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 ���������  - : -     .  "���������\  ���������s  , ; ���������  j ,-���������-  /.  //.,...  s  s?  OCT 8- --   *  r.s;?ffl  3??VS   -���������       -r   ^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to tHe Snteretsta of Comox District.  The News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    WEDNESDAY,  OCT., 2, 1912  Subscription $1.00 aYeaji  ksmwho  ~~~r~-J  LiRDlES pflhli GOATS  THE VERY-NEWEST SWAGGER STYLES  in tlio newest and correct mateiiah. Thore ia  something di.-tiuctive about these coats���������IT'S  TIIE PIT, "Culture Brand" Coats adapt th.niM.-l-.  vos to* every figure. We do not wish to tie boast-N  ful, but eo great,-13 our confidence i:?. the superior  merits of this line, thai we think eveiy woman and  {iirl should buy at this store. We invite you all to  call and inspect our liae^.  fiEUl   D^ESS .  In Broadcloths, Serges, Cashmeres, Poplins-and  Worsteds  f_EH_: Slhl^S  -  In Taffettap, Paillette, Noire?,-Peiiu dosoies, Japm.  Tufi'etU"--, Mesi.alines and Louiseines.  *S___^___3a������!_D_li__;j|7 /$"*"h 'S'MM-a.V.'ff HS!Vat_Bf  fr^-."--! g.-. ������������������^Tt^. Vhff fi:-o_VCTg___������__-������_rf_  New Fall Hosiery for all In eve-  . a**  ry weight and price.'  See our  Sweater Coats.- for style & price,  -wCj!2J_������_������yv' ^*T"T  :.__a  FOR  STOVES  AND  NGE!  j  future am  fmrmt-m ''     " *  S_-d_<3*.������%l���������r*C������ "      ^^^^^^r^^^J^t      ���������  /  Baths,  Lavatories,  ^Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  d  fEi_p|^B^Ss_3  SIMON LEiSER & CO., LD.  mm-  _������B������1  &a?*.*m^&*^M-"Si1><J*^r.'?\:������'.'-U\*-f*rr>*-l>!i   pf'^-'^.-^'^,fyC^l--'":'"^ri"y^^-tf>^^^(^'?^^������f  ,r^sr_ _.,.__, _*_^v,���������r._.___-j~_tt_rfM-*'^^...,������^'.'-*i*^^���������  "Mrs.   W.   E.   Lawrence   and  licr *is������er, Mrs.   Cavill* left   last  week I'or Southern California'on  au extend d v'isi'-. They were  accompanied a.s far as Vancouver by Air. Lawrence,  Iluv. T. W- Mills, B. A-, oi'  Vancouver, is visiting .. his  brothor, Mr. CR. Arilis'-.pf the  Jhg Store. Ro\\ Mills occupied  the pulpit of St.. George's Presbyterian church last Sunday ev-  ening, and delivered a most interesting address tQ a good sized  audience.  ������������ ���������*s* '<**'  Harvest Tnanksglving'  Harvest1 - Anniversary" and  Thanksgiving services are to be  .observed in Grace Methodist  church next Sunday, Appro  priato decorations have always  boeii a upednl feature dl' these  acrvicen, and have never failed to  attract considerable attention.  The iloia! ojlering thi* year, if  the frost, holds oil',' promises lo be  exceptionally beautiful. '1'be Uev.  Mr. Ilcid, of Ihe Canadian JJible  Judge Barker was in town this  week on official   business.  Divine service will be held in  Holy Trinity church on next  Sunday at 7 p.  in.  Mr. Thomas Horbury arrived  honie on Saturday frpjii a very  enjoyable three weeks ' spent in  ���������Vancouver.       .  ..+,Wir\mart,-*,v*+m,  Society,  Wll  c.   the  speaKtr   at  'the moruini-; service. At the  evtiniu;.!; service the choir will  render [he follow in}������ anthems:���������-  "Tho Merci'sof tho Lord, and  '��������� oNrivc Thanks.  Mrs. P. Acton  left   by   Tues-  fhv's \v\rxt for Niiiiiui'io.  ^   Miss Al. TarW-11 was a pausen-  gcr   by   Wednesday's   outgoing  at earner,  Mr. and Mrs. L. A.. Mounce,  Shannon Mounce and Mr.., J,*n'.  Krutnc left by Wednesday's boat  for their lmnie in Vancouver,  Mr. Mon nee wiii occasionally  vin't CuinlH'iIand, tho r.c^u.. of  hi* lul* busducsa activities, and  wlM'i'c he hus still considerable  iuUrisis. We ure vi.-ry '-<-rry to  *������<������;��������������� Mr.   Aioinitf: and iii.--. tamuy.  \V. W. Willard left last week  I'or New Westminster in* charge  of the Comox exhibit to that fair.  Mis. Jno. Preauer, ofBurtiaby,  is visiting her parents, Mr. and  Mrs, Thos, Horbury of this city,  The entertainment held ,, in  Cumberlvmd HalJ on Monday evening under the auspices of the  U; M. W. (#f A,, was jusl. all  right and thoroughly enjoyed by  the largo audience assembled.  The programme war. a varied  one, there being moving .pit-tut ch  songs, speeches e!e. Refreshments were served during the evening, After the programme,  'lancing was indulged inuu'il af  ter midnight.  ,���������-rt~���������  LOST A pjlvcr walch in n  leather bracelet, on Friday last,  between Peacoy's drug store and  Isuiauni Ho.ipiiui. i-icuuu lo  Mrs, Peurt-'on at the iiospital and  reci'ive reward.  * q**\ .^CT_f w_u������Rf������_-Fr������_,eBr-  *f������.  Mr. D. McKenzie, secrotury  of the Ladysuiith United Mine  Workers, authorizes the following statement:  There is little change in the  situation at Cumberland. The  company offered' au agreement  which wa_ not accepted by the  men. Mr Crothors, Minister of  Labor has piomiscd to use his  influence to bring about a, sat  is factory settlement of the difficulties.���������-���������Nanaimo "Herald, "Sep.  29II1.  NOTICK.  NOTICE is hereby given ihat  he general More business or Dun  can Bros. Ira thi* day been sc.ld  to Jauier. H. Parkin. All nc-  eoiints due the late Hrm must be  pail to K. Duncan, who will ret*  tl; nil liabilities.  !:;:nidwi**k, Ort. i-*.,t ixjiv,.  Ottawa, Sept. 27���������A proclamation will be issued within a  day or so, fixing Monday, Oct.  28th, as a public holidaytiaud day  of general thanksgiving throughout Canada for the bounteous  mercies of the past year.  A big crowd of passengers  were ou Wednesday's outgoing-  train, the,, couth and a freight  ear being full,  We had the pleasure ol seeing  Victoria iu all her glory on  hint Monday night, The deeo-  rali'-MiM and electric display wan  very fine. Victoria may well be  called "tliu beautiful,"  The lion, James Dnnsniuir  and family returned to-day to  llatleyl'ark afu-r a ten won'thsab  suu'ctoHurope, Africa and other  parts of the world.���������--Timo.8, a(>.  Hugincer Kennedy, wlio n.ui  mipervision of sidewalk (loiiKlrtuv  tion has completed his work and  left the city this week.  Our population has considerably deminisdied the past two  weeks, the numbers who have  left ranging into the htuubeds.  Wc- trust thut conditions ..will  'i'OQii be changed and '<"������unb-r-  laud again be a busy and pvs.  peioiis place. We will hope i'or  the hnH at all events, even if it  does look gloomy at piescnL  Many of tho old residents who  stood by Cumberland dining  the lust strike hnve taken their  departure or contemplate doing  so.  The road fiom Cumberland to  Victoria is in fine condition for  autoing. Mr. V, V Harrison,  Airs. Harrison and children aud  Jf. J. Wier went through on Sunday,- They left Union Buy at 9  a, m. and reached Victoria at 6  p.,ni, Mr Harrison will arrive  home this week. Mr. Wier������������������ returned by Tuesday -s boat.  Cumberland Hull Moving Picture show hus closed down indefinitely and the managers have  gone a hunting.  We arc indebted to  Mr,  Jos.  Shaw I'or one of tho finest   caul  iflowers we have ever seen.   It  was a bule.   ^   J.J. Murray, late manager of  the Coniox'Co-operative Society.  left this week for Vancouver,  He wiil be succeeded by a nun  direct from Hie old country,  f  I  mE FIND on taking over the business  of tho Cumberland Departmental  Stores that tho store is considerably overstocked, and wo .have therefore decided to  give the public the benefit of buying at prices  hitherto unknown in the West.  IN BVESY DEPARTMENT  THIS SALE is intended  not only  to  clear'  out odd lines of summer good9, but yo������  can  buy your Fall and Wanter Clothing as well at  a" GREAT  Ii EDUCTION     .  s a *  ^_F Sale opens Monday morning Oct, 7tb. aud continues  For One Week ONLY  October 7th to the 12th Inclusive  Terms of sale ���������     STRICTLY  REMEMBER THE DATE  SIL  THE^COKKE'Il STORE,  -   VUNSMVIR AVENUE  'i*%^r^m*.  list   next  In the Dominion elections of  September last year only about  s:vcntyper cent, of the voteis  went to the polls. The Conservatives secured 669,567, the  Liberals 625,096, and Lnborites,  Socialists aud independents eotu-  bined 12,865. The total opposition vote \vas thus 637,691.  The Liberals had a : mnjoiity of  over 30.000 in the rural constituencies. The gross Conservative mnjority was ma'eup of  town and city voters. These official figures issued by the Do ���������  ininion.Oov'jrninent show how  small the Conservative popular  majority against reciprocity.  If Premier liorden's navy programme is not accepted at the  coming session of parliament,  ho. will appeal to, the country.  The Liberal* have no fear of 11  general ideciion Jt h> in Mr.  liorden's own ranks that fear is  found, nnd so lie wants the ll uy  polofl to strengthen the limbs of  lii������i wobbly followers. A lot of  them care nothing for the lkg.~-  Comox   fair   prirj  week if all goes well.  S6a_s������!_m!OT  One Of The Best  Fairs Mi Yet  On last Wed 1 ie.day and Thurs  day, September   25rh and  2Gth,  the Comox AfrYicultural and   Iu  dustriul   Association    held   their  Annual Fair on   their ground* at  Courtenay.   The Society  uro to  bj congratulated ou  the success  which-attended   their efforts,   at  the Fair was one ot tho best ever  held.in the history of Couruuiuy,  Tho fruit exhibit was exception*  ally'good, especially   tho   apples;  there wiib also a huge display of  fancy work of all liindp; tho eolL  * c.tioii of native grasses gathered  by Mr,   J. P. Davis, of   Couion,  aro   worthy ot   special mention,  thero were seVornl varioticB which  uiiidu   a .nice display and   added,  considerably to the apjiecnuico oC  the hall.   Thero were also pump  kin. from llorriby Iifjand,   which  for nke wero quite ft curiosity,  ono of thorn weighing niiioty-fivo  pouinlii.    A   long list of   sporta  was held in the afternoon,  I ���������'���������^*ir***m->,UHilm#a%*am!tommt*1a  ������������������WiWWipiBim  11 ILK WK Til INK THAT TIIE HKST  ItKASON  our wearing Oimipludl'a jMaiiufaetiiring Co.V.  by   its   exceptionally  Tin* real tout ion of  lis  im wnv it !itn von,  <','".' upon vnu, nn dny in nnd duv  out  it  5  r  Clmhlng, i.i on mii'or.nt of its rolinblo inuiiufuctim*.     Vou,  yoiirnclf, will likely bo lli'nt attracted  ''.nnii'l Htvli' and ll  b'i".f\ v-'liv v.'il'  holds its lino appoaruneo during a long Inud life,  SUITS HADE TO MEASURE  A fine -Rangs of Samples Just to Hand.  CAMPBELL BROS*  **&?*  muiWWMi*   mr**m-*fimmm*m  j  Hi  I  .'V-m.-..m  r^---*!*7rtvif-*vm*Wittt^ THE NEWS! CUMBERLAND. tt a
Author of
"Dan and Anothtr," "A Tanota***
Web,"    "8ln of Alison Deer-
'.,,   Int," ate, etc
London, Melbourne and   Toronto.
out  into ihe sunshiny, village
It Is to be���Dick and I
When the Inspector sent,to quiet
the disturbance at the door found
himself confronted-by Betty's graceful form and lovely face he drew back
a little, and for an instant hesitated
what he should do next. But Betty
was not deterred by the sight of his
square,, burly form, and his momentary hesitation gave her an opportunity for saying���
1 have something very important to
tell-the Coroner. Will you let me in,
Voung though she was, there was
a ring of authority in her voice, an assurance in her manner which made
the man draw back another step, and
Bevan, who had been close behind her
came forward to her side.
This lady has a communication to
make to the Coroner, he said in his
gentle accents. 1 think she had better he admitted at once. The matter Is urgent.
The authoritative words were
enough, and Betty and her tall artist lover made their way through the
thronged room tilt they came within
the Coroner's range of vision. His
face wore an expression of acute annoyance; the disturbance had vexed
him, and he, was prepared to utter
short and caustic remarks about those
who had caused it. But when his
eyes fell on Betty's slight young figure
and on the-radiant loveliness of her
1 face, some of the grimness on his
features relaxed, and he bent towards
her with an almost, paternal gesture.
You have come   forward   to   offer
, some particular piece of evidence? he
said after hearing the explanation of
the inspector.
I have found this,-Betty answered
clearly, though her voice shook, and
I think it may help.
The girlishly simple words brought
a smile to the Coroner's grave face,,
and as he took the paper she held out
to him, he actually found himself re:
peating a line of poetry in his head���
"A daughter of the   gods,   divinely
hill and divinely fair.
 The. gii-Lvvho_stood_befo_r_e__him,_s_lm
and erect of figure, and beautiful as
the morning, seemed even to his prosaic mind more like a daughter of the
gods chau a mere human woman.
ITe unfolded the paper she had
given him and read it through slowly,
his brows contracting into a frown as
he read, whilst all.through the crowded assembly ran again the subtle
thrill of .suspense and excitement. The
Coroner turned next to the Inspector
and spoke a few words to him.in a
low voice, after which, to the extreme
disappointment of those who had been
hoping for some sudden and dramatic
development, he declared the inquest
ndjouriicd, "pending further investigations by the police. The words
were a signal for a babelof conversation, and a general movement towards the door, and Dorothy, who had
watched Betty's every movement with
breathless interest, now made her
way as well as she could to whero the
girl stood beside -Bevan.
My dear, she whispered, have you
round somo clue? What has happened? '
Betty looked lovingly Into the older
womnh'R face, and hor hand touched
Dorothy's with a touch that was a
caress. ...   ,  ,,
l���don't know, she said, I believe
thai, what 1 have found may help the
police to find a fresh clue���a rcnl clue
--and oli! 1 hope so, T do hope so. I
can't boar to see that look in your
i niovci1
I street.
I Do my eyos say so much? she ask-
! ed..*- ,'���������������''-.
, They look as if you were stretched
i on a rack. Betty whispered vehem-
! ently, and of course you must be when
:they are accusing your husband of
; such dreadful things. When one
| loves a person as much as you love
j him, it hurts that the person you love
( should be hurt.
Yes, it hurts, Dorothy answered
gravely, as she walked up the street,
followed by the sympathetic and respectful glances of many pairs of eyes,
but the absurdity of the accusation
takes away the .worst sting.
It is a wicked accusation, Betty
answered, abominable as well as absurd. But the letter I found to-day
must surely put the police on another
track. . , ,
The paper yon found?
The paper we found. And Bettv
poured into Dorothy's astonished
ears the story of her expedition ���to
London, and of the paper discovered
in tho old work-table. But at the
mention of Mr. Soames' name Dorothy's brows drew together, aud she
shook her head.
Oh, my dear, I am afraid It has
been o. wild goose chase, she said, it
is quite impossible that Mr. Soames
could have had anything to do with
the murder. He-is a well-known solicitor���be has done a great deal of
business for Sir Miles, and this Mr.
Tritton was his clerk. There could
be-no reasoa for suspecting him. Besides which, Mr. Tritton was actually
employing him to hunt up the proofs
of his mother's marriage. My husband told me that.
Yes���but still, Betty said thoughtfully, as they turned into the' pari?
gates, I believe Mr. Soames was in
some way, and for some reason, Mr.
Tritton's enemy.   Dick and I���
Dick���and you? Dorothy stopped
and looked at the girl with,a sudden
smile, and then her glance wandered
back along the lane down which the
artist and his sister were walking together.   "   ���        ".  . ������
It is going to be���Dick and I���always now, Betty said, with a smile
breaking over her own face. I didn't mean to have said anything about
it just when everyone is so anxious
and unhappy. The words came out
of themselves, and���I don't know what
Miss Bevan will say, she added naively, the color coming and going in her
cheeks when she saw t_,at"Clare was
quickening her steps and that Bevan
had evidently told his sister what had
taken place.
Clare was through the gate and by
the girl's side before she had finished
speaking, and was looking down into
Betty's soft eyes with a world of kindliness in her own. . .���,  ;
Dick has told me, she said, taking
both the girl's hands in    hers    and
stooping to kiss her, and I am so glad,
dear, so very glad.
Dick stood  a little apart beaming
Cramming down ill-chosen
food, and rushing back to
work, leads straight to dyspepsia,'with all'l't means in
misery.   -' ������*.-;
Proper habits cf eating,
with a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after each
meal, restore good digestion, health and happiness.
A box of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets costs but
50c. al your Druggist's".
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.
Razors of Centuries Ago
We wear things and use things
daily, of the origin of which we have
not the slightest idea, and Were we
to be asked concerning their history
we would be at a loss to answer.
This was illustrated when two
young men well but quietly dressed,
were admiring a wyell-known picture
of life in the timo of Julius. Caesar
which was exhibited in a shop window.
One of the men remarked; while looking at the picture, that he wondered
how th. Romans kept their faces
smooth and whether they ever shaved; and If they shaved, what were
their razors like? Neither of the
men could answer the question, arid
so they immediately consulted various authorities ou the subject and
found to their surprise, that razors
���Were used for shaving in a,very early
part of the 'world'.- history.
���Tho. Egyptians used some kind of
a razor, though the Leyittcal code
expressly forbade the shaving of the
beard. It is believed the primitive
shavi.g Instruments were made ot
sharpened flints. Savages, in the
remote Islands scattered throughout
the Pacific, still use two pieces of
flint of the same size for this purpose
and pieces of shells or shark's teeth
are also used.
Dorothy smiled a littlo sadly as she
Skin All Covered
N. rienrl
Tried Mnny Remedies 3 or 4 Yeari.
Cuticura Soap nnd Ointrrtenl Cured.
Mini ���HIM������i ��� ih
A Quelle man, N'. Ilentl Tnrdlf, of fit.
t'��.simlr, wiiiM in ii IHli-r<liit.il Mar. ill, 1011:
"I Iim! a vi'i-y limi skin, nil envon-d wllh
eruption, I'litlu yam uro, T Iihvu had nil of
Imtli mv '.Imiililfm eovcrml with It, ninl tliu
IiIrIi poll ol my at mi, mm in/ i*u-, i-iii ��i
v_- tin- ". ��n. 1 nninv 'liiiiiM"". T trlf-il mtni'f
different r<.'tn��itlM (o euro It, but UVUU'-tf fW
f.avtwh -AtiMi J Wtr uiSti'uPdUK'i'Bry.
d.wn upon both, whilst Dorothy
watched the trio, her heart contracting with a strange new pain, as she
saw tho look of mutual love that passed between the artist and his young-
betrothed. **'"". '  ""'
If only she and Miles could look
at one another like that! The
thought flashed unbidden to her mind,
to be followed swiftly by another.
Miles had often looked at her with
just such an intensity of tender devotion as shone in Bevan's eyes when
th.y rested upon Betty, but she had
never been able to, reciprocate that
devotion, she had even shrunk from
his/expression of it, until he refrained
almost entirely from any demonstration whatever. Involuntarily a vision ot Oliver sprang before her, and
with it came the remembrance of how
much his love had been to her���until���
Until���when? Dorothy's eyes left
tho contemplation of those two whose
happiness overflowed from their faces
and turned towards the house Just visible through the trees, above which
the sotting sun wove a veil of gold,
Oliver's love had beon her world, yet
the other day when ho had come to
her at the park gate slio hnd shrunk
from Ms touch, .shrunk from his passional, words, with an instinctive
distaste and dlsmny. And'-In these
days 'of Hiijpenso that hnd followed
that meeting, Miles' patience, Miles'
quiet acceptance of the blow fnto had
struck him, Miles' unfailing certainty
that all was for lhe host, had made
hor realise with a sudden Hash of
Illumination something of her litis-
bund's truo-worth. Clare's hand on
hnv arm roused hoi* from her reverie.
Slutl,', wo go on, Dorothy? sho' said,
those I wo ought lo go buck now to
Mm. Dyson. They wore preparing
to wander awny Indefinitely ln|o llio
park, liko the two children they are,
und I hnve sont them homo, flirty
urn llko bits of somo idyll or fairy
tale. They don't belong tol rhin
practical world "at all, j
IMnro, Dorothy exclaimed Imped-
iiniiHly looking her arm In her frlemlli,
limy mnke ono fool iih tf nothing pnic-
llcnl and nroHUic raillv p>tui(ern. tin
If Iho only tiling* t'/af nuitici1 nre love
and simplicity nnd the child-like qunl-
lly Ihnl belongs to natures! like theirs.
MIIcr him II too, film added trrolov-
r.ntly. Far down In Clare's heart
wa. nil Intense iH'Hiru to be able to
hu y������
(To bo Continued)
Experienced   Cruiser   Describes
Lake Conditions
ihtew-sllng observations with regard
to th. timber of the Hudson Bay Region (the�� southern part of the old
district of Keewatin) are found in the
1911 report of the Director of Forestry, published as part of the Annual
Report of the Department of the "Interior for 1911.
;. Mr. .1. T. G. Whyte, ,an experienced timber cruiser and fire ranger
,(\vho has since been drowned while
in discharge of his duty) reports on
tha conditions of the forest around
Split Lak-3 on an area of about 2400
square miles. This whole territory
was originally covered with forest.
