.m  [Suhjsyt 'o oh. a ;e without 10 ice]  ��������� Notice of Partnership  The business of general black  smithing and horse-shoeing lately  carried.on by George Leighton,  at-Oourtenay, B.C., within future  be carried 011 by George Leighton aud C. H. Adey. .AH business entrusted to us will receive  our prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed.  George Leigh,ton  C tl.' AUEvV. ?  m  lil^i-iili iiiiMV n   "  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  JNGS. DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBSr iPENJDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, .BRIOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  VICTORIA iLA.iU ������P  iDUirict.of -.������:'" -������  TARE notice.tb     - -  ry West of Wane.-'.   ���������  eupation'Fish  Mc .  to apply  fqr  perm. --  chits" .tho .following  landi*: ���������Comitienoi  ;������������������  planted at tba' X.   W.  I-ot4-iD.'I:2SG thenee Ln  ihe PUKvi'y.litie 10 1-11;;;::  North 20.chaii-S thei.i-.-  ehains,  thonye  Sunt  1 m  ������������������>;iK'. o'  si itiono-  t,   ibu.vi:  Wen a)  3   nloni;  J.'.lJ   '-i'i!  Dunsmuir Ave.,,  ^ gfegSHI*MJHBH������JB]������!l"!i___  Next to Tarbell's Store  lake shore .20 chains,  iug 80 .acres.  <GKORGi; IIEKR.Y AVEbT,  Ajip'iennr.  Dated Novenibei'iil.-t, l'Jll.  tlif  sic  pcauMg  FQR SAt,E���������Three milk  cows, first dass inilkei������,'al_o two  heifers in c&lf, graded stock,,  three-horses, two drivers and a'  general purpose mare, age three  aud lour years. Apply to I).  Roy, Roy's Beach. '  "  ROOMS for rent at Marinelli's  Rooming House, Derwent Ave-  DRINK  The purest and bs-stjUEER, and  made iu Cumberland.  COPYRIGHT,  A P. JVC.C9  THE SUPREME COURT  OK 1JRITISH COLUMBIA.  jf r   >\\  i.'M  -1 the mutter oi the "Admimsr  I tration Act," and iu the matter of Hie Estate of Alexander  ij- .1 Jp.seph Mellado, deceased.  J!'PURSUANT to lo the order  f Mr. Justice Gregory made iij  '���������he above matter and .dated  the  jth   day   of February   1912,   I  |.!*;  fi '  AWIIIimilillUUllllllUllillllilllllUIIM^  ranee  ������  [M  H' ''  [1  ereby ofler for sale Lots 65, 67,  ,'3, 73,  aud 74 of Section 61,  "ourlcuay, Towusite,  in Coniox  btstrict. Province of BrilishCdl-r  .ij'nibia. upon iho following con-  (itions:���������Offers    for    purchase  J'mst. be in  wiiiiug, "sighed  by  f| ijie maker thereof aiid accompan  , jjed- by a cc r 11 fied, cheque for at  ll 1st ten per cent of the nmounl  DiVercd.     Offers made  fdr more  ,hait one parcel shall show   the  trice offered for each and every  fared nud shall   be  considered  epniate and distinct tenders for  ach niid every   parcel   therein  |ieuiioned, any one  or  move of  |hich offers may be accepted or  Ejected    by   the   underHgued.  ���������i.Mjc highest or any lender not  I'.ieccsuarily accepted.  Hy Snlc   subject to approval    of  lV:ourt.    All offers must be add-  '-esHed to P.  Phillipps   Harrison  ilanisler &c, Cumberland B. C.  \ud nu������st be iu the hands of the  imid P. Piniiipps  Harrison ou or  M  Are you insured?,  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insur<td?v  Are Insured against' sickness and  accident?  WHO AM I?  JAM CREATED to sweeten, elevate and  -enrich life.  My voice reacts harmony���������heaven/  My virtues are supreme because I. give all  and take nothing.  My years of usefulness are uuRniited.'  Mv stren<jth holds the tension of forty thou-  sand pounds'.  My frame is built from selected"'mouatchs.ot  ���������mountain forest.  My tonss-yib'ate on German-made steel wire.  My fingering tips are carved from ��������� tusks  grown-in tropical jungles..    ..*--'  My action embodies the best, result of "human  effort lo obtain strength aud responsiveness.'     .      ' ���������  My coat is made of hard wood���������mahogany,  beryl and Circassian walnut.  No home is couipleie without that for which  I ,am. created���������M^nic ���������   _i:_AM-TH E-   NOTICE is l������erel>y j;ivcn ll>at jod.iys  nfier date I intend toapplyuo tlie Honur  nble Minister olX.inds ftn- ;���������. ��������� Iiceutc to  prosp������ct!{prco;i! iindpenoleuo under tlss  foreshore antl ,unc!cr the uaieron the  lands in and opposite Uhe foiku\in������ d&-  scrilM;d lands situate in Rupeit .Distinct:  ��������� Comnu-ncing at .1 post-plnmcd on tlue  sea beach .u'high wajer-ir.-uh ,n thu in-  tersection of .^eciions 14 aii-I 15, Town.  ship_2, Hort McNeill il{u\:c>.> l):> rictr;  llieiice north^55 oh.'iitvs.wi-i: or less 10  .high waler mark on I'/.enor li side 01 l'o>t  McNeill Harbor; Uicnce c.i-vcily !.iu������-...;  shore line ,to i;uer>cci.oi-i tjf.Jjtci'o.i-; ::,;  and 24, Town ship j!, thenc--: ^oini'r,'.'. A  fhiins niore or leas 10 l.i^h v.-.-u-.i .r.iik  01; south d-ore of .Fot '��������� M ~ N'e:!i i', :u bor:  ihence westerly ulony .-iu>ie lino u> puiur  of commeiicemeiU. 'HommjA. I.\i::d.  ���������K. I'rio-c, ,i;jcni  Dated liii-5 lit day of Scp'c-'nl3������-r, uu  NOTICE is horelij-fc',vw.i tn. v i.i. lhe  .nxfc n:eoUa|? <'f die ISoiA.il ������>' Tji<;-i! en  kCoaimissimois of tha Ci>y ni Cumber  lad, I iuiernl it. ��������� >p -'y for o  renewal cf Ilu1 lioU.l iioonjo h .Id hy mc  for the h\w England Uctel, aimat^J 0:1  the o.-ufc half cf lot'3, ii>*i;l<ck 3. Ciiui!).>  laud Tow 1 si to. -'"-x*   /  '':- ���������- -.JAMES .WALTERS.  Da'.etl tliis.T.h day of-Sbv^ 1911.  PIANO  Ttve 6E0. A. FLETCHER Music Co., Nanaimo, B.C  T. E. BATE,  lineal Agent for Cumberland, ll.C  R.UP&UT LAND MSXHftJT  J >ls;uat<'6i>ita{*n't.'  TAKiEnot'ce that 'ifeirior* Muo'L '-con ,  of Viuio jivpr, ll.C.    iccujmt'on^ Widov.;,  i- teuds to t)\ipiy ,f- r icr.1 id-.i-m to pur-"  chase ttiefoiluwii.g.dsciiib.d la-.d i (3 ib.  m-njuiy at tt ap *t planted  al.out  oim  mils north and 40 chait b eat.t of the X. K.  corner of Sec'iou 4, T-wiuhip .8,   thei.ct*  mrb 80 chains, Jbhepce case .80 ch-i s*^  ���������ho -ce aout,r-80 ciiiiu*.   theueo west  SW  uhgipg ioj>lnej.^i.(M>'jiia^Moeirient, ooi:ti^B  "up640 8bres,.rn."rT������T Ufc-������.  1    Kcribcd on po t EML'k S.W. corner,  Kxdqua -Mab I.i:i:son-,  D 11 Oljik, Ago.-t.  Dat d.f>5cemln)riltli, 1.010.  .     liabiliiy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  ..,.'.],        . 1 1  ,.,    ���������,-,- - -���������  ������������������!    m,.mr  for information white thk  Vancouver Island  insurance Go,,  820 fort Str^t       ���������      -      -      -      ViaOWA, B.C.  ti ���������  %iiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiii^  MOVING ?  Pianos and  fukniturk  FreiRlit, Wood .and Coal'Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  R-ICIIARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5Yv.  Windermere Avck  ORDHUS TAKKN l;OR NUT' COAL  1912,  i   Dated this utb. day of l*cb-  . , 4 ,. ��������������������� 1    n AT ^  V <������*i|������ ^      * XJ ���������   ������ '  HRUNO MKIJyADO  ���������'���������-,    Administrator of the   Kstnie  'of J. A, Mellado deceased.  !l iMMpW|||inniiimfg-|'Bi'" m' i 'i'i " ������������������������������������--������������������^������������������***"*������ji"M|''1'  boofe's Cotton Root Compound.  Th������ (mint Uterlrft Tnnjf. iijiJ  jririly   wifo  (���������tli><-iimi Wnnllih'  ���������iltABuUtoron whlcli women a\a  MMUIlOO  doSnid. Bold In tlimi ������I������ikto������i  n|^trettRtli-No. h ������������ Ko ������  for ni'ooliil.NMM.jfi por bof.  feoW hy nit dniMvite, or ifu  ^^i.tV*m%m  ������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������-��������� mm*m  .*.������  [r. R.l Ticos, \V. lVrruusos,  LiouteuHut-Govornor.  CAN AD V :|  PUOVINCEof ItltlTISU   COLUMBIA  GKO������GE:i'iiu Firm, ly the Oruoo or  God, of llio Uuitad Kiugdoni of Gicat  Hrit.u'n nnd Iruhntl, and of ,tUn Britiu 1  Domini uh Loyomt tlio  Souk  K1NU,  D.fcndor of tho Fuitli,, Umpororof  India.  To jill to whom thoao i)ren*iniB hhull c-ine  ���������Ghkktino.  W. J. JJowHisit,. iWUKHKAS ������|ii������:i  Attoruuy-Gouirnl i ** cation lini-  been nmdu in V.i 1 Ucn^iiii* tliu Li dton nt-  Govuiuor i'i Ci una 1, 11 nil or t!j> "]\Iunici  pVitiuH Inonrpo'iitimi Aot," by thn Xluni  0 pnl Council of tho lily ol Ouinlit'rUn'',  to ox lend tholijnili of tlio Muiiioipulity,  ill rtCOnrdlUICo villi a 10 oluj.lim Jllll-Hcil b.,  tivo-thinlH ft llio iminliflH tberonfund  ���������    ��������� , NOTICE  Any juM'son, or portinnn, cutting  MMiivIng or taking any blncl<p,  tlinboi' or wood, of any dohcrijiliodi'  wlongin^ to tlio Wellington Colliery CVy,, or from or off tlio land  of tlio Raid Compiiny, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  nnyvvlici'o upon the eqmpany'H  land will hu proiujentodlo tho full  extent of tliG hi������'i.  W. ).. COllbSON,  (4iMHM'id MnnnrTov.  Wollingtoii Colliery Co,y.  D. A. Thomas���������tip-to-^^  piano tuner from Fletcher Music  Co,, Nuuaiiiio,   is   in   town   for obnflrii.eil by a v������,io*f th������d������otor,i;  ,  ��������� ,.    , ������   iv   ���������   i'--(\i���������. AM) WIIICIIIWH tllfUMI/HKtof ^lOOMIlOlil  business.   Orders lc t at umn- of m rd l||ftll 0|le.,m|f jtl V)l}u(ii), iMtJ Unt,  berland Hotel will be promptly  attended to.   Phone a j  -lO-  feol-l hy all  iirciMiIil on  Y^$mT>\>\tii,AM_*m t������i  J^mfW* tip������)frtyWtntt*i*\  euusouirK for thk ^ijws  Reinonibur Hurry C. Kvnns  Tho Uelinblo Piano"Tuiuii- is in  your vicinity. I*. 0/ uiUlronn,  m Uolol. Comox, 11. C.  tVANTKfJ���������A livo ttinbitioim  boy t������> wt BitbscriptloiiB for ub in  hiHSparo tiinp. Wrlto fur pur-  ticuKii'rt MimliWiii'H Miiguxiiu������,,JW:7  Ponder Bt. Viuicoiivi'i'.  mafj^mmm. -IW WW  -'20 Heron of  'taim-XHtti.  Hiding on looomotivofl and rail  *ay cara of the Union Holliory  Company by any pernon or per-  ioiih���������flXMpt tniii utr-w���������i.: Hfrint ly  prohP-'tcd. Kmploycpg "n ������uh-  '''(: t > f-Upmiccul lor nllowing mjiiii-  11 y order  W. !,.  COULSON,  (���������*������cr<il Mn������nj;cri  FOR 8AI.K���������UO iieres ol- un  cli'iirwl   land.    Koiir inllw* from  Cuiiiht������rln|id and one milo from  Mjnlo hcIiooI.    Apply Alex iSoni.  I       ..    i������   t\  ti      t  i'     i    i.i  li. C  V/.it|(>'*. ������ .-���������������  fK VOU WANT  GOOD PBIBfHQ  UIVK U8.A TRIAL  to bo ii.oliuU-d within tlio bonudiiriuN of tin-  propmcil ixtnnilon ulliotnil thcrobyi mi'l  who bto inlitloil to potltiou for ii.co ji >m-  tion an it Miin'filiiiilliy, lm������ bem ubUini'd  at ri )������1| In 11 undor tho jirovlNloim ol  motion 10 if thn ml I Aotj  Nuw know vn, th'/ioliiro, Unit by viitiu*  of tlm un h������ii y oi.iitiiiui.l iH llio Hiilil  "MUnk'i|iiil'i<fi Iiiccrjioiiiiioii A������t," \V������  do Imoby iirouliilin that tho limilH of tho  JJ.rpor.rion of tho Ci'y tf Ci.nil) rhud  ahull bo (.ml tlicy boio'iy ai 0 ext u led fnin  the J������t dny Of ./iinuiry, iOIV, Hit iu to in<  nindo HlockOii", Ui\Oio, mul Illook It,  LutH 0m������. T m; Tlmt", mid Foiir, holiij< a  imbil|v|h|on of purl-of Lot Twouly-ciii',  KcIhoii Uiu ijut.  Im Twimovv* Wmv.hmiv, W# linvr* ciiihimI  llnno Onr bflttor������ to tio mndo I'd'ont,  nml tlio Giout Hen\ ot Our ������oid Prov*  lino to bn l.orounto tfllxed.  WlTNKMH,    ll'H   KoiiOlir  T������I))IAH  Wii-hon  .. t ���������, i'     ......  ��������� iiid I'r.tvinco of Hritiili C'lunibi*, In  Our Oity of Vlaoiin, ibw twonty.jlnt  thy of bco inbor, in lh������> )cir < f ihr  },' id mo Utiiuiiind nio luiiidriil ������iul  liVven, nnd in the u-eo ij joar of Oar  it-Inn.  )ly(.Vnnii������tiil.  