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The Cumberland News May 15, 1912

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In   :9i:  swo������m������Hru������:  bUBSCRirr.ON $r.co.\ ^k.m<  mm^mm-..-^mfir.riirnrm.^^m^-mm^-mf^^^m^^mmmm^ . ttCUOMU^AKt-SXeXPCO  ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiK������^  mg  ty-Day ' af ���������''  i^'C*t$fVtfm->*Xit<lltf^  /ST  ii '���������  k      F    /Jf^*>^--wfwAl4m'i m  fe      ?<������**8$a  ffl '.'SUllSSK  "   It1!  f^f^pi^*-*'  i iii*  i. i,.V������  .f  i;ii:!i:iiii>iiii;ii!i;i:!!i!iHiiiiiii!iiiiiii:i!:Hii!iiiii!!ii!i>:Hi:iii!!"iii;iiii  UR STOCK of Clothing is   loo  heavy .  and in order to reduce  it  we  are  offering  any suit  - in onr' store at .  ''-lllliiillllilHIllilllliiiniHI.'.iPllllililiilllllllllllHllllliailllllliliillll  Cost   Price   -  fOB ONE-WEEK ONLY.  -  !IHIIIIIIIi:!:i!i!lliiii!!li:ii;!!i!lil*:il!!;ili!iii;!l!l!!llll!!ll!l:!!llllil!ll!llll  Begfinninj; Sat. May i8lh  Remember this is a genuine offer, every suit is of  best material, newest  styles and patterns, and it %  is a great opportunity to  secure an up to date suit  .it prices that will astound  the most shrewd bu,yer  i!ill|!;!!l!i|ii!!l!!!l!ll|l!i:i;i|i!i,!il!:i������ili!iii1ll!!l!:i!i!lllil������l!ili!lil.!!i'  -<? rrr\  FOR  r*ov  A.N.D  Phone- io  i\  y  xr^=-J=S=s~^^y^ir^r^j,  M  1!  ���������o .  G-5  b  ivi  aths,":. .  atbries.  '���������S.'&fn  j Plumbing,  | Plumbing  f.Suoplies  ���������  TlTrTf-ifr^"1  $1SS  SSffH  TC������:������_PM twuui.  .Pito.ri*- 31  I.  GRAZER  JL-rf    ���������   7- \mmm9  T 7S. T   "JC^"  ���������*^**P  Ji^"fw  ^\&tm\ti       8t       CO.,  ^^^^������^*^^"������^  s*aas*3_i-*i������ g.  __s?_tK_zint_������acBesOTK!r^  -4k   ��������� * ^  i>. O.   Iiox iOo  The   Cumberland Department Stores  (Kate j. N. .McLeod)  Direct Importers.  This store is now bc-ino ex.ciKt-.-d  and" several new departments will \><.  ."added and shortly ho opened up -.v.*,!  a InrQe and select stock of ever\thii ���������.���������*  apportainiiig !o a general busim.-s>.  and it will be the aim of th?' in;.r.���������-.<:/-  ment to give the " Public f_rst-c..������..s  goods at the lowest possible prices.  ������ ge*  ----AND-  Lser  F. P, Onate  PROPRIKTORS  Comer of First St and Dnnsmuir Ave  CUMBERLAND,  B.C.  ;-.__lI3mit2_57Z*������-������_J_*iS5-K_^ u  :a-giras--*.g!_agtKafKgwga_aMy^ SnssQ  ANAD1AN BAN  . OF COMMERCE -  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.G.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manage  X  CAPITAL,- $10,000,000  ucmisTKiwa Kraiar.i__i_<MB.T,wM������*-*eB������ _t_jt.*  gjcjuraf-^aattm-airir ww     ���������  %emt^^^4^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^j^j^js?^^^^^ ,;:'.ieciai Meeting'  mintt-IMti- Mm***M-*ZmVm1lm?-*m*att*m^^  Corr*���������3pondence_  LCniT'U. Ci'?.ini������iii.AN'i)-'Ni*;ws:  Messsrs   JilcCrae,   Atkiu   unci  Uaynian aieopenin������- np a ������ener  al .--tore in   this   city.    For   the  j-nescnt   a temporary premises is     Sir:��������� 1 notice in the repavi of ihe pre-j  .ions Ci.*.u.iil   i).ei_.n.}i wliifii   .'ippriiuid i  in lliu last i_sue  of our v.ilinble  piper,  th.ii .'in .ipplictuion   io   li'ii.e   ilu*.   pink  yroulul*. hi'.d been mado.  Of com .c lliu M.ivor .mil '.."ouncil  would not think sciimihly of ^i.imir.g  .my sii-h u*c|Uij-t, lirsilv beciuisi.* il w,',s n  i;ift in i]k* City for *iri c.pccial purpose  anil lhe \> ru iv in;; of its uso for ,'ii.yihniiti  elsti miji'.it Ui.ttl ni the uidulru*.. iiijj nf ilu*  H fl ii" w;is u.cd  for nn;  rihcr  I'lirposc  beiny (ixed tin in thi front part  of Mr. Siddair*-* lailoring establishment. These gentlemen arc-  well and Favorably known and  no doubt will establish a'good  business.  A petition is being circulated  throughout the city nud district,  petitioning lhe <-!. P, R, to keep  S. S, Princess Mary oii the  Nanaimo ���������Comox rui'ij ���������:;'. instead  ' cf ihe S, ,8. Channel. The  petition is in the hands of Mr.  Frank Dalby and is being large-'  ly signed.       .*   .,    p    ���������  ;hlKD.:-VVe     have    to    announce, with   deep regret, 'the  sudden     death    of   the.     little  daughter of Mrs. Kdclic  (.neve  of Penrith Aveuuu.     The little  one was over-come by the severe  heat,   and     tool;     convulsions,  which caused  her death.    It is  lesH than a year ago   since Mrs.  Grieve:  lost  her   husband,   nud  now tbi:>  has   come upon  her.  .She 1ms the sympathy of Lie .(jut-ire community.  .  Mr, .1. Wier, is we are pleased  to say, gradually    improving in  health; "Dad"   is  now able  to  . go out on tlie verandah and eu-  '.- '\     M     *    iV    I        .,*,.        U! ���������     in*   j*"*) .   "���������*     -���������* "..       J ' "       *',.  ,- , ������������������ ���������   . i i     ,"        1       , ,  HlCliVllI    \Vlli     Um       lilmUftmlii U. IV.i.U  that it will not be lung before  liis familinr face may ho seen  found ilu: New**, cflice once more.  Of The.Council  Council Met Tn Special Ses:.iou  Ou Lust- Monday  Evening  The Council  met   in   special  session to  consider   the   accept  ance of tlie insurance  company'!**  proposal and repairing Ciiy Hall.  The Clerk was tnlornied to gll  iu papers for a claim of three,  hundred dollars and lmve same  forwarded to the head ol'fn-c of  the Company.     H  was also  de-  <ilV.>1l>li tlQy  Police Commissioners  (j'ii'st, Electing Of   Coin:nis^ion������i*s  Was Held Lii't Tuesday  Evening  REST, -   $8,0C0,00G  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce wili, receive deposits of $-i- ano  upwards,'on which interest is allowed at current, rnlcs. Tiie re i>. <-.o  dehiy in withdrawing the whole or any portion of l.he deposit. Smal!  deposits are welcomed.                                   ��������� .av.vi  Accounts may hi opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any-one of the number or by tlie survivor. A joint aoeonri*  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of tU-. metier  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to piovidc fei  his wife, or for others depending upon hini, in the event of his death.  C UMEEE.LAND Bit,AMCE W. T. W!Ill E,   Kan .*. i fci  The Police Couimi 'dinners met  furthe first time hist .Tuosdny ev  lining, pi-i'senl, Mnyoi* McLeod,  Ciimmisiionei'i Watson and Catup  J>ell  A   couiuiuuiciiiioii    1 com     ihei  i-iih*nil jirices and saiiiple*.:.  The Mayor stated that Co'ista-  bhi Tliom*5on risked  h*ti\n  of   ah-'  i-ence   for onn week,    The   Jioard  gi'iiiited Constubh* Thnnis'/ii's   re-  (picst and named \V, Miixwi'ii us a  thnn lliu ont* '���������'I'mul/tlC'cl;  besidcis  it.  uill     , . , ...  boagreai pleasure ami benefit lo ihe H^ lP Put out *U",,CeS cn.1-l,,,S  people, L-peciiOly ihe clii'ldrcn, fur whrse Tor tender's -for the repair oi the  buiH'llli irwas (���������iven, us. wull .is an atlvcr- (jjf.y "H.a;l, tenders to he opened  .Wuuei.1 io .iim Cuy whicli.is  just  on a) r'e<jular lueetiug'Tiext  Monday  ihe f.vt: of a rapid dcvol(*pi..cnt,  Then to (-.nt down and clear away '.he.  lieiuitifiii gifntih nf \\in various nilnnd  trees would be sm.li :ui ,*u:l of p'.ito van  tlahs'ii dial would be :x clir.)',i-aci: to tin;  people's rdprescntniiyes, were ihey ��������� io  nliow ii, whuli one ctiuioi believe  possible, Yours ,utc.  Heuuiily 'I lie Cuy,  j.rcn.icY-asa.siaiM).  A i.|uiet bul intereniinit weildini; look  place on Thursday eveninj,', May <'/.li, al  the home of Mrs. Ruben Cefiufnrd, I'er,-  nlli AviMiiii*. v hen licr eldest (lautjhler,  .Miss KilirU'eiisloiVr, ������-iis,iiiiitc*d in inar-  n.ijje to Mr Fied l.eflcy of ihis ciiv.  The.'ccnsiiiiriiiy "as performed'* by tlie  Key, j. Mood, of   St.   (Icoi'ne's (Jliundi,  Uo.ir.1 ol' Lioium.   Co.ui..i,doue,r, sll|)t>tituie during  Mr. ThoiiHoi''  night and have   the  work  completed as soon as possible,  It was also decided io hold  special sessions in older lo com  plele tho sidewalk by--law as  soon as the survey work was  completed,aud estimates of cost  made, ���������  The T.ig Store, is showing au  exceptipually large range, ol  neckwear for spring and similiter  in the. very newest shades and  shapes,  i\!rvCui'fis, la'c of the Ciiy  Uni 1 Moving, Pietim* Show, is mi  ������������������   . ,, , ,      ,.   , .       dc-tekamiiu, and has a^umed uuui-  I lie bndo was becoiniutfly atluctl  in u ^ ,    *    ' , .,  pretiy white nosvu .iih hnio mauh; -'gem.-ut n) thnO.phou,.,. iMovm-  hev.si*-:lor, MU������ f.������n������ Ces^.nl, aned as (lMcl-IH'o SllOW Tll'.'-llll'n III tliu Cuitl  hridesmaiil. while Mr, JCtl. Kule did i |u*i'lniid Hull  lhe duties of best man, The  bride  was  a.king the eo-operutiou of the  l!n:ird of Police Column-.-inner.*"- to  enforcing thtrprovisions of * the  Liipior Liceusy regulations was  received* and the. Clerk im-tnuited  to iul'oi-iii the Lioui),*;e Cmninis-i  ioners.lluit iho Polico CouiipisKion  ers were willing to"'c.o operi'U'o  with them in thi* uutitniv  uhsi'iise, .-objt-iel lo Mr, Mii\-\\eil  ant'oplalieti.  'Mr. John Spencer, fish dealer,  stilTeved.a severe loss (?) ou las'.  Tuesday   nii'-ht.      The   terrilic  Something novel is taking  place in the Courtenay Opera  House on the evening of Thurs  dav. M.iv ?.ud, "A !.r";ich ol  Promise Trial,'' yr,o.ooo damag-  ei.1. Plaintiff, Miss vSns.iu Van  Dus.in; defender.!, Mi ���������\itliuv  Sh'ippaid. Cmit opens at '!.,*><:  p. in. sh.iiji. Adtths ,vK-. (Tii!-  dreu 2;.c,  The event of' the sea's-  <mJ  on. Dou't miss ii,. '  ���������The following luisine^ people  of our town are proving theii  faith in Chun berland l>y building  Appointments of Offiecrsr-  ��������� .lohn If. Cray   was   appoindd  <������>' M;nyi)urt   Avenue ami Third  Chief   of Polico mi the ^uiiio con.  tlitioin*! us. hisi, year, and   (innsia-  hie Tliouiiioii was h!k) ni-nppoint  ol policeman, oh ���������night duly.    "  Tho clerk was iu.-irneicd h,  call, for tenders for uniform:; for  the eily policemen;   tenderers   in  i"     ''    . T , ' i   "   r i   i   i .  liinniediatelv, Mes.sis P'rank P'ah  ale compelelv demolislud   Ins ;' ..  ,:.' ,      , i i* i    '   .     t ,i ���������    ios, A. II. .1 e;'.ccy and -drs. Johs'  h,sh establishiiicnt   at the coruer j     ' " J  iu Mary port ��������� Avenue ami Third ��������� ,! ������������������  Street. Mv. Spencer feels very Tlie Lawn Tennis Club open-  much put out over his loss, bill'C(l Jbt-ir season ou lhe Uowc  if wearn correctly infoniUHl, he, '^'~n{* ^ouit yesterday after  will commence 'building opera- ,100U; th"rk- w:,s a ,ar^ ;ulc>nd  tions al once at the old si uud  when he will be prepared to en  ter*t.n ihe public as u.-*ual.  ih������ recipient o| many lnuisninn and use  fill |il'f."il!l-!S,  ������i,      ,  i    "i 11  Ut i.  uiiu       'it ���������  f"  I  family  left  by autu tbin nioiu- jp*  hut for   Vancouver where   they  auce of jiuMiibcrs and ffieuds.  Miss 11 rn wu was h'istess of tin  occasion.  a^mXWlkmWm^^  ������������������������������������   i ti  ���������    Girls' White.Lawri Dresses  '"PliKSK DHIibSKS come'ii a very fine  quality  of lawn, iiimiued with  I    pule blue and pink ribbon, very dainty lor >|niug  and   suiunni   wc.n.  ��������� \  ues a'  fit   , ...- .,..(,  f.o  Bovs* Wash   Shirts  In all ilu-Ir-aibiv puiiciiv, ninl sivlis, snrh a*i linsii'i'   HroMi,   Sailor  liic.c   i-ho.U   will   wn.,1*,-  well and hoid ilu* < (Mor and .ikj jusl ilu; llliu;; lor a well ilicsseil Imv. !,u.iy, li'oi.i \ lo   *..!>, yens.  Silk Organdy  In tin* lovi'ly *.ofi *'1,*idr*--( ,r, bclio, \ii\V, striw, Mn ������������������ 1>I*> *, -.1.., b! i", !������<: tr! ���������*.*i<���������*-,  t'< it *pi.*'M*   l-.i  JUST RECEIVED  dniiin<-iii  nit  ind  Wt  11 Ml  Uliiole  'lor  ni',utnir.  '    it't". ::f-  if  .'. '-<���������'  ;,oe ,'ttu  1  . .������* it. V      ���������"���������  7A  tf  9 3  V  ���������v^ur-f.'  -iw^r.-tWZ'MWiVV^hi^  ?&msm cs^~  t *^pr'^>-tf������,*j-������i  i���������-^M,-?.--sj������nri^-Wii.1 *?���������������"  ���������*rjF-������,,W^ -M������i%*���������"���������*,_���������_._..-*i..^.rf^i  ������HE NEWS. CUMBERLAND, tt a  IN THE  BALANCE  By L 6. MOBERLY  Author of  "Dan and Another," "A Tangled  W������b,"    "Sin of Allsoit  Deer-  tng,"  etc., etc.  WARD,  LOCK  ft. CO.,  LIMITED  London, Melbourne and   Toronto.  first   sees  Vtys-  (ContSnuedl.  "I am immensely interested; please  keep me posted in the pioneer experiments. Hut at this moment I have  a suggestion to make to you. I liave  only had part of my time 'oft duty'  to-day. und 1 was,, thinking of going  to my brother's'studio after tea. He  lias settled down yot far from here.  Will you come'round there with' me,  and see his latest picture? He wrote  io me last night begging me to come  and criticise; and he himself is rather an interesting person."        '  The suggestion was simply made.  Clare was so convinced herself that  no man in tho world ever wished, or  would wish, for more than good-fellowship from her, that no" suspicion  of any "arriere pensee" in her. speech  ever arose in the minds of her men  friends. Sincerity and simplicity  were tho keynotes of her character,  and Oliver Dynecourt���������-like others  of his sex���������recognised this, and dimly understood, too, that this good-  fellowship was precisely what his  fretted and miserable ,heart most  needed. He accepted, her invitation  with alacrity. Any occupation would  have been preferable to returning to  his own rooms and lais own thoughts;  and he felt a stirring 6f gratitude towards the, brown-eyed woman with  the sweet voice.  ***"*.  "I should like to be on the staff  of this blessed old place," he said  as they walked together across the  garden and colonnade. "In old student days I often pictured myself back  here as senior surgeon! As it is, I  have no hospital practice at all���������I  simply have three demonstrations  here���������and I am thankful to-give occasional help to a friend who has a  small surgery in a back slum. I get  a certain amount of experience there  "and���������it wards off rust-."  Clare's genuine interest beguilded  him to; continue talking to her of his  i cases and ambitions, until a short  Walk brought them to a narrow street  running down to the Embankment���������  a street apparently given over exclusively to artists' studios. Upon the  door of one of these, on which a card  was pinned bearing the name Richard  Bevan, Clare knocked, and it was almost instantly opened by a many who*  greeted hei* with the words���������������  "Why,   Sis^ haye_ you ' got  second  ,^l'^Tr?~T^inteti'^,"oTr_Tn-g^tTmTi'l"cal"-"'  arly to-night."  "I have brought Mr. Oliver Dynecourt, an old St. Hugh's acquaintance,,  to' see tho picture," she answered,  "and wc both mean lo criticise it freely���������I especially,.* because you havo  been so mysterious over it, Dick."  By this time they stood inside the  large airy studio, and Dynecourt was  able to take a prolonged survey of the  artist, who was engaged in sweeping  ���������off the few chairs the pile of miscellaneous articles with which thoy were  heaped high. One or two beautiful  .Persian rugs lay on the floor, and  hangings in rich soft colours adorned  the walls; but it was evident that Mr.  Bevan had a habit of putting down all  his belongings upon whatever, object  chanced to bo nearest him at the moment, and hooks lay on ono chair,  music on another, his hat and coat  on a third, whilst, on tho fourth an  enormous grey angora cat reposed in  Imperial stnto.  Tho artist himself was a tail, loosely built man, bearing an odd resemblance to his sister, but with all the  alert energy of hor face ���������..onsplcuous-  ly absent from his. Mis brown eys  wero dreamy and soft, Ids sensitive  mouth showed none of the h Irene1;'.!!  of hero, and his chin F,a *o dlsilnct  Hlgns of weakness. But It wan llio  faco of a poet���������gentle, dreamy, puis.'  ���������and, like his slstar, he posst'iaed a  voice of rare musical qiialU/.  "Sho camo Into Iho room llko tlio  very incarnation of spring," hn Raid  dreamily, mul "a prflpofl", of no remark that Iind Rono beforo. "I wish  you could havo soon her, Sis. I made  licr iioso then and thero, I am calling tho picture 'Naufllcaa'���������It Is Iho  .'." *������������������(������������������..'.��������� '!'������������������''*���������-'������ $&&''*���������' 1,"  *������������������> ���������' ������**>)' ���������*���������'���������*������������������'?' ������������������"���������' .'  sews mm  ���������������      **".'? >     ���������  *   ��������� . '-l"rtV     .    . *"*   ���������  ,     ,,.   ,   ,"���������* (V V;. .... rfo   .fj*\. *,.���������,., r !���������,:������������������    r  are the  Two Great Creator*  of Energy  Energy means power���������  powtr to work, to think,  to throw off and keep  off disease.  Get uii tiie sunshine  you can, and take  i Scott's Emulsion  leguiany. It vail give  you strength, fle^h and  vitality.  B* sure to get SCOTTS--  it'* th* Standard and alway*  tha bait.  moment when L.::e  ses."  Dynecourt aud Clare exchanged  smiles, and a tender look came into  Clare's eyes as she glanced at her  brother moving his miscellaneous  lumber from the chairs to a corner  of tho studio, and talking all the time.  Her unpractical, poetical brother was  very dear to her, and his complete  absorption in whatever interested  him for the moment was to her bo  much a part of his personality that  only tho amused expression on Dynecourt's face showed her how it might  strike an outsider.  "Dick, you egoist," sho said with a  laugh, "try to detach your thoughts  from your own concerns for live  minutes. Mr. Dynecourt and I are  both anxious to seo your now picture,  and wo aro prepared with scathing  criticisms. Meanwhile, 1 want you to  try and grasp the fact that Mr. Dynecourt is a pioneer in surgery, and I  know you sympathise with pioneers."  "I do indeed." Dick Bevan, his  amis full of books, turned and faced  Dynecourt with a smile that gave  actual beauty to his face. "To how  out new paths���������whether in the densest of jungles or amongst dense hu--  man minds���������could anything be more  satisfying? If I had not been a painter, I should like to have mado fresh  tracks somewhere in the world. But  when one gets a model like my 'Nau-  sicaa,' to paint her is tho only thing  worth doing."  "May we see the picture?'' Oliver  asked," his own practical and vigorous  mind strangly drawn towards the  painter, whose brown eyes shone with  enthusiasm.  "She did not come here with any  thought of "being painted," the artist  continued, moving across the studio  towards a large canvas with its face  to the wall: "she came lov her mother to arrange about my taking a  cottage -near them....'It was absurd;  liko sending a lily flower to settle details of chimney-sweeping, and as she  stood there in the doorway, the picture Hashed into my brain. I made  hei* stay arid pose, and when 1 can  get her amongst the apple blossoms "���������*"'  ''My dear Dick, do stop raving one  moment, and talk plain English. Mr.  Dynecourt looks quite dazed, and I  feel so. What have lilies and chimneys got to do with your model? And  where do apple blossoms come in?"  "1 only compared her with a lily."  Dick explained mildly; "It was so ridiculous of her mother to send her to  arrange about something* so every  day and prosaic as a cottage. 1 have  to go to Handhurst to do a portrait  and I must live somewhere."    .  At 1ho name Handhurst. Dynecourt  started, and Clare, though apparently not observing him. knew that his  eyes darkened with pain  "The whole thing arose out of a  muddle I made," Bevan went on placidly. "I wrote to the wrong house  and 'Naiisicaa^ came with a message  from her mother to say that it was  not their cottage that is to let. but  a cottage on the other side of the  -commonv���������I-shall-be-able-to-paint-h e.;.  amongst the apple treos when I go  down���������but���������there she is herself."  With a note of triiimph in his voice,  he turned the large canvas round,  and neither:'"Dynecourt nor Clare  could refrain *from a little gasp of  delighted surprise as their eyes fell  upon it.  "My dear Dick, you have never  done anything the least like it before," Clare exclaimed, her own voice  echoing the triumph infther brother's;  "you have never done anything nan  so good." ,   ,���������     ''���������,**  "I never had anyone half so perfect  to paint," ho answered; "Did I exaggerate? Isn't sho a perfect incarnation of spring?" ;  "Perfect." Only the one word dropped from the young surgeon's lips,  and thon all threo stood back from  the canvas, looking silently at the  graceful form that seemed on tho  very point of stepping out to meet  them.     ' '.',    ,    ,    - nn  She was a young girl, slender still  as a boy, but with the look of dawning  womanhood In hor eyes. Her lips  were Just parted, as though in surprise;, her hands wero outstretched  In welcome; all about her shoulders  lay her wind-blown hair, like ripples  of sunshine, framing tho girlish loveliness of her faco. Hor white gown  bvushiid tho meadow grass, amongst  whoso grponnoss grow bright coloured  Howers' that bent in the breeze ol  spring; and ovor her head tho sky  was as deeply bluo as hor oyof������.  ���������The background will bo a tangle  or apple blossoni, the boughs Interlaced against tlmt deep sky," Bevan wild  cugorly; "and 1 shall get my apple  orchard at llandlnii'Ht." ;  "Dick, yott never told mo about  IlaiidhurHt; what In taking you  thoro?" hia i;lalor put In, recalling  how, In tholr onrly hospital days top-other, Dorothy had spoken lo hor of  tho llaliipHhire village and of the Ucc-  tory which was hor homo; "nnd huvo  ymi taken a cottage? Do try lo bo  more lwlel. Aud has 'NiiiiBicaa' no  ordinary KiwllHh name?"  "Didn't I tell you?" Hevtin ������|iol.o  i.lmontlv, his eyes Mill IIxpiI on iho  Hlendor young form In Iho portrait.  "Oh, welt, I hhw a cottage advertised  In some paper���������l forgot which-and  I'wrote about it, My mlHtriko I addressed mv letter wrong, and It wnnt  iih I tell you, tn NihihIcuii'h wotliiT.  Her name Ih Dyson; she Is a widow,  Their house Ih elo.o to (he one I am  to hnve*. thov arc both a mile or no  out of llaiullitiiKt. Thero is an apple  orchard ready to >������y band. ."���������"'  They Keep tlie  whole system  in the pink of  condition.  Their singular curative pro-  , perties discovered by an Indian  tribe���������introduced tocivilization  nearly a century ago���������compounded since 1857 In the  Comstock Laboratories at  Brockville, Ontario.  Dr. Morse's  Indian  Root Pills  have a remarkable record for  consistently curing constlpa-  tlon.blliousnessandindlgestlon,  ANTIQUITIES AT WHITEWOOD'  Interesting  Discovery  of  Stone  And  Flint Relics Tells of Saskatch'e-  wan's Early Days.  W. E. II. Stokes, of the Provincial  Civil Service, recently spent a vacation at Whitewood, where he secured  some interesting relics, which have  been presented by their finders  through him to -the museum at tho  parliament buildings.  Eniile Renoult, who lives a fow  miles south of Whitewood presents  some stone implements, presumably  of great antiquity. They consist of a  stone axe, hammer, what is supposed  to havo been a. Iiido scraper, several  flint arrow heads, etc.  Apparently, with the exception of  lhe arrowheads, they are mado -of  portions of the prairie boulder stone.  They are very interesting as showing  the primitive nature of the weapons  and implements of aboriginal humanity. Another Iind consists of a rusty  old six shooter, of a very early pattern, and which, is supposed to be,  by some, one of the old police guns,  such    as    were   carried by Colonel  the  28  headaches and clearing the  skin. 25c. a box everywhere.  French's men when he crossed  purifying the blood, banishing [plains in the seventies, and took possession of the Blackfeet country. Tho  stock is gone, but the gun, although  badly rusted, is otherwise fairly well  preserved. It was found in a bluff by  Mr. Buchan, of the Merchants Bank,  Whitewood, who kindly gavo it to"  Mr. Stokes for the museum. The  stone implements aro being photographed by Mr. Grenfell, and it Is  said to be tho intention of Librarian  Ilawkes to send the photos to the  Maidstone Museum,' Kent, England,  so that they may bo compared with  the flint implements found in that  country with a view of discovering  similarities and differences.���������Regina  Leader,  "' Voicing His Plea.  "Not guilty!" exclaimed tho prisoner.   "An' Oi can prove it."  "That remains to be seen," observed the judge.  "Whoi," continued the prisoner in  an aggrieved tones, "when tho man  was robbed, yer worship, what could  Oi be iloin' in the house when Oi  wazn't thero at all, at all, but was  thrae doors down beyont the lamp  post moulding the baby? Shure, ony-  one in the strate could have heard  mo singin' away; for it's a moighty  powerful voice Oi have, an' it's many  a toime Oi've "  "Stop���������stop!" cried the judge angrily. "What on earth has your voice  to-do with it?" ,    ,  "He only means, your worship," exclaimed Pat's counsel, smiling blandly, "that he can prove a lullably."���������  National Food Magazine.  One Helped The Other.  A Lady waa continually, accusing  her servant of extravagance without  any real cause. rThe servant- iilways  bore this accusation patiently.  One day the servant informed her  mistress that the coal had all been  consumed. - This was followed by the  usual remarks on the part of tho mistress, who finished up by saying:  "You evidently eat them."  The next day the candles were all  gone.     / .  "Candies gone!" said the mistress,  fortnight ago."  "Oh, woll," rejoined tlie servant,  who could stand this sort of thing no  longer. "I can tell you where-the  candles have gone. I ate them to  swallow tho coal more conveniently!"  Getting Even.  It was close oiu.midnight, and Ihe  professional guest felt It was high  time for him to stop playing.  "Perhaps I'd better not play any  moro to-night," ho said, wearily. "I  see you have near neighbors; and  they might be annoyed."  "You needn't mind them a minute,"  said his hostess eagerly. "Wo are  perfectly sure they poisoned our cat,  and if they did nothing is too bad for  them.-' '" .".*.'���������*  THE WEARY SMILE  THAT COVERS  PAIN  Was He Brave7  lie had been courting the girl for a  loug time. Jt happened on Sunday  night, after church. They were sitting on the sofa, and she looked with  ineffable tenderness^ into his noble,  blue eyes. , *  "Tom," she murmured, "didn't you  tell me once you would bo willing to  do any act of heroism for my sake?"  "Yes, Mary, and I would gladly reiterate that statement, now,"-he replied. "No noble Roman of old was  fired with a loftier ambition, a braver  resolution, than I."  "Well, Tom, I wan1, you to do something really heroic for me."  "Speak, darling, what is it?"  "Ask me to be your wife. We've  been fooling long enough."  "��������� Not'very Anxious;     "     --���������-'-  Old  Gent:     "So  you. want  to  become my son-in-law?"  Women  are Themselves    to    Blame  for Much of Their Suffering.  Women aro weak, yet under a smile  they will try to hide pain and suffering that any man could not bear  patiently. If women would only re-  ! member that their freijuent -.failures  of health arise from feeble or impure  blood their lives would be smoother  aud they would longer retain their  natural charm.  When the blood fails then begin  those dragging backaches and head:  aches; unrefresiling sleep that causes  dark lines under the eyes; dizziness;  tits of depression; palpitation or  rapid fluttering of the heart; hot  flashes and indigestion. Then the  checks grow.jiale, the eyes dull and  .the complexion" blemished.  Women should know that much of  ibis suffering is needless and can be  promptly remedied. 'Purify and enrich the blood" through the use of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and your  suffering will vanish. Thousands of  women know that Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills have brightened their lives by  ���������making the ncw.jjood blood of health,  Tnid"^(rfMiirg"uiraiinh"e"vitar organs"  into healthy, vigorous actibn. Here  is   an   instance from among many,  A soldering iron, heated by a jet  sviih the point fed from a gasoline  tank on tho handle, is a recent, invention.  Complete in itself, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator does not require  the assistance of any othor medicine  to make it effective. It does not fail  io do its work.  Everything Needed.  A peasant in a remote part of Cal*  way was ono day standing at the  door of his cabin. He did not look  particularly well .off, poor fellow, and  an English tourist passing stopped to  speak to him. As ho did so he saw  the children inside playing with a  pig! The Englishman was shocked.  "My good fellow," he said, "why  have you that pig in tlie house? It  does not seem right."  "Why . not,   sorr?"   answered Pat  promptly;     "why    nol?      Sure,    an'  Baby's Rash Became  a Mass of Humor  *tm*mmmm*mmmmtmmm  Parents Decided'He Could Not Bo  Cured, "Cut!cura" Soon Made ,  His Skin Perfectly Clear.  A Toronto iran, Mr. Robert Mann, of 738|  Queen St. Ear.t, says: "Our boy was born in  Toronto on Oct. 13, 100S, and when three  months old a slight rash appeared on his  cheek. What appeared to  ba a water blister would  form. ' IVhen it broke,  matter would tun out.  Btartlnff new blisters until  Ills entlro face, head and  shoulders wero a mass of  scabs and you could not  see a pattlclo of clear skin.  Wo did not know what  to do for him and tried  about every advertised  'remedy without avail, indeed fiorao of them only-  added to liia .suffering and  one. in particular, the ������������������  Remedy, almost put tho  infant Into convulsions.  Tho family doctor proscribed for him. This did  not do any good, so w������  took lilm to n hospital.  He was treated sis an ouupatlont twice iu  week and he cot worse, If anything. We then  called In another doctor nnd inside of n week  tho boy was, to all appearances, cured and  the doctor said his work was done. ; But tha  very next day it broko out as bad as* ever.  "Wo decided that it could not bo cured  tond must run its course and so wo just kept  liis nrms bandaged to his side to prevent his  tearing his flesh. Tho Cuticura Remedies  wero recommended. Wo started using them  jn May, 1909, and soon the curo was complete.  Cuticura mado his skin perfectly clear and  lie is entirely frco from tho skin disease.",  tSigned) Robert Mann, May 3, 1910.  In another letter, dated Juno 2<M 1911, ho  adds; "_>fy boy has never had any moro  troubio since using Cuticura."  Tor moro than a generation Cuticura Soap  and Ointment havo afforded tho most successful treatment for skin and scalp troubles  of infants, children and adults. A single set  is orten Hiirtlcient. Although sold by drug-  cists and dealers throughout tho world, u.  liberal sample of each, with 32-p. book on  tlio skin, will bo sent free, on application to -  Potter Drug <fe Chem. Corp.i 58 Columbus  Ave., Boston, V. S. A.  -&���������  FURS  Trappers,Dealers, Is  any Kind of Row furs,  cannot afford to dis,  pose of their collections without first  obtaining our prices  ;        ,-.;,,'.��������� , ,���������.������������������,��������� i���������   '_     . Bent  upon request,  hasn t  tho   house   ivery   accoinmoua-, Remittance forwarded day goods received,  lion that any raysonable pig would  require?  Youth: "No, I don't; but ifl marry j Miss Cora A. Cornell, St. Catharines,  vour daughter I don't very well see*  how I can get out of it!"���������London  Opinion.  Real Meaning of "At Half Wast"  Perhaps you have noticed that  whcnevei a prominent person dies, especially if ho is connected wth the  government, the flags on .public���������buildings* are hoisted only part of the way  up. This Is called half mast. Did  you ever stop to think what connection* there could be between a. (lag tha1.  was not properly hoisted and tho  death of a great man?  Ever since the time flags were used in  war it has been tho custom to have tho  flag of the superior or -conquering nation abovo that of the inferior or van.**  qulshed. When an army found itself  hopelessly beaten it hauled its flag  down far enougn* for the flag of tho  viciors to be placed abovo It on the  snnie polo. This was a token not only  of submission, but of respect,  In those, days when a famous .soldier died flags wero lowered out of  respect to his memory. Tho custom  long ago passed from purely military  imago to public 1UV i.i' all KhitlH. tlio  ting flying at half mast being u sign  that tho dead niiin was worthy of uni-  vorsul respect, Tho space left above  it Is for tho Hag of tho grout .conqueror  of all, llio Angel of Death,���������Now York  Sun-  Minards Liniment for sale everywhere.  m*m       -��������������������������� ���������'���������������������������    ���������'���������     ��������� '        ��������� ���������  A Natural Bent  ��������� "Professor," said Miss Skylight, "I  want you to suggest a course in lifo  for mc. 1 havo thought of journalism"   "What are your own inclinations?"  "Oh, my soul yearns and throbs  and pulsates with an. ambition to give  the world n lifework that shall be  marvelous in its scope and weirdly entrancing ln the vastness of its structural' beauty'."  "Woman, von'ro born to be a milliner."���������Tit-Bits.  Express and mail charges on all shipments  paid by us. Canada's Lardest Fur Operator.  Your correspondence solicited.  John Hallam        ���������        Toronto  Tbe Wrong Throat  A littlo boy look tin apple lo school  tho oilier day and wns playing with  It, When the teacher saw liiin ho  took* it from* hini and Inter commenced  lo wit it himself.  As tho boy saw tho Inst pleco disappear ho bcgnii to cough violently.  When tho teacher nsUcd him what ho  was coughing for ho replied:���������  -I'leiisc, nir, the applo has gone  down (no wrong way."  Out., says: "Ever since the age of  fourteen I havo suffered terribly with  pains In my back, and severe headaches. I was also much troubled  with indigestion and had to be extremely careful as to my diet, and  sometimes "did not feel like eating  at all. Some two years ago the headaches became so bad that.I had to  give up my* position, which was clerking in a store, where, of course, I was  constantly on my feet, I took a position in an ofllce, whero I could be  seated most of the lime, but oven  then : .suffered terribly most of tho  iimo. As "tho medicine I had been  taking did not help me I finally decided lo try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  I got a supply, and soon felt they  wero helping mo und I continued taking tho pills for sevoral months until  I felt perfectly well. Although' my  doctor advised mo not to go back to  my old position, I decided to do so,  and havo not felt any ill effect. I  never havo backache now, soldom a  lieadncho. and all traces of tho Indigestion have dlsapnonred, I cannot  speak too highly of Dr, Williams' Pink  Pills nntl I hope this letter will help  Homoono who suffer.s tia.I used to."  Bold by all medicino dealers or by  mall at 50 cents a box or six hoses  for $2,50 from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Hrockvllle, Ont.  quickly &tops coughs, cures colds, heals  tbe throat aid tunija -   , ������i5 cents.  Balks  Uncle Amos���������"I call de ol' hoss  'WriUn' Paper'-"  Cousin Sue���������"WhyV  Undo Amos-"IIe's so often stationary." *-.;  "I hope our dear old Dr; Wu, Ting  Fang is on tlie right sldo iu, these  Chinese troubles," said a diplomat at  dinner in Washington.  "Dr. Wu," ho continued, "used to  tell many illuminating anecdotes  about tho������������������ Chinese ���������character. I remember one about ingenuity.  "A Chinaman, tho anecdote ran,  found his wife lying dead in a Held  one morning���������a tiger had killed hor.  "Tho Chinaman went homo, procured some arsenic, and, returning to  the Held sprinkled it over tho corpse  "The next day tho tiger's dead boijy  lay beside tho woman's. Tho v.ulna-  man sold the tiger's skin to a mandarin nnd Its body to a physician to  mnko fear-cure powders and with flu*  proceeds he was ablo to buy a younger  wife."���������Washington Star.  Ym-'v  "George, dear," said the young wife,,  "you arc growing handsome- overy  day."  ��������� i os, darling," replied the knowing  (ieorge. its a way I havo just betore your birthday."  While the f/oney Lasts-  Spenders     (bitterly)���������It    is  enough to ir.ako friends, but  hard to keep them.  Lenders���������Oh, 1 don't know,  got a number of friends who  perfectly willing to let ine  them.���������Boston Transcript.  easy  pretty  , I've  seem  keep  Thorns from some varieties ot  cactus have been found to work better than steel needles when used to  transmit the sound ln phonographs.  A singlo Yarmouth fishing boat has  landed as many as'200,000 herring.  Since tho abolishment of queues In  China a sudden demand hns boon  created for lints, and at Osnka factories are working night and day to  till orders, Hong U'ong hns a similar  oxpoi'loiico.  London Clearing liannoiH' i el urns  for 1911 .nggrogiited- $7l,oon,noo.ooo.  The Hunk* of Knglnnd's gold bullion  Block nt the end nf llio year was ?ir,7,-  SI 0,000.  The receipts of American jilrture  IhoittiTH are stild lo amount to ?i:i,000,*  000 n year.  Iu HuhhIii people must iniiiTy before  rriichlng Uu* "go "f eighty or not nl  nil, and marry only flvo limes,  Wise Phyelclnn  "I lohl   (ho doctor   I was tired   nf  waiting, ho he asked ino to put. nut my  tongue and dope my eyes,   Kept mo  iViVuiro'Voii going down thoro Hlni^jlhni way for Ion nHniiUs?"  i)W   o   a nt   tn applo orchard m u     "And ment,while,'"  l,������.ii,rpr,ii    in   hi. tleturo?" "Ho fitlendod <o    four    oilier pn-  "Ko "lo' oi" io."   llevnn'H tone was tlenu."*-Louisville Courlcr-Joumul.  '   . j     a.      1    ..������..��������� A       ������iw1    list    t.tt rt������\. I maaamamamia " ��������� ���������-*���������*  AU, ORDOniSTft  n-w  W. N. U. fiM.  ..ivi'rni livn It^fftro  nnd bo slop  in d   biiek  from  thn  eaiivnn  to look j  nt it   villi  hnit-hhui, eyi*.    '-Thu oi-,  clianl wily emncH In Indd* iiUnly.   I  h.v*������ itiknn tlio roll URO bolonulng to  a Mr. Tritton hi onlor Unit I mny be  within reach or a Iioiiho eallod Man*  umnro    I hnvo born oommi-Kftlonoil to  p;iltit  tin; pod rait  ol its  Miles llnueHlry."  "Havo yon? Ob! Dick, whnt n  Htraligo colndiloiH'o. Why, I did not  evon know you know tflr MUoh. Un  hus mari-ieil a dour friend of mine."  "I don't   know   lilm, and I don't  V.I1U*  V,ii>   bo bin* liUi'M Iim* lUo unit 1,  union**. If his wlfo In n fthnil of ynu;%,  Utv. link;  -fuhh-fi  t!.";iii;li   !.: i.    V IH  ho ii.aliO ;i fcooil I'h Imr?"  fTo bf  Cmitliwod.)  i Joiin's Advice.  i'.iei'c in .% NitiiVhy UtiniiuiBrt nttut  who recc-iilly rccclvod an linllation  for hlmnrlf and l������l������ wife to spend a  week-end with a well-known aristocrat.  At breakfuBt on the morning follow-  uuinr-Sii-! ing their iimwii nt ino atiooHtrn) castle, Mrs. Nouvoau niche, In trying to  chip off the top of an egg wllh her  knife, exorcised ho much Htrength  that the cjrR was knocked out of tho  nip and rolled umler the table. Not  knowing the correct thing to do In  nurli olroiimxt.'iiiros, she appealed in  Imr liuttbaml.  ".lo-in." nhft whispered, "T have  dropped on ogg.   What am J to rfnl"  "Don't cackle," replied the matter-  of fart, John���������Tit Hits.  The H*",������'-'6������������ Ivy  The Impression that Ivy Is harmful  to walls or iitono or brick Iiiih been  removed by tho testimony of a largo  number of (.oriunn arohlleclH, builders', fiiroHleiii, and mauler wink'nori..  Those trained observers agree that  Ivv has uo toiukncy to ninko tlio  wi'illa dump. Thoy maintain, In fuel,  that, the dinging tendrils of the  plant, extract ami nbnnrli any existing  moisture, and that tho thick leaves  protect the walls from the notion of  die weather. Purthorinoro, they flnd  no nv|f1������iu'f������ Ihat tbo Ivv renin effect  (ho fmindntlotiR of slono mlrnetiirrn.  HOWS THIST  We offer One Hundred Dollar* Reward  (or any caso of Catarrh that cannot bt  cured by  Hall'n Catarrh Cure. *   M    ^  V, J. CHBNBV & CO.. Toledo, O.  We, ine undcrelanud have known P. J.  C'hcnnv fov the, lam 16 years, nnd behove  him perfectly honorablo in all  UUHtn.a������  trnnaiictloiifi. anil financially nblo to carry  obllRiitionH made by .his firm.  Klnnun ic Marvin.  out any  waldlng.  -Wholeflnlo Dru������r������lnt������, Toledo,* O.  Hall'n Catarrh Cure Is taken tntorniilly,  ���������ctlni? directly upou tho blood nnd muo-  euR Htirfuces of tno nyiitom,   Tt'Hllmon ale  fient tree,-   Price, 76o. per bottle,   bold  by nil DruBiilnta,  ~ '     halPa  Family  David Copperfleld  "Of all my books, I like this tho  best. It will bo easily believed that I  am a fond parent to every child of iny  fancy, and that ho one can ev*er lovo  them. Dut. liko many fond parents,  I iiavo in mv neart of hearts a favor-  im ciind. mid his name is David Cop-  perlleld."���������From Charles Dickens' pre-  faco to his story, "David Conperfiold."  Are you first in anything at school,  Earllo?"  "First out of the .building when Iho  bell rings."  "I nn> opposed to the wholo principle*  of inflation."  "Oh, come now! Not in using auto-  mobile tires?"  Take  ration,  Fills for  Const!-  Would Be Very Rich.  A poor fellow, having with dlfllnulty  procured an audience with the first  Duke of NowciiHtlo, told his graco ho  camo only lo ask him for something  towards his support, and, as they  wero of tho samo family, being both  descended from Adam, hoped ho  would not be refused.  "Hurely not," snld the Duke, "surely not! There's a penny for you, and,  If all tho rest of your relatives will  give you as much, you'll be a richer  man than I am!"  Wife; "John, show mo that letter!"  Husband: "What letter?"  '  Wlfo; "That one In your hand, It'u  from a woman, I can see hy the writing, nnd you turned pale whon you  saw 11." ,      . .        .  llUHbund:    "Yen, nullo right. It'u  yonr dressmaker's bill,"���������Merry and  niignl,   I  RuMla'o Wealth In Her Churches  Bt. Petersburg, as woll an Mohcow  has home cathedrals which   ura  voIh of (cdoiilustlcul iircbltectuio. 8t  Ittnac'a Cnthednil, for lii-Htnneo, in tho  MY  DAUGHTER  WAS CURED  By  Lydia E. Pinkliam'a  Vegetable Compound  Ualtlraoro, Md.���������"I fiond you her*,  with the picture of my fifteen yoar old  !i^ninrirsili^i!illl!^!i!linffhllilifltlft ,,Hfl������t0 r Alice, who..  was. rcHtoroa to  health by J.ydlu, E.  Plnkhivm'H vegeta"  bio Compound. She  wivvpale, with darts  drifts undor her  ey������H, weak and im-  table, Two different  dotrtont treated her  aim called it (Iroen  KiekiiOHH, but slie  crow worso all the   time. I.ydUK.Piuk.  lam'a Vegetable Compound was rec  ommended, and after titklnii throe hot-  Mea sho ban retrained ber health, thanks  to your medicine.  I can recommend It  for all femalo troubles."���������Mrfl. LA.  (.     .   ,.,.,,������    ,1^lt   *������*������,.������!���������,-,,������   fltf/.fl     Vnill  I, X. ...........    If'-.'*     *.v*������, ���������.������..*     ..  ,**.*-.,     #/*������*.,  more, Mrt.  Hundreds of finch letters from moth-  ,i < mil, l.i  tfi era expressing tholr (rnitltude for what  WW- Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  "   pound has accomplished for them havo  been received by the Lydia E. P.nkhara  . f      >,  ,, 'I        ...        IT tt.,-  ft..'t\k:\.*,km \tVmi'i'm'*jl,   mfj ....,   Mm-.**  Young Girl*, IIewt TIiIh Advice.  (IIris who are troubled wiih painful  or irregular periods, backache, head.  Ion, or $2,000,000.  KcorcH and scores of Immenne mar*  bio plllara adorn Ita four equal Hides,  while Hoveral of the beautiful   green  ;:u-';i;"-i,/w,iAU.,.'������������������aftHft_iii faint.  nminchlto column* within are vrortli;������JM'M^  a khiK's raiiHom.   It is nald that In llm   ?*Jftf^  golden domes of Bt. inane'* ami   the!   jmedlaU* action and w Jjitorjd tj  jewelH   within   HtisHla   Imn   n "war  SX^^.^ ThAiiunrfiha?������ben  ehesf that would defend hor   from SS55S^**������hh������ft?ti.V  h,.������- i-uet.il.*h I'm i....uy n I...H.IU If *Ut, wtftr^ tn h,*,lh h7 " "^     ���������  ahould need tho ������oia.���������CltrUlluii ller-j    Write to Wm. l'lnUlmin, LyH%  ���������Id. Maws., for advlo*, free. ,-s.-.  THE TCF,WS. CJTTVrPF,T*T,AND, R C.  Curious Mistake.  Sandy was an elder in the church,  and a truly pious man. He had an  eyo for beauty and a love for it, but  he married Tina because ho knew  she would make him an excellent  wife.  "I suppose Tina Is a handsome  lass?" said Sandy's cousin, who met  him in Glasgow not long after the  xnarriage, and had never seen the  bride. "I lcen ye'vo glide taste, Sandy." --  "Aweol," said the bridegroom can  tlously, "she's tho Lord's handiwork,  Tannnas. I'm no' prepared to say she,  Is His masterpiece."  SHOOT THE NEWS  FROM THEJBOUSETOPS  THAT-     DODD'S      KIDNEY    PILLS  CURE SUFFERING WOMEN.  Mrs. Savard Tells How They Cured  Her Kidney Disease From Which  She Had Been a Sufferer For Many  Years.  St. Simeon, Dorlel, Charlevoix Co.,  Quebec. (Special).���������Only thoso who  have suffered know the blessings of  perfect health. Tho joy that it brings  into their lives makes them want to  about the good news from the housetops. Thoy want other sufferers to  know the road to health. Such is the  case with Mrs. Alfred Savard of this  place.  "I aave been a sufferer for many  years with Kidney Disease," Mrs. Savard says, "Reading an advertisement  telling what Dodd's Kidney Pills had  done for a similar sufferer I decided  .cto givo them a trial. Six boxes cured mo completely."  What Dpddls_Kldney __ Pills__havo  "dono "for "Mrs. Savard "they have  done for thousands of other sufferers  in Canada. The daily papers tell of  cures made by them every day. They  always cure Kidney Disease and Kidney Diseaso is the causo of nine-  tenths of the troubles from which women suffer.  Needed It.  "Go over and cover that big ball,"  tho eily editor told tho new reporter.  "They say that somo society women  nro going to pull off somo Oriental  dauces and there ought to bo a good  Story In it."  The reporter went. When ho camo  back somebody asked him, "Uow  wero the Oriental dances?"  "Why���������-er���������well���������thoy���������they needed covering all right," murmured tho  now reporter, and, blushing, bent  over his typewriter.  Tho world's gold output for the last  jroar bas been estimated at $10(1,000,-  000, a gain or 1*1,000,000 over the 1010  output and of more than $200,000,000  over that of ten years ngo.  Sufficient Cause  "What started the riot at the performance of 'Hamlet' last night?"  "Why, Hamlet held the skull nnil  nald: 'Alas, poor Yonclt you nro not  tho only deadhead ln tho houso."���������  Now York GlQbo.  Straight and  Narrow  Hampton���������Bartlcy always follows  the straight aud tho narrow.  Wayburn���������Yes. ho's always directly  bciilnd a fourtoen-inch stogie.  A Redeeming Feature  The old man had given his son a  fair education and had taken him iuto his shop. Ine.young follow was  over-nice about a great many things,  but the father made no comment. On?  day an order came in from a customer  'I wish to goodness,' exclaimed tho  son, "that Gibson would learn to  ppeil," "What's the matter with It?"  inquired the fathor cheerfully. "Why,  he spel's coffee with a l\." "No���������does  he? I uover noticed it." "Of course  you never did," said tho man pettishly. "You never notion anything liko  that.' "Perhaps not, my son," but  oue thing I do notice, which, you will  leani by and by, aud that is that Gibson pays cash."  TO CURE A COLD  IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails  to curo. hi. W. GKOVK'S sijrnatu.s is on  each box.    25c:.  dis-  In a Fix.  Tho new butler looked sorely  tressed about something.  "Mr. Weeds," he said to the gardener, "would you advise mo what to  do?"  "If I can," replied the gardener. "Is  anything amiss?"  "Well, it's like tbis," explained the  worried looking butler, "the young  squire left me strict orders yesterday  to call him up at six this morning,  and���������and ho didn't go to bed till  seven!"  A Missouri man has beeu lodged in  jal_-for-hittlirg~lus~ wiie"vitli' a~pound'  of butter. It Avould seem as though  our millionaires would find something-  better to do.  'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���������When tho  cures effected by Dr. Thomas' Eclec-  trie Oil aro considered, tho speedy  and permanent relief it has brought  to tha suffering wherever it has been  used, It must be- regarded as a marvelous thing that so potent a medicine should result from tho six ingredients which enter into lis composition. A trial will convince tho  most skeptical of its healing virtues.  Warla will render the prettiest  hands .uuBlgbtly,, Clear tho oxcrca-  ccncoB away by upltig Holloway'u  Corn Curo, which acts thoroughly and  palnloBBly.  Involuntary Lose Majeste  Tho chairman (mifferltig from nor-  voiiBiumit ou bis first appearance In tlio  chair and lining after the loyal tcumin  havo been clriiiil.)���������Gentlemen, now  that tho Icing nud qucon tiro druiilc���������  you may smoke.���������Sketch.  in Good Standing  lluslness'  Man���������What    references  can you give,' young man?  ���������  Tall Chap���������Here's a letter from a  tailor asking mo to como and look at  his spring suitings.���������Chicago News.  Medical Genius.  An old doctor, seeing a young ono  who was going along tho street with  half a dozen shabby-looking mon and  womon, called lilm asldo aud asked,  "Who nro all those pooplo, and whero  are you going with them?"  "I will tell you Iu confidence," was  Uio reply, "that I've hired them to  como and sit in my reception room. I  oxpactu rich patient this morning,  nnd I wnnt to mnko an Impression ou  hlrn."���������Judge's Library.  The Adventures of a Great Auk's  ' E93-  An egg of. the Gmat.Auk has.had a  curious history.. After being in "the  collection of the Yiibcomte do Iiarde  for 30 years, in lS25,it passed with  two. others of his collection to tho  Boulogne Museum, The curator exchanged them ,to aa Englishman, for  an ostrich skin: Tlio new owner'sohl  them in London to Mr. Potts, who  took this particular one- to New  Zealand. . Mr. Potts died there, and,  in 3S91 the curator, of tho Christ-  church Museum bought it for .a  friend in England, It was .bought, with,  a "specimen of tlio Great Auk, from  Air. Leopold Field for 600 guineas by-  Mr Rowland Ward. Mr. Ward subsequently repurchased the egg from  Mr. Mlddlcbrool., and disposed of it  to Colonel John E. Thayer, for tho  Thayer Museum, Lancaster, Mass., U.S.A., whore the collection numbers  seven. An American "corner" in fact-  Take Your Choice  Tightwad���������Is "'there anything more  heartrending than lo have a wife who  can cook, but won't do it?  Dyspeptic���������Yes; to have one that  can't cook and will do It.  HER ONLY HOPE  quickly stops couiba, euros colds, Lecls  ths throat ond luntfs 25 ccnls.  New Skin Fiom Eggs  i In a number of skin grafting operations he has recently carried out, a  Philadelphia physician has used the  lining of eggshells Instead of human  skin. One of tho patients ho Is reported to have su.cessruily treated  in this way was a woman who had  had the skin' burned off her back.  The physician declares- that the suffering which has been imposed upon  human donors of" skin for such operations is unnecc-ssaty. Only fresh  eggs may be used,  Unexplored Africa  More than 1,0.00,000 square miles of  the continent ol Africa���������an eleventh  of ils total area���������still remains unexplored. About three-fourths of the  unknown country lies within the desert of Sahara, bill Ihore are also  many fertile regions that hav never  been visited by a European. The  largest stretch of unexplored country  near the sea coast is in Liberia,  about 20,000 square miles, all within  200 miles of tho sea. The basin ot*  the Upper Nile and the adjoining regions of the "Congo basin, Morocco,  parts of Abyssinia, Somaliland, British East Africa, and many other districts have .yet to lie surveyed aud  await the pioneer and explorer iu  the Dark Continent  -of-  of  The Smiths of China  ,.^_The���������Li_-f amily���������are���������the~ Smi lbs-  Chin;:;. The numerical superiority  the Smiths does not matter much in  Great. Britain, but in China (says a  gossip) that sort of thing matters a  great deal. For, by Chinese law nnd  custom, persons of the samo family  name may not iiitorninrry^ A Robinson may not marry a Robinson nor a  Brown a Brown, kinship or no kinship.  Canadian Government Annuities System Has Not Been Abolished.  The Superintendent of Annuities  has received the following enquiry  from an anxious correspondent who,  probably, had read the announcement  that the agency staff of the Branch  had been .discontinued.  "I wish to ask, is it a fact that the  Annuities System has been abolished? If so, I am terribly disappointed,  as I "have intended for some time to  buy an Annuity next summer paying  tho full price. .1 never thought that  tho Act could bo abolished, and have  been using the money in other ways  until I was of ago to receive the first  payment I and many others have  thought that tho Annuities was a One-  provision for poor people. Can I still  buy a Government Annuity? and if  not. is thero anything that will take  its placo, that can be bought?. I do  hopo that it is not truo that the Annuities has been abolished, as it gave  mo the Only Hopo for my old ago."  