The island u in Split .Lake still bear
Spruce, Tamarack aiid Jack Pine,
large enough for railway ties, poles
and lunber. ?
All the rest ot-the country has been
burned over at least once within the
past forty or fifty, years, and the timber which dates from the last firoi?'
rarely exceeds three or four inches
in diameter. The shores of Split
Lake have been burned over, on an
average once every season. Fortunately in this district the soil is
usually de^p, and can always support
another crop of trees. The presence
of merchantable forests in protected
situations proves that the young forest, now started will become sufficiently, valuable to support sawmill and
pulp Industrie-, and supply a , large
population, if it can be protected from
fire. Very little of the laud trav-
agriculture. '."''",.'���
Mr. J. T. Blackford, fire ranger at
Oxford House, reports similar conditions' o:v about 5400 square miles*_)f
territory in that region. ;,;:
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen,���In June, '08, I had my
hand and wrist bitten and^badly mangled by a vicious horse. I suffered
greatly for several days and the
tooth cuts refused to heal until) your
agent gave me a bottle of MINARD'S
LINIMENT, which I began using.
The effect was jnagical; * in,'five hours
the pain had ceased and in two weeks
the Wounds bad completely healed and
my band.a.ud arm were as well as
ever.   . ��� ''    . _      , ��� '.v
!    Yours truly,
A. E   ROY,
0 Carriage Maker.
St. Antoine.'P.Q.
'Settling a  Dispute
I must insist sir, exclaimed the
pompcus person, that the device ,is
a fireplug.
And I am equally confident that it
is a-water-plug, retorted the mild in-
Now, my dear sir, puffed the pompous person, this device was put. here
primarily as a plug on which to attach a hose in case of fire in the vicinity. Therefore it. Is absolutely
impossible that it can be anything
but a fire-plug.
You are entirely wrong, declared
the other. This plug was placed hero,
to supply water. Consequently it is
a-water plug, If it supplied fire-
why, then of course, it would be a
The pompous person stopped a passing pedestrian,
Sir, he began, 1 desire to appeal to
your intelligence. This gentleman
has b'jcome involved In an argument,
with mo. Ho insists ihnt this device Is n water-plug, while 1, wllh
equal confidence, claim flint. It Is a
fire-plug. Will you kindly settle the
question for us?
Certainly, replied tho pedestrian.
Yon nny this Is a fire-plug, and your
friend declares II, is a water-plug.'
Just let. me Investigate.
Ho looked carefully nt Ihe plug and
rapped it gently with his cane,
I greatly four you.arc both wrong,
ho llniilly romnrked, This iippoimi
lo bo an Iron plug.
Threshing With Oxen
The methods and implements of agriculture in Cyprus are still somewhat
primitive, and ��� the light wooden
plough, drawn by oxen, merely turns
up the soil a few inches. Steam
ploughs, self-binders, etc., are unknown here but every effort is being
made by the Agricultural Department
to induce the peasantry to adopt more
scientific methods and modern Implements. .: ' ���'.-;,*���
Ploughing commences in January,
after the winter rains, and about
March or April the field is .cross
ploughed. Sowing begins, as a rule,
after the autumn rains, and the harvest takes place at the end of May,
June, July, and August. The grain
is threshed out in a peculiar manner.
It is placed on, the threshing floor,
and threshed out by means of a yoke
of oxen, attached to a board studded
with pints', on which sits the driver
and the combined weight of the driver
the grain. The straw, which is
much broken in this process, is mixed
with chaff, and used as fodder.
Rendy-made Medicine.���You need
no physician for ordinary ills when
you have at hand a bottle of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. For coughs,
colds, sore throat, bronchial troubles,
it is invaluable for scalds, burns,
bruises, sprains it is unsurpassed,
while for cuts, sores,, ulcers and the
like i' ir an ^unquestionable healer.
It nei.os no testimonial other than
the use, and that, will satisfy anyone
as to its effectiveness.
Good Crops
Clinton Motor Trucks
to Market Them With
Looks a Good Combination to Assure Good
Feeling in Wesern Canada.
Clinton Delivery Cars are as Usefl
to the Busy Farmer as to the Town
or Village Storekeeper.
Let Us Send You Catalo.
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The Northern Trusts Company
This company acts in the capacity of
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:-.bout Trusts, Trustees and Trust Companies." on request.
George���She sings nicely, doesn't
Tom���Oh yes, when she. sings they
havo to cloEe the windows.
George���My goodness! What for?
Tom���Her voice is so sweet It
draws the files.
He a'flx-l ����<* If I li-'l fVft mul rulli'iirs
Hoap nml Olntmrnt. T told hlrn no, and I
t-miRlit n I'fix or ('utlutini Ointment nnd ��
take ni i'nthntm Hoap.   I u��cd lUtm hntf*
t,\   V Ull, III*  ���".Iim.,1 ,.*,,   >>>.*   i-  *���������   *,������*���*   '���"
the satm\ for Cuikur* limn ami ointment
cnmplftrly (nr<*<l me of my Mn (-million.
I K'tri-'ti'l ilu Ciitlriirti Ointment on all my
nor. parts i,n' 1 ihlnW Hint In waMilnr,* my
fan* "Hli lliu Ciitlnirtt Honp, It lilitili-rcij my
:ni|��tl(in frurr. itr!iin��� nml Imrnlmr. 1 trlml
nmtiv I'lii"!1*'!* <!urln���' tlir����- nr four yean
Jiijl riitleiirc. Moan nml film ment enrol me."
(^������V*>  N��� _;,.��.! ���!_..���.. J*   ..:    *��������
ruiieiiVa H��a|> *n<' Ointment flr<> km
;',u,.4'.'h,.H tk v. in I-1, lull M tt.'. " '-''���>
J./iif Mii't'f,��il nun li, I, -���! luipn uriil j- i'- '������ it limit I�� ill Ii uny tri-aimciii, a lilierul farnpM
* ��f na-li ��l"i a 'i-'-l'- l��"*>l<lel nn Hie ���">-i��
Kinl M-alp will hn iiiiulfl trir.nn o|i|,li<_iii,ii.
A<lili'*-�� Voiti-r UniR ,'< �� h*in. �� nty., W��
Vttfiiwlns Ave, Uo'.,.iJU# I", ti. A.
The time will come,, thundered a
Suffragist orator, when women will
got. a man's wagos!
Yes, sadlv muttered a man on the
rear seat-next Saturday night.
TO submit to a headache is to waste energy, time and comfort.
To stop it at once simply take
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
Your Druggist will confirm our statement that they do not contain
anything that can harm heart or nervous system,    25c. a box.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.
if    oillHfll'IK'O    Is
nil uneoiiHelouHly
of   a   beautiful
'.V   "l   u. ito
The Sor��o of the Sea
There Ih a lullaby Hweetcr than nil���
Hwof't.r, fnr sweeter, limn any io me,
Morninm,i   calling  his   Hock,  wo  ain
1/1 u ,;. I   t.   *>,* '  1','J    ,���""   "���	
Tl:  Mm,* Son1.' of tin* Hen.
,���.,_*,-- ��� - .iv5"-   ,wi-
I-V\v enn there tio who are nuite to iin
i,lnt   uiiif^ii'MihU':
l>copii* ami  thills
M-rptd ill the web
dron m
py M.o flong of I lie Sea.
*<. m
V,i���i.. ih a l..lU.l-> *'J.'.vti-r than ��M. -
Swei.'tr-r, far nweeter. thun any to me;
i.uiiiir. ' li'i-'inr, 'ti'' ���"'������'������y "> r"'*'!'
Iiro .1 irgloii ot tiuli't nnil Hli-i-p--
"I'Ih thf Hong of ilu* Sen.
!     lh, l-ler   (to orator*--III! ' K\}v'nor.
j, o your liiipporf c-nrly flonin!,'?'
iir.iu.f������ ' '-fiiMi') 1 >f". "O
J, i-| ', i'    Th*V ���>*'" ->l>
Dreo8ecl  Fowl
The country had never looked so
bountiful. ��� If. wuh tho ltcydoy of
hummer, ninl the setting nun gilded
the li'iii'H and glinted on the liny
/nines benentli I lie old thatched roof.
' Utile Willie, who wiih n town-bred
boy, und had never before v1h1I.pi! Iho
country, occupied an oldfiiHlitoned
fctool \}nnU\<\ tlie fnnner'H wife, nuir*
Veiling ul all around hlni.
Hy nnd by .Uie good lady began to
pluck u chicken that wuh destined for
the nixt iliiy'n dlnnor, and the Utile
boy marveled I lib Inore,
An, the- fciitheiH eunie from the defunct bird and were dropped Info a
bimkcl WIHIo.'h all cut Ion beenine more
nnd more lixeil, and IiIh mind began
to work Iffely. llniilly, lie ''ould
Htnnil It no longer, ho ho blurted out:
Do ton inlio off lheir clotlicH every
iiiirht, ("intli*.
It! ,,,��!;<��� J .-..'.���/ iw/.���.'.'���! J -i.*j-' ;��'
wjivh wrimg, am I not? oselnlmed an
ir.tfc liusliiiiid during uu ultercntlon
with lilu wife.
No. dear, wuh Ihe IrrltnUngly sweet
nnHW<r;  not always. ,
Noi i.lwa.vi-i i-t'iiuiii hit 'iniMiiiiin.
Why, whenevor did you allow Unit I
wns right.   ,   v. ., ^*, ,    *
l,a��l week, (lajil, ^tl^n.joii rti|yilllf d
v.hi '.verfe wi'(ian,-.i*r$S*i\i, HUJli&i^--
right UK'h InXijrr
Sufi cnit\fi nrtffl
ilni fjotlowny'n <'
'\wi�� m.t iminlps��ry       ,'//.
"is' V* V.
Y��nk<�� iboai>tlit|ofxmhn'fjij hMb"{^��l^|
���li's ��o hot it hli|fk-thr--*A"jnj'>i��W��rti(M \":M
i.onV *'' * *-'? * .-';' v.. -���    ��� * r, "Mm
Practical Advice
Mr. Lovelor wns one of thoso people who on every posslblo occasion
consulted his solicitor, Nolhing
pleased lilm more thnn to go to law.
The lawyers regarded lilm ns an Invaluable asset.
I have been grossly Insulted!(Hie ox-
claimed, riiHhlng Into the office of his
Hollcltor I'or tho seventh time In three
In what wuy, n��ilui(l the solicitor,
Bomewhtit wearily.
My next-door iielRlilior' Iuir declnred
ho will pull my hobo next tlmo ho
moot* mo. What uliull I do nbout
Well, wild the former, uh If lie Iind
III ven the can. duo deliberation, I
Hhould noiip It, then It. will Hllp
tlirouuli hln nnKCi'H. Uood dny! My
lilll will follow In due oourHO.
The Winnipeg Mineral Springs Sanitarium, Elmwood, Winnipeg
Wo'hnvo .met, ������.1th much huccchs alnoo tho opening of our Snnltnrlum,'in-
Die treatment <f 'he fcllowlnr. UlHonsosi-T-Stomach, kidney nnd liver troubles,
rheumatism  In  severe   forms;  constipation,    nervoiu    troubles,    catarrhal
conditions, skin diseases and obesity
Tho WlnnliiOK- MlTiornl Sprint.f Siiiiltnrliun nyplpm comprlHes nil ldnilw of
'nilnprnl-biithH,    elcetvlc light bnthH, elocli-lelly, X-lbiy, * nnd nuiKHiiBP,
PleriBo -.end a poHtnl for booklet und ���IcrniH, uie., to
DR.    A.   D.  CARSCALUEN, Superlnteiident.
Twenty-Three Year* In Bed
The days of onr yearn nro throe-
uiioro yearn und ten, hIiikh the PhuIiii-
int; and the man or womnn who attain:* that uko upends years of hlii
llfo In dolni? whnt are reRiirilnl uh
common d'Uly uctloim,
The average person fit ueventy Iiiih
spent no fewer than l.wcnty-ihrco
y3i��*�� In lied. nKrtiimliu? Unit. IiIh
nightly Bleep Iiiih been elKht, hniirn
throufeliout  bin  llfo.      Mont  people
1      . 1      .".I       Kfl     i v,      inlnnlfi,      m      ilo.,
.1,^ ....      ...I.,-..       ..,.',,.,.        ........ ,.        ..-.
nvov Hip t-nfn of thelr tooth.      The
Bf-ptntwunrliuiH ��|IV" "���nM HlH'"t al"
moBt, a yonr in UiIh way.
How loiK have they f��pent at
table? Allow half nn hour for each
menl, nnd the nimwer In nix yearn.
No so Duoty
"'TwftB not. Iho monili of March, but
nil the Bnmo 'Iwns KiiHty and duHly���
uncomfortably gimty and   duuty,   ln
Particles of the earth In tho form
of Rrlt. filled one's eyen, ours, iioho ami
mouth, and ocrapfi of Tory newspapers chased Hhredfl of Liberal pub-
Heat loan wlt.li horrid kIco, and with
Lniiour lo'ifletn nt tholr heelH.
Mrn, Vrlfild, after much BtniRKlJiiR
nmaliiHt. the blunter, at. length reached
her (I ont I iri tion-���tho grocor'a nhop,
Yen, mn'um? beamed Hnndeni, hnHt-
enliiK forward and pawing tho counter with eager untlelpntloii.
A pound of ton���nml quickly! came
the tart retort;.
Y.H'm. Certainly. Very iliinty
to-day, liin't. It?
Sudly Mrs. Krlglil turned her ny na,
from tlm hciiIoh,
H nlwuya Ih, hIio retorted bitterly,
The Coa' Shoot
Poor Mary Ann was ponltlvely hlcli
of It. Prom morning till night, her
mistreHH liulllod her, aeciiBlng hor of
wilful extraviigcmce and other domes,
tie ei-'moH     '
Por wonlcB M-.-A-. bore the acciisa-
tloiiB heroelally; but. the breaking-
point camo eventually, when nlie
didn't euro a hung what happened, lu
thin spirit Bho approached her iuIn-
IroHH, nnd solemnly reported Hint the
coal*cellar wiih hare,
JiiHt llko yon I nagged tho mlH^nn,
! don't know what you do with the
conlii!      You nniHt. out, them!
An hour or two later Mary Ann had
to iniilco If known In lhe laml Hint
there wero no moro onnillfH In the
('iindk-H '���one! miappod tho old lady
Irritably. Why. X bought hnlf a
puiiiii! (i>hm thun a month ago!
Yon, ina'iun, rejoined Iho inn Id of
nil work tartly, hut I ate them, *;o Unit
I,,   lie,,    IV,
,r i���
fr'i�� ml.
have been eonmimed, HiippoHlng that
lh-J latter are put end to end. InH
eluding tea, coffee, and mtllt, Ihreo
hundred b'irrelfi of llfjuld have been
nticounled for.
li.Tliei Qllloo, man of seventy lin�� put
n, rf..-i'..Hi_,_ ,n xva|i,j,,K to tho Bin-
ofllce. A woman of
Imple In her (Lrem, l.a��
ftttn   in   wit*
���i ,.K-rv.
a "^ntnf
I't.'t-V.hiiitf* tiolhlnft- to -ti^miil.- -"\VV -jiltt^VW**151'
|bn,-e-t��  f<*#4!'Mn�� ,��n' !��W're��m  ttx  h&gmj-'imfo. -;-,-,-.-,-;
m-.-p Ibetii fforli liiylnj, boiled \-kk*.     'and Hfet. \wni\rH \t��X*4-*.
. "I*   '��� , ������    ��
And the wind ehrlclicd lt�� npplaiiHO, 1 could hwiiIIow tho coal moro easily,
I'll* i.,f,rr\.tt r*.r,l\\*-? .m*t.\r*.f   .jn   tr.   \\--r'   V.ff   V'-.t*"'* V.fav** V**C*!!-.'**'*>     *,  !'*f!*
eou^li���perlupii the croup or whooping enuKh. She doei not want to tend (or the
doctor when perliapt the trouble does not amount to muoli. Kioally the Hunk* ol
that medical book her father tfave her, The Common Seme Medical AdvUer, by '
K. V. Pierce, M. D. She tay* "jmt the thin�� to find out what It the malterl with
the little dear." Two million homel-.oldi in thia country own one'���and it's to
be had for only 31 o. in itampi���1,000 pat.es in splendid cloth binding. A |(oo_
family adviser in anv emerlienev. It is for -either sex. This is what manv wnmrn
write Mr. .*��erce~-.n retpect to hia " Favorite Prescription, " a remedy which ha*
made thousands of melancholy and miserable women cheerful and happy, by curing
the painful womanly diseases which undermine a woman's health and strength,
��� "My deslro Is to write a few lines to; let you know what
your vultut'ln inrdlcinn hai dnnn for mo," wrltrn Miir.
RfAunAiiKT Zt'ttnun-r. of nS3 H. Hentnlon Htror-t, 'Hnltlmore,
Md. "Before the utorclc eamn to our liouss I wuk n very nick
woman. 1 wrote ynu for iiclvli'u which wan kindly Riven iiiiit
which mad* me a different womnn In at-hort lime. Alter
tuklne the first bottlA nf Tavorltfi Prescription' I frpu
ImiiiiiVliiK mi lliat I hiuiily knew I v,un iu hiicIi iv ciiudilUm.
I did my own hmiMiwoiV���uu<**hln_: and Ironlnif, cooklfic,
pewlnir. and the worst of till nursed three children who had ,
whooplnjr roiiRh, 1 liardlv kricv.- of the ndvrnt ten mliniti**
fiefore-so en��y was It. Th* hahy U a�� f��t, tn a but ter- Im II.