HKNUVtSSOXYOUHO,  1'rovinciilHtorotiry,  '      KUPKKT LAND DI-TMCT  DistriC'.'of Ri pect "  TAKE roriCI'l that Adchiido Erin  C ark IJr..\vu, of DrnoUtio.d N. Y'^,  married womau. iulunda to apply f r,p-!r.-  inioaion lo purcfusoitho 'foUowbi-^ dn-o.nl>  edLi-de,:���������C .mint'DC ng ul a post pl.iili tl  it boi thiveat oori.or of .S oiiou 19, Tnwii'  ������hip 9, thon.-o noi tli SO chniim,, 't'.uiat  oabt SO cliaint;, thenco t.outli 80 clmiiiH,  tin net vvtbt SU.gSwiiiH to plst-o of coiiinictw-  ment cortalning.CtO ncion-ni'������ra or Ici-p,.  Soiibcd on poHt A.IS.tMUVS.W. cor  A.m;i..vipK KHT,r,n (Jla-iik lliiowv.  Dan Olark, ug. li������,  Du'od Decondjor 19th, JIllO.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DiEtrict >of Itujiwt  TAKE notwo ' tlmt Rinhmoinl  iCharlos Bigfl of Vnuoouvor, ti. <j,���������  Broker intends to apply for per  mififiion to puroham tho followii'n  describod landfii��������� Commenciiig nt  a poet pbinled nt -j   post  lutwcun  Section 181c, Township 9, an 1 fc'uet'  ion 1!1, Township 20, thstico wct-i *j0  chuine,  thenco   noulh   40 clinioCj  th .net wifl 'JOclmiii', tlii'occ wiul  8'.) cluiini-; ll.oiu'i'i-iiHi   10  cluiiii.-,  'iii'iico mo ih ���������.!(> cliuion, '.Ikou'ii om-v  ���������10 chains, l lie nee nouivliOoiiaiin* .to*  puicoof (���������oiniii'!iiU!tii<iiil, etnitiiiiiiiii.''  6-10 ncriK anno or le^:  ficrlli'wl or, pom HOB'dN ICnnr.  UlcjIMONn CjlAUIJV-5   UlFf-i.  Dan Clnrli, fluent,  Drtied December J'?l h, 1010.    ,  HlJl'Unr I^Nl) Id.JfJtlCT  !)n,l.r!ot of Hupcit,  TAKK NO'TltB  Mint   I'Mwrd   Uj������-,������������������..  f Hiiul'iiiiitm. f'Y, ������'<*i'(cl.iMiii,lntcidM(in  upply fur  |iiiiii imilori lo j/urchaMi lh<- lot'  lowniKdoK'Hbud limili.;-0"iniiMJin.iiiin/ nt  i p Ht pltllllul  '2.   Jlli'Orf      Wlht     lif     till  nouth <'imtuuii.tr ol Sifl.|..|i iw, -fWiifililw  ���������Id, ihniuiu \iii'<t Kllolianic, itii.ii.fi. Miutli  KOoi'lilnii, tlmuro oii*t MO iibaini., thtlio*  \v i- h HO cIm.i.n ti'j.J on ofiioiMiivuseituul^  uiiiMui'.ln^41111 uci'i'H, iiiort or 1 ,u,  Hjribul on pont VA)'* N.K, omner.  lillWAKO Ihio,.  Dan Clork, Auonl.  U4UL   ,tO, OMl'lMI   It)  <l.   1.1 If.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami all KITCHEN . UTENSILB  Sportsmen* Goods  mul  General Hardware 4vt  '"v  'NL  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, E. C.  THOUGH IT'S "ONLY A GOLD"-  STOP IT BEFORE IT STOPS YOU  Have you ever heard of a ca������e of  catarrh, bronchitis, inflammation ol the  lungs, or pleurisy that did not start  ���������witli a common cold?  livery cold vo-.t catch has in it the  makings of'one cr other of ihcse diseases, if itcan break down your defences.  And even if it does not develop into  something more dangerous, it will keep  you thoroughly miserable for a week or  two at least.  The wise course, as soon as you feel  the cold coining on, ia to start taking  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of linseed, Licorice  ind Chlorodync, and keep it up till the  cold is knocked out completely. This  ���������plendid cough syrup will do the trick  quickly and thoroughly.  You can feet pcrlectly safe in taking  Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice  and Chlorodync, or in giving it to your  children.       We'll   gladly   give   your  fihyslcan a H?tof its ingredients if,you  ike. Your Druggist can supply cither  ascor 50c. bottles. The National Drug&  Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.    117  They Changed  Places  After ho had roughly shaken off the  Oil on, the.Waters  It -. has long' been known.. that  oil  A Tactical Blunder,! 0  It was not an important case, but  tho youug lawyer w^s anxious .;* to  shine. When at last thero stepped Into tho box a diminutive but-at-elbows  youth, the pleader thought his  chance had come.  "You Just'loaf about���������stand on the  :orner. Any occupation of any kind'?"  "No,"ancl the youth shook his head.  "You just loaf about, stand on the  corner of the street, and so on."  "That's, all,, mister."-'*  "What does your father do?"  "Favther.   Nowt niucli."  "Doesn't he do anything to help  keep the family?"  "Some! lines 'E gets an odd job now  in' agin like." '.    . ���������*..-������������������  "Ah, the young barrister smiled. "As  1 matter of fact, your father Is a lazy,  worthless, good-for-nothing idler."  "Ah, dunno," drawled out the-youth.  "Maybe he Is, maybe he isn't. Anyway, you can ask lilm for yorself. 'E's  ilttln'there on the jury."  Pain Flees Before It.���������There Is more  rlrtue in a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Ec-  tectrlc Oil as a subduer of paiu than  In gallons of other medicine. Tlie.  nubile know this aud there are few  households throughout the * country  where It cannot he found. Thirty  years of use has familiarized the  people with it, and made it a household medicine throughout the western world.  Coming to the Point.  After half an hour o������ silence Hirai-i  suddenly spoke.  "Bally, I've been a payin' my re-  anectB to you for flvo years ��������� com.  n'est August, ain't I V'_   "Yes," Indeed, Hiram," was the t"e~-"  mnlous reply.  "Why?"  "Well, all I'm a-goin' to say is that  Vm durned sick of, the iustairnen.  plan."  "6o'm II " said Sally.  head of ths third belated passenger  poured. upon ' the surface of stormy  water has a wonderful effect ln calming It, and many- 'vessels have prob?  ably been saved from destruction from  this simple means. -     T -  JTho reason of this curious effect,of  oil upon the water Is superficially, ap^  parent." It depends upon the vlBCOBltyr  or adhesiveness, of the oil, which  cause's it to act somewhat HUe a.skin  drawn over the more unstable surface  of the water, so that the tendency of  the latter to break into spray "as It Is  driven hy tho wind Is restrained. The  danger to ships from a high running  sea arises from this breaking of the  waves: As long as the surface of the  waves Is smooth .and unbroken, the  ship rides easily upon them..  ' But while lhe principle upon which  the oil acts Is thus evident enough,  the real method If Its'action is not so  apparent. This has been subjected  to. a mathematical investigation by a  British scientist.  It Is shown that.the viscosity of oil  Is so much greater than that of -water,  being in tho case of-.olive-oil more  than two hundred and thirty times as  great, that tho water may be regarded  as a frictlonless liquid In comparison  with the oil. Tho surface tension between the oil and the air is also shown  to be considerably greater than that  between the oil and the water, with  these data It Is found that there-will  be no breaking of .the waves unless  the latter vary ln length .between two  fractions of a centimeter, namely,  nine-elevenths and five-sixths.  Tho result would, of course, vary a  littlo with different kinds of oil, and,  as a- matter of fact, the reports of  ���������mariners show that there is a considerable difference ln tho effect produced upon tho waves, depending upon the sort' of oil that is used. " Pe-  troleum and various kinds of flsh-olla  have been employed. Tho effeot Is  always found to be beneficial, though  varying ln degrees.  who had sought iepo3e on his shoul  der, the stout man proclaimed in a  voice loud enough to be heard by everybody in the car thai next time anybody went to sleep with his head pillowed on his shoulder, he would give  that head a good punching, that's  what ho would do.  The stout man's wife said "Sh-sh-  sh. James,- don't get so violent."  "Violent!" said the sto'ut man. "I've  a right to he violent. I'm no pillow.  I'm no feather-bed. If anybody thinks  T am just let him come along, and I'll  show him."   ���������  At the next stop two women came  in and found seats near the stout man.  Presently the younger and prettier of  the (wo began to yauw and drop hor  head. Lower and lower dropped  3ier head, and soon It found a substantial resting-place. The stout man  sat still; so very still did he sit that  his wife wondered what had happened  to him. She leaned over and looked  past his bulky frame to find out. Her  face flushed. - ...  VWhy! .James", she said Indignantly,  "don't you remember what you said a  little while ago about punching headsf  There's a head on your shoulder now."  "Is there", said tho stout man,  meekly.   "I hadn't noticed it."  It was apparent then that if there  was , any, head-punching to bo done  somebody besides James would have  to do it. Also it -was apparent that  somebody was perfectly willing to undertake tho job.  "James," r-aid the stout man's wife,  significantly. ,  ��������� He wriggled uneasily until the.head  was gently dislodged;.then the "stout  man and wifo changed places.  Rejoice, Ye Landsmen  Of cures and preventatives for seasickness there have been no end.  Many attempts havo also been made  to diminish the rolling of shlp3, the  most successful of which, perhaps,  has been the application of the gyroscope. A German engineer named  Frahm, claims,to havo solved the riddle by placing a tank on each side of  the vessel. The two tanks aro connected by a pipe provided with any  suitable devico for varying its effective cross-section and tho fractional  resistance opposed to tho flow of the  water. In this, way the oscillation of  the mass of water from side to side  can be regulated in period and phase  so, that it counteracts the rolling  tendency of tho ship. The Frahm apparatus has given very successful results during a trial on two of the Hamburg-America company steamers���������  the "Pirango" \and tlie "Corcorada,"  and Is tb bo installed on ..their colossal new steamer, the "Eurppa,." The  idea Is not a new ono, though apparently Frahm has improved upon the  methods of regulating the "water flow.  A-simi!ar-dev!ce-was4rled,oa_H,M,S.  Inflexible so far back as 1883.  As a vermicide there Is no preparation that equals Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator. It has" saved the llv������u  of'countless  children.  Comforting  Mother (in a very low voice)���������  Tommy, your grandfather is very slob.  Can't you say something to cheer him  up a bit"? -    ��������� ������������������ - ' ��������� -    ���������  Tommy (in. an earnest .voice).���������  Grandfather, wouldn't you like to have  soldiers at your funeral?  HE COULD NOT  SLEEP AT NIGHTS  ������_*  lOIT  -': NO BTJRff ED, BREAD  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  No need to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it,     MOONEY'S BISCUITS are  always riglit ��������� every biscuit inspected before jt'.is  packed-r-and they are as fresh as the product .of your  -��������� - ���������,--     -1   .- ��������� ���������' '������> - - -  own oven. - '   '     -  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  Mm9mmaaamaaaammma^aaammamm--ammrm^mawm^am������^im*^^.^mmm^*mia^^  SODA BISCUITS  ���������re the great favorites for every day use.  They, are made'in* the big sanitary factory In  ^Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  In sealed tins as you prefer.    ���������  ���������  "LET MOONEY  DOIT"  .m^'**fVt -  TILL.    HE     FOUND     RELIEF  DODD'S KIDNEY RILLS   .  