Wo aro glad to say that the Annuities System has not* been abolished. In transferring tho Branch to the  Post Ofilce Department under the administration of the Postmaster General it is believed that a wider publicity will bo given lo the System, and  that both old and young will more  readily learn of tho opportunity Parliament has afforded them of making  provision for old age, the Postmasters  now becoming active, whilo formerly  they were only passive, agents of the  Branch. Tho benefits will, of,course,  bo moro apparent where payments  aro begun at an early age, the accumulation period being'longer,. and the  marvellous earning power of compound interest at 4 per cent, being  more strikingly demonstrated; and  thero is always the danger ifpayment  is deferred to a lato age that unfortunate investments or expenditures  may bo mado, and the necessary amount bo not then available. There Is  no time liko tho present.  Full information, in regard to the  various plans on which Annuities may  be purchased may be obtained at the  Post Office or, on application to the  Superintendent of Annuities, Ottawa,  to whom letters on Annuities business go free of postage.  Coughs  and OoGds  Are  Dreaded  By Mothers Who Fear  For the Safety of Their Children.  DR. CHASE'S  L1SEED-AND-  SYRUP  OF  TURPENTINE  -Younj  -for  Tho     Bucolic     Customer  man. I wants a dark gray tie.  Tlie    Shop    Assistant���������Ycssir  half mourning.  The Bucolic Customer���������'Art mour-  jilu* be blowed! Won I puts on a tie  I puts it on for the day.���������Tho Sketch.  On .two topics Die great trans-Atlantic steamship companies am not  agreed. Somo/croop* through a fog at  a snail's pace. Others dash through  it at topmost speed���������the quicker out.  of it tho better,' 'Somo Insuro heavily  against loss by*.flro, Others.carry all  tholr lire risks themselves.  By the addition of pulverized mica  concrete Ih nuido to liuiiato gnuiUo,  Experiments are under way In  Oermnny looking toward llio coimlnio*  tion of n 1(1,000 liowo power gun on.  Kino nnd HwIkb ciiglneerH nro cxporl*  lncnllng with a Ras locomotive,  Tommy���������"This pnpur ouyn If you  Finolco cigarette** It changes your complexion."  Willie���������"Thorn right; I am nlwnys  fnnnnil whim I get caught Hinokbuj  them,"  Tt   la   im.'ilblo   to li'iillo   gna   by  piinvVr.   fi'fiiYi   rt   iri\ni\lirn\n       iiniinn      Cm  nil Mcminn imn works the telephone  bullH uio cmx-ivil wuh vine Kiui/.o,  Mlnard's Liniment Relives Neuralgia,  Misunderstanding Him '  "I'vo about decided to got mo a  talking maeblno."  "You believe that two can livo as  cheaply as ono, oh?"*���������Houston I'oot,  Millinery Item  "Thnt hat makes you look llilu,"  nald the clever milcfiinau to the stout  lndy. Sold. "That hnt iimltcH vou  appear stouter," ho snld to tlio thin  lady, Also sold. "It multcn you  look youiiR," bo snld to tho elderly  lady. AJko sold. "It makes you look  tall,'.' bo tut Id to tbo short lady. Also  sold, "It makes you look short,"  hn snld to tho tall lady, Also  Hold. "It matchoH your rich oom-  ploxlon," he snld to tlio pale lndy,  A.I00 sold. And tho pitrclmHOi-a were  nlno nold, for, of courno, all tlio hats  wero exactly alike.  1 Why He Escaped  ARites���������"Why didn't ynu arrest (hn  btirnlfit who vas found under yonr  bed?"  Gladys���������"lie Raid Ihat If I wouldn't  have lilm arr.iHtcd lio'd never tell how  dusty lio-got"���������Hai'iif.'r'K Bazaar.  ������������������: .siiwsfii  nro hnnoHtly nimbi* nnd tbolr nlmohito  perfc'Ctiiiii in ovory tlutull Ih tlm rcjuilL  of our nil yoni'H oxporloiuio In JUkIi Orado  Shoe Iliillillnii, Tlmy urn nbnohiioly tlm  moot popular und luinl hIkh'n I'm* thn prlco  In .Jiiinuli"t. Bloulitd by Icadluif dcalcra  evorywlinre.  the John Mcpherson co., ltd.,  Hamilton, Ont,  Your hands won't get  flumped fills winter  If you use  SNAP.  Milking, econrltiff the separator and  elf atihiR up tbo stable*, pet the dirt and  grime ground right Into the skin,  Cosme aoapond bard tubbing only  chap tbe skin.    8NAP  clean*  and  ifTawXi  SSSfcj  purifies because anti.  ���������epllc���������kgU out the  ilut VfiUt^ul h.ud  rubbing, and Is  uoolbltig and healing  to tbe ������Uiu.  130      15c. a can.  iUifsf U.y iruiluv Thin ti'iuit },,..!, ,t  hnlr In It.  Waller���������That's no hair, It's a crack  ill the plate.  (liioHt���������U's a funny critclt that can  wiggle.  What a weight of responsibility  rests on the mother of tho family during the'winter season!  In every cough and cold she recognizes tho voice of Croup, Bronchitis,  Consumption or oilier deadly throat  and lung complications.  Few people, even among those who  aro convenient to doctors, can afford  tlio luxury of tho physician for every  cough or cold, even though thoy realize tho seriousness^ of neglecting  such ailments.  For all such Dr. Chase has provided a prompt means of euro known  as Dr. Chaso's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine.  One reason why mothers prl/.o this  treatment abovo all others is because  of its niiitabllitiy for children. It is  sweet and pleasant to tho tnato, and  children like to tako It. By its soothing, healing action ll;'is wonderfully  prompt In curing Croup, Bronchitis  and Whooping Cough, and can bo us-  od by children with porfect safely so  Jong as directions aro followed,  Thousands of families in. Canada  keep Dr. Chase's Syrup of. Unseed  and Turpentine in the hottno nt nil  times for uso'In eases of emergency.  This is tho only; way to bo suro of  protecting the bronchial Uibos and  lungs against coughs and colds, 25c  a bottle, family slzo (!0e, at all deal*  ers'or Kdnmnson, Buto! & Co., Limit  e.d. Toronto.  ^4   BRAIN WORKERS   g*^  m*m{fLm\mmm\\   vho &e*- !'(t!e cxerciss, feel better ail round for   M^^^  an occasional dose of _.        ��������� ^-^------^-^Mk  "NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  - They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse th������-  system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared  by a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.  25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and  -   we will mail them;  NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.  21  F"  .5rr* pills re  '  ^^^NTfllg  Cu  *fi  eve  Sor'"������ryOre������,,.1o'd_)_%  >'ft  ^���������       T___*Prapr_r**$.  OO   OOOOOOO:  Backache Means Your Kidneys o  Want Help! <g  The kidneys are nmonn tho most important organs.    '  liicy are mo;t subject to periods of depression, imperfect C^  actum and lowered vitality. Invariably, they give warn- *���������-*  inft, in tho lorm of backache, headache, pains in the  joints, etc. tt iso people, careful of thoir health, act  quickly when any of tiu>se symptoms appear.   Careless  HP   0.'IBV-,.niMrr   nnwmt.    nf,.. i.   -.   _,:.!..   -~  o  0.  or easy-goiiiB persons often permit ft slight affection of  the kidneys to prow into acute or chronic kidney trouble,  nr���������m���������, ,,���������,��������� ,    .     'K������onnK the plainly-given warning of uniioalthy kidney*.  11Vrt0^PU������IP,?������,vcn "nMl������w^������rncys1,y i)lt. CLAllK'S SWEEt NlTItE  ignoring the i  pir t a* 'fi'.l 'i -n inactivo lod..vj-o ,,/  t,u. tuimvo owjiijcr ������nui^  in nn&ir .1.���������  cl<?a,nIs0' to"c* ."'"nulatcsand restore tho kidneys to normal vigor  ������n quick tunc.   Sold everywhere at fifty cents a box or mailed direct by     44 /"-������<  THE MARTIN, BOLE & WYNNE CO., WINNIPEG, OAN. ������  Oooooooooooo������  EUREKA  Harness Oil  Keeps your Harness SOFT AS A GLOVE  TOUGH ASA WIRE, BLACK AS A COAL  Sold by Dealers Everywhere,  The IMPERIAL OJL CO,, Limited  For  DISTEMPER  Pink Eye, Eplzootto  Shipping Fever  & Catarrhal Fever  burc ouro and positive preventive, no matter how horses  , at any age are iiuVcted or "exposed,"   I.iquld, given on tho  tongue; acts on the ]31ood and Glands, expels the poisonous  ffcrms from the body.    Cures Distemper in Dogs and Sheep  und Cholera in Poultry.    Largest selling live stock remedy.  Cures L,a Grippo among human beings and is a fine Kldnev  remedy.   00c and $1 a bottle; 50 and HI a dozen. - Cut thia  out.    Keep it.    Show to your druggist, who will get It for  you.    Free Booklet:,  "Distemper,  Chuses and Cures."  cn���������ulll ... _, DrSTRlBUTOUS���������ALT. WJIOLESAL13  DUUGG.STS  SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists and Bacteriologists, GOSHEN,     IND., U.S.A.  I ask?"  in .the  Silent  Devotion  A lady was one day approached by  her Scotch maid with the int'onniUiou  that she was about to leave. ���������  "What is tho reason lor vour leaving me?"  "I think I'll bo a mavryln'."  "Indeed! And whom, may  "Tho man that sits across  kirk o' Sundays."  "But what is his name?"'  "1 dinna ken."  ���������iiWhaU���������You're-surely-not-engag--  od to a man whoso name you do not  know?"  "Not engaged, my lady; but he's  been lang lcolcin' ut nic, an' I think  he'll soon bo speakinV���������ftx-change:  HAVE YOU  a Lump in the Breast, or  a Growth on any part ol  the body, or a Sore that^ will not heal ?  If you have, write, dferibe the trouble, and  mention this paper anJ.iv^will mail FREE >���������  plain cnvlope, particuU-.i^* of the  Painless Home Treatment  Write to-day.  TBE'CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Lioitd  10 Churchill Ave., Toronto.  What To Do.  . "SjicakliiK of etiquette,* did you  BrM.fl hall' a ernwu for Uioho tiilvorUH'  (���������il InHlnielloiiH im 'What to do nt  tulilo'?"  "Yon."  "And wim! did you got?"  ., "A b1!|> with ono word printed on  It:   'Kiit!'"  FITS  10/   et.  cend ror lrrn   nook   mvmu  Cfii-PJ������rtlpu������Ar������ of TRENCH'*  Curo for Uplloimy nnd   Klti.  Bhpriln   homo    tieatmciit.  2ti yo/irii' Hiioccfln.  ToHtliiwnlnln    from     al!  naitii of llio world,   Over  i.oni) iii miA yenr.  nrMcpitrf    LtvtTrp*  Jamai'   Cliambi.-.,    Toronta,  CURED  *rnr������i^u>������   r������rMCbiif",* tt  "Quills lias had a Glory accepted  at last." remarked a journalist to a  colleague.  "Surely not," was the rejoinder.  "Yes, ho v.-ent lionve at two o'clock  Ibis morninp with an awful yarn, and  his wife believed it."'  Grape stonca yield an oil similar to  those of the olive. Thoy aro used ln  Italy in tho manufacture of soap and  for lubricating- and lighting. Franco  alono, it is estimated, could yield  from olRht to ten million gallons of  this oil i������;_\ annum.  Largest Picture*.In*' the World  According to nows from Homo, tho  painter Sartorlo hus just completed  tho decoration of a hirpo panelling*  destined for tlio hall of tho Parliament building-. The work Is 13 foot  hlRh and 400 feet lonjr. It represents  tho hifjtory of the deliverance of Italy  and contains 2So figures of persons  of an avorago height ol I) feet, I)  inches. It Is, therefore, tho largest  picture In tho world, nnd the artist  spent it mon Ilia'1 on It.  Moot Obliging,  * Of llio diplomatic circles Inn delightful woman whoso KngllHh in still  Kroneli, Hho was urging an ofllcor of  tho navy lo attend a.hall, Uio luvlta-  ���������Hon to which ho had already declined.  '���������I f-fin't," lift    protested.    "1 have  burned my l)i'Itlgr*H behind ino."  "Oh," uho replied, "I will lend you  somo of Ucnrl'i.."���������Succchh.  LARGE PROFITS IN MAKINGBRICK  ���������isiicKs-can��������� bo-made��������� Ironi-Ciay^Shai*���������   cr Sand,   full information upon request,  *The Berg  Machinery  Mfg. Co., Llmltafc  Toronto, Ont.  ARLINGTON CHALLENGE  ^TERPllO^F^GaLLARS  ���������,'.:������������������'*rire ihe;<b*rst nver-rinade'-ancl '*>e.���������'  .iSi'9ufljranl*ef;ci to cjtye.y'ju sa'tisfrici*.  *.;i '"iron;,1 At ai!:dealers*or*sf nd lis Puc- "  {%,; slating' style and Jauje'rcqUir</d. v  The Alrlington Co. of Canada, Ltd.  .'   ;58 Ttasfcr- Ave,,Toronto, Ontario'  * REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. ^  Mhr.Winhi.ow'r Soothing Syrup Iim bee������  used for over SIXTY YlCAKSby Mir.MONSol  MOTIIItKH for their Uim,I_J.KN WHIMC  TUKTHiNo, with rimmcT SUCCItSfl.   It  BOOTH KB Ul? CIIIT.U, 801-TKNS Hie OUMtt,  AUAYSnll PAIN ; CURKS WIND COI.IC. aaf  U the bent remedy for JJIARIUUKA. It in Aa  lolnlely liarmleiM, He sure and tiilc for ''Mr������.  Window's<8aothlnc Hyrup," and tike aottkw  kiwi, Tvreutv-five cent! ������ bottle,  DISEASES OF MEN���������DR. DEA.V,  specialist, f Collogo St��������� Toronto.  Doing Her Own Marketing  A yoniiK wlfo rccotitly wont Into   a  Rrooer'fi shop and addressed tho.ai'O'  oer thus:  "I bought threo ov four hama hero  a month or no a,'{o, and thoy worofino;  have you nny moro of tlicm?"  "I'oh. irui'am," ivpllcil tlio Ki'ooer,  "there aro ton of Uiof.o hama Inuitjlitt;  out there now."  "Woll, If you're 'pure they're ort tho  fiamo ids I'll take threo of them," ro-  lillod tho young'wlfo mechly.  Kovor worry. KoIIiIiik in worth It,  nml worry Ih ii eiinlcoi* which ontn tho  honey from llio mini.  Tor moro tuun two hundred yearn,  overy DnnlHli KIhk wns naintid Frod-  oriole or flue Clirlwtlnn.  V/. ti. U. C53.  It \n CKtiinalod that In AhIii thore  rue fihoitt 170,000 leleidionoK, moraiy  In .Tnpnn. 'J lie nuruher lu (Htwifiorc  oxcceiiu ti:.ix tiioiitsniiil, and thoro ato  nbout as mnny In tlltttn and Cochin  t'iiina  Norway lin������ Ja.^t nppoliilfd hf:r flrnt  foiniilo |Mi||cci)inn, who htm piihh<*iI (Ik-  utcii->.���������uy (|ii,illf>iic tc*.ti������, l������f:cii fUtc-d  ui,.. nn fttiniclIvY* iinlfiiriii and given  ti jsalary of |350 a year,  WANTED,  flood Halation oitniod by telegraph-  or������ and Stuilon ApnlH. W'n (|tuillfy  you ottlckly. (Irimd Trual: and Can-  ailiini .Nori.iii'ru uiru;> Hint hiiomu  hooks lifted in nelioo!. Day and Mall  Cowaitr. Vroo Hook 10 o.vjilaliiB,  Hallwr.y������ off or rcdiiccd ialcn lo at-  load liow. Dominion School Tele  Kiuphy, Toronto,  Whin Your Eyes Nood Cire  Miir--Ai'l!������ giilrlily, Tr/ It Im- 1tr<l, WmU,  Watery Ky������ nnd Ur������nni������(*<l KyalMn.  lliu*    Muidii*  li  liHH'd  Hook In mrli VtuUafte  Irn" "  l[C'.   Nu������ (|nlli*������ti������t 10 lll<*  inimptttiii,1i*i hf <"������r OriillM������~������������nl k "1'pitn% MtA*  (elm***��������� imt ui<wl In ninwtfiil 1'hnMnn** fin*.          Imt mrn{ . . . .  \\ta tnt many it/,**. Nu������ ������trai������**������������'t m xn* Vnl*-  [In arm ������-.M l������y iiftnalMi tt pa and uv put limit*,  k%U* in iufife 'i'tima, -'������-��������� ami"  IThoiI nccordliiK lo dlrooiloim, Dr. J,  li. KoIIokk'h DyHontory Cordial will  afford rollof in tins mont acute form  of Htimnior fomplnlut, Wlionnvor Uh*  attack iimnlfi'iiiH Itnolf no tlmo hIkhiIiI  ho loBt iu hocIiIiik tlio aid of tho Cor-  dial, It will itr*t liiiiWMllntHy oa tlio  Htomaoh and IiiIohIIiich and ullny tho  liTllalloii and pain. A trial of It, will  convlnco nuyoiK^of tho truth of IIiobo  afiBorlloiiH.        *  "That fellow Ih too Hllck for mo,  C'old mo u lot that wan (wo fa*!, un*  dor wnter. I wont around to demand  my money back."  "(Jot It?"  "(lot nothing! Thon ho nold nm a  KiiHoliiio launch and a copy oC "Voile-  tlmi l.lfo," by W. 1). UowoI]ji,"~J.qii1h-  ,,,        , , , v ,  It,,It    *.U���������i *<.t  JWtlt ,,,*,,  "Huh Dlnny i?ot a Bfeady lob, yll,  ,Mim. Mulcnhoy?" tiHkod .Mi*h. Hiaiml*  Kim.  "lie 1ms Hint," nald Mra, Miiioahoy,  "Th.iy'vn idnt lilm  , i,���������,.,.   r, ,.   i,,.!,,(   Homo men (ry lo avoid pa.vlnx tin  thoy ko boomiHi) I hoy don't, ox|ioct to  como buoli,���������lliiltlmoro Bun,  Rome oKporlinoniH lu ralulii;; alfalfa  havo boonouiiductod by a farmer who  farms In Mllziiboth towmdilp.  "What In thin Btuff'/" onqiili'oil a oily  vlnllor,  "Tlmt," exclaimed' tho farmer, Ih  alfulfn." ,  "Well, well! I always thotiRbt alfalfa waa ti Hlnm; word for wIiIhIidih."���������  I������lttHbur������ l'OHt.  Tbo tiro domandH of 'American mo*  lor earn durliiK tho pioaont yonr will  total '1,000,000. tiiboH.  Bcadn���������IlllnlcH In a luol'iy old dogf  IiIh wlfo fairly woi'Hli'lrm lilm!  BtackH���������Yoh; but alio cmrrloii It too  far HoinolliiioH. J wan out thoro to  dinner unexpectedly tlio oilier day,  and aliu hoivoiI up a burnt ofl'orlnu.���������  JiidK".  Churoh Tnialeo Did   you   occupy  your In al pulpit with credit?  Now Hector--Kiulriily, There wai  never any t-imli cotiiioclod wllh Jt,  THE SECRET *>F LONG LIFE.  tJil nul  l.<_  Vt,  ��������� im  allu.lii,^  lo   (ho   ponllln*  Force of Hnblt,  Tho tolopliono ft)rl wan ou lior va*  nil Ion and llabliu;, fiomeone on an*  othor boat called. "Hollo!" Jiiat  then hIio got n bile,  "f.liie'H busy!" nlie nriNworecl,-���������  IIiowiiIuk'u Mamciiliio.  Marit,* *ia titUttta Jtufile 't'urma,-'������*������������������ ami to*.  Murlno Ey������ Homociy Co,, Ohlcan*  A new Uteory lo explain lite rlupa  of Siiltirn lie nriwd by I'rof. Hlvkfl.itid,  of (TirlHtlnnn, who IioUIh that tliey nro  proiliieccl  by electric* rtidlutloii from  tlio j-ltnet, nnd ore  ���������say, every Instant."  "renewvd, ho lo  Jt   fm.l  ,���������'-  f,n.i.mt  il'.  I'm  ll)   llv^lvl,', ���������>   iu.   I.li.i.kil   ll,Li.l,i,ilibifl,  it)   MlUttl    _  tht- acniimuUllMi ol t������������Uon������ In Ihe ayt(������m. A������ ImllalloM ot Nciliire'a method ������l  rettorin-t wiate of t'mue nnd impoveriihment of the blood ������nd nervoui itrenflib it  lo lake an ���������Iterative ftlyccrio extract (without ���������loohol) of Golden Seal ������nd OreKon  ltrcl^e root, Bloodroot, Stone tnd Mtndrake root with Cherryherk, Over <0 yeem  af.o Dr. 1'leree ������nve to (he pnhlio tliU remedy, which he oitlled Dr. Pierce'* (Jolden  Medici! Diioovery, He found it would help the hlood In tekintf up the proper ele-  monii Imm (ond, hi-fp (be llvir Into ciptlvity, therehv fhrowlni* cmt th^ pnhrnn* from  tlie blood end \\U\ir.\ni the whole i)r,tem a������ well it allaying sod iootliin< n coti|li.  No one ever lukei cold imlesj conitlpnted, or cjjjwutet', tnd Imvlng what w������  call rail-mitrltlon.wlilch !