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Array ���������' GIVE   YOUR  FIRST   OF   THS   MONTH   ORDERS   TO   THE   IDEAL   S  A Journal DeVoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox Ulstrict.  The News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND. B. C,    WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26  _9_2  Subscription $1.00 a Year  iHiiniiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiii^  ^_j  WATCH This Space  Next Week For Dm  "RED'SAG" ,  i  Whitewear Sale*  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  fc-v#^  Lavatories,  ���������ing,  ������  -���������?r_������:._5-*  liK-'-????''-'^  i 1.   *^__3z������miii  lies  ^-"���������"v,..^  "v**-  ^  'X  w  ??tfe=>-r;  fffmf*  -..���������__r --.tt__r'. ���������, 1^11, _-  .������>J_t  SII  Ii'EISE-:  wmsTanarr ������_cx__w:jK__������������������ca>**:  ncrm___ft������ Jir_x_KJMnff-T?K'iira<M-__rfrjJtsi_r_> ������-xsj-������rr_  FOUSALE���������Oue gasoline  Brown, of .tin.   Huntingdon  Star,  launch, io  h. p:-engine,   30 feet] havo purohnsed tin Sumas, Wash.  0 inches-long; 7-. ft, beam, .cabin  to hold 25"'passengers. An up-  to-date boat, Terms can be given if necessary. A snap. Enquire  at this office. ���������  Thn Ladies of ' tho Maccabco?  will hold a danco in llio Cumber-  land Jln.ll, on tho evv_iuti<_; of July  lst.   -Roy's Orclie_t.ru will  bo .in  attendance .^ebbslnnoiitfl will bi*  earved dii ring the evening >l*roo,  A very enjoyable .ev6imig';_iB  promised..  -..Mrs, Rambler, sister o������ Mr. G,  W, (31 i ti t'd*/ rctur net I "to hor homo  nt J.1 arris6urg, Pcn,uBylvauiii, on  Wednesday lust,  Wilt Clin (oh ' nrrivod homo  from Lehigh University,'Pennayl-  viuiiu ou Sunday morning.  LewiH Shearer, fireboss at Ko.  C mino, had his hcuII -.badly frno-  turcd ul tlmt mine ou Sunday  night while working around. (3110  of tho pumps, 3I������ ia in a critical condition, A driver named  Hurry AndorBon was also injured  by 'tlm same pump, but not seriously, and is doing woll.  STOW]. ACQUITTED,  The sessions of the Nanaimo  Assize Court wore brought to a  close on Friday .evening lafit,  with the disposal of tho caso of  Hex v������. Sfowo, a rancher ol' fcial-  News from A. Stuart, Mr.  Bates -was nt ono timo proprietor  of the .Cumberland News-  Dr. Gillespie was presented  with a very handsome gold-headed  cano by the members of Grace  Mothodist Sunday " school and  choir. Tho presentation tool*:  place at Roy's Bench on-Saturday  last.���������Wo expected that some  thing serious would happen to'tlio  doctoi before ho got nwny from,  Cumberland,���������lid,,  A coiiplo^of gold-hca/led  canes  presented  to "Dad,"  would  bo  very much apprecirtcd at the pre  sent time,      "" ������  Grand: Opening  ....of.. ,.  The   Cumberland Department Stores  1=1 JUNE 3.0 ^IS  WITH an entirely new stock of groceries, dry goods, gent's furnishings,  clothing, boots aud shoes, house furnishings aud furniture, hardware and  enamelware, crockeryware, glassware,  drugs, stationery, etc. etc.  To celebrate the occasion, and as  an acknowledgement of the support  we have already received, we are male  ing a $5000 Cash Distribution, Call,  phone or write for particulars.  W. A. WAGENHAUSER       F. P. ONATic  PROPRIETORS        "   ,  Corner of First St and Dnnsmuir Ave  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  Phone 10  P. O.  Box 100  'tSSSUB ro_i������_gPCT__j.g_ ,m.H3.^rtf1l,fl  9S3E2S  lf^S____C!______r__________K_!_^ __:  iANK  Phonb 31  ^-CAPITAL,. $15,000,000  PI7QT1 __c_"fi_*,5_p:rvA_r_f_n.   p3VW������(^j^l/l^K^������������^'^l^i^-lC?4*������*  W6  nrniiwn niBiM  A Strawberry Social will be  held on Thursday afteroon in Mr.  Clinton's grounds. Tea, Ice  Crenm and Sale of Work. Evei y-  body welcome. Admission free.  Dance in the evening.  On Sunday next, Dr. Roper,  Hi-hop of Columbia will preach  in Holy Trinity church at even  ing service, A recption will bo  given by tho congregation on the  following Tuesday, to which tho  public is cordially invited,  FOUND���������A, pair of spectacles,  Apply this oilice.  WWiiwwii     m   ������������������   ���������������������������m-i ��������� iimi  Mr. Geo, W. Clinton and Mis*  Amy Chambers, Into principal of  pur high pchool, were united in  marring at Duncan on Wednesday hist, the Row' V, Christmas  (iHU'intlng, After the reception  the hnppy couple left on a khort  honeymoon, trip to Sound cities.  Tho Nitws extends congratuln.  tions, ���������  ARRIVAL   AND    PfiPAUT-  ' URE OF MAILS  Miss Jessie Frame" arrived  home from Vancouver on Thursday Inst, whero she hns boon nt  tending Normal School.  . The motor bus service is now  in'full fwihg and is doing n good  business, <  Ticket 728 held by Willie Mc  Lollnn, won the 960 diamond  ring drawn I'or ut the Cumberland Hall on Saturday night.  The Ambulance Class concert  held in the Cumberland IInil on  Monday evening was a very successful nfVnir, A large audience  greeted the entertainers, whp apparently enjoyed every item of  the excellent programme. Du������  ling the   evening   Mr.   Joseph  orb 11 ry was   presented   with a  Mrs. (Dr.)'Gillespie was presented at the picnic grounds ou  Saturday last, with two handsome  pieces of cut glass by the mem  bers of her Sunday school class.  . Mr, Clarke, of Victoria High  School, and n former principal of  Cumberland High School, arrived  in town ou Saturday hint. He is  conducting the High School ex-  ami n'nt ions,  The "blind piggors" certainly  got uu eye-opener in the $300  (ino each nnd costs. And to think  that thatjgood looking #1500 goes  to the .government ��������� nnd not.to the  city, The fates must bo against  ns.,..";./,, '..  Constable Stephenson ib'..cor-  tninly on to his job. May ho continue in the good work,  Rev, La Here wo uro pleased to  lenrn will be the noxt principal of  our High School.  Percy Winch of tadysniith,  wus in town this week,  DniiHiuuir Avenue is rapidly  lllling up with businoes blocks,  Ilov, 15, C. I'Voeinun expects to  leave next week on a two.weeks-  vacation trip to Holla Cool a.  .1.      . ,   1  1  ., :,i.  gold inedal for clllcieucy in am-  Thc following is the .schedule bulnuce   work,    Dr,    Gillespie  for the arrival aud departure <>fjWas also presented   with a   vcy  MONEY ORDERS   '  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are ;i safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting- small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (exc.pt in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, are issued at  the following rates:  $5. and under    3 cents  Over    5 and not exceeding $10    6    "  "     10      " " 30 10     "  30      " ,��������������� 50...., 15  REMITfANCES  ABROAD  ELO  Bhould ba mado by means cf our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLANP HI.ANCH W. T. WHITE,-ICanoser-  .   BAIRD-CARNEY.  Oa the ovoning of tho 20th.  inst: at tbo residence of tho bride's  parents, Derwont' Avcuiio, Miss  Rllon Baird, fourth daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. James Baird, -and  Mr, Thomas Carney were united  in mai'i'iago, Tho ceremony was  performed in tho presence of n  larc'e number of friends nnd rola-  tives, Rev, J. Hood of St Gecrge'8  ProHbytoi'inn church officiating."  The bride wns becomingly attired  in a lavender bilk gown with  which sho wore tho conventional  bridal veil and orange lnWoi.ii>-,.  She wns attended hy her cousin  Miss Kate McNeil, while Mr,  Cljns. Walker performed the du-  tins of best mnn. The popularity of the newly wedded pair wns  attested to in the largo 11 umber  of handsome presents received..  They will imiko their home with  the 'bride's parents for thepa'sont.  It is otiimaled that Canada Im**  enough coal   to   lust   for   0,000'  years. ��������� Don't worry,   you  won't  be hero when the supply runs out-,.  uI)uffy",i.-V a "cntekerjaok" 011-  our. '..Armstrong" Press, ilo is  developing a muscle that would  eclipse Jack Johnson's.  Patriotic swrvico will; bo held  in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 1.1 o'clock. The  Sunday..schoolchildren with (heir  parents-and friends are oxpectod.  to be prccont. The pas for will  deliver an addruss on ' citizenship."   'liverybody come.  ���������,Mi', A. B.  Boynr,  principal of  our public bchoul   will lake his lh  nnl leave of our city this week.-  "Will yo uo come  back again,"  TKACIllCUWAKTKI) for Min  to public miliiKil, Ktdnry 375.00-  jier month. Apply to Alex Sum  erville, Secretary, Mintp, I*. 0.  EBEBffiBSSi-&g������l^  tmm*m m������.ttmmmm twtm.mtm.mf ���������*  the mni'der of his neighbor one  John Caviti, in FoUriiary last, the  jury being but two luuirs ivturn-  ing with a verdict of "NotCuilty,"  lhe priso'ioi'. b'.'ing discharged  from custody iuiiuudiawd),���������Na-  ���������   ,'n.* Ili'iiild  ,1. A. Hutei, prnprietni' of the  Frii.t'i* Vall-'y Record and the Ah.  boUfurd Vo*!, nud   T.   llrodbtock  the ninlls:���������  Arrive Tuesday.. nt 8.30 p. m.  Arviyn 'iM-itircrloy ot tt  *ii  nm  .- .1     *  Arrive Saturday nt....8.30 p.m.  Depart Wednesday ... .at 7 am,  Depart Friday nt 7 n. in.  Depart Saturday... .at 4.30 p.iu  ������_. ,.*>.  PiviMileiit Tuft ha'j ''witr<-d 0m  Ih'publicnn nuniinnUon l������y a large  iiinjiirity. ���������'Toddy'' vx'tu com.  jilelely buwlnd over, but he is imt  1 lu wn for keeps, ,  handsome bilvcr tea service and  tray hy the uieuibeis of lhe class,  .      . ',.      (���������   ', ,   r   1 t       1  III  llpp'l Cv'.hUi*.'.! Ul   lu.") irtivlliliiUUil  valuable services.  Mr, nud Mrs, Clinton arrived  home on Tuesday.  Mis, h- A, Mounce war. ho..-  less at tennis* uu Tuesday alter-  noon. About 'wt-nly-fivu weie  present.  We wish the hoys, girls nnd  tench its u very enjoyable vacation."  fl  U'ill'C wUUUII ,}., Illtil IlllU (llllail, HU  OlCa������Hi|i, U������U������di>  150 peir yiiril.    NOW 3 yds im 25c  Vine While I.nnjr Clnili, 36 iiu:lics wide, usual |������ric������  20c ii yd,   NOW 15c 11 yd,  Hiiij'm.iii tiiii^liain:. 'II JH.-iuis iiirii..-,,   iiiii hlii|.r,aiu  S yds for one dollar,* icdm:i>(l fnini 15c ,1 yd  Urtien ll(������ijf! (lowii'iri/os.w to 4:'.''������������v nec1*' !mi  j-.| s!������.:**ve*-, *-|ili.*iuliil w.it.hii'X piiiiU (ind j!in������luiili*  hi $2 each"  Mi      IwPwwI.WiMi  .���������..____-__-_._-.������..      ..- (.  .So.'ciuitil ,..1->Uiiliitl<i   0/ (���������(liid J .i-iii )!(.>.������%.���������  ill   iilii.'.ll.i  and mercerized mullH, prices ,30c. 50c and One each  Our HnlhiiH? Smls (or Itidi<*smen nnd bays arc now    ���������  1  ,..,.  , ������������������  .1, ,   -t    ,  .���������#���������.-���������   ������������������(  1"-" ���������     'i             '���������  tllCKt; sinirjiiablc ^nntU.  i*  Ladies' il.imty wliiic cmUroldcted   \v.if.li \wli*. nil s\i-  en at 35c i-iicMt  _.*������*���������������->���������*���������**���������*#*������������������������������������' mm-r^t���������������-la-M-JMHWHJ"n������w  m * arm'' avamm-i  Campbell  ^Bros*  Dnnsmuir trfvenue  CumhtrlurJ, *B, C.  UilUKM-i.' Jtf.m-3UffJff."������':.iiMi������lilitfiiiiiWilixtir_)-" "ii���������M-aiMniHwwnmiw  nl IIII riPilliilHilli   11 r^m^mamnam^^mr^m,  ^mt~*^^m^mi^^^m^  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. Jl. ,CL  i  IN THE  By L. G, MOBERLY  Author of  "Dan and Another," "A Tangled  Web,"    "Sin of Allso.i  Deer-  lng,"  etc.,  etc.  WARD,-LOSK  t CO.,  LIMITED  London, Melbourne and   Toronto.  (ConUnuedi,  CHAPTER XII.  Dorolhy Hernesley sal. alone in her  liO'ulolr. The tea-table was beside  her, /but she had waited to pour out  the, tea until Miles came in'''from-his  Bitting to Mr. Bevan, which was to  have been followed by a. visit, to one  of his outlying.'farms, and Dorothy,  absorbed in a. book, did not notice  how time'was'passing until -the little  clock on the iiiar*lepieco chimed  half-past five.  "Miles is late," she thought of closing the book and drawing the tea-fable  nearer to her chair; "lie was so sure  of being back to tea, but. something  must have detained him. 1 wish"���������-  ..she drew her brows together, and her  eyes instinctively turned towards the  .Tune sky; seen through the open window-���������"! wish he. "wouldn't wear himself-out over the estate. I believe lie  thinks I want hiiii to wear himself  1o death." She ' pushed away her  half-finished cup of tea and sat hack  in her chair again, allowing her  thoughts to roam over the past few-  weeks, and .further still to those  other weeks that had come before  her wedding, before the strange day  when she had promised* to be Miles'  wife. ,..,...,.  Looking round her pretty, luxuriously-furnished room,"it was difficult  to think herself back into the days  iti the dreary lodging-house, when  she had worked hard; the days when  she had been the sole support, and  protector of the father and . mother  who had leant upon her so heavily.  It was hard to determine which was  the most dream-like���������that time of  monotonous struggle or her new existence, sheltered from every diflicul-  - ty, wrapped round by Miles' protecting care, shut away into,a world of  peijce from all fret and disturbance.  How good he had been to her!  That was tlie predominating reflection of Miles' wife: how infinitely patient and good he had been, facing  the future with a quiet courage towards which her whole soul rose up  in passionate admiration, demanding  and lean out of the window to breathe  the fresh sweetness of the Juno, evening Far away across the park the  church clock chimed six, and at the  same moment Dorothy caught sight  of her husband's figure walking slowly up- the avenue. He walked so  slowly and with such an air of dejection or fatigue, she could uot. at a  distance tell which, that/^Jie hurried  from her boudoir and"intpvthe garden  to meet hi'ii���������all her - dreams and  fancies vanishing in ��������� .the. womanly  longing to help and comfort, a tired  man. **���������' .*���������"*  "I saw you coming," she said - to  him, slipping her hand through his  arm when they met., "1 thought 1  would meet youp and���������why���������Miles,  what is it? You don't feel ill, do you.  dear?"  Her sentence broke off thus abruptly as her eyes ran over his face  and  the observed  its curious pallor.  CANADA BEATS THE U.S.  MORE HONORS FOR GIN-PILLS  Holyoke,  Mass., U.S.A.  "Having taken two boxes of your  excellent GIN PILLS, they relieved  me so much that I am quite salisfic-d  with the results. I gave- an order to  my druggist about three weeks ago  to spud mc some moio, Nothing has  come yet and I had to borrow a box  from a lady friend who is also using  GIN PILLS. 1 have none left and am  sending you $1.50 for three boxes  which ,l would ask you to send, at  once as I ani not quite so well when  3 am without GIN PILLS."  AGATHE VANESSE.  Gin Pills must be good when peopl1  in Massachusetts send all the way to  Toronto to; get them. There is hoth--  ing like Gin, Pills���������nothing just the  same or just as,good.    Don't accept  and a certain strained look in' his '^substitutes if you value your health  eyes. Ho was breathing a little hea-j and want to be cured of Kidney and  vily too,'" as if after great exertion | Bladder Trouble,1 or Rheumatism. In-  or mental emotion, and as her hand j sist on having Gin Pills. 50c a bQx, G  touched his she found it cold as ice.   jfor $2,50.    Sample free if you write  "Is anything the matter?" she said. I National. Drug & Chemical Co. of Can-  when lie did not. at first answer, but atla, Limited, Dept. X.U.. Toronto.   92  stood still -on the gravelled drive looking at Iier with dazed eyes, as if she  were" a  stranger or  the  last  person  he had expected- to see in that, place.  "Dorothy," he said; after that moment's strange fixed stare, "1���������yes���������  something is the matter," he began  to" speak rapidly,, almost feverishly,  after the first hesitating words. "I've  hardly taken in yet. what a difference  it is goin_- to make���������it's come; as  such  an unexpected blow." '  "What has coiiie as an unexpected  blow?" Dorothy's voice was very  quiet; there was a soothing note in  its gentle tones. "Has something upset you, dear^ Tell me all about it."  Her calm manner, the gentleneas  of i her voice, and exactly the -right  effect, upon the man's excitement���������  for that he was labouring under some  intense excitement was perfectly obvious to his' wife���������and he answered  her in more natural tones, whilst they  walked slowly ������������������ together towards the  house.  "I feel as if I had deceived you,"  he exclaimed, "that is what*worries  me most."  met me; he wanted to speak to me  most urgently. I was a bit surprised  ���������the fellow's manner was so familiar���������and I'm afraid I stiffened up a  littlo and said I was in a hurry and  going on to Raeburn's farm, and all  that sort of thing, you know, Dorothy.  I can't stand that, sort of bounder."  Dorothy smiled.  "That sort of bounder" and Miles  were such poles asunder that she  felt it was not surprising her husband should find it. difficult to bear  familiarity from a man of Denis Trit-  ton's type.  (To be Continue;!;  from "her no more "ol'TEenderness than  she was Svilling to give; ��������� iiever failing- to make her his first thought, his  first consideration. She never allowed herself to look forward nor to let  herself think of Oliver Dynecourt at  all���������but, this afternoon, waiting for  Miles in the rose-scented fragrance  of her pretty room, Oliver's face rose  suddenly before her���������Oliver's faco  and Miles'���������side-by side, ip strange  Juxtaposition. It was almost as if. the  two men actually stood there, so  plainly did the eyes of her mind see  Ihem both���������Miles' face, strong, and  fair, his quiet grey eyes full of steadfastness; Oliver's / dark handsomeness,   his  eyes aglow  with,  passion.  Tlie whimsical fancy camo to her  that the two wero standing there before her bidding her choose between  them; asking .her to decide, once for  all, to which of Ihem her heart was'  most wholly given.     "-.'    .   :0  "Oliwer���������oh, Oliver," sho whispered  under hor breath. "I couldn't, bo untrue to. you, and if I am trying to bo  faithful ln every thought to. Miles,  remembor he hns such a littlo time,  aiid 1 must give him of iny best, Ho  in so good to me���������ho very good!"  . Wns thero reproach, or a mocking  Hinllo In Oliver's dark eyes as thn  vision slowly faded? , Dorothy could  not. answer her own question, She  only knew that, lu somo unaccount-  nblo wuy a new factor seemed to havo  crept Into ,her feelings for tlio two  men who plnynd n part iu hor life���������  that some subtle and indodimhlo son-  nation nmdo her movo from her chair  Eczema 25 Years  Cured bv "Cuticura"  "Deceived me?". Dorothy looked  into his disturbed face with a sudden  wonder whether his disease had taken a new direction and was affecting  hi*-;-brain. ".'. don't understand what  you mean. How could you have deceived' me?"  "At. any rate it was an unintentional deceit," he said with a short laugh.  "God knows, when I asked you���������  when I forced you to be my wife, T  thought I'-was offering you'something  that was at least/my own. I,never  dreamt that there Was any insecurity  In my position���������I never dreamt of.the,  possibility  of what, has  happened."  "But what has happened?" Doro-.  thy questioned, her guiding hand on  lV___]___?hand's arm drawing_liiin to-  wards the open window oT the library; "remember I ani still in the  dark. 1 don't know what you mean  when you talk of insecurity and of  what has happened. Has something  happened to-day?"  "I am a brute to come and startle  you like this���������you look quite white  and frightened," Miles answered, putting her "into a. big armchair by the  window .and standing himself just  wher  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local .ppllMtlon-i,' -rs uipj- c-innot rearh tlio dls  easfil portlc-i ot tlie car. There is only one way to  cure deafness, ami that Is by constitutional remedies.  Deafness Is roused by an Inflamed .condition of the  mucous lining ot the l-'ustaclilan Tube, When thii  tube Is Inflame 1 you liave a rumbling: sound or Imperfect hearing, and when il ia entirely closed, Deafness la ths result, and unli-w the Inflammation can bo  taken o-.i_.an_ tliia tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing -..'ill be destroyed forever; nine cases  out of ten arc caused by Catarrh, which .Is nothing  but un inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot  Deafness d-ausetl by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by'Hall'. Catairh Cure.  Send for circulars, free.  > F. J. CHUNKY & CO.. Toledo, O.  Soi_ by DriiffKlst*. "lie.  Take Hall's Faintly Pills for constipation.     A  An, Advertising Genius..  \\  He was an old merchant whojjfiad  built up a big business by advertising..   .    . '%���������  "John," said his wife, "what do  you want on you tombstone?"  ;! "Oh,' he answered, "it isn't very  important what the text is so long, as  lt=gets. good space and is well displayed."  DRESS  OF JAPANESE  BRIDES  White  Worn  for   Part-, of the  Ceremony, But for a Strange*. Reason.  Brides in Japan follow the same  custom whicl. prevails in the Western  world, that of wearing white at the  wedding ceremony; at least during a  part of it. But the significance attached lo the choice of this color is  quite different on the two sides of  the world.  The Japanese bride is. dressed first  in resplendent garments of -white silk,  the sleeves of the costume usually  being about three feet in length,  while the sash, an important feature,  measures about 11 feet in length.     -  But white, as the Oriental Review  explains, is the mourning color , in  Japan, and the bride, leaving her  parents' house, considers herself dead  in .the sense that she will never .return alive, preferring .. death to divorce, and in consequence wearing a  white costume.  After the exchange of cups of  sake with the bridegroom, which is  the most important part of the wed-,  ding ceremony, the bridge changes  her costume, to a red one. This is  called iromaoshi (changing color).  Red is supposed to have a purifying  power, and perhaps clears the minds  of the parties of all association of  mourning.  This is _the origin of tho Japanese  custom of using - white costume at  weddings, but many people in modern Japan do not any longer have  time to bother their heads with these  questions of color, and simply go  ahead and marry according to the accepted custom, with no thought- of  what the colors signify.  .___.  The importation of foreign gloves  io_the_UnitedJ_iiigdoiii_wras-Yorbiddou-  until._ $25.  SMMs Cum  quickly alop.-i couifbs. cures colds, heals  ino throat a_id lun_s      -   ���������  25. cents.  A concern In Buenos Ayres, Argentina, is about to instal machinery to  be used  in  a  factory  for  producing  he"'couldW"seolut"^cr^sJU^!!'el'ti'^inK materials.    It  is proposed  Mme. J, P.  Ijj_n uji it  MniitTeui  Leg Lite Raw Flesh from Knee Down  "I liavo befit Irealrd  hy doctor* for  (wtiiity-livo yuuru for n bud <'mw of itzimui  on my U'l.t Tlmy dirt <lmlr briU, but fallnl  ,,. ,.���������,, li *������fit own rlncfnr limi ndvlw-il mn  to havo my lei; cut oil, but I naltl I would  ','���������i Cut'miim ll. mi-iIii-i ���������!���������.'.'.!.    i'i  liy  'if*/ tlicm If vou Win Imt T ilo not think  thoy will do nny nooil.* At tliln tiirii* my  !��������������������� v.*w jwlwl from llm liiii'O down, mv  foot v.uh llko rt |nc*'������ ol raw flc.lt oiid I  lull \q wmIR on iiultlici.  ' "! bought a x-iitiii nt I'lilleurit Eon., ft Vox  ]U.olviiii, Mint llio lust tv.o tititiiiiiiti  Iho 'twilling w������l *<ovn and in l������o monilm'  hko of Ihu I'utlmt.. Uiirntillra my U-R v.a.1  cured mil tin* iinv. hlcln firovwi on. 'i Iin doctor  rmild not tii'llrvo hl'i own eyt-iv, In ii he wiw  tlmt Cuticura had uin-l mo ami mid tha* ho  vould iho (Ni'J.mim for Iih own iiBtlin|i.  liul for iho (.'uiliiiro Ilimf'tllM I might h������yo  I,m mi* lit* I am frulv trnli-fnl mr lh"  v.oiiiliiliil niro lliat Ciiiicuia xvroujilit ani  ! nlwayii momriiiiul It mo������t hlifhly a������ji Kiiff)  (sno tftitminlral turn (or xl.In trniiMM  (SifiiHii Mon'. J. U. Jlffiainl, -J.11 Muituua  ht.,.(ontital,  For mnti, than a jfcnr-r.-itlon fiiilnir-i Pnan  uni Ointi<i<-������i iiKVi- i!f!oi<]i"<l il.������- i|.in!i- t  (dii! mint r-roiinmlrijl tri-atfru-rit f������������r >l,ln kmi  i (.Ip iiiimot<*. K4>t>l t.v ilniKKl*t* i������iol ihfh f*  iv������-ry*Ali*'ii*. For a IUktiiI _uiri|il������ nf n>. i,  v.ii'i 3_*-p. WiX, hf-mf to IVl������r 1>. A v,  toip4 4, CSoluuibua Ave, U.'.luii, U. ti, A.  fair outlook over -garden and park.  "The thing iipset me a good bit ray-  self, but I've no business to come and  vent my worries on you."  "No business to let your wife" share  all that upsets you?" Dorothy answered gently, witli the smile that  Allies loved* .to call'up * on her face.  "I should bh' very angry with you,  really very angry, if you did not bring  nil your IrdubleB to me, little .and  big. And I his���������Is something big?"  she added, laying her hand on his  coat-sleeve, ',,.'.",',���������.  "Vory big," he answered grimly,  and vho look in his eyes as they met  hers startled lior; "look, here, dear,  T am no good at beating about the  bush, 1 should havo mado a sorry  sort of diplomatist; I can't break bad  news skilfully, and this is bad novvs,  I have heard lo-duy*'���������ho spoko moro  slowly, and his hand caught Dorothy's  hand and wrung it hard���������"I liave  been told, ou what seems unimpeachable a'utluirlty, t,!int.--I am not. my  uncle's heir. A grandson lias turned  np,"  "A���������grand son?"  "Well, tlio fullow HooniH lo have  fulrly valid proofs thai, ho Is tlio son  of that Kcapograco cousin of mine,  (ioorgo HornoHley, And if, as seems  probable, hln mother and my cousin  were legally married, Mils man Is my  uncle's heir,"  "Whoro have you hoard this? nnd  nro you suro It. Is absolutely IruoV"  Dorothy nuked, liitont only on administering comfort to Miles, and oblivious or the Import of hln words as  they concerned herself.  "I'Yoin tho man himself," A curious look passed over Miles' fnco, a  look his wlfo could not. Iiilorprot.  "Hy oun of ilioso odd coincidences  which sound like fairy IhIch hi real  life, thn mnu Is Mr, Homiies' clerk,  Deals Tritton he Iiiih always been  called until he iniiilo I his discovery  about himself, lie owns the white  cnltage which Mr. llevau has taken."  "That man?" Dorothy oxelalined,  scarcely heeding the end'of Miles'  sentence; "Hint snllovv-faceil young  man with the shifty eyes? Hut,  Mltus���������wiill-r-lioiv titriiiige- don't you  ���������remember the day when Mr, Hovnn  camo over to Ihe house, when we  hroiiifllt lilm 'ii Ihe pli'turn nillorv**  j lie mild ihe port I'll 11, of your puritan  , ,M>iAnuit,   Ull    Kilifllli   Witt,   VXiUll'v   UiUi  IiIh landlord?"  I "Hy Jove, yes!" The dazed look  j that had boon upon MUoh' face lifted  for a moment, "I hail clean fornotten  ! the whole thing, liul now son nii-nilon  ! it il {'iuiii-m back to me. Why Dial  j ance.tor, chap of nilno with IiIh long  j face anil the eyes or u 'slithy love'--  to quote 'Alice In  Wonderland'��������� was  : ilie very Image or HiU fellow Tritton.  I It  Minn-how  mills  probability  to  his  | siory."  i     "Ti'll nn1 wll, re ynu v:\'\ utni    v.hut  | III*  Mllill."  ' "It's nltoju'tlicj- a nm fi- Kioi-i-. ', >.-  you know, 1 v,'������-nt for my slttlni!, ai*,l  Just iih It was over mul | wuh naying  rnml live lo Ifevati nf hln K-U'ih-tl KUte,  who hIioiiIiI conn* up (nit Tritton.  Hi* Inokt'd n bit wild and exeiled, nud  .o utilize grasshoppers and their ogg_,  thus convert ing a destroyer'of the  crop'inlo fertilizing material.  NERVOUS DISEASES  IN THE SPRING  Cured   by   Toning   the   Blood   And  Strengthening the Nerves,  It 13 tho opinion of the best, medical authorities, after long observation, that nervous diseases are more  common and more serious in tho  .prlng tlmn at nny othor time or tho  year. Vital challKOB in, tho system,  after long winter montlis, may causo  nuch more trouble than tho familiar  spring weakness and weariness from  which most peoplo suffer as tho result of Indoor life, In poorly ventilated and often overheated buildings,  Odlclal records provo that In April  and May nournlgla, St. Vitus danco,  epilepsy and other forms of nervo  troubles aro at theli* worst, and that  then, moro than any other time, a  blood-making, norvo-rcstorlng tonic  is needed.  Tho antkiuoted custom of taking  purgallves In tho spring lu useless,  for the system really needs strength-  onlng, whllo purgatives only gallop  through the bowels, leaving you weaker. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro (ho  best, medicino, for thoy actually mako  tho lew, rich, red hlood that feeds  lhe starved nerves, and thim cure  the mnny forms or nervous disorders,  They euro also hiicIi other forniH of  Hprlng troubles as headaches, poor  appollte, wciiknoHH In tho limbs, as  woll iih remove unsightly pimples and  eruplloiii), In fact, they unfailingly  bring new health and Htrength lo  weak, tired nnd depressed men, women and children.  Hold by all medicine dealers or by  mall nt nil cents a box or six boxes  for ViXiif from Tho Dr, Williams' Medicine Co,, Hiockvllle, Ont.  The Primitive.Kubus.  . A people without any form of religion, without superstition, devoid of  any thought of the future state, has  been found ln the interior forests of  Sumatra, according to Dr. Wilhelm  Valez, the geologist of the University  of Breslau, who has made extensive  journeys through the island.  There he found the Kubus, as he  named them,- who are scarcely to be  distinguished from the small manlike  ape of the Indo-Malayan countries;  They are wanderers through the forest seeking food; they have no property. They are not hunters, but simply collectors. They ,seek" merely  sufficient nuts, fruits and other edible  growths to keep them alive.  The Kubus wage very little war  fare upon the small amount of animal  life in their silent and sombre land.  ���������Tjio ,onlj^ notion that Prof. Valez  coufd' get from them of a difference  between a live and a dead person was  that the dead do not breathe, lie  infers that they are immeasurably  inferior to the paleolithic man of Europe,' who fashioned' tools and hunted big game with his flint-tipped, arrow and knife. Intellectual atrophy  -;s~tlie~re"_ult~ of "rlfe"Kubus'" environ1"  ment. The words they'know are almost as few as the ideas they try to  express.���������London Globe.  Now Orleans expects to be the  centre of the richest "country in. the  world when the plans for reclaiming  the extremely fertile lands in that region are carried out.  A luxuriously fitted priyte car for  the use of bridal and theatre parties  is maintained by the company which  controls London's street railway system.  EXCESSIVE DRINKERS  REGAIN SELF-MASTERY  DAYS  - Troublesome English.  The Liverpool tramway authorities  have furnished two quaint additions  to tho literature of notices. Some  years ago this notice was posted in  the Liverpool cars: "Passengers are  requested to pay no moro pennieB  than the conductor in their presence  punches holes ln their tickets for."  This was criticized, and another effort as made and posted: "Passengers aro requested to pay no mbre  pennies than for which the conductor  In their presence punches holes in  their tickets." This, top, Avas pronounced a failure, and Iho official  concluded that language had not yet  boon Invented which would express,  what they felt. But don't you know  exactly what tho ofilclnl notice  meant?--Tho London Chronicle,  at ihe Neal Institute will absolutely cure the excessive Drinker  of all craving and desire for  alcoholic drink in any form, and  this without the use of hypodermic injections. There are no bad  after-effects. Booklet and complete information on request.  The Neal Institute Co., Ltd.  502 Seventeenth Ave.  We3t.  CALGARY  405 Broadway.  WINNIPEG  2244/Smith Street,  REGINA  . REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothino 6y_up lias be������������  used (or over SIXTY YBAR8by MILLIONS of  MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIL5  TBETHINO, with PERFECT SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES th? CHILD. SOFTENS the GUM9.  ALLAYS nil PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC. iud  is the best remedy for DIARRHOIA. It i������ absolutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mra.  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," ond take novther  kind. Twenty-five cents a botlle.  A 7������/o Safe Investment  7 per cent, guaranteed and a uliar*  In further proMa.  Tlie above'security la the best Industrial ever offered in Canada.  Wrlto at onco for particulars.  National  Securities  Corporation,  Ltd.  Confederation Life Bldg. Toronto,  Thoro nro hIjc hundred jirofcHHlonnl  Hinry IcllcrH '.ii "'okIn, who wiindor  Irom hoi ho to hoiiHo lo upln yurim al.  ihu rnto of '20 ccntu an hour. Tho  Htory loiter lciirni n now sot of (dor-  lex v> "--ii nu imun tne uiu unt-u t't.*uiii<r  Lost Trade.  '   It wac ut tho dentluL'B    and- Pot*.  was tho object in tho chair a miserable dejected, forlorn object.  Tho optiration was ended nnd tho  dentlet was oalontatloiiBly cleanlin**;  his forcops and smiling nt tho result  of hlo muscular efforts.  "I must chan;o you-$9," ho nald at  length to tho suffering patlont,  whom he had treated with moro  forco than skill. .  The unlucky vlellm turned upon  his per seen tor..  "What! Nlno dollars? Why,  you promised to charge mo only,  throe!"  "Yob," agreed (lie tooth tiiggor  cheer.'ully, "that In truth was my  contract for tho performance."  "Well," queried tho tormented ono,  "But you yelled ho loudly that  you'vo scared nwny llireo othor  Ihroo dollar piitlohtH!"���������Now York  Mall,.  IWPHERSON  SHOES  oro honestly mndo ana their absolute  perfection In every detail is tup result  of our tiC years experience In Illffh Grade  Bhoo Bulldlnf.. Thoy aro absolutely tho  most, nopulni* and best flhocs for the price  in Canada. Bloclccd by Icadinu dealers  -everywhere. \.  the john^ Mcpherson co., ltd,,  Hamilton. Ont.   ���������_,"___��������� I 'IrnVJ'  ARLINGTON CHAHLENGE  WATERPROOf COLLARS  atr- (he b������".l-_ ver. m_ de'.and ������"*r".  fJUrfiiintccLi In (jivo. yuj S'lli'iliK'i-  luln At ,iii ri ���������- .I tTti or hf- rt ri ti i ,- *jc  ���������.i.iiiiici   -..I>ie  f 1 nci  si/i- irc'liufi���������_  The Arlingtpii Co, ol Canada, IM  58 I tasi'i Ave',To.tonto, Ontaiioi .  When Your Eyes Need Core  Try Murine Eye Komeay. No Sroa������tln������--Peel������  ITIik!���������Act* Quickly, 'fry it,for -lted, Wea*  Watery Kvph mid HrnnuUtoil Eyolhlu. Illut*  trilled nook ln each PiiekiiRe. Murine It  compounded by our Oc������llM������-wt a "I'atjnt ������������������������������  Mm'"-but -lined In ������n_,e������������������!������i,������,,M,?,tt?i-1!������l?S"  iloo for mnny yourM. Now j lo dlcajnrt to tho I������ uV  lie nnd ������ol.l ItyVrngma ut mgnfl Hta nerllotUt,  Murine Kyo fenholn Ano'iUo -iibei,'Uia and Mo,  Murlno Eye Remedy Co., Chloago  _<^_SSStt&hfc_  'kl.dN-.EY  to 'fiv  *iui j.ciy*. hi- t.i-fyt~i\  t-w hy  lhe  nrm  rtiid   .aid  ho  wns  Kind  m"hnv#>  A plou for tho rclnilpor and the  immk ox Ih made hy K'nud .Hiihiiiiihhcii  and rotor Freuc.lin, (ho Dunluli polar  cxplorc-fH, who havo Kent u report on  tholr l������voi.U<ntlonH from NorUi-wmi-  rrn Croonlnnd to Iho lloyni Opo-  gniplilwil Hoolcly. hi Copenhagen. The  oxplorerH my that, tho reindeer aro  all hut extinct In tue Capo York dlHt*  riot, only (hlriy-llvn head remaining,  Mind! oxen are now only found iH l.|.  hfmioi'o Land, and Anierloan iiunlerfl  nro nald to he oxtormlnatlng lliein ut  n rapid rale,  '  PanfionRor���������"Why are wo bo lato?"  Guurd���������"Woll,   Hlr,   tho   train   iu  front wiih hohlnd, and UiIh (ruin wim  behind beforo boBldoB,"���������Punch,  Too Much.  A local author, wIioho name wo  nro loath to print, wuh willed upon  by a friend ono day early thin week,,  "1 inn going on a long Journey by  mini,' ho Ham, "jiimI 1 Know you  lmvo n dandy library, and 1 want  Homothlng to road on route, What  have you to loud me?"  "I bate to bonni, but I havo nn u\v������  fully funny ono,, Hero Ih my Idlest  book, I won't mnko you glvo It  buck (f you'll advertlso It"  "Hut bow can I do tlftt?"  "Head 11 on llio train where nenplc  can nee yon, and Inugh heart Ily  every few minute*. *'  The book wan itecepted, hut a few  dayH later the author received tbis  t.lcgrnm:  "H<-t������rn book lnwwlth. tonn't  wont it on trrtiis ouoted."  Waiting For The Eg(j.    ���������  Mrs Jolinstono, tho wlfo.of tho  now minister In u Now England  tpwn, iiuked. tt neighboring farmer'H  boy to bring her a dosson oggB'and a  roasting chicken whon ho brought  tho vogotablofl the noxt day, Tho  boy npponred proinptly but in IiIb  bnBkot   wt-ro only eleven oggH,  "Mn BayB Hho will Bond over tbo  other egg aftor a while," ho explained." '  "liut what about tho chlckonV"  Mru JohiiHon UHk'ed, , "Tbnt iIooh  not Ht'om to bo hero either."  "Bho will hoikI that, too," wiih tbo  ntiBWer.  "Util," complained Mr������ JoIhihoii,  "I want to cook tho chicken for dinner, Why didn't you bring it over  wllh you UiIh tlmo?"  "UocttUBO," replied" tho boy, "the  hen Imi't killed yot. . You boo, iiiii.'h  waiting tilltBho InyB the oilier egg,"  ��������� I.lppIllCOlt'H.  Kfflo���������"Shall I put on my mackln-  lOBh nnd run out and post thl������ letter  mot her','"  NMu-i- '.W. dc:ir,* it'." )uA fit for  a dog to he out a night llko thin., i;.t  your father po������t HI "���������London  Opinion, a  MlM-oylV   ) lnlmt.nj   rr.Ui.\i?r,   h.f*n*1tln}-i  Well, Well!  THIS I������a HOME DYE  ^���������ANYONE  IdyodALL^aso,  ~> DIFFERENT KINDS  of Goods  jfuilth iho SAME Due.  I used  DYOLA  ONEDYE^ALlKlNDSorcooD*  CLEAN and 8IMPLE to Vf.  I NO rli.nr. r f mini lli* WIlONfl Dm (ur Hi. Condi  on* Im*in rnliir, All tolnrt (mm your HniiKltpnr  IX.Ifr.  I lll'.l*. floirirr.rd.iul h.roilV llootI.I I���������,  I 'I'lit Johniun-iUi-liiriltoa Co* 'Jinlud, i(n_i������-i.  <������������������������������������* ���������  ii        '    atu_i m   MOBUk'Uli  Thero Ib probably moro (riiBby htnff  Hold lu the bribing powder lino  than In nny other Hue. MohI  of It eoulaliiH largo quuntltloB of  alum. To avoid Iho tine of thiH dun*  gi'iiiiiH iii'll, hiu that ull li.f-vcll. r-.U  oro plalnl)- nt alert In KngllMli on the  P'ld.age. The won!:; "So .Alum" on  (In package or In uu Ad. in not niiffl-  f-lclit.  London employs more fao������ory*work-  <rn than any other city In th������ United  Kingdom. ���������  I'higlliili "iih Bho Im Hpoken and  wrote" on UiIh eonllnont, Ib a funny  lunguago. A portor carrying over  two thoiiHimd dollni'H to n bank on  llroudwny met it thlof, wlio tried lo  knock lilm down. TIiIh Ih doBorlbed  In tbo piiperw a������ fin "iillemplod bold-  "P."  m**m*4mf*mat0mmW**f*aa**^m*e*mt-*mmmm  "Who In you opinion Ib tho grout-  fnl. iiL'io ol polar expiuniuun;  "WelV Jiplk'il iho evrryday rltl-  j;eu, "1 don'V pretend 1o bo it judge.  But that Tellow who camo back and  owned up thut ho wami'l tbo (liHt to  arrivo nppenlH to mo prolly Btroug-  ly."  It vtiB a glil'n baHkelball team and  play bad be mi BtroiiuoiiH.  , "Irt.no Ihib fainted," cried nomoono.  "Hiendy, glrlH," cried tbo captain.  "Cllvo her a littlo nir nnd ppjhh tlio  fiidgo.,--WiiBblngton Ilornld,  ������Cr W m*^*^r-  DIXIE TOBACCO  15  i  W. H. M. Hm .  i  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  A Wonderful Discovery  An eminent scientist,.the other day,  gave his opinion that the most.wonderful discovery of recent years was  the. discovery of., Zam-Biik. Just  thiols! As soon as a single thin layer  of Z__i-Bul- is applied to a wound or.  r- sore, such injury is insured against  blood poison! Not one species of  microbe has been found . that Zam-  Buk does not kill!  Then again. As soon as Zam-Buk  is applied ���������to a sore, or a cut, or to  skin disease, it stops the smarting.  That is why children are such friends  of Zam-Buk. They care nothing for  the science of the tiling. All they  know is thai Zam-Buk stops their  pain. Mothers should never forget  this.  Again. Ar. soon as Zam-Buk is applied to a wound or to a'diseased  part, the cells beneath the skin's surface are so stimulated that new  healthy tissue is quickly formed. This  forming of fresh healthy tissue from  below is-Zam-Buk's secret of healing.  Tho tissue thus formed is worked up  lo the surface and literally casts off  the diseased tissue above it. This is  why Zam-Buk cures are permanent.  Only the other day Mr. Marsh, of  101 Delorimicr Ave., Montreal, called  upon tho Zam-Buk Co. and told them  that for over twenty-five years he  had been a martyr to eczema. His  hands were at one lime so covered  with sores that he had to sleep in  gloves. Pour years ago Zam-Buk was  introduced to him, and in a few  months It cured him. To-day���������over  three years after his cure of a disease he had for twenty-five ��������� years���������  he is still cured, and has had no  trace of any return of the eczema!  