IN  xntw Is moro C'atami tn ������nls section of the cotinni  thin r'' ntjitr (llmw* nut. toxetlier, ana until tho loll  tan mn wai supposed to bo Incurable. For a gral i  many Tears doctors pronounced it n local dlscasa r.id  grnerlbed local remedies, and by constantly falllni  > cum with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable,  Seine* haa proven Catarrh to bo a constitutional dls.  mm, ������nd therefore requires constitutional treatment  Htll'i Catarrli Cure, manufactured by l-\ J. Cheney  >% Co., Toledo, Olilo, I.i tlio only Constitutional curo on  th* m������k������t. It Is taken Internally In dewes Irom 10  drop* to a teaspoonful. It acta directly on tlio blood  UA mueoui lurfaces o.' tho Bystem. They offer ono  hundred dollar* tor any case It falls to cure. Send  IM circular* and testimonials.  Addriwi: 1', J. (JHKXr.Y & CO.i Toledo, Ohio.  5old by PrurtgNtR, 75c .'  ���������__������ Hall's Family I .lfi, for constipation*  A Simple Answer  'A..'law caso was proceeding In old  Mexico, aud a mining export was ou  thi stand an witness.  "Whoro woro you born, sir?" iu-  quired tho lawyer.  "In England,* sir."  "How manuy times lmve yon crossed  the Atlantic?"  "Twenty tinioB."  Tho lawyer ..1i.mi.iod up and address-  ������d tho Jury: "Your honor, I Impeach  the verriclty. of thin witness, lio says  he was horn In JOngland and crossed  the Atlantic twenty times. It would  be Impossible for hlrn lo lmvo crossed  tho Atlantic ihat number of tlnios and  bd on thin sldo now. There Ih perjury horo, your honor. Ills visits to  this oldo would malm odd numbers,  and yet hp is haro and has the audacity to swear that ho has crossed llio  Atlantic twenty ilineu. I lupcaoh  hlrn, your honor."  "How do you explain this?" ashed  the judgo stonily,  "Why," wild iho-witness. "Hie last  time I came lo Uils eounh-y, 1 cnnio  by way of tho Tacirie Ocwin,"  tone'  Young and old lmve  them. Some abuse tlicm.  They get tired, starved,  SYMPTOMS :-Losa of  sleep and appetite, in*  digestion, irritability,  eventually wrecked con*  aitiuiiuii.  Alcoholic remedies  stimulate only.  Scott's Emulsion  soothes and nourishes,  feeds the nerves. A  natural ncrvc-food, containing the sails of Hypo-  phosphites, Iodine und  Glycerine.  NO ALCOHOL.  In the Prevailing Mode  Now if Hie file In a raspini  should call the singer a bore.  And a monkey wrench a nut from  tlio vise, would tho plane just smooth  things o'er?  If tho house was full and the water  drunk, would tho hose reel all around?  And If tho waters could speak as  they flow how would Lcmg Island  Sound?.'  If you board a spell at a shore hotel  Is tho billow that you pay? '���������  If a single car weighs several tons,  how much (Ioob tho wholo subway?  Can a scavanger be a cheerful man  when he's always in tho dumps?  If tlio water,pipes in a danco hall  burst would Iho dancers uso their  pumps?  .���������.Jf; a "Harvard oarsman, rows In a  shell, In what does llio solmon roe?  If no grass.|s grown in tho.frozen  North, what thon does the Eskimo.  If a gun missed flro would a.parachute?   This stuff gives mo a pain. .'  If Franklin Park is a* beautiful spot  why Is Jamaica Plain?  If tho bullfrog wore a hobble-skirt  would tho Illy pad���������and hark? "  If a parrot cun swear, can a crocus  (00?   Enough ore .we all grow III!   **'  This Is the frivolous sort of things  Ihat is dubbed a Daffydill.  A Milan Skyscraper  Milan Is moving with the limes, and  will soon havo a skyscraper unique ln  Us kind in .Europe, according, to a  Paris contemporary.'1 It will ho of  fourteen slorloB and attain a height  of fifty meters, or over 158 foot. It  will bo erected In tho Placo du Dome,,  on the sight of tho Cadlcan, Iho famous residence of tlio more famous  fllnngiiloa/.zo Vlsonnto, Duke of Milan,  noted for his coiKiuiists and his patronage of art. Thoro will bo sovon el-  ovnloni. so that tho highest Btory can  bo reached with oaBo. The Idea Is duo  to tho ooiiHldorably Increased value of  land In tho city,  A Feint Impresalon  An Irishman, moro patriotic than  clever, enlisted lu a dragoon regiment  with tho Intention of becoming a gal-  hint soldier. Tho fencing Instructor  hud experienced rather a difficult. Job  In the mutter of explaining to him  llio vnrloiiH ways of iiHlng llio sword.  "Now," ho mild, "how would you use  Hie sword, If your opponont'feinted?"  "Hedad," said Pat, with gleam I np  eyes, "I'd tlcklo lilm with (lie point to  uijo If ho was lihatnnilng."  Fredi Swanson; of���������"SaskatcRewan7  sends a message of cheer to those  who feel the weariness and discouragement that comes from  broken rest.  Macklin, .Sask.-r (Special)���������Those  who suffer from sleepless nights aiid  get up in tho morniug .feeling tired  and discouraged will find renewed  hope in tho statement mado by Fred  Swanson of this place. He could not  sleep, at nights. Ho discovered .tho  cause. It was Kidney troubio. He  discovered the curo. It It Dodd's Kidney Pills.'  "Yes," Mr. Swanson says in an interview regarding his case, 'T. waa  troubled'.with my Kidneys for over a  year, so bad that I could not sleep at  nights. After using one box of Dodd's  Kidney .Pills ��������� I found great relief.  Four boxes removed all my pain aad  now I sleep well and I am as strong  In my Kidneys as'any man."  If tho Kidneys are wrong tho blood  Uocomos clogged with impurities.and  natural rest , Is ..an impossibility.  Strong, healthy Kidneys mean pure  blood, now lifo all over tho; body and  thnt delightful rest that Is tho sweet-  opt thing in life. ' Dodd's Kldnoy Pills  always'make strong, healthy Kidneys.  Capable  A certain editor had cause to admonish his son on account of reluctance to attend school,  v "You must go "regularly and learn  to be a great scholar," said the fond  father encouragingly. "Otherwise you  can never bo an editor, you know.  What would you do for Instance If  your.paper came out full of mistakes?"  The child looked lip into his parent's face with childish-Innocence.  "Father," he.said' solemnly, "I'd  blame 'em on the printerl".-- ������������������  And then the editor fell upon his'  sonlB_neek, a nd Jwept_tGar_uof _joy_._He.  know he had a successor for the editorial chair.  ; .The PHI' That Leads Them All���������  Pills are-tho most portable aud compact of all medicines, aud whon easy  to jako aro tlie most acceptable of  preparations.' But' thoy must attest  their power to bo popular.. As Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills are tho most  popular of all pills they must fully  meet all requirements.- -Accurately  compounded and composed, of ingredients proven lo bb effective in regulating the digestive organs, thero is  no surer medicine to bo had anywhere.  On the Lone Trail  It was ln the backwoods of Canada  that the young Englishman and his  wifo had settled down.,. But rarely  did they see a fresh face, and oven  when a stranger did chance to call it  was always late at night; in the early  morning ho would be away again.  -���������So little Johnny.had to content himself with his own amusements and  find out excitement for himself. By  the time he was' four years old, he  know the names of dozens of animals  and birds, but very little about-human  nature.   Que day he:saw_a_Btrange,_uiilcnown  creature approaching his. home. lie  watched it until it camo quite near,  and now thero seemed something familiar about It. Ho turned and ran,  wild with excitement.  "Oh, mummy, look, quick!    Here's  a funny flng, like farver, coining."  It was the 'second inali he had "ever  seen. .   ,  Uses of. Time  '.'I saved ton minutes a day at lunch  for twenty years."   '  "What of it?"  "Oh, it-wa3 well that I savod thia  time, for now T spend two hours daily  In the antlroom of a dyspoppla specialist."  Many people havo receding gums.  Rub Ilamlins Wizard Oil on gums and  stop the-decay; chase the disease  germs with a mouth wash ot; a fow  drops to-a spoonful of water. ,  Littlo Gtvl."~-"l'vo got a father, and  a mother, and " a grand fathor." Old  (Jcnt.���������'.'Aiid ,ho\v old Is your grandfather?" Lifllo Girl.���������"I don't know,'  but wo'vo had him a long tlnio.V.   .  Mlnard's llnlmont curea garget In cows1  'Minister���������My dear littlo boy, why  ilon't you carry an umbrella when It Is  raining llko thin?   ���������  Donr Littlo Boy.-���������SInco pa has stopped going to church.ho novor brings  homo any moro umbrellas,  ALL nituaaitra  M-l������  Perhaps  "Why," snld tlio young   man   ik-ho  Hies  lo  lid cyuitai,    uiu  uoK't ami  liw.'ii-;; i'o ji'iiK'h innr 1* fnllliful In llir-lr  frlonilHhlps fov un thnn our follow  liuman-liolngH?"  "PerliapH," ropllert  Mrs. Cayauno,  "IL'h often du������ to tlio fact thai, wo ti'uut.  thorn with no much moro IiIiuIiiohb and  . .     1 ������    .*  A Typographical Break  Henry Wallorson, editor . of tha  Loulsvlllo .Couvior-Journal, wnH ono of  a group of nownpapor mon who, during  a convention of that fratornlty, wore  ono afternoon talking'of typographical  crroi'B.   Ho said:  "Whllo I'vo hoard of a groat many  funny typographical broalcn in my  tlmo, about tho oddest and moBt humorous li'iinspoHllloii of typos that over  ottiiin to my,obfimTallon was that lu  a Now York papor nomo yearn ago,  The papor used to print tho (shipping  iinws ou llio snmo pngo with tho ob������  ItunrloH. Imagine Iho, glco' with which  itn readers found the captions changed ono morning, a long list of rasped-  ablo namoii being net forth undor (lib'  nifirlno head, 'Pnnnod Tlir.oti|jli ffoll's  Halo Yestorday.'"  \\ - -   - . . .  Tt In nol known Jmu how Vmr mm-  qultnii can livo hut tholr average life  Ib'much longor than I������ ordinarily supposed. Thousand!! of them live  through winter, hlbornallng or iiBlocp  in dink plncflH, and although tho lem-  .���������...nlili.r    ITMlV     f'lH     flV    llAlfMI-    fjv���������y;),Mf  ilKiy am not"winter killed, hut ou (ho  approach of warm wcathor boconio  at'tlvo again.  Itetuinoil Kicploror-���������"Yes, thn cold  'Hor. Father.���������I told you that -yop  could marry ray daughter whon you  could wrlto a chock for $50,000. Have  you written it?    .  .,  Hor Suitor���������Yob', sir; It only awaits  your'signature.  SJi/Mh Gum  ���������ulcbly slops coudh.i. cures r;oh!������. Iiral*  tlia Ihroat mil luntU ���������      iiti trnls.  An Armchair that Grew  "A Corean gardener once fashioned  an armchair of natural,growth, that  is to say, formed of ri vino whloh tlio  gardnor had bout or twisted so as to  pi'oduco, a chair. It Is also studded  with seeds of the glngkoo troo, which  has grown In to Iho flbro of tho vine.  Aftor the chair was fashioned in the  wnv It was cut from'tho* ground, dried  and pollshod, until it rosomblod .mahogany,., It Is'!) foot 4-inches high. 25  'lmjliflfl ln width and owing to tho hardness of the wood weighs over 100 lbs.  PILEQ CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAV8  Your ilniKKlnt will refund money If PAZO  (.).IN'l\MJSN'l,\fallH   in  ciiiu  11 ny  who  of  jinhlmr,  Wind,  Womllmr or   rrotrudlnir  1,'llftM In ll to .14 duy ii,    liOc.  "What did ho dio ot?" "A slight difference of Opinion, near as I,can find  out." "Oh, a fight." "Not at all."  "What thon?" "Doctors disagreed and  ho died before they settled It."  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  "What aro tho Christian names of  tho young oouplo noxt door?" "Wo  shan't bo ablo to find out till-noxt  week. -Thoy'vo Just boon married, and  ho culls her BIrdio and she calls him  Pottle."  Human Misery  If we could-measure-the pain" w������.  