��������� iltended with Impoverlihed blood  ���������nd exhiu*(ion of nerve force. The *' DUcovery" li an ill-  roimi' tonio whloh reiloreu tone to Ihe hlood, nervei unci  Iieart by ImlUtlnl Nature'i method! of re%tar\nt wulo  of tlnue, and fecoinj the serves, Iieart and luiifi on rich  red blood,  "I iufT<T*l trm piln wnUr'my rlislit. nknul.Ur bluU ������lio ������ nrf  tctni i i.���������ul���������" v.iiui Miu. V,', Dunn, ul' ;,'.!,( lliiMklniul, !i, C��������� li Ur.  It. V. Pierce, lliitTilo, N. Y. Hud four different Uoctom iml rump dltt  in* any *"*<��������� "*"��������� ttkl I bid ������oniun)t>tl������n, other* aid I would htv*  tnli������V������ pn oporttlun, I wm b������lrl<M������n, umMu U> nit. up tor lit muntha  ���������and ww nuthlny but ��������� livo iV������)tton. Yuii ������dvli������<] i.i* to Uka Dr.  fl������rc������'* rioUin Medical OlMiovfiy and Br. ri������rc*������'ii l'lrtunt l'������1leUi.  Wlirn I likd Uk*n tuta bntil* o( (he 'Ulwovory' I nmild til tin Hit tn  hour at a tlm*, end wlion I litd tilccn Uiree )k,I11#������ I rauld il) my  ruling ������nd lend la tlm ehlldraii. I took tourttan butUel In til ������nd wu  UM. Domi. Ih#ii In rwd Iwillb.  My w������U*)itl������������owl67i������oundi, *r���������  i.i  ', i  **S fl .'.. -������     *^,r "ft���������.--"* -J   *������  Fl*       ii        t.      t        1   ir tCihihlf- ii������<'{";-���������������' ftn-ft.t ty}    ttlj'fift*   t't  I  I*****&**& ���������^<������^al������l>s^^<?<������^^^<^JwMt^������lW<lu)^^^|!^^^.^MW������������^^  ..Perishing Sprop&ny- j tkMv/AUh u$i> Dhvuiw  ."'Z V ^~,7 ^'"i TTr"!   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Only  u ftixv cn^tii-0 It*ft  Ai^f ��������������� XfTCIfKFI, D'ffcNfJJU  Sportsmen* Goods  mul  General Hardwar   f  >/am%aaaa^m-*aa%Jmj0 THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. B. C  HADULCER5&IEZEMA4YEARS  ZAM-BUKHAS WORKED A CURE,  Mr. J. E. Arsenault, a Justice of  the Peace, and station master at  Wellington, on the Prince Edward  Island Railway, says:  " Four years ago I slipped fn the  Btation and fell on a freight truck,  sustaining a bad cut on the front of  my leg. ���������> I thought this would heal,  but instead of doing so It developed  Into a bad ulcer, and later into a form  of eczema which spread very rapidly  and also started on the other leg.  Both legs bccamo so swollen and eore  that I could only go about my work  by having them bandaged. My doctor  said I must, stop work and lay up.  " After six monthB, of this trouble  I consulted another doctor, hut with  no better result. I tried all the salves,  liniments and lotions I heard of, but  Instead of getting better I got worso.  "This was my condition when I got  my "first box of Zam-Buk. Greatly to  my delight that first box gave me relief. I continued to apply It to the  soro3, and day by day they got better.  I could sea that at last I had got hold  of something which would euro me,  nnd In the end it did.  " It is now over ti���������year since Zam-  Buk worked a cure ,in my case, and  there" haa been no return of tho  eczema."    <*  Such ia the nature of the great cures  which Zam-Buk is daily effecting.  Purely herbal in composition, * this  great balm is a eure euro for all skin  diseases, cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, blood-poisoning, varicose sores, piles, scalp sores, ring-  worp, inflated patches, cuts, burns and  bruises. All druggists and stores sell  at 50c. box, or post free from Zam-Buk  Co., upon receipt of price.  Two Different Species.  "Say, Grandpa,    what    is a book  .-,..Av,.������,.ot) :    ���������     :        '    Grandpa���������A bookworm, my son, is  either a person who would rather  read a boo!, than eat, or a worm that  would rather eat a book than read.  Mlnard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Great Britain year by year imports  much less livo stock, but moro and  more chilled beef.  All Fairy Tales,  Willie: "Ma, do fairy tales always  begin with 'Once upon a time'?"  Ma (as she heara her hubby's slop  outside):   "No, dear; sometimes thoy  begin with 'My dear, 1 was detained  "at tho office!"'  Of Course They Are. "  A girl Is known by tlio company  sho keeps, and Incidentally most girls  aro Uoeplng company.  In Franco tho cheapest*.'thiol costs  $50, whllo It may cost anything up to  $250; and if a combatant, la Killed ms  adversary and uecoiuls uro liable to  penal scrvltiulo.  Weekly   Sailings   to   and   From  Liverpool.  Prepaid Passages  GREAT  BRITAIN,  IRELAND,  SCANDINAVIA,  CONTINENTAL  POINTS.  To  All Railway Station*  Manitoba, Alberta, Gi&kntchawan,  British Columbia,  At lowest ritoa,   For rosorvatloni,  ttclccto, details, seo local atonu or  write  J, 8, Celrier, Oen'l Agent, Winnipeg  Well, Wei!!  JHISI.a HOME DYE  ihat ANYONE  3*    can use  K    '  I  ,,,  dim  I dyed ALL th������*������  >DIFFERENT KINDS  of uuutis  9������HhfhoSAMEDue.:  I used  CLEAN and 81M PLC to Uso,  NO i'lilur* t,l mlnlllii WRONC ll������# lurtlit t'.'.ni,  .in.jttttny.lur, Alltnil,,, l��������������������������� >,,,��������� |������rukgi,t r,r  llftUr. I III l;f:���������|,���������c:tril������n,l aiohv lln,,tU!U,  lh������ Jtolmn.n-Hli'htfdmn l!n���������   .m.licl, Momml,  PICTURE JUNGLE HUNTING.  Getting Moving Pictures of Tigers Is  an Ecitins Business.  Photographing the tiger in his native jungle must be an exciting sport,  judging from the accounts of Cherry  Kearton, who has just returned to  London after visiting India and Borneo. Mr. Kearton,rivm the following  account of how he cinematographed a  largo tiger.  "It took me.-twenty days before!  could fin J the tiger, though tiger spoor  was plentiful. The*tiger I got "had  seized a bullock by the nose and had  dragged him on all fours into dense  jungle, forming a tunnel by doing so.  "I went on my "��������� hands" ��������� and Usees  along part of this tunnel, and found  one of the legs of tho bullock newly  eaten. .  "So I returned and arranged a.drive  with 400 men, -cleared a space in the  jungle fifteen yards wide where tho  tiger was to be driven, put up a'thin  leaf screen.to hide ine from the beast  nud waited on the ground���������not up a  tree���������for him.  "I had no firearms, but I had three  spearmen lying on tho ground beside  me. J. hotographs' taken from a tree  would not giro the true result,  ��������� 'I waited there for half an hour. T  knew tliat llio tiger was approaching  by tho beaters, who wero up trees,  tapping like woodpeckers. The others were-on tho ground, making hideous sounds with every noisy thin"  tl.oy po.sse.'.-ed. ' ������  "Tho tiger enmc down tho tunnel  and out into the open, and I photo,  pniphed him. Directly he got half  way across he gave vent to a number  of most terrible coughs.  "Whon ho had gone tlie came ranger, a native, who was on the ground  beside me, got up und. said, .'That  tiger is over eleven feet long, the  biggest tiger I have ever scon.'  "Tlie natives wanted to kill tho tiger, sinco it was nbout to become "a  man enter; stealing village cattle is  always the sign that that is going  to happen. They could not understand  why.l only wanted to turn a handle at  the animal.  "Fifteen men, saying that thev  would be his next victims, got behind  a bush with spears, and when the  tiger was driven up to them three  of the men rushed out with their  weapons.  "The tiger leaped from the dense  jungle, tho man on tho Tight and the  mnn on the left bolted, the man in tho  middle turned to emulate them, but  fell on his face.  "Upon him the tiger threw himself  with his claws in his shoulder like a  flash of lightning,'and put his head  down to the back of the man's neck.  "I, six to eight feet \ip a tree, shouted, thinking he was going to bito  through the man's spinal column. The  beast looked up at me, gave another  .of. his.ATeat_cough1'i._ ������rowled_sa_v_agel,v_  at me, and then jumped sideways  and disappeared into the-jungle."  Sunday Amusements Law.  Suuday amusements in London are  under the control of tho London County Council, and hedged round with  many restrictions. For instance^ a  Sunday entertainment must be in aid  of somo charity, and the whole of the  proceeds, less expenses, must go to  tlie charily.  Then the manager of th'i theatre or  hall where the entertainment is given  is not allowed to have anything to do  with engaging the artistes or anyone  employed in connection with lhe entertainment. The lnw says that all  arrangements must be mado by tiro  officials of tho charity concerned.  Lastly, the London County Council  expressly enacts that no pressure, direct or indirect, is put upon anyone  to perforin or work nn Sunday.  Thoso provisions aro designed to  protect artistes and others, but it i3  a widespread grievance among niotu-  hers of the entertainment, world thut  they uro constantly evaded.  Sailor's Invitation.  The present Lord Liverpool succeeded his fnthcl* four years ago. Tlio  lato Jiiirl of Liverpool wns one of tho  fow peers wlio liavn seen active ner������  vice as a naval olllcor. In tho war  with the Maoris in 180*2 ho was one  of Ihe nnvnl brigade at the storming  of Kangiriri.  During thnt affair one of lhe sailors,  named Sorgoant, climbed to the top of  tho Htockiuio and commenced to load  and (Ire his nuiskot ut nny of the enemy to bo" Peon. IVo was ordered by  llio future Karl of Liverpool, then  Lord Foljiinibe, to gel down into ;>,i)fe-  ly, but tho gallant follow cooly ro.  plied, "Oh, no, your honor, Hero's  llio place lo sou Vnn.   Come up here."  It was afterward* found that the  mini's flip hnd boon shot off, his  coat shot through in four places, ami  tlu palliHtido on whicli ho nnt riddled Hiroiigh nnd through, >vb Bernoulli liiitisolt wiiHfjul'o unhurt.  Tight Collars nnd Gray Hair.  Weiir a loose collar nnd livo long in  the enjoyment of luxuriant and unfurling locks. Thin In tho pros-meet that  Dr. Walter fl. Wnlford hold* out in  The British Medical Journal. Anr.wor.  ing ������ coiic'ipoiidout'H inquiry ns to  the cause of lib liuir changing color,  the doctor Biiyn; "Tho probable ouuhu  in that tlio inquirer has nol wry lontf  Blnco enlarged his neckwear and tluiH  improved tho coniiiiunkmtioii between  lilt heart and brain and tin lyiiiiilm-  WEIRDEST. THING   IN   CLUBS.  . I  Psychical Research Its Sole Object���������  Camping Ground For Mediums.  Up several flights of Btairs In Re-  , gent street there is one of the walrd-  est   clubs   In   London���������the   International Club for Psychical Research. 1.  has no concern with   merely earthly  things.   Its members are pledged to  the higher thought, the thought that  -lifts you oQ the earth, and makes you  see visions, dream wonderful dreams,  talk with tho spirits of the beyond,  and walk absent-mindedly into 'motor-*  .-buses.' ���������?. ,.-...'.*;.-.f....  Although the club has" only been  founded a few months, it has already  over C00 members. Every possible  "ist" is represented. There are theo-  sophists, spiritists, phrenologists,  psychologists, spiritualists, mesmerists, and so on. Nearly, every cpun-  try is represented, and thero are a  number of distinguished and titled  members.  Tho world that is so pressing a  reality in Regent street is looked upon as a fantistic shadow, an intangible thing of no account, and the theo-  sophists, spiritists, and all the others  ilnd tlie real world in two dark and  creepy cellars, where strange shapes  flit to and fro, where chairs and tables  walk as if alivo, and sounds grow out  of the jlarkncss. There do the members -of tho club hold seances, and listen in the darkness to mysterious  voices.  It is the only club In existence that  sets apart its cellars lor so other-  wordly a-purpose. It Is, indeed, the  only club given up to psychical matters. There aro numbers of psyychl-  cal societies, but there is no other  placo where a theoscphlst can drop  in for a chat with a hypnotist, where  a spiritist can compare notes with a  psychologist, or where a phrenologist  can run the risk of lunching with a  mesmerist. The ambibtion of tho  club is to "bring together into ono  nucleus the various units of progressive and evperimental thought, which  to-day constitute the psychical, spiritistic and spiritual interests of society."  Luckily for those members who  wish occasionally to return to the  vulgar world these is a very comfortable series of rooms designed on the  plan of an ordinary club.  There are reception rooms, dining  and drawing-rooms, library, writing  and smoking-rooms. The rooms are  all luxuriously furnished, and it is  clear that the disciples of higher  thought have no objection to comfort.  The cook is capable of bringing a  smile to the face of the extremist  vegetarian.  The organizer, George G. Knowlcs.  arranges lectures nearly every day.  Usually the lecturers are members of  the club and the subjects are always  very psychic. Sunday evening meetings are hold at the Ritz, but most  o^ tho serious work is_ dono in the  collars. -Needless" tb"say,"W;"'Trstead  is one of the principal members.  NOW I CAN SAY  AM CURE  AFTER TAKING GIN PILLS  Bridgeville, N.S.  "For twenty years, I have been  troubled with Kidney and Bladder  Trouble, and have been treated by  many doctors but found littlo relief.  I had given uf all hopo of getting  cured when I tried Gin Tills. Now,  I can say with .a happy heart, that I  am cured after using four., boxes of  GIN PILLS."  DANIEL F. PHASER.  Just 'think or it! Four boxes of  Gin Pills cured Mr. Frnscr���������and ho  had Buffered for twenty years and he  had boon (rented by doctors, too. It  Is Just such cases ns his, which prove  the power of Gin Pllla to curo Kidney  and Tiladdor Trouble, Burning Urine,  Suppression or Incontiueiico of the  Urine, Backache, Rheumatism. Sclu-  Ilea and Lumbago. Try Gin Pills on  our positive Riiavanlco of a euro or  your money back. dOc, a box, li for  $2.50. Snmplo free if you wrlto Na-  tionul Drug ft ..Chemical Co, of Canada, Limited, Dopt. N.U. Toronto.  Uo circulation.   Thin iti what I Imp-  ... 1     I 1 I Y    I 1     ��������� I 11  jH.11.,1   ,,,  vn,   it in,.   1   ,,���������.,  ,|.,:,������  <-.a������..������������t.u  wrii'v whon, In nddlMon in tnvnl.ly  improved health.* my hair not only ho-  cnino darker, but grow ho profusely  when I had vreviou.-dy bi-eu bald ui  lo becomo quite noticeable.1'  NO BURNED BREAD  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 i. ia  packed���������and they arc as fresh as the product of your  own oven.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  jiamimi_^mm_mmtt_mm_mm_t^imtmmt_mtm_m^^  SODA BISCUITS  aro the great favorites for every day use.1  They are made in the big sanitary factory in  Winnipeg and come to you in air-tight packages or  in sealed tins as you prefer.  ^  mm  ������3������;> --:���������:.,������������������3?>,Jrffi!.'>.::A3(.*..,is .;   v,T  '���������"i*'ji-.,rt;^Kj3f;.:fcvO't������:.*A   '���������!:  :*������  "LET MOONEY  DO IT"  Passing It Along.  Jonathau Biggs was tho owner of a  valuable setter. His wife ran to hini  one day and cried:  "Oh, Jonathan, tho setter lias gone  mad. He's snarling and moaning, and  whenever he's r es wator ho stiffens  up and focims at tlie month."  "'Quick, thon," said old Jonathan  Biggs hurriedly���������"quick, then wife,  tnko him into town before he bites  anybody, and���������"  "Yesl" said Mrs  BigRs.   ''Yes?"  "And sell him?" hisses JonaYhan.  Minard's_Lfn!ment_Curss-Burns,-Etc  Praise this Asthma Remedy. A  grateful user of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy finds it the only remedy tbat will give relief, though for  thirteen years ho had sought other  help. Years of needless suffering  may 1 e prevented by using this wonderful remedy at the first warning  of trouble. Its uso is simple, its cost  is slight and it can bo purchased almost anywhere.  Always a Republic.  "Why do you consider 11 republic  the only permanent form of government" asked one Chinese clliy.cn.  "Because," replied tho other, "it's  the only form that permits you to  chnngo all its leaders nnd all tho governmental institutions without changing its name."���������Washington Star.  Marlon Bridge C. if., Mny ;10, '02.  I have handled MINARD'S LTNI-  MENT during the past yonr. II; Is  nlwnya tlio first Lintmont naked for  hero, and uiuiuoMllonably tho best, seller of all tlio different kinds of Llnlmont I handle.  NEIL FERGUSON.  W. N, U. 233.  S������.Mil>tU    Wll     U,1,M'.I.  De'ui ii,  V, very body knew Dickon*, lie could  not dine in public without attracting  oUonlioii, When lift Ml (ho dining  room liis adtiiitoiM would doHCond upon liis table and carry off e^pirliolla.  oiatigtj peel* nnd other tiling that  r-'malivia behind -.-i Hut', fl-.'-y tnk'.ht  havo memorial,-! of thu groat audi  tiiiii'li *!nv"d  wi'll"!'.  Feminine Versatility.  A girl'* versatility h mcli tlmt ,ihu  will tPlojiltonc the h������u*i.:ty i'dit������r ti.-.iuft  il .11  about liermd/ mid  lli'ii  Ins 8iir.  |'i-iK*d alnii.st to ilt*aiii wI.hii kin; si*m  ii  ���������'i   ''*'r   l'4������M������   |.-*l������ U������VJ������li.l.4���������  FFound In* a Croco'Mle's Head  On ono occasion eomo nrclmoolog-  ifilH, searching In Egypt i'or ancient  vocordfi. wero rewarded with, a flno  collection of mummified croeortlloa.  One erouodilc'n head wns Bluffed wllh  vnluftblo records, fnuih nn tbo curliest  known marrlngo contract in Greek  of nlioul, !110 I I.U.,** which threw n  liii'ld eldollght 011 certain s;oclnl conditions of thnt time.  ���������Anothor discovery connlnlod of <t  niiinll fniRinont of tlio lirst clinptnr of  St. I'niil'ii lipifitlo to Iho ItonmiiH.  wrlttoii lu n rough nnd cnulo* hand  nnd belonging to tlio (bird Ootitury,  Portions of tho Now Teat a mont, written lit tnunll and eonvonlont font*,  wero nlao found���������the pocket IMIiIph of  Uioho ilnyii, l'-MKineimi of llio Now  Touliintont hnd nlao been found wilt-  on bllrt of clny mid pottery.  