Pr, Pierce"* Pavertt* Prwu-rlptlon l�� Uia best, uifdicln-i for,
nny woman to take wheu lu thi* condition. 1 recomini-nJ II ���
to ill my fricuila." THE TSTEWS. C_.rBEKr.AND. B. a  i  Dr. O. Qofdon Hewitt, Dominion Entomologist, says,  referring to the infantile death rate  from intestinal diseases and diarrhoea  spread by the*1 house fly, he believes;  that the so-called harmless fly is yearly  causing the death of 'thousands of  Infants, as well as spreading the  germs of typhoid fever,  WILSON'S  FLY PADS  are the best thing to rid your house  of these dangerous pests.  jbottlo may. cam lum  ��������� even more.   Many men  J make   k   tnijinM.   c{  Ib'iylnc lame horse* and  lcurlnz Uiem up wlili Kt..  jdill't.   Theu thry toll at  s t!_ i-rofil.  iHow aboutyourhonest  Why not cctabotile ol  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  ftnd be ready to cure cask of Curh, Spavin, Splint,  Klucbone,   Hor.y   Crowvhs or ������^**  tanicnrss    Irom    b r u I s e s l/***,.^^_     74  or    other   causesf    .Thou-    **  Eandi ot oilier Tanners are ������*o-.  inj I-.���������havo been doing It far)  over 3S year*.    It's the- o!,l(i  sale, remedy you can depend  ou,   Cd a bo'.'.le at once and I  Gechowinuch it vill save or ,  King of tho Barbers j  The sudden death ot Chaudrl Lala  Menh, the head barber of Madras, at  Veerappa Varar, Coll Street, Myla-  pore, recently, has disclosed Interesting details about the working of the  barber fraternity of Madras.    ;,  The fraternity has been in exist-;  ence for over 120 years. Chaudrl Is  commonly known In tho North of India as barrister! or vakil, but the post  amongst the barbers, ot Madras carries a much higher position. Ha is  thelv. head and their judge.. He has  eight councillors, or jurors, and he  decides cases that come up beforo  him with their aid.        "  The Chaudrl's post Is a llfo appointment :'. , When he dies, forty  days.aftor his death a mass meeting  of barbers la held, and tho vacancy  is filled.    ;,  The elected man from preeedence  should have been a juror, Bhould be a  man of good birth, education, and  character. Tho barber fraternity of  Madras now consists of 160 Mohammedan barbers, and will moot at tho  Mohammedan barbers! mosque ln  Portvguoso Church Street, North  Georgetown, which Is supported by  tho Mohammedan barbers ot Madras,  and by the lines levied "by tho Chaudrl, to elect their Chandrl from ono of  the jurors, and" place on the Jury one"  of tholi1 own men.  WP*W smmmmmmm^m*m^^*-**m  $100 Reward, $100.  Tha renders ot this paper will be pleased to learn  tbHt there Is at least one dreaded disease that science  haa been ablo to cure In all Ita stages, and that, la  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only posltlvo  cure now known to tlio medical-fraternity. Caturrh  being * constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Internally, acfjB directly upon ths blood aud mucous  lurfacca ���������( tho system,- thereby destroying the  foundation, ot tho disease, ojd Riving the patient  Itrcngth by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors havo  so much faith ln Ita curntlvo powers that tbey Oder  0n������ Hundred Dollars for any case th_t It tails to  ���������we." Send for list ot testimonials  Address F. J. CHENEY _ CO , Toledo, O.  Sold by all Druggists. 70c.  Take Hall'* Family rills for constipation.  Gentle and Sure  Thei" Most Luxurious Train .  The Russian Royal special train is  the neaviest and most luxurious in  Europe. When It was constructed  it was devised to stand a charge of  dynamite, and it cannot be taken fast  over most of the European lines, because their metals are too light.  Thevtrain contains a .small, chapel,  with an icon of peculiar sanctity, a  library, bath-rooms, drawing-room,  dining room and bed-rooms. The  servants' quarters are at ths rear, and  corisir.t simply of an ordinary van-like  carriage arranged with sleeping-  bunks, as if on board ship. The  train Is so made ��������� that- It can. be  changed to fit tho Russian or the  mid-European g3Uge.  An Elephant Dentist  The elephant at the Rlverdale Zoo  acts as its own dentist. A short  time ago it pulled a tooth; which had  been bothering it, the oporation being  witnessed by a number of persons  who wero watching the animal at  the timo. %.;-.  It appeared to be In pain, and worked Its trunk round in Its mouth as  though to dislodge' something unpleasant. At last, after moving Its trunk  'frantically, the animal drew something from its mouth. It'cast the  tooth thus extracted out of tho enclosure, The molar was large, and  had evidently biokcn off ln the gum,  as all the root aid not come out.  Tho crown was in a good state of  preservation, but there were sigps of  decay lower down.  DISTRESS FROM  INDIGESTION  TRIED   IN   VAIN  TO  GET  A  CURE  ���������ALL   MEDICINES  FAILED  You, also, sHbuB^give approval to this efficient family  remedy���������your bowels will be  regulated so surely and safely ;  your liver, stimulated; your  digestion   so   improved   by  BEECH AM'S  PILLS  Information Lacking  This was about the fifteenth time  that tho prisoner had been" accused  and brgught to trial for theft.     Un-  rfortunateiy,"oii"thls"occasion''the-iav,'--  yer who was to defend him was ill.  Your honor, said the prisoner to  the judge. I should like to have  au aajournrnent. My lawyer is not  well.  But, replied the judge,, you were  caught with your hand in the gentleman's pocket. What can your  counsel say in your defence?  Precisely, your honor; that Is what  I am curious to know.  Sold ovorywhere,  In boxee. 25r  THE 'ALBERTA' HOTEL  715 MAIN St., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of CP.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water In every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  WWM  T?i  %  *,-., t .Ivory 'Worn M fl le ���������'" -  On)}';,af:tlio latest, discoveries of tho  RSMiiflietlc chomlHlH is how to mako  Iro.'j* out. of nothing moro wonderful  than cow's milk���������and -very good,!^  nt  that, according  to  all' ncc/JuT  Tlio original Idea Was'to use tho new  Ivory for pinna and organ keys bo-  en use It preserves Its original color  Iiuletlnltcly, whereas the gonulno article iiihih yellow nfter n tlmo.  But It has been found that tho now  product la not only an efficient, sub*  te'.Unto for Ivory, but. can easily be  prepared tio ns to tako tho placo of  amber, horn, cornl, celluloid, nnd such  llko products, nnd It Is claimed, can  hnrdiy be tllHtlngiilshoil from them.  It Ih In Us position ns a substitute)  tor Ivory that tho new material lum  caused most surprise, howover, btv  caimo It. has tlio npponrnnco of being  unoihcr limtnuco or Improving upon  Nature. Tho now Ivory takes a very  high mid lasting polish, and wll)  probably not. lack a commercial field  ft)i It self, ns natural Ivory continues  tc grew Hcnreei* and doaror yenr by  year,  Pulled. Puzzled, and Perplexed  In tho bnr-room of tho vlllngo hon-  lolry thoy wero discussing the habits nnd milliners of nomo of the summer visitors.  'Will   tbov������   "'iM! itronnmt   olinn    ������������M  one yokel, pointing tn HOineonn nut-  Ride m the titreet���������why, "o combs his  'air overy morning!  The others listened In astonish-  ment.  Dtitinn 'nw '������ stands It^ went on tho  "���������nnVpfumin. Tl onlv combs rnlno  once a ueelc nnd then It worry nlgli  lugs mjt 'ed off!  wnmmwr a i   n ��������� ������iimm*---mm***������**Ma*m  Kidder-���������Thnt follow ma^cs a living  ���������wilting light fiction.    -  Klddee-llo doonn't loolt llko a literary chitp,  Kidder--He's not, lie in.ik** out  accounts for llio electric light company.  ,*-.:An   Unfortunate   Interruption  The ladies had retired to the drawing-room, *. and the gentlemen, left to  their coffee and cigars, wero discussing' the respective charms of English  and foreign beauties.  Well, said tho host, after most of  tho guests had airod their views, I  will say this. 1 havo kissed the  witching French girl, tho dainty Japanese, the'dark-eyed Indian maiden,  tho lively A-merlcnn miss, and Spain-  ish, Italian and Portuguese girls, but  my wife's lips aro sweetest of all. *���������������  Then a bronzed young .subaltern  .called out from the other end of tho  table���������  ��������� By gad! and that's a fact, sir.  Old Trouble Disappeared    When    the  Liver and    Bowela Were Set  Right by  DR. CHASE'S    ���������  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  You cannot make a greater mistake than to think that indigestion is  confined to the Stomach. It is a  disease of the liver and bowels, and  it.Is only by getting these organs,  healthy and active tbat you can ever  hope to cure' chronic indigestion.  Here are two cases,-., reported, by  Mr. Skinner which tell of continued  failure to cure indigestion by dosing  the stomach. Both were cured thoroughly by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills.  Mr. A'. C. Skinner, Atlantic St.,  llardwcodhill, Sydney, C.B., writes:  ���������"My wife was troubled with indi-  "-gestion.���������and"- tried" ail"'sorls~of'medicines In vain Hearing about Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, I got her  to try them, and to our great delight  sha wa** cured, We would not think  of being without them in the house  for use when the liver and bowels became sluggish.  I told a friend about, them and gave  him a box. He had suffered from  indigestion for years and tried most  everything ho could get. Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills were also  successful in his case, and he says  they beat any medicine he ever came  across.  Pr,. Cha3e's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pllh a dose, 25a a box, at all dealers  or l-dn:anson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto  IN THE MANSION YARD  There's no need now to look about my  feut,  Or lift a'cautious chair  But uses of old years my eensas cheat  ������������������? And etill I think,h_m;there..--,.,;.  Along the hearthrug stretched In full  -content, .,.*.'  ���������",..,  Fond of the fire as J��������� ..:  AhJ there wero some things with tho  old dog went ���������.-  '-"���������**:bed not thought could die.  The flawless faith mankind not often  earn,  Nor give, he gave to me,  And that deep fondness In his eyes  did burn  Mlno own were shamed to se������.  And though to men great Isls Isla Is  But. while: sho wears her veil,  This lovo looked on my stark luftrm-  Ittes .,  Life-long and did not fall.  And Is U clean gone? Nay, au Indian's  ���������heart ��������� . -���������''-:���������. '7������ '  Have 1, and even ln heaven,  If heaven be mine, I pray some humble part  To earth-joys may be given���������  ���������   - " ���������*'��������� ,   V    *  F.ir down the ringing streets, somo  quiet yard,  Drowsy with afternoon  And bees, with young grass   dando-  lion-starred,  And lilacs breathing June���������  i  Across whose mossy walls the rolling  psalms,  Like dream-songs, come aloud,  Shall fl_at, and flying angels vex our  calms  No more than flying cloud���������  Some nook within my Father's House,  where still,  He lots me hide old toys  Nor shames me even if foolish memory will  Play with long laid-by joys.  There may my friend await, as once  "   on earth,  My step, my hand's caress, '  And  naught  of Heaven-town  mingle  with our mirth  .But tyerlastingless.  ���������By William Harvey .Woods.  About Thunderstorms  Thunderstorms never occur in the  Arctic regions.       Tho   nearer    the  equator the more severe are the electric manifestations.  In certain parts of Central Africa  the average run of thunderstorms is  25Q days per year, yet there are some  very curious exceptions. In Sumatra and Java,~both very hot climates  there aro . only ������iinety-two storms  yearly, and in Borneo only about fifty.  The Gold Coast of Africa has only  about sixty a year, which Is less than  occur In Florida, though the latter  country, Is outside the tropics.  - IuJavg there Is a thtihderstorm  every day for Ave months. Perhaps  the most astonishing, fact In regard  to thunderstorms Is that*tho island of  Mauritius, which Is only 550 miles  enst of Madagascar, has on an average only one thunderstorm in eighty  yoar8.0  Yet. In Madagascar the lightning is  more destructive than anywhere else  In tho world, the annual death roll  boiug over threo huudred.  SICKNESS AND DISEASE  CANNOT BE CURED  WITH DRUGS  Di  Unsatisfactory Evidence  The witness was a young German  immigrant whose evidence wan required In an accident   case.  Now, Brazmanti, said the examining counsel, what do you do?  Ah vos bretty veil, replied tho witness. .  i am not Inquiring as to your  health. I want to know what you  do.  Ah  vork I  Where do you work? continued- the  counsel.  In a vactory.  "What kind of a factory?  It voa a tretty big vactory.  Your honor, said the lawyer, turning to the judgo, if this goes on we'll  need an Interpreter. ,. Then he turned to the witness again.  Now, Brltzman, what do you mako  in the factory? he asked.  You vant to know vot I mako in der  vactory?   .  Exactly!     Tell us what you make.  Dwenty shillings and sixpence a  week.  Then tho Interpreter got a chance  to eaj-n his daily bread.  OCTORS' DILLS ARK Expensive. The constant use  of drugs is expensive,  and 'likewise'-unnecessary., Nature is  tlio only reliable doctor. Get close to  Nature and be your own phyMclan.  It Is not hard to do, not difllcult to  learn. Nature's laws . nro nlmplo.  When the flro hums low, you don't  run for tho doctor or drug store or tho  patent ^medicine bottle; you simply  put on .more fuel. So when disease  or Hl.khess attacks the body ot >our.  self or any member of your family,  go to Nature's vast storehouse of vl-  talttv and draw therefrom the revitalizing ��������� forces whicli banish dl.easo  and make you well.  Send for Our Freo  Book and Enjoy  God^Hoalth With  out Doctors or  Medicines  Break tho bonds of  Miperstltton and  fear' which bind  you. Bo master of  your own health and  tlio hculth of your  family. This book  points" out the ,\va>\  If you nro slelc; you  know it butler than unvbodv else,  and you -know where you are nick.  You don't want drugs, you don't want  to be doped and enervated bv useless  drucsintj. Wrlto for our five 'book  toduy. Specify book No, 19. Wo  pay   the  postage.  DR. H.SANCHE& CO.  364 West St.   Catherine St..  Montreal, Canada  Desert Refreshment  From a botanist's point of-"'view,  Mexico must surely appear as a**=ver-  itable paradise. There are so many  instances of 'plants that have been  gifted by the bountiful hand of Nature to replace the deficiencies of the  place in which they grow.  A remarkable instance is the "bls-  naga" or as it is commonly called,  the barrel cactus, which name serves  well to describe its shape. Strange  to say, it c*ttains Its greatest size in  the sun-b-^ked~deserts7~of���������Mexico,"  where water ii scarce, and where it  stores up moisture to provide the  wer.ry traveller and his horses with  the precious fluid. In these arid regions the water supply sometimes' completely fails, and the Indian places  his reliance on this plant, even to mix  his bread.  It varies in size, but the average  'plant is about 4ft. high and lVaft.  In diameter, and during the rainy season absorbs, the water through the  roots, end transfers it to millions of  cell-like structures in ita capacious  Interior, which Is composed of a white  pulpy mass, and, this, on being  squeezed gives out its secretion.  'n  FAMILY   RUNT  .- V       _1L___    *  '    Tliey (to fiilltcrl-Fallier. what Is  oxir:irr,sam*e?  I\������lvi."*r (lo Hti'yV-Exlriiv.yftnce,  my non. It wearing a tin when yon'vo  K.������t a beatd.  W. N JJ. 910  *Ransas Msn Says Coffee Made  Him  That .......  "Coffeo has boon used In our-fam-  Ily o! eleven���������ruther, motlnuf' five  sontyjaad ������rjfup-'<iailghtorB--for thirty  tyWPWv am the oldest of tho boys  arid have nlways beon considered tho  runt, of the family and a coffee toper.  "I continued to drink it for years  until 1 grew to bo a man, and then  1 found I had stomach trouble, nervous  hemic dies, poor circulation, war, un-  ablo to do n full dny's work, took mod*  lo.lno for this that, and tho other  thing, -without tho least bonellt, In  fact I only wolghod 11(1 when I was  20,  "Then I changed from coffeo to  Poitum, being tlio flrHt one In our  family to do ho I noticed nn did  the roBt of the family, that I wns  surely giilnliiB Mrongth and flonh.  Shortly nfter I was visiting my cousin  who inld, 'Yo*i look uo much bolter,  you're polling fat.'  "At breakfact his wlfo paused mo  a cup of coft'oo, as ������ho Itnow I was  nlways stieli a coffeo drlnkor, but I  snld, 'No, thank you."  " 'What! snld my cousin, 'you quit  coffee?    What do you drink?"  " 'Posturn,' I eaid, 'or wntor, and I  am well.' Thoy did not know what  Poatum was, but, my cousin had stomach trouble and could not sloop nt.  night from drinking coffeo threo times  -r ,- ������        ,      I 1 ,1.1  ,1   UU) . HU    ,...<>   1,11111   t.i   il,.,!..   .../wn.  Po".ti'-i'. but nntd be never Vnow coffee  hurt anyone." (Tea Is Just nn In*  jurions ns coffeo because It contains  raffelno, tho samo drug found In coffeo.) ���������  "After understanding my condition  1     ������.   .      .    *������      ...     ������ M     t     ,     1   ..      ..-     ...V ������ *���������     i -,  4*4. \*     *i V ���������**      m     tV1***      VS..*-     UV      *^*.*i- *���������'        ** *!'���������*-���������. . *.*���������/  do for himself Ho discovered thnt  coffee was the cmise of Ills trouble ns  In never used tobacco or anything  else of tho kind. Yon should see  the change In him now. Wo both  b.llcvo thnt If persons who suffer  from roffeo drinking would stop nml  use 1'onlum tbey could build back to  health and lmpplmw." Name given  li * tiiiiadiaii I'ostum Co.. Windsor,  Out.  There's a rennon." Head the little book, "Tht* Hond to Wollvllle,', in  pUg*.  Ever reidlhe above letter? A new      one appeari from time to time. They  . ���������~ j arfl genuine   true, and lull ol human  interett,  Tha Wftb<MJfc'l*jnglish of India is usually TOnVihflrcial; but recently, a baboo lawyer offered a lino example in  iiis define? c\f. a woman client.  My'l-M.ned/friend with mere wind  Jrom aWupot thinks to browbeat me  ff*om myTregs, ho asserted. He had  probably a "tempest, In a teacup" In  mind. I only, seek, he continued  earnestly, to place, my bone of contention cle.iiy ln your honor's eye.  An Indian station-master, having  boon annoyed by a certain fomnlo  m'.!k-hawk,er, addreasod tho following  romonstrnhco to hor employer/'  Honored Sir,���������I beg you will remove your luviKlmaldon of milk, as  sho Is not a good-follow, nnd we cannot stand hor cheeks.  robbery  in    full  The Man With Asthma, nlmosst.  longs for death to ond his sufforlug.  Ho soiii ahead only yours of endless  torment with Intervals of rest which  aro themselves fraught with never  conning fear of renewed attacks, Lot  him turn to Br, .T, D. Kellogg's Asthma Vtomedy and know what complete  relief It can glvo. Let him but uho  It faithfully and ho will Ilnd his asthma a thing of the pnst.  A Fair Catch  The annual concerted  known as the bazaar, was  swing,  There was ono hero there���������a young  man, who had strolled all round, and  so far bourht nothing, Nor did ho  Intend to do so, But a dttermlnod  looking young woman tackled him as  he passed ,lier stall for the second  time."  Won't you buy a nlco cigarette-  holder? slio asked wiunlngly.  Thanks, I don't smoke, replied the  brave youth,  Or a pon-wlpcr? I worked It myself, she added softly,  Thanks, I novor write, ho repoatcd  again sadly and solemnly.  Then bore's a nlco box of chocolates. Her tones woro getting colder.  Tli link s, I don't, oat sweets.  Thon a grim look camo over her  fair face, as sho produced a plain  wooden box from tho back of her  stall.  Sir, she said cuttingly, will you buy  this box of sjftp.'  And tho young man, w  grin, paid up.  .Nothing to Crow About  Binks stared at a dilapidated chanticleer with a greatly puzzled express-  Ion  It fair beats me, he said.  What does? his friend asked, curiously.  That there rooster. He's a  bloomin' mystery, blow me if 'e ain't,  he intimated.  How's that?  Well, the beggar's always crowing!  You wouldn't think it, perhaps, but  ���������hat blighter there gets up at three  every morning lookin' for worms  what ain't there. Then *e crows as  if he'd got a cropful. A bit later  "i n~tl__~" "day"' tl_e""f arm;girl"nco_des""out"  to feed 'im along with the rest, but  a whoppin' big game-cock drives 'im  away breakfastlcss every time. Then  though it seems 'ard to believe, the  beggar crows some ...more! ..After  breakfast 'e'goes oft to mash some  of the stuck-up hens, but then another  rooster comes along and chews what's  left ot his moth-eaten comb, and generally makes a gory mess of.'im. Then  'o crows again. , ,  '   Well, what about It?  What about it? I'm hanged if I  can see what the josser's got to crow  about!     Can you?  Young Lady���������Well, Mrs. Smith,  wonlt you have another ploce of cake?  Old Lady (eyeing the ham snnd*  wiclO���������Well, mum, if It's all the  same to you I'd rather 'ave a taste b'  sumhiat as has drawee! breath.  ALBERT COLLEGE  BELLEVILLE    :    :    -    ONTARIO  Over 300 students enrolled annually -  one-Half or whom are young la_l>K-  HlffhoBt facilities In All departmsntB.  Wiil reopen- Monday, September 9th,  1912. For Illustrated Calendar add re ,s  li PRINCIPAL DYER, D. D.      25 * *r AU OEALBRS  IMTtBHATIOHAl  -TOCW POOP CO. tIMITtP. TOBOWTO  The Population of the Ocean  A striking proof of the vastness nnd  variety of tho population of tho son  Ih furnished by a commlttoo of the  ���������zoological department of tho Urltlsh  AB.iofiintlon In thnt. pnrt of the Irish  Sea Mirronmlln-? the lain of Man.  Out of tl.e 1,000 species ninrlno mil-  mnln collected I-I never boforo hnd  been found In that region, 118 were  previously unknown nB Inhabitants of  tho IlrltlHli waters, and 17 wero entirely new to solouee, Indeed, they woro  nnlmn!s whoso existence had never  boon Ktuipoctod. New York Herald.  ������������_������������������_������������������ _i_ii_  -.- m  mhmttmm  Mlnard'a Liniment Cures Diphtheria,  Something Like That \  Teacher-~Tho right to have moro  than one  wife  Is  called  polygr,my,  What Is It when only ouo wife Is  F.llowod a mar.' '  Willy���������Monotony, ma'am.��������� Llppln-  i-U's, ,    '    ,.,  -.Forgotten Which?  jjiey were mother   aml_ daughter  traveling   oh" Uie " briTiy "ocean"."      1L"  was a cheap trip from Folkestone to  Boulogne,  and' the    sea    was    very  rough.  Suddenly  the  daughter exclaimed:  Oh, mamma, it's coining on a*.',ain  worse than ever!   ���������  But why, May, asked her mother,  did,you not follow out the directions  about which your father told you before you came on board?  Because, answered the daughter, in  a faint voice, I've forgotten whether  I ought to breathe in,as the vessel  rises, and let the broath go out ns  It moves downward, or whether it  ought to be the other way. And  oh���������oh���������oh���������, I wish I were dead.  Paddy was driving homo from the  market with his ass land; cart when  ho was accosted by a police-sergeant,  wiio charged him with overloading  the donkey.  Whnt weight, ho asked, Is an ass  able to pull?  Faith thon, answered Pat, yourself  ought to know best. How much can  you pull?       ���������      " ���������   -  a Rlckly  Difficult Occupation  That everything should bo in Its  own plnce Is n matter not only of  convenience, but of neeesBlty for  somo people, nnd nomo animals. Certain orders of intellect run smoothly  in   nnimntoninil   rtjnnvnn    lint   bnvfi   nn  ���������iblllly to meet any unusual occasion.  Such wnH tho limited mental range of  an empioyo of a traveling menagerie,  Tho showman was repenting his  lesnoii Jlkc a schoolboy. Ho wns enlarging "oii the peculiarities of tlio ostrich of Africa, upon the unennnv  form of which the visitors w������*ft_ ������"iljv  posed to bo gnstlng.  jiul. my filend, wmiuni.- nuiii, in uu  undertone, to that functionary, that  Is not the ostrich of Africa; thnt la  the pelican of AiiBtralln.  They're always plnylnn Joke.- on me,  evcliilmed the showman plaintively.  How can a cove tell which U which  Rlno Off  Two tolophono girls In different,  country exchanges were having a  ehnt over the wlreH on tho subject of  dross. They worn hold going on  tho river on the following Sunday  afternoon, nnd Iho (Uhc.iihhIoii on  what thoy should wear waxed Interesting,  For four minutes, five minutes, ten  mlnuton, thn topic held their niton-  tion. and wuh h(KI unexlinusteil, when  a*.i impertinent, Impatient, Imperative  piiBetilliio volco broke up the con-  * orBiitlonnl meeting.  Aro you there? tho voice yelled.  Are���������you���������tlioro? Hullo! Ah, at  Uibli   Uao la  thai biiy.ihiini.   vViiu ���������  \V!wt line tvynvi think von're on?  demanded ono of tho girls, Indignant  and annoyed.  Koully, camo the wbiuy reply, I  don't know; but from the diHciisHlon  Hint's golnir on 1 should think I'm on  iliu imnn.a UIU-.  Wlilit enirylngn ladder Ihrniigh the  crowded streets or London, the other  day, a big Irlshmnn was nn unfortunate as to break a plate-glims window  in a Bhop. ImmciIMely dropping  Ma la-iiier; V .irono' ]'...* T. ftr.. hit  ha hnd bo ti seen by the Rhopkeoper  who ilnnhed niu-r. him ami caught  him by lh*) collar.  Se'e hen*! nngilly exclaimed the  Khop-Iu'epe" wlitjn he had regained  his UrK'tth, You havo broken my  window*.  Htite l have, nsiicnteil Pat; and  U Uu*y finnt. on a-oliuiiKliirt ol U������.. <-an<* | diil.*'i jnnw nn< running homo to  ���������j.heu lit* back |.i turne.1 got the moiie. lo pay for Ut  A highgrade chew for  those who want something better than usual.  ^Empire* Navy Plug" is  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  /.i'  You  arc sure  to like  1*. ^"Empire Navy Ping".  .4  >,  ,*. -,e ���������  i .fa  ALL LIVE DRALRRS H.AVL IT-  ASIC YOURS.  J  ii������i������_Win  mamt  m-  k&_W-MMH rs___sc____-^x^^t!^nsrrrsr>rv*'  K/  ir  mii   Wl_m   C^Mt__ftifcA-4i>,   BMTSSft   eOLtrMt#������,  ^rr-*--^,,ay^-  ���������r'^i?"z}\iii^-^.  *_g|yj.^i.w*^*>-.;?'y5.|','rfl^T'  P'im P-r^^svii.-.r.rl Tfpmu  !_,'.,  i. .'.iiiyrjllitjill  tiUft0  ���������-.���������"si Kwry Tuesday by" the  *;-_:... <_. ��������� Gumbefland  'jb-jsKuisict   Cocf-pany.  isis.uap'..;' will .not hold* itself.  ���������uisil-'iH i'or tlio .opinions of oth-  :is ii'ifiv fijipear in its .columns  ,v>!*v:e. (���������-,- Mine.  '���������$\\F:U_.ES'DAY, Q-T '   2   1912  S.'iy.vnrcl Land District,  District, of Coipox.,. ���������  ���������'"-���������T..K'!_ NO PICE thm Mary Timlin of  -Li'sk!, H. C. o.cupation .married -'.woman-  ���������' in*ii.-U C- ;:pp!y for permission to pnt>  ,i-iU'-������ thf; f.illowiii;' clci-criiied lands::���������  ,0 ���������-.ni'..'*if;i-;; ;it ;i po.-.! planted at the  ,viu '.--'-c-i-foi-iji-.i of T. I... No, 44338.  tthenc *ii..i!v- 'in ci)'.vii���������,--,ihence,west 40*  .rhi-ii:--, iUc'.;rt** ���������w.tli S'i dni'is more or  |k*s-* '.-> .Imii: line, tlic.icc iilorig^e. shore  jlin-" :,'- ci;.*.-ii.s riiuir. oi less to plac- of  200 acres more or  uui'iir  ,7a1 o  <.;kokc;'k-v__rdier  Agent for Mary Tkulir.  u\v.v,'A i ^ili, .u;(*2.'  " . .'-.inywant Land District,"  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE,that Charles Thuliii,.  ���������-.i Lurid, T'.C, occupation  merchant, in  .tfMith-: v,: 'iipply for   permiisipn to pur:  jL-1'..se iin: liu: following Cescribed land:���������  fCc-i 1 :-��������� r 1^t: 1 n;,*��������� nt a post planted in Browns ,|  i'-icy .it :hz north-e.-ist Corner of T. X.  /j'iisy',   ti'dice - -west 80   chains, tlience  ���������iO'.i.i ���������m.'.o'' 1 in.>.  ihaiice fi^stj ������o chains,  ,U. -:\y -iioit: Hi:-..,. tlu'nce:.S!7.uth-._o chains  /h'tr.: or >jr,_! nioiig shurs li,oe   to place of  rjf.'.--;ini-iing,i,Gorit.uiiin}j 16- acres more or  GEORGE VERD1ER  ������������������Agent for.Chrirles Thuli.n  :\ugiist i.,4ih, r9/3  ���������il-,;  '..:'.;.-v;ird Land District. .  Di.ori.t _f Com(ovc.  " fAKE NOTICE that :Qeorg.e Vcrdi-  c-r, ni Lund. B.C., occupation  in tori lis to .������������������pj.iiy foii!''permission   to  pur-  ;*r'iv: tiie fo!!'.)-ving  described   laBcls:���������-c  . ..r.v.iiencii'.; at a   post planted  at.'��������� the  -1, aii west corner ol Lot 57,thepce north  , ^,1 ch (ins to the shore -line, .thence follow  ,ni_r the sliV-line around the point to the  ''    . -; ���������'-.    ���������' i     '  .plilce ol beginning.  GEORGE VERDIER  pr.ic Augn3t 14th, 19'!?.  Applicant  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT  District of Sayward, Range 1,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Elir.zeia  Han liar, by my agent, George Ver  dier, of Campbell River, V. I. occu  pation married womnn, intends tp  opply for permission  to  purchase  the fol1 owi.ng described lands}*?-*-  Commencing ut a poat planted  near the N. B.  somer of lot 851  thonco south 10 chains (ler>) thence  east 10 chains (ten) more .or ie������8 to  tIio point   of commernc.mont con  la-iu.ing 30 u.cres Clientjv)  more or  lc.8.  IvUNZEIAHAltfNAtf  ���������Name of Applicant  Date March 26th, 101?,  Sayward |^nn<l District  District of Cost  Tako .notice tlmt Isabel McKcn  ny, of Vancouver, Ii-. C. occupation spinster,-intends to apply for  permission "to purchase tho follow  ingdoscribed la'ndp;������������������  Commencing at n poet planted  one mile ea������t of tho Bouth-wi'Pt  cornor of lot 550, thenco wi'st 80  chains, tbanco south 40 chain?,  thence' .east 80 chain**, tlionco  north 40 chains t,o point of commencement, containing 320 acres,  inoro'or less, -..;     "���������  Isabel McKotmy,  Namo ol.. Ap-jiJicant in full  ��������� Robert Henry Oliestfint,.Agent  Date March 12th, 1912.  Snywurd Land District  District of Savwartl  TAKE NOTICE ihat Kyrle C/  Hymons of Victoria, occupation  Roiitlfman, ���������'n',ends to apply for  permission tc p'>: ihH.e the following describi-tl land- * -. ���������  Conmoncing nt a post planted at  the N. \V cornor of lot 316, !hence  south 20 chains, thence west 80  chains, thence north 50 chaina.'. to  shore line, thenco oaet following  share line 80 chaina to point of  commencement, containing 280 ac-  ���������res more or lesp,.,..*  KYRLE. CSYMONB  Nn me of Applicant in full  Date March 26������ht 1912.  Sayward Land District,  District .ot Sayward.  TAKK   NOTICE that  Murray  Gorlay, of   Victoria,   occupation,  hi i-ker, intend, to apply for permission to purohape the following]  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the N. IS. corner of Lot 376;  thence west 20 chains, thonco  north 20 chains to shore lino,  thence following shore line easterly and ������ontherly to point of commencement, containing 60 ,acri*8  more or less.  MURRAY GORLAY  Namo of applicant in full.  Date March 27th, 1912.  Snyward Land Distriot  ���������District of   Comox.  TAKE notice tbolEiinyrie Han-  nan, '   married     wpman     Camp  bell   River,   B. C,    intends    to  npply for permission  to purchaFe  ;*Hhe   following  described   land :���������  Commenciug at ft post planted at  ^the eouth east corner   pf   Lot  No.  351, then,ce Fouth 15 chains   to the  north vr.est corner of Lot 37.6,. then  ce east 20 chains'to the shore line,  thence along the shore line   to   the  place of commoncement, containing 160 acres more or less.  ELINYRIE H ANN AN  George Verdier, Agent.  Dated July 22nd, 1912.  FORM OF NOTICE  New West minster Laud District  District of New Westminster UC  TAKE NOTICK that I, Henry  Pieicy, of Sandwick, B. C. occupation Farmer, intends to apply  For permission to purchase the  following.described lauds:���������Coin  [ni.uc.ing at a post planted at the  Sonth-Htist corner, about one  and a half miles from Lloyd  Point, in Homfray channel,  theuce-,-20 chains north,  thence  <;���������        ��������� ���������    ��������� .   ���������   ���������"  20 chains west, thence 20 chains  " n ' . fl  south, theuce 20 chains  east,  to  point of coinmeu'ccinieul, contain-  [iug 4.0 acres, lpore or less.-  HENRY PIERCY  Applicant.  Date July 17th, 19112. sepii  F.onn Of JS'otice.-  Notice is hereby giveu that 30  days aftor date I intend to apply  to the Honourable Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for  coal and petroleum under tho  foreshore and under the water on  tho lands in and opposite the 'fol-  lowingdescribed lands situated in  Rupert District:-Comuiencing at  at n post planted on the, sea beach  Ht, "high water mark at the   inter  Sayward Land District.  Db'.rici of Comox,  ���������TAKI*: NOTICE   that   Fred Thuli.n,  of Lund, .B.C., occupation   merchant, m-  *��������� ends.to apply .for   permissiovi   to  pur-  fh,-,c   iho  following' Glescril^cd   kiud:-���������  ,i..o:iiini,uiciivg .'i'i a   post. planted ,-u lhe  so ..li-fit'ist corner of Timber   Lease No.  ' j.S6 <, tlii������;icc  west   80   chains,   thence  south-io canins, thence e.ist 80 chains to  .the shoru line, ihence   following shore  line nnrib Ro,chams,| more or less to lhe  jpl.icc 0!' h0f,riiiaino[ containing '��������� 6j'-> acres  ran re or lgss.  GEORGE 'VEkDIER  AVgent.fior Fred Tbulin  Pale August 14th, 1912  "LiQtiOK license :;agt.v  (Section 48)  ,    NO'l'JGE is hereby i^iven, that ou the  3������th day ol' Octr.ber  next,   application  ,will 1.1-; iri.clu to  tli.3   yu|jQrinl������iident   of  i.'i-iii'i-iciil Polics for the tran-itcr "of the  Jicexi..u for thrj>alo  of  liquor hy ^retail  jn and ii|i;sii the premiijos known -m\  the.  Willows Hon*:l, situate1 at,Campbell Riv-  tci, Unli'ili Columbia, from Charles Thu-  )in and Emerson   Ilnnnjn  tQ   Gh'arlcs  "'1 liiilin, of Campbell Riv������r, Bripsh C^l-  m'.ibi.i,  Dated this 14th day of .Sept., 1912  THUUN & HANNAN  Mulders nf Liceiihi:  .:ilARIiJ_S IHULIN  Applicnu for Transfer  COUNTY COURT OF NANAIMO,  HOLDEN AT CUMBERLAND,  In'the gooda of Jomoa" Murjiliy',  deceased int.ep.tate.  TAKE NOTICK that by order of  His Honor Judge Barker made in  the above court on the 4th day of  Septerr-ber 1912, j,he underpinned  wa? 0 /oihted administrator of the  estv of ��������� JanieB Murphy, dree x J, who died at -Itoclc Buy on  .1   /7th 1912, intestate  11 accounts against the   esta'e  and all accouute due   the  o-:-talo  nouBt be preuented  and   paM,   re  ipeolivcly on or   before  the   15th  day of October 1912  W W. Willard,  ,0/ficisl Adminirttrator,  Cumberland, 3. C.  section   of   Sections   14 and lo.  Township %   Port  McNeil,   Ru-  ���������pert District; thenco  north lifty-  ;five,    55   chains   moro.or, less to  high water   mark   on the   north  side   of   Port' McNeil ^Harbor;  thence, following the sea bench at  high water mark around tho head  <*f harbor to place of  comi-nonce-  ine'nt.       Francis M Tordikkh  Dated Lh is 8th day oi April 1012  Sayward Land District  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that Percy A.K.  Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to apply for j-ermispion  to purchnso the following described  landi-:���������  Commencing at a pnst plan'ed,,  at the S. W. Corner of Lot 165,  thonco north 80 chain?, thence went  20 chains to Bhore, thence southerly following shore line to :; point  making 80 chains southerly, thenco  easterly following shore line to  point of commoncement, .ontatr.-  ing 160 acres, more or less.  PERCY A.E.WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Date March 23rd, 1912  NOTIOK iu hcroby given' that on tho firat  day of Dt-comber uext application will be  marlo to the Snperintsndei.t of 1'roviucial  Police, Victoria, fer the reiiowal of tha hotel liconao to soil liquors by retail ia tne  hotel knowu aa the Liruo hotci, situated at  Comox, B.C. Gkokgb M. I3aiu,o\v  Dited October, 2, 11)12.  NOTICE is hereby given th.it-on the  first day of November 1912, application  will jbe made to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, for a renewal of the  wholesale liquor license upon the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection !, Nelson District.  Pilsener 1$ri_wing &ompai*.y.  Dated October 2nd, 1912  Little cubes of metel  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  There is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS,  "Nuff Said."  .Sayward I-a ml   District  Disiiicl of Sayward  TAKK  notice    thai William  jjamei (/i'lison, of Vancouver, oc-  'ptl|yiUon, iMJnter, intoui. to   up-  ply ._f ]i'.'i-mis,������;)'jn   tu   purchase  ih' follow ins; described  UwkIh;���������  1 ��������� m  f.'nriMV.'neiuf, .it -t j������-)si jdnptcd 20  f hain.'1 .-as1 uf the noith cast cor-  }n���������! o!"J'iinlicr hicenso 3232, tlicn-  pa cM.,f:t 20 ',,hiiius, thepec south  ixi chuiu.-i.Uit.'ncv, worit 20 chains,  ' ��������� i-i    '���������-���������   '**  ,'f,   c\y\\\\", tn'tT'i'it  cr  .':;���������!,  (.-..lUUllilJllg  ind is  be-  '.tLiK . ::- .'.i  jj"    .--.)������.. -i.  ,|o 11 ������������������':������������������'��������� u|oi  iw i'ii W'h't.f and S-ilmqn rivers  Wii.i.r.1.r.i ]\:.v>D (.in.SONf  i'.   !\l,u:r,'_C wSU'tCl*, Aycul  pyte Aii("'ur! :,:(!)t1( j I) (2.  COUNTY COURT OPNANAIMO  HOJiDEN   AT  CUMBERLAND.  In the goods of Albinn  J una up  nyitch deconeed intostato.  TAKE NOTICE that hy ordor  01 His Honor Judgo Harkwr mule  in tho abovo court on tho 4th dny  of St'plembor 1912, tbo undorsign  wtia nppointud administrator of ih������  oitate of Albins Jiinisapovitch, do*  c������:ivi'cl,who was killod at No.7 mine  ou Mny llth, H)12, intostato.  All aocountn iinniiiHt tho oBtalo  and all accountu duo tho obtiite  rmiHtbo prasontod and paid rouppc*  lively on or before tho loth day of  Octobor 191JJ.  W. W. WiUAun,  Odloi'tl .Aihninisfator  Cumbprland, [J, C.  .- ���������vmrmmm**) _hmw___<<������������������>*_  ?\)int-  At'idci  OHll!  n  ll'.illl'l   I'i'M'  iliiV-  ico  $t.0U  ���������14;  iMiiii-  ���������u w.ini Lir.m  Tiy I'Jie lli^ ;tU.ic, .  jo.v   tirtirti'ifs; im.v n<)'nl-i nr  pyi;ry   hill,  deliv.ry   and   i;iii.f.t> ti  iiVlll,  if  ij.,r;t it������:i"'  Say ward Lnnd District.  Diatriot of Sayward.  TAKE notioo thut Kialmlnu l?i������h-  .;-, f-f V.'isi'^mvcr, P. (.'., ofcup-.itio'.-*  olcfk, hi oiuU U> 'it-'i'.y '������*' pi'nni,-!'  don to purolmpe tlio following do-  Dorihcd landu:���������OuinmiMioinij; at 11  pont pLiiMcd at, thn  north o.mt cor-  ���������  ...     1      ,1 ���������>,.,-,       1     ��������� r - .1 -,  IllJl       Ul      I.     It,   llmitm,       IjUlllf.',       ttfll.       I/Hi  thniujo oast 20 ohainp, thnrico  ���������10 ohainu, thonoo woat to  poi  iniorpoclion wiih White Hive  oh alonp tho oouri������ii of ������* id r  point of couiiuoiioimtonij  iui  luiiiiiilj Mt) nor. h iimrti or Io.  HiMi.uo on WItito Hivur.  NiifiiiLA^ Km  ri. Maniici* (l.irii r  D.'o  Aupet  '_l.i, J Olid  FOR -SALE���������Tho South East  cornor of. Maryport Avenue and  Second St., with buildings. Price  $1125.00, Apply at this office or  1\ O. Box 6_-_ \ranconvor,  liiSQUIMALT AND NANAIMO  RAILWAY.  PVW.IO NOTICE io hereby  given that tho Es-quimiilt and  Nanaimo Rnohvay Company did  on tho ninotaenth dny of January,'  19.12, di-riosit in >ho Laud Rouiftry  Ollico in thn Oity el Viotorin, in  tho Province of Hrilinh Colun.bia.  plnn, profile nnd book of roicronce  nhowinr: the locntion of its pro  poHPil lino of railway from 13111 cli  Creek t** Cam]d>oll River, Van  couver I.-lnnd, i-oing Milo 49 to  Mile 72..-J, a������ approved by llio  Board of Railway Commianionors  for Ciini'dn,  DATED    thin   Iwenty-second  dny of January, 1912.  \V. P. SAi.Kntiuv,  Heoretary.  ~^NOT10li is~lT-Jreby"giveu"hWon~tHe  fir-t day of Decombcr nex' npplieatio^Jvrili  be-made to the Supo-intomlnnt of Proviu-  ciiil Pulice, Viot*->ii-i, for a r������'iievrnl of tho  hi toi liconao t ��������� si 1 liqurs by n:tail in  tho hotel known ai the Union hotel, situate at Union, B,.(..-��������� John N. McLkod  Dattd the 2nd dny of October, 1912  lS_*K__H________l__P_MO������M_MB___������_m____-^^  NOTICE is hereby 'i������ivua thut on the  ttra flay (f pi-c������ii.lwp next np;.lic>tion will  bo made ta to the Supi rt'lteiulont of Pro-  vincial Police, Victoria, for a renewal of  *lhe hotol license to "oil liquors by'retail  tho h*-tel known as thn Ouiirteuay Housn,  .ituatoi lit O urtei ay, B.C.  John It. Johnston.  Dated October 2, 1012.  NOTK'3*. iHh<irel>y giv n tht on tlio  first duy ol D oumbur next i>t>phoatlov. w  bo made t������ f]\- Stip.rintoudout of Pruvinoinl  Policr, Viotori-, lor tho ronownl of tho ho  tel liconxo to ubI) hq'ioru by retail  in   tho  hot-el known aa tho Rivurnido howl, nitwit,  at Cuhrlotiay, B,C. O. II, Fkohnkb.  D-.tod October 2, 1912.  NOTIOK is horbby givon that ou tho  first cl wy of Dooontlwr noxt u-pplioati m will  bo mado to tho Buporu-tontlont of Pro-  vinoiul Pol'Od, Vio-nrin, f������r a rm-owal of  tho hot* 1 lioonoo topo|t liqiorii by retail  in tlm hotol known iih tho 1.1k t otol, uiiu-  ated at Com x, 11.0.     John Martin,  patadOotob-r2, 1912,  ���������w������Mwi-awM������������-i������<-ww������wwwMiiMii 11 mvmammmmmamaamm*mm^maa*mmm*m-mm*a������  NOTICK is hereby given tnat on tho  llrst day ot'Dacmnhormxt npplioati'm will  bo mndo to Iho H,i|ioriiitur.(loiit of Provin-  oinl Police, Vio'orin, for tho ronownlot tlio  lioti 1 liciuo to i>ntl liqnoru by roUil in tho  hotol known an tli������ NoImou ho'ol, ������itua*od  at Union Buy, B.C.- John FiuHrn.  Diitod Outnlior 2nd, 1012.  Mrs. SiinniR will *f������ivo Iobbohr  on tlio piar.o at hor Iioiibh in dor-  iiHitlptvt, fiirmorly ownod by Mr,  Jinnes Stewart, on and nftor  Mnroh *lth���������until thon in CatnpaB  IllAtltll.  fQO?.m"..'Jlmm^  j$is*t*;mf-nti\im***M^^  C, H TARBELL  IMM< 'llfT' 'WMOfff WtMWmWUNtiMlWUVIM  fffr_t_M_____._TiTitii.. rTr..������>irifflt., nfim^M^viiTfiiir-riin  Ami all KITCHEN  Sportsmcns  General  Nj-V^WM*^*^**1^  nml  NOTIOK \n horoby kIvuii Ih t nn tin*  ttrflt day of l)nciinih'-*rn(xt applbiitioi will  ho mado to llio Huiiprinlonilontof rrovin-  olnl PulUo Viotorin, for it ronowal of th  hotel lioouio to mill llqnorn hy retail in  tho hotol known an tho \VillowB Hotol oi������-  uatol atOnnph-'li U'vor, B, 0.  THUUN&LIANNBN.  IHlcd Octobor" 3,1012.  V^/i'jCl,  iu    h< tut)  b'"-" tlitt   (At      l,i>  foal day ft P* P jij'^r rust'npjillenllon will  ho mado t������ llio SiiporlntoMdont of Priivin-  cUl Polioo f'-r tho ronowal of tho hotol 11-  ofiitio tu ni 11 llqu'Tfl hy rotull In tlio Intel  known an *h������ Woixllnifl Str-ppinR Placo  nituiitont Oyntor Hiver, m iho provmoti oi  Biitidh Columbia, Aknir Woodiiun,  D,lodOotnbar2,.limj.  NOTIOK 1������ If reby fiivon that on  flrrt dny of Di comber noxt applloatinn  honvdn tn tht* ynr������rint������nilont if I'm  cial J*������ llCf, VI till ���������, for tho ronowiil of  hotel liiio iai to h 11 liqivr** hy lotail in  hot-1 IomiW-i nt tbo Wilnon hn������cl, uMi  *it Uniiiti Hav l\0. At.i'nti'nHAi'Ka \lt\i\Hfi,  DatdOoi l).-i ������, I'iIU. jet jn3_ra��'ia3.'A_i_:
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5��yward Land District.
District of Coast.
TAKK NOTICE thai William Harry
Hurley of \Vancouver, U. C, occupation
Hrokcr, intends  to apply for permission
ito lease the following described lands:���
'Commencing ut a po��t pkmed at high
water mark about 40 chains cast of May-
ber Point, Read  Island, thence east 20
.cha'ns. thence 5011th 40   chains,  thence
west so.cbiuns, thence north  40   chains
ito point of commencement containing 80
acres more or less.
W'iixuM HAitity Hurley,
Name uf Applicant ���
Jeriy Gcnaxzie, Agent.
jPate.Mny 28th, 1912.
���Cumberland & Union Waterworks Co., Ltd. 1
Sprinkling will be allowed
���only two nights a week, viz.,
TUESDAY and I'M DAY, from
j to 9 o'clock in the evening.
L,eaky taps mast  be  attended
to at once.
Any changes or additions to
(existing piping must be sanction
&d by the company.
By Order,
L. W. Nunns, Secretary.
Cumberland, B. 0.. June 29th,
ttiit.        v
The Courtenay Hotel
Every convenience for guests.