receive from unkind words and unkind deeds, fro.m expressions of .distrust, or suspicion, .or scorn, or reproach, from the forgetfulneBS of thoss  who remember and tho Indifference of  those wo cherish; wo should probably  find tliat it comprised by far' tho  greater part of our misery. Takon  separately each ono, of those littls  pangs so freely scattorcd around, and  so constantly.endured doos. not appear  so very important; .but, coming' as  I hoy do, ono upon anothor, day aftor  day and year after year, they press  heavily upon us, taking tho light from  the eyo and tho joy from the.countenance, and deepening tlio wrinkles  which eyo alono would trace hut lightly, "Small sands mako up the mountain, moments mako tho year, and  Irlflos the life.  Fathor (ImpfonBlvoIy)���������SuppoHo I  should bo takon away Hiiddenly, what  would boconio of you, my boy?"  Irrovomnt Son.���������"I'd stay horo. Tlm  quoBtlon la, What would becomo of  you?"  AH Alone,  MIhh Vocal���������I only slug whoro  volco lo. appreciated.  M!������s������ Hltt���������Do you sing   much  yoiii'Hoir, iU'.ti'?  my  to  Dlhucilon \t\ moro r-cs^iiry tr w--  men than otdiiuoiieis Iiooiuho Huy  hnvo lesH troubio to speak well than  to itpuak littlo.���������Father Du Iloao.  The Rea.on Why  limpidor.���������Why do you think this  dog was stolon from n lady?  Constable,���������Ueeiumo when l walked        -.,.���������.  down street with It, lUtoppcd In front wan mo Intcniio at tlm Polo wojiad to  of all  tlm rtrnpwi'  wIihIowh. f' '"' '���������"''" nni "" Ann"   XUu"  Tho ('uiUfiiiitM'.-lit this doulilM'utcIt  Hl'cnuititlcm Hrmu'dy any good'.'  Thn Drugglfct.���������Iii'nt on tho market.  Try it oii.c, and you'll nlwayr. uto it.  bo careful not to pot our dogs." MIhh  YoiiiuithliiK-"Indi'ed'. Why wim  that?" It. K.���������"You non, tholr tails  worn fro/on Mltff, and It they vuKgvil  tln'in ihey broko off."  W. N, U. No. 8?������.  I.iuidlady.���������Irtii'l that good chicken?  ! t't>Ilej<������ Hoarder.���������-It mny have l������oon  ; a Rood chicken morally, but physically  I li Is a wieck.  "Hul," protested tho wayward son,  "you Hhould mako allowance for the  folH"������ of yotilli." "Nm!" growled lh������  old num. "If It wasn't for the allow,  anci! you got UioiVd i>o lunn Ml),'  THE BEST WAY TO KEEP  THE HANDS GLEAN,   ���������  Women have to do dirty work on Uia  farm tt������ woll na the men, Cleaning lamps,  Wacklng stoves, mrlng potatoes,  ucritbtuug lloorr. ami milking, arc all  hard on the hnndn.  Tlw lhoui..uiil*i win* ate u*Ing ftXAP  find it eanclly what women need, and  would not \w without a can,  Jt Is a wonderful hand cleaner,  Inctuntly removes dirt, slnlni and odor  without much rubbing, and keeps tho  hands smooth and five of chap?, Il ii  fcesH'i;; inul .uiltr.'rptic.   l^.a'uu,  U#  Hard on the Colonel  An Irish battalion contained a man  who was noted for liis general untidiness and. who could not bo mado to  Improve hlmsolf, olthor by rbprimand  or punlHhment. At. last a commanding  officer hit upon, a bright Idea. Ho  ordered Pat to bo marched up and  down tho,linos of the wholo battalion,  the men being told to tnko a good-  look al. him. At Iho conclusion, how-  over, Patrick unabashed, saluted Iho  Colonel and nald, "Dhlrllost roglnionl  OI Ivor IiiRpectod.sorr."  The Stranger.���������"And who are tho  ���������Murphy's imcosloi'H?" Mr. Murphy���������  "Ancestors! What's that?" Tho  Tho Stranger.���������"I moan what do the  Mui'iihyii spring.from?" Mr. Murphy.  ���������"Tho Murphy'ii miring from no one,  Thoy spring at thlm."  Indlgnaiir"l^"rglibo7^"Tiie littlo  hussy, Fancy hor mother allowing  her to. go about In ono of (horn Dlroc-  lory dresses, It's scrindtilouH," Tho  Littlo ITiujry.���������"'Taint, a Directory  dress; It's an accident.' I foil off the  fence and tore my frock."  Patloiil.--"The oMiuiilmUloii hopwu  to lmvo delighted you, doctor. I Judgo  from your happy countenance, that  ���������you can euvo my life." Div Hawbones.  ���������"I ennnot promise you that, but wo  must. porTorm a number of most In-  torofUliig operations upon you,"  The Parrot's Tooth.  A JiUlu gin out;i������ buuiiou tint: iicaii  cf a parrot. The llliuiliu^d tilrd hit  her. Sim wrung her torn finger and  cried:  "Oh, dear! I thought It v.ns a iio^o  and here It's u tooth."  n.ll. (wo persona to view tho same object at tho same tlmo, has been Invented hy a Swiss optician.  When hia friends toll'him to'-hop*  for tho best tho wise man knows It  Is -all over but the funeral.  Tread till llfo'n ways with aivod,   ex-  peel ant feel: I  Men Jostlo Hen von In overy common ���������  I       ut.Cf:t.-���������Uiiigbrldgo.  , ��������������������������� ��������� ���������������������������  1 He who will iicvcv do uitylhlitg Ilinl.  j he id uot paid for will soon reach (lio  I place that no one will pay for anything  1 ihat ho does.���������Christian UoBlater,  I Inlaklng nnd outglvliig���������Koltlug  i good and giving good-that Is our  . i.'.iiln imalncuo.��������� *C. 'J. Amen,  By Lydia E, Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Boiler!vor. Que, ��������� ''Without &ydl������  E, Finkham's Vogotable Compound I  would not bo alive, For -livo months I  had painful ond irregular periods and  Intuimmatlon. of  the uterus, 1> Buffered llko amartyr  ami thought often  of death, I consulted two doctors  who could do  nothing for ino, I  went to u hospital,  and tho best'.doc?  tors said I must  ���������submit,to ������nopor������  ation, boeuuso I liad o tumor. I went  back homo much discouraged.. Ono of  my cousins advUod -ma to taks you;  Compound, Jislthad cured lior. I did  so nnd Boon commenced to feel potter,  and my appotlto cumo back with ths  fli-Bt bottle.   Now I feel 110 pain ond  Mill  CCUfcd. mmm..lmt,t_ilj     )J   Uv.lb.   ��������� <"���������  of prnlne." ��������� Mrs.  Wmma. CtiATRTj,  ValloyflsM, Uollorivor, ljuobec,  Anotker Operation  Avoided.  PoufflikcopHie, N. Y. ���������I run a sowing  machine In n largo factory and got all  run down. I limi to glvo up work for I  could 1101 sltttul lhe }mm iu u������y Imc&.    ,  Tho doctor said I needed an operation  for womb trouble but Lydia E. Pink-   ,  ham's Vegetable Compound did mors  for mo than tho doctors did.  lhnvs  gained five pound*. I hope that evory  ono who is suffering from femals  trouble,   nervousness  and backachs  will take tho Compound. I owe my  j  thanks to Mrs. Pinkham.   Bho Is'tin;  ���������  working girl's friend for health, and  all womon wlio suffer should write to k<  her and tako lior udvlee.~Mi8BTli.T4a  Pl.KNJSKJ.UJay St., J'oughkeopBio.N.Y.  Thirty years of uiiparalleled succens  conlirms the |iower of Lydia IS. rinlc-  bum's Vogutabl* Compguiiil to cu������������  fsuiule il-iwiucu. .. ' tamtam  i f St ���������  :!--���������.VX.'-.^N::  -- -V  :. i  if :?������������������>  ���������J*i/-..',S*\ .*������'>.'* - -  'VJir-rv.-i:  '   ..-���������;-!t"'';ii*������5?;    -  "'",'.     '."' -'  *PTT"E.  YP.WQ  ub  .   .    ������*-*K������������r-**'������     <������  rTT^fP^'TtT   ������ ^r^    *n���������.p  \f  DEADLY EDITOR.  ���������������������������r -         -i  '    "'        : . f    ���������  The Arizona Kicker Man Explains  Fatalities.  JC>^  TRAINED ..FOR   HIS .CAREER.  ���������f  Worked Up HU Nerve Untl| H<r Was  '   Not Afraid to"Tackle aGriizly Bear.  Has   Private   Graveyard "and ., Pittju  Monument Above Victims! -'  By M. QUAD.  tCopyrlght,  1311,  by  Associated' Literary  PrcB3.] .  PICTURE to" yourself an editor  seated in bis sanctum on tho  fourth "floor, if his office. For  tho moment ho Is uot writing  aa artlclo advising that tljo long suffering people tuni out"and make a bonfire of every cold storage house in the  country.      ? '  ,0n the contrary, ho Is looking out of  his window with a "sad expression on  his face and moisture in liis eyes as  'they look down upon his private editorial graveyard���������the only one of "its  kind Iii" tbo world. Twenty-three men  lie sleeping there���������a sleep that shall  last until  the- trumpet awakens  ull.  ' Twenty-thre<5 headstones '-'-give the  names to the world. Over the green  graves the trailing arbutus trails^.  Thoso mourns nre as carefully tended  ."as if they covered tbo remains of children. *  |1t<^ a\ftfiiierai. ;acprt\TV ������������fl a'bead1  atone, am\th������ editor fbtfied tbe h_U./>  . 4F  .Th������ jromber.finally reached dv^-theft  ttri, -then flfteWh. The editor p&yefl  that the bad men -would keep aw^  -.bU&they continue*! to arrlv������. They^i  that there was'something really funny  abojjt it; ;The fifteen beeama elghteiepj;  twenty; then a rest, and then th$eeIpi  ���������succtyslom Witt* the.t^*gy-thlrd thS  'Waiter1 betteWai=ttfati'th������^ia*t ba$ij������b  ln the country had gone to bin re^ral^;  and he drew a long breath of relief axtd  hung his trusty gun9 oa the waft! aim  (Salt the-j'tij^ssedness oof peace.   \'~ ���������" 4  ���������>������������������..���������- ������������������   ,., ������������������ ...... ������������������..,.;������; - (s|-  And so he sits and locks BBt iin his'  private. g^vejrasfl % aad ^ocrowft thai  iifch"' a'-'thlng>liad':ttt,-'W^H rejoices  that h|s--gray - hairs ^U"no*4ffiSw feet  the-'-whl2 'or tio^&^bullot.;/apd Iji-  makos plans ^that. men o$ "ay nation?  shall bo b'i'otheVs ������to 'each' .mhor/ His  heart is overflowing with tie milk. o;t  human kindness.asx-h'e,.iblnk'������;and;he ii  about to add a million' dbllafo'tb^R-ocke.  teller^-ihookwocm. dQ-ojvtJeujifJven���������' -V  ��������� MSay yonr praters!'"-    i"^'  '}���������      -r  It, was Piko'a Peak Pet;tj|wbff stood  .'ln^Alie door "with a gun-iri either'han<ji  ,. He iiad-'rldden GOO mllcstto lilll th'o  editor. u'a'    /   ' ���������].  There was not a lino of$Ityfin!%is  face���������not an utom of qief-cy'-'in h������s  heart.       (>.   ,>t v'v'    j       i.  The editor recognized him from bnv.-  ing seen his picture' in a,Sunday pt^.  per on the samo page with-,Senior D***'  pew's" and-Fosy-iGrandpa's.   NO man,  had'eTcr^^eaped P. P, P.'^       '"   -i :*  hK>  ,   Tbo editor brushes the tears ,f rom bis  '" eyes, ���������sfghs"a lopg "sigh'and proceeds  tot rend-the  names  on-'the  stoues.  t   There is Tarantula Sara to begin wltb  " and Grizzly .loe.to end tbe Hue. Sond-  ..wlcbed.in  between  are Kooky  Pete,  ��������� "Awfur'Tom. 'Blood Rod Larry, Bowie  Knife Dick, Tornado Jim. .Whirlwind  ��������� Smith, Cut 'Em to-Pieces, fiank; Terrible Jones, Whooping Charlie and others. . Each one had lived iind. had his  " .day.. Each one halt whooped and  bluffed arid fallen Some had loft old  mot hers to-weep as they asked tlicm-  ' solves,'-"Where -Is* my., boy-.lohlght?"  while others never, knew-a mother's  love. " ^  Each and every oug^frtho twenty-  three .J^d ai;rlvejd.,atl Glveadam Gulch  In bounding spirits'; also wllh two gun?  buckled "around' lilm   and"his   son?"  brero on lhe bnck of his head.'.Each  ���������]Jb{j4   arrived   with   a   whoop.,    Each  "had'YSk^n a drink and made the statement that lie was from tlie headwaters  ~" ~ of LFiginhigTiwk"!TrHllin,o'str^vn^irom  ten to Of teen notches cilt-Jnlo the butt  of his favorite'shooter:   They sighed  for the reputation of being bad, nud  tbey got it.       ���������  ..-*.   .....  eras'  The edKor, makes a',Jpmp of fouKeen  feet, seizes a gun from tho wall-'rinfl ���������  ���������after ft'-singlt'report"; P'. P. P. is down  and out nnd tagged n,s' No. 24.      ' j  , "GentlemQn.V. saya'tiie editor, tp flfp*  people who rush inro'^liu room, "I hfi'tV  "Say your prayers!" ^ :;,'       ;.      iif.  Pike's Peak ��������� Peto threyr a note (^f  doom Into his voice. - If ije could pcar'e  tho edlfor'-to dea?h lt''Jwould 'save ->ai  cartridge:.   ��������� '���������   ���������        y-f-'- ������������������'���������&>'>>. . ,v.