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The Cumberland News Jun 12, 1912

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IW.WirillHI 11 I, am. ,1 Will, II ���������   Iii   )   I'I .11   ii ��������� ��������� .1'  ��������� _������ '   ' _ j.m      m       Atm. ___...������_    I row^ BrjsafflBsamaDHSiaassni^^  -f^gg^ggpm? *S, Ian  i  Men's Straw Sailors iu the very latest shapes al ������2.50  Men's Stiff Hats, very nobby in fine fur felt   '  gujuv.nteed quality $2.25  Men's Fine Shlrls���������r������ the very" newest  shades  and  patterns, full length sleeves and easy fillers r.25 & i.c0  Men's Fancy HoMery���������Iu summer shades in leading  .  colors at every price.  Men's Summer Underwear, Fine Balbriggan, in pink  and blue; also iruuk underwear in fine strong mesh.  Neckwear���������A bewildering variety in al!   the fewest  shades and shapes., and at popular prices.  ,/S'-'^=Cr���������  -^ 'mm- -^SS* J  . ���������        ..-.-.. -���������*    ��������� Jig  ���������:~CLOTHING-:  We fit all and at every price,  Our Grocery- Dept., is stocked with  ;   - .nothing but the choicest. '  GIVE US ATRIAL ORDER. '   1    w   A^^i _l_  !  FOR  TOVESi  AND  NOES  Furnitiire&iid Householi  Supplies  *  ij>ath  Lavatories,  **vJ>:\ ...:  YS_.?fii ���������-*'��������� v  Phone 10  F. 0.  Box 100  il.i,  ;    i*^������:*-Y?)\-    III  to ' i*v*'.*^%*i<-'->sY~''i\   -h  hi. J; .^^Y������w~_>Yr"f\ i-A-,)-t-   j5 _;__x____a$,_  -^������^rn������.^AMM������iiiAVMirivrHm'n  Oil.  ���������.-^^���������.^.^^.s^^^^  mbing  applies  Iwi i4 Vm Fl. S lis 8*  The   Cumberland Department Stores  (bate J. N. McLeod)  Direct Importers.  This store is now being extended  and several new derailments will !>������_  added and shortly be opened np wiih  a large and select fctock of everything  appertaining to a gcnernl busine.-,,  and it will be the aim of the manage  ment to give the Public first-class  goods at the lowest possible prices.  W. A. Wagenhauser  ���������AND���������-  F..P, Onate  'l'l-OPKIKToRS  Corner of First St and Dnnsmuir Ave  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  S2W!*U!U_n! t*&fV!.,a^u**<-iimt--'-^tva. ���������  THE- CANADIAN BANK   //__-&*._"nr-*\ _������__*���������_?_?_. _r_ _ n.-.--.. _ _=_. *_.^__  TV  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  WiEKV.  REST, $12,500,000  hPI^BP p. fo  UAH ������������������*   '        " -~* * *��������� M-m    ���������   *| MONEY;ORDERS*  N\       -J:,"**������������-���������<=^*=^!������"^^^������������c:**ia���������^^  ���������*    ^      pavab e \v Uiout c ni-o-n .,f ..������������������ k��������� ,1   ���������    /-.       ,    ,;'J,V>*     -i������tM. u.oti;--,  Solicitor tor <]uf'BMcl;ii.t, J.Lr.  C.  U'u"lj:1g*  SITUATION WANTED as  cool; or., general .house*keeper.  Apply this office.  ' '     The li.anageis  of,St.' George's  AI h.J  W.    ,,-vden   and   l.ttlo ProshyUidan   church   havo   lL���������  d������..fil.ter loft   lor  tlnor hum,,   ,,t|81Ui(1 ,    lho ^ A J;,     |(  .  v ic...nn mi ..Smi 11 i*i Hi.   ,i_i     Ar.-*.-         Vietoiia on Saturday last, Mrs.  ftrydun will return when tho  camping fO'ason opons.  .Building openitions aro in full  swing in Ciiinhorlin.id. Mr Jiw.  d'arUmu', of Cdinox, i������ tlio <hiii-  Iriic'ior for tho Peneoy .huildiiig,'  nnd Kiirtiii Bnis,, ul' (Joiirtoiiuy,  for tho Seavni'do   building,  Tho output of local conl niinoB  for tho month of May was .L7,SG<1  tons. ..-������������������"���������'���������''  .Miss ftU'Doimld, 'hoolckeopor at  vViigoiiliiinsur & Outti'i. general  Bloi'o, inleiidi. leaviiig for lier  hiiino in Nova Seotin next niontli,  Wn rogrol the cuiitchiplated do-  partiiiQ iii the near fiitii'ru of  principal Boyor of our public.)  bcIiooI from uniting ns. Ho Imn  'ulwuyti tiilieii 1111" aulivu interest in  Iho nil'iiiis ol' our city, and will ho  greatly inioajd, in church and  Bo'ciuloii'idof*. Wo wish him ovory  H lo.'oss in wh:ituver lino oi biisi-  iiciji. ho may in future  ongugo in.  Ul'. 1), ti. .Koriv chwitiHt, will  ho at.Cuiiilierlaud Iloto)  for   two  M'n.il-r.    \,  n  1 n. i*  J -nl.  sic Co., for thi price of an organ  iin-tallcd by that company in the  Prusliytorun church. This in  'struuiont was rold by Mr. I). A  Thomas, ropron^-nting the ab.ive  company, ns n pipe organ, and an  it .is not a pipe organ, the uiiin-  ugui'KTiTui.0 tn accept the siiiiu..  witli the result that a Supremo  Court-.siimnioua has been served  011 the chiiirniiin 'nnd tecrntnry of  tho board.  Jilii.8 Lucas, hdyklacpiir at tin  dig Store, intonds having fchort-  ly for her homo nt Victoria on a  ihivu-iiioiilhrt vuealioii,  K, Aho Iuh piii'chiisoil half of  Mr. PcneoN'a' lot iidiuiiiinu liis  now building, for which ho paid  Si(H)O. Uo iutondfi shortly tno  erection of a Ht'������ro building; in  which he will carry on a gcnonil  bu.siiie.H.  A   Board of Trado was   fornic.  iatlii) City Hull on Tuesday o,vn*  ing.    The lollowiug oHii-ors .won*  elected:--1'iv.sidoiit, .1,   N.   McLeod; Vice, W, Laurence; Secre  tnry, K. W, Bickle; Treamnvi*, W  "������������������leetina  i*  nrS't)  Ilie Counci  The Ciiy Council met in special  session on Monday.evening, there  being prosoul Aldermen Maxwell.  Cessford, Canipuoll,; - Beveredju*  and thtvinnyor.  Several .conimunica'tioiis were  received, and eoino"of tlieiu tabled  until night ot*'regular   mooting.  Account's amounting to $30*L8I.  wero received nnd passed 'ovor to  Finance, Committee.'  C<-������nstablo.<"��������� i*:������y'rt report;���������   *  Scavenger, 3 ��������� 1 S1.7D;; Nigh t Pol ice-  12.50: Isolation   Hospital, 2o.()0,|  DogTiix, .lil.OO; i!u;u! Tax, 0.00;  PiLsoiier Brewii.g Co.   5.00;'Hull  Rent, 10,00.   *���������  Tex l'Visler linked pi'i'iiiissio'n lo  hold a boxing coiiit'tU���������perinis-  simi granted.  A list of band iiiBlruini'iils  waa prcf-enlod,  T. K. Bute on behalf of l>i o|  July spoitrf eommitteo, asked for  a doiifition of $100, After Konio  diacUHfion tho amount  wnu grant-  Mr. Bertram in  the iibt'oiico, ei  for filling in purjioses  Council adjourned.  Don't, forget the bazaar, to be  held in the Cnnibeiland Hall  on next.' Tuesday June 181I1. A  dance will follow in the evening  and n w.o'A ci joyable time i*.  assured to all.  Mr. S. Cowan of Victoria; will  relieve Miss Lucafi a." book-keep  er in the Big S.ore. Miss Lucas  leaves this week 'ou a well earned  holiday to Vie'oria.  -*,. A.ln'gh class concert of vocal  and iiisti'iimcntal music will be  held in the Presbyterian Church  on next Monday evening,  PoitMauii, the terminus of  the C N, R. is making rapid  stride**. Steps \ii.l be takt-n at.  ll,i<,: next meeting to ask the Do  minion Government   to establish  . it  the following rates  $0 and under     3 ccnta  Ovei*    5 find not exceeding $.10    G  "     10      " " 30 30  *."     30 . ���������   "    ' " 50 *..."...,IS  -      REMITTANCES  ABROAD  Bhould bo-mndo by means of our SPECIAL  FOREIGN  DRAKXS nnd  h**ONI-',V  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates.  CUMBEBLAWD BJ'.ANOH W. T, WIWTF.,   MriHiit-nt-  C.U  Mine Managers'  ���������.    Examination  -o -  The examination for ���������mine  malingers was lu Id at the Court  House 011 May the 7th, 8th and  Oth,   and   was    conduced    by  Inspector Newton ancLiiiine man. - '*-���������*���������->��������� -vm-vim-u aim re  tigers   R. Henderson aiid J.  II inmiished and will be run   as   .  McMillan. j fust.** class tourist and  com uu-re i  The   second   class   ci-rtificn*cU,'hoi������,f  .was awarded to R. VV. Mayor.  CARD.  Mr. ]. B. Hi dines desire:* lo  thank the public who >o kindly  gave him their patronage at the  P"j-t Augusta Hotel and beg to  solicit on behalf of Mr. and'Mr.****".  Cottington, tho new tenants, a  continuance of those favors, 'J he  house has been renovated and re-  Third  class   certificates  were  awarded lo  J, Dautlo, ,(), Cray,  a custom house nnd inland   re*   W. Cleaves, li.   Johnston,' W.7\'  Kiigineer   Kohurtrf puwiiiid   (|.(  lllllll  (if ])lll|!������iyillM*     ������\ .������-.      rfin.  M  COUNTY COURT  I), Ivilpatricl*; vn (3, Cuviillero  IIM     , '     -   i  mi r.11. .vj.ii 1,.  Tlllh (H'finli  i"|i|m  fort) Hi*. Honor Judge  Hurl.  j'i','   Will to. ��������� Wo   are    in    hojvs j nv.idi* for eeiut'!;'. .-Ill -.,..,,. .*,   .<��������� ,  1 that thin oi-gani7,'iti*;,n  may provo. preKiited un c*iininli.   ol  aiiMumt  more of a permanency than othuiri uf ft Ding and   cement   work   it*.  we havo had in thi**; town. |<)iiired for ciniislru.ctiug  the walk.  j,xt\    \'.iiii*.(Mi-. I'neie oejiig no rocd; u'urk to  ��������� 11-  ,   /.,,   '0 1 ��������� ��������� ...  enuo ofllce here. The lirst, ii,  coming freight over the new line  arrived hist, Thursday froin I lope  It consisted of eight carloads of  corns'motor*.' 011 Hi is,  Dr Millard, of Oourlenity, hns  plaeed an order for a Hue new  live pnsFcnger "Oakland" (miring  C r.  Chirk. Wm, N.'iison,  T. ICccU-s-  t.on, Robl. Walker.  Hon't forget to attend the show  in the Cumberland Hall on Sat.,  181 h; every 15c paid entitles you  lo a chance 011 a #50 diamond  ring.  KOI.SAJ.K���������Onr. gasoline  launch, 10 h, p. engine, 30 ket-  6 inches long; 7<S ft, beam, cabin  to hold 25 passengers An up-  j to-date boat, Terms can be given" if necessary. A snap, Knquiio  at this office.   , ,  #  Dr, (..illlospiowill leave lave.on  .lul(y IHth, and 'is liisptufillg ol his  hoi Hihold fiiriiitnre and elfcctH by  priviito ���������paki.  Kimmlmm*mam^!Xm*m^^  pi ,;  mm"**.fif*^*ri.m*f.ff*m*MxMm.**^  ���������i  '.'IM  tl      M      V  ver iu ri vi  Al  jjAi'.A ft  l.i.MKh (.OATS  In llii.iM* ixai'iii il.ivfi ynu ������.-iiii nii'i.ftliinjf cki! lo  ni'.ir, 'I hex. (null a a* always -semre.<.l.le and  ������c;ll m.uli������.    I'tii-i's "ii ;<5  MKN'S  ^TlKCIYsriTS  Tluse |'i'|iiiiai  sijicit v-cu: n.nttc t-N|>. .:_.stj*it for lbi,s  Ladies' Skirts  In a variiHynf stylr-i  no nia'.Kr uliat  your i.t>Ic  may Ix* vim .-ht mut: of findinj* a jiain.i.'Dt   lli.ll v.ill  pleura: yon in ilu. Hilctiioa.    Thev 1 -.on. in i*a-cp*iIs-  ,',,,.,,..in, ���������r.i^i--., v.ui-iciis,   (aiKiy Mjitinj'N,  ?.nun,I  and many oiln.-i niaiiii.ils i-aiifjinj! from 52.50 up. ^������������������p  ������w  THE IS^WS. CUMBERLAND, B. a  IN THE  B  By L, 6. MOBERLY  Author,of  "Dan and  Another," "A. Tangled  Web,"    "Sin of Allso,.  Deer-  lng,"  etc.,  etc.  WARD,  LOOK   ft  CO.,  LIMITED  London, Melbourne and   Toronto.  (Continued).  "What lias slie sot, lo do with It?"  Dyneeourf. asked eoldly,1 his eyes Hash-  ing ominously at Tritlon's fumillur in-  sol-unco In .speaking of Iho woinun he  loved.  *���������'.'.Veil. I'm afraid she'll Ilnd slip's  pot a good deal to do..witli it, or vie  ther her husband lias, and that conies  to ,tlie same thing, doesn't It, now hound she are one?"  Tritton winked again, and Dynecourt clenched the hand thai burnt to  seize"the smiling speaker's throat and  choke hini. For a, moment the surgeon "saw red;" the lust of killing  rased within him; nothing in heaven  or earth seemed of so much importance as blotting out that Hallow, smiling visage, and silencing tfat prating  tongue. Only a, long habit of self-  restraint, kept him seated Quietly In  his chair, his Hashing eyes,' and tiie  dull colour, in his cheeks, the only  outward signs of the raging storm  within, liut he could not speak, words  refused to come, and Tritton went on  jauntily. ( -.*-.".,, * ,  ''My tertiant at Ilari'dhurst sent me a  loiter this morn ing���������* it's a jolly Queer  tiling altogether. But that letter has  lain for years in my mother's work-  "tahle, in'a drawer of whose very existence 1 never knew! This chap Bevan, the artist fellow who has tlie  cottage, was painting some girl���������awful chaps for girls, these artists!"--  the loathsome wink again accompanied tlie words���������"and the girl seems  to have been messing about in the  work-table, and finds a secret drawer.  Devilish rum thing, but in that drawer there was a-letter from my mother  to old Sir George Hernesley, and Bevan sent it me." .  "Well!" Dynecourt answered curtly, when the excited voice paused. '  " "Well, so of course I opened it, and  by Jove���������"  "You opened    It?    I    should have  ��������� thought Sir George's heir, Sir Miles  Hernesley, was tlie    person to have  opened the letter.   To send it to him  would have been the square thing."  "Oh! would it?" again came that  odious wink,. "Well it's a jolly good  thing I didn't do what you/consider  ���������"th e-^sq-uare���������tiling-.-*���������I-wonder-if���������Sir-  Miles would have done 'the square  thing' by me if this letter had happened to' tumble into his hands before  It gpt to mine. Not likely, I should  say, from my knowledge of the world."  "You don't mean to say that the  letter, that Sir Miles������������������" Dynecourt  stumbled over his "phrases, a terrible  suspicion rushing into his mind,  "what do you mean?" he added lamely.  , "What doY mean? Why, I mean  this, that if everything in this letter  turns out to bo true, and I havenjt  much doubt, it will, there won't be  any Sir Miles Hernesley at all!  There'll be a Sir Denis Hernesley instead. "What do you think of that,,  eh? I'm a Hernesley, my good chap,  I'm a Hernesley, and I'm afraid I'm  going to put poor old Milcs'vnoso out  of joint!"  "Good God!"  "Ah! 1 thought. I'd. glvo you a bit  ot a surprise. Funny, topsy-turvy  sort of world this is, Isn't it?"   Trit  ton chuckled hoarsely too absorbed  in his own excitement"to observe how  greatly Dynecourt had been moved  by his revelation. '���������Lord knows why  my mother .must needs go and hide  a letter like Ihat in her work-table,  why she didn't go straight to old Sir  George with her story, and have- it  properly looked into, But she was  always cowed and nervous, never  could make up her mind to take tiny  dellnito steps about anything, no decision in her character."  "What, does this letter tell you?".  Dynecourt managed to ask,  "It tells me, or rather it tells poor  old Sir George," Tritton laughed jocularly, "that my mother had believed herself io be legally married to  Sir-George's son, until her husband  repudiated her, declared the marriage  to be no ijuu-riuge, and went off to  Australia. She says she did not dare  lo������go up to tlie court with her story,  not knowing- what, to believe, and  fearing Sir George's anger, She was  always afraid of everything! If only  she had told me all this, 1 would  have ferreted out the truth, as 1 menu  to do now." '., ���������  "Thon you are not cerlain of your  facts?"  "Certain enough to, put if all before Sir'Allies; and certain enough to  get old Soames to look up all the  missing links for me, My mother  gives the date of the supposed marriage, and every detail about the  church and witnesses, She ran away  to be married to my lather. She  was a farmer's daughter somewhere  iu the West, and she came up to  London, met. my father, and married  him."  "But. he repudiated her afterwards?" o*.  "So she says in this letter."  "Perhaps���������he was already.married,  ���������when he-went through the form of  ���������marriage wit1.-, her?" Dynecourt said  slowly, a. hope of which he was ashamed springing anew within him.  "Perhaps he was, perhaps he  wasn't" Tritton replied doggedly. "1  shall move heaven and earth to get  my rights, 1 promise you that, and  if that precious Miles is all they say  he is, he'll have the common decency  to do something for me, even if my  mother was cheated into a  marriage."  :. "Sir Miles has the character  ing a very upright man," the,;  TRADE  WITH   NEW  ZEALAND  *'. A bite of this and a taste of that, all day '  long, dulls, the appetite and weakens* tho .  digestion. "I *���������'���������'  Restore your stomach to healthy vigor  by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet  after each meal ���������andout out the'piecing',  Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets  are lhe b_..t friends for sufferers from  indigestion and dyspepsia.   50c. a Box  at   your -.Druggist's. ���������     Made   by   the  National   Drag  and. Chemical   Co.   of  Canada, limited,  1 .9  WOMAN'S MOST  SUCCESSFUL  MEDICINE  Known AU Over The World  ���������Known Only For The  Good It Has Done.  Wo know of no other medicino whicli  hus been so successful in relieving the  BUlferingof women, or received so riuiiiy  genuine testimonial.., us litis Lydia J_,  Pinkhum'fl Vegetable Compound,  In nearly every community you will  find women who , i&vo beun restored to  health by this f unions medicino. AlmoHt  every woman you meet Knows of Uio  Kreat good it lias boon doing among suffer lnu women for the |>uBt UO yours.  Fox Creek, N, H,-"I huvo always  hnd puliiH in tho abdomen and a weak-  liens there und often  nfter meals u soro-  no.s In my sloinm.li,  Lydlf. K. Pinkham's  VcgctublcCompound j  has dono tno much  good. I nm stronger, I  di,:<Y!.n  in   better'  and 1 enn wnrlc with (  ambition,   1 havo  encouraged  mnny  mothers of fumlli.a  to take It us it in tlm  best remedy in tho world. You tan publish this in the ymju*rs.,,-Mrfl. William  B, Boukqub, Fox Creuk, N. Ii,  Tn tlio Pinkham Laboratory nt Lynn,  Mas.,, are files containing hundreds of  thorn-muds of letter*, from women (seeking health, in which many openly Mala  ovr (heir own slgnatur**** that theybuv*  regained their health by tuking Lydia K.  Vinlvhnm'*. VegetHble Compound, mnny  of whom Htuto that it bas saved then  from mirjricu. operations.  mock  of he-  words  came .stiffly,- almost as if Dynecourt  felt forced to utter them.  "The more upright the better, .as  far as I am concerned," Tritton said  Hippantly. "Of course I'm sorry for  hini, and for Dorothy, if I come,,out  on top���������hut���������there you are, fortune  of war, don't you know?"     "  "I have no doubt Lady Hernesley  will entirely endorse anything her  husband thinks well' to do," Dynecourt. answered stiffly, the blood surging to his head again as Dorothy's  name fell .from the other's lips;  "meanwhile, I suppose you will send  your mother's letter to Sir Miles."  ���������"Nc^mrorc'~Tri^  surgeon, "he may be as upright as a  poplar tree, but I don't see myself  trusting all my chances in his hands,  It's all very line your talking about  the 'square thing,' but. one has to  take the world as,one iinds it, and  we aren't all.'square' here."  "It's all very lino your talking about  the 'square thing'!" The words  hummed' iu Dynecourt's braiii, till,  for very bitterness, he'could almost  have laughed. Tritton was right. It  was very fine, very flno' indeed, for  him to talk of doing the square thing  when he had tacitly aided, and abetted Soames the lawyer in *' suppressing information that Sir Miles should  have had long ago, How much did  Soames really know, he wondered.  Had tho solicitor any idea that his  own insignificant cleric was, in all  probability, the truo heir to Mansmere; ihe person who ought, to stand  In Sir Miles' shoes, and inherit the  fortune'.  Inherit the fortune   Dynecourt winced over that re-  (lection, and Tritton's harsh voice  penetrated again to his understanding, through tlio tangle of thought  and speculation.  "So I've mado up my mind to wrlto  and tell Miles lJornosley what. I've  discovered, and meanwhile, my own  old boss can bunt things up n hit  for mo, Soames isn't a bad lawyer,  though T rather fancy ho can go In  for sharp practice when he likes!  Well, tho sharper tho better for mo  over tills job."  "r "   Dynecourt;    moistened  his  lips, congratulations struck in his  throat, yet ho (nit that tho man who  was standing up, ready for departure,  expected HomothluK of tho sort, "I  hope*���������everything will turn out as you  expect," be said, feeling that tho  words were Inadequate,  - "I think it will bo all right," Tritton laughed, a confident, oiickling  laugh. "I'll let. you know all thai:  luip|)ons---So long!"  "Vou expect. It will ho all right, do  you, you Helf-oplnlated bounder,"  Dyiiecoiirf muttered Huvugely when  tho door had closed on IiIh unwelcome palleiil, "And If It Ih all right,  for you, what about. Miles Hemes-  ley's fortune? und what, about Dorothy? uinl--where am 1 going to  come In?"  Ah! where indeed?  niyself,"  he  added  with  a  supercilious smile.  "..\siness~--into���������my hands?" Mr,  Soames' little grey eyes looked the  young man up und down as though  he had been some new and strange  kind of anirna'. "Whose*' business?  What business?" - ������ * . '    '  "Mine," TriUon answered. with a  repetition of the smile that so irritated Mr.1 Soilines. "I bave every  reason to suppose that -I. might lay  claim to a property in another person's hands, nnd 1 thought 1 would  consult you aa to the best way of  making, the necessary investigations." .,       '���������*'...'"  The solicitor was an adept at concealing his feelings, and not a muscle  of.his face Changed during his cljjrk's  speech, but a close observer ol. "the.  human countenance would.have seen  that a curious expression crept into  his eyes, the expression of nn ..animal  that sees itself on the point of being  baffled of Iti piey. Dut there was no  trace of either surprise or annoyance  in his voice a*;, he said quietly**���������  "Dear me, tliat is a very Jinterest-  ing, and���������-unexpected piece of* news.  Have you had the information from  a reliable quarter? And���������what has  hitherto kept you out of your rightful property?"  "A letter lias- turned up." "Mr.  Soames' cool, ruther sarcastic reception of ..his .great news had a ' subduing* effect upop bis clerl_, aud the  young man's tone was less jaunty,  "t have*a little collage near Hand-  burst, and my tenant has discovered  *an-old-letl,ei*���������in-ar-work-tah!8;-a-let-  ter written by my mother."'  "Oh, indeed!" Mr. Soames' voice  was still frigid, but his hand closed  like a vice oyer the pen he held, and  snapped the fragile thing, "A letter  ���������addressed to you?" ,  "Well, no���������not exactly lo ihe."  Tritton hesitated aud shuflled his  feet awkwardly. "My. mother wrote  the letter to a man who's dead, and  I thought it was my business to open  it. I should say it was my business,  to," he added with a defiant renieni-  berance of Avhat Oliver Dynecourt  had said to hint.  "And for whom was the letter really intended?" The. incisivo scorn of  tlio voice effectually concealed the  lawyer's very.real perturbation.  . "The ".envelope was addressed to  Sir George Hernesley, Mananiuro  Court."  "Then presumably it would have  boen best to' send the loiter to Sir  George's successor and nephew,' Sir  Miles."  "Ah! that's the surface view."  Tritton's courage was returning, and  with it his jaunty fuceflousnoiis,  "But whnt, would you say if I told  you that I was a nearer relation to  Sir Georgo than the man who succeeded him? What would you -say if  I oould provo 1 was his grandson."  Tritton llafferod himself that this  peroration was a triumph of art, and  Its apparently cold reception by Mr.  Soames bullied and disappointed hlui,  Could bo have seen the turmoil of  annoyance and disgust tliat, raged  within the lawyer's breast, ho would  havo felt, that ho had not failed to  make his effect:, But tho lawyer'allowed no sign of (lie inward turmoil  to appear in his small oyes or In his  quiet, almost Indifferent manner.  "Well, well, Tritton," ho said, "of  courso all thin In most curious und  interesting, But what grounds have  you for HuppoHlng yourself to be old  Sir (loorgo'n grandson? And again  let ino ask you---whero urn your  proofs?"  "My mother's letter In pretty woll  proof positive Ihat she was Ilie wlfo  of Kir George's non," Trllton exclaimed excitedly. "Thut letter of bors  would convince any honourably minded mnu that. 1 havo a claim on lhe  Hernesley properly. l-Yoni what I  have heard of'him, Sir .Miles Is tho  sort of iiiiui who bus a fairly  Canada Sending  Many  Manufactures  and Buying Much Butter.  Imports from Canada into New  Zealand during the year 1911" were  $108,200 in excess of those for 1910,  says Mr. W, A. Bcddoe, Canadian  Trade Commissioner, writing from  Auckland on Feb, 16.lt to the Department of Trade and Cpmmerce, There  may be some variation in the figures,  hut they will bo larger, not sunaller,  whan all returns are in. Articles Imported from Canada during- the last  quarter���������October, Noveniwr and December. 1911���������bad a valuo of $451',-.  r*0r>, and covered 107 items, of whicli  ���������12 were entitled to preferential treatment, As to the remainder, agricultural Implements and plain and barbed wire, of which largo quantities  were imported,, enter freo. The preference affects thoso articles, such as  paper, flab and furniture. ... ���������  *', Tho feature of the season, Mr. Bed-  doe adds, has. been tho rapid growth  of the export of butter from New  Zealand to Vancouver. This trade  has exceeded the most sanguine 'expectations of the merchants, their resources having been taxed to the utmost to meet" the great, demand from  tho Canadian0, market. Up to this  tlmo last, season only 2,958 boxes of  butter bad been sent to Vancouver,  whereas Hie total for .. this season  stands at 19,926 boxes. '   ' ���������>     *."'*,  a narrow unghued open-  wall through which the  see the elevation of the  look for; '_''  THE BLUE PACKACfc  Mt CAREFOLTO  SEE THAT LAB EL ON  PACKAGE IS  BLUE.  HO OTHER COLOR EVER USED ON  ROYALYEAST  REMEMBER THE COLOR BLUE  E.W,GILLETTOaLTO  w, .TORONTO.- ONT>  Nothing  Doing.  "Guess I'll take a band In this poker gamo.   Gimmo $4 worth ot chips."  "Nothing doing for you. Wall  street is thoplace for tho small investor," '  When Leprosy Was Prevalent  "Leprosy, of course, was common in  England during tho middle ages. Old  leper hospitals and leper burial pits  existed in many places. 3\iost. old  churches . luive a leper's__wind6w in  the chancel,  ing- in .the  leper might,  host.  On Saturday last the clerk of ihe  Liskeard Board of Guardians reported that he had found that at ono  time there was a leper hospital in  the neighboring parish or Uodwin,  and that the land belonging to it are  now let for St. Lawrence Fair, one  of Cornwall's popular annual festivities. At now appears that tho revenue of the estate of the St. Lawrence Hospital were directed generations ago. by the Court of Chancery,  to bo paid {,-> tho treasurer for the  time being of the Cornwall Infirmary  at Truro to be primarily, applied i.o  the proper accommodation therein of  leprous persons.  The income of the St. T_awrence  estate is still paid to the Truro Infirmary, and the Liskeard Guardians  have sent full particulars to its authorities of WoUington's case'asking  ihem to take charge of if., '.**'���������"���������*  Larry: ������I think Professor What's-  his-name, in Shakespeare, ho brings  things homo to you that you never  saw beforo.  ' Marry: Huh I've got a lauudryman  as good us that.  Oupe  nutcl.ly stops coui������b_, cure.-, colds, beols  th������ throat upd lunds -      US ceutai.  In M79 the "KulenrtKi* of Shopar-  d'es" appeared. This (says a writer)  was the lirst almanac primed in England.  We're always ready to get a little  bit down on the chap who remedies  his faults without ever saying a word  about them!  Sugar a    leart Stimulant.  Sugar has hud Ita. champions .as  well us its opponents. Its advocates  have decmred that, aside from iu  nourishing value, it carries with it a  quick stimulation that is without usr>  ccptible reaction.  "On the other side," says the 'Ba- .  ker's Weekly, "wo have had radical  utterances connecting sugar with  fconio of the most incurable o'f organic  diseases. But an English physician  recently contended that cano BUgar  i:. almo. I. a spccllto in tho treatment  of certain diseases of tlio heart.  Emphasis  is  laid  upon  cane  sugar."  Dr. K. 3, Locke, of King's College,  London, has kept the heart of a mammal beating for oiglhy to ninety-  hours after death of the animal simply by keeping the heart *mu-_cles  sprinkled with powdered canesuger.  "heset latter experiments witb. cam**  sugar,' especially with refcrenco to dl  lation of tlie heart muscles, show that  in numerous cases.enrts havo been  effc-cred that are ut three or four  year's standing.  Recall of Umpire's Decisions.  Here is a'way of adding to the attractiveness of our national game.  ���������Somo���������off setting���������economy���������*-of---time;  could be had in reduction of innings  lo sever.. "Striker out," the umpire  declares. "Doubt it," shout the spectators. "How many challenge that  decision?" cries the megaphone man;  a hundred rise, as the instantaneous,  electrical tabulator reveals. A test  vote��������� is or Jored, All in favor of the  umpire's decision stand. Counted.  Opposed stand Counted. TJie decision rendered, and tbe game proceeds,  The umpire would ntlll be a convenience. He could announce the uncontested things, Public sentiment  would protect lilm in going somewhat further, Everybody would want  to "play ball," Fanciful or captious  challenges of his decisions would bo-  como unpopular. Tbo , burden of  proof ��������������������������� would eventually: find lodgo-  ment on tho critics. Perhaps his  position would be more1'secure than  nqwl Who knows? Let us try IT!������������������  Boston Ilerald,  A GOOD MEDICINE  FOR THE SPRING  Do Not' Use Harsh Purgatives���������-A  Tonic Is All You Need.  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite well. Thatt is tho way most  people feel in the spring. Easily  tired, appjtito tickle, sometimes  headaches, and a feeling of depression. Pimples or eruptions may appear on the skin, or there may be  twinges-of rheumatism or neuralgia,  Any of these indicate, that tho blood  is out of order���������that the indoor life  of, winter has let', its mark upon you  and may easily develop into more  serious trouble.  ftot~dos"e"youiTelfYvrih'"i^uTga:  as so many people do, in the  I always use  WINDSOR  Table Salt*  roiT can't reasonably expect to wake ft Hpht,  flaky pic-crust, if the bait you use is gritty,  lumpy and bitter.  W. N, U. No. R03,  CHAPTER XI,  Tritton Demands to be  Righted.  Mr, HonmoH glanced at bin Junior  chirk with a. surprise hu did not. nt-  tempt to r.oncenl. Tho young niiin'i.  Juunty air wns so entirely nullko his  \i:<m\ (i.i-r-V'-'f'l.'.'.W.n ;.;..;.i���������i !!,���������. IY  it moment be hnd nn unplonminl pu������.  plclon Unit Trltlon nniHt huvo been  drinking, Hut a second glaneo at  Trltlon showed him that there was  no foundation for suspicion of tills  nature, nnd be wuh preparing io snub  v.';;.. .';: !:.'*: ������������������.".'.���������'; -.'-..' ' ,* ",''  "young Trii ton's beastly cheek,"  when tho clerk himself opened tho  conversation, nfter laying hoiho work  he bad completed beforo tho solicitor.  "I am glad of,.(his ohnneo of speak-  linr to yon, sir," he snld, sflll wllh  ihut Jaunty nir which gavo mieli offence to bis superior. "T should  llkt*,"-be elcnrrd his ihroitt nml  | Jerked up IiIh collar with his long  ; thin (lug* I'K-'i am anxious to put  ���������homo btiHlnoHH Into your linndH*--noinn  rather  Important  biiHinesH,   1   duller  glintted iden of honour, nud  I  he'll seo me righted."  (To he Continued,)  exag-  guess  The First Savings Bank.  Tho hundredth anniversary of the  founding of tbo first savings bank of  tho inodorn typo waa celebrated last  year. Tho founder was a Presbyterian vlllago pastor, Tho minister of  a church-at lluthweli, Scotland, .distressed at seeing tbo wastefulness of  tho laboring peoplo in his parish, offered in tbo year 18.1.0 to pny 5 por  cont. Interest, to anybody who would  leave savings with blip.  *'* Tho minister, tho Hev, llonry Duncan, had tho financial gonlus to make  a go of bis original project, and ho  wan ablo a fow years later to rocord  tn a pamphlet on "A Parish Savings  Hank' a vory romarknblo betterment  of economic conditions in his neighborhood���������-loss drinking and moro  thrift, The pamphlet, attracted wide  attention, tho experiment was Initiated olsowhoro, and tho vast savings-  bank system of tho civilized world  has sprung rrom hi. root. Tho town  of Hulhwell felt It owed so much to  Mr, Duncan that In tho year 1B-KJ it  erected a public niomintont to IiIh memory.  7TL,ST  tivesi  hope that, you can put your blood right  Purgatives gallop through iho system  and weaken instead of giving  strength. Any doctor will tell you  this is true. What you need in  spring is a tonic Ihat will make new  blood and build up the nerves. Dr.  William's Pink Pills is the"only medicine that can do this speedily, safely and surely. Every dose'of this  medicino makes new blood which  clears th'o.-"skin, strengthens the appetite and makea tired, depressed  men, women and children* bright, active and strong. Mrs. Maude Bagg,  Lemberg, Sask,,, says: "I can unhesitatingly recommend Dr, Williams'  'Pink Pills as a blood' builder and  tonic. I was very much run down  when 1 began using tbo pills, and' n  fow boxes fully restored my health."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from Thtf Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co,. Brockville, Ont.  11*8  is the standby Jit  Ca'iiadiiui  Canada',, -lir.t cooks  ���������won't "cuke  cuoldng anil baking,  BMHHn_B____B  homes,  among  Jnire and fine nnu  l for* the table, for  ' '     "   ' 5������-  AGENTS WANTED.  Write for agency for our special to-  order tailoring for your town,   '."here  is money ln It.   John-Dawson, Ltd.,  Church St., Toronto.  .Tonka: Why on earth did you laugh  so heartily at that ancient jest of  UoremV.  Wise: In self-defence.   '  Jcnlts: In self-defence?  Wise: Yes, if I hadn't laughed so  ho would hnvo repeated tho thing,  thinking I hadn't ������oen tho point,  P DD i ATLANTIC  YY  VirfKJ STEAMSHIPSxJi  jRWABtjyiAlVl  I  Just   .IB  "Huve you n  liul?"  "Vo lint 1 ulnnd In  tor, Ko when I havo  liiglil lie iuls. mo linn  booth."       ,  Comfortable.  spare room In your  wllh lh,.  a guest.  Im.*I.  over-  the  telepiioiK.!  Nerve Cure,  that man who just  (Hi     tltVf'"'     ���������!  fireplace?"    inquired  Who's  Ow>   ���������Mi'ili*   oVf>i*:'  curds into the  ouo wait**;  "Oh," replied  gentleman who  nn by playing tiolllalro."  Mur,  kicked  .,,.!���������   ���������t  From Eiffel Tower to Morocco,  Tbo military wlrolesit telegraphy  station on tbo Eiffel Tower, Paris,  from which communlcatloiiH oan bo  exchanged with Morocco, is going to  have Us rnngo doubled and ils power  Increnscd six-fold.  Attacked by Asthma. The first  fearful sensation Is of suffocation,  which hour by hour becomes moro  desperate and hopoloBs, To bucIi a  caso iho relief afforded by Di*. .1, D.  Kellogg's Asthma Homcdy seems  nothing less than miraculous. Its  help Is, .illicitly uppnrent and soon tbo  dread lul attack is mastered, Tho  iiHthmntlc who has found out, the dependability of this sterling remedy  will nover bo without It. It Is sold  everywhere.  FUTURE CAILINGS  St. John-Liverpool.  Lake Manitoba ..... TIiuih,, ISfnr.  Empress of Uiltaln     KilJay,.Apl.  Lolto Champlaln ,... Thurs.,     "  l'.mpi'CHs of Ireland     Frldny,    ���������".*'  l.ultu Manitoba    '.'burn,,     "  Summer Service.  Montreal ��������� Quebec"��������� Liverpool.  Empress of l.rlluli. ,. Friday, May   a  Lnlte Champliil" ������������������������������������ '.I'hu.B,, May   I)  __nil.r-.HS of Irelund ,. Friday, Mny 17  I.nUo Manitoba  ��������� Thurs,, Mny i'3  KnipreHH of Britain .. Friday, Muy 31  and weekly theronftor.  Low Rate������--8uporl- Service,  ..oho.vntloiiH nnd detnlls from nny  Uallwny ARont or wrlto  J, S. CARTER, Oenl, Apt.  810 Portao* Ave.,  Winnipeg*  Bmnll paper towels ure sold  Yorlfcut 'J5ti for ;10 couts,  in ?,c\v  the oilier, "he's (ho  r!es to rcHt his nerv-  Washington  Let Hubby Do It  "You'd think a girl's parents would  want her to learn to cook beforo sho  married,"  "Oh, I don't know. Why should  tbey supply the raw in,'it<*ilal for hor  to practice oixl"  Some of tho fastest trains In the  world are to bo found lu England nnd  Franco. England bus eight, regular  dally trains wllh speeds of 55,1 to 50,2  miles nn hour, wIioho stop-to-stop  runs aro from-72 to 118 !l-8 miles In  length. Tho Prance roads run four  dully traliiH over a dlutanco of 77 3-1  to 107 1-2 miles at speeds from 50,2  to 01.8 miles an hour.  Canadian Northern Steamships,  Limited.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burnt, Etc.  Red ruins nro very rare, but In  volcanic ronloiiR gray ruin hi eom-  paratively common. Sicily bus had  many showers of this -shade. They  aro cnusod by the upper ntmosphoro  llUIUH "' Oi .i.-wi ( wiiui.ii   .ui(..</ni. mil,,.  from V.Itui Thin du.t le. Infln1te<*.m-  nllv lino and colors tho ruin ns It  ftilis,  Speed ������������������ Steadlne.i ��������� Splendour,  Montreal ��������� Bristol ��������� London,  Gnlllnu from Montrenl.  lUr.R. lloyul (Irnruo Mny 1st dnylljiht  l.,M,K. Iloyul Kilwind   "   IBlh     "  1I,.\I,H, Ki.yul Uco.KO   "   JUItli     "  und   foilnlKhlly   tliai'iifter,  JtiKlH on your tli*l������*t rcuilhnr via  "ltoyni Linn,"  For further pnrth'tiliirs, Jllttntr-at-  nl honltlili', <li-��������� apply nny Itiillwity  or H. H. Afc'i'iU or wrllo <lln*i:t le A.  H, JIiivIm, (lent'inl ABfiit, ^7^ Main  Ht., Winnipeg,  15o a Tin,  lW.!.Ht������rofr������'l><������i wlili������i-fmv InUUtln*  I4N.1* l������ ll.C OIIIOINil. Hi'l JUHT JUM>  Cll r.ANr.11. Will r������mov* inut ..a .Uln������  ���������Ull Mod.,  J'olrolcum lloldH covering n vast  area In Turkestan, extruding to the  Chineao frontier, lmvo recently Ik������>u  surveyed by Profossor lljnlnior SJo-  grcn, of Htockholm.  ���������(a tivs hf-.l i'vr������ niiiiir ,i^fi ,i'i  ,|j!,i,,.i(. rJ ii, ,| vi* ,.*., * 11 '.' *(*!  i ������������������.)(. A\ ni. (iHaiiT-. nr *,mvi ..% '.ir.  Miit.nri   *,iylp  imii  \ni' I  .8 Ii4*.**i Avf .Toronto, Q'iUiiiA  ltuBSln supplier, flrent Hrllaln  lbo groittcr proportion of bcr  iry and eggs.  wltb  poul-  Why persist in being imposed upon by buying poor lrushy alum baking powder when you can Just ������b  well buy Magic Unking Powder, tbe  health giving "No Alum" brand st  the sainu prlco?   At ail Grocers.  FURS  rtavaata.naafata.f*  tny Kind of law Fur*,  ctnnot sflord to dl*  t.o-������ of tMfr intfUeifi  loni without flrtt  -otitkfnftiR oiir,prle������  .cm upou i.iiuc.t.  Remlttniice forwarded d������y j.oodn r*c-������lv*d,  Ripr.it and mail eliariei on alt uhlpmtnti  f*!dby u*. CaaaJa'a latieai Wat Opatata*.  Your corrtspondt nee loliclttd.  John HftlUoa ���������        TlNlM *?.  THE HmWS. CUMBERLAND, .% C  I  ONE SINGLE PILL  ��������� GAVE GREAT RELIEF  FOUR BOXES CURED HMM  " Plessisvillo, Que.  "I Buffered from Kidney Trouble  for soveral yeara, and tried numerous remedies and doctors' prescriptions without pormnnont relief, my  case being chronic. After seeing  about Gin Pills, and us it ie a well  known fact that Juniper without alcohol is excellent for the Kidneys,. I  decided to try Gin Pills. One single  pill gave me great, relief, 1 bave  now .taken almost four boxes of Gin  Pills and find myself completely cured. No moro bad humor���������increaso  in weight���������clear eyes���������-fresh color-  more strength and vigor. This is  what (Sin Pills havo dono for me."  ii. rowis lii.unicRT.  Gin Pills will do tho same for you  ���������if you have any troubio wllh your  Kidneys or Bladder���������or If you suffer  with Pain in tho Back or Rheumatism. Try them boforo you buy them.  Wrlto National Drug,& Chemical Co.  of Canada, Limited, Dept. N.U. Toronto for frco sample. Then set  the regular sizo boxes at your dealer's���������30c. a box, G for ?2.50.  .Cited an  Exception.  A religious worker, white visiting  a western town, gave a "Talk to  men," during the courso of whicli he  expressed his conviction lliat no  young man should visit any placo lo  which be would not feci justified in  ��������� taking his own sister.  "Is there any young man present  who thinks one may safely disregard  this rule?" asked  the speaker.  Whereupon a youth in the rear of  the hall rose and shouted in  ian tone:  "Yes, sir, I do"  , "And whp.t. sir" demanded the angry and surprised speaker, "is the  place which you yourself would think  of visiting to wb^ch one could not  tako your sister?"  "The barber shop!" replied the  youth���������St. Paul Dispatch.  The Farmer's Wife.  Associating and convening and de-  liberating has extended' to nearly  every, conceivablo human condition.  Just recently It has extended to the  next-to-oldest human condition. The  First Tnterr.ational Congress of Farm  Women was held in Colorado Springs  and was attended by delegates Who  wero actually farm wives, from foreign countries as well as the United  States.  We hear and speak a great "deal  about the farmer. Wo call bim the  foundation stono of all Industries, the  original creator of wealth and tbo  backbone of the country���������especially  wheu wo wish bim to vote for us or  buy another threshing machine; but  the truth is, with all his merits, bo ts  second flddlo to his wife, If there is  any ono class that this country should  get down on its knees to It's tbe farm  women. Whatever farm men lmvo  done, the women have done, and more  also. They haven't been beard from  vory much heretofore. It Is significant that tho president or* this almost  newest of a ".social ions is from Canada and tho vlce-prosid( IL is from  Oklahoma.���������Tho Saturday Evening  Post, Philadelphia, commenting upon,  the International Congress of Farm  Women, which holds its second annual session at Lethbridge, Alberta,  October 21-25 next.  WEALTH In your soil.  Buy a  COCKSHUTT  PLOW  i      und  GET  IT   OUT!  CRICULTURM  IMPLEMENTS  x.  "There's a proverb tbat fits every  _man."  "What one fits mc?"  "To whom God gives office, be also  gives brains."  "But 1 bave no office."  "Well?"���������Cleveland Leader.  As Good as His Word.  After having been buried for seven  years In the desert, the body of a  German trooper named Roggo has  been found by a flying patrol in a  shifting sand dune near Kblmanskop,  German South-West Africa. The unfortunate trooper bad been sent to  convey the malls from Luderilzbucbt  to some remote inland stations. He  never arrived.  Ills route lay via. the Ukama  slontor-1 Springs, a small oasis, and from  notes found in a pocketbook on tbe  body if appears that ho lost his.bearings,- owing lo desert mirages, and  failed to make the Ukama Springs.  He wandered'' about, aimlessly for  days, without finding his way.  His last noto was to the effect that  ho was suffering fearful- torments  from thirst, and that he intended to  blow out his brains before his reason-  gave way completely. Tlie body was  found with a bullet hole in the temple, and the packet of letters lay beside it intact.  Protect tbe child from tbe ravages  ot worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard remedy, and years of use Have  enhanced its reputation.  Her Best Foot Foremost.  Mistress���������We are going to have a  dance next week, and you will have  to show what you can do.  New Cook���������Sure, ma'am, I can only  dance the polka and tbe Scottish  reel, but I'll do tbo best I can.  "Thinking" Horses Now  "Clever Hans," the German calculating horso of 1900, and "Don," the  talking dog of 1911, have two promising sucessors In Elborfeld, Central Prussia, in the form of a pair  of "thinking horses," Arabian by  birth, and named JSarif and Muhamed.  Tbey are tlie property and "pupils"  of a teacher named Karl Krall.  Certain German journalists who-have  examined Zariff and Muhamed de-  claro that tho animals can read and  understand both German aud French,  when spoken or written, and can  perform prodigious feats ln arithmetic. Answers to questions in subtraction, addition, multiplication aud  division aro stamped out by their  forefeet, with accuracy and quickness.  