QOOTHI N^MTXTURE8'  DANGEROUS TO CHILDREN  Mixture flold under tho name  "soothing" arc umiully ilnngovotiH to  tho llfo of tlio little oiioa whom (hoy  nr* Kiipponod to help, Thoy cohhil'J  opinion uud nnrcollcH and nny nleep  prompted through their use is fnlun  sloop���������to bo plainer thn Utile onn'Ih  tinwgfil into iiittciiMiluuty. 'iho only  .'il:u.'J������ii,}/ ;;n:uviJj'(rd i-t-uift.f [ov ii;-  tio onea���������(ho only remedy bn'cked by  the Runranten of it government nim-  IjKt to eonittiii 110 opInloH, nnrcollcH  or oilier liiirniful druga in Hnby'H Own  TnblbtH^ 'flioy cannot jiouslbly do  tiuitu" <"^,i ,,,,,w..f, v.v������ mH/1.1, jnoit-  miiidfl of inotliern havo learned thoir  vulne. They help not only llio now-  born bnbo hjit nlao Iho nrowlug child.  Btoinaeli nud bowel troublOR*, wonnii;  colds; Biitiple fevers nre nil ljuulHhctl  by tlifttn and they promote Una ro*  frnShlliK hIitp Fo helpful In lllllo ono.'i  'j'lio tnbh'iH nro 1.0m uv iihkh.  olne doftlera or by mall ut '-'"' cnifl n  tins fiom 'llm Dr. WlllUtu.. Mvdii-ino  Co., Urockvlllo, Out.  That's Worse,  Mrn. Oniiiii'i-oy: "/l's awful to  hav������> a JohIoiih husband!"  Mr*. 1'nrk: "Hut It'u v.-orflo, dcir, lo  have one who isn't jcaloua."  Our Low Price  is   the   result   of  selling  direct to the farmers in  large quantities,  and for  cash.   Tin* Eaton Engine,  ���������v,    ^x '    _ costs the farmer less, but  it Is gua\*ant\\cd to do his work as well as any engine  of equal 4-atofl horse-power.   We invite"farmers to  try our c:>ginl\, and prove this entirely ot our risk.  _\Ke_^^SelLiJiis^~������ngine~comf^  plete with Mmp Jack> and  16 feet of\ Belting for  Fifty ��������� DolIar8.^h&(S i %������!t%^  '    v    V  This little Engine will nm .1 Pump^o pentetion. bnd will also handle a  Cream Separator and do other light worl; i!KpiiRd\tte farm. Wa have other En-  Cincs of the same make up to 12 11, I������. liiftry Kniinc is Riiaranteed to Uevcioj>  its full rated power. We have sold a great mAjy cf %se EnRincs. every one on :i  '' Money Hack Guarantee. We give H vfon thir\* days in which to try tho  Ivnjjincrlght.on his own farm.   We tellhim tlint if thl}vKnHirc is lot I  -rt\*f*rt.r  \im%.i    nit  V������i������ linr   tn  t\r\   ia   rnliii*n   *t    r\.\A   *t-A ti.lll   r������..,A    ,;������<        I  The Voice of Experience.  Yotini; Wife���������Do you think it i������  JtiHtlliable for n wife to tnko money  from her huHlmml'H poclcetH?  Olilor Wife���������It Isn't n ciiho of jim-  (Iflcalion nt nil; It la n (jtiesilon of  lludln/j any to tnlto."  -..., ���������....- .m v.v.V tllfttlf   ..............  every way, all he hae to do is return it, n������d w< will ysve him  back his money, and all the freight he had .pftid.   Wb olso  Kuarantcc ��������� to  replace free of charnc n*iy p.affc whic������v  breaks because of imperfect material o.r constRiction.*'  regardless of Iiqw long the Hngine has been in u\f,     ' w  Hundreds of men have taken tys  df   nur   urorH   Mv- bave ordered  nn EATAN  di uur  wuru  ]in({inei   'fhcy havc founj\t  fcimple, reliable, ������nd easy to start,   Many cf tlicrtj  have .written us to say how pleased thoy are,   Nearly niV  <jf them mention how liuk* n costs, fur Gasoline to run!  the Knt'inc,  Write us for further Information about' our Entjines,  We also sell I'limpn. Cream Separators, and many lines  of Farm Implements, All of these are shown in our  new Sprinu Ciitnlofiue. If >'<������������ liave not received a copy  of this cataloKue, write v, nmj w? will scrnj one by return  [mail, jrec of charge.  t satisfatjfry,  m..   3\  FT7EOT������N~CE  PILES CURED IN 0 TO 1J DAV8  Your drtiuu-lHt will refund inonny if l'A'/.n  JINTMWNT   I'nllM   to   muo nny enwi of  IJII1UHWH  I        lllll"      III      tSHI'U    (Illy    I'llHIl    Of  licblnn.   Iillinl, lilfeilliiff   or   lVoinalliia  rik'U lu 0 lo JI <liij*H.   liOc.  A. now nnd shorter nli>hnbcf, eon.  ItilnliiK only Hoveiiteirn chnvnetorn  luw been inveiilod by l-'rofefmor Now-  tou'Hcolt, of Mlclilenn (U.HA,) Uu-  IvciHlty.  Relief for Suffering Everywhere.���������  He wIioko llfo lei jiindo nilBorablo by  tho flufi'orlitK (hat conion from liidl-  UohIIou' nnd hns not tried Purmoloo'H  VoRotnblo IMHh does not Imow how  etiHlIy (IiIk furinldnblo foe cnn bo dealt  with. TIickc ])I1Ih ^vlll relieve where  othorn full. Tbey uro tho romilt of  Ioiir mul jmllcnt Bludy nntl nro eon-  flltnllMi'    Tint-    foVWIiril    nn    fi    oiiyri    fov  roiitor of illHorderH of (he dlRcntlvo  oraunu, iiom wliieli no ninny Huuor.  NTo\v lliat (he dm robin ban been  votielmrt for by Horornl moro or Icsh  (ruthful perBOiiH, it noenm nlmoat (lino  fm* 111" llrit boinr'-'rmwn ������itr:iv*h(irry.  "All, Idnd friend," imhl (ho innrnl-  lt;t, "II; In detda not woi'dw, thnt  count."  "Oli, I don't Know," replied the  woman. "Did you over hou<1 a tel-  oKram'i"  Economy in little Ihingi it juit ai  important as economy in big things  EDDY'S   MATCHES  will answer one of your "economy questions." 60 yean  of constant betterment lias brought them to such perfection that one Eddy Match doc3 tne work of several others  of inferior make.  ALWAYS   ASK FOR EDDY'S.  On One Condition.  A nMnlHter, Bhortly nfter IiIh In*  trodiiollon to n new conBWgnllon,  mndo n round of vlnltn, ho thnt ho  might become familiar with the varl-  oun mombei'3.  Among mono visited wuh mi ehieny  few.'ik, who xvu'J himy u-blle^ii'hJnj;  her bonne. Tbo milliliter mot wllh n  Bomowhat. brusquo reception from tho  good lady, mul, Hudlng her Uio re-  voiHo ot KOHHlity, hu nintlo hla vIhIL  nn nhort i������a ponHlble.  Lltenlly  Jim. Plait���������What did you nny to  tlio janitor, dear?  Mr. Piatt���������I told lilm lie could  mako somo warm frIomlH It ho would  only (urn on a Iltllo honf.���������Montrm  Transcript.  iK.tU.lv *^.U*������**rv WniiVi,  .V.   U,U\IK,<.  A T/mdnn motor oinnlbtiu rarng on  i iill*  H\������'liiH"  'i.1 CfUlii  flfi   lllih},  I   Tn Gnat Uiltiln fii*d li-clnml there  j at ro ovi'i*    nliidy    lliomrntid    public*  huiu,i.a,  I    The mftiii>.im'd ^v* itilli ol the Unit*  jed Stutos la 51.,3.DW<;,:,w',Ju0  It better to uek it ho Bhould otter up  prayer.  To bin consternation ho rocclvctl  thn reply:  "Vory woll. sir, you can pray If you  Illtei but you imiBt cut It ltlnd o'  eliort, na 1 have my whitenln* briisli  oa hire Vy tho hour."  A eonfwn In Hiioiioh Ayros, Arp;?n-  Una, l������ about lo inntnll machinery to  bo UHtd ln a factory for producing fer-  tlll/liur inntcrlnlfl. It Is proposed to  utlll/.o Ri-asHhuppc-ra and their egijsi,  I bus mnvortlnit n ilcsttYtycr of the  crop Into fertilizing material.���������Scleo*  title Auiinlcnu.  On Hla Knees. '  Stern Parent: "Quite bo, quite so!,  You tell me that you huvo propoaed  to my daughter; but���������cr���������you sny no-  llilnc 'ntinnt   ^'<������in'   nnntlliui "  Nervous Suitor: ".My pofiltlon, ulr?  Oh���������er���������the���������ufliml one, I believe������������������  on tny ltnccB, you Know."  "Jones and hia wlfo haven't a tusto  In common."  "Oh, 1 don't Itnow; they'ro both  {ond ol tlio Htiine bonk,"*  "Then I'll bet U'b a pocltetimoh."  ' *mm> WW Kmm' TAT  DIXIE tobacco THE ..NEWS. "CtmBEKLAm B: C  ������#:  "A  THE GHOST  IF A CHANCE  From It There Came a Double  Wedding.  By .MARTHA M'C-WILLIAMS.  "Kverybody  else  Is  going,"  Scllua  nald, with n sigh.   "Ob dear!   I won- :  der why we have le skip all.thu good ,  times." '   I  "It Is in punishment for our uncom: '  mltted sins." Bess nuswered, with a,  toss of tho hend. "All our sins must  bo uncom mined. Pin suro we've beeu  brought up more strictly than ever  nuns were. Sometimes when I think  over It all I jrot fairly afraid ror us two,  We've lieen so proper trom our cradles  ���������wo must brenk out nfter awhile."  "Hush! Aunt Wilton would bave n  (It If she heard you." Selinu said. "Uo  you think she wns ever young, Bess?  I can't fnuey tier less tbau aisty nnd  severe, yet 1 do believe she means only  to bo kind nnd really wants us to bo  happy."  "Yes. tn her wny, which Isn't mine  nor anybody else's." Hess broke out  passionately. "Her way Is to, have  everything just so 305 days in the year.  We bave all sorts ot material Rood  things-we eat well, sleep well, dress  well-but no liberty to get tbe good of  them. -Flow many times did we, wear  our best frocks inst summer? Not  once! And it's going to bo the same  this season. People never ask us to  things nny more becauso tbey know  'tve won't come."  "1 dou't mind tbat so much as (ho  flowers. Shouldn't you lllce. lust once,  to run riot in tbe garden, pulling what-  ever you' liked':"  "You heretic! Aunt Wilton would  have serious doubts as to your sanity  '.if she heard tbat. I think she loves  flowers, not because they nre flowers  and beautiful, but because they are  hor own"���������  "The samo as ber nieces," a deeper  volco snld trom nn ambush of lilac  hedge. Next minute the bodge shook  violently. It wns old and gnarly, being a party hPdge and therefore beyond Wilton control. The end of tbe  shakings was a young man. slim and  merry eyed, who bowed very low to  the two young women, then saiddepre-  ���������vatlngly: "Don't freeze me because I  eavesdropped. I know how bad U Is,  but really this time tbe end justifies  undimmed.   The thick, lowery night  kept the crowd close about the house.  It was big and substantial, and If the  worst came tn tho shape of rnin dime-  ' Ing could go on inside.   True, a few  | nervous persons said that would-bard-  i ly do.   Of course it was all Idle talk.  i None tho loss there had beeu talk of a  Vernon ghost.  Two ghosts Indecd-tliose of tho Vernon twin sisters, who bnd loved tbe  ; snnie sweetheart and bad refused to  marry bim out of regard for tbe other.  i Tbey bad lived to a great age, fading  ' aud falling at Inst liko withered roses  there in the family mansion.  They had  ' oeen dead twenty years, with none* but  ' good words to follow them.   If they  did not sleep peacefully. In their suuny  1 graves theu were pure lives and good  , deed3   vain.     Notwithstanding   thero  I waa tbo talk, now oue. now.auothcr.  1 glimpsed them walking baud in band  up the brwd stairway or flitting nt  dusk through the overgrown roso garden.  Dennlsou heard all this nvidly. ire  liked whatever was old world and uu-  usual. Perhaps tbnt wns why. when  tbo rain at Inst scut everybody scurry-  , ing within, be drew a little apart from  the merrymakers nnd stood staring up  the dim vista of the great stnlrwny.  And thus be was tho first to see twin  wraiths, slim nud girlish, floating rath-  er than walking, glide out of the upper  dusk and, linking arms, fall Into the  . swing ot a wait/.. Tbey wero all in  vaporous white���������swirls of it covered  tbem from head to foot. They kept  perlect time and moved so in unison  it was like tbo rhythm of one soul  rather than two. ,  Dunnlson felt bis heart beat faster.  All the rest bad accepted tbe veiled  dancers as but new come maskers. Ho  nodded toward tbem, saying In Hart-  well s ear: "Dou't you bnte monopoly?  Lot's break tbat ono up."  Then In hurried whispers ho told  what be bad scon. Hartwell suppressed a whistle, then said with a quick  breatb:/TII go yuu. Take the taller  one." . ,  "No; I'm going lo dance witb tbe  other. (Jhostlike"uiasqueradors don't  demand formal presentation." Dcnni-  son whispered back as he shot out to  intercept tbo whirling visions, ln a  wink be bad bis chosen one fast, and  Hartwell perforce took the other. Together they made the round of tho loug  nail, not once, but many times, tho  ghost dancers moving so lightly tbey  did not even breathe more quickly, although their mortal partners at last  were panting.  "How did you think of It? How  dared'you do it?" Uartwell asked as  he whirled and wheeled. The wraith  in bis arms answered evenly: "We've  been doing it this long time. It was  a soft ot outlet.   Selina first thought  MAKES  PARIS  LAUGH.  **t  A Ticket War Between the Busses and  Their Patrons.  Tbe 'company that runs the omnibuses iu Paris has recently put into  effect a system of giving tickets to"  passengers when they pay their fares.  And this has caused a howl from the  traveling public. It Is not that the  public objects lo the tickets. What it  is aunoyed nbout Is the too frequent  visits of inspectors demanding to see  tho tickets. Some persons are making-  life a burden to the inspectors, delaying tho buses and making all Paris  laugh. One of them saves every ticket he gets, and as he goes about the  city constantly he has a pocket full of.  Ihem. Every timo bo gets on a bus,  pays his faro and receives a ticket he  simply adds It to his collection. When  the inspector enters and cries "Tickets!" the man draws forth his collection nnd holds it out to the inspector.  A dialogue something like this follows*. "What's all this?'* "tickets."  "What for':" "I dou't know." "Thon  why do you hand them to me?" "Because you asked for. them." "I didn't  ask for all these. I want your ticket  for this bus." "You havo it."  "Where?" "In that bunch." "But I  don't want this bunch. 1 want your  ticket." "Then'pick itout." "That Is  not my business." "Nor is It mine."  "Why do you keep all these tickets?"  "Becauso it says on them, 'On no account lose this ticket or throw it  away.'" "But It is of no use after It  has onco been used." "I know nothing  about that. I am simply doing what  your company tells me." "Well, I  haven't tlmo to argue with you. Are  you going to hand mo your ticket?"  "I havo already done so." The colloquy generally ends in tho inspector  leaviug tlio bus in a bad temper.���������London Globe.  MRS. BO WSER IS UP  Samuel Plays the Bluff, but She  Calls It.  A   HEART  TO   HEART  TALK.  Home Complaints That, Give Him  Grouches Gone Over and a New  Order Established���������Policeman Hands  Him a Pointer���������Ha Learns Lesson.  By M. QUAD.  [Copyright, ,1910, by Associated Literary  Press.]  '  niXGSbnd not gone smoothly  at tho  office that day,  and  when   Mr.   Bowsor   left   for  homo he had a grouch.   As be  T'  an bour after bo had left it lie bad  this timo to walk about the sitting  room and get ready for the coming  battle. Thero would be no dilly dallying. He would crush her at ouce.  When she finally appeared he drew  himself up and said:  "Woman; I bave a few things lo say  to youl"  Samuel Ordered Down.  "Ditto, Mr. Bpwser. You'd better take  a seat A short, fat ban never looks  .well when posing as a monument!"  "What! What! Whntl" bo shouted  so loudly that tbe cook down In ths  kitchen dropped tbe dlshpan."  "There, there, don't get erclled. I  haven't even bogun with you yet. Mr.  Bowser, tbo next timo you find fault  with a meal cooked in this house you  enn begin to board elsewhere"'  "I board elsewhere! I leave my own  housel"  "That's what I said, sir. I want no  kickers at my table. And If you aro  to remain here I wnut to see u great  took tho car a man stepped on his foot  aud refused to apologize.   He said ho ; improvement in your manners."  had got to step somewhere and if Mr. I   "My���������my manners!"  Bowser's feet covered tbe while Unit-1   "You were bossing tbe cook around  ed States ho couldn't help It.   Then  tbe conductor had looked at hla nickel  the other day, telling hor how you  wanted things cooked., Quit it.   Keep  HER   PLUCK  WON.  Turkish Officials Couldn't Intimidate  This American Woman.    .  When Dr. Mary Eddy, tho only wo-  man physician in Turkey, tried to secure tho right to practice in lhe Ottoman empire she had lo face an examination by a score of the most distinguished doctors of tho country sho  was trying to invade. She is of American parentage, but was brought up  in Syria.  Tbo first question was lu French and  uttered iu a contemptuous tone, "Who  are you?" To the astonishment of her  examiners she answered iu the Arabic  lauguage, "I am of you and from  among you." '  She was examined without intermission for six hours, says Success. Tired  with (suspicion, and a woman had ask- j  ed him why be didn't try to tnke up !  three seats instead of two. J  Who was to  blame for all   these,  things?  Mrs. Bowser, of course.   Who i  Should bo talked to when he got home ;  and told what was what?   Mrs. Bowsor.  Mrs. Bowser sat waiting, ns all good  wives do. And, like all good wives,  she road Mr. Bowser's intentions the  moment he arrived- at tho gato and  kicked It open. Her mind was made  up on tbe instant. He had come home  primed for a row, and ho should bave  It.   l'mn committee of <me.se]fjy^^  '"pointed; toTihd otit just why the nicest  girls in town stay out of everything."  "Will you listen?" Bess adjured Si-  Jinn, whose eyes wore dancing, though  her face was prerernnrurally grave as  sho answered. "Everybody overlooks  Joe Unit well's Obs, ho fibs so nicely."  llartwell laughed. Ills father beiug  Aunt Wilton's-lawyer, he knew tbo  Ford girls. Aunt .Wilton's nieces, bet-  to the big gate, but she never would  have bad tbe courage to do it If I hnd  not egged ber on. She wouldn't dare  bo here tonight if 1 bad let ber think.  Wo have always gone home before 0  o'clock and climbed in by the library  'window, This tlmo we shall lmvo to  be ghosts until morning.   Wo cau get  tlloTnquisilors iii "tlie" libpo" of "intimidating her called out, "That answer is  wrong." -  She asked for certain medical books  and With striking calmness said, "If  all these authors do not sustain my  answer 1 will-withdraw my applied-  iton to prnctice medicine."   Her. Amor*  In on the heels of tho luilknwu. and of  iean pluck won her tho doy, and she  courso wo shall run away beforo unmasking time.   Whnt would Aunt,Wll-  ter than unybody ln Caswell town.  It  wns n. knowledge thnt ran back to the   ton say If anybody told her wo had  mud plo period, although the Fords   been here?"  know no more ol mud pies nnd their  malting thnn could bo gathered from  watching bim enviously through cran  nies of tho hedge.  