-  Tho editor tnrnctLaud looked'vit^hlm'  but preserved Bllenco. |t coiild not' be  seen that' he even winked, and It^was  afterward fo'und that liis Waterbiiw  .watch ffod.stopped dcjui,still^the^day'  before! lJt*was''a dntmatie'"'isYtU!ltibh:i  An actress discovcringj'that'her coachman-is one of, her, long'._l,ost husbands  couldn't'be'a't it.    '.' If;  -..   .. ii'/; ij ���������������  r.fi, .���������"%.'.  ���������   For-the'-thlrd.-tltf.e, )'')say your prpy-  ��������� COLORS 0# >ffe EASTH.; -I  "    "{��������� il,/ -\ ^ \ ^ t '  Vtgotatbn flap Irapertoht P*rt Ut'  Our Plantf c Aapaat  Tim two ^���������fttv������l^iM������tt#f dlfflajf-MMSt;  in tb* wm* rliadnt^inviii -wtatar ial  canuat-1 are, ef courae, th* prMenceof  now la. winter and of leara* ������sd gnM  tn'iramineW eayi'the Bclcutlflc Aster-  lean. If w* could look tt onr glob*  trom tb* moo'n'tM'Tkfiatton In It* aH-  peet due to, jwuional changes would  perhapif ts even mo'r������ ���������trllcliig ;than It  appears to, thou^on .the rarfac*.* V ,:,  In'fact,,** sometimes ioise ilfiht of  tb* V*y: im-poMht? Wt which ���������������������������������������  toitlon;.playn.^aigiylwc .color, tojwhAt.  might Vr-tetfett^thir c6uhtenahc*:bf:  ���������th*planet.-- ���������������������������������������������'-������������������������������������*-���������---^--. *--- -.  It la not the higher forms of, plants  ���������t^Naw"a_*B^rdduV������^thV'gifciit^' w-*  feet ln 4thl3-.way.-^,8o53ift of the mQs^  ���������trlklngj?������ifene^. upon* th'o eprth *'owe:  their charactetistie Ventures toraoss^a  and lichens. Thp famous "crimson  cllfrs^^t.QreeSiljgadii "^yhidx eiteid for  miles northward from Cape York, derive their splendid������'colo*Tftota.-,the*,  grot^h.of red Uchon.that cQvera.th,eir  faces. ''-'M .'���������' ��������� -'���������'    * ' ';':  '".  *   -,-"--'  The cliffs. rise between 1,700 and  2,000 feet straight from the -water's  edge, and, 'being, -composed ?ofi:grayJ  granite, their aspect jrrould be;.entlre.-.  ly different from what It Is but for  tho presence of tho liclieri. "'���������  Tho rocky pass called the Golden  Gate .in the Tell^wsfotio'Na'tipd'i] par^**  ojres its rich' coloV fiSd' its nnifie to the'  l^bjlow. lichen covering its lofty, WR'1^,  MScffheribdifScf ibafeftlfiies-of the feroaV  ,'hStf suring: teij.ac^tcrLsafV^tnyr������!5imv  tho presence of mlnuto plauts^flourlfih-  h_g*"Hn the-3wa'f(*r that Wc'rfiows-l'hJm.  .Gon'sidcred -as^ a -w^plei.the}.vegetation  !of a planet may give it a characleris-  "ttc'aspelt'as viewed''from space.'' Tliat  }ts brood; expanse of forest nnd'.prairiV  ljind.causes the,eartl) to, reflect,a con-,  ���������iiderabl'e quhnflfy of 'greCn "light' to-  Its .-neighbors Is.iridic&ted by/.thefact  ���������that at thettime ,pf .the., now ,mopnf" {l-  greenish tint has been defected qyer-.  'spreading that -part %t'the' h_naV-surface _ -^hicJi.jls-. .then-Uluminatedj-only"  by light from the earth.  For the Children  *  A  Pillar  of   Rosk  Carvad'by Naturo.  rf  $    r  :  '������'.  |������.-;-'  V  "   t:  'yjflf  sL-\  .-   Ma  "m     *:<"  b-^*8  ^fe;1  "Pmm^ffm^^^mm^  %,?  l'������  y������  to do it.    Please notify thV'cotoner'  aud ask t,hc undci^:ilfer (fi_step around r  "also tell "Wiugil_W{.tjiat*ai'j,othcrjgray.e.  is wanted oiic'the're;*        : T    ' -_  "JusUflabTe'bomlclfle."  3l  I!  ~i  <-'   In-jomei eases tbey;ferl within a day;  in others they lasted a week." It was  . according to ho\v soon they met tho.  ���������editor of the Kicker,and started.In to-  do him up.   That seemed to'be their  mission.   The editor ..had never harmed them by wbrdibrtd.ocd.-and yet they,  (sighed  lo make lilm eat dirt. ��������� They  didn't want him to livo out his days.  They dldn't,,waiil him on earth.   Thoy,  , wejjo,i-c.1llln.5r to,>ipiirqjfOthoi"?,.but not  nn editor. So thoy sought him out,  Bomo gave him (wo ml miles liv������Trhlch ���������  to prupure^or the change: some open-  ,ed l&'c nt once,-Jiavlii(i no caro.,whether  he wont'to" tlm'one''place ISr tlffc other.  And t!ie"ed'ltor, desiring to livo on  . audL.,ipal{e������tl������o-.Arizona, Kicker  the,  'greatest weekly In the land and to bo  , mayor, postmaster, nume warden, colonel of mllllIn, chief of the flro'depart-  r meut, president"frf the' ciihnnon council  and numrt'outf othi^ithliifis, bought a'  gun au.(Ijipriiej^'e.<3 sboptlnpriun^tho  Pike's Peak Petq^vill hQ^e his ���������head''  stone in'a few days, and whcj| the  suns and showers ot noxt springi;omo  tho jays will slug,': to him frorii tho_  bragebes of,the bU'Wigum.tjvq'eg, ni& the  arbutus will'trail rtiul twist and cover  up'thiyscars.      ������������������ ~.\   '..    .,,   .Jf."  Gone ��������� hence! Where-to? No one  knows. Uo lived a bad man, liut he  ��������� died with a please^ look on his' face.  In that^ono'insiant'perhaps h6 saw  that iu tho other .'land ho might rjbform  ond get a vaudbvillo engagement on  the strength of it ^   %,  ������  ,  _        ��������� tflt,...i,mm������iJm. :.Ji ;ff ���������, ]}i~ ;'^t|' f  SNOW AUTOMOBILE.  Car Runs on Endless Chains of Wooden/  i,\ r'-:-i������i ' --.- TNjada.:��������� ���������'. t'": V"���������" .'.  A fireight.carrying.concern of Candle,  Alaska, Tin's installed 'n caterpillar au:  tom'abile' "for; the-sttaDsporWtl6n..'of  freight ovortbe &rtow ccfv'er6d"'piil'ns of  Alaska.. . ���������:"-,��������� ;i; ,-,; .-..'--.:.::���������'.; -. "' '���������  , The car.^Qdy is of the-^rdipary. n.uto-,  mob'ijo..type','but" on.;eacl{-side, in, ,pjaoff  '"   'dm-  Ma!  WHEN HUSBANDS ADVERTISE.  I  FREIOUT-AUTO, irOK ALASKAN SKIIVICK.  of automohijp q'4ice|.s;,.t]t<i itin...cndlc*s*3  ������������������bain of wooden "treads, designed for  work covcr-siicW?' so--srTJ:t' that wheels  ondrtlrcs.would /link .awl stick., Each  heie bV'chnifi-'bf trcnWiV (lir'oe'fbot  wide, and for- etoering purposes eaulj^  sldo Is undei^ sjjpanf.toijCo.nl rol. so that  , ono fbeltciui'bis'stopped wbljo .the otiiei''  Had It All Mapped Out. . carries' lhe machluo hrbiiiid i������-fi6rni������r; -  A young lady was ncllug tempql-nrily .^iri..-A(](iltlbii-:tb' th'is.-'thei'd-Vlll- lie n  as hostess, and I^er .tljiia was much o.c;-.,,,!,lXkll|nr:,tcen(1,;p{.d!cet,n���������, rin'ti-fi-oiuUlib  m-intn/l        Hna   nf  linn   rlMiVitrArb ��������� n tanm*. m    .. . *  Eileen .-miloa. south of Lexington,  .Ky* ou tbe' banks of tho Kentucky  river,' stands "Chimney rock." It Is-  .on a. lianlr that extends- nlmost perpen-  dlcular.ly d.owu.ward.for 200 feet to tho  wafer'"and up\Vnrd from1 the'rock for  nearly..JOO feet more. The height of  the'r6ck"'i's about seveuty-flve feet. Tho  distance through the base Is .only  about sis feet, but at many points  Above.vthe ^diameter -is. much greater.  Why the air and water acled upon this  limestone Oliff'to fuvm a fipur'o in just  thIs;shapo-ls no"t':easy to discover, Imt  it-is probable that.tho toR_Is_of.il  harder substance'than the sui'Mundlng  rock .'mm 'has' thus foriiftd a kindvof  .unihreUa.-like. protection .'against tho  rains.-' "'Ueologlsts have-'colnputed the  a'^'tb be-about 45-.000'years.-so that  jthisVock may .be much the-same as It  .waseages^igo ��������� .One can see at-ajdnnce  thai.'wi'fli_*a e'dtaparatlvcly ^llglrf-" tremor of lh<j'*arth this huge structure  ���������would topple,-oyer. For this-reasoh  we have" here nature's record of Ilia,  ������������������absence of enrlii'quakes'.in that refeion  ,fpv mau.vv.igcs'pasti���������St..NMcholas.  ' '"'Chrlstnias' Tre'e Decorations. '  ��������� .A.number.pf pretty decora\ious-may  jie,made'for'the Christmas, tree qulto^  as "atti'act'iv'c and mucii cheaper than"  -.they'can bd bought - A very -eiffotive  "dfaperrfpr the"tT6Firmade byTcuiting  long'.trip's about fo'ur"hV.Jies'wIdo of^  tissue  papor.   then cutting "it closely  -.nearly    across    the    width, - making  fringes.  'U the strips then be dampened'and hold'"over a hot stove the  ,fj^pged ;edgos j-wlll curl and mako' it  'quite ornainehValV  Strings of popcorn  '���������'and crditbei'rics are also-much used for,  .drapery as yceff as Chains of gold and  silver,paper.,, tinsel nnd4chains mado of  'iltfie Intertwined:i'Irig������of bright color-  -.ed! fflazqd paper.--Xpts-wrapped tn tin  foil or gold paper and empty eggshell*  adored ' with    deealconuuila   pictures  kfiak'e prctt'y 'ornaments.  Thia la tha 8ort ������f Thing Wa May Ex*  paot. .   *v  N that' glorious $rev coming...when  free^lovjp. triarmarriagea and auf-  fragd e^lflie'sulSV^mi", when women "Will choose their mates ami there.  will be mating hero, there and everywhere, It is, possible that good husbands will advertise- for wives* hi a-  manner elmllar to that obwcnlploycd  by publishers ln vending tbelrbooks-  like tuts, for example:  -    -.: "*���������'    j"v_IEJ?it* JONES.  Tha Much Dlsdus'sed Corespondent In tha  .   Smith-Brown Divorce. Is Now nt  Liberty. ' ^ '  , Ha la a ������ood husband. 'I 'enlbyed hla  two evenlnirs at home exceedingly. I  ���������peak from 6lx months' <fxperSpnco.���������Fan-  nle Bryco Jcnklns-Jcnnlngs���������Klrli-Jones���������  W'erkman-Kelth.  His' mouth makes the most adorable  pucker when abolit to'klu.-Gertrudo X.  (Present namo furnished to reputable parties upon application. No trlflera need  apply.)  ,1 loved the way he said "prunes." Wn  ���������never'quarreled but twlco ln our-married  llfo JW' ten days." 1 would esptfttnlly rec-  omqiend him ns n husband lo vi'omen do-  Blrtfus of having a husband that' will give  llieli^Iffpdogs llio caie and affection to  which"- th*y- havo been ieciisiomed,���������Joy  llas_well-"-donps���������Munson.  -..Thoro was on>y ono. thlnol dldn't'l|k������  abo.ut J.- Homy���������ho would-npviy wear a  "puff trQ,'������and, of cptirse.U couldn't live njl.  tn'y life'With a man lfko .that. Aside from  this strange cceenttlpU'y of his I liat] a  perfectly lovely tlmo Wlillb married to hlui.  ���������Statement upon witness .-wind made lry  plaintiff In Mr. Jones' tenth suit for dl-.  vorco.   (Seo Ala, 15G. H. ���������_vr.ll,-.pnso <22.)  One can't say too much obo&t Mr. Jones'  English. Ho used tho most elegant-English o< any gont 1 was ever married to.���������  Olive Corntneal. (Mnidcn namo restored  at-last djvor'oo on grounds" that Miss  Conlhleal 'couldn't sign all her married  hafties'on tho hotel register without 'talcing two pages and .elbpplng' over tfn the  third.)  Abovo testimonials glvo striking evidenco  of tho high esteem in which Mr. J-ones  was held by hia former wives. Applications 'vi'lir be fifed tn tho orde'r received  and must bo accompanied by certified  checks to cover wedding suit and marriage llljenso. References required. Address J. Henry Jones (at liberty), 23 New-  .lywed Apartments. t '  ... ."   >s  ���������Puck.  No Use Waiting.  T  cupied. Onq of .her >i'||]iinjccrjj,' a jjnerv  ous and absontii'iliidL'tT'''lbvbr,i perceived that this would be the case, und'^  to'faeilltatb"mattera'fio 'aeteri'n^i||(|d to!  ,brlng,aiifalra,.tq a.point>������ IlA^dfiJnti getj  a chance,  , "Aftorwarfl," says the object of his  111 (starred devotion, "I.found thlu.mem-  eVand'um on rtlio!Clo-6h:w-liei'oho dijoppod  ^lt in hla n'������Ilatiotoi?_tMad thus: '    ; ...i  , ."^Mefttlon*trjap lliivflijlary.   Montlonv  lonp1li)ca3.. -ilontlpji.pjjyisiii'o ln hor fj<jtt  ^'jo'ty.,' iCqnllnu 'proBjiocls from Uncle  '.Tlih.-.Np-vpr1 loved jVb'foi'b, Propoae,'"���������  Lifo.:'-"-" ''���������������������������''./%*..