COLD CAUSED  SERIOUS TROUBLE  BUT  DODD'S       KIDNEY      PILLS  BROUGHT THE CURE  Mlnard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Silctly atopss couiihj, cures colds,  hcnls  ��������� throat _o������_ lungs -      lift cent*.  centx.  **v. "'    An Awkward Break.  "You've mado a mistake in your  paper," said the indignant man, entering the editorial sanctum. "I was  one~ot"-___e-coinpelilors ai"the~athlet.ic  match yesterday, and you have called  me the well known lightweight champion."  "Well, aren t you?" said tlie editor.  "No, I'm nothing of the kind, and  it's confoundedly awkward, because,  you see, I'm a coal merchant."  Mr.    Hugh    Martin,   Suffering   From  Kidney    Disease    for   Two   Years,  Tells-How he Got Back His Health.  St. Hippolyte   de   Kilkenny,  Lake  L'Achigan,    Terrebonne    Co.,'   Que.,  (Special).���������Again tho peoplo of this  neighborhood  are talking of a complete cure of kidney    disease.    Mr.  Hugh Martin, Jr., a well-known young  farmer, is the person cured, and he  gives all the credit to* Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  "My trouble was caused, by a cold,"  Mr. Martin savs. in^ an interview,  "and I suffered for two years. My  bead would ache and I had pains in  the back as well. I felt heavy and  sleepy after meals. I was often dizzy!  my memory was falling and I found  it difllcult to collect my thoughts.- I  was also nervous while* heart flutter-  ings added lo my anxiety.  "I was a sick man indeed when I  started to uso Dodd's Kidney Pills,  but by the time" I had taken two boxes I was a' changed man. Are you  surprised (hat I think Dodd's Kidney  Pills a wonderful remedy?"  If you have two or more of Mr.  Martin's symptoms your kidneys aro  diseased. Dodd's Kidney Pills' are  the sure cure.  Scotland Yard  Chamber of  Horrors  Into one room in Scotland Yard,  which is only unlocked on certain afternoons, no stranger may go without special permission, It Is the  Chamber of Horrors, otherwise the  museum. Hero ono may see De-  vercux's trunk r*nd Crippcn's spado,  tho false arm of Charles Peace, and  ladder.  Here nlso Is the lantern that was  so important a clue In lh11 Mu.wnll  .1111 murder, an I the rone that handed Fowler, There aro knlvces and firo-  anns, ancient ard modem, and each  with its own grim story. There are  bogus bank-notes, cases full of false  coins and coining plant, and the latest things in scientific safe-boring appliances.  Louise Massct's boa and Brinkley's  stout bottle recall callous murders  that onco thrilled the public.  Two glass cases are full of bombs  ���������one diabolically disguised as a cigar. This was handed to an engine-  driver. With it was a real cigar  much lighter.  Fortunately th* nian discerned the  difference in weight, and that providential piece of observation saved  his life and the train.  Away With Depression and Melancholy.���������These two evils are the accompaniment of a* disordered stomach  and torpid liver and mean wretchedness to all whom they visit. Tbe  surest and speediest way to combat  tbem is witb Parmalee's Vegetable  Pills, which will restore the healthful  action of tho stomach and bring relief. They have proved their usefulness in thousands ot* cases and will  continue to give relief to the suffering who are wise enough to use  tbem,  Scared Into It.  Maud���������But how on earth " did  you  get him to propose?  Ethel���������Oh,   easily  enough.    I  told  him you were- crazy about, him  aud  reminded  him    that    this Avas  leap  year.���������Bosto i Transcript.  Never Can Jell.  Dolly���������She married a" very old man,  didn't she? I understand ho bad ono  foot in the grave.  Polly���������That's what - she thought,  too; but ho still continues to buy his  boots by tho pair.'���������Puck.  When a man is completely wrapped up ,in himself tho package is apt  to bo small.    '  A motor plow for throwing up  trenches on a battlefield to afford  protection to soldiers is one of tno  latest inventions.  Within the equnrq milo which constitutes tho City of London, the  yield from tho lncoiuo-tax is nearly  ?oO",oo"o;(.o0.  At London auction rooms a Louis  XV, writing lablo, six feet in length  'with.threo drawers has been sold for  $5,1170. .  Increased Cost of Bullets.  The cost of killing a sold Je>* in  lie is going to  be    appreciably  creased   by  the  price of lead.  The caitridge  fulfil the British  are at  placed  llse m   tiie  but-  in*  market  manufacturer!,    who  War Olhoe contracts  present supplying largo orders  some months ago at old pric  es, but. the now contracts wll be ro  Used in connect ion will, the pric i  of lead, wbicn has largely increased  during the last six months.  "Nol only the lend but the nickel  casing to put it lu and the brass for  the cartridge case have also incr-ea*-  i.d in price, In fact nearly x. 11 the  base mel.ils lmvo gone up," tsuid the  London managor of a well known  manufacturing house,  "The riso in load bus also increased tho price of sporting cartridges  from ft lo 7 1-2 per cent., so that  shooting partridge and pheasant will  cost you more."���������London Mirror.  Obliging.  A farmer boy and his best girl were  seated in a buggy one evening in  town, watching the peoplo pass.  Near by was a popcorn vendor's  stand.  Presently the lady remarked:���������'  "My!  that popcorn smells good!"  "That's right," said the gallant.  "I'll drive up a little closer so you  can smell it belter."  Musical Value.  The Beater of tbe Bass Drum��������� ���������Unimportant instrument? Himniel! Ven  a violin malgs a mlsdalg, who knows?  But, ven do pig drum malgs a llddb  misdnig, eforybody knows!"���������Century  Magazine.  Baby Dreadful Sufferer, Could Not  Keep Him from Scratching. Every  Joint Affected. Used Cuticura Soap  and Ointment and He Is Well,  "EnctoiMl find my Htrn's photo nnd ! tcnf  by wilt lnu theue few lines tu you 1 nm only  dblnil mv duty, w������ my non wan u dreadful  milTorcir from <*<*xi*iiiii. At  tlio a������o of two wi.uk*. ha  liiftaii to jet covm-fiil will,  red spat* on hli Ii'Ri ami  K.oln., wlili'H mother  thought wa.i n-'l R,IIU ������*  tlniiHli; but day hy day  *"\ H ������ro\V worso until orery  ..,n. joint ond wv|oo wora  tttrecteil and baby Btartml  ���������..rrainliijj for hour/, day  au.l night, such a tjjdni:  a. ������locp wa* out of tin  ,.,,. ,,;,-���������,���������     1 ������.,.*)��������� V'ni in  two of Hydney** I.adliii. doctor-.! ono tal<l it  ������**.-, .v.'.*/.* fl llm iu..**l !*'ijl*i; hv lull! I*''**''   '"'*  other dirt not think It an netfmn; am onlw-L,  ointment for rabbin* In, ������lw other������_ c.i.*nuif  iwwilor; ! followed their ju������rtlptioni for  over four monilii tml MMtisJiy Upl 6,* "toff  worso. I could not km* Idro from .eruuhlntr  ���������o arent wai hli aanny,  "When Im win flvn iwirilli* old I IfW tin  I'-uiki'iih huiimiic*. Mr. ��������������� ������.������_< '������������������.* >���������_ ,V'i*'"*"v '���������'���������*  ���������ay mv baby l������ toiday fnvi from all Mi wiit*r.  Ine. Ill* BMlnJi were bleedlitjf whoiii I *ti Hi*!  end other part* attrruil wen: the lower part  pf hi., body, under lhe kneeij. artm. In arm  Joint*, eyebrows nnd iiecli; but after twleo  iialnir (lillcura Ointment I hewn to aee a  rllltoreneo and by tin; llm* 1 lm<l mi������I omi  tin. alone with th������ bathlnsr wit������ <���������'<w������  Hoap, baby vrra nearly rtired.  I at III kept on  ndvr, thank coodnw*. im t* null** ������ell ani.  although tml* now ten month, old, lu������ nol  limi *M Milliei- tWUtlt uf tie; ���������'i'>'*.,  meni'iff Mm, O. Martin. iU *���������,������<*.  Kr*\lne������|lle, Hyduey. .N.H.W.. Mar, ai, 1011  " Ciilletira Hoap and CMntitent ar.. wl<  .limi.elif.lit lhe wotJd hilt a liberal v.-H,r>lr t,  tieh. with a :i2-pace book on the .������..- .im  ir.iument ol Iho akin *n<t _....������' wut U; <"*;������������  fret, nt anpllratlon to potter nn:f A < le-m,  VmtyftWiMmmthm* AVe,. Hlfflmm. t_.a.A.  The Pead Sea  In sbapo llio deail sea resombles  an -'elongated oval, somo forty-seven  miles long, and about ton miles wide  at, Its greatcrit breadth. One of tbe  most reniurUtiblo facts about it js  tbat its surface lies l.tlOO feot deep  In places, It means that its greatest deotb reaches a point no leas than  2,l������()0 l'ect below (be waters of Uie  .Mt'dlteiuneuu. It i.s famed for the  sallnosH and bill omens of its waters,  which are extremely denso, containing  2:1 por*cont of solid matter and being  bulk for bulk, heavier than the human body. I fow deiiHc tbo water is  nitty bo realized front, tlio following  fitclH! In* a ton of water from Iho  Caspian sea them arc nievou pounds  lu tho llaltic, .-eighteen  in tho lllack sea, twouly*slx  iu Iho Atlnntli*, thirty-one  in the I.ugllHh Channel, sewn iioiuuIh; In the Rod son,  throi* pounds: nnd in the Demi  of  Halt;  pounds;  pounds;  pounds;  venty-"!  ninety-  South American Wildcat Skine.  An importing firm recently received a shipment of tiger cat skins from  Paraguay and the Argentine Republic  nnd placed alongside a lot of North  American wildcat skins the difference in color and marking wfis very  noticeable. Both nnimals nre about  the game slzo, bul. the South American cat. is covered wiib round black  upols much like those of tlio leopard  but smaller In size.    ,  These spots contrast strongly with  Iho surrounding fur, which is of a  greyish white color, very different  from tbo reddish color of the North  American wildcat, The fur of Uio  [south Aiperlcan wildcat; is not ho  thick as that of his Nortli American  cousin, but the Kk.ns nro snld io  dress woll and mince good robes nnd  rugs,--Fur News.  -���������I .was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S .LINIMENT.  l_ay of Islands   '  J.'M. CAMPBELL,.  __I_was_cured_ of JTacial Neuralgia by  MWAUD'S" LINIMENT.  Springhill, N.S.  .    WM. DANIELS.  I was cured of Chronic    Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Albert Co,,' N.B.  GEO. TING LEY.  . The Vienna electric plant is making  arrangements witb the baker's syndicate to have electric ovens adopted  widely throughout tho city and to  supply tlm current, at special reduced rates, Use of electric ovens for  bread, making is being promoted in  other European cities also.  If one_.be 'troubled with corns,and  warts, he will find In llolloway's Corn  Cure an application that will entirely  relieve suffering.  Go.Blp.  Polly���������Miss Yellowlcaf says she always trios lo got her beauty sleep.  Dolly���������Woll, all I can say is she  must suffer frightfully from insom-  niii.--Woman'B Homo Companion.  Possecslon,  "I fic<*������ you have a new motor ear."  "No," replied Mr, Dnstlii'Stax;  "mother and tho girls havo tho car,  subject to tbo authority of our chauffeur. The only interest in thn trims-  iiotlon that 1 can positively call my  own is a tittib nwuy back In my check  book.' ���������Washington Star.  An English typist who stated her  earnings and expenditures in answer to tho London Board of Trade's  circular, spent $11 for eight, volumes  of Grole's "History of Greece." Her  weekly wage was $6.25. During a  year she spent. $5,50 on eleven birthday prosot.ts. A girl who earned  $4.25 a week bought pamphlets describing tho English poor Ihwb nnd  poor law commission,  Sixty-six  shillings'  from lib. of. Hllver.  can   bo    coined  sen, 187  JVti..lll.\  pounds.���������Wide  World   .\la-  Maat..rplece Gone to Waste.  The vory seedy-looking young mnn  made his wny with dlfllculty down  tho corridor on tho ninth floor of one  of the best hotels bnd knocked loudly at his friend's door. Anguish was  written on his face und wrinkles on  his clotbt'H.   lie wai. a wnlitmg sign  mi      -.Willi.      U      ii.l.itl.).      lit-     tUftlll.      H      .iUt'll  night.  "What's the matter?" calll?d out tho  sleepy friend.  "Mailer? It's tragedy, n death, tho  ���������end of all things���������ruiiiat km and  Brii-ir  "Well*, what Is it?" lazily enquired  tbe drowsy man, without opening the  door.  Whereupon lhe seedy-looking young  man, leaning agniuat the door nnd  lifting his voice to a howl, replied: ���������  "t i-i.l!*.*d up my wlfo on th-* long  distance telephone hunt night and told  Iter why I had nol return/vl And  now 1 ain't remember what St wan:"  Newfoundland shows tin  of $100,000 lu Its CitHtoniH  for the last six months.  Increaso  revenue  W. N. U. No. 893.  Oibbs -Isn't it aggravating to have  your wife late when you're going to  the theatre?  ',    Dibbft���������.Minn    never i*,    I always  j tu-l  I Ur l*.(M>. al. U>iW  <*U������*d.��������� Uo������W,i_  1 Tranucrlpt.  Constipation U tho  root of many forms of  sickness and of an  endless   amount   of  i . .;   OUUlUit   tiiimmtj.  Dr. Morse's  Indian  Ivooi Fiil&#  thoroughly tested by  over fifty years of use,  have been proved a  ���������afe and certain cure  {or constipation and  all kindred troubles*  **m 4*  Try them. ������  25c a box.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAV  Tako LAXATIV13 BKOMO Quinine Tab-  l������t������.    Druggists rofund-moni-y If It fa.la    '    *ri  to cure.  '&BW. aitOVWa ���������Igiinturn la  cacti bos.    260,  In Backache the  Kidneys Speak  It is their way of cullinc your nttontinn to (lie fact  that they aro not in porfcci condition. Many jipopl*  who prrsUtcntly ignored rejioatcd waniing. uivcrt  by tho kidneys aro now chronic .ufTeren from ������idtipy  and bladder complaints which will May with ihem  until they die, and perhaps hasten tho end.  How much better to help the Kidneyi the moment  they .how fcigni of needitie n lit Up tiiiuai niter'. Tnkn  DR. CLARK'S SWK1.T NITR.. 1M1.1.S In time.  Ihey contain Natures own remedies. 'Ihey lift the kidney, out of their temporary  drpicMion and .start them again in normal activity. Sold everywhere ������t lilty cents  a box or mailed direct by 41  TBE MARTIN, BOLE & WYNNE OO.,       WINNIPEG, CANADA  EUREKA  Harness Oil  Keeps your Harness SOFT AS A GLOVE  TOUGH AS A WIRE, BLACK AS A COAL  Sold by Dealers Everywhere,  The IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited  r  Every Eddy Match is a Sure, Safe Light   r_������  WHEN you strike an Eddy Match It always lights easily  and   burns   smoothly, with a steady even flame.'  THESE perfect matches corns from first class materials  anJ mechanically perfect  machines���������under  the  supervision of skilled workmen.  EDDY'S Matches aro always full M.M. count���������for sale by  all good dealers everywhere.  THE E. B.EDDY COMPANY, LIMITED  HULL, CANADA. Makers also of Wooden  Palls, Tubs, etc.  g-jaafcg.a^jfc.'.i anrrgig; t_aT^^segs:  syy_s___gSi_?g_8  iPHERSON  s. .SHOES"; *.:  look better,  fit better,  wear longer,  and  give better satisfaction than other makes.  They are the result of 5(> years accumulated  knowledge ^   anct    experlenco  in  y l.JI.II.-,..���������T-Tlo,l,_ r_.orl_> -SlViOA.*           Ul*i'Unit-.-   _I������c������.������-   w. ".���������������" ���������-^..-J-^-3. ^   *=--        Stocked by leading dealers kvery whero  in Canada.  the john Mcpherson co,, ltd.,  Hamilton, Ont.  Well, Well!  THIS  i������ a HOME DYE  Jtoat ANYONE  use  D  ISKASES  OF  MEN���������DR.. DEAN,  specialist, 5 College St., Toronto.  Granted.  "Ah," cried the count, gallantly, as  lie bent low before the American  beauty, "I would 1 was ze glove upon  your hand."  "You may act ��������� in that capacity,  count," she replied, graciously. "I  never wear a glovo more than once,  and then I give it to my maid."���������  Harper's Weekly.  "1 beg pardon," said the reportor,  "but aro you Mr. Spuddc, the potato  King?"  "Ves, but I doiyt lileo that term,"  roplied ��������� tho murphy magnate testily.  "Oil kings and cattle kings and the  like aro so common. Call mo a pota-  tonlate."���������Harper's Magazine.  I dyed ALL these  -?���������!> DIFFEREfifr KIMDS   _"___''       ������f Goods  7===^ ������<ith the SAME Dye,:  ,r^    I used  DYOLA  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Us*.  NOrlitnfaof \i������lnf th������ WI.ONG VI j. forth* C.ooit  oil* Im In color. All >'ol<*r������ from your llniRltl or  Dr������l������r, FKUI'. <*_li>r Card and .STORY HoiiklM It,  Th* Johnton-Rlchardion Co.. '^mliad, MontcgtL  M______.__������M_������__������������������������������_--,IM..IW>L_>. II Ull  "Is my liut on  "Xo, one eye  Btraltiht?"  shows."���������Mfe.  you  and  Secret or Unbreakable Glass  Unbreakable gliiHH, for which Uicro  might be a demand Just now, wtu  Invented nearly 2,000 >vtitn ago, uc*  cording to I'etroiiliiH mul Dlmi (.'as-  (.his, tnoiigh I'llny cauls u doubt on  (ln> Hlory. An nrtlKl appeared before  Tiberius with a cup or glasH which  lie dashed violently on tiie goniud.  It wan neither broken nor cracked,  bul merely dented, like a piee/> <>!  siiolnl. Then ihu man produced a  mallet, and hammered tho cup buck  into IIti propel hnape. TiIh ilu.i.  however, nsked whether anybody el*,***!  luew the sec-rei, and when ilie ailiv  ���������loudly aiiBwercd "No," had hint in*  iiautly beheaded. Tiie KutpeiiA-  (eared ihat such ulas*. would terribly  <!"'ii,>c.'|,tl.. (lie raini! or ilu* proelous  cueMl."--Itondou   Chronicle,  Tried.  Helen's Mamma: "ISdgtir, can  show mo that you are a wise  saving young man?"  Edgar: "Ves'in. (.ailing on Helen  shows that I'm wise and having a  nickel left to rldo homo on shown  that I'm Having."  Tho Queen of Bulgaria has a rnedl"  etil degree, and the young Queen of  l.olgititn Ih Haiti to bo the only occulist  of roval blood' In the world.  Not Affinitlec  MlHtroHH���������"Aud why did you leave  your last plaoo'.'"  Maid--".Me and the missis was  congenial,"���������Harper's Ilaziiar.  not.  I.ady lluyor���������What are tho color  designs for auto dresses this year?  Sdlouttuly���������Lubricating oil brown  uud gasoline gray.  ��������� ItfST AND HEALTH T0.M0THER AND CHILD. ^.  Must, WiN_i.ow"������ Southino Svhui* lias been  used for over SIXTY VKAKSlty MILLIONS of  MOTIinaS for their CIIILUKKN WJIII.lt  TKKTHINU, with H.l.l'ItCT KUCCKSf.. It  KOOTIIKS til? CHI!..), SO I'I* it NS the Ol'MSV  AU.AYSrill PAIN; CUUKS WIND COMO, lOtt  in tlie liertl remedy for DIAKKJUHA. Jt it 1X1  nolulely liariulem, j.e sutr and ai>lc for "Mm.  Wfn.l.w'. Kootliiuc Syrup," and take sO������tkcl  Mnd.  Tneutv-fi*. e .cult a b������Kle,  A 7% Safe Investment  7 por -nont. mianmined mul a Klii.ro  In tiii'llior in'oili.,  'j'lu.  nbovo Hei-m-lly In llm liost III*  UiiHtiliil ever ii.fi.rril  In  (.'iiikiiIii.  Wrlto in or.i'n foe luiithiiliirH,  Mntloonl  8eciirltl.ii  Corporation,  Ltd,  (.'onfrdri-ntliiu l.lfu niiljf. Toronto,  i   - ���������    "   i       ���������  .1  When Your Eyes Need Care  NitHmnrtlnu���������Fcrl������  f������r  Hrd.Wrftli,  No Bet Overlooked  He���������If  an  old   nillllontilri.   on   lhe  verge of Hie gravo wanted to marry  you, would you throw tno over?  'l'ry Mui'lnn Kyn llonn'ii.v.  Ktnc��������� Act������ <}iil,'kly. Trjr It  WiU cry ICyo* iind ili'tiviuUit'd I������yi>ll<t.. I Ilu*  lrnttii itouk In riu'li I'lickatcis Miirltio U  timii.oundnd l������y mir Oi'iill.t. -mn a "I'atmit, Matk  Mim" ���������lint ti>i������*d In .inv.������������fnl I'liy .lrlmi������'l'isu*  ll,'* for mnn/ yturt. N���������w itoi|li.*ii.������l u, llm |������uti������  Hn und mild I,t liriiiiiiliin ill 'Oo and (Oo iiiirllntl.l*  Miirln������ Kjrn Salvoln An.ipilu Tuhti, tin and Ho.  Murlno Eyo Remedy Co,, Chicago  Old Sorei, tumps  Inllrea. t,Orowtn������  rrmuved ind li.al.  rd by a limpid  Home Treatment  Ho pain,    Ducrlb* tin troublt, wt will seni  book and t.ttiraonlala fri*e,  CANCER  Hhe Not.   necessarily,     Ht ill. you itjie CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, tWtal  tniglit have lo wait, a year or two,-  A.lly Hlojier's llalMlollday.  10 Churckill Av*,, Ter.nl..  Sir, nrn you opposed lo voles  women?  Certainly not;  Ilu* ballot, then  want it too.  and If women bad  HiiffragelteH would  Jumbo'i tlaogafle*  "What's that long, snake  hivinss aro������.ir,d i������ from of  wanted to know.  "That's his trunk."    explained  thing he  him?" ������he  her  Time  was  mado  for slaves,  was made for everybody.  ���������'Then I ft'poKC that little owe behind htm U his (iultcase."  Little* Mnrgarc*t was watching th"  elephntit. nt the zoo.��������� .Vomnn'H Homo  ('oiiiliaulon.  The  Think*.  BIB  In.*'*  Show,  the whole  Tost:  Hue* lie?  I'.arUer:  WVll, I'd bardly  as tliat;  but he rertnltily  bjmself it quorum.*"--mart  thin1,  ro n* far  eotmlders  Fi*l.  U'iieri Trouble vlalts a liouso vvltere  IU,- mail lia������ vu,i and llio \unu.iti Ju..  uuicitj. ko   yi<.!..i ay  lit.  UfJCca :.tl:)  and iuk-i*������!  "The anaesthetic don't seem in have  any effect on old I'atterby, sir. H*������  ivoa'i mop on.  "Hum. Ab, I have It. Send for bis  pastor and his barber, lleiween ihem  they ought to put lilm to sleep,"--  Cleveland Plain Dealer.  truth  In one  KoutUent  thousand  Dim.  mouth the yield  UllO'l'"'P|:l      fKfn  ounces, valued  gold In  d     fifty  $1,1100,.  Over t70.00fi.000 lb������. of tea aro ex-  ported anniiiiUy front India lo tbo  United Kingdom.  * C H IE W  DIXIEliffl  Arnonit fooils, ..iln.ni.. date* and  |'iK������ are about <*<|nul a������ r-nersty pro*  ducer*.  Then*  Iti North  aro    plevett  AntftS'it.  white   riven  !    Tb/* fm,i%lnr fa avtr tnn Mini] lo tmta  *ib������ covert smile! mjmWmnmymitfM.iicii'i.'t
. ��f"-**V<'*>)."' ** *��� "7*7?
W'.-SCft^Jlf.-fr ^S-r^^jrtt-^^f^-a-.:-^   ���.>vnry^��n*T--'i^'?
TSiS  M&W&.   ciJM^E$t^Ata^,   tiftiTjRftf- <$&-
Tiie Guntol&ii4 Mem
.issued  Every   Tuesday  by  the
<pora_ox   St.   Cumberland
Publishing   Company,
This paper will not lioltl ��� itself
.responsible for tlie opinions of oih-
,-_rs. as may appear in its eommns
i<rom timo In timo.
iore tho loth .day of Juno 1912.