AU druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50c.  box, cr we will send free trial box If  you send this advertisement and a  1c. stamp (to pay return postage).  Address Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto.  DRESS  OF JAPANESE  BRIDES  White Worn for Part of the Ceremony, But for a Strange Reason.  Brides in Japan follow the same  custom whicL prevails in the Western  world, that of wearing" white at the  wedding ceremony, at least during a  part of it. But' the significance attached, to the choice of this color is  quit������ different on the two sides of  the world^  The Japanese, bride is dressed first  In resplendent garments of white silk,  the sleeves of the costumo usually  being about, three feet in length,  while the sash, an important feature,  measures about 11 feet ln length.  But white, as the Oriental Review  explains, is tho mourning color in  Japan, and the bride, leaving her  parents.' house, considers herself dead  in the sense that she will never return , alive, preferring death to divorce, and in consequence wearing a  white costume.  After the exchange of cups of  sake' with the bridegroom, ��������� which is  the most important'part of the wedding ceremony, the bridge changes  her costume to.a/red, one. This is  called - iromaoshi (changing color).  Red is supposed to have a purifying  power, and perhaps clears the minds  of the parties of all association of  mourning.  Tills is the origin of the Japanese  custom .of using, white costume at  weddings, but many people in modern Japan do not any longer have  time to bother- their heads with these  questions of color, and simply go  ahead and marry according to the accepted custom, with no-thought of  what the colors signify.  SHUTT  .������ company  LIMITED  '   There Is WEALTH  in your aoll.  Buy  a .  COCKSHUTT PLCXW  and"  GET IT OUT!  CRICULTURAL  iMPtEHENTS;  Turkish Women at the: Theatre.  A notice which.is to be seen in one  of the theatres of Constantinbplex'ef-  feotively solves the problem of people at the back "obtaining a clear  view and is very much more radical  than the polite request made jn English and French theatres that ladies  should not mar the view of the stage  with huge hats.  The notice reads: "In order to render the performance agreeable to all  those present the management of the  theatre has decided that the spectators of the first three rows should recline, those of the next three rows  he.on theii'.knees and all the others  be stand ing-up. -��������� In" that way everybody will be able to enjoy the play."  This notice is' followed by a suggestion implying the Turkish woman's  lack of romance: "It is strictly forbidden to laugh, for it is a tragedy  tliaL is being performed."���������Le ...onde  \rtlste.  The Word "Strike."  The earliest use of the word  "strike" in tho senso of stopping  work occurs in London Chronicle for  September, 1765, in connection with  a coal strike. ThiB publication reports a great suspension of labor In  the Northumberland coalfields, and  the colliers are stated to have "struck  out" for a higher bounty before entering into' thfeir nsual yearly "bond."  The time-honored illustration of profitless labor, '-'carrying coals to Newcastle;" appears to have received its  first slap in the face during this  strike. The Chronicle reports that  "several pokes of coal were brought  from Durham to Newcastle by one of  the common carriers, and sold on tho  sandhill for 9d a poke, by which he  cleared Cd a poke."���������London Chronicle.   Caution.  A commercial tiaveller at a railway  restaurant in one- of. our southern  towns included, in his order for breakfast, two boiled eggs. The old darkey  who served lilm brought three.  "Uncle," Bald tho travelling man,  "why In the world did you bring mo  three boiled eggs? I only ordered  two."  '"Yes, sir," said . tlio o,ld darkey,  bowing and smiling. "I "know you  .did order two, sir, but I brought three,  because I jus' naturally felt dat one  ot dem might fall you, sir."���������Harper'. Weekly.   ������i ���������  Lady Smuggler's Ingenuity.  One of the most Ingenious of'modern smugglers has been trapped. A  lady who (ravelled frequently iici*ohr  the Atlantic had a Belgian dog which  was always with her.  Not until ninny (-rips had been mart'!  did tho Custom ofllclals discover tha*-.  ��������� In addition to tho Hluiggy coat provided'for It by ������������������nature -tho dog had  boon furnished by Its owner with a  ���������second skin, formerly the covering of  it larger niilmnl. Under Its artificial  coat tho dog carried a small fortune  in diamonds 'every tlmo It landed in  New York.  The Primitive Kubus.  A people without any form of religion, without superstition, devoid of  any thought of the future state, has  bee* found in the interior forests of  Sumatra, according to Dr. Wilhelm  Valez; the geologist of the University  of Breslau, who has made extensive  journeys through the island.  There* he found the Kubus, as he  mimed them, who are scarcely to be  distinguished from the small manlike  ape of the Indo-Malayan countries.  They are wanderers through the forest seeking food;, they .have no property. They are not hunters, but simply collectors. They seek merely-  sufficient mils, fruits and other,edible  growths to keep them alive.  The Kubus wage very little war  fare upon the small amount of animal  life'lin -their silent, and sombre land.  T.'io only notion that Prof. Valez  could get from them of a difference  between a live and a dead person was  (hat the dead do not breathe. He  in f ers__that__lhey__ _are,Jmmeasu rably_  inferior to the paleolithic man of Europe, who fashioned -tools and hunted big game with his flint-tipped ar-  r.w and knife. Intellectual atrophy-  is the result of the Kubus' environment. The words' they know are almost as few as the Ideas they try to  express.���������London Globe.  After 10 years of Asthma. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy proved the  only relief for one grateful user, and,  this is but one cure among many.'  Little wonder that it has now become"  the one recognized remedy ou the  market. It has earned its fame by  Its never failing* effectiveness. It is  earning-it to-day, as it has done for  years. It is the greatest Asthma  specific within reach' of suffering  humanity.  MOTHER OF  URGE FAMILY  Tells How She Keeps Her  Health��������� Happiness For  Those Who Take  Her Advice.  Scottvllle, Mlch.-"I want to toll ybo  how much good Lydia E, Plnkham'i Veff'  ��������� otabloCompound wid  I Sanative WasliliBVi  dono mo. I livo on a  fnrmandhaveworked  very hard. I am  forty-flvo years old,  and am tlio mother  of thirteen children.  Many peoplo think  It Blrange tlmt I am  not broken down  with hard work and  the caro of my family, but t tell them ot my koou uiuiiu,  LjJJtt E. ThMium'a Vegettibh Compound, nnd that'thero will bo no back-  ichfl und bearing down paina for them If  ihey will tako it ns I have. I am icarcoly  over without it in the house.  "I y.!!l cayaM thst I W"V fW* [a  no better medicine to be found for younjf  girls. My eldest daughter baa taken  Lydia Ti, Pinkham'a Vegotablo Com.  pound for painful period* and irregular'  Ity, and It has helped her.  ''I am always ready and willing to  apeak ia good word for Lydia E. Pink  Troublesome English.  The Liverpool tramway authorities  have furnished two quaint additions  to the literature of notices. Some  years ago this-notice was posted ln  the Liverpool cars: "Passengers are  requested to pay iio nioro pennies  than tho conductor In their presence  punches holes In their tickets for."  This was criticized, and another effort as made and posted: "Paesen-  gors are requested to pay no moro  pennies than for which the conductor  in their presence pun6hcs holes In  tholr tickets." This, too, was pro-,  nounced a failure, and the official  concluded .tliat languago had not yet  been Invented whloh would express,  what they folt. But don't you know  exactly what the olllclal notleo  meant?���������Tho London Chronicle.  If four-leafed clover were found in  trouble patches, some of us could  pick a loat1. of them with our eyes  shut!  %     -,     ��������������� Lost Trade.  It was at tho dentist's and Potz  wub tho object In tho chair a .miserable dejected, forlorn object.  Tho operation wan ended and tho  dentist was ostontatloiiBly cleaning  his forceps and smiling at tho result  of hlo muscular efforts. , i  "I muBt charge you $9," ho said at  length to tho suffering patient,  whom ho had treated with moro  force than skill, .  Tho unlucky vlotlm turned upon  his persecutor,.  "What! Nino dollars? ��������� Why,  you promised to chargo mo only  throe!"  "Yon," agreed tho tooth lugger  clioorfully, "that In truth wns my  contract for tho performance."  "Well," queried tho tormented one.  "Hut you yelled so loudly that  you'vo scared away threo othor  ihroo dollar patientb!"���������Now York  Mall.,  Wouldn't  Be  Cheated.  An old north-country farmer visiting London put up at one of the. big  hotels. He had barely turned in on  the first night when the "buttons"  rushed into the room and switched'  on the electric light, exclaiming:  "Make hasle, sir! Get up! The  hotel is on fire!"  The old man slowly raised-himself  on one elbo.w and, , fixing the boy  wllh a determined look, remarked:  "Mind ye, if I do I winna pav for  the bed."���������Tit-Bits.  JUSTlE  SPLENDIDXURE  RHEUMATISM   WAS  VANQUISHED  BY DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS    '  Amable Lamarche Tells How His Kidney Diseass Developed and How he  Got Relief When he Used the One  Sure Cure.  Lefaivre, Ont., (Special).-���������Another  splendid cure by TJodd's Kidney Pills  in the talk of this village. Mr, Amable Lamarche is the person cured  and the cure is vouched i'or by his  numerous friends.  "It was a sprain and a cold that  was tho beginning or my trouble,"  Mr. Lamarche says In tolling his  story. "I could not sleep, my appetite  was fitful and I felt heavy and Hleepy  aftor meals. I was always thirsty,  had a bitter taste in my mouth.and  perspired freely, My limbs ��������� wore  heavy and I had n dragging sensation t.cross tho loins.  "Whon my symptoms developed  Into rheumatism I realized thai, my  kidneys wore the catiBo of the trouble and I started to tako Dodd's Kldnoy rills, Sb: boxes mado mo a well  man." ,    .  Kidney trouble quickly develops  Into painful and often fatal diseases,  To ensure good health, euro tlio first  symptoms .with Dodd's Kldnoy Pills.  They never fall.  Father���������Wha I! Another new dress?  Daughter���������You noodirt bo cross. I  bought it with my own'money.   .,  Father���������Whore did you got 11?  ���������Daughter���������! sold your fur coal,���������  Illustrated Bits.  i_i.i������.m i wi i.i.���������������������,_| ami n amamil  With a vlow. to making farmers'  iliiuglitorK moro mnt'-iil lo renin In nt  homo, tho (lovtii'iunonl. of tho Nclhrr-  ImiilB has established In vailous parts  ot tho nation schools of housewifery,  Id which other brunches eventually  will he added,  A pleo for tho reindeer and the  music ox Is mado hy Kuiid Itusmiissou  and Peter Fioiicelui, Iho Danish polar  explorers, who have stml a report on  their Invest Uni Ions from Norlh-wcst-  crn Oreenlund lo tho Hoyol floo-  graphical Society In Copenhagen, Tho  explorers soy that the reindeer nro  all but extinct In fno Oapo York district, only thlrty-llvo head remaining.  Musk oxen nro now only found In El*  l?sinero Land, nnd Anuuloiiu hunters  nro ������nld to be exterminating thorn nt  tt rapid rate.  A concern In Uucuos Ay res, Argentina, Is nbout to Inslal iiiuchliiory to  bo tiHOd In u factory for producing  fertilizing materials. It Is proposed  to utilize grasshoppers and tholr <*ggn,  thus cunvi'ilitig a ui-nuojittv ui iim  crop Into foitllizltig material.  I  . consider MIN'.VHD'S TJNIMMNT  Iho HHH'P Liniment In use.  I got. my foot badly jnmmed lately,  I bathod It woll with MINAUT.H  MNIMICNT, and It was as well as  over next duy,  yours very truly,  T. ti. McMULLHN.  SHALL WE GO INTO  MIXED FARMING?  Men prominent ln Kallway, Banking, and Commercial circles have  been advising tho West to adopt  mixed farming. it is easy to,give  advice, and frequently those who are  so free In handing out advice,  do so without having comprehensive knowledge of tuo subjject  on' which their advice is tendered  It is not to be wondered at that  those' in charge of tho. railways  bhould seek means to divert the cri'.-  Ics from themselves. When all is  said and done, however, It would appear that men charged with the conduct of large operations, "and whose  success depends upon tlie confidence  which they aro able to instil in the  public, would be careful before expressing their views on any.' subject  publicly.  It will be conceded that-all parts of ,  our North-West are not equally suitable for mixed farming. The  greater part of the North-West, however, is .entirely suitable to raising  of cattle, hogs, and horses. .  At the outset, it might- be pointed  out that this year, while the amount  of grain shipped from Southern Alberta, which*is almost wholly grain  raising, h_s been livo times as much  as it was last year, the credit in that  ection of the country is not as good  as it is in Northern Alberta, wher.  mixed farming is the rule.  liver since the railways' first pe'ne-.  (.rated the West, the people have  shouted every fall for cars to ship out  the grain, but notwithstanding that  thousands of miles of railways' have  been built, no greater ' proportion of  grain has been shipped out before  the close of navigation than iu earlier years. It would seem, that no  matter what is done, the mofet that  can ever be expected is that sixty per  cent, of the wheat crop will be shipped before the close of navigation,  and the amount that will be shipped  from the close to the opening of  the severity of the wfcjt.ner, which," as  we know, is very uncertain.  But, assuming that the railways  wore built to transport the grain as  fast as it could be marketed, is excessive grain growing best for the  farmor and "for Uie country? The  history of the world shows that land  cannot be cropped continuously with-  ouU-destroying_its_fertilily,,_and_tliat  after a time the vitality of the soil  has to be restored through fertilizers.  The amount of money spent in  J.uropc and elsewhere for fertilizers  of all kinds reaches a tremendous  sum. ��������� '  '-  We know Ihat the average number  of ���������'bushels of grain raised per acre  in ,..he Unlt.d States has sleadiiy  dropped off.. .We also know that in  tho older parts of Manitoba the average number of ushels of grain raibsc.l  per acre is steadily diminishing, ani  we all-realize that if. will be'buLa  comparatively short time when tho  fame thing will happen in the newer  portions of tho North-West.  We must not only loc'ic lo the present, but to the. future*. A God-fear-  Jn*_ man who is illllig the soil looks  to tho time when he will bo sue-,  cceded by his children, and he should  preserve to'these chili-iron their birthright, Instead of wasting It,  Is It not a shame when we go  through the country fu tho fall, to  ilnd our whole North-Wrst lighted up  at night, from burning straw, straw  thai, might be used io feed dattlo,  which would bring \ handsomo return to their owner. , ..,.-,.  Wo must recognlso (he fact1 thai  moro ot* loss enpltal Is required'to on-  sttrc*��������� .8U0C088 in the dairy industry.  Borrowing, money al. 10 to 25 per cent  hi out of the quest !ou.  Tlio .Government ougnt to establish  farmers' banks, where "farmers could  git loans to buy,-.cuttle, ...erect buildings on tho most modern-principles  In which to house thorn, said loans to  bear a low rate of Interest, say nt  four ur livo per cont, repayable in in-  uliillnionts running ovor a number of  yours, ��������� secured ou Iho stock pur-  chased', and tlio buildings erected by  the money borrowed. The Govern-  tuoiii. ought also to appoint thoroughly qualified men to siiporlnlond the  erection of the buildings, and touch  the farmers how to make butter and  cheeso on tho most approved jirln*  cipl.es, Tho marketing of tho pro*  diico should bo done by men iippoln-  tod by Hie Government, who Know all  about tho market, nnd tho value of  d.ilrv products,, ho I hut farmers may  get full value for tholr products,  fills plan was adopted lu Denmark  many years ago, and Is In operation  Sick headaches���������neuralgic headaches���������splitting,  blinding headaches���������all vanish when you take  Na-Dru-Co Headache Wafers  They do.not contain phenacetln, acetanilid,  morphine, opium or any other dangerous.drdg.  25c. a box at your Druggist's. 123  National Dnua ������. Chemical Co. or Canada. Limited.  EUREKA  Keepsyour Harness SOFT AS A GLOVE  TOUGH AS A WIRE, BLACK AS A COAL  Sold by Dealers Jitwywhere.  HameSS Oil   The IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  WOMEN CURED AT HOME  Women's disorders always yield  from the very beginning of tli.  treatment to the..mild, but effective, action of Orangs Lily. "Within  two or three days after coinmenctns  its use the improvement becomes  noticeable, and this; <.'Improvement  continues until the patient is completely .cured. Orange Lily Is an  applied or local treatment, and acta  directly on the- womanly organs, removing 'the'''congestion.' toning: and  strensthenln*.' the nerves, "and re*  storing perfect circulation lh tho  diseased parts. In order to convince all guttering women of the value of this  remedy, I will send a 35-cent box, enough for ten days' treatment, absolutely PREB  to each'lady scndln*. me her addresu. MRS. FRANCES E. CURRAH, WlPdior, Ont. ���������  Tit-. L. ./ l.i.i'-'.ilri'.'Vh M!n!"<->vmivy of  Iho Inundation of thn Hoyal Hnclnty  of London will bo oolobraliid July W  lo 18. nf'l  SHIPPING  FEVER  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic'" distemper and all nose an*  throat disease! cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed," Uept from having: any of these diseaseH with  SPOHN'3 LIQUID DISTEMPER CURE. Three to six doses  often cure x case.. One E0--cent bottle guaranteed to do  bo. Best thing for brood mares. Acts on the blood. 50<j  and $1 a bottle. 18 and $11 a dozen bottles. Druggist*  and harness��������� shops. Distributor* ��������� ALL WHOLESALm  DRUGGISTS.  6POHN   MEDICAL CO., Chemists, G������������h������n, Indiana, U.S.A.  dormahy   pohhobhob  mlloH of railway.  only    35,207  A man wlio bad Rono to Aimtrnlla  nu a vl������lt   met   wffli    nn   nrobl������������nl  rJ_r.l."_,Vj!f.^Si*.'������!hl������ ..mlly. I������ ������������y .������*������������'��������������� ������'������������������l  hgpptofiM lo your wonderful medicino,  -Mrt. J.O. J0HH80M, ScottvIH������, Mich.,  R P D. 8.  I.ydin E, Plnklwm'i V������r������UWi������ Com  to bronk tbo now* nt bin loan lo tbotn  txn Keutly nn jkihhIIiIi* ii.fnra they kjiw  lilm. Aftor fully doHorlbltiK lilt- no-  cldont nnd tbo Injuria to IiIh limb,  pound, mule from ���������rigU?������root_������n*Jh������_������, land bow tbf*y took him down to 8yd  contain* no mtentiennrhnrmfnMnifyn, n*v, hn fln|nbod by goyinir:���������  and today lioldi lh* record of bom* th������    "On arrival   I InterrtowM tie m.r-  t^���������j, mjiiIio onlj ono wool,  Mm, Jlrovn novor hIUi iih' tn wall  for linr liiiHband."  "No. Wlinn alio oxpf.olK lilm to bo  out lato alio i'HIiv?h ot.rly, ������pIk I lie  lilarnvoloe.U at throe o'cloelc, and when  It kooh off hho Kfi'.H ui* and dr-juHOH,  nnd In rmdy, refroHliPd and roproacli-  lul,"   *  Mlnfcfd'i Liniment Cure* Uurm, etc,  *mma*m*mm**m*mm*m imhwiH.ii-it, iii���������mniw  IVnou-���������"Well, deacon, I hop*-* my  oerinon, ������lil������ iiionilnj. pro veil rentrul  to your doubt a"  Mrs. Heacou���������"It mlalnly did, pardon, ilo _lt������p' llko a baby tlnoiittli ||  all."  'litn Navy ot tho (Uirmun l.iiiiiU.  ii under tho tnipromo command of  iho Ue**_inn Emperor.  PURIFIEDJIS BLOOD  Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pill*  Hoalocf Mr. Wilson's Sorsn  When Hie iww.rii of the body���������bowflu,  kidneys and skin ducts���������get dogged tip,  tha blood onirHv bWoinM Sulfur* and  frequently sores break out over the body,  'ilie in*y (o iical liieiu, -i> Mr, KklMid  Wiljou, who Jlveu near London;1 Ont,,  found, li to purify the blood, He  wrltts:  "For ������ome time 1 had been In a low,  depressed condition. My appetite left  me and i Mion ot-gun to Minn iiom mui-  gettlon, Quite a number of small sorei  and blotch.s formed all over my Ma, 1  tried medicine for the blood and used  many kind* of oiiitni.nH, but without  luli.iaclory results. What wai wanted  wm a thorough cleansing of the blood,  ���������nil I hnfcetl jiboiit In vain for tome medicine that would accomplish thin.  