���������������w:  -,'���������". '- .' ,"-,iy ,,'.!������.-;'���������     -   ; '  ���������  , t.. V'    '    "* -V       " ' '  His Record Clour,  The old army alinrpshootcr wni'  bonKtlng of hln prowess. "In my .  parcel'," hoiPijId,, "I never hilled {  . jv.-jjoer fyyriijijiifi^o fov ii-Auu."-  ' Chlcnno Tribune.  ii'caiji^of. tjjp;_caiv.de8i^ij_P(l. tp .help ;iii;  Hteerlng 'it.'"    " '    '      '"���������'."  ���������f.'.i ;   -.- "i,:.    ���������>��������� y-'   if; i|'.fit'>.--  -��������� :\. . ' .j.  ' '   ' 1' Tho Qufibr Arflan The.'  . Among.'' tnfr Wiost1 f61_rtiVB������hllji lYoca^,  Afi':tJ.io ,.wor)tl ri/}; tiie-sia-l'giiii.-i whi'olV-  abauriils ln,:HoiiW_oj;ni i\|orocco/.biit Isr  seldom ^eoii el^ewfipro, t.*\ forest,of_  nrgn'nfl' him 'a curIpiiH'awi ttorVd ,iippnn i'*-'  ;ance'| 'Ud������;'i\\is"6'' t'ho'"ti'CoU ftWfiv ithlgly  }l(iiVd fM"''a'piu'K,i;;Tliey 'u'rli vdif- Wiify,  iliuf' noldoirfr eJSebed -''twoilt.v'.'-;ff!i'ti 'in,  i bcIght;."/JMie.'branched put qul.,liorl/.on-  ,tally.;iind. begin a> ym;d  nboyo ,the:  KJ'outj^v filwop^SiH^flnd ,011,1111318, foeilj'  on t|ho'lciiveV.������nnd. fco'n'JR will hi'iiihI on  WieV Wfla'|(dBS ]to''reach tl}uin.  lnif  horSon n nd rfrfflokf i'o rilJft? tti '\ hu(fli "(Win,'  'J'ho wood Is vory hard and extremely  .-y^fiJl.t,tLlJ]o iiiiU.vi}fih,wlio.uiiiko clu,U".  crtnl from It;   Tile fruit, respiiibllni. ii  !Ume enmo t7hon',hfl>^Yninif;h(fa!q(t"lot(,  ;  Iho draw nnd ditto 6o tJjjNrituSot,   Ho'  ,. ,  iJno worked up Ijirjia^jrjjiVWnlUlon'co,  f  ind tlio time onwli when ho darod go  1.     M .   ,i     ,.   I.,I, t\   ,1'r,,f,.r   |V������n   (.ll^f,    ^f  ;?  .1"*, w" ^ '   '"     '* *  lhf> f������vl77ly henr nnd'ao|7e htm by tho  latl nnd linul hlminto tho,,otion. - Thnn.  bo nltm dared Ko;pn\p;ui |l|o,))tid,,mon  Instead of dpilgiiig*.  '���������  ���������'''������������������������''��������� -"  fi'  One, ol the' Llckers,  ������v, Dj^Winpa.gu'livcJptiJl^fji, boys' Reboot  'JflHt>l)rtftJiv),;lio'woiiton hl.^KWl^iy hpd  .OQcnslpiutOi'cnpp n pupil and, It la'to |bo  HUppPHudrrtld.'tho work thoroughly, ]  ',\'h\&liUfV'HD.olj; hl.s revoiigo In 'tt'iwny  tli At Jf ^ ,Jfli>c;Ttbl* hiniHOlf could not 'liolp  langlllnR-W.'' ''i \,:    I  '"!6r.'.\Vflii6n"<fr'pnt door boro a pluleob  baJwhV'.ll^na-tlio ono word, "Whiiw,"  ChrisJtmas ,Cylors,  '"RliV.y nn'd -rfiiS'tletoVare Iho historic  QhrLstmns.<foll������igp.-.and they Iuito es-  vt{ijjllshed the colors for holiday doco-'  '^at'lon���������gre'en, wliltc'niid red.   ifoilglu  :and elm Ins ,of codnr grat'ttttil!^ festooned over, eorniees are" very goner-  a'lVy liseel, a lid ground'pine Ih very.ef-  '.'fecllvcWh.on It only ca-n bfe'oblnl'ned.  lU\yjien holly berries lor. brightening  'vm*the" green  trimmings aro not pro-  ' cilt-.tilta' a 'A'ood' _ilb'".t'iliilP Is "ntsllc  coral."   Melt two drums or w.mlllon  In an ouiife or  rosin and }miiit Iho  jnlxture ov.er roiuc pretty largo twijjp;,  'hold  tlicm- over  n   hot  lire,  lunil'ng  ithem-n'ronnd  tintll'iiim-vnl'iilsh ginu  niiioo^li, n.ndiyoii Ita vo an ,("cito|1piU 'Biib-  Rtlluto for the 'red hp'riiea.'.   '  '  y< .-,,���������     .-... ..^'^-���������.���������!i.1 :���������  '  j.,, -, ."   VIola'a.'ExplorTdtlon,. ' ,.  'Littlo Viola wished a-very largo doll  Jasl ClirWmns. but_ na It wiis j]iilte ev-  pmialvb she' wii9"glvon a sinnller one.  "You've heard mo play the piano?  What do yan^thrftlc of'my execution?"  "Tho 'sooner the better."���������Pittsburgh  Tress. "   .  '-. A������ Economicrd F.able.  The goat, whllo out browsing,  thougbtlesslyi-stbpp'cd and rubbed his  head���������in tho way that goats have���������  against the ^Idc of-the" house-of the  wolf.   _ ,   ,*- \   .  Out ���������rushed ��������� (ho'- tenant \ind''fle'rcoly  ��������� t-ipbra-lcted the hairy butter.'  ���������"liut I'm qulto sure," said tho-latter,  "that I've done'your hbi'iso' ho"hnrm.  nesidtfjifn saw1 tho ejefihant'stop hero  only yesterday and Fcratch- hiu. I.hcli"  ���������'iigalnst'yoni' dwolllifglir a'way tliat almost overt li riled' lL'-'tAud 'you 'didn't'  Bay a word to him., Why sjioiild-thoro  he any dilferc'iieo lu your trdntnient  of uh?"   ���������   '   I- ' ���������   :  i Tho wolf licked his chops. ���������    v ���������   .  "There Is a marked dllTorenoe," ho  R/'Id,-."oven If It Is only a simple one.  I can eat a goat,- but I can't nnt nn elephant."  Whereupon ho fell  lo and mado a  qiilckMiNd ������RiiHsf.yJnfi^it������^ oMfio mill uppy creature. , '.'.'���������  '- MiiHir.*���������'Avoid wnfife ln d6lilg"your  minilietlng.���������Clevoinncl Plain Dealer.  ,    s   A Martyr to the X Ray. ,   , ,.  ,; Dr. Uiill-1':dU;ii'/'rti* \t v'lie' nii'iiiliig"-  * irrfl)���������^no^fliiinSe.ftlitl; \\^Kl\)l;.of,���������tji������llenc*<;,,  lni-4:pot,,bjjon,i}jpji.li t!>p'',ppyin.pnt.o.l' ���������������,  lierivy prlco^fo'r ^ho IioiioIIIh.Jio Imn  confoyi'ejfl onrmankipd, by. Iilfti.riBscnrol)1.  ���������oil in- X ������rliy-phot ogimphyr* Amlirfrt-. I lino  which" ' -tfk0 ttylh-,ll!',.'":M>������..w,o!,0,x(tnj)!|tiiloiU!Hi  In tliU id i������v^nwnn������n������<>'o'<l,'o,tdnt>BPwnftexiU'rl������  \9  }.;\  when Htlll livo iMd,'^8riiiara������,d',,������iom.  The Ionic of nstoii)shfnciir on, hln faco(  tfl ho went dowivJo Wcl'hn mt^o'>as  burled wllh lilm. 'Tt'wIiK ijlio'll'riit'.tjiim,  ho hnd ever rnlloil (o ilropJiin<>fiIltpr,J  ivllh hl������ first bullet.   It wm'h'wIicj'i lie  hnd fnlli'ii tb.it  Win (iiirt-li^u ,off'lhe  Rrmiiid for nn od{ri)i'Ial.i;i'oveyiii;(l wiih  Hindu;   olln'M\l.-*������',rllio   cwjolu.i' Would  linve howled  ovlO(,liJ^i;givo ,oi\ tb������  blwiii iIwhtI,  it \HtWi-WRlmilniP' TpA  Hlfor dliIn;K'flil������^l(,,litjMliO;l)ifrt men  .''*' " StMylpo A(jrloultur������, . '  '.J.Wy BpiV luifl Binned In at th6 cgr^  cultural college." , t \ -,  ��������� "limn u UtfXtfiiiuHuimi,,,?',,,;    ;  "'Miint ho (^{Utitf along flnij, 'Says  <Hpy^qrb.irolnjr/to let lilm take,.cava of  center gnrd/3n;rioxt Bprhur/'���������Washing'  'lon^hornld.   *  fvi f mil lulled tm I'liDie, ii ia! he bud io welj-  ' i'i,  '.'Nitw(iEnoland Jok������,     >  ' Doct,pr���������,Xon ipued a chnnKO of- ell-  \Bjatei, ,...,.  -,���������  f. VMlmtm.What's the matter with this  eHnittto?' - **V *  Doc.tor-It'Bjtoo cIiaiigcnblo.-Boiton  VraliBcrJpt.     ���������, '   ���������������������������-: ��������� ���������  , Quetr. '- '  ;.vnow,y������ry;*fu*ir (hli ipMOh ot o,\iril ';  Frfr Ifmtonci, when w������ ������ay      ������. ,    v  ���������;-��������� A.-min-t*. known to-kerp ln������������ houri    *  .   Wo mean ihat ho with all hU powori ������  ."Jijul't filtttro tlart iwoy.       ;' >  ,      , .,,   . ~tytMt.Vr*f*>v&-m.  aipary umverpiiy eouwo or,(r;ii|i|,iig.  ihSfcoftifoeltoli' ifcltxM illfittogWipliy  sma-iiiiif:itewftbiiK W��������� oW*m :  ���������KotlilnR"hflBMiol|ft>rt,iilit?1fln'(^������m(rliniiilli"  j       t I rii * Itii 11  ^liiuiu^iui'ii,) vi *mc j t.m.), iuiU it ,.tjwu*u  thrrbfm'f VpcelWiVi W^IYI'Till^i* than"  It does,  on lio  ullleii,  303.ntjir(>aciH Irvtho bfliiPiUJtfti, Rlv-  iotl'i ln*uciibols*njid Iii tllbHinlvor-  i.  i -..,-  ��������� rrrrr  v  \tJ\nr> Wiirinttf Mr-nhr,!  The now German method of freeing  wife ,'b'cietf ,'|i'n'd'.\thetfIJij'Are^gp^ 'from  alrohol.In n procoRfi of frimlloniil distillation In a viicinun.  It  has three  Btages, BPpniatliig (1) iha.iiioju volnille,  aromatic BiibstiiiioeBVwi' the lp������ls volatile of audi hwI) .laiue., and (CI the  alcohol'.  A^ter romovnl njW'l^ltWWjl'pl)'  from the JkvheJfctlnui������iii������������������Uu-i������uh-.  BtancoB nro returned.'Hpocliil iijipiirii-  tils provldeB fo^|if|IlJn1J^������^llji(t  nnd ohBo^-itlon, ond the, flnnl alcoliol  fr<3J������/urmljiet,l������',<!l(i<tne(|*((o .������������   "  true uromi.  Ilia  ���������'.'���������Wliat t'B'-tlidV'dlfCtf/oru'rf,'bQtweon n  ���������funny  fellow , and a -biik-hor? -)4Oiio  rldbnlS',oiJt' wit, the'- otlit/rvfeMW loil>.'(vlc������  tunlil). ...    ;  i;. ���������!  IVtyfcyiHnVj* jjirke^'no Wff'hf n fu-t  iiiro. stn^ ��������� Kbcihiho (My'hrtyo theli  'iibt't'wSt'itl'oiPckB twirled) I��������� i thin,  '���������������. WliPrt'rap  rtiJtlkPy  H ipellod   wltb  ''eii'e>l������'l('Bi'?"'!W!ion*'tviHr'U,"  ���������  l������",ll    .i    '    . -, ���������    . .  .,f ,  ���������������������������������. ,1   t ��������� ��������� '���������'������������������'      .,..,.      ...  .......Tli.re Ih-n-twfl.nowiKiKMV^itiil |  It OiHllli',4 up In il.tlii; , I,  v, Wlujh al) lhc������ ^.'ii tn In chill *^h froit '  "And wifrimer'B far away, ��������� i  .    For brlirhtor Hun lliu lalrilmw Hhluoo  ! ., J.'J'hJB.i.iro nnd woniltotia Ucm  '' ''WlllninV1!!)' wrenthn nml koUIpii vtnsi '  rl'l������ll    PlN'^M    f'I I'   " T'rl    fi-iw,  Amli^cioln tiaiiK ui(on in IjOiighn  'In-HTopplniiH eftiy inid smart.  You en70 ut tliom wllh wl.ilfnl ayti  Ami l'inaliiir, hi'utinif lioarl,  'An in tlm Iluht fit tnp������i"i lnljjlit  ���������"���������Tlio tma Is nil nfl.uii" -  'Ah, now J'oil iinilD, nml I sii'pont  You hii\i' (>< .ml "ni i,' i .'i.i������l  v hilt.enn you lell nlio pinnioil it  To lilnnttfim mi'nn M-nr  "'Am1"t)rln_ to ehllilrisn *v������irywli������w  . Jt������ nroobun (rlflH nml f Imoi,'  >TW" lli������Clirl������t (-UIUI ������n mcckanil mild,  "'"Wliorln ii murtKor bni-n,  Tliui iporiku hli love to lllll*'folk   ,  On ������v������ry Obrtitmnu morn.  ���������%.,  -Youth'i 'Vimoanlc*  A Rcnl Difficulty.  "'"A,funny luciiluni occurred on a Ger-  '1111111'miln-'riy train "whereon 'I 'ivnn a  )ia.-tf.'eiij;er," "fiay,i������ nn" Anmi'lcnn who  Kjiends a bit of bis tlmo abroad, "A  .pertain stolid Teuton had boon unsigned  lo 11 seal, lu the couch Unit obliged lilm  to ride backward through (ho Hlaclc  forest. At the tlrht Htopplng placo ho  'ftHkfil Iho posimiiHlor, pui-Hiiiiiit loGer*  man regulations, to give lilm anothor  mini, saying It mado lilm 111 to lido  buck wind. ���������   .  .  '"Ask tho man opposite to change-'  with you,' said tho ppntmn������fer grullly.-  '" 'Hut there la nobody opf/enlld mo,'  pruK-Ui'iV the Geruinn; 'ho I-viilfiilot nalc  hlm.,-"~llnrpcr,a Mnj,iv������liio. -.  ft.  ������������������0    Mint Fiflht Tham Off.  ''   Ah hoou it'������ h man liecomeiiirlch  ,bo finds It necessity to havo  . llllll'iUll   MIIUylllHIU-U. tl>/ 11   guuiu  i.i.,, t d.'.!  Jt ], lo ni'J|.y th'o  people vhp wMi to mn'lfo hlrn  'i-^Uei'.-Dlilnigo Itecffi'd-Heriild.  j.   ��������� ��������� . -        ��������� j.  I ) ������������������ii"������"������'������''������"l������*������f ..������..|.i|i-������.'t ���������!   l������t������l������t������l"t"t"������"������.Q  tn 0 New (juite.  Mrs. 'Nowwed ip6ntln|;i-You are not  llko rCn|p'������'hiisbiin(I.N Wo' won't lei IiIh  wife do ii lilt of heiy-Zy lining.  Newwod-Hiit I 6rm't'nVtvoyn'bi at  home wlioii you lake jour bread out  ef the ovi>ii'������Iliisfnii Ti'iinsrrlpt.  00������*1'lliifia ilt"-.l at flntirl,  .Tu. U>���������Ymf  wiiut'iiiu  to  pull  tin  horro-lrt that rlghlV .  Oivtu!iv>N"o, uu! I want you (0 cou  dint hlui uruiii-.d (lie track will) a rw-  "fonitble rcitriiliit ������f p������ce!-l������licfci '������������������"���������;  .."mm'tVltl*. .\-flmX.f~*mltm\'-.tm*mammmm������V',.-.l-'*ll~,. *.*  ������'V ������"  ��������� Remedies For Red Hands.  When r.cd bauds refuse to yield to  conscientious extCriial applications yon -  may be sure tho cau^o of tho troubio 1������  not with tlio' skin. but. has its beginning in- some such internal disorder as  indigestion or defect I vo circulation.