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Array -*   Y 4 / *f<**' * y  ���������     ft-. fff  /  ^���������.*t**.,,'*������������ft  -������������������OCT-IS* 1912   ������-!  u  -^TCRIA, ���������������  A Journal Devoted Especially, to tlie Interests of Coniox District.  Tpik News, Twentieth'Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C,. WEDNESDAY,  OCT., 9, 1912  Subscription $1,00 a Ykar  . -������> a n  .^������_^__jS^������_/^^  ^  ^^^^^���������^^^*^^^^������^ ^^kzmn^^^&K^^^^^  NNU_4*_Vsl X(4������S)niVi' ���������*������___*���������=: fl-W*-.-- f J* <*_K.K������_������G_������_n_31������tK������ *���������"������������������  Wo wish to say a few words in  defeuu. of Caretaker ('00k of the  post office building, who is charged in the Islander   of   Oct. ,.?h,  with being micivrl.    We, peson-  aUy have at all times found   Mr.  Cook civil nnd obliging     H<: has  certain rule.-; to go by, which   he  stiicily   attends to, without regard to why likes or dislike** it.  ii' in tht. ranging out. of ccitain  instruciious given   hini   by   the  department under   which   he 'is  working, give oifet.ee, it is up lo  that depart mun t to stand* hy him  when he   does   his   duty. ' The  most of  tu*   remember   the  old  post oilice lobby 011   mail   days.  It was simply a disgrace with smo  icing,'spitting, do'ga etc.    If the  caretaker were not  as   watchful  as he is, thu wai hi would  be th-  faced, thi������ heating   ftppnru'us destroyed,   dogs   allowed   to   add  their -piom ef a liqurd   nnture. to  the defuceuuml ul' lhe interior of  the building, which   iu less than  ( a your would look-- more   like   a  ) ig pen than a line public build-  iug. An far aa   our   ob.scr vat tons  go, wc think  that Mr.   Cook   is  the right man in she light place,  cveu if at times lie haa hit' little  ecmiiricitice.    He,   who  is lool  ��������� enough to try and plen.se  overy  body, will  please nobody,���������Kd,  'Mr, John 'IVnton !c*ff Van'-ron-  ver last week I'or Australia to  yifiil hiu sister, whom he has not  seen for years.1  Mm. and Miss Selvy, of Los  Angles, Cal., arrived hurt* on  Thursday lust, on a visit to Ml'.  nnd Mrs. K. Cocjr. Mrs, SHvy  is a ,si..ter of Mrs. Coc's, whom  she has 1101 ktii :or lii'tcn years.  \V, W. Willard arrived homo  from \Ve.!titiiii:--*i*r lair oil W mines  ���������h-v.  nwjii-nnM- _,���������,,__* _M .VmtWJ H  ������_ **mtmmamv  iw *- ^._c_7&������__rsi  KW������3KW3ZM_J  <<  l(  ll  (I  I (  It  I (  (I  11  It  II  It  II  I I  .1"  II  II  PRIZE UST COMOX EXHIBITION  Durhams Bull Diploma Bridges Bros  "      Cow      "      W.j; Harrigan.  Bull 1st. Bridgea Bros  Heifer lst. and 2nd.  Bridges   Bros -.  Bull Calf ldl.. Bridges  Jerseys Bull Diplomu IJallidav Bros  "     Cow      "  Bull 1st. Hallidays Bros  " 1 your not 2; lst. W.A.  Urquhart 2nd. Wm. Duncan.  Cow in calf or milk 1st. 2nd. Halliday, *  Heifer lst. Wm. Duncan  "  lst H. P. Millard 2nd.  Bridges,  ���������"  calf 1st, H.P, Millard  Holsteinn Bull Diploma Bridget. Bros ,  "...." Cow.      " '   J.S. Shopland  "      Bull 1 yr. under 2ytu 1st- Bridges  '.Bros 2nd. J.S. Shopland  "      Cow in calf or milk lst J.S. Shopland  Graded.Cattle Milk Cow 1st. Halliday Bros  2nd, W.A. Urquhart  "   Ho.fer2yrs.lHt-J.S. Shopland.*  11    1    11   11 11  "    calf 1st. 2nd;        " -  Best dairy cow lst'Hulliduy Bros  Graded Beof Cattle'Heifer 2   under 3 '.1st.  1st, Bridges Bros  Heifer calf lst. V. Chiids  Fut Bluer��������� 1st. J.  Carthow   2nd. Bridges Bro.\  Horses Heavy Draft Stallion lat K ChildB  "    Colt Int. it. Hurford   '    Draught, team ltd,. W.A.  Urquhart 2nd. J. Creech  Light Draft-Mare with foul .lst.   Ed.  Davis'  2nd. Ituthe.rford  '���������"     "     "    or K-eldIn.v; l;;t, Undoes Bros  2nd. 10. H. Daviu  >lt 2 yra. lut. J). C.:������.pl.iell 2nd J, Carthow  "   1st U. Hurford  ���������'  Sucking l.������'.l. K.H. I'.)..via 2nd.  _   H.P.L. Vigors  "      "   AkIc team 1st, Bridges Bros 2nd  E.H. DaviH  General Purpose Marc or gled, Syrrior up Int.  D. Camfiboll 2nd. Halliday IU'o:)  " Colt 2 yrs.lst.       "  mlllU.     LU.tl,     IJtlWH  1 yi: Id. ItiUi.   /{aiiidjiy  Sucking 1st. F, C uilds  ream Ht Hulliday Bros  Champion hors*.. Halliday Bros  Camago Claiia Carrlatfo turnout Int. -.\\m-h\  u i.C. Invest. Co. 'j,rui, 1-j.Woodj  Roadi'tor.*. Stallion lkt. BridKoi. Mi  "     Mure with foul apncinl J.S. Shopland  ",or>vild. 1st. B.C. Invest  2nd,  Bridges Bros.  "      Colt 2yra. UL W.A. Urquhart 2nd.  It, Hunoru  Suckinj? eolt 1st J.S. Shnnlnnd  Umlrtle horiio 1st. !V\ lt.v������.'3l.  '4      Lady Saddle hor..-. 1. t. \V. Audcrjion  i.hxmp Aged Ituin hit. J.S. Shopland  "   Ham slH-Ui ling hi. Brid^.!.-.  .1 ..nn:.:, i-..i l*if--   ..,  _^  'i\  f*r&3  ������g  E FIA'I) on taking over the business  of the Cumberland D..piutmental  Stores that tho 6tore in considerably overstocked, and we have therefore decided t������  give the public the benefit of buying- at prices  hitherto unknown in the West.  RAi  in'bvbs'y department  THIS SALE ia intended not only to  clear  . out odd lines of summer goodSj but yo\i  can  buy. your Pall and Winter Clothing as well at  *   GREAT  REDUCTION   i~gF Sale opens Monday morning Oct, 7th, aud continues  eek ONLY  m  October 7th to the 12th Inclusive  REMEMBER THE DATE  -Macf&tme  ii  ii  Regular meeting of the City  Council rv'.'is held uu Monday ev-  euinj;, Aid, BiUik*., Beveridge,  Cessford, Maxwell and the Mayor  being present;,  A .committee .from the IF. H,  W, of A.*aildresse<i the board re  coniinuiiiciiiion from Department  of Aliiius in the mailer of the  powder lntigazilies, Tlie com.mil  ten was informed that the city  has had i\ survey made of the lo  cation of tho uingay.ineB nnd the  meatnu'cinents forwarded to Victoria.  Accounts amounting to $-50.25  were paused over .to the Finance  Committee,  Chief (.ray's report:���������Scuven  ger, %m 50; Police Court,:78.00;  Hnll Kent, 40,00;  Night   Police,  1-2-00; lowing Co., 5*00.  It wna reported that the scav-  enger wii6 not attending to hia  duties, ami utter a full (iisensaion  of tho qnestiiin, the City Cie/k  \va('' iinstructed to notify Mr.  Monieo that his servicer, would  not lie required aiVr the JJIh-i,  inat. The ������������������Clerk was in������tnietod  to tall for ajiplinints for the position, tlm applicant. chosuu, to  devote his full lime to the   ciiy.  Council   adjourned.  THE CV71NB% STOKE,     WUNSMVIRA VENUE  11  ii  i.  ,i  II M  II   ' K  II       Ij'.  II  wi__g-_aBjj������w-aBgny ffi*.  _k_a__������Su__^_K_____a__. w  ijtw i_h-_i iii,.iii_T������i������-i,wr|_i_nn-_  Mr3. A. Haywood and her  daughter, Miss M, A. Haywood,  arrived home from Pittsburg. U.  S. on Thursday evening- lust.  Mrs. J. J. Wier and her  dan  ghter, Mrs; S,  McLean   Forsyth  and her four children arrived by  last Thursday evening's boat.  ..Mi". a������l Mr-e. Alex. Cameron,  Mr. John Cameron and Mrs, C.  Piiruham left byanto for Nanni.  mo on Monday, w-here thoy took  boat for Vancouver.  It in rumored that some of our  enterpi'ii-iug Courtenay neighborp,.  willtdiortly start a printing osub-  lihn.iont in th������t progroesivo portion of the valley.��������� -The moro tin.  merrier.  Thero is no appnront change in  the iiiiht.8 Hituntion. Both par-  tics interested nro still holding  nut.  'We regret to hmrn thai, Dr.  Kerr iu t-till confined to the ho*.-  pitnl with rheuiiii-lism. Wc hope  lhe doctor will soon   bo   hiiiii.elf  Mrs, William Harrison arrived home on Thursday last, from  a visit to her son William, who  is now a resident of Chicago,  Mr. James Aston arrived in  town ou Thursday last, from au  extended visit to his home in  England, He reports meeting  a'numer of the,,late' employees of  the Colliery. Company,' as far back  as Montreal, also others at Regi-.  ua.  ~ '..������._.-������������������. ���������*  Adam Jack, of the Cumber-  JU-ad Cafe, left by Sunday's boat  en route for .Rogina, whore he  has secured a position with au  iuHiirauce company. Joseph Jack  and CharloH Charlton will con.*  duet the cafe.  again.  It is about, time that Duiis-r  muir avenue was introduced to a  shovel .at:d broom. If wo are  hard up, don't lot us show it  by onr dirty streets. What is the  city man doing that is paid for  at tending to su :h work ;  A now ������5,000 post ollie.. is bo-  ing elected at Comox. It will bo  built partly of eon ere tu and partly of wood.  fc-?-***B*.'^|*.'i,^^*A^*i**|***.J^������W*������*  a.Mtaaava* am******.*, m *am-<t  MAIN'S lINDKRWKAll  St.uilliddV. uiudirinkablo quality, in while-  ribbed cjfeot.      It's n uplondid underwear  t< ��������� . i .    ,    , .  ....   |-.������.t..������     ������������������_..(,    .-.un^iv;    ���������>. va. ii vi    vc.it.*>  nidi fuii u;i.}jiili buoy iiini hlueu'i-,; ti rawer b  ure jiiuit lini.-ilmd and nnlcUs length.  Pl.IOl. Jt!l,00  ^fl-'VC \V \TT.M-t HI>OMl.' fn .'l-'t. ifi.....!   .  ,I,iii*t in, nil gii;.r.'i*t(*inl( bent   valuoH  tlver  oft'ered. Prices ranging from $8,00 to $20  | LADll^r f-ILK TAJf.OkED WAISTS  N .west styh^ in lndii*>i, taiioivd nijk shirt  Wuinl?;; th-.fi! wuifli* mi; mado with **oft  ;airli-'������i.i*k u'-ii.irn ami n*l-iu t.iiirt sli'ovu,.  Co|nM in phiiu while am! black, and blnck  and \yhiti! f-tripi'd   nml n   fow  lilncl;  and  white neatly trimmed   with  lace,   Si;;es  34 to '14; riUCES FROM $3.50 to $7.00*  ALL WOOL SWEATER COATS  A ing  range ot   iliese  now m  .lock for    jj   H  men, women and children.  They nro well  worth your inspection; nlso a limited .mp.  ply of ladit,'-.' sweater .'.onta Jn fancy knit  n   ii  ...    I  .,!]   ir....i t,-:*i, ���������.,,,i.-..i,-  /...<t,   J' '������������������--���������-'.  "-���������������������������  aviation cup to match; colors, navy blue,  tan and i\u\.  Jf you   want to match silks or   turn  minga come   to   Campbells'.     A   hirgo  stuck to choose from.       .  Campbell   Bros.  Dui-smuif Avenue  **tmm*f*%**i'*.  .*������ a  .****** .ma *nm me ���������  )&������W.f3frmm*fWZ*&**^^ ' ...  ���������v.'.-*.  i  THE YEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. (1  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6. MOBERLY  **���������   - Author of  "Dan and Another," "A Tanoied  Web,"    "Bin of .Alteon Deer-  lng,"  etc.,  etc.  WARD, LOCK   ft  CO., LIMITED  London, Melbourne end   Toronto.  (CoatiauedX.  And Oliver Dynecourt lias it too.  _tit in her, honest apnl Bhe knew Ihat  she could not truthfully say It ol' the  man she loved.     Oliver's nature was  'complex, nol.. Kim pie! ������������������.lie., owned it  with ii little hitter feeling of regret.  ft. is a mistake to say lliat love is  blind. Love Is very 'clear-sighted..  eleai'1 r-sighti'd perhaps in woman  than in "man, aud Clare saw Oliver's  faults with a clearness of vision ihat  fuirt her. Dorothy's words aboul her  ii'isb.'iD'.l, with their unlet assurance  of tone, made her friend wonder  whether, comparing the two men,  I.);? rot liy had chosen- Miles and rejected Dynecourt Because, weighing  one against the other, she had found,  Dynecourt wanting. But whilst seeing with painful clearness the difference lie I ween the two men, a hot  wave of resentment against Dorothy  flowed over Clare's heart again as.she  remembered Dynecourt's passionate  suioraiion of Dorothy, and Dorothy's  apparently equal love lor him, which  had ended in her marrying another  aiid 'richer man. That "wave of resent ment swept, away some of her  cu .ternary    self-control. At "Dor  othy's slowly spoken words about her  hii-band, Clare turned lo her suddenly-    "      ���������      ���������  ��������� -   ���������"  DidMr. Dynecourt. come-here to  see yon because he still cares for you?  she ("sited almost fiercely; you aren't  .going to hurt him all over again, are  you, Dorothy?   .       .  They had reacted the fence that, divided park and garden, aiid Dorothy's  hand was already on lhe latch. But  she dropped it and turned to face  Clare with a "look of amazement. The  hospital sister's generally quiet face  was quivering ivlth emotion, in her  eyas gleamed an angry light, her  voice shook.  Why, Clare, Dorothy exclaimed,  Clare, dear, do you think..!, would ever  willingly have hurt anybody'���������much  loss���������Oliver, she said the name under  oher  breath;   what happened   was  inevitable.  Inevitable?      A  from Clare's lips,  anyone so strong  of the inevitable  woman  wishes  little laugh broke  ������������������. I can't, understand  as you are talking-  in that. way. ."������������������No  need marry a man unless she  to marry him. You can't  ITreTeira^-oTrweW"^^^  you did. Dorothy rested her hand  on the top of the gate and looked  wistfully at Clave. Her face was  very pale, but the setting sun, shining  l'u.l upon it, showed the nobility of  IU expression, ihe generous sweep of  Ihe brow the ���������strength of the well-cut  lips, the steadfastness of the grey  eyes.  Jliver and ]���������understand each other  she sa'.d nfter a pause; perhaps I���������  made a mistake. It is so easy lo  make mistakes when there seem to  be div.'ded duties, and T���������did what���������  seemed a I, the time lo" be* most, right.  Some day���������she shivered a little as  though the rising evening breeze  w.re chilling her���������someday 1, think  you will understand if all. and understand, why if���������was���������inevitable.'  The wisffnlness in Dorothy's eyes,-  th. stillness of her voice, softened  dire- heart; she laid her hand on  hji* fnr nil's arm.  I can't, believe you would ever have  done fitiylhing but what wai} straight,  nnd true, she exclaimed; even If-, you.  made a, mistake, you must have done  it bei.ause you thought*If was right'  1 did think so I did���������I did Indeed,  Do"othy cried; now 1 am sometimes  almohi sure I was wrong. I believe  1 did evil Hint good might  come of  Four Children Constantly Scratching,  NearlyTore Limbs Off. Curedin  a Month by Cuticura Soap  and Ointment  "Twnof my limu'lit'-i. ������iul two of my -.on.  Vi ro . niri-rlii*. Irom very t..id li.tuln, llio doctor onli-rlni: iny  ..iiiniik ulf i>u ui  Uitu/.-lili-iii to luivti all lln*lr  lo pm v. nl It fmin itiK-iiilliiu;  //T.\       nil over ili.lr  i.W'HSA      Ji. mln, uinl io  [/A\*E\    k.-i m ilioKi>nt  it, .".hI good hasjiot civile��������� only harm,  only Iwrm, sh . repeated drearily, lifting the latch of the gate and passing  into the path beyond. A long pergola of roses covered in tho path  whose gravel was strewn wiih-petals  ���������rod and yellow, white and orange���������  a caipe.t of dainty -coloring* and'daintier fragrance. But neither woman  was in-the mood to notice the rose-  slrewn path they trod. Clare was  bewildered by Dorothy's words; Dorothy herself, as.she walked on quick-,  ly, was mentally repeating.her own  dreary words, I have only done liarm.  1 should like to tell you now how it.  all caine about, she said presently,  slopping again and putting her hands  lightly on*-Clare's shoulders, and some  day, she looked round her wiih again  that-little shiver spme day���������-1 think  I shall tell you. Not now. Trust  me now, Clare, I did what seemed  best at. the moment, and if 1 did wrong  1 am paying for it.  You poor dear, indeed you are, and  I had no business to rake up the past  ani make you more unhappy than circumstances are making you. But  Mr. Dynecourt is a friend of mine,  and���������it. made m:. sorry that ���������-  I am glad he has such a good and  loyal friend., lie heeds .a friend like  you to help him. In spite of all his  strength, he wants a woman's help.  But not mine, Clare answered, a  torch of bitterness in,her accents,  men don't need me excepting in a  .ort of bon camara.de kind of way.  I am not a woman who appeals to  a man qua woman, "   <>  I am not so sure of that, Dorothy's  eyes looked searchingly into Clare's  troubled face. You used to be more  than halt' a boy, Clare. But lately I have noticed that, another side  of you is getting the upper hand; you  are. less of a boy, ai_d������enore of a woman, dear. And if men were not  very blind and very silly, they would  have seen the beautiful woman nature  In you long ago, and made something  more of you than a bon carmarade  and friend. "  Clare Hushed and shook her head.  No man will ever do thai, she said.  I'm not the kind of woman to attract  ihem. Meanwhile���������  Meanwhile, Clare, if you get any  opportunity of being a*.good friend-.to.  Oliver Dynecourt use the opportunity  He is���������not happy.   * ,  ..Clare's only reply, was to lean for-  '/.ard and kiss Dorothy, and perhaps  the two Mends were nearer together  at that moment than they had been  since their hospital days. But the  serene peace of the summer evening  would have lost all its serenity for  them could i hey have looked, at-that  ncment into the study of the man  who occupied their thoughts, for there  was neither peace nor serenity in  Oliver Dynecourt's bearing as he  paced the little room like a restless  beast...  Upon his table, littered Avith manuscripts an*] letters lay aa article, due  in an editorial office on the following  morning, but as yet scarcely begun  *"/r"pile^'f~nlJres~^-'as"-ista"ci_e'd'~at~onie'"  side of the ink-stand, notes that were  all yflanswered, and the demonstration he was preparing for his hospital students was still far from complete. His owl*, appearance tallied  with the neglect and untidiness of  the table. * His hair was dishevelled  and fell over his forehead in disorder.  . His face lis Betty had observed that  very afternoon, was curiously drawn  and haggard; the lips had a puckered look that made him seem ten years  older than his age, and in his eyes  was a furtive expression and a certain odd nervousness of glance. He  paced the room ceaselessly, his hands  behind his back, his head bent in  thought, and when occasionally' he  11.ted it, It was only to look round him  wiih a quick glance that might have  appeared,to an observer to be a  fcjar.ee of fear,  Presently his restless pacing came  to an end and he sat. down to tho  tal lo nnil drew his writing towards  him, milking what was plainly a stupendous effort tb rivet this iilt.ent.lon.  on,his work, But nfter writing a  rev lines his pen dropped from his  hands, and he mi* staring (.(might In  I'ronl. of lilm mil!) some sound in the  ���������.Intel, outside roused lilm from his  lethargy, iind he once more took up  his pen and wrote -overishly. -But,  It seemed nn.Impossible effort to lilnii  to conceiil.i'iiT'e hi������ mind on one par-  llc.vilur thing. Ho w*.it������ a lew lines  of his article, next a note, then n word  o.' I wo of his demonstriitloii I'or tlio  lusplliil, .but thnt bin real thotiRliis  werr. In none of the.things ho wroto  >\'{ih perfectly obvious,. Willi, tho  kmih! ti.tnl liicl. of Interest hn ate IiIk  dinner In iho dismal room next to his  i-oiiPiiltlng room, inni llio hurried meal  liver, he. rciiii'iie-l to IiIh writing-tnblo  nnd wroie on )*i the minio jorlcy, din*  coniiucH'd way ns before, with some-  tiling verv like a uroHii. exclaiming---  My Grid' I cnn'l iniiKe my thoughti*  Ihin'k of nnyllil'ig hut tlmt. girl's fnco  and what hIio said, mul Iho whole  awful liiiHlne.. What did she menu  by a flue? And���������what���������Ih-i.liuLV  iTo ho Continued.  HOUSE FLIES  are hatched,.!, manure and revel ia  filth. Scientists have discovered  that they are largely responsible for  the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid,  Diphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile  Diseases of the Bowels, etc.  Every packet of  will kill more flies than 300 sheets  of sticky paper.  The Scorer's Paradise  Village cricket is' not generally a  s'ow game, but the match between the  Pudmore Slackers and the.,*'���������. Stopto'h  Smashers was the exception which  proved th. rule.   :    .  Two o������ * the, former team -had been  In for about three-quarters of ari hour  nnd not a solitaiy run had.been ..notch-'-  ���������d. It was a fine exhibition of how  not t.o( play cricket. ���������        ,*���������''���������,  At las.t one of the pair, more by accident than design, made a hit that  very nearly resulted in a run .being  scored *������������������ ���������'.���������.���������';        ���������'���������*'"���������*���������  Derisive cheer-.' came from the ever-  dwindling crowd   of   onlookers,   and  when they died docyn the voice of the j  local butcher, who was by way of being a wit, was heard to remark;  Steady, there���������steady!- Keep your  heads! If you get so reckless we  3ball have to wake the scorer!  ,    $100 Reward,-5 luo.  Ttic. reader* of tli Is payer will tie pleas, tl to I.������rn  thnt there Is at least one dreaded Olseasp liiai -..looot-  I las been tiblo to i-are la'all'lis stai-ea, ami that Is  'Catarrh.   Hall's Catarrh  Curo  is lhe onli. . positive  cure now known to lhe mi'illi-al fr.ilernltv.     ouarrh  behm a co__tltutlO-S.il  ill_._.e,  rciiulrea a  -Oi;Mltu-  tlonal trc-fttnijx-l.    Hall's ('ul-.rrh Cure Ja taken Internally. ai'1'.-M. iilrrfl'.y upon the blood nnil mu.ou.  iiirfac-s   ol   lhe   system,  ihrrcbj*-   ilestroyInt.'   tlie  'ounduUm of  the illsra..,  p id  plvinc  the  pallent  treiiRtli b*.  Iiullilln? up I!*,- conRiitiulon ami ni-si.i-  Ing naliiru.in dohis lis work.   