At lut T)r, Morse's Indian Koot Villi  were brought lo my noliie, and they tit  out of tbe moit wonderful medlclnei I  hif������ eur known. My blood wai purl*  fltd in t very short tlmi, sons hiiUd up,  my indigestion taolsUid. They always  have a place in mv home and are looked  upon as the family remedy."  IU. Hun*:, IiuJuu Root rilti denote  the system thoroughly, bold by all  dealers at 23c a box, I  to-day. Follow out this scheme and]  the farmers would have "money in  the- bank all the year round and  would pay cash for everything they  needed, and get a substantial discount'���������* on their purchases.  It would be a wise expenditure if  the Government were* to import the  best breeds of dairy cattle, and establish a_dalry _farni_ as_ an object lesson  To "the" dalrymenr~-Tffe-iiicfea"8e-6T  tbo herd could be sold lo the proprietors of private dairy farms, at a reasonable price.'  Forty years ago Denmark butler  was unknown in England; but at the  pres.nl. time it is acknowledged to be  of the best quality, commands the  highest-price and is in great demand.  ��������� Those who prefer tho factory system could unite and establish creameries and cheese factories on the  same principles and operate tlicm in  the same way.  The benefits resulting from dairy  farming would be manifest on every  aero of farm, It'would Increase the  fertility of llio soil, and thero Is no  branch of tho farmers calling that  would give betor returns on tne capital and labor Invested. The breed-  lug and fattening of Viogs in connection with tho dairying industry would  also be a source of large revenues..  In addition to loaning money to farmers and dairymen, the Government  should furnish capital to assist ln the  erection and equipment* of Hour mills,  heel' uud pork packing houses, bent  sugar factories, and other organized  Industries' to help l'armerH to dispone  of their products ln a concentrated  form.. 'By this means, .armors  would bo. encouraged to grow less  wheat and direct their attention, to  othor branches of ngrlculluro.  Finally, tho. entnl.llshnin.nt of dairy  Industrie*, would lesson tho acreage  devoted to wheat raising, and thus  tloivconipaiiloH, and tend to prevent  roliovo the pvossuro on the transportation companies, and tend to "prevent such a wheat blockade iih the  western    farmer    Ih    now sulTerln������-  from, ___________________  May Adont The Metric Syitem.  " Tho olvlllKod world haa only one  unit, of meuHiiromciit lu common���������  time, Tho second Ih based upon a  00th part of a (10th part of a 2lth  part of the time It taken tho earth to  revolve. Oilier weights and niea*  Hiiro KystomB* vary. However, It now  haa been roppowsil tliat this country  Bholl adopt thn metric syntum, which  was Invented In Franco, It Iiuh for  Its basic unit tho meter, a fraction of  tho (IIhIuiicu from iho earth's equator to tho pole.  llowei'H���������"If you lovo the girl, why  don't you propoHe'/"  Mowers "I'm afraid alio would In*  Mini on having tho picture of her father and mother banning In our parlor."  Julius, it !iPKro, who lived nn a plan-  tntlnii at a iIIhIiiiico from town, con-  lbled to his niiiHtiT that .he winiled lu  i*n������ iiitii'i'led nnd iihIumI If ho would got  him ii liceiiH,.*.  "Uli, yi*H, .liiiiiif), I mil *>.��������������� '������������ l)ml."  liut when bo went lo the coin I houso  to git tho HceiiHii lu: did not know  the namo of .IuIIiih' Intended bride.  Uo thotiRht, however, that he had  uii'lceil Hie man pnyliiK attention lo  it eorl'iiil Kill and had ihe lir-iumn  made out. iu hor name .Marlha,  "VoiMill didn't forget Unit. Hoonse,  did you?" iiHlicd Julius, anxiously, as  nook as ah liln employer reluiiioil,  "Xo, JiiIIuk; but you didn't tell mo  Iho kIH'h ������i"������'-'*   W"������ I' Marl ha V  "No, h-iIi; It wium't Marilm, U wni  Elian*'.!  f'\V<*ll,    tbdl'M     Inn    bllil.     Ynu   will  have io"wall until I ftu tu town again  und I will get another llrenm*."  "Jlow much dat lln-u**-. rci-u?" In*  ijllll'Oll Julius.  "Fifty crmU,"  "Well, I don't rceUn i1h*'h fifty  (���������v-ii'm' worth n' dll-fwnci' 'tween dem.  Jen' Kib mo de llceoiu ru* I'll marry  Martha."  "I thought that in fifteen years of  my practice of medicine," said the  physician, "I had answered, almost  every possible foolish question; but a  new one was sprung on me recently.  A young man came in with an inflamed eye, for which I prescribed  liniment ��������� lo be dropped into the eye  three times a day. He left the surgery, J)ut returiied in a few minutes.  "l)ol.e{PKisTlieaa_iiT"tnc" donvayT" and-  asked:���������  " 'Shall I drop this in the eye before meals or after?'"  FUTURE   SAILINGS  Summer Servrss.  Montreal ��������� Quobeo .Liverpool.  Empress of Brltnln .. Friday. May   J  .Lake Champlaln .... TUura., May   9  Empresii of U-elaud .. Ji'lday, May 17  I.ako Manitoba ...... 'ghxvyti., May 2J  EmprcHB of Britain .. Frlduy, May Jl  and weekly thereafter.  Rates:  Empresses: $92.00 Saloon, $33.75 Se-  coinl, J32.50 Third CIIiikh.  Other-.Ships:    K'0.00  Seeonil,    fil.'i'j  !��������� 'lllll-ll.  ���������RnK.rvatlonB and dMnlla from m/  Railway Awntw write  J. 8. CARTER, Denl. Aflt.  810  Poitaoe  Ave.,  Wlnnlpe..  Special Notice  Agents wanted to buy junk'fon.  B. SHRAGGE  Cor. King <& Sutherland, Winnipeg,  Man.  Maypole Soap  ������S_E6������!_.  Civei licit tlowitg  colon, fidtlcuin mn  or iuJi. Dyei cotton, ,  lilk.wooloimiiluiei.  Uie  il  vouiulf  al  home. No trouble���������  no muii, 24 colon-  will five any ilisdei  ColonlOcUsck I5c,  it  yout dealer's  or  *ioil|fii<l wiih booklet  "Mow lo Dye" Irom  V_    F, L. BENEDICT t CO. Mmlr.il  A0ENT8 WANTED,  Write for ngency tor our apodal to  ordor tallorlnK for your town,  Ther*  la monoy in it,   John Im-isdou, Li<U  Chuj'ch 1^, Toronto.  1)11, TJfiMOTT, BPKHAI.T8T. PIU*  vat ii dlHeiiHCH and drink hnblt.  Write si   Oiifieu  Kant'  Toronto  W. N. U, Na in THE  NEWS;. CUMBERLAND,. BRITISH'  OOLTOBM^;;  T;i3 CuialiarlanS Hews  i-. 1 ������������������'.   Every   Tuesday   by   the  jComo'x   &    Cumberland  Dub ishir_g   Company.  Tiiis paper will not WW -itself  f,-,jHiii<iWi) for the opinions? of oili-  ^rs, as may appear in its columns  -M'om time to time.  ���������AVKDNESDAY, JUNH26. 1912,  TAKK NOTICE thai SU days nf  ,1t ilro J ivklond to apply to the  (t)h\. i Cornini=>_ioner of Lands for ������  >I t^v.c.o p'O-pict for,eoal^an,d \t>  .M'iH������im/>i> <uid under tbe follow-  ji n i'f oriluvl laml, ssiualod in the  t< ii*ii _ I'Vi.-tiict.  t;-1 xi i)Oii;-s vi at a post marked  ,-,uiuh w &t con.or t >f cluim No. 1,  .ji .eel il>.������t.20 chimin west from1  v-u fiiuili e-tst corner of section 32  -i) i. in hi.ind, running o.ist 80  (������i_i;nj, iiorJi SO chain?, wt-st 80  ,i-li ir,.f tlic-iu-t* south 80 chains to  o-< in! i i commi'-ncement.  Hugh Stewakt  }5>-..ed June 3rd, 1912  \fora tho'lolh day <*!' June 1912.  \V.'W. WILLARD,    ij  Ofliuial iidniinistriilor  Cumberland, 1>. G.  apllOtomarl  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT  District oi Saywaid, Range J,  TAKE NOTICE thai 1, Elii ?eia  Hannar, hy my agent, George Ycr-  dior, of Campbell River, V. 1. occu  pa tion married woman, intends tr.  ���������ipply for pern.i_.ton to purchaPt-  the foPowingdesciibed land-:���������  Commencing al a post planted  ii"nr the N. E. corner of lot 351  th-mie rffxv.h 10 chains Uei.? ihence  east 10 chains (ten] more f>* less to  ho point of commencement con  taining 20 ,icres (twenty) mo e oi  less.  El.LN'ZKIA ..ANNA 4  Namevf Applicant  Date Miu.h 26th, 1&12.  Sayward Land District  District of Cos.  Take notico that Isalnd McKei  ,11}-. of Vancouver, B  C.  occupation spinster, intends to npply fot  permission to curehjise tlio follow  mg-deseribed .an_f-_���������  ComiDeiicsng at a pest   planted  one mile east  of the   south-west  corner of lot 550,' the?iee west   80  chains, thenee son.h   40   chains,,.  tlience   east . ������0   ehaiivs,   tbenci \  north 40 chains to point  of eom-  Forni Of "Notice.  fNatice is hereby given that   30  ;.-!. \s alter date I intend to   a-.ply  1..   ihu   Honourable   Minister   of . -  _ ,    tiiiieneenient, conta-.nit.cr sal) acres  rf ;������������.l.1for a heeii*, to prospect fori ���������_ ^ .������      -  u ��������� nl ami petroleum waler the fore jsabe] McK&imy,  ���������.bore nnd under .the water on the | Name of Applicant in fill!  " lai.tls in"ai\il.opposite the follow-f Robert Henry Ohestntit, Agen  ���������h\r described lamls situate^> Ru-J Date March 12th, 1912.  ,j ert   District :--Comnieneing at  a|[ ~  I- st   planted on the sea bench   at  il.i di wattfi* mark at tlie interscc  , *- i  _f "ici.;  Saywaid Land District  District of Coast   -  ��������� , . . ���������, Take notice that Reginald Wa-  j.i.m of Sections Uiyid lo, lown L^ o{ YanConver> _j.c.-occupa-  '���������: 2, Port McNeil, Rupert D������������- |tionT otigBneor^ intends   to   apply  for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������-  Commencing at ft post planted  I mile east of the south west corner of lot 550, thenee e.i st 80  chains, sonth 40 chains, "'est SO  chains, north 40 chains to point  of commencement containing 820  acres more or less.   R_rK__l^lO^-?it-?l__   Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Oil est n n't, Agent  Date March.12th, 11)12; .  t-hei'ce north   fifty-five, 55  .-'i.iinn more or less  to high water  ;,-ark on the   norlh   side of   Tort  -McNeil   Harbor.; thence   easterly  -ilniiu the shore  line to   intersec-  .lion of Sections 23 and 24, Tuwn-  _<!iip2; theuce southerly G8 chains  more or less to hiojh wat,er   mark   -ynii-s.-mtli-siui'-of said-PorfMcNeil  hiirlnir; tlience westerly along  .shore line to place of commence-  .meiit. Roi.andA. Datrd  Francis T. TordifTe, Agent  -.Dated .this Sth-day of April 1912  ������������������ J^orin Of Notiee.  Notice is hereby given that 30  "clays after date I intend to upply  'to the Honourable Aliiiis^cr, of  , Lainls for a license to prospect for  . coal and petroleum under the fore  -linre and under the water on tlie  -lands in and .opposite the follow -  'im*'described laud- situate in Ru  ''ft  'pi-rt District:-���������Commencing- at a  [post planted on the sea bench at  -jiio'li water mark at the intersec-  Vou ofSecDuiis 12 and 18, Town-  ,,liip2, Port'McNeill, Hiiperl Dis  '.ii'io.t, I'ii'iico north 80 chains, 80,  .'tlienci' west, t'^i) chains,  10,   more  or lc������s to high water mark on  'I.edge' Point; thenco westerly  .along shore lino to inlerseclioiis of  Sections 2'ii and 24, Township 2;  .'tlience hoiithurlv sixlyi'ightclmiiiH  (li-S, inure or less lo high water  ^iiiiirlf on south sitle of Port Ntill  'Harbor;    thenee''   easterly   along  shorn line  to place of comiiience-  .'iiieiit.       .'John S. Kknkf.dv.  l,,i*ane.iH M. Toi'ililvo,Agent.  ��������� Dati'd tin'" Kill day of April 11)13  ,   ' .... ^.,f.^m*. tt ������������������.frrmtvt.mftmmm.m  ;\'( i i'l'.'l*', is li''ii:l>*/ jjivcn thai at the  ii ai iiu.*i*:ini}; of die boii'il nf I,ic������nse  'i'..'iriiiiv*-*-.ioni'r.-i of llm City of Cumber*  I.hhI. I iiit''ii(l io apply for n hotel lici'iiii  t i sell lupioi'i by rciail in aiul upon lhe  ;i'.* ni ij. Icnn vn ,is ilu* "Kin������ t'lffor*;**."  ,11 nd situated on low;, block v, Cumli-  ���������:i".n <l Tmvnsite.  '     VICTOR  IIONORA  P itcil thi������- 151I1 d.iy ol' May 1912.  1 LiL.ijfi    mnimr ��������� hi. 1 niiiTii-"--T"T--* 'tr-"fi* ���������ir-y-ntr-*rar*a  IN' I UK "lll'KKMK COUUT OK HIU  "i"!! '-ul.U.MItrA.  [-,. '.-.in -on Iti 'if -ll'llll Kevlll IllHO llllliWII  , 1    ���������  ,,       .it .lit-    ���������>   '.���������������������������11,      II.    I\...,,i,   ,.,,,,>...:,.,I,  ,���������-  1.'. ni, m)i 1.1*1 lliiil liy ui'ilir  uf   IJ ih  ;!���������,. , ,   ' . '-,'_���������   ...iiiii i; 1 .C-l   jlh'K-f  <f   tin*  . .1 i, I,,-  ..ii1. uf it. (.,, 11 uiu "ii tl.o ;i d  'I ,.'     I   .'.. ;j...   '"!',;,  llll'   lllliloi'siK-l'Ill W'HH 11(1  j, ,:,,,,|  ,1   '(,,I     ....  li. 'I   III'    Ull* IMt.lltl*  el   tlio  1, v. I :'.i'i.;l ile.'<';o-e'l, v. Iioilioil   lit,  N,i|-  '.    11 It   er, ll. 0. on or about U10 llitli day  ,f i**yiii'iiiiiy V.H'i, illUmt'ilu.  All I'.C'iiiiii'i iui'1 o'ni'iiH ri>;iiiimt llm en-  1 ,1, ,.,!,i'l nl; u'eoMUii liii'i e'-i'mH duo Ilie  mi <i itr.x o imi t l������������ p't'oiile'. mul piiil,  '., ,.p .-lively,   "Hi JH'In foil' tb'! I'lll (lliy Of  J .11* I'Jltf.  \V   W. Wll.l AW),  i.ilieml Ailiuini .irul'.i',  f 'in.iUirh.ie', II. O.  Sayward Lund District  District of Coast  Take notice -that Francos Gerald Hudson, of Vancouver, 13. 0.  occupation gentleman, intends to  apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Coinnieiici'n^ at a .post planted  at the south east corner of lot 54-7.  thence east 80 chains, thence  south 45 chains to uorth boundary of lot 550, thence west along  snid boundary, 80 chains, thence  north 45 chains to this post.  _ ranees Gerald Hudson,-  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Ches'tiiut. Agen  Date March lStli,  L1H2.  Sayward Lund District  District of Coast  Tako notice tliat Minnie Kerr,  of Vancouver, li. 0, occupation  spinster, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������  Coii.iiiiontiii^ at a post plantoj  at the south-east cornt'i of lot  ij'17, thence west 40 clutiiiH,theiice  i.oiilli 15 chains, thence eai-l 40  chains along the north boundary  of lot 550, theuce north *15 chains  |o point of comnienceineiil, containing 180 acres,  Mini.jo Kerr  Name of Applicant in full  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agenl  Dale March 12th. 1012.  ���������ammtmmm a-a.������._������������.'.. in*u.  mk. f n _Mnni ihmii __"i mr ni-iWilM  CUMBERI/AND  ! 1  1  PORT MA.NN, mainland terminus of the Canadian Northern Railway, is  regarded by those who know, as the  greatest city of opportunity in north America to-day. It cannot help.becoming  one of the very biggest cities in the west  Property values cannot help going   away  UP-   .  Buy lots there now and you are in  on the ground floor. Every lot will make  you a _mall fortune.  Until prices are raised we can offer  you close in lots 33x122 ft. (guaranteed  high, dry and level, or your money back)  fer $250. ..Terms.$15 down, $10-a month  no interest,  no taxes till 1914.  Other guaranteed .lots for $120; $5  a month. Booklet, and full particulars at  this office,, from     -  CHARLES HERAPER  GENERAL AGENT  -COMOX * and COURTENAY  ���������or  from���������  ?mfmmm^^^,imm^s^mmmW^s^^mi^mm^  JACK & RICHARDS  ma*M***v-*m*-*m*am*i*fmmamamtmm*i  KOU..SAUC-A blank team of  horn's; a ^ood   general   purpose  li'iini,    Apply Smith Bros.. Hand  wick.    Will null cheap  "Ths Port fllann People."  837 Hastings Street, West "       ~  Vancouver, R. C.  Form Of Notice.  Notice i-vliereby given tliat 80  days aftor ditto I intend to apply  lo the Honourable Minint6r of  Lands for a license lo prospect for  coal and petroleum under the  foreshore and undor tliu water on  the lands in ru'd opposite lhe following (lu^cnhcil.lands situated in  Rupert Districti-.riominoiu'ing at  ut a post planted on tho sea beach  al. high water mark at tho inter  section of Sections hi. and 15,  Township % Port McNeil, Ru.  pert District; Ihence north fifty-  five, 05 chains moro m less lo  high water mark on the norlh  side of Port McNeil Harbor;  thence following the sea beach at  high water murk around Ihe head  ������������f harbor to place of 'cmiincnco  ment.       Francis M Toiumkfk  n   i    I il *    '<iil   .      1*  ������     , ���������!   i lyl ii  iMlC'i  I'M.) -Jill   U.il   Oi  ..Uiu   ii/Xff  Mrs.   .Si iii ins will five  lt-ssnns  mi tlu. {������uino any time al   tin* n.'s--  ������p laour!    it'll'''*  I'Vcepi Tiui'dfiv  NOTIC 15.. is hereby .given that  after June ifith 1912, we will  not   be    responsible   for   any  ilcliiscfinlracled in onr name.  .WILSON H- MW.AMHJ{R(*  1.SQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY.,  rURLIO NOTIOB-.ii hereby  Kiven that lhe Ei-quimnlt- and  Nanaimo Huehvay Uempnny did  on tbo ninotconih dny of January,  1912, deposit in 'ht* Laud KonHry  Ollicn in the City ef Viotorin, in  iho Province uf British Columbia,  pint), prodlo and book of reiorenco  showinu lhe locaiinn of Us proposed lino of railway from Blfick  Greek to Campbell Hiver, Van  cnn vor Island, tciiiK Milo 'ID 10  Milo 72 8, as 11 pj.roved by the  Hoard of Ruilwny Commissioners  for Canada.  DATICI)    this  twenty-bccoiuI  day of January, 1012.  \V. F. Bai.hhuiiy,  Secretary,  Mrs. SininiB will give lessons  on the phn.o at her houso in .lei*,  usalem, formerly owned hy Mr.  James Stewart, on and after  March 4th���������until then in Campus  tminl.  VOW SALK���������Tho South I.usl  corner of Maryport Avenue and  C.,. .,.,,1 Ql-      livid tmit.lliirr.! Vl'W'e  '   ' s ....,'.���������������..    ��������� n  ���������  31)25.00,   Apply at this oflicu or  P. 0. Box (i'l-i Vancouver,  Wood's -_io&pto&intt  The Ort'nl Kitotlnh. Jtrvttilti.  '1'imoii nml InvliforuceA tlio whulo  iiiti'vuiin cyfitoin, million mnv  Ml.' -ul In (1I1I Viilrni. t'lirm S'i rr  ("  '1'oiion nml Invlicui'incn lliu wliofi.  iiiti'vuiin cyfitoin, million in-  Ml. -ul In (ilil Viilrni. Ciirrn S'i i  on". IkhUllti. Mi'nlnl nml lint In ll'on-y. )>-.  P0httt-iu% tiMitnt Weiiknrnu. JMinaiitim, .S'/c (  yi'tl,)rrliirii,iiuU K<f'Tti o/JImitntir Kirn,,!"-  rrliwtl I't'H-i.* i-ly-furfi. ������<i������o*Allllili!a",,i.  wllli'iim,   HiM hy nil AmmtUUi nr innlli-il It*.  ���������  *      ' '--'*" 1.1 yiliif 'thf  ,_,.ia Oa.  TQfcrttn,a*tii,  . *��������� m..m tf m.tm  llli'iirn, H11M by nil flnimfUM ������>i  lulu iiVir. on r'-'<*lpf. of iirdv. A'.-i  ki.7. iin-n: tho Wood Modloln  (���������li  ������/!(!.,...  ., - .  ''���������nnaH ' f f'.iumifirf  I if...... - ., ...  ,f.t  Soyward Land Diatriot  District ol Soyward.  TAKE NOTICE that Murray  Gorluy, of Viotoria, occupation,  biokor, intends to apply for per  mission to purchase tho foHowin-.  described lands:���������  Commonoing a I a post planted  at tho N, K. oomor of Lot 370  thonco wo4 20 chain*,' thenee  norlh 20 chains to shore line  thenco following shoro lino easterly and southerly to point of com  mpnefamen', containing 00 aeui  moro or loss.  ���������MURRAY (IORLAY  Name of applicant in full  Dalo March 27th, 1012.  ,**afW**t**f**mma*m*m*m\**ammm--mma^*m*ttmmimaat*a������mm*M*m in������  Sayward Laml District  District nf Snywnrd  TAKK NOTICE that Percy A E  Wood, of Victoria, oeenpution hro  kor, intondu to apply fer pormissfoi  to jmrchuBO tho following described  hinds:���������  Ootnmoncing at a pout planted  nt tho S. W. Corner of Lot 105,  tluinco north 80 chiins, thence west  20cihnijiB to Rhore, ihence Hunlber  ly following shore lino to a | oim  malting 80 chains somberly, theme  easterly following wboto lino to  point of cointnnnccmont, containing 100 nores, more or less.  PERCY A. IC. WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Date March 23rd, lii^'li  /  Sayward 'Laml District   >  Dibiricl of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that Kyrlo 0.  Symotis   tif Vicioiiii .oceupalion  ^outlcman, inlonds eo  apply for  I'ermiBsion to purchase tho follow-  iigdoscriDi-d lands:���������  Co nniencing at a post planted at  he N. W comer of lot 816, thenco  nub 20 chains, thenco west 80  loiinR, tjionui north 60 chains to  '1010 lino, thenco oust following  m.m) lii.o 80 chaina to point of  ���������ommeiicemenl, containing 280 ac  ���������us more or less.    ,  KYRLR.0. SYMONS ,  Nume of Applioant in full  i)uloMaicl������2fi.|>,'lfll2.  'il  PUBL10 NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that  ill direct connections of, flush*'  closets   wiih  the city sewers   is,  ulicll)   fuiblilili-ll.       Ail    pClbOllii  .ir pcitoms using   ilusli   closets,  must provide,"septYc flanks,   Ihe  overflow of whicli may,, he cou-  ncctofl with the citv sewers.  . Hy .order of the City' CWiicil.  A.McIviiuiou, City Clerk*  City Hall, April yth, 1912.  Change of ridyeijjrcn'ci.t;; will  not be received nt thi**' nlVee Inter  than 13 o'clock u.,....   v..   Ttten  days.  ,-y  u! __.���������"-.,    _,���������.���������--������������������.--__���������__/__-_*   ,,.-   .,._������������������-���������������������������  .-   -V*-������������������__���������_  ���������  ���������  *  THE .NEWS1,'���������-CUMBERLAND,   BRiTISJf COLtJMBTA.  "'������<_������    ...l-ll'l   IT���������  MADE IN CANADA  Mates Your EXPENSES Light  Makes Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Makes Your BUNS Light  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  CROCER.  