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Array /V  y  V     '   ���������    s  - y ��������� * ���������   J  /.   A  ���������f ���������  ��������� /J..  /;'  ������wf*,asi*r:js^.  >"  ������������������������*���������* "^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District-  <ft*^**-*<uM-t.-ra-.  T:ie:News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND   15. C,    WEDNESDAY,  NOV., 27, :91a  SunSCRIPTlON $1.00 A Vkau  HUM ������������������  Ml ���������������������������������������������������!��������� ������������������I'WIIIWP    IIH   ���������* m%mMf!>.*mXJ*aVJ*-m*ml\l*H9m-*.a%r  The Cold Weather is  Here,  and evory hoy and girl needs something wai'in-for wear. Wo have  the largest assortment shown in this  vicinitv, of  Sweaters in Fine Wool and Cashmere. Every color, style and size from 75c to $2.50  WOOL HOSIERY  from tho best knitting factory in  Canada, every weight and size at  The    Kight   Prices;  MEN'S  :  WOOL : SOCKS.  M'arin, dry    feet  means  health,  uud  you can   have it, hy haying  :     . some of our Hues���������-wn have every  weight  'it   closest  prices,    'See  ������������������    "        ' 'our-Anti Rheumatic Socks,extra  " -'   weight, of specially prepared wool.  STANFIBLD'S .Underwear  ".   ���������    .'   in all the different'weights & sizes   .���������  absolutely  unshrinkable   aiid  of       ,. ���������  the  best wearing quality.  ^    oTfamous'  See cur  *ll^Rt**m-alm**>***������*m\l\* ^%  FOR  STOVES J  AND  RANGES  Furniture a  mtmm8f~CMa*xq* ()%-,  ^^\������5������r*<Ks*witt-*!"V|  _#*j  r^ptl^i**VnmWt^  ������m &ii������*������v.*sh  ���������tSI V *������i(w  ocery specials  For This Week.  +****ahfm*w**^*^mmmaiax*m*4  mo\  SIMON LEISER &��������� CO. LD.  Baths,s  .1 Lavatories,  Plumbing,;  Plumbing.  Supplies  ^tf#^?m^1^#A^ttK# C^^^^S^^i^^^^^j^s^s  mWmt**w**a*WamWram\] <>-w������-aii������-i^*<w������**������������<fcits<cmjL*ai  A meeting ot miners and lheir  wives was held in Cumberland  JIall on Tuesday evening to dis-  , cuss the matter <.i sending o'r  not sending their children to  school. A large majority of tho^e  who spoke ou tho question were  in favor of keep ing the children at school, especially the  ������notheis,'who could not Bee what  good could be accomplisjod or  how it would help matters out  t������J keep the in away. No action  was taken, the mutter being  left to the discretion of the pa-  reutfl.  ^George Richai'dHon nnd Alex  Maxwelllcftby Suudny's boat  for Vancouver,    ,   <  Thero must be fully ii huiidrod  provincial p^ice and specials in  to\yn and vicinity.-      f   "���������'���������������������������  COURT OIMM VJSION  K Court of Revision to revise  the voters )ist I'or flic city of  Ciunbeilaiid. will bo lield in the  Oity Council Chambers on Tuesday, Dec,   16th,   1912   ut 7.U0  p. in.     ,"  A. McKinnon, C, M. C.  City Hall, Nov, 1912,  Some ot of the  outsidei papers  ..     1v>.iuv     '1      ltnf  T   F'  J .  t^������rm\f-a1ty9**J%k^^ airt\g V^frjieaiam^  Libby's California Asparagus Tips, reg 2pu a   tin now :'0c  Anpnragus, reg 80c per tin :  now 25c  Boiled Beets, reg 20c por tin \ now 15c  Choice Table Spinieh, reg 20c now l.r>c  Hoi brook's Punch Sauce, Sue per bottle now 25c  ilangor Hot Chutney, reg 35c , now 25c  ||   Chow-Chow, (C & Ii. quarts) GOc now 50c  Chow Chow, [C. & B, pints] 35c now ������oe  Mixed Sweet Pickles, 33c -. ..* now 2Cc  Symington's Pure Coffee Essence, 40c now 25c  Brazil Nuts, Walnuts and Filbert Nuts, 25c lb  while they last 2 lbs for 25c  Lux���������a special g<������od article for washing  flannel,  10c pkge  racfarhne brothers  THE Cl7R.Nm{ STORE,      WNSMUIR AVENUE ,  MUtVJ.UK W.I1UH  1. ... A   .. ���������    .1.  ���������������*,.     i  tlU ������ V.     \lm.   UU "  ���������������       -.J  bunch up lln������ way.  '.'|UY  UirOllTANT.  ANNOUNCEMENT  The folliwing  is  quoted from  fho Vjctor.a Week;���������"Tlio  Week  is authorized to announce that the  Wei tern Fuel- Company of Nanaimo,    has . changed   bunds*.    I1  hns been acquired  by a London  Company,  which"hn(������ jiu-t  Juried  a prospectus   Betting forth the record and pi'0Ppe<!ts of the  Coin  pany and announcing Ub future  policy.    The  capital iu  ������7,600-  000, a very moderate amount nnd  one which   compares   favorably  with Um capital of the Canadian  Collici'iofi, .Ltd.,%- especially   when  one reniembcra that tbo output is  practically the aauie.    Mr. Tho-  imifi Stockett, who has been Gem.  era! Manager of tho Com puny for  nearly ten yciir.s,"j<s being retained  and promoted  to the  important  position   of Maunging  Director.  Mr. Btoekett iu n gentleman   of  the highest profc.sHional   attain-  ���������nvontii and pursu/ml character and  and hno vvoll oaruod the lionoura  ble   diatinctiuu   conferred   upon  him.    Under. 1.in guidance the I'm  turo of the Company ia assured,   4~���������-���������.  That remarkable Year Hook,on  i'iiw> itni'i"1   ������' '.'  Ive i.    Ill  Victoria, Nov. . 23.��������� Conditions in the strike zone ot which  Cumberland is the* coutro wore  somewhat belter yesterday, according ��������� to reports received at the attorney general's de-  pal Unent through Superintend ���������  eut Campbell. On Thursday  considerable disorder prevailed,  men and women (wive-J, daughters and female sympathizers)  jeering those worker,1; who have  returned lo their employment,  breaking a' few windows aud  otherwise disturbing the peacu  of the town. No ancs's were  made, Chief Constable Stephen  sou contenting himself with is-  sueiug a warning. Nearly one  huudied special police arc now  in charge.���������hyX.   ������������������������  The chargo against Cuunora,  (voodwin, Taylor and Hill, for  assault Oil ���������). 'rnouipaon nnd  wife, wab tried hefdre J. Vs  Bate and Willard on Monday.  They were all committed for  trial. No defence was entered.  The cano against T. Tapella in  eotuieeiioii with hut ^fouday  week's affair in front of ivior-  sled's blticl<Hiiiith fihnp, which  came tip before  Mug^traUi Ab -  Of- ....  ���������fi.ilI ..  \\r������������������ttir.ll        \>.  I ,   i ..k(.v ��������� ) ff.  and Atitiuiujiny. The  Hick* Alinamic for 1913, the fin ���������  (nt and heat ovor Ifisucd, ia now  ready. Send only 35c. lo Word  and Worka Publishing Company,  3101 I'Vaiiklm Avenue, St, Louin,  Mo., nnd you will receive 11 copy  prepaid, nlno one copy ol! the Rev  h-l ll.<;!*!i Magnsilrn-, Word find  ���������Worku.  '   Mr. T. Bickle and his daugh  ter, Mins Louis-a   Bickle arrfWd  rams on Saturday, wa.s adjourn  ['���������������������> Vicloiia on fnwday.  Yancduver, Nov. 22,���������Al the  ceremonial session.of the Nobles  of lhe Mystic Shrine now being  held heic, Stephen Jotien, of  Victoria, chief rahban, made the  most significant speech of the  evening in response to the toast  to'Gi/eh temple. He appealed  to all the nobles to (insist in the  completion of the S50.000 temple which is uow being erected  in Victoria, and reminded them  that tl lis tern pie shfj uld be made  a.s handsome an possible, as Cinch Temple had imw 515 members,"' imn was second huge-'  temple iu Canada* Forty two  .nobles from Victoria attended-in  a budy, many  of  them ucxoiii-  .v.nWI fiy llinir    *t*MV<>';      nnd    id  v        -.���������',-  moHtevci'y city iu British Columbia was rcprcscnled at the  nes'iion. Many visitors attended from Nile Temple, Seattle,  ,xih\ Ai'ifi Teiaph;, Tie'omu, and  ihe iuiiiaiinn and banquet was  one of the .most jiiicu.'t-������;ful and  licit attended gaiheiings of Shii-  ueis held in the 1'ucifx Nonh-  west.��������� 1C.V.  POLICE COURT..  Peter, Shearer   appeared   be  fore Messrs Shaw  and  Willard,  J. P's on Tuesday, to answer to  a   charge   of   assault   preferred  against h:m by Chief Constable  Stephenson. Upou   being  asked  h >w he pleaded, he replied, guilty.  The prosecution mi behalf of the  police, was   conducted   by   Mr..  vShochotham, who   stated,   that  from circumstances that he did  not then wish to enter into, and  as the defendant had very wisely  pleaded guilty to tho   charge, he  would uot pres.-i for a heavy penalty, but that this I'nct was not to  be taken ai.a precedent  iu   any  way, for in the event of a   repetition either by the defendant or  any   other   person,    he   would  strongiy urge for the fullest penalty the law allowed, ao the government   was   determined   that  iho law should   bu   observed   in  Cumberland, and that no'citizen  rdiould be deferred from walking  the streets without molestation  of any kind.    The ueciiscd was  lined 810 and coste,  which   was  paid,  Frank Farringtou, of Illinois.  U S., member of the  International Board of the U.  M.  W.   of  A., delivered an address in' Cuui-  bcrlarid-I-Iall-ou���������Saturday-nigh ly  nudor the'auspices of.  the   local  U. M.,W. of A,   He   is  a   fine  speakor, and gave !son e excell  cut advice, advising   order   and  ���������coolness during this strike.    Ho  informed his audience as  to the  conditions existing   among   the  coal   miners of West   Virginia,  where they have uo   unions,   in  contrast with miners iu tbe states  which'have unions.    He slated  ihat the condition of   the   West  Virginia miner was little  better  than lliat of a slave.    Addresses  were also' dcliveicd   by   Messrs  Foster and Irving   The   women  who were present seemed to be  as deeply interested in   the   ad-  drjs.-.es as the men, if  not more  1=0.   Mr. J, Nayloi jwided.  ^.,        t>-... --. i.,.  Contrast the opinions of Revs.  Father Vaughan and Ross on  Socialism in Cotton's Weekly of  Nov. Hih.   it is worth readiug.  Hugh*.Miller's   residence   at  Happy Valley,   wus   totally   de-"  stroyed by fire at about 1 o'clock  on  Sunday   morning     The, fire  was.caused b"y~ih^"upsettii7g~of a~  coal oil lamp.   The contents of  the bouse were destroyed wi'.h  tbe building.    This is hard luck  for Mr. Miller, especially  at this  time of lhe yenr.,. The U. M. M.  VV. of A..at a meeting on Sunday  night voted  $100,00 toward  his  relief. -Theiewas uo hisurance.  Mr. J.'W,   Little,  eon-iu-law  of Mr. and Mrs, James Abiams,  died at Vancouver on  Wednesday last.    He died  while uuder  going -a   second   operation fot  stomach trouble.    Mr. and Mrs,  Ab'amsand   Miss Queenio Ab  rams left for Vancouver on Sunday to attend the funeral, which  took place on Monday, 1  Mr. Little   was a well-known  business man of Vancouver.  It is now "Chief" Hairy  Creech, and Harry is liclt'ed  about it.  Coroner A^raino visited Rock  Bay lust week to held.au inquest  cm two loggers, who died from  the effects of drinking wood alcohol, .      ���������  K  Chief Stephenson has been approached by the leaders of the  Union, requesting bim not to  prefer any more charges agni'iis'-  anyone, and they would gnarau-  Ice there would be no more  trouble, lie has llm matter uuder consideration.  Contracts for clearing land can  be arranged by applying <o Sum-  uel II. Miller, contractor, Cumberland, B. C.  "All quiet along the Potomac.'  ���������  '     "  CT 1 .1   11   1         Mrs, James Potter has recently  receive word of the deutb of a  married sister ut Springhill, Nova  Scotia, also of ihe serious illness  of bcr mothca and brother.  PEOSPEOTOBS,   MINERS'   AND  ,.,      m*,   m���������f -���������,    **J , r*^mwmimim.