Oflicial administrator
Cumberland, JJ. 0.
������\V !��� i >NKSDAY, JITNIS12.1 Ul2,
la :he j;oo��ih of John Klvjo ulao kr.o.vn
a-; "I. hu Utvin," or Ivevcn, di-coaRcii, in-
���iiS il',-.
TAi.MKOiT* 1*1 ihat by or.b-r if Hi.
Ho >oi-.lndy-B.ukcr, ho-1 'i'X'ni nl the
-.Sup etna l'',i�� i of !>. (.'., u aie <* *.. tho ;iu-
,*.l.iy , f Api". iyi2, the r.i-;��lt'r��i(jmil was U|i
-ii-.u-i't.-t ub, i islr.i'.ur ��J Ilie i hta'i'i. i,f tlio
_lj *.���<������ !u:r.i-il liecaast'l, i '_���>
..i.nsi Tl .*.-, I.. 0. oi or ili,*i:
,.f rVW. j. y IL'1-2, in:*.*.tilt*.
All io u .*������*! anJ c'ni ns nya.ijifc .'ie rs
:i'u ������i,i2 ;-.H aci.*o,i_its an 1 oli.iir.E_ due   thi*
ad s fe lim t bo pie.ont.ol-nud paid,
j-_. j> o:ivcly,  on or bifr-ro tho lt.tl_ dny of
Olfioial Aili-iii._iir_._or,-,
jCuutU. ...in', 13. C,
District of Sa-yward, ?.an��:c i,
TAKE'KOTIUIS Ihat 1, Klii z^i'n
Iiunuar, by my agent, Goorge Ver-
dier, of Canipbell River, V. I. occu
putiou maii'ioJ woman, intends t<
apply for pen._-st.ion to purcha't
tlie fol'owing dosctihed lurid-"���
Commenciog at a port planted
near the N. K. corner of lot 3..1
th'Tite roxnh 10 ch-ui.s (tei.) ihence
east 10 chnini (let.) more or le-is to
ilie point oi eoimiier.ccau-'iit containing 20 ticre? (twenty)   tx.o e oi
Name of Applicant,
I'it.l   ill   Stil- >
. Ibi- UiIh (U_
D.i.o .\f��ri-��i 'ifiih, 15)12.
Sayward Land Dii-triot
District ��.. 0-j.s.t
Take notice that Isabel McK��'i
n v. of Yaacoirvor, B. C. occu pillion spinster, intends- to npply fot
pern-.isi.iou to purchase the fol|,ow
inwtli'tforib-etl land'*-:���
Continer.L'Mig nl a post   pi tin ted
(ip'iOinar!  (>"e tn'ile efiat  of that   sou tli-west
.���v���.  -��.������=   corner wE lot 550. thence wes.t   80 ,
CCUjNTY COUtlT OF KAiN'Al (chains, thence  south   40   chains, |
MO   HOLDEN     AT    Cl7M_Jl*.H.-alienee   oast   BO   chain*,   theuci *
.AND. north -AO chains to point  of com
mencement, containing 320 acres.
more or
Isabel McKeuny,
JS'amc* of Applieant ia fill
Robert Henry Chestnut, Agent
DuU. March 12th, 1012.
In ;i-,e g.cd.- of S.umvl ISiohoils.
r-l. ce-i.-rd. inte late,
TAKE NOTLCE that   by   order
ii lli_ Honor Judge i.,irlter  rmide
in the above Com 1. on the 3rd day
,;._ April 1912, lhe undersigned wai'
spp-iutsd administrator of tho   e_-1 Sayward Land Disnict
'sale t*I Samuel Nicliolls.   deceased, ViMnet of Coast
..ho di^l bear the City of Cumber-      Take notice that Reginald W��-
l.i,ti. 13 C   m or about the month t ters. of Vancouver, li.C, owupii-
*)f M*i* .-'i 1012, intesUilo. | tion, engineer, intern!.*   to   apply
A!UWoiin.3 against  the   (��.ln!e|for permission to purchase the fol-
...rid ii'l   ac.Oi.nts   due   the   e tatv.
'niu.-;! beprescr.ted and paid, rc-Hpee-
livi-ly, on or before the 15th day of
J  :,u 1.912.
Offioiul   Adiuiniftialpr.
('nniberlai.d. \l. C
rd 10-...24
lu the goods of Emil Sandwick
nlf.o known its "Emil Sanvick," oi
Haiidvick, deoe:ised, intestiil.tt.
TAKE NOTlGi-fi that hy order
of Hi.-J.li)rior Jiul^c Marker, madt
in the above Court on tbe !hd dav
of April 1912, tbe under, ignt-d by
appfulfil iidniin'-ylratoi* of tbe
(tvtiil'i of the, nbovo named dereiifed
who dii'd in Gi'inox Di.'.rict 1., C.
lh or'aboti.t iho 7th dny of Mareh
,1012, in eaiate.
All accoun'.H acninnt, ui d all ne.-
couir.P dun the ostalo lnusl bu pre.-
,oiited und paid, reopeelively, on  or
I cforo llio 15lh duy of Juno 191'J,
Oflicial Adniinistiutor.
.Cumbeihuul, 15. 0,
i lowing detciihed lauds:��� .
Commencing tit a post planteu
1 mile east of tho south west coiner of' lot 550, thenco o\ &t 8!
chains, south 40 chains, "'est 8t>
phains, north 40 chains to point
of commencement containing B2l
acre 6 TiTDWo f loss .* '
Reo-inald Waters,
Kanie of Applicant in ful
Robert llonry Chestnut, A gem
Date March 12th, 1.012,
Sayward Land District
District of Coast
Take notice that   Frances Gerald Hudson, of Vancouver, ._*. V.
occupation gentleman,  intends to
apply  for permission to purchsifci-
iho'l'ollowiiig described lands:���
Commencing at a post planted
at the .south east cornor of lot oil
thenco oast 80 chains, thence
fotith 15 chains lo north bound-
ary of lot 550, thenco west along
said boundary, 80 chains, thence
north 15 chain*, to this post/
h'uncos Gerald Hudson,'
N ai no of Applicant in lu
Robert Henry*Chestnut. Agent
Dalo March 12th, .1012.
TAKE NOTICE that J.U <.a,y�� uf
ter dalo I intend to upp y lo tin*
���t'hii f Commi-tsionei* uf Lund., f r n
lio'tive to'jpii)-**pec,t (or conl'iu-id pc
;i-.)h.n!iu i**i itml uiViliM the follow*
iii*^ dexiiiliei! Itu.d, ri'.unliul in the
i on)' ���/.  IM. trie!,
dl i.ii'ii! wSfiff, at ix jio.-l ��� niitrl:ol
iouth Wi-Ht coi'ier of t'liiim No, 1,
p.itco 1 *ib<,nt/ '.'() chitinx we**t, from
tint naii), oi.it comer *>f .-action .12
I) i��*,n m I d ind, ru uiiu.; e.i��t 'i')
/chaiiH, nonh SO ohivitir, wtj-1 H<)
t'h ,iny, ll:iMii*.i'Houtii S'l ('hiiillM to
p 'inI of c'ltuini iU(,*!io*iit.
11 t'i, li ;:tk.mii.
Dali-ilJtuif. II tl, 1!)|2
 _.���.... I  ^.
Snywa.vl Land District
District of Coast
T��l.i. notice that Miiinio Korr,
of Vancouver, IL 0. occupation
spinster, intondt*. to apply for per-
luisi'ioii tu jiutchasi. tbo following
described lauds;--
(./diiiiuontiiig at a post plauto..
til i'.io .south-eiist corner of lot
517, ihence wo.t 10 chiiins^heiieo
��� o.iih If) cluiiiiH, thonco oust *I0
ciiiiiiits along the  norlh  boiindim
D */
id lo1. 550, thenco norlli 15 ehiiim
lu point of cuiiiiuelieeiiiolil, cun.
laiuiug  .1.80 Helen,
M in nic Kerr
Elaine of Applieant in full
Roberl Henry Chestnut, Agon!
Date March I-ill.. 1.012.
PORT MANN, mainland termin-
"us of the Canadian Northern Railway, is
regarded by those who know, as the
greatest city of opportunity in north America to-day. It cannot help becoming
one of .the very, bicvo-est cities in the west
..." J o o �����
..Property..values cannot help going   away
' Buy lots there now and you are in
on the ground floor. Every lot will make
you a small fortune.
Until prices   are raised we can offer
you close  in lots 33 x 122 ft. (guaranteed*
high, dry and level, cr your money back)
frr $250.  ��� Terms $15 down, $10 a month
no interest,  no taxes till  1914.
Other guaranteed lots for $120; $5
.a month. Booklet ar.d'full" particulars at
this office, from
���or   1 rttto -
1 1 '
cThe PoPfDQann People.'9
Street  West '    Vancouver, B. C.
��� ml,-   \l
THK --.tM'I.KMIv couirr
f'!- IM'.H'^H nd! tnti'.lA,
In the jfooilj ol D.tvid JCdw.tnl.j,
,<i*i-ti'-iimd, i:it*f.."il;.i��.,
TAKK NOI ft: 1*;   ihi.t by     ithr
; _;   11 .. ���;- .,'-."���   H ',*'**" '������'"���i
iti(!'r'<' of thu Hiipronie Cottit ot 1', (;,
iiniihi on iho Ihd tt;*v <>f April MM2
the ui,doihi)/i.ud wim iippuiiiled mI
*-�����>����� CAFE
Dried Brewers' Grain
Clean, bright and wholsonic,
low in water and cavbohydnitcs,
but containing nearly double the
amount of i'at and piotoin, pound
for pound, than the ordinary i'eod
���miffs iu local use, it
Meets all the Requirements
of a Profitable Dairy feed
and compared in price with what
is asked for other feed slufls, is
triple protein value for your
money. Its supeiioiily lies in
tlie fait ihui feeding it ir.cicn.se.*.
both the total digestible mallei'
and the amount of fat and pro-
fin in lhe daily lation
And Saves you 40 to Q 4' 01 Fei I
Y<m ihould not be without it,
Mulled grains, fresh and sweet
li'oin liio l)K*w kettle, dist.ti in a
-       ,.'      ���*,.     .-,.'     ,,.,,-,,,,,.,,     ..,���,-, 1^,���.!..'.     I*,,,
 , *'      I f
koya! M.��dt lood Company, lid.,
Dryers cf and I>;*'t!*v!> in Food
PUBLIC! NOTrGlS U hcieby
Rivor. thnt iho K.quiniiilt und
Naniii.m'o llnehvuy CompiMiy did
on tho ninotiorrli'dny of .Luiuitry,
1U12, ilcpo.il in 'ho Laud Ibvi-iry
Ollico in iho City of Viciorin, iii
tho Province of Uiiti^h Colon,hiii.
phi 11, profile nud hook of rciorunro
i-howiim tht' lociiMon of its pio
poi-od-lino of, riiilwny from Ulia-1.
Crtok tn Ciinipholl 'Hivor, Van
con vor I. hud, icing Milo -ID to
Mile 7211, n�� iipproved by iho
lionrd of Ruilway 'CoiviiuiH. ioni'.H
for Cuiindit,
DATKI)    IhiH   twunty-fucoiul
day of J.inuiiry, 11)12.
.   \V. 'F. Bai.hiiiuiy,
Sterol iu y.
Mrs. Him ids will oivo lo^on*
on lhe pun o al her house, in ,1 or*
tihtiloin, foiim-rly   owu;*<l  hy  Mr.
illkwki   mit  nioinkituj
Aiaieii -ltii���i-i.i
ll,   . i, *, , t   , 11
,    Bnywaid Land Uialrict
Dietrict ol Buy ward.
TAKR--NOTICE that   Murray
Gorliiy, of   Victoria,   occupation-
biokor, intondu to apply for por
minpjon to pure haro  tlio followin
defrcrihid lands:���
������ CotntnoiioiiigHt it  j ot.I -plantoi
at tho   K. I'., cornor of  Lot  ?l7t'
thonco  wo-it 20   cbiiinn,    tlioiK*
north 20 chains   to choro    1 i - * *
tbnico following Hhoro lino ovatci
ly and "otilhoily lo point of coo
niot.c'.GnH*nt,   containing   (10 no ret
moro or Ions.
Namo of applicant in full
Dalo March 27lb, 1012.
��*maMimmiiiwmii  m~**mmm-��*m***��w*t***m i n    -   * i in   n���wn*  ��� iiiibii n   , ti.����*
Snyw.trd Laud Disliiet
llialricl'of Snywnrd
TAKK NOTIOK thai Percy A 13
Vi'ootl. of Victoria, occupation bto-
...... * |   ,     ,*    *     ���    j      *  *     *
ll-l        ,        ���,, I.-      t,
.... . *,        , , ��� , ,      *       ���      ���
IM ll.v ii.V.uAh.'ti ih'
���irui'r of the etiau: <
in nl
KUU SAl.lv-A hiacl: tei.in of
i-nt-Ut i A ,ili
I     i. W \   I       ,1 I   l\ I
P011  SALM���Tho South lfjtiht
eornor ol   .Mai via.ri   jivini"  >on>
'i t\ ni]  iitliioiMs; a   l'oo'I   -ocnonil   purpose)
The annual meeting of  the Co-
LSccouil HI., with bttilOin
A i.
I >!"..
id    ni(i.\   (..I'raiiioiy  A^oeiittlo
i.'.l25,0O,    Apply at Ihi.-i oilicis or
1*. O. P.ox 111 1 Vaneouver.
.mm..* - mfff.
i I    III*   llCt'i
ill.    Cotirt-
.1    un-
vY.  <��n
I.'  ill
��� I** I   (' I
���fl,    f.l-flf
on   oi
'���A i.
. -  ���������- r
' dtiico, ��\ct
iiiii' .i
Jc-r n
.IjeiHitry  IS ft,  \MVZ nl *'.' y
Wm.  btv..:
. !>-.����. Ill ill
.m Wooa'aEhoflphedinOj
'Ht-m-frnti Thl.   (j,,,.,,,   J,-,WU:,1   ]ti'm<;lv.
��� " |* n i ��*. ��,
Couiinoncing at a  pott pianicd
at Clio 8.  W. Cort.cr of Lot. Hia,
i ,i ,,(,   i   >       i
t >i-i'.iil<\- ,,*,n \i> vi'vi v.,, *���><��.-,-���, >v, >*.   .,,���-.
20chainHlo ahore, ihcncn h mlior
ly following s'noro lioo lo a joint
making 80 chainp Houtliorly, ilciec
too    lino    to
vj Y.i.irt. unit iriviKunii ,��(tli>i '.vliuii* i
i,**n,ili'l K".
in,   l.i.l,.
'i'f- I).-1,1111,1,   Uiul'il'tniit'H
niv Am i>lii win**, i.'f-.iy<r
hi V.
iQhufiri/, Hi'J-ifl
7 ti",Vi/.-u,' it, l:i'fi
.wlnri-kirtf.ttmt l-H'/ii''/ .J'".'' ��� ������'  {' "* ���;*
("������ikoll |i��*rhint, hir.tirtX   (ii'fiw.lll*!'**;".!
j.winW.C comnl.alC^:l,,.cut, cot-.tafi.**
io�� ICO ncrcp, moie or Ich. .
Nitric of \j*|��'ic*iut in ful
Ih.io March pui, 1U12
Sayward Land District
District of Sayward
TAKK NOTICE thai. Kyrlo 0,
Symons   of  Yicloria,   occupaiien
gentleman,������intends to  apply for
permi^ion lo purchaHO tho  following doneriboil landa:-���
Co nnioncing at a post plan tod at
ho N.,yV' comer of lot 310, fhonco
���aiti'th 20 chaiiif,   thenco west   80
���haine, thenco north /.() ch,.ino   to
horo   lino, tlunco tiuH following
lure lino  80 chnin.   lo point of
eoinmenci'incnt, coutnining 280 ac
ro�� moro or Iobh,  ���
Namo of Applicant in fnll
Onto March 2(V.li, 11)12.
Notice is hereby given that
all direct connections of Hush
tioseis witii tilo city ..-.cr.ci* i,*��
strictly loibtiidcu. All persons
or pevsoiiR usinjc flush closets
uiiisfc provide septic tanks, the
f.\"i*r(lriw nl' whirli mnv be con-
uected with the ciiy sewers.
Hy order of the City Council.
A.McKiuiiou, City Clcik
City Hall, April tjlh, 1913.
Change of advcitiseu cuts vill
not be icceivcd at this oilice later
1 *?
..in i j
I kM*. nn f-r-inxn. nt wl
It,-,,:  T!>o'*/4Jn(V
..   ..   t\\ n> f
Kit-fit^nt ett
than 12 o'elocV :\<
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Tucs Mtfni-W* I MMKtfgit.fi  ���������**_LT3.Ji_r."w������M-u auaa .'pjn-m 'jwttam  i.m i ���������i���������iih wwwi ir*mw"i  MADEilN CANADA'  THE   OTWS,   CTTMBERt  MmTSK  COimiBIX.  K������TICE*i_ -_.<.rt*i.y given that at tho '  ���������uext mceljiugof the Board cf LiceusoCom  iniss-oncrs of tho City of Cumberland, w.e  ,iutend,to npply .fur a _euewal -.f tbe hot-  | el lie. use held by us for the Vei-doir.e  Hotel, situated on lot 5. tlock 3, Cr.mbe -  laiid To>VLsit<3.   ' . ���������  WILSON & BR AM BERG.  Makea Your EXPENSES Light  Makes Your BISCUITS L__jjht  Makes Your CAKES Light  ; Makes Your BUMS Light  Mskea Your LABOR Light  08DEy^T* SIP  E.W.GILLETTCO..LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  ���������sisaau^  Dated thia ,7th dvy cf Ni v., 1911,  NOTICE i. her. by given that a. th*1  next iiitfctiiig 6f the Buaid of License Com-  nii8s,ioL-,evs ol tho City of Cun.berlnr.d, I  ntend o app y for a renewal of the h.������t_-  el ]ii*euso held by me for the Cumberland  HV( 1, utnati d on lot 1, block 15, Cum', er-  land Toivnsite.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated this 7th day of Nov., )9l 1.  ���������'     public notice;  NOTICE fs hereby given-that  v     c_������ ,-~-  nil property ewiters are request-,  ed , to connect their premises  with the new sewers, wheiever  saute"..are completed, on or before  the' 15th cay ot March, .1912,  and it' said connections are not  made by the above date, the City  Council wiil proceed to complete  same at the expense of the property owners.  By order of  The City Council  A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  ?  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for guests.  The Cent.al Hotil for Sportsmen  l-| fNonc. but tlie best of Wincs-and Liquors  ,at the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  I?  John Johnston,   Prop  ���������73-  O  ���������o  o  ���������������VM'-''-M',^-*i-''4-"M^','"H^r������^  C  0  09  a  4)  *  ti  E  ������  mmmmt  OO  T3  r~<  r*ma,  G  c/.  ���������  a-m*  t/_  Ut  <������>        I  QJ  o  U.  IL  _.+*_  C  m  c3  ���������������mmi -\Ami  rt  XT*  W  4->  .mi  Xm-  ���������4-1  CO  <  > 1  m.-m  rt  -J__.  o  tt fe  ������  ������  ���������p  m  e3  per  ������  H  , NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date application -.vn! be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Vicioria, li. C, for a.tian.ter of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known is the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated  at  Comox,  15. C. from John j Rooming House, Derweut Ave  Charles Clarence lo Amos Coliingtou.  ROOMS for rent at MarinuM's  John Charles Clarence,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Gottincton,  Applicant.  Dated Mav 15th, 1912.  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  FOR SA"l.E���������Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock;  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  and four years. Apply to D.  Rov. Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Go.  of B C. Ltd  THE S. S. COWIG1IAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UN ION-CAMP BELL. RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Comox Friday 6 a. m.  Depart 7 a. in,  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 am.  (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DEN MAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.   Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Anive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a n't. Depart 4. p.m.  ' Subject to change without notice.  Xmas Presents  1  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  INGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BROOCHES.  BERT   ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir Avii., Next to Tarbkll-'s Store  j^aHii.T-fr'i-i iimmmmi!*mmmiS&&UmWa$  I!  Ij  i!  li* ������  Cement blocks etc.  concrete chimney  blocks   a  specialty.  Samples to be seen  at McKean ������& Bis-  coe's store, Courtenay? B.C.  ijJSJ?" For estimates and particulars write J. Lawrence, Cosnox,  H. 0.  LOOK!   READ!  rest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  s<$MlliHIIIIIIII!llili!||||i!l||!U:ill!!!lll!IIIM^  NOTICE.*is hereby, given tha  30 days after ditto application will  ,ho made to the Siipeni;tendcnt'of  Provincial Polico, Victoria, for n  transfer of the hotel ������������������license to soil  liquors' hy. retail, in tho hotel  known as the Lome Hotel, -Mutated at Comox, B. C, from Florence Al. Clilfo to Goo. M, Barlow;  FI.OHKNCK M. Ul.II'M'-K.  Holder ol IJcense.  (Iicoj.i.i. M. Harlow,  Applicant.  Puled MaoU 37th,   1012,  FOR SA1.K���������A* hook nil young  HpnrtH should*read,1 price $1.00  Address letter*1, drawer '1*1, Nun-  ;iuno, 11, C.  " ~ NOTICE.  ace  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  ident?  EDISON "HOME" PHONOGRAPH FOR SALE,' also  about four dozen of the, latest  4 tninu'e Amberole Records The  machine is just as good as new  and the records are perfect, with  out a blemish. Owner will sell  cheap for cash. This is a snap  i'or anyone that is thinking o,f  getting a talking machine. Ap-  "pl yTlri-To ffice.        ~~ .  VICTORIA LAlsD i)lST.iiC". ���������  District of Sayward.  TARE notice that-George Henry West of Vancouver, B. C., oc  cnpiUioi) :Fihh Ale reliant, iutende  to apply for permission to purchase the folio wino- described  lauds:���������Commencing .at a poet  planted at Iho N, W. torner of  Lor4 D. L230 ihence En.-t . ulon^  the survey lino40 chains, thenc..  North 20 chains, thence West -IS  chain?, thenee Soujli along the  hiko shore 20.ohfiii.-i, and contain  ing 80 acres.  -George Henry Whst,  Applicant.  Dated -NovisHiberSL.t, i'Jll.  NOTICE is here?>y j^ivcn lliat jod.'yi  after d.ite 1 inicml tunpi-.'.y lo lhe l.or.u.  abie Minister ot L mils fur;. !;cun*-e to  prospect for c..iJ ami petn.leur.i unck-rihe  foieshorc and under the, water on the .  lands in And opposite tiie following di_-  sctibed Kinds .-itnatc in Rupt;t Dibtricl..  -Coniintuciry ��������� '. a post pl'.mtd.on the  sr.'i bcacli ;a l>iyh waler innrk .tt ihe iiv  icrsection of Seciions \& an.I 15, Township 2, I'ort McNeill K_*;>t>i. I):., rici,;  tlience north 55 oiiams.nr re .or lev", ttf  liigh waler mark.0:1 tl<_.������iir.l_*ic.i.ol I'm;  McNeill Uarbor.; Un.iv.e oastcilv ;i\nn_)  shoreline to intei-vciio.i of Stviion*, 2j  and 24." Tcrnship.", iherccsotuhtrly 6g  fluids more or less 10 1 .*i*h *.\.'uei m.nk  or. south sl'ore of 1'orl McN!;.iH Harbor,;  thence westerly atony sl.icie l;r,-f to poiat  o( comnicnceiner... Ro...\Ni. A. LAiKD.  V.. J'iic-t, atjen'.  Dated this ist day of -Scptc-ntx*.-, r-911,_  NOT10J. i,j hrtrebj* glroa lti_.l t,t the  u. st incfttinrr oi! i};c Lt.urJ <���������' Licei a������  Commitjiiiicis o_ Lho Ciiy i,f Cumber  la-.d, I .in.ci.d t.. tp^ly for a  renewal of the Imt 1 i'cent-e bcid by me  for tho K(*a* Englaud Uotol, eitnated oa  tho oa>>t* half of lui.% iu bloo_t 3, Cumbvr-  IuikI ro������'������i.lta.  JAMES WALTERS.  Ui*.ed t_i_s,7*.h dny of Nov., 1S11".  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT    .  Distiictof RnpsM.  TAKK not cc tiaat Endora Mne l>e_<.>i.  of Vanijiuv'.T, H.C.   iccapation v Widow,  i le.uls to iippjy  ������i������r i.ern is-.'*.������n to i>ue-  ���������-���������haso (lie f llown^d sciibul laid : C a*  liu-ucmg ;.l f.t a j) tt plantod   at oue  on:  mile nortii .nnA 40 chaii s i-a-1 of 'lio S. U.  comer, of Peerjiiii 4," T wmhip 8.   tho'.o*-  n_.t*-li__80.ctniiis,^th2Eoe-^iiis"u_80���������ch~i^n_.  |.e..ce toutu 80 c'uiin-. . fc'je*_cc wesl bit  ct-nina toplaeeoi cy.iiiienoeuiciit, cout.ijt  mg G-iO acn.H, tn re , r h-r?.  HoriUd <m po t EMJ_'������ SAY. corner.  En_.i. KiV >L\t: Lkkso.v,  l_>,n CLils, _\kc'.-L.  Dated Dsoctiiborllth, 1910.  -Liabiliiy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  FOR INFORMATION WRLTK THE  Vancouver Island   insurance  Co.,  820 Fort Street       -      -      -      -      VICTORIA, B.C.  %im  MOVING?  Pianos and  Purn1TURK  lrreiglu, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHAIUJSON& HAYWOOD  %    PHONE G T   .  Wiiidennerc Ave.  ORDKUS T'AKIvN  l*OR NUT   COAL  *m*.m>mm������ ������������������ ���������������������������������������>���������������-������,|Q^  To whom it may concern:���������  Tliirf is to   notify the   public  that* all freight charges on bonded uoods cleared   at Um*m Hay  1 .t.  V-,11,  IH  MMf 1  1 ikl '  ,l/J.i,"l  iiiii I   U<  ii H  Wt   fl MM)  ��������� 1 1    r  JlilKi UV.IUIC ^  cd. By order  Caiiiidian Colliorics Dunimiuir  Co  **m>*** - ym-itrtmt mm>-M*mr *������  HAY 1-OR SAIyK���������Thirty  tons of good baled hay, ptice  ^14 per ton at Grantham. IMI.  Janes, Sandvick, B. C,  POK S.M,K���������O.-i-snliw lnnnHi  30 feet in lentil, 7 f< beam, -H^Ii,  p . engine, will cany 10 passengers, Two cabins. Apply Tom-  jjjy'si llicypjc Shop, 3rd Str  .St'HBdUlUC KOU THK XKWSj  ON'l.VOXK pt>J/,..H /\ YKAI6.   