Now, for two years be, had been  wouderlng how they Uad escaped their j  bringing up.,- Scllua. do wns sure, was '  full of mnd longings for llfo and free- i  flora.".About Boss ho wns not Ro sure.  Sho sang iind laughed, llko a .'���������human  sunbeam-sang  and  laughed  herself  into tho deepest cloptlis ot tils heart.  Therefore he resented bitterly her tso-;  Inllon.   The sisters would somo dny ���������;  inherit. Aunt Wilton's more than com- j  forutblo fortune    It galled bim to '  think Unit people would sny Bess had ,  married; Dim through lack of other  lovers; uiaybo also that his father bad  encouraged his client to keep her heiresses so secluded out of regard for the  interests of his son.   Ucyona nil that,  though, wns the rebellion ngnlnst thus  ���������winning by default.   JUtiw could Hess  bo sure sho really loved hlrn when sho  had bad no chance ot measuring him  against other lovers? I  It wuh with a hope of plvlug her that!  chance ho had asked bis chtiui. Denni-  son, for a month's visit. Donnison wns  handsome, witty and winning, His  coming, duly advertised, hud set social  Caswell ull n-llutter. Thero were ab  ready things planned for all tlio fli'Ht  fortnight. Belliia and Bess had been  discussing the must spcetncuinr of  them, tho Inwu party at tlio old Vernon placo. It wns to como oil by moon-  light, aided nnd abetted by Jnpuneko  lanterns. Thero would be dancing, of  courso, and supper In tho big hall of  the deserted munniou. Hvorybudy wna  to go In cost u mo ii nd masked. Uxcopt  for Unit, Scllua and Bess might hnvo  Iind faint hopes. But Aunt wiltom  fnco wna flint toward masking. It  savored to her so much ot noting nnd  tlio theater.  If llartwell hnd known thot-hut;  speculation Is idle. Hu looked blank.  Indeed when Seilim let hini seo how  tho land tny. "Aud I got It up mostly  tin vcii! wht'flfl!'" "*?v,r f!!'," hf rf.!;!'  sorrowfully. "How I wish I coutd  wnsh tho filnlo clean nnd begin nil  over! Hucli n great lnrk I hoped wo  inlsht have, and now to ililnk"-  "Kueli a great lnrk wu will havel"  cried Hose, springing up nnd whirling  nbout lit front ot the garden Delicti,  nnrtwoll stared at her. Seiiim looked  puzzled. Bens stopped short In her  dancing to put her finger on her Up  nml sny, nodding sagciy between tho  wonln: "Promise not to faint when  you ueo u������, Joe. I think w<������ re coming,  though wo have jtut tbo ghoul ot a  chance."  ���������      4      a      ���������      ������      ���������      *  The lawn party had to take lt������ foil  nifton wi trust   K*������ many cioud* ������am������d  "Probably disinherit you. I should  lllce that," llartwell returned. "Then  you wouldn't think, you couldn't, 1 am  fortuno hunting when I say I love  you"-*  What moro ho. might have said nobody knows. Just then there camo  wild cries of (Ire nnd after them general panic. Despite tho pouting rnlti,  helped by the raging wind, the old  houso burned like tlntJcr. JX two.ll  Iind for a moment loft Bess. When lio  looked for her lio saw two vapory  creatures fleeing up tho stairway.  Bess and Sollnn, madly bent ou avoiding dlscovory, meant to vanish tbat  wny arid escape up the buck stairs by  which they had come. A wall of (lnuio  blocked thorn, As thoy ran back from  it tbey henrd a shout: "Stand stllll  Wo are coming!" Then up the long  main stair camo Uartwell and Dentil-  Kon. to rush down linlf a mlnuto tutor  through Hcirlug flames, each with a  girl's I nan Imn to flguro crushed ngnlnnt  ills brenst.  lllght there was settled tho question  of a double wedding. Even Aunt WIU  ton insisted ou It. Her nieces, sho  said, needed stronger guardians. Both  matches havo turned out to bo Ideal,  so much so that llartwell and Pen-  lilsoii say they shudder to think they  gained1 such happiness by barely the  ghost ot a clunco.  wns given tho long desired privilege,  She is noy devoting her life to tho  curing of bliuduess, n disease to which'  the Moslems fall easy prey on account  of the shifting sands lifted and blown  easily about by the winds. Her services during tbo Armenian massacres  havo given her a plnco in lhe hearts  of tho natives second only to that of  their prophet, Mohammed.  0S01J TOO OFTEN.  one. Ho banged tho door open and  Blood iu the Call and glared around  to make up his mind whoro to begin.  "Ten minutes late again!" she exclaimed as she faced him. "This is the  third time within a week, and I'm  geitlng tired of it. ."is it that yon'hnvo  right out of tho kitchen. I'm tho boss  of that pnrt of the house, as well as  all the rest"  "And I can't tell tho cook-I can't  tell"-  "No, sir! Don't let me have to refer  to this matter again."  "But I am Bowser," ho almost yelled as he jumped up and down���������"Samuel Bowser and your husband!"  "Yes, I know, and you needn't shout  it. Tbis is no stockyard, with bulls  bellowing about. You either address  me as a gentleman should or, not at  all.- Mr. Bowser, there's got to be a  great change in this bouse."  "Great���������great change?'  "That's what I snid, sir. Every  ,week or so you aro talking about a  divorce. If you want ono why don't  you get it? I shall not defend tho  case."  Mr. Bowser fell backward into the  rocking chair in a way to jar tho  wholo house, aud the purple of his  face changed to a pallor.  "You come home and talk about my  way of running the house*! continued  Mrs. Bowser after a inomtHfr. "If you  don't like it why dou't you get out?  I can recommend you to several different boarding houses. If' you continue to kick and dou't get out tben I  Will go myself."  "You'll go-go"���������  A Heart to Heart Talk.  "Certainly. When tho coul Is out  you kick. Don't you ever do it again.  I'm running the coal bin. and I'm running It lo suit niyself and a great deal  better than you can. Whon tho gas  billjs high you kick about that Quit  it" I shall burn ail"thcTgns Tplease."  You want to cut the cook's wage3  down.   Tbey won't be cut."  "By tho living Jingo, such talk to  me���������to me!" ho shouted ns bo sprang  to his feet "Why, I won't stand it-I  won't stand It a minute!"  "Oh, yes, you will. Wo'ro having a  heart to henrt talk, and you'll sit down  again and boar nil I've got to say. I  did think I'd elope and leavo a nolo  to get off tho car somewhere and lake  n drink?   Don't tell mo thero was a   for you, but I've changed my mind. I  block on  tho line,  for it won't go  down."  Iu tliv sky th.' lantern tights shone ail jMaud.  Berlioz Got Hli Reward.  Mine. Adeilnn Pnttl at tho height of  her celebrity kept an album In which  nil the notable people of her acnuatnt*  onco wero expected to wrlto or paint  or sketch or compose sonic little tell*  Jug fragment Berlioz had already refused n dozen times to have anything  to do with t|ie volume. Otm evening,  however, seeing that ho wns In an unusually genial tramoot inlml. she went  up to lilm, book In Imnd, nnd sugared  her request with n brlbo.  "Master, If you will write ono Iltllo  thing In my nlbtim-n lino even-1 will  pirn roil vntir Hinted of txx-n reward*.  Yon shall either havo n kins or you  shall havo n wonderful pnio do tola  (Wis whicli has Just been scut to ma  from Toulouse."  Ilcrllox smiled and was silent for a  moment  Presently lio snld, "Olve ma  .MAIt    illlullH, IllJ-t.VllUj    lltf   HV.1A   ������'(<.������������������  vlded with writing necessities. Then  no wrote, "Oportct pate,"  "What does It mean'/" asked Mm*,  Pnttl, pi)77.lcd,  "It mciina, my child, 'Bring the  pnU>,'" answered Berlioz sweetly.  Mtne. Pnttl pouted and then fetched  the promised pnte.-Anmiles.  JuMlcc U the broad of natlon*-tlief  nre idwny* fimtfhlng for it-���������baU*au������  Aviator Cord and Wire.  The arrival of the aeroplane ha? given us n now industry, or ���������rather a mod-  iilcntlou of nn old ouo-numely, thnt  of manufacturing aviator cord and  aviator wire. The Roebllngs have devised iv special kind of wlro uvlutor  cord lo bo used for stays ou noro-  plnno*. Tho cord consists nf it number of flue wires of grcnt strength  sinindwl ' together.��������� Tire strength of  tho different nlacs runs approximately  from 2,000 to ii.HOO pounds. For steering gem* n more flexible cord Is provided, composed of ������ls strnuds of seven wires ench, with u center of cither  cotton oi-wire. ' 'J'ho uvlutor wlro dlf-  few from aviator cord In thut It consists of'a single wire Instead of a mini*  ber of wIi'ch twisted together. The  wlro Is made In twelve sizes, with a  breaking strength tlmt vnrlcn from  2,000 pounds to 175.-Sclenllllc American,  A Land of Hotela.  Tho.ie who Know Switzerland best  will be least tntioiilnlicd at the figures  which M. A. DansHii. publishes In his  work ou Switzerland, recently Issued  In Paris, for since thero Is a hole! ou  I nearly every hilltop and scores round  ! overy one of tho Inrger lakes It Is moro  i than credible tlmt (hero aro 2,000 hotels  in  the twenty-two  eanlons.    In-tho  GrlnoiiH, the moat spfirnoly Inhabited  canton, In which even the larger (owns  rarely have n population of more than  1 ,niH>, tlii'vo nre un loss thnn .'CiS hotels  and Warding houses, while the canton  of Heme, which Includes imch favorite  placet* ii*lulciiiikon, Tliuiinml.Giindcl-  wnld, has moro than M)0,   There nro  135,000 beds In tlio 2.000 hotolH, but  i, , ft*    i       ,    i  ,. '.  ****..>���������.;  ���������������������*.   *tj    *i''-J  ********.*  ..*****\. aii ***-  ***.i#'"f*  the "bnulr vnl?*.w." v.*hcn nuuiy n llr<M  tourist if*, glad to got n bed made ii',������ on  the billiard tnble.-Dtindee Advertiser.  Pacing of tht Silk Hat,  TliM-.i 'itv ffiTvmirntlvMv few sllfc  hatii worn In Loudon today, and (lie  average urn* makes bis drens bend-  wear last threo times as lonsj ns*he  did formerly, for the nlmplo rennon  that he mmh It much Uwn frequently,  soys a London dispatch. Of course  everybody who I-i cnyboily jmwws  this'nt one tlmo Indlspcnsablo and  flfil! rtir.hlfintibff nrfHc, but It li tw.1  only f6i* ctTcwMilnl occasions nnd Is  not often sccu, even In Piccadilly or  Uii park.  "By thunder, woman, do you know  who you nre talking to?" ho roared ns  ho dropped bis hat on thp floor."  "By thunder, man, I do!" she replied as she stuck out her chin'at him.  "You Just como ntou}* down to dinner,  nnd. dou't you dnro find orio word of  fault-with it! Nice sort of man you  lire to como home and bang opcu gntevi  end doors! I've got to have n talk  with you, sir!"  Mr. Bowser followed her down lo  tho dining room, ilo wns too surprised to sny moro just then, but he'd  glvo It to her presently, nnd he'd show  no mercy. His opportunity enmo with  the roast. . It was a tine one, but after  carving off a slico or two ho laid down  kulfo uud foik nnd said:  "You'vo lot the butcher swlndlo you  ngain! Tho fact is, and Pvo long  known It, you don't know u good plecti  of meat from an old pine boardl"  Mra. Bowaor Comes Book.  ' "And do you?" sho demanded. "Toll  mo when you over bought a pleco ot  meat that wo could praise? 1 en n't remember. This roust Is good enough  for you, nnd I don't want to hear any  moro kicking nt my table I"  "You-you know who you aro lallt*  lng to, do you?" lio gasped,  "I think I do, nnd don't you dare  como homo again and kick my gale  open and baim my door, for I won't  fltnnd It!"  Ho looked at her in a puswlcd way,  Had Bho acquired thu morphine habit  Hluco lie left tho house lu tho morning?  Hnd lior mother dlod nnd Iho news  unsettled bcr bruin? For live minutes  not another word wns said. Then ho  exclaimed:  'Tliero'it himpi In your tnn������*hed potatoes! By the grcnt horn spoon, but  bucIi cookery lu enough to kill u dog!"  "But you lmvo got fut on III If you  don't HUo the lumps lay them aside."  "And the coffee! Mrs. Bowecr, tell  mo what you call (lib wtutt'l"  "I call It good enough for you cr any  other uinn Unit lives, but you ,*u*u not  viu,i,,i.it  in Utiiiiv U,    litiVii'u.W i'ju   i.i,l  told water?''  "You���������you nre talking to me'*"  "Night to you, sir, and your name H  KowRer."  lost your mind?"  "1 nover felt better In my life."  Then what was It?   Whnt bnd sud*  dimly coma o������*ci the hiimblo Mrs. Bow-  mer?   Would Joining a woman's Hshtu  club lmvo such nu effect on bcr within j  ti few liotifV)   He ���������������������������uthln'l ini.ku U out, .  but after dinner that and other que*, j  tion* uUuuWl bu ������W'l������t������ tl.   Shu luil tut  ont of her place and rau������t be put back.  He had llttht appetite. I ut Mr������. IUiw-  Mr remalntd tt U>* tabic ��������� quarts at t  Keforml   Reform!   Worn-  ' thought to give you a chance to reform."  "Reform!  nn. 1"~  J.U������.t he couldn't sny more. lie rushed  dowu the bull nud grabbed hat and  overcoat and fled out into tho night.  And ho walkccLHUd walked. And bo  thought and thought. And ho 'muttered and muttered and muttered. A ml  after threo long hours a policeman  told bim ho bad better go homo, nud  ho went. Ho softly opened the gato  and the door and crept back "to tho  sitting roityi nnd fell on the lounge  and slept. And nt 1 o'clock In the  morning Mrs, Bowsor came down nud  found lilm thero and bout over bim  and kissed lilm nnd ould:  "Poor man, but ho had to havo his  littlo lesson I"  Encouraging, but Ambiguoue.  Young Heir (to lior fntlierl-Thpn,  Mr, I lmvo your consent to pny my nd-  dressc-'i lo. your daughter. I trust. I  may win her affectloiw.  "Why not, why not? Plenty of others have succeeded.".  The Fitnm of Tblnot.  "Dou't you sympathize with the man  who cast* pearls befortj swine'/"  "CiM'tnlnly not." replied Miss Pepper-  tou, "Tho fnct that bo happens to be  or������M*iliie������<nd with nenrl* l������ no i������teu������o  for trying to fool the plgs."~Wn8hltiC'  ton Hlttr.  1 M-f t tm-H-t-H-W-M-ft-f-*  Good GuestI  *,**,*������,, W,^,v  \i,  \i.   ������'.   -'.'."ii,  $    "That's en������yl Can't quit drink  i | Ing. of coursen-J'rlucetoii Tl  | ii ger.  '������*'������������'iti-rH t it444 W*44*tH-M  Tin Sefentififi AUifuda.  Little MI'i Mufftt < ,  fit* ttgtit on bi*r lt:fTet,  .Ni.r i;iUnW di* bin H'WW tii.iiuly.  ���������Only *uch Utlnn* ut fiirrni,"  t'!i������ boMly affirm*.  "C4ii vii}- much frijMen yture trotyl"*  -PUflt.  SATURDAY NiGiT  mnws  BY  RmSamuel  WPURVISJi  "THERE WAS ONCE A TEACHER.." ;  Text. "JUbbl, we know that thou art a  teacher come from Gofl."���������John ill. 2.  Lift up your eyes, ye fraternity of  teachers. Jesus of Nazareth was once  a member of your honored craft, for  Christ Wfts a teacher. "lie taught  them," Bays the openiug sentence of  thnt wonderful Sermon ou the Mount.  Notice that the discourse openn .and '���������  closes witb that word "taught." The  Inst sentence says, "For ho taught  them as ono having authority.". Tha  world has colled thnt address (hu  "Sermon on tho Mount," but It is neither a sermon nor a speech nor on  oration nor an argumentation. It li  strictly an Instruction. Nor Is thia  tho only time Christ is put before us  as n teacher. Forty-four times ln the  gospel is the verb "leach" applied to  him. Tbe other times bis sayings are  spoken of as "doctrines," which la  teaching. , Forty times he is called  "Master," which Is teacher. Two hundred and twenty times bis followers  nre called "disciples"���������tbat is, pupils,  learners. I think tbe fact is worth  noticing that even Nicodemus snid,  "Thou art n teacher como from God."  I am suro tbat every public schoolteacher In the 400,000 leading that army of 20.000,000 school children, ns  well as the thousands in other schools,  will grasp with appreciation the know!- -  edge thnt the world's Redeemer felt  the trials, tbe discouragements, tho  dlshcart'enments of a teacher.  ���������, u    "Mis������ Aurora."  The schoolteacher is the guiding star  of-the republic. She���������for mostjonch-  ers nro women���������Is greater in number  than all the doctors, lawyers and .ministers put together. I am tempted to  say ber influence is Just ns great. Shi  takes the little panning fresh from th**  home nest, full of his pouts, pets nnd  passions, ungovernable in many cases. -  a rampant, riotous littlo wretch whose  own mother often admits she scud-  him to school to get rid of him���������tbe  teacher takes a whole carload of these  littlo anarchists, half of whom singly  aud alone cannot be handled by their  own fathers and mothers nor influenced by Sunday school teacher or pastor;  she takes this regiment of raw recruits  and without entertainment of vnude-  ,YlHe-.or.rod-Of.reform.GchooLpiitS-thcni   in way of becoming useful citizens. 1  claim she shows rare qualities of generalship! One can easily seo that while  leaching tho young idea how to shoot  sho herself has been unable to dodge  Cupid's arrows, nnd when nhe is about  doing her bpst work, managing what  Arislotlo called "the most untamable  of all wild animals," some fortunate  fellow entices her to manage a homo  fer him.  Tho Task,  Kvery teacher is subject to periods  of profound discouragement. She cannot seo that her work Is leading any* *  where. Somo idle, childless clubwoman addresses the teachers' meeting  with patronizing air und tells how  inspiring it must be to see the rows of  eager upturned faces overy morning  as hungry as young robins for Instruction. Bless her heart! If sho could  have but Just ono day of an Irresponsible, snickering roomful ot children who  apparently love nothing less thun n  book; If sho could stand with aching  head, sometimes with aching heart,  between four hnrd'hlackbonrded walls  and the littlo faces harder still to make  any Impression upon, she would change  her mentul figure of young robins feuding. Tho problem Hint faces tho teacher is how lo huvo personality enough  to go around nniong flfly children, how  to glvo each child uufflclcnt Individual ���������  nltentlon to satisfy her conscience.  "Tbe teacher must bo happy.  Unless  tho teacher Is happy and breathing tho  ��������� breath of llfo the children will not be  happy aud breathing the breath of  life."  