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 *-&&v.  :��������� '.ZA'A ^^.���������^���������3t*:-;-ii^v^-::. :>ti  NEWS  ���������  4ourn������l bivoted Especially* t^the tt&erest* of Oomox Utetrtet*  The News, Twentieth Year  CUMBERLAND   U. C,,   WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 25,   19*2  Subscription $i.������oo a Year  ���������l*t^*Mf**m������*M*^rr*^**m*aaa****1*_fV*i  The Big Store  LiRDlES FRLiU GOftTS  THE VERY NEWEST SWAGGER STYLES .  " in the newest and correct materials. Tiiete ia  something distinctive about these coate���������IT'S  THE FIT, "Culture Brand" Coats adapt themselves to every figure. We do not wish to be boastful, but ho great is our confidence in the superior  merits of this line, thai we think������very woman and  girl should buy at tbis store. We invite you all iio  call and inspect our lines.  JiEttl  D$ESS   GOODS  In Broadcloths, Serges, Cashmeres, Poplins and  Worsteds  flE^ SIU^S  In TaffeUae, Paillette, Noires, Peau de soies, Japan  Taffettae, Mes3alines and Louieeines.  FOR  Stoves  AND  New Fall Hosiery for all in every weight and price. See our  Sweater Coats for style & price.  RANGES  Furniture and Household  Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  SIMON TLlllSHiFftW^LO:  Tie GnDiWand Department Stores.  GROCERY : BULLETIN  Magic Baking Powder, 12 ov. tin, reg 2oc stile 20c  Small White Beans, veg'3 lbs ior 25c ... .saks 4 lbs fur 23c  Speckled Beans, veg 3 lbs for 25c sale 4- lbs fnr 2De  Ramsey's Sodas, 2 lb tin reg 30c sale 25c  Moonoy's Sodas, 2 ib pails reg 35c ,..... salt*. 2uc  Parisian Bluing,  reg 8 pkgs for 25c side 4 for 25c  Liquid Bluing, 2  pt bottles reg 23c u-pw 20c  Queen City Catsup, pt bottle reg 25c w>w 2Cc  Blue Label Catsup, leg 35c - ,. now 80c  Bakers's Swoet Chocolate, 1 lb packet reg 35c...,"now 80c  u      Cocoa, \ lb packet reg 35c now 30c  Lyininglon's Cofl������je Essence, rog 45c now 40c  Canada Corn Starch, reg 15c now 10c  Olympic Pancake Flour, reg 45c  now 35c  Five Ro^es Flower, 49 11) sack, reg.$2 now $1.90  Marischino Cherries, 2 lb bottle reg 65c.' 50c  Columbia Lime Juice, reg 40c now 30e  Life Buoy and Sunlight Soap, reg 1 for 25c. .now 5 for 25c  Granulated Sugar, 20 lb sack, reg ������1.50 now ������1.40  Parisisn Bluing, ieg 3 pkgs for 25c sale'4 for 25c  Wild Hose Lard, 10 lb pails reg $1,90 sale $1.75  ������       "      ������    20 lb pails reg 53.80 sale $3.40  Phone io  L1C        |  MASS  MEETING  A inaas meeting of tho Colliery  Coiuy*ny employees was hold   in  tho Cumberland  Hal', on Monday  afternoon   to hear  the report of  tho Committee who was selected!  on Sunday afternoon to meet with)  l<h<-' management of the Company,  The Committee consisted of eight  Vivo from tho Union, .one   from  the engineers, one from the  fire-  bosses, and ono from the  non-  ..union men.    The Committee re  smith to voto simultaneously with  Cumberland.   The Committee de  cided to hold, the poll on Wednes  day, between the hours of 11 a.m.  and 5 p. m,   The vote to be foi  or against discrimination.    The  sovoral speakers were  listened to  with marked attention, and   none  will go to the poll .without   thor-J  otiglily understanding what   they  nre  voting   for, as  interpreters  will  be there to explain the mat-  ter to the foreign element and to  see that none vote who are not  emitted to. '  ported that they had mot tho mun  agement on   Monday morning us  directed, and that tlio Company  claimed that thay hud not diecrhn  inatol against the meu complain,  ed of.   Iu tho case of Mottishnw,  ihey claimed that he had not beon  ujitorwl upon tho Company Van),  ployooa roll, as is required, hut  was engaged by a contractor with-,  out thoir knowledge or consent,  Mr, l\ McWiven, who was ono of  jtljo Committee wa* objected to by  ,tho managomont, ns notboingan  employee of tho Com puny, ho bo-  jmg a check weigh man, employed  fXfftX    paid    by   tbo  employees.  l\lv, *\Lmi\Utm ivfllimi lh:m provoke  n diflcusnon on the mutter, withdrew from tin* Oommitteo,    The  rcpoft waa,accepted.    Tho ongin.  r������nr������ through   Mr, i\, W'Mor nntl  Mr. T. Carey, insisted that a ballot of all the employees of tho  Company be taken,   lieforn  they  would decide  what  dourso  thoy  would pursue, and that It 1m������ a so-  wnt ballot.   The Committee that  inU'j-vfuMil the'management waa  appointed  to *ct as uu  committee.   Tide vnto i* to  he  taken after twentyrfoui' hour* no-  11 has been stated  meetings   recently,  iu   public  ... .,,    that    the  widow of Mr.  Logon, who||was  killed in the  mines some  time  ago hud been refused compensation by the  Colliery  Company.  As far as wo can leant this state-  meut is not cortvect, as the compensation money due Mrs. Logan  isat the " Company!*- office aud  has been for some time past a-  waiting Mrs. Logan'.sicceptanco.  Wc have also been Informed Jt hut  she has beeu advised not to accept  it, for,what jeauou  we  do   not  know,  Tbo  voto of   all   the  Com-  Rally's omployooa that wasto have  tolwi nbiee on   Wednesday,   did  net come off,' owing to objactioni  b-Jug rained by tho Union to tin  Chinese being, allowed to vote ou  the quest ion.'   Tho  The most pleasing feature of  our court cases is   tho  brilliant  manuer in  which   Mr.   Victor  Harrison   defends   his    clients.  This young lawyer reminds one  of the stars in the legal proles-  sion in the old land during the  past decade.    The way  he proceeds to warm up   his   witness,  especially those testifying against  his cliantsj can bo compared to a  hunter stalking hisjdeor, the cli ���������  max generally coming whon it is  at least expected,   Tu  a   recent  case he almost  made a witness  doubt whether he knew the city  he wns residing in,   whilst   the  latter was positiveHhat he didn't  know whether hef could lieiieve  his own eyes or not.   The   ability of Mr. Harrison'cati  be said  to he hereditary, his father being  a leading light in his]profession.  We  have   carefully   noted   tInability of most of the legal lumi  narles in this city, and, from the  opinion we have'Jformcd, wejun-  hesitatingly .recommend any pur-  son who is trying to get the best  legal advice, to consult bur gonial Victor ,--Tho Truth.  The above named gentleman  is a prominent Nanaimo barrister, son of Judge'Harrison aud a  brother of Mr, P. P. Harrison,  onr local banister] nnd Colliery  Pnmnnnv solicitor.���������Ed.  HARVEY���������THOMPSON  Au interesting event took place  on Friday evening at the residence ot Mr. and Mrs- Henry  Thompson, when theii daughter  Elizabeth wns united in marriage  to Mr. ' Thomas Harvey, The  bride was attended by her sister  Maggie, while the groom was  supported by Mr, William Mil-  ler. Rev, J, Hood of the Presbyterian church officiated.  Sunday's outgoing train [.was  crowded,with passengers, and if  the preseut trouble is not speed-  ily_,settlM,'_iLwiU-be__t][e^samej3y  every outgoing train i'or the  next week or two.-,  iii-. -W. Davidson, of the firm  of Smith, Davidson & Wright,  Vancouver, was in town this  week.  Mr. Irving, organizer   of   the  U������ M. W. of .A-,   who    has ad  dressed the miners here ou several occasions of late,  is   a  clear  and fair sjioaker, and none ol'your  roaring-rant ing-np-hiui-up-the  back   kind.   He   is   a   staunch  triend of organized la''or and  as  far as is in his   power   will   see  that they get  lheir   rigts.    Put  ho insist on absolute   fairness to  the employer as well   as to   the  employee, and will uot advocate  or sanction a strike,   only   as   a  last resort,    If we had more men  of tho living stamp in the organ  ized ranks of labor, the chances  of strikes would be reduced  lo a  minimum.  CAMPBELL RIVER NOTES  Mr.C. McDonald, lias  resigned  his position   with tbe Campbell  River Trading Co.  UrrEr i'Paniiajr-hasrsold���������out���������  his interesta^in the   Willows Hotel Co. V. ,    . '   . -  Pacific Coa*t, Coal Co..' have  sent a drilling outfit up lo Inter*  national Co\s land to bore for  coal,  MessrsS, Matson and McPr  Smith are here on a visit.  A bridge collapsed, throwing  a five-iior������e team and a load of  drilling njachiuery into the creek.  No one hurt.  Messrs Iialmeni and Her.yon,  intend erect iug stables close to  ;he river for their pack train of  horses.  "Tyee" fishing good aud grouse  fairly plentiful.  T. A. C Collin, formerly of  Ashwell's store, but now a resident of Cumberland, is a visitor  to the city this week. Mr, Collin hns been laid up with rheumatic fever and   has   spent   the  past three weeks at Harrison Hot -'Immigration figures for the  Springs, where ho has derived present year to August ist, show  much benefit'.���������Free Press, Chil 82, 783 arrivals from Great iirit-  Mwnok. lain, a decrease of fifteen as com  pared with the nume period last  year. Continental immigration  totalled 60,959, au increase of  15,000, while 65,900 Americans  entered Canada, an inomiso of  u,'ooo as compared with the  oaiue period last year.  What's the v.������luo of a talent!.  That's tho question.  MillinoiyTipiJning ut The Hig  Storo Friday and Saturday, Bop,  27th and 28th, All nro cordially invited to attend,  ���������m���������**f������������������-  TT    It  *'������,  meeting in CumbuiLnd  Wednesday forenoon of members  only, to discuss tho matter We  ho vo henrd that at tho mooting  it wns decided to refer the matter  tn the heads ot   tho   organization  ,.���������    .and await   thoir   decision.    Ain  election | previous mooting of all the employees it was decided that all imii.  ployees could   vote.    Ladyemilh  Magistrate Abrams on Monlay, committed ������������������HoUs" Hop-  Union held nl kins for trial at tlufnext assizes  io bu iiuiv! vt.i X������itt'uk-.uvi, Co;- c-".i  fessed complicity in the reccut  Chinese nseault nnd robbery case.  and Pat Tarney for breaking  gaol. Chief Countable Stephenson, of Nanaimo, who came up  thU week by auto, took then)  down ou his rehjru Tuesday,  Mrs. J. J. Wier left Sunday  on a visit, to Victoria aud Seattle  Upon her return sho will be nc������  companied by her daughter,  Mrs, Forsyth, wife of Rev. S,  M. Forsyth, B.D., who is ex������  peeled from the east ou an ex.  tended vMt to her parents,  Mr. Fred Good and family arrived home on Saturday from an  extended visit to Germany and  Russia. Mr, Good reppr.ttt having a most enjoyable time.  Mr.   liiiinsilou,   teller of   tli*  Royal Hank, will ontei tain a mint  ber   of friends with   a   supper  and social evening at tlio   Cum.  icrlatid Cftfo on Friday,  IV) Til IMC TIIAT THE BEST REASON  r wearing Ciimpbeli'a Manufacturing Cn.'s.  account of its reliable manufacture, Vou,  yourself, will lilcnly bo first attracted by its exceptionally  smart p.tyl" ami tho way it fits yon. The realization ot Ua  hoiioet vnlne will grow upon you, as day in and day out it  holds its Huo appoaranco during a long hard life.  J  lice u givtMi, ami the poll h to ro  l������aju ojien (or nfa lipnrsj   JUdy-  omptoyeca who were pxpecfc'J to  What in h  vote oi)  tlj������ mm* l������vc rph^* m l,,c8������t,ft^  ill itf the (pteutiou jiuf"t������  do you know wlxjut  1*01110 of  SUITS HADE TO MEASURE  A Fine Range of Samples Just to Hand.  CAMPBELL BROS.  I5jywtfW������WlHMWItBW THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  IN THE  B  By L 6. MOBERLY  Author of  "Dan and Anotlwr," "A Tanala*  W������b,"   "Sin at Alison Dear-  Ini,"  stc, axo.  WARD,  LOCK  A. CO., LIMITED  Londeit, MalboJrn* and   Toronte.  (Continued!  I'll tell you what. 1 think, Betty said,  the unexpectedly practical side, of her  nature striltiag the artist as new and  charming in her already suIllcienUy  charming character. I thinY'that "Mr.  Soames-knew.-perfectly well, ihat Mr.  Triiton was Sir George Hernesley's  rightful heir, hut for sjome reason of  his own he wanted to hide-the. truth.  And I believe lie is the per������o*n who  knows most about the murder. She  lowered her voice to a whisper, hut  there was a certainty in her tones  which carried conviction with it, and  Bevan looked at her with a feeling  that the girl he loved was showing  herself in a new awl very striking  light. ���������  What makes you think these things,  he said, watching her absorbed face,  nnd noticing how her eyes dilated and  what a' strange ! far-away look they  wore. .���������  I���������don't, know, she answered, sometimes I do have a queer sort of instinct  like this. In the cottage the other  day I. felt, quite certain that if I could  only look into the old work-table again  1 should find something that vyould be  of great importance. \ And now.I feel  just.as certain that Mr. Soames was  "Mr. Tritton's bitter enemy, as if he  had tcld me so.  Uncanny little girl, Bevan said lightly, you have, some kind of second  sight.  Very likely. A great many of my  forbears were Scotch, and I'm a Sunday baby. .   '. ���������  What in the wide world has that  got to do with it? Bevan laughed,  and picking out a pink iced cake from-  the dish before-ihem, put it, on, her  vlate. Babies like sugar, cakes. But  what is a Sunday baby? And why  is.a Sunday one different from other  kinds? o ...  Betty laughed her pretty soft laugh.  I thought you were wiser, she said.  I used,to think you knew everything,  and that I was just a child beside you.  Now I see tliat you aren't so ..very  much cleverer than other people, and  she looked^at him with a little saucy  smile that was infinitely���������bewitching  on her lovely face. , ������  ' Sunday babies see__angels^ and_fair-_  ���������llfr^_Si!May^MHWTlTWe~a1l7tire~o^r  cult knowledge the other babies have  to do without. Sunday babies get  extra gifts, and second sight is one of  the gifts.    Didn't you know.  No,.I didn't know. Bevan eyes  were very soft; I know that there  never was a sweeter baby born on a  'Sunday, he added in a fervent whisper that brought a tide of,color to her  face as they went out of the shop.  Betty, why do you care about an absent-minded old fogey like me?  I don't know, slie answered mischiev-  tously, and Oxford Street isn't in the  )f>ast the place to ask me riddles of  that sort. And we have much more  Important things to think about.  "We can think about them going back  lu-'the train, was the prompt reply, we  have got that paper, and you have  guessed at a solution of it. Now we  can do nothing more for the moment,  and you can tell nie what made you  first cam about mc,  "They Tuvd turned out 'of the main  fhoiouglifare and were sauntering  along a quiet, sldo street, and Betty  looked into her lover's face with  laughter-filled eyes, in ��������� which-, there  lurked a great tenderness,  First, sho said merrily, I foil; a groat  awo for such a groat artist, it was n  tremendous honor to sit to you. I  felt as if one of the gods on Mount  Olympus had stooped to speak to mo.  Next���������-Hho'chuckled softly���������next,   tho  awe wore off a little. 1 found you  were such a dear, nice, human man.  Vou lost everything; Your palette,  your coat, your brushes, your memory  ���������everything, Aud only thought of  me as Nausicaa, never as a real girl-  as human'as yourself. So you weren't a god from Olympus anv more.  And then������������������"  Then? he put in gently.  Then���������it deemed as if the sun  hadn't ever\shone so wonderfully as  he shone.this summer. And the  roses had never smelled so sweet; "and  the birds when they sang hurt me, be-  cai>is they made me so glad. And  everything was mixed up with you,'  the sunshine, the roses, the birds���������  and you. They all seemed to belong  to eael. other���������and���������  And? he put in again.  And���������your eyes said something to  me that nobody's eyes had ever said,  and when [hoard your voice, all the  world seemed new, a golden world,  with heaven's doors just opening; and  ���������when���������you told me���������you���������cared for  me���������tho doors were flung wide���������und  I knew���������-1 knew��������� .    .  What did you know?  'That God had given me the most  wonderful thing in/all the universe,  sho answered simply,  and  that  love  is���������heaven.  The look in Bevan's eyes was  answer enough to the girl's words;  no spoken reply was needed, and the  two walked on in a silence more expressive than any speech could have  been until, having crossed the Strand,  they were walking slowly over Waterloo Bridge.     ���������'...:���������  Such a good world, Betty said under  her breath. I should like everybody  to be as happy as I am, and if only  I could help to bring back Lady Hernesley's happiness I should be so glad,  so very glad. The sad look in her  eyes haunts me. '  As the words passed her lips a  man coming from the opposite direction was going quickly past them,  when Bevan exclaimed���������  Surely it is Mr. Dynecourt?  Oliver paused in his rapid walk,  and for a moment looked at Bevan  with the bewildered expression of one  who does not quite know where he is,  or by whom he is addressed. His  dark eyes had been fixed on a point  far ahead of him, but Jfc was evident  tliat he saw nothing of his surroundings, and that.his thoughts came back  with difficulty to the man and woman  before him.  I���������beg your pardon, he said jerkily,  I am afraid���������oh! I beg your pardon,  he added hastily. It is Mr. Bevan; I  was stupidly absorbed, and did not  recognise, you. .  -He spoke hurriedly: in his manner  there was an appearance of flurry and  strain which did not escape the artist, unobservant though he was.  ��������� You���������have come today���������from Mansmere? Dynecourt went on, his eyes  shifting under the glance of Bevan's  quiet brown ones.  /-��������� Miss Dyson; my_ fiancee, and j have  lie morning. ~  We  to   Mansmere  .PR/HCGS3  r������lt2ABETH  #t  VOUNG ROYAL LOVERS  o lhe throne   of   Bulgaria,   and  Prince Boris, heir o lhe throne of Bulgaria, and Princess Elizabeth,  daugter of the crown prince of Roumanla, whoso engagement is to be announced shortly.  It is Cri  to Neglect the  Skin and Hair  IHJN.K of (ho suffering  entailed liy neglected skin  troubles ��������� mental because  of disfiguration, physical because of pain. Think of tho  pleasure of it clear skin, soft,  white hands, and good hair.  These blessings, so essential  to happiness and even wuc-  eeas in life, are often only a  mailer of a little thoughtful  care in iho selection of effective remedial nwriK C-uti-  cum Soap and. Cuticura Ointment do so much for poor  complexions, red, rough  hands, .and dry, thin and  falling hair, and cost so  little, that if, ik almost criminal not lo use ihem.  t.'r,       .   , '���������-  Although Cuticura Soap and Ointment arc sold l<y druu^iHtn nud dealers  everywhere, a posinl to "( utinirn,"  Dept. WI, Hobtoii, U.S.A., will n<tiroft  liberal wmiplii of each, with .'W-jmro  booklet on Skin ami Sculp TixuUuont,  W.  N.  U. CCO  "been irT~town for  are" on our way back  now.  The inquest���������to-day is the day of  the adjourned inquest, isn't it? Dynecourt asked.. You don't know whether���������I, mean���������has anything further  come to light?     Have they any clue?  I haven't heard that the police have  any further clue, Bevan answered;  if they have; nothing has leaked out  to the public. o  It is difficult to believe that Sir  Miles���������, Dynecourt was beginning,  when Betty broke in-Impetuously���������  It is quite (Impossible. Sir Miles  no more murdered that poor man,than  I did.  You are very positive, Dynecourt  smiled, a rather forced smile. The  circumstantial evidence���������,  -  Circumstantial evidence! Betty's  voice rang scornfully, her face 'flushed. Why, only silly lawyers and police would dream of thinking circumstantial evidence had anything to,do.  with it, where Sir Mile's is concerne'd.-  I hope���������I think that perhaps we have  found a-clue��������� * "*  A���������clue? Dynecourt looked at the  girl strangely; It seemed to hor that  his faco suddenly grew moro lined  and drawn and ton years oldor. A  clue? he repeated. .  (To bo ContliitiGd)  Why She Hollered  Thut old maid whose room you got  Into contalnly put.up a groat, holler,  Sho certainly did. I was surprised.  Surprisedbecause slie hollered for  help  Yes, Von sen, sho kept perfectly (inlet nnlll I told hor. that I wiih  nfter hor money and not her. Thon  Hho began to yell.  '--HoiihIoh Post  Hit Last Three Dollar BUI  This illustrates the tremendous, as-  tound.ng, and gorgeous value of making a big show as a last resort. It  dlcates that brass, bravery and bunk,  properly connected with an opera hat  and pearl shirt studs, cau make the  conquo. ts of Alexander the 'Great  look like a five-cent moving-picture  show when the lights are bad.  The herr is Fred T. Dubois, who  has bt-en many things at many times.  Once he was a merchant, and once he  was a Republican United.States senator, and once again he was a Demo-  critic senator At quite another  time, 1 owever, ho was dead  ��������� t,  Chicago. Carefully searching himself at five o'clock in the afternoon*  he discovered that he had three dollars in his pocket and a feeling of  great dreariness in his heart. He  did' nol know whether he would retire  to tho almshouse or retreat to the  lake when that three dollars had given  out. The sun was setting ih clouds  of red. and the breeze rhat swept  down Michigan Avenue was cold.  Fred shivered and concluded in a  flash of unusual sagacity that this was  a sad .'nd weary world.  Well, he told himself, I'll put up the  best fron. possible until ruin lays its  cold ������nd clammy hand upon my  throat. I'll go to the opera this  evening.  Whereupon", he arrayed himself like  a bridegroom, strolled down to the  stage_._ He was particular that it  should be ar aisle "seat. Then he  walked down Ihe aisle with the' demeanor of a hero 'and the haughtiness of an indicted millionaire.  The upshot, of it was that his seat  happened to be next lo a man who  was unaccompanied at . the theatre.  At tho first intermission the stranger  invited Dubois out to have a drink, As  they strolled up the street after the  performance, the other, impressed  with Fred's superb appearance and  clever conversation, closed a, business  deal with him that set him on his feet  and gave him a new start in life.  All cf(V which indicates that, while  you hove a dress suit, you stand a  chance to hypnotize ready money.  'Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.  v    Figures Sometimes Deceive  Mrs.  I'Jxn (with paper)���������! hoc tho  market  report  niyn  Hint  money  In  easier.  Mr, l'Ixc���������������Thill, must, refer lo Uh  going I'ii] Illumed If It comes any  easier, -Boston Transcript.  She Would Keep Him Busy  This   In   Mrs.    Forlum-Robertsou  Hale's Intent suffragette Htory.  A negro woman was arguing and  nrguli.g with hor husband, and whon  Klie li.ul llnlnliul, ho said; Dluali, yo'  tn'k don' affect, mc no mo' than ii ll";i  bite  Woll, nlgyoh fho answered. IV  Kuwait keep yo' scrafchln'.  ���������WnHhln������t.o!) Star  A Tale of Letters  Which letters are the,hardest, workers? -The Bees (Bis)-, ��������� :-  ��������� Which are the- moist; extensive letters?    The Seas (C's).,.-  ..,.     .  Which letters are the most fond of"  comfort?   >.-The Ease (E's).-I-   '."���������:-;:���������  WhtQh letters have the moat to shy  fofthci.-.fjelVes? ��������� TheTis.'"    '"���������-'��������� ������������������,'-'  Which aro-the noisiest lpttors? The  Un (J'). ".    ,"':..  ,  '  .Which aro. IhoUbngest'letters?'The  Ells (L's).  ' Which are the poorest TelI'dr's? The  Owes (0'b)...   -.,     ���������  : ;���������..-,'-   ,__���������   -,  Whicli   letters   nro   the   greatest  bores '��������� TIio-Tojiho !(T'fl) . /���������  ���������    -"���������-���������'������������������'  Which  nro. the, most, sensible letters?   r~'ho Wise (Y'fl).���������Tit-Bits,  ^STRENGTHEN  WEAK NERVES  The Blood Supply Must be Made  Rich, Red and Pure  When you build up the blood you  strengthen the nerves, because the  nerves get their food through the-  blood- You cannot reach the ncrves  with medicine except through the  blood���������this is a great medical truth  few people realize. Nervous people  are pale people. They are nervous  becausj they are pale. The blood is  so thin , and watery that it cannot  nourish the nerves. Starved nerves  mean sciatica, neuralgia, nervous prostration, paralysis.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale  People are a real nerve tonic. They  supply plenty of nourishing red blood  to the exhausted nerves, thus enabling  them to (".o the work nature intended  they should do. This is the simple,  secret of the success of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills in curing' nerve troubles.  As to their value in cases of sciatica,  Mrs. Job Palm^-JFenelon Falls. Ont.,  says: "For seveii-'w'e'eks I suffered untold agony from sciatica. I tried  everything to ease the pain, but it  steadily grew worse. Liniments had  no more effect upon the trouble than  .wateiv., ^rhen_Uie_doctor_ttold_me _to_  apply "a^liot iron to the afflicted part  and I did so morning after morning,  but my leg had become so numb with  the pain that I could hardly feel the  heat of the iron. I never expected to  be able to walk again my leg was so  drawn up. I had tried so many things  that I had given "up hope, yet at the  urging of my brother I decided to try'  Dr * Williams' Pink Pills. ; To my  surprke in two weeks h was able to  stand on my feet with but little pain,  and soon after"! was able to walk  about again. 1 continued taking the  Pills fqr about two months, hut some  time before I discontinued-their use  ��������� my.leg had become normal again, and  the agony of the trouble had disappeared, and I have not since had a twinge  of It. Words fall to expresc my gratitude for what the Pills did for me  and I sfrQ}igW recommend them.to all  sufferors from.sciatica. ���������      ���������  The every day mission, of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is to- cure cases like  ltho;ahove,l~and they will not disappoint If given a fair .trial. Sold, bv  all medicine -dealers or by mail at. 50  cents iv box or six. boxes for ,$2.50  from The Di\ 'Williams': Medicine Co;',  ���������Brtickville, Ont ������������������-,     ���������      ���������  IVantYouto  HawMyNew  FortaH  Granary"  "I have a money-saving invention---  handy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them about  each year.   You pave long hauls at  harvest time.   In  -spring you scatter  small straw stacks  ���������no burning of  straw."  Many  Sizes  ISO  200  300  400  ~ 600  600  and  .   1.000  Imperial  Mustels.  Full Measure  Guaranteed.  "My lW-bufhol Grinm-v, etiow-  cuttt left ������how������ apout lor Imntl  tilling .t fitttdied to Grtnjn "  "These granaries come in compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  one together in a few hours. Four  padlocks protect the grain. Separator  delivery into a spout on the side or  into roof manhole���������saves work during threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves. v<JSell   .._ ���������.���������.��������� ,, ������������������������������������  it when you are ready loading direct |ftfe AsM*������*tl������T0  from the granary into your wagon, fc������c ������T������in, when w������nte<i, other  or bagging it. No musty or heated  grain. Q Get my granary and be independent of elevators for selling.  Sell at the' highest price, no matter  how ��������� long" you, store your grain.  The;Pedlar, Granary protects you."  "Write me for tny booklet It shows hovr profitable my  Oramtry is even- on 'a single ��������� quarter-section farm, . Uie  it for 1912.   The Book Tells of Big Money for You."  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Write for Booklet No S3 OSHAWA. ONT.  W1NN1PEO   CALQABY, EDMONTON  76 Lombard St.    Crown Block I    668 3rd St.W.  SASKATOON .x  MOOSE JAW 1ETHBBCDGE  Drawer 16*5 eare Whitlock&Marlatt       8::SFitthSt. S. ?0li  Direct your inquiry to the Pedlar placj  nearest you     They will    answer  you promptly and    save you time  ,  The Pedlar Granary is fire-proof.    Think \*hat that means!  The Northern Trusts Company  ^       ; HEAD OFFICE/    WINNIPEG  .,       1 This company acts In the capacity of      u  TRUSTEE,     ~     EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  and we sMH be glad to forward copy of   our    Booklet   "Somethlna  r,bout Trusts, Trustees and TruBt Companies," on request.       -  MONEY TO  LOAN ON  FARM  PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATES  OF INTEREST  A man wont to nn Iimuranco ofneo  tlio othor dny lo huve his llfo insured.  Bo yon cycle? tlio, Inmirnneo nRont  nslau!.  .'Jo, snld  Iho mini.  Do you motor?  No.  Do you, thon, pot-Imps Ily?  No, i.o, mild lhe applicant humlilnp-,  1 lmvo no il(ini?eroiiH������������������  Hut the nijHiit InUM'riiptrd lilm ci.'t-  ly.  Sorry sir, he hiiId. but wo no Imi'jf-  or liiHiiro jK'doHli'lniiH,  CANADA'S PULPWOOD, 191T  Big Feet  I III'   |J0lli:u   IllhpOClOl H   IllCtt   IIIIIM'tl  .'���������(���������:ij-!i.-i   \\)\)i j-.'i,!,'!' :i." li'- r.'itcil :i r;iw  Irlfli 1'iK'i'iilt for hln nwliwiu'diiPRH.  Now, O'Connor, you'll hjioII tlio lino  with Uioho font, Draw Instantly,  mnu, ti'id Kfi Ihom Jn llnol   - *  O'Connor ������ lilgnlly V.?Kh Tiurt.  1'i.r/o. in^pi-oior, lu' u'iiwu'ii ho'iiTiiu-  ly, ihoy'rii Put Murphy'H In Uio ronr  vnnlv.        ;  ���������  ,    ..tt.ir" ..���������.; ��������� ���������������������������  The Celeotlnl Surgeon  I(i I havo fnll prod moro or loan  In my ureal tnwlc of hiipplncHH;  If I iiave lii'ivrc^ f.moii|!; my niff.  And Khown nn Kioiioiin inornlriK face:  If f.i-.n ,h from hnppv Inimini '\vom  Hnvo moved mo not; If morning bIiIcr  IIo.iIih and my food, and niimmor rain  Knoidicd on my tiiillon lo'.iil In vuln���������  l.iinl, Thy iiiohI. polntctl  Another Danger of the Summer Season  (.'Inn-Ion 11. IHlloH, Iho ��������� l'i'OHldont'H  Hocrolnry, always ntconipunloH tho  chief f.MKMitlvo on his trips to flovor-  ly, MiiBHaoliimottn, In tlio Hummor,  .lur.t out sldo of llovorly thoro uro  many fashionable homes, with  Ri'ound.i which Include private bath-  Ini? beaches.  I wonder why ho mnny people lmvo  Huso private beachoii, commented tho  I'mtidcnt one afternoon, when ho was  aiitolnj, up Iho North Shore,  iSomo oi ilioiu, mini Utiles, appro*  r.fuft- I'll.' i';tlii'-, mt lU-iihf, nt thin  nicnnti of lildlnj; (lie family slide-  tins.  Dlscupsed In a Recent Bulletin of the  Forestry Branch  Wvor hIiico fho'.Province of ;.Quoboc:  forbade, tho export of pulp-wood cut.  from Ciown lands, considerable Interest has been taken In tho question  ns to how the price of pulpw'ood would  bo af:ected.. A-loading papor trado  periodical estimated that tlio prlco of  pnlpwcid had advanced' ono dollar  percoid. This Is corroborated by  the bullet in on pulpwood lately compiled by'Iho Forestry Branch of tho  Department of Ilia Interior, According to this bullotln, tho avorago prlco  of pulpwood In Quebec province during ll������11 was higher by ninety seven  cents than durhiR l!*tO. In Ontario  thii price actually foil twenty coats  por cord, whllo In Nova Scotia and  New Brunswick Incroanes of twenty  nlno nn.l twenty two cents respectively are announced,  A fiuasUou that is Jusl beRlmilng to  come Info notice In tho Dominion Is  th" u'lllziit'on of saw-mill waste as  matorln". for pulp nuiltlnir. A very  sinnll quantity of such wnsto Is so  ullllm: by tlireo Hi ms wbicb own  both naw-rnlllH and pulp-mills,  ONTARIO   VETERINARY   COLLEGE  TEMPERANCE STREET, TORONTO   <  Afri]late.rwlth the University of Toronto ami uud er the control-of-.  ;.-. the Department of,!Agriculture of Ontario.-.-'.-...,- ., .,    ;,  College  re-opei 8 October 1st, .18.12.    N;B.���������Calendar on application  ���������'"..: *������������������     E. A. A. GRANGE, V. S., M.Sc, Principal  ;      V';",    ,V J*1* R^dle     ,    ;  I planted a seed lu my neiglibor's gar-  ���������  dou''".     -   *  ' (Fair, woe garden where   Wonder  grows)  Wet with, ji   tear   that   It   may - not  havdou. ���������-.���������'���������'���������'      "���������"',-���������  Seed of a Hope that the donr God  knows���������  And for its cover  I folded, ovor  Flvo slim petals of a little Wild Robo,  0, l.tu'.y-Llego of Iho Wondor-Qnrdon,  Riddle'me, how Is that seed to bo���������  Quick v.jth tho sun of ihy smilo and  pardon,  Or dead and dust   for   despair   of  lliot?  Will, thou It bloom ns   a' flower   In  Anion?  Will thou It porlsh boforo wo Seo?  "Will thy palm forget,  Whoro my kiss was sot  To gi'ow for a thought of mo?  ��������� By Charles F. LummlH  When Your EyisNodd Cars  Try Murine Ky������ KomeQy, No Kmurtlnrr���������Fe*l������  B'lne���������Aut������ (Juiclily. Try it for Kert, Weak,  Watery K.vm mid Cliwnultted Eyelldi, Ulu������  UrMDil Douk In ennh I'aoloip'e. Murine I*.  pompoundod by our OoulUt������-nnt i, "I'ntunt M������rt.  lfllnB''~-but uiod tn uneoeuiful I'hyslclani' i'rao"  t co for inuny years. Now dertloiitud to ilio Vuly,  lie i>nd ������old by Orumluta at 16o,iind tOo ji������rItoUl*  uurluo Hy������ Sulrtin Anoptlo TnUoc,.Siso nnd Ua.  Murlrvo Eyo Remedy Co,, GMcaao  Lead production In the United  States last year reachod-ono billion  pounds, rin Increase of forty million  pounds over IftlO. Imports last yenr  were 180 million pounds, adecreiiHo  of tlility-sovon million poundb,  Let's Hnve It  Thin bli'.h e.owt of living Is a serious  (|iioBilon, bawled Uio t'iimpalg/i orator. It Is a Brent (|U0Etlon, a very  serious (inestlon, Indeed.  Wo know It's a eiuestlon, yelled n  coarse man In the audience. What's  the nnRwor?���������KniiHas City Journal,  The ������u!l of Cuba ta extremely fruit.  ful.     Cabbages thoro arc so large  iluit  hend'i  ivolj'hlnn  Sr������Mi������,  e.-ieli  nre  common,     AH vegolnblm   do   well.  Radishes may bo oaten from fourteen  to eighteen days after sowing, lettuce  oaiuiri! tulccUn flvo weeks after sowing, while corn  Ami /.tub my fplrli broad awake.       I produces ibreo crops per yenr, flwcot  -RfilKit l^nils Hlevenfon.   po'.iitoe.-. ������:iuv, all tbe year.  A Born Candidate!  Willis���������I suppoRO you think that  baby of yours will boconio president  Homo day?  nilllr���������Mttvlif* nnt nreqldetit, but be  will bo In tbo raco after tho nomination nil li^hi, Ho kcop.s Iho witpiu  place In au uproar, uses Indosoilbablo  lnnguago, and can go without sloop  for a week ���������Brooklyn Life.  Very many persons dio annually  from cholera nm) kindred .summer  complulnts, who might lmvo been  saved U proper romedlos had boon  tisod. If attacked do not delay In  getting a bottle of Dr. J. T). Kell-  ogg's Dysentery Cordial, the medicino that nover falls to effect a euro,  Thoao who luive used tt imy It actis  promptly, and thoroughly subdues the  ii.iln mul dlfiense, *..  . ���������"I '.'���������*-' '  For the'Time Belno  My     husband   eiueil    blinsdf    by  drinking bultermllk.  Wbut did he luive?  A tlilrsl - <"3i|f:,it;o Record llinild.        K. Wai-una, to*  Portly True  Mn, what Is meant by the Progress-  ivo party?  Tho pi'ogrcsHlvo party, my dear?  Why that's' whoro all the partners  change after ovory game.