I  NOTICK  Any pai'Hon or porHoiiB, cutting,  rciuiiviiif) or titl<iitfj; any blnckn,  timbin' or wood, of any dw-rijitiodn  .olonging to tlio Wellington Col-  oi'-y Co'y., or from or off tho land  of tlio -said Company, or fttiyotio  tipping rubbisli of any description  nny\vhero   upon   the compaii)'i*  lan<l will lm proiseeuUsd to tbo full  1    1   . ,1    1 .,  i*. ��������������� t *������������������'������ i"*>, "��������� ������������������ ���������  W. It. CiiViL&Olm.  (idiit'i-al Manag������'r,  ���������Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  ilidlitfj on lo.iomoiiv-fH and rail  way enr* of the Union f'olliory  Compuny by 'iny  pi-i-'nn   ,ir  \n-t-  ���������(.M|H-    -.'VI'l-pl    III r II t-U ���������***���������' -*  i.' Hll'icl1.'.*  |i-.ol������������lite<l,    Knipioyi-trt .'re  *uh-  '>*���������' t M'l/iiii-'vul foM.lh1Hi1-.-4  1*11 inilv ordtT  W.  !,.  COlfLFOX,  NOTICK.  Saywartl I.nnil UiMrict.  Di.tiici of Suywatd.  TAKK NOTICK l!i,U I, Waller C,;xhe.  cf Coniox, II, C, occupation farmer, in-  lends 10 apply for |;cnnis������io_. to purchase! .lie following (iescfilicd lands.*���������  Couinieiicini,' ut a post planted on tin;  tioutli-wcsl side of Small Island in v'.ow.  hnd Harbour on Valda Island, ihence  fallowing Micro lino to place of commencement* including both  porumii  of  Island containing' 15 "<>*I11,IIC m le,iH*  WALTER fJAHR.  (i. IL PidcocU, Anunl.  Datml April 171b, 1912.  h \i  i..M*. lllll It.J*. Xl-f. fm\m  a  ���������Sutpiiksii, ti. -.'���������'., *���������������' 1 1 ������������������ ���������ii>a������,<' ��������� ������'"  apply f**r u lionmn U> prmiiicut fm O ���������������! hihI  uet. ���������i/.m.'ii ������ai tl") tollov.'iii..' >k������i-������il> <1  Und :���������Cmmn imiik at 11 p. ni. planVod mi  tho KmiMi-Kfi.t (������cni*r ������f Si i*l nn Ki, "Hn-  peit DiH'ri.t, Mdc.lm I-ift-n!, tliun-o  wciit 81) i.tiiiiii*, lliiiT.fl imr'li !-. 1 <; fiin������,  ���������jIiiiik..'.vim*-, Mli'ld'iiK, tla'iu'rt iniitli SO  ohfttui fn ������|i<* ]>Mi.t of *-imiiin;it;''"ii<..''t.  Dat.nl lltli.Uytri M.r.h. I'M-.  .iovki'h 11 I'ov, r. "-iu,-,  npl ".'I m>:JI  TAKK NOriOli that H. P. NTixby.  utariiod womnn, of Viotorin. B. (J., in  tonds tu apply for a licence to prospoct foi  caal and potroloum'on tho folio vfinft duK-  cribod lands:��������� Comm.miiig .at* a pout  plantod 011 tbo uouth-wuot cornor of Sou-  tion 40, Uuport Dintriot, Maloolm Icliind,  .thonco owt 80 oh.iua, thonco nordi 80  ohainH, tlionoo woHr, 80 oliiiin , tbouct*  Bouth 80 ohaina to tbo point of cummaiu-  mont.  Uatod llth day ot,Mnroh 11)12,  IJ. IJ, MUSHY, Ucitor.  Josojh If. Foy, Audit.  i*.pl2l iii,i 31  ammmammmmamam-aa^ammf-amtmaam4m*m*m'amam m-mtm*mm*^  TAKK NOTiCK th.it E. Bibloy, StunoR  KHiphor nf V'ioioiii4, H. C, i.iU-ndti to ni>-  ply fin* 11 liiMiBO to"pri)H|A'ot for ft iul un*;  |)9tr<*l*titn   ������������������   tho     ollowian  drticrlliml  III dhi-Ci'mmoidlig at a pout plaaio 1 c.i  tho iiurth-uiibt (.oiiict- of f-Hction '11,   liu  part Dlutilet, Mjiltioltil lubnd, tlv-iiCi win'  80 <*l)ii*nn, tlKiicu iidi th 80 chid ii*, tbci c<*  oiiHt 80'iiiaiiiH, tbiJinju sioulh 89   chili:,, tu  tliu point of (iommoi.ccm'-iit,  J)u.o<IlltlnIiiyof jMamli, I Oil!  K'. ���������HMJLI'.V, L-umtor  Joeopli H. Foy, A^wi.t  ntiiaiiiiylJl  ������������������������*^*���������^���������*^���������������*^*���������������������������������*���������^**^������������������'���������^*���������**������������������������������������������*-*������������������������*���������^*���������,*������������������*-���������*������ am*m*j  TAKK NUT1CH thnt J. V. M< wby, ol  Vii'.toiin, I. (J, Hourotuy, iiitmidt to apply for n lici'iiHo to j r<)H|it ot for uu d and  potroltium 011 tlio foil iw''iim i'������.*H(!iilad  land*:���������Gommonoiiitf atn pmt pbnilnl on  tho noith-weet cuoi'i ri( Hoctlon 17, H'i-  put Diitrict, Mnlo.-loi Inl uni, fitav  uoiilb B0 chalim, tho.r'ii Oi.l SU ciu.i !',,  thonoo uuitb HO cliuiiu,   tlunco wo������t 80  oliaiua to tho point of oomnienoomcns  .*      111 .. 1   1       i* ������t,  ...  iniu  *** ...���������**������������������ *������������������*, *���������   ,1.  V   M'^.PV.  -,ifV<-i.(  Jorti j������h 11. Foy, A'.*'" t*  npt'.:*l my ^1  UUPKiiT LAND lJl-TRICT  Distrio of Riport  I'AKK  T'OYIVK    thit  Aiobiiiio   Eh tor  Clark    ].* -wn,   of   lirooMie.d    N.   V,  married viomnu. intends to apply fi-r pf-  oiiaiioti to purolu.e the fuHoWhi*(,' dtMirilv-  vd landt.:���������C-'inmoiiO UK at a poat pltiiitcii  it ioi-.thv,'i!tt concr of f. oinii   IP, Town-  -h'p 0, lboi.ro oortli   SO  .hnnis,,   thciiit  I'libtSOcliuiur,   tliDiico    r.outii   SO   cliaiiic.,  thoio. mt! HO chuiiu to plaoo of coiiiiu.u-  ment oiiLtiiniiij^ (ill) aerou more or love.  Sciilmd fn pout A.K.r.JV. S.W. n..r  Ajini.Ainx Kijtiih i.'i,ahk IIkows.  Uau Uiaik, n^'tir,  Dnted Dccombor 19th. Ill 10.  UUPKRT LAND 1.1STKJ0T  Pi. iricUif Rupert  TAKE   notice   1.1mt   HinlunoinS'..  Cliark'H llisa of Vancouver,  fl. 0.,  Broker inlendB lo npply   for  per  mil./.ion to purchase the foliowinp  doscrilied lanihi-Couirnoiiciiig r.-t  ti post planted nt i  post   I ������jI������vo'*d  section 18k, Townahip 5), anil .:i>d  ion 13, Township 20, th.nce wch -{tl  chainp, thenco contli it) chnin!',  thtnee wi-tit iO chnin ���������, thonoe tout li  all olinin.; it.ciivv i-uhI ���������_<. I'lminc,  iIkmico mirth *10 chainn, thi'iKt*. oan  ���������10 ( hiiini*, tin lieu north SOchaiiiH lu  i>iiicoof (..oiiunoi con out, containing  610 t.criH iiioic or Iohi..  Hcribod on poHt'UCH'w N ii cor.  l!U:IIMOM) ( MAUI l*H   I.IHH,  linn Chirk, i������nent.  Dnted liccoi.ilici H).h, I'd 10.  uuPKHf 1."vsd"iimuicT *  !������ii-trict of llup'il,  '17.KK KUIit;l_  tlmt  Khvi.rd  Dsko.  <l l'.ii'Khnmti'ii, IsV, loicliiniusiiiUirdn to  npply f< '���������'   p". n in Ion in porohaiJ. Ilu* fol-  iowii'u,! drtorlhiitl InnilH:-(ii.iinpi*ni)iiinff nt  I  p hi   jlllllnl   '.'    Illt'f"      IV<Ht      ������f      Iho  noiit'i I'di't ������������.!tu r nt Ao i' n 2*1, Towii(*hlii  '.!<),'li'Hi!, uv. I, Kll i'iii'iu, tlunco i-out li  HOmaiiH, tlii'iK-o o.ixf HU iiiinin**, tfiraioo  11,-r.ii WI i'ii'.' b fn pi 0" i-looii triiii'Zemirit,  UOHlbi 'IIIH til'l Itcri'l*. IhlUnt/r llM������.  S.*!,!.ml 011 (himI KD'm N.K, oirner.  I'.invAiiu Ini. 1.  l),uClui),.\ilvi.f  IhtUif .���������U'.ea.lMTll.lli. 1010.  ������������������*mm*w*am>*������.i> *nmm"*af 'ummmm wiwwww<MW������MiMW������^wr-������w*���������*^^������  .. -.-..._.- j tAh|^_M^iMrf^^W^������^'������M{(||  rAKKKirruiK.h.1 P. .... ������  ���������., <     c  H TAR���������r., ,      1  ply tor a limim* to prri'p'et for u-ttl anil  p(itio|in.m on tbe .ull..<wiritf oi*.orili d  I.������ri��������� 1 ^:���������<* tmuo uum nt a po.t pUi.lul on  tliu i*t<-tnli-������������'tcorn*.r <.'<  S i*ti *.i Hi   !<u-1  ������ ata-ma-mawa** mm*mm+'l**- ������������������<**��������� 4 -m+m "  i������i *m nam w a*-- fa-^aam* ���������  Have yon li������ai'd the latest  soii'jf 'They <J"i*a fi lit Kickhr  My Dojj Ai(mn.' t:������������nn- and %v\  a copv at Th������* New* Uilice. (July  a k,y copies 1 rfL.  HIGH GRADE STOVES*  rt 'iMttiiot, Miioolm  M,.ii.'. tho-<:������ ��������������� !! ? A������������������ "������  KITCURW . .UTENHIL  v.'iuii.-.'h !'-iu t'^'l "I ���������'!"'.   'I.- i- |  J"  - ���������    *.>t  80  oh.inn,   tbinon   *ri���������lW)Mlai*...   j      C������������fil������fciY������OnC  H/iAHc  \t  tu.*  iiiciiooinciit,  D.I...I IIi!m1*>o������ M������r h, ItMt'.  J), i)   SiVtlf, I.M..t.,r  J,������'*ph 11. Foy, Anitit  General Hardware  ^M i_s_j_4raU__,__i__C  rj_________t__Mi_a  ���������"-������������������"������������������"-���������������'���������Vi*.-���������'-^*-���������  THE I^WS. OTT?Tn7?.7U.A"NT), "R.  fT.  9  PILES CURED!  Writing from Poplar, B.C., Mrs. C.  Hanson, proprietress of tho Commercial Hotel, Bays: "I suffered for yeara  with bleeding piles. Tho pain -was sog  bad at times that I could hardly walk,*  and ordinary remedies seemed utterly  unablo to give me any oaso. Finally  I" decided to undergo an operation,  and went to tho Sacred Heart Hospital  _ in Spokane.  There thoy performed an  ��������� operation.   For a time lyre.* certainly j  - better, bub within twelve months tho���������  piles became as painful as ever. I  tried liniments, hot poultices, various  'pilo cures,'and indeed everything I  could think would bo likely to do any  __ good, but etill I continued to suffer, _  ���������and the shooting, burning, stingingi  | pains, "the dull, aching,  ' worn-out'j  ��������� feeling that the disease causes con-������  tinued as bad as ever. ���������  "One day I read about Zam-Buk fi  and thought I would try it. The first  one or two boxes gave me more ease  than anything else I had tried, so I  wen fi on with the treatment. In a  short time I began to feel altogether  different and better. Well, I went on  using Zam-Buk, and by tho time I had  used six boxes I was delighted to find  myself entirely cured. That was three  years ago, and thore has been no  return of the trouble."'  Zam-Buk Is a. sure cure for piles,  eczema, ulcers, abscesses, eruptions,  chapped bands, varicose Bores, burns,  scalds, bruises, inflamed patches, and  all skin injuries and diseases. Druggists and stores everywhere, 50c. box,  or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.    ������  Amundsen's Name.  Although    Amundsen    has been a  famous man ever since he discovered  the Northwest Passage, his name is  still  pronounced  wrong  as- often  aa  .right.   The correct nronounciatibn Is  with a strong stress on the first syllable, which is made rathei; long���������  "Ah'.-moond-sen." The "oo" is not  Quito so close and positive as in  moon, and the "c" is somewhat  slighted. The last two syllables, being cluttered up with consonants,  take each about the same time, as the  long "ah," so that Ilie rythm is much  like that of "Edmonton," or "excel-  r\ lent" emphatically spoken. It is a  resonant, spirited name, worthy of  a modern viking.���������Springfield Republican.  The change of. dietary that conies  with spring and summer has the effect in weak stomachs of setting up  inflammation, resulting in dysentery  Mid cholera morbus. The abnormal  condition will continue If not attended to and will causo an exhaustive  .drain on the system. The best available medicine is Dr. ,T. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial, It clears the  ���������stomach and bowels of Irritants,  .ounteractH tho Inflammation and restores the organs to healthy action.  One Pie for 90 Persons.  Over.HO persons partook at Gorlos-  ton of n sea pie Into Iho making of  which (hero entered two stone of  llour. six rabbits, bIx ox nnd sheep  kldnovH, 28 pounds of boe.Bteak, two  stono of green vegetables, half a  slouo of onijns' anil two stono of  turnips and ciutoIh,  Tho total wcly,hi. of tho pie was  over 21)0 pounds and It look two days  to cook.���������Loudon  Evening Standard,  Slight Delay.  TI(i--If an old millionaire on the  verge of Mm grave wanted to marry  yon, would yon throw mo oyer?  She���������-Not iHHJCfiiiurily. SUM you  might have lo wiill a year or two,���������  {.Wiper's  IlnlMlolliliiy,  (.ormany possesses 1 ,r������0f> moving  picture shows, of which I hero are  liliO In Itorll/i.  J.'JhIi Ih r.niiii'tlnu'H colored Willi nn  organic dye, lo n'lvo li llio iip|ii<iiriiii(!(*  of having been smoked.         * * '-.<   The Ili'Hl HiibiiuiiliH' bon I wiim In  vonli'il mid siieei.. Miilly tried iu tho  ���������filghli'i nth century.  Tn recent, yciii-H tin** sen Iiiih given  fii'i'iif llrllaln luii'k morn laud thnn  It lnu, fi-.tuu a ".miv,  Ciinicl:i nro llm only .iiilinalH tliat  cnniiiil hu im.  ���������Willi nn Iron sword, eighteen Inches' long, beside ll, .a 'nl.filt'fon linn  1ic������n found nt  Purlon, Wiltshire,  flKmamwm^ W   ���������  DODOS  m-m     <���������������     ������-mt       am    w mt     mamvmt  ua H m l'*ii mUbi  A., PILLS  <,(Ai   \Vvv>vv;  THI  Suicide  by  Starvation  In a tepee acfoss the river from  Usk, Wash., Felicite, oldest Indian iu  tho Kali3pell, valley, passed away���������  starved to death, as did the aged and  Infirm in the time of her fathers.  All her life Felicite lived on the  banks of, the Pend d'Oreille. From  the monster falls rit Albany to the  roaring deathtrap in Box canyon,  she knew every fact and-every whim  of the* great river. Before the white  man ever saw it she caught flsli-ln  the seething rapids and paddled" her  canoe on its broad surface.  Felicite had been sick for years, but  always hoped that some time . she  would recover and do her share of the  labor of the  tribe. '  When the knowledge came that  she was of no use * any longer and  had become a drag, upon her people,  Felicite pulled her ragged blanket  around her spent body and lay down  to die. Not an ounce of food would  she touch and she took only enough  water to bo spared the delirium of  t hirst. .  For two 'weeks sho refused nourishment, Her skin wrinkled like  parchment and she died little more  than a frame of bones.  'J ne most sacred rites ot> the tribe  were administered and her body lies  on the bank of the river that had always been her world."      ���������*.���������>*���������  Love's Labor Lost.  Rev. John Brown, fahter of the  well beloved Dr, John Brown, who  wrote those little classics, "Rab" and  "Warjorie Fleming," was in the habit,  on festive occasions, of proposing a  certain young lady as his toast.  Noticing that he had abruptly abandoned the practice, a curious person  asked him the reason.  "Because," he said, sadly. "I have  "toasted her for sixteen years without  being able,to make her brown, and  so I've resolved to:toast her no longer."���������Youth's Companion.  ' Deafness Cannot Ce Cured  by local applications, as they cannot reach tlie diseased portion ol the <���������_.. Thero Is only one way to  cure dealneas, and lliat,ls by constitutional remedies.  Deafness la caused by an inflamed condition ot the  mucous lining o_ the Eustachian Tube. When this  tuba ia Inflamed* you havo a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It i9 entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be  taken out and thia tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases  out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which i_ nothing  but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surra.es.  Wo will glvo One iluudrcil Dollars (or auy case of  Dea!ncs3 (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by Hall's Catarrh Cure.   Send for circulars, free.   ....  F. J. CHENEY _c CO., Toledo', O.  Koid by DruEgisI-, 7.*)C.  Take lUli'a family Pills for constipation.  "Canada Needs Truck Farmers  'Vegetables-to the value of ������1*672,-  190 were imported by; Canada from  the.' United States during the eight  months en ling November; last, or  double .the ajnount in the same period two years before, according to  reports to. the International Dry-Far-  ���������mi.iig���������Coug',ess-at_Lethhri(lge. This  is only another argument for mixed  farming in western Canada.  Knew  Her -Place.  Mr. Exe���������"What! Another new  dress! Perhaps you -will tell ine,  madam, how 1 shall get the money  to pay for it?"  Mrs. Exe���������'You must excuse, me.  I am your wife, not your financial adviser."���������Boston  Transcript,  Very Wrong.  "Married only three weeks and  want a divorce?"  "My husband deceived mc shamefully."  "About his income?"  "Oh, no.  "In what way?"  "Ho led me to believe thnt ho played a good game of bridge,"  Brutal  Vice-President Sherman in an" interview in Washington, said of tho  smashing of a boom!  ."it was a brutal smash. It was so  brutal, so cruel, it reminds me of  Merritt's retort,  MerrKt'ii wife, at file end of the  usual broukfust-tiible quarrel, burnt  into tours behind tho coffee urn nnd  as she searched for her handkerchief,  wailed,  "'Vou snld, the second time I re*  fused you, Unit you'd rather live iu  eternal torment, with mo than In bliss  by yourself,' *s  " 'Well, I liad my wish,' growled  Morrill.'"  A Cold Welcome.  A clergyman In a Hinnll town wns  deploring the fuel, that none of the  cmples Uinl fiinio In from llio country to be married stopped at lily house  for tho purpose.  "Well, brother," mild the mnn nd*  dressed, "what can you oxpcel, Willi  Uinl. *bk sign on lhe tree lhoro: 'Kivo  Dollars' Kino for 11 Itching JI ere".'"---  Youth's Companion,  Gnfer Plan,  "I let my house furnished, nnd  they've hud niciiidi'H llioro, (Jf course,  we've hud tlm place disinfected, ho I  suppose II.'h quite unto, What do you  tliink?"  "I fancy II would ho all right, dour;  but 1 think, iii'i'hiii'H, It would be  safer to lend It lo u friend first,"--  Punch.  BmT.  IH, N  U. No, 001.  "Kay, nliH'rmiui, I wIhIi you'd gut  mo a job an dog cut flier."  "Are you out of work?"  "No, but I'll quit iho work I'm do-  ii'K him.  ii ,viiu ii h'-> ni'* uiiii j<m,  "Kver hnd any cspc-i'tcnee w-. a do*.;  ciilfher?"  "I don't, need any expoi'lence, I've  not, Um Incentive���������- I'm it hitler curri-  er,"���������Chlcugo Tribune,  V> l-    -lui'-uii'.-Ki li   tin'   i>)j)iiii.iiiii.   mt    .1  position ns laundress,  "Are you man led'.'" wo nuked,  "No Huh, I'so a wlddah,"  "Ah*-nnd your husband In dead'."  "ViiKHiih"���������'ion hIio ilald,"  "Ilow did he moot his death?"  "Meet II? Law.*,   mnn,   bo   didn't  moot, li! Doy hud lor chim.* him two  mile fo doy nil could  koteh lilm an'  put do rope rouu' IiIh nock,"-*-Life.  Willing to Accommodate  A justice got a jolt tho other day,  and ho is telling the story of It. yet.  lie said that late one afternoon he  gave a case to a jury and that it was  4.30 o'clock the folowing morhing before the jury agreed upon a verdict.  "I waited for the verdict," said the  justice, "and after it was returned I  told the jurors that as It was possible  most of them were married men, If  they desired ' would give to each a  certificate that he had been detained  until 4.30 o'clock in the morning on  jury service..    ���������*:  "The jurors consulted together for  a few minutes," continued the justice, "and then the foreman arose  and said:���������'Wo thank you" for your  consideration and, appreciate the  kindness of your offer and desire to  say that'll your Honor needs a certificate to the effect that you were detained until 4.'60 o'clock in the morning waiting for our verdict we \will  gladly so certify,*"   '*,  The justico hastily declined this  kind offer with thanks, and just as  hastily adjourned court.  hr.  mmmxi%  Pmmim  SQDftS  -_  ���������.*A������_������. Vt '-B.i *i'.\*t*\ *. -J, C iv* ������ <  '*.    *���������  *   -.'^������������������'"l. V        .','���������'  ,*^.'Vi,������ it't'v ti *���������**..*:    C ���������.",*. W-* ^  A Prime Dressing for Wounds.���������  In sonic factories and workshops carbolic acid is kept for use in cauterizing wounds and cuts sustained by the  workmen. Far better to keep oh  hand a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclec-  tric Oil, It is just as quick in action  and does not scar the skin or burn  the flesh. There is no other Oil that  has its curati/o. qualities.  "Talk abouClong- playing," said* the  Yankee to Pat. "Why, your countrymen wouldn't get a look in-with us.  I know a fellow-citizen who played  'Beautiful Stars and Stripes* on the  piano for several hours."  "Arrah, closo yer mouth," said Pat.  "You ought to be ashamed of yourself, to be talking about nothing.  Sure 7 know an Irishman that played  'Ireland Forever' on a flute."  MOTHERS RECOMMEND  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  . Baby's Own Tablets are recommended by thousands of thankful  mothers -who* have"' used * them Tor  their little ones and have founcl-atliem  a safe and sure cure for constipation, indigestion, worms, simple  fevers and all stomach and ��������� bowel  troubles. Concerning them Mrs. 'Augusts Blier, St. Damase, Que.,  writes: "Please send ms another box  of Baby's Own Tablets. I have already used them and have found  them an excellent remedy for little  ones. I would strongly "recommend  theni to all mothers." --Tiie Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at ������5 cents a box from The Dr.  -Williams'-���������Medicine-ebT-Brockvilte:  Ont.  YOU'LL HAVE LESS WORK AND MORE PLAY  IF YOU TRY TIIE M OO N EY WAY  Tho MOONEY way moans more biscuits, less home cooking:  Because MOON E Y' S BISC UI TS are fresh enough and appetizing  enough to take the place of the product of your own oven.   For the daily meal  you'll like  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA   BISCUITS  They're the crispest, creamiest, most delicious soda  biscuits ever produced and they're mado in Winnipeg.   