E,W:GILLETrco..LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  . ,N0TICE ii hereby given that at the  next meeting of the Board of License Oom  tnissioners of t-he City ot Cumberland, we  intend to apply for a reuewal /f the hotel He nse held by us for tha Veudome  Hotel, (situated ou Jot 5 Llock 3, Cumberland Towl site. "  ���������J.   -.    VlLSON & BRAMBERG.  Dated this 7th d*y of Nov., 1911.    -  NOTICK U her by given that'at th**  next meetiug of tbe Boord of Licence Com-  miBsioners of the City of Cumberland, I  ntend *o npp y for a renewal ntiha lintel license held by me for the Cumberland  Hold, situatid on lot 1, block ti, Cum! er-  land Toivnsite.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  f)nted this 7th day of Nov., 1911.  The .Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Gential Hotel for Sportsmen  None, but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at lite liar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,   Prop  ^{.r^^^^^vf^^^^r^^r^^^^rl,  c  0  m  ������  e  E  - ���������  IL  +������  c  0  T3  O  CD  00  o^  CO  (L)  CD  C  rd  ' C  ���������  r���������I  V.  V)  0s  u  QJ  4-J  Cm  V)  w  QJ  S*  V)  -i-i  tr  QJ  on  <  ���������_?  5-  rt'  W  1  0  O  if Pi  Mr  ���������H  00  e3  H  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, B. C, for a tiansler of the hole) license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known is the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Coniox, B.C. fiom John  Charles Clarence to Amos Cottington.  John Charlks Clarence,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottington,  Applicant.  Dated Mav 15th, 1912.  , PUBLIC NOTICE -,  : NOTICE is'hereby giveh that  all property owners are request-,  ed to connect their premises  with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, 011 or before  the 15th .day: of March, 1912,  and if said connections are not  made by the above date, the City  Council will,proceed to complete,  same at the "expense of the property owners.  By order of  The City Council'    -  A. McKINNON,  0 City Clerk,   ?  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  ROOMS for rent at Mm inelli's  Rooming House, Denvent Ave  FOR SAt,E���������Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock;  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  and iour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Co.   ofB C. Ltd.  THE S. S. COWICHAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p, uiArrive Comox Friday 6 a. 111.  o Depart 7 a. m.  Arrive Uuion Bay Friday 7 a.iii, depart 9 a in.  (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6.a.m. Depart 5~p.n1.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject lo change without notice. *'  LOOK!   READ!  . n DISON "HOME" PHONO-  C GRAPH FOR SALE, also  about four dozen of the latest  4 minute Amberole Records The  machine is just as good as new  and the records are perfect, with  out a blemish. Owner will sell  cheap for cash. This is a snap  for anyone that is thinking of  getting a talking machine. Apply this office.  =Y  7  ������  H  ���������O  10  -������-  ������  A  fit  Cement blocks etc.  concrete chimney  blocks   a specialty.  Samples to be seen  at McKean & Bis-  coe's store, Courtenay. B.C.  i5������* For estimates and particulars write J. Lawrence, Comox,  IJ. C.  'yssS^  DRINK  The purest and best BEER', and  made iii Cumberland.  COPYRIGHT.  We are showing nearly 400 different lines of Spring Suitings.  Comprising all the new color effects and latest weaves in medium weight Cloths. Fancy Worsteds aud Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds. Scotch Tweeds, Blue  aud black Sergesaud Cheviots.  Uniorf Bay  - (^operative���������  Company, Ltd.  VICTORIA LAND  DlSTJUQi  ��������� District joji Say war. i, .  TARE notice tlmt George Hen.  i-j West of Vancouver, B. C., oe  cupation Fis-h Merchant, intends  to apply for permission to purchase tho following describe*.:  lands:���������i/omnioiieing at c post  planted nt the N, "W. ���������..���������hicm* oc  Lot 4 D. L28fl thenoe E=.st aloi.g  the survey liu. 10 chains., thence  North 20* chains, thentv West *_0  chains, thenoe Smith along th������  luko shore 20 chains, and euiiiai*.'-  ing80 acres.       >  George Henry West..  *, Anplicant.  Dated November 21et, 1011,  NOTICE is hereby given that jod.iys  after date [ intend to apply to the Honor  able Minister of Lands for w license   to  prospect for coal and petroleum under the,  foreshore and   under   the water on the  lands in And opposite the following de.  scribed lands situate in Rupert District;  ��������� Commtncing  at n post plained on the  sea beach nt high waier mail. ,���������<��������� ;he in  tersection of .Sections 14 and  15,   Town  ship 2, Port   McNeill   Ruptit   Dis rici;  thence north 55 chains mrie or less   19  high water mark on ike n..r h sit'e ol _\ir*;  McNeill Kurbor; lhen* i*. ...   -1'       '.-,;,..  sliorf. li'ie  *.o :ni': -.i*. ���������'.;-,    ' ��������� ,\< ,  and 24, T">-������i_ .iii;- r, >. -. .. .     ,< ,���������*;.,   ;  chain; imiv.  ���������: 1������^ !���������..   t-^'-\     .;..   v  -i.  on south sl*of of l'o.t ].'<��������� f-\-i,i  1 .',"!'���������}(>;  thenceivestei'y ������������������'.Ionj slid!'. !-n.* i.> (v.:r'  ol conuneiicemenl    KOLAN'1 A. Laij*:-*  ii.-'-' :t< np,t ���������.  Dated this 1st day of S?,>i - -liter, jgi 1.  NOTICE i_ hereby ��������� >vou tnt.t at (ii*  next meeting ot Iho Board nf Lic.i>_c  Commissioners of the Ciiy of <'umber  land, I intend to -������pply /or a  Tenewal cf tho hottl license held by mc  for the New Euglnnd Hotel, _.tnat_d ou  the east half of lot 3, in block 3, Climb r-  land lownsite.  JAMES WALTI5US. '  Dated this 7;h day of Nov., 1911.  ' RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rnpait.  TAKE not:ce ilmt Kudora Mae L-esou  of Vauctuver, B.C. tccii}.ation ^Wiflow,  i-te'id. to nppfy Iv pcr.iiid-i-n in pur-  cha.e thof'-llowiijjd soribbo laid : (]��������� m  mt-nciug tit _t a p it phint^d a' out oa .  mile north and 40 chaii.s ea.t of ihe';- _.  corner of fJeciou., T'-wi.thip 8, lbonn*  ii'.rih ROBl:iiiii������, thonco nisi 80 ch .b _r  ilie.ncosoutli SO .liiiiu->,   tberco  WL-bt   80  i-i../!.no   tf. t.lnrlu r\t ("I..11  n._il._.1m_i.i   _f-_r_1  wi>r*Miu   *-lt jyiviuu >_/������ \j\}.I'JiJv. ������i<l.uiv,...|-uUi  iuj? CIO acres, more cr lees.  Scnbed on po tF.ML's S.W. corner.  ��������� 1.ND0HA M.vk Le1:sok,  D uGi-.k, Arc* t  Dat-dDeooinl-orllHi, I9i0.  Ji."-*!**���������  "IsOTJCE is liorcby given tha  80 days aftor duto application will  ���������luunado to the Siiporiiiteudcnt of  Provincial'Polico, Victoria, for a  transfer.of.tho hotel- license to sell  liquors by retail in tho hotel  known as tlio Lome Hotel, situ";  ated at Coniox, B; C, from Flor-  once M. Cliife to Geo. M, Barlow.  * Fuihknck M. Oj-iWk.  Holder of License.  Gkokuk-M. Barlow,  Applicant.  Dated.Miwli 37th,   1018,  FOU SALE���������A hook nil young  sports should read, price .$1,00  Address letter**, drawer 44, Nan-  a* mo, B, 0,  NOTICE.  ii!iiiiiimiiiiii_iiii_i__iDiiiiiiiuiiniiii_iiii_iiiiiii___i__uyiii_iro  Insurance !  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are. Insured against sickness and  accident?  Liability, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  for information write the  Vancouver Island  insurance  820 fort Street       - ������������������  CO.,  VICTORIA, BX.  MOVING?  ..x Pianos anu  ��������� ���������   .       FURNITURK  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5 7  Windermere Ave.  ORDERS TAKEN I'OR NUT   COAL  %lllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllltlllffl^  To whom it may concern:���������  Thi* is to   notify the   public  that all freight charges ou bonded goods cleated   at Uni"ii Bay  for the Comox Valley   must   be  r\n\r\ 1*t*������fnr������������ rrr\nr]n r*mi Iv fnrwnrd  cd, By order  Canadian Collieries Duusuitiir]  Go,  . t . k  .  M'lil^f <���������  f,   ....   v^  c,������ A T tt  tons of good baled hay, ptice  $14 per ton at Grantham. IMI.  JnnesT Saud.vick, B, C,  FOR SAIiK���������OiuoHne launch  30 feet in leuff'h, 7 ft beam, fijh,  p . engine, will cany 10 passengers. Two cabins. Apply Tommy's Bicycle Shop, 3rd St.  NOTICE  Any person or pewnifl, cutting,  removing or talcing any blockp,  timber or wood, of any deueriptiodii  jelonging to the Wellington Col-  lory Co'y*) or from or off tho land  of the Bdid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon the company's  land will bo provocated to tlie fnll  extent of the law.  W, T,   -POUT.RON"  CfjH'MV'MnJWger,  Weillngton Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Snywurd Land District.  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE tint I, W'ulter Gbrc  of Comox, IJ. C, occupation f.irnW, intends to npply for permission 10 purchase the following described lands.���������  Commoflcint,' ������i'a post planted on tlie  south-west side of Small Island in Gov,-  land Harbour on V.ildez Island, tlience  followinK (.linre line to place ol commencement including both portions of  Island containing IJ acres more or less.  WALTER fiAlSE.  G. I'. I'idcock, Agent.  Dated April I7������l������i -V*-  *TAK*������ NOTICE that Jwph II. V������y t>l  floqilMli, ILO,, niiiisinnniKtor, Intcndd to  ii|iply tr ������lioenio tn |>r������>Hpr*ct for ooa! ami  iM'troIonm on tho followillil diinoribt'd  Vuiilw:���������Ut'inntuncinu *t 11 pi Hi phmtml mi  llio M-utli-OMtcrt in r <t Hicfoi 10, It 11.  pert'Dln'rli't, M.lo'lm Maml, lli<nce  HflBt R0 ijhnliH. Ibftnoa north 81 0 ulu^,  tliono'i OI.H5 HOoIh'iih, tln'iico nouth 80  oliniuB Ui tlio point "f cominonciiiii.iit.  Muted 11t-ii ������i*y������i" jI*(wj, !."'.-.  mlMHVH 11    TOY, ii^lur,  ���������pl21m)ill  TAKB NOTICE that H. B. lfiaby.  married woinan, of Victoria, B.C., in .  tends to apply for _ liceu.e to prospect for  coal and petrolonm on tho following (Iob-  crib-d lands:���������Commonciug at a post  planted on tho south-west cornor of Section 40, Rnpert Distriot, Maloolm Inland,  thenoe out 80 chaina, thenoo north 80  chaini!, thenco wee*. 80 obniii", then.,  south 80 chains to the poiut of ooinmincc-  ment  Dated llth day of Maroh. 1912.  II. B, MOSI.Y, Locitor.  Joseph H. Foy, AKont.'  apl 21 in} 31  mmaammamm mama������amamamma������m^am*mam*m*m**m*m*m*m*^  TAKE NOT.CIi tlut E. Sibley, Stenog  grnphor of Vio.oria, B. C., intenda to apply for a liconso to prospect for ooal and  patrolium on tlio lollowiaet douorihed  la ;dfl:���������Commencing at a post plniito.l on  tho uorth-oaut corner of Section dl, Iluport Diatriot, Milnolm Island, thenc. we.t  80 obuiuB, thenoo not tli 80 chuiin, thmcu  oust 80 chaiuo, thenee aouth 80 nhniuu to  tho poiut of commoncemout.  Daved llth dny of March, 1012.  E. SIHLKY, X*mtor  ^���������Joi.oph II, Foy, A^oiii  npl-2-J-tuyOl  m*}  RL'PBKTUNI) UI-TUIOV  Dintric1 nf P. 'iiCff  'VkYLY.  J'O'-'TCH   t'n.1   .._������h,\l.    i".h,������-.  Carle    Bi'*wn,   oi   I.i*f)'i'.iii*lf]    N.   Y.,  initrrii'd wouinu. mtoiula to apply ff r pt*--  mis-iioii to puicliMSO tho follrw__K dtnnrili- ���������  ed land.:���������Commencing at a pout p'Mited  at eouthwc.t corner of Si-oliou  111, T'ttti-  fihip 9, thoii;*o north   80  chain*,,   thui.ee  eakt80chains,   tlitnco   i-oulh   80  chiiin,  thenot went 80 chains to place of commen-  mont containing 010 acreB more or lets.  Scribed on post A.K.C.U . S.W. cor  AllELAIDK IfoTKIl t'LAUK BllOWK..  Dan Clark, u������,-ntf'  Dniod Dfloombor ll)th, 1M0.  TAKK NOTIOK thnt".I. V. WlwUy, m  Victoria, II. 0 , Scorotary, iuttiuU to apply (or a licoiiHo to proapccl for conl und  petroleum on the folhw;ng ricR.rth.d  land^t���������Commencing at a poht plutiUd on  tho noith-wc������t cornor of Hod ion 17, Iluport DUtriot, Main dm Inland, thenoo  Houlli 80 ohainH, thoixie out 81) olmlnH,  (bono- uorth 80 ohainu, IhitivO v*out B0  chaini lo tho point of oommenonment,  Dated Uth duy of MikoIi 1012.  J. V, MUhlJY, L<ioa������or,  Josiipli 11. Foy, A-dnt  apl 2. myai  RUPBUT LAND DISTRICT  DiHtriot of Rupert  TAKE notico thnt Ilichmono.  Chftrlo-BiBB of Vancouver, JL C,  Broker intendu lo apply for per  mifigion to purohaBO the followin<z  described landBi���������Commencing at.  a pofll planted nt -f ,po������t   butwovirr -  Section 18k, Township 9, ami i*coi  ion 13, Townahip 20, lliwcfi wd 4ft ���������  chaliifi, thenco fcouth   40 c-lmii-���������,���������,  thonco wtt!l'..Ooliiiiii'*, tMotic-i-ouih ���������  80 cliail'!**; ii-iMi'.'i.* t-aaV   IU   chnin",  llu'tifio mo i ih 'I'I civiH"   t !'<'ii.. it ''if i.  ���������lOt'lmiiii-, liitncu i.'.i������tl������ hUi'linins ti-  puicii ol comiiii'iicoii.nil���������, i-x>uux'mUiy  6.0 acreB (iMiiti or \vfxf.  Scribed on post UCU'** N Knor.  HlCHMONllClJAW.KS  H������PH(  Dan Clnrk, HK'Ui*..  Dated DceomliiT It) li. 1010.  8UIIBOH1HK KOR.THK NKW������  ONLYONKU01.URA YEAR.  notk;k,  Riding on locomolivcH and rail  way cars of tli������ Union (tolltory  Company hy any pftwoiv ,ir per-  wma- except lain crw (. i������trietly  pvohlVUcd. Kmploy������(*t������ 'ro nih-  ������h: to(!i,*iiiiiHS!il for allowing family order  W. !,. COUr,SOMf  (leneral Mauajier.  Have yon  ,,,.*/ tMM r  heard   the   latest  ������,,������������������������ rt,,u Vti>\'\ii'  My Dog- Aromi.' Ciuiio aiu'. net  a coj>v>nt The New* OfTicc. Only  a few ^opieH left.  TAKK NOTICK dial I). I). Mulr, ni  Viotoiia, It, C��������� Acjouiit-nt, int-nda to apply for a li'*.ei)������e to prn.pi (it for coal and  putroloum on the full-win^ dimoribul  landc���������C> tmnencintf at a po������t planted on  Mia futiitlcwtoLcorner of Riotlon 10, Hu-  V.'i t Distriot, Maloolm Iiland. thonco Ca_t  K0 ohnin*, thenoe north WI ohaina, thoi.o������  wont 80 ohainH, thonco vcit 80 olaiun,  thrnonaoulh HO ohiil. h to thu point uf uoiu  incnutment, *  i������j������-.j i������t?! Hiyrii M������r,.i. vm>.  ������'. I)  llUIlt. L(������������ator  11 JoHeph 11. P������y, A if ent  apl 21 my .11  UUl'KHTUMU lilMHKJ-  Diatiifit of lliipfrl.  TAKK NOTIOK that Korrar.l D.kc,  of llin(*lininl(ii),)\V. t<n������;l,iioiii,iiiir> d������ in  npply for iiotiiicttinii l������i piitijiiBMi tho fob  Iuwiukdure.ihoil Hindu:���������Ccniir'������in*iuiin ut  ������ p M pluiUil 2 milf!) M*'������t "I the.  Houth niitif cm in r of >Sm:i I'm '24, Tno I.si) I p  '.(), Ihfiicn WiKtHOclni'rv., UitliO" Month  HOdhaliiK, theiiro0:t><t HO uhainr, thdii)-  norih 80 cJiiii'H topi in- (if������nmnieiiri������n<tnli  onntiiinlnn IU(l������on������H, more or ln������.  HjrilMl on prail V.lYn N.K, corner,  KmVAIIIilhKl:,  Dan Chirk, AinonU  Dated )>.* o-nlMirllHI), Uim.  O. H TARBELL  a"**m~# am****-** -  If YOU want Kesults place  your  Ad in The News.   A prompt response is sure to come. "Nuif said.  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  An.l ������ll KITCHEN i UTKWblI..H  Sportsmens' Goods  HTM''   ov/are | THE NEWS. CUMBEKT,ATm B. C.  C.P.R. CALGARY SHOPS  Great Car Shops, to be Erected by the  C.P.R. at Calgary, to be Known  as The Ogden Shops.  The area I car shops which the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. is creeling  near Calgary, Alberta, will rank amongst tho biggest undertakings of  Canada's great transcontinental road.  They are happily named the "Ogden  Shops" in honor of Mr. I. G. Ogden,  one of the vice-presidents of the company, and (he town which will grow  up around tliern is also to bo called  Ogden. The shops are of course, to  lie of the most modern construction  and equipment, ami will consist of a  group of twenty buildings, and occupy an area of 120 acres of land, the  locomotive works alone covering  from six to eight acres. The Ogden  shops aro intended by the C.P.R. to  provide for the repairs lo equipment  on its.western lines. That they will  have plenty of work to do is .evidenced from the fact that the Canadian  Pacific Railway makes it n point to  completely overhaul its rolling stock  at least once a year. This company  does this so that its equipment may  'always be in the highest, possible  state of efficiency. A few years ago  the Angus shops at Montreal and the  shops at Winnipeg wero sufficient for  "this work, but the C. & P.R.'s equipment has increased so greatly within  tost few years, that tho Ogden shops  are a necessity. Between two and  three thousand men will be employed,  and they will he systematically housed on a modern plan-that, will make  the town of Ogden one of the world's  model hives of industry and an ideal  residential place for the working-man.  The naming of the shops after Mr.  Ogden is a particularly happy choice  liy Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, for that  Kentlemau is one of the real old  guard of the C.P.R., a veteran indeed, having for thirty-one years given the best of his talents to the company's service.  A New Yorker by birth, belonging  to a family of financiers, his forefathers having been bankers, Mr. Ogden has spent the larger portion of  his busy life, in the finance departments of railways. In 1871 he became  paymaster and accountant of the  Chicago & Pacific Railway and,  live years later was auditor of that  company. ''The high reputation he  gained witli the C. & P.R. attracted attention towards him, and at the birth  of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company; in 1881 he was selected to take'  charge of#tlio. finauees; of the western  division of the road, with' headquarters at Winnipeg. Two years excellent work in the west .was followed  by his promotion to the position .'of  chief auditor of the entire system,  the higher title of controller being  bestowed upon him in 1887.     Other  A. A. P.McDOWEL^L.  A. A. P. McDowell publisher of tho  Press, at Daysland, Alberta, is a native of Ontario, having been born at  Tillsonbmg in 18GG. Sho.tly after  tho publication of the Liberal began,  by Dresser & McGuire, the subject  of this sketch began the mastery of  tho printers' art, aud when William  McGuire assumed entire ' charge of  the Liberal remained with him, put-  -ting in more than four years in one  office. lie was afterwards employed on the Tillsonburg Observer,  spent some time on tho Pacific Coast  where he was employed lin Seattle  and "Whatcom (now Bellingham).  In .lite; latter place he had charge of  the job, department In the..'office "of  the Reveille, but gave up the position to return to Ontario just previous to his mother's ���������death in the  fall of 1889..���������', In 1S90 and 1891 ho  served as foreman in the office of  the Herald-Record nt Wallaceburg,  Ont., then went to Michigan, accepting a position on the Enterprise at  Cass City and in the following year  buying a half interest in that paper.  In 189-1 ho became sole owner of the  Enterprise and continued as such until the spring of 190t>, when Tie sold  his business interests to a competitor and came to Alberta. .��������� He at  first accepted a position in the office  of the Edmonton Bulletin, first in  the news room and later in the job  department. In" tho fall of 1906 he  went as foreman in (he office of the  Mail (now* defunct) at Camrose, remaining- until the spring of.1.907, when  he located in Daysland and commenced the publication of the Press,  then the only paper between Cam-  rose and Saskatoon, either oii the  C.P.R. or the G.T.P;. Notwithstandi  ing"the fact that .now nearly every  town on both those, lines of railway  has a paper of its '.ovfii, the Press  ���������contiijues". to hold a good patronage  and has moved to very desirable  quarters of its own, on one of tlio  very best corners in town. This  has only been possible because���������of  the editor's high ideals of journalism  and his determination to- carry them  out as far as can be'made practical  iii so small a town in so new a district, o It is generally recognized as  being one of the best local weeklies  in Alberta. ���������"  honors quickly followed, and in 1901  lie was made vice-president of the  Company, having naturally the finances of the large corporation particularly .unde.*'* liis charge.  ,, During all these years Mr. Ogden  displayed rare financial ability and  acumen, and in the.. Struggling days  of the company���������and there were not  a few of them in Iho eighties and the  early nineties���������his advice and*knowledge materially aided in tiding the  C.P.R, over many a financial difficulty. II Ir. work, indeed, would form  a large part of the history of the C.  in having the Company's huge  works at tho foothills of the Canadian  Rockies named after him,- Mr. Ogden  is paid a justly deserved,.tribute���������a  'tribute.none the loss to his many excellent finalities of head and heart  than to his grout financial genius and  to hia long years of loyalty and faithfulness to tin great corporation with  .which ho lias been hbhoc'IsUciI from Its  Infancy, and wllh whicli ho has grown  to see It take the foremost place nm-  ongHt tho great transportation companies of tlio world,  Internally and Externally It is  Good.