The Genfaal Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the Best of Wines and Liquors
at the liar.
>��� _ ___. 1 1. \. i..
John Johnston,   Prop
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in the flEWS
FOR SALE���An "Empire"
Typewriter. In excellent condition. Will sell cheap, ns owner is leaving the city. Apply
tbis office.
NOTICE is hereby yiveu that 30 days
.ftcr date application will be made to
lhe Superintendent of Provincial Police,
Victoria, 15. C.,-for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in lhe
hotel known as the Port Aujjuita Hotel,
situated at Comox, B. C.
Amos Coitincton,
Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912
An Ad in the   News
pays.    Try it.
NOTICE is hereby given that
all property owners are requested ' to connect their premises
with the uew sewers, wherever
same are completed, on or before
the 15th day ol! March, 1912,
and"if said connections are not
made by the above date, the City
Council will proceed to complett
same at tl e expense of the property owners.
By order of
The City Council
City Clerk,
Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912
liOOMS for rent at Miiriiu-11
Room ing Hou*>, Denvont Avo-
1 ii ���  ii     ������      -1     '���^^���1 �������� mm
FOR SAi,l_-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 lour years. Apply to 1).
Roy, Roy's Beach.
Union Steamship,Co. of B. C. Ltd;
Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Coniox Friday 6 a. m.
Depart 7 a. m.
Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a m. (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.).
Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight
Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.
Arrive Comox, Sunday 8a.m. Depart 4 p.m.
Subject to change without notice.
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4k /&?&$��. ^WM>%   The purest and best BEER, and
& ^M^'^MW^ .   . ����ade in Cumberland.
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U.atii.i. of >Niy'.v<;>���.
T..KE NOTICE thatfCuanDintt.SuiM
Dunbar,  of   Naw   York,    Jh'cw    Yo��fc
oou'iatiou cUilt, intend to apply for r. or-
mi*.iiii to pnrehasa   tho   follow in �� dis-
eribcul laiidi-. Coinmotioiiigatapo.-t (Juut-
o.l at nortt,.;-.,..-; lorncr of Jot 5DO,   tl.ence
iionh S'l ch i >s, theueo   went SO  chaus,
then.0 couth SO   chuiui, tboiwo   tast  8G
t .-Ul'.il!.? \.u |), inl of c nniK-JiiC'-'JiJcnt co,itaiiir
Ui 010 aci'tH nvus orlttt-a.
I*"i��h.f M.QaAim. ^{.'Oiit.
Uate JuHOiSnl, 191'_
.Sayvrurl J-a.ncl IMstiiut.
J)i-,tuctof S*>j-ii.*ar-.t.
tt^'-TAKE NOT1V1. UnlJ,I,u Afhu;* Da'.^
|^'_   iuttvus to  aijiiy   fur |)o:-::iir.i.i�� 10   pur
*i$M '��� l'5'':,'�� th��   J"t'11"v'-i,;^  ��t'*f--,ri!io.l   JutitU:���
*S^\' n���_!ine'UU!)i< ut   n   po-t, plant-d   nt 1]
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H.suutii-oast   oo:>i��i- -of J_,___o  4'J
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IjiV^'lhaucei.o'.tL   t50 L-iii,iii*,   tlimc.   out  St'
���*��$!', '-���hii'M to joiil 0; -mi.Menu mint, coauia
p^*>, I -;Ujj (I>o ubi'C" i'i v.* n- leas.
l ,  Fi_l'��r H^Ui^kiiin, Aiccnt.
D.i\i'Juno :Nth, VMS.
Say tt aril _.���: mi Di.tnct.
1'iatri.l ot H.iyw.ird.
TAJIK  NOFiCi:   ill t   Walter   PodtU
>�����:,    of     New    York.    Jifi.v     Joik
1P&M  ncc**llll-on    Jjiborer,   i.^.-inl,   to    ripply
"      "   tor I'oriM.sioi! t.�� ..ur.lii.'. <��� tho   foj'owiup
ilcsurikit lauds:���C'-".iinu*.-iii g  at  a pu t
planned 120 oluiru  \v_.-t ai.d 10 c's..iu.
DorfJiof tho soutli-ej-i.   cd mi  ���l   L..__
V&y& I i'!. T.ln "to boaih SOcliviiis, tl.ui.ee eiat 40
..li.itina    t'nciioo .until   SO olifci.is,   t'mi.co
west i0 chaii:i} to point of ciuiiwiio 1110. t
contdiuiug 3-0 acre, iimio <>i- le y.
I'YsliorM. CI.i.km', A_eu>.
Diie J"utu2.t!i, 1012.
���Siyvai'l  Land Di.irx,.).
IJ1     "' of Si\ v.uul.
����� ��5i*
TAKE I^O*i.v_ Ihat Ulia.-le_- i\any of
\"i..fiimv��i-, IJ I'.- ci.!.:u(.:r.i-i.i cjutruaie.',
istendi to ap[:!y Ur sjeimbs. ou t-> pi<r
ohus'i ihe fo!low:ug de._ubi.-d laiidi:���
Coii-'iii'-'uciuj; at a. pout planted ac the
Juiitli oust coi_t_i of lot GTS, tboLo.' west
j:i ciiuins, thence south &U cluiiia, \\uuce.
fast -10 ct-aioH, UiiH-'i.j uor.h 80 .ciswus ,cm
.joint of cowmonoumeut coi_tii_iii^ S2ii
i.oros mure   or k-sa.
Ciuiu.*:.. l'_.\N*f
P.shoi*  M, U���kiuB. A��.eu'-
r)M,ed Juno 19di, lyl_!.
   r x ni -iiiwiii i'��i_ii___i_i_i__uw
Skyward I_^lid Di.trieS
Disti-t'l of'S.iyw-nrd
TAKE N(.TICK tlm'l Myrle Bontiette��
i.f Ya;i-iiuvei', ocuu^titicm   Nureo, iuteuds
iv. nj.'^ly for pcruiiboiou lo   [>iii;'.'!i._e   ih��
I.'lloving  dcourihcd   land.:���Uo__u.mociuj(
,_5V\ya i it-Tpost-pli-fitedmar.lT^Tor;,li'T��^eorIi7r
TV/fS j . I'lot IiS-l. tlu*u.L'ea>t   -10 chaias, theuce
tSyd \ tlu-noo uorth   _(J   .itiaius. "die.sco   V/est
y'f/iM \ 10 zh-dv.ifi,  Ueu.e   souih   40  cliains   to
T?Tw**^!��yi "l""'���'''''  co"'l1101ict,tu��:��t  coutniohig. ICG
~*^&:*m*W-r.i  D'H-'-s more or row.
Myr.Tr.i-; J.o>-ju"r;'_r
Fialier If. G.i.Uii)., Ageut,
To whom it may concern:���
Thia is to notify the public
that all freight charges on bonded goods cleared at Union Bay
for tlie Coniox Valley must be
paid before goods can be iorvvard
ed. By order
Canadian Colliftrics Dunsnuiir]
Tl.NDKRS i'or the milling of
UarniRton Kami, Sandwick, will
berocutved uji to Augunt -31st,
JOJJJi All partieulivrrt to b�� bud
J'l'oin I. R.Cliil'o, Sandiek, B.C.
Tlio highest or any tender nol
lieci'M-mrily uecoptod. ���
Lncinn R. ClilTo.
��� ���m i-i 111 _����� imii 11 . wn��wn����> umwaim ���w
Are you insured?
Is your life Insured?
Is your home Insured?
Are Insured against sickness and
Liability, Burglacy and Automobile Insurance.
for information write thu
Vancouver Island   insurance Co.,
-     '.       VICTORIA, K.C,
I  820 foil Street
Pianos and
l'reighr, Wood and Coal Hauled
PHONE '6-1
. Windenntre Ave.
_�� *t. mam-vana- *-���*
m��M ma am amawam *< m aa %*-*��#�� am^m* af,*^*
Soy wu1 il Liuil District.
Plstnot ofSAywurd.
TAKENOTJXMi tint Churl's llonry
ll'!*'-,   if  Now Vorlc,   N. Y,,   iccuijation
payvvnid L'md District
District of Saywnnl
TAKR NOTIOrc that Wtlii.vin John
Whitiiiip of Ne.v Yortc, N. Y,. occapitimi
Hue; In err, iiit.nrtM tu np_)y (or periniiM-'*!
to puroliaio iho lollov/tiif,' (k'Horiboil laudm
��� OouMici.cn g Rt a i-Obt "Innted 00 -liinN-h
iiowtli and 3** .lui'ii ��:i!it i\oii tho 10,tli
eaut coruor o{ li.t,'i7'J(on jso.t 571) tlience
nortli HO ohii'iu, thiii'io woat ISO tiluins,
llioncchonil) 20 fha'na, tlionoo o:i_t "0
(���h-.i.H to jioiut i.f c.i mnioi.ooim-i't 0 ,>u-
taiuiug 00 hcj^os mnro or lo-if.
\V 11.1,1AM JoJIN WlllTIN" i
Finlii'i'  H, GiiBkin-1, A[v nt
DutulJutio a3rd, lUtii,
n*w,..|M,l��,W4ii����MniW  ��> -11..-IV.1
.Say wiirtl Lu* A Distriot.
Dii t dot of Say ������ (uvl.
TAKE NOTICK tlut Ihnry Alfad
Ilo fl, of JTow York, Now yorlt, omnnit'-
on (.'loatricinn, iutoucJeto aiipl) furprTniin
sion to purmtmion to purolm-p. I'm >dIUj.' ���
ir>_ diHoriboil lunili". -t!ommoii��.'io'.*  it i<
Dated Juno 19th. 1012.
Sin-uid   Jjfimi JDisitnot
U.S'rirl ( f ,s yv, HI'iJ
TAKE N-;ri(.;B lli.t Jnsi-jih H��*niy
1.5��>r .if \(',v Yorl,-, oc, up iti n {_i1��*bu<iu-,
inttudi. 10 apply for p^iniim-inu to pur.
(,'ltuto ilio unloving d-Uonbe-i luudsi���-
('iniiini.'m-.iiiH al ,*i post ni.Miti'd DO cliu n*
i*.0'l mid leu cii_i*io north of llio m-utli
.'ii.-i, cnini-r of li-ti.n .(>, lli.uo.) norlli S'J
^Iiiiui:-, Liiunoounat, 20 uiiiiins, tliono siiiitu
_0 .jiiiiiijti, thi'iiL'i.! woni.2(lciiuiUH to piniit
o: c'DiHHifiicfjiuout Ci.nt,iiiuug 40 110,i',i
mPie or It-K.s.
ionKpy HkukY IUi;ij
Viulior M. OiiujiioB, Afjoiv,
Wixtod JuncTitli, l'Jl..
���.���i.|.flm.��,i..t-..a(t.Mq,iilyr.��nnrail*;slon  IJOl,t piAutc*. 11. U10 Houth oiut cor.*.r i.l
t*. i>urc!i*wo thn fo!l..w>i,g difiQril-od lamlc   tlu, JU>Ill) Wtfrt 1]l!HrUl. ���f M f,a3f   ,;,,.,������
FOIl SALIv-Iidison 'Home'
IHionograph and 4 dozen 4
minute records; will sell cheap.
Apply- Cumberland News Ofllce.
Change of advertisements will
not be received at tluK olllee later
than 12 o'clock noon   on   Ttie.s
dnys. *
to iniblie school. Sftlury 375.00
per month. Apply toAloxBom
lorvillo, Secretary, Minto, B. C.
EOR8AL1C Mnrlnclli'B room
hit* lmnse on Dorwent Avenue.
Good paying buRinim., and excel*
)��>nt location. V*>r particnlarn
apply lo V. Mariiii'lli, Durw.Mil
/Vv����ne# City.
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Anypoi'Btm or pernont5, cutting
renioviti^ or Inking nny hloci-^
timber or wood, uf nny deseripliydn
jolonging tu tlm Wellitt^ton Colliery Co'y,, or from or off tlio land
of the Bind Oonijtnny, or anyone
tipping rubbish of.any description
anywhere upon the co'tnpaiiy'n
laud will he prosecuted to tlm full
extent of tbo law,
W. !.. CflllbiSGN,
General Mtuinp;or,
Wellington Colliery Co,y.
Ilidinp; on looomotivcH and   rail
way can of  tho   Union  flolliery
Company hy any  porpon   or  \n-r-
txim���except taitietow���i��� Hlrictly
prohi'-itt'd."   Kiiiplnyu'.'H   're   suh-
'ec to-rltamifiHuI for allowing  nam-
My ord��!r
W.  It.  GOUI-SDN,
tJtiucnil Man;i;.'er.
ClO'iimonginy ut 11 pi.-ut |)limtcil ut iho
noi'i/h-oimt ooriitir of lot 5.VJ, thonco north
-20 -hu'mi, thenoe wont 20 obuiiiri, tlionoii
miiith !?() oim un, tliuiioo oust !i0 clinimi to
pOiiit of cO!niii��iico:i',i'i<t <miht iiiii* j|_ '50
lU'MM lll'i/'ll or luus
'Kiahor M. (hukinn, A(j*,iil,
U to Jtnv 20 li, 1012,
^nywin'il LiuulDiitrict,
Diatriot n( Siiywnrd.
���L'AKIC NOri('l!'vUiiitt-!oar��o Stuck*, of
N'iiw* York, K. V., ui,cii|ulii)ii   cii'dnuir,
iii'ojitl.i to i.iij*ly fir lonnim-iui to \m->
i'\\,iiui   tlio   fii'luwiiig   (lonuiib.'d liui'Ui;--
t'limniii uio|; ut011 punt ptlliiUd SO clniiw
��� ..nth uf tli" ni<'i'ili*'..-ii,t .tii'i!("r i/f lot fifll,
il.cnoo oust I'D I'liiini", ihcnci) nut lb 40
c.liuliiK, tlitiino wo.t i!0  chaiu��,  thoimo
roiltli -10 chiiii.n  to jio'iil nf oii'niiiincti-
luurit uimUiujiij to i,rrun nc i'�� or ]��*��..
iil'!i��HU'K STUrKM
t-'mhur Nl. (iuskinii, AMMit.
, Diito JillHi lU.li, It't'i.
H',j'v,':.r.ll.-.nai);.t lot,
DiHtiio.t uf S-iywftul.
TAKK NOTIi. I. -hit tJuurun tTlimliu
Stori'% i-f Mi.'*.' \\itfx, l"i, i., o(.*i.iiji,.ti!'ii
olork. IiiIuikIh to ijiply fur vci'ini��uioj tu
purohu-o tho fol.c>-.vii|*:di._oiil)M! lamia:--
C'oniiiin'.t'ii'i! nti' p nil iliiiit.d 40 uh inn
woht 'ii.il %i) oli'i:iu i>��nh if dm nnitli onht
oomcr of lot SSiA. Ilcium oiiii'- l') ilillnn,
Uitnui., hcuHi ViIi-Iu'ih Mu'iico v. en I 40
<1im' 11, tlicni-i- n 1 i'i 'i'f ii'. 1111" I o'u.I 0'
t*oiiiiiH!.i'��*niuiit. ..i)j':o!iii_,' tiOantM inure
or le 1, !
Vinirr M. tl n.,iu>, A>{*''ui.
Dftl�� Jum* J'.'.l., V)I:;.
.Ooh.iihiscm.1, iluucu .40 uliuinu ruilli,
t.hcmoo 40 e'luiiio ��-o��l, tinmen '10   cIuiiiik
HOUtll to prillt i>f   (*!iUll'l-.(Ml'OIU!.'lit C'ulltuill-
iii(j 1 UO iv,r<i_ 111010 or 1 rh
lliv.-iiiv ..--fiijn-i.  Ih:..'
Fiiilior M. GiHln'tr*, A-jont
DAtrJJuuo'i'tlS 1912.
Snywiinl Lv A Dihtiict.
Dititi'Io* .of iSiivwiiul,
'liAKK NOTICK   tlmi   Willhin   J .h-i
Sullivan,  Now Ynrk, N, V.,   i)oi-n])'itii)a
olork, iu'k'iiilH tonpi��ly for imrii'.-i-.t-U'ii t
tmruhhiiii tlm frtiio.*hi|�� tho fi,ill'.>,"iii^ !.�����������
erlbid JiiikIh*. -''ouuiifii.oiiK ��'. "��� IJ,!"^
|iluitnil 10 ohuiii'i iwiilh from Iho 11011th-
outt rornvr *!' lot fi7i> (vu pont fti 1) tbunco
north 80 elniiim, Uiwuo cunt 8* uluilti",
thoiico iiuiitli l?0 oliiiinii, tbonw vt.t HO
(,'liiilim, to pnint of cuinuiKiiiciu-ul oon-
UiuLu|{ 040 utiiCiJ laorg ur \m.
Fi-linr M. (.hirudin*, Afi.;mt.
UiUiJimoai'it, imii, N
k-li)   llil.'M   llM.  I   ."jl' ,. ' ,
Diwltiut of dn) Will d.
TAKK N0T1O9 thft'Wiili-.n A\t,invft
Blihtitiofl, *f Now YmiK. N. Y��� oco.Hii-
tion cleric, iiiUiii.ln lo i^ijI)' for |>,jiiui'n>ii
to j)UMJliii*o llio f.'iiov.li).; _it.-.i-rii'ti;i
Jllild:-CoiMIIMH'lli(f lit    H     |-iM'l   l'Ilintf.1
IlOoliaiiMi ����nit a inl 40 iI'u'ph IK��* ih of V,t
north* wont cnrimr of Jot W-l, U-'ika ��>i--t
B0 olw'nni moro nr lw*i, lo lot Ml, Uiwie.
40 di.tiiw foiii.lt nloiiu .ml hounlnry ��>f
lot 551, tliiiiuv"! rant 50 wbniim inorti or Itfri
to l'wiu' -fn, thonoo iimtb #0 flmiuB lo
(jiiint of i'(imiiii"i._iiiint coiiltt'nliii; 200
ininw moifl nr Ion.
wihhiA.M AUtiArKntbitfiiuri*
Fi-lier M .((*..>��� l,i.ir, A>..<miI.
Snywnrd l.niil District-
1) utrii'.t of i-jiivwrtrd
TAKK I1OIK.1i. thnt Jiimeii Bprnara
Ihism of Now Vui it, N. Y., oacup/iti.m
P-.'iU'Jirr, iiitei (I'i to i-pply for p.ri'iHtii'.m
I- ]i'.nvl u��.> ti..* 1 il owinji itirsi'.Tilji'il lntid ;
--Ouiii'i on in/ ut,. p'.usl ])'i>iii(.'ii ut tho
iv 1 ill i'.-i.��i i'i>nit.'r of ' jl o'!5, lli.'iico north
SO ti ..hi s, (tiuit'O vvi.-f t' till clji'.in.i, thcuiw
riinlh {>,) .;)i-i��� -.��, .1 ;'i.',' .u.', SO oliuiliii to
I' in'. ". i'i-i-'in n. o.ii'nt ci-i.liiiK'.WK WO
���������-���;;���.: uiiii'o i'i'   li-. h.
I''ii.'hw M, C/mklnu, A_i,i)r,
t::.to'i.hnii*-J4Ui, lilll!
S vywiird Jjamt DjutrioL
Dntii'v'l of Xftysi'iiul.
TAKK NOTI'-K  tint John  Looiinr.l
It)*ud of Xo.v, Yoili, Non* York, otiiupntif
n iiroln.T, iiitoinl-i In npply for p:nui H'oi)
iiv pilicli.��ii(! lh'i piu'cl);ii.'j tbo follow iug ��hv
iwriheil liiiuki���Ciiiumoueinijf at  a uoi{
l/l-i'iioil tt  tlm 1101 tli-ouA fionior of tin*
��� if* Ui X'h��\ (ojnrtjr if iot 6TJ, tlumwo Oiiat
."-���U i-.'l'.'iiin;, tin iiro north 40 1 iU .inn, tlii)iic��
vvi'Kl H'l clininu, Uu't.iv  noutli 40 I'luJuy to
piiint of  toiiiiiu'licnnt'i.t. 1 ooiituinihltt   tftW
U'J/i.'illlOU- O; l'l;'l. '
Kibimr >1. Clnvkiuf, Agmit.
D.,|niJmio'ilt'i. It'-.!,
vSnyward hand District
" ! >istrict: uf Wayward
TAKE n..!ia> limi John Ca^
rjidv, id' iNt.��w Y<.i'k, ]S V.,
ucfii'.j'Uion Firt'iiiaii, intends
in tipplv for pi'rmisi-ion to ptir-
ehi-c lhe fi.'!h>wi!Mr described
i-:���CoinnieiH'injj   at  a   po*-t
nlftiik'tl lit) chuin:i sunth   and  )30
' 1   ��� ,    ' ,1     .   . .1          t
V     v ..     .      ' .     .   -'��� '   \ ��  ' V    K\>, ��,V*    S.I.
lul /i.*l, ihcncf wrU  !10 chiiins to
. H'l! I'O'l'ifiry of   h't   ,r��ol.   thlllltM
:���!.Will   ;'"  I'll    ill>,     theill't'     t'H**l     30
whaij's, llK'iifo north ilOcliyiiia to
print of ('i.initiciia'iiiiMU CuntftlU
ill'.'   ���") in.-ifn illl'K' OV  U'lii*-.