������a*%ip     IT'Vtll'N  Men's High Top, Wetcrproof Boots  Tl-c Aiulicrsi & |.������-i.l;ic Wimia Home v.iih extra  heavy soles, .aru'.o of Oil Tan anil Cromc Calf, very  |ie:it Vunl-ni..<!c nuieipionf hiun ni-ulc, ti, 12 and  16iri'h Mp.  en until Thursday. ���������������* wan the  cane nguiiiai two women fur as-  e'Uilt.  S>U)day'.H outgoing train wan  well    fVded   wi)b  1>ftS?<;Ug',r**  ,vSee S'oddaitVi   advert'acinent  oirthc inside pagi������.  Men's Walcrr������rcoJ Shirts  IliK   1 i-ti-it   Uiu   lltirn,  U11101  ������|irt.<al!y fcft i p l> 1 iiu-n who 1ia������t- oui-mlc ������^������>tl  and \i i'-ic 1-CH nr.niini;; sliiri obtntnalilc,  , Mackinaw Shirts and Coals etc.  .SCI!    Ulll      ilUC'l*     III      .Vtliil.      IdrtlK      .-i������.V'.*.tk.*������  .Shirts ami Coals, heavy Kllalii Sliifi. and 1-ints,  Corduroy rants, Blue FlannH Shuts i.tvl OIpvm,  hoavy Wor-.ii.ti Ilw, Tli^e vuli il .nd l<4; of vu-ar  ,u,d jusl the kind for thr miiM^lr man.  A large stock of Oil Clothing,  on  I  5,k:lml; Gum Boots etc.,   always  hand.  "   CAMPBELL  BROS.  *ZTm7mfWmm^m'mJMm^^  .% at-.:.������. i THE WF-WS.���������-.CUMBTBJHLAKD, B. a  ������������������a*  IN THE  BALANCE  By L.G. MOBERLY  Author ot  "Dttx anal Anothar," "A T������nfll������4  Web,"    "ain  at Allooi-t  Dtw  Ino,"  etc., oto.  WARD,  1.0 3 K  ft CO., LIMITtK*  London, Mt.lbo.irne ������nd   Toronto.  (Continued!*  Belf-controlled? l.Jo mlRht bo t-o  outwardly, but what, manner of *,cU-  control wasHhat which, could hunger  ��������� tor another man's death, iu order tlmt  io might marry llio oilier nian'a wlfo?  ToinlliiHon interrupted his ���������trulii of  thought, '   ,  You'd bettor como and hoc lliat, follow at onoo, ho said dragging himself  from hiH chnlr. Ho'a boon on tho  rninp for tho last two hours; now he's  fairy qulot. Hut 1 toll you fairly,  'Dynecourt, I've luul-a devil of a tlmo  with him. 1 daren't, leavo him alone  for a minute. Looks a. quiet sedate  enough chuj), too. What on earth  Bent lilm off his head?  Even sedato peoplo Bomelimcs go  off their heads, w'ns the evasive reply,  and the two men did not speak again  until, having crossed the hall and  walked down-a long corridor, they entered a room at its furthest end. A  rough-looking man was seated at the  table reading a newspaper, and  crouched in an armchair hy tho window, his eyes fixed upon the sunset,  sat Soames. He ,was very quiet, his  face woro an" expression of profound  melancholy bordering on despair, and  he was so absorbed in his own,modi-"  tations that he did not turn from tho  window when the doctors entered.  Quieter? Tomlinson asked the  rough attendant in a whisper.  He's quiet enough now, tho man  answered gruffly; he's been giving me  beans, I can tell you. Woro himself  out, that's what ho's done.  Moved by an impulse of pity, Dynecourt walked across the room to the  chair hy the window, and, put a hand  gently on tho lawyer's shoulder. At  his touch Soames started violently,  and looked up at him with a mingling  of fear and perplexity which slowly  turned to recognition.  Why���������It's���������- Dynecourt! 'he said,  seizing and grasping the other hand.  Thank God you'*.e come! I���������do you  know���������I believe, ���������his voice sank to  a dreadful , whisper���������I believe���������T bo-  Ilcve I've been mad, but I'm not riird  any more, and I've got to tell you-*  to tell you.  CHAPTER XX1ITI  iS o a mo s_E sc a pea   To tell me what? Dynecourt's (ones  .were vory "ytallo, thut flr&t lmpulso  of pity that ha-.l directed him to stop  ���������owards the wretched man still sway-  cd hishsart: he was sorry for SOAtnts  i-orricr than ho hnd been for anvb.\ly  for a long, on; lime.  - i can't sa,r Hilars to yov with tho;-  other fellows in "ere, the lawyer *������  wered, glancing uneasily at Tomlln-  son and .the attendant. They'll nuke  you think I am mad again, he whispered. I���������I'm not mad uow; Iin  sane���������dreadfully sane ��������� dreadfully  sane, ho rep.ea.tcd lira dreary monotone..        n  . Do you mind leaving mo alone with  Mr. Soames for a fow minutes, Tomlinson? Dynecourt said. I want to  hn-'n n. little chat with him, and I'll  como Into your study afterwards.  i uinltJiHon came forward and whispered In Dynccourt'B oar.  I'm not prepared to say il. is safe  for you to stay alone in here with  him. Ho was a raving maniac an  hour ago, and will probably 'bo the  samo again In another hour.  1 think -f can miuiago him, Dynecourt, spoko curtly in low tones. I  . had to tackle him alono all last night.  Tomlinson shrugged his shoulders,  laughed shortly, and with his uncouth  servant slouched out of tho room,  leaving Oliver and Sonnies alono to  gether. *,Vi' -���������  The lawyer's head had mink upon  his breast. Hie 'unimiution which at  "sight, of Dynecourt had. ���������tcftu>oraHly  lighted his features had died away,'ids  eyes looked dull and heavy, Uc sttt  hunched up in an attitude Reckon.jig  profound misery, and his h.ifl.'ls moved  bach wards and forwards w.Ui restless  twitching movements that f-ORined to  imply somo deep distress of mind.  You wanted to toll mo .���������o-methlntf,'?  Dynecourt said at lasi, Washing him  'Intently for a few moment''.  Wanted ...to tell you HomtAlng? .the  miserable man,said, frowi.ii*'!; with tho  el'forl to collect his rambling, thoughts  and looking vacantly into tl\0 other's  face. Tell you���������oh! it's ftynecourl.  Mis accents took on a Hot" V J,(?Hef.  1 thought It was that, ruffi-in who has  been on guard all day, or that, other  drunken brute. Look her0', why am  1 here? That's what 1 wim1 to know?  Why am 1 hers, hoing washed as a  mouse Is watched by h en'*-* Tell hk-  why���������  You know you -weren't "vo'ry well,  Dynecourt's volco wan vc>> gentle,  and my friend TonilliifiOii \\H a���������Well,  It. Is a Homo for people *v).o aren't:  well,  Soames glanced up at liUu with a  leer.  You mean people who .(.rt. as mnd  as halters, ho said, though Vve novei-  been able to understand ijij'self why  hatters should ' be any jUoro than  mod than other people. Po you understand It?  0! It's only a saying. bynecotirt  spoko cheerfully, seating, himself by  'Soumos' side. I thought X'ou-Would  he better down here lu the luiet than  In all the racket of town- It was  1 who sent you here.  Oh, was it? Then I wi?*l to, heaven!���������-but 1 haven't told yo'',yet What  I've got to tell you. The blustering  tones In which his Benton0!* had begun died into, a lrem.ui0h.8- wluno.  Dynecourt, for God's sauo listen to  me! I'm as sane now -jis you are,  but I waj mad. I know I was mad,  becauso his faco���������-you : ki>������-\v' whose  face 1 mean���������peeped at me from ������very  corner , And it wouldn't have done  that if I wasn't mad,r-  Well, well, you aro not *had now;  try not to worry, about that's past  and gone.     Try���������  Ah! but 1 can't forget. All day  I've seen him. All day J'tj's followed me, in and out,.up.and-down,- with  his dead face' scowling at-rive. And  now I've only got rid of l>Un" at last  because I've promised. hin������ I'll make  a clean breast of what I <iJh\       '  Promised'him���������that you-���������  ,. That I'll tell the truth, Sophies broke  in. , A little while ago I 0hould"5ave  bluffed it out,, but'now���������i <*.an't bluff  any more. I can't stand toeing Tritton everywhere���������everywhere, I tell  you! he orled excitedly. Audit's no  use my telling him I nevc*v meant to  kill'him'... He .won't heiievc'me'l J  only quieted him when I promised to  make a clean breast-of ev^ythirig.  A clean breast of everything! That  -woukl-mean-r���������pynecourt'B-'PVain-whirl-  ed as he looked out at fixe veil of  evening, light over the tre<?������. Everything, would; niean the whole story of  his bargain Syith -Soaniw. * and the  thought of   that, "transaction", being  Never Aiked a Fee  A granlto shaft erected by popular  subscription soon will mark the grave  of Dr. Joseph Dawson, a physician  who never asked a fee.  Dawson was burled In tho littlo  town cemetery two years ago, 'but  his grave always has beeu unmarked.  Nobody knew Just when Dawson  came. Ho arrived with ono friend  -���������a collio clog and soon established  a wide practice. Thoso who wished  to pay for his services could do so,  but ho never Insisted on n foe. What  money ho did not. nge for tho actual  necessities,of life he gave to charity.  To tho curious ho said:  I came hero from California. There  I have a wifo and child. I like your  town and I'm going to slay here,  For 10 years Dawson li*-ed with  his dog as u solo companion. When  ho died tho tribute palil to him was:  '  "Ho had more friends than any  man in the country,"  Uong Standing Asthma,���������Many have  suffered so long from asthma and  have tried so many so-called remedies they think that thero is no real  help for them, They should road  the letters received by ilie hiauufact-  urers of Dr, J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Itemed! front hundreds of,cases onoo  as desperate as their own. IDven in  long-neglected eases this famous-preparation brings prompt help.  General Booth'c Will  By his will tho lat> General Booth  has left not only nil that was vested  in him as General, but also his private  property amounting to ������487 19s to  the Salvation Army, whllo the property (now valued at ������5.295) which the  lato Henry Reed left for the General's  private use���������and which had enabled  the General to livo without draw-in?-  anything from the Army funds���������has  been divided among his children-  Dram well, Catherine, Marian; Herbert,  Eva and Lucy. Personal mementoes  were left to all his children and chll-  dren-in-law.i  ..From My Hunting Day Book  Tho Musson Book .Company, Limited have been honored by the Crown  Princo of Germany's instructions to  i issue immediately a translation of his  volume "From My Hunting Day Book"  in Canada.  In this book, the preliminary announcement of which has existed the  utmost interest, the German ..Crown  Prince records his sporting experience  in Europe and America tho work has  been produced throughout under the  most careful supervision of the Crown  Prince himself, and is illustrated by  a large number of photographs taken  by tho Crown Princess and the author.  The- future Emperor of Germany  CcU.-* of his adventures in a particular,  ly, bright and pleasing manner. While  modestly disclaiming in his introduction, auy pretentions to literary, merit  he writes of himself as a mail who  loves genuine sport, and to whom "the  poetry and grandeur of Nature, arc  in lnexhatistil-l.e source of delight ami  ji'.y,  Tho book Is more than a volume of  sporting reminiscences for from time  to time digressing from his subject,  the Crown Princo speaki* with considerable frankness of his Inclinations  mid his rending, of his friendships nnd  his dislikes. Cnnadian readers will  be especially interested in the account'  of his experiences in India and among  n shootim? party in Scotland,  "New' Rivers of the North" by Hnl-  bert Footner, makes no pretence vto  be-a scientific work. , Tho author  seeks only to share, the delight of two  amateurs in descending streams of  which no man could say what lay  around tho next bend, and to convoy  a sense of the pleasure one feels in  beholding sights that have not been  published to the world at large. Tho  story Is a dally record of the experiences of two men who launched themselves into, the wilderness .without  guides, and after travelling some 3,000  miles in ti 12-foot, collapsible boat,  brought home an unexplored river and  a new cataract to tako its place, among  the wonders of Canada.  