A Western biscuit for Western people.  '���������' In,air-tight packages or scaled tins.  Let  MODNEY  DOIT  In the Dark.  '���������(Edith���������How* did you feel when  Jack kissed you through the tunnel?  Ethel���������I felt as if I never wanted  to see his face again.���������Boston Tran-  sciipt,  John Misunderstood.    '-.'"���������  Herr Baron (finding a friend's cig-  garette  catfe ������in  his  coat  pocket)--  There!    I must have put this in'iny  pocket by mistake the other night.  John  didn't    you-   notice a* strange  cigarette case in,this coat?  John���������Oh, yes, sir, but I didn't sny  anything to anybody about it.--Flic-  gendc Blaetter.  Winter's Chill  Upset Kidneys  Pain In Back   Tell    of    Congestion  Caused by Cold,  You  Can  Prevent Serious Complications by Using,  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  . When the surface of the body is  Hiiddenly chilled Iho millions of pores In tho Hkln- nro quickly closed,  Under ordinary clrciimiitnnco,s thoso  Ij.-ir.'s are of enormous assistance to  Uio kldnoyn In removing poisons from'  tho system, Their failure menus  greatly Inuroasod strain on tho kid*  iieyt. and- frequently congestion,  which lends fo i.crloiiH dlseiifju,  This explainsy why kidney (roubles ure so frequent nt Ibis season  of lhe year, and why you require  something lo quicken the action of  the kidney, und keep them lu healthful working condition,  Dr, ChiiKo't, Kldiicy.Llvor Pills are  linrtlculiirly offocllv.i under I hone  condition!. bewuiHo or thoir comblnod  notion on tho kidneys, liver and bowels, The whole tutoring und excretory systems are thoroughly cleansed  mul Invigorated, the poisons are removed from tho blood aud you feel  like n different, person,  The digestive system does not  hnve hull' u clianco when those other  organs ure clogged wllh. waste mutter nnd sluggish in notion, jjnt. once  you gel, the live- nnd  kldncyn right  lhe  niiiHH  of   food     being    digested  ... n     11 ... i    ,i       i.  sivy ennui, your inipnMto Improve*.,  digestion U gout." nnd life is worth  living,  Dr, 'Miase's KidneyUver Tills, one  pill a.doiie, L'oe a box, at all dealerti  or Kdmaiison, ..ulei-i & Co., Limited,  .���������.*.'.* ...Chilly... .*> ..'.,' ,  A certain member of a Boston club  habitually evinces such a frigid demeanor that many of his acquaintances have facetiously averred^that  "it gives one a cold to, shake hands  with him."  One evening a group at the club  were discussing the- disposition of the  said member, .yhen a newcomer ventured this:��������� .���������-,'���������.'���������'���������  ;;"Why, gentlemen, ,1 understand  that it is the custom' in this club  when that cliap attends <a' dinner here  toice the claret in order that it may  be- at.''the. same temperature as the  dining-room."���������Harper's  Maga,zine.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Tour druggist will refund money if PAZO  OINTMENT   falls   to   cure   any   case  of  Itching.    Blind.    Bleeding  or  Frotrudiin*  Files lu (* to 1. days.'   COc.  The Censorship in Russia.  It is pleasant lo learn���������the story is  current, in.many a Russian household  ���������that the cook books which had  been condemned because a recipe  contained tha words "perfect freedom," words which were used in reference to some culinary process,  have escaped further mutilation and  have been selling' without hindrance.  On the other hand, the list of books  whicli continue to be suppressed is  long and varied.���������London Times. ���������-  12 Tumors Removed Without An Operation  '���������'������������������.-''������������������'���������_..,_./���������-���������.'  *    i '   ���������.'  ' ,    . Silver LaUo,  Ont.,  Sept.  20,  190V.  nn/t t fht^J'i Curra,VrI1 am enjoying: better health than I have for eight years,  and I think I am entirely cured. I havo none of the old symptoms, f am very  grateful for my present health, and think Orange Lily is thagreatest treatmSS  for women the world knows. Its  use In my case caused 12 tumors  or growths of some sort to be expelled. Some were as largo as a hen'a  efig. and others smaller, down io  ���������the size of a walnut. You inav us*  my case ln your advertisement, for  It la the solid truth, and pen  cannot describe all the good It has  ���������done for me. Mra. Louise E. Bolt*-,  ridge. ��������� ���������  Thig  letter  gives  an   Indication  of  the    positive    beneflta.  that  'alwavii  ���������follow the usb of Orange -Lily.   It la  an   applied   treatment     and     cornea  In  direct contact  with  the suffering  !,��������� _,....* ;.. -.n    - .     1 ;t _ ,ore-ana.     It   produces   results    from  the start in all cases of women's   disorders, Including   painful   periods,   falling   of  ronib,  irregularities, leucorrhoea.  ote.  I will send a sample box containing 10 days' treatment absolutely trre to any  suffering woman who has not yet tried it if she will send mo her address. KncloM 3  ���������tamps and address MRS. FRANCES E. CURRAH, Windsor, Ont. A  FOR  PINK  EYE  SPOHN  DISTEMPER  CATARRHAL   FEVER  AND  ALL  NOSE  AND THROAT  DISEASES  Cures   tho   siclt and   acts   as   a   preventative   for  olliers.  Liquid  given  on   Um   tongue.     Sate   .for   brood   marcs   and  all   others.     Host Kidney remedy;  00 cents a bottle;  S-i.00  the dozen.    Sold by all druggists and harness houses.    Distributors  ���������  A\,ii AVHOL1.SAU.  Ur.l.GUISTS.  MEDICAL   CO.,   Bacteriologists,  GOSHEN,  IND.,  U. S. A.  Would  Never Agree  Mrs. Flubdub���������"Why shouldn't women servo, on juries?"  Mr, Flubdub���������.''I suppose the courts  are afraid a husband and wife might  be drawn on the samo jury."���������Puck.  "Ves I have e\iiy hope, of belli)',  elected councillor--tlie sent Ih viiciint,  and llii-y waul a hlnmg bead lo occupy ti"���������  "Oli--then you ill nn your hemlH in  tho council':"- *Smih<*i||,  A Last Chance,  "Ooing to Wombat's wedding?"  "Not I,   I wis engaged to thut girl,  Wombat cut uio out,"  "Well, como lo tlio wedding,    You  mny gel n t-hniun In biff lilm In Mia  jaw wllh uu old shoe,"  In the Slnle of jCullloriilii the f, ���������  nml" villi* ontiiiiiiili".H I lie iiiub' I*,,,  cu'er (.0,000,  Tin-*    tv;..<*f|'te    anntmt    profit   of  iiiIikh ,*ishp'wiI for Income \n\ In tin-  11, lilted   Kingdom   Ik   .: ii!,r,i |,.','.*l',  The desire for knowledge, liko the  thirst of riches, increases ever with  the acquisition of It,  One of the newest musical- instruments, operated by electricity, reproduces tho notes of forly-llvo orchestra performers,     ���������  *      Things Unprintable  Willie���������Mother always carves whon  wo have company to dinner,  Bobby���������Isn't, your father able to?  Willie���������Yah;  but bo   ain't able to  without sayln' tilings.���������Boston Transcript.  _..,.,.. ,.i ���������  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  i ��������� M !.��������� i.i.j        i ii ������������������    in ���������r  Attendant Was Wise.  .Tones had Just run over to'see it  Mr. and Mrs, Hluiik would go to llio  theatre with them. Mrs. Hlunk was  sorry, bul, unfortunately, Illunk was  out, Probably be (wua uL flic club.  Hho would leleplione. The following  con vernal Ion ensued:  "Halloa! In this llio   club?   Is  iny husbiurl there, llulloil! Not there,  Sure? Well, nil right, then; but hold  ou. How do you know? 1 imvcii't  even I old you my namo,"  "There nlu'l nobody's husband hoio  ���������nover," was Ilie wIhii iitleiidiinl'u  reply.���������San KniuclHcn H.lnr.  Railway Survey by Camels.  In a very Hborl time J, Norton  (irlfliihs, M.P., will leave for Auslru-  lilt lo confer wllh the Commonwwillh  Oovnrmiiniil, lu connection with the  tnuticoiitlneiitiil railway.  Tho survey ol' the vast. ulWit/di of  country between east und west hns  liooii thn eiimio of nol a little anxiety,  CnmolH bud to be used to traverse  tho great wmilos and ol, overy point  tho problem of scarcity of water bad  lo lv������ fueed  und overcome,  Tho chief Hiirvoyor oxniniiiod tho  ciuiiii) iii ..ihutici* .ind <-i.ip)<.,ii-(| a  novel inetliod to mark hiu trull for  thouo who followed, Ilo fastenod n  heavy chain to his camel, und thin  dragging on iho ryud, loft a plain  .mil. When It was poi.Blble observa-  Uonu of Die slurs wej'e takon at  night, and provlBions and water woro  ueiit on nbou, seven inlles ahead for  the next day's camp.- -Pull Alnll Unz*  etto.  The lnce I nub* of l-Vane**"' \n sulii  lo afford employment, for 200,000 persons,  Why doesn't she take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop a headache promptly, yet do not contain any of  the dangerous drugs common in headache tablets. Ask your  Druggist about them.   25c. a box.  National druo and Chemical Co. er Canada, Liuitcd. 122  A Surmise.  "That," said the musician, "Is a  Stradivarius.   It is worth thousands,"  "H'm!" replied Mr. Cuinrox, rather  wearily. "1 supposo music is sonic-  thing liko the drug business. Things  cost moro when you call 'em by their  Latin names.'���������Washington Star,  The Pace That Kills.  Tho Army and Navy club in Washington is an oxcluslve organization,  Tho clubhouse Is nicely decorated.  Ono picture, ot which tho members  are proud and which they take overy  opportunity to bring to the attention  of visitors, Is ruther u crude pen-  and-ink drawing, obviously the work  of an ainat.ur, It despicts an olllcer  Kcutod boforo a doal table, standing  In front of which is a private soldier  at salute. Heneath lhe picture Is llio  following Inscription;  "Pal, I boar that you have boon  driiiiU again."  "Yls, hoi*;"  "Your conduct is disgraceful.  Why cnn'!. you drink like olllcers and  goittlomon?"  .   "Kaltli,- nor, nnd If Ol did OIM bo  dead In a wako,"  One American picture fllin-ninklng  llrni has 7,000 costumes of all countries In slock us agaltiHl 171 In 1000,  Astronomical oh..orvu!!on������ in China  wore carried en us far back as -;i5;i  Whipping casualltles of _iH-.inHi.n-  alltloH last year, totalled 108 vomoIh,  with a tonnage of 114,281.  Courteous.  Pedantic Old Gentloniaii (tores-  taurant waiter)���������I bellevo it is Improper ' to speak disrespectfully of  one's elders?  Restaurant Waiter--So I've hoard*  sir.  pedantic Old Geutleman ��������� Then 1  will bo silent, concerning this fowl  you havo just -brought me,���������London  Tit-Dits.  Minard8 Liniment for sale everywhere.  A Clew.  Paul���������Young Strongarm just paid  me a ton thai, ho owed ine,  Peter���������I supposo ho got. It In fhn  usual way, I wns hold ,up again last  nlghl.  Ro rnve are cases of hydrophobia  now In Kuropo that, during tho last  ton yours cases lmvo only averaged  ono per annum.  "Why do you onconrugo you boy to  tako vo much Intercut. In hln studios?"  "Woll," replied Mr. Ullgglns, "I  suspect I havo unconsciously been  HolllHh In tho mutter, It keeps him  from coining homo and showing off  how niuoh moro ho knows about philosophy ond tlio higher iniilliciiiulles  than 1 do,"  Bcnip Iron and useless machinery  which panned info tho possession of  tho United States from tho old  French Panama Ciiiial Company hnvo  noftod tho HiirprlHlng mun of ?2,UV  000.  One pound of wood (/in! h.ls nul'l-  cii'iil eiieii*" tn lift a in,in loiirteeii  tnllesi high,  MeuiliriT of Piiil!:iineiit In Hi������  United HlutcH arc allowed $1'_-. u year  for niiitioii'ity,  MAN AND THE SOIL.  Uf,    K.     V.   I  ICH.C   ml    i*mU*'U,   MlHl-IUl     ~l     -.������������������������������������    V,**-..-���������*-  ��������������������������� uj  Mrdlrnl Advlnr.r, ������������y. " why d-nim not the furmer treat bin own ���������  body ai he treats tbe land he ou1tivnten,   He puts bsok in phos-  phste what he takes out in tropn, or the land would if row poor.  The fanner should put baok into hi* body Ihe vital elemen s  exhaimtcd by labor, or by ill-health Induced by some chronie  disease."    Further, he sayi, ������������������ the itreit value of my Doctor ....���������^i.  n*.,.,...,, Cofifr-n Mnllrfll HUcevrrv U in lu vltnllzinil power.     It tftves StrenHlll  loathe stomach and purity fo the biood.    If i������ like tbo phosphates which ���������upply  nature with the fubifances thst build up the crops.    The ftr-rcaohlntf action ot  Doctor iMcrcc'H Golden HIcdlcnl^Dlwcovcry  U due to its effect on the stomach and organs of dlitestlon and nutrition.    Dii.  eaces that baiirt in the stomach are cured through (he stomach,    A bilious spel  f������ iVmnlv theT result ol In effort made by tlie Uvcr to catch up when over-worked  la.! evhJu.Iml,    I! fivS.found the ' Discovery' to be unsurpassed as ��������� liver rei*  ultttor and rich blood-maker," .,   , _.  Mm Lotiii* Kviiia.v of PflrUi.KmiHiw.AIVj'! ,MT wilt U-? 1!l1(|*1,11,y, m ,,",,!a^  ������f tl.,. eir.vtlveneM*4 of your remedy upon myHoH. VV,H,,!'.u,.,l,,1_iiw,t. i<i ,^ n i r  for two your., or moro, Doctored with ihwn dinermit docloi's Ijo������W������m tntaliia iiuinor-  om kl������������r? of arwiillrtil' Htomorli cureH' but, reenlvcd no pnrnuuient MInf. * ������������������f ������  dowu, .���������ould not Nleep nt nlglit with the pain lu my chcHt.cauijw ; K a* on <^ ��������� ���������������  ni-li. Wiih weak, i*.jiiI������I eat Hcaively anytliluit ill hough I wm Ii ii km ������K������Jl>nnl",V'"  limn. About one ynr and a half ngo br-nim taking your '<���������������������������������'������ Jj" ?. B'\M'  itv' and ufior hnving taken **v<'.al boulei am neiirly cured of (Umiiieli tiouuio.  Cnn now cut without dl-Hrflsn nnd hnve guliiflil llftcen poninH in \ve*lul������t,  i thank you ior your romudy ������ud wUU you a\\ nucciuu tu your ii'io-1 wont. THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, 1?. <i  #  A MAN OF  EXTREMES  Will Usually Swing as Far  One Way as lhe  Other ;  g  By MARGARET BROTHERTON  Edgar Crane from the tlmo he could  talk Mes considered peculiar. As &  little boy he evinced a distaste for little girls, nod as a youth his antipathy  for the opppslte sex Increased rather  than diminished. By tho tlmo he  came of age he was a hardened woman hater. Such men usually nre de-  yoted to their own sex. Mot bo Crane.  He had but little more use for men  than women.  Ad aunt vainly endeavored to get  what she called "this nonsense" out  of him and,' failing, told bim that he  would 6omo day become a convert to  her views nnd surrender under circumstances no more sensible than was  his opposition. When she died her  nephew was still of tho. same opinion.  Tbe old lady left him her fortune,  $100,000. with the stipulation that If  lie married half tbe amount was to go  to a foundlings' borne. Thus did she  arrange to show bcr spleen after ber  death. ]  Edgar Craue had $10,000of his own,  aud, taking his fortune with him, he  wcut west to become a rancher. lie  ' bought a large tract of land and built  a house Io the middle of It, thus keeping as far as possible from neighbors.  His house was comfortable, and his  domain was attractive, beiug made up  of plains * nnd i#'.ling land, partly  wooded. Ho stocked it with a few  ���������sheep, but spent more money for  books to put Iu his library than for  sheep to stock his ranch.  Hla lands wero so extcuded tbat It  was some time before he bad visited  every part of them. Indeed, he spent  most of bis time at home reading.  .When be did ride out It- was for the  purpose of seeing if there were trespassers on Bis grounds. Several years  passed and ho showed no signs of dissatisfaction witli hla mode of life.  .Then one day when riding up on nn  eminence he saw a little shanty built  of a few logs, some boards and considerable brush on a spot that ho  knew was within his bounds.  With blood lu his eye be put spurs  to^his*horse"'nnd~rode~-tO"tbe~cabinr  Reining up before tho door, ho called  for the trespasser to come out. Receiving no reply, be dismounted and  put bis head Vvllhln the door. He surveyed ono room, all there was. A mud  chimney witb an open fireplace stood  nt oue side. Instead of a bedstead a  bunk was built lu n corner. There wero  rt chest of drawers, a table nnd several  .chairs, the bottoms of tbo latter being  Imperfect.  Crano -went lnsldo with a view to  leaving a notice for tbo trespasser to  quit.   A charred stick ho found on the  cloy hearth served his purpose, and a  board which constituted a part of the  ���������wall stood In lieu of writing paper. Ho  ���������wrote simply: .    .  Leave nt onco.  OWNER OF rnOPERTY.  Uo was turning to leavo when on tho  tunic he snw n heap tbat excited his  curloBity.^Removing a light covering,  ho looked upon tbe face of a sleeping  bnbo. Tho covering bnd evidently  been laid to protect It from 'flies nnd  other lnsecis. Thero wns something In  fills littlo lump of unconscious nonre-  tlstance that wns diametrically different from Edgar Cruno's combative*  IIOSH.  Tbo child slept on, unmindful* of  holii/ at tho -.nercy of the man on  whoso property it had Illegally enunt-  tcd,  As Crnno looked down upon tho  Innocent fnco his pugnacity began to  ooze out. A fly lit ou tlio soft round  chooU, causing n sligbt twitching on  tho pnrt of tho Blooper, Crnno brushed It awny. Then, carefully replacing  tho covering, ho tiptoed from tlio bunk  lcRt bo should nwnUen tbo bnby. hoav*  ing tho cnbln, lio mounted bis horso  nnd rodo nwny.  Ilo had no sooner left tho Influence  of tho Innocent Iltllo flquntter thnn  1lio habit of bis llfo regained ltd mastery, ITo wns pionBod at romombcrlng  hnving loft his .iotlco (o quit-not that  ho oxpectod tlio child oh awakening to  pny nny attention to It, but when tho  pnrontH, who woro nwny doubtlosH pro-  tiding In somo way tlio necessaries of  llfo, I'Ottirnod they would seo It nnd  undci'Htiind that (boy must movo on,  Tbo rancher gavo tbo siiuuttors threo  dnys to get off bis premisou-not Hint  ���������o much tlmo was needed, but be  didn't wish to listen to excuses; then  ho wont to tlio spot ngnln, Uo found  tho Biuuo status ns beforo. No ono  was nt homo but tho bnby, nml this  infiintllo squnttor wna tislocp, Ho np-  jiloiiclutU Hiu bunk to iiuxl that, (bough  tlio bead was covered, a foot nnd Uvo  littlo tocj svero exposed. Crnno wns  ubotit to draw tlio clothing down over  tbem when  bo pnuneil for n  look,  I* 10111 i'i iuuik .iti |nuv.iAU-\- (0 a {uU.ti.  How wnsy lliey wero! Uo bent down  (o cxnmlno them moro closely, nnd llio  first thing lio know lio bnd touched hla  lips (o (hem,  Tho bnby pulled Its littlo foot out of  night, nnd Hint ended Ita connection  ���������Willi Crnno'B vlsdt. Turning, be looked for n reply to bis message. Though  ho (senrched everywhere, he found  Bono.   With n chnw������d,������ilek ho wrofo:  Will Sh't you thru day* mom,  { Instead of Klvlng three dnyi bo gavo  ^���������WWWWWWHWKiWWW?  six and doubtless would have given  more had not a herder he employed  ridden up to his house one evening and  said to him:  "Mr. Crane, did you know y' got a  foundlln' asylum on yer ranch?"    *-  "What do you mean?"  "Some one has put up a mud and  board shanty over by tbe creek and  lef ^ a baV in It I rode past there as  I come In. and, bearin' a child squall-  in', looked in, and there was no one  there but the baby."  "I'll go and see about that," replied  Crane with severity, though ln bis  heart was a fear tbat tbe pink toed  baby had been deserted by its parents.  Somehow tbe condition^ under which  his aunt had left him her fortune  came up to mock - him. She bad  predicted that he would eventually do  something, erratic in the way of marriage, and ln case bo did he must turn  over the legacy to a foundlings' home.  Ho had just beeu informed that he  hud a foundlings' .home on bis ranch..  There was somctblug uncanny about  the affahv *y/  Nevertheless be rode on. When he  came near the cabin be heard the child  crying plteously. All was dark. He  entered nnd nfter a search found a cau-  dio and some matches. Striking a  light, ho went to tha bnby and begun  to pat and sing tc it as he had heard  mothers nud nurses do. The baby ceased to cry. Taking the candlo to tbe  bunk, bo let the light fall on the baby.  Tbe little thing blinked its eyes, and  Crane held the candlo whero It was not  to be seen. Then the tiny face broke  into a smile.  But tbo child was hungry, and Its  good humor did not last long. Craue,  divining tbo cause, went to a cupboard  made of a box, where be found milk,  and since there was plenty of wood  for n firo ho soon had the food warmed and iu tbo baby's bottle. Theu, putting it between tho pink lips, he had  tbe satisfaction of seeing his charge  pull lustily.  