���������The crowning property of Dr.'  Thomas' Electric Oil is that it can be  used internally for,,, many complaints  as well as externally. For sore  throat, croup, whooping cougli, pains  hv 'the chest, colic,- and many kindre 1  ailments it has curative qualities that  are Unsurpassed. . A bottle of if  costs little and there is no loss in always having it.at hand. .*..;  No Unusual Sight.  Mother Graves' Worm Hxlermlnalor  will drive worms from (lio .system  without injury to tlio child, bemuse  (Is ficlloii, while fully effective, is  mild.  When Oranges Were Taboo In Holland.  Oranges were for some yenrs a prohibited fruit In Holland. When the  lint avian republic wns established the  hnilgft nnil color of tho Stallholder's  family hccnni.t ko baleful to the popit-  inr unrly that not satisfied with ox-  polling (heir princo, they passed n  law forbidding Iho sale of oranges  and currots, and ordering nil persons  who grow lilioti or iiiarlgohlH in their  gai'doiiH lo pluck up tho plants and  destroy llioiu. 'I'llIm prohibition ro-  nuilnod lu force until 1800', when Napoleon made IiIh brother I.oiiIh King  of Holland.��������� London Chronicle.  Ancient Well Uncovered,  An undent well ht������n boon ltitcuvoi*-  <*d diii'lug (���������Ki'iivnlloiiH at tho old  Cnsllo of Anliw-'iiii, Ayrshire, A  flight of IwoiiI.v-hovoii r,tn\iA \m\ down  io II, nml tho v/alii* w,i.- clem* und  wholoHoiiii* flicitir.lt llio well lias Ik .mi  cm-red Kt* ('('.'ntiii'if.i,  Mr. Newlyrich (who,-... has at last  manoeuvred his ruby ring under, the  eyes of the great foreign banker)���������  Ah, baron, Isee you've at last noticed  rhy beautiful'rubles! *p ."..  . The Baron (sadly��������� Ach, yes! Dey  make me think of home. I haf a  man-tlepielh of dem dere,���������Sketch.  Sudden Change  Colds  Many  And  Colds are the Starting  Poin*- of  Serious' Diseases.  "I have always wondered," said the  newly-arrived missionary to ,the genial cannibal, "what became of my  predecessor."   , -  ��������� "Oh, he," returned  the cannibal���������  "lie has gone into the interior."  "Did you hear about Pickleham?"  "No,"  "Ho went homo last night and  broke up the furniture and a lot of  dishes and chased his wife out into  the street."  "\Vjhnt was 'the matter with hi in?"  "why, some woman in one of these  BiiffrAgo meetings'alluded to, him as  a model luishanil."���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer. ��������� ��������� ,   .  "My dnd knows niov'n.George Washington did" said the small hoy.  "How's that?" queried the grocer.  "Last night," continued the small  Ikiv.' vhen I I old dad I hadn't beon  skiilln' he said he knuWd bettor, an'  Klimiie. a llckin' for lyln'. George  Washington couldn't (ell a lie, bin,  dad kin ttll on:;,(ho nilniilo her hears  |l."���������CIiiengo Sfjciollht,  You Can Make Short Work of a Cold  DR. CHASE'S SYofp  LINSEED AND  TURPENTINE  / Sudden change, of temperature are  fatal in results. The shock to the  human system i_ moro than most people can stand, and everywhere you  hear sneering and coughing.  . ;___.  You may be sure "thai some of  these, colds, will'develop into pneumonia or, consumption. Others -will  settle on the kidn.ys, and result in  serious disease or. bring on rheumatic  or bodily pains.  Tho danger is in getting colds run  on. By beginning rroiiiptly with Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed and. Turpentine and taking small doses frequently you can keep the cough loose,  check the inflammation, and soon rid  tho system entirely of the cold,.and  all the many possibilities for evil  which it possesses.     ',.',.  Don't think that anything 'is 'good  enough for a cold. There are lots  of cough mixtures. But if you want  a standard medicine of proven merit,  something that you can depend on in  lime of sickness, you will-be satisfied  with 'Dr, Chase's Syrup of Linseed  and Turpentine. *  Children liko it. Being composed of  simple 'ingredients, It is particularly  suited to their needs, , Its enormous  sales prove lis effectiveness. 25  cents a bottle, family size 110 cents, al.  .'.11 dealers, or Edintuison, Bates &  Co., Limited, Toronto,  Six horses draw the Slate coach of  thn Lord Mayor; and its weight Is  ,'t tons 10 hundredweights,  Canada possesses over 1,20(1 newspapers,* of which 117 are published  dully.  Nearly Imlf or Iho filial aceldoiils  In conl mines ar.) due to lulldig rock  or coal ami |i*hh lliau one-fourth to  tufploslons   or IIi-oh,  AiiHii'iii-Uungn'ry hns Iho leasl tele-  ,i,.,,,, ,. ..,.*,,   t ,.it ,. (  Iiitlni*., of iny F.uropr-nn fountry ,  CLEAN   HANDS  fSo ��������� Tin. t  fttit't Ut ikta t'i *" < *.,'.,. el.������t f> l������IUtlf������  fiMiiPl.ih.mtttitMt. tni urnr insn  Of.MNIK. Will 1*0.0,t i"ii, t.i iUUi  btill kUJt. .  Nothlno To Regret.  "You ilml a vein of humor some-  Union behind Iho blue mil form of n  railroad conductor," said tho old  traveller. L    ���������  "I had occasion lo go up to the  HiiBiiiuihnuiia llullroiid dining tho recent cold snap. It wiih hard slenm-  Ing for iho'locomotive, mid when wo  got to Newfoundland Iho train was  tlireoqiliirteiH of an hour Into. A  fussy passenger across the aisle from  mo 'vih fuming at Iho dohiy.  " i wonder how Into wo shall he  nt Slroitdsburg?' said ho to tho conductor, who camo thiotiKli tho car  just thou,  '".Maybe in hour and a half,' wuh  tho response.  "Tho runny pasenger ripped out a  cusii word.  'My friuiul,' said the conductor,  gently, 'how long aro you going to  uim)   in  .iiiitimniiinrf  "'Ml iilfhl an.I ������U tlnv tomorrow.  Why?"  " 'Well, my friend, nftor yon have  boon in, Stroudsburj; twelve hour*,  you will wish that, this train had  been '.bout twenty years Into.'"  Red snow is often seen, in Spring  at the head, of Alpine glaciers. Scientists used to believe that the hue  was due to the presence of innumerable tiny reddish insects; but it is  now known to be^caused by a microscopical" plant, whicli is. .pink when  growing and a deep crimson when in  a slate of maturitv.   ; *_  Minards   Liniment fo.- sale everywhere  ������������������ jm ii r-^f w_^i^  n    Matching Them Up..  MrsNDe Style���������"Marie, 1 shall take  one of the children to church  with  me." ���������,.    ���������  The Maid���������"Yes'm." _,  Mrs De Style���������"Which one will go  best with    my  purplo gown?"���������Ans-.  wers.  The Beauty of a Clear Skin.���������The  condition of. the liver'regulates the  condition of the blood. A. disordered  livpi*__CRuses._impu!_ties--in-the -blood-  and those . sho wthemselves in blemishes on the skin. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills in acting upon the liver  act upon the blood and a clear,  healthy skin will follow intelligent  use of this standard medicine. Ladies,  who will fully appreciate this prime  quality of these pills, can use them  v.ill; the certainly that the effect wiii  be most gratifying.  Tho skeleton alone of an average  whale weighs- twenty-live tons.  Warts are unsightly blemishes, and  conis are painful growths. Hoi-  loway's   Corn Cure will remove them.  ...To lesson Iho lire risk a Gorman  company hi making a specially of  steel furniture for ships, painted and  grained to resemble wood.  Growth of The Aluminium  Industry.  Although the early expectations of  tho wholesale substitution of aluminium for steel and Iron have not, for  very good reasons, materialized, it  has shown such a perfect adaptability to certain of the arts that tho demand for the now alloy has grown  enormously.1  From a production In llmMTnllod  Slates of loss than 100,001) pounds In  18811, In I Kill! the output had grown to  850,000 pounds, in !!lo;i to 7,500,000  pounds, and to-day if Ih lu cxcohb ot  50,000,000 pounds,  "Shopping again! .should think  you'd save your money and prepare  for a rainy dny!"    ,   *;  ",That> whnt I'm jibing. What .no  you suppose I bought all these silk  stockings for?"  JStrange Bird on Liner.  When tho" Pacific liner' Oronsa,  which lias arrived in the Mersey, was  on tho Patagouian coast, n valuable  white bird, with brilliant orange-colored beak, struggled gamely on boiml.  It hud boon'blown- far out of its latitude, but being a rare acquisition for  English iiiifunil history It was cure-  fnllylooked afler by the hos'un. Tho  wings stretclLout soine rour feel, ami  It is of the era no or heron family.  A LOVELY BABY BOY  Thlo  Mother    Is    Quite  Enthualnetlc  Over a Well Known Food.  A friend was onco Talking Willi a  crazy woman, when a stingy man  passed by.  "Do you see ihat man?" sho said,  with a cunning smile. ,"Vou could  blow his soul through a sparrow's  hill into a lly's eye, and tlio ily  wouldn't wink.."  Shilolis Cum  quietly elope coti.bi, cata* cold*, \tn*\������  Via throat a*4 lunde ���������     Sid _������������������!*.  When You Buy Matches  Ask for  RedB/rd  They fcave a true  safety ba  head,   witb   silent    tip.    Will  never  explode if Stepped  '���������>    Eddy's  Matches have  satisfied. Canadians since 3851���������accept no othen.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards,   Wood Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  A RELIABLE MEDICINE  FOR YOUNG CHILDREN  Baby's Own Tablets are a safe medicine for all little ones. They are  guaranteed by a government analyst  to bo absolutely free from opiates and  other harmful drugs���������that is why so  mnnv mothers will glvo their baby  nothing elso in the way of medicine..  Concerning them Mrs. John Thompson," Coutts, Alta., says: "I havo  given my baby, when needed, Babys  Own Tablets and think thoy are tho  best icmcdy for qonstlpation I have  ever used. I would not bo without  thorn in the house." Tho Tablets aro  sold by medicino dealers or by mall  at 25 cents a box from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co> Hrockvlllo, Out,  doctor'  The 8lameie Twlni.  They wero coming out of tho  thlriy-fotiilh Street side of Iho hotel  where one o' the most important of  thfiHpectilaUvo cliques now lu control cf lie market makes Us nightly  lH*nd.*,inrtcrH.  Tlie young man was   ciiIIiiihIhhUc,  "There's n small fortune In thin  turn In I ninn." hn was saying.  "I've got some, and to-morrow. Just  after the opening, Tin going to get  somo more. You don't got a tip  llk������ that i!\try day. It comet  tlrjilfj't fror. th������ iu*I������|<������"  "HiirV remarked the othr-r, cviil-  i-nWy ' \\ tnxit<f* with the .lock!"���������  Tuck.  Mrs. .1. W. I'aloiiinu, !!������ Harriet St.,  Toronto, In writing about Noave'a  Kood hiivh "When I first f-.now one of  my friends, lior baby .luck was eight  months old rind dying by Incliri*. &nc  hnd tried three foods because her  J nek could not digest milk, At Insl,  I fetched her a Hit of Neave's Food.  At the end of a mouth, Junk was rapidly gaining llcsdi and was bright mul  llinottv. iin fn n lovolv hov now nml  jslio ilecIiiroH Xeave'H Food saved ills |  Utf.   And it mid'  Then 1 recommended It to n friend  on Victoria Avenue. Hho hnd a Imby  if months old thin wiih not thriving  a bit. Hhe put thf* bnliy on Ncavo's  Food nud at the end of Hirer* mounts,  1,1111 liilll.V   'Hfilf, Vtui-i' llll.������ hl/.l*.  1 hnve never seen two bigger, stronger hoys Ihnn initio for their ngei*  nud wo owe It all lo Xciivc'h Food,  I have tho utmost faith iu Ncuvo'h  Food."  Mothers hud prospective mollim  rnn oMafit r������ free tin nt Senvn'n Food  and u vahiabU' hook "Jllnls About  Baby" by writing Kdwln I'tlcy, ll,.  Front Hi reel Kant, Toronto, who u  the Coiiftdlftii Hgont. For sale by all  dniKClMs.  Lawyer Ilo witiicns): "Now, tli.n,  Mr. MUvjvhv, giv������ m* your last u.J  Aenea."  Murphy: "Faith, nnr, I diinno; but  it'll be tha clailtcry, Ol-m thliikln'!"  A Jolt to Romance,  "Uow nbout   llyit   young  ifns ho -proposed?"  "Nol. yot. Pupa nearly ruined  everything hint night,"  "Just ns thn doctor was pleading  for a poop nl my eyes, jinpa camo in  and asked lilm to lake a look ut my  tonsils." /  Couldn't Help It.  Simeon Ford was talking to a New  Vork reporter about tho breakages  that happen in hotels.  "An average amount of breakages  you don't mind," ho said, "but now  and then you happen on a waiter or  a chambermaid whose breakages  pass nil bounds of reason."  Mr Ford then recounted tho break-  ages achieved in ono duy by a chambermaid ot this stump,,  "I found out nflor uho left," ho ended, "that sho wasn't a genuine chum-  hernia Id nt till, Bho was an' clot-  pliant trainer really, hut sho hud  been compelled to give up that profession hecnuso sho couldn't handle  .the elephants without breaking their  tusks."���������Noy York Press.,  The   total   number of Torrltorlnli  In New Zealand excoods .10,000.  Mlnnrd't   Liniment   Curet   Dandruff.  "I.nst night    my wlfo and myself  luiil Iho nio.rfoollHh sriuabblo of our  |   "What wbh tho subject of your ills-  Mill!!'  "Jlow wo would Invest our money if  we had any."  "How io 1 know Ihat Wlndior T*Me S������U  It pure? I'll thow you,  "I.oolc at the salt Itself���������nee how clear ninl  transparent nml perfect .tltts crystal* ure���������  ������_ arlclluR like little dliintotulH,  "Now taste them���������notice tliat they dissolve  .nstantlv,        '." t.i >,'  Ma'am���������H'������ l'ie only Pnlt we recommend  for table use nnd for cooking",  64  DSOR  TABLE SALT  Old Sored, Lump���������  In BreuBt, Oro wlln  removed and h������tt.  edbytilmple  Homo Trealmonl  D������icrlb. the trouble, we will send  Limited  _____  No pain,    Deicrlbe the trc  boob andteotimonUU free,  TBE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE,  10 Churchill Ave., Toronto.  It wns his. first visit lo America,  and ho was noxious to seo ns much  of It ns possible lu a short tlmo,, In,  9, brief visit to tho Houth ho met tin  aged neuro who had boon ti slave.  "Uow Intorosting!" ho remarked,  "And nfter tho war you hnd your  freedom?"  Tho old  man looked  nl  him Half  sadly,   half   sheepishly,   shook   his  woolly hoad, nnd said:--        ���������   >  mJ'No snh,   I dhln't git nov freedom���������  (���������.went and got married." .���������'������,'���������  ,-   : '. i-f.* i  Inherit! a Million.  Price, (loodwln Hcnvnn is tho nnmo  of a farm laborer, in Hreconshlre,  Wains, who is acclaimed as llio heir  lo ^200,000���������0110 million dollars���������  left to him by his father, Hlchard  (loodwln, who died In Texas six week's  ngo, Tlio form laborer nun employed  n solicitor of Undrliiilod Wells to de-  voto his time to securing tho inheritance, and I'rlcc (loodwln Iloaviin has  left tho farm ut Idwynfllly, exchanging Ills slouch lint, corduroys nntl  gaiters for a new blnck suit nnd hard  felt hut, Ilcavuu is now being deluged with lniudi'ods of bogging letters  uud lottos tiiiggestiiig invest mont s  for Ids money, besides which ho Is  nskod to coiilrlbtito to scores of benevolent nud church projects,  Prodigal Hoii���������Father, I havo returned!  Father ��������� Yes, gol dorn yo, I  thought you'd show up about tlio  tlmo spring plowln' wuh done!  Through indiscretion in ml lug  xxretm fruit, In summer mnny children  become subject lo cholera morbus  CiU'.wd hy Irritating acid,* ll at tat  violently on tho lining of the lutes-  line**, T������,���������*Inn nn.1 dnhrjorotifj purr,  hip MiEiio and the dclicftto bi.lciu of  the child ewffor.ii mi'tor the *lrs'p- Iu  such tnni-n the t,ntnt,i um\ fctirebt  tncdlriito is til,- .1. IX Ki.llngi-.'n Tfyunn-  tery Cordial, It will che..lc the tn-  fl4ftiU'?itIojj and mvc lhe child's lite.  W. N. U. No. 8W,  x^ _/^< jl . u jt*JBi" W^^UA. VT W. v  Neturs'i ttwi *r������ nerfeet If only W obey them, but dlsetie followi dltobtill*  ���������nee, (Jo itrti|ht to Neturt (or th* eurt, to the foreit; there ere myiteriee there,  ���������iomo ol which we oen ftthom (or you. Ttke the berk ol tht Wild-pberry tree,  with mandreke root, Ore|on <repe root, itone root, queen's root, bloodroot end  (olden Rett root, ratke ��������� ���������olentidc, ilycerlo extreot ol tbem, with jutt the right  f+f*** ���������>!**'m������ f .p   *    1      m.m I     , .  *f * wr m-a v* _ ���������������* |   mtam     J V <**    U*a, \ m  DOCTOR PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.  It took Dr. Pieroe, with the euittinoe el two leerned chemliti end pherme*  eiiti, many tnonthi of hard work experimenting to perfect  thii veteUble tltentive tod tooie extract ot (he frcateit  efficiency.  Mn. C. W, Pawt.ct, of Mlllvllle, Calif,.wrHoit " I wl.h  to tell you tbat i htve used your' Golden M������dlenl DU*  cowy^ln my family for twenty yean. We hnvft 1u<J \  doctor c*ll������d In but oncedurlnj Jhut time, I have a family  of ten chlldnm, all welt and hearty, for which, to a sretxt  wiUmt.w* owe thank* lo you and your'Oolden Medical  DiicoYery * and' IVllcU,' which we use wheu sick."  Dr, Pi������r<������*������ ricataot Pelleti replete end iavirforatt  C W. P_wi_it, Li*.      Koaeob, liver aad bo wet*.   Sutu eaated, (lay iraaulci, J r  I  0  i  THE NEWS. CLWBERT.AND, B. Cm  /  .  AN ODD  -.  MEETING  With One Who  Had Been  ���������       lrif a  Different  Position  By MILDRED LOUISE DODGE  :  I The social world Is a boiling pot  Tbat which Is under goes to tho lop  nnd nfter whirling about awhile sinks  ngaln. Tho loss of fortune among tho  aristocrats of Europe produces disastrous effects ou tho losers. There is  littlo or no hopo of Its recovery, and  they must drop to n lower scale. They  can't bear to Hvb among people who  havo considered them far better than  themselves.  'Thero Is now an American colony In  every capital in Europe, and those  who nro financially able to entertain  nnd be entertained have an easlecen-  trce to the one main social circle presided over by royalty than auy other  nationality, for the reason that since  we have no titles In America no rank  Is expected of us. Sdmo years ago a  ���������wealthy American gentleman named  Tracy spent a mouth In Home. His  Wife aud daughter, Henrietta, bad nl-  .���������ways morcd lu tho upper circles of  America, and,  having frleuds in the  BE WAS IiUl__ BIU-rDIM.  Eternal City to Introduce them, they  6oon found themselves In tho swim  there,  Henrietta Tracy was miicii sought  aftor liy Italians, who would havo  beeu glnd to marry a beautiful American with a fortune. Iler ouly object  lu accepting their attcntlous was a  natural deslro to seo tho world in  Homo. Ono young man she fancied,  hut bo was supposed to bo perfectly  Independent financially and did not  seem Inclined to Join tha throng of  her suitors.  But tho lndy was' not suro tliat Indifference was tho causo of his standing  aloof, though she did not know. Thero  nro yoiiug men who aro either too  proud to enter Into n competition for  tho hand of u girl pursued by fortune  burners or too sonsltivo to pny attention to such, nut this young man, Lul-  gl Brnndlni, was not tt pauper nnd no  such motlvo could ho attributed lo him,  though his (Jatnto wns suhl to ho involved In a law suit of mnny years'  standing.  ~Js'ercrlholcss Di'iuidlnl showed Miss  Tracy every attention ho could without indicating that bo was likely to become n suitor. Tho last time sho saw  lilm at a social function was a bull given at tbo Quli'inul palace, where ho  wis her partner more thnn onco during thp evening, Ho seemed gloomy,  und MIsjj Tracy could not help wondering if her departure, whicli wns to tnko  placo tho next day, had'anything to do  with his depression. ..When sho was  lonvliig tho pnlaco tho young man bid  hot* goodnight and goodliy wllh n far-  uwuy look in his oyo that boded somo  impoiuling calamity.  Tliat was tho lust the Trneys snw of  > Itvmo for somo lime. From (hero thoy  wont to Ilci'lln, llionro to London and  finally sailed from Hngland to America, ,  Two years passed. Ono day Miss  Tracy entered a restaurant in an Amor-  Icnn city wllh a parly of friends for  , luncheon. When they wero seated n  waller udvunccd with a napkin'on his  arm to servo them. Looklug up nt him  Miss Tracy met hia eyo. Tho hot hlood  rushed to his chocks and uu expression  of mingled pain nud mortltlcallun  allowed itself In every font uro of Ills  face. 'Iho mnu recognized,hor ns sho  i_\.\jkii,V<._ Uim. Ui. n���������a i,itlgi lima-  dlul,  flo turned nnd went nwny, and tlio  snw him no more. Presently another  waiter canto nnd took tho parly's or-  luncheon had been ipollcd for Miss  Tracy, Tho faco of ono sho had last  wot uh n guest In tho Qulrlnal pnlnc*  In Homo changed to u waiter in an  'American restaurant was appalling.  