True. A mulling face In a schoolroom mny brighten the treadmill routine and IcKHen tbo possibility of penalty for tionfuiminient of tasks, but  tho toucher may respond;  "How cnn a board of education ���������������  poet uh to bo radiating centers of energy and buoyant spirits when we ar������  no desperately overdriven, when wa  tiro given forty or llfty pupils to handle, when very often all possible light  and llfo and Joy lb the lesson are de-  atroyed by vicious, dull wltted, troubl*  breeding children whoso parents believe their mlfistntvmuuts nud add to  our burdens?"  Tranimutttion of Spirit,  We'ro lu the morning of jrrent Intellectual   development.    We   worship  bra lnu.   \Va ult nt (lie feet of great  tonclierd,  Tho world's greatest teacher  wim uot Froebcl or Pcstnlowel. but the  i %<���������,, iif.a   v���������������������������,.(,������t,     it*   r,i���������,.ii������   th*  I Irnnnmntfttlon nf Hptrlt. I've wen lit-  idlnn women on renorvntlon and prnlrln  weaving bnnkcM, working bend work  i lu which was tho ulury of leaf and  I liower, bird und hoiik. mountain pculc  nud funnel kIow. Whero did nbe u*-t  , Mia bciiuty, Die conception> uh, out ot  her own woman's r.oiil. Pvo seen  ; teachers weaving their lives nwny ln  tho Rditolrooni,  their soul  In  their  f������c* nnd voice. The teacher stondn r.t  the beginning of luutnl and noul life.  ! Ifur litidlMicu of fifty boys In n school  11* better than J.WW In n chapel tit Flri*  IHJnf. Thrr* U a rt-mt* In which a  jrrnln nt tnuMnrd J*  blppff thnn  ������  Biotjnttilu, nnd rebool* nre cheaper that  ) Jail*, tbo teai.bcr mui ctocracttr u  ^Chrlet uim tout*.  I  \ ?-'.:?^-^:^-a:;;iC.^.^a^i^  uM^wW������o������������MWMMr<  Z&t-XS-lSKli&igesiiXSIl^^  jSSi;:,;*^.  im&WiSWik ClMBl^^ig^  iMwn������iu<il  lis  3������>  I'iGa CURTAINS FROM 75e to $8 per pair   ���������:     ���������.  M.AOIUS MUSLINS, ART 55AT������EN^,..AND CHKTuNNGS  WH'TTK, AND COLORED BED SPREADS- ALL  r-.lU'OISS  .."'������������������''���������'    LINOLEUMS AND WALL PAPERS.  A .Full Line*, of Furniture.,  DED's AND HEDIWFG ALWAYS ON HAInD  WATCH    FOR  THE:   BIG:* SIGN   ,  ii I.  '���������&fl*-ll   TADIKS1   &   CrlTNTl.KMKN'S  tiH *|j   ' - ������������������     :>': '���������  TAILOR   MADK     SUITS    ,.  ifkoifS30.00  to"$35560, :  '. Phone 52  ������ ***** - - ^xittmt_flM,i^mta^mJaM^  '* w '   -. ' , .������������������- - - P*  j-Jlj    " "McTMiee Block,      Dtuisimtiv Avenue,       Cumberland-    jl  *. 7;  ioro! 4giMit -for Mason &'��������� Risch' Pianos.  V'"'>?> oM^,usBr������^wir^i,������������rftt, *,W'is������r*aye'������������a-aLwa������ ATi.wswaeMBi^asSBJiw^^  S'ivwani Lam] * >iftriot  ���������v/Dit-.triot of Coast  ",  Take notice tliat Keyiuald Waters1 . uf Vancouver,'i������.C. occupation-. enotlK-XU\ inUuids   To    apply  , NOT R F.is'liCreby ^iven that ������*u :hc  next meeting of lhe Board, of Liccn e  Comnur-sioriers olTlYe Ciiy of Cumberland, I intend to apply fur ,t hotel license  io sell liquors by retail in and "upon   lhe  fnr poruJWoiClO purchase the {���������i.-!.'W<ni'-'es known ..as  the'������������������"���������Kins'Ceorgc'  "-. .li;-\vir,cr described lands:-- "V    ! Hoiel', situated on lot .9, block. 7, Ciimb-  ���������   ' ' Cb^vn, nciniv at "a iiost planted | er,*���������d Townsiie."  ./]. mile east of the .ourlt  w^t cor j    ' VICTOR 'BONORA  .    aer oMot* 0m\   thonco  .east   fcO j D;Ucd ^ **������������������ ^'Y ^.^Y ���������1913-.  ���������'���������"Ciiaillii.  SOUtil   -i-O C'llllill^.i'-."li::t    -^ ���������  II. orsc i'or  pale,', .price  875.00;  FASHIONABLE   TAILOK l-  ;  OucAN'iN.G   anix Pressing  -...'������ .      DONF, AT  Reasonalu.K Pricks,  a---i  ������--**-  ������'���������;������������������:.  ������ '���������..  ������'  ������  ............    "''@  ���������'. ������������������M'W'- - ���������  4 "'       ���������-���������   ; .-���������������������������'V--- ���������������������������< v;-rr-";?^>"->;v;.'.,^;-j^^  ���������^'S,4"i"t"M���������"4"^���������l*4"i"^'S"i"^, ������������������ -���������.���������������.���������;  . ,.*,,; :':.������;-'*  GENKJ^AIv REPAIRING OF-- .    |;  ._   H  Cumberland  i-haiiis, north   4:0 chain* io   poiut "'"  "  v.'ught about .bOOlbs; good driver  single or double' harneVS) al-'0 suit  able for i'iirin work. For particulars  af co;iii')n',::'<'!neni containing 8"-0  aci-r-.-r '.rune, ov lotw.  Ri'ffinabl Waters.  ��������� "N'tur.u.of Aivplioitti't in full   ,.    ,   ..,..    ,r.  ,.  .,-���������      ,, ;���������, '   f.      - ,    .- .   apply Uus oliice  Robei-t Uonry Chesuiut, Agoio.} ,1 ' ���������'  Dato March 12i'Sis  1U12  NOTICK  Sayward J/ttul Distriot  . .:.,   ' District of t'o:-t   .,     .,  'Take !ioi.ici' tliat lsal>������l AIcKon  ;iv. of ViiiK'ouvtii',  B. C   occu pa-  thui spinstt;;', iiitcniJs, to apply  foii  ns-i-'viis^iua to !:;urc;hase tho :follow  ii.in (hjs'::!-i.bt'.<'I ianu:::  ';/^^^ma*^*\-m^-^^ii**J*ry^ ^4****i**^*r^  BRQS  GRQCFRS;. 8c-   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF    " *,.  OU sVi BER LAN D  BOTTLi NG WOR KS  A<xents.for*"PiIsenev Brewing Company's RHER  .      '"���������      "���������-Wholesale 1 Dealers  in all Kinds of ".  Wines and Liquors., "  ���������SECOND'   STREET -  *3  ". - ������������������.,-'V,',*i.:'.'���������������������������    ���������^���������-ii'W-.]  Plumbing -Don6. i:"."---    -^i ��������� ������ '"���������%  .... .      ���������:",;;..;:/'.-:,,^.:.;^.:.>;>u.;v;-^  *   "'" '-'aaid Mire.-'--'"-'-        and Perfect bicveles.-'.'���������',���������",;    S;.���������}  '   : !** '���������;."���������.        ,;   *��������� ���������-.,!"���������': <��������� !������4  P.O. Box 360 ,������������������*.���������..- Telephone 7-0    .:...-   $   IJ  '; vfV'iVi  -"������; "  ttmmn.'U-af-*'*.^  tmaif^1_m_r9lr\mtMmm*m^^  -rnrnn*mJr   *��������� .ltmf,r_i,l-,-tn���������^-.^,rV*i.-tK'*m^S**J**&m^^  A3 JASman. imOmXv^r: -i Tf_v. *v������u7wivK������i^. iw m\M- .*jc^vwi^ t**������*r:a������saB*tMjr9n^������*u*������  TA KE, Notice.the iirinoiLKH  ABK &��������� CO,,, has this' day he.-n  dissolved, and the ���������business will  in;! future he carried on by CHOW  NOTICE  OF   DiSSOLUTlOM  OPVARTNERSIUP  :;  TAKE NOTICE that the partnership (inn of ]jogWie & McBecd  carryii'u;-'on busiiioss af Courtenay  11 C. as'"Drvviood's Merchiuits was  dissolved on the 2nd ';M.arelf 1012.  All ���������ciebts iir.d'.clai'r.s due aiui all  debts and chums ao-ainst' the finn  of.Lo<>-^ie���������ev' Mclieod must biipaib  ��������� nntl ..presenter (as the caso may be)  to tlieundor^o-ned. **'';,:.*'; *;��������� .*  VICTORIA LAND DlSTltTCT  Couiuioncing ni. a nosf    pl'nU'ff  io 1 * * i 1' * -ei'l.>l.   of  the   sonih-weit  t|;bKE    Ai..  SONS.;-." A11 ; debts \>f\w ba^iuft.s will  in;. Jutirre, be  against   ihe,  former:   partneribipjeiu-,-i0(i on. bv Eltner^Lofffcic^'.-and,  . -r,  . --,,   ., ,    ^a i'i u^ he presented   Avithin'oOday^;" H'arrv K. Lo^ie under llio   fin  ��������� :>   .      ,,            .���������'   a     ,u\ ,), ,;���������;������������������ O'oui tlie dateJuAreot   to CIhav l.ee   "f rno.(v:p p.,-0c;     ...      ���������'���������..,,.,���������;.  rii^His. Oi! :ice   south   '10 chain.-:,        ���������                                                        ] ur i^o.^ie i>iu.>-...              ���������������������������������������������.,-.���������  l-ienee    erU   80    chains, 'ihence ^ ^ons for   payuie  uorili 40 chaius to'p.flint   of coni-  'uie.iceuK'.r.f,1 eoiilfduin"' 820 acres.  Isabel 'McKeniiy,    ..  ������������������       Name of Applicant iu full  lioberl' Henry Ohestnnt, A^ent  l)'tto March 12lli.il������i2.     ������  .In Aid Of Aiiti-Tu-*.  berculosis Society  J.   llillmy Murynb; Players   ���������  To   lVu'forin.     ' .        '  ...The Anh-Tubeivolosib Society  (..ffoi.no:-: Uistiicf are to oo conn  of-rtiilalcd f\\ luiving seen red the  r-'i'vices oi Mr, J. liiilary-Mar:  ; vub*. Pla',( vn who ure tu fippear in  nil of \\.���������'��������� abie-e Society :*t Coui-  teiiav ''ud (\-->i!o.v on the 17lh i.uid  bSl'li' ilifil','ro.'-|io.CiLiv/!.yi' The j)i.:-  ,"(!,s chosen for j.vudiielioji' are  > ShowCm)" ai.d Hbime.'' Th-j  'V.i'i ������������������.ni* a firs I lai.: euiuedy obotind  nt. ;^\11 cleL>lK|Uatoa fiii^i5'h ilti y of April 1912  ue or accruino;   'liie;  the- foiuuer I ' .-, :    [jarry F. Loo-eie^:  a. T  K1m\  I  j.\     ...-���������-��������� ���������' ������������������'.-���������������������������,.������������������'.������������������������  to liave your photo ta'ii'en at  i m  i  ltd  -4-  ,-   District of Coast ������������������" i  TAKK notice ihru (.".eorye Kilby, dl  Vancouver,,1>.C, occuoation coiUt'acior  arid builder, intends :tn nppl v .for .per-  iriission to lease the. folio wind described  hiids:���������Coi'iuivencirijif,,'U a pci-t p'jiiiied  011 ihe \V. side of l;ou^hboroui,'h Inlei,  nearly opposite Clrbeir Point nipids', and a  little nonh from the N.,. I'-- cornel-, of  Timber Limb 44898, bein^ vacant land,  tlience Soai.h 20.. chains, tlience West  40 chains, thence X0.11I1. about 25 chaiiis  movrvov less to high -water mark on  Loughborough   Inlet,. thence   southerly   H ,i  y,, .   Flashlights,  Views, Portraits,���������"���������fttid Postcards.  ���������  AV'ClRK GUARANTEED       PRICES REASONABLK ^  I' ��������� :..'"' ��������� ���������' CUM8ERLAND J^^r/-l&  ..<��������� -". ���������'.'- * "-v . '���������', .-'-.. ���������-'j': ���������'���������*-. !.: ���������:>������������������ . ��������� ������������������-. :;''-;v i.:-^f���������:  :.'*.:���������;>������������������,  ^l!IIIIIIIIIill!l!;t!ll!l!!!IIIHitlllt)l!li!ll!!l!i::ill!tlll!ll!lt!l!!n!!tHi:itll!n^ \1  ;.,���������'   w ./J  M  Capital $6,200,000-.  ������������������' Resorve$7,SOO,pob  |;  ThS :Royal B-anlf of 'Gainada;  ������������������������������������. tS ���������  gtl  ji'arl norshi j) linn -must he   piiid   to  TTTFUa 1 r !XlTow"lUeen\: ~SoTTS7~TW  depU owing by Japanese   deb tors  to tiie .former" phrtnorship ���������������������������i.ii-ui  'inlist be paid to  Un-ematsii   Nak-  iitiit, also .known usK.-.Abe.  _' .     "        .   Cliow .Lee  .[{, Nakano.  D;iied thiri 25th,   day   oP   .March  1012.    '" *    '  NOTICE is hereby ykui tfia  )50 days after date application will  lie made lolho Superii tendent of  Provincifd Police, \'ictoria, for a  transfi.;)' of the hotel lieoii,-?o to sell  liquors by retail in ihe hotel  Uuuwn as ihu Lorne. Hotel, .situ���������  r.ful at Cmuox, B, C, from- Elor*-  t'livc M. Clilbf to Ceo, M. Jbiflow.  K'i.oRif.NCH "M. (.h.iKi-'i-;.  Hoi dor o| fiiionse.  ^_apl .-7--m\  following- the h:yh water mark of Lou^h  borough Inlei to   point'--of  commencement, contaiiiiny-o.-ii acres .in ore or, less.  C-iiORGK KlUBY, AppllCAIll.  Dated lanuafy>.oth,'.1.912,'���������  ���������,'.. ������������������-.'**'���������    a* 11  I. DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CURltENOY, d'AYABI-^^rt | f  I*'*"*���������>,'....; '/.'���������������������������" ���������������������������' over  the .Av6i.{LD,.';.;-'^Ai'V:;;:.;;'.r '^'  I S PEOi. AT ATTIC NT 10 N pa id ' to ii A VIN 0 S -*A CCOU m'B% i n b- i:^.f: ;'}��������� |  I-   at. UijrljtSst  Current Ru;ctf. allowed oii Di..pb^it^ of $f and upwind^.-, |.it  !'���������     ' : ���������', '.'.   OUMBEIliiANI\ B.C,'���������Branch', Open."Daily;.'���������'..';     v.V  gv ;     *    TTNIOM WHAItF, B; C,   Sul)-Braeh^Open.Thursdays-   ".  |;'.";:���������    >   'p-M.m :'  I ������������������':'..'.*V:-*'\      COUBTENrAY,/ B;nC , ���������'.''Brnneh,.'" ;6per."Daily.-';'i^.-i^r  ^/itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiRiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  ���������,^mt.^a*f*P^--r*m*lfmlST*-m\M  ���������P."  IS������.!*  ���������ii.)-  rm~  .:,*   >;oTiti'i?.';������������������'-'.._,!. ���������'"-.:���������:"  La; d TMbti-iot,' Uoast;  ,    '   ''District��������� r.f 0 >asf, .Uans.o I. '  liJi! NO.'i"K',E--.tl)At],';".Mr.ryThuliu>  i.ediiyatioii Mni-iied wqmi^i,'intend to ap.-;.  I ly to pu'olws.1 .tli--) t;.il'l..-. i ������ (i.eriboe  land :(','o;.-qin,e������ci 'K nl, n pa t : 1 uitf'.Uh ml  lO'tuh.di.B )Krtrt and 40 uUi ������ en������;, <.f tli<*'  f;mvli-(������tt cir.nii iif-'l- li 4.1, 0 cue'' ,nor h  80 i.-liiiiiis, dici od'rtt-i-l, 40 clidiis, tnuiio  si.uth SO cliain.-i. 1,h<��������� 1 i������:o^ e.������l -10 elfins 10  II e ii.iitit ot ������cii:i mo.^u.nii'iii, ��������� cpau.iiiii'{;  !J2() iicro-- rii>ro < r 1 -nt-.  Sifi im, M\1!V TMUL'N, ' .,  ti 0, V v i- r,A���������'ciit.  U.it.;.l Mio-.'h .1 t, IH!-.',  0UBC1C .'NOTICK..*  N'OTiOlv'iM hereby .given that  the L'itv Pound liy law will in  fit1 ure bv* c 1 forced.    Mi loll cow.*  1  YlCTOU[A:]JAND.:DlSTRipT|l, :���������   NOTARY PUBLIC  ���������CCNVEYANGi'N'G-  .;        l)istrici of Coasi  TAKI*: nouceihai Major S. Wiliiams, | |-   DUNSMUiR  AVENUE    ���������'  o-fVcU'ic.oiiver, 15. C., 'imends   to -ipplvi M  for permission to lease the followiny.de  ���������CUMBERLAND/, i'i  .-I  )l  ^mVV-frf-.ax.-W.miM-tt<������r.\rm-M-m-*^.Mmiia*f,.*LW*lti^  scrihed lands:--Comniencing at. a post j |  plained onyhe East side of I'hilip-, Ann,.,! i  near the S, \V. corner of W and CjLini-  it No, 92, lie'.ng die S, W. conn r, thence  East 40 (.huiiK tlience Nonh .(.jchims,  thence West 40 chiins to high iwtler  in.uk oii' 1'lnlips Ann, thenoe ..souther y  followin}4 tin; hi;.;li water m,11k 10 point  of coiiiiiienrcaiK-nt, conUiinintf i(yi acres  'more or less- '.",.'  ' M 'jou'S.-Williams,  0 Geoi-|;e Kdljy, A������cnt. "  Dated J arm 1.  ;;jrd, u;i 2.  ,^-*Mit^.iffmf-^^fiTtirwi.i-^v^Uit^r-:,-^^.^<!^ivj*tK.r^^.Bt>fff^^  .������������Ml.-,������-'.^.M<A^^^nMB  K*-t*rTnf*.'z.\*iw--mu^f4: ���������������  Maarifaoturer of MIH'ERAL W.4.T|B  CUMBERLAND ll  r^ws^/atf-CJMpiwtntJ ���������txvapan.j  P, 0,. flOX 4813  PHONE 29....  ill ������'���������  .   NOI'l "P. is lua-ehy r,i'. 1:11 ih:u '^o.d.iys I  alier date applicaoim   will   \n-  made  to'  KOIl SAI.K A hook all youiio  iu-! in   amu-;re.(   ;-itiumoiis,   am  thi.-���������h.tUr u i������h;y of moro   liuniai) ��������� Oi:ou-;>i: M. Haulow,  inlciv,--:-, ailiiov.oh   hy   110   uteun-i Appiicani.  i.u*,l,ii-,..r   in   coiOedy.     The Coin-   1)il(,((  ^l.i;^���������i,     ,15jj.^>,  1UUV.  wld"!' hit:'- huell  Well elioi;eil  (,o"'-.i'v;', '-I' three hid'es   and    four  ',*-'lllle*llie.n.       Of ihe Odio!*.,    Ml'.-..  1 j;r.-i*v Hini''.    M'lio icetU no itl't'o- . ,  ,    t-  ,,,1,1    ,    ,,,-   I',,,,,   ,. i sports shoii d rem .      price   $!.l)l..'  1,ne',,011   lo I ut'ilelmv   ol    t..oin,.\j   1 1  au. lieu e.,:*i*ro both   olw: i-h   she 1 Addn ^ lelier-^ drawei- ���������!. 1,   N;,,,  ha- tint ' ai'rd ;i;������u'sn juioi-d h *r ar-(u'nio, li.C,  t'.sl U'   v, orth,      play-   lhe    leadiliw I  imrt. i;; h'-iii ;ueiv;., .tu-l    :i.*     tiny ! ���������   4>_ _..._    ���������  '.tn- '���������( a   wi-li'.'y    did'uren-.    Milt.liv ', %-  |  ,\ i|i ,;iv    aer a,utile ,c*|.-- 0, T ,n   : ,      >-{ 'T1C)'��������� 1  , .���������   !.r.,te !e r ������������������ei's.li'ity.     TilO oth !   j  er 1 ,iies. }.\\--:,. idnli'i ji.uu'-; mull "Tu whom it nny oouoevii:��������� j  '}.;'��������� . 1,a;-,:-i'-' I'.c'i--!' luive ln.t.lii Ti)i;i;-to liolify the j tiMic* j  heen   oiv.*.i j.-nv ������������������v.'ii   taiio'd    i";i!jt,i all fu-ioltl chnr-es on Iv.n.l- :  ��������� !|.-: i- :\' i\'.\l '-'  -    -ll'i I      : I.OP 'il   ���������' I Ve     IM       , . , ��������� , ,     ��������� ., i  , -   1 1      '      , ,���������'< ed foods ue.it, 0    ;u    w Ui"i) !>a\ ���������  cad  ;vi C.l't ���������'������������������! tlieiu r.-O.e^,       <   1 *   ' ���������  r-...,-..���������,1     ,...'..    \\,...,-,     }���������-    ll-iivlnvM1!!' ilii'l*aMlcX   V:tli'.-V     ItlU-i     he "f ***>-'**���������' I  ������������������   ."     !   li-o-.,*   \l.,*,-i-,e    \ ", 'i.nr I I'idi! h'-!"ive e-.uiiia can lie torwaid ' 'i/*v''*', *'  oulv, are allowed to run  at hu-ye ' die Supei-inuaalei,,i   <.f   Provincial   l\,. i  from seven in the njoniinjj  iin'tilJ !!C!>' V,clor',H;^ ;i ll"li'^'>1' tn������ huelj  ,   ,     .      ,, . ' ,. . Jiccaso to'gijll li<|uoi*s hy   retail   iu   (he!  eiohtin   ll.c alteriioon   ol  each   Un.vUl   VU1 aslh, NeUnn  1|ous|t) sjl. i-  lined,at Union ll iy, II, C, ii;   John  A i  KraMti-, ' ;  fIfASKK ft ril.vlol'. i  Dated .March Isf 191:'.. j  day.     Ily order of City Council.  A . Mcdviunon, City Clerk,  City Mull, April -j. |th,   j<)13.  This, is Uie f'ir.st'Spriiig in ihe lii.story v, Comox  District lliat-the loeaNlenuind for co,j;s has been  equal to the supply, Not hi 110 pays better ilutn  poultry, if they ure rightly niauaoed. Ik'oin  with Ihe litile'fellows and,' feed them CHICK.  I'OOI), which is a uiixtur.c of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and oilier yrain, cut iind bleudetl jn  the- right propottiou lo make them thriye and  "tow,     I'or sale by  ti <1  p:  i*m,tW.*-**.i>.*--*--'0**%*Ut-.*f*a*l''m'l<t*^^  *tf*?.MSf.Xi.i'..UV3Mumi^  i' A. E. ..CRAWFORD,  - Courtenay, B.C |  ^9  .-f*'  ..j&.ikr**....  1      AW <i ���������:      <���������   \  W _*_*���������? km    W ia O *SQ?i  $  I  si  (.     *     .. 1  %,  x-<  m\  t      \ 11. ,  ! (-..',.-! 11 ;.' 11  !  Shiri'v Siui'ii   ho    ar*! (-d.  l:v  oidei  ".ir   in    V;" or-11  '" ! ('atuidiau f'-d'i'-ri--:, '! htu-.m uii  ,  vtr.        *. v  !    N*  "       *  \C|-     1C- t    '���������'��������� Ml'      ' M'-i.--      >'    pt'/n.-IH'i'  ;;     Ijai.-i      el. j    ; ;Um������*       (.<���������, 1..,      ���������e*c,���������  ,\11   I   eUi ,' ������������������  ��������� ii'liipi. t   U'U u,   !  A  1, ';    b     '������   '''  1    l'^*,!    M  '.Hi      le   it,  r  LO.  *M|,  1'  ir  LOOK!   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