Ten o'clock came, but no human being. Eleven passed, aud when an old  loud ticking Connecticut clock wheezed .2 Crane came to tbo conclusion  tbat tho baby bnd been le������t to' die.  Lying down beside it, be determined to  remain with it till morning, then take  it to his own bouse.  He awoke to see the sun shining ln  at the open door. And he saw something ' else���������a woman about tw.enty  years old, standing, looking down on  bim and tbe baby, who was using bis  breast for a pillow and bad one leg  thrown over him. On the woman's  face was an expression of terror, which  as she looked faded into one of satisfaction, then broke into a smile. For a  few moments while Crane was awakening he wns too confused to speak.  .When he did so he snid:  A BIRD OF LIGHT.  ___w___^_t_^_w��������� *   The Arctic Tern Shunt tha Night by  ..Flight* From Pol* ta Pole.  It used to bo thought that tbe golden  plover bora off-the palm for length of  Sight between summer nnd winter  homes, but an article ln the National  Geographic Magazine awards that distinction to the arctic tern. This bird  breeds as far north as it can find anything stable on which to construct its  nest. It has been found within seven  and a half degrees of the pole itself.  And tbat nest was found surrounded  by a wall of newly fallen snow, which  the mother bird had carefully scooped  out from round her chick.  Tho tern arrives ln the far north  about June 15 and leaves again for tbe  south toward the Ia3t of August, when  the young are able to fly strongly. Two  or three months later the birds are to  be found skirting the edge of the antarctic continent, 31,000 int'.es away.  What their track is over that vast  space no one yet knows. A few individuals are occasionally seen along tbe  New England or Long Island coast  in the full, but the flocks of thousands  and thousands of ^hese gregarious birds  which alternate from pole to polo have  never l^een met by any trained observer competent to learn their preferred  path and their time schedule. Tbey  must travel at least 150 miles each  day���������apart from their flights In search  or in pursuit of food���������to curry them  within ten or twelve weeks from one  end of the world to tbe other.  The arctic terns enjoy more hours  of sunlight than any other-creatures  on the globe. The sun never sets during their stay nt their northern nesting grounds, and during their stay in  the south they have two months of  continuous sunlight nnd practical daylight for two months more. The birds  bave twenty-four hours of daylight for  between six and eight months of tbe  year.  "  FORESAW HER DOOM. ' .:  THE "EROICA" SYMPHONY.  WEIRD  COINCIDENCES.  SPOKE TO A GHOST  Beethoven's   Patalon   When   Napoleon; Curious Repetition of a Train Wreck  Became Emperor. j and a Luck/ Escape. j .   ,   ,  Even when political capital was not!    Lord Acton for many yours kept a i  to be made of it. the favor of kings ��������� record of coincidences..   A very strange I QUC8r Incident  In Which BiStlOf)  and courtiers was, prior to the middle ' one occurred  within his own esperi-  of the nineteenth century, sought by! ence.  the artists In various fields of activity, j A rumor bad spread that his wife  who were generally dependent for ] had drowned herself. She bad doue  their position upon those high ln po-,j nothing of tbe kind, but It was quite  litical life, and even the most uncom  promising among tbem found It expedient to play polite politics in the Interest of their art by dedicating the  choicest of their works to noble patrons.  The most notable example of a mas-  terwork with a political origin Is  Beethoveu's "liroica'' symphony. General Bernadotte'during his resldenco  In Vienna In 1798 as ambassador from  tho French nation suggested to Beethoven the composition of a symphony  In honor of Napoleon. At that time  Napoleon wns looked upon as the  champion of freedom, the savior of  his country, the embodiment of republican Ideals," wltb which Beethoven  was 'In thorough sympathy, aud ho  willingly accepted the proposal. Before the symphony was published Napoleon became emperor, aud when the  news reached Vienna Beethoven was  vloleully angered. 'After all, then,  he Is nothing but an ordinary mortal!  He will trample all tbe rights of men  uuder foot to Indulge his ambition  and become a greater tyrant than auy  one!"  With these words he seized the music, tore the title page lu half and  threw it ou tbe ground. He never  again referred to the connection between his -work and Napoleon until  no-ws of the laltcr's death reached  him. Then he said, "I have already  composed the proper music for that  catastrophe," meaning; of course, the  funeral march. But the whole symphony, w'ith its essentially revolutionary character, is a musical portrait of  Napoleon as Beethoven idealized bim.  ���������Bookman.  Wilberforce Figured.  THE STORY THE SPIRIT TOLD.  "For heaven Bake, why did you leave  this baby here all night alone?'  "Are you the owner of this land?"  "Yes."  "Well, wo hadn't anything to eat,  and 1 took one of your lambs. A herder saw me do Jt and took me in. I  told bim my baby was here alone, but  he wouldn't believe me. Just before  dnyligbt be fell asleep, and I got  away."  "Where's tbe cUild's father.'8* . .  "Dead."  "Were .you his wife?"  "No."  Crnuo understood. Matrimony In  thnt region wns regarded rather ns a  luxury than an essential.  Tho rnucber went homo nnd sent  bnck to tbo mother a good breakfast,  with/fresh milk for tbo child. lie bnd  not yet sufficiently recovered from bis  prejudices to bring tbem to the ranch  house. Instead' ho built tbem a flue  cabin near by.  Crnno considered that be bnd saved  tbe child's llfo or might hnvo snved It  and regarded tho fatherless littlo thing  as undor his especlnl protection. Tho  mother needed protection as well ns tbo  child. Crano took caro to build lior  cabin Just far enough from his houso to  prevent bcr troubling bim. Sho was a  comely young woman and, though un-  educated, dovoloped under better surroundings than tboso to which sho hnd  been accustomed a good denl of sense,  Crnno got Into tbo habit of going to  talk with her, thon consult with bor,  nnd In tlmo sho been uio necessary to  bis comfort. Ills hooks menu whllo hnd  lost n good donl of tholr froBhnoss for  lilm. Ho visited "bis kid," ns bo called  tbo Iltllo trospnssor, dully, ami lio  couldn't very well ������oo tbo kid without  seeing Its mothor.  Bovornl yearn went by, and Crnno bo-  gnu to think of bringing tho tronpnsH-  lng family to his liomo���������nirirryliiff tho  molliot'-Ro Hint bo would huvo tlicm  liniiily, nut IiIh mint's will stood in tho  way. Ilo was too honornblo to iittompt  to get round bis mint's provision or to  compromise thoso who wero In his  powor, ,  Thon ho went east for nwhllo to try  a separation, but lio had limi fow  friends Ib.ere, and (hey hud scattered,  Ilo rot tuned to bis ranch and his  HfUintlci' family.  It wnu bard for, lilm to mnko up bis  mlud to lako u widow who had novor  beon married and bnrd to glvo up linlf  his estate, but ns tlmo woro ou bo  couldn't ueo uuytliiug eLw (or .ilmttdf  to do.  Ho was drifting townnl tho tticv-  Ilnble. At Inst lie miccunibed. Ills  wlfo proved n troitmiro to Uim, and, Hv-  iug ill ll iuhU Vi lit Ik; HiC.O *>>,..> UU -Mvltk'  ntntlon to keep up, tbo family dldjjtiot  livo undor n cloud, Tho child, n boy,  grow to bo n lino young fellow, nntl  children woro born to Crnno nt������ well,  "My mini," Crnno Hold, "hml n ro-  mnrknblo fneulfy for looking nhend."  Doubtless tbo old lady recognized the  fact tbnt n mnn of extremes must puns  from ono extrcmo to nnolher. At ony  rnto, hIio got nhend of tlm man whom  uko could not Influence nnd mndo lilm  Day well for hU obstinacy,  Warnings of Her Tragio Fate That  Came to Empress Elizabeth.  In "My Royal Clients" M. Taoll, the  famous French detective, writing of  the unfortunate Empress Elizabeth ot  Austria, who was so foully murdered  in Geneva lu 1S98, 6ays that two  strange incidents incline oue to tbe  belief that the empress received a presentiment of her tragic qnd.  "On the eve of her departure for  Geneva she asked Mr. Barker to rend  her a few chapters of a book by Marion Crawford, entitled 'Corieone,' iu  which tbe author describes the detestable customs of tbe Sicilian Mafia.  While tho empress was listening to  tho harrowing story a raven, attracted  ���������by-the-scent^of-some-fruit-which-she  was eating, came * and circled round  her. Greatly impressed, sho tried to  drive It off, but in vain, for It constantly returned, filling tbe echoes witb  Its mournful cronkings. Then slie rap,-,  idly walked away, for she knew.tbat  ravens are harbingers of death when  their 111 omened wings persist ln flapping round a living person,  "Again, a lady in waiting told me  that on the morning of that day she  went into the empress* room, as usual,  to ask how she bad slept and found  her Imperial mistress looking pale nnd  sad.  " 'I have bad n Btrango experience,'  said Elizabeth. 'I was awakened In  tbo middle of tho night by tho bright  moonbeams which filled ray room, for  the servants bod forgotten to draw the  blinds. I could seo the moon from my  bed, and it seemed to hnvo the faco  of a woman weeping. I don't know  if It Is a presentiment, but I hnve an  ldcn I shall meet with misfortune.'"  And it wns a few hours later thnt  Lucchlnl killed her with n threo cornered fllo clumsily fitted to a wooden  baudlo.  -l  nm   imm���������*em i       i  " f  Where the Cold \a Warm.  I hnvo scon oiiiisbliio, oh, sunshine  ns splendid ns yours, among my beloved mountains In Switzerland! You  know., whnt cold Is and what warmth  Is, but do you know what warm cold  Is?  Did you ovor livo n wholo winter  through glowing becauso tbo frost wns  so wnrm? Do you know fbo woiidprs  of bluo ice, pink snow and 40 degrees  of* frost, whllo tho mon ska to lu puna-  mao and tbo girls with open parasols?  And tho fiplendor of colors In tho  morning sky; everything In tho solar  apoefrum���������rod, orango, yollow, green,  blue, Indigo, violet; nt ench moment a  now combination. And then tho sun  Is up, und tho Intoxication of It nil  maUoB you woudor If you ovor lived  boforo.-Dr, Akod In Chrlstlnu Herald,  IRON TONIC FOR TREES.  Plant  Nails  Among  the  Roots and  a  Vigorous Growth Results.  A dozen largo nails planted among  the roots of a tree assure the tree of  health, because tbe vegetable saps  cause the oxidation of the iron and  tho sap carries, . ferruginous salts  through all the living cells and circulation vessels. .  Not many years ago one of Ihe sights  of a certain French cemetery was a  tree, half green, half rust colored, luxuriantly leaved upon both sides and  In flourishing condition. When the tree  died and preparations were made for  ���������au-cxaminatio^of-itsrools it-was-almost impossible to exhume it. When  all tbe ground around it was loosened  and.the roots were exposed it was  found that the tree when a sappliug  bad clasped Its young roots around the  baste of au iron balustrade encircling  a tomb. The roots of tbe tree had run  iu and out between the Iron bars of  tbe fence. Exactly half of tbe tree  bad come in contact with the iron, and  that half put forth a growth luxuriantly leaved In rusty brown. Tho half  that bad not touched the iron developed a growth of normal coloring.  Tbe trco as a whole was a fine specimen of healthy vegetable growth, but  tl side impregnated by iron far exceeded tho green side in Us output of  vigorous lenfage.  Sulphate of iron Is of littlo value  when sprinkled on t  tree, but powdered Iron has a marvelous effect when Introduced Into tho  tissues by means of boles bored ln tlie  trunk. The holes must be filled with  tho powder nnd then corked witli  wooden plugs and well puttied over  and nrouud tbo plugs, so that none of  tho tonic can escape. To do Its work  tbo Iron must bo carried through tbo  treoln tho circulation of lltosap.���������IIar-  per's..  The Craw of Columbus.  Tho list of tho ofUcers and sailors in  fbo first voyage of Columbus was almost cosmopolitan In Its character.  Among them there was u .low, Luis  do Torres; an Irishman from Galway,  Ireland, Willium Harris; an Englishman, Arthur Laws; Italians, Portu-  gunse, Spaniards nnd several other  nationalities, though, of course, tho  .Spaniards woro largely In the majority. It Is malntuluod by somo nulhorl-  Huh, with conuldorablo plausibility,  too, ihut fbcro was a Scotch mnn In  tho list and Hint nftor Columbus lilm-  pelf ho wns Iho first mun to trend tbo  noil of tho now world.-Bjcbniigo,  true that a Buroness Acton had drowu  ed herself at Tegernsee. where Lord  and Lady Acton were staying, and bad  drowned herself under their very window.  The strangest of all coincidences  noted by Lord Aclop concerned Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey. Avho was murdered at the bottom of what Is now  Primrose bill, but was then known tu  Greenberry hill, in London.  Threo men were banged for the murder. Their nuuies. respectively, were  Green, Berry and Hill.  Some years ngo a well known business man, who was accustomed to  make weekly trips between an eastern  city and Chicago, had the uncomfortable experience of having a wheel break  immediately under bis seat while the  train was going ut full speed. It was  only by tbo most fortunate of leaps  that be was able to escape losing his  life. Naturally this experience made a  very deep impression upon him.  It was almost a year later that he  took .the same train and by a strange  chance was assigned tlie same chair.  During a chat with a friend whom ho  had just met be glanced out of the  window and recognized tbe landscape  and tbe very spot ot bis uarrow escape.  He told the friend tbe story of tho broken wheel. Just as he reached tbe  climax of his recital, saying, "The cold  shivers go down my back ut tbe mere  though'; of It���������there it is ngalu," Incredible as it may seem, the identical  accident happened on Hie same train,  almost between the same two Gelds adjoining tbe track, and the victim of  this oddest of coincidences barely escaped the same way as before.  Such weird coincidences are always  difficult of credence, but no less au authority than Dnrwin, the naturalist,  mentions one of the same kind, though  different ln degree. One of a party  whereof Darwin wns a member' was  speaking of tho eartb.junko of Talca-  buano, in northern Chile, on which occasion the father had lost nil his property aud tbe narrator himself bad  barely escaped witb his life. Then,  writes Darwin, there ensued a curious  coincidence. A German, one of the  party, got up, saying that he would  never sit In a room in those countries  with tbe door shut, as, owing to bis  having done so, he once nearly lost hts  life at Soplapo. Accordingly, be open-  _eil���������the._door No_soo.n_e_i_,__ba.d_b6_ja_on_e_  so than be cried out, "Here it comc3  again!" and another shock commenced.  The whole party  escaped.���������St  Loui3  Republic.  Abandoned Mine9.  Old worked out mines are often highly dangerous.. When they nro almost  forgotten tho grotiud above them will  sometimes envo lu witb disnstrous results. It is uot uu uncommon thing  in an old mining district to see a  bouse, or even part of a town that 1ms  been wrecked by dropping Into au unsuspected nnd long nlmndoned tunnel  brfnenth. Tho ordinary preventive  method used ln American mines Is  more or less extensive timbering. A  method used hi European nnd Australian mining districts Is the filling ot  lie leaves of a 'sick j nkanfo13"1 workings wiih sand.   This  Is a somowhnt expensive method to  start wltb, but once douo uo further  thought need bo given to It, ns tho  abandoned mine has practically become  onco more a part uf tbo solid crust oJt  tho earth.  Scalping the Dead.  Just when tho mutilation of the dead  by tearing tho skin from tho bead bo-  gnn will uovor bo known, for tho origin  Is lost In the midst of ages, (lie record  extending buck beyond oven Hie mythical period of uian'H existence. In tbo  book of Mnccaboos It Is recorded tbat  nt (ho termination ot ono of tho battles of which Hint bloody history Is so  full tho victorious aoldlors toro (bo  okln from tbe hendn of their vanquished foes, This would bo evidence that  tho custom of Bcnlp taking wns ono of  Iho indulgencen oven of tho.o pooplo  of whom wo bare record In tho Blblo.  Wouldn't Act a Lie.  Thontor Mnnngor~You say you object lo having real food on (ho (ablo In  tlio bnHfiuot ficono, Mr, GrccHopnynt?  Why, tho rest of tho company are delighted at III  Mr. HrociHopnynt-YoK, but my pnrt  requires mo (o rlso from (ho tnblo  nftor n couplo of monlhfulu and nay:  "I ennnot ent lonlght~n sfrnngo drend  comes ovor mo. I will seek tho quiet  of ycm.t*r .ipnrlmcnt for ?. Hi"*. "-  Mcnnii'f. Mt\frn'..Nk  Unfair.  "I s'pono It's nil right," nnld Mr,  Nowrleli, "but It doonn't ������oom fair."  ������������������Whnt (tnemi't nnnm fnir'."  ���������Tor Matilda (o BCohl bocntiRo 1  wnnt to ont dinner In my shirt sleoves.  I don't mnko any fuss nbout her pnr-  ly dresnog, an' tbey haven't uny  alcove, nt till."  Old Law. of Scotland,  On Dio slntiilo book of Beotlnnt. li  .1111 nn net pasHcd In 182B ordering  Hint "nu mnn play ftitebnll," bocnuso  It \n "oHtoomcd to bo unprofitable Hport  for tbo common gudo of tho rculmo  ami dofetiKO (Unroof." Thoro Is oIho a  Hlaluto ngalnst alien Immigration, pnsa-  cd In 1*120, and nulhorljilng "nil bis  mnjusty'rt subjects" to "lake, appro-  bend, Imprison nnd oxcctito to donlli  llio  snld  EglpllntK.   (gypsies),  cither  ,     ... , !'    II  ml..I   \ti    IivikW.  All About Stealing,  "Why do you call your wtory 'Tbo  Thieves' ItoiunncoT "  "ItocniiHo It lu nil about Klenllng."  "How?"  "Woll, (ho story nf (ho romance goes  tlilr. wny; 'Bho Btolo n look; then bo  Ntolo a klHS, Nort thoy bfid ololeii  meetings, (hey ntolo a ninrcb on tholr  friends, und both ntolo nwny."'  "1 mipposo tlio next thing (boy will  bo steulliig bnck,"  Both Exempt.  ���������'Do your dnughtorn help their mother wllh tho hoiiHownrk."  "Wo wouldn't think of expecting ������?  Muriel In temperamental, nnd Y.au la  tnteaay."���������I'lttsUurcU I'ost,  Hit Experience.  "Tbey sny CnshlN who hns becomo  Iho social inngiinto of tbo (own, was  onco nn olovntor boy,"  "Mi, tlmt neeniniti fdr tf."  "Accounts for whnt."  "II'Ih fneulfy for tnklng nomo peoplo  up and for taking olhcra do\vn."-Chl-  eago News.   ,  A Picture Hint.  1j������o two place:*, of gluwt nnil two pic-  lures when pnwtopnrloiillng. listen  tho liiingois to tho t'liidltoiiid between  tho two pictures, When fired of ont  (ilcttiro turn Its fnco to (ho wall uud  lujoy tho other.  Play Wan Over.  A German general on Inspecting hU  troops nt tho eloso of tho war addressed (hem thus:  "Now, my children, wo cnn onco  moro get scrlotmly to work,  Tbo pan-  iiiuc  uf   Iv.11   la  iii   uu  uni,  .ii,u  lit iii  mti'-l go on rrgtihrVr, nn lu*rrtc.foro."-������<  London TIt-Rlts.  Winted Hit Tee..  "What did your lawyer friend nny  whim von nvi-nrf him for lil������i dnuph-  terV"  "Ho refused to nnswer nny queatlott  without a retainer."���������Sutlro.  A Hint to Headqutriere.  Hend of tlio Wrin-I don't aeo how  run nro going to support n wlfo uu  ronr prorata snlnry.   Rmnrt Clark-*  ..either do I, slr.-I.ondon Punch.  Mnny thlr.ru f-r������ 1*11 done that art  jtot worth diUa,  Singular Disclosure That Waa Said ta  Hsve Been Mad* by ths Quiet Clerical Specter That Had Long Haunted  an English Country Housa.  Q'he following remarkable incident la  tbe life nt the late Samuel Wilberforce,,  bishop of Oxford and afterward of  Winchester, Is related as absolutely au-  thentie, and the good bishop himself is  snld to liave many times rehearsed the  story to liis friends:  On a certain occasion tbo worthy  bishop had accepted an Invitation to  stay at u country house not far from  London. Kulertng the drawing room  previous tn dinuer on tbe evening of  bis arrival, ho noticed a clergyman sitting by the open flre nnd taking no  part ln the {.euernl conversation. Tbe  bishop wns somewhat surprised at not  being presented to the clergyman, and  his astonishment was great when a  few moments later, dinuer being announced, the quests retired, leaving tha  clergyman nt Ids place by tbe flre. The  hostess having'assigned Bishop Wilberforce the seat of honor ut her right  hand, as soon as an opportunity offer- ������  cd he remarked:  "I beg your pardon, madam, but may'  I inquire who was tlie clergyman w������  left sitting iu the drawing room?"  "Ah. you have seen htm, then?" replied the lady. "It is not every one  who has thnt privilege. I cannot tell ,  you who he is or whence ho comes.  