'DftGlat-K-S'  KIDNEYS  SUSPECT YOUR  KIDNEYS  ���������it  PUl.V  tv  tyrv������  ti������ .6J  *!���������.  when you lmve lame back, frequent headaches, rhou-  tnntH-.nf.ms, spota before the eyes, twinges in the joints,  ate. , I hreo-qunrtera of nil human ailments aro duo to  the kidneys fnilinis to properly frco the system of  poisonous acids nnd waste matter.  1 o fttimulrtft. tone, i-lennsoand strengthen tlio kidneys,  tako.DK.   CLAHK'8 SWKKTNlTlflb PILLS.   Tako  tlicm the first day you have cnuuo lo think your kid-  iieys need  attention.   They  contain sweet nitve and  nyo other sovereign curative agents.   Acute or ehronio  ,.   .   .    f ...f,     . .   ���������,.    _������ id'liiey ilmcaso  can never got a foothold in tha tivstem -  that  Is fortifled with OT. CLARK'S BWKET NITHUK1ULL8.   8oU c 4yWhe?o St  filly cents a box or mailed dntet by, - ��������� . 4a  THE MARTIW BOLB &. vVYNNI CO.,      WINNIPEO, CANADA  Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.  < Extravagent M.P'o.  Members of the House of Commons  when they light-heartedly .assented at  the beginning of .the'rseaaon. to the  reappointment of the select committee  to inquire in tho expenditure on stationery' and printing for the House'of  Commons and the Public Service generally did not presumably anticipate  that some of their own .little Parliamentary foibles would be ruthlej-sly  exposed to the public gaze by their  colleagues.  Few peoplo will disagree when they  learn that ?45,000 worth of paper is  used at Westminster every year and  that of this sum $10,000 is for special  papers to suit individual preferences.  '-;."��������� How's This?  W������ offer One Hundred Dollars Rensrd for Mt  *mt ot rainnli that   cmnot be cured by lliilpi  SBtarrU Cure.  ���������~_ , ������Vir6nEN13Y-*'OO.T<roleda.-<>.-  We, the -.mclcrelgiicd, have linown F. J, Cheney  or tbo lust IS years, and believe lilm perfectly honorable  In all buslnces transactions and financially  able to cany out any obllitallons made by hla firm.  Wai.dino, Kinkan & Marvin.-  Wliolccale DnntRlntB, Toledo, O.  Hall's Catarrh   Cure   l������   taken   Intenially  Terrible Itching  Got Little Sleep  I    Hall's Catarrh   Cure   l������   taken   Intenially. acting  ,   _,,  .. ,     ..      ,.  .,     _,   .. ���������- I directly upon lhe blood and mucous .surfaces of ikm  dragged into the light Of d*\y Was Un-   syitem.   Testimonials sent free.   1'rlce 78 cent* ���������  Mr T  wiiiiuVni".  Wlnnl.ii'f,  Until Cuticura Remedies Cured Him  Thorn who havo tufforfd lone nnd hnpe-  Irtnly from torturln.? ikln eruptions villi rrad  with Intfrc/it tliLi letter from Mr, T, WHIInrim,  llfi Vaclflc Avn��������� Wlnnlpn; (ikted Jim. fi,  H<ll); "The Cuticura Itfmuclli'u t-i'rtulnl/  did work finely   .id I um tlmnliful that thero  I.,   ,,,r\,   ���������   ,,.....���������     ..     ,-r.,,   t|,,,|     .   (rl. ���������'   It l������,^..������  threts monthii uro a terrlhlo Itrlilnif, com-  wemW u,. i;,j ii-i,,j. i K..���������,i uni in,.,, ,���������!������.i,ii  It, It ifrndually irrtw worie and roverrd u  lurfrn portion of my body. Thero wuh ftluo  a iUi'.hi ������-iu|.lien nl the i.kln, t,ott of n ruii.  1 niiffsrid crratly with the Itrhlntf nnd at  jiliiht time I hud little bleep. I tried ofif-or  two Ttnirrti.^ wlilrlt tlt.l no rood, and then  1 tried < iitmiia bfnip, Uim mini, unit lle-  iclvrnt. In about tin days I was completely  euted,"  for man* than n irfhorutlon the Ciiilrurft  JtniKtllffi liavn riffortleij tim ipntlli'M mid  m������ft cronomlral tn-atrnont for Itrhlni;, bum-  Ut, truly and Mretllna *ldu and it'll.* Iiu-  ?iiorn, of jrouiiij anil old. Hold hy druffCirts  1.1..*. tl.-.il-:.t i- v i!,",,!.(������������������,.., V;t l Ut.������ul -.un-11-1  ������f cnUrur* Motp and Ointment, with .'l.'-p.  l.tmU tin the rare of ttiei.l-.ln ami tr< it merit of  1<* fct1uii'.!i:i, ifiil a iiosiiil to U\n I'nitef  Dili* A t'lifrin, Colli,, ������ole prop*,, 61 C'ulUW  l.u-t Ave��������� liouui, U. H, A.  W. N. U. 018  endurable. Soames', confusion too,  would set'Miles Hernesley free, find  he was not sure that he wished Miles  Hernesley to be fiet free, i?ven though  Dorothy���������ah, even though. Dorothy  had written and implored 'Mm to help  her. There was.tho rub. Porothy'e  appealing letter tore*- ut liis heartstrings on the ono hand, whilst o'n  the other they were tugg'etl hard by  his passion for hor. J3h.t, if hla  transaction with Soames <hi������e came  to Dorothy's ears, she -v/Quld Hover  havo anything moro to do with hini;  of that ho was quite eer-tairt. Therefore It, was moro than ever Imperative  to silonco SoatnoB, nnd Hinder thojt  confession for which the guilty men  Jonged. But again, If 0Oainee con-  fesfled?- and if ho coulrj in any way  malte it appear that he h&il been in-  fltrtimental In bringing obflht tlie confession, Dorothy would iu.o\v tliat her  appeal had taken offoot, atta Dorothy  would never forget her Aatitndo to  him. If ho could contrive that  Soames should confess���������phd oscflpo  Justice? if n trial coma ho avoided,  with all tho examination and cross-  examination that must drjiK every fnct  beforo tho public; if, wJityi Souines  had eased his soul by coftefiHlon, ho  Oliver, could get, him uwa/^-why thon  ho would havo acted npc-n Porothy's  appeal and yet���������  You see I'm a broken man, Soainos'  tromulouB acconts cut sh^M tho line  of thought. 1 no more "Meruit to bo  a nnirdoror than you nioaJi to ho one.  Dynecourt started. Tlu\V oltcn lio  hud committed murdor |n his lionrt.  by wishing Miles HcrnoaifV dead and  out of IiIh way! Hut i Killed him���������  you'd bettor let ino write it all down  now, I'm not mad i\nf more, j  klllc-d Iiliii nnd nobody el-n. ought to  fiiiffi'i' for what I did. I nhan't, got  that money now. UyiutMurl--you'll  pet it right enough who.l yoti marry  l.tuly llorncHloy. Uuti Hfuui't jiavo  my Hluiro. It, was tlu. inonoy Hint  mndo a criminal of mo; If I hadn't  wjuiled Unit iiivurw'd inoiHiy I Hhould  novor have wanted Tritto11 out of the  way.  Il|f4 wr-nry Voice rainbl'-d on iiitui-  otonoiiHly, hnt tho ring of sincerity in  his iiccontK told Dyiii-ooiM'l Unit, tit  lnn������t for onoo In IiIh llfo, tlih nsttite  lawyer was no longer HpoiihluK with  Iho Intention to decflve. D" wiir  tclllug the truth, Iho wiu.K* truth, rtutl  notlitug hut. tho truth.  Llfo hns been Inlolnri'hb* hIihio���������  wni;i������ tlio day I nut lilm Hi the jano,  111'.- i.lulf, i,liiiii,l;ili,,tio  in,,.'1.' uUii.'Uii.'wi,  Iwould idlher glvo myfijf up now  and have- dono with it Mian no on  enduring Hindi horrors, U������ Hbfvor-  cd. Can't you lake mo lei tfy polico  Htutlon rlt-.ht away, ami hi nn- itlve  inyr-r'it ujit  (To ho C(inllnii<*d)  Virginia -WV11, he i-ceil"J lo br. iihle  to iiialie au liout'st living,  Cynlhlfi���������Ves, but licAvftiit! who  wniifs to mnrry a man or that kind  noawdnyn?  bottle. Sold by all nruuulsts.  Take llaim Famllj- Pllb for eotistlv.tlon  A Demon Bowler  For-many years Brown nnd Baggs,  had been cricketers, and each thought  ho was a better player than, bis friend.  At last Brown challenged Baggs to  meet him in a single-Wicket match  imd the ivageivwas accepted.  Brown batted first, and made nineteen runs. Then Baggs took his stand  against Brown's bowling. Brown's  bowling was so erratic that it'was  impossible for anyo.ne to piny. it.Half  an : hour .tassed, then an hour, and  Baggs had not scored. At last the'  batsman Hung down his bat in, disgust.  I'm going home to tea, ho growled.  Go on bowling, ,and if you hit the wicket I'm out. .-���������"������������������.���������  When Baggs returned from tea he  found the .stumps -drawn, and the  friend they had appointed as umpire  waiting patiently for him.  You've won,.he said.  ���������'--.yy_ __  What -UTyou mean?" ^Thaven't saill-  Baggs. ..'-'' .  Yes, you have, repeated the umpire.  Brown-bowled thirty .wjiles. You've  won by eleven runs.  Blockina Traffic  There were times when McFee gloried in the fact that he was the father  of, nine children, even if they were  on the lines of the proverbial human  stepladder, but on the day whon he  was taking them out for a walk he  felt chargrined.  Ho was walking along at a fairly  good gait when he was halted by a  policeman, who nsked:  1 say, you, what you been doin'?  Nothing, rej'llod    McFoo. '   , Why-  Well what's the   crowd   following  you for?  A Pill That is Prized.���������There have  boon many pills put upon the market  and' prossed upon jmblic attention,  hnt none has endured so long or met  with so much favor' as Parmeloss's  .Vegetable Pills. Widespread uso of  thorn lino attested thoir great, value,  and they need no further advertisement than this. Having llrmly established thomsclves in public esteem  they now rank wll bout n jioor In the  llBt of standard vegetable preparations.  Natural Query  The Old-TJmer���������Yos, sir, we had two  lco crops this win tor,,  The Newcomer lo the Country���������  Tliat Bpenlcl pretty well for this section. I'm glad wo moved out horo.  What kind of water did you plnnt?  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  mma-aammm**mmammmmmm*m*mw*m*mm  First Club Muii'-Poor old .Tones  was terribly mean.  Hoeond ditto���������Menu! Why they ray  that when ho know ho couldn't recover, lie tried to walk lo the cemetery to die,'to save lilsjieli'ii the ox-  pidiHo of earl Ing lilm there,  Bill wan Game  "Bill hnd been attending n bniKiuet.  of hlrt loige. If wiih early when he  got. home���������very enrly���������along uliatit  C.llO n.iii. H������* didn't know how In  thunder he i-ouUl explain II to Mra.  Bill. flo he took off hln nhoe.1 and  tlploed vory carofully.  But Mm. lllll heard lilm. Wluil  Unie did you gel. homo last nighIV she  linked iilertjilly. About twelve lie  answered hurriedly.  Whut are you gelling up no early  t- ,.i ., .t,. ,i  m ...',-   Tim  TIIH wai* till In for nWp, but he  in-one to tho disunion. My tooth itt  itching like fury nml I'm going over  to.the drug I'tore lo K<*t i*ntsn������*!ii<n->  for It, ho paid, pittUiig on hln fllioen  tvgnln.  A Bad Slip  The -barber (unaware that hr- has  tho honor of attending Professor Van  Blinkbottle, the world-famous violinist)���������Really, sir, you ought to have  just a Utile more off, or people.' will  take you for one of Ihom llddlers.  A Leader's Responsibility  If you want to realize your importance, says Robert Burdett, just put  your linger in a bowl of water, take  it out and look at the hole, It is  said, there is very little difference between ono man and anothor, but that  little is very important.  A man Is Bald-to stand on a little,  pedestal of his own who makes the  most"of what is given lilm. A man  who stands on a pedestal is looked tip  to���������Is a leader, A loader In one to  whom some one looks for guidance.  Wheu the guidance Is wrong somo ono  suffers: Whon the guidance Is right  somo one -Is-mado happier���������hence a  leader's responsibility.  . The weight, of a loader's responsibility is not. d'lltermined by the prom-  ihenoo of his leadership. It Is of little concern to him whether ho ho a  gnldo block to receive ropes or a driving wheel to a great engine. Tho important Ih this, is ho In his own placo  doing his own work, lining his own  sphere, and holding his own post In  tho,battle of lire? It la of llfe'8 certainties���������-Uio absolute dopendonco ono  upon another.  What, would he the force of value of  a great locomotive bul for the tiro that  burns unnollced beneath Iho holler?  What, would he the spood of,the great  ocean liner but for fho stokers who  keep up tho steam pressure? Tho  full realisation uf dependence and (lie  keen coiihcIouhiiuhh of tho power of  example are elements that are always  present when anything Important Is  n eh lev i-d.  That Wna All  A Wostorii farmer, a Dane, applied  for uatiirallnallon papers, The Judge  asked him: Are you wit lulled with  tho genera! conditions of tho country'.'  Yob, drawled the Dane.  Doctt the Government suit yon?  <iueiled the judge.  Yiib, yau,.only 1 would like to see  more rain, replied tho farmer,  More About  The Loading Platform  The present fi.eaortf.loa of Western fanner** will never know th������  difficulties and vxsitkns experienced by their predecessors in tht  earlier yeara when no ono could get a carload of grain shipped la  bulk except Ly lo.ttting tt through an elevator. The Bystem forced  the majority of farmers to sell their grato to tho slovator owners  'at arbitrary irlc-s, .ind oft times to submit to heavy dockage nnd  other annoyance**, causing continual dlssetinfactlon. Now however  the distribution"o! .urs as fixed by the Grain Act, and the use of the  loading platform, provide facilities whloh enable tho farmer to eecuro  satisfactory '<roal.vr.tnt in the disposal of his grain, and tho hlgheat  market prices at time of sale. Every farmer therefore, Bhould mora  and moro endeavor to uso the loading phtform ln shipping his grain  to the terminal elevators." it is the safeguard of tho farmers' freedom Jh dlspoalng of bis grain to the beat advantage for himself;'" If  farmers'-refrain from using tho loading platform freely, It might result In Its being dene away-with', ocean** railway companies and  elevator owairs ara strongly opposed to it. It Is easy to understand why ���������"���������levator people deslro tho loading 'platform abolished.  The railway >eoplo on their part say li'delays the loading of cars  and helps to cauee car shortage. This wo know to bo nonsense.  beoatiRO frequently after ears are loaded whether with grain, coal  lumber or other merchandise, they are sidetracke'.for days and even  weeks Instead of being pronvotly moved forward to destination. It  ts engine shortage and shortage of competent train.men..that mostly  onuses gram 1 lockadeo on railways and not lack of cars. Let every  farmer th������r<*for.e, &j all ho can to use t.e loading platform and become an !**di:.poiide**t shipper. In subieqnent advertisements w������  will state In detail the savings and other advantages of direct load"  fng Into earn compared with loading through elevators.  We handle the farmers graia strictly on commission, make liberal *'  . advances on car bills of lading, supervise th������ grading at lime cars  are Inspected, socuro the.highest prlcej at tlmo of sale and make  prompt returns when sold.     Write us for shipping Instructions and  mnrket information.  Thompson Sons & Company  GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS  701-703 Y.   CHAIN   EXCHANGE.  WINNIPEG, CANADA^  THE   MINERAL  SPRINGS   SANITARIUM  PHONE ST. JOHN 1924, WINNIPEG, . ELMWOOD,  We ate hnving the greatest mccew in tiealma the following diseases: --Rbtunuttta, Sciatica, Nerrani  Troubles, Stomach, Kiiaey, Liver Compltlntt, Skio Diieatta, CoaitipatioD.  .Ssad.P9������t-Car4.|������r-P.'eai-ec!EJ,-  DR.   A.   D.   CARSCALLEN,  Superintendent.  Meddlesome People  Mules are about the most worthy  animals I know anything about, They  work-hard, and live on half that a  horso requires. I never knew a  mule to kick anyone, or run away,  yet no ono ever looks at a mule without saying, 'Whoa there!'  "^���������mmmm**mmm*mm*mm*^^mmmm*>mmmam ^  What He Would Say  His   III verence���������What   have   you  dono with the pig you stole from Widow nya*n? ,        . ���������  Murphy���������Killed it an' ate it, yer  rlvorenco. , ���������    '"      ,  Ills Rlveronce--Ah, Murphy, whatever will you be able to say when you  aro brought fnco to face with Widow  Uyiin and tho pig.on Judgment Day?  Muhpry���������Oh, I'll just say: Why,  Mrs. Ityan, Ihero'fl your pig.���������The  Sketch.  Castor oil la said to bo tho heat  medicino there in. Curiously enough  It Is the worst lo take.  Nutf" Said  And you like chicken, Sam?  Gee! Ah certainly doos, boss.  And you got 'em once in a while?  Oh. sure, boss;-   Ah gots 'em.  How do you get "em gam?  Well, boss, you know,dat ol' sayla'  Lovo will find de wayr  )    Not Now  Who's    the   rummy   you've   just  brought In? inquired tho polico sergeant.    ���������-.;.**  Ilo says he's a congressman, responded tho patrolmau,  What district?  I asked 'lm tlmt an' ho, said ho was  a congressman at large.'  Well, ho isn't! snapped tho Bergoant.  Look him upl ������������������������������������-..���������  A now play Ib entitled: Thou Shalt  Not. The sentiment Is not usually  expressed so elegantly. Don't do  that* Isamoro common way of flaying the samo thing.  EMPIRE  |CATS PAW  HEELS  There nover won :i md'* (���������<> i'lilpjih  (leant that ho t-ould not 1'V nnnnying, I  Ther" l������ tm nndltor In <Aver.v ni'<ri'H'  life to <rci|UoMl> elitik h-hi tin. '  Troad softly -    {$:$  SfepSAfely. *'"'***  aTlS PAW RUBBER SOLES  f*l>odj( the (Mfeitad fewslurc*  of CaHs Paw Heels.    m  ,,   lie was very affable and free with  i .        . !..!.- .--,    ...im.   .Mm  .'.\i.r>rv  n*-"ltl    Xi-tl  thnt won nbout all ho'wna free with.  To Iho man who had carried IiIh not  titih'-nvy hag to tho Ituio countiyHide  ttntlon he had glv<>n one whol<> nlitk<>l.  NotwiihKiiiiidliig the forlorn look on  the mun'H face, ho still continued to  ,.!..,������   I..   ..ti   f.'.oi'   mntiTlM'  I shrill nover forgi-t, ho eunllnued,  the Hplev.dor of the scenery when I  v.hh In Hwlf/.t rhind, It wn������ an ed-  tteuthn to vco the huh rl������e, tipping  thcs liiii-i with gold���������  Ah. Inlerrupted lhe man who had  toiled with hln bag.' Them 'Ills wnp,  liu-kler iban mo, wi-rnu'i ihey}  If  U  were  ;,or  for  junt. one  lit lie  thing, 1 otCe hoard an inventor ������ay, I  woitlil have the crf-atest Invention In  thn world.     That onn little thing \9  the trouble In every man'i lif*.       ������  G������nt\er*.  What Uie Chief Gunner Says:  JLAkCLU   *���������������.%>   IV������*U   WWW*  sions when a gunner  feels perfectly happy,  ���������oue is when his shot hits  the target and the other is  when he can enjoy a chew of Empire  Navy Plug Chewing Tobacco."  5  33SB  ���������n  .j  11  I  I'I THE "NT5W5?. CTT\TT}Ta?T,.A>rn. *B. Q  Tliat when you put a.  salve onto your child's skin,  it passes through the pores,  and enters the blood!. Just  as surely as if you put it  into the child's stomach ?  You would not put *  coarse mass of animal fat,  colored by various mineral  poisons (such as many  crude salves are) into your  child's blood by way of the  ttomach ? Then why ' do  so by way of the pores?  Take no rltk. Ute alwayi the  pure herb*! eucexts provided In  Zam-Buk. Z^tn-Bulc contains  no (race of any animal oil or fat,  and'do poisonous mliwralColoring matter* From start to finish  It is purely hcrbitl.  It will heal sores, ulctrs, tfeiccf  sen, eruption*, varicose ulcers,  cuts, burns and bruises mere  quickly than any othsr known  preparation, It Is actkeptic,  quickly stops ths .marline of a  sore or cut, cures pil*s, inflamed,  sorei and bloodeotsonin^ H is a  combination of healing poweraad  scieatttlc purity. Ask those -who  hive proved It. '���������  ���������f  All irtigpiiti anil itortt COt be* ar  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,-far price."  George S. Lyon,,  Oea. S. Lyon of Toronto, tho now  Canadian golf champion, has had a  remarkable career In the world of  sport, having won high renown in  cricket as well as in golfing circles,  a feat which is seldom accomplished,  for tho stylo of swing,required for  success with the bat is- sbldom con-  duclvo to proficiency with the club.  On six previous occasions Jjyon has  been amateur champion of'Canada--  in 1898, 15)00, 1903, 1005, 190G and'  1907. As tho winner of the championship three years In succession,  Lyon won outright the Aberdeen  trophy. In 190-1 and again In 1910  he was runner up for tho amateur  championship, being nlso runner up  for the open championship In tho latter year. Jn 1904, Lyon was the  Olympic champion at St. Louis; He  has had considerable success, too, ln  tho English amateur championship,  lie got as far as the fourth round In  tho competition at Prestwlck, In 1905,  when lie was knocked out on tho last  green by tho late Geoygo Wlllrlo. In  tho 1908 championship at Sandwich  ho completed live rounds-tit-tho.'.competition.  Lyon's crlckotlng featfj, also, aro no  loss remarkable. He holds tho Canadian batting record, with tho .huge,  score of 238, not out���������a feat accomplished.17 years ago, and,never equalled. Ilo was captain of the Canadian team which opposed Lord Hawko's  XI, and also led the .national combination which met the United States.  The voteran athlete has also numerous other International honors to his  credit.  It Is seventeen years slnco the  champion commenced golf, and his  style is still typical of that engender-  od by fho old gutta-percha .<"<all of  those days. Mr. Lyon was born in  Richmond, Ontario, in 1858, and was  educated at the local grammar school  there.''' ���������''':     ���������- ' - :..'  Tongue Twisters  Now that they are talking of having  a department for stammerers under  the management of tho Board of Education, eomo,, poople are wondering  what will he taken as the limit which  shall mark a stammerer from a person  who hasjonly an occasional stutter on  certain words. ���������  If anything of the kind Is done it  Is probable that soma learned doctors  will devise a system of tests for the  powers of speech, Just as they do now  for the powers of sight. Somo day  wo may seo children asked to stand  upland repeat something like this:-���������  Slie sells sea-shella on the aeashore;  The shells she sells are sea shells,  I'm sure. .    ,  So If she sells-sea shells on the  seashore,  Then "I'm sure she sells seashoro  shells.  Hero, Is another one that should  prove an oxcollent test of a   smooth-  running tongue:  Kimbo Komblo kicked his kinsman's  " koltle,  Did Klmbo Kemhle kick his kinsman's  kettle?'  It'KImbo Kimble kicked his kinsman's  kottlo     . '   - - ��������� .  Where's the   kinsman's   kettle   that  Klmbo Komblo kicked?  Simple and Sure.���������Dr. Thomas'  Electric Oil la so'slmple in application  that a child can understand tho Instructions. Used as a liniment tho  only direction ia to rub, and when  used as a dressing to apply. The  directions are so plain and unmistakable that they are readily understood by young or old."  Where Ignorance la Bllsa    .  A student .of the works of English  novelists has declared that Scotland  is still an unknown land to most of  the>m.< They make" a mess of it when  they attempt the dialect or introduce  allusions (social, topical, "general)  about what thoy are still pleased to  term the. land o' cakes,     ��������� ���������'.  ,.  One, for oxamplo represented a  character as singing a Jacobite song  and accompanying himself on tho bagpipes. Another introduced an organ  (always called, of course, a klst 6'  whistles) Into a Free Kirk within ten  years of the Disruption of 1843, whilst  a third required several hours to transport his hero from Edinburgh to Loith.  Rather Thin ��������� ���������'"������������������'���������'.  Two men, one of them very short,  were passing through a station toward the train.gates, when the bigger  'one Was heard to say:  I've took a half ticket for ye, George,  yer so littlo ye'll pass all right ;  : But. protested George, how about  my beard?    And ho twiddled his thin  beard nervously.1  Oh, rejoined the other, tell 'em-It's  a mole. ���������-������������������'  SCIATICA AND  LUMBAGO  CANADA TO ENGLAND  Sl-oitat route to London nnd continent on 12,000  Ton I'loating Pa!������ce������.  Next Sailings from Montreal  "ROYAL GEORGE" Oct. 16th, Nov. I3th  "ROYAL EDWARD" Oct, 30ili  Xmas Sailings���������From Halifax  "ROYAL EDWARD" Nov. 27th  "ROYAL GEORGE" D������:'lltli  Fiu-lHor -Information from any mil  or menmulil]) agent, or write.  A. H. DAVIS, Gen. Agent.  272 Main Street. . .''..Winnipeg  EDUCATION PAYS  Look about you and see how trained  brains win better salaries than trained muscles. Wo train young raou  nnd womon to uso tholr brains In business. They succeed. Why not  you? Wo Invito you to write for a  copy or our curriculum If you want a  good training for a business ofllco or  Wish to beccrme a competent {olograph  operator. Wrlto W. II. Shaw, President, Shaw's Schools, Toronto, Cau.  ndn.  SUFFERED    FOR      TWENTY-FIVE  YEARS AND COULD GET NO  RELIEF  . What Education May Do  Abraham Lincoln walking ' fifteen  miles across country to -borrow a  volume of the statutes of Illinois and  then reading it by the light of pine  knots is a striking contrast to the  conditions that exist iri this, era of  public schools, public libraries and'lec-  ture courses. The road to education  is an easy ono today. There is little excuse for tho ono who neglects  it.  The most obstinate corns and warts  fall to resist Ilolloway's Corn Curo.  Try It.  Nostalgia  Mr. Farraway���������Woro you homesick  whllo you were abroad?  Miss Hoejiobroad���������Only while going  over and, coining back. Then 1 was  awfully homesick for tho land.  Strike 'Situation More Favorable  Tho nopniimont of Labor's record  shows tho Inlluoneo of labor dlsptitoa  upon Industrial conditions during August to have been not so serious as during July, fewer disputes being recorded as In existence. Au Improvement  too, over July conditions Is seen In  the fact thnt ot the sovontoon ills-  put oh which commenced during August a doflnlto termination occurred In  tho cane or eleven. -Transportation  ln different sections wns considerably  Interfered with hy strikes; theso wore,  however, of short duration In most  canon uud conditions woro generally  normal towards the end of tho month.  About 0,000 employees woro Involved  ln trad) disputes during August.  Now Tells of the Wonderful Results  Obtained by the Use of  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  Sciatica, neuralgia and sciatic rheumatism are tho result-of a rundown  nervous system. For this reason  all treatments must nocessarlly fall  which do not build up the nervous  system.  Mr. Collins suffered for twouty-flvo  years and never was ablo to obtain  satisfactory treatment until ho began  the uso of Dr. Chaso's Norvo Food  and Kldnoy-Llver Pills. While tho  Norvo Food forms now blood and re-  stores tho exhausted nervous system,  tho Kidney-Liver Pills invlgor.tto the  action of kidneys, Uvor and bowels.  .Ur. W. T. Collins, Morpoth, Ont,,  writes: "It affords hie pleasuro to  bo ablo to speak favorably of two of  Dr. Chases' uio'llctnet*���������the Nerve  Food and Kldnoy-Llver pills. I had  boon a sufferer for twonty-llvo yonrs  from sciatica, lumbago and nournlgla  and tried.almost all the medicines I  could hoar of, without ono particle of  bonoflt, until I commenced to uso Dr.  Chase's. I notloed an Improvement  boforo I hail used two boxes, and tlio  benefits obtalnotl by continued uso  havo boon wonderful. I havo bo  much confidence In thoso- two medicines that I havo roconimonded thorn  to dozons of my friends, and I havo  yot to hoar of a slnglo case In which  they failed to glvo satisfaction,  Dr. Chase's medicines nro for solo  hy all doalors, or '"dmnnson, Bates &  Co., Llniltod, Toronto.  i,,- 1ir,l-!)''T,o!r.'..&-.���������.-.'  I . ,.,,  myjr_f__\ _m w^i fl ^i  RMM 4 %% H to li JL. H amW  mi^^m^^mm������\.)  Wanted���������Flat for manufacturer,  about 10 feet loug and 40 feet wide.  "~Ap"fa,lm"enls'^v������nt'eia_''���������"Bed-Slttlng  room wanted by gentleman with folding doors.  Room wanj^pd by a student with  light and heat.   ,, , *     ���������  Rooms wanted (3) by young couplo  with both kinds of gas.  Wanted���������Good milch cow by an elderly lady with short horns.  In an English paper thoro appeared  under tho heading, "Startling News,"  tho following: Corns cured after suffering twenty-ono years with Corn  Cure.  THE STANDARD  ARTICLE- SOLD  EVERYWHERE  prima  I llt|l>ll|'_������_|jl It ���������li"ill'-.W  |���������,|>������ r  softeninft water;  ats'i'ntelll'lil'"  sinks, do set a,  drains land for  Hlili|iil|iiii[lliiiillli'1|II.IIHii>IIH!illl|ll|i||i|ii|ii|ll  banj;|Mliet||punMW���������S  llHllllllllin></ll!lllllllllll||||||||l.!Il!l|||<||||||i!||i!i|  im  ���������miMm  E.W.GILLETT  COMPANY  LIMITED  TORONTO.ONT  MeftWMM  READ Ml.   Mc  -Lcu'a lettar.  Gee I.f aae-hall twt-  ItlaolKudkll'iiSptTlv  Cute taraad him (SO,  The ���������!"������������ halt ollbt  bottla m������y  ������ra lilts  tic. more,   Maay rum-  mako  &  fcujfnaM   at  .buylae lame liors������3 ami  curing; th*:a up with Kea.  dt.U'3.  T lien they sell ������t  ��������� ble profit,  KowtboatVt>-"*ix������Mf  WtyuotectabMUt ol  Kenda  Carterhall, Nfld.  Mlnard's Liniment Co;, Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������Whilo In the country  last summer I was badly bitten by  mosquitoes, so badly that I thought  I would be dlsllgurod for a couplo of  weoks. I was advised'-to try your  Llnlmont to allay tho Irritation, and  did so. The effect was "moro than I  expected, a few applications completely curing tho irritation, and preventing tho bites from becoming sore.  MINAltlVS LINIMENT ts..'alsu a good  nrtlclo to keep off tho mosquitoes,  Yours truly,  w.A.v.rt.  7  I     Spavin Cure  anil be re'dy to cute cues ot Curb, Spavin, St>H������t_  Kla^bone,   Bony. GrowiHs or _^^^  or    other   causes!      Then- ^^  sands ef ether Firmer! are da.  lost It���������have been dvln( It IV>r  over SS years. It'* the old,  safe, remedy you cut depend  c>. Gel a bottle at once anil J  ne how much It will ������re or  lathe [or yon.   tit *ruq  Amusing Ads  Like the funny answers given by the  school child, wjilch have become  known as howle"s, the advertisements  in dally papers are often ex:.-eir.e'y  though unintenti ma'ly funnv. In tho^o  fidvertlsoments tho meaning is uaual-  ly clear, tut the construction ha3 given a funny turn t*) the idea expressed  A clothing house advortldodi^Blue  men's striped-shirts at .39 cents.  The Want advertisement column appears the richest field of fun as Is  shown by tho following advertiso-  menta, many, of which appeared In  Canadian papers:  Wanted���������A waitress to sleep at  home; no Sunday work,  Wanted���������An experienced man to  run a saw mill out of town.  A.young lady wishes her passage  to Europe. Willing to tako cara of  children and a good sailor.  Wanted, for-��������� Mothodlst church,  an organist, and boy to blow the  same. ��������� -, .  Wanted for Alberta, a man to tako  caro of horses Who ..can speak GeV  man ...".-  Wanted���������Women to sow buttons on  tho top flat.of tho ������������������ building.  Wanted, a dog by a young man  with pointed oars.  Wanted���������Experienced nurse for.  hottlod baby.  Wanted���������A hoy to be inside and  partly outside tho store.  Said the man In the aisle to tho man  sitting down; You ought to stand up  and glvo that Boat to me. I am  the tlredest man In.Amerlca. I have  just taken part ln a 60-mlle motor-  paced bicycle race, .  Said tho man In the seat to the man  In the aisle: You have nothing on me  ln the lino of exhaustion. Maybe  you.rode the race, but I sat and watched it.  At a recent birthday party a young  lady began a song:  The autumn days haro come; ten  thousand leaves are falling,  Sho began, too high. Ten thou-  sand���������she screamed and then stopped,  Start hor at Ave thousand ,cried an  auctioneer wlio was present.   ,  She (flattering with eyes and voice)  ���������Arthur dear, *I And wo, will need a  few things to make our littlo household moro serviceable.  He���������Well, what Is it now?  She���������Well, for Instance, we need a  now: hat,for met  He Forgot  My dear, would you have tlmo to  sow a button on for ma before you  go?   ��������� . .. ���������  I've told you before, Alfred, Jane  will do It for you. Please remember  you married a typewriter, not a sowing machine,  lift  .'^mMO^CmT:::  '.ii. ^-Yfc������S*K������*-'WJ&:5-���������-'--.���������������������������'.������������������"������?  |To Make $100 Per Month.  .    Above Expenses  About 2000 Mensf- ^"^Rfil  Ka-wlolsrh'a Modlcimij, E-ttvact3. Spices. Soaps, [  Toilet Articled, Stock ami Toultry Preparations, Poliahes, Etc; Our Company, Imlcpen-  dont. Competitive, Pi-ogreo-ilvo. Gra������tostB������y-  Iruf, Maniifucturliur, Distributlnff and Seltinir  Oriranlrntlon in North America, make? largest  and tnostcomplate line, all sold direct to farm-  era. Jjlstabllwiwi 18 years. Capital and Resources over $2,000,000. Canadian salesmen  supplied from our bisr new factory at Wlnnlpesr  ���������no duty or long haul .freight to pay. Quick  Borvleo. Total floor epaca ln factories anrl  warehousca ovrerlO acres.  U/a Untu Went ''H*iii������������ ln������������fhanoccnpWlftt������l-  WO NOW nHIH.tr.ttt������*i������>Jullcli������rt.W������II������l������llT.  oiloi to (armiiri ������n4 fctliorj from ft w������������on ilntllar f> Irtol  otia baloTYjIa ihort. n nun nil. to Ul������ full cliarroof[  ov������r)"lhlnj: portalrili'i to onr hiuln^si lultli diitrict. ^ot  ���������������erjr Wm i������n I'll ll.U pmlilnn not c������a w������ uttord t������ fon-  truel with ont who It tw qUrjvojm' or too ol.l or t"o  jr>>unj. w. want lo lifor frenv mon who h������r������ bc������n f������lrly  lUv-cc.itiil-hoiiBit. Inil'.utrlouj ut.a wlio will bt.wttifiaa  Iv mul. uot Uu Un3  $100 Per Month Clear Profit  abort tigitniM tht flrtt for, $1000 tht itcsnl ftu,  and $2400 ilia thin* ym,  It yott art fairly vr������ll acqiulntft In 7������ur localllr and  tliiiik you ua till Hit ponlllon, loiono Hint la wrlllnir lit  (orpartluultrfat wt art now rapidly lllllnj all M<"ant  tirrltovy, Woilunotwanttolitarfrvm mta under 21 or  ovor.lOytaraof n;t. Toittthtipoilllon a man mutt lio  ntilo to turnl.il 1 or 2 liorsn to romtuct tht builnoii, alio  gcioit Ijuittieot inrn ai rofercnooi. It you cannot intot  tlttmrtqulraintiittdonotwrltt; If you nn mttt tl.oni,  wi Uo Ua; you art tho man wt art Itoklnr for. Tho petition  pay* big, li honorable and porutantnfc.  TlhJ W.T. RawlelQh Medical Company  IMpORTtna ���������CHIMItTS .MAMUrACTUAtHB  1f Ctusntll St.,   WINNIPEQ,  RAW   PIIP   vaion   li   rapidly   approaching.  