-  Unmistakable warning is always glT-  eu when the hlood Is sluggish, Llanda  nud feet have thai peculiar sensritlon-  we call "going to" sleep." Thero;4a ������  feeling of uumbuess occasioned by tb*  sllglitest'iirbssutv on thc'b'loud v^wela  or the least bit, of iiiacU.vl'ty. A>-good  tonic will sometimes correct,������Jhe^rou.  hie by enriching and giving substaoc*  to tho blood, but the lie^t "and in fact  Iho only absolutely reliable remedy It  Ihat I'jinevit the iiutjrioua^syoman'i  existc'ne-e���������exercise.    ,   .  ' L  When you say exercise.to> the- beauty   '  Becker the chiinccs arc >,J)c jLwmedinte-  ly bi'giiiM to"le\e imprest.-; ���������> ������������������ '   '  -   "Yes," ������-ii������������ s'lj-v, vi  ruioV-perfectly  well   that   walking . and   rijlug ."and  bending and swlnglug an'd all,the rest  of them  are destined  lu make one a  raving   beauty. .but   1  dou't.cnre for  (hem In tho least.  I waut.1,0 grew 1ot������-  -  ly sitting swii." .   .  Which is a very old "and a very- u::-  man plaint after all.'--Like tlie^klng  who scuglit to win all the knowledge  of tho world by reason of his -sovereignity, this seeker of. .ilio easy path  must rcnli.e soonei or later that there..  is'no royal road lo cultivate'benaty.  It Is a mailer ot patience and endnr- ,  mice pure and simple, hut the reward  Is worthy of the*- eVuIoavor.  And ko the red hand** tliat'refuse to  yield to latioiis musl have a irfttment  of rapid walking,1, rubbing, anything  that will quicken circulation. Find  tho exact condition of the heart- by  consulting a physician, and if tbe_e it  no valvular trouble with-tbat'oJ-gan  exercise fo the-certnin euro. *  As au added precaution uso only  soft wnter to bathe th������ blind's. ' If it  is hard add a pinch of boras and .dry  the bands well before rjoing intpjitht  open air.    - , ������.jj   ;  v '  ' To Maks Liquid Powdar.'���������''���������/  Women of refinement have 'dlfeoT^  ercd the value -<ff- 0 faelal'jpowder  which freshens the slcln- and whlcb at  tuc_sauie time_iJU!������!)i,hSL,s_iiie_nmcnTub-~"  6lrcd quality we may call stlcUtbitlve-  ness.  Spurmnx Is the foundation of the  now beauty1 adjunct, -and its devotee*  declare It is invaluable.  ' The-groat trouble' with most powders is their Heeling nature. One may  look quite fresh and well complcxioucd  before' the dressing table mirror, but  .by the time th^ tlrst block is traversed ���������  all lhe beautiful creaminpss has disappeared. The problem of au effective  and at-the uamo time.lasting powder  is '11 constantly recurring one to any  number'of women,    .  The new remedy'is so simple tht  wonder Ih It did not come to light sooner. Take four ounces of spurmax. dls-  solve ,it in 11 Jialf pint of water and  add "livo tP.'ispooululSfOf glycerin.' A  bit of a __favorite'scent makes'it mor������  agreeable to some.'' Bottle the solution  carefully, shake it well before using  and iipplyuwlth'.-ii sofL linen cloth- If  'tbe'ond''doosn't justify-'the meann your  case will 1)6 a rare c.e'epUbtf'to tho rulo.  Spurmax lotion clears tlie-sl:lu of ml- '  nor blemishes, lakes nwiiy'tlio muddy,  callow tint so .unbecoming n)id eo Indicative of noftJcrt and replaces It with-  a fresh glow.mid an Improved and finer  texture. Il taken the place pf. both ���������|  nourishing erciini and 11 powder.* Best  of nil! oiipp 011 It stays', ho ltn-'poptilarl-  ty iu al oik e assured,  A Manicure Tip.  Instead of always cleansing the tip*  of "the lingers with  water nnd snap,  try ti'Mng cold creanr nmv aud .'Mien.  ���������There l������*l)bllilng mS bciiellclitl to'"1ftlta  (ho   texture   unV.   the   Minpcllncsa   ot  even, well kept linger nails.   When th������  Hiirface of (lie nail nppcnra rough or  ridged fioak tbo linger ilpfl In warm  Kweet  nlirioiid   oil   for   live   mlnutei  every night.   The oil should be'tepld  In  temperature, and  tlio samo' bath  may bo used mnny times,   VtBolln* la  really more effectual  than cro������m In  nourishing Uicn'iili structure.   Appljr  It wllh tho flngerd after the oil bath,  boli'ig careful (0 rub It carefully tnte  'every crevice nt Iho uhle and bn������'o ol  tlio iinlhi.' iliib with a piece of chambli  (h,('i]iJIv,6 In fho grease and liien with  tlio flat'cud bl' llu't'orango wood utlck  piihh back the Mesh and cutlclo from'  the  base or  the  nail..  Clip  rag������od ���������  edgei of tho cuticle with sharp man*  lctiro  iirlfvori,  Imt   do  not  trim  th*  cutlMo Itself,   Huh In tho vusellno tni  ,ni^l:o a second application.  ra������Vilnn Ri;ii Olnnfti Mu������^ ft*.  The color of liolr conHldered thi  "flmartest"' this winter Is chentnul  brown-ipillo dni-k under a lint, but  with a touch of .gold In tlie'Ruriablnn.  A  woiiuiK'JViilr nn tn ru I blot/8 hair  never  wis licit  to*'have It urttadaUy  darkened.  Tho cni7.o for rcd'hulr haw dl������p>  peated.  Tho mnnrf New York woman this  winter must look vory Innocent ud  glrlNh.  Washington society Imn given thMl  (jpr-rop'< <->f!lrhl f-Miietlnn. Th"y foiled  Iho ficlcntinc dpchiration of * Part*  itarnnt (hat blonds nre dliftppurtaf  In (he roui-Ho of evolution and tbat  three igenornlion** honco tbi bloadtysl  wilt be pracUcally attloct,  ���������.������ *.���������. ���������.'��������������� ��������� '  WW  I  **7*������**^.���������  > 1 THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ,V  ;, ,1  K s������V    ������������������':  THE FURNITURE STORE  Wall papers  W  D  E  HAVE just opened out the largest and best  /assortment of Wall Paper ever shown  in this city.   Our papers are the famous  Watson Fosters and Reg. N. Boxer maiflifacture  CALL AND INSPECT PATTERNS  AND GET PRICKS.  WATCH   FOR THE BIG  SIGN  A. McKINNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  X  D  11  H.  H.  M. BEADNELL.  Courtenay & Comox Agents for the  E. & N. Railway Lands.  Our real estate men are vitally in-  tcresieu in the further development  oi ihe community, for it is thoy who  first profit by the Influx o[ capital and  settlers. This gentleman la to the  fore In this business and h^f complete knowledge of the line, and belongs to the progressive type of realty operators.  , Mr. Beadwelf is a man of the bish-  r-*-' character and he haa implicit confidence in the growth and devolpment  ot the Coniox District, pinning his  faith firmly to Courtenay, the coming  city of tho district. He has the exclusive agency of the E. & N. Railway  lands nnd also handles city and country property. He has lands that sell  from $10 and up per acre, and now  13 the time.  .. BATES & HARDY.  Dealers In,Town Property and Acre-  '    ..��������� agejat Courtenay, B. C.  Few people spend more time boosting for.n community than the real es-  taje/denler/s. ,:(The reason for this may  spem obvious, but. this is true whether  ���������'���������c.y .-ill-or.not.' Th-.'.v study the merits of the country and, therefore, are  elliclenjt, bureaus of Information on  lands, "lands-yalues, opportunities for  investments, .and bargains in real es-  fc.-te.-generaHjj.-.-'rThls firm has a large  list of properties to select from, and  among them many genuine bargains.  Mr. Bates has operated in this line  two years and has become quite a bureau of information on the Comox and  Court'eney'valley's.' He is also justice  of-the'*-peace.- '-'.  :. .-Mr; Bates became a, partner of Mr.  life with the exception of a year oi  two at Victoria while attending tin  high school, and a couple of years In  business In that city. He has many  friends and will prove an Important  acquisition to the realty interests ol  Courtenay. Having lived here all his  life, he knows tho country like a book,  and henco Is particularly well adapted  for this line.  . Mr. Andertpn opened "up here the  first of last April. He makes a spfi"  cialty of acreage In small tracts on tin  easy-payqient plan. Ten and twenty  acre trade'can be -bought from him  at fftmr$40 and up per acre, and  larger tracts pro rata if desired. It  should further be stated, hero that he  writes flre, life, and accident insiir  ance policies. He has a comfortable  home and a nice, handsome office at  Courtenay arid will be pledsed to.meet  or communicate with prospective patrons.  F, R. FRASER  BISCOE.  "Bates .last June, and they make a"  splendid commercial team.'-..., He for:  m<?rly.- operated* in the land business in  England.- .- ���������   "<  ','.,.  ���������'.-���������  .-..These gentlemen havo fine; tracts  listed, varying from $20 and up per  acre, and some choice locations ?100  nnd up per acre. This land could not  be better for dairying, and general  ���������jnlxed ��������� farming purposes, and those of  our readers desiring further Information :WiH do well to.call on or Communicate with these gentlemen. As we  refer to Coutenays leading business  pieii and firms of,prominence we take  pleasure In awarding these gentlenien  a high, place In these' columns./  v  ELK  HOTEL.  Comox's Leading and Flr������t-CI������88 Com-  i- mtrclal House Conducted by C. A.  Martin, Proprietor.   > "-��������� ���������,���������*'���������  In referrln pr to tho��������� wondj6rfill rer  nources and attractions of the Comox  TJotol due mention must bo given  tho hotel*-,, for the strnngerB must first  of all Book accommodation. The Elk  .Hotel at Coniox Is conducted by Mr.  C. A. Martin, who haa operated" horo  for. sometime nnd leaves no stone unturned- to-mako each and overy guest  who croBBos tho threshold of his os-  labllnhment feel at homo, happy and  contented. Tho festive board Is something to ho doslrod and tho rooms  aro woll ventilatod, nicely' furuUhed  and very comfortnblo. ' The largo  men's Bitting room with the'hlg-Ilho  Pro place In more than enjoyed by  the strangers and travelers, Thoso  wintry days and nights. Hero If a  gamo of pool or hilllardo is desired  thn proprietor has provldod a fine  table for this Innocent recreation and  amusement. Personally, Mr. Martin,  tu a genial hoHt. with hln guosts and  makos friends easily. Ho uboh his  patrons rlaht nnd when thoy return  again to the town camp at.The Kill  Hotel, "���������'",-���������  Comox iind HiirromidliigB Is on  tho ovor of a "boom" and wo predict ^.-router things In rtore for The  Valley during tho coming yeair or  two than nt tiny tlmu In the past,  Tourlntu, rtiuinmnrs, trnvoloru and  lionH-fi'cltc'-0 :im von ns huntsmen  wlil find everything to IiIh liking al  Tho Elk Hotol, Comox Is ono nf tho  irettleit plnco on Vancouver Inland  nnd an Idoal roiiort for bolitlng, fishing, hunting, driving, nulomoblllng  etc,, nnd thorp are boats coming and  golnng nearly* ovWy dny of tho week,  to como from or,,rot urn to Iho city,  Mr. Mui-lln. ha������������flhorntad tho Elk  TIoi.o' ihii'ft year., ahd wns formerly  l/i Up.' iiiim'i lino' norriolliiio In tho  .M'.*"!'".    '.-"iil.ry,    At.    r,.,,'.,non,  Frill'���������  l.llTjllIt, ,'V,i\   l,'i.-t!tll   <'l'(.M.-t{,   1,'iJ  Wi'.H  llOl'll  Ml   IH.'IIU.'i.  A   Live Realty   Agent. *t  Courtenay,  0. C, for the Famous Comox  Valley Lands.  Few places if any the writer has visited in bis extensive travels begin to  offer the Bplendid opportunities of, the  Comox District, and'Courtenay Is just  now emerging'from her swaddling  clotheB and wlli shortly be one of .the  chief distributing points iu the district.  