Being Ignorant of what hnd canned  this downward courso In Iho aoclitl  acalo on (he part of Ilrnndlnl, alio  rwrole n friend who mndo Home her *  rcsldenco nnd who iind recently come  (o America for n visit. In reply she  a/tan Informed tbnt soon nfter her departure from Italy an Important milt  of many years' .landing between Lul-  CI Uniiidtul mul a cutula had beta <Ec  elded ln the court of last appeal against  Brandlnl and made him a pauper. He  had disappeared from Bomo, and no  one knew whero he had gone. Humor  had It that he had enlisted ln the  French foreign legion; that he bad  committed suicide; that sf bandit who  was terrorizing a province ln Sicily under the name of Gatana was BrandinL  For awhile these wild rumors went  from mouth to moutb; then the poor  man was forgotten by tho social world  as completely as if an ocean had closed  over him.  Miss Tracy read tbe information Imparted, and her sympathies went orft  all tho more to ber former acquaintance, especially, at learning that his  fall was not attended with disgrace.  It was lfard for her to understand that  helplessness under which gentlemen  of-Europe who were not born to work  experience wheu they nro thrown out  iilion tbe world.' It does not exist-  certainly not to so great an extent���������In  America.  What could sho do for Brandlnl?  Nothing. Tho pride which had caused  him to flee from such help as he might  havo received from his friends would  prevent his accepting assistance from  a woman he hnd known In that exclusive circle. One of the unseen abysses that beset the' way of those who  tread roseate paths had been suddenly exposed to her vision.  The only effort Miss Tracy felt herself in a position to mu_e in Brandini's  behalf was lo inform her father of her  meeting witli tho Italian with a view  to learning if anything could bo dono  for bim. Mr. Tracy was disposed to  help ouo who had contributed to bis  and his daughter's pleasure in a foreign land. He went to the restauraut  whero Henrietta had seen Brandlnl,  described him to the proprietor - nud  wns told thnt- n man answering tbat  description had left his service on the  day Miss Tracy had met Brandlnl.  Tlio proprietor did uot know where  he had "gone. That ended the matter  for the time being and possibly forever. ���������  But fate, who delights in arranging  all sorts of complications for us. was  working tho matter in his own peculiar_  fashion. Many a man's career ba?  been determined by-somo* slight incident such as missing a train, falling  Into a rlvor or running up against some  one turning n corner. In this case tho  agent through which fate worked was  a newspaper. Some eighteen months  after Miss Tracy's meeting with Braji-  dinl in a restauraut she advertised for  a chauffeur. Receiving several replies,  she appointed a day and an hour when  tho applicants'for tho position .might  .reagent themselves^���������for inspection.-  When she entered tho room where they-  were assembled and cast her eye over  them whom should she see among tho  number but Lnlgl Brandlnl. His mortification was apparent in his scarlet  face. Ho made a movement to retire,  but changed His mind. It was too  late.  Miss Tracy questioned Iho men ono  nfter another, dismissing them as soon  as examined until she camo to Brandlnl. Tho two stood nlone together.  Brandlnl looking as if he would liko to  escape. Miss Tracy looked ns if sho  would llko to prevent hlrn from doing  60.  ���������For a moment she hesitated whether  to speak to lilm as n former friend or  as an applicant for the position of  chauffeur. She decided on tho latter  course.  "Your namo?"'sho asked.-  "Giovanni Rlcadonna."  "How much experience have you had  in running automobiles?"  "Nono whatever, slgnora. 1 am Buro  I would not suit you. 1 should not  Jinvo answered your advertisement."  "Nevertheless I like your appcuraiico  and think that, after a littlo practice,  ymi will bo able to drlvo my auto very  woll.   Vou aro engaged."  "Pardon me, Blgnora. I am qulto  suro I should not bo ablo to"- yo  stopped, bowed his head and llxed his  eyes on, tho floor.  . "Signor Brandlnl." snld tho lady,  "you aro among friends."  \ Thero was no reply to,this, no did  not oven rnlso hls'oyes.  ! "Vou Homans," sho continued, "woro  very ktud to ua whon wo wore In Italy. My fathor, my moiher aud I  wero indebted lo you among others  for n very pleasout sojourn in your  Italian capital. Perhaps my fathor  may bo ublo to help you out of this  quogmlro Into which you hnvo fallen."  Uo raised his eyes to hers.  "I wish you would consult lilm hi  referonct fo yonr affairs, Uo -would  consider It a favor It you would permit him through you to return somo  of Iho favors received from your countrymen whllo wo woro In Home."  VISIONS OF GHOSTS.  Tho/Seem to Com* to About On* Par-  ton In Every Ten.  Tho modern theory of ghosts' Insists  that Invariably, when they are real  ghosts and not the spurious product of  credulity and deception, they are distinctly subjective ln character and exist only by virtue of conditions permit-  JUICE -OF THE POPPY.  :l  Tht Flowers Ar* Lanced to Obtain tht  Crude Opium.  It is probablo that few owners of  flower beds are aware tbat the popples tbey cultivate purely for ornament  will, if treated correctly, produce opt-  urn. When the flower petals have fallen, leaving the seed capsule bare, there  ting their creation ln the mind of the   will exude, if an incision is made in  ���������"     IN SHADES OF TAN AND BHOWN..  Natural shantung was used for tho  cover of this new parasol for use with  Easter tailored costumes of mohair or  worsted mlxturo. The parasol lias-a  carved imitation ivory stick and a hemstitched border of crenm colored taffeta. Such sunshades are going to bo  ivery popular this spring.  She Never Looke Tired.  Kitty Gordon, the actress, has been  called "tho woman who never looks  tired."  To explain ber secret, "Just take a  vacation every two or three weeks,"  she advises with a prankish little smile  playing about her mouth, as though  sho was well aware of tho reply sho  would receive.   But before ono has nn  opportunity to answer sho odds quickly: "Yet it's not nearly so difficult as  it sounds.    By a vacation l mean a  whole day's rest���������luxurious rest.   Just  go away alone where you don't see a  soul you know and taken sunny, warm  room where you can bask,   if yon can  afford it, take along heaps of gorgeous,  sweet odored flowers.   If you cannot,  then a bit of your favorite perfume  and one or two flowers:   Hut flowers  you must have.   Thero is nothing In  all tbo world so restful or so wonderfully soothing.   Theu read your favorite "poems, browse'in them, play. sing.  .Forget,you e_vor_Ji*i,d. a_ wori'3_^_lf your  clothes hamper'vyou cast them off.ant-  dross in a single littlo robe do milk  Simply relax every strained little muscle in your face and body.  , "If you nre fortunate enough, call in  several  little  folks;  bo  young again  with them.    When they want you to  bide under a couch, hide'under It even  if you have to tip it over.   It will tako  years from your uge.  "I never fall to take thi<* 'rest' curo  ('sun' cure) every "other Sunday. My  stage work won't' nllow me to tnke  them oftener. And. oddly, I never go  into tho country for my rest. I go to  tbo city. Thero Is too much, temptn-  .tlon to go out of doors and romp in tho  country, nud tho result Is that you  don't nllow yourself tho delightful opportunity to relax that yon desire.  Then, too, tn tho city, away up In your  oparttuontvyou nro isolated if you do-  Blre to be. - You havo but to lenvo  word with tho bellboy Hint you aro  'out,' and not a soul knows otherwise.  In tho country every ono knows whether you are iu or out."  person or persons seeing tbem. In  other words, a real ghost is never an  objective phenomenon, like a tree or a  house. As a psychologist would say,  it is always "a percept having no basis  In external reality." Less learnedly, It  ta always a ense of "seeing things  where they ain't" That is to say, it  is a hallucination. ���������  , It has beeu conclusively demonstrated that ono person out of every ten  has experienced at least ono hallucination nt some time In bis or her life.  Proof of this results chiefly from a  remarkable census of hallucinations  originated more than twenty years ago  at tbe international congress of psychology aud simultaneously carried on  ���������principally by members of tho Psychical Research���������in tho United States,  England,' France, Germany aud other  countries. To thousands of persons the  question was put, "Have you ever,  When believing yourself to be completely awake, had a vivid Impression  of seeing or being touched by a living  being or Inanimate object or of hearing a voice, .which impression, so far  as you could discover, was uot due to  ������Dy external physical cause'." Of tlio  27,339 replies received to Ihta question no fewer than 3,'_G6 were iu the  afflrmativet���������Hampton's Magazine,  THE NEW LINGERIE.  Slim Lines the Thing  tn Modish Underwear.  WEATHER SIGNS.  Some Rules That Help In Reading thi  Clouds and Winds.  Tho following formula of weather  signs was adopted by tho Farmers'  club of tho American Institute some  years ago, and it lias been found to  give satisfaction:  When tbo temperature falls suddenly  thero l_ a storm forming south of you.  When the temperature rises suddenly  there Is a,storm forming north of you.  The wind always blows from n region  of fair weather toward a point where  a storm is forming.  Cirrus clouds always move from a region where a storm Is in progress to  one of- fnir weather. Cumulus clotTds  always come from a region where a  i storm Is forming. When cirrus clouds  are moving rapidly from the north or  northeast, no mailer how cold it is,  there-will^be-rain-withln-twcnty-four  hours. Wlieu cirrus clouds are moving  rapidly, from south or southeast there  will bo a'hailstorm oii'tho morrow, if  it bo In summer, and if it bo In the  Winter there will be snow.'  Tho wind always blows about n  storm in n circle. \Vlicn It blows from  the north the heaviest ruin Is east of  you. if it blows from the south tbo  heaviest rain is west of you. If it  blows from the east tho heaviest rain  Is south. The wind never blows even  moderately unless rain or snow Is falling within a radius of 1,000 miles.  ��������� Whenever heavy while frost occurs  n storm Is forming within 1,000 miles  north or northwest of you.-Chrlsthiu  Herald Almanac.  that body, a sticky Juice.   This juice  Is opium,  It varies in certain chemical  qualities   according   to   the   country  wherein it is cultivated and tho variety of plant wherefrom It is produced.  Although tho poppy will grow in almost any climate, it Is in tbe east it  Is most successfully cultivated.  -When  tbe laud has been plowed and harrowed tho poppy seed is sown, about six  pounds  of seed  being sufficient for  one-third of nu acre.   Just as soon as  It begins to germinate, about n week  after sowing in certain localities, the  land Is divided by furrows Into rectangular beds about eight feet in length  by four in breadth.   Theso channels  are employed  for Irrigation,  as tho  plants need frequent watering, sometimes even until the time of maturity.  About two months and n half arter  germination the flower appears, and Its  four petals are gently removed on tho  third day after their expansion, to be  pasted together with the leaves destined to form the outer ahell of the  opium cake.   Then after about eight  or ten days the capsules are lanced���������at  night���������and the juice,which has exuded from the incisions is scraped off in  the morning with a small scoop and  transferred to . metal or earthen vessel.   This process is repeated three or  four times at intervals of two or threo  days, the  result being pure opium.  The flower petals, the plant leaves and  tho stalks  havo  also a considerable  value for packing purposes. The thicker portions of the stalk are used by  natives for firewood.  The crude opium having been gathered, it is stored by the cultivator and  carefully watched and exqmiued from  time to time in order that no mold or  taint may attack It. Finally the opium  Is.made into cakes, dried, packed in  boxes nndremoved to market for sale.  ���������New York Press.  Coiffure For th* Elderly Woman,  After sixty tho arrangomeiit nnd rare  of tho hair nro of prlmo importance,  and as tho .fnco fades tbo hnlr should  bo mado as beautiful ns is possible.  "Thoro Is nothing ho can do for uc  .Ignora."  "Vou mean thnt yonr ancestral prlda  will not permit you to accept anything ut his hands, In tliat you nro  wrong. Indeed, you nro absurd. You  need soma ouo to throw a switch to  turn ihe rails ot fato r.nd placo you on  tho main track,"  "Blgnora, you aro apt ut condensing  (i)0 CXIH't-HtMUII Of I'lCUH.'"  "Glvo ino your address,"  Ilo nccedt* io her request, and she  .secured a promise from him to answer  any communication that might bosont  is)  uuw.    'l"i,\-,. i>.o  |/v.iu.iiiv\i  tmu tu  deport.  That waa somo year* ago. Now  r.ulgl nmndlnl la ���������member of tbo  Italian parliament, and his wife, formerly Miss Tracy, Is prominent In  Iloman social llfo nnd, possessing a  fortune, can afford certain Important  charities. Tho Hotnnti* lmvo often  tried to learn wnero Brandlnl panned  thoso years that ho was lout fo Home,  but have never succeeded. Of til concerned tho Tracy family aro tho only  ones who know that tho legislator  cms swung i osjiitUi Io ������o American  raalauraot.  Th* "Nickel Plate."  Tho railroad namo "Nickel riate"  found lis origin In a remark mado hy  Jay Gould. When iho road had failed  nnd was placed on sulo Gould entered  n bid for' it. The bid was considered  unsatisfactory, and Gould was urged  by tho interested parties tojnct'paso  tbo nmouut. Though the rond had not  proved very prolitnblo, It was n splendid pleco of construction nnd worth  much moro Hum ho bad offered. Gould  tersely replied Hint his bid wiib tho  maxlnmni and that ho wouldn't raise  It If the old lino was "nickel pluled."-  Hiillrond Mini's Magazine.  BONEHEAD BASEBALL  This Was About the Richest Double  Play Ever Perpetrated.  Double boneheads are rare In baseball-scarcer than hens' teeth, aud  naturally so, for tho completion of a  bonebead requires vigilance and quick  thlnki rig"- bFtiio'dppo-! tionT"Stiljrdou-"  ble concretes happen ever and. anon,  the most famous ono possibly being  that pulled by Cozy Dolau and Harry  Gessler at Chicago several years ago.  Ou this occasion Dolau bad reached  second In the ninth, nnd ono .was  down, ihe scoro at the time being In  favor of tho Cubs by a ono run margin. Tbo next batter hoisted a long  fly over center Held. Gessler grabbed  the bail aud. deciding that It was tho  third out, tucked tho ball In his pocket nud flew for tho clubhouse.'  Dolau, Instead of taking advantage  of tbo break to scoro the tying run,  also ligured that It was tho third out  and followed Gessler across tho Held,  wbllo n raving mob of players from  both teams, surrounding them, tried  to impress tho horror ot the situation  upou tbem,  Artlo Hofman finally took tbo ball  away from Gessler, chased Dolnu to  the clubhouse aud mado the putout at  tho edgo of the bathtub. That was  tho richest doublo break ou record,  but tlioro havo beeu a fow others almost as funny.  A Northern Venice.  Tho old city of Ghent, Belgium, i.i  built on'twenty-six islands, which nro  connected'with one another by eighty  bi'ldgos. Threo hundred streets add  thirty public soiumis nro contained in  theso island*. Ghent Is famous been uso Chu lies V. and John o' (Jaunt  wero horn thero. It bus been the scono  or maiiy treaties. Insurrection* nud, revolts, and Jt was there tho treaty was  mado toi'mlnallng tbo war of 1HI2 bo-  tweoti this country and Hnglnnd.  , Tht Point of Surprise,  "Did yon notleo tbo ni|Ui over Ihors  who took off his hat to the lady ho met  nml bogged pardon so politely for slop*  ping ou her drossV"  "Why, what is so remarkable about  such ordinary politeness'*''  ���������itut, mun nllve, she's his wlfol"-  Daltlmore American.  Royal Night Bodyguards.  For moro than -100 years a body of  men known as tho Montoros do En-  plnosa havo enjoyed tho exclusive  privilege of watching ovor tho slumbers of tho kings and queons of Spain.  Thoy nro bound by tradition to bo natives of Esplnosn and to huvo served  with distinction In tho army, One of  theso Is on guard at tho door ot tho  bedroom of each royal personage In  the palace, and the others, armed with  hugo halberds and wearing felt solod  shoos, trend silently all through tho  night along tho corridors and halls.  Their sorvlco begins at mldulght ami  ceases at 7 In tbo morning.  THE BO-IOE CORSET OOYB|  Pictured Is - the' new bodice corset  cover, which Is'" a boon to tho stout  women. It is very much on tho order  of a brassiere, as it is perfectly fitted  to the figure and boned In several  places.  Another advantage of this corset cover Is that It is attached to the petticoat, giving a smooth hip line.  Tho materials used are Valenciennes  laco and the sheerest of tucked batiste.  Pink satin ribbon ties tbo cover at the  shoulders and Is run through thejiead-  ***  's! ' f""  ���������    ���������������������������������������������������   _i������_ni.   ���������i._-i__ mm ,      (  ��������� ' ���������" Your Spring Hat.  A hnt Is tbe most noticeable fcaturt  of a woman's dress. It practically  makes or mars her costume.'" The selecting of a good looking bat'is simply  a question of interest in tbe matter.  The milliner is interested in selling  .what shojiagjjn hand. 'The trouble is  the" average- woman(,is riot as interested In selecting a becoming bat as the  milliner is interested in selling what.  she has on hand. No milliner will take  the interest in your appearance that  you do yourself.  At least every woman should know  ber own limitations sufficiently well  lo be nn intelligent factor in clothing  her own head and not bo n mere pawn  moved obput at the milliner's whim.  It is all tho matter of studying oneself, of being nwaro or one's own type.  Don't be guilty of extinguishing a little fnco under an immense hot or load  it with ornaments brighter than the  .sparkle of your own eyes or with colors that mako you sallow by contrast.  If you aro built on tho Juno type do  not ho persuaded into buying a-toy  hat regardless how your friends nnd  tho milliner insist that your classic  braids aro beautifully adorned with a  Tommy Atkins toque.  Nolthor should one carry respect for  one's own stylo to tho monotonous ex-  trcmo of nover wearing but ouo kind  ot lint Kadi year thoro oro fash-  Jons which may bo adapted to your  knowledgo of your own individuality.  Kach year it is posslblo for tho wo-  mun wlio liiiows her own faco and  who has duo regard for.its possibilities  to fro mo it becomingly without sacrificing every consideration of the modes.  Adaptation of ono'n own Individuality  uicuns linriiiouy In hats.  r  siuriiie ind dionuuo luii'ur.thHiNa  This liali'dresalng is slmplo nml dlgni*  fled. Tho Imlr l������ waved and parted,  a hair transformation Doing used under tlie rtitno nod linnlr Tlu������ **"ft knot  IS mado wllh u switch.  ' His Friendship,  710-1 know how this catastrophe had  crippled you, and as ouo or your oldest  frlnmfe  t  nlmiiM fffn> fn  help  vou     I  will buy your funilturo for 800 francs,  Bbo-Yon'ro very kind, but I'vo just  told It for B_5franca. Ho-What? You  allowed yuureolf to bo robbed llk������  tlmtV���������l'elo Melo,  Japanese "Silent" Musio.  A curious ceremony used to bo per  formed Hi Japan by tho court musl  clans at certain Khlnto festivals, Both  stringed and wind itiHti'iimeiits wero  iihoiI, but It waa held (hat no sound  should bo allowed to full upon unworthy ears, and, us somo of tbo eara  present might bo unworthy, all tlm  motions of pluylng wero gouo through  by tbo musicians, hut not n uluglo  sound was heard.   This strango custom dated buck niuuy generations.  A Lite Pad,  'iha girls nro currying their handkerchiefs In the handkerchief rings which  their grandmothers used long ago.  Tbo ring Is worn on tlio iltllo linger,  ! and tho wisp of Inwu and hico In  threaded through It.   Another revival  : In Una with thin is tho bntcelct with  tho pendent ring through whlrh the  handkerchief I. drawn. Another con-  celt Is tho long chain witli a littlo clip  ,lu the shape ot a hand, which ftdpf  tbe UuilUivhh-f ami WAs tt ftuU  A 8������t) Meeting,  "I think wo met ut this eafo lanf wittier.   