Iln"    * WIV   Hava   j-ou   dedJtd    whero   lo  Toronto it the chief Fur manufaclutinij centre of Canada.   Do buiinett dired and set tho lull valua for your  rnarlccl your collection!.  To:       *'���������   ada.  ekint.  Prompt ca������h foi your coniljnmenli, htjo onmall.  \Vnt������ now for our trade newsletter to ba utued loon.-  Addres. WACNER, BRASIER & CO., Dtpl.C.  8$ Frost St., Eut, Ttronlo, Ontario  '������������������-...' Optimism  An optimist is'a.man who expects  his     underclothes   to   1>9   properly  equipped with buttons when they come  hack from tho-lauiidry.  Escaped  Scorcher (to country artist' engaged  In painting a landscape)���������Rather rum  copy, ain't it? I expected to Had  some artists here. I started to come  yesterday, but I brolco my chain.  The ArtLst (not ln a very pleasant  mood)���������Oh, Indeed, and have you bitten anyone"yot?  60c a box er ilx boxes for $2.50,  a*, nil ffMlcTj, or Ths ririrlrlfi Mrvli-  j cine Company, Limited, Toronto,  ' Canada,  W. N. U. 01B  To Bar Suffragette*  Tho Intimation of tho Englluu mit������  fmgettoB tliat thoy mny como to Can-  nda nniMnauBtimto horo prnotlcos bIiii-  llm* to thoso thnt in iho Old Country  havo annoyed tholr opponent.* without  furtliorlnrc thoir own enuno, has evidently led our Fcdorn! Uovonimont to  consider tlio proposod InvoHlon, judi*;.  lng from tho reports from Ottawa, an-  noiuiclnpf ihat tho Biiffrap-ottofl will he  barred out ns undesirables.'  Tho Immigration laws an well na tho  public domain, fall within tho Jurisdiction of tho Depart mont of tho Interior, and It, therefore will ho tho  ollloei'H ot thia DopnrLmont who will  huvo to Bland on tho Whiirvoa of our  Atlantic ports arid nlonij our southern  r......11... ...,1  i......  i -i.i   i\....  ...im    i  rtilvnentf*'* nf "vntoH for worn on,"  Possibly a auffraRotlo with a record  ���������ono who has rondorod tho ciuiho dis-  tlnguiahcd service by Bin.ishln?. windows or nttomptliiK nrHon, who hns  boon In courts nnd possibly In prison  ,;,,.���������_      V-1,A    1,,wt     ;���������,ff.i,.,.,,t     ..,A..t,...1.,..,     ���������_,..-  rcftiuiiiK to ntit���������posHlbly Hiieh a person might ho hold to como within tho  moaning of. tho term 'undesirable,' but  beforo being nbriolulely corttiln upon  thnt point It would be well to wnlt  nnd hear what tho courts havo to  say nbout ft, for It Is more than likely  thut, if an attempt ,1s made lo deport  a Biiffrngolto on tliU tjround, the ciibo  will I'.ft inlo Hits uourlii bci'ure it Ih  disponed of; nnd many of these acts  of 1'nrllnmt-nl are so F^verely hnndlcd  by the courts that thoy searci-ly know  U'cmselvci v.'hcn the match Iu con-  eluded.  The i*jman Yardstick  Golly, hut l's Urodl  oxclnlmod a  tall and. thin nogro, mooting a short  and    stout   friend   ou   Waehlngton  street,  What you boon doing' lo got tired?  demanded tho othor.  Woll, explained tho thin ono, drawing a doop breath, ovor to Brother  Smith's doy aro measuring do houso  for somo nwv carpets, Doy haven't  got no yawdstlcknnd I'a juat oxnetly  nix foot tall. So to oblige Hrothor  Binltb, l's boon a layln* down and a-  Bottlu* up all ovor dclr houso,  HARD   TO BEE  Even When the Fact������ are Plain  It Is ciirloiiB how pooplo will refuse  to believe what ono can elonrly ooo.  Tell tho avorago man or womnn  that the nlow but cuniulntlvo poisonous effect of caffol.io---tho alkaloid In  tea nnd (toffoo���������toiids to weakon tlio  heart, upset tho norvous Hyslem nnd  cnuso Indigestion, nnd thoy may hugh  at you If thoy don't know tho facts,  Prove it by solonco or by practical  di)i|ioiiHtriitlon In tho recovery of tea  and coffeo drinkers from tho abovo con.  dltlons. and a largo por cont of tho  human family will shrug their shoul-  dors, tako somo drugs and���������Icoep on  drinking tea or coffee.  "CofCoo nover ngrocd with mo nor  with sovoral nieuibora of our house.  Uum, -.���������riivii a limy, jc fiioivatofl,  i^jM-f^ir-r! nml cn^.tp.*. j. frt-ij.-j/; ut  languor nnd ImnvlnesA. It was only  by leaving off oolfco and using Post-  um that wo iHb-oimu-od fhu caiue and  wuy out of thoso IIIh.  ^ "Tho only reason, I nm sure, why  . \Jai.ut.i   m   it-it.   llnvti   iviiO^Mliiff  Vll  lllft  exclusion of ordinary coffeo In, many  persons do not know and do not, scorn  willing to learn the fuels and how  lo prepare thia nutrltho bovenigo,  There's only ono wuy���������according to  ������l!reotlnnfl���������boll It fully U minutes.  Then II. Is dellelotw." N'jinirt plron  by {'aniidlan Postum Co., VVImiHor,  Ont. Hend tho little book, "The  Hoad to Wellvllle," in pltgii. "I'hero'tt  a reiinon."  Ever read  the  above   letter?      A  new one appears from time to time.  They aro oenulne, trm and full of  j ht-man Intereit.  Tho Lap* of the Mona Lisa  The following from tho Paris correspondent of "Truth" throws an Interesting light on tho scandal of, tho  Louvre���������the loss of Mona Lisa.  I think I havo at last learned tho  truth as to; the,fate of tho Gloncondo.  It Is .molanchol',' .news: 'lasclato ogni  ijperanza.' Wo shall nover again soe  Leonardo da Vinci's famous picture.  Ono might wish it had beon stolen for  thon thoro would havo boon lyjpo 'for  its reappearance Tho fact Is, I  learn, .that it nover left tho Louvre;  it perished thero, A photographor'a  cmployeo, wlBhlng to;avorfgo himsolf  on tho world at.largo for what he  thought his wrongful dismissal, im-  aglnod a pleco of sabotage worthy of  a twontloth century Horostratos; ho  spread tho contents of n phial of oul-  phurlc acid over tho portrait of Mona  Lisa, ���������  Prom anotVor sourco I havo hoard  furlhor parllculars, I do not vouch  for tho in with tho samo certainty but  regard thorn, nevertheless, as highly  probablo, Tho vitriol outrage on tho  Oioconda was conimlttod a yoar or  two beforo the world learnt of tho  theft. Tho plctui'o supposod to havo  beon stolen was, In fact, a copy, A3  long as thoro was any hopo of restoring tho original tho substitute wau  loft In tho familiar frame undor a  glass pane, This piece of plato glass  was Inserted a yoar or two boforo tho  theft, Whon all hopos of restoring  tho original woro given up, and when  cortaln vrHHors woro .beginning to  whlspor their doubts about tho picture undor tho gluzml frame tho sub'  Htlluto was takon out and vory likely  thrown Into tho llro, Posylbly tho  original panel, a worthlosHpIono of  wood, met tho samo futo,  This Engine Will Prove  A Good Servant to You  In this "Gas Power Age" tho EATON Ghsollno Engine stands out  as a leading example of simplicity and excellence,  There la scarcely ft limit to.tho ways In which a gasoline engine  can holp you around the farm, and you will And it hard,to locate an  engine sold at nnywhero near the price which will do tho work as  satisfactorily as tho EATON.  , Yipu can "se this Engine to drlvo a, fanning mill and so avoid  elevator dockage, you can do your own chopping; you' can pump  wator all my at a cost of ono gallon of gasoline. It will turn tho  washing machine or tho cream separator, and It Is the very ongino  for a sawing outfit.  According to dispatches from Rd-  monton, contracts for tho material ro-  quired In tho construction of tho  (Jrand Trunk Pacific's new $1,500,000  hotol In that plnco during tho coming  year, will shortly bo awarded by Mr,  Ed, Wllmnnn of tho Canadian 0tow-  art do,, of Montreal who Imp secured  tenders from n numbor of local firms,  Tendors from firms Jn Winnipeg nnd  Toronto have also to bo considered  WxuavnUoii is oxpectod to be com-  tiicunm.l wliUlu LUv ii'ti.1 "'iv <Ji*>'������s. 'Iim  specifications call for 12,000 barroln of  cemont, 0,000 yards of sand, 10,000  yards of gravel and J,000,000 bricks.  Tho contracts for mlllwork, plumbing,'  heating and ventilation, roollnrr, fihei-t.  mi-mi worn nun iron work will ;i!������o _  bo awarded lit tho near future.  Tho low-tension Ignition of tho EATON Engine Is the simplest In  1180, Vou need not ho an oloclrlolan to understand tho wiring. Tlio  governor is simple and accurate Hearings aro heavily babbited.  Knglno la hopper cooled, HlmpK/st typo of mixer. Tho time-tested  poppet vulro system Is usod.  Tho EATON ttnglnn ti nhtppod on skldfl all ready to work, Kach  Rnglne Is supplied, with batterloi, spark coll, night fend, oil cup and  compression groaso flips, gaHolIno tank, starting crank, plain bolt  pulley, and ������ supply of cyllndor oil, together with necessiiry tools.  C.t. N������.  97P30O  071*301  A7P802  07P30II  07P301  Iltnt  F������wir  1V4  m\.  4  0  8  K������t. ������tr  Mini.  37R  350  nco  300  300  PRICES  SMcpln  W.l.ll  350  (150  000  1000  1800  Sltl tl Pgllif  Dlim.  4 inn.  10 Ins.  14 Ins.  16 Ins.  18 Ina,  P������(������  4 Ins,  II Inn.  0 Ins.  R Inn,  8 Inn.  Trlfd  45,00  7f).0D  125.00  18.*,. 00  t'l 5.(10  i'u* ������ lu't'i<.t tionciii'tion ui tat bA l ww iiUfioiiiit-Migiue, ,'iiiil monoy-  cnvltif informtiHon on nther V.nrs ot f.-urs. y.n-A ; .���������;-������������������ ma- :,< ,r ]'.<!! .u,,}  Winter t^t.tlogtio, or If a copy hns not venched you, write for one  today,  Aftor a woman has married a man  (o reform hlrn rind nuccoods, It hoiiio-  tlmcH happens that another woman  cornea along und spoils nil Iho good  work with a smile.  aifmm   fff.. III*. , J*\ m *    im,.   mm   M.   -,     .*"i <l. ���������      1  25 Young \Vomen  6 Experienced Otenographe.ra  10 Freight Packers  ?0 Men to l'*ck Expren or Mall  10 Young M'n, 10 to 20 Vcara of *\���������t, suited to Tr.-ni.ter Work  Too Much  ..   Doesn't  your choir slug at  prison any mor.*?  No, several of Ihe prisoner.! objected  on tho ground that It wasn't Included  In their sentence!.  *T. EATON C9,  WINNIPEG  MITCO  CANADA V  - r-m"m**f.am**zaf*���������T.i  THE   mm,   eWBEBLAND,   BftOTBH   COjUffMBIA,  >.,..������������������������.  wt^twW��������� fP"M"    Tw  -?_-_.-..-.��������� _~l .1 ������������������ ������������������.^-'-~'���������"-i-������rr-.iut .a...-.'!!;, .rflj m-.-.- V'-i"K'?*TJa!3S?rr-r"~^S������~������l������������^l������pr������!^BW������  ac^rr  Fjj9 OMterlami Hews"  -.:>'.���������   Every   Tuesday  by  the  Coi. io*   &   Cacrtbei/land  ���������^o bashing  Company.  ''ii? j-npor will not hold  itself  "MiMble for tlie opinions of otli-  !���������*' may appear in its columns  n '��������� iiao to time-*,  ..  j...^-.��������� ���������rt?'*'1.'���������"'f���������������-*"������-~r~-;������������������  .vj-;;:NP.S:)AV, NOV  27   1012  MWV^*f ���������fHn*-���������*������** *C**  Sayward l.ind District.  I)i<tii-; of Coinov.  :\?". N'OriCrC th.v. Marv Timlin of  J, I). C. oi-cii|->.it'.on married   woman  'd = in npply for permission to pur-  ���������-������*  the  full'* virtu described l;iml~*���������  i', . niuenrin^ at a post planted at   the  -i.iih-west corner of T. {.,.  No. .14338,  .-it -ir;; north   80 chains, thence west 40  1 .in?, ihence  south 50 chains more or  iri* ti) shore line, thenco along Uie shore  lint* '.yS: chains more  or less  to pine** of  .;. ���������;innio:,r containing'  200 acr'es'more or  .i:S.-. . '.,...  GEORGE VERDIER.  ������������������.���������"' Agent for Mary Thulin  .-,-..'��������� e August i-jth, 19115.  Sayw-ird Land. District,  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that Charles Thulin,  , fl Lund, .11 C, occupation^ merchant, in-  : I'lds tc  apply  for   pe-rmi"isi onto   ptir-  r-Mse ihe ihe following described land*���������  L'omineacihjf at a post planted in Browns  l.'iy at 1 he north'Cast corner of T. L.  ;;i4ii,   thenco.   west fjo  chains, thence  .-,���������-.. h 2* chiins. thence "e^stg ������0 chains,  )���������) iho.slio.re line, thence sooth 30 chains  iii;,ire or less nlcing shore line to place of  be;.inning containing r(jo acres rrtpre or  S"S        ' .    '  GEORGE VERDIER  Agent for Charles Thulin  J)ate August mh, 1912  SAYWARD LAiNM) DISTRICT  District of Sayward, Range },  TAKE NOTICK that 3, Elinzeia  Hannan, by my agent, Gnorge Vor  dier, of Campbell River. V. 1. occu  pation married woman, intends to  opply for permisbion  fo   purchase  the following described land?:���������  Ooramencing ai a past planted  nnnriJioN. E. coiner of'lot 851  ihence south ljO chnina (ter,) thence  east 10 chain* (ten) more to- le-.fi to  'ho point of commencement ������on  taining 20 acres (twenty} more 01  less.  E L]LV?, EI A IT A-SNA -I  1 Name of Applicant  Date March 26th, 191.2.  Sayward J.and District,  District of Comox.  TAKE NOTICE that George Verdi-  pr, of Lund, DiC., occupation  intends to apply for permission  to,'pur-  r'vi.-o the������������������ foMa-v'ing described   li^nds:���������  CaniiH'e'ncinK at a   post  planted at   the  i j-.uh -vest corner ol Lot 5.7)the_nce north  "������i ch'iin>:to. the shore line, thence follow  iny; the sh ire line around the point to the  -���������.ilase-Qi-beainnirig.  Snywurd l/ind District  ' District of Cost  Take notice that IsaUd McKt-n  ny. of Vancouver, B. C occupation spinster, in tends to apply fo:  permission to purchase* tho follow  intrdescribed land?;���������������*  Commencing jit a post planted  one milo east, of the sow th-west  corner of lot 550, tfience- wiM 80  chains, thonco south 40 chains,  thence cast 80 chains, thence  north -10 chains to point of corn  men com, ont, containing 320 acres,  more or less.  lsu&d Me-Kenriy.  Katfle. of Applicant in full  Robert Henry (jhestnnt, Agent  Onto March 12tii, 1012.  C-EQ.RCE -VERD1ER  Applicant  P*le August 14*0, 1912  Skyward I,and Piotriet  District of   Comox.  TAKE notice tnatElinyrie Hannan,    married     womnn     Camp  bell   River,   B.. C,    inlends    to  apply for permission  to purchase  the   following  described   land :���������  Commencing at a post  planted at  the (.outh eaBt corner   of   Lot  No.  351, thence couth 15 chains   fo the"  north west corner of Lot 87G, then  ce east 20 chains to the short*  line,  thenee along the shore line   to   the  place of commencement, containing 160 acres moro or less.  ELINYET.3 HANS AN  ���������"^4-���������--George���������V-erdier���������A gen It  .Dated'July 22������d.1912.  .Sayward Land District. -  ��������� District of tiomON.  TAKR NOTICK thai Fred Timlin,  nf L'.ind, IJ,C, occupation merchant, rn-  iund.-i to apply ifor permission to t*>ur*  r.h ise ihe fallowini" described Kind; ���������  C.vn.nencihtf at a post planted at thi*  ao nh-'j'ast''corner of Timber Lease No.  5it\i)\, thence west 8.0 chaini, thenre  so nil So. chalks, tlien.ee .'east 8,0 chains to  the 5lv;'u\j. line, thence "following shore  line north 80 chaina, more or less, to lhe  place of beginsini*; containing 640 acres  wore 01, less.  GEORGE VEKDIER  Agent, for. Fred Thulin  pate ������������������August ,U.;h, 1,9,1,2  "LIQUOR MC.EHSE.iACT."1  (Section 4$i  NOTICE is hereby given, that on 'live  * ith day of October  next,  application-  v.- .1 'vi tn ido to the  Superintendent   of  1 xovin;i il Police for th? transfer of the  h'-oiirH! fnr the sale  of liquor by   retail  ni and upon tb,i premises kan-Vms the-  Willows Hotel, situate a,t Campbell Riv-  cr, IVritish Columbia, from Charles, Thn-.  b.i ail  Emerson Hann.in   to' Charles,  Thulin, of Cumpbcll River, BrUisH',eol-  y.mbi.i.  Uat.Qd this 14th day of Sept., 1912  THULIN & HANNAN  Holders of License  'OUA-RUVi IHU LIN  AppJicint fnr Transfer  Snywnrd Land District  District of Sayw.ird  TAKE notice tbnt WilHnm  J. unes Gil-son, of Vancouver, oc-  ci;>ition, painter, iutoitl.'j t.) npply for p,nrmission* to puivhase  ih'".' fnllo-wiugt dcacribo'.l lands:-  C'>nimoti'rt<iiift at a post pl.mtttl 20  vhaius east of the north east cor-  iu'r"of Timber Uoen.v 323a, then-  ve east 20 chains,   theuce   south  -1    :.. .   it:......       .   ���������      ,1    ���������.  .  COUNTY COURT'-OF NANAIMO  HOLDEN AT CUMBERLAND.  In the goods of James   Murphy,  deceased inteirtate.  TAKE NOTICE that hy order of  Hi3 Honor Judge Barker made in  the ahore court on the 4th day of  Septerr-hor 1912, tho "undorpigiiftd  ; wac a /oinled administrator of the  est-A' of Jamos Mnrphy, de-  cei .1, who diwl at Rock Buy 'on  M ./7th 1912, intestate  Jl accountsagninfit tho  estnie  and all accounts clue   the  e.-tnlc  must he presBnled  and   paid,   re  syectively on or   hefore   the   15th  jdr.y of October 1912  W W. Wi) ford,  Official Administiator.  Cumherknd, B.'C  r* ���������1   v r*���������rnMMT>maMMifcM*Miftff~<ji^^ -  COUNTY COURT OFNANAIMO  IIQl.DKM   AT   CUMBERLAND.  In the goods of Albins   Jutuap  nvhch deceased intestate.  TAKE NOTICE thnt by order  of liis* Honor Judge liarlcer imde  in tlm p.hove court on-1 few* -tih dny  of ftupU'iTftber 1012, tks undcrHign  wna appointud adrmniHtrivlor of lhe  ���������>!-fntfl of Albrns Juii/zipovitch, de-  c'eHud.who was killed a- No.7 mine  on M,*y lUli, 1012, into.-iato.  AH nccounta ngninnt tho wtalc  nnd nil  necoinils  (hit?  thw  eatnte  inuM.be pri-aonted mid paid respoc  tivoly on or beforo tho lf.ih day of  October 1912.  W. VV. \\'tt.i.Ai<n.  Ofllci'tl Adnurikt'itlor  Cumberland, B. O.  *mmam*m>*������->f-.tama*'���������+*-': ������,* .1  Snywnrd IjiwH f)iiitricl.  n'mlrinf, of StiyiTiirrl  TAKWunUfe-thnt NMchMrtt- Pi:  er, of Vurnjouvor, B. C, ocotipation  UlOucc liuitll JO    Cilitlll,*-, iO |iollit  d " comineticetncnt, - roiitniuinfr   ,   ,   .       ,  _  . . .    . clerlt, in'.ondfl to apply for puruns*  ,,y> n-t-n*.*. inorxi ox m*. and is be- _   .    ,      ,,     , ���������    .       ,  *        ,���������, .        .   , ��������� . f<ion lo ptirclmi*������ ihf)- followuiu do-  iwvou Whi((4 and .Salmon, rivers, ���������^;v,���������,m,,-,i  Wim.iam Jam���������'.������;(.1 hsom  n.....  S  MaurlccOai'ter, A^cut.  {>ytc Augustmist,, /912.  FO-H S/M^Kr-A boolc all yormpr  t-tynth filionl������i road, prif-o $1.00  Acldr*!*,* SelLur*, dinwi-r -Mi, Iniii,-  0*1110, H. C\  Try Th,f* l^s,' '>'<������������<*, if y<nt ���������/������������������M vI<mu  w;tv Oinf.e/ittt; tn:,i' jji-oih arriv.iif_ bi  twt-ry   \mi.\t,   ti������l|vcry   and   t������iu������l.itLnu  potjt planted at the n.-.-ih iniHt cor  nor of T. t���������������M, hoing Lot ,rj32f  tbfiuet- oust 20 chain'-, thenco fouth  ���������10 chiii*?, thenee x\mt to point of  inttrrcction wi.li. Wliiti- F.ivcs, thun  ce nloiit th'; ������oiiri*i������ of H.iid river to  point, of entmiVMCi'tnui', -tic' .  t.'iiiiiiij* Hl\ m������rrB tit.-' :���������  - - ���������  Jiftiatc on While ll..-.t  NU'.IO' !<*���������"  M:'  S. Manritr 1    -i,h  IXUo Auti'Hl 2l4t^ lUli.  *<;������>  RICH GUT GliASS  and SILVERWARE  is Coming  THE    JEWELLER  Little cubes of metal  Little tubes of ink,  Brains and the printing presses  Make the millions think,  fmtiia-im,  mrtlJyL,mmfW  AThere is no better way of making the people think of you than  by placing an Ad in The NEWS.  "NuffSaid."  LAND ACT  Vancouver Land  District  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE   that-  Michael  Young, of Brooklyn. New York, occupation Janitor, intends i{> aj ply  for permission to purchase the following described lands:���������Common  eing ������t a post planted 50 chaitiB  north of the north west comer ox  lot 582,   then.e  east   40  ohainp,  thence   south   50   ohainp,   thenco  west -10 cliaint?, thence   north   50  chains to point of commencement,  containing 200 Hcree more or le*-B,  MICHAEL YOUNG,  Applicant  Thomas Matier, Agent  Date October 30th, 1912  LAND ACT I,  Vancouver Land Distriot  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE that William  Peter Adams, of New York, New  York, occupation, salesman, intends to apply for .permis-don to  purchase the following described  lands:���������Commencing at a post  planted at the north-west corner of  the south half nf lol 590,  thence eouth 80 chains, thenco  weft 40 chains, more or lees to' tho  east Hd������* of lot 585, thence north  80 chaina, thence east 40 chains,  more or leee to point of commencement, containing 320 acres ni-re cr  lens.  WILLIAM PETEU ADAMSJ  - Applicant  Thomas Matier. Agont  Datn, October 29th. 1912  I ���������n��������������������������� 1 1     1  NOTIOB in hi-roby giveu thtton ���������hefirt't;  Hay of D.-combor uext application will ha  made to tht>Superiuteutl.u t of Prm-incisl  Police, Viotoria, fer the reuewal of the hotel license to sell liquors by retail lu tne  hotel known aa the Lome liote������, *itunt������d ut  Coniox, B.C.' Okouoe M. Barlow  D%ted October 2, 1912.  NOTICE is hereby given that on the  first day of November 1912, application  will be mnde to the Superintendent ot  Provincial Police*, for a renewal of the  wholes-tile liquor license upon the prcm-  Ues_.kn_cLwn_.u__Lot 24._Subsectio.n_1 ,_Nel^_  son District.  Pilsener Brewing Company.  D.ited October 2nd, 1912      . .  NOTICB is ht-reby giveu that on the  flrnt day of December next ������pplk*aiioa*������ ill  be made to the Suyo:iuteiiilei,t ������f Provincial Police, Victoii*, torn nnewjil of the  hotoi lieenso to st * liquors by intail in  the hotol known as the Union hotel, pit���������  iinte at Union, B.C.   John N. McLhou.  Dur. d the Siidday of October, IOL'2    ,  NOTIOK te hereby giveu 'thut on the  flrstday d Ui-oombor next application will  bo uiade to to the SuptriaUindont of Provincial Polico, Viotoiia, for aiei.ewal of  the bt'tel liocneo to "fll liquois by retail  tlie h *tel known nsihe Oouiteuoy Houso,  -ituatod at 0������-urt������i.ay, B.C.  John R. Jou.ssro.v.  Dated October a, 1912.  NOTICE Is heroby ������lv n th .t] o-.i tho  tlrut day of Dooember next hu-lmi will  he made to thu Snperiuteuduiit of Pruviuoinl  Police, Viotorie, for tho renewal of (he hotel lieenso to toll liquor* by retail iu tha  hotel kne wn aa Uiu Kiveraldo hotel, tiUiutti  txt Courtenay, B,0. 0, 11, P-cciinku.  Datod Ootober fl, 1012,  NOTICE Ik l^oioby givoii thnt ou tbo  llr.t d iy nf Doooiubor next upplioutiuu will  be mudo to the; Bupuriutoudeiit of Pro-  viiioiul Poliotf, Vlc*,tirin,,ft������r a roiiownl ot  ibolii-tel llcoaiio to soil liquors by rotall  in thi hotel kuown an the Klk hotol, situ*  atod at Conn x, B.C.     John Mai-tin.  ���������Med October '2, 1018.  *m*������mmvi)**m**mmmm**mmmm*fmm*^  NCVI'ICK ii herehy given twit ou tlio  flrnt day ef Dacombormxt application will  bo mnde to tho Suporii-Uudou of l'iovl.*i-  eitil Polico, VMoboria, for tho n'liowal nf tlm  hotel llceuw to sell liquo.-a by rftt.nl in tho  lioiol known ai tliu Nol-oii lio'.ol, mtiuto;l  ut Onion Buy, II.0. J"'*' Kiuhuh.  Dated October 3>id, 1012.  mmmmmmmamaMamm*M������mmaim^  NOTICK in Iiereby |,'iven thst on tho  first day of Decombarm-xt uppliu'ttoii will  bo mado ta tho Suj<eriutcndoatof Provincial 1'olico VicU'iia, for a r������ .ewitl of th  hotel lioonmi to noil liqintri hy retail in  the hotel hiown uu tho Willous Iloiol nit-  tiiiU'd utOuiipbbll U'ver, B, C.  