���������Detroit  Frco Prosn.  ilio jyiesioein. ditho university bad  dark circles undoi; hln eyes, Ills  chooli was pallid, hln lips wcio trnrnb-  ling; ho'worovu hunted expression.  You look 111, Bald his wife, What  Is wrong, doar?  Noth.ng much, he replied, Tlut���������I  ���������T lmi'Xfoarful dream last night, and  I fool this morning as If I���������as If l~~"  It was ovldont that hln nervous system waa shattered.  What wns tho drrnm? asked tbo  wlfo,  ]���������I���������dreamed tho trustees roqnlrod  that T should���������.-that I should pnsii tbo  froHhmiin examination for���������admission,  sighed tho president.��������� Youth'* Companion.  NATURE'S ESSENCE.--Extracted From Forest Plants.  Nature's laws are perfcot, but dlseme lollowi if thane lawi ire not obeyed,  iio ftniflit to nature tor the cure, fo tho toreit; there nre myiteriew here that we  aim luthoni wv ivu. Tukc tbe bar*, oi lhe lvlld-chi-rrj' Irrc, the reel ef ������ia������i)c*kf,  ������tone, Oregon ilrnpe root, queen'ti root, Moodroot ond <olden veal, mnke u Helen-  tifio, non-oloohollo extract of them with juit the rltflit proportion* and you have  Doctor lMcrcc'H CJolUcii Medical I)I������covcry.  Tt took Or. Pieroe, with the nimUtance of two learned chemUu, eirtht yenri of  f,���������<,t worU fYricrfnifnUntt tn mafet- tlil������ norn ifvrarfti t^ttmet nmf altrrntlvf of th������  ireateit cflicienoy nnd without the us* of n particle ol alcohol.  Jmt the aort of remedy you need to make rich, red  Mood, und cure flint laiilttide and feelinf of nerve cxhatiition,  Dr. Pierce'* Golden Medical Discovery brara the ntnmp 'of  I't mio ArraovAt, and ha* nold more largely in the pant forty  yeara than any other hlood purifier and ttomach Conic.  "'Mm* limn a������o I aot out ef hialtli-my lUmmeli i/tmoil to fi* th*  P,(-6t of  tl\B tlOUlllB," WrlW������ Mil. 1V/.HA  Wll.l.UMM, i.f  n������ll*ivlli������, Kutti.  "I comtfi������nci������l to dsctor with all th������ dnetflri it horn* n writ mi with  ���������iiher Kiitelnllntii on nlomaeli nnd rilgMttvn nratnt,   Non# tfrmw tn dn  miv u(K������l-m <*<���������<,, mutti. of iho innliclnru uii) mn l.������vin.   l-innlly, I virula  o Dr. I'lorcc, lluffalo, H. V��������� wliu m>ll<*l, lUiilritf tliet I luil liver i'W������������  >l������lnt v/lth Imllirfjitlon ami rontdnitfmt, and advliM Dr. J'l������/fc'������ (I������Wfn  '���������in  4  ui  "j-ho ' tliscovery' unit 'IVIIrtu,' havo 'pot m������ on my fret #������������ln'-  .atmtil Xo V> ju������t whut 1 iitwleJ. 1 could not li������v������ rccovcreil wlilioui Hum."  Dr. Pierce*a Plcittnt P*n*t* ar* ter llva ilia,  t^mmmtmimm /s-f  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. a  Oh  Muffins  She sat around ln dainty frock  And  proudly held, her head  She waa the owner ot the flock.  But she produced no bread.  "INTERNATIONAL FLY WAY*  Prevents tho Tremendous  Loss from Flies  flloi coat tho Farmcn of Canada ttllltcmi of  Sonimuuiualljr by lotcirdlnglho growth orfatteiilni  of animals anil \y grently reducing tho production of  milk bycousUctlyannoyliisths animals allsummor.  Every farmer or itoclTaisrr knows thll ���������Utuiuool  to bo truo from his on-n experience.  Filnals.icau-ieaere:-.tlosa of Ufa by Spreading  IMi<ia50������ from farm to farm. " IuternaUouul I'ly '  Wuy" will krop I'.lcs o:f your animals anil civo ihem  tKifcct rest froin thwo psstlforous Insects, whloh  will mako you mora money la a Harbor productlun of  xuiik or J11M.U quicker yrawlh of all admab.  SAVE YOUR STOCK  By Using  "IHTEnNATiONAL FLY WAY"  It U p-sltlveljr (tMTanltM to bo tffetttra In  Driving Awny File', Mn*<iulto������, and other Inlocta  which worry ktoikuii.l i-nluco tlislr unilniiraiiacity.  )t In luiriuieii t j tho hair and akin nnd will bo found  pprfmlly satisfactory wheu used according to  VUreiUnns ...    ...  Vo plnco our twMily yeara pf reputation rack nf  "InlorniiUoiiall-ly Way/'unl auk you to teat It an  ourpmiUro cnarantrc. _  Fua 6a������ At Hu. Deammu.  MTE5NATI8<ML STOCK FOOD CO. Unsittd, TORONTO  Uo. H  The Day of the Suffragette  Aro you an Instructed delegateT  I should say so.  How were you*Instructed?'  By my wife before! left homo.  How to Begin  What Is tho first step toward remedying the discqntent of the masses?  The first step, replied the energetic  campaigner, is to get out and make  speeches to prove to them how discontented they are.���������Washington  Star.  Frost & Wood Binders  ���������Ir  Meet  the hardest  conditions  of cutting and  binding,    Do the work well.  liPliiWSf  ��������� ���������*Mi-H :*:t~^^$&'i^&  A Great Record for Both  I've driven my car fqr over a year  now, said Bllklns, and I've never'run  dowu nny body. '1  That's nothing, sa^d Mrs. Billikins.  I've attended the meetings of our  sewing circle for five years and have  never run down anybody.���������Harper's  Weekly.  mZ*M**y *������  .<*&������  o  ***-'���������...'������������������������  AI1BERT COLLEGE  BELLEVILLE    :    :    -    ONTARIO  Ovor 300 students on rolled annually���������  ons-half of whom ar* young- ladle*.  Highest facilities In all departments.  WIM reopen Monday, September 9th,  1912. For Illustrated Calendar address  0 PRINCIPAL DYtlt, D. D.  HOT AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.,  Mnn. Vimuv'i Boothiko fivaof feat t_  ptedtorover 8IXTY YBARSby MltUOMS  HOTHBKS for   their. CHTLDRRIf  WHU  tBKTHJNQ, with PKUFECT SUCCISft,  ���������OOTHBB th; CHILD, SOFTBNd tht QCMJ  AUAVBaU PAltt; CURES WIND COLIC. f~  Ulljt beat remedy for DIARKHCEA.   H It  wtut������ly barmUw.   B������ aure and atk for "tit**  Vintlaw'a toothing Syrup." ������nd take m ataal  kind.  Tweoky-fiv������ cents a twttlt.  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  SITUATIONS VACANT  Young meu placed iu positions as  Telegraphers, Freight and Ticket  Clerks just as fast aa we can prepare  them. Hallway Ofllcials endorse our  System because our instruction is  specially propared, Day and Mall  Courses. Wrlto for Freo Book 19,  Dominion School Railroading;, Toronto.  Tho Company She Kept  A Boston couple, of middle age nnd  kind hoavlfl. spout their vncutlo(i  near Augusta, Georgia,-- and* during  their visit, took a great fancy to au  old colored woman. When thoy loft  ������������������Augusta, thoy invited hor to pay thorn  a visit, which sho accepted with tho  understanding that they wero to pay  hor expenses.  Having arrived Jn Boston, sho was  given n room ln tho house of tho  white folkB, and was Invited to lmvo  her moals at the same table with hor  host ond bostons,  Mrs. Jones, said tho IiobIobb, you  vnro.u nlavo, weren't you?  Mrs. Jonofl replied that such had  boon hor condition of sorvltudo,  I suppoao your muster novor Invited  you to oat at hla table, hazarded tho  Dostou woman,  ���������No, honey, dat ho didn't, replied  Mm. .Tonou, M;' irmrator was a gentleman1, n������ nlu't novor lot no nig.  gar set nt tho (abb* lonpiilo of him,  Another Form of Senatorial Courtesy  la addition to studying railroad  rates, the question of high, living, and  tho tariff, Senator John M. Dixon, of  Montana, haa been a Btudent of the  general subject of ghosts. Just before he came to Washington to begfn  his service in the Senate, he waa told  by a ' bad man" of Montana, who had  be3n condemned to death, that spirits could return to this earth from the  ofier world.  At midnight of the day that I am  hanged, said tho; murderer,;, I will  knock at your front door ln order to  prove to you that ghosts can como  back.  On the midnight In question, Dixon  was cltting up in his Washington  home courteously waiting to see what  would happen, for tho man's manner  had Impressed , him greatly. The  .senator was about to go to bed when  he remembered that there Is1 a difference of three hours between Washington and Montana time/ So lie waited up threo hours longer, but again  received no visit.  Tho only thing I wish I had established, said Dixon, afterward, was  .by what time the affairs of the other  world ere conducted.  Dad Joins   In  The daughters of tho household, ardent suffragists were talking politics.  Taft will sweep the country, declared Mabel.  Willson will sweep the country, asserted Maud.  Roosevelt will sweep the country,  averred Margaret.  At this point dad took a-hand.  Never mind about who's going to  sweep the country, said .he. "Who's  going to sweep this here- kitchen.  That's the question now,���������Louisville  Courier-Journal.  $100 .Reward, $100.  Tho readers ot this paper will be pleased to learn  thot there la at least ono dreaded disease that science  tuts ticca ablo to cure la all Its stages, and that It  Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Curo Is the' only positive  cure now known to ths medical fraternity. Catarrh  bete; a constitutional disease, ��������� requires a cdnstltu-  tlonal treatment. Hail's Catarrh- Curo is taken Internally, act'ag directly upon tho blood and mucous  surfaces of the system, thereby, destroying tho  ioundaUon ot tha' disease, e,A giving the patient  :trpnqth by building up tho constitution and assisting-nature In doing Its work. TIig proprietors have  so much faith In its curative powers that tbey offer  One. Hundred Dollars for-any caso that It falls to  cure.   Send for list of testimonials  Address F, .1. CIICNEY & CO . Toledo. O.  Sold by all Drtlgelsta, 76c.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  New modern plant of E. W. Gillett Company Limited, Toronto, Ont., consisting  of six buildings, with three Railway sidings and separate office building.  ^  They have a trua ������afety base  head,   with  silent    tip.    Will  never explode if Stepped   on.  *-.*������������������  Eddy't Matohea h*T������ satisfied Cu<  adlant tine* 1161���������accept no other*  -yl^-tfflf.  The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada  INSIST ON GETTING "EDDY'S"  Washboards,   Wood Pails and  Fibre Pails and Tubs.  Tubs,  It is along time since London spent such a h.'.ppy day as the wild rose  festival on June 26 brou'ght with it. It wan the happiest of womanly ideas  to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of tho diy when Queen Alexandra first  set foot on English soil by a gigantic fete of the wild rose, her majesty's  favorite flower, in aid of the hospitals, which, it has been her constant care  and chief delight to beuefit.  $150,000.  The result   of the   day's ������saler was   about  If a mnn doomi'l, lmvo lo got down  to work early ho would Just ab soon  dolt.  Direct' Testimony  ":Judg jAukam, presiding In the po-  "lice "court" of" tlTe"-"clty "of^Washington,  not long ago had as witness before  him a r.ian who stammered,"the affile-,  tion be'ng a sort of intermittent affair.  The witness would stutter frightfully  through two or thr3e-sentencos,.and  then \.-o'-.ix' sail through two or thrge  more without hesitation. This Interested the judge greatly, and finally  In asked the witness: ?  My good man, when do you stutter  most'.'  Well, "Your Honor, replied the afflicted man, I do It most when I'm  tt-talk'ng.  Criticism  I am going to put some white In  the yoke, said the young lady, referring to her gQwp. -  ��������� Won't tfiat soramttJelt? enquired the  youflfe .man;^tChttago' Tribune.  PS";-what's sarqasin? -  "* "Pasting"'4~;sh~ake~.well"b"e"f6r"e"taking'"  slip on- a bbt'tle of-agye cure.���������Satire.  -vJaclv4-Fred, haa^a snap, but he's  foolish <to"'continue abusing his privileges.  Tom���������That's so! It takes mighty  little to make a sinecure insecure,���������  Boston Transcript.  ARLINGTON -CliALLENGi^  WATERPROOF ;.;06L.tA-l^  Are the bes*- ever made and are guaranteed to give you satisfaction. At  all dealers, or send us 25 cents stating style and size required.  The"Ariin&jon:CoT^of=Ca"ivada7"L"td^  58 Frswer Ave., Toronto, Ont.  Mlnard'e  Liniment Cures  Cows  Garget  In  A ttaln which left Bolivar in South  Ameilca, for a neighboring town  three vearsago has just arrived. Tbo  distance covered was ;120 kilometres  and tho reason for the delay was a  storm which derailed the. train1; killed  most of tin passengers, and ripped,  up such 'tf goodly portion of the rail-  ��������� way HrvtijHt tho company owning it  was foiccd into bankruptcy. About  six mouths ago ini^- American engineer undertook the reconstruction ' of  Onr- load, nnd brought tho long-delay-  od train to lhe point for which It original!} started,,  Nnuolity ^  Ilownro of cIplioj'H, oh my son,  It Ih a sago.wjio; Hlrigs,  For thoy nro objo'btaiyou should shim,  Thoy nro real > iinughty   things.-~  Cluolunatl MiWiiiftir'. ;���������  **tm*+imm***mm*m*m****i***m*mmt*mmm  J0rti> Mlfglno  A wi Hor 'in1-Ujc-'kiin traces Governor Wlluon'n du'wftfot/i'Qm im Irishman  nnmcil MoWllIlnm. Ilo Is also bo-  Itevad to lio doKconded.from a Scoi  ninmil MnfWofliim n VvnrM-ffmnrt'  named Voudrenu, and a Gorman"  culiuii vv illioinittdiiuu. Liluonuniuu-  ly no Italian ancestor has yet boon  dlnooverod for lilm.���������Now Vork Mall.  T>r. Morse's  Indian Root  Pills  ���������re Just the right medicine for tlie  children. When they arc conitipnted  ���������when their kidneyi ore out of order  ���������when over-indulgence in tome  favorite food givei tlicm indtyeition  ���������Dr, Morse's Indian Hoot J'ills will  quickly ond surely put them right.  Puvcly vefcctaWe.Uiey neither ticken,  weaken orgripe, like lianhnurcAtivf i.  Guard your children'i health by  _.. . " .intra bsxof Dr.-Morr-  Indian Hoot  tf������op th������  alwaya keeping a box of Dr. Morse's  * PilliIn the houw, They,.,  Children  W������II  W. N.  U. 909  Iho nbovo photo shows tho new fac tory of tho Moonoy flo. nt Vancouver,  the latest link of (he across tho continent chain of factories of tho Moonoy  Biscuit & Candy C)., Head Olllee, Stratford, branch fnclorleo nt Winnipeg  and Vancouver. Tho latoBl. factory hns boon purchased from tho JI, Smith  Biscuit f!o,, of Vancouver, (ho pioneer biscuit and candy mnnufadurora of  tho Piicllin Const. This company enjoys a very BubsliuUinl business, and  only liiHt yonr eroded h now factory bulblli,);- of Hied mul commit construction which Is ono of the iuoh'. modern In the Dominion Whllo tho Moonoy  Co. hnvo not divulged the-, exnot. amount of tlio purcbuse prloo, It Is understood lo bo In tho uolRhbf-rhoodof f 300,000.  Tho utory ot (no crgnnlzatlon nnd progrosH of llio Mommy Biscuit Co.  rends nlmost llko a talo IVom tho Artiblnn NIrIiIh. I.ohh Hum eight yours  ngo tho bmilnosH wos stiirtod In a smnll wny iu Slrntford, Ont. Mr. W. J.  Moonoy tho foiiudo.*, who tins boi������n nnd Is still Inn President of llio Com-  pnny, hns boon called "tho wlznnl of tbo biscuit butfluuuH," Ilo luiu had  for mnny yours somo vory original IiIohh regarding tho bl'soiill business, nnd  Immodlntoly on tho orgnnuntwn of bin own fiictory ho proooedod to put  tbem Into opentlon, Oiifi of those wuh, tlmt, fnutory-nmiln blmuiltfl, if  froah, could In a largo irifinmirt uuppmnt Iho liomoinnde nrllole, Cons ���������'  finnntlv, stops wcid taken to plnco tno 'iIkchiIIh on the Ki-ocors' Pholvew in :i  condition of freshness heretofore imlienrd of In Iho blwcult biislnoss of Canada, (loodg w ie HblppB'.l Iho snine dny limy loft tho ovni, nnd iirnnigi-  monlrt woro mado for iiiiecliilly fast denpntch. Tho company's own line* of  prlvnlo curs woh Im.tnllcd to lnanro 5ionnlmer.p, nnd in avoid delays nnd  a fltrmiiious advertising campaign wiih launched to promoto a rapid movement of Iho goodH i. ft or tbey actually reached rhe retail inorchant. Tho  effect of this policy \vn������ little short of wonderful. Tho ImihIiicmh dovol-  Hped nl. a rnto undreamt of bv Its foundPiH nnrl oni-.h Hiincfcdlnir vonp no.  eoBBltatcd oxtoiiHloiiH In factory, iiut^l llnally u brand ntw building wan  tltvUil   t>i   Ui).H,  HUfc   III   l.M  fmitliily   ,H\.i->J.iblUt,   miialiiKnti,  111 tho Canadian .West Iho rcsnlta vn-i-f ot e pnrtlciiliuiy Rrallfylng eluir-  actor, notwllhstandlng tho long distance from Die sent of mimufneluro In  fact, no aatiHfboior> woro tho romilm ihat tho Moonoy Company decided  that tho proportlona of tho Wnatorn trndo oniltled Iti to be servod by a Went-  orn factory, eo that tho people of Iho West, nn well n������ (bono of lh Hnqt,  inlKiit recoivo Moi.noy ������ gotulH in nu nuHtiiiiiel.v nn --(iwn Jruiti rue <iven'  condition. CoiiBoquoilllyn littlo loss thun Iwo yoiu-M ago tho big factory  In Wlunlpog wn������ Bocurod, and tho roaills which have Leon nchlovod Hiuro  that tlmo hnvo fully junlinod tho wUdotn of tbo tonlure, nnd have set Hu-  ������Kfll ot approval on llio branch factory idea. Tho buslneiiH of tho Moon <v  nucult & Candy Co. u now conceded lo b? tho lorg.-st of iho kind In Iho  Dominion of Cnuadn, nnd it rnnks very prominently among tho big Industrial ciUcrprl������o������ of f,h<5 country-  Although tho Di'ltlBh Columbia territory lm* herotoforo toon aerved by  lhe Moonoy faetory nt Rtrfltfurd, n^ver >n-b'N..i tti^ hiiKlrnxm h;tn fully 1,-opf  ���������|iaro with tbo Kro'.vlh of lhe territory, and lias now miched proportions'whet!'  tho company fool that It eon only bo taten care of by a factory actually on  iho Rt-offnd. In mldltjon 'o the prcuept busjnes? of ib*> Moonry <'<i. tin-  new factory will aiaif fau?! ove'f thft ^ilatlnR bu8lnoH.i ot tho Rinlih Co.  whicli la of vory conBldorabln proportlona, ������o thnt it I* oxpooted thnt iho  new factory v;IH at. onto bfe taxed to in i������tmo������t projiorlloii*.  Mr. W. C* Moonny llio Vleo Pr^ufdenl of lb* Company, wli������> b,i<r h,'������n  manager'of tbo Winnipeg factory, U now lu Vancouver and will hav*' i \i nun  ot the rMtrgnnUatl.w work.  Some Could Qualify  Mirier Interlor.ul.oi', cnn you tell ..mo  why tx prohibitionist could novor succeed in o. lawyer.  