Your overcoat Is very remittor to  IllO.'1  "Ilu! I dldn'f own It then."  "No, but I dld."-rilegcndo matter.  |nlillla*nt Qlrl.  Maud-Why do yon nlwoys wear  rIotm when j on nre ptaylnc enrdu-r  AllPfr-Ilccauso Jack told me I munt  norer show my band-lliflon Trao-  icript  OhlirloD li tht flower (lul grow  ���������a gratta.-Oeorie ������anit  Uie Far a Friind.  "I IM mr house furnished, and thef  havo had measles there. Of course  wove bait the placo disinfected, ao I  suppose It's qulto safe. What do you  think V"  "I fancy It would be all right, doar.  lint I think .perhaps It would ba safer  lt������   ttllU   it   10   U   iltCll-   Uil������u'���������������A>U*iv>k������  Punch.   Cerrectid.  "Was Roma founded by nomeoV Inquired u pupil of (ho teacher,  "No. my son," replied llio wls������ man.  "It was Juliet who was found dead  by Honieo."-I.ondon Answers.  Dividing lhe Talk,  Uttio-Oh, woll. let's Wss nod makeup.  notlle-Altrlgh^dear.  I'll do lbs  kissing, but you're had mort eipcrl-  euro with tho other psrt ������t tbt Pf  i grata.������-c'h.Toisnd Uadtr.  A Joke on Father,  "Con you mutch this typewriting for  ImoV" inquired a customer of tho head  of n typewriter's oflb'o. The bend of  tho ollleo looked up a nd saw n blond and  blushing beauty of perhaps soventeon.  Hho was well dressed and woll groomed, and a Boston hull pup of ports  st rutted from tho ond of n loosh in hor  hand,  ''It's very Important to match It ox-  nelly," Insisted tho young thing.  Tho head of tho officii Just glaneed  nt tho paper in her hand. "Machine  No, ll mutches it," who sold. "Will you  toll tho young lady at inuchlno No. tl  whot you waiitV"  Tho blond beauty and tho girl nt  mnchlno No, a whispered apart. Machine No. ll "clicked for n moment.  Thoro was a froufrou of skirts and n  yap from an unwilling hull pup nnd  tho visitor wns gone.  "Hay, (hat was n queer thlu^T re-  murked tho girl at mnchlno No. a. 'tHhe  Iind n receipted dentlst'H bill for $0.  Hho had mo insert on another into an  i(t������ui f������r $M ������'*d "'J >t "(' I" '* M.-W vi  MO nbovo (ho signature. Bay, do you  suppose it wns Junt a Iltllo Joko ou  falbcr-or-wbotV"  ���������Women l>o toe V#of* lr������ City ot ������-f<������iu>  In tho littlo city of h'roissy, sixty  miles norlh of Porl*. thero Is not a  municipal Job worth having that a  woman doesn't occupy, from mayor  down to "Mother" I.nfurge, who (cuds  tho gate at the main street railway  crossing. Tho conductor on tho local  train Is a womnn, Mite. Duroc Ths  letter carrier ts a woman, Mine. Dan-  boln, Tho town crier is nn old lady  named Mme, Peubou, and tho chief of  pollco is a woman. Tha men are en-  gagtd In farming nod fruit ruining and  lent* municipal ofilcp t������ iplftsUrt sa4  Bid wotttft. '.' ,*_;���������*mmura. ���������__!_.  ������KE NEWS, GUMBF.20.AMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ^tS3tf_.=_  __?  *���������'���������  1  S3  r K  ������ij  *3  .!*  i?fl  SI  8  *sc_is_s_s_  . _BT������VMB*?lg_ iTCBi  v-Tia^ b___t? a  t.-_as  *J__S*������  3  -StS^.   &������_  IAL  (5__QS_v*__53____  ____K-*_____������a  SALEO  LACK  CURTAINS,  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  . MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  .MADRAS,  A ^ ������H A LIE NOW SIIOWJNG the b..t ft  i: VV assortment uf'L nolemn* at f>J_ $  13 a-i'l (W 1-2 c.r.ta per eqnaro yd, special (_J  h _.r pay-day wcok 45c and 5oc per sq.jd  "  o _ , ,    ..      -. ,   ������  $ A full line of Furniture, Beds,  p  $ Stoves, and Ranges  always on jg  I'"or Pay Week. ^ |)  ���������1) e������������������������������S<_>������_e������������������������������������aS���������-"������   "  ���������^5  . ^���������'..���������.p.. ?(Tr3TTK_3^___cr"CTijt->  ________^__^^t_r_i %  A, HoKXNNON  Mel'iiee r.lock,     Dnnsmuir Avenue,       Cumberland  ^S?i_^_  TKNDKRS WANTi-D.  SEALED TKNUEKS. mnrk<><l  '��������� I't'.itier, for Sidewalks;,'- will bu  'tK'tiived iiy the iind-i'bigiltiil up to  A!uii^ay.J.ily-tli l.i)l2:at()p."in,  1 .ir ilio  construction , of cement  ��������� Form Of Notice.  Notice is hereby given thnt 30  days after date I intend to apply  ��������� o the Honourable Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for  ;k!ew���������lk*.orilicc^^^  land. Plans and ���������' specifications |f<f <^ ������������fJ������"' the water on the  ". ���������������������������*���������'���������.-. , _i <i r .i ! ij.inds in and opposite the : follow-  n> ,y bo soen ut ..the p������hc* of  the . -     terihed ^ s3umte ������������������ Rn_  Cumberland,  li C. ' "���������     ' " '���������      '  ,9,        ���������"���������������  of    Teas,    Coffee,    Spices,    Salmon,  Dried and    Canned Fruits,   etc.,   are  the best value and quality that money  ���������can buy.     Try them,  The Cumberland Departmental Stores have  a Full Range of these Brands in Stock.  'Cdy Clerl.  The work will eqi  hie. yiu'ds of  fill-   and    710   cubic  'Yards of cement, more or .lossy :  . * Pui'ins of tender may ba obtain  od'.from   tlio city  clerk, and  all  lenders ln.r.st be accompanied   by  a- marked cheque for the sum   of  :$i.OO, said cheque to bo returned  io. unsuccessful ''tenderers,-''  ��������� ; '; he lowest or auy  tender .not  necessarily, accepted.  ** A.* MciciNNONf city clerk.  City,  ir-il'l,   Cnmberland,  B.   C.  'jii'iie l_tli,  19L2.   .  -   Three Chinamen,   oiie  white  man and   a  colored woman   ap  pea red befoie Mes-sis  Shaw   aud  AViilard, j. P.s-at  the piovincial  court Jo answer to the charge  of  J_./__P__?-_--i_blJ-_ud,pigs.-I_!   A .'ter   considerab'c   hesitation  by flic Chinamen they all event  hilly    pleaded   guilty    to    lhe  charge,  ��������� Mr. Stephenson of Nanaimo,  ..prosecuted on behalf of'lhi -Attorney-General and Mr.P P.Har-  i i-on appeared to represent The  Canadian- Collieries Company,  and also-the Lagging Company  with ins'ructions lo press for the  T.i 11 penally, under.the new Liquor Ac.t; as they found that this  illicit, selling materially interfered with their output and result���������  i ;g in clnnikeucs.'j and quarrell  ing which might at any timo  lead lo   a  serious broach of the  'peace.  . Tlie prosecutor staled that the  police were given a lot of trouble  ii'-id considerable expense get I ing  c.idence.of this violation of the  law. that the persons who ran  "blind pigs" sold to boys nnd  youths who could not get nerved  at nny respectable hotel nnd were  thus led into drinking habits,  very often leading to their ruin,  especially was this so wln'm kepi  by women, and tint Ihis woman  w.'i't well known to lhe police as  a bad character; he staled that  the authorities were ilctcnnii'cd  t'o put ihem down with a Hlrong  hand, cost what it would, either  iu trniiWe or money, mid he  pressed for the full penally.  After cimsideriiif/ their verdict  the court '-aid they were iiupie.s  s'i\l by the appeal iiukIc and  those people were nimply i-teal  "ug Mio legitiuiale trade of de  octit. aud well conducted holds  rli'ii hnd to1'wiv" * i'M> avcar for  their lic^mics, and the)' sentem:  ed all lhe five- io a fine of  ',���������300 each aud expense,", or   12  labor, all Ui..* fines were paid  netting t'i500 to the Govern  tiu-iii.  ��������� The police seized sufficient 1*.  ('tior.s to .-toe!; ti *-nloon, all of  which  die coiuI   ord 1 ltd to   be  nberlaml,  b. C. /pert. District:���������Commencing at  a  iontain "i-3G  ou- -post   planted: on the  seii heacli at-  high water m.-irk at the   intersection of Section: 18 and l3j Towir  2, Port '.'McNeill,   Rnpert District,  thence   north : sixty  -chains.''60;;  thence   east   eighty   chains   80;  thence south sixty-five  chains 05;  more or less to, li.igh water mai k  on  south   side   of   Port McNeill  Harbor;   thence   westerly   along  shore to place of Commencement.  Bernard S. Spiungktt  -     Francis M. Tordiffe, Agent  Dated this 8th day of April. 1912  f^_r*****p*t***-^*&i*****^ ^*^������^^������it*W_<������_!i>*Vfe������l^^^  MAROCCHI BROS    f  GROCFRS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BE.ER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ***if"iV������s^VM5i*/V!V-*-������-^^ ^V;V*sse<!Vj^'*V^<*Aass!^^to-^  iiiii  ni w   1-���������in   run 1 nr ii nn ��������� 1   tti t  1    nm- lonJL^aiUT  ���������"-*"������������������"������������������"������������������" ���������"*-  Fori 11 Of Notice.  Notice is hereby given'' that 30  days after dace I intend to apply  to the Honourable Minister oi  Lands for a license to prospect for  coal and petroleum under'the fore  shore and under the water on the  lands in and opposite the following deFCri bci r lan'd"_Tsi mate" iTTRiu  pert'District:���������Commencing at a  post planted on the sea beach, at  high writer mark al the intersection of Sections 1(3 and 17, Town  ship 3 and 2, Port. McNeill, Ru  pert,'District, thence uorrh eighty  chains ,80; whence' oast eighty  chains 80; thence south seventy-  live chains 75, lnoro or less to  high water mark on south side of  Port McNeill Harbor; tlience west  ol*ly along- shore lino to place of  commencement.  Nkttik C Laiud  . Francis N. TordifTe, Agont  Dated this 8th day of April 1912.  icyese _.  I fl. JSlakanishi, Ppop.  ������ ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  (*)  I Bicycles, Sewing Machines,*  I Guns, Etc.. Etc.  I Plumbing Done.  I   Bicycles for Sale  and Hire.  P.O. Box 360'  ."I  --���������������f  Local agent.fov  Cleveland, Massey-Harris  aud Perfect bicycles.  Telephone 7-0  iiiiiiuitiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiwin  I Hicks & Lovick Piano Co* I  I LIMITED.  1     809 GOVERNMENT STREET, Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C  F3  M  Correspondence.  Editor News.  'Sir:���������,  "There's a lad among ye  Taking notes,  And faith he'll  print'em."  ���������Burns.  Since coming here among you  there are two,subjects that have  continually   deafened   my   ears  The sanitary condition   your   of  city and   the roaming cattle. So  strongly haye they been insisted  ���������upon   that one   day recently   I  made  a visit up and dowu  your  back alleyways, after seaiug aud  more particularly smelling   cheir  contents   I really concluded that  the   complaints  were   only   too  well founded, and your "periodi-1 clerk, intends to apply for permission  cal outbreak of scarlet fever etc.  etc-,-were-fully-���������explained;���������t-he-  closets iu many instances were  doorless, their contents' visible to  the naked eve, in oue case the  li ouid overflown reached over  two yards aud still proceeding,  aud not iu a single case so far  as could be "seen, the floor had  not been flushed out nor any  disinfectant used, and the seep  age'from-.the overflowing had  so saturated the   wood    that the  LAND ACT.  Skyward Land   Di.irict.  TAKE NOTI'JK thai John   Stanislaus Carroll-of Neu York,  N. Y., occu  pation. engineer, intends   lo apply for  permission to purchase lie following described lands:���������Commencing at a  post  planted at the S. \V.   coiner of Lot 550  thence   noith   40  chains,. ihence   west  22.76 ch.iins to the east boundary of Lot  548, ihence south  along said  houndaiy  40 chains, thence ea .t   22,76   chains   to  point of  commencement containing- 91  acres more or less.  John Stanislaus Cam roll  Rr-bort Henry Chestnut, A gem.  Date May ioth,'ioi_. ������  j;'cl2 : i.i.ifjl-1  C_____XK__K__S_n__9__ll������_H__X_-_-J-l^^  LAND   NOTICE  S.iy������:ir_ Land District  TAKE   NOTICE   .that   Charles   O'  Fhnn, of New  York,  N.Y.  occupation  to purchase the following desciibed  Jands_:_r_Commen(_iny-at_a_po������t--p!Hnied.  7.24 chains cast of the S.W. corner of  Lot 550, thence .out 11 66.84. chains,  tlieiice west 3n~chains, thence north 60  84chains, thence cast 30 chains lo point  of commencement containir.fi 200 acres  more or lesJ..'  CiJARUvS  OTl.YNN.  Robcri Henry Cliestnul, Agent  Dale May loth, 1912.  jnul'2 ��������� r.iii,'lt  il  Pf  H  is  E3  and others, also  PIANOLA PIANOS & ORGANS  VICTOR  VICTROLAS  and RECORDS    .  i  Write tis for Prices and Terms  .IMiTED'  stench, was.ascending aud spread  Form,,Of Notice.  Notice in hereby given that. 30  days after dalo I intend to npply  to tho Honourable '���������Minister' of  r.undafor'ii liccii-o to, pro.pcet for  conl and petroleuru umler thh fore  idci'to and under tho wii'ler on the  liiiulH in and opposite the follow  ing ilt'KcriLcd Intuit.. situatu in Hu-  pert District:���������-(Joinmcticiiif.; at a  po.t planted un the ecu beach nt  high water mnrlcat the intcrhcclion  of Hootiomi 1(1 and 17, Townahip 1  and 2, I'ort McNeill, Uupert Dis  iiic'; 1 hiuice norlli ciylily chain 80  thenou wetit civilly ch.diihSO; thotice  i-'ini.]\ i.ixij-two ehnitiH (L', moie  i,r Ji.* s lo I ijih waler matk on houiIi  Hide of I'oruM.'Ncid Harbor; ihence  e.iHierly ������������lon������ hIhuo lino t'i phice  of eoniuii'iK'L'iiieiit.  AiiciiiUAi.il Tiuinii''ri*;  Fruiiii* M , Ttudil'lV, A*.'cnt  Dated lilts Hlh liny of April  l!)llJ  ������-__<ii_r_-iiii-iwwi������i-*ww__iwwM>t������i^  NOTICE i������ horohy fvfven that  on ihe iii'Ht,day ot June next up  plication will bo mndo to tin* Su-  pcriutendniil'of J'lovinejiil I'ulieo,  Victoria, I), C, for the Irnnhl'ci'  nl the license for I lie Hide of liquor  by roti.il in and upon the pronnVH f(J,. Ul0|1J U) jllJlii01uUly in>[W{ C0|J  hiou'n us. iho   WiUon Hotel, l'n  ing as a pro*est against the vSan  itary Officer's indifference and  neglect of oue of his most im  portaul duties There was also  indisputable; evidence of soap  mlds-,. deposited right in alley  ���������"way; indeed I saw the residue  of ibis strong liquid being eiup  lied there, fu ri her 011 there was  a heap of ashes and one of sta  ble manure crowned with- eggshells and other like remains  from the kitchen, right on the  side of the alley without protec  tiou of any kind.-. Then there  was accumulations of man ure  from the livery stables and 0U1  ers ou which milking cows  were eating the saluraicd litter;  what can be expected-to result  from such feed nig of Hie milk is  used by huinnus but. outbreaks  of disease.",, especially infantile  ntiiickfl from i';< rp\ to sny noth  ing of the hordcH 1 ( Huh the manure Imodi to hwitrm into Iiouhv.s'  und Htorofl riiiiiiug ovor onr fuod  di*piis;iiii}{ up n it nil thn poison*  huh li'iriiii |i(>iicr.ilt'd liy the mitinj.  ii'fn-i' fi'iin W'hinh thi'V i-p ing, n  11.en nee 10 the pnhlio honl'h Hint  nil up lui dnle cities are endeavor  ii.g to H.iimp otu by regular clenn-  up_ uiMi iiuuuugii leiuovul,  Ji your Ciiy (Jotii.ed nml Mtnii  mil Ollioor of ii������. .itIt have properly  lu.-tiuckd tho {.aidmy Uiikui' u������  10 the imporianee ol his d||iiiej und  ��������� \ fn   fi  I ri I ��������� .1    in   ....       |,j  ���������      (> ;���������.1  j   IliCKS. _ LOVICK PIANO CGii  tli:!:!iii::!i;:iiii::!!i!i!iHiiiii!iiiiiii!:ni!i!:!;ii!iiii'!!i!iiii!!i!i!i!iii;iii:!iiiiiiiii!i;^  ^\i;!:ii:in!il::il!!!:i!l!lll!!i:!li:!:!:!li:;i;:i;i!l!ll!!:i!l!llli!il!l!!inll!lllilil!liJ!l!!!l!||!l!W  g  Capital $6,200,000. Eese. ve $7,300,000 M  .ie_Roy aUBan l^o f- -Gan ^.-���������1���������1  PAYABLE  ALL y  "O  llH'ir ) 1_: *.   !vC'!;i.j  Wit I.  Ut.  ion liny, I!. C, fr������������m -lolin lluui-  , I,,...- '������,,   \ It-... .1   I' .. . ������������������  n    ....  i .- - ���������* f   ���������"���������'��������������������������� ���������  John lliiinphivy,  Holder of IJeynHc,  Alfred Unper Ilorne,  Applieant  Dalo May ir.Ul), 11)12,  dilioiib iti.il ileal nitii ilmm neeotd  ���������ugly.  lilinji.ilt   ul    fl.li   Vlll'lfli'i   llllli-  plnint having run ieio to l���������i,g ������  lotsef I will, wiih yuur uonfent, ie  fcr'to tlio loniuiin; entile in  yout  next istuio.  THK L'HIKI/f.   NOTES  MUNICIPALHY  Ol'TIIH   OTY  OF  tU������JbKRL\Kl> ,    ' ,  ������������������ ���������o������������������  PUniJOKor.'UHU hooby givoi m  Uioolcc oi'no-' i'ii Munioipility ut tliu(!ilj,  ol Cnuiljorliiiiil li.'t I rpquiro llio iirutonuo  of 'tlio pniil I'I'i.'iirH nt tho Ciiy lliill,  Diniamuii' Avu ii'*, on tho _i,il d.iy of July  1912, at li! o'ulrwlt uoon, f ir tho iiurpoBO  of nonr'nnling two p'r.ois to i-qir-Biiiii  tb id in .hn n.iiuie [i.i cmiiil .in nl or-  men.  Tlio Hi'ulo of noiii'init-l-n of oinulidiiiu;  fchnll ba ui follow**:���������Tlio (iiimlidutwi  h 11 lio noininntod in writiii'j-, ,.tlio wdt-  itiflf uliiill bo Bubnoi'ibad by two vo or .of  ilio muiiioi]).liy a������ propooor and i-.co mi-er,  mill nlmll lio dolivorol to Iho It ��������������� ti ruin (*  Ofllour nt nny tiiiio'b'.twcon tho duto of  thonotico nnd 2 p.in, of tho dny if n- in '  Illation, and In diocvotit nf n ix]l lui.it!  iiceotitiiiry nuoli poll will minli p.dl will lm  op.'iiwl on tlm' BUi ilny of July, 1912, nl  tlm (lily Hull, DiiiU'iniiii' Avuinic, jCiiih-  bui'liuitl, U, U, ol-wli oli nviry puiuon m  hereby na/iimd to tnko notliiuaml (,'ovorn  liiiii olf iic.imli'in'y.  N i per.on fluill be non iniitcil or bo di-  Riblu uc ih n ciimliiUlu for iddorninti, un-  l>v������ liu in jn B-ii ih il >.f iho tho fj imii Ilea-  li'iiiMby liw I'lipiinil nf llio o (iHiuon,  mul nnliiH tbo iiiiidid itn 'iluII, on or bi'<  fori) l In. hour of two i*. in of tli j dny nf  lininhintit'n, fiiriiMi tlio Hiliiuilng Ollinor  with u Ht'iluiiitiin; in wriUiig. ������poolfyliiR  tlm bind or rcnl I'Mpoity upon uliiub lm  qivtlilloH, hh nuiiiliiutiwi) tliiitl li.< invalid  nnd fli'dl not I o notod up. n by tho H������.  luriiinn Ollli.i1!'.  Tho <jiniliflo;itioiin un (i'linli'liito for uM*  oi'inaii u f u ii ti fullowit:  JlnjniiKl, bn n nmlo Uritlt-b jaibjoai. of  tlio full nyo of fcwfiily������oiiu jouni mul not.  dihqii'ildlccl uivlor nny 1 tw, and lmvo beon  ioi ci', nn.uii.o in vi |jm,,,i'������iiii,; lnu iu/ ii|  .'.   .'.'.fi,..f.i:i    l...:!,^!.','.,.!'.,!!'.!...!     in    ti,c  b'iitd Ui'f{i������try Oilluo of linnl cr real prop  <rty in flic eily of ilie likened vnhie on  ilio Imt iniiiiioipi'l uHiX'HimioiiL roll ol  ."j.VJQi.r innio, ovu** und abovo nny ro^iHtrr  i.il i ooiiiiibriiiico or flhiw'ui'i'imJ xvho ia oih-  t'l'viMfuqnnlilicil ni ft riniiiiiMotl votir.  Givni iindof my biniil nt tlio  Oity  of  t.-iitiilnidnml, tbln KSih duy of June, U)l'_.  AliKX. MeKINNON,  U tutning Olllcir.  i DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURUKNOY  | OVER   THE-   WORLD. - , |  1 SPKOIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVIXCS ACCOUNTS & intcicM il  8 nl highest  Cnrn-nt Rules iillowid on hfpo'-it. of $1 and upwind-, fl  y OUMBB-tLANP, B   C, Bit-rich, Cpm Uaily. |  | UNION WHARF. B. C,   ������3ub-Brach, Open Thursdays &1  | ���������'                 D. M- MORRISON, Monnger. |  [| , COURT-SNAY,   B.C,    Branch, .Opeu Doily. |  I WM. HOFF', Manages'. .                          ' k  %(-i;lll!;nilllll!!!iillil!!II!III!lllll!l!!!ll!llll!!i!lllll!ll!lli;iilll!llll!lllili:!!lllllil!:n  ,x_u������."wvw*������������aopr������.t w������_ a_������_nnM( iuz������ _vHlhU9UVuwj_a ontu_i-aiuMx>.������  "���������JOKr/IBUiaMMM-K;'*-  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC ��������� * CONVEYANCING  1  $    DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  u  u*4������3������iiunE������*4Ufwi������iiwni-iftni. ftu* own "mc v im fti���������mn  ���������WMIIIWI-I  ���������ifM-Mr���������  =V. BO]_0_^fl  MiM4H������ m-am'i*mt.jm\f*m  Mainafaotiurer of MIMEE AL WATER  4.JUMII- MmmJ****m,mmm***t.  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONR 20,...  CUMBERLAND  mttmmtmtmt,-xtiMtMitrmmWiamm������,������xmmr������rm.mr  *'<<ii!i-x.���������'���������;-; ;;;ii!  :;;.-.:t*;;,i:i|.   I ilcy       i  ;.lsyc<.ii:p.i:iiMiii*������i thi* police-n | ^jr^jjj) Hi.\vsi'.u ki;h vf\\\\   Gi'amofil.onc flcccilcs fer sale by Xf?Y   Pif\ PkU  ': ill"   '"(-I -  I'd.   ii  ��������� I id ,  ^!|,--.-.tl^/i������������"tS,ilVi^i", VlH������Vi:^^,-l": AT Ti,ls "l'Ku:,,: "&s!Ch3S..tgi_vcalllicNews ollitc.  .ri  ifyougociiwt       PLiiviLEY'b  m.man. *m^m i���������n. hiji���������iw*���������ii*w earnm em******* a**f**avaa..***m<. #,*_-'���������*������-*%*���������*���������.,������ tawam m  There's Cycling Satisfaction   in   a  "SINOEK"  ������ *������  ..-, The cyclist wlio iiiwslH in  n  ������������������SINGKR" Cycle is safe J  from every point (>f view.   -The "Sinjjer'' Cycle is n inarvel of  modern mechanism, and  ito-beauty besides,,   * Including the  ''Singer Royal'' for "ladies, we   .show four models,  ranging iu  ?>Hee from I'fiy   Write for a list lo-day.  ~~TH0_. MJMLEY  739 VATES STRKCS'P VICI C::^*',, B. C  in the NEWS1**"^  :oapi3!fflrainrj===-���������==isnii:i!i  *

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