F. R, Pra'ser Biscoe has a good 11 Bt  of lands for sale In the Courtenay Val-  He is also a member of the general  merchandise firm of McKenzie & Bis:  coe, operating at Courtenay; : Mr. Biscoe has recently .published a small  Illustrated folder which' gives many  partlclars of interest to buyers, home-  seekers, speculators and investors regarding oppo_rtunities_in_the Courtenay  Valley-In lands," et"c".~By'dropping him"  a leter or poBt card he will be glad  to mail a copy to anyone desiring de.  tailed information. pf thxr Oomax "District. '    -.'*-������������������"'   f.**''**  W.  HIRANO,  PABHIO'NABLELTAILOR  Ladies' & Gbnti.bmrn's  tailor made   suits  "  FKOM   ������20,00   TO ������35,00.  Cleaning  and Pressing  DONE AT.  Reasonable FricssV  Phone 62  Cumberland  aoiOXXOXXOTOlOTOM  XsX$������ ���������X������������������������<?,-'������ <35^?^������������S^SX5XSXS������������������������������  (a)  fift  ������  ������  ������ *  ������  ������  ������  ->. _8  MAROCCHI ;BF?OS  GROCERS   #   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF   .  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND.  STREET  ^ta**M**mtPhama*+**im'aM0m0*M  ��������� CORRESPONDENCE  ISLAND REALTY COMPANY.  nuy :, p. l, AnHerton, Manager, Courtenay,  ���������' '/���������nil1'        Comox District, D. C,  .This l������ a now entori)Hno at Courto-  \xay, imi it, will, no doubt, ������ct Uh share i  m waWHoBB, na tho gontlomnn rnnna.1-  Mi* if lit woll known and possessed of  marked ability.  Court on ev Ih on tbo ovo of a big  '.'licom, and, wo would odd, a natural,  wttiKtantlal. honltliy "boom," and wo  hellov*! (but thin rnrnlni! ymxr will bo  tbo best that tlio Comox District has  "'���������'*������ -,������������������ en. Ther?rore tbe Island Ileal-  ty Company Is starrlnK ln Just the nlcH  <h' lime. Tbey handlo real enlate,  ncreaKe. mlncH, timber eMifmn and In-  VMtments. Mr. Andorfnn Is woll  Vnown   tlirniiRhoiit  thu  Comox   Hla-  Union Bay  Co-operative Store  Dealers In Dry Goods* Groceries, Meat and Pro-  ' visons  > "** ��������� i  This house has been established three.,>;ears and enjoys  a splendid trade and reputation.'  _They denl in staple and fan'c>  gr'ppeiies, dry gpods, fresh and  salt meats, farm 'products etc.otc.  'JJ*he hbin'c is under tlie maha"ge>  munt of Mr. Frank Partridge,  who has officiated iu this capacity two yeais'M"* Partridge clerk  ed twelve years in Cumberland  previous' to accepting this posi-  For eight years   previous   to  ci'iiiiiig; to   Canada    Mr.  Par tri d g e    was   ,. cU'rk..'  ing ju a store in London that  'gave cniployment'ta eleven hun-  dfed clerks in,the dry go\ids.li;i^  ITe:isv\yi'll up in the inerclutntile!  biisiueis and,is,making u grand1  ^u'ecciH of the Union liny of tliu'  Union Bay   Co-operative Company Ijid. ..;'       '. ' ',  ��������� ; ___   .. ',. i  NOTIOK       . ".  ,'Lnnd DUtriot, Cmmf,  Dlitilot of Con it. lUti|;tf I.  TAKE NOriCB that I, Mnry Tbolfti,  ooou^ntion Married woman, iuteud toiij,-  ply lo iiiiioIimio, the (ollowlnff dUoribed  Iiu dHJOnminouoinff at n |>o������t pluntotl nbout  ���������10 oliui.Bnorth, and 40tliali.n tuHt, of the  'douili-ivtbl unr..,er of lot 11, tliunco nor h  SO chnlnfl, lIiAiioo w mt -I) <ii dud, thini 0  hi uili Huiilmiim, iluuci umt -40 ohuiiiH to  ti.u p.iiuc of uoriiiim..o.'iiuiiUl containing  ,i.',m >,orMliiiiru iii Ium.  "...%i.wl, MAUV T1IULIN,  Uuo, Vur ur, A������uut'.  'J)oU4#rol) l<t, wm. "'  mmmmlmm-a^^Fmmfm^^  ��������� Dear Sir:���������Our Conservative  friends at Ottawa .made a distinct bargain- and promise.that  if tlie return of T.W. McGarry'  for the local house was uot opposed they would not oppose the  election o( Hon. Geo. Graham.  'flie Liberal-party under Sir  Wilfred honorably kept their' a-  greeiheh't' to tlie letter, but the  Conservatives itnder the leadership of Mr. Horden broke their  pledged word and opposed the e-  lection ol Mr, Graham with all  their might; still he was returned with a' good majority and  warmly welcomed to parliament  arii^teij^iTTo'tlie'lea'deFof'tfie  opposition':-'  ' Now "sir," "it is much more im-  portant'-aiid creditable to au individual or a party to be loyal to  their pledges aud respect their  promises tlm if ' to' ' frantically  wave" the'flag and shout themsel  ves hoarse vaunting- their loyal-  t)i--   .......        :.,  ' If they prove disloyal lo their  word caiT they be trusted to be  loyal to the flag? Indeed it  does not seem unreasonable to  suppose Ihat the party recreant  to'their promises is more likely  Vo barter tlie 'Union Jack'tor the  Stars' and'Stri'pes than those who  kebp their uude'rta'kingS'by rend  cxiif'x their pound of flesh as pro  uiised.  Why should nuy party assume  to be the custodians and special  defenders of our flag, it is no  more theirs than any other good  citizens, it. drapes its protective  folds .over us, ajl. and we all  Should muster round it if need  were, wiih equally loyal hearts  and hands, even if those who  have turned down Sir Wifred's  policy of building a navy as Can  ada's share to uphold it. *'That  for-.a thousand years has braved  the battle and thebreeze."  HONEST..L9YALTY  VICTORIA LAND DISTKlC'l  district of Coast  .TAKE notice ilmt Major S. Williams,  of Vancouver, I). C, intends to apply  for permission to lease the following described lands:���������Commencing au a post  plained on the E.tst side of Philips Arm,  ne.ir the S. ������\\ coiner of W anj C Lim-  u_Xo^9_2, being ihe^S.-W. corner, tlience  East 40 t.hains, thence North 40 ch.uiiiV,  tlience \Vest 40 chains to high water  in.uk on Philips Arm, ihence souther.y  following the high water mark to point  (jfc^nnencenient, containing 160 acres  OJ.WB.f l*b*' n .     ��������� ,  hi"':o'm:>;    Major S. Williams,  li,,.',,        (i    tieorge Kilby,.Agent.  Uiitcd January 23rd, iqi2.  H- Hakanishi, Prop.  - l|wlll^M|i<|l<|ll|ii|ii|>r|<>|w|������l^������>t<'t<' ���������  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������   ,  Bicyclesj Sewing Machines,  Guns, ���������Etc;". Etc.  Plumbing Done.  *       ' ^, ���������  Cleveland, Massey-Harns  Olid Hire* and-Perfect bicycles.  P.O. Box 360 r - -. "-���������'������������������  . Telephone 7-0  If you want Cheapest and liest paironise���������  KABE&Co.  No. 5 Japanese Town.  '*��������� " "'" Fine Groceries, Dry Goods,  Candy, Fruits. Etc., Etc\  I have 3. fine Baths, complete, white enamelled ware, good quality, cost ������45.00 each,  v   Now $35.00 eacfi  'S:\  v .-���������  v^^vy^^^v^^^^^'^^^^^^^^'^^^^^^^^^  iagiiiiiiiiidiuiMtuwaa������iiifliw > ,''  Capital $0,2QO,OOO. Reserve $7, SOCOCO1^  The Royal Bank of Canada.  _ DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE   WORLD.,   ,;..  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNT&& iutere.^  at higheet Current Rat<?s allowed on In-positP of $1 and "upwards, ;  CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thurodayf  D. M. JVlbRRlgON,-Manager.   ���������:������������������*'  COURTENAY,   B.C,   Branch,    Open Daily. -:*  I WM- HOFIP, Manager.  iiiiiiiiiwiiiiitiyiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiinninniiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiniiinMiiiiiii^  V [CTO UI A LAN D DISTHICT  \'i, ,  District of Coast  TAKE notice ' that Georye Kilbyi'ol  Vancouver, 11. C, occupation contractor  and builc|<ff, intends to npply for permission 10 lease the followind described  I'ind-:���������Coiliuicncing ,tt a post planted  on tlie'W, sillc of I.ouKhborou^li Inlet,  nearly oppusiic Green Point rnpttls, and a  little 1101 ih Iiini) the N V,. corner nf  Timber-Limi) 448.iS, betotf vacant land,  tlience S6>nh 20 chains, thence' West  4P.fchains, tlience Noith about 25 chniim  luorf or less to high "witter |HiirJ<ori  Lpinsliboii^h. Ijiilet, ihence southerly  following the high water mark of Lntifjh-  borough lalei, to point of commence-  liieni, ciintainingf1160 acrc������ morc.or less.  "fCiiiOHorc Rii.nv, Applicant.  Dated January 2<>ih, 1912.  P. Phillipps Harrison   ���������BARRISTER AND SObrCITOR ^���������  NOTARY   PUBLIC ^ONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR AVENUE  Cumberland;  ?..   r.   I.  ,lt-      '���������<  I  '.l;������������������'>* It Patshines- Gas qr Electricity  HERB ii an oil-burning lamp which producei a flood tk  pure, white light���������more brilliant than gai or electricity  ���������yet wonderfully mellow and eny on the eyei, It it iimple  and taf e, clean ind noiieleii, doei not fill the room with obhox*  iodi, unMilthf ul odori, To have abetter lighted home, with an  AladdinManUeLamp  will iclaillr c������M m tiMdlnt. It will air 1st IimII Ir ih������ oil ft 11*11, I im  . Iki iftni (01 tht Mimlt LimpCM^inrm AimiIci ant im ulllii r������i **������ I  know lo b* nbmlu.B licit   Piofnur Rniici, ol Uwli Iniiliuli, Cblti|������, mil  . j cooipirillviHilol illihi iMdlntoll-burnlni limpiM ih* mirktl-itil Ik*  Aliddln wn Ioon4 lo |Wi Iki Mit llfhl in< !Im mcUmmmmuIciI (0 ���������������*, Hil yen  ihem uroni miemenii on vr woi4 i?nlr. * AH 111k It ibi cppouunlir li araia  mm u nr awn n������,   ��������� *lll tl |lli 10 1*1 fO������ ^    '  TRY ah Aladdin Lamp in Yowr Home Before You Buy  '' ~ " * i, Hiiekil, ilinilni, Will ind Chindiiliriftaiat limpr-ln fill Aliddln Lut|ii for attrt  diftpmn pail cud ind ilmplfMy riuii* InlarMlid. I'll f>������ ftlid in hrlna an Aliddln tiran k>  4i*i la youi lama to km ��������� ������i|kt or iwo, lotlnlir wlikoot obllinhm. Sell Um end tataf.  //(fcf.,������  .     -���������',->,l,(,'.:>���������  A11, A ft D ] N  I fumlih Tibl*  pnrpM*, Jum  ibav *va ud Uhi  iv     .,..-,  :V. BOJiO^fl^  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATEB;  P. O. BOX 482    '  PHONI3 20   CUMBJE  it  Hi  Thi? is the first spring in the history of .Comox  District (hat the local demand foi:.egRS has. been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they rtre rightly .managed,. Begin  with the little fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixtuje of hone meal, wheat,  oafs, corn "and oihor grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,   For sale by  i-.t-  A, B. CRAWFORD,    ���������   - Cou idijl  ; iJKAtEli In Hour and ;keed<  -'���������!|  'I  l  I  W, W. Lofoaiix; of Vnncoiivvr.  svill lie Socialist eomlidalo fur  thin coimtitnuncy,  Ali������.\,Rii\vnn lia������ ben ���������Oi^fi'd  Bocrefory, ami .R, hifitur.preHident  or District UH, U. M, \V. of A. ,  '" ���������   '        ami' " "  ���������   "  Snmiit'l Davis Si*,,   win   t������k<t������i  mown  tnrmiRhout  tliu  romox   Din- ....i,,,.,.!,, mi ,1.1.1 ,,���������u,l.  trlfit, hh hi> wim horn ������t Comoi ������nd MltHlVUlj' Jl������ tlltn Wllik.  bat roRldcd horo practically tU bin.  Soldfor tho Cumberland ������te Comox  District, by the  Union   Bay   Co-operative  Company, Ltd.  Sole Agents  tanmstaeawtssseissiwssvtp'.  Iii.i.:,;aii...'iwiii'u..ml.jai.i  "������"������^'n ifW8HH|waMti������W'������  0JtmJXLmUi3    WJbJtfCIXXJtC  Sub*Agent ���������;  -��������� Cumberland  mJma^*m*f*a*m  I  TenMilesioraCent  ||    Fwm i>niuUB������fcl������Mi<ii.ftfiKlpWh������ip������^;  Mil* u>y������rt iho com of opqniiaj ���������-  HARLEY-DAVIDSON  wtWt,:.6:n-;t'y C'-i^rE  T������io������IUn������Or������yr������ll^w '     v  'Ibio mochine ii ilwfiyi readyJorn  hurry-unlrip on plenum tup. Will 00,  Uu. Mia work eA t tioroo*. No nrmua  ���������wIumUW. Wt would lib lo loll you  MATOtUui tho {ptafeat iporl ill tht  ���������world. Cwm is ud im ui.  THOS. PUMLCV/  ������it*i.tM     Victoria, p.c.  *\\\i:r.--  \  ������-If v. ihu 1 ut I'linile^'s it's au. kjoht?*'  p fl-Wo Do TtopulrlPiT.,  ssaoi  run  mm.  J  n

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