No, I cannot, Mr. Tnmbo, Tell ub  wb:t ?  Becauso bis���������buoophb dopendu upon  his Btinullng nl, tho bur,  . .,Tho Church and the Woolly West  Bishop William C. Bonne, of tho  Protestant Episcopal Diocese, of Albany, New York, follows the English  fashion of his church and signs IiIb  name William, of Albany. >  Doano, I wish you lived in Buffalo  -instead of Albany, ho was told one  day by Bishop Potter, of New-York.  Why do you wish that? asked William of Albany.'  - Because, replied Potter,   then   wo  could call you Buffalo Bill.  ,. Old But Alert '>���������  Alvop Augustus Adce, assistant  Bo'crb.tory of state for this country, la.  In his seventieth year, but age Una uo  terrors,-for'him. Ilo can bo seen  almost any day rushing around Wanh-  ington on a bicycle with his white  whiskers "(vavlug In.the wind.  After You Leave Office  Breathe deeply.  You need clean air.  It will make you over.  Especially  If  you  are   dono to   a  frazzle.  You should use your lungs to refresh you.  Take the air-bath as frequently ai  you would that of water and soap.  ,You will find It as refreshing as a  drink "of milk or a dip in salt water.  ���������Kan:.as City Star.  After the Nightmare  One of tho things that must irritate a delegate is that when,ho gets  homo the neighbors think ho has  been enjoying a nice summer vacation.��������� Washington Star".  ���������X' ''  Ana we rod  young man  Did that'young man kiss ymi last  night.  Motbtr, do you,suppose Unit ho  came all tho way iip bore just to hear  me slug-?���������Cornell Widow.  A Sailor Governs Railroads  l'l'fincls K. T.itiu', who, ns n mom-  bor of the Inters!nic Commcrco Com-  mlfiMoi., helps to govern tho railroads  of the country, Is lu reality a Bailor.  Whenever ho K������l������ Hifl ohaneo ho  jiimpH Into n millbout and handles the  sboetH blniBolf.  Baiting Her  Wim'. tiro you cutting out of lb������  pnpci'?  About a California man securing a  dlvoroo boeiuiHu IiIb wlfo went through  bis pockotw.  Whnt nro you going to do with It?  Put It In my poekot,���������Boston Transcript,  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper  10'1  Dl- v,c\iH was seirel lng for nn  est man,  i'liul n Bub'.irbnnlio who will toll you  in ronl opinion or ontinlrv llf������ 1������  vlutor. wn adviKod.  Keif wild Ins dep.uii.'.i (>������ .ippi'j <���������������������'  gi\':ilt,*������t teat of nil. -lliiippi'ji ll;������z-  ii'ir.  Then and Now  .,., i..   ,       .    ,  i     i.,  ....        . ......���������    --..-.    ......   r,.    ���������   i   band a dunce. You're Improved  wonderfully, Jack, b!k������ snid, if. ihey  s.it down. Jlon't ynu remember ho\y  you tinoil to tour my iln'ss'.'  Yon, ho replied.     1 wanu't lmylng  th'iii then.���������BoBton Transcript.  Vhe   Better Pnrt )  \\'Wi>- -Paw,   wlini   li   Hi"   n������<*    ot  (IlK-rif-tloii? ]  Pnw   -The period when n man can't J  have  li  i;ood  ttnn)  v.-lthout   noff-ilng  ftir It Iho noxt morning,   Cincinnati  Knqttlror.  In nf.r������������N niifl nn Ifm alnnc Ihu huffy  lii-.wiiiibly It whipped. But In real  VI* tbfi bii'ly of'<������n wins  A highgradc chew for  those who want nome-  ���������Irhinrtr   UtMrtr-r  tfion   iitJiiql  *.-+,m.4w**.*^        ^v-V*-***' v^*.****..     ������ j -.,-������-* i - ���������>  "Empire Navy Plug" ia  an exceptionally choice  chewing tobacco ��������� rich,  tasty and lasting.  You are sure to liko  "Empire Navy Plug"*  MX L1VR DKAI.KRS HAVE IT-  ASK YOURS.  Jo  mmiiitmittm  L zj^vsr-r'V-Jirrsrr  -z���������- *-i- -*~,~ziii_��������� ��������� ���������"" ���������      '  ^^.Mv^fcuftiKsn&^-^R^ai  5cse������~sS;-  ������J  '.v^vv  SAYWARD. LAND  DISTRICT  District cf Steward, Range -,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Elina������ia j j|  CdmbePlandlKannaP, by my agent, George Yer :B^  T     .    -f. ,*������������������������������/      dier.oi Campbell JRWer.Y. J. occu ;Jsfrlf  Vu������:w^r.g   Company.   [^Upn ^arr^d wo^a?1, ^te^ds to;  -   fj.-iiv.linv-'in'nd  T'fiTtffi  ..L:- '.;-iliiD������>rlBiJ|ll nu������8  Tuesday  by  the  vili"������ot hold 'itselfU'PlV for permission  to  purchase  ' he opinions of oth- the folio* i*g dworibod lands:  " {Zi-o-  -;.' Appear in its columns  " to i'u lie  lands:*--      \WfM  ���������^ plan'ed j|(0  af   >nt   PiFil 1 &V4I  Cor&mencinjj at a po  , noa* th,e N. K.  corner $( lot Sol  !rtb������vnci������ eputh 1.0 ehniaB (tec) thence  easl JO ohains .(lent more or lew to  %;r^DA-Y   SE?T  -25 101-2jkbe point   ?f ci>mt������onc.em.������nt ,con  1  i .id  '  .U'.-U  j'.as-  ,Cu  '...U'H.  ���������  r:ll'h  WC?    i  .;.-������.-.,, Liad District  ' -.<': ,v t of Cciru������:.  !'. \\  '.'!' '1-7. that Mary Thulin of  ���������>. V. u: .-'.p.ition nriarrierl   woi.-nn  t ��������� ���������i������p,y (or per.n.^tian  Ui |mr-  '."���������  fiitVi(>.v".n|; de-icribi d  l.nuL-.:���������  n poi:   ivanird  lit   the  :r  of  iaiiiing'20ac?e8iiwent.y^   mor.e or  KMNZRIAnANtfASr  Name of Applicant  Date March 26th, UU2.' '  -L  ! \ 0.  ���������;4JJU<  v  >'i cl:r.ins. ihu-nce west .',o  >,, .    ��������� _i-   v ah ?o ch-un-, nice or  w ->;.- i j ' ;_% ihcoce .i'<M>y tlie *l:arc  '-������������������''-,���������. ,>-nore  ''i-  less to pJriC* of  ii.ti.^' '^mi.i.ning   soo .icfijs'mojc oH  Sayward Ivnnd District  "District of dost  Take nuti.ee tlmt Isabel ..MoKen  ny. of Vanc'-uvor, IJ. 0.  occupation spinster, intends to apply fo:  permission to purchase tho follo\\  ing described hm,d^:-r-  f    Commencing at a post   planted  cue mile east  of the   south-wett  ;GEORQE V WtEB" t    COmev ol lot 550,'tlience we*t   80  Agent for Mary Thulin   ^^ ^^  ^   ^ --^j,  .thence > east   SO   chaius,   thtyict  '���������[north ,40 chains to point of com  menocrnent, containing 320 acres,  mor* pi* less.  Isabel'MclCohny/  :Nn'������������e QJf Applicant in fnl.i  J Kobort Hanr.y (jfaejlnat, A gen*  Date March 12th, 1912.  pate, August 15th, 1912  Sayward Land"J$st������ict.  liisti ic.t of Go.v������)oy.  -..TAKE NOTICE that Charles/FMin,  . j,' I.iind, !> C, occupation   ny&rtcbac,t, in-.J  {if.f';:h.ii-.  apply lor   permission'lo  pur-  ,.c-l-���������������������������'������������������-. tbo il>c following c'escnb.ed laml:���������  ,Cr..'--..'v,enci:ig:it ;i post planted ^nlivowtis  i"-''\  ..t ihe north-east corner of T. L"  /IJUKs   iKenco   west So  chains, thence  f.:.'c,-ii chYms. thence east   So chains,  ';��������� vi.n shore line, thence''.south jpphejps  '���������ior-i cr loss along shore line' to place of  ,. .-:���������.:,:,i(: 'ing containing i6q acres more' or  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent, for Chsrlcs Thulin  I,..!:..   Ao^USt ,14th,    I9I2  ';Sa>vard Land Disiria.  District of Co.njo-t.  -T.VKK NOTICE ihat George Verdi-  ' pr, '-f Lund, U-Cv, tQccupiiti^  .jn-.-j.-^-i. to apply for permission  to  pur-;  (i.'uu-: the fallowing ^described,   landsi^'  ���������C::-r1n>2nr:i;j;.! at h   post  planted .at   tli?  ,';....iii west corner ol Lot 57,thence nprfh  ���������������������������t ch lino to the shore hns. ihence follow  .-..: \\\-< the sh -re line-ground .the point to the  i>,use oi beginning. -.    .  -GEORGE VERDIER ���������  .. "      :'���������':., APPl^nt  -p.y.c August,14th, 1912  .Sayward '-:Land District  District s>l   Comox.  TAKE notice that Elinyria Han  ns-Q, ��������� \$i$rried:    woman     Camp  bell   River,   B. C,    intends    to  apply lor p^rqjission  to purchase  tho   following described   land :���������  Gomroencing at & post planted at  the south east corner   of   Lot   No.  ���������35.1, thence south ,15. eh������iti'3   to Iht  north west corner of Lot,376, then  co oaet 20 elmins to the short? lino,  thenre along the shore line   to   the  place 0^ commencement, Gontiiin-  ing ilSQ aores more bt less.  ;' ' * ��������� ���������     ELINYR1E; HASH AN- --  *" ~~~f-t6eorgQ-������erdJerr-Agent  Dated July 22wd, 1911    :  Sayward- Lane! District.  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE   that   Fred Tb.ulin,  t*f Lund, ll.C.,,occ,up...ition   merchant, in-  lends i') apply for  .permission   to   nur-  ,<;>..o-'>   the .ftjllowin^. described   Und:���������  ,(' t lyr.enc'mg at a Jp;)^t  planted'at  the  ������������������-; -rr^easi (j'.Qr'ner.pf Timber   Le^je  No.  > i-i'ji, thence  \ye=t  89   chains,   thence  an :;h %-,> chains, thence e.\st 80 chains to  ihe h\v.na line, thence   fallowing shore  \-.r\i nonh g.)vch.iin������, j.i^ore orjle?* to th*  iii.ic:: of ingiir/iiiat; containing   640 acres  ioore or less.  GEORGE VEkDIER  Afient for Fred T^lin  jD'tie August If.h, 1912  ic  ���������"LIQUOU (^CIC'lvlSliiACT.'-"  .(Section 48)  NOTIGE is Iiereby Kiven, that on  jitiwl.iy  of 0.:t'?ber   next,   application  *w. 11 h'- mul'i to the   Suii-irinieiuluiu   of  J'oviacul Police for the Iran-.for  of  the  j|i.:eone I'or lljj bale   of   liquor \>y ^retail  ,i ,1 1'. 1 ti.j >,) i!)J pro.n i >'. !< 1������ vij is*   the  Willows Hotel, situate at G;in>pbcll Kiv-  p.?, VtiaUh Columbia, froin Clnrle? Tl>u-  J,n anil I:>ner:ion   Hano.in   to   C;l).i>'lcs  '1 liuiin, of Campbell River, lSrilib!^ ChI-  jiiinbi.1.  Dated tins i.|th day of Sept,, 191 a  THULIN & IIA'NNAN  lloldti-.' of Licence  / IIAkLE.S 1IIULIN  A|.i|/lic.int for Transfer  vjaywtud Land   District,  Distviut of S:\yw..rd  TAKI'.  notice    lliat  WiUi'iin  J Ull'ji fii'i.soii, nl V;hh:-)-iv m*. n'.'-  /jtipiUo.i, p-.tiu'er, into,1 I; t)   apply for  p'l'tiiis'iion   to    jiui'chaHc  llm tuUo'-vm;; (leiici'ibi'd' landr: ���������  ^Co.'iiiii'.iHMii^ nt ii post jili.n;lcd 'Vi  vc]i."iMs oasi of the north e;.'.jt (,or-  n'rv (jl'Tiiiilii.T la-cciiso 3232, tlicit-  11. i-\ ,:l  "Ui tdlliius.     tllCIHC    J'.oilth  .���������,j v\: 1:.',;���������.-. t',.<"lltf,i' \.?frt 9.0 chainh.  llieiice norlh t',o   chains to point  f)i   Comin.-iKcuicai,  ,\<) u. :ri'-i'iin.H'''' or b.-s*  t nun W'U i  COUNTY COURT OP NANAIMO !|pj  HOLDEN AT CU^iBERLA N P.     ,R?|  In ihe goods of Jumes   Murphy, Wm\  deceased intestate, ������ ������&&;i  TAKE NOTJCJC that hy ordor of  Hi* Honor Judge Barker mado in  th������j aboYu court on the 4th dny oi  Seplciphor 1912, the midsreintici:  w������p f ,. ointed administrator of th  esti''- of Jiiraes Murphy, de  oo-i J, who dbd at Rock Jl.iy 01-  M   , 7th P.H2, jrttestnlo  11 accountH ngninat tlw  estu'e  Mid all accounts duo   the oslatc  muBt !be prcPMited  and   jwil,   10  tipoo'.ively on or   beforo   the   15th  dr.y of October; 1,912  W W. Wiiliird,  Offiaiid AdminiiMiutor.  Cuinb^rh'.nd, B.-C  (jo u n ty co 1; rt o k n a n a i m o  IIOI.DJCN   AT  GU'WHEK-LANJ).  Iii tlie goods of  Albins   Juazap  Q\ituh dcoeiipcd intestnto.  TAKK NOTICE thnt by ordor  of Ilu Honor Judgo Marker imdc  iji tin* abtttrc cf'tirt on tlio -lib tiny  of Sopiembcr li)12, tbe und/uri-ii'i)  wiih Hppointfd adininisiriiUir of the  t'Htnte nf Albins JumpovUcb, do  I't-H'ti. il,wbo jvub kllhid a' No.7 UlilK.  />n May UUi, J012, intoctult)  mr-mm* a.i A**w*t *-***/���������" n*K*av*tJtt**v* ������m������k  Foriii Of Moiicu.  Notice i������ hereby given tliat !10  days aflor ditto I mtund lo upply  to ilio llonuui'iihhi Minister of  Lands for 11 license; to prospect for  coal and petroleum under the  l'oreidi"i'e'and tinder Iho witter on  die lundh in and opposite the following dt'ccribeil binds i-i!niited in  llnpi'i't I)iBtrii't:"(!niniiien<,in[r, a  All accounts auninut tbo e4atc|���������t u |io������t pbutted 01. tins wa beiu'b  and nil  accouritB   dlto   lh������   cMuU' L   |,inh water nmi'k utthe   iiib'1'  inuHl be presented nnd puil n-.-'piji.!-1, i(,,,ti������������������   ,������('   St.������ii(iiiH   M   and 10.  lively tin or befoio tbe Ifilh day of ]'p().v���������,',,!,, ������jt   ]M.,rt   Mi'-Ntdl,   R������-  October 1012.  \V. W. Wn.uitn,  iH'i'i I 'ist r 11  Olllei-tJ  Aitiiit)i:'t'ator  ii'  Cuniberlnnd, li. (!.  i-'iajw.'tnl Line) District.  OiHirittli <>f Sa vivitid.  TAKI' uo'tco tli..'. N'ioliobiH Ki^b-  cr, ol Vuu.souvcr, B. C, occupation  lil'.'Si wilti;!  ; tb'-nt'o  norlh  llfty-  rliaitiH    more <o less to  mail'  LSQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  HAILWAY.  PUBLIC    NOTION   U   beicby  given   that   tbe   K-quiiriuli    and  Naiiitimo Hnelwuy   Com puny  did  on thu niiietieab day of .January,  11)12, dcponit in 'be Lnnd Ueui-'iry  Ollitto in the City   <. 1'   v'i(.<ovin,   in  the I'rovineo id llritbdi,Colombia  plan, jirolilo nnd book of roieri.Mit'o  nhowincj ibe lovititun <tf  il������   pro  poned Hoe of ruilwity from   Black  ()nok In Oampl.iill    lliver,   Van  couver liduiK-1,   1 eing    Mile -I'.) to  Mile 72.'���������>, ns   iipprnvod   bv   liie  Monrd of Itoilwny   t^omtiiiHrionerH  for Can ad 11.  UATlOf)    tbiH   tweiity-fiecorid  day of J innnry, HM2.  W.  \i\ S/.I.sllUHY,  !ii ereiiiry,  i).  Soyward Land District.  DiKtrict'ot Sayward.  TAKE   NOTICE-that  Murray  CSorhiy, of   Viotorin,   occupation,  bioker, intend������ to npply  for per  iniimion to purobiiPO tho following  deiorihul lauda'.-���������  Couimoiicing al u pont planted  nt the N. E. comer of Lot 37(1,  thence wed, 20 chain*, Ihence  nortli 20 chains to f horo lino,  thonce following Bhoro lino oiinter-  ly and uotilhorly to point of com-  nioticonient'i containiug 00 itcrou  more or histt.  MUHIIAY 0011 LAY  Name of applicant in full.  Date March 27lh, 11)12.  .iii the   it'iiili  1(i)i()   ot   ,'on   MeNi'il   ILirbor;  ihei.eo  r.ilh.win������tl-.oRMiheii...|iiti|������  ter marl: around llm ln-wl  '.,,.,,     nl'"   fi'llllllllllM'W  in  muli wat  11  1  iim  u,;itaiv.it!r; Llerit, in' i:.v\v t������ :������t������p >" '���������" i"!r'ni"  and is   be- U<ni to purebftre ll.p  foiRowing do  1 iinVf  Plated ibi* Nth day of Ajuil l������l������  ,,1.  C  1111'lf-nc! 1,11  it.  11  WI U.I AM  J\M"S(������IIi.SOM  S  Maurice (Jartcr, Aj-i'iH.  Jiyte Atij������ust3isl��������� i<ii.i  t^.W. .*m,.-ftfm*.  LOUSAlr^  ti>OiU  AiHiws-* letter^ drav;������i  I'L   N������*������  Iff.. \',,c.  ,������������*'i*A#f*f***>  ].'OU SAl.K-ThoKoiiMi IJii^l  ,,o.*l|.l..i..Maiih������! tmrib.v.rii-.t-.-jt..,ni,.rot Marypoi-l Av-miio iiik,  iter .4 I'. 1.-".W2,  luting Lul,   t,t\>\ ^lM.������������������d St., with building,    l-'rin  ..     1      ��������� . 1   ������  Mi*n, Hiiuin������ will (^ivo Iobhouh  ni llio p'ai.o nl her lmiiho in .lor-  111-iilem, formerly owned by Mr.  JamoH Ktewnri, on nntl after  Mm i'h lib���������until thon in Citmpiih  ii.-iial,  m !ar**MM.-iiWt*mm ������#*������n<j������fNM* a*m** iiiiywiinnwi mm*****',*m*vmam������**#**  0. H TARBt-LL     i  thenci' o'tKt 20 cbuin-', li.i.'i-te 'ioulh  ���������JO obaiua, lliMiico w������i't lo   point of  H' ���������    ,    ,        1 i    ,    i.i   I,   Xlfi  '���������!,. !* > i'i <���������   I l-"������i  ���������yif'.i',!. 1 Ut'.ir.-U-lt-.a. 'Ml.   >��������� !   ' ���������'��������� ���������'���������  ?i'.)2r,.li(),    Apply ������< tlti������ ollleo or  \>. i). lhix ii-.ll Vaneouver.  1,, ..pi ,..,.,,1,      rtiir ^l.Otllfe. ulonj. tin* oourH.'of  Mid river 10 I  ��������� *''J *' * -' i 1 , f _ ,   , _ , t. . ,   i      /,     . i  aaii  t\*���������*>  .m-,1',1  ��������� rf]y   I)   .  Uf :.'.*  \iii\iit ni ciiuitii;'..c.:tn' a',   f',u,l  tui: in;', HO ui::t"i iiu.ri* or le  '.Mtti.ilo 'i.i White Hii"'-r.  Njp.i^!..1. ��������� Fi?*.!.:;,  ������, Mnutiti- V, 1U1, t.y;-.-i  D.l'l:   / tlgltei   'Ha'., iil.m  '���������!--''���������'���������{ I;*.   lUi'itt  Diiit'tih   U-mrilv.  ���������'.".'.   ���������',/',. !!iu,(imt!nvli!.i.'.ii''wi'H'wli"i"  '     *        -    i-.i-.t*','.*   ������������������yKl/.-:|i.    1"..-X:.i.i     rill''  -"��������� ������������������.-.'n;. ������lin������iil v.iiii:. <;.' i\in  .,l',il.tl nml llirilii ft; ri';;. li,.  ;;i,..l Vt'tfiUnmti, KmlntM*. W/h-i  t-,*ma '<������<-M*f ���������������'**��������������� ������''*������>'%������*imm������.**������������ Hm-myam* \nm  iM''-il  HIGHfiRADE  An.! nil XITCHKNr.UTENSIL.B  Sportsmens Goods  atul  ;'^:;i!lpili:|||| Gencrei Hardware  Bay waul Land Diattict  DiBtrict of fiitywnril  TAKE NOTIOK I hut I'orcy A.K  Wotul. of Victoria, nectip.ttion.broi  ker, iutetidH to npi ly for pormibKien  to ptirchnwt the following divcribeii  huid,:: ���������  Ooiomcneitij.; al 11 ji^t phvn'od  ai, I hn i\. W. Corner of Lot 1(15,  thonco north 80 ohuiiiH, tlience wept  201'LoitiH to fdiorc, thenee number-  ly following whoro lino lo a point  rnitkin;', HO clmitiftHotithorly,tbeuco  (iuitcrly following t-horo lino lo  point of ceiniiionceioonl, (ontau.-  it������t������ HiO acref, moro or lew.  PKHCY A.E.WOO!)  Namo of Applicant jn full  Dole March 23fd, 1012.  Snywnrd Land District  District of Sayuaril  -TAKK NOTICE that. Kyvle 0-.  Syrnona of Victoria, occupation  (tontloniai), 'o'enda to . ivpply for  pormiufcion u. p>i. ,hnfo the hillosv-  ingdoijcrihi'd hind ���������- -  Uo.nmwncinp, utn poHl phuiled at  tho N. W corner of lot 810, thenco  south 20,,chains,' thonoo wont BO  clvtinp, thenco norlh JiO '.chaina to  shore lino, Ihence onnt followinc,  shore lino 80 ebaiiiH to point of  commencement, containing 280 ac  res morfc or Ichh.  KYU.LE. 0.8YMONS  Name of Applioant in fnll  Dalo March 20th, 11)12.  iMMWimMK *.-^������ mmvm'tmamm'mmm*mtamaam > ipwi*>. iinwii ������i������  FORM OV NOTICK  New Westminster Laud District  Diafiiict of New Westminster DC  TAKH NOTICE that I, Ilcuvy  ritjrv. u? ^ed������'ici. n <\ noo���������.  p.iiioit I'.uia^i, lulciid.'i to .'ipply  for permission to purchase the  following described Inmlsi������������������ Com  nivMieint? ut u post planted nt the  South-Knst comer, about oue  und a half miles from Lloyd  Point, iu Horn fray., channel,  thence 20 chains north, tlience  20 chains west, thence ao chains...  