Johw Casbiuv
I'itihcr  M. (lai-kini!, A^cnC
l):iH,l:.iit. liUth, JUlt
tm THF/TOWS. CUMBERLAND, J.. C  FOR THEJARMERS  rhe C. P. R. Agricultural College  Train,'-'and   the   Work   it  Accomplished  On Saturday .evening, Juno 29. the  Agricultural College Special, run by  the Canadian Pacific Railway, completed its very .successful tour of tho  province of Manitoba. Tho train  w;is on. tho road for 32 days, and In  that timo covered nil Manitoba tributary to the Canadian Pacific Railway.  87 different points wero visited, 1305  addresses given to 22,900 , people,  which included 9S51 men, 742G wo-  'iien and 5G23 of tho senior classes of  tbo schools. Tbe following is a  brief outline of the work dono on the  train:  When the train arrived at each  & stopping placo, the car containing tho  Kt-icU. which consisted of three pure  bred Itolstoiu cows, ono pure bred  Hereford fat steer, and four types of  tho best quality of work horses and  brood -mares, was placed at the unloading: platform. Tho first talk on  stock, In which particularly great Interest was taken by tbo farmers, was  given by Professor Peters and Mr.  .���������"Joi.e., bis assistant. The subjects  dealt with iu horses were tbo best  types to raise in order to .secure the  highest price. Particular emphasis was laid on raising largo heavy  horses for tho City market, it being  shown that, if a farmer went in for  raising* this clayj of stock, there  would be enough smaller horses come  even after making his best efforts, to  supply horses not too heavy, for "the  farm, and the others would bring top  prices in the City market. The  troubio which was experienced last  year iu disease in foals was gone into thoroughly by Professor Peters,  and the best means of stamping out  this disease was explained. Fortunately this year the death rate of  colts when very young, has fallen off,  but is still prevalent, and the farmers were eager to find out the best  methods, of handling the young colts.  Tbe next slock talk on the program Av,.s milch cows. The thoroughbred I.olsf,ein cows were recommended as a particularly good type  fo**- raising on Manitoba farms for  dairying purposes, and the Ayrshire  was also recommended. The general use of the Jersey was discouraged owing..to its inability to stand  the rough conditions "in, the winter  on a Manitoba farm on account of  her weak constitution. Two of the  Holstein cows  were shown as being  "examples of almost perfect "animals  for milk production, the third one as  ��������� ;' being as well bred as the other two  (all three being the result of a more  than   a'-century's   breeding  for  milk   production)  but what would be call-  ed a "weed" in a herd, that is, she  turned her food into beef instead of  milk, and would5 not produce in a  year" mere than* 2,000 lbs of milk,  while a cow after paying for her  keep,---and, -work in connection witli  taking care of the milk, must at  least produce 0,000 lbs per year. The  point made in this connection was  that the selection of breed alone was  not enough but also each individual  cow haj to bo. selected. The good  milking Tlolstein in .order to furnish  a good profit, should at least give  ei_hl; or nine thousand pounds. One  i?.o\\, a pri_o cow at Dominion City  last year, produced .18,000 lbs of  ��������� milk, netting to the owner a clear  profit of $305.00. In beef cattle,  tho Hereford steer was shown as directly opposite to the 'iolstein cows,  that is, all the food the Holstein could  use was turned into beef production.  The raising of what is known as the  dual purpose animal was discouraged,  It being considered, bolter to go In for  milk or beef or loth, but, not to milk  cows Intended only for the raising of  boot' stock'.  A snort, talk was also given on hog  production, and tlm raising of slieop.  After the stock-Judging, Principal  Hales of llio Brandon Normal School,  gavo tlio men a short, talk on agricultural education in the Public schools,  and advocated strongly more thorough training of our touchers In sericulture, nud limy In lheir turn taking up more of Uni time in teaching  thai, subject. In the rural districts and  rilHo In small plots I'or agrl('iilt,iirnl  purposes    being' attached    to   ench  KST AND HEALTH TO MOTHLR AND CHILI.  Mii.Wmu.nw'i* HooTiiiNO uvucr ti������������.)>������*���������  ���������Udfiirovtr SIXTY VKAKSli/ WILl.IONfl Ol  bpTHKItfl  for   their   CHILOKHN   WHIUJ  ?iY������tiijnq, wim 1'itui'icct nuccssa.   II  ROQTIIlia lint CUJI.I), BOPTKNB III* OtlUft  ktiiWm ill TAIN i CURUB W,lNl> COLIC, lui  (i tti������ hot remedy tor MARKIllKA. It lt*a>  ���������otuloly lurmlMn. n* iuii ind uik for "Mm,  Wluilow'i Bnotlilnit Bynip." ind Uke ��������������� ������-M  hind,  Tweuly-llv* c������*uti ��������� boltle.  W^TI.llTOC)^)^ COUAftS  Aro tlm bos* pvor made nud arc guar*  Btituod tu glvo yoir satisfaction, At  nil ili'iili'i'.i, or send iih 25 cents stat*  Ing sly.) nud slzo required.  Tlio Arlington Co,, of Canada, Ltd,,  69 F"raoer Ave., Toronto, Ont.  Sovereign  | TRADE MARK HCQ. *  Sheathing Felt  contains no oil or tar. It la clean,  odorless, waterproof, germ and  vermin proof and practically  Ipdcatructibh). Makes houses  draft-proof.i ���������asy to lieat, and  comfortable In any weather.  Ask your dealer to chow you  a sample, or vrlle for sample  ami Booklet to the .j  5*1* CaatJIaa Maaufac tnr������ri  TUE STANDARD TAINT CO.  ������l r������n*4-, I.lMtlrcI,  Miatttal, IVIaitlftf, (������l|ar>, V������if*iir������r.  ;_������.���������������,������������������..Illl,,:..i.l;l,i?,.;f ,  W. N. U. 910  school.      The question of consolidated   schools   was  also  gone  into  by  Mr.  Hales aud strongly recommended for most districts.  Professor Leo also gave an interesting lecture on    the, identification  and  eradication  of  weeds.      Farmers, who were at the meetings last  year came in bringing    with    them  weeds' which they had found in their  fnlds and .which they were unable to  Identify, asked their names and the  best: way of destroying them.      Mr.  Lee dealt particularly with the destruction of the Sow Thistle, the Canada Thistle Mustard, Wild Oat3 and  French Weed.     The farmers in the  Eastern and Southern portions of the  Province were apparently anxious to  find out the best means of destroying  weeds, and the farmers to tho West  and  North, whero the weeds as yet  havo not mado tbo   same   progress,  were anxious for their Identification.  Seme farmers did not know the Sow  Thistle, although'Mr.  Lee was able  to find it on thoir farms.     Tho farmers  wero warned  against, this  weed  in paiticular, It being really tho only  weed in Manitoba  which takes com  pl.to possession of tho land, not al  lowing any grain to grow with It. It  is also the only weed which will attack the prairie.  Mr. Harrison gave a talk on fodder  crops, particularly on    tho    planting  and raising of corn and also showed  how a crop o,f corn could be raised  and do as much good as suramer-fal  lowing, thus giving the farmer a val  liable crop where otherwise his land  would be lying idle.      Mr. Harrison  also spoke on. tho raising    ot    tim  otiiy, clover and alfalfa, warning the  farmers to be particularly careful to  see  that their  land   was  very thoroughly cultivated and inoculated  be  fore sowing alfalfa seed.  Principal Black closed the meeting  for the men by giving a strong practical talk on  the general successful  working of a Manitoba farm and on  the Agricultural College work, and on  the  necessity  for  every young man  and  woman, who intended to follow  farming as    a    vocation,    taking    a  courso  in  tit?  Agricultural  College;  that  agriculture had  to  be -handled  in a scientific way the same, if not  more so, than any other business.  The women's part of the program  was first taken by   Mrs.;,   Salisbury,  who gave a very useful and instructive  talk on home  nursing,  sanitary  conditions  in the  home,  ventilation,  etc.  Professor Brpderick then spoke to  the  women  on  horticulture and  the  beautifying of the   farm   home,   the  best way of raising bouse and garden  plants,  ornamental  shrubbery, planting of.trees, laying out of lawns, etc.  Professor Herner gave a very interesting talk on poultry-raising and  egg production,    showing   the    best  way to raise poultry for the market,  and also the correct way;for handling  __k_m_J_L_fi__l_ir______.R^^  est number and best quality of eggs,  and telling tho farmers' wives how  to take c^re of their eggs before  marketing them, in such a way that  the, number of spoiled eggs would be  greatly decreased. He also mentioned the best types of hens for egg  production, the Barred Plymouth  Rock being ihe favorite, although the  raising of most other breeils was not  discouraged. , The poultry on the  farm was shown to be one branch of  farm work which could bo made the  most profitable as a side line with  the least outlay.  Professors Mitchell and Crowe took  up the work of dairying. Very  groat interest was manifested In this  work by all tho women and a great  many of the men, There has-been  so much Joss to the farmers in tho  West owing to not. knowing how to  mako the best grade of buttor, and  having their butter uniform. The  caro of the milk and cream was gone  Into thoroughly; the best, utensils for  handling milk and cream arid tho  making of butter wore showji.  The senior classes of I ho "schools  at. almost every point came over to  ilie train In a body nnd wore addressed by either Principal Ifnlos,  Professor Lee or ,T, J, 'Golden on tho  birds ln Manitoba; of the great "'good  birds did In killing IiihcoIr whicli  wore linrnifiil to all vegetation, (he  need of getting Biiltlciont trees around  tho farm so thai, tha birds would stay  in tho dlHtiiclH, It was felt that.  If the children were educated along  these line*5, the grout destruction of  birds which now lakes place would  ho fltoppol. Many birds which Iho  nvorngo child Ihiuku to bo harmful,  mieli as hawks, woro shown to bo  really useful on tlm farm. Tlrn'ohll-  ilron (hen had a talk on tlio lilenil-  llciitlon of wcoiln and wero told In a  simple wnv tlio bent method-, of get-  ling ild of them.  All tlm meetings wore opened with  I, short. nil'IrcsH, explaining to llm  fiinnci'H why lhe Canadian'. Pacific  .11 n 11 way Co. mul tlio Agricultural  Collogi; Ht'.il'f thought, It. necessary to  nm the train, llio Intercut, tlm Can-  ndinii Pacific Hallway look lu tlm  fniTiers who were living nlong llmlr  lino nnd tlm desire for bolter farming,  nml for hnving prosperous fnrumn*  living along thn Company's linos.  Tho farmers wore also Invited when  Ihey camo to SVlunlpeg to call on tho  olllclals of llm Company, who wore  always glad to havo thorn como In  aud discuss matters of mutual Interest, Brief remarks woro mado on  llio hotter caro ol' machinery on llm  avorago Manitoba farm, and on good  nniilH Hhowlng how the fnnimr could  .1,1 . i:     i wu.uii. , .l.ni-     III     iu.1     1 t UI|.>(IWI 1.1  linn eh*it">nn hy bruitlne; hi" cratn to  iiiiirknt over a good rond; tlm difference in hauling on li good rond anil  ii poor nrnl on 1,000 bushels for tt  distance, of (I miles being over $10.00.  I'hnpliiisls was nlno laid upon tbo no-  young mon nnd young women on the  farm; that ovory farmer Hhould If he  could at nil afford II, send his hour  an.I dnuglitern to llio Agricultural  College to tnke a course. Thin would  prevent, ho mnny young men and  yninur women leaving tlm fiiriiin mul  drifting linn tho cities whoro tlmy  onme with ni Hpoolnl (mining and  usually were only able lu securi* tin-  i .'iiMinornllvti employment, whereas  If limy wop1 in ut to lb'* Arrleiilluntl  C������llo*?������ ilo'y would nol b.ivo t|m  (ami, but tot Ilu* contrary would  r;i'li"i roiit-ilu in i!ih!ii aw! would  tnalto  botti-r faun;-rs iui-1 hotter .cit  izens.     ��������� .. ���������.-'"-���������"'������������������-���������'������  Altogether the meetings were a*  great success, In many places the  train was metby .brass hands; at  other places the farmers presented  Principal Black with an address of  welcome, in which they spoke of the  good done by the,, train last year, and  the hope was generally expressed  that the train would be made an annual affair. Many kind remarks  were heard on all sides as to the  generosity of the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company, in furnishing the  train to the people free of charge'.  The announcement made in regard  to the Company starting demoristra-  l;'ion~far_rs~"f oT^Hre^herfefit of "the"  farmers in the vicintiy iu which they  were located was always greeted  with much appreciation and many  farmers expressed the hope that the  C.P.H. would,locate a farm of this  description in their district as '.*, it  wocld have a very beneficial effect' In  k.eplug beforo (hem all the time the  best methods of farming. Principal  Black and staff expressed their great  appreciation of the way in which the  train was handled.  HOT WEATHER AILMENTS  A medicine lliat will keep children  well in a great boon to evory mother. This is just what Baby's Own  Tablets do. An occasional doso  keeps the little stomach and bowels  "Ighl* and prevents sickness. During  the ho' summer months stoma eh troubles speedily turn to fatal diarrhoea  or cholera infantum and If Baby's  Own Tablets an not at hand the child  may die In a few hours. Wlso  mothers always keep tho Tablets In  tho hou.o and give, their children on  occasional doso to clear out. tho  stomach and liowels and keep them  woll, Don't wait till baby is 111���������  the delay mny cost a precious life.  Get tio Tablotinow and you may feel  reasonably safe, Every mother who  uses tho Tablols praise them and  Hint la tho bout evidence thnt thero  Is no other nioillc'lno for children ho  good. TboTnl)lot4nro sold hy medicine ("caler's or by mail at 25 eont.������  a box frornVfljo Dr. .Williams' Modi-  -���������Ino Co,, ItroekvUlo, Out,  Actor���������I'm Retting awfully popular.  I son some tobacco pooplo have  nanioil a now cigar nftor mo!  Mniingci���������llonlly! Well, 1 hope  It'll draw bottnr tba i yoiudo!  Mlnard'i   Liniment Cures   Garget  In  i Cows  Self Tauoht  lrato Knlhor-I'll, touch you to IiIhs  my daughter!  Vming Man-Not nocosHnry sli'J I  hnvo Just lonrnl.���������Tlt'lJIls.  TJiiIohb worms ho expelled from tlm  ���������system, no child cnn bo healthy.  M.-)llmr GravoH'Worm Kxtorinlniilor In  (lm boHt medicino extant to destroy  wormt*,  Salesman���������Ilora you nro, gentle-  men���������-tho grenl.Ht Invention of the  fgo!  PasRi-r-hy   Mopping    to    llslon)---  Whnt. Is It?  .< , i i ���������    >    i    i   < ,  t),ll^.,tlill,        ,\     l,...f...<  , *,-., ,* I., Jl .,:,...  pinto for front doorfl.' It will tit-  tract, un ordinary slool key from a  dlfltnn',0 of two foot. All you lmvo  to h> to ilnd the keyhole nt night, is  iii tnko out your koy and Imnj. on to  It.  Vl-,:---x  :;:,-:: w,-r  crowd thnt nmliod to buy  %  You  may be  paid" $50  -in-Gash-for  improving your  walk like this *  108 Canadian farmers will  receive cash prizes   (twelve  in  each Province) in our big  1912 FARMERS' PRIZE  CONTEST  WE held a contest last year in-which 36 prizes were  offered.    This year there will be three times as many  prizes (108) and therefore three times as many chances for you  to win one of them.     You do not have to use a Urge quantity of  cement to win a prize.     Many of last year's  prize-winners used  comparatively little cement. ,r  'T'llJ! CMtei't li i\r\ir,l Inlo tirrn ct������iir������ ������ml li������������nlr  *��������� our oMht������B (Clmi "A") eloei the imiiuiit ���������(  cnnfiii u������r<t cpn.it In dnclillnr prize winner*. Clin  .t. 'B" Ii lor ilolnr lite best concitte work (lhe ib.e  L.ikci noilll/rrcncc), Cl������n "C" li for lemllnr In llio  bnt ainl i-lnreit description tl how iny i>lcc������ iil  concrfle *ork w������i done,  IT COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER���������There ire ibiolutelrnu "ilrlmi" t������ thii r������rfrr.    Thtreli nnenlrrfeenr rr.i taps m l),)tli<-r  wllh.   Von cannot lone, liwmue the Improremmti yon nuke of rom-rrtr In compellin lor the prlzri will 0- more than  worth thrlr coil.   We harea book,    What tha Farmer Can Do Willi Concrete," tbat w'.ll tlvr yon all tlm  Informallon about tbe uie of concrete you can nee,I,    Il will lie initio you free when you aik in for complete pirilcu-  larioftheJ'rl'/eConteit. Alk (or pirtl.ulin to-day. Jmt lay "Send me, free, your book anJ lull partl.uUr* ol the  19U rrl������ Cooieii," on a pom card and mall It lo-day,    Addreai Publicity M������n������ger,  Trfir. will he four prl������i (Pint. HiOj Second.  x S2S| 'I'lilrd, tlii I'onnh, III)) In each' i-la������i"  fn each' Produce. Thin you hare enljr to com  pele wllh other (armen In your own IVorlnce,  ���������ud not wllh thoie In all paru ol Canada, 'I'lili  tirri you the beat puiiible chance to win a <S0  prl������.  ? *  I  Canada Cement Company  Limited, 503-   Herald Bldg.,  Montreal  f  Ono of tho Rlrlu at an examination  In fX'iiiiimir in Mnynooth Bchool,  whon nskoi] why tlio noun 'bncholor'  wiib singular, bhiBliingly iininvorod:���������������  l.ocnusi) 11; la vory singular thoy don't  t;r.l. innh'lod.  Sho wont up to tlio head of tlio  cla..  The Foe of Intlloeatlon.���������Indlixost'  Ion Ih a common nllmont and fow nro  froo frttin It, II. Ih a moat dlstrofislnB  complaint nnd nfton tlio BUfforlnn; at-  liindlng It In mont novoro. Tho vory  best ronu'dy la Piirinokio'e Vogotablo  I'IIIh taken according to dlrootlonn,  Thoy rocliry tlio Irrogulnr action of  tlio Htonincli nnil ronton) lioallhy not'  Ion. Por mnny yonra thoy lmvo beon  a Htatuhii-il roiiinily for dyfipnpBla nnd  IndlgoHtlon and nro highly ostoomod  for tho'.r iiualltlon,  Llttlu Hoy (to gnrdnor)��������� Jonea,  why do you ahvayn pull your batro^v  bolilnil you, IiihIoiuI of punning .It?  ���������TonoH���������'('oa I 'atcB tbo sight of tbe  Never Thought of It  Glbbs���������I can't find "aoroiilnno" ln  thin dictionary.  Dlbbs���������Havo yo;i loolcod on tho fly  loaf?���������Doston Transcript.  Attacltfl ot cholera and dysentery  como quickly, thoro aoldom bolng nny  warning of tho vlBlt. ltoniodlul action must bo taken Just na quickly If  tho patient Is to bo Bjinrod groat Buffering and ponnnnont injury to tho  lining moVobranoR of tho bowolH, Tho  roadlont preparation for tbo piirpoao  Ih Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dyaontory Cordial, It can bo got at Btnall cost  at any drug etoro or genoral doalor'a,  and It will afford rollof beforo a doctor  can bo called.  |..t...      I I..  .1    ,   I  Hho'a as pretty aa a picture, ������uld  tlio young man,  Yen. replied llio young womnn, with  n itliino at hiyi'Ivul'ii complexion, and  liand-palnted, loo.  McAt drown (tlio chemist, fit ; a.  in.)���������Two penn'orth nf blcarhnnate of  soda for the wife's IndigOBtlon nt thin  time of nltflit, when n glass ot hot  water does Jiwt aa well-- i  Sandy (hi\*llly)��������� Weel, wt-eU  Tli.'inl's for thn ndilee. I'll rn> hot!,,  er yo, iifter nil.     Oood ntchtl  fKIDNEY'  ^/,:PltLS'ii  ���������% if np H ft/ m Asf,il> vr������'  From the Wild We������t  An Engllalj actor was ,a member of  a company enowbonnd ln the Blerrnu  whllo on routo from California to tho  East, Beforo tholr train was pulled  out ot tho drifts thoy hud been reduced to eating tho coarao faro of tho  miiiu.ii i.tu.i.1,1, mm _,ui, iitiiu  enmiiTh even of tbnt. Ro tbnt tbey  nil had n magnificent hunger'on when  tho train reached a,nmnll utatlon nt  which there wuh a rii-luiirnnt, nud tho  1-iigllflhinan was tho tlrst to Uud a  seat at tho tabic  landlord, a burly Wostorn man, a port-  erhoiiHo aleak, Home dovlllod kidneys,  a brace of chops, plonty of vegotablcB,  and two bottleH of nnHB'n bitter beer,  Tho In ml lord stuck his head out of  tho djnlng room door, and yelled to  somebody In the rear apartment:-���������  Hay, IHU. tell the bund to play 'Uulo  Hrltnnnla' tho Prtnco of Wales bun  como.  Tho Liar's Mound  Dynks, initlves of Dornoo, nro ox-  fromely truthful. So disgraceful, In*  deed, do tlio Dynks consider tho deceiving of others by uu untruth, that  such Is .handed down to posterity by a  curious ctKorn,  ' They heap up n pile of the bronchos  if trees In. memory of lhe man who  has uttered a'^rent lie, bo that, llio  future generations may know of his  wlckeiiiinss, nnd tnko warning from  It. The portions deceived start tho  "tURong bula"���������tho liar's moulid~*by  heaping up a largo nunibor of brunch'  ea In sonn; conspicuous spot hy llm  Hide of the path from one vlllago to  another.  Nvory pasHor-hy contributes to It,  and at the wanio timo reviles the man  In ineniorv of whom It was. Tho  Dyaks consider tho addition to any  "ttigong bula" they mny pass a sacred ,  duty, tho omission of which will  meet with supernatural punishment.  