TIlDLtN&UANNKN.  Dited October M. Wll.  NOTICK ih horoly Bivcm thnt on tho  Oiut day ot Dtc<mber next application will  bo made to tliu BupoiioUmdont of Proviu-  olal Folioo f <r tho ram wai of-the hotel li*  -  ..,  I ^   , .11  1!     I       -    ������   M ���������  .    .������        1   ,1   t  V.������-.J   ft  w������,������ .. ^i^-.'.m. .,j    .....*..  .m    ,..%.    t.f.\������  known na tho Wood In    Hiupping Piece,  nituaUat Oyntor Hivor, in the proviuoo of  Hii'iiih Columbia.     Annik Woodiium,  D*teil Ootoho-S, 1012.  NOTICK in itt-reby ������ivon that on Uio  flrr.t day of Do vtnbur next applictlii-in will  bo unudo to tin' ^ujjtsriiitiiiilent of Cruvji.*  vlnl Polion, Viaorin, for the rcnowidof the  hotel lii:it<fni) to h-11 liquor* hy lotailio the  hot-1 kiw.wu n������ '.I'-* W1U011 l.ott-1, tituated  t\ Uidai Buy B.C, AjTir.i;i������H.'**ij: Uvf^f  Dttt'A Vi:,,i,f>a ���������.*. I'M J.  I  '**  i  i  il  m  tiit  *i'l  m  \  wmaam  amttmam '/���������v-  NOTICB ie kerAy gixsn rt_t������4 at the  ���������next meeting of the Board of license Coin  rnUeioners of the City of Cumberland, I  intend to apply for a renewal cf the hotel )ic*i_Ee held hy -me for the Veudome  H(*tel,,8itu*ted,oniot^, block 3, Cumber-  iaftd Towusita.  R. 8. ROBERTSON  Dated NoTOmW 6 th, 1912. " "  NOTIOB ia hereby {jivea that at the  oext meeting of ihe Board of License Com-  nii������ioners of thu City of Cumberland, I  itteiid ������o app y for a reuewul of th������i*ot-  ���������el lit-euae held by uia for tlie Ouml-erkad  Hold, aituatt-d onloi 1, block ii. Cum' er-  land To-viisi'e.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated tils 6bk dny of Nov., )9l t  THE  tSEWS,   CUJfflBERLAKB,   ?>ai?ISE   COLUMBIA.  NOTKJBia hereby Jgtvcn that at the  next meeting of the Board of License Com  cniii-iitnerd furihe Ci������y of-Cuinberland. 1  intend ta apply for a renewal of the wholesale liquor lieo.isu held \iy tn<;' situated on  lot 0, block 15, CumboilandTownaitd.  CIALI MUSSATTI.  Dated thia O-h duy of Nov., 1912.  ^ <i ���������*��������������������������������������������������� ��������� m** ������-*<>������������^������>������^w wf ^^e  NOTICB ia hereby giveu that nt the  next meeting of the Board uf Lice, se Guiri  tnistionera of the City of < umb rlnnd, J  i.tend to a jily f������r a roue* al of the hotel license held by me for the Wavi-rly  Ho el, situated ou lot 2, block 8, Cumbe*  lu#d Towuate.  FRANK DALLOS  DfajMd this fitU dy of Nov., 1912.  NOTICB iah:-rel*y giveu that at th-- u������.x  snee iug: of ihe Buad t<f Lie use UoinmU  eioi.e s.of the Ci'}* of Cujuberlniul, I iu-  tend to apply for a r ne^id of the whole-  Bale liquor litdue held by m.<, sitiuted  f*a lot 12, bliefc 7, Cumberland Towimito.  FRANK SCAVARDO.  Dated thia 6tH day of Nov., 1912  NOrlOB h "herb-, given th it nt the  nest ni-eting of the Bomd of L'const<  CoBimiesioira of th������ Citv of Ouoib-.r-  lain!, I inteud to pp. Jy i'.-? a reai-w.d <���������{ the  wholesale liqnor lie- ue Iteld by mo, situated on lot 12. block 6, Cumberland  Towusito.  JOHN MAROCCHI  Dated this Clh d*y of Nov., 1912.  NOTICE is i.. hereby given that at the  next meeting 11 the Bmtrd of Liuon-e  Coniiniseioncrs of tho City of Cun.b-r-  l-.nl, I ii.tend to appl> for a trmsfer o  the vvho!f8������le liquor lijei.se held by m>  on lot 3, block 2, to bluek 15, lot 6, C'ti. -  bi-rlai-d Towns --<*.     __,������ .  .Notice is hereby given fh-rt. a<. the  |i*ext meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners I intend to apply for a  renewal of the hotel license held by me  for the New England Hotel, situated on  block 3, lot 3, Cumberland Townsitc,  '      JOSEPH WALKEJt  Dated Nov, 71b, 1912.  in the flEWS  fcOT_.Cfc!.i*������ Iiereby given  oii  fhe first   dr  ihat  \y of Decern her  uexi application wiJl be made to  theSupwiiteiidfiit of Provincial  Polico, Victoria, U.C. for a renewal of the*-jv_>rel Uctjtise to sell  liqnprs by fetail.^itf'tho hotel  IruoWn. as the Afalaspina Hotel,  uitnated at Lund. B, C.  FRED THULIN  Dated Octo'er ICth, 1912  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tho great Uterine Tocle, u.u-  only safe oflfeouinl Monthly  iBofculu tor on which woinou ca,  depend. Bold ln throe degree.  of atrongth-No, J, $t 5 No. 2.  Mdegroca stronger, $3; No. S  inr euocUil cases, 85 per too*  Bold by ail drugfflsts, or ee-.;  nepald oa roodpt of price  uepali  Frooa  An Ad in the  News  pays.    Try it.  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  iftcr date application   will be made to __       _____ _. ___  the Superintendent of Provincial Police.  (laM������M^(^foaa5ittlitr. (A^ffifec/^  Victoria, B.C., for a renewal of tbt ho- \  tel license to sell liquor* by reUd in tbe  hotel known as the Fun Auj*u*U Hotel,  situated at Comox. li. C.  Amos Coxuttaxoy,  Dated Oct., 2nd, 1912  UOOMS for rout at Muritu-lK'i,  Rooming llousw, Dervcnt Avo-  FQR SAl^E-Three mill  cows, first class uiilkeis, also tw-..  heifers iu calf, graded stock.  three horses, two drivers and 1,  general purpose mar������; age thret.  aud tour years, Apply to D.  Roy, Roy^s Beach.  CIALI MUS^ATTO.  Dat.d this $th dd> of August, 1912.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  next meeting of the llourd of License  Commissioners of the City of Cumber-  I,inil, I intend *o apply for a renewal of  the hotel license held by me for lhe  "Kin},' George" Hotel, situated on lot 9,  block /, Cunibeiiaud Townsite.  .VICTOR HONOR A  Uaited diis 6tri d^y of Nov., 1912.  Union Steamship Oo. of B. 0. Ltd.  THE S. S. CO WIG HAN WUX SAIJL AS UNDER  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION BAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver, Monday, at 8 p. in.  Arrive Nanaimo, at 11.30 p, tn.  Arrive Union Bay, Tuesday 6 a. in.       Leive^Tuesday noon.  Arrive Comox, Tuesday 8 a. in,     Leavo Tuesday, 11 a. in.  Leave NanainiO'6 p. m. Tuesday.   Arrive Vancouver (J.S0p.m.  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.tru   Arrive  Nanaimo,   n 30 p . in  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Gotnox, Sunday 8 am. Depart 4 pju.  Subject to change without notice.  DRINK  The purest and best BEER, aud  made in Cumberland.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery -convonumot* for guesta.  Th������ Oenfctal Hotel for Bportemon  None bat the Uest of Wines and Liquors  ifiien  mie  Fine   Engraving  in Sepia of  the  Borden  Cabinet  for Readers   of  the  '(News - Advertiser"  pVERVONE wants a picture of the member-, of  ���������^ tiie Government of Canada. The "News Adver-  liser" has had prepared for the exclusive use of its readers in tliit* province a large engraved plate of Ht.  Hon. li. L, llorden and Ida ministers.  The group is redrawn from the latest phuto^raphs  of the eighteen Ministers, whu compose the advisers of  His Roynl Highness the Governor-General It i������ printed in Sepia ou heavy board ready for framing, and  wiil be of the greatest educational value in the home,  the school and the library.  Tlio Prime Minister, HON. K. L. BORDEN, occupies a central position, and is shown standing at the  head of the Council Tabic. Seated about hini are his  j colleagues.  Dimly in tiie background the features of Sir John  Macdonald look down on liis successors.  How to Obtain the Picture  ���������    This fine engraving, of wh'ch a limited number  have been presented, will be sent  FREE OF CHARGE  to new,subscribers or to old subscribers, who renew  their subscriptions for one year ($3.00)  For out of town subscribers,  the picture  will  U. ifvjjj  tubed and postage prepaid. L^#S''  Non-subdcribers may obtain copies on payment of   '':  50 cents.    If maiied  i0  cents  extra for  tubing and  postage.  .Applications and remittances (cash must accompany .order], must be made to  jSd.v-nrd lainl Ui mo',  District, ot" .SayvsaiOl.  TAKE NOTICE that Cbanni.Sgt������&r  Daubar,  of   New   York,    Saw    Y������ik,  occupation clerk, intend tu'bpt-Iy for j������r������  mission  to purctw.������   th-   followi-jf <*���������*���������  oril^edland.-: ComcigiiciDg at 0 jjoI i.laot-  ed at iK.rtl..,a:-t corner of lot W0,   t,v.ence  nor h h'l c)tA v. tiirtiQf   vent -Vu   j!ia'-t**,  :hcuce s>J2'!i SO   ci(,s;::a,  tts^-'vi" ���������;i;;t   S.'  -.-hjinu to _.' !'it ������>f *-,u swt c th< .-.t \-o������'.iir-  >:i_^ (i!0 ner<e ni'x-e ������r !>���������>.'.  CHANGING -STUAKT I;TJ.\.^A&  r>bhe.( M.(������rts:iijs A;������'-i'.  Date Jure 23rd, 19"rt!  Siywori La. '1 ^>ujjt,  Disl-ict, f S yuar.L  TAKE NOTICE tbnt Jol-u Ar hur Ua'y.  of New Tuik, New Yuri,-, ������ccuin-'ti udcrk  iiite-.--.I-i to  ������.|:uly   U.r poru-.i-ai"! (o  pur  chiise '.ho   full win>;  <if.fn.nt-o 1  ini.dk:���������  Ooxtnenciiig at   a  po-t plui-t<d  at tbo  aotvth-cjiat   corner of Le-t-;* 4G.   tbeuco  suuth -f") chidim,   thenee  wctt 80 chai.-s,  tlience i oi tb   80 I'liniun,   lh-ucc   nut SO  obtii'iB to j.'oiut ������f conuuei������.ai-nt coot-aa  iug 6*40 aetei inc!*o-������r k-ts.  John auimur ualt  Ember }j. Gi-:liin������j, A^pnt  D���������ti: Juno 24t)i, iin2.  iSayward I^uu DisCrct.  Uwtric-t ot SiOWHi-d.  TAKE NOl'lOE  ih.������t  Widtor  2e*UU  !3 eft,     of    New    York.    Ku.v     Yok  occupation    liiboi-tr,   i.itei'da   u������    fl--p'y  or j.ieniji*<ioii.t() pux'h.'-dK ttvi  fuloiviig  ��������� lescribtil Jttod������;~ ".'(UiiiiH-ni j,'   at.  a j-n t  .jUmtud liio i:bnius  we-.t n.d  1(1 c-'i im  ���������xirch of ttiv Bf^tij eaut  c,v i-i-:  ������f i/.-co  ttj, t.hino-s 'ir.-i-.h SOoJi iii.'.*. ti e, <:*> uu.-i*. W  ^Lilint. '.'-iC*j������; nm.lij S;J c-.'iji:--, tlie ue  MHt *i0 liliaiUS CO JJOl-K ..d.'i..i;i;,*..'''ic ui������.<-1  ���������j iiit-irJii-; $-2Q ,r,ori-i pj.iro '.i h -.  W^LTEH _UKi.J-.LL 1--EHT  Fisb^.r M. G-?h u , Aucn*.  Pite Juaj 24th, 1312.  Skyward Laud Diitrmt.  Du������.,:/3t i'f Si;,v\ard.  TAKE >TOTiC������ tbat Cbwje* Peony of  Vancouver, B. C ; oetjuj^a'-iou coutj-itoter,  lotend-* to ������i>iJy f^r ?ittaii*-8iou to (.;ur-  liUim- --be fo;io.viflg dujciitwd h-i;-'!,';���������  iJouiint-sc'-.-f. 11 a po< ylr.uied at lb-.  }or<th ea.3t oor.M of kit' l>~3, th':.-.ci ���������'���������fe--:t  1(1 cfcfcins. thc-H'-.- P'jut'ti S^ ib^iu.-. ������}<���������. ac  ..tat M c.i.iiiirjfl. tuei.<?j nor h S) c!_uiifjs vj  utfiat of coinmeuctaiuut ccntiiiu'.y iOt-J  tcci4 uure  or ln*p.  Viuipury Pjinn-t  F.sher  .Nt, CaHkl^u, Aioi*.  Dated Juue U������ili, W\'l.  _������i ubiiiwiim   ii nnt wn r Tniimi if m���������_��������� ������������������iim���������u���������UI���������_uj_  SaywhuJ Lvxl DiAekl  Ui-jtrot <j^Sjy>^urd  ^JTAKE-^OTH'iitbuHwyrtlc-lJoa-ffe'.ter  .{ Vuucouvor, oo'.ut'iiuy-i' ,Niu>e. iiitejidd  -.o ftj.yly'or pti'iiiis.-'eij to   s-ur.-lr..'.'*   :;���������,*.  [jllywiu.; ik'.-.ir'bi.-i)   !:.n'i-i- i\}i*~>n-.-i-.-���������:  ���������it A V0^,'' pJaiit'.-d a! Xbr.    i< Ub v i. UO-i .;-.  mt ict ;"Si, tbeii(*(* ea *. -jo ci>iii-j������, Vi\itu..':  tiieijttu noi',b 40 ci-HUi'-. iue- tc ���������.*-'������.���������.  40 cbaiim, tb.-iii-o Bu.iUl 4X1 cbi'ir-j le  yoi'it of cci'iiuien'-ODieui uoiitni!.;{j|f IC9  licit-- more or less.  J-m\-ti-ii.y. y-rDVm.ri r  Fiaiei' M, (.i-.kKui  Di.ted Juno 19ih. J9L2.  J1.   N.   MeLEOD     ^-EJCi-pisisTor,  at tbe Har.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,  Prop  i. . . t���������t���������|-|������������������������t_i_j_t_t.,i���������|,,ti,t,.|-|-������