south, thence 20 chain"  east,  to  point of commencement, containing 40 acres, more o������" less.  HKKK-V- IM-HROY  Applicant,  Ul JULI.  IIIJMW1I  -imsKxw&ama&stiujt m.-  mmr**t*a^*!^*~mm.  LAN.tf   ACT  -Skyward Land District.  Bjisirict of.Coast  TAKR N.QT.ICE that William Harry  liurley pf Vancouver, B.iC, occupation  ���������Broker, intends  lo apply for permission  Io lease lhe fallowiing described lands:���������  [Commencing at a post pl������nied at  high  water mark about 40 chains east of May-  pier Point, Read  Island, ihence east 20  :ha-ns, thence south ,40 .chains,   thence  vest 20.chains, thence north  40   chiins  \o point of coromepcemsnt containing^'  {teres more or less.  WjILUAM  HARRV BURIjBY,  Name uf Applicant  Jeny Genastie, Agent.  ^Date May aSth, 1.913.  the' wews; ctrMEmLAtf������, ^fci^iSfi: (CCflypwetA..  N0HCB:ii .hervby given that at the  next me^tiugof tbe Board of License Com  ttuissiopcrs of tbe Oity of Cumberland, we  .inteL.d .to apply fur a leuewal if the hotel license -held iby us for tha Veudome  Hotel, situated oa Jot 5. block 3, Cumberland Towi&itd.  WILSON & BRA.MBXRG.  Dated this 7th day rf Nov., 1911.  NOTICE ii her.hy given that at the  next meetiug of the Board ft License Com-  miasiouera of the City of Cumberland, I  ntend to app y for a roiewal of tlio h >t-  el license held by me for tho Cumberland  Hotel, situattd on lot 1, block ti, Cum! er-  laud Townsite.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dnted this 7th day of Nov., 1911,  .NOTICE  ^Cumberland-  &   Union   Water  works Co., Ivtd.  ���������Sprinkling   will   be    allowed  (only two nights a, week, viz.,  ���������TUESDAY aud FRIDAY, from  [7 to 9 o'clock iu the evening.  Leaky taps must be attended  f!to at once.  Anv changes or   additions   to  (existing piping must be sanction  ed by the company.  Bv Order,  L. W. N.unns, Secretary.  [Cumberland, B. C. June   29th,\  ���������,l9l2.  [The Courtenay Hotel  .Every .convenience for guests.  The Ceatial Hotel for Sportsmen  [Atone but the Best of Wines and Liquors  Ut the IUr.  RATES REASONABLE    *  John Johnston,   Prop  ^^~H^4~HH^M^H"I~i~M^  %    Tl &  "u  *  A)  i  &  T3.  O.  O  -4X  * 'j  tl*  c  rt.  sz:  h  m  0  -������-  n  QJ  o  U  a  (A  w  "73  <L>  if)  ���������i-f  C-  V  0/3  <  bn  c  . rmt  -a  fm,     .  rt  *-.  O  if  co b������  WT  I  H  o.  H  *m  c  *  0  NOTICK.  ������  I  J  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  ifter dateapplica'ioa will-be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, li. C, for a lianster of the hotel license to sell licjuors by retail in the  hotel known is the Port Augusta Hotel,  situated al Coniox, Ii. C. fiom John  Charles Clarence to Amos Cottington.  John Charlks Cu\r<enge,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottington',  Applicant.  Dated M.w 15th, 1912.  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it. ,  PUBLIC  NOTICE  "  m,  ���������' NOTICE-jsJiereby given that  all. property owners, are requested to conuect their premises  with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, on or before  the 15th day of March, 1912.  and if said connections are noi  made by the above date, the Citv  Council will proceed lo couipleu  same at the expense of the property owners.  By order of  The City Council  A; McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 191 z  ROOMS for rent at Murinelli't  Rooming Ilousra, Derwent Ave-  FOR SAL,E-Three milk  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers iu calf, graded stock,  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  aud iour years. Apply to I).  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Union Steamship Co. of B. C. Ltd.  THE S.'s. COWIGUAN WIIX 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 m. (For Campbell Ri  ver, way ports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5p.n1.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change ..without notice.  DRINK  The purest and best'BEER, and  niade in Cumberland.  COPVRlSliT.   ,  ,      ���������nfii-i,  mm*.  m*t-.-  f  .Sayvcard Land Di trict,  Disiric: vi Sayward.  TAKF NOTICE that-.Channioa-StuEr  Duubar,  ot   New  York,    'Now    York  ���������-ccttpatiQ:i cl������rkj intenJ to apply for {.er-  minion  to puroha3e   tho   followiap ci3-  cribed laud>-; Coinnjeueing at a po>t j-iaat-  ed at u<>rth-east corner of lot 033,  thence  jorth S'l ch d is, thence   west <S9   cliaiofl,  thence south -SO   ehtiias, thnace   *ast   89  .iliains to p, int nf e->u.in "uct uibtit coutai:^  ug CIO ncris mrw-e orlet^.  ;   CHAINING STUAK.T":DUKB*5  F sliL'r jiLGaAias, A^out.  Oato Jur-o 23rd, 1912  Say Wiir.l 3^a-d .Di <n k<t.  ,^iJ^ Diit'ici if Sayward.  ������SS 'TAKE NOTICE that John Ar hur l)a-.y,  K\\ cf Xew Vork, New York, 'ccuputi< u clerk  O^ intoudi to aj'jily for permicsivu to pur  chaiO t.ho foil >\viui; dtfs^i'ilw'l lauds: ���������  Co!r.������!etioiiig nc v- po^t plaut.d ut lliu  ij(>utli-eai<t coruQi cf Lena 40. theuce  south ?0 chains, tlu'iice wes.t SO cbuitis,  thunce noith 80 chains, tin nee butt 81?  fcliiiii.H to poi 1 of comment).must cjuntni.i  ing lijij actea moi-e or lv.^s.  JU11N Alt'] HUH DALJ'  ���������Fisher'Jl. (.in-liitiH, A/,'e������t.  Dno Jiitia 2-ttb, 1912.  Kuyvsard Li.nU Uiitnct.  Hiatriot ot S iy���������aril.  TAKE NOTICE ih-t W������lter LkHtll  B'sr, .(if Kow Vurk. J^.v Ymi:  oocupatitm laborer, i.i^i.Jj 1:1 fw.ply  fo;- pcraiiiidiou 1.4 puiciiii-i.'il.t> folKni.-p  described laudu:���������0(>nii3vii������.y it *. [,-j 1  planted 320 chaina <v.i i ;u d HJ c'i-inj  north of the gouUi-sust cu ihi- uf Lvtma  ���������16, ihiHce pouih SOchjiiiis, iheuoe eist 40  ^huias thchoo li'iith .80 cl.ai<u, tlsti.ee  west 10 chains to point of C'>iiiaa������������c.uieijt  coiitdiuiug 320 actus ramo or In. r.  WALTEK UKL'JSLL rlE.S'J'  Fishor M-.Crhjskiii^ A^nw.  Date Junj2it.il, 1912.  .Ssy-Aaril Laud Diitr^.'t  District ni Seward.  TAKE NOTICE that GhnrJe., l\uny oj  Vauoouver, B C; occupation coutrao'e^,  iptend-i to apply i-jv peruwssiou tJ jjur-  olwse :he follow iug dwciibcd. lands:���������  'Jommer.ciiig at   a   pout  planted   at   th.;  ^iouth oast corurti of lot 578, thonci west  ii) chains, thenco south 81) ciiiiiii, thvi.ee  cant -to chaina, tiKtco uorh 80 o'.iaiuu y>  yoiut of comcnvnocinent coa'taiilintf &i*i  .teres more   or lew.  ClI.UU.ES J'SNXJ  F.shcr   M. G^skioa, A.es.*.  Dated June 19 h, ltTi'2.  UllillllHIIIIiaililUlliiUIIIIIUIIHI!  UyiHIIiyilllllBlllllll^^  To whom it mny coucem:���������  This is to notify the public i  Ihat all freight charges on bonded goods cleared, at Union Bay  for the Comox Valley muflt be  paid before-goods can be torward  fid, By order  Canadian Collieries Diinsmuir]  ���������Co,-|  NOTICE.  TKNDERS for tho  renting-of  llnt'iiritoii rai'in, Sandwick, will  ll������ I'CC'MVcll ll|>   tO    AllgtlBt    Olrtt,  1.01 ii.     All partidulni'H to ho had  from h.R, Ollffo, Sau.liclc, B. C,  Tbu ItigluiHt oriiiiy tondor not  jiccwsarily nccoptotl.  LuciiiA R. ClifTo.  suran  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Arc Insured against sickness and  accident?  Liability, Burglary and Automobile Insurance.  MOVING ?  Pianos anu  Fukniturk  freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5-7  Windermere Ave.  ORDEUS TAKKN VOR NUT   COAL  for information write the  Vancouver Island  Insurance  820 fort Street       -  ^</#umtuuuitintuumtiimir^:iinimuwuiUiUimiiuuuuiutmmLtutuiiiiui4iiirt!uttt!ittf  Co.,  VICTORIA B.C.  Suywiud Land District.  DiHtuctofSityuard,  ��������� TAKU.NOTICB tint Ci.arhs llonry  Suvwa'.d Land J)i������tricb  JJistricl <pf Sayward  TAKB NOTItlE tlmt William John  Whiting ot New York, N. Y.. oecupviimi  Knttlneoi'/intoudfl to apply for ponnisnt.111  to puroha^o the following described lumln:  ��������� Oouiincnoing at 11 poet plnntud DO (.'huiic  Mimtli ard UO oh iim < ast from the 101II1  east cornoi'flJ l-t 570 (on poi>t u<"4) thonoo  north 20 ohiiiii, th nuo wtwt -10 clmiiiH,  theueo south 20 ohum?, thonoo on ot !!0  vlnt'iu to poiut of c mmoi-eomcnt 0'������u-  Uiniug (10 UC'Oi mnro or k>^.  William John Wuiti-xo  Fiflhur  M, GuBliiii', Afjcnt  D,itcdJuue 23rd, lllli!.     ' '  Ikiit-,  \t  Now York,  N.Y.,   cooupalion     ^  _  Hiilnannn, i-t-iidi to npply for pennbHiou p0"Bt piuutu-l n-Uio south oiwt cornor  Suywiird I.ti'd Diutricl.  DlnW'Jt of Bayvurd.  TAKB'NOTICK- tint Itnry Alfred  Ho fl, of Now York, Now York, occupH'-  oil olootriciftti, iutondo to apply i'ii- pevuiiu  Moil to punnlti'lon to puroliii-o fit) l'ollowr  icg donoribod landu: .-('oimuoticihu; nt u  cf  fi  FOR SAMJ-Hdisou 'Home'  l-'honttgraph nnd 4 dozen '1  niiimte rceordn; will sell chenp.  Ap]>ly Ciunborland News Oflice,  I  M  8-  p  Change of twlvort.lsotnentfl will  not \k received ut tliia oHlce later  than ist o'clock noon  on  Tues  duys.  in  1  ���������������������  hi  ���������fl    a*.  5.-. 'a  tl   v    I<  O    m      O  a-  ti  ������!  <i  "  rl ii   ta  .     m  . i*  I  Hf  m  "i  m\      *-  t, ������  ���������i  TKAOHKU WANTlipfor Min  to imljlitJ school. Sal������ry 875.00  lieriiiontlt, Applv to Alox 80m  ttrville, Huowtnryi Mlnto. B. C.  ��������� tm.ntmw.rn*  FOR BAl*U--M������rincUil* room  injrU'������u3c on I)<'i'",',"f AvHitif.  Good pitying litislntw. Hini cxncl*  lout location. "Fur ptirtienlus  npply to V. Mariut'lli, Dervvent  /^np, City.  "   5  Vt ������  fi  ti '������  D a H  M -S P  ������*%*  * [ a  ...    mf   ^4  Ti w b  v. 10 i,  Ui fC, xti  ���������S i*  i ���������?  g \i  11  H  t  4^  ���������mm    *'  ���������  U  f  Sm  ���������0  *  s  If  tf)  ���������1  '-bl  1 a  V  ������  NOTICE  A ny person or pornoii8, entting,  rumovinp; or tivking nny bUdtu,  Um bor or wood, of any descri plied n  jijlonging to tlio Wellington Col-  ilory Co'y., or from or off tho lnnd  uf tlio Biiid Ooinpnny, or imyono  tipping vul)bi������li of any description  nnywlutro n|K)ii Hie conipnuy'it  land will bo proriocutod to tbo full  cxttMit of tlie law.  W. In t t^ui^uW,  tionoral Alunagttr,  Wellington Colliery C(������,y.  to purolmao Uio foUowing diHuribod laiuUi  CoiiiuoLolug at u p'Ht platit<-d nt tbo  nortU-oiirtfe ooi'iior of lot 5D1, thonco north  !20 hn:.ti������, thomio went 20 olminfl, thc'ico  nouth !i0 elm ns, tlionoo on������t 20 clininu to  point of comnionceiiii'tit' contulning -10  iummu moro or Johh  rllARLKM IIKNKY B1JBT  l'\slidi- M, UankiiiM, Agent.  D.leJutioilOh, ltll'2.  Snywurd Liintl Diitrlot,  Uiutrict of Hnywaid.  TAKK NOTICK tl.ifttioortfo Btuoltc, of  Now York, Is. Y., oconpiition  onuinin-r,  intonil.1 to tipply ftr loimiuKi hi to pur.  oli uso   tho  follmviiii;   iloiorlhul liui'lfii���������  (,'nmino, cing nt it pw.t p'uiitril 20 oiuiiu  Himth of thn noi'lli-ouhl coinot' ���������>( lot Ml,  thunon uitut '.)0 ohuinii, Uimii.-- north  10  dnilm, tliOnco  wo*t  20  ohiiini,   Miuik'o  HotUli 40 oliiiinn lo point of e<vo.jj.irneo-  niunl conuiii ng to iiiriM ui' ro or Iw-,  liKOUfiK STUtKK  I'ihhcr M. Lluhkiiin, A^otit.  J.:: 7\-V" lf������**i. t������lt,������  tlio north won!) ijimtrtcv of lot, M3, thence  iOoUiiiiiHouKt, tlionuo 40 ohuiiiH in tli,  thonou 40 ohuiun wuhI , tlmtioj 40   uliuin.i  nuutli top'iiUuf (jiimnK'iU'OiiU'ut C'Uituiii-  itig lOOairoa moro or 1 mi  IIknuv Ajifuku IJk.-'*  Fuller M. (.uHliin-', A,4:cut  Dated JUHoMt**, 1012.  Huywnnl Lnnd Diutrict,  Dlulro* of fliiwttul.  TAKK NOTICK tlmt William John  Hullivmi, Nov/ York, N. Y., oooiipntloii  olork, intotulH to opply for purmi ii'oii t'  purohdio tho folio \\\m ffil) folloA'in^ d������������'  orlbid IuiuIhj- ���������('(iuiiii<iiioii'K ul ix \nm\  plantoil 10 olmiii't aoutli from llio couth"  duiit. cornor ������f lot (">7lt (on pout f������71) Uionoo  linrtli till clmiliH, thciicn nmt S3 nlmini',  Ihoncii fiiiutll HO uluiim*, tliimoo ������c������t SO  chain*, to point of aimiitntnouui'Ut (ion-  taii.iuK OK) iio.m moio or \wn.  WILLIAM JOHN SULLIVAN  FidiorM. t.ltinUiiii', Aki'i.I.  PatoJurioSUt, )D12,  Sayward  Land Diutrict  Distr ct of^Sjywtird  TAKE KOT1CK that Myrtle Bounet-te,  f Vuuco'uver, occupatiou   Nuroe, iotentlri  ro apv'y for penuiuniou to  purulntc   the  followiug JyiiL-nbcJ  l������udi>;���������tjomunjivcw^  a.t i jjosf, plnntud nt the   roith caat cornor  of-iwt-Q81,-thencc e^t���������AO.cliiiiua.^tljfen^e.-,,  ihence north  40   chuiug,   thei.co   \Veec  ���������10 chaius,   tlience   eouth   40  chaius   to  yoiut. of   coiniuoticeuifcut  contaiuing   1C-S ���������  iionsj moro cr i03s,  MYRTLR JJONHT'lTE  Fisher M. O^nkiud, Agout.  Dated Juno HUh. 1912.  Snywurd Land ])i������lnct  Diri'riot cf .S ywmd  TAKE NOTICE lint Jcs-jph He;i-y  U;or i.f Now York, oconpiliiii Suliflojii'.,  inti'iuls lo upply for pci'miwiuu to pu^  chuHo tho foilo.-.iug diB-jnb-j.l lun<lQ:-r-  t'onujienoiuff (it. a pout [jljuti-d 00 oha u.i  weat and ttn cluiiifc north of tbo humtk  nut.t corner of )-:ue 40, thouoo norlh 'Hi  chiii.-.s, Ihciio-'.uiint '20 ohainu, thenc s.-utn  ���������JO ciniiiiH, thyut'o woit'JIIc>ih:uh to l^illit  of coniinniiceni'jijt contuiiiing 40 uoic<  .noic or Itfls.  JosKPn >f������MitY Bauh  Fishor M. GimkiuB, Agou-'.  DuU-d June 23th, 1912.  Snywnrd Land Distriot  1) ttrict of eSiiywurd  ��������� TAKIC NOTIUK Unit JuuiiMi Bfruori  Dunn of Now Yoil:, N, Y.p oauiputl-Jii  rt!ii'.hor, inUi.di to uyply for pormi^lou  K> ptiroliiifjo liu- following doeoi-ibud luutl :  '���������Ciiiiitioiioinn at ii pobt p'rtlitod K.t thu  iuiitii oiint cornoi' of lot I5S3, Llitaco aorlh  iii.) u'luii.ni, t'lcuco went SO dniion, thcuou  No.itli 80 olmiuM, theueo e-nioSO oiiutiin to  p mt of oiMiiiuericoou'iit conlliiiiiHff UiO  .ii'ios moro or l������tn.  JamBU BliUNAKI) Uuss  Fii.lii'r M, GimIiIiih, Annit.  Illilod Juno24Ui,  1012  Sayward Land District.  l.>lnli-lot <>t Say wind.  TAKE NOTICE  thd John  LcauunJ  Hyiwiof New Yjrk,  Now York, oooupnti'  ii ' if.ki ;���������, iiikmU lo n;>ply for p> rinifuij  to purvliiUio llio purahiMU tint fo||ouin|,;ik'.  Hoi-.hnd   ln������i.l������:���������t'uiniTKmoiiiK ut   n pni-l  pluotod i\t Uio not th-iiaut aornor of tho  iio.'th "'mil iiwnrtor of lot fit'j, theiioo o������Ht  80 cliuiim, llionco ttoi'tli 10 oh'iiliK, lluii.co  wuit HOi'htiiiiM, thoiu'u nouth 40 cliuiim to  point of coimiiuin.'Oiiioiit. conhihiiiiK  'J'S)  noion inoru oi W:t,  JOHNLE0NARUHYAN.  Kiihur M, OankiuH, Ag������nt,  UaloJuiiu'JUHi, 'l'Jl'J.  amt*mm.m*l  811HSOIUlUS VOU Tl! K N KW'B  NOTXOE.  Hiding on loeoiriotivng and   rail  way earn of  tho  Union  f'olliory  Company by tmy  pornon  or  pt-r  3on���������������-oxcttpt tail! ofiiv;��������� iiHUi'icliy  piobl! xUx{,    Maipluyjc:!   'to  ���������i'L.  toe totii-itniwil for allowing tain-  by ordur  W. ht COUI.SON,  t,)CW)i*\ M/ijifljyr.  I",  BiiywMd Lund Uint iot.  ���������'    Hmtrint of Hiywuril.  TAKKNOt'loli i|������t Ooorgo Uharlui  . -.! N.'.���������.<���������   /.������������������i'. V V ,   ocnni.tnni  olork. IntvndH to dpp'y for pcrmimiioi ti  \iuroliiisotho fol owiirtdowiihcd Itiutlni -  (7omiiiiii.alt.gut ������ pout i lu/ti'd 40 clniun  wont and 2') cli.iiim li-ith ��������� f llm noi t'i eimt  Sitywnrrl land Disstiiet  District of Sny ward  TAKE notioo tbat, Juhn Ca������������  sidy,    of    IHuw    Yorl;,   TS   Y.,  unctip.'tioii     Kiremaii,      intends  .      .   , , lontiplv  for porniisnioii  to  pur-  huyw^ra Unit u.ntuti. .        u ,   ,     . .       '.    .  TAKK NOT1C13 thnt William Auunuwtj laicln:���������C'oiiMJUMK'ing    at   ft   post  BlHlichufl, it Newark. TS.Y ,tw\\fi. ..liintjil 5J0 chains sowlh   and   HO  tion ch'rk, iiituiulu to ipply for |iinii:iinoii    ,   , ,   , ,, ,  to puudomi tho   following   ^'H.'rilH "iwu'^ ^t "I lhe norlb corner of  liiiid:���������Coiiiiihui'Iiir; nt   it    pn.'it |-hin1iil; i"t <������n% n.������ ������in    ���������  ���������".   ������-*<-.:������������������!." t'j  aOcb������lr.nw.ntniiiH(K-li������h/iiM>.il. ������l't'������"L.,,lt hnt|tKlrv of   U   WI,   '.llOHCtt  north' wont corner ���������������' lot SW, lli'iiM'wotl ���������. ...  nOoh-ni.mornn.-h.v.   lo 1,1 Ml, .1,,,.^! ""l'' M ^'"*<   ,hc,,cti   wA   M  nuitli yOchaiuu to  won mm *'' cn"iim nun -��������� *���������- ��������� -��������� i       ���������" ��������� ��������� "   " "    '    '",.'. ,, i .....   , f  , IfiillS   tlti'lU'tt Hut tli   U0 C'llUtltB tt)  M(BI,,/|,lMy   ,i,,mn, tttat 40  einliiHiUOelinliwiunth  ulorft tint li...u..l.ti>     r  , .t.mis, vn  Z! ',K.������!h 2-i'. "'..H  ino Mff 4i)ji������tr.Mlii(rnfoi.������Mtr1o������h.,i.^irr.-Mrl.rH!|l(,i���������, ���������r *!oin...eiic.M..Hit contain  ���������ihlilii). tliovm- n .iih 20 oln.j 'in tu joint o' j to lu.ii>o 40, Hhmioo nnlli 4 < el;;.u.i to . ^  oiuiiiinMivi'UH'id n���������n',..'.i.;..i; Wi'.cci lo'-i'-Jpi.'mt -it i'fiiiiii:fi."'i ������������������"!( t'LhtuliiIi,;.' 200 o  or Ivm. I njriw inoro ur 1  ������J]-,(11t(iK.f!I'.ltLi:-iSTONI-:  rii.h-1- m. a ihUhh, AfiMit,  U������Ui Juno ly.h, 1912.  I um:; in ore or U'tfi*.  J()!IN   C*?4,"V  william AWAitsr iti^iCHOii', Kwht-r  M. Gtukinf, i\wnt,  YMihy M .Oj -l.i"������. Ai'iot,    ', jj���������|,,,J ,J ujtu iJUlll, JUlv,  lU\a him JWMi, >������!*- i  i THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, K. C.  r*. The destruction of the house fly  U a public duty. Almost every  American State Board of Health is  carrying on a crusade against him.  His filthy origin and habits, and  the fact that his body is generally  laden with disease-producing germs,  taates him one of the greatest enemies of the human race.  