Mlnsrrt'* 1. In I mint Curem Dlitfrmriir  Nell;?���������Mr. Hotchpotch, wliot do  you conMder th> most delicate tomi  of tlitteryi  Th ��������� Chippie --Telling n married  man l,c don't look It.  Dlvin&tion  I ani vory observant, sir, and from  tlio way you wlecrd when I stumped  on  ynu* foot, I conclude you hav.  pedal afflictions  ,������.  ,  . II    ., ,.! ..1....1,...    It, .  com .���������liultlmor.: American,  CATSPAT#-  'HEELS  fTrcad soflly -     l^fc,  Stepsafoly. l,-~'  |CATS PAW RUliBEW SOLES  fjubody Iho patented foaluro.i  of CM's Paw Heels.    m  na- THE NEWS. CUMT*ET?LAND. TS. C  ���������$  Finding a  Treasure  It  Puts  a  Gentleman Into  ��������� fuddle  By  ARTHUR   LANGLEY  i  Wllklns was bored.  Throwing down a newspaper on tbe  table of the reading room of his club,  he arose from his chair, strolled out to.  the cigar staud, lit a cigarette, smoked  -tor a few minutes, threw Sway the  ���������tump, walked to the club entrance  and stood wltt bis bands in his pock-  ���������ts. wondering what next he should  do to kill time.  ..'������������������.fCabr'V. ;'.- :,'-i'::''.-        ���������  A* vehicle was wheeled from tbe line  ���������f cabs standing before the club to the  curb opposite him, and be entered it,  telling the Jehu to drive him to the -���������  theater, where he lutended to buy tickets for that evening's performance.  On the, seat beside bim lay a lady's  ���������and bag." Wllklns took !t up, looked at  It, opened It and examined the con-,  tents, with a view to discovering to  whom it belonged. He found them as  diversified as those In a boy's pocket,  tun there was only one article that  gave him any hope of identifying the  owner of tho property, a brown paper  parcel live or six inches long, two  Inches broad and an inch thick. Finding no address or other mark on It, he  concluded it to be a shopping purchase  ���������nd put It back In the bag. But, desiring to exhaust every means of finding  ��������� clew to the ownership, ho took it out  ���������gain and unrolled It. He found bills  to tho amount of $20,000..  , His ennui left him instantly.  ��������� Not that hq felt elated at making an  accession to his fortune, for he had no  Idea of keeping his find, but that It  was evident the money had been left  Inadvertently in the carriage by a woman ond there would be something for  him to do to trace her and return the  money.  Moreover, there wns a daintiness  ���������bout the bug and its contents that  caused him to fancy the owner was  young. Then, again, a middle aged  -woman would not likely be so careless  as to leave a small fortune ln a cab,  and an old one would bo.no more like-  ���������i_,iy_to-be-ridi*_g-about--with-so-m,_ch-in-  her possession. At nny rate, Wllklns  ���������would have It tbat tbe lady was  young, and, having gone thus far, he  landed she must" be attractive. She  bad doubtless been the last person to  occupy tho cab before him, and the  driver could tell bim about her. Wllklns put the bag and contents under  his cont and when he left tbe cab  ask .<*,., the driver for lnformttlon concerning his last faro.        .  Wllklns was informed that she was  a young lady who bad been taken In  before a dry goods store and had been  driven to a batik. She bad como out  of the bank and re-entered tbe carriage, orderlng'hira r/o drive to another  ���������tore, whero she alighted, seeming to  bo III. She bad staggered Into tha  ���������tore and disappeared. Ho bad wait*  ed somo time for her, but as she didn't  reappear bo gave up waiting for her  and drove awny.  On thinking the matter over Wllklns  did not believe there would bo much  bunting involved In the case. Tho  loss would be advertised, nnd all he  needed to do was to watch tho per*  tonal columns Id the newspapers, This  be did for a week, but not seeing tho  notleo ho expected bo concluded that  cllher -Iho young lady had taken othor  moans to recover her loss or hnd been  III or possibly might havo died. Ho  Inquired at pollco headquarter. If any  unci) loss had been reported, but gain-  cd no clew In this way. Ho did not  caro lo mako known bis (Ind, for ho  inew that If bo did thero would bo  many clnluonnls, and It would bo difficult to bead off some of Iho moro In-  genius ones.  'J'ho matter drugged nlong till Wll*  Una began to bo troubled nt holding  ���������o largo nn amount of somo other per*  ton's money, Then ono dny ho confided tho matter to hi* friend nrod-  well. Urodwell sold thnt he had seen  'in advertisement of a largo amount  of money having been lofk lu a cab,  but Jimt wtjen ho bad scon tbo nollco  bo couldn't remember, nor could bo  recollect tho ninnpup.r In which It  bud nppoared,  Wllklns mado a search through tbo  newspapers Istiued sinco bo bad found  the mouoy, but Ihey were so volurol*  nous (hut ho failed to Ilnd what ho  looked for. This was discouraging,  lie began (o fear that his keeping tho  money would got him Into troubio.  Trohnbly tho matter had boon put Inlo  ���������V*   tiiHtwl**   fy*  fl <* * * * M ��������������������������������� ������>������   ***ltn   nilnlif  hn  ������,������_(,     init.yv    V*     Uy������i,k,ki i I*.      ������    ������������������ *������      ''"���������*_������������������*     "   "  ������m hln track, no wns inclined to turn  Iho mntter ovor to tbo police, but fonr-  td lib ronsons for keeping It secret  (would not bo nccopled. At any rnto,  lio might suffer In (ho opinion of tha  public, who would know all nbout th<  affair.  i nelng nn Imaginative mnn, h������ per*  mlttcfl hlinnelf lo brood over tbo situation. Instead of n romanco he hnd  caught n tnrtnr, Uo began to wish  tho money wn* In the bottom of the  ten. Indeed, hn (bought of putting ll  thero. The bills were n burden to bim,  flo dMn't like In put Diem In the brink,  for tho deposit of tueh n turn might  ���������tt'lto n inrplclon that would lend to  tha tncf getting out Hint be hod ��������� large  ���������nm In hli po*i������*lin whlrh did not  belong to him.   Thai dUcovrry might  lead to very unpleasant consequences.  Ho kept the money tn bis safe deposit  box.  But even In ao secret a place be did  not feel easy. He was haunted by allx  sorts of fears. Supposing be-Bhould  loose tbe key to her box and were arrested for keeping money that did not  belong to, him. In that case he would  not be able to make restitution.  One day on taking a cab at bis club.  he noticed that his driver was the man  in whose vehicle he had made tho find.  Wilklns hastened to ask him If he  bad heard of or seen the young lady  who hnd gone into a store and had not  returned. He said that he had. She  hnd caused inquiries to be made for  hini and finally found him: She had  fainted In the store and remained unconscious for some time. He had been  closely qui tioned by a man in ber interest and iftts quite sure he had been  shadowed by a detective. Asked whom  he had driven next after the young  lady, he could not remember.  Wllklns was all ln a flutter at this  information. He realized that be must  take 6ome action in tbe matter, but  feared anything be might do would redound to his injury. When a man Is  rattled he usually goes wrong. Wllklns asked the cabman to give him  the young lady's address, and when \bo  man said he hadn't It Wllkins told him  not to>:iy anything about him In the  matter for the present and handed him  a ten dollar bill.  Wllklns n.B soon as be had taken this  step saw that be had put himself In  the position of having bribed the coachman to conceal his Identity. He could  not sleep at nights for thinking of  what a frightful thing tt would be  should he be pounced upon by a detective and forced to confess that he  had been keeping a large sum of mon.  ey that did not belong to him. It was  evident the loser of the money believed that it had fallen Into the,.bands  of some one who was intending to keep  it and was taking measures to find that  person.  All this was more than Wilklns had  bargained for. He grew thin and haggard and began to fear that his appearance alone would Incriminate him.  What he desired was to know tlie ad-  ���������dress of the young lady tbat be might  return the money anonymously, or If  he could discover that she was of a  kindly, sympathetic disposition ho  might go to her, confess that he had  ber money and beg her to believe bis  story and not expose him to an unmerciful world.  One day the coachman Involved in  the matter called for him at tho club  and said be bad something to communicate. Wllklns went out with him to  tbe sidewalk, where no one would hear  what was said, and the cabman began:  ������������������I'Ve~6e"en~thir"yo"ung'"leddy~again;"  sir, and she says the day I drove ber  she drew a large sum from the bank,  and, beln' sick, when she got out of  my cab left the money inside. She  cays the next fare I got must 'a' found  It. and Is keepln' what don't belong to  bim. She's offered me $1,000 reward  if I'll get her money for her."  Hero was an additional complication.  If Wilklns returned the money, Ignoring the cabman, tbe fellow might make  It .hot for him. Wilklns by this tlmo  was In a condition of mind to seo a  term ln. tha penitentiary staring him  In the face. Instead of pulling himself  together, returning the money openly  and trusting to his ability to come out  of tbe affair unscathed, bo asked tho  mnn for the lady's address, promising  to see that ho got something by way  of reward. But the cabman by this  time bad come to bollove thero was a  good deal.In It and declined to give the  address unless Wllklns would pay, him  out of tho funds tbo reward tho young  lady had offered. When Wllklns demurred at this, the fellow threatened  to report him ns the man who was  holding tho monoy.  So Wllklns took tho address, gavo tho  man a thousand dollars and, taking tho  bug containing tho bills just as ho bad  found them, cnlled on tho young lndy.  Handing them to bor, bo waited till hor  delight bad somewhat subsided, then  gavo her a graphic account of his finding tho bag, bis waiting to seo hor nd.  vertlsomcnt, his missing it when it appeared and,-lastly, bis having beon  drawn Into tho position of retaining  funds that did not belong to him.  "I weighed," ho sold dolefully in conclusion, "when I found your bag 170  pounds. Look nt mo now. 1 cnn barely pull down 140."  ���������'Vou poor maul" exclaimed tho girl,  repressing a smllo.  Wllklns told nothing about tbe thousand dollars hush monoy bo hnd pnld  the cabman. That wns his own sot-rot,  and ho did not propose to divulge,  "Of course," snld Iho girl, "yon nro  entitled to a reword, nnd I beg ot yon  nfter nil tho trouble nnd worry you  have bad In tbo mntter (o accept at  least the amount I offered (ho cabman.  1 assure you I would feel so much moro  comfortable nt your receiving something,"  A gentleman, a member of n swell  club, to receive a reward for reluming  money found I  Kot be.  "Rlnre (he .nbmnn." ah* went nn.  "hns been Instrumental In tho return  of my properly I shall pay bun.in. reward I offered bim."  Wllklna, seeing tbat be must (ell (he  rest of tho story or tho cabman would  rccolvo double pay, mndo a confldnnto  Ot ills lllihU-_������ Si UO ft Ci._U liU-.H.I.  Thoro wns something so delightfully  human In this end (o the mntter (hnt  sho was touched beyond measure. She  could not Induce Wllklns lo pormlt her  to rolmburso him, but In time ho discovered thnt she hnd given him her  heart, ruid It was not long before ber  hnnd nnd her fortuno went wltb It.  "You never rnn loll," toys Wllklns,  "when you're getting a bnrgnln. Tho  Itoousjwfl dollars 1 pnld thnt rnlimnn  brought me (wo trennures-tbo one a  wife, the othor ber autnt*,"  STORIES OF THE STAGE.  A Splendid Accident Averted and an  Actor Who Dined Too Well,  Here Is an Incident that waa related  by the late Bram Stoker, for many  years manager to Irving of the production of "Hamlet" at the Lyceum la  London.  On the second night of the performance the Chinese ambassador and Sir  Halliday Macartney came to see Irving  in his dressing room, and presently the  ambassador, who was wearing magnificent robes of mandarin yellow, wandered off ln the*direction of tbe stage.  The ambassador was close to tbo edge  of the arch at the back of the scene,  where Ophelia had made her entrance  and would make her exit. Mr. Stoker  "Jumped for him and Just succeeded In.  catching him beforo he had passed into  the blaze of the limelight I could  fancy tbe eudden amazement of the  audience and the wild roar of laughter  that would follow when in the midst  of this most sad and pathetic of scenes  would enter unheralded this gorgeous  anachronism."  Mr, Stoker confessed (hat he was  tempted to let the splendid accident occur. "Its unique grotesqueness would  have insured a widespread publicity  not to be acquired by ordinary forms  of advertisement" *������������������.���������.-*���������  On another occasion a very different  and very painful contretemps did occur. The actor who took the part of  Polonjus on entering gavo his first Hns  ���������with so strange an Intonation that Irving at once signed to the prompter to  let fall the act drop, came forward and  apologized to the audience and restarted the play with a new Pokmiusl���������  London Graphic  WOMEN AND CARD GAMES.  In Chile Such a Combination Would  Create a Seneat'on.  A woman who Is a native of Chile  ���������was talking recently about the difficulty she had In accustoming herself  to card playing among women when  she came to this country.   She snid:  "In Chile card playing among women is undreamed of. Perhaps it Is not  too much to say that a Chilean woman  would no more play cards than a New  York woman would enter a Broadway  Baloon. It isn't that it Is exactly or  wholly a matter of morals with us.  It Just Isn't the thing to do. It is not  conventional.  "When I came to New York I  brought my daughter-in-law with me,  a Chilean girl. She and I were both  horribly shocked to receive an Invitation to a bridge party in the daytime.  It was too much for us,, and we declined.   Other similar Invitations came  A PROBLEM IN PICTURES.  A CHANCERY  ROMANCE.  And  fcy  tho    Peculiar    Coincidence  Whloh It Wa* Solved.  Borne yeara ago a publishing bouse  was preparing to issue a new edition  ot the  writings  of  Thoreau,  writes '  Cbarlas 8. Olcott tn Art and Progress, i  The bead of tbe house and a member ]  of hla staff were in consultation about j  tbe  method  of  illustration.    It   was ������������������  agreed that the pictures must be true  to nature, but bow to get them was  th. problem.   Artists who-do book illustrating could not be expected to go  Into  tha  woods  and   make  pictures  which would In any way assist the  text to reveal nature as Thoreau saw  it.   Photographs would be admirable,  but wher * was the professional photographer to be found who would undertake to go into Thorcau's country ln  sunshine and rain, ln summer and winter, to catch alt the phases of nature  which Thoreau recorded in his "Journal?"  While the two men pondered a caller  satin tho outer office with a large portfolio under his arm. Five years before  be bad read Thoreau'* "Journal" and  had taken up his residence in Concord  that bo might visit tho scenes there  described. In all seasons and all kinds  of weather he bad .wandered through  the woods and over the fields with  his camera. Passionately fond of nature, be was no less devoted to art  To bim photography was a pastime.  It was not his profession. For the  pure love of nature and of art and  with no thought of pecuniary gain he  had accomplished the very feat which  the two business men had thought so  difficult and by a curious coincidence  he appeared at the office to exhibit  the result of his work at the precise  moment when Its desirability was being discussed.  BURIED  LIVING  PERSONS.  aiid" keptTcoming. TTlnally Wr~curlosl-  ty got the best of us, and we went to  one of these affairs. Even after we  got over our sense of outraged;, convention the whole thing seemed curious to us.  "The funniest sight of all was the  women with little tags on them, as if  marked 'by fast express,' or running'  up to another womao with a little  card to bo 'punched.' Finally we got  sufficiently accustomed to 'take a  hand,' but even yet I never do it without a covert feeling that 1 am putting  myself beyond the pale."���������New York  Post  Handicapped. w"  "Ah tell yo'," snld the negro who was  working on the man's shoes, "woman  Is a pcculiab thing. Yo' gotta know  Jest how to handle huh or yo' golu' to  git tho worst uf It Lots of times she'll  git mad nt yo' nn' then yo' gotta talk  to. huh. Talk to huh-thnt's tho wny to  mastah huh. Sho won't stand fo' no  bcatln' or notbln' Ink thot. Talk to  huh. That's tho way Ah handle ma  wife."  Another negro working next to him  looked up.    "Wboh did yo' git that  blnck eyo yo' got, Rufo?'' ho asked.  "Well, ma wlfo dono It, but"-  "Why didn't yo' talk to huh?"  "Dow could AhV" came from tho  first   "Sho had me by tho throat wlf  ma wind shot off."���������New York Telegraph.         Cracks In the Floor.  Thero liro several ways of stopping  tbo cracks In a fioor between boards  that have shrunken npnrt Ono Is to  tear newspapers into small bits and  souk them lu flour paste, hnving the  paste warm, gjlr tbis until thick and  (III tbo crack wltb It, using a broad  knife to smooth the paste down Into  (ho cracks. Or sawdust nnd glue may  bo used with tho snmo result. To a  pound of glue allow a gnllon of water,  und when melted stir Into it fine saw  da-it until It Is stiff panto. Fill tho  cracks with (his, pncklng ll as solidly  nu possible, muoollilng even with a  biond knife.  A Cruihtr,  Cleveland once mndo s Joke. An  effuslvo politician burnt In upon him  and exclaimed loudly, "Mr. rrcsldent,  I owo you an npology."  "Wbut for?" snld Cleveland.  ������������������For not having called upon you  i earlier, sir."  "NVJI." Mid Ckrt-tomm, purity, "1  haven't been Iouikoiuo."  Horrible Custom of Japanese Prior to  Year 646 A. D.  Prior to tho year 646 A. D. the Japanese had one of the most horrible bur.  lal customs that can be imagined���������that  of burying all the Immediate friends  and retainers of a prince or other person of note in a standing position  around the potentate's grave and leav.  ing them In the earth up to their necks  to perish of thirst and hunger.  The custom cannot be said to have  been general as late as the date given,  for the Japanese records prote that ln  the time of the Emperor Suinln (97-30  B. 0.) the burial rites of royal personages were so modified as to partially  abolish former cn_elhes. Speaking of  a young brother of Suinln. who died  and hud his retinue burled standing  6round-his~grave,~tha-old-record-Bays!-  "For many days they died not but  wept and cried aloud. At last they  died. Dogs and .crows assembled and  ate off their heads. The emperor's  compassion waa. aroused,' and be desired to change the manner of burial.  When the empress died, soon after, tbo  mikado Inquired of his officers if something in the way of a change could  not be suggested, and one proposed to  make clay figures of men and bury  them as substitutes."  That this did not entirely do away  with tbo former custom Is proved by  an edict issued In the year 640 A. D.,  the date given first above, which forbade tbo burial of living persons and  provided a penalty for further adherence to tho awful rite.���������St Louis Republic  Old Time Personally Conducted Tour,  Tho campanile looked down upon the  first agencies for conducted tours of  which we hav������ record. Flvo hundred  years ago Vculce controlled tho pilgrim  traffic to tbo Holy Land, and qulto a  number of firms mndo a good thing of  it '/boy had their offices in St Mark's  oqunro, with all tho apparatus of advertisement honrdlngs, flags and commissionaires, Tbo contract stipulated  how much space aboard a ship and  whnt food each pilgrim wns to got  and tbe agents undertook not merely  to carry tho pilgrim across the sen, but  to conduct him personally to Jerusalem  and to tako over all negotiations with  the officials. For tho whole Journey  tho charge was 25 to 110 ducats, n third  to bo pnld beforo starting, a third In  Palestine nnd a (bird after returning  bomo.���������Manchester Guardian.  Halplng ������ Friend, Ho Unearthed a For*  tune For Himself.  . Perhaps there is no more cnrlous  chapter In the history of the chancery  courts than that of two Pittsburgh  men. The first had a claim to a small  estate abroad, but ho did not have the  money to pay the claim 'agency to  make a search, so he got a friend to  back him.  This friend's name was Peterman,  nnd the mouey he advanced was like a  grub stake���������he was gambling on his  friend's claim proving up.  