For many years this specter bas haunt-  cd tbo house and grounds. It has, In  fact, been a tradition in tho family. He  seems to do no harm, and, although he  oppears only occasion:!liy, we bave become quite accustomed to our friendly  ghost"  "How very singular!" remarked his     '  lordship.    "But bave you never addressed your specter?" , *  "Indeed, I bave bud no opportunity,  nor tbe desire, for that matter," responded the hostess, growing pa|e.  "May I tako the liberty now?" Inquired the dignitary.  "With ail my heart, your lordship,"  replied the lady. The bishop arose  nnd. returning to the drawing room,  found tbe clergyman where he bad  left'him a few minutes before. Ilav-  lug uo fear, tbe bishop said kindly:,  "Who are you, my friend, and why,  arc you here?"   " The-specter seemedrto'sigh"deeply '  and sny. as though to Itself, "At lastl"  Then ln a hollow voice, addressing  tbe bishop, It continued: "I am the  spirit of a clergyman who left this  world 6ome eighty years ago, and I  am here to Impart to any ono who will  receive It n secret which died with  me. I could not rest ln my grnvo  whllo a great wrong was being dou������  which It was In my power to right. I  have beci\ relurnlug all these years In  the hope Romo'ono would address me,  for ft was not given to me tn be the  first io speak. All men have shunned  me until now, nnd it Is your mission  to do my bidding. I was called to this  house eighty years ago to receive a  confession from n dying man. He  was tho sole possessor of a secret tho  knowledge of which would alter materially the entail of this vast estate,  and in his death he wished lo repair  the terrible wrong upon bis kin.  "At his request 1 wr<>!e down the  confession word for weii as ho gave  It to mc, aud whet} be h;u lied he expired In my arms.   Jt was *."-'v Important that I should rot urn i*  r..ndoi_  that night, and In piirsIiik 11.   <i'.li the  library to leavo tho house 1 ��������������������������� ueludod  It would bo Biifcr uot to car..*. Hie pa-  pur on which was written the confession away with mo, but to place It la  nomo  secure,  unseen  spot,  whero  IC  could obtnln It tho following dny nnd  deliver (ho document to tbo person for  whom It wns Intended.   Mounting (he  utojis to tho bookshelves, I took out a  copy   of   Young's   'Night  Though ta.'  which wns (ho flrnt book upon tbo uppermost nhelf nen rest tho hint window, and, Inserting the paper carefully between lt������ Icnvcs, I replaced the  book   nnd  dopmleil.    A   horso   wan  nwnltlng mo nt the door, but oro we  [reached (ho cnlrutico of tho ground*  ho took fright.   1 wna thrown nud ln������  ���������tantly killed.   Thus died (ho secret  with mo.   No one has disturbed Hint  book In all thenc yenrs, nnd no ont  bas hnd tho coin-ago to address Hill  mctit-cngcr from iho unknown.   The  pnper will bo found nn I hnvo olnlcd,  nnd It romnhiK for you (o correct (lit  Injustice which has no long been upon  this noblo fninily.  My mission In over,  ���������nd I can rem In peace."  At (ha doxo of (bis remorknbU  Kpeeeh (bo nprc(cr fnilod gradually  from night, and Iho bishop wu������ left  gazing lulu stiitce. Hceoverlng from  his nsloiiMiment, Bishop Wilberforce  went nl onco lo (ho library and found  .1        i        i      ,..-.������.������������������,,   I....I    itrii    \ "   III*  ,.,U    tt mn    Uum;     ,."    ��������� '    -f     ���������'*  rpoeter. lu lift -sMndert eorner upon  tlm lop tilielf. thick with tho dust of  uses, evidently the book had remained  tin molested mnny yenni. Thoro wat  tbo document Just ns described, but  new faded and viMlow. Tlie tiecret ot  (lie ('unfeMloti never became known (o  (ho world. 'J'ho good bishop regarded  It um n contldeneo from tho eplrttunl  world and nlwaya ended f h<������ story with  Hie assurance that (bo priestly upecter.  wn. nover agulu neon.   ((  It h a f,*H'f, luiwfvrr, Mi.il nhnnt Ih*  (lino of (his extraordinary occiitrenct  the mnnnlficfitt f>-*-!nt������ In .'fiesH.i.i |ifi������%.  rd Inlo poiiurflslon of a rMimff member  or Hit family who until Humi bad Ure4  la obncuittr.-London Stund-trd. rife_aaggfrr������������gft������������v.  *bi___ MnhUyKai^u^'NMiMitiiv^kiiw**  =**/ti v**+*****>, ^-t������a*Tv^ m  K^'-giam^^l^'^  I SPECIAL SALE OF  SB  frgjgygyg^^ BRITISH C^LtTMMDfc  fas  LACK .  CURTAINS,  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN   ���������:  MUSLINS,  ���������CURTAIN  MADRAS,",,,  ������s������33aoaa.9������ ������  WK ARE I\()\y SHOW. NO. the b.-.t @  _    asso.i'tm.nc <f Jjuoleum-. at bile  and 02 1-2 c.nti.* por Equate 'yd, ppecul   _,  for pay-day, week"45o - nd 55o per eq,yd q  ART SA-TKKN'sg"  t...,- .���������>���������.;������������������.-.;'������������������,_   ������.Stoves, and Ra  A fulliine of Furniture, Beds  Phone 52  For Pay Week.  anges always on  ;��������� ������������������������������������������������������'������������������������������������::A.Mom  $iij   McPhee Block,       Dnnsmuir Avenue,'       Cumberland  Form  Of .Notice.   *,  Notice is hereby given that���������������������������'30  <**.'i.Y> after date I nitond to apply  ,!o iin.   Honourable    Minister   of  Form Of Notice  Notice isJieivby givi'trihtu 80  '-'������������������ys aft it date I >u*,id to* apply  .���������������������������M'-ls for; a licence to '.prospect; for1'0 tl,e _ H',|10*irable Minister of  ^���������.ul .and potrokui'uf under the I"iUu)y f(,r il license to prospect for  j'ore>l.n,v and under the water on ���������coa,'nnd petroleum under Hie |\.j������  .ilielaiKls in and opposite the f'oi-'. ''T -^ ,M,de'. thu wnt('r on-the  ^ng-^bH, l!ll!ds ,tuated in 11^^^  H-t I.������st,,ct:~Commencing at [pert l)i������trict:-Conin,eneW at a  .at a post planted on the sea beach       '"    -1--1        ��������� ������       l  .at   l;ii������Ii \yatoi* mark at the   inter  ,-oetion   of   Sections   14  and 15.  ���������Towiiship 2, , Port  McNeil,' Ru-  .pert District.; thence,  north ' fifty-  ,*fivo,    d.;>   chains   more 6������- less to  .-.hioh1 waler   mark   on  the   norlh  si do   of  UNO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  LA 1)IKS'   & ��������� (. KNTI.KM _._*.'S  TAILOR   MA DM     SUITS  FROM   $20 00   TO  835,00.  Cleaning   an.) Pressing.  DONR AT  RKASONABLK   PjRICKS.  Cumberland  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCFRS   8c    BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING  WORKS  Agents for Pilsener brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers  in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Port   McNeil    II arbor ;  ihence  following the tea beach al  ���������ii;.;; v.'.'iler mark around tho head  ���������".'iijii-i.-or to place-of  g^nitncnce  .ii -nt.       Francis:*M Tgrdiffk  [!,!-<Hi this 81 h day 01" April 1012  i-_^-E**^*-x*a.o������i*w  IA/nn Of .Notice.  ;'i\oti;ve is hereby given tliat   o-O  d;*.vs after date 1 intend to   apply  J.'). fin. , Honourable   Minister,, of  1.  .J-������n-ia U   ... ior a license,to.prospect, for  __>__i_l__i_i_ik_^^ w- th e-fo j-t.  shore ami under the water on the  J uids in and opposite the   lollow-  in-'- d'escrib'Hl lands situate in Ru-  pert District:-Cun1mL'iicing at   it  ���������post  planted oii the sea beach   r,t  ugh wafer mark sU  the   intei-iec-  n'on of Sections 14 and 1.5, Town  chip's, Port McNeil, Rupert Djs-  triet;   tlience norlh * fifty-live,  55  chains more ov less  to high water  mark on the * nortli  side of   Port  McNeil   Harbor; (hence   easlerly  line to   ink'i'.soc-  post planted on the sea beach at  high watermark at the intersection of Section.. 18 and 13, Town  2, Port McNeill, Rupert District,  tlience nortli sixty chains 60;  tlience east eighty chains 80:  tlience south sixty-live chains.65;  more or less to high .water mink  on south- side of Port McNeill  Harbor; thence westerly along  sliore to place of Commencement.  J...RNAH!)  S. Sl'.RINGKTT  Francis M. TordifFe. Agent  Dated this 8ih day of April .19.12  niiii^fm wonwiiiiiiiin m*^aOmTeasMmrmm>mm.-Tmnimmmm^  Form Of Notice.  O        ;. * *  Notice is hereby given that. 30  (hns after dare I intend to apply  to the Honourable, ������������������Minister'��������� of  Lands for a license to prospect for  coal and .petroleum, under thefdie  slime aiid unde!- the water on the  Ii!_i^ljiJj.iJuid*!ipj}ysiter-t*he"-^  ing descril.ied lands situate in Ru  S  ECOND   STREET  ammematamam al!naa*i4a*m,, li I    _Wu*"i*. fc i r^i^ili^i  ������������������������������@(!}:i  .5>5XRi>������C������V*^i  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  H- Nakanishi, Pt*op.  ���������^iH-'i-'H-*'-i^t*-<l'i'-fr-H'  ' ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������    -  Bicycles, -Sowing Machines,  Guns, Etc.. Etc.  Plumbing Done. ���������-  Bicycles for Sal������    *       Local agent (0/   ���������  Mid Wine, Cleveland, Massey-IIarris  aiid JO.ire.. and Perfect bievdes.  I  !������l  I  P.O. Box -,60  Telephone 7-0  f  -A  I  ������������������r'f'  ^^(s^^^xi^^i^^^ ������(5.���������������^x^x������������  til  aara*m%rvfyvicrm*i u'a*m-~'-viL\*zri.-xiri-m-tm^ami'miKamV   NOW IS THS TIME  to have your, photo taken at  ?S     Nti.r,  m*m*r������j*iK**.*T.~*m mw ititfti.  NOTICE  OK   DISSOLUTION  01* PARTNERSHIP  -.e-  TAKK NOTICE that, the partnership iirm of Loggie Si McLeod  carrying on business al Oonrtonay  B. (���������. as Drygoods Merchants was  dissolved on ihe 2nd March PJ 12.  All <k-bis and claims due and all  debt.-; aud chums again-.t the firm  of Loggie Sz. McLeod must bi. jiaib  and presenter (as the ca;-e may be)  t" the nniliTr-igned.  The biisinc-is will in .future be  carried on by Elmer Loggie and  Marry P. Loggie under the firm  of Loggio Uros.  Dated this 15'h day of April 1012  J lurry F. Loggie:"  iyaaxma*\m'm'*zw*KmT3a2fmij'mmf*-mni*a*fa&!raa'  ���������   LAND  ACT.  Sayward Land   Uisiiict.  TAKE NOT13K  tli.it John   Sianis  laus Ci.rroll, of New Yoik,   N. V., occu  p.itioii,  nigineer, intends    to apply for  |>ermis.ifin to puicliase the folio*.*, ir.^ de-  senbed lands:��������� Coiumencing at a. post  pidntcd .it lhe S. \V.   corner of Lot 550  ihence   norlli '^n  chains,   thence   west  22,76 ch.i'ns to the ca.t boundary of Lot  5^8, ihence south  ,d������,ny  s.iid  lioundaiy  40 chnin., tlience ca a   22.76   chains  to  point of  commencement  coimiininy 91  acies mofe or less.  JOHN'  STANJS1..VUS CaUKOI.I.  Robert Henry Chestnut, Ayent.  D.ite May loth, 1912.  j.d'i * nvgN  LAND   NOTICE  S.iytt-.*ii������! Land District  TAKE   NOTICE    that   Charles   O'  Flynn, of N.;w  York-,. N. y.  occupation  apl 17 my 8 j clerk,   intends  10 apply   for permission  Haslihghts, Views, Porlraits, and Postcards.  WORK GUARANTIED        PRICKS REASONABLE  I CUMBERLAND  f^T ra������*-������  amZmtr-  n  Oapitul $G>&00,000 w- n.w.i.nij....i...i^  9 r-p.    .*-���������_. _.   '     " Reserve $7,200,000  &������  I    bhe Royal,. Bank of_Canacia.   |  ������  DRAFl'S   ISSUED   IN   ANY   OURl.KNCY,   1MYABI F   AN   i':  1 OVI.ll    THIS    WORLD. ^       ' ' |j  f SPECIAL ATTKNTI30N paid .0 SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & \uWn-i %  i at highest Current ������������������Uai.t. nliuwcd 01, lit po.MtB of $1 ,*u������d uiMvuds������ g*1']  g OUMBEBLANP, B.  O., Drnnch. Onon n������n, "    1%  OUMBEBLANP, B.  C., Drnnch, Open Daily  UNION WHABP. B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thur8day8  D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  I  I COUKTENAY,   B. O ,    Bianch,    Open Doily.  % WM. HOFF, Manager. I  ^���������aniraniaiimiBBiiiajniiiiBffli^^   J  3.':l  ������_  ���������"iKKUosK,  P. Phillipps Harrison  .fiioiin; tlio.slidro  ,ijuii,oI' Siv.tioiis 23 and 34-,*'Tn\vu*-  sliip 2; tiioncc soiitlii*r!y (.8 chains  inure or li1.***,*-* to hijj.li wuti'.i* mark  on .Sviiih pidi-* (il'suid Port McNeil  harlivr; lliciR'i! .vvt'.s.'crlv almiif  shun.* line to pine.* 1.1 [ commence*  "Jlli'Mlt. Ru/.anu A . Laikd  ���������Jfj-tiiici- T, Tordiile, Agent  patcd tiii.s Silj dny q)'Api'il 1U12  %.mm%MM.-U4lltm*^%M-Wi*laailmm*a^  Korni Ol' Kotiet'.  Nolicu ih huruhy given that,   J'jl)  d.-iys'if'tei'dnti! I  intend lo   apply  tu    tlie lloiiuimihltj    MimVcr   of  f,ai'd> for u lieenije to pronpeet for  ��������� ui! and pitiuii.ipn iindei* tin' fore  -liore, nad inuhii- lhe wntor on the  I a ml I* in   and opposite llm Jo|low  i.-io i-|r.*.(','il������('d laud   siinatc jn Ru  perl IMi-iinVi:- ('(H,imeiii;iiig  nl   a  po.-*l    p!.-tn|.'d   on tlii*. e-i luanli ut  ii .di *.* iii iiuuk at  tht*   inti rice-  'lion of S(,fi 1������������iih \'l mid Id, Town-  -hip:., 1'ori, McXi*ill, IJuprit Li*.  Iriel, tli- W'n   nitilli, Ktl ������*!i;|it*j>, Sti,  ���������h-'Mfc m -a\ 'cr. eindn,-,   10,   limn*  ���������   I.    *   In   |r,.l.     ������. *.**��������� '  purr..District:���������Coniine.ncihg at a  post planted, on    the ' *=ea heaoh at  high water mark   at   tlm inU*csec-  tion of Sections 10 and 17, Town  ship 1- aiid 2,   Port McNeil!,   Ru  pert District; theuce nortli eighty  chains   SO;    theueo  east   eighty  chains 80;' thence south   seventy--  five chains 75,  mpre "or   less   to  high water mark on, south  side of  Port McNeill Harhor; thence west  erly along shore line   to   place id'  commeuceuient.  Nivr'ni*. C Laikd  Francis N. TordiiTe, Agent  Dated this 8th day of April U.12.  am.*. mammm..*Jmi-i jiTiummyMinj-* aa nr-jr-ttj-a a "wiMrw  l-*\������rm Of Notice.  ' KOTK'K  Land Di.tiiet, Coa^.  District of 0 1.1st. Hinge I.  T.K1. NOTK'H tli-ttl, Mary Timlin,  ��������� ���������ceu|iuti.uu Muriied woman, iutend tn.'ip-  I'ly.to [111 olvise tlio follrtv.i-ij,' riiriciibi'd  land ;0oui(t.(->uci ij,' at a \nifl 11 latctl ab mt  ���������10 all .i,3 ii'ith, nnd 40 elu.ii.s oas', ��������� ( tlie  s< 01,1- i-i-t-jst 0 inut nf-\nt it, thenou r.oi-i li  80 i-liiiiup, ihonbo wi;ht -10 ch line, thuieo  HMitli SO chains, tin noa uait 10 clniiiH to  o 0 |> iiut nf ODii.iinai'.O-iiiiBiif, containiiij;  ,'L0 acre. 111 ire nr liss.  Sigt oi������, MAKV TIlOl.IX,,,  (i o. Vtr- iuvA^Di.t.  UaUd Mun.li 1 t, 1!)I*J,     "  PUllLIC; -NOTICE.  to JHji-chasc   the     fo!lp\viiit___dcsmheH    S  l.,.,,i...   ���������*.-..-._.'    ���������'���������'.*'���������'���������. . **f R  laiid*.: ��������� Con.iiiencini' at a   poet  pl-inied : Wj  _. ,^_  ,   , ,     c   ' I ������        NOTARY   PUBLIC  7.24 Chan s cast of the   S. u. corner 0.   fl  Lot   550,   the.icc    .oiiin   66.84.   chains j $ *������������������   tlience west .30 chains, tlience  norlh 66. i In  g.icham., thence east 30 chains to ; oim j [|    DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  of cominenceinciH containing 200 acres ' |j-  more or less. ..���������...���������*���������. ���������  |  Charij:.8. O'Fi.yxn.  Robert Henry Che.mm, A,.ent  D.ile May loth, 1912.  ���������wj-ii\i\(v^  I   L-_ 1\ ' ^' -    *   ������i-u-Suut.i I uR"  CONVEYANCING  CUMBERLAND,  ��������� * im*a*m.rm.vsaK*mmaKm*n!Lftmm^  ���������������tS__t-lirt������^tm*ti_-.������*l_6JU. tr^JTmZ.'.WSt-mmTmX'  S������>������3Xjr$t:.  Notice is herehy g-i.i-en Mint 30  il Ays after (Into I intend   to  apply  lo   the   llonourahlo    Minislir   of  Lands for a lircnt-o lo  p o;-peet, for  conl and pelrolciiin under th* Tuo  .lure and  under lhe walcf on lhe  l.iii-ii.   iu and opp Bite tho f_.lh.n**  ir;*, iJchot il.i il landn siiuuto in  It vi  p. 11 Di^iiici;���������Conmicnciiij,'   ut   a  (loct planted on the   feu  bo.ch  at,  hiph waler niiukai the-inferM'Oiien ! *"  NOTICE is herehy jjiveu ihat  Ihc'Cily Pound Ily*law will in  future be enforc-cd.    Milch cows  THYMfUflD  inihefiEWS  m  MaHiifeotiirerof M3ENEB At." WAXES  ���������iiiwwsMimtMBoiau,,  P. O, BOX 482  PHONE 89...V  m-f-m~*3v-m*ai nMurtfaMMMUtiWAaf u-.itniftu'i.'t-x'wvbw  CUMBERLAND  ���������**������������������" "        . n     . .; ������������������'.,  timmum!iiiasrztntBimtum^-ih*������mn>nt-&-irMr*^^  KOTi K is litre by hri-.cn ili.-il 30 days  ..alter dale application will be made ia  only, are allowed to run at lfirjje ;n,c Supcrinie.idci^ <f Provincial IV.-  froni seven ill lhe inornhig until Iicp,.Victoiisi, fora iransfcrof tin; h. c!  eight ill the nficiiioou of each | license to sell liijunrs hy iclail in ihe  - fcotcl l<   wn as the  Nelson   llou.se,  sit-  ti tied at Union Iiiy  15. C, to   Joint  A  Fia.ur, v*.'  day.    Hy order of City Council.  A . Mclvinnon, City Clerk.  Ciiy Hull, April 2.|.th,  1912.  F HAS Kit & BlSllOl1.  I) nttd March 1st 191:,  ���������ojiwwh���������rjat,  iMn_ww--f^n*M*������^K_%Mv:|uMHflunuwiu  .      WU,������H_.in������ll  l-ta-Jm&a-tJamOmia&CmtmlmmmV.m  r-Mwaaaaccar-B^ -vatmm zrTjar'j-j'x^s-xXmmXtm. 2m-.**-< i>jaiae*attatt_t_a������anH  'i'ii ft;  1' .ill'  d am  1  ii.iv   ;o  'A .".'.ft"    nnil I*.    ou  l!ii',-ii*i*    M-(".t'.|*|y  lo iuler-i* -ijiiir* of  ���������hM, 'liMViiship   !i;  .���������i\-t}*.eii.;|ili'liiiiiiH  lo   hi;;!!    water  ii*i.;.i'i     1 "11 A 1 111 I  !������������������������������������ ii; 11   iiioej.1  ph.Cl! Ol Colli tlK'llt'l'-  V  *'���������*-_���������-.  .i:>U.<    6.   LciS.MiDS'.  'riiiic!.-* M, Toidi(''e,A*j;i'i,t  '���������   uiii ������>t������> oi .*.pn) 1)1)::  Alfred Ihtpi'i* llurni',  Dai������* May L'.Hli, 1 *��������� 11>.  .Apnli'-'-fit  Xl'.ll it;i,   I, l.ftel.y    ;:iv,;,i   |J,j,i    a ,|���������,  :.'*M mectiiij; i.\ ih, |.������������������',( (if I ���������-,.���������,,.  '.'iii.tiai'-'.ioiii'i-j *.f i|IL. Ciiy i,( Cihi.Ij..,.  land, 1 iiitcnil in apply f,ir t Jj->tel licctiv.*  :-<-fP  I'.jll.-.-S I.,*   ,ri-,i\ ln :���������,'(    ���������,,,..,    ,|it_  nn-iiti c> known a*, tin   *,KitiW .;coiKi"  iii������ii*t, -,iin.m*i en im ii.i,ii,.,*:.  t_ i*,,,ni,. 1       _  !"'""T'"i""' vi.'j...- ������������������������������������.. !^'"'''-������ ^vI-Xi^T^  .��������� y    ,���������        .,,       1 .���������    ,.,    f    ,.'  ''iKtramStrmmi&xmf^^  111    *,. U0 K t < ��������� 11H    Hi   llUd     I   /,        JuWIIHllip     I      lf'-V^Cm^_r^^..^f^r^,T^m'tVr^'mm..mmmw t������nri������WI|'W������������W *<-������������~..������- ���������      ;iiid 2, Purl McNeill, linpeit Ida  ttiei; lla-nce noitheighiy chain WU  1 In nee ivciil ci^hiy ch MiniSO; liu'iit 0  .-o.iili .-ixiy-two ..thaitiH Ctl, moiii  wi li- 1, lo hijili water nntik on uniMi  -.ini* of 1'oriMcNi id Jliuhoi; ihimco  ca, crl.v 1'loti^ hhiif.) ji*n* m | hut!  of coniiiii iicinn nt.  Aiuiiin.M.n Tojiiui-tk  i'.'am in M . Toidill'i*, Afcni  liat.-ii tht> 8ih day of Apiii 1012  ���������ni >*~m*mmr <w<.*,mam-**Mm.imm't**vea,rnKtax^aum ���������* ��������� #r *am*#m*f-im  iX\OT!('Iv i*** herehy j'ivn   that  on iho lirid day ot  June ut-xl   itji  p!o*atiou will ho made lu lhe ������Su~  periiilomleiil of I'l-ovincinl  I'ulice,  V'irt.ii-iH. I! r    t���������i- ;':     :, :;.  "f 'hi* lh*,**-.* '..��������� .'/���������>; iii, .-.,.'���������.- ui' u'ljuor  oy atiiil iu ami ii|.i.in llm ju-eniii'is  IvIIOU'i  HK  Ml"     WilMlll   Hold,   |'||.  ion liny, M. C, from iJohn Hum*  pniry lo All red loipi-r Ilonie.  John Humphrey,  Holder of l,i*'-.*nm'.  We Want'to  ;>ii#.l rli.  j&n  ���������_. to introduce us lo your friends Scud  us a post card ip dny find we will' mail  yott, a $3.50 package of assorted" Picture ������  Postals.    These sell at 2 for 50.; when      ,.  sold mail us -.*..75 only,  nud we will  said you another package.    When you  have sold three packages for us, wu will  .send you  our special  premium offer.  UJ^ITE HOW   To   Pacific mail Ortdai^ and   ������  Novelties Co., P.O.Box 1593 VANCOUVER, B. C.  Jml^m'lWmimfXlmTfWm^  ftjvmmrtmVmm-imTixz^ m������_!^r������:'.'W'^'pi-'Kf p.rjB*3DK������n.rwBaMjr  O CGC&������CCO������CGCCCOGCCC������  Wc arc showing nearly ������joo dilV-  ,.r,.���������(* ii,,,*..- nf y,,.;.,o :;t4;t;..^.  Co3jjj,.;i;,;,',*(. u)l lliu.- awn cuJoi cl������  it'chs and latest weaves in medium weight ('-loihs. lsiuey Worsteds and Cheviots, Doncoal  Tweeds. [Scotch Tweeds, lilue  and black Serges and Cheviots.  Union   Bay  ���������Co-operative   fj  Company, Ltd. ^  - *...  V\ /,     ,11', '   *���������*"'���������������������<������������������������>������������������ \      V        /    I     I  I  i   \    \    :      ��������� I  m ^.ir'--     "HuiMnEF."^^!.-^--*" -v ������������������  Canadian emd British  Kirmir, Kino.e'*, Mans-y Harris Enfiehl,  Htuulmr, Stand  dnrd, MitiMtrt I- Hai'B and other makes. llarley-Davidsori  A- Indiini Afofot'.nypl^, Antomohfh". nud Trtichi',  Kepaii* of all kinds.      btni] tm eitftilo'Mic  THCi. PLIH.LEV  ������������������If >ou get i������ ni Plimley's it's am. vu:'.r: "  PH -Wn roKopnirlifr  Jf%TmaW ���������|Pa������1"������nyj_!ac_3w  '������\*mf *4Mb&*iyfc. w^Wl_ltftMHAM_______H_____l___a


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