If the housekeepers of Canada will  use  persistently, this peril will be tremendously reduced.  Language and Religion  The   man   ,who    tells   this    story  clainu that its hero was an Irishman.  At any rate,  the language  makes a  lino bull. ���������'  A preacher had delivered his prize  sermon, exhorting his hearers to em-  ht aea the religious life ani scorn the  ���������eitractions of wealth and late suppers,  = lie concluded with this centre shot:  My brethren, let not this world rob  yiii.of a peace which it- can neither  ���������:\va nor take away.  A   Feminine   Misunderstanding  Upton-Sinclair, who is an advocate  oi divorce when married people are  iiiiliapiy, tells this st'ory:  A woman in one of the large cities  o'. this country was one'day persuaded to go to a spiritualistic seance in  order tc hold converse with her dead  h .shand.       .......  My dear George, said the widow, in  tears, are you happy where you are?  Happier than 1 was on earth with  you. George answered with alacrity.  This was something of a poser, and  the widow paused to decide what she  should ask next. . ���������'���������'   " ' '  ��������� What is it like   in , heaven,    deaf  George? she filially asked."-       ' -  Heaven! exclaimed George. I'm  not in heaven. ������������������������������������--..     '"-     >  An Oil of Merit.���������-Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil is not a jumble of .medicinal  substances thrown together and pushed by advertising,'but the result of  the careful investigation of the oura-.  -live���������qualities���������of���������certain���������olls-as-ap-  plied to the human body. It is a  -rare combination and it won and kept  public favor.from,the first. t A trial  of It will carry,conviction to any who  doubt its power to repair and heal.  QUESTION  OF  OWNERSHIP  Inscription on Barrel  Proves It Genuine Relic of Notorious Highwayman  London.���������Dick Turpin ���������simultaneously butcher's apprentice, cattle lifter, smuggler, house-breaker, highwayman and horso thief���������tha hero of our  childhood, has been proved .undoubtedly owner of the pistol just discovered by workmen in. tho ceiling of  the Reindeer Inn at Banbury.  The pistol is undoubtedly of the  date 1735, said the manager of  Messrs. Westley, Richards &. Co.,  limited, gunmakers of New Bond  Street, where the pistol is now on  view.  <���������'','  You see that It is a double-barreled  horse pistol with flint locks, smoothbore barrels, 10 gauge and of the exact pattern used during ttfe seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.  We have had the assurance of an  expert engraver that the inscription  on tho barrel���������-'Presented to Dick  Turpin at the White Bear Inn, Drury  lane, 1735'���������is also ot that period.  The workmanship throughout is very  fine. The handle is of English walnut. The flash holes are inlaid with  gold, rhd the band,around the breech  end of each barrel ir gold. It probably cost at out $100 originally.  The: pistoi i.i marked In four places  in small gold inlaid panels, 'Baker,  London,' who was the predecessor of  the well known Ezekiel Baker, pistol  maker to the prince of Wales.  The mystery of how it come to be  found in the Reindeer Inn may be explained by the fact that history tells  us of an occasion when Turpin stayed  at the inn arid was shot through the  hand ihere.  ��������� .Of course the question of ownership  has arisen; ' Since the pistol was  discovered on ,the upper: side ot the  plaster ceiling above . the historical  Globe Room, at the back of the Reindeer.Inn at Branbury, claims have  been put in by Messrs. Leriy Gon who  have.- purchased "the ceiling, by the  lesse of the property as occupier, and  also by the freeholder of the property.  The Champion .Magazine Reader  Philander C. Knox, the secretary of  state; I1* au omnivorous reader. He  subscribes to more than llfty magazines. l In addition to this, he buys  all the new books and all the rare  editiourf of old works that he can get  his hands on. At. his bedside ho has  an adji'wtable electric light and a contrivance of hi-: own patent which,  like a tray, holds a large volume  while In reads it.  *        ���������.'' w��������� ... ..    .i,i n    i.im.w    ft mam  Where  A lady who gave horself grout airs  of Importance on being introduced to  a gentleman,.said, with a show of  much ludlfforonce: I think I have  seen you somewhere.  Vory likely, replied tho gentleman  with, equal Hiuigl'roJd. I have boon  tlioro frequently.���������-Philadelphia ledger.  A .Gok: Mine In the Kitchen Stove  T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, who  piled-up-a-fortune-by-tlie--use-of.-his,  name on catsup bottles, got all of  his money becauso ,he realized that  Mrs. Snider was a-grand and gorgeous  cook. She made him some catsup  shortly after they wero married, and  he remarked.  We ought to get a fortune out of  this.     Let's sell It. ,  They did sell it, and built it up Into a big business, thereby annexing  the fortune.  Rockefeller and Hla Rocks  Just because John D. Rockefeller  has made more money than he can  count without the aid of nineteen  clerks and forty adding machines, not  to mention a well-trained ���������> corps of,  coupon clippers, there are many people who come forward these days  with stories to show that John, now  famous" for his wealth, wigs and wit,  was once about, tho cutest, person  that ever happened when It came to  financial strategy.  According to this latest narrative,  Rockefeller told a close friend���������and  that close goes botteways���������one,morning th.'. he wanted to borrow five  thousand dollars and that he must  have it in order to save his business.  The friend went downtown in the  course of his work, and pretty soon  met a big banker.  I wish, said the banker, if you see  Mr. Rockefeller this afternoon, you  would tell him that. I haye found a  place to put that ten thousand dollars  which he asked me to loan io-'-i-  ' The friend gasped like a goldfish,  and proceeded on his way, encounter-  ing.anothe: of the- town's leading  bankers.  By the bye, said the banker, when  you see Rockefeller this afternoon,,  please tell him that I have found a  man who wants to borrow that ten  thousand dollars.   -���������'-  The friend staggered on, and met  a third banker, who repeated what  the, other two captains of finance had  said. Then he went back and  found Rockefeller.., '  "  John, he said, in astonishment, when  I left you this morning you told me  you had to borrow five thousand dollars, and all day bankers have been  telling me that you asked them to  lend but ten thousand for you. ���������'���������'���������'  Well, well, smiled Rockefeller, that'll  fine! I -suppose I may. safely assume  now that my credit is established in  this town.   I'll just step out and borrow th:t five thousand I need.  On Lady O'Looney:  Here lies the body of Lady O'Looney, great niece ,of Burke, commonly  called ..he sublime. ' She was bland,  passionate and deeply religious, also  she painted in water colors and sent  several pictures to. the exhibitions.  She was first cousin to Lady Jones;'  and of such is the Kingdom of  Heaven.  A lumber dealer contracted to supply a lot'bf lumber to a stranger. On  looking it over he found it, full of  knot holes and told his customer  about. It frankly.  .You may not want this lumber, ho  said.  Why not?  I have,to bo honest with you  is full of knot holes,  The atranger only laughed.  i'lltakolt, ho-declared. : This  lumber la to go abound somo baseball  grounds.. - Knot liolos won't hurt  mattoic'-nny: ,1 .was a kid myself  oniie, :; V ������������������> ',:.-,-yi '-..-���������,. ���������    ��������� ,  It  SUFFERED  EVERYTHING  For Years, Re stored To Health  by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Canadian women am continuiilly wrlt-  i,.;>- us Btich lcftei'B na tho two following,  which are heartfelt expnviHipnB of RrntN  ��������� idoforroutorodhoaltli:  Glanford Station, Ont.-"I hnve ta-  ���������:on Lydia E. Plnkhum'H Votfelnblo Compound nnd uevor  found any medicino  to compare with it.  I hud ulcftM and falling of womb and  doe.torH did me no  good, I sulVered  dreadfully for yearn  until 1 began tolling  yourmrdicino. I nl-  go recommend It for  nervouifnc.is nnd in-  digestion." ��������� Mr������.  IlBNttY CuitK, Cilanfoi'd Station. Ont,  ChM^i-vIt!,-' Ont ��������� " t IiimiwI your  mwHcinnH hlf'lily praised, and a year ago  I boRnn Inking i horn for fnl I iug of womb  and ovarian trouble,  " My left bMo pnineil me oil tho tlm������  and jtiat before my period* which wort  Irri'gulur and painful it would ho worse.  in mi, liowu Vdiint.'U inn phiu mini h������.Vi-t������  Ing and 1 would bo no nervous Bomo-  times tliat I could not hear to m-n any  nm or hear any win npi'iik. Ml lie apicka  would float Morn my eyen and I wim  iilwayacoimllpalfd.  "J ennnot say toonuioh for T.ytlin R.  I'liiUh.'wii'H Vep.e'tiiblo Compound rind  f.i'/f-r Pilln, for tliern nro no rrvelHru-n  like tlicm. I Imvrt tnkcri them uri'l I  recommend them to all women. You may  publish (I'm ("stiinonl.il," ��������� Mm. Fu>  prfiiN it, M iiiriv, f:iv.'<it������.'rvll!o, Ontario,  lifimhx.  HEADACHES  STOMACH  BAD, NO APPETITE,  WAS LOSING WEIGHT AND  STRENGTH  The Great American Game  Judging from what's going on. re  marked tho man with tho gray luilr  and tho hard heart, American politics  Ih a nlco combination of tho best skill  ot tho knlfo thrower, tho vontrllo  (lulsl, nnd tho mud lnrk.  Mlnard'o Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  When Nagel Had to Ride  ChnrloB Nagol, Bocrotary of tho do-  partition), of oommoroo and labor, Is  it tnll man, resembling In hla build an  IhoIiiKI plno troo on tho top of n. hill.  Returning to WaHhlngton one night  from Now York, ho got punt tho tax*  lenbn and on mi mound eel by a group  of huokmnn, lo whom he paid absolutely io attention iih ho Intended to  wnlk II.o fourteen blook to hiu office,  Tho hacknien grootnd hltn with a  nl onn of hiicIi crloH nn;  Take yon right ���������uptown!--Tako you  lo tho New Wllliird!--Tul(o you to llio  Hnlelgh!  Tho ntnlOHinttri walked Hlrnlght  nlintid wllhout even looking at his  boHlogei'H.  If you want a cheap hotel, Jump  eight In here, Insisted another driver.  Htlll Nngol wnlltod on unheeding.  Finally a John nddromieil him IIiub:  Denf ind dumb asylum! Take you  up there* In a minute.  At llilii Mr. Nngol lnugbe<l, nnd got  Into thn hack,  A 8ofe Pill for Suffering Women.���������  Tho ftocltided llfo of women which  pirmila of little healthful oxerelan Ih  rirumul ciiiiku oi ueiaiiKumouu oi uio  ������,tf.irn:ich and liver and lit nrfr>unt;ihlo  for tho pnliiH and laitHltudo that no  many of thorn experience, ramie-  Lio'h Vi'gotahlu I'IIIb tylll correct Ir-  roguluiltlea of tlio dlgoiillvo orgnna  and eeiilore henllli nnd vigor,     Tho  llilt.ii.   ������i:i������i rtio    '.. ,'ii.ii.i    t.iiu    Urn!    ii������i III  with mtfely, hecniiHe iholr action,  while flfoetlve, Ih mild and noothlng.  Onhr-'-Hnn .lonoii it gond memory?  Ktcve���������Should nay tin Iiiih, Why,  ho nu namn yon lhe hint hU vlon-  prenl IniilM of (lie I'i lied HMlle>i. --f'ln-  elmiall Kiupilrei'.  Wonderful    Change,    When  Was  Restored by  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Headache Is a symptom and not a  disease in Itself. It acts as a danger  signal.to warn you of serious trouble.  By reading Mr. Donneral's letter  you-will bo satisfied that there Ib no  treatment to be compared to Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food as a means of  bulldins up the system and romoviug  tho cause of headaches, Bleoplessneas  and indigestion.  Mr. Charles Donnoral, Kloinburg,  Ont,, writes: "I wish to communlciilo  to you the great cure which I received from Dr. Chaso's Nerve' Food, For  over two years I suffered from I'onrful  headaches, my appetite was always  poor, nd the stomach bad. I took  medicines from physicians, hut tho  houdaohes persisted, and 1 was rarely freo from thorn,  "Howling about Dr. Chase's Norvo  Food, I began using It, with littlo idea  that 1 would bo bonoiltod, 1 had become thin and weak, but tho very  first box helped mo, and wllh continued treatment I have boon cured  nnd fool llko a now mnn, Tho headaches havo disappeared, my appetite  is gocd and digestion excelU'������;t, I  wrlto this lottor In hopo that othor  Btifforera from headacho may una Dr.  Chaso's Norvo Food and he cured."  Dr. ClinBo'ti Norvo food, fiOc, a box,  C for $2,50. at all dealers or TCdmiiu-  hoii, DatoH & Co., Limited  I thought you had a trained nttrnn  to wii<': on your wlfo?  So l have.  And uow you're looking for moro  h IP?  Yea, I And I havo to have threo or  four iraldB lo wall on the trained  numo.��������� Detroit Froo I'I'ohh.  M  NO BURNED BKEAD  NO SCORCHED BISCUITS  No need to apologize to family or guest when  MOONEY does it,     MOONEY'S BISCUITS are  always right ������������������ every biscuit inspected before it is  packed���������and they are as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  are the great favorites for every day use.'  They are made iri the big sanitary factory in  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages ov  In sealed tins as you prefer.  ^p^o^  5**"^  ������������������LET MOONEY  DO IT"  v3  piltyou Tdgtotic of'the-108  farmers :\ylio will receive  piirBcizcjt^nfest checks?  THERE will be twelve cash prizes in  each of the nine provinces (108 in all)  in the 1912 Prize Contest for Canadian  Farmew7^Th7j^l911"Con"rfsVwars^ycceSsful"in'awak=  eninfj interest in the use of Concrete on the farm, that a  second contest, in which.three times as many prizes are  offered, was decided upon for. this year.  The Contest this year is divided into three classes, "A,"  "R" and "C," and there will be four pm.fs in each class. (First-  prize, $50; Second pri/.e,'$25;Third prize, $15; Fourth prize, $10.)  Thus there arc three $50 Prizes, three'$25 Prizes, three $15  prizes, and three $10 Prizes, far each province.  DESCRIPTION OF CLASSES  CANADA CEMENT COMPANY  LIMITED  Herald Building, Montraal  Please send me full particulars of  ''tlie 1912 Farmers' Prize Contest, and  a free copy of your book "What die  Farmer Can Do "With Concrete."  Nama  Address   T  4  ��������� '  I  I  ,  t  r  i  i  i  i  I  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  ���������  i  i  I  i  ii  ���������  i  In Each Class there wiil be First, Second, Third and Fourth Pri/.ts  ($50,.$25, $15, and $10) for Each Province.  CLASS "A"~Prl������i to bs imrdeil (��������� tbe four firmrri In etch prorlnce wlio list moil  "('mida" Crment on ihrlr (ami In the reir 1912.  CLASS "B"���������PrI/ri (a be awarded to the (our farmer! In rJi'h pr.'.rlnrr wHoidul photo.  rn;lii ol tbe belt ttmente work done wltk "CaniiU" Cement on tbelr  rarmfJii]912.  CLASS "C"~Prb.eitobeawirdrdtotke (our farmer! In rich prorlnce who tend In  1 the beat dtstription, telllnf how any pier; of concrete work wat ilnne with  .' "Canada" Cement.    (Kntrlei for tlili prize nun be accompanied by photo-  inplii ol the work,)  Don't think that you must iue a large quantity of cement in order lo  win a prize. The quantity of cement used does not count in Classes "R"  and "C."   Many of last year's prize winners used very little cem'ent.  Wlien you enter the Contest, you have a clianee to win a cash  prize of $50 ai well as the certainty that you will, add u ptrmantnt  improvement to your farm. If you haven't a copy, be sure and ask for  our book, "What the Farmer Can Ko With Concrete," It will not  only luggest many improvements that you cnune in entering tlie Contest,  but will tell you all about the use of concrete on the farm,  Jmt write your nameinliddreiion'the attachrd coupon, ������r use a  penal card, ami we will irml full particular! of the Prlre Cornell  andacoprnl "What the Vainer Can Do With Concrete" to you  ahiolutcly free,  Addreia Publicity Manager  Canada Cement Company  Limited <'  Herald Bldff.    -    <  1  I  I  m  1  1  I  I  %  4  I  I  I  4  i  ������  SOI  W    N    U    909  Soothing  Slip- Wluit wiih It th.) choir Junt  bjurV    ���������        ������  Ilo���������Krnm tho ii|i|irnriiiicr������ of tli������  coiiKi-i-fiiilloii \ t111nU It iniiKl liavu beon  tiomo kind of ,u proill������y.'  Your-\vlfo isn't* looking woll.  {AM Ih unublo to Hlc-bp iiIbIiIb.  bho doesn't look like a nervous  wruiiun.  It iHi'.'l. if al, 1 Iind a Hocrot pocket  put, In my elotheti, nnd uim luvtir.'l.  fiuiiiil  It yot,- -IloUHtOll POHt.  ���������i... m..  \  Kuto -'I'hnl iJriiKHou   Rlrl   nHHorto  thnt, hIio Iikm in ml u u iIiouhiuuI rol'iiu-  nla of nmrrluge,  Kdiol���������Thut'rf truo. Wliou (Jus  linked lieu' to,.lio IiIh wlfo, rIio roplled  "No, u Ihoiii'iiiiil tlmt'B, no!��������� Uouton  TriiiiHcrliit,  8afe Anyhow  I'nifi HMDI- -'riic  iivfriii','*   Ami'iicnti  j'.il |-> |iui>rly cilucili il.  ������<ilrl Ciniluiiti'   ���������You think pn?  I'nifi'HHor   Vim, liul  llioro    hi    mio  i iii ,ul.iMnii,  lh������'    iiUT.tK'"    AiiiiTlrari  (tciv irl'l ui.Yf llml li mil   ��������� M.'iHrc.  T Iioi.kIiI a he>r������p with n HiippuHciHy  ineuirulilo i'IiikIioiio for ji.'IO. Cureil  lilm with $1,00 worlli of MINAUIYH  i *\'i\iy\yf   .,,,.1   ,;,,i.i   i,t, .   r ...   n<<>- r,���������  Profit ou Liniment, $r������-t,ou,  MOIHK DKItoafl'l  Hotel Keeper, St. Plilllliipe, Que.  Mi  ll la  line-on   My liu.'iljiiiirl tlit-i",\  iiliirm I'loe.'k at a cut In the l-iu-U yard  l.lKt    IllKllt .  Mm. ICisliert Ilu'. lie nev, r hit tj,,.  til, I'll hei.  