One day when Peterman was at the  claim agency office he came upon this  advertisement ln the agency files: "Peterman (Albertus), musician, born in  -Amsterdam in 1829, son of Charles  Frederick and Henrietta Susanna Gasman. Left for Liverpool In 1356, .He  is sought for Inheritance by M. Con-  tot, avocat, 21 Boulevard St Germalu,  Paris."  That was the Inception of the famous "Kinsoy docks" case, the name  coming from the fact that the original  Peterman was last seen at Klnsey  docks, in Liverpool. The claim agency  took the matter in hand, traced Peter-  man's Uncage back and enabled him  to establish a good claim to an Inheritance of $200,000. ;  That was a case of fortune being  thrust upon a man. ��������� Lewis Edwin  Thelss ln Harper's Weekly.  JOBS FOR THE INDIGENT.  Swiss Method of Solving the Problem  of th* Unemployed,  Jn Switzerland the people act upon  the theory tbat a man who Is unemployed la, if left to himself, liable to  become a waste by beiiig a subject of  charity and a tax upon the community.  Thereforo the problem Is considered as  an economic question.  The purpose is to assist the unfortunate unemployed to secure work, not  only for the sake of his family, but In  the Interests of the state. There is no  toleration for the loafer. Begging Is  prqhlblred by the law, a������d vagrancy is  classified as a crime.  If an unemployed person does not  make a .erioua effort to find work the  authorities will find it for him, and  he is compelled to perform It If be  refuses he Is placed in the workhouse,  where strict discipline Is maintained  and every inmate is required to work  to his full capacity, receiving therefor  his board and lodging and from S to  10 cents a day in wages.  There are also Institutions where  temporary employment is furnished to  persons but of work, through no fault  of their own, and comfortable accom  modations and some money compensation given until they can find more remunerative wages.���������Chicago Tribuue.  Good  form  ���������' ���������*���������'���������  Consideration For Others.  It goes without saying that consideration for others is one ot the twelve  pillars of the law of good breeding  _nd a very important one. Everybody  recognizes this in a general way, yet  many people do not realize how Ini'iia  a share it has in the technical rule, of  etiquette. Thus punctuality is said to  be the politeness of kings, but punctuality is dictated by a consideration for  others as well as by the desire to have  everything move In u smooth nnd orderly manner. Uuests nt a dlnnor  must arrive ut the hour numed or five  minutes after lest they keep the party  assembled waiting for tbem. Fifteen  minutes Is the utmost limit allowed to  thrdy comers. ���������  A hostess who invites friends to visit ber simply because she Is bored and  wants them to amuse ber violates, perhaps unconsciously, the laws of hospitality. People who have u great deal  of money and little to do sometimes offend in this way. Time hangs Heavy  on their hands, and they are delighted  to have some bright girl or clever  young man come to stay witli them to  brighten tbem up. If they provide  amusement for the; visitors or j;!ve  tbem something desirable which they  do not get at home, such as nutoino-  biling, coasting or skating, there is uo  objection to their expecting thereafter  to make tbem some return in the wny  of agreeable tall-  Elderly persons or those living quietly in tbe country should remember thnt  tbe daily routine of their existence  may seem dull to active young people  accustomed to more life" and excitement Let us all beware lest we bo-  come social vampires, draining the vitality of those who come near us.  The woman who throws open het  house for the sole purpose of* displaying its expensive furniture ami iip-  polntments Is worse than her "bored"'  sister, because she adds pride to ���������s_lr-  isbness. A story is told of two rival  leaders In a large American city which  shows to what depths of vulgarity one  may descend if one permits pride to  replace good feeling toward '-others.  Mrs. X. appeared at a ball wearing a  costume of magnificent brocade which  quite eclipsed the gown of Mrs. K.  The latter congratulated her rival on  .  Fairy Gterlei.  Mr, Itneon-Whon n womnn (ells a  ������  ��������� . .,. ,     i    i ,.������.������..,. tn.* thin  imt.f    t,UIJ|     &-V   m..-.'.J-i   ..k���������.,.., <  "Once upon tx time." Mrs. Uncon-  Ych, nnd whon a mnn tells n fnlry story  he nlwuys begins Hko (hlsi "There,  now, dear, don't be angry wllh me.  You nee. It wns llko thls."-Yonkcrf  Statesman.  Didn't Heve to MaVe Her.  "Well, I eaw my wlfo nit for tlie W**t  !ndle* thin morning "  "Jsiiiinlcor  ,    "No, uhe-'.weiit of fcrr own ���������ccord.H-  '. Princeton Tiger.  Written In Slang,  Mnttliow Henry's commentnry on tin  Bible wns written for tbo common pooplo nnd In the slung of Ilia dny. Io  commenting on Judges tx bo unys:  "Wo aro hero told by what nets Ablmo-  lech got Into the tnddlo. Ilo bleed foi  his scrvlco all tho acum and Bcouudreli  of tho country. Jothnm was really i  (Ins gentleman. The Secbemltes wen  Iho tlrst to kick him off. They ������n1d  nil the III they could of him In their table talk. Tbey drnnk health to his con  fusion."       A Bold, Bad Man,  Tlio phrase "A bold, hnd man," now  wowthrciidbnro nnd comic, belongs ft  Spenser, who upplled It to tbo Archl-  mugo of "Tho Fncrlo Quoono" (1,1,1)7):  A bold, bad man tdat dared to ceil i>t  iiiima  Oreit  OorKon,   prince  of  darWne.e  end  dead night  Unreasonable,  "I supposo your chief creditor Is very  rh'ii,"  "Well, I should any so. Rut even nl  thnt bo sets us though I wero llftng  shore hla menus."���������Fllrgende mutter.  A m������1* Lover.  I'erblns-DoM lhe young mnu xvht  Is courtlug your daughter leave nt s  re������������(ifii)hlo hour? I'ntiT-Yen: I havi  DO reason to klck.-Koston Transcript.  Motherly Advice.  "My dear, you mustn't be so sharp  with strange young men.    Yon know  you may give them a wrong ^Impres-  slon."  "What's the matter now, mother?"  "You scarcely spoke a word to that  young man you  wero  Introduced  to  last evening."  "I didn't like his way, mother."  ���������"Did you know hlra'i"  "No; I'd never met him before."  "Do you know anything about him?"  "Nothing, except that he seemed to  me to bo very Impertinent"  "Still, you shouldn't have snubbed  him, at least until you bad learned  moro about bim. Once 1 tmubbed a  young mnn thnt way without knowing  who be was, nnd I regretted It ever  after, because I found out later thnt  be wns very rich. I might have married him If I had beeu moro cnreful."  ���������Dotrolt Freo Press.  Why Bruliei Becomo Black ond Bluo.  The color of blood Is duo chiefly to  Iron In the littlo blood cells. When  tho Iron 13 kept in these little blood  cells, which nro living nud trnvollng  around in tho blood vessels, tho color  Is rod, Hit tho skin hard enough to  break somo of the littlo Mood vessels  beneath tho surface iind the littlo red  cells escnpo from the Injured blood  vessels, wander nbout for nwhllo In  the tissues nnd die. Whon they die  the Iron thnt mado thorn red beforo  then changes to black nnd blue coloring, After awhile this Iron Is taken up  by tho glands called tho lymphatics  nnd made over again Into nice rod colls.  The Iron Is tnkon up vory much moro  quickly by tbo lymphiilk's tr tho black  ond bluo spot Is rubbed and mnwuiged,  -Ht Nlcholits.  "thlTbeauty of"BeFdress and_nrged"fi_r"  to wear It at a reception which she  (Mrs. K.) proposed to give a week or  two, later. .. Mrs. X., not dreaming ot  any treachery, unwisely complied witb  the request Imagine her feelings  when on arriving at the house of Mrs.  K. she found that th^lntter bad had all  her drawing room furnlturo covered  with the admired brocade!  Do You Sit Correctly?  In the good old days a lady would no  more tblnk of sitting with!ber elbows  on tbo table nnd of crossing her legs  than she would of eating with ber  knife. Now such actions are bo common ns to pass almost unnoticed.  The girl' who leans habitually on her  elbows soon ruins them. (l The Bkln  roughens and reddens, eventually'becoming callous nnd horny. Worso yet  tbe pressuro of the body on tbe elbow  stops tho circulation and reddens the  skin of tbo entire arm.  Moro dangerous is the hnblt common  to men and women alike of sitting with  ono leg swung over the Uneo of tho  other. The pressure comes at a sensitive part of tho leg nnd knee, a spot  whero (hero nro a number of largo  .veins, arteries and nerves. Tho pressure stops circulation, crowds the tissues together and produces various Ills.  Many a womnn who suffers from  hendaebo or numbness will find It relieved If sho censes to sit with her lego  crossed. The hnblt long continued produces vnrlcoRO veins, n red nose, bruised  Rpots and other tils attendant on stopped circulation.  It will be cnnler to conquer this hnd  hnblt If n womnn mnkes n prnctlco of  sitting erect on chair or uofn with tho  end of her splno prossed cIono ngalnst  (ho bnck of hor chnlr. This will (brow  lior feet In n natural position ou (bo  ground, ritxljlio templntton (o lonf of  sit crotir) legged Is miiilinl/ed.  Hit Painful Debut.  "I shall rot easily forget iny debut,"  Sir Chnrles Wyndhnm snld on ono occasion.    "We opened st Wnnhluglon,  and I nppenrcd ss a character who  Iind to declare, 'I nm drunk wltb lovo  j nntl enthllHlnsm.,   Having uttered tbo  ! first threo words. I wm seliod with  j sdigo fright and rntld no more,   This  1 Is whnt I rend In a Now York pnpor  (ho next morning: 'A Mr. Wyndhim  represented n young mnn from South  America.   Ilo bod hotter go there Um  Rlcbee and Contentment  "Contentment la belter (ban riches,"  in Id the ready mndo phlioxopber,  I   "Truo," replied Mr. Dustln Stsx, "but  mv olnomidon Is ihat a mun who i������  j itch hus ������ heller chance ot becotnhig  ��������� content thnn a mnn who Is contented  hui of becoming  rlcb.'-Wsdhlugtoo  Btnr.           Alike, Vet Different.  Mrs Yoiirij,'lirli.p~My husband I* very  , determined. Ua never gives up. Mra  ! KIwi'lM iHodlyj-Nelther does mtna.-  ! l',iiMnn Globe  To see- good lo a Heart Hint *mn������  ���������vll ll to beget good lh������ro.-Wlliltiin  ! Henry Phelps.  i  ! Vou enti do tn a ������ih t.i,il what ll takMi  ! ffnre to fni ww rrgriKlng-Ne-w  j York I'rena.  Good Form For Wsek Ende,  Tho girl who goes on u nuiiiiner visit  with littlo bnggiigo nnd n huuiII purne  often llnda hcrm'lf feeling very soiled  and crumpled beforo tunny days me  ovor, ISspcctnlly Is (hi* the enso when  the holiday takes the form of a little  tour abroad. It Is difficult nnd expen-  siro to got waiililug done, and much,  baggngo Is out of the question, yet (he  strenuous round of .Ightseelng hus Its  effect on one's clothes, nnd (bo fnct of  being among Mrangcts doon not lu tbe  lenst mnko hick of dnlnllncn������ ���������"iciunWIe  or more easily endured.  A great fncud ut tiient (lines Is a  ���������p!r!t Iron, its cont, rovciuI dollars,  msy seem t ron'ldrr/.ble ���������t<'m In tba  outfit, but will mion bo repaid In com  fort, nnd (hero will be r.n trmplaOlon  <tl    (\lhVl     m���������i    H\,m     <l>   .J      Vi.t.������     ������j������jU0     \������l������'  iiiltnble) I'lnuKOR or arnrt* to subitt*  (ute for (he original crowpled supply.  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Bicycles, Sewing Machines,
GunSjEtc.. Etc.
Plumbing Done.
���I   W. Coop's Famous Stoves & Ranges.
�� c_        ��� .
btovcpipes etc.
���_.-_,_.��._--���..��: *fc*rm^J^.amf.'^-JKm*m*'**r*rmm,mm
���^Printer's Fie,.
���v-s*-*HK mivko-np   mnn in a rural
In the goo-ii of .Oscar Johnston
._��� 1.; 1 v newspaper  of!iu_ got -deceased, in teat; to.
full oilm-d eider a fortnight ago]    TAKE NOTICB. that by ord
er of His Honor Judge   barker,
made io the   above court on   the
A**d mixed up   items'reporting an
..'.rciioi'i title and   a wedding eere-
.-.mux.    .Ths;   description ran.  as (il.d day of September.19.12,, the
ndorsigned  was  appointed   Ad
* William Fihink, tlio   only   eoi
.���)' ''},i--. and  Mrs. Joseph J. blank.
.\-��s d:'?pos.d of at publ.ic auction
it*.j Mi'.r^aret   Dash,* daughter   oi
'.li.r,   an 1   -Mrs. Dash, ."of   lot 4.
..sixth concession, in the   presence
,*.-f eighty  gnefits,   including   two]
,i. 1 > 11 es   and nine head of   horned
.i-.attU*.    Rev.   J. Binks t-it-d   the
nuptial   kn.ot,     averaging ,1,200
.pounds on tho ���hoof.
'���'���The ben m iff. 1 home of the
.bride was vorv tastefully decorat-
tc<l *>vi-ii one set of double liur-ies*-^.
i,f..trl,y new; .before the',cere'inon>
;Mci'ii(SeJfi_phir'!! wedding march
���was given softly by 21"" fivo-
year old mileh cows, Ibokingiper-
_j_e_ctly chayiuiiigiii a-  light spring
ninistrator bf the estate of Oscur
Johnston, who was killed at the
FraWr River Logging Camp on
April 15th- 1912, intes* tatty'
All accounts..against the estate
jand all account? tint, the estate
mast be presented and paid,, respectively, on or, before the 1st
day of November 1912,
W. W. Willard
Official Administrator
Gnmberland, B. C.      /
P.O. Box 360
Telephone 7-0
Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's B'EER
Wholesale Denlers in all "Kinds of_.,"
.,.* .Wines and Liquors.
-.waggoUj ito'jp"buggy,j open buggy
ifind \vh.elb:irro\v. The groom Is
.a w.ell-kno'wn young man, popular in eoo-iety cirelt-i' .1' about thir.
t-y-Mffh-t Berkshire hogs, while
the bride j-s au aeeomplishtd and
;r.i> need to.ich.or of a fcirove of 1',.-
landrChina shoal.*, pedigree f.ur.n-
" j.d.ed i'f desired.*
"Aiii.ong -the'many present;;
vWffio oi;o .hundred bu.kels of potatoes, Qtiqdrag.lmrrow, hay fork,
'���/ope and pulleys, uud other articles too nutneroiia to luention.
���''The bridal couple left on yefc-
^erduy i.no.rning'tj  boat on :ni   ex..
^wi.d^l trip,   six months   on   ap
iii'oved joint notes, four per cent,
< pff for cuidi."
���t'OliNTV COURT (JF   NAN.
In tin*. goodB uf Janijen Kit.^gir-
al'l, 'li'ce.'ised, iiili>ii��n,H\
TAKK NOTICK that, by ord-
j-.f of His Honor Judgo Barker
iin.do in tin; id'ovo court on the
!J.'! ili-j .,f jVpftul-c!*, 101'J, th"
nndi l'figned Wii-i nppointod Ad-
I'liiiiftrntoi' of tli," fsiiO'c of .Iftiiics
Messrs Hardy & Bieeoe, Cour-
teniiy, will ,4'ell by.. anctiou on
Tuesday next, Oct. 8th, at 2 p;m'-.
at the restaurant,,. in Feohuer'-o
���block, tlio whole , of the  contot-'ti?
.qf Jl jjs_m.Lgi.nil i*_ 11 l.._iu cjn diH._tl__t^)c-_l__. _,
���if\y^m-~- i ��������*-<���,_���*��������� t, \*ir-f*ff^Kgt*9ta*,aaa ������t?u\'xuevtmi.'LTi^Ji-an���w*iTm^ -.vv*-�����--*��t
* OF COMMERCE    ' ';
'CAPITAL,'���$15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
*  ';    -MONEY' 'ORDERS ^
Issued by The CanacKan Bank ef Commerce, are a safe,'cosvenient and
inexpensive method of -remitting1 small sums of money. These Orders,
payable without charge at any 'bank in Canada (except in the Yukon
Territory)-and in,the principal cities'of the United States,, are issued at
the following; mtes : '���*...,
$15 and ��nde_ ........;........,    3 cojrts, *'
Ovei*     5 and trot exf_e_i_t< $10.....    6.-'"'..
"     li)      *' " U,S6,......-.,. JO     H
��     SO      'V "50 ...'15    M   '
iWi i-w.   .
MMm tyuk& I
���������'<���:���   .:;..    EEMIWAKCES'.��� ABROAD'"-���/���������".' = .";'������',
should ba,*imla.h7 mesaa of,o_f OPECIAL' FOREK3W DRAFTS and MONEY,,'
ORDilft'k   isms- wkiibat A&af b*Taansiiabls TBtoa.       ���/'���������""',
C"UT���i>^S.t Ar'TO . 3'liAM-H.......   i.'.ti.';....-...'/:W. T. .V/HITE," BTaca^er.
^ff-;;.z-^^iiKf-:. :-!SJ-��
j  9*   -?.-ly^_   \���".*��* *,���- * .������ .1 '   '+t"*m���_>�����^a-��C���*m.t**��ma.*m-^tammamti,tviim**t*mmtiam.,**��*��."*-��-.���*_������*��������)�������(>���.
Complete Stock of'"Ye Oldc Firme"
Heintznian k Co. Pianos
ltaii___*a__^&^r^2_ r
Dominion"Pianos, Thomas Organs
Victor Vktrolas, Gramophones and Records
Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.
l_?F^Pf^4':T **'2^w_^*Tl_?v^^
803 G0VSWI9EN1 STiifET,  Ojiposiic P. 0.   VICTORIA, B. C     |
ing range, tables, chairs, crockeryj      ��� 3!vE   Ub
cooking uteusi^.etc., etc. I Cotoos ..������-'���awmill Co.,- Liiuiied,
Messrs   Hardy &' Biseoe   wii  ^	
Me*--?.-    li.ai-dy c- l.i.-coe -wdl
.^1! 1".- .-���*'.l:u aiiciion in'Conrlen-
eell by publie auetiun on Tlnrrb-
day, Oct., 10th, at 1 p.m. prou-.j-i'r
attlie Atdi Tree Farm, Sandwiek,
(about two milee'frym Conrtem���������y)
for Mr, S. L Baun.ders who ia !<-av
ing, tlm '.vhole of hie farm, .sto-k
imp'.eiue'ita, fnni.iture, etc.
!'��n(u\y,T4::h  Oct,   inst.,
o    ���n.  v��lual)lo l'nulding
*.'"������;.������!i.'liee'�� 0,'chanl, ;also.
.(.���"���!"-, -riig.*,   chickens, p<>
ri;*;.-':'.menis. etc., , all   la* \
>  .Show; of;-: ���
Fall Hats. Auta-j
��>,J> <J ii ii. W _ O fj
0',t\d?t?-\\%%. \hvi- $$$*    i
( i
j tourtena
e��__ra:*ar.-'*ry-:��___,,'-'rv^ _4r_so^_'X^^��*_i-w=��"-��inc����*��'-��t:*''^*
a  Capital FaidXTp 97,401 930. Boservo ${3,431,170  \\
1   ^"he""Raya_~BaTik���of^Gan^d'a;   1
| J  (j,
| '' OVEil   THE    WORLD. ij
| at biglient  Onrr-.T/t Itn-fP allowed on TKpoiilr of %'i iind upv.-nrds. jj
| C-aSI^HlIX.AS'n), a. C., nr*:r,*.*.h, Op.u Daily.        * jj
| UI-:iO_i" TrHAl-.^, S5. v'.,   yuh-r.iMoh, 0*.)c;a Thurcfiayo C?
\\ O. IV3. h���CR.-5ii-:.0:V. _Vlcis-5n_i��.iv ?!
i':���������!;:-!.,.. -I"   Mr. Herman  ITelin,-.XII!_^
', "ii * * .
r*^BCWK."vi*ww_ -^;. i_-   . �� ^ ���. i'.;,-.-.,, >mm-t,-.r&*i*xr&xirxi&v&i&.TX^faGvr*ttj?t2iV'j^
���.vrr**r.mf-...���f -,-������ -^ ���^.������.-jvr-l ^fl> "^ WWE7SS��'CSEri2'*?T? 'P.rrHliat^i'.r'WTOOT ***prTTi'��r^��T'5?_r,K-:?g|* f��
-    .jp
A ITMRSOf^ A || 111 i|
w? M BM 8 \>_il k   & ��*����� a v-i��
���Tli ^ ��"*i   i���!    t    ifen r% 1 I'
in r trail
i 'i*/' ' %-jmvr-   "4*ig��-p*.'--wr--.f<n' irvi-^'_w.T��i.wwiwiiiiif|.i^-|*y*<fti*f^.*.,'.'f.f ^iyw,i::iii-<rr.tiV''Min-vi ���*...-*�����* ���(
Uie cr(ew Scale Williams I
Used SxcJusively iu Canada
jl Of New York.)
OOUH.'i.'-^J.y,   i.'.. 0 ,    lir.-vat-h,    Opc-a-Jlaily.
WM. HOFP, M��najser.
1 P. Phillipps Harrison f:
r I
U If you want a.good ?���-;���.;.[?'', Plftuvit will pay you to ^ive us a call, U
ftl\ Wo aro Staltmi/mtjzv-$'��� ' ���'"���<���', co .above and ot-Vt^t* RoSUitvlo Mutetsw- VVc w
l''il/4;i'.'ald, wliu   wai) liilli/d at tlipHS " . ..,"���.' , xi,,   .      ���
,, , .        ,       .       ,. *>> ��l��o OKii-ry      .,   Victor  Urui-i-vopftono uou Victr*:.>i*if>,
;M.M.-ii'r Ki cr  laH'^ini;  L/innp   on fl'j T
April I fill, l\M, ''viu.���\-.iu:- iy "���'" '��������-
Au...-uumS,!W,i���Hnim .....t.,u:||? niinsii^nre1*- ('";-
und nil   ; n.iirt dm. tin,    ..'luiO^ WunS��U_Ull -..
v ,   P.
*      *���������
IJ Our Fall Cook ;
Ij op-ncd up Vi \\':.- i
W Of;!  Wl'fi   '���-;���.��; -.:���-:���   i*
unit nil   iii'riiiinii.  Uiiu nm    I" lnu-'��� iv
jnii.it In   |<ii'K<)ntcfl and |in.d, ;<> ���-��� |j
iirrtiv! ly i..)i .yr tji'jori! Jin: Lst dii)
pi' Novi'iubur, J.Wl./i.
W. \V.  Wiijard
<)|)iciiil Adininisiriitoi
(E.'iuiiI"t!m,��!j H. C.
I IKK t.\i MAILS l*\i>
Tin; follow in';   if. thvsi-L'.'.lnl.lJij
for tin; ;urival ;>,id  th,;v��rtun;  <���,' 'Ai
the mails*   - IjOt
f\ln i\K    i   .....���'.i. ...  .     .'      . . .,-���    j-.     .      , ,
Arrivt; Thinndny at, . . is.'so u-'u. i'' ���;
Arrive Satiud.iy at ... H,v;o n.m, I"' j
T-��})a'<t VVcdn: ;d.iy .... at y a.m.
vrra^e" Church St, Watiaimo   B.C.
��� ������- :'./.:;_.";':-..l'.-j.�� r-. *,�� /.���:,.-'Vjffi2 *. ��� ;i**'Br_^*0'a_: t^jiam-y.wfiri'-w.s
. '    .hiving by every boat.     Wo havo just PJ;
. v*<' of Ladies' Blouses in  French Flan
Ir.ible culls in all colors.   'Hiesc are &jjn
!;!'v:v:';: line at $v^o nnrl ��a.oo     W
,..^_��l__;.'���vj_:^ai��-w_i��.i-*'Uj>w ,'.iv- 'im ,>.^-o.-,t>W) Jv-fi-'i^^w-iw-.A-v !i.��.#,jr;_.r��. ������'."��*!**>.,.���.-�� ,.(,.*.. -��� V'i4^--_/n:^tMU75��,-iii*.t-iv.iJn��r.'^iu]r
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��V *tr-*rv *m*m
1 ��.n'i'i   ..><���,-^-jm.fMtmar'-aiVrmam
V, 0, BOX <4tlS
BLlQtih 20,..,
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m* ... .i.mf ��� i  T��l'*i,��J''*"-l;l��i#i*
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al. 4,,hu |>t;o^4s
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��� *. ���;    t,   'i'ViMiin   \yn'T       VOU SOOlnd  S<'0  X'M
,-��� yruir wint-.-r blankets, as we consicl-
ae on the '.n.olcet (or the money,
at $4.50 to $7.50 per pair,
*v\! l/>
Wide a-aakc ui'-ii-luuii;-- cvcrywlii'ic nre rcr.aliz.injj
. ��� .,.,..       .. ,, , ,,..,.
Ul lnui.'��jjU��,>;t����'j.i i-,;id    vis'li *,'-0.      1 iiC   ''O^fuiu ,
v/a:* built purj'Oxciv fi,r lij<ht delivery, 1ms a car-
ryitij^ en j ���;),(..*! 1 y 01'Hon to iono lbs., :nul corda only
.$iot;,u.     ii will do mole v:(i!'k than iv;,, )\o 1.u* dc-
ynu w.iiu h am
,ti,'     ill     :'i\li.i ���
C���tsr,*, or liiink^, Ir) 'I It-** Hi*; .Ver-.   I
Jl.ivc thf' l*��r,,��*-, 1 nmJ mint   ��� .iinj-'ru*
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