The proprietors have  ao nuieh faith l;i Its vuratlvo powers."thr.t.thev oiler  Ono llusHlred Dollars for auv ease' that tt lulls lo  I ������ire.   Send lor list of testimonials  Aihlre-SF. J. C11KNEV & CO   Toledo, O.  Sold hy all DriiiiitlMs. 7f.e. '  Take Hail'f runilly I*)!!, for.rn-.stlyatlon.  that v.-cij'  ' c k t e *   ���������  "WINDSOR. TAHI.lv SAI.T".���������"  "Xo MsV.m, tV.crfc-.. nolliittg"  Jn it but Sfi-it���������just pi:re, cleaa, wholesou."  wit���������and ftllsalt."  "Everybody around here ���������������,������������_ Wlndeor.  Salt, nnc! 1 don't believe thia Etore couid Belt  ������ny other kind of Ts'tile Salt."  "No Mn'a'm, we -wouldn't wflpt to hstirf'e  SiiyoUit-rEalt���������we HV:e to sell Windsor .Knit,  because wc know it will please our customers"  r.  . ���������. /..  i ii  ���������v������*> -'_V*/ ������''"''i.    ini'vn  'WA'!f'������'.fvAft ���������*l*r,-'rt   Miuiid  \fe*9      'A-'ti In     ������ mi all  \f-li'K--.m~f       (\ V,*|||.|| (.Ot  liiifnr find luii!'r nnd limn Innii mul -.prcml  dii over llii.li- Ih-iiiI ', mid In miiih. cum-h down,  tlii-lr Inn kR mul Iioi||.*.i. Tlie ilurini* i.nlil ll  WdH M'Z.iiii., but tlicy i.n-iiii-il tu bit dully  I'iMIhk vuiim*. The .ore. Imiii.il lllii! lllih  IioIIh, thin tilled with iiiuIIit, nml IomI,i.i|  Hid' iib'ir'i"'i*i-H. 'Ilii-v biciirili. fill llilliiiiii'il  lil.ll IHIUU il, lllll. iiiK IlK'U In Im tfliiMMIIIIJ.  nriilcliluif llirmvrlvi.ii. 'Ih|.> inmli. Ilie, _ni*i<i  t.uitii, mul Hn- in.-inr tii-V.i-il ull iivii iiiiir  Jirsiil". Wi* Iind lo cut thrir fiiii*i*r nulls  nml m times tu |.ut jjlovwi on tliclr liiiinl.,  (1,1   |i|*ll;'|l':|l V. ;i . in Icul, t*.  I.r-fji ll.l-in ffl.tll  fllfi-lim hiu llm II. i h, nnd nl nliilit tluv  v.nnlil ..������_.ilv luir il.i-lr llinh'i ������ilf, 'llm  bi.Wi-r!*v,u..|illii Iin 11,Ily covered with blood.'  Whei. Governor Head was in" office  in New Hampshire. Colonel .Barrett.,  of the Governor's staff, died, and there  -vas an unseemly scramble for the of-'  fice even while his body was await-  ._ig burial with military honors. One.  candidate ventured to call upon Gov-  e;nor Head. <  Governor, he asked, do you think  you would have any objection if I vfas.  to ge*. into Colonel Barrett',- place?  The, answer came prompti,v���������  No, I don't think I should have any  objection,'if the undertaker is williiifr.  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency���������  When the 'undigested food lies in the  stomach it throws off gases, causing  pains and oppression in the stomachic  region. Tho belching or eructation  of these gases i3 offensive and the only  way to prevent them is to restore the  itomach to proper aclion, Parme-  loe's Vegetable Pills will do this.  Simple directions go with each pack-'  i-i and a, cours? of them taken- systematically is. certj-in' to effect a cure.  Jones' Legacy  . "\V-hen ���������. Jones' rich '.,'���������*grandijioiti'ei*  parsed away "tliere was a boom on  Jones. All his poverty-stricken  lyends rallied about him with words  of cheer and comfort, but Jones remained sad and 'dejected, find nothing they, co ii!.I say brought solace  to him.  Come, come, said Smith, kindly, it's  the way of the world..  Jones buried his head deep in his  hands.  .We must all die some time  philosp-1  ,,pliize_d__JllQb.in-_Qjii__, ....-.-   '..'���������'-'    ���������    ������������������'��������� -.; i  Jones shed a hitler tear. *'.,.,.-;.-!  She left a last will and testamcuij', >  I - T.uppose?: mm mured Jenkins, cafe.%|  lf.osly. ,    .'  Oh, yes, said Jones, raising his bead  at last; she left a will and testament.  Ah, chimed in Brown, you were always a friend ot hers. Of course  your name was mentioned ?  Yes, answered .Tones, bursting info  a fresh flood of tears, my name was  mentioned, boys     1���������I am to have.���������  They hung expectant, while more  (.ohs choked his words, 1 am to hove  the Testament.  Jock Jlussell was a farm servant.  One day, when Mrs. Brown, the farmer's wife went, into the milkhouse she  found Jock down on his knees before  a milk-boyne. skimming the cream off  with his finger and putting it in his  mouth.  Oh, -lock, Jock, she exclaimed. I  don't like Ihat  Ah. wumman, replied Jock, ye dinna  >:n- what's guid lor ye.  TONIC TREATMENT .  ---FOR-THE-STOMACH  Sleeping 8lcl.ne._  SiHTOHnful, Indeed hnd been the \lb  \n\!,f ('(iiici-it which waK now almost  concluded Tlio one rift In Uiu lute  was ilie |iliinh.l. who hnd patron I zed  Ilie liiucli i'iiIIhm* too freely,  Ai IiihI ibf. liir.umcd bam. got up  to tnko hif lull.. IIIh eholee fell  upon tin-.! undent  cIiihhIi*:  Itoclif'd ill Hie ������'I*imII������ of tlie deep,  1 Iny uv down In peace lo Hli*e|i.  Hilt thn plauiK.l ho ovH-coiur. with  i inotlfii;���������Mid   liilieli���������-litlllg     oil     Iho  lllliil   IIOlO   -.0  1011/   IIH   10  KillSI)   lllll   Vtl-  i ,ni,.i n .iiifi l .  Look Intro, nt l.ist sliouldl tlir  'hfiin do you tnk'������ mn fot  nVif-, I Hhould liiiiiKini'.  No Mcre'Jsmiline  The new vicar was paying a ������������������visit,  l'liongst tho patients in ihe local,  hospital, When ho entered ward No.  2 he came across a pale-looking young  -nan lying in a cot, heavily swathed  in bandages. There he stopped, and  After administering a few worijs of  comfort, to tlio .unfortunate sufferer,  lie remarked, in cheering tones: ���������  Never mind, my man, you'll soon be  all right. Kei-f. on Kinilirig; that's  llio way of tho.world..  I'll never smile again,', replied the  youth sadly.  '  Rubbish' ejaculated the vlem*.  'I.'liei'e nln'l no rubbish about It, exclaimed the other, heatedly. H's  ihrongh smiling at another ,f< liow'n  .girl thai  I'm lH're now.  Canada b Cry for Ohildreti  It, will ."nine- lib'ii surpili-e lo many  people to know ihai In Great Britain  thero are no fewer thun HGO.O'OO clill*  dreij. wlio knew no oilier puroiitagn  than Ihat oxorcliH-ul by the St mo mv  by charitable his'tltntloiiH, while thero  are lu I'amifln iiiaiiy people who wouli)  ..))������ only too f. lad* lo ndopl hiicIi Iltllo  ones.  This class of Immigration nol only  relieves Die burden on lhe British  taxpayer, hi! It hcikIh to llm Dominion  'new-rotiK*)'*' whose geiierul Ideas are In  ii plant le coinlllkMi, nnd who can, more,  readily Hum iliose nt older ,vimih, lie  ililliiiMici'd nlong Gniiiidliin linen to become ('iiniidliiu clilzeuw,  It him bei'ii cHilinnieil Hint (ti'i-nt  Hiltiiln could .live a nillllon slerllng  by sending n������ ( iiuiidn ln.lltio chlldreu  of dlHCieiioiiary age to bi'/'oun* valu-  ablo clir/ens, Caniidii IiihI yr.nr  nindo iippllcnllon for IS.Ofltl Hrltliili  nlilldren. tint on aoeouiit of luck.of  I'unds, lower than H.tidll were font out.  Tim cont of trnnHporlliig  would be far leu., than  In public liiHtliiitimiH.  thouo children  keeping Hiem  Do you hello*" Hint  we  t,   i \., i. ,��������� ���������...-  ililKH.   V,'  V.ni  WI  irate  . Hip  Ottbt,   I In*  (i'ii biiiti.'il  doctor,   being  iiwil  im   |.yii|.|*!   un   ll   ciiiiii"  .���������liHlioi* he could tell  whnt niuiiillly  nt arm nic  wa *  i*������(|iilHlto  to  kill  n  Tin. tlnni'ir if*  ������  .'i  j-hoi) Uiiitii.inttnliiiUi" ������������������������������������-.ll ������    .(U���������-    , f,xur..<n������ tU ���������,****   -T ������.--., _^_..<���������,.���������*t  "..'XL* ynnnrev.'Tn T ??OTT.-Tm;/ ',[)     "itnT, TyiTs TsKed    by    ine    |TFf.sident  ���������"tiVJhT!- Xi-mwll... wlili'li I found to b.iiffit  my ilillilrin /tf-iilly.   I rout Imn il with llm  (uliiiirii Kfuip nml I'liil'iuu Ointmout far  w, i;*-'r'J'j t'H'l t!,,fi '";',!i I; n vinivvlcvw  ������i'iV,'r (.Mijiinj) uioif,/] Althut UDhliiMiiV,  ri7, I lijf.ivillii.in HI., Jluyliunl Coinnion, nr.  Jiitnulcy. York*., lint*., Jan. '.I, mil.    tj������.  Alilmii.'ht ui.i '���������������������������*��������� ^iJ'.tHi'iU'."*-,: mi mn   Mi,,,  ||V,  (p. Ht-s,  vn ti'tnpeiiiuieiii,  iis  wild lliioiiidiitut th* u:'.'r.', u iitnrul .������iii.|iln   ''   l   "'' -        ���������   ������������������  ������f null, wn'* *;.p, I.ook im the >Un i.ill Im  ���������'!''   nrl',  I,II   llll|l|il HHIIll   III   1'ilHrr    l>.   .V   X.     \   ,11111 iil ll    O.     t-lllgl*  LVilp,, 'if) C<.JUJIi''i*'i AU'.,  -Ilui.liili,  U. .*���������'. A.  Cvilnl]jl,v, ",   l7 Td'Hiilunt.      Tint.  r.uTT know  b' toielinnd  the age of  ���������ondli'lon nnd litlilt ������if body, whether  v, lilm. or ��������� plii:*.(������ r,  PVI'I'   hllDW  . . ,*h''.'-- :<"  miked Blnkf of Hie (..eillnl plillo. rt*  phfM*.  Yi'H, Hiilil ihe gi'.nlnl iililloiiophcr, I  know a barber In ihW town who, at  tlie nge of ten, w.ir Hip mont dliingrec-  ,ible Iltllo hIuvv. r you ever hhw, nnd  i,. ... ,.   ,.,(, , ,1   ....   I.,   . /......   I i.*.I   . r   .,  wf".'*r-  u4  uc rape  fttH'lv.... **_,  A  wny  ���������*&$:. mZ  ���������   Mat,is>  The Modern Melhorl Most Successful in Treating Indigestion  The old fashioned methods of treating indigestion and stomach troubles  are being discaided, The trouble  with the old fashioned methods was  that whe'i the treatment was stopped  Hie trouble returned in an aggravated  form.  The modern.method of curing, indigestion and oth'-i* stomach troubles is  ti toin. up the stomach to do its normal work Kvery step toward recovery is a step gained, not, to he lost  again. The recovery of Ihe appetite,  the disappearance of pain-, the absence  ot: gas���������all are steps on the road to  health that those who have tried the  tonic treatment lemember distinctly,  !.r Williams' Pink Fills are a tonic  ;iiedic!ne, everv const! Ui out of, which  is*'lioIpfiil.'..iii biiiifllvig up the digestive  Vrgaiia, ain! is therefore the' very best  remedy for chronic cases of Btomaeli  trouble, The miccosb of; tlio,'treat���������  .r.eiil. Is proved by thousands of cases  like tho following, Mv, \V. W,  Swain, Grand-V.illey, Onl... says: ���������  "For Kcveral yeanv my mother had'  ���������S-imnch I rouble from which she got  no relief whatever until she began  the uso of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  S'ro was irented at different times by  Ihvce doctors, bit lheir efforts did not  avail, Then she was advised to try  nn electric belt, but If proved worth-  'ess. She siiffcted much during this  lime and food becium** distasteful. The  irouble also affected her nerves and  1'Pi* genoral hen It U wiih on lhe verge  of a breakdown, One day a friend  who was In aslud her to try Dr Wll*  li'inis' Pink Pill;.. Without very much  Itopo that Hip Pills would provo sue-  eoiiRfnl when other nieiliclnes had fulled, W?. novoi'thrleiw got hur a supply.  In n few weeks we could see a decided  111 lit Hip Pills would provo siiccnsHfiil  wlf.n oilier medlcliips had fulled, we  i,f..vci*tl)plf*t's got Iipi' n Kiipply. In a  fo'v weeks we could sen a ileoldfld  chaiiRe, and goi ������lx more boxes, hy  the lima Hipho wire used mother was  n'.moHt well and Hhe kept ou taking  .ho Pllln Uir ix I'i'.ort tlino longer nnd  w��������������� (OinplPtt'Iy fureil, Slut In now  -i hpnlthy nml nirfing woman find Is  novor blithered with her stomach In  any wny, 1 hope this Htnteniont will  l,iing i*c*lii*r to othoi: Hiiffert'iH.  Why expiTlmuit with medlclnei- of  ilcubtftil valuo. when you lmvo hiicIi  i.oiltlvi. pvideni'o of tho henoflt folio'lng the use of Dr, \VllHi_m_.' Pink  PIIIh. Hold \y> nil inedlPlno dPiiloru  o.* by mall at fi'l pciiIh a box or six  boxes for $2.r.O from  The Dr.   Wll-  i'ii III.-)    ..Mil.-IIH*   fn.,   lilm I.i iin ,   &,,'.,  Me Would Need One  A negro'was In goal, iiwaltlng his  uinl for *!io tli.ifr. of a cow,  IIIh wifo culled to see, lilm. and ftfi  ..lie went out Hie gofiler ashed.  i^il*.!     )Ull   l-l.>l.f,V.ll   il    I.I.. >i:|    HI   lit-  iffid .iim yet. M.iimly?  Nr, Hiild tlu* (liiuky (lump, with a de-  \< .unle.r who Juid  breii a  rail.  p ttTtta iii? a������n.itr.*nrteh  war, on bin return resumed his iiiii-  lei--, and mi being (inked one day by  ,i ivu.i'.lfi' if 'u- noticed any ������'Iuuik������M!  gliiiie he left. Kpllcit ���������  Mure nu' Ol  it",  w.rr.  w  lllllWl I*   Ol*    biU'lH'Ifil-  Wlli'll   lillih-  W. N.  "    .ft  liul mi ilii'si   p.'iiits I   can    answer  Jill' fJllf-MiOII.  I in In non* h  pre.  The  .-liven  Illlll t������ at   lwehc;   lhe  i .-  When You Buy Matches,  Ask for  They have a true tafety base  head,   with  silent    tip.     Will  never explode if Stepped  on.  Eddy's Matohes have _a.ti__ied Can.  adlani Btnce 1851���������accept no others  the E.B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDVS"  Washboards^   Wood  Pails and   Tubs,  Fibre Pails and Tubs,  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE^     WINNIPEG  This company nets in tho capacity ,ot  TRUSTEE^ EXEGIJTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and wo shall be glad to forward copy of    our    Booklet    "Somathina  ibout Trusts, Trustees and Trust Companies." on request  MONEY TO  LOAN  ON  FARM   PROPERTY AT CURRENT  RATES  0FINTERE8T  Tho surest and most satisfactory way In which the Wos-tern farmer  can secure for himself the full value of his gram, ib to shiy it by the  carload in hulk to Fort William or Port Arthur, ..nd employ a reliable  .and experienced grain commission'firm in the Winnipeg market to  look after and dispose of it. We are old established and widely  known over West-err* Canada in this branch of the grain trade. AVe  act as farm-si'B' agents and handle Btnctly on commission, and are not,  open to buy the .aimers' grain on our own accoun.t. We make liberal  ���������advances on car bills of lading, supervlBo the grading of cars, obtain  the highest price.? going', at tlmo of sale, and make prompt returns  when sold. ,.;;;*,.*  We Invite farmers to write to ub for shipping instructions and market Information/*We give as references to our reliability, efficiency  and flimnclil standing an)/cily or country bank manager in Western  Canada. * -.  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN GQiyilvilSSION MERCHANTS,  701���������703 F.  fJRAIN  EXCHAhlOE WINNIPEG, CANADA  A . celebrated f-nglneer, being ox:  umlned at a trial where both the Judgo  und counsel tried in vain to browbeat  htm, mado use in his evidence of the  oxpression, "the crcutlvennowor ot a  Mechanic," on which the judge rather  tartly asked hini whnt ho meant by  ihp creative powor of u nieohnnlc,  Why, my lord snld the engineer. 1  .neiiii that powov which enables a mnn  ic convert a Koat's tall into a Judge's  wIk.  . Wliitt Is ihat dog barkliig ut? asli-  a fop, whose boots woro moro polish-  id  than litf*  Iilraa.  Why, snld a. byslander, ho sees nn*  ollii'r pujipy I'.-* your boola.  The f'.iniouii erlnilnttl Inwyer hnd  won a iihochlnnly- bnd en. o by elo*  fiiienco nml trickery, and a rival lawyer mild to hlrn, bitterly*���������  Is there any cane so low, so foul,  no vilely uroolceil and Hhn'niet'iil that  you'd lefimo It?  Well, I don't, know, the other tin*-  -.vered, with a Millie. What have  you been dolnj; now?  Mr Croker-Kliig, tho well-known  actor, tell* of nn amusing incident of  a theatrical tour. A certain town  was "billed" for two great rival productions. On* the arrival of the train  which brought both companies u certain man, hound on IuibIdcsh, approached one of the company as lib*  stopped out o* a flrst-cliiM. oompurl-  ment, and politely raising hla hnt, raid  In all lilnoerlty: ''Beg pardon, sir. but  are you Tlio Darling of Iho (tods, cr  Tho Great est Rcoundrel Living?  , My hiiHbnivl Is too tonder-lieiu'led  plt'Ogetlu..' to go', on, said Mrs. ,Vu*..  gins, dolefully It shows his i,eod  nolnt'J, certainly; Why, ho won't  oven speak a crosn word to ine, nor  whip  tlio chlldri ii, no" even   kill  u  fly.  Oh, that h noi 111 n n, hu 1*1 Mrs Hug  ;.'lns, tny hiiKbiiiid Is bo teMtler-heiiiitd  that, he aiti'l evrn bent h eiupet.  Impntlfiiil YouiUf Mnn (iil. telephone)  r.tnt'n' yon. Isn i It, Mary? TIiIh Iu  tlio third time I ve tried to j*ct yon.  floft   Voice- Why,   .liul',     >nu'vo*  never really trlo.l to get inn ut nil.  fcu  w.-���������  tibtM  mil.    Kt Jim wpj  in   a  Vi  wyer   nt  011.  e;  b"t ho .a>'H lie uln't guilty ho  o'tourse, Ah alr't n-gwiiie to get no  !u wyer,  Then cnnie ix voice from the dark*  nniK n  f l)i< riOl.t.  Mb-taii Cr.uly, called lhe    r*������'l������'f,nf->*.  Wonderful Cures Reported In Germany.  The uie of simple herb* at remedlei Initeid ot the more concentrated nnd  uiu-lly more dan|Jerou������ inorjanlo mb_tancei, hai beeri revived very widely of late.  In r.erm������ny ������ new noliool of pliyilolan. Hm arlicn which throwi out almoM; a  whole of the pharmtcopela and reliei on an adepution of the method of wild  unlm-li In enr'n* th*������w������i������lvi������������ -V. V. Werli.  It was Dr. H. V, Pierce, oliief coniultio< phyilciin to the Invalid*' tioiel snd  Surgical fnatuutc ai _iu_.������lo, N. V��������� vntio titai ������(j������uC-l������J (lie cxUUm.m uu- nf jn'inr  of our native rooti, inch at i Golden i.eal and Ore|on <rape root, momlrnUe  and queen'i root, black cherrybark. Theie are Hie chief Ingredlenta In Doctor  Werca'a (Solden Mtdioal Diicovery, which Iim been to well and favorably known  for nearly half a century. A liarnileis cltuiiker und  Uomucli tonic liut Miifw.. hat provided,  .1, l)o.v A T.i) M.iTlil.������o.v of 0. sluing N. V. hiji������: 1 >*ul-  fcred for ovi������r live years with whnt the donors tod mc wm  tlUtilttl cfimmiiiii. uf Ilie Ktfnnm-li, ttmnlntid e't/i ������ ������<������<";  rlml I'liiulltliM nf miiiif, unit nm-nim hnirt,    I lino '������."_*''  ������ iloe.n't slitop at nil, an' there"*. 1 lell dut  -<r nlgguh womnn to git a  n������,. ii'.ht tmln.  rv.-yci-  ir.d a J'.ily jrofil f.ne, too!  1. 1). -lAiawoN. Ba*  lNtlleK' mul tail truthfully my I mn fieliim ,)ii*it<*r. m>w  thnn I hnve In yenr.. I elifprlully trlvu iKTml-xu.ii to print  iliWii������itit,.iiii|(tl, mullt ,u,y 'dtuttiUuu Tlioniin wrlli-ni"  1 will 'put hlrn uJm������. to llm Urt'l*ilJ-������*rouud uhhIUIiio l������ 1������"  conntry today.*  1 THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  -  Pl_-.clng.the Blame  I wish to comp.ain, said the bride,  haughtily, about that Hour you sold  me.     It was tough.  Tough,., ma'am'  asked the.,grocer.  Ye3, tough.- I made a pie -with it.  and my husband could hardly cut it  .���������Everybody's.  Old folks who need something  of the kind, find  NA-DRU-CO  LAXATIVES  most effective without any discomfort.  Increased doses not needed. 25c. a box  at your druggist's.*  Nitioml Dun mi Ch.__.il Cf. of Cttn... limiM.  "INTERNATIONAL FLY WAY"  Prevents the Tremendous  Loss from Flies  Fllai ro.t tba Kirnim cf C_n_.U million! Of  ���������a.il.niumiia.lyby i-t^-_tnztlwi;i-wth-rf_U-_lnr  o. niiliu������I������ will Vr greatly f-dm-lng ths prixluuUon of  milk lyri-.i������l-iUl)r_mio.TlnsU_������ ������alraal_all-umm������r.  T.-tcif fUr..-*-. or _tix.Ttl>.r knows till It_t3__t_t  io t>. triM fioai hl< own ������xp_rl������ue_.  F;i-������������l������cic������\iinat-Cftt lo.j of lift t.j-Spro������_It>f  Wi. _<.i from farm to _������nn. "l_tern������tlon������l Fl/  Wny" will luitp Mm off j-our ������nlm_l������ Md giro then)  imhct rust from theso pcillferoui Intewi, T-litoh  will uii.e you mora money In a Urzur production of  ______ vr du.:U .lulckor Kr������wtli of tUuicuU.  SAVE YOUR STOCK  ' By Using h- .  "INTERNATIONAL FLY WAY"  It U pciltlrrly rtMt.ntgi)4 to b* flfoctlvt ta  Driving Awny HIm,-Mo_<iulto������, anil other l__ttt>  wlili-h m or ry atockand _������du������ thtlr earnlnjr������r������ctty.  It In liirralims to ttm lialv and ilita and wilt ba found  imitiM-tly aitltfoctoiy flan ui^tt acoorauif to  dlr-Cllun".  Wo liltwo onr twtntr yean of reputation p������i* or  "International My IVay/aud ask y_u to twll' on  ourpoilUTo (uarantco. , _.  ton Sali at Au. Dsaj.im.  ' '   *  nrrwNinwut stock food co.Uwii-i.toxorio  Ho. T4  *4-x  THE <ALBERTA, HOTEL  715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors south of C.P.R. Depot  Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold water in every room  Hotel   practically   Fireproof  All Outside Rooms  AKLINGTOK CHALLHNai.  > WATER PR00!'   GOLLAKS  Are tho bos* e vor. made --aud are guaranteed to glvo you satisfaction. At  all dealorH, or Hend us 25 coat, stat*  IiiB Hty'.o.and nize required.  The Arlington Go,, of Canada, Ltd,,  ; 68 Fraeer Aver, Toronto, Ont.  Papa's Paper Serpent  Our father always thinks himself a  very hapd njaii;  ���������Vhatever other :nen can do he's certain that he can,  do when thero';; any little job���������to fix  a nail or shelf,  S. ys father, fetch my kit of tools, I'll  do the. job myself.  The latest  job. that father did  was  papering a room���������  A strange and weird, proceeding that  ,  has filled the house with gloom;  When all the things were ready father  ���������^   called us ev'ryone  To watch him, so that we could see  how simply it. was done.  He cut a length of paper, thickly pasting over all;  Then, mounted on the steps, he firmly  fixed It to tlio wall.  Tha  bottom  end * stuck to  his  feet,  ^   the  top  curled  round  his  head,  And niothor say. I'm not to write the  things that father said.  Pa struggled like a Trojan with that  awful,  sticky mass  With panting hearts we    held    our  breath, and watched until, alas,  That   paper  serpent's  curly  tail,  a3  round and round it flew,  Had swallowed up the baby boy al-  ' most before we knew.  While father and the baby, gave their  first united yell,  Poor Marjorle aud Marmaduke both  disappeared as well; '���������  And, -worsi, when mother tried to save  her fated boy and girl,  Tbat florco and hungry serpent dragged her in tht dreadful whirl.,  [ watched the * struggles���������heard . the  shrieks���������of all our family,  i_ut not for long I watched them���������  -soon the serpent swallowed me! "  And  then I  thought the worst had  come���������alas, but it had not;  To finish up, the pail of paste came  down upon the lot!  Hard Lines  Aboard the great ship the silence ot  despair reigned. She had struck an  uncharted reef, and, owing to the  heavy sea the boats had either been  iitove In against the ships side or  swamped In tho r.ttempt to lower. A  stalwart passenger stole up to the'  captain's side.  Do you think, sir, he asked, that  there is the slightest chance of. our  being caved?  Look h������re, said the skipper, in tones  of disgust, that's the sixth time you've  asked me that question. Why, you  great lubberly biute, I believe you're  -..he biggest coward aboard!  S���������sh! No, I'm "not, protested the  burly one, but look here. You see  tbat old duffer standing by the rail?  Well, he's my rich uncle, and all my  lift I've had to pa*, up with his cussed  oantankerousness. But if this ship's  going down, and there's no hope. I'd  liko tlmo to give him one good, sound  kick to square the Utile account I  ov/e him!       _^_   Just theh~r.~rescue slilp appeared oh  11-o scene and above the joyful shout  the raucous voice of the old man by  the rail was heard, commanding his  dutiful nephew to fetch his hot-water  bottle from h'.s water-logged ataUV  ��������� <om.  Frost & Wood Binders  Widely used everywhere.    Perfect,. light running-  meet the hardest conditions of cutting and binding.  CRICULTURM  IMPLEMENTS  Well Caught  He had returned homo in the evening, tired and leady for a restful  hour or two.  John, my love, said his little wife  sweetly, did you post that letter I  gove you this morning?  Yes, my pet. said John, hiding his  conscience-stric.-eu face behind the  newspaper.  Well what is your answer? still  more sweetly.  Wh-what is what? gasped John.  What Is your answer, dear? said his  little wife clearly. That letter was  fiddressed  to  you.  Addressed to me! exclaimed John.  I didn't notice it.  And.then, liko a foolish man, he  fell into the trap and produced the  letter from his pocket to see. The  cuvelope was not addressed to him,  out a long and  severe lecture was,  Attacks of cholera ani dysentery  come quickly, thero seldom being any  warning of tha visit. Remedial act-  'o:\ must bo taken just as quickly if  the patient is to be spared great suffering and permanent injury to the lining  membranes of th? bowels.^ Tho read-  -o; t ^reparation for the purpose is  Dr. J. D. Kellcgg's Dysentery Cordial. It can bo got at small cost at  :ny drag store or general dealer's,  and it will afford relief before a doc;  lor can be called.  , KST m HEALTH TO MOTNtt AM CHILI ,  ' mm, WiKiww'i Booruitca am or b*������ '  "  and lot over BlXTY V_.AR.by MlLuOt ���������  ftOTHlIRH (or   their CKILOKW  WW.  MttniiNO, with Vvrfbcx ayccxT  m  ���������nd Uk*  MlMtftly liirmltii. B* iur* tud  Wlnttow'a B-ftothlug Byrup,1' and  Mod. Twenty-Ira oent. ��������� itott-t.  SITUATIONS VACANT  Young men placed in positions aa  Telogriiphnra, Freight und Tlclcot  Clorkm Jtint aa fast as wo can prepare  thmn. Hallway Olllclula oiidoriio our  System Iiociiuho our Instruction Is  Hpoolutiy proparod. Duy and Mall  Coiif-K-JH. Wrlto for Free Boole 19,  Dominion School Railroading, To������  ronto.  Now thoy claim that tho human  hedy fo.itnlr.8 milphur.        '*  In what amount','  Oli, I.i varying qtiantltloa.  Will, that may ucoouut I'or somo  otli..rn.  Ii tho i-dlto.-ln-chlof In? askod tho  vla'lor, oh In. nlioiled Into tho innga*  ���������������.lr������ ollleo nt otuht o'clock In llio  ni.rnliiK, ���������    \  No, sir. aiHwernd tho clinlrmaii po-  Iiti>ly.     lift ilonsn'l got horo ao early..  Ik tlifn. anything I can do for you?  Pi'i'lnips you cun. I mippose you  t,ri* not coniiccli'il with tho pout leal  iloparlmcjut o.f tho niuguzliio?  Olif j'k-'H, air, waa tlm qi|lcU roply.  You un.?    And what do you do?  "i    u.ityij    (iii*    uu.no, >Mi"'_    l.anni.-(t),  Saved Harry Lauder's Life  Wearing his kilts. Jlr. Harry Lauder, the comedian, played a novel part  on the sands at Blackpool, England,  recently, Ills concern for dumb animals; especia'l/ pit ponies, is well  ''.nown, and when he was invited by  the mayor of Blackpool to distribute  prizes in a .competition for donkeys.  Mr. Lauder eagerly responded, Having fixed medals' to the -winning don-  k<.ys' bridals, the comedian mounted  a randhlll and indulged in interesting  nud amusing patter.  He related soijio of his exporlencos  as a pit boy. - lie told how, when  going through a diilft In a coal mine,  his pit pony suddenly atopped. Im-  mediately I struck him with the whip.  Mr. Lauder proceeded: Ho turnod  lound to thn sldo of tlio littlo till. I  was Bitting in, and I am not. oxnggora-  ting whon I tell you that about 100,-  1)00 tons of stone foil. Hnd It not.  been for the iViitonfiflfl of the hearing  of that pony we Bhould both have beon  Diuicd alivo. I owe my llfo to that  Shetland pony. Inntond of licking  my pony bocauso ho didn't go on, when  I uaw wha* happened I jumped out of  tho tub and put my arm round hli  neck and l.Is.od lilm.  A solicitor, whose nose and chin  were both very long, and who had  lost his teeth, whereby the nose and  chin were very close together, was  i.cld���������  1 am afraid your nose and chin  will fight before long; Ihey approach  each other so' menacingly.  I am afraid of it myself, replied the  man ot law, for a great many words  have passed between them already.  OBLIGED TO  QUITJBUSINESS  SO DREADFUL WAS THE SUFFERING rROM  ITCHING PILES  Mina.dV Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Johnson   you've been flghtin'  You'se lost two of yo' front  Sam  agLn.  teeth.  No,  I. ain't,   mammy,  got 'em in me'pocket.  honest.   I'se  Shall I make a hash of this meat  landlady.  Well, it don't matter whether you  biles it agin or roasts it, replied the  lodger; you're bound lo make a hash  of it.  Good-bye to Asthma.    Persona suf-  __crlng���������from���������that extremely. trying,  '.- ouble known as asthma know what  it iF to long -with all their hearts for  oscap? as from a tyrant. Never do  _hty knoA* when an attack may come  and* they know that to struggle unaided is vain. With Dr. .1. D. KeL  logg's Asthma Remedy at, hand, however, they can say good-bye to their  Miemy and onjo" life again,  at once.  After Twenty Years of Pile Torture  Relief and Cure Came With  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  You tako no lisk and you make no  experiment when you use Dr. Chase's  Ointment for piles. Many doctors  still cling to tho Idea that nothing but  an operation will effect a cure. But  * peratioin are expensive and dangerous, and often fail in their results.  Some have been cured by Dr. Chase's  Ointment after operations had failed.  Dr. Chase's Ointment truly has a  wonderful record as a cure for piles  ard all itching skin diseases. Here  is a ������������������'use which was reported recent-  O'-'���������  Mr. John P. Marshall, 14 Barnes  road, St. John's, Nfld , writes:���������"For  iw.wards of twenty years I was troubled terribly with itching piles; at  times so. bad that I was obliged to  ay up, unable to attend to business.  "I 'tried many treatments without  benefit, until I accidentally read of  Dr. Chase's Ointment, and found at  la_.t a cure by using this ointment. I  only used one box a'nd part, of a second one when I was completely cured,  and have had no return of the piles.  That was eighteen months ago, and  needless to say, I attribute this cure  to Dr. Chase's Invaluable Ointment."  Many sufferers from piles have tried  so many scores of treatments ��������� that  '���������hey cannot believe that, cure is possible. In order tc convince the skeptical we are always willing lo send a  .ample box' free to anyone who encloses a two-cent stamp to pay posl-  '-ge. ���������*  Dr. Chase's -Ointment, COc. a box,  at all dealers, oi Ediuanosn, Bates &  Co., Limltr-d, Toronto.  ONTARIO   VETERINARY   COLLEGE  TEMPERANCE STREET, TORONTO  Affliiate.1 with the University of Toronto and under the control of  the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.  College   re-opens  October  1st, 1912.    N.B.��������� Calendar on application  E. A. A. GRANGE, V.S., M.Sc, Principal  "i  Force of Habit  Sir John Hittit, Bart, used to get up  cricket matches between his guests  and certain local teams in tbo district, and at ono of theso games played recently they ran short of an umpire, and the services of one of tho  footmen bad to bo called In,  ln due courso the Baronet went' in  to bat, and the second ball he received  stopped with his leg, and the cry of  'How's that?'' was raised.  It was the footman on whom the  decision rested, and, turning to his  master ho said, in a half-apologetic  tone:  I'm sorry to say, "Not at home, Sir  John."  Not at home? retorted the Baronet  What do you mean?  Well, then, Sir John, replied the  foctman, if you will have It, I mean  that you're hout.  Spoiling a Drive  Wilklns is av.   enthusiastic   golfer,-  ind when his frltud Johnson met him  coming away  from  tho links a day  or two ago he found Wilkias in a ter-  lihlo frame of mind.  What's happened, old fellow? asked  Johnson,  amiably.  Everything's the matter, growled  Wilkins. It's enough to mako ono  give up golf and go in for fishing.  Ihat ass Fitznoodle has been ri.nnl.iff  ail over thecourse, and actually crossed iny tee just as I was about to make  a lovely drive. What would you  have done had you been In my placo?  Johnson is a smart man, and hia  retort was chancierislic of him.  Well, ho replied, with a smile, seo-  ing that he crossed your t, I- think I  would have dottei" his I.  - Stockings embroidered with life-  si7.e figures of mice, are the latest  craze in New York. They cost $(j  r. pair.  A Qusint Statue  in statutes is rare.  The Last Straw  The cruel winds tore at the waves  as If '*() whirl tlicm away.  Tho man and the maid sat. close  together on the beach and watched  tli'*'storm  How th'* wlnW howls, darling!, Rlw*  said, yelling to make herself heard.  Yes, Bh-ieked her lover.  Why doos it howl? she screamed.  .*: DuiiiiO..   Perhaps It's got the toothache, he hollowed.  Ilumo'* in statutes Is rare, except  of the uii'.onscieus' type; Jmt the lit-  'tiG'paTisli~cliufcl_~of"St JamesrTfif-  mcuth (Isle' of Wight), has within  Its wals, a fine white marble statue of  ������������������x dashing seaman who -was Captain of  the Wight from ir/,7 to 1692!  'Sir Robert, as \vell as being an admiral bold.'1 was*also a bit of a wag.  On one ot his nautical raids he cap-  It lieTiis 'ur(?d *- French vessel which had on  heard an unfinished stalue Intended*to  lepresent Lo Grande Manarquo.  Holmes did not make Hip sculptor, who  was on board, walk the plunk, hut  compelled him to finish tho statue, ln  thf likeness of h!r. captor, The head  was ilio head of Holmes, but. the body  vas that of Louis XIV,  The contrast. Is striking and humor-  ���������His, and, as ths guide-book says, the  statue iH well worth a visit, If oiily  '.a seo the .Incongruity.of partnership  between a buccaneer fnco and a regal body'; ,/ ' - ,*  HOW MANY OF US  -all to Select Food Nature "Demands  'toi.Ward Off Ailments?  A Lynching 8tory  Eugeno Flold, tho American humorist, wus at a dlnnor In London when  tho oonvemitloH'luiMictl to tho mibjoet  of lynchliiK lu tho United States,  It wnu tlio genoral opinion that a  Inrgo percent ago of Aniorlcann mot  their danth at tho ond of hemp ropiw.  Finally the hoatesfl turnod to Field  aud nnl������ed-~  You, Hlr, must havo ofton bo-.ii U.ohqJ noiirulKio I>������Ihh In tho choHt.  nffnlra?  Bad Blood *  it tlie direct and Inevitable remilt of  Irf^-nnt'ir nr rrm������t'n-*!(J*������.l f.At|.*tM  ;������,l  clogVd-up kir.lni.yi ond ikln. Tiie  undigeitrd food ������nd other wiite mat*  ter which ii allowed to accumulate  poUoiu tlie blood and the whole  Kyi^m. Pr. Morse'* Indian Hoot I'illi  act directly on tlio bowels, regulating  them���������on the k.dneyi, jjlvinflt them *���������  tAitt and Mrcngth to prajvcrly filter ilie .  Hood���������and on the akin, opening up  thi> pnrea For pure blood nnd good  htAih take  Dr. Morse's  .<���������  Indian Root Pills  rrr  W. N. U. 911  Yoh, replied Field; hundreds of  thorn.  Oh, do tell un about a lynching you  havo Hoon yourself, broko in half-  ti-dozon volco*..  Woll, the night beforo I filar!oil for  Knglnnd, cnlil Field. I wns giving n  dlnnor nt on hotel to a pnrly or In-  tlmnto friends, when n colored waller  spilled a bowl o. soup ovor thn gown  nf a lady at an adjoining tiible. Tho  ?own was uttorly ndnod, nnd tho Ron*  tloman at onco uclzod tho waiter, tied  a ropo around his nock, nud, at a hIk*  nal from llm Injured lady, awuug hlui  up In the air.  Horrible, hu Id tho hnainm, with iu  .'jiiUu-ui, Ami uiu you actually Km.  i'ii.'.* your-i-.r  Woll, no, admitted Field, npologot-  Icnlly. Jimt at that moment I Imp*  pound to ho d'.wiiRtali* killing tho  I'h.f for puUUi'f niu.tiu'd In thu lila.i.*.  .tiftngo.  A Ky. .lady, opoaklng about, food,  Hiiyi-i: "I was ac_m������l.bmed.'io eating all  kinds of ordinary food until, for somo  ���������reason, inrtlg.oHt.loi- and nervous pros-  I ration Be!.' in  "After 1 hnd run down .sorloimly, my  attention was oiled to Iho nocoHHlty  of some changi! In my diet, and I ills-  fl.T.'.lnund my ordinary breakfast and  began using Grape-Nuts with a good  M'liuillty of rich cream. ,,  "In r, fow days my condition changed  'n n romiikuhlo way, mid I begun,,to  havo-a Hlronglh tlmt. I had never  hiien po8H"Hsed of before, a vigor of  b.dy and H poltf of mind that, auruec  m*. It was entirely now In my ox*  I't-riftiico,  'My former al lucks of IndlR'osllon  hiid been r.ooompnnled hy heat IIuhIioh,  ruid nnmy time, my condition was  dlitreHHliisr will*, blind b|.v'1h of dlzid-  noH,., ru nil of hlood to tho head nnd  Whether the corn bo of old-or new  growth, it musl yield to TTollowny's  Corn Our-j the simplest and host cure  offered totlio publlci  Fatigued Follx (the tramp) -~* 1  MHiiotliiio*- think our profesHlon 1*.  lust tho numiH't.'  IiiisIiiohh goln'.  Ilungry Hour;���������What's wrong with  it?  Fatlmtol Fellj-Woll, when other  fitfffira li rtbii������'*������>. Ifmy Hn ,-.frlli.������, hut.  ilie only way wo could stiUu. w������-������*������^  no by goin' to work.  Kdltli���������T*n I* Immensely ntik94f>d  tc Iwar you nr������> ������ p"t������t, ���������  Ferdlf---I������ ho?  With~-Oh, v.������ry. The !n������. i������f my  i.w(*ntlie������r)r. be Irl-M to kick wn. a  football pl������yer.  Sluco iMlng (.irapo'Niits iilonn for  'i)i������akfust 1 havo been free from those  troubles, cxcopi al Minos when I have  lndulf.1 <l in rich, grensy foods In <|iinn*  illv, then 1 would bo warned by n  pain under tho left shoulder blado,  and unless I hoedod the wnruiiiK tho  old trouble would como back, but.  vlion I filially pot to know whoro  Miami troubles originated I rotiirnnd to  my Mrapo-Nuts nnd ctonni and tho  pulii and illsliirbaiKo l������rt vory quick*  iy.  "I nm now In prime health ns a re-  ���������:nli of my iiMo ol' Oi'iipo*NutH," Nnmo  ^iven by t'nnadiiin l'ostum Co., Wind-  ear, Out.  "There's a reason," nnd It Is wc.  |iliiin...ii in tlio I'tilu liooK, (nu Uomi  !<; ^YflU'i'W tn I.)**.  Ever rend the above letter?   A new  one appear* from time to time. They  are genuine, true, and full ** ���������������oi*\������n  Interest-   ^r^^^'':/^^    \/  -i1*- ii      i i      *  vi iiiii in .i iii).-.,*iiiH'ieii zi'iiiiii, l.rieii*  William?  A misdirect***! zealul, floorgn, Is a  in .in who, whi.'i bin lioiirio In biiriiliig  Ih no i.elrimliietl to keep thn IIiiiiki.  f-Oiu belnif fHUiii-il Mint he '.b'ka lit*  dcj. ror whggliig till tall^ ���������   *  She (who has offered to hear Ilnle  JciieM'ti  |ihiI   In   th>.  fomliii.    Dioiilr)-  etihf- Now  wh.it't.    yopr    rue,    Mr,  .Ione������?  Joiii-i   (pu������li������l*i    My ru*?  She Ye*., wlmt they ������uy Ji������:������t ho  f������rn you come o.i. you know?  Jo*n*e.*'--f-h, I *?*��������� TIhv .d-Aays My  i enii.i on, you ������!!'>��������� until, i-.iti'i j.'ii?  The Blarney of Blarney-Stone  V-Visitors.to Boulhern Irelniid should  on no account: miss the Blarney Stone,  Aa iho train Irom tho North approaches Cork, I ho tower, which in  practically all tuat Is loft of BInrnoy  Cattle, niiy Im -seen, and Mio magic  triangular stone.Is situated near the  top of this tower,  Tho .'ahliiK of this wonderful powor  sounds aa By of Bttnlniiiont on first  nenrlntf of It,, but lu reality tho as*  pi rant Is faced with a physical dllll*  rully. To reach tho stono, ono must  bo held by the.'hoots and lowered face  downward.:' till one's fnco reachos tho  1-iHHliiK level���������no easy task, by nny  ineiuui,  Tho loRond diilea from the time of  Qiieoii.Kllzulu.il,, when tho Lo/d of  IManicy very oh'ocllvoly nindo empty  promises of surrender and plausible  (XCIIHOS.  Examine The  Watch Value  Here Represented  ; at$9.25/  You should demand of tha  Watch you are to carry Good  Service and Gocd Appearance.   Here is a Watch that  will give you at the very least 100%  value in both.                    .    .    '  This is not a "fussy" watch, but it is the  high-grade, 17-jewelled EATON movement set  in a 16-size Dust-proof, Nickle Case���������a good,  ...sensiblej^atch__fp_L_any___man._ ; :   Here Are Our Reasons  For Saying it Is Exceptional Value at $9.25  In tho first piace it is dust-proof.   The caso has  solid back, scre-w front,   and   dust-proof   cap   fitted  tightly over the stem wind, so that dust cannot pos-  tibly penetrate i   Perfect workmanship ensures its accurate timo-  1-0.ping Qualities. Ic is adjusted to 5 different positions and to all ..Imospherlc conditions���������-neither heat  nor cold will affect it. Tin screw front is filled  with extra heavy crystal.  Thia Wacch carries a 2-years' Guarantee, aud w������  know you will find it an excellent companion.  4P38.   Price. $9.25  Havo you your copy of Eaton's Fall and Winter  Catalogue yet?    If you have cot received It, drop ue  rcard,.." .,."   '..'������������������."...:  ST.EATON C������u,  WINNIPEG CANADA  LIMITEO  i  :-t\  Mlnai'rt'i Liniment Cures Dlotemper  The Doctor Didn't Think 8o  A. Hmart youiiK doctor Hal fnolng hln  patltmt..  V������h, my friend, Im ������nld Kindly, you  nro ilulto well npsnln now, and need  n������*f como horo again.  Tho patlont, roeoverlnR from n bnd  HIiieiiH, wan relieved to hoar thin Thon  nls faco bocamo ovorcant again.  Hud nboiid dor bill, doodor, ho nald,  ���������nood It bo t/ill lio was a Oerinan���������  l ain't ro������, inooi.li money. Vlll you  iliiko dor bill ond In truilo?  Tlm ktnd-licarled doctor eyed hl������  pitlont'ii thabb/ clotlion.  ���������utii, |i.'iiiii|M i jiiiKiic, tin uum  :ij*i-f.r.;i1il\'      V.r   vhnt !:,< vour Irado'.'  T von d-ir lend.r off n Shormnn band,  docdor, nnld tho patient proudly. Wo  .vlll bbiy In ilu' front nf your houito  ovory ovo'iliiu for uini month.  That doctor In a regular human dy*  nnmo, - ���������������-.--..-,    ������������  Ven, whon I r-nmo In contact with  him, I rnyxolf wan lilnhly clianu'd.���������  LouNvlllo <'oiirl������i'Jouriint,     i   i  -itMu*f~'m*ejm!!M^^ I   j  IH*{\U{ TuTH (aft(*r 7.ftiim������ lot-  tor frtTni nljffttu voft)! i\nd what will  y.iii do with Hu, fi'rlp'-*.! Tcfmbno jour  .itii'HAy.. be h MtudluK homo?  Huntlfl Mo'iii*r���������Ko wondor ybu  ������������������HU, mlitii*! I Mippu .ii I'll Ju.t havo  to kooi, |! rltaliiftl up In tho back-  ya/d, or put tt i*t one of Mio plK-atlon;  but wnal ! tthjt'f U*A It oa goodawn  "-inly knnwi,  A highgradc chew for  those who want something better than usual.  "Empire" Navy Plug" is  an ^exceptionally choice  jhewing tobacco ��������� rich,  taVly aiiil la&ta_ii.  : .V'-V4������nVi*".. .*.'������*������ *V��������� ���������  You are sure to liko  "Empire Navy Plug".  i  'V;*'  ALL LIVE DEALERS HAVE IT-  ASIC YOURS.  . ,1*   ..   . tWt>   i^W-S,   C,W&miAiJrD,   i&Kffl&S  <m#i3^U.
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YiVEDNESDAX OCT     0   15)12
St -v.oc! -I. .nd JDistr',ct.
DiNirid of l: 0:1.0...
T\'.\E NO i'iCl*. i!i,*.t M.ry Thuliii of:
-I.uiu], 11. (.'. occupation rnnrried   \>.om'*.n
,-..-)iciul- lo apply for pen.ii*-*iinii to pm-
,Cii.'iie  tiu:  fullo-. 11114 di:.cri'jed binds:���
,C.'oninic!i'.-in<] ;i. a po.t plained  at   the
snu.h ��_m f-o!-v.-:r of T.  L.  No.  -.43.-.-S.
.iK'tici- in.Ui  So chain., thence-west 40
.. h .ins, ili'*_iv:i*   so'ith 50 c Irons more .or
:;c>5 to Miii��s line, tbei.ee ..Sonir the shc.ro
���!u._ 4-1 ch -.ins inure 'or  less  lo .pl^e**- of
ibeifitilling c jutainin,,*-   :���)" acres .moje or
l_cs��.   ������
GEORGE VEIJDI-ER
Agent fqr t.lary Thulin
)!_>{.:(-��� A-iiUS- 13th, �����9I2.
Sayward Land District.
Di^triq. of Comox.
TAKE NOTICE ihat Charles Thulin,
/_>( Lund, IJ.C.j occupation merchant, in-
���Jend^.io apply for   p..mission to ..pur-
,duse the ihe follo-ving .described land:���
,Coiii.hcik;i-^ .i,t a post ph��.nied.ln lirowriS;
IJ.'iy at the 110.tl_-e.--5t .corner of T. JL.
^ 5146,   thenqe   west $0   chains, thence
jt-.ort Ii 2 1 ch iin j.  Irenes' east  80 chains,'
,to the sh ire line, thsiicc south 20 chains
.more or less along shore line {.0 place of
j-.e^inningconuunin g ,160 acres more or
'less ,
.GEORGE VERD1.ER
0       Agent for Charles Thulin
jL):ite August 141b, 1912 ^	
SAYWARD LAND  DISTRICT
.District of .Sayward, Range ...
TAKJ3 NOTICE that I, Klinzeia
IJannap, by my agent. Or-orge Y.er
dier,,of Campbell River, V. JL. pecu
pition .married woman, intends to
apply for permission  to   purchase
tbe fol*owing described land*:���
Commencing at a post plnn*ed!
near the N.K. corner oi lot 351
'.hence south 10 chains <ter.)*lhence
oast 10 chains (te... more or le.ii to
iho point of comuioncemGiit .con
taining 20 acres.(iivonty) more 01
less. '���
KLINZEIA IIANNA ir
Name of Applicant
Date Muivh 20th, 1912.
Sayward j.-nnd District
District of Cost 1
Tnke notice that L.aM. McKen
ny. of Vancouver, 13. C occupation spinster, intends to npply for
peruiis-iun to, purehasi* tlio follow
iugde.ci'ibed if.nd'-':���
Coiiunciicing at a po^L .planted
one 111 ..lo east of .the south-west
corner of lot 550, 'hence wot 80
chains, thence south 40 'chain?,
tlience east 80 chnin-.,,.,ihence
north'40 chains to point of commencement, containing ,(.20 acres,
more or less. .
���Isabel MeKeiuiy.
Name of -.applicant in full���'
Robert* .Henry Chestnut, Agent
Date March. 12th, 1912.   '     ',
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Say-'.yd I,and jDisiiii-X    '
District of Como*..
TAKE NOTICE that George Verdi-
",cr, of Lund, B.G.,-occupation
-ir.ten*U to appiyfor  permission  to  pur-
,di.i*-*-_ the fo!l,.w!!)��>���  described   land?:���
;Cj!iiniencin.a at a   post  planted  at   tbe
.-south west corner*bl Lot 57,-bence north
-j-, chv-ins to.,the .ho.e'lipe, .thence follow
"ing the slwre _,iae (iroynd t\ie ppi��\t .tp tbe
.place ot 'beginning.
GEORGE VERUIER
 A.r*'"Oi_'!*'i-t-l*-
 _ ijjJiiuuilr
-Date August 14th, 1912
ijiiyward Land District.
Disirici of Comox.
-7A-KE NOTICE   tliat  Fred Timlin,
.-J I..i!kI, H.C, occ^p-itiop   mercham, m-
iead'to apply for   pt��_inissiop   to . pyr-
z_.ii tse  the following described  land:���
.'_).).n;i.enciiijj at a  post   planted at the
.,so.ih.e.t-v,.corner of Timber* Leafe  No.
3 io6'.|, theuce  west   8.)   chains,   thenre
so.utli Xo ciuins, tlience e.ist 80 chains to
the shore line,- ihence   following  shore
il.!)': north 80.ch.11ns,, fliore or less to the
,p!,icc of be-ji nam 14 containing   64. acres
more or less.
GEORGE VEkDIER "
Agent for Fred Timlin
-D'-tr* August J41I1, .1912
���'LIQUOR UCKI*?E  ACT.'"
(Section 48)
N OTIC. E���isTnti-eby given, that on the
--.it-iday ol i.i.'.ober   next,  application
'...ll Iv; iiiids 10 the  .Suiienntcndeiu   of
P.).'mail' I'.hce for'ths tr.m-.feql of the
>i!.*en.->c for ;!.c..al��  of  litjuor by ..rtuail
in ,11111,:,.: ii.e ^",*ini.-.s.Ij*) i.wn ts!   the
VViilo.vs Ilftf.l.siiua'e at Campbell River, l*..ui*-h i.ulum!.! i, from Ch trios Thu-
.bn and l*_:i.ersoii   'b*um,i-,i.*; [t<?   Charles
'liiulin, 01 c;,.ui|.bull River, Britu.li Col-
��� i.mbi.i.      *    *
Dated iiiii 141b day of Sept., 1912
THULIN & ..ANNAN
MtfiOcrr of I.icrnr.r-
CHARLES ll-UJUN
Applicuu for Transf'-'i '
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Saywa'T-i Land Di.tric.t ;
"   "     District of Comox.
TAKE notice thai Elin'yrie Han-
nan,    married     womnn     .Camp ,
beil   River,    B. C,     intends    ,to
apply for  permission   to  purchase
the   following  described, land :���
Commenciug at a *pbet plaiited at
tiTo .outheaBt corner   of   I^ot  No.
351,.thence .outh 15,eh:iins   to the;
north west corner of Lot 376, then :
ce eaat 20 chains to the show, line,,
thenre along the shore line   to   the
place of comrnencementi containing 160 acres more or lens.
vKWNYRIE H ANN AN
George Verdier, Agent,
aited July 22iuf 1912.
"   Ewe, two others 1st. 2nd .J.S. Shopland
"   Ram Lamb
'*   Ewe     "
''   Other pure sheep
"   One Ewe2shears"
Lusters Hampshires Ram 1st. "
"        ' "     ' ' Ewe "1st. 2nd.
"shearlinglst. 2nd"
Graded Shqep Ewe 2 shears lst. 2nd
"   shearling lst.
���"   Lamb lst. 2nd.
���"    Fat sheep lst. 2nd.'
"     Pen any breed lst.      '    "
2nd. Bridges Bros
Pig Berkshires Boar under lyr lst. 2nd Bridges
""    Sow     " ~""J,S. Shopland
.Sow under lyr* 1st. Bridges
Yorkshires Boar ly?. and up 1st Bridges Bros.
" 2nd. J.-S. Shopland
"       *..*���"   under 1st Bridges Bros 2nd.
.��   J.S. Shopland
��� '��� " *.'-' Sow- lyr. and up 1st. Vi. A. Urquhart
"        "under lyr. 1st. 2nd. Bridges Bros
" with Litter 1st. 2nd. '. "      " ,
Graded Pigs Sow lyi\ and up 1st. Halliday Bros
"   Pigs lyr 1st. Bridbes Bros
Bacon Hog 1st. 2nd Halliday Bros
Other breeds lst. Bridges Bros
Best Sow 1st. W.A. Urquhart
Poultry Turkeys 1st. R. J. Smith
���.".     Ducks  Pekin   lst.  T.  Menzies 2nd.
Bridges Bros
���" .   Ducks any kind 1st. Bridges Bros
-"   . Geese 1st. "'" ^ "   ,- "
"     Rocks 1st. F.Childs2nd. J.S. Shopland
" "    l��t. F. Ohilds 2nd. JS.< Wliopland
" "   Buff l-?t. l.i'i.lgos Bros ..
B. Loghoius " J. S, Shopliiiid
" . .'> 1st. aiid 2nd. J.S. Shopland ���    .
"        \��,   " jst. Bridges Bros     ''
"'���'������    Bouliry display Jst. Bridges Bros' -
Dairy Butter Creamery butter 1st. W.J. Carroll
" "     Dairy  buttey.  1st.   l\.J.   Smith   2nd.
Halliday Bros
"     Plate of .three  1 lbs."1st. R J; Smith
2nd. Mrs. 15.].?, UusseU
GARDEN VEGETABLES
-Bruss Is sprout 1st.//iillidav Bros
2-iti-d (Jabbages ���  J.P. Davis '"".'.'.:'....''
"Savory 1st.   S.J. Siuitli^nd. J.P. Davis
".Cabbages 1st. 11. .Smith* 2nd.'-D. Cartlicw
Six carrots l.t. tlio.s. Poares 2nd. J.S. Olitio
Parsnips 1st. D. Car ths w 2nd. E.J. Gulnari
���Beets 1st. 7/alliday Bros. 2nd. M.B.Ball   .
rtix ears table corn 1st. J.S. Shopland 2rid..Calnar;
nVo-C(->-ni--"--1 "t��� I-J -J 11 iri ,.-r-_lr--iiu__>.ul__T_l-__.T-qv;-J
Rtrawherrit'S .lst\V A1 llobb \
Manufactures --���Harness l*?t W Willard
Coll of Pickles lst Mrs .C Jl Adey ;
"   Wines    "    "   John Knight |
Bottle of Vinegar lst T Menzies
Honey in Cunib       " ���''
Pies  lst Hilda Bridg��s
Display of Honey 1st Diploma Y Menzies
1 Uoz Eggs l.tjS Shopland 2nd Mrs 11 Williamson
Pair drefS'.-d fowls lst //ilda Bridges
Six boiled .potatoes 1st Miss Halliday 2nd Mrs EH
Davis ���
Special Prizes Highest score in Ladies Work
(K L M N) 1st Hilda Bridges 2nd Mrs T 11 Scott
Mrs GH Adey.   Tie
LADIES WQ11K
Lace crochet lst Mrs Brydfii 2nd C H Adey
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"*; Tabjo stpiash 1st. J.S. Cliffe 2nd. W.J. Miller
"      "pumpkins 1st.        ",''.^   " -; ���'Ilall.idity B?*os
Six tomatoes 1st.Tlalliday Bros 2nd.Mrs J. Knight
''"" ���cueunibers 1st, It J. Siniih'.2rid, M,B. Ball
'.' ciiuli'llowers Ist. Halliday Bros
" koiil Kabi 1st. J.P. Davi. 2nd. M.B. Ball
Six .red on'.pns 1st. It,J,  Sniitlv 2nd. //alliday Bros.
,: yellow '���    l.st.*2nd. Halliday Bros. " *
"'.leeks 1st. J.P. Davis
1 (jt, top onions 1st. W.S. McPhee 2nd. Hall;day Bros
1 ,qt. shall,Q*s 1st. T.D.Siuith 2nd E.J. Cahiiiu
2 (jts, garden peas, 1st. T.I) Smith
1 c|t. striiiy beans 1st, Mrs, J. Knight 2nd. J.S. ClilK*
2 citrons melons 1st J.N, Piurcy .nd. K.J". Smitli
2 plants scotcli kale 1st J. Kniglit 2nd, It. ������Huifnrd
Bunt'liIUiiibarli 1st. Mrs. iSlcNitiigliton 2nd. MB li.-i.ll
Best* display of vegetables l.-sb.   J.P. Uavis 2nd. K.J.
Smith    ���*..*���
Lettuce 1st. J,P, Davis
Vegetables,���Ronnie., seed" 1st-. Halliday Bros.
FRUITS
1-2 crab apple, lst. H.J I Beadncll 2nd. W.R, Rnbi
,0 ,r,ed luelcghtiiines 1st. Wm, Dark.'i*
i'i Sp'itzenborg 1st, Win, JJ.irkur* 2nd H.J.L. Buadnoll
5 Suloiyo 1st. E.I.L Davis
5 (Jniyciistciiis'lsi. E.H. Davis Snd C.J.'Warr
5 Dutches*, of Uluonlwry 1st", V/.R, Uobb  2nd. Th'oi.
UOIiDEM    AT   CUMBERLAND. 01Snow R Wm. Barker y
C (Golden RusHettH l_t. Wm. Barlter tint. J, Piorey
r> V/oxbui;* Russfttts 1st. ,��, JPirrcy 2nd. Win. Barker
5 Baldwins 1st. M.B. Bull and, J.N. Piercy
ii Noriliei'ii Spy 1st, 11 J.L. Bniidnull 2nd. W. Barkei
;. King oi' 'romjikiiis Co, lat, T, Pearson 2nd.       "
5 burning lst. J N. Piercy 2nd. H,J L, Beadnoll
T) Aloxiiiiil.'r lst. T. Peai'si- 2nd. 11.   Boiidnell
Yellow Ling Ist 11. Bend nol I
Vuiidtliy Ul, \V,A, Ci-i|iiliiift���2nd/L". Peui-sou
��!OIJNT*Y COURT OF NANAIMO
HOL-DENAT CUMBERLAND.
In the gooda of James   Mu.rpliy,
deceased inle^tate.
TAKE NOTICE that by order of -1
His Honor Judge Barker mado in
the above court on tho 4th day cf
���September 3^12. tho undersigned
was ,1 pointed administrator of {he
eat**' .pf Jamea Murphy, ck.-
cei .1, who died at Rock Bay on
.M.-/ 7ih 1912, intestato
)1 accounts agitinst the   (sta'e
and all a.ccountt.   duo   the  c<late
must be presented  nnd   pni.-l,   ro
KpecUvely on or   beforo   the   15tb
d;:y of October 1012
WW. Willard,
Ofricit.1 Adminirttntlor.
Ciiuiberland, B. C.
Say ward Laud   District
District of Saywurd
TAKI'  notice    that Wiilhui
} viji ���. ,.;/ibi.l)ii, of Vancouver, o��-
'c-ip^.'o.i, i,.itiu..i', ititonds to n]>-
ply i'ov ' Tuiis,.ion to jmi'chase
tlio : ilkr-iu^ df;;cribo'l h-iile: ���
C'Miun'iif'iiiK nt if po.'ii |ihfi^lpcj do
r.-bai'i,**, 1 ,,si o(' the north oast eoi ���
1 i'i ofT-'mb'-r Ucciis" 3234, then-
a: i..!*;. io u-ii'iu', theme south
20 f-lictiiu:. ihence wuh 20 clirtinr.;,
lhcuce lionh 20 chains to jioim
nf oc.'nni.nectncut, ��;()iitiiiiiiiiy
jo mh n.Qt'0 vr h-:w, ��'|d iy be-
tw.- . 'x'M'in. nnd SaliiW!.' v-vsr.-.
William Jam".s (imsoN
, , .       , r,      . 1.
,*j,  .wan 1 ivu^v-.u w..,, _��.y>*��.  ���
Pyty Atigwsf '4ist,, 1912.
hi the floods cf Alhins   Jaaznp
��vi'(jh do;v.!.-if-.ed intesttife.
TAKK XOT1CE thnt by order
of IT if It.mor Judgo Baric or mule
in UhuiIiovo eiiiii't'Oi. llio -Jib chiy
of .jriptf-mhei* HU2, ilie midoreign
��'f.f t'l ii'>i!'.('*'i rif?r,-_iuip.i.rai<��r of the
estate < f A!Iiiii1. .Iims ipoviuib, do*
rca-5t'(l,vvlio v.'ps Ui I lad a< fif.o.7 mine
oi�� May lit!., 1012, into.,tnto.
All lu'coiiuta agaiiiHt tho ontiilo
aiid i.li iiiicijiiiit. duo tho eslub'
triti.'i, I),! tirchoTited and paid respectively on or before iho IClli day of
��� Juiolf.M* JIM i,
W. W. WiM.Aim,
(Jflioi'il Adminiiitniior
Cuinboriand, Ii. (J.
Snywnrd Lund Diatriot.
Hit-trio! of Sayward.
TAKI*. iMit.i.'1-ilvit Niuli'iIiiH Ki��h-
c), of \"ii)i!i��iivor, B. (.., ofouimthiti
(Jloiiii dr i'duiidc Uib. J. J'onl I'nd/'W.A. Uriuihart
Bun Davi, 1,-1, W  Darker 2nd. ,i,K, Piercy
Hell I'low-'i' Lst. .I.N. I'ii'i'i'y Und. W. lin.Unr
-st Jiilni Knight, 2nd, W. Barkor
t*t. W, Hnrlmr
lilei)heim (h'.itige
Ripsnii l.'ippiiis
CiiiiiKlini lieiu 1st. W. lliirlii'i- :!n'(l, T, Peoition
���I Large,! Apples I si. J/,\h.nhm.\ 2ml, T. B.iaiwjn
Oilier Vaiiiks Jifc, J. Cnrlhi'w 'Jin), T. Punrsoii
" "       Lit, MM. Ball  2nd, J.N. Pi.tr.jy
Blink-licna-H ht, W.ll. llobb  2nd, JJrii.lf.ei. Bm*i
Nuts Int. T.h, Kniitli 2nd Ain. U.l'. Russell
I'lH-ki-d fruit, 2nd, T, I'l'iirson
Bai'i-lijit. Bntr-s Is'. W,-15iii'lou* 2nd, T. Ptiiirijon
iii'iuni D'Aiuion iind. \V. Biirkoi
Lonvitiir di t.oiigii'.s;i 2ud.\V',  Barker
ClnllH       '..ml. W, J'_ui*|(im>
Ollii'i* Pom*.. 1st. Bring,... liriis, 2ml //, Jlcmlnell
Viuur Waterfleld 1st, li.M, iJavi.
Fleiiii'Ji |lcaiiitv ltd. W. Barker
I/.Miii*. lion DuiJi'i'uev li;t, //. Ilimtioll 2nd.
JPiercv
���Ir.lk, ii, ..ml* to ...M,.y fur   p.ririM   I Ji,'""�� ��!"!��������" -*** W-lt. |tOt.l��
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etetaaam ��m*iT t'nWir'   Jt,B
100k nil yoiiii
p-Ti.1 Hhould road.     |uico  ifl.BO
:lU'l.
u.-awt
it,
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���-.ion to punhftfio tlie following do-
ui-*n!ii-'d Init.l��: 0'��ii.*Her.cii!g at 11
post pLin'w! nl ihe  north i.MHi ctni-
1-1"    111' T.   1,. i'.-?.'.f->..    b.-illir    t nt     ".'''.''
thon Ci' ount 2!) ohaiii.**, theueo f.otith
���") cbiiiriH, Ihoueo wor.t to point of
intersoetioii with While Rivor, then
a* alonf the rjoiin.it of Hitid rivor lo
poini. of rioiiirni'iic.'rnent,  nnd con
(.'iui'i^itan inl, ](,  iVi'iniliiii
l.udi.ys 11'Aim 2nd.  W.JL Itobl.
Diiliimiti Pint... It. M.B. Ball 2nd. Biid,,*,:   liriw
Pondii {:i.ii.-.lliiiK Nl., ,'ll,B. Ilidl 2nd, Ih-id^.v. Ili'tis
!b'iiiif;."^.i 1st. It. IJuudiii'll 2nd, W.   |!iir|...
4l.l1      I'illllll  Jul,
;ini t;. Won!
Piv-ervii.i; "   2nd. V, IL Duvli
Yellow V."!* in. II. Hcidiidl 2nd. T. IMwAxni
.oinimt'i
IradhliHiv
1 2ii-l, T, ,M
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i.
ftitlian Prinu'H 1st. IJ, Beadiicll 2nd, W, Barlccr
I.i, If. I
<i:,ii|iii,l
tui'iinyUO noi'tiu moro or loan,   iim'!  Be..t Col, Plums 1st, Mil. Uavi
i .'i.'.l, Mi,*-��� .1, Knight
Bal ys   B mnet   1st  Mrs   C // Axfay 2nd Winiford
ilnderson
Tie lst //ilda Bridges
/.adys Shawl lst Mrs T H Scott
Table mat .1st 2nd Mrs Bryden
Set of Doylies 1st Miss Brown 2nd Miss Ward
Centre Piece 1st Mi*-s   Halliday 2nd Mrs j MePheo
Shirt Waist lst Mis W J Mille.r
Table Cover lst Mrs 0 11 Adey
Sideboard Scarf Ut Miss Halliday-2nd   Mrs Brain
Centre Piece Miss Brown   2nd B McPhee
Cushion lst    ' l:'"     " ���� Mrs T ll .Scott      ..
Photo Frame lst Mrs T II Scott 2nd Miss B McPhee
Pillow Shams 1st Mrs G P lliis.<ol 2nd Mrs A Chiddick
Handkc-cliit-l "   "   A Chiddick 2nd C H Adey
Cu.lron 1st Wi-8 J McPhee 2nd Mrs Dillman
Other Etnbroidored 1st Mi*-.s B McPhee 2nd Mrs R
;���'_ -.-'        J .Smith
Knitted under vest ��� 1 st Mrs,C H Adey
Knitted Shawl 1st Airs Cfl Adey
Knitted Stockings lst Mrs G Russell 2nd W Anderson
>S'et of Underclothing 1st Mrs Bridges
Pillow Slips 1st ,��jrs 0 H Adey
6, Button holes 1st Mrs G F Russell 2nd   J/rs Brain
tiem stiched Hdkf 1st "        2nd. J/iss Halliday
Lady's Night Gown lst
Child's winter dress lst Mrs W J Miller 2nd Mrs Praid
"     summer    '��   lst C H Adey    ,
Pillow slip-lst ��
Bed Quilt 1st Mrs Biyden 2nd Mrs C U Adey
Comforter ist 1. J iss McPhee
ii^ome made Coverlet l>t W _4ndorson
Stockings darned lst Mrs G F Russell
Nottiiig "    ..,!'.. Mrs Brydcn
Netting phun 1st W Anderson 2nd Mrs 0 H. Adey
'Pi'ce of Batti'iiberg lst Miss Cates 2"d Mrs Dillman
Hai-dangei Em 1st "        "        "      " T H Scott
Tr.iy Cloth 1st Mrs T;^ Scotk 2nd Mrs   F   Hdwood
Te,*, Cosy      "    '*  ��� ��� '     "        'I     "   Johnston
Pin Cushion 1st Mr.'Johnston 2nd Hilda Bridges
Drawn work 1st Mrs F isor.vood 2nd Mrs A Chiddick
Lady's Fancy Ba,'. l��t M rs T li Sec. 12nd Mrs Bryilou
���I'ive.'y.cloek Tea Cloth lst Mrs T li Scott
i)re.-8e'd Doll 1st  Hilda Bridges
Kitchen Apron 1st Mrs T li A'cott 2nd Hilda Bridg.s
Fancy Apron 1st AV-'Anderson 2nd Mr-s T H Scott
General Drawing 1st J Carthew 2nd E E Wilson
Crayon      *.,"'���:       " Mrs G F Russell
Watiu*'"Color 1st Mrs G F Russell   2nd Mrs pillmnn
Oil Painting 1st Maiy Sutton .2nd  Mrs All_;n
Dra'wing by'-"children, under 12yrs lst C E Ward 2nd
Miss Menzies
Penmanship under 151st Miss allien 2nd C E Ward
Tl a_Td"PSiTiTal^CutiTion~rst~M f ~T 'ii"Beott~- 2 nd"
��� ���".,... !,  W. Anderson
"    ""_,;".--���-""Photo Farm lst W Anderson
Collecction (if Gnisses lst Hilda Bridges
Map by .Child .under IO" 1st M Allen 2nd M Dillman
Best Burnt Work 1st W* Anderson 2nd Mrs Dillman
Air Cnstle *L.t Mrs A Chiddick
PHOTOGRAPHY
Best 12 piio'o 1st E ' enden 2nd J/iss Carter
SPECIALS
Best Mare in*foal J   S Shopland ���
Greate.t number prizes livo stock-J   S Shopland
Best candy Miss ... -alliday
Siik Work Mi.- s Brown
Bread fn in .Jllison's    Flour    1st Mrs Bryden 2nd
J/r.'lfl H D.iv.s Brd Mrs Crawford
Best Cream  1st * Hidhdnys Bros 2nd E H Davis Brd
Bi'idg.'s" llros
0 FLORAL
Carnation. 1st Mrs R McQml...n 2nd R Ferris
.'smsies l't Mrs J Knight 2nd Mrs'.Dubinin,
.Viimoh     "     "    Halliday 2nd M-i'S R MeQuilliin
��� d.-ulioln. 1st Mrs  Dillnuiii,
Stocks Ur, 0 Ward
Asters 1st,      "     2nd Jijra liidliday
Ziiiniat- 2nd Mi's DiUni.'i,a
Putitiiiai. 1st Mr MePheo
Sivo t Pear 1st i\U's".i J/cPheo: 2nd M B Ball
F.rns lub y/dda"   Bridgo,.
Collection ef Plants 1st, it Forrin
FuehinH 1st ,i-jf ikln Bridges
Ocraiiiumu 1st "       '
"      Bjpooiiuont Hilda Bridgos 2nd Mrs Halliday
Kuuliiii "   lst "        '"
llmipiofc table lst Mrs it MeQuillian
Hanging Bucket lst;   Hilda Bridges
Coll of Begonia " Mrs J MePhou .nd C Ward
Cut Flowers Ut .l/i's J  J/cl.'hce 2nd Mrs J Kijight
iSpeeiinoii Betfoiiia   lab  M s   alliday 2nd   "
Oiln-r Flowers 1st. Ddlinan
MlSCELLANMOUd     '
Finest Baby lst Mrs J Oshui 11 2nd Mrs lloiwoo I
()gilvh.H Bread   Mrs Bni'kei' 2nilAV J Miller
Loaf Rolnn No"d Ii.t jV.r.*. .1 Knigbt'Oiid E H Davi
"    Calgary Lit 2nd FChihl'i
"   Brown lst Miss Halliday 2nd Mrs Bryden
������    li Standard 1st J/rs T H Scott 2nd F Childs*
Cull of Oaki-H 1st Mm Fl!u*.si.ll 2nd Hilda    Bridge
"   " Uiiiiiiiil Fruits 1st Mrs llnllidity
elliun 1st Mn C II Adny
Coll of   an 1st U It Adey 2nd   Miss Hiss Halli jay
'"   "   Cnmicd Fruitn and Janw Ist Mrs V 11 Adey
riKI.L.    PitOUUCli 6'hoi.f ui
ll'lieiitltii, Al li Ball 2nd I bid. *e.s Bros
Burley 1st,/,S'SliOphiiid 2nd  Bridges Bins
Oat Ut //alliday 2nd ./,S'/.hoplaud
//alt' bu spring wheat bit ���/ P Aivls 2ml Bridges Bros
"    "     ���'   B.U'hy " "       "   -/.V^iu.iland
"   "     ������ *-OalM Black 1st j A'^liopluiid
"   ��'     ������    ll'lutoniill OotK Ut.     *���   2nd J.ridiji'H
"    " i.'eiw le.fim' i'  IwinZnxi     oinitii
"   " Early liosv bit M B Hall  2nd JhidgoH   Bros
Bui bank Pol i!<>e.'i1'-t M B Mull
Beauty Jforhm Ut J Ford
Mlepliiint, bit I .V CI ilio 2nd  Halliday Bio-i
L-.tit /t'n.-O Ist I'Colin ;,
New variety l��t '//idHdny Bros 2nd ./ 8 (_lil!��i
1 .Vweilii Turnips 1st ll //usfonl 2nd 15//I��avig
:Say.ward :Lai-.d District.
Di?tiiot ot Sayward-
TAKE   -NOTICE" that 'Murray '
Gorlay, of   y;ict0Jiaj   occupation,
biok-er, inlands to apply for permission to purchase  tbe Jpliowing
escribed lands:-^
Commencing at a post planted
at.,the N. E. corner of Lot 376,
thence \v,c=t 20 ch;iin*J, '.thence
north 20 chains to fhore" Hi.e,
Ihence following shore bne easterly and southerly to point of com-
metwervent, containing ,60 acres
more or lees.'
MURRAY G.ORLAY-
Nurnc of apjdicant in full,
Date Match 27th, 1912.
Sayward Land District
District of Sayward
T.AKE NOTICE that Percy A.I5.
Wood, of Victoria, occupation broker, intends to ap( ly for permission
to purchase the following described  ���
lands:���
Oo._nmencir.g at a post pian'.ei
at the S. W. -Corner of Lot 165,
thence norlh HO cbains, tlience west
20 chains to shore, ihence sotitberr
ly following shore lino to a point
making 80 ^chai.i-js southerly, thenee
easterly following shore line to
point of commencement, containing 160 acres, more or less. ';
PERCY A.E.WOOD
"Kai.-ve of Applicant ir,) full
Date March 23rd, 1912.
���"������"  ' ��� ��� ���    '   '��� ��� a
NOTICE ia hi-r^by given thato:i ihefi��st
d.vy of U-joomb.r next application will be
���iiade to the Superiutciidei.t of rrovii.ci^l
Polite,.Victoria, fertile rcno.val of tho hc-
'-tl lic.-n.3e io sell liqaora by rutail ij tno
hotel known 113 the L .rue hotci, mtuatc-d at
Conicx, B.C. Gkokgi: M. Baki.ow
Dalw. October 2, 1912.   '
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NOTICE is hereby given that on lhe
iirst day of'November 1912,: application
will be made to the Superintendent- of
Provincial Police, for a renewal of the
wh-i.e.ale liquor license up in the premises known as Lot 24, Subsection i, Nelson District.
-.    PlLSKNEU IJREWINC COMfAtfY.
Pated October 2nd, 1912   -
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���-J^_Q_riOE__ja.__hi_tcby,_gi_Yeu,!.liat__on,tho___.
flr.-t diy of Dccon.her nexiapplkatio ijv ill
be mndo to tin. Suvo-intewluut of Pi-o-.iu-
ciul Police, Vict*->.ii. for a r m.w��l of tbo
h tei 1.;eiii.0 to si ^ Jiqu r. by i-utitil in
llio hotel known ai the Union hoU-1. si,-
unto at U.im. B.C. John N. McLkoj).
Datid lhe ?u*t (iuy uf Octob r, 1912
���������iii_-ii-_____-fcjiiaw_Mt3_ca��H____WB-_*BJW__iii  iiniiiwi i�� niiwriiam^iiai
NU'LlOKis hvifcby Kivau tint on tha
lirat day 11D. cnnber next api lic��tinu v ill
be naule to to the Supcriutoiulftnt of Pr -,
viuoial Polico, Victo:ia, for �� leuew-.l of
tho hotel liconao to ''etl liijuma by retail
tho hotel kuowu as the Outirt'Uiiy llolite,.
:.-it'Uilod at Ooiirlei.iiy, 1..C
. JullN lv.  JoilXlJ'i'OX .
Dated Oct* ber 2, ID 12.
N,>TiC'l. islioro'-y Kt7oit th t oa t!io
tlrst dny til J)'iiO!ub_r hux'_,h|>(jIu! .tlfti) \y
ho iiiiulo to thu Siiiieriii.undent of Pi'.ivinoi'il
Police, Victorw, for tlio roiuivval of tho lip ,
tnl liconeo to 1.0It liquor-i by lO'ail in tho
h.>^ol kuwwn as the.Kiye'r .iiK>phnitfi1, sitimto ���
iU Oi'iirtii'miy, B,0. ,, O. 11, Fkohsujb,
I.) .ted Ujtobor 2, 11)12... .   ::
N0T1CU ' ia hiiiOt'.y qiveii tli*.t on,tlio
tli'iit (Viy of Doeomber nuxt applioatiim will
bu iiiuilo to tlii. Siiperi-.loudout of Pro-
vinoial Polloa, Viu orin,"for u roiiuwul of
Uiu hi.tel j.*wj;,s.a towejll liq'Aorti by retail
in tlie hotel known 11s iho Kill hotel, .Hunted at Comx, ]).(..     John MAims..
i)..lcdOetobcr2, 1W2.
ma-aiamim aaw**awm��'*-*mi**t*m.-i***-m-*w
NOnO'l. 1.*, h.jivly given (-nt on tho
flrnt dny if Doeeuibor next Bj��|��lioutiou will
bu nii:(l-i to tlio Hjporii tor.do'it uf Provh-
oiiil I'olioD, Vio'oriii, for tlie roiiownlof tho
liotil ho 11 0 to ho!1 li.pioi(j tiy ntul m tlio
hoU.'l liuovfit nn Mm IJo.'u.i. l|<'t��l( bitiimod
nt .Union Hi.y, I'l.C, JojiN Fjiahkh.
Diitful O,toi'0i"2u(l, Ull2.
NOTICK i�� lumiby (fivuti lh t on tlio
flrrtl dny of DcopiiiI. rmxt npiili.iilioa will
bo luiulo to Iho Uii|ioriiili*ndoiilof Pinvin-
clnt Polico Vie-J.eiifi, frx ti roncwul of tli
hotel lK'oii.*o to tiell liipn-i'. by rolull in
the hotel l.inm'ii uh tho Willow* llotol oh-
iiuted ntC-iiijibull ll\ni; B. C.
THUUNAUANNKN.
I)ntcdt)cti)l'fir!.llt,l2.
nt** niv -mwit .mi ������"Win wm in* *um*mme*v*irv*��^m*i*emMmmWM*m
NOTIOK in hn-e'y given flint on tlm
inM iuy oi i.i.c iiii.ir 1 txt iijijiliu.iimu wilt
iio ll'liiU- Lnili: ,'.U]Hili<ltUi'UeuC t/ 1'l't.viu'
cial Piiiiu- for thp renown) of tho l*o..l Jj��
undue t. ��. II lifiiinTK by rot*il in tlm Iriic-l
Iuiowii mi iin* VV'uiidliun .Sioppinjf Plueo,
.itoiitnut Oy.tor llivur, in thfl iniVinc. of
WoilDIIUH.
|J��.od Oj:��|*j_: 2, 1J.I2.
Mil I ll
S, Mnitrico Curter, ^fijnt '(iii,.,- 1
li;;hi- J ii, |tri(l;.(.n Din*,
U'.t.ll.)    P.'-M'!
T-
wo JieavjiMt
.Viplllsll  /Mt
b t A'S.niih I.'nd .1 Port I
NOTIOK i;. hereby fihni  Ihat on   tho
llrst duy of lkeeiiibi'i* n.Jfl upplluatioti will
lo li'.ide to tlio KtniorlMteiident �����>( I'r->\l,;-
t-lnl Polico, Vl.-tnilf, for tho ronowulof t|j��
i,��
r. II U'Jili 1    by Ui'
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*:,^ I  LAN.D   ACT  Sayward Land District.  District of Coast.  TAKK NOTICE thai William Harry  iD.irley of Vancouver, B. C, occupation  .Broker,,intends  to apply for permission  ���������to lease ihe following described landsi-r-  -Commencing at a poet pUnied at  high  .water mark about 40 chains east of May-  ther Point, Read Island, ihence east 20  .ohans^theuce south 46   chains,   thence  weat 311 ch.iins, thence north' 40   chains  ilo point of commencement containing 8o_  .acres mote or lent.  William Harry I.urlky,  Name of Applicant  Jeny Genazzie, Agent.  ���������Date May 28ill, 1913.  NOTICK  -.Cumberland   &   Union   Water  works Co;, Ltd.  Sprinkling;  will   be    allowed  .only two nights   a   week,   viz.,  TUESDAY and FRIDAY, from  7 to 9 o'clock in the evening.  Leaky taps must be  attended  :to at once.  Auy changes .or additions _.to  ���������existing piping must be sanction  ,ed by the company.  .By Order,  L. -W. Nu'nns, Secretary,  ���������Cumberland, B. C, June 29th,  ���������X0I2.      "  Timxftorzi wwmn. i_j,_���������������_.____m.1  IM  tfffiWS,  tStJl^BKyLAtOJ,   MMTSSfii ^fL^^MA  l^^^T������T?������rT3������,TJ_ww������^������?WT,^l^?������nr<������,*i  ***mt_mm ITMI ������.**aml  THVRfiRt)  in the HEWS  FOR SALE���������Au "Empire"  Type writer. In excellent con-  dition. Will sell cheap, as owner is leaving the city. Apply  this -offitjej.   " "    ���������  ���������N-OTICE is hereby given ihat 30 days  after date application will be made to  th,e Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, li. L\, for a renewal of the hotel license to sell liquor* by .retail in the  hotel known as the Port Aujjusta Hotel,  situated at Comox, H, C.  Amos Cottinuton,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912  The Courtenay Hotel  ;K.very convenionre for guests.  OJhe C.ntial Hotel for Sportsmen  Nooe but.iho Uest of Wipes and Liquors  at lhe  Uar.  flATES  REASONABLE  John Jc  i"4"i"*HH  >hnston,   Prop  iw-frn  -���������j--*j^H*'-i'*i*'*t^Hr*^-*iMi^  "1  c  73  _  ���������  0.  " O  M  *  O  ���������*  J,  I!)  .G  &  rrt  ������  Um  "IlT  ���������<b)~  _c   <  5>"  CO  ���������XTj  CO  B   ������  B   *  r )   or>  Si  1  &  o3  u    be  -*-1            Jim]  w -{j-  -3  &  a  hJL_4  ���������2 w  r  r.  rt       U.  <v . 0  A)  ft  ���������d  CD  ���������mmm-i  0  ft  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  PUBLIC NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that  all property owners, are requested , to connect their premises  with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, on or before  tlie 15th day of March, 1912,  and .1" said connections are, not,  made by the above date, the City  Council wiU proceed to complete  same at the expense of the prop*  er>y owners.  By order of  The.City Council  A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  liOOMS for rent at Maritielli's  Rooming Uou������>, Derwont Avo-  FOR SALE-Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in calf, graded stock;  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  and lour years. Apply to D.  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.  .   THE S. S. COWIG1IAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route-  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Comox Friday 6 a. m.  . Depart 7 a. m.  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a in. (For. Campbell River,'wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO-DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, .Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice. _  li  The purest and best BEER, and  ���������'   made in Cumberland.  COPVRICH.-,  AR������.C9  $lllll!l(!IIHOMIi!Ullini!l!W  ,/  SajHurd Laud I.'i tiict,  Di.tn'ct of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE thafrC-_a__i._ii8-8.uar  Dunbar,   of   New   York,     Now    York  occupation clork, intend to apply for por-  niusion   to-purchaao   the   follow log aia-  cribedlawd.-. Cotninaueing At a po-1 j kilted lit lmrth'cast eorner of lot 590,   theueo  north-80 oluita, tbauce  trest 80  obair.B,  thence south 80  chqins, *tli������uoo  ������������st   80  chains-to point of-c nimuuin-inent coutsii*-  ing 610 acres more orles$.  CHAINING STUART .DUXBAfc  Fisher M.Ga.kii.-, .Agent.  Onto Juno 23rd, 10!*2  Sayward La*.*d *_j_������tt-let.  District of Sty w-nrd.  TAKE NOTICE that John Ar hu: DnK.  of New Vork, New York, 1 ccupi.ti _��������� ij.rlr  intends to  apply  for pemti-.i-.n to   t,ur  oliaso tho   foil iwing  described  Iandn.*���������  Coinmouciug at   a   po.t plnut.d  ������t tba  Bouth-eaat   corner of Leaue 46,   tbence  south 80 oliaiua,   thonco  west SO chait.s,  j thence 1:01th   80 claims,   thi*nco   <nut  8C  chiiins-io poiut nf-ooinmcaoumnt coutuin  ing C10 acres more or lees.  ���������JOHN AU'XUUIt DALI  Fishor JI. U-tskiup, Apeufc.  Date June 24th, 1312.  ^^j,kj^^^*-j*tji*^'>|'������j^^������jj������j'i-|'4^^,?HHH  NOTICE. I  To whom it may concern:���������  - This is to -notify the public  thatall freight charges on bonded goods cleared at Uuion Bay  for the Cotiiox Valley/ must be  paid before-goods-cnn* be "forward,  cd. By order  Canadian Collieries Duusuiuir] -  Q6,\  1 *'   '    'at* ���������    " "   "  NOTICE.  TKNDKUS for tlio routing of  IlamiBton Farm, Sandwick, will  liy received tip to August UUt.  31)12. All particulurn to bo lin<;  from I. R, 01 llfo, Siuidiek, B.C.  Tho liiglietit'or any tender not  lKceauarily nt'copteil.  Lucius R. CIHTo,  acci  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  dent?  moving ?  Pianos and  FurnITURK  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  ��������� ���������. - INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER ;  RICH A ltlJSON & 11A Y WOOD  PHONE 57  Windermere Ave.  Liabiliiy, Burglaiy and Automobile Insurance.  for information write the '  Vancouver Island  insurance go.,  820 Fort Street       -      - " -      -      VIQ0RIA, B.C,  imiimmu  FOR SAU5���������Kdisou 'Home'  Phonograph and 4 dozen '1  juiuute records; will sell cheap.  Apply Cumberland New������ Ofllce,  km *mamim������m-ama-a mi-mm*mam-m m* maiatamam**  Change of advciti'.'eii'.fntr. vAW  not be received nt thia oilice later  tlian is. o'clock noon   on   Tues  days.  miiiHirtMniiir --ir "��������� ���������1-���������" " mt*ati*at*awmi������wtKi m*m��������� ���������mn*  TEAOUKllWANTKD for Min  to public Hchool.   Salary   87D.00  - uontii.^ Apply toAlexSom  ry, Mi  ������  ... a  ag<*j     ^  u> ���������*.' 'd  T|   W   'A  u ps a  d'r 3  ������3 W **  I"  __    10  in  1  1  1  1  %  f>  --������   $  1101' I  ervillo, Seerntary  into. II. C.  KOR _SAhH���������Marinelli'rt room  in^ h<ut.se on Dri-iumi Avvnuo,  Good paying busings;*, nml exe������d*������  lui'.f. ioculiiMt. Vt>r jiartiouliiiu  Apply 'o V\ MariiH'lli, Durwont  /fcv?>j>iie; City.  ���������mm  assA  m  id  ���������a  ll tt  '���������?'?> % ���������  rt w ���������**   -_ "  0   n <D    g  " 1  m      * S  *3 * O. ���������  I.*    .    ���������* :  6   _- \ri      Ul  H   S Hi     .���������  Ms f  yi -r\m-    n_  nil  Vl  NOTICE  Any'person or poi'soiifli euttlng,  I'lMiuiving or tulciijg any bloclcn,  tiinlxii' or wood, of any doMsriptiodn  Jolonglng to'tlin Wellington CoU  dery Co'y., or from or off tlie land  of tbo auid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any description  anywhere upon tfic company'!*  land will be prosecuted to the full  e_:U*r;t cf tbe !nv.\  W, J, COULSON,  General Manngor,  Wellington ColHury Oo,y.  ORW.RS TAKliN  FOR  NUT . COft  mwami&awmmatwmmmm-axmrm-\\ mm w m ���������* r" i. ,ti-**r  Snywnrd LuidDistxiot.  DiHtiKitofSttyvmrd.  TAKK NOTICK tint Oiprl" IIoKry  lion'-, cf Now Yoru, N. Y��������� t-ooupaliou  tfftk'i_m<m, I'llmd* to-iippty' for porpiisbion  to j������ iroli-wio tliti follow.iir disofibed lamias  Ooi-iiinoiiulnff 11. a p mt i-lutitud nt tlio  liorlhmaib ooruor nl lot 552, thonco nortli  20 lmiuH, tboDi.u! wmt 20 clmiiiH, thoaco  Houth 2f) ohn._i-������, tlionoa flOHt '20 cliuiiw to  lioiub of oommouooindut ooutojuing 40  txovi* moro or Iohh.  CHMIUW HBNUY l.������ST  FUhor M. Gitkius, Agent.  D.tuJunoSJOih, HI12.  Say wind Land lli.trio.  bistriet <if Sayward  TAKE NOTIOK thut Willi'im John  Whiting of No* York, N. Y., occupation  Enc;ltii!or, inteuda lo apply for permission  to puroha:0 tho following described landfi:  ��������� Ooinineroing nt a poat plnhted 00 oliuir..  nouth and 30 oliiiu. ta.t tion tbo north  eaet coruor of lot 579 (on poat Or.) tlionuo  north 20 oH'd.18,* tlnumo v.eat U0 cliaius,  thonco south 20 "cliaiu., thonoo oust IK)  oliaiua lo point of omuiuoh. omont oon-  taining 60 noto. moro or iQWf  Wii.uam John AVhitino  Flatter' M,.Goakin*i, Agmt,  Datcdjuno 23rd, 1012.  Snywnrd Land Difltriot.  Dlutiict of Buywnn..,  TAKE NOTICH Ihat 'llmry Alfred  Mo fi, ot Now York, Now York, ocoupnti-  ou olootrloiun, itiloudn to apply for p&rmiu'  aion lo purmiadon lo purolin:<. tho following doHorlhod landu���������Commpnoiai; at a  post planted ai tho eouth oiwt corner nt  tho north won. quarter of lot fiS3, tlunco  40 oluiiiiBorwt, thenco 40 oIiiihih iluith,  thonoo 40 oliuinB-.vent, tliono; *I0 olminn  ���������outh to point of oomnionccinont uontuin-  img 100 ftcrot more or luin.  IIrmuv AT-I-HISI) Himb  Finhor M. Giakiii", Ayont  0������UdJutioWth, 1018.  am. ���������!.������������������������������������ im ii in .m^amum^mitm ��������� mii.*   ������������������!���������" \m ��������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������.���������. i*mmi *.*mmmm.mr+������������������..*.  Wayward .Ltnd District.  District ol Sa> v.'ard.  TAKE NOHOE th,t Wultor Bodt;J.  B-et, ut New York. Sew Jo^.  occupation laborer, i.itenda to .,xvp\y  for perti-issiou to purchase ttvt. follow is; j  dcscribuii laadtj:���������Coaimci.ci.^ it ������ yut  planted 120 chain* weot ui.d 10 chain,  north of the south-east com.t uf Lu._������-  ���������10, ILt-nce soaih 80ehaim., thence east iii  chain., thonco nottlT Si) chnin., tlictca  west 40 chains to point of cou.ia .no. meut  contjtinjag.320 acre, more or le.-e.  WALTER jBEI. J_LL JiEST  Fishor M. 0a_km., Agent.  DateJunj24th, 1012.  i.aywftrd Laud Di-trict  Disl-ict of Sayward.  TAKE NOlfck tbat Cliartes i\nuy of  Vaiicouvur, B. C.j ououpajiuu co_itruce,-M  iutend- to apply for porruivgioa to pur-  onaiic cbe following described Jand..:���������  Couimentjiag at a post p!aat������d at tha  3iiuth eaat corjiei of lot 578, theuftj w-eat  40 chains, theueo south 80 chains, th������j.6e  oust *0 chnina, tnouc;) uonh 80 chuius .*.>  uoiut of cominoncouieat containing 3_T_  -tcrca moro   or leaa.  GUAKLSa Pt_.NI  Fisher  M; Uattkins, A-eut.  Dated Juno I9tb, VJU.  ���������nil _.������������������.!__    !��������� Ull IWIWI1������__.II  | _1M_____JU_______JL____mmmm^mM.m^Hmm^mmmmmr  Saywnrd La*id District  Dintrct orSaynfird  TAKE NOTKJEtliHt Alyrtld Bonuelte,  ,-f Vnnooaver, occupolion   Nurw, intends  fu apply for peruiiaoioii to  pwch&Be  tfcrc  fvi!owirigr"deflefilKd"'"iaod"^:=()ominciSyjT_g~  i.t a post planted at tho   sjoi tli cist corner  i/t'lot, i.S4, thfluceeai-t  -10 chaius, thence  Ihence north  40   chains,   theuce   wcb*-  ���������iO chiiins,  thence   south   40  cfcuins   to  yoint of   commencement  containiug   HK5  uci-ts more or less.  Mi'l-TLE Boss j'IT*'  Fiahor M. Clibnin., Ag..-;it.  Dated Juno lOih, iDL2.  Siiywai'd   Laud Diatiict  l)ib*i*iot of S.-y%.nrd  TAKE NOTICK  th-it  Joacph   Honiy  l_.ior if New York, OOJlip tin. Salesinin-,  iut.nila to apply for pauiiiB&ion   to   f..uv  .hitso   the   lolloping   desunlit.J.  l.iulu:---  (���������oiinncncingiit npostpiuutul 90  chum.-  n oat and ton chaina north of'thcaoutb  nabt corni-i* of li-.i"o 4(5, theucn north 2U  chnin,-*, tlnMioe uiihI 20 olmins. thunc aoul'i  ���������20 elifuim, thonoe west 20 clwv.UH  to point  of  commencement -oont-uuiug  40  ucicn  iiioro or IcB...  Joswn Histi-ny Uauu  FiBhor M. Qnflkins, Agcui,  Dated Junn 25th, 1012.  i!  8UBSCKIHB FOR TII1C NKW8  n.NJ.y ONJS DOLJ-AIt A VKAIl.  varum,  UldiiiRon looomotlvoH and  rail  way caro of  the  Union  OolHory  Company liy any purwm   or  \n-t-  .io������ia���������<ixerpt lainfirew���������ii'. strictly  prohibited.    KmployccH  -re suh-  loc fo dtswiiHdal for allowing cam*  Uy ordor  W. h.  COUI.SON,  Gc������ci4t Mivuajfcr.  Sayward I^ind DUtriot,  DUtriot of Sayward.  TAKR NOTICK UmU.loor,o fituoko, of  Nt'W York, K, V., uumputinii  onginoor,  intend* to npply ftr |.onuli������������lon to pur������  cli'iso   tlm  f(il|mviii(t   dii������orlli(-d InndHi-���������  Omnmo .oliig nt a pwit planted 20 oliainn  .outh of tlm nortli-owit onrnor of lot fifi.,  thenoo oiiBt .0 ohaltiB, tlience north 40  iilminii, thonco  wo.'t  20  clialim,   thonwi  Hoath .0 olininu lo jxiiiit of uo.i,ii_cik'������-  nu*nt oontjiin'iig >?0 mm������ niiiro nr Jen������.  (iKOJUiK BTUCKB  !"!-.'..r *!. On."!'.!"!!, -*;,<���������������>*���������  nnlft'.Tni^ 1������th, fWf  Hiiyw������rd J-Jind Dint.tut,  Diiitrlot of Bay ward,  Tl'." \'f!*''i   ^ 'V '  f.    '���������   Ch:r)f  (Itono/nf Now Yuik, N. Y., oocup.tion  olwk. Intondu to apply for poriniwvo-i to  unrohnm tho followli.g iloncrlhod IiimIii-  Oonniionol'ig at ������ pout plantul 40 clidim  woit and %H v.it.ino n>rtli el iho noith oa������t  corner ������.f lot 6.">l. llHt������iu. f������*t 1" i.!i������ln������,  IhciiOJ wrulli  'iOclniiifl   t bunco we A  40  cllltllill. tlll'IK'U ������ Mill 'i'i t'h'i-i 01 u> \>m ������r������ ���������������'  oaniuunieiMnout eoiilaii.ir.g B0 acre* moro  or It it.  OKOHOK CHAlinKiUTONB  Fiidiir M, (l4H'.in������, Agool.  floto Juno Will, 1018.  Sayward T,niid District,  UiBtriolof fiajwaiil.  TAKK NOTICK that William John  Bulllvan, Now York, N. Y., oocupiitioii  alork, intmii-ntn apply for pfiiniiuion t>  [niroh*i.o tlio folio. jng tho ft>ltowintf don*  orll). el lttiiilHi-Coiiiiminnirg at a pont  pkntod 10 ohiilim nontli fium tho couth*  OHM, corner if lot f>79 (nu pout fi7.) thonoo  north 80 clininn, tlunco eu. 80 clii.im*,  thonco iinutU 80 clialim, thenoo went 80  eluilnn, to point of oommonoomout non*  taiulnu 040 ncrcii moro nt* km.  WILLIAM JOHN.SULLIVAN  Fiuhor M. OimUlun, Agout.  DatoJuno21it, lOI'J,  *mmmaMammmmmmm-aamfam-a^ ,  Nnyward Lard 1)i������tilut.  Dint: lot of H.iywind.  TAKB NOTICM tlmt William AitRnuot  lllioholl, .f   Now York, N. Y., ocoupa-  Sayward Land Dietriu.  1) htrict ol Snywurd  TAKI*: NO HUE that Jainco BAmard  Dunn of New Y'oik, N, Y., ow!iipuLi*ro  TVaehor, inlnndB to apply for pcnniwiion  In paruhiisa tn. followiun daeonbod Lindi;  ������������������Coiiiii,i..ncii.'(.-: uu a post p'uiitud ul tho  nm ill mint corner of lot 58,\ Iheticu north  HO O'liiins, thent-e \vc_t 80 chaina, tliMici  iioiithdu c-bikitiH. thonco ou*it Si) chiiiini lo  point of (.'.nun*-, immi-iit o'.i)Uiinin������ tilO  aciim woro ur lc_H.  J,VMKB  |)XBN__1IU l)UN>  FUhor M, (.A.klm:, A^-nr.  OiltodJuuo tilth, KH2  Hay ward Land Dintriot.  Uiutiiot of iSayn-������ird.  'BAKE NOTrni'.  thnt  .Tohn   Lt^nii-d  Uyan of Nnw Yyrk, Now York, o.*npii*.i  on broker, intondu to apply for poriuinsiotj  to piirohttiiQ th������ puruhaie the follou log do  iiurihed  landai���������UoninionoiuM at  n poi,t  pliintod ut tho noi'tli-onst ooruor nt thu  noith onnl (piurtor of lot 5H'i, thonco on.I  SO cliaii/ii, thenoo north 10oliainn, tlioico  wiHt hu ohuiiiH, thonco nouth 10 ohalna to  point, of common .tumuit oontiiiiilnK  !O0  iioioii moro oi lohh.  JOHN LEONARD RYAN  Kiiih..r M. (jliuklna, Atfont.  U������tn,TuTio84tb, lOlsl.  Saynaid Land Diatriot  Diatrict (if Sa-ywurd  TAK.1C notioo that John Cub.  i-idy,    of    Now   York,   N   V.,  Cr./Mliv*'1  iiiti ** It'Vui i ������i -.���������-������ *. II I -'.<-. ,1   '  k������V."|^    H.i.l.f* f*    l|V-.������v*"J * i* hamtt V*   .  jiU,k[iji!j    fur   pel Mia-*** (of.    lu   pKi  clniho   tho    following    doseribud  landsm���������(.oiiimcnojitg   at  it   post  . ..i  t.,������ ... ..������....���������.,. :...',.. phmted 20 chains sonth   ������i^d   ;W  to 'lairciinie  Uio  'fullowlnK ' tk-.(*ril.ndl(;ll'li|,;- *���������'������������������**��������� "f lllt>   mvi]* Co,'IU���������,' ������'i'  Iniidl���������Co'mm-wjnjf nt  a   poat plnntod  -lOoliaina cant ond 40 diaii h noi tli of tho  lot 501, tlieueo woi-t UO chain* in  ,,..,��������� ��������� . i.'ast Iioimdry of lot 551, tlu*������u.a  nortli-wont uonmr of lot Will, thinrcivr>.t ���������"  50ehk'ii<inor������iorloB������, > lot Mi, iit.ncoj K,-'ith ������0 clialnu,  ihcik-e fu*l  d0  40 eiudiH iouth utouc -m-t Ixniiu'my  *f - !i.������in������s, tlu-tico north  -HOchuirj: tv  Jot 551, thonco ������a������t oflulmiim mow or'ttrsl f,nitit of ci)i.inicnc������.>nn'itt contain  1������ Iu������hi) -Pi,   [\mmt* iiotlli   -0 uhnlurt  t������������i .       ., , n^  point of commo,uom.nt conUloing 2m ^ ^>-^h num.'or I'M  W!M.!AMAWfJAUHTMKttlOFK, I'wlicr   M. Cndihirt, \-.'. ul  Ki4i.������r M.CUaklui, A������n..l.    | j,,,u���������\ j,jm, g^j,   ,{������|0#  tnteSxirn'Mh, .Wi j THE XEWS. CTTMBEftT.AXT). 15. C  ZAM-BUK AND  OUTDOOR LIFE  Evory tennis cr ball player, every  ���������swimmer, every 'canoeist, "every man  ur woman wh*-> ioves outdoor life and  exercise, should keep a box of Zam-  -Buk handy.  Ham-Bui- is a purely herbal preparation, -which, aa soon as applied to  outs, bruises, burns, sprains, blisters.  c\c, sets up highly beneficial operations. First, lt3 antiseptic properties  render the wound free from all danger from Hood poisoning. Next, Its  soothing properties relievo and ease  the pain. Then Its rich, herbal,balms  penetrate the tissue, and set up the  wonderful process of healing. Barbed  wire scratches, insect stings, skin diseases, such as eczema, heat rashes,  ring-worm, babies' heat sores, chafed  places, sore feet-���������are all quickly cured  by Zam-Buk. It also eases and cures  plies. All drugplsts and stores. Use  Z_in-l.uk Soap also;  25c. per tablet.  Tho Letter of tho Law  Mr. F. H. Smith, M.P.. tells a  btory'of a County Court case he was  ence engaged la, In which the plaintiff's son, a lad of eight years, was  tc appear as a witness. -  When the youngster entered the box  he .wore'boots several sizes too largo,  & hat that* almost hid his face, long  trousers rolled lip so that tho baggy  knees were at his ankleB, and, to complete the picture, a swallow-tail coat  ihat had.to ba held to keep it from''  'sweeping the floor.     This ludicrous  picture was too much for the Court;  but  the  1'idge,  between his  spasms  of laughter, managed to ask the boy  , his reason for appearing ln such garb.  With wondering look the lad fished  !n an Inner pocket and   hauled   the  v summons*'from it. pointing out a sentence with a solemn ruein as he did  ������j.     "To appear ir. his father's suit."  <i Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures Colds,  Etc  Elected Unanimously  It was a great decasion; The Junior eleven of/.he village had met to  sleet a new captain, the previous one  having retired at the age limit (15).  One youngster was particularly vehement in asserting his claims for the  post, and talked, down all the other  candidates.  lie' was the son of the owner of the  cricket-fie-i1, and had a snub nose and  .fei'" hair, ���������������������������and a very aggressive mau-  m>.*.      ... '** "      ���������������������������..*,'..  I'm goin? to be-captain,this year, be  announced' finally after two hours of  arguing, or else father's old bull will  ue turned into the field at once.  ��������� Many mothers have reason to bless  ' _ther Graves' Worm Exterminator,  because it ha. relieved the little ones  *_{ suffering and made them healthy.  How it will   End  We think'of the future and what it  will bring,  And foolishly   squander   the   days  that are here;  But why make a worry of any such  thing,  Whet that which is with, us is ever  so dear. '..'���������'.  J. nable to tell where the turnings may  lead,  Or yet to what lengths they may  even Extend,  Wo sit and we wonder, without any  need,        .  Concerning the Journey and how it  will end.  Engrossed with a phantom-like future,  why let  The days that are with us go by  like a dream?  What pleasure, what solace can,anyone get  'Who *looks for tho stream in the  midst of r. stream?  Got on with tho present, and do what  you can (  To make it as perfect a3 what you  Intend.  The future must look to itself���������not  a man ...  That lives can enlighten you how  it will ond.  When tho Tlmo Flies  For one glorious fortnight he had  been "dashing it" at the seaside town.  Now ho had bought her the last ice,  the last bag of strawberrlees, and the  last box of chocolate, and was waiting  for the train. On lightning wings the  time for parting had arrived. He  leaned disconsolately from the window  of the third-class compartment. ������.*���������'���������  Good-bye., dear! he murmured,  mournfully     I'ii write to-morrow.  Good-bye, Bertie! she returned, with  brave smiles. ��������� Don't forget, now.  Hasn't It all been glorious?  The time I've left behind me will  always find a place among my sweetest  memories, he nodded, sadly. Then  the engine -whistled, and fate bore  him to his digs. Yes, he sighed, as  he surveyed a colored ticket and a  wdchless nine-carat albert, I shall  always remember the time I've left  behind. ..  . A commercial'traveller .at a railway  station in one oi our .southern towns  "inTriTrdia- iTT"iriW~^fdeF~for"l-realcfast~  two boiled egg.       The old darky who  'seived lilm brought hini three.  Uncle, pfilrt.tli*.' traveling man, why  rUd you bring un three boiled eggs?  1 twilv. ordered two.  Yes, nir, said the old,darky, bowing  and smiling, I know you did order  two, sir, but ( Drought three because  I Just natural! ���������* felt dat one of dem  mi. hi fail you, sir.  Only a Suggestion  With a tqueak and a grunt the.motor-car stopped suddenly, and the  chauffeur lumped off to examine some-,  tiling at the rear.  Presently Mra. Neustyle began to  look shocked. v  Dear me James, she said! indlgnant-  .y, as she listeiie'd to the. chauffeur's  fervent language, whatever is Thompson doing"  Mr. Neustyle l.Pt.ened for a moment.  Seems as if he was trying to swear  iff something, he- said briefly.   ,  Swear off som(.thing? What do you  mean James? Swear off what?  That puncture! tyre on the rear off  "vhe'elr'i'^iTis^sPTTaut't'et^T'rr  style wearily. ''.-".,  "Neu-  :* Cltni'le.'i the XII of Sweden had an  old-fashioned way of having food  '.orked without coal or gas. The  fowl' was larded, trussed as If for  roasting <uid stuffed with butter.    A  riiece of hot steel, not red hot, \v;is  n..t-ried into lis belly. Jt was then  shut up in a tin hbx. which was  wrapped In a woolen cloth and strapped on n Bold lor'h buck., In a fow  iiotiiH, when the inarch came to an  ei'd it was foiitu! Hiilllcleiilly cooked.  Tito Tartars woro not bo fastidious  Ihey cooked their moat whllo galloping on horseback by using it, as a  Buddie, Thib was a much leas ex-  pimsU'H method than,that provided  by  tha   tireless  cooker  of   today.  We r.ear much of compromise now-  adays, said a politician recently, and  it is sometimes a good thing. He  ���������{new a young man who .got married  about a year ago, and lie and his wife  were constantly arguing as-to whether  they should buy two cycles or an up-  to-date motor-cycle. Meeting hini  one day, he said���������  My wife and I wrangled for  Months, but th->nk goodness0 we've  compromised at last.  What have you compromised on?  A baby carriage, he proudly answered.   *  DOCTORS ADVISE  OPERATIONS  * -1  Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  Swarthm ore,  Perm. - " For  fifteen  yearn I Buffered untold agony, and for  ono period of nonrly  twoyearsl had hemorrhages a ml the  doc torn told mo I  would havo to undergo an operation,  but I began taking  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound anil am in  good health now. I  l ������m all ovor tho  Change of Lifo und  cannot praiso your Vegetable Compound  too highly, Every woman should takeltat  tliat time,   1 recommend it to both old  and young for femali. troubles."-Mrs.  Emily Summkkhoim., Swarthmora, Pa,  Cnnadiitn Woman's l^tporlftirol  Port William , Out.-"I feel an if I  could not tell otlior.1 enough nbout the  good I,ydln  K. Pinkham's Vegetable  Ci-iiij'.'Ulid llvl.i iliilH* Tut il.<*.     I Waa Wt-'ltk  nnd tiri'd nnd \ pen.d not r.^'tTihj'hK A  frhind r������������pomi*i.f>ri(|i'd your Compound and  I noon Ruined health and strength and  could not wish to sk-up butter. I, know  othor women who havo takon it for tho  Bfinii purpnm*. mnd thev toiii me In xirnU-  Ing it "-Mra. Wm. A. flurry, 631 South  Viokar Street, Fort Williams. Ontario.  1 Since wo guarantee that all testimonials which wo publish are genuine, i*. It  mot fair to suppose tliat if Lydia E. Pink-  lum'i Vogotnblo Compound ha* tho vir-  tun to help the*.*, women If will h*������lp nny  Othor woman who is suffering in a like  mannor?  1  If you want apodal ������d������lco wrllo lo  I������ydliK.I������lnkhaBiM������HllelnnCo. (eond* Prom Mor -fl. -t mt nt fhW. n.m't  tfenllal) Lynn, Mann.   Tour .titer will y<������n h.v in*. .<���������������;���������.,i. ".*."���������> .Wiiint mi tin-He  bo opoucd������ raid and answered hy a  Got the   Evidence  Upstairs  An Indian judge, when first appointed to his 'i.i-BlI tion,* was not well  acqnalntod wltV Hindustani. He  was trying a case in which,a Hindu  was charged wiih stealing a nllghai.  The judgo did not liko. to betray hln  ignorance of what a nlglhai was, bo  '.io said���������  Producj lh . stolen, property.  The cojrt win hold In an upper  room, no the usher gasped-���������  PIoiino, your lordship, it's down-  .tali's.  Then bring It. up Instantly! stonily  nrdoroil  tho judge.  The olllclnl departed, nnd n mlmito  Inter a loud bumping was hoard, mini.*  led with loud and eaninst. exhort a-  rions, Nonmr on mo Iho hoIho, tho  door, was pushed opo'ii;- and tho limiting ofllol-i! appeared, dragging la tho  blue bull.  Tho Judgo was dumbfounded, but  only for nn Inslnnt.  Ah! That. wll* do, nald lie, It Is  ilwaya best, when possible, for the  judgo personally to Inspect I lio Hlolon  property. H amove tlio Hlolon pro*  lurty, usher.      ���������  Servod Him Right  II*1 orliInked lu r puddings nnd found  fault wllh Imr eakn,  ![o wlrthod Hhod mako hiu.Ii hlHciiltH  nu his niotlmr usod tn nuilui  H)w didn't  winili tlm illslu*n, nud she  iMiln't. mako ���������, altw  Nov rvi'ii nuuid his Htocklm',., ns hl_  moihor uimd  to do.  IIIh niothi'i* hiul ulx children, but hy  night her woili wuh dono,  IIIh  wlfo wns  nlwiiy*.  di'iiilKlng,  mid  yot had only onn,  ill. niothor nlwny? was wiMI div.sod,  his   wlfo  ciiuld   ho  no,  too,  If film  wnulil   only   mining.',   as  hi-.  inoMiar used tu do.  Ah, woll,   oho   wasn't   porfoot,   but  nllo Iiini. to do Iut boat,  Hnlll nl  bni.lh i.hn thmii'li-' lier llnm  hnd i-iinio to tnko a rnst;  And no one da/. v>m'ii ho tiiu Hiiiim  < Id hniiiiiKin *.vi*ni lliioiiuli,  SI n turim! nnd hnxnif his car*., a*, hla  nmllrji* iiund   to do.  THE FARMERS AND  THEJRAIN RING  The Duty of the Hour  In previous articles wo havo fully  exposed tho true Inwardness of tho  proposed sample market for grain, and  tho selfish motives of the Winnipeg  Grain Rlny who are seeking to force  the grain ETOwer*. of the Western Provinces to accept it. The grain men  of Winnipeg are not.to be trusted. In  the past they have always sought to  secure unfair advantages at the expense of the farmers, and when thoy  propose to remove at one blow, all the  legal restrictions that now check their  rapacity by tho establishment of a  sample market, they must be resisted  with untiring determination and vigor.  The peoplo of the western provinces  cannot afford to sacrifice the advantages they havo gained over this ring  of Bharks after years of determined  conflict. The farmers should remember that wh<"������n tlie sample market  is established, all grain passes Into the  hi_nds of the Winnipeg grain ring the  :noment it is shipped, to be sold by  the grain combine for any price they  choose to pay. The people of tho  Wost will nevei Bubmlt to such an  injustice.,*..  We wi,*!* to again to emphasise tho  fact that the farmers of the West  have never asked for a sample mat-loot and will not have It at any price.  The present system of grading and  shipping grain gives general satisfaction to the producers of tho West, and  is also satisfactory to the buyers in  Great Britain, France, Germany and  other European countries as well as  ti.e'United States and home buyers.  The foreign buyer can now buy on  grade, sending his orders from his  home office, and can be sure of getting  pist what he hi.a ordered. On the  contrary, Jf he orders from a sample  market, ho must either send an agent  across thn Atlantic at great expense  (which is paid by the western farmer) or he inns', trust the Winnipeg  giain sharks who will charge him a  *_eod fat commission for buying for  him on the sample market (which commission must alsc be paid by tho  western  farmer.).  In a rerent report of J._ T. I.ith*  'jow, Canadian Trade Commissioner in  Germany, he shows the .value of the  present g/adiug system aliko to the  Western Canadian farmer and the  German grain buyer. "He says:���������  Canadian wheat takes-a very high  place in.the estimation of German importers and miliors, and the large  Hamburg Import.rs express the greatest satisf"ction at the grading and at  the condition of the wheat on arrival.  There Is . probability that, this year  rhe demand for Canadian wheat will  * be'greatly inc.ro-.f-ed." The establish-  _jnjn.l__o.f__a,s_ami)le.__inarke.t_w.ould. great:.  !y injure this prospective trade, if not  entirely destrov it by abolishing the  present standar." grades. it. would  be folly not to 1'opi. r (.tie German market for wheat, particularly in view of  Uie great crop that will he harvested  thia fall.  We wish again to emphasize the  necessity of quick transit from the  fanners market to the lake ports. The  ra'lway companies are making every  endeavor to be refidy to handle the  immense crop that will be harvested  next full l.n.t April the C.P.Tt. ordered for .Immediate delivery two  hundred and. lif Ly locomotives of the  largest type aud twelve thousand forty-ton freight earn in addition to the  ���������engines and cars being built, at. the  shops in Montreal. The Grand Trunk  Pii'dilc and the Cnnndbui Northern  Railways have also ordered hundreds  of -locomotive* and - thousand������ of  freight cars, Hut all.these additions  ..'ll RC'ircoly Riifllco to move tho crop  on tlmo,, particularly when we con-  5idor that nftor' the close of navigation on tho Lukes thero will .only bo  a single line of'railway from Fort. Wll-  I'am to-Montreal lo convoy the grain  1* ft at the boat, of the lakes and in  .ou'iilry el(.'Vi)t,o'-������. lu the fiicn ' of  these facts the grain sharks lu  Winnipeg end tho Big Interests al,  their buck, with monumental linpu*  donee nnd HelfiahnosH want, to hold  up for 1w."*rt,v-foni' hours In Winnipeg  evory eni* load nf wheat, grown hi tho  wostei'ii provinces, thus putting htm*  ���������iredH of oars dally'mil!'of coiiiiiiIhhIoii.  Tlio markotliiK of���������gi*alii nnd nil kindred mn I .ors an wholly within the  province of Iho fnrmei'H, and no slops  should ho taken In such mnllem without, conduit Ing thotn, Thoy nro tho  host JiuIkch of what Is to tholi* In-  lerosts, and they universally resent  tho attiiiupt of IIiohoIIIhIi grain doal*  era lo BU'ldlu thorn with it Hysloin that  would lulu! from Ihem the safeguard*,  whloh thoy now posiioas.  An Oil for All Men,���������Tlio miliar, (ho  i/ildlor, tlm -lt-hormaii, llm liiinhenniin,  Iho ouhloor lnboi'iir nnd nil who nro  exposed to Injti.y nml Iho olouionts  ���������vill (lud In Dr. Thornns' I.loelrlo Oil  u true and faithful fi'lund. To curd  pnin, rollovo oold������, <!������'Of.n woiiikIh, sub-  duo I ii nihil go and ovorooiiio rhotiiiin-  Uhiii, It Iiiih no equal, Thoroforo, It  flmuld huvo a pl.icii In all homo mod*  Miien and thoso taken on a journey.  Ready to   Oblige  The lady of decided notions and political leanings went to consult her  solicitor.    *  Good, morning Mrs. Tawker, said  the man of law. This Is a real pleasure! Take this easy chair. Let  mo lower tho window-blind to keep  tho sun out of your eyes. Will you  have a footstool". Do you feel^tho  ������������������'raught fronrthatrwindow?  The woman of decided, etc., eyed  h'm coldly.  One moment, please, she commanded sternly. When I come to you  I want to talk business with you  as man to man. Treat'me like you  would a man.  The lawyer sank Into his chair, and  put his feet on the table.  Right-o! ho. said breezily. Will  you havo a cigar, Polly?  u  jr.   Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen ���������I have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT on tny vosaol and in my  family for years, and for tho evory  day ills and accidents of life I cou-  sitter It Iuih no equal,."        ..  "I would not Blurt on a voyage without It, If It cob', a dollar a bottle.  CAPT. F. II. DNS.TAIIDIN,  Schr. "8-crke" St. Andre, Kamouras-  ka.  Too Dad of Hint  IWantYoulo  HaveMyNew  Portable.  Granary  "I have a money-saving invention���������  handy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them about  each year,  You save long hauls at  harvest time.  In  spring you scatter  small straw stacks  ���������-no burning of  straw."   _J  Many  Sixes  '(Tf...   vinyti  diiooi'Mttn**     I tin  church for a c rlnlu IVhIIui!, wIhmi  the vlcnr happened to como In, Hoc*  |i,g Homo I we lift lying about Iho pul-  nlt, ho minarkid lo bis dnuuhti.., who  h.id nppnn'iitly l,i*en using thorn ���������  Don't li-avo iho������ii> tncld. lying uhout.  What if I utepp'*' ������n ouo lu the middle of the Hiti mull'!  W?!l, oxcl.iinii'd K'ntl.i, there woiil  ....*. um: puliil jou ".vmihln'i llu������.-i .'n.  froniMn and held In atriet ronflif������>nr������,  Ml. iii wmmmmmmm i.          W. N.  U   Off  iin uinl.-?''  IT-ihei'iii'iu Vv'.. but I'm not (lulling  oil Hi" gi-'tii'i'i.. I mil* m.nit lo "������������������������  In th-i wj'-ir  To Have and to Hold  llnniw and Pocko woro two lion pocked niiirrlo'l mon. The olhor day thoy  iiel, and i������fl���������*i n fow caiiiuil ronmrliH  i"nncnrnlutf the woathor, tlm* Hiibjccl,  of womoii and uiiforltinato htmlmudH  ii-,..       i>r-.'l������'I ^'.    **. ** I .' '���������- II ������' r*" '"-'  *"     *.  ,     ......    '.    .......J I,  .*,  To Ilcniie. howovor, suddenly nnmn  .IioukIhn of yoiii-H ago. when ho wm.  n happy bncholor nnd (unconsoioiiH of  ���������.'.���������lint Piitu hnd l*i Btoro for him) wa*.  wiilklng out with a girl who wan,  hit or oa dnHtlnod to bring hint Borrow  ll'lll.rl,   I   IMIll    !l\I'l..|'*'  Piicju', Heolng a faraway look In  hi* ponipniilon's oyes, liiu.itl.ed Iho  meaning, llonno retorted driitnntlc-  ally I was Jusl. (hen thinking, old follow, of thouo Imppy days long ago���������  when I urii.d to hold thnt gill's hand  In mine for hours; whon���������  liut tho eijmiiiy tiufoi'lunnii. Pecko  uulileiily cut Id. companion shorl by  .*u',i,.lu.lh:,. Why, thai'* iioUhukI  * iii'i*r up1 Ho yon know, only ye*.-  ii .day I held my wlfo'a band* for  'Inei' Hoiid hruir*..  What? said tlio fitaillod Ilenno.  Yen, It's a fad, r������>miini'il Pecko nor*  ....,T11H>. iind I d,M*lar. if I'd lot l.������os������  ua 'd h.x.m killed Uio.  The moiher oMho young husband  went to the bridal nost, and found  her dear little daughter-in-law bathed in toiti*<),  My child, she gasped, what is tho  matter? Has anything happened to  A rth ur?  No-n-r.o! sobbed tho young wlfo.  But my heart Ib b-b-broaklng. Flo's  takon lo stopping ont Into at night.  What, already' said hla'mother,'In  consternation. It doesn't soon.  poHHlblo, Mow lato doos ho Btop  ���������.til.''  Woll, snld Iho littlo brldo, gulping  d>wn hor boiirlretidlng floba gallantly,  you know hn usually loavon his ofllco  at half-past livo. Tho night boforo  hut ho didn't get homo Ull half-piut  ni.v, and Innt. night alio nobbed blttor-  ly���������la������t night it wan a quarter to  no von!     Oo-o-oh what Bhnll I do!  180  200  300  600  ���������ad  1.000  Cunlieln.  Pull Ueuur*  Qiurantecd.  "These gramrtea come in compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  one together In a few hours. Four  Sad locks protect the grain, Separator  .livery into a spout on the side or  Into roof manhole���������saves work during threshing. Your grain Is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves. CfSell  it when you are ready, loading direct  from the granary lato your wegon,  or htgglog it.   No musty ot heated  Srain, f Get mv granary and be in-  enendent of elevators tot selling.  Sell at the highest price, no muter  how long you store your grain.  The Pedlar Granary protects you,"  It ������how������ lioiv i..oflt������M������ mv  "UrlM'knihti a*Mrr. ������!������*-  \VLmmVu AS1 atttinat rhwr.  aaa ateln, wlvm wuiUil. Oth������r  nit tt lift ������h*������t ������M_i for kud  fllilnfl ������i ���������tlaeh.dto OM������_r'.*'  "Write me for uij. hooklet,  ary 1������  r 191  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Writs t*t Booklet No 61 OSHAWA. ONT.  OranntyJe even on"i\ einile 'quarter-section' fernt.   Ue'e  It for 1912,   Tbe Book Telle of BIb Money for You,"  WlWHlfEO OArittAttT EDMONTON  7!LomhirJ8������.   Crown llleek     MItrilBt.W.  BA1KAT00N   " MOOIE JAW        IKTHBltTDOE  Drewu l.ifi        aata Whltlu.k tt Merletl     IU Ml lh Ut, H.  ior  T.lltJo Klmoi���������Pnpa, what In pollto-  IIOHS?  I'rofOHRor Ilrondhofld -- Polllonoss,  my son, in llm art at not lotting othor  pooplo know whnt you really think of  thorn.  Ilenovolent ,1'arly���������Dou't you think  IWhliiK Ih a vory cruel aport?  Anglor���������Cruol? Woll I should nay  ho, I've ant horo three days and not  had a bito, been nearly oaton up by  ..until and olitng by two wanpo, lout  my pocket kttlfo lit tho rlvor and Iho  "un \\'v. Mn-x ti'l tho ::kla c������f th. la, .U  of tny nook.  Direct your Inquiry to the Pedlar pla oj nearest you'    They will   nnswar  you promptly and    eave you time  ��������� The Pedlar Granary. Is fire-proof.   Think what that means!  Magtutrnlo���������Ato you nwnro of mlt������  Igating clrciimHtanfio1. in your caso?  Criminal���������Yoh, your womhlp: this  Is l-ho flfWoth tlmo I havo boon nrrnst-  od for vagrancy, and I thought that  po.hup.i wo might got up u Iltllo  jublloo,  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures  Garflet  Cows  In  i4_SfTflTiTix*lliK  A profoHsnr ono day objected to a  canilldatp for graduation (who waa a  imtlvo or Coy Ion) ou tho ground of  ia.ro apolllng,  Why, ho nald. ho actually epolt ox*  (.'rod With ono o,  Oli, replied tho candidal o'������ aupportor  yr u ahould ro number -that ho caino  frf.m tho land of tho Clngal-oflol  Tho Joko aaved tho candidate,  Whon pooplo who wrlto for fiuhlon  publicntiotiH, ������ny������ a Vionua loiter,  havo nolhliig moro to say about auoor  .Iw.ped hata, RrotosQuo nklrl-i und  other equally Important mat torn,  ���������hoy toll tt������ thnt blank In goli>K out  _::' *,''';'.'.' J; J,, ' - !!;.; ;.;.:;������:;*.;!;;" c-j!  cr���������if whlto may bo ao termed. Thia  fashion newH Horn may bo looked for  ncvoral tlmos a year, but bbtok, houi-  bro bliifik, Ht lit malitlninH lla placo,  Ilio bnnd on ihu sloovo him dono  much to pave monoy for thoao who  sllll wliilt to wniir a liadRo of mourn-  Iiik, but tho Hleevo baud will novor  Vio whlto. Tho greater dlwplay of  uiourning In riimtii with atntiont-ry, the  tlzo of the tardi. and tho dopih of tho  hlsck    iKirders    Indicating ���������  what?  'dioro will bo real moiirnliig aiitong  'ho nUllanotH v.hen miti may ait*  notitiCH llm de.tlh of it beloved onn  or toll (f hW good f)!i'lltleHi uu paper  ���������t-ilrh U ifxina wkiltti.  The Dotf In Politics  An Italliiti paper Iioh boon collect Ins.?  liiHtancos when; dogs wore lined In In*  ituenoo polltloH or oxpcomh iho pollll-  enl toolings of tholr owiioih, Wo  nro told Mint In IHU-i, when blllti.'.iuil  lonohlug waH IiupoHnd on Inli'ln, doiiH  voro painted blnck In Hlgn of inoui'ii-  Ing; In 18**7 a otndldato*for thn town  oounolllorHhlp of Milan ilocoi-iiteil IiIh  Ni'wfoiindlntul wllh a unroll InwTlbml,  ':Voto ror tbo BoulnlUt," Thu fol-  hjvlng'yoar UiIh wuh linliati'd In I.titt-  don, whoro numbers of dogit wore  mimlli'H on which win. will leu. Vole  f.ir Uliambotialn, or Volo for the Ho-  olallst, It In ulso snld ihat In HK)l_  on tho 'recaption of tlm iiowh tlmt.  tlm Uoor War wns ondoil, tlm at roots  woro onllvoned by tho nppntlllon of  dogit wonrlng tho Tlnlon Jaok nml  others diuiilr, with whlHliy, How tlm  ���������ni.tnre nf th*. tlpole wan d������leri-<tln"oi1  by tho Italian obBOivors U not Htiilod.  ' OI-E51A  TTT  NDS  1So a Tin. .  ������������������������������������'������ l������. the* f.������.l tin ������ll li trltMpleilUUna  ������vti-i.u,.(������r:riii-ar,... i 111.-.T ii.ino  fll.l. ��������� VtH.    Will r.i'.t,,: ���������mt* .*. I   '..'.>������  mlaUmlntt, the sews. cumbiskt. and. b. a
)$
BOWSER Will,
He Exerts If For the Benefit of
Humanity.
HIS EFFORTS UNAPPRECIATED
Instead of Making Others Happy He
Gats Afauee and ��� Black .Eye and Hue
% te Disguise Hia Defeat by Fibbing ta
Mrs. Beweer,
By M. QUAD.
JCopyrlght,  1012,  by  Associated  Literary
Press.]
WHEN dinner hnd been finished
Mr. Bowser did not sit down
to his elgnr nnd newspnper,
as usual.   He walked about
���a If he Imd something on his mind,
aud Mrs. Howser' finally uotlced it aud
duelled:
"Has aontetlilng happened to bother
���yonV"
"Oh. no! I wns Just thinking of tak-
big au evening wnlk."
"1 will po with .vmi."
"But you see I don't want you to."
"And why not."
'   "1 am going to mnke a little experiment,  or you   may call  It testing a
theory, nnd I can do helter alone,   k
Kin en I in, ain't IV"
"Vou Beein to he."
"And perfectly placid?"
"Yes."
,  "And you would say I was at peaea
frith nil the worldY"
"Yes. hut the minute I tell you that
Ihe kos hill is hair n dollar more thun
last month you may break out."
"Well, you have told me, and hare I
irokenY"
"I can't understand whnt you are
trying to get nt" said Mrs. Bowser.
"Here's the ease In a nutshell. I am
placid.    I am In the best of good na-
.     BLAUMBD RIM   CI* AGAINST A FISNOIL
tare. I nm content. V wouldn't harm
��� fly. If tlie gas bill wns $-100 1
wouldn't make a kick. I'd lend auy
mun a dollar, und I'd giro any tramp
ciy Blioes."
i Hie Frame of Mind.
Mra. dowser advanced to get a swell
ef IiIh breath and then retreated. He
bnd n't been drinking. He waa not In
the mellow stage.
"How do you happen to he in such
un angelic frame of mind'." aha tliinlly
asked.
"Will power, Mrs. Bowser-pure will
power. Thnt'a (ho first step toward
testing, the theory. I apoke of. J get
myself fit a certain state of mind and
then exercise my will power on ott_-
���rs.��' '
.  "Why, Unit's hypnotism."
��� "Not,at all, dciir. I shan't nsk any
ono to look mo In tbo oyo, nor shall I
Iny bunds on them. It's simply" will
powor. I will myself Into n certain
���Into of mind, nnd thon 1 will others
Into tho snmo .tnto. 1 do it ns I pass
Ihom or stop for n moment to apeak to
Ihom.'  I it in sure It oun be done."
��� "Vou onn't do any such thing! lou
mny control your own mind, but you
enn't the minds of others. You'll get
Into a row If you try It"
"But I shall try It, Mrs. Howser. If
I succeed tvluit will bo (ho restiltY"
"You'll probably bring up In Jail."
' "Listen, woiiiuii! If I hnvo tho pow-
#r to control the minds of others I
shall be greater thnn n king. I cnn
���ny there sluill ho no moro crime, uo
more grafting, no more corrupt congressmen, I cun umbo this world next
to hen ven."
"Hoslil"
"1 smile st your skepticism. Al) this
time I dure boon oxoi'clMlng my will
power over yon, I hnvo mndo you say
what you lmve sold In order thnt my
Victory mny be lhe greater, t will
now wnlk out uud return In about two
liouri."
"You'd better Imv-t your nn me an*
the number uf tlio telephone pinned on
rou somo whoro, for you'll be tiikou at
l crazy mun wandering iiround."
"Moro of my will power," entiled Mr,
Dowser ns die walked down tho hall,
i,HJ willed you to sny (Iioko very words.
I now will you lo sit down am! rond a
oovef (til ( loturit."
Airs. lloWKcr followed hlui to (he
0oor and looked after him (tu he mum-
tared down (ho fdrret nud unit buck
to tbo sitting room to ninllo und any lo
U*i��-.i.
"Hue any other womnn In the stale
Cot such n liustiiiml? tlood mnn, but
be cnu't keep bin foot on (lie ground."
Waiting For * Subject.
' Mr.' Bowser walked down tho street
two block* nnd linllcd to lean nunlnst
the IninppoM nud observe the piiM.cra
by. Au old womnn noon en tuo it long,
but it. who wn. humming tn herself lie
lldn'l throw ni.y will power at her.
the wna hitppy enough. Then entnoo
roiing mnu who vine uu bin wuy ta
take some family's cook to a vaudeville
show. He was also Happy and might
even propose matrimony before the
performance was over. There ts po
use iu trying to make n happy person
an.* happier.
Then there came a mnn nt a hurried
gait and muttering to himself. He
wasn't a hit happy. Mr. Bowser saw
that he wasn't and threw bis will power, ut hlin when iie was yet thirty feet
away. It didn't check him for an Instil nt He came on, and as he was opposite he growled:
"Cuss the luck! Can't I ever hnve a
minute's peace?"
"Haiti" was tho command.1 "My
friend, you nre not a happy man, but I
can make you so."
"Who In blazes are you?"'
"Never mind about that I will thnt
your trouhfvs leavo you and that you
become placid and happy. Keep quiet
a moment"
"Say, you're drunk!" shouted tho
man, and. catching Mr. Bowser by tho
coat collar, ho whirled lilm around and
siiiiumed him up ngnlnst a fence and
passed on. The theory had missed Are,
lint only for wmoment was Mr. Bowser
discouraged. Probably his will power
Iiad been so 6iiddeuly called upon to
work that it had wabbled a little. He
walked on down to the noxt corner.
There wns a bakery there, and a poor
old woman stood looking nt the bread
in the windows In n longing way.
A Promising Chance.
"Egad, but she shall liave a lonf,"
whispered Mr. Bowser to himself, and
he  willed thnt she should enter the.
place.
She seemed to feel bis power, and
nfter looking around and muttering to
herself she entered..
"It's a success with her, and now
for the baker!"
Tbe baker stood behind his counter
reading a paper. He looked up and
waved his hand at the old woman to
signify that she wanted to hike right
out of thnt without delay.
Bo- ser willed him to be placid and
merciful.
He waved hla haad again and evidently swore.
Bowser put on more steam.
The baker came from behind the
counter and took tbe old womnn by
the shoulders and pushed her to the
door nnd out with tbe warning:
"Now, you old fraud, If you show up
here again I'll call the police."
"Bo calm, woman, be calml" cautioned; Mr. Bowser as she began to scream
antT resist.
"Who tells me'to bo calm?" she demanded. "Oh, It's you, Is It? What
bave you got to do with this fuss?"
"Woman, I will you to be calm."
"And 1 will you to mind your own
business!" she shouted as she knocked
his hat.from._h_ls_h_ead._	
THEY HAD TO KILL GAME.
8o They Couldn't Waatt Powder on ���
Man-Eating Crocodile.
fn "Animal Life in Africa" Is the
following curious narrative, which
shows the Indifference of the natives
of East Africa to the sacrifice of human life:
One morning I was standing oo the
���banks of the Luje'nda river, tn Portuguese East Africa, watching, with my
friend, .Mr. Maugham, our stores crossing,^ We had Justscome to tbe conelu-
sl9n~tbat what we had fnnclcd was
the protruding nose of a crocodile was,
In fact, only a piece of rock when a
local native, who was standing near,
said. "If you will come with me to
the village I cnn show you a big crocodile." Mr. Maugham electing to stay
aud superintend the porters across tbo
river, I weut along with the."boy."
The village In question Iny but some
300 yards distant nnd proved to be of
considerable size and full of people,
who nt tho moment were In-a state of
pleasurable nnd noisy excitement over
the arrival of onr large caravan. "But,
Btirely there can be no crocodile here
with ail this noise going on?" I remarked. "Oh. yes," nonchalantly replied the KUlde. "Fie lives here and
does not mind the people."
Sure enough, on reaching the bank
the tlrst thing 1 snw was a huge crocodile basking at full length and with
bis mouth wide open on u rock not
more than twenty yards awny. He
was not ln tbe least disturbed by the
chnttertng of the women aud children,
and there was no question of stalking
bim. It wns only necessary to sit
leisurely down oo the bank and put a
bullet through bis shoulder,, when,
after shutting and opening nls mouth
a few times, he fell off the rock and
sank like a stone.
The headman wasqnlte pleased, saying that the animal took some one,
08iinl!y a woman or child, at least
once a month. "Why, then," l said in
astonishment hnving noticed that
about every second mnn seemed to be
provided with a (irearm of some-sort,
"did yon not Rhoot it?" "Ah, well, we
have very littlo powder, and it ts very
expensive, and we are poor and require all we have to kill game," waa
tbe surprising though characteristic
answer.
UNCLE SAM'S "MIDDIES."  NEVER CROSSED THE 0CEAH.
Training and Discipline That Prepare
Them Forth* Navy.
The pay of a midshipman is $000 per
year, and this begins on the day ot
his admission to the academy. He at
once spends $220.04 for clotblng, bed
ding and other equipments, some ot
which are as follows: A rug for 70
cents, a balr pillow for 75 cents, sin
pillowcases for 72 .cents and six
sheets for $4.20. So it cun be seen that
his apartments will not bo luxurious.
He must deposit $00 wheu he enters,
and this will be credited on the books
of the pay officer to be expended by
the direction of the superintendent In
the purchase of toxtbooks, etc.
When he has been fully entered ns a
midshipman it Is the aim of tbe officers
in charge to educate tho young man to
become a competent naval officer���to
become a master of the art of maritime
warfare, to be a gentleman as well as
an otlicer and to hold honor and duty
But That Didn't Keep Him From Giving Hie Novel a 8alt Sea Flavor,
Tbe story is told by the Bookman of
how a certain novel which was popular three or four years ago got its letting*
"When the story was being planned
tbe author, who litis since achieved a
literary position ot considerable Importance, though not as a novelist,
could not bit upon Just the right background. He needed a setting that
would hold bis three principal characters, a woman and two men, together
for a period of ten or twelve days, despite the fact that the complications
of the tale itself would inevitably luive
moved one or the other of the men to
immediate departure.
"He told a friend of his dllemmii,
���Why,' guid the mentor, "put them on
board a slow going trdrmtlnntic liner,
one of the new boat*.' 'But,* retorted
the novelist, 'I bave never crossed the
IT'S   GOOD  TO   HAVE.
Telephone    Pad     to
Hang Near Receiver.
to country  paramount to everything i ocean and know nothing about truus
else. The neatness in dress of tbe oflicer of tho United States navy is proverbial, nnd only those who come in
close contact with him cnn appreciate
the change four years at the Naval
academy cnn make ln the habits, dress
and manners of a young man, to say
nothing of the excellent education he
receives.
The midshipman has few luxuries at
tho academy. His room ts furnished in
the simplest stylo. An iron bed, a bookcase, a cupboard, a washstand, a study
table and a chair go to make up the
furnishings. The walls are bare, and
if he has a picture of "tbe girl ho left
behind" It cnn bo tacked inside tbe
dour of bis cupboard. Each midshipman occupies a room nlone. These
rooms are in suits for two men, with
a shower bath to be used by both.���
Mrs. C. R. Miller in Leslie's.
IRVING'S STAGE EFFECTS.
THE  DEATH  ORCHID.
"What hnve you got to sny about
this'." put In tho baker as he bristled up.
Mr.'Bowser willed hlrn to retire Inside.   Ho didn't do It   .   ���   .
"Do you take her pnrt?"
"rincid, sir. Be placid and merciful."
"You be bunged! Sny, now, I don't
like your looks! I believe you nre the
old gink that came Here and worked a
bogus half dollar' off ou me when I
was busy the other njghtl"
A Condition Meets ��� Theory.
"you are'nn Infernal* Hurl" retorted
Mr.  Howser, suddenly  forgetting ail-
about will powor.
"Oh. I am, urn 1?"
And he shot out hla left mid landed
on the theorist's right eye iind sent hint
to grass and then told hlui thnt If he
didn't mako a boo lino for homo he'd
litmo lilm for llfo.
"What's the mutter." asked Mrs.
Dowser ns (ho victim came In holding
n hand to Mb oye.
"Automobile!" lie hoarsely* whispered.
"It hit you'/"
"It did!"
"But why didn't you will the cliiiuf*
feur to run Into the river instead'/"
Mr. Ito.wscr .glared n long, frozen
glnro nt her from his one good eye nud
then turned nwny mid. went upstiiiiH
without a word.
He wanted to bo nlono with tbe
witch bn/.el und hiu thoughts.
IU  Lethal Odor  Haa the  Effect of a
Powerful Narcotic.
The death orchid ot the Venezuelan
Indians has beeu proved to be no mere
camp flre yarn.
,    Years ngo an orchid hunter, Grayson, Ret out to find "El l.ngar de los
_.-lores_VenemosoB'._���thnt _s.-_'l!!e.p!flce-
of the poisonous flowers"���which was
snld to he located in the dense dud
pathless wilderness occupying the vast
stretches between the beadwnters ot
tbo Orinoco nud tho Andes. Two
weeks passed without any Incident out
ot (he ordinary. l_ut one morning
there was a perceptible smell of Mowers Incite air. When lhe orchid hunter
and his Indiana camped that night the"
Jungle smells had been entirely lost Id
tbe cloyiug scent Many of the bund
refused to go farther.
As Urnysnii and tho others proceeded the rankly sweet and oppressive
odor been me stronger,, attacking tbe
senses like a narcotic."* One after another the remaining Indians collapsed
till only (IrnyRou and tho gnldo wero
left '.'..pushing onward. Tho orchid
hunter'felt*as If he wns being attacked
by (he Insidious power of opium, lint
'retained enough consciousness to becomo ii ware ibnt. gleaming through the
trees ah en il, ho snw (lowers of huge
size mul vivid colors, many hned clus-'
tors of theiri bniiKlng In trails.
It*'.was the death orehldl
When lie recovered his senses he
found iiluiKDlt being carried back to
cninp where tho rest ot Ills porters
limi rem ii I lied Many of (he hand
were severely sick find mnny holt wit-
ted with the eniiilnucd effect of tbe
Bi'iM.i.-Suburban l.llu.
Silence, Light and Just One Other Ee-
eential Produoed Them,      .  ^
Wendell Phillips Dodge relates In'the
London .Strand Magazine an Incident
growing out ot the first meeting'of
Robert Mantell with Sir Henry Irving
back lu 1SS2, when both were playing
I.ouieo tn London. There were reviewers who found Irving too old for
(he youthful Itomeo, and one advised
tlmt ho should make way for "tbe
young fellow over .at the Olympic"
.living prepared a special afternooo
performance in the Lyceum, to which
ull the players In London were invited.
After It was over Mantell went back
of the stage, and Irving asked him how
he liked the performance. "It has beon
liko an afternoon at school with con
g"eni"iinessoti3.""repiied"Ma"nreiL~"How
do you do It? How do you manage effects'/ How do you get snch atmosphere, such a realization of tbe glory
of tho tragedy, with such little\effortV
la-there no recipeV"
- "There Is���indeed, there is;" answered
Irvlug; "simple, too-only three things
to remember. Tlie tlrst Is silence aud
plenty of It behind the scenes, so that
tlie actor mny be nt ease, with nothing to dlstrnct when striving for bis
shadings. The second Is light regulated ns far ns pn.slblo so that nature
is counterfeited, and thnt, young man,
la tho j*ccipe." ,     ' "
"Hut," protested Mnnfell, "you sold
there were three things to remember.
Vou have mentioned but two. Is there
a third."
"Did I say a third?" asked Irving.
"Um-perhaps I did, perhaps 1 did,
but what could 1 have bad In mind?
Let,''me see. Ah, yes, si Ion ce. light
iind-um, shall 1 say-actors. Bcniem-
bcr (liiit. my boy, actors. Silence, light
and-nctors, thnt 1s tho third."
atlnntic liners.' 'That' said the other,
'Is a matter of easy remedy. The ���
sails at 10 tomorrow morning. Let us
go down at 9 aud put an end to your
troubles.'
"The next dny the two visited the
ship In question, the author asking
questions of his friend and makitig observations nnd notes. Tbe smoking
room was studied carefully as being
Just the place for the fight ond certain
remote corners of tlie decks as suitable scenes for discreet and fervent
courtship. Before the clanging of the
gong, with its 'All ashore who are going
ashore* message, the novelist closed
his notebook with the manner of a-
man whoso task, is finished.
"*A year or so later,' said the friend
who had directed the search for local
eolor, '1 was crossing tbe ocean and gave
my friend's book to the captain of the
boat to read. He did not care so much
for the lore passage, but what did
please him was to And at last a novelist writing of tbe sea who really knew
bis subject He had not rend half a
dozen pages before be knew that here
was the real thing'.'"
BRUSHED THE LAW ASIDE.
! The
TELEPHONE DIRECTORY,
Now that telephones bave become as
much a part of household furnishings
as the dining room table the mistress of the home Is interested In the
telephone directories, which from tltue
to timo appear ln the shops.
Here Is the latest convenience ot
tbis kind, and very good looking it It
to hang above the Instrument for
reference wheu ono wants to call up
A Dumber.
JUST A HINT.
In
I.
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a
True Happiness.
Whllo If fa n doiihtrul hnppl- !
nesB to bo rich, It U n poHjllvo ���
happiness  to  think   what  ynu !
would do If you only wore rlcli. -
-St Louis Post. Dl* pit tell. .
.j-H*��!-M-H��M-!-l-^H-H��H-W-!'*M-
Its Falsi Defect,
Tbe glib tongttt'd agent won trying to
perwmdo Mr. W'lpcdiinks to buy n die
jtlonnry,
I "It's (lie latest thing out," bo said,
j"up to dale In evory particular, eon-
.tnlna more words (bun uny other, has
.nil tho technical nnd sclontlllo terms
jtluit hnvo coma Inlo uso In Ihe last
(on years, ami (hero twn't a fenlurt
'missing that goen to mnko n first class
J work of (ho kind."
I   "Let tno look iil It a in I mite," snld
j Mr. WIpedtinkH,
Tbe agent handed It over, nnd he Inspected It brlelly. Then ho hiiiidod It
j-inck,
j   '"Voting mini," lie said, "you emit
j work Hint book off on inc."
"Whnt'a (he msMor wl(h It?"
j   "It lidln't got nu copious !ndex,"-Cbl-
j csgo Tribune
A Matter at Pride.
���'No," snld  Mr,  Mcckion. "I don't
wnut ItenrlcKu lo go Into politics."
I   "you nro envious of ber superior en.
' atKS"
1   "No, I'm not   Hut Henrietta I* sure
to iIho to nijlrlnl position,  And when 1
1 Imnd her my salary on Saturday night
1 don't want lo bo haunted py nny
'doubts whether It Is my voluninry do
' niefllt* conirlbullon nt n epecle* of uiu
^ftklpal gnifl/'-Wui-Uliigton Slur.
t
A Poet 8ucce��H._l and Leiy.
AHplniuii. to snivi'. a who are dlncour*
ngiHl by llm very curly rising of Coke
and Is,ti111 Mxuiitt think ol (ho kiiccd.*
fill*���pool Tlinni0oii nud lio comforted
for Thomson hum one ot (ho liixlcst
men tluil over lived und seldom rohii
lie fore noon
And yei In "The Hi'ii-'niiB" he nm nag*
ed lo give ue ono u| oin Ononi ilcxn'l|.
tions of n Mitii't.tt. It Is snld of lilm
(hut he would cm tho mi nny .|<|o nfl
(be pencil on In hln gnrilfii wim hln
humid'in hi* piicliidH, Imt oven kiicIi
lute rlkliig ami hi* en. lie of indolence
did nol prevent tils becoming famou*
���London Hpi'cintor.
The Route.
"Dnshlngton sp����mis to hsve llnnllt
mndo ii conquest ol tlmt ft'ndmore
girl.   Wonder how tl all rnme about."
"Tbo llrst tlmo the ��inv mm uho
gnvo bltn her oyo; Ihu nrxt lime tlicj
met she gave lilm hor arm. it wawnt
long before he wits hoidlntt both of
ber bands. Moon after Unit tie won
Her heart, nnd mio lout her head and
gate (leittuif lo uiiu cuuui.wt��*.y."���
Judge.
An Art Crlllo,
"Whnt do you Ihlnli of our new oil
.><M*..*m.|l I    t_������l-ii  Mlft,  St'n lit ��
������Well.** unworn! Mr. Newrtch, "It
seems good enough from die front, but
If you turn It round nnd look sl the
other side 1 mu.t lay the uinlvrln'
see in i Kind o' cheap.'*
Named For His 8stsnlo Majesty.
It Is scarcely on exaggeration to sny
thut hnrdly a county In lhe Hrltlst.
IrIoh Is without some placo or thing
with   iho  designation   Devil,   all  of i
which prompts tho thought tbat bis
Siitnnlo m.. j est y must bo a bolder of a '
consh.'ei'uble uuioiiut of property ou
(his   turn's trial   globe.    The   Devil's
Punch Howl, tho Devil's Hollows, tbe \
Devil's   Kitchen,   (ho   Devil's   Reef \
Tub, ihe Devil's Prying Pan, the Dor* |
(l's Luke, thu Dovll's Dlko, (bo Devil'.
���-Caldron, nro a fow Instances which'
occur nt inndom, Hcnttorod obout In]
rnrious parts of the conn try,-Dundee
Advertiser. I
Way   Witches   Were   Tried
Maseachueette In 1692.
When the witchcraft delusion of 1002
seized the province of Massachusetts
the people would not wait for the
workings of the established tribunal ol
Justice. It waa too slow to suit them.
So they cried out for a special court te
hustle along tbo trial of witches, and
Governor Phipps meekly yielded to the
clamor and named ��even Judges to conduct the trials.
~It""was ^distinctly"" rTpopuia.^cotirt"
and was .controlled absolutely by the
popular will, Kot a single oue of the
seven Judges was a lawyer. Two of
the judges were clergymen, two were
physicians, and three were merchants.
The common law was thrown aside,
rules of evidence wero Ignored, and the
Judges and juries were left untruni*
uaeled by any "quibbles of the law" to
follow their own feelings nnd tho popular will.
Says Washburn In his "Judicial -History of Massachusetts:" "The trlnli
were but a form of executing popular
vengeance. Juries were Intimidated
by the frowns and persuasions of tbe
court aud by the otitbreukings of tbe
multitude that crowded tho place of
trial to render verdicts ngnlnst tlieli
own consciences and Judgment" Ht
cites one case, tbat of Rebocca Nume,
In which tbo Jury actually had the
courage to bring In a verdict of not
guilty/whereupon "the accusers raised a great outcry end (ho Judges were
overcome by the c!��w.;ui\" '-The Jury
was sont back, returned with n.vordlct
of guilty, and tho womnn was accordingly oxoctited.���Uoston Herald,
Undressing While Qwlmmlng.
An authority ou Pouting und swimming ndvlKon (hnt evory boy and girl
who is learning to swim also loam (o
undrew In tho water, so thnt In caso
of falling overboard from a boat there
will be lens danger of drowning. I'ut
on old clothes, ho eiiy.s, swim wllh onu
hand and (he oppoalle foot end lake
off (he shoo from (he frco foot wllh
the Vice Imnd, Afler Ihe shoe* nro oft
(hey being the Hr*t things (o gel rid of,
(ho swimmer should linn on his bock i word etport)"   "It's a feller Hint med
and tnko oft his clothes or an many in   to lie a sport," replied the young Amor-
he cnn get oft. swimming nieatiwhlis
wnu IiIh logs.-New Vork Herald.
A Medeit Judge,
Alvo Tusupb, chief Judge of I)ag_��d,
wns remarkable for the modesty
which accompanies wisdom. Once,
iftor a long Investigation of tho fncts
of a caso, be publicly coufes.cd Ibnt
bis knowledgo was not sti(IIclout lo en*
ible lilm to dccldo It. , "Pray," said ��
pert courtier, "do you expoct the caliph to pay yon for your Ignorance."
Ml do not." meekly answered the
Judgo. "Tho caliph pays mo woll for
what I know. It ho were to attempt
to pay tne for what I do not know Hie
treasures of bis empire would not mf*
Bee."  '     	
A Definition.
The teacher was explaining the
meaning of tho words "tx president"
to the little folks nud told tlipui that
tt wns a man who was formerly priuil-
done, but hnd retired to private life,
The next day the clans wns o. kud the
meaning of tbe word "export." A lit*
tio blind went up, "Well," said (lie
(eschar, "what ts the meaning of the
Secret af Success For the Up to Date
Business Wotnun.
A. woman who bas made a notable
success of business thus advises other
business women:
Don't complain.
Don't demand sympathy.
Don't say yon-are uulucky. You
are as lucky as you think you are, and
opportunity is always at your door.
Be alert mentally and clean physically.
���W��rk-es-!f-you-had-no-!deaJcf-ever-
marrying and as if business were your
sole interest In life.    ,
Dou't think you would succeed better somewhere else than where you
live.
Don't w.nBte time on self pity.
Don't be persuaded thnt you must he
absolutely benlthy before you start to
work. You may And bealtb in your
work.
Don't stay in an employment which
really Is a detriment to your health, If
you aro brave enough to try'you will
find something better suited to your
needs, says the Woman's National
Dally.
Study conditions around you and And
out what requirements nre most urgent I/earn to moot theue requirements or tho demands of the market
near you.
Work with a goal before you. Don't
be antlstled wllh your own degree of
efficiency or knowledge. You can always acquire more.
Icnn.-KaiiHui City Star.
What Makes (he Velet. I
��M l��.     ...    ,...!!    .. I   ..       ..14    , ��,      ,1 ,     1* ..
���- ���' ��� -' ' ������    ���>������'-��� '* -   ��� ��������'
���nmiit, "t<�� mi? thnt 'elrvtlH.n rtnn't ttii.V.v'
the innn.'" I
"indecdr replied Miss IVpprey. j
"Vims    Vou seo, If n fellow'line ine;
didn't  hnv-a such  lots nf cioliii'*   he;
wouldn't     nceo     ��     mnn^-Cntliollo i
KHifKl.iKl and Mines.
< ;Pur�� Upen Pun.
Strange, Jiloonr nnd,Wright, three
iniK-noiu punMvre, \voie on a vpf^jlo
PIT.)*)'.*; Ohiliin l.fc'id.H'r xvlU'l) Ih/nr'a-
oliKcrvrd, "There ts hot one Itnive
imoiig ut. and (bill's Htraiige." "Oh,
oo." sold Wrighti "there Is ono Moore.'1
"A.vo." eaid Hlraugej "that's Wrlnlit",
���*f iitiArii, ifiitlrif
Oeed Aed-lng.
ftf*fi*-\ wonder H Ulyge hne mil***
WuT.ej behind hunt lllgge-lle find
the outer day when i niw mm Hi
wns lenrilnn ngftliiM (lie liauU wt Hug
land - London 1 it inta.
A Choice of Cvlli.
Landlady-Would yon odvles rne to
���etui my daughter to it rooking eilioot
or to ii Minute siliooit   Mounter itvfU-e j
ftrnhl-tVell, I f.ilnl.  I'd eofirt lior tn a
rooking school,   ll iniiy lit more falsi j
in ir. rrf-m.lfe, put if t_n'f anything HU*f
so noisy.
IC- nnowy I* In lt��eit a sourc* ol great
Nvinut.-Heiiuvt.
Oeltlnp Rid el Him.
Mft-1 waul to get mnn toil, don't you
kiimv. Hho-Well, why doii'l you go
over and talk to my cliiijieront Hlie's
s widow, you Uuuw.-Vniikors Klnles
umn.
Could Do* Tl*.l.-'tf��-
SUmiititr- \t'��; mo ��U"W| n nmn.   It'e
In nut pn-rklHtt (f����p!irtii<i��iit-    Had nny
Uporlrii *���>   Api'il'itiir-I'te tufct'O lee t
luiie lo iMititig. ��'.��,   Uoelou I'muicrlpt- i '"'���
Kitchenettes.    -*'
fitnlns may be removed from the cob
lar of an overcoat by rubbing It with
a clotb dipped In ammonia.
By Immersing au Ink stained handkerchief In milk Immediately after It
bas been stained and allowing It to
soak the Ink will generally disappear.
MoKipilto netting doubled or quad*
rnpled makes excellent dishcloths. It
Is (bin enough to go easily Into pitchers and small cups; It Is pleasant to
handle; It Is scalded and dried easily
and quickly, and It Is so cheap there
Is no temptation to keep It after It he*
gins to grow dingy, It Is Inrgo-suy
12 by V. Inches.
When moudlng small holes tn lace
curtains dam them beforo the curtittg
Is washed. Hut when thoro Is n hole
thst requires a patch wash tho curtain tlrst, stretch and dry. Then cut
a piece off the fop with which lo
mako tbo pnlcli, trim off nil frayod
edges around tho bolt and dip the
pstcb In raw starch and press It over
the hole. This will stay wcurely and
will ho much neuter than sewing,
Oeed 8oep Made at Home,
Talis oiiefoiirth pound in. Die snap
and slice Inlo a poiccliiln vetM nnil
pour ovor It two quarts nf di'iutorlml
gratn alcohol. Cut the re_.el into n
kettle or water at sin*li a hciit aw to
ciiii.o (he spirits fo holl, when the
���onp ��lll soon dlxiiolv*.
MM- , .,     ...��    ���!-,.     !..������      . In-flf     m-.t-fft-ri
'���'-���'     I           . *   ' ��� . ......
It., * warm pln^e until Hi�� liquid I*
clnrltled, diking off nny scum Hint
may nppeur on tbe siiifiiio and pour
It carefully from iho dregs.
Then put It Into the Jar agnlu aud
net Into a vckkcI of hot water, distilling nil thn .pirim nnil mny ��r1��e. Hry
Iho remaining min* In the sir a few
ditys, vvlieu It will he-come a whlto
transparent eoup free from all olkn-
line linpnrttlee, without odor. This
eoop will .often and beftiitiry the com-
plei lnu.
M**lrrn Annflunrew-ient,
Wanlvd   A put i-rne. * wtio Is a gm>4
itenngrn(.ln-r to Inks down (lit clever
..tying* of our vliJ.il.-l'JIrginUe lll.t-
o mnt'VZT'-**?"i*\ '."> W  m .''��;l��T��.M.mliWi*_r-i
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Victor.i,  LL C.
Phone 964
THOMAS' CROSSING
$iduey, B. C. Pluonc F 36
Cumberland, B.C.
Phone j3
5. NAKANO & CO.
J5EAL ESTATO AGENTS
Grov Blanket* frora .. .".. .58.75 a pair
White Rli-nlMi.8   4,00 a pair
.Comforton* hoist  $1.75 each and aj>
am'fmtmm-mtmxsimarm
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A new Stock of ExteGskn Tables, Parlor Tables cad Cfo-irs of
(j==c^______ al! Iiiiuls,^ revived
We always carry a fail s&& of Beds and Bedding,
C��= Springs and Atattresszs E_s~">
Fn>vcotl'ti Stoves nsul K.uige3 nro the boat.
CALL���AND���INSPECT��� T11KM.
Mcl-hec B.ljek, A,. MoKIKWON    ^mberluricl
j Ml   riuwp Oiticb.D18, Fiegnard St.
VICTORIA, B. C.
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Tommy's Bicycle Shop
fl. flakanishi, Pvop.
���GENERAL REPAIRING OF���
Bicycles, Sowing Machines,
GunSjStc, Etc.
Plumbing Done.
I   W. Copp's Famous Stoves & Ranges,   |
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MAROCCHI BRO
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WVmmm-a-*ata.an^jm*. mat-m*.***.**.
li-liiori.-ls hav.e been \vn,Ue,n
;.uu. may contin,\ie to be-written
,011 thcpn>_cnt labojr tro.ubles ��� in
.Ci'-m berland, .but ,\vhat good have
COUNTY" COURT   Op MAN-
AIMO   HOLDEN   AT   CI'M-
BERLAND.
In tbe goods of .Oscar .Johiuston
t
IT
Jiix   will   they accomplish?    Edi- deceased, intt.st.ito.
l.orinls  are largely the  opinions1    TAKE NOTICE J'hat -by on\
cf,One: man. and as & rule do not | er of His Honor Jnd<re   JWki'r.
voice tiie sentiments .of any con-.'made in tho   above court on   the
.iidcrable portion of a  coinnum-**  ord day of ."September 1-91'2,   the
;iiy. The present difficulty must
be settled���when ��.t is eeitled���
between iho Company and the
myn interested, and yt.o do not
th-iiii. that the .Ojpin-io.vit. of auy-
vone,either spoken or written, uot
immediately interested, will have
the slightest weight or influence
with thorn. Both parties will
111 -ve in the matter  as they   see
ii ,  and it wil.l take   more   than
������i'f. opinions of littlo country
iiewspapess to make then? move
before thai time. W.e .would
JUe to see the matter speedily an.d
amicably settled, for we all feel
���lhe pinch of the present inactivity
of our local mines, aud will feel it
morcso ii" the present slate of af
""niTr"_r"coiTTin""es"Tof an~yTe~iTgt]i"oT
lime.. If it is, as ii -is ^claimed,
���i'-nit a largo pet centage of the
r.v.:.i aie anxious to return t.o
,wc-H_ airi v/ere opposed to coming out in the first instance, why
kd d they not oppose it by vote
;u.d y.Qice \yhen tii,ey had tire opportunity, and denounce it at the
/neotiugs instead''.Qf. upon, lhe
.nreets ? These very men who
talk so loudly upon ��� the streets
.did not-open their..mouths a�� the
.meetings���they hadn't the Stand'
ox the courage of their c-uvic-
fiuns; but let men who had no
interests in the community, vole
..nd talk tjiein in*p present cou-
ditiuiis, and who had jjot thp jnan.
Jiness-to stand with aud by them
m the light, but go/ ' cold . ft. ���*."
and cleared out, leaving the few
jlo htnnd. for vhc many.
_______ O """*  .""
Mr. and Mrs. ty/m. Lcyvis, of
Ooiirteiitiy, expect tp ltayo shoyt-
' jy for Southern Califoniin, ijyhoi'c
they will spend tht- winter.
undersigned was  nppoiriled    Ad
niinistrator of the estate of Oscw
-lolmston,  -who was killed a;   !_..-
Kraser   River Logging Camp  on
April 15ti.li,, 1912, intestate,
All accounts against the c-nlan-
and all accounts dim iho estate
t'niiat be pr-eseVtcd and paid, r< f-
pectirely,-,og or beforo the ist
day of November 1912.
W- W. Willard
Ofii��ial Administrator
Gun. berland, #. ��..
LplJFiT^^TiM^FTAx"
AIMO   HOLDEN   AT   CUM-
BERLAND.
In the goods of James Fitzgerald, deceased, intestate.
 *J___A   I.rT_>_ \T/"\.--n* ^- ti=-- * ^_=. '-   	
--JL-A-lyE.-Nu_.lCE_ tliat by order of His Honor Judge i.u.rke'-'
mad�� in the abovo court on tiu>
3rd day of September, 191H, tin*
midertiigned was appointod Ad-
iniiiistrntor of the ostn-to of Janm
Fit;.g..ra]J, wjw   was j.i!Je(, f)t i]](i
1* rae^r Rjv-Cr Logging Camp   on*
April 15th 1912, intest'nttr.
Al! accoiHile against tho ostiite
und all aeeonrits.,diio tho estuio
must be. jiresenfed and.paid, re;--
GROCERS   6c   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS  OF
CUMBERLAND   BOTTLUMG  WORKS
Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's I3EKR
Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of
Wines and Liquors.
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SECOND   STREET
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CAPITAL. $15,000,000
REST, $12,500,000
g-uiMnnwir-i
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Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, arc a safo, cosivenient nnd
ji.expensive method of remitting small ttuu.:. of money. Theso Orders,
payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except irr the Yukon
Territory) und In tho principal cities of the United States., aro issued at
the following rates 1
$3 nnd under    3 cents
Over    5 and noe esceedtna $10    0     "
"     10      " " o(* 10     "
"     30      " " 50 1G     "
ao
REMITTANCES  ABROAD      _   *
should b& mado hy trxaoa of our- 1SPE.C.AL- FOREIGN  DRAFTS and KONRY
OROEKS.   Issued wUhoo* rf*_a^ ftt'Treasoaablo ratea
.-.-UKLBE BLAND Bit ANOH 1.. W. T. WHITE,   Manager
iv-*.***r_.T_-3_ra:-._-______��TC^
Stovepipes etc.
j?.0. Box 360
Telephone 7-0
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Complete Steel; of'"Ye 6idc Firme"
���p*?cU-vely--<>!i-()r---!,('foro-tliA--l!5i--d:-;Y-
.;[ November, 1J)12.
W.  W.  Willard -
iOitl'l.-ial Aduii.ui.sl:r:.tor
{'u'.uborlaud, B. C.
if you want���
;'*' s'ke" us--..'...'..,
Comox Smvuiill Co., Limited^
Comox,   B. C.
DENCT S��!TH *
Show of
Fail Hats, Auto
Bonnets,
Children's ��� H^ats- etc..
Courtenay; B.C.
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By   The   METROPOLITAN   OPERA  COMPANY
(of New York.)
If you want a goo;! reliable Piano, it wiil pay you ts give as a call.
|]!j W�� ��i-w 4.3ci-ci /���������-*���:<.::* i'M Vor tho above and other RoiJctbLv-. iSlnku^. Wu
. (iImo oi-wi-y l"'*Ht Vtc<:or Gramophone unci Vk'.tro!iUr.,
vv'iT-' i.:.UARANTH,r-J SATIttr'AWTJU'N.
_, Dunsmore's fc,;u';ask House" Church St., Nanaimo   B, C, I,
���JEW GOODS
Our Fall Goods arc arrivinu' by eve// boat.     We have just M
, ��� , ah   i
opened up a nice range of Ladies' ljlous.es in  French Flan-Jjj n
1 nel with sou c<��!iar and tlouhie cuMs in nil coinr��.    ! Ucw. nre Wil
It
Thu (. . M W, pf A- gn-vi�� (ii)Otll
it mijoyiiMo fj'i'o Hiit��i'tainni*orit in
Ciuiil)i*ilaiitl [jjiII on Tuoi-.fi/iy
���'vciiin;:;.   Tli-* hall wns |ui*y!:(*i!,
TKNDKKS will In* iv..'oivoil U\
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llm timleri-ijiMii.Ml up to Nov ITuli,
l'U.., fut* tin* jiiirclia'iit of On!<-
liiink l'rnn, c(Mr5'8tiii;('.f to ncr"a,
will) M>:.-*oo*)-<,'ii Ikjiihi*, barn ;\\u\
rdnUlii. About one liajf f^f tin*
litn<l ii. clcnioil, nbout ui) aero of
fruit bt-iiriii^ tree* iu thu /ircli-
;i***l. Tin* property is in 11 vory
iJesirabli. Jocntioij, about n mile
nml a Imlf from tho villago of
Courtcnuy.    Hi)*iii'st ����r Ri>v t*>��-
'! "*'��������^'y .*��i""'1---IJI     the newest  tin.*, in die Blouse line at $5.50 and $4.00
C. H TARDELL
rninioij Pianos, Thpsnas Organs
8 Victor Victrolas, Gramophones mi Records
I WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.
I Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.
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p DRAFTS   l> ���' _*:i)   IN   ANY   CUKKKNOY,' I'AYABLE   ALL  ��
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| SPECIAL ATVENTIOS pnM to bAVIKt.S ACCOUNTS & izttt.ro". S
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BARRISTER AND ���SOLICITOR ';,..''*.; '���
NOTARY   PUBLIC ���''CONVEYANCING
DUNSMUiR  AVENUE
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