Mm. Huron N'o, hut hn na>j; ho  g.'l ilil of one milhnrir-ti, ariyuay. ���������  i'-vtf:''r.t Heiet������������wfii(iii,  Wnohlngton to 8t, Louis  Huve you nindo nny wiorlfiuo Vu do-  nionrilnito your putriolltunV  I lmve, repllnd the Ht. LoiiIh mnn.  I hot ni tlio homo tonm roRiilarly.���������  WiiuIm gtoii Slur,  Sci'lhblnr-Il took mo nenrly ten  yenrie to leiirn that l could not wrlto  poetry^  I'rleiul- -Oavo It up Ihon, did you?  hnd n ri'putntlon.��������� Puck.  .....  -���������'"'SV^-., 1    .  The Statesman and tho Wiie Reporter  Clinrlns Nagol,'secretary of commorco nnd Ipbor, hnn under hifl do-  partmojit tlio rovonuo eultor service  ii'ul the llRlitlioiiHe hemtH, which mnko  up a tromendoiiH Hoot, Tho hmt  tlmo tho .preoldont rovlowod tho  Unltoil Htnton niivy In Now York  Hurboi', Mr, NftRol was on ono of tho  boiitn f,������ n nlglit-Hcor. Tall and Hi-  lent, he bud beou wittolilng tlio naval  llRhtors without mnkliiR any comment, Flnnlly lio wun> approached  hy a Now York nowflpapor vopovtor,  who wiih olnd In tho latoflt fnohloiiB  nnd n ehnHclo'iiBnosB of Rroat wlfldom,  Tlm I'm n pi'olty hlR Hoot, don't you  think? tlio nowrt Kiithorer nukod of tho  1n.lt man, and pointed to tlio two hundred tilipj which wero under luspcc-  tion,  Oh, I don't know, replied Nogol. I've  (jot a IJggar ono,  Tho 'oportor'H Jaw dropped, and ho  rojolnofi IiIh ooinpnnloiiH with tho pity-  liiR remark; Thnt old fellow In plumb  nutR.  !!!.]  ,,..!,..  ��������� tl,.  J  .1   M.,-,  V. ,11 ���������,.  , t 1,!.v  ..    l,,v.    lfVi,i.l     it,    ....it,  however, nml ho wfnit up tn Nn.Rnl  nmnlti with llio nuostlon: What Ih your  nnmo?  My name   I*   NaRel,   replied   tho  member of tho cabinet,  ���������  Whet j are you from?  Ih lliat uo? couimeittnd the repoiler  vnRtioly. 'And" you huvo a" bigger  (I'let thnn UiIh?  Oh, yea, reaffirmed Nncol earelenii-  iy.  Ilinl wiih too much for the reporter, lie wont biK'k lo IiIh complin*  loiui, uifule ft KfiHluro HlgnlfyliiR wheehi  lit tho liPiid, and nm Ul. with un all- of  . ivm eon-i'let Ion;  Fellowii,. lu'i'd t rnvl.iig muiilue. .-.  Montreal  Real Philosophy  Wo haven't any real phllonophy In  thoso elayB.  Yon, wo havo. I know n man who  Iiiih ulx dnughtoi'M, all Rrown up, and  unmarried,  What's phlloHophlewl about Unit?  Ho Btiyu ho Ih glad none of them  lmvo.boon takon from him,  Whon Aathma Come* do nut doa-  pair Turn at onco to tint help effect*  Ivo���������Dr. ,T. 1), KoHokr'h Afithmu Hem-  ody, TIiIh wonderful remedy will  give you tho aid you need no uoroly.  Choking ceuiioH, breathing bocomeH  natural and without effort. Othorn,  thouflanclH of them, havo KUffered aa  j on miUmt bul liuiu wioi'i) UuiKSii it*  tliltt fnrrinun remedy nnd enn?ert tn  Buffer,    Qet a package thin very day.  A rof l mnny men who grow up vuii-  fldiUitly expecting to lono lheir hnlr  fightttu, liiill.uiw, found out later tiuit  diuulnifi' '.'.iin tU-iti" real foe,.  Unlike a Brick  What boob up must come down nald  the Rniro.  How about tlio lilgli cost of living?  naked tho lloob.  catqUB������i������  Tread softly ������  Stop s&folij.  CATfS PAW KUBBEH SOLES  i-Jiboily ihe patprdr d (wtoros  of Catk Pa.v Heels.  r������������  f     ;f  (I THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. CT  I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a*  5 THE VALUE OF f IREIESS i  I COOKERS I  ���������       ��������� ,-    ��������� ���������  ���������   ��������� ���������  . ���������  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  'A FIRTELES5 cooker is invaluable to  ^ a housekeeper/-especially.. In hot  weather. The cookers are now bo per-  feet and Inexpensive the woman, who  does not own one is decidedly at a dis-  advantage when'labor-saving methods  are considered. " Cooking,- during oppressive heat in summer . is avoided,  Poods can be started at' a convenient  moment and yet be In readiness for tha  most urgent. Healthful.'foods requiring long cooking 'are made' practicable  for the-daily menu,and ;the welghtof  the cooked product from" a pound of  raw material is much Increased.   .  The tireless cooker Is splendid for the  cheaper- cuts of meat1. Since tough  meat should cook for a long time at a  low temperature the cooker Is a most  excellent medium for .this purpose;  Stews and 'so called boiled meats seem  to have a better flavor when cooked In  the cooker than when cooked on the  ��������� stove.' Beef, mutton and lamb cooked  In tlils way may be served as braised  . ineat;-as a stew, asjnlnced meat wnrm'-  ed ln liquor and. served on toast, as  wet, dry and browned hash, as meat  pie, meat turnover and other ways In  which cooked meatsare reheated.. Five  pounds of meat could be 'served for  two In ten "different" ways, serving half  a pound at each meal. ',  Excellent soup can be made from the  leftover carcass of a fowl, frpm the  neck piece of lamb or from any leftover beef bones and. scraps of beef.  Place in the'kettle of the nreless cooker, cover with cold water, place on the  stove and bring slowly to a boll, then  put in the cooker overnight.- In the  morning remove, the meat and b^nes  'and use the liquor or stock, to bo reheated and flavored according to the  style of soup desired.  Breakfast cereals are> the ��������� most  abused foods in ��������� ordinary, cookery.  Rarely do they receive the long, slow  cooking which their nature demands  because of the early rising this would  necessitate. The flreless ^lnethod delivers the. full value of the nutrients  with a minimum dependence upon the  cook.  Fruit'Is ofttlmes a serious problem  on account of expense. The flreles^.  method makes available many dried  and. evaporated."fruits, which can be  obtained reasonably at-all seasons.  ���������Delicious . compounds can be made  which rival the best .preserves in appearance and flavor, in no respect";  suggesting those usually served or-the  Insipid canned products. Each shriveled piece swells to its original size,  unbroken, distended, with a juicy, aromatic liquor and charged with the flavors which characterize the fruit ln its  prime state. :    -  IDSUMMER   hats. * are ^ Immense.'. ..They are veritable  ���������cart   wheels--- and ,'actually-  much'    larger     than ,: the  wheel, of   a" perambulator.     Much, of  their  effectiveness,'. however,   depends  .'upon   the   arf&le: at   which,;they   are  ginned upon the hair.   It is not always  easy ito, succeed with this angle. .There  should be laws of latitude and. longitude supplied, by, the milliners', whereby   the  purchasers of their  creations  might learn the exact angle which the  brim  should  bear to the line ot  the  eyes.    This'little attention would put  an end to much of the disappointment  which arises upon putting a "dear of a  haf upon one's head for Uie.first time  at homc\  Big.    tyv   crowned,   drooping    brim  la used for the brim facings, bows, etc.  Bows of color In satin and ln -.taffeta'  veiled .'In black chantilly are effective,  aa are, the facings of. color���������rose, for  example���������yelled by softly, shirred black  tulle or.chantllly, the outside of the hat  being trimmed in a great bow or ruche  of ���������" the-lace. ���������.,.-'    :;   ...   ���������������������������-.   ;  A stunning big leghorn hat:'trimmed  recently by a clever gix;l had its brim  covered, with.her grandmother's chantilly black lace, parasol top, the old  fashioned carriage parasol ��������� tops .that  were hot-much larger than a 1912 picture hat. .The center of the jace cover  was cut out sufficiently to fit. about  the low round crown and spread out  over the wide drooping brim. Heading  the lace ruffle was a cureless twist of  nattier bluo velvet'ribbon,, topped by a  Speaking of nattier.b.lue,coloring; the  ���������chic Watteau. picture'hat to be. seen  among the cuts is of this shade of-blue  and apricot pink, combined with white.  The crown- of' pin tucked batistei'and  la'ce is mounted on a-drooping rim pf  lace, finished-at the edge'wlth a broad  facing of - nattier!; blue straw, v>Thls  wreath of small silk roses'Is in shades;  H Beach Costume  PICTURE HAT IN WATTEAU COLORING.  AbMIRAL  CHAPEAU,  TRIMMED FORE AND AFT.  shapes, all in straw or in straw with  crown covered with taffeta, lace or  other; contrastingifabriCs"are���������worn���������for  everything from morning toilet to  formal dress, according to the degree  of elaboration or general character of  the trimming.  :. For dressy hats much chantilly lace  wreath of tiny pink roses without, foliage.- The effect-was very dainty and  giriish;"*and'the~cost'Lrwas"a~mere"triner  With this hat was worn a charming  little frock, of nattier, blue voile over  white silk, and the usual;French" touch  was contributed by the black velvet  sash. .-      .  of apricot pink and gray green, the  pink predominating,.and two of the flat.  *'tomatos,'roses"are"caught"lia~thef1 softiy'  knotted streamers of blue and gray  shot taffeta ribbon. This hat was designed for a dark haired and blue eyed  maid. The nattier blue brim facing  deepens the blue of the eyes, while the  inner brim facing of lace throws the  wavy dark hair Into relief.  Big hats faced with flowered pompadour silk or velvet with roses clustering tinder the brim are very smart this  summer. One of these models is pictured, faced with jouy velvet, with a  single handsome plume as the only,  trimming.        .'���������...���������  But perhaps the most eccentric large  hat of the season is called the admiral. This rfautlcal "piece of headgear is nothing more than a simple  shepherdess shape, the fore and aft  trimming giving the sailorlike sugges-  tiotir"~The"hat'is rriaiie'of"jouytaffeta;  trimmed with plain taffeta plaiting  and the oddly arranged wreath of  roses.  ,..-'���������  Though most women are fond of tho  drooping" brim which shades the face  AND  so flatteringly, the newest of the mid-  season shapes have, their brims lifted.  The latest model wllh an uplifted effect is the flange tJrim. This hat haa  for a foundation a cap of leghorn  which flts the head snugly. Over this  is a gathered frill of shadow lace, stiffened with a wire hoop at tlie edge and  lifted flange fashion, to show a cluster  of flowers tucked under the loops ot  lace. This hat accompanies . a frock  of striped taffeta, with which are worn  long.embroidered silk gloves and buttoned boots-of white buckshin.  In smart millinery each face Is car������-  uJjy~������LUUn;u"������0~l.tiai-Lii.������:-u������*iui\7-OE--t"i.--  features may be enhanced by the  sweep of the brim, and the shapes and  colorings of most of -the. hats of ttaj  season are exquisitely lovely.  CATHERINE TAI.BOT.  ^iC*  rJixr  Care of- the Bands In Summer  TOURING the suihmefspionths the woman who Is anxIoSfctp have really  pretty hands -will flnd^jftbest chanco  to beautify them.. o^v^**-  True, there Is the possl^lft^iof freckles and sunburn  to rnaj^'Welft whiteness, but with cure ah d;"^ simple, Inexpensive lotion either -ot-^w^s |nnbo'  warded'Off and the; redness ^d iy ugliness  caused  by  the  sharp ^vln'iJa  of  summer quickly rembvdd,--lea'vln& the  hands   white   and^i'oft,,., wlttv^nlnty  nail's..   . .   .. l: ... " 'i-.'i;'<;i:-:iip ''-���������  -To remove freckles from;the1 hands a  lotion can'be mad>",aw.fof'aJTew-'cents  atjtomeb^ mixing,bno-ltalf oiiftcoieach  of" ordinary toilet ~vlhogar, Jamaica  rum and eldef floweiv. water,'.' together  with one "and one-half'Soiincc'^; of  strained lemon juice.   This should, bo.  move stains, soften the cuticle and  loosen It, making the half moon at the  base more noticeable.  Red hands nro often due to other  causes than jthoso directly Influenced  by tho weather. Sometimes they are  caused by wearing gloves which aro a  trifle too small and at others by a flow  of blood to the hands. When the latter Is the case It will be best to exercise the hands^by working them backward iind forward from the wrist This  will- rostoro the circulation to Its normal Btato and the redness will disappear. When tight gloves are responsible.-for tho rednesB the remedy naturally lies in discarding them. Some  womon lmaglno that a small glove  makes tins hand appear smaller. This  Is by .no moans tho case. Loosely flt-  tl.ng gloves are not only better for the  applied   with   a. small  sponge,tov.thtf ^wnds, but glvo them a small effect so  . , ,���������y ,:Y!U.'.  ,t lAJtf.i*^*'   -.���������i\h".  --   .* -',   ���������*.-i/-  'X FEW yards of inexpensive cotton  ���������*v ball trimming havo given tlila  green linen frock much distinction. It  Is Ineronned by a colhVr- of..wblt6 plquo  nnd white cotton buttons.' A white  hnt and veil nnd whlto bucknkln buttoned boots complete tho dainty costume  for tbe Rome Scrap Booh  piNKAPPLE Is good for Indigestion,  'x tho Julco'conlalnlnB a digestive  fluid similar to pepsin,  Save your lemon rlndn, dry them In  tho oven and moro them In an air tight  tin. A littlo of this added to nn apple  plo gives It a delicious flavoring,..,  A thing worth knowing when ono hns  to tnko blttor 'modlolno' In this: A  ���������innII pinch of salt will 'remove ol)  taiito of bllternenn from the mouth,  Potnto bulls which aro sauted In but  ter after  bolng  bollpd arb delicious,  Thoy nhouid ho'nerved, with a genor  oim uprlnkllng of m I need parsley,  Do not tnko/time to grate chocolate,  Put tho desired omount In a onucepan  and plnco over the top of a teakettle  until melted, Two'squnros of unswoot-  ened chocolate are equal to a cupful of  grated,       \   ;,.'v'  Whllo washing 'thu dlabos from tho  evening menl^-put tho cereal on and  cook It    All that nood bo dono to It  on the following, morning In to udd n  ��������� littlo water to It nnd heat  <    l''rcHliiui������fl of eggs may bo tested by  pullUm Dwtii-.iilu- ivulu;   A tn-tih m,'n  will romnlti at tho bottom, ono not bo  : frenh will; float n little higher, arid a  . bad one w,lll lino to the surface.  f]IIIFTON Is used to cover or pnrllnl-  v ly cover paranoia, which are In all  manner of eccentric shapes thin'son*  ���������on, Dome, bell, pngodn, lamp thado  ond palm loaf me somo ot the new  ���������hnpcii. Fliahlon decrees thut one's hnt  end paniKol should iniiu.li, no tlmt milliners nre adding paranoia to their  Block. White, groin, ccrf*?, purple nnd  blue satin purmifils huve whfii bands of  black velvet nt their odgen. These are  very tmart, ������������ nre strip parasols, ond  those of embroidery ut net over ulitln  or flijucd iHk,  backs of the-hands several tlmoB, dur  ing tho day and-at ril^ht ahd a dusting  of powder given ^hcn'tbe, lotion 'has  dried on tho,skin.   sx'  '^,-,''���������;.'-*T'"^'s  During the summer "months the girl  whose hands freckle easily should apply ,!iUils lotion every' morning and  night and bo eradicate the harm done  each day, By doing thia sho will keep  hirxluind8 In perfect condition during  tho whole Beaaon,  Lemon Juice, whether mixed with  rosotvator or applied pure, will bo  fojind the most valuable nld In whitening ,the handa and making the skin  soft tittt. nmooth.  Fow women roallzo tho valuo of letn-  on lulco ns ix cosmetic, eupectally In  lhe care of tho hands, Applied with  an orange stick'tb tho-nnllo It will ro*  long as they aro not extromely large  and oi;o .much moro comfortable In  ^vanvj .leather,  v$$^pr*ov.������ }ttn 'rom th" hands a  c^ewjn shoiild. fee applied at night and  gieves about tln;efi sizes too large worn  for a, couplo of, weeks. To moke a  cream tako two ounces ot caalllo aonp,  two ounces of olive oil, ono ounco of  niutton euct and one ounco of alcohol,',  Molt the soap aftor nbrtsddlng It Into  amall pieces, then molt the auot, clarify It and ndd to tho soap, warm" the  oil and add this noxt, and finally tho  alcohol, hentlng all together to n  eroam. Placo In a ,1ar and apply to  tho hondn, rubbing the cream In with  im upward movement from knuckles  to wrlut  Co Cahe Care of Beds and Bedding  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  : STRIPED MATERIALS ARE i  5   POPULAR THIS SUMMER   :  ��������� -���������  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa  gTRIPED matei-lals this summer are  ln . fashionable- favor. As a rule,  stripes aro more becoming than figured  designs or even plain fabrics, for they  glvo length and slendernoss, the two  moat sought after.effocta this season.  Therals no hard and fast rule as to the  sire of the stripe, and It Is astonishing  how many different widths there nro in  tho season's materials. Often differ;  ent widths.of them are used in the  same gown.  .Block and white In most effective,  but there ure also colored stripes that  aro smart which are In one tone of'  color, btit In different shades/, or two  completely contrasting colors that until now would nover be thought possible for the same pattern, Two shades  of color In bluo, In cerise, In green and  yellow aro among tho novelties that  have worked out well.  Striped foulard silks are among the  favorites this summer, tho white and  black.nnd tho black and whlto bolnp  tho moBt liked, The whlto and black,  na can bo easily understood, looks  much lighter than the black with whlto  atrlpo. Ono odvantago In favor of  etrlpod allies Is thnt the'material ro������  quires little trimming, for tho stripes  tn thomsclvon are so. effective that  there In no monotony, and tho rulo In  to use the ttmtorlnl In sibch manner  that theso, stripes can ha put on nt  right angles with ench other In bands  or folds. Occasionally���������and this Is ono  of tho very newest fads���������vollo or marquisette In combined with striped foulard. It Is a charming combination  when cleverly cnrrled out,  to   Artistic New Needlevcorh   st  rPHB girl who likes work that has a  permanent value should start this  summer somo butterfly or basket  squares, which are Joined Into any  sized centerpiece with a lace Insertion  run at right angles. The centerpiece,  when finished, Is bordered wllh lace to  match, put on flat. The squares are of  heavy white 'linen, flvo or b(x Inctips  each way, and two pr threo are used fo  a side, according to tho desired Bile. ���������  The work is done In white mercerized  cotton entirely In eyelet stitch for the  butterfly, nave for the body, which In In  sutln stitch. The basket for the other  square may be outlined or worked solid  with the floral sprays tn eyelet embroidery.  ���������A centerpiece thnt should havo ever*  lasting stylo Is worked in white mercerized cotton on heavy linen of flho  grade. Its edges have alternate grouped scallops and a deeper curve of seven  small ones. In the center of eech shallow curve Is a tall, narrow empire banket worked In sutln stitch and filler!  with conventionalized daisies nnd fo-  llago in eyelet hi the deeper curve 1*  a semicircle of eyelets wllh nn eyelet  daisy and foliage nbovo It, while opposite each point nre a six pom led forget-  menot and three leaves worked In satin  stitch. This Is connected with thn  semicircle of eyelets by scrolls pointing  toward the basket ,,-  The girl who IIUcs effects with Utile  work will enjoy one of the round or  oval\centcrpices with a border of darned background used with conventional  designs at Intervals worked In solid  embroidery. The linen nro usually  stamped for the dnrnlng ut right angles to tho finished edge.  ;* Restful Sleep for tbe Baby  11 ii iimn������ hli   'TTTiifyTii^lfrffiirrTiiiwiw i  'po keep good health It Is very necen*  sary to sloop woll and comfortably,  no every housewife nhouid make a  point of attending carefully to tho bedding.  If lhe mottreftnes havo become hard  and bumpy, tho buttoning loono or the  ticking very Rolled, thoy should be sent  to the chop to bu mado over.  In ordinary cases, whero it In posnlble,  tako tho mattroHM out of doors and lay  It ovor a lino, beating thoroughly on  each side with a carpet beater,  Then spread some nowiipapurs on tho  ground nnd Iny the matlrena lint upon  It nnd with n fairly stiff brush remove  .-'.!'. the Av.'.'f flvl "e.Mff" ("-.Mix-ifl n>vV<r  thn leather disks which button It down,  Anally brimhing ��������� ull round the t'dgea  where It In bound,  t'lllown should be beaten In the name  \vay, and to keep tho lick clean nnd In  gooil condition try sewing ovor tho pll-  imv nn old nlllnwslln which mnv hf. removed as soon nn It becomes soiled. In  wplto of having the ordinary pillowslip  over It, It In eurprlilng how soiled the  undercover becomes, whlln It Is far  cnNlcr (o utiuli thin than to clean tho  whole pillow.  Whether you use Iron or wooden bed-  iiUuda, they r.hould he thoroughly looked over overy spring and denned by  wiping wllh n damp flnth wruiifi out of  warm wnter. Tnke plenty of time over  thin work and attack every crevice and  eorner where dum U tlkely to netil*.  Snmo housewives mnkq a practice nf  lightly painting over tht under portions  of the bedstend with turpentlno, while  others placo camphor or wlpo naphtha  botwoon tho mnttroflacs.  It Is onnlor to clean a wovon wlro  spring with a stiff, dry hrunh, but If a  wot tronlment Is preferred wnnh It  over with a little worm water and aoop  and remembor to stand tho spring upright In a current of air, ao that It may  dryqulckly and not runt.  An the weather get* warm nnd the  blnnkots are discarded make a practice  of washing one or two each week until  eneH bed haa been clou red.  Thi) blankota on tho guest room bed  will probably not need wnnhlng, but  those should be hung over a lino In tho  uuimi'lliu una Kt.uli/ UuuUU oi m,un.i������.  H aecful Reminder  A COAnSIS scrubbing brimh near tho  ** kltuhen door In the best sort of  ntino f������1nnru>r  fnr muililv wenthnr  Pgl glycerin tin lhe meat grinder, It  Is a lubricant nnd doea not tante In the  food, and It la not harmful.  Mildew will go nwny from curtains If  Ihey are noukfcd wllh clean water and  rubbed with laundry ewip nnd then  routed with table salt Then hang In  the ruiv rtepeiit the performance until  the stalna are gone, although, If they  nn������ had. II m;ty take several lrf������t-  rnwitn  A pinch of borni In the wnter with  fresh flowers will mnke Ihem last  lunger, fin If can also be used for the  fumt pur pot*.  Ranger for Gowne  ("JUT a place of heavy cardboard sev-  ^ enteen Inohon long and olghtjnchos  wldo and shape ono aldo of It llko a  coat hanger, Now punch a nrimll hole  In the center ono Inch from tho top  nnd tie a piece of ribbon or (npo  through It to make a loop to hang It on.  In the lowor edgo mnke two holes nix  Inches  apart and  either lntort larg  anfety plnn or sow In hooka to hmif  the nklrt of your gownn to,  Thin mnkes an Inexpensive nnd v������rr  satisfactory frame to hang your Hummer llngerlo or linen frocks ond wiilnti  upon, keeping ttumi fresh for a long  Dim; utlcr j hey hare hi-x-n Ironed.  Thcno hnnget-a may ho padded with  raw cotton and covored with fancy tllk  or flowered sllkatlne, A dollcnte nachet  powder sprinkled over the cotton udda  greatly to tholr nttrnctlvcni'������s und pur-  it  m.m   US....  lui.ill   *ii,l>  T^on dnlly.wcar In summer as well nn  wlntnr, with motoring nnd sports  of all kinds, one must have a clotik at  hand. Thero le n Nlnpo nhloh hiu  found many nupporlers, Inspired a Utile by thn irnrmml* worn hy Italian  pcnnnnln, hnnglnc loose from ihenhoul-  dern nnd forming a point In the center  of the bnck nnd having n enpn cut In  on*.   All then* gnnnentn ftmttn on lli������  ��������� left aid*,  *  AN OUTDOOR CRADLf.  "DWRTTdSSfl Infnnts who nrn III or III nt fiimi on dot summer nlwhln mnv h������  '*���������*' lulled lo nliep by whnt breeze there is if put asleep in in* ouuiuor cruoiii.  'iim limil ii,i< u.i'uii It ln.ie Ulualimivd,    Alti.ifitmli tmi a. i},n,��������� ml wt������������lj, il it' "  joy to the Infant.  Buy Good Clothes and (Hear Cbem  ]T Is wlsu snrtorlul nrtvlre to follow  lo hnve only the bent material, the  bexi stylo end what you reully require  uud fnr the occasion you need It.  There are women who nre always buying good clolhen, but seldom wear  thfin They put them nwny for great  oraiMonn, which Uo iii*1 cnn* In sufll*  clenl nimihcrn to wear them out until  llity nre aI,i fimhlnni'd Then a gn>at  d^al of imiiiiy It 'frittered nwny In nl-  Ifi-fnr ib+tn, nnd while they ought lo  bnn no tiiiirh io no wnn nom-iin m  llfo Hint many womon (brow nwny  tlMilr chnni'i's ot gottlng (he trnt out  ut eKluterieo by IiuIiik dowdy A really  good gown look* <llwttm;uii)n <) to the I  (���������nil, while a ni'cond mix ijimn Is always a trouble No onn fouls at her  l,i"<f tWiiUi ������lif I.i riof ns well tfri*a*i>A aa  oiluir |tti|>lc nn,I, in ii<������n| uutU, other  twopte (In nnt IdoIi iifirtn iu'l with th#  Ktinie favor l-'i-w iniiin-n fan nflnrd in  Ignore the lmpnrtnin-������������ of rimtira, hut tt  It nnt klwny* spending mnni-v ihui l������  hnve l'ir*u In vattr ihtlr r,wmr was not j in������rtttlnl, iliougb a ctilaiu turn must  pttrtUutariy w*ll dr*n������t,|,   Apixaranct  l>������ eipt(iO������<L ..      ���������.*���������,,*���������    ...%  m������ WW������, ���������f?MBESLAMDt SBlgiflR CeiAflMMK.  I I'M1"."  *****rviti**fi*'jm*-.il*'m*  .1  ���������J  Victori.i,  IJ  Phone 964  THOMAS' CROSSING  Sidney, B. C. Pfeone V 36  Cumberland, B.C.  Phone 33  i\  Grey "Blankets fr.om ...... .������'3.75 t p*i,r  White Blanket* ,   4,00 a pair  Comforter? from,., i*.75 ������*<& ftftd op  new Stock of Extension Tables, Parlor taMp and Ckair$ of  Qf^^r��������� eil kinds, just received ^���������^>^X)  am ���������BUMMMUWMMMIOTh MMMHUf  We always carry a f u!l stock of Beds and Bedding  cc������������������ Springs and Mattresses r=r?:)  Fnwcctt'o Stoves nnd Kangea nro tho best.  CALL-A-ND-INSFFXT-THEM.  -V.cPhee Block, A. McKIWNON    Cumberland  5, NAKANO & CO.  RBAL E8TATE AGENTS  ������SX3������SXsX^^ B@������������ft������������������������B������������������������������������������������������������������a  i  Hkao.Qwjob 51-8, FiBguar������fci  6J^������ mi������������ii.w������vJm  ���������dlSt.  VICTORIA, B. C,  -1���������*-  3trv  fc^V"*****1  Hf  luting of The Council  ttegula-r meeting of City Cqun-  jcM was held Monday .evening.  a full .baai^l being present  S^yvral .commimicalious were  ���������rocvived ay.-A $kd.  CQiiii^unication was received  "r.-vn J),cna-rtiaent, of Mines re-  ;iue.si-i$!g situation of powder  iiuj-su'/iije gs conjplaiued of in;/  .ixHi.upu sent to the department  ' v live cjiizciis of Cumberland.  .Clerk \y.as instructed to supply  Jnfin inlitiou asked for.  The Mayor was appointed a  delegate to attend the annual  meeting of the Ui.iiou of British  Columbia Municipalities to be  /eld-a' Rt-yejstoke on the 22nd  .vt\ 2 7^i of .October.  ���������  Accounts:���������C. K. TarMl, 10c;  '.Electric Wght, $39 25; J.   Wei-  /uv. 1.12; $��������� Dallos. 5.00.  Chief Cray's report for August,  ���������Scaven2er._S.107._25: Nisht   Po-  iice, 42,50;   Hall   Rent,   40.00  -T'dhce Court, 37.00.  Aid. Banks reported progress  ;in the-matter of better lights .011  "DH-iisruuir aye. Copimittee were  jpiyiiucle-d to get further int'or-  ^nanon.  Aid. Beyeritlge of   the   Board  ,of ���������I:;{.c.a,lUi,   reported   that tna.n-  ���������lio'i'S required cleaning, also tint  jboN drain iij aHey }q icift of Ram  .say's needed I'euewing with tile.,  Thuse  matters were left to ' the  iB'>ard ,o.f Works to attend'   to at  once.  'The unsanitary condition of the  Matkcw-ion property came up for  discussion and it   wns   disclosed  ���������t.hnt tjiejo was only   one.   closet  ito'-.iilieusc of   sevoral   families,  and that it   was   impossible ���������to  keep same in a   sanitary condition.   This   condition   of affairs  Mas foundered most disgraceful  -���������ind il was  stiggestcl   that Mr.  Mathewson <be asked lo construct  ,a septic tank ������ii account of thoro  to������mi{ Mfi place ou   which to wn  ^imi;'..closets-, as tli ore   wefe   so  ���������many tyoqses mid   cabins ou the  pj<>|ml,y.    1,1 was  decidi'd  tliat  Mr, Maihcwsoii be asked to  put  liv.* p'fi.)f\ft:% in a sanitary coudi.-  ~U>il w'^krv   <)jifty <lays,   other-  w<m;, stffps nvould   be   taljen,������lo  ^li^npcl him to cf<> (������"���������  Aid. Willard on belief of tho  tioi-'.or. \;:ii cultural Association  ,<\\ te*jdr������iI an invitation to tho  NJav.i aud jyideuneu to attend  Uiu (j^iiibjtiiiii - ut Coni'ijenny on  .''JfVflluy. A1/1. Willnrd wiip  ' itli:������������ii> ���������"'' !'������r tjjo. invitation,  ,..i������) ml '.>hp p"issioly  u,u������, y/ill nl,  IHU11,  Lqim'1- > H(ijqiiintid.  Yicl.<,i:.i, Hrpt,, 20. -Sir Hicli  :ir������|   Mc.lwi.io w^n   wnitml   upon  J.l;i������s <.-vf.'iijr)i; by a dftpntiition coin  pOiCil  i;!'   i\jf<i>ljj Pettigrow,   J������'ofct-  pr ni������i Jiv'ui", roprwi'iitfujZ the  iriincrH who nm ou strike at  ^i)iul'i������i)iii-d aud K;vtctk*ioit. Tlicy  clinr|;id 'li^it lh������ min������ rcgltla?  |ioi|t/ uere diMibuy������'<l by Jlit  jCjiiMpiiuy iii vaiiou.s way-, nnd  Jail rpm:i..l ������m)phn*ii^ on tl}������ id  K'^at^iii iii' xy.'-'t'iualjo i"i������crini  jU'itl'.'T;  " ���������;���������   pill-' f i:" i   :-;'!'-i������*.'.   I'm  men   v,!i ������������������ 1   liit'v   u   .     ������������������ -     -   |i.n-'  ;*.,":h I-." ''(  *  >>r   -   .-   '-'    '".i-   -.::.." ,  'iJr !'."'"'icr ni*kfti ilie d.*piiii  tion to draw tip a memorandum  covering the points touched upon', which lie promised to cun-  -idtsr to-inc^row.  ARRlYAb   AND    DEEjAk"i  URiE OF MAILS  The following is the schedule  for tho arrival *md departure of  the mails; ���������  Vrrive Tuesday... ,at ,8.30 p. m-  Arrive Thvirsd^y 9t.... .8.30 pm  Arrive Saturday at... ..8 30 p m.  Depart Wednesday at 7 a.m.  Depart I^riday at 7 a. m.  Depart Saturday... .at 4.30 p.m  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Denlers in all Kinds of  Wiues and Liquors.  SECOND  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  fl. Jiakanishi, Ppop.  ���������t-M-^H-H-H'-H H ������  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  Guns,Etc, Etc.  Plumbing Done.  W. Copp's Famous Stoves & Ranges.  Stovepipes etc.  STREET a  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0  It you want anything in valises, suit  cases or trunks, try Ths Big Store. They  have the largest and most (omplete assortment, at the .most reasonable prices.  The following is clipped from  the Nanaimo Herald: ''As will  ho seen elsewhere in Tlie Herald  advertising columns tho C. P. R.  are_calli_ngJor -tenders for {Trading  and .tyridging the Coniox extension of the E. & N, Railway  from Big Qualicum River to Un-  Jon Bay. Tenders are also hcing  called for fifty thousand truck  jtics required -between McBride  Junction and Bjg.Qwttlicnin River  Posters were circulated on Sqit  l(Jth, calling for a mass meeting  of the mine workers of Nanaimo  District in front of the post office  on Fuhday night ufc 7,30. The  nipeiing was for the discnanion of  op<������'i discrimination against Mine  Workers,  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  MONEY ORDERS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient and  ine*perefve method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders;  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Ywkon  Territqiy) and in the .principal cit',es of tt,e Unitcd Sta'tes������ are issued at  the following t:ates:  $5 and under ,..*.    3 cento  Over    5 and not ������<ceedbig $10    6     '  *��������� 30 10     "  30 13     "  6.8  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  should tie made by m*an8 rj onr SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORfeRS.   Issoxd without ������sily 6t reasonable rates.  ������  10  ao  ������������������������SXS)������������������������(^^ ������SXS������������������������������������������������������������^^  GOVERNMENT ST., VICTORIA, oB. C.  Complete Stock of ''Ye Oldc Firme"  Heietzman & Co. Pianos  1  i:UJaEBE HI*AND BRANCH.  .W. T.WHITE,  Manager  If you want���������  LUMBER  SEE  US  Comox Sawmill Co., Limited*  Comox,   B. C.  FOR SALl������r~Six-room."cpt*np}  with pantry and bath, .Fnll  Hizod lot, Marygnrt Ave. -Goo*]  ontiuiildingrt. Terms |o00 cash,  Imlance to suit pnrchai*er. Apply A. H. IVacey, Drug Store,  Dnnsmuir Avenue.  DENCY SMITH  Show  of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,  Children's Hats etc.  NOW ON  Courtenay,  B. C.  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG ANI) PRICE LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.   VICTORIA, B, C  uuBBaiaaL'sauiuti������aDinmmiBKa������Raitaa nraiiOTBitt^iaraiiOT  l i   i r t ������������������     '  ���������' *  ������������������"���������"���������������'  The cNgw Scale Williams  By  11  Used Exclusively in Canada  The   METROPOLITAN. Ol'KRA COMPANY  (of New York.)  If you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call,  W������nro Sole Agent* forth������ above and othor Reliable Makea* Wo  oIko anrry the Victor Gramophone and Vlotrola������������  WE aUARANTBB SATISPAOTION,  Dunsmore's ^Music House" Church St., Nanaimo  B. C,  *aggg_^_^i_fg__^g^^ CS^adlWBMI'CaHBBBaBBBB  NEW GOODS  Onr Fnll Goods are arriving by every boat,   "Wc have just  opened up a nice range of Ladies' Blouses in Krenrh Flan- gj  nel with soft collar and double cuffs in all colors.   These are ***  the newest  thine' in the Blouse line at $3.50 and $4.00  WOOL BLANKETS  Made from carefully selected Canadian wool.  You should see  our line before purchasing your winter blankets, as we consider wc have the best line on the market for the money,  Grey and white at $4.50 to $7.50 per pair,  PAW.0S W.K.Y,  deal" Store  .������". .v.    Acton.    Ilnynun,  'iija'juewiig  f *n*% 1 1 ��������� ��������� ��������� mi 1 jggi  ���������       ���������*       *F     ^*mmw   .F^SWTfjHlflH^* 'ffS^ff^WRHSff-W"'  DUNSMUIU AVKNUK  jnaj^wiiiiHiinrc^aBiiiciimtnirara  Capital Paid Up $7,401.980. Reserve $0,431,178 ^  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY  CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER   THE   WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current ."Rater allowed on bepofeiiB of $1 and upwards,  OUMBEELAND, B. 0,, Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHABF, B. 0,," Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  D. IV!. MORRISON, Manager,  COURTENAY,   B. 0 ,   Branch,   Open Daily.    *  ���������WMi' ;HOPp, Manager.  jjii^iranffiRttumiiiasuiBiiDtaaiinitBBiiiuiyiniitna RinuiiiuiioHUWUiiitwwnHiiuminiHmnraKjiiitanti wititBniKiraiuui. t  '8  i'f  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUJR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  :V.   BO^O^fl:  Manufacturer of MINER AL WATER  P. 0. BOX 483  FHONffl 80....  CUMBERLAND  wauvamiuii  r=WIIIIIIIIIIKIllllllliniI=========l  =JWWlJWfHW,it������  AN OXFORD MOTOR WAGON  MEANS MORE BUSINESS.  ".������  \  Wide n\vnk������ uiercliantfi cvcrywlierc arc rccallxiug  the possibilities of the motor wagan as a means  of transportation and delivery, The "Oxford''  was built purposely Jui Hyb ueliveiy, it** a x.a*������  ryiug capacity oi 800 to 1000 lbs,, and costs only  81050. It will do more work than two horse deliveries, at an annua1 saving of of about $8oo in  running expenses, almost euough iu oue yenr to  pay the original cost. Write or call and ask us  to prove these statements.  I  1  *  mmw  mmatm  THCS. PL1MLEY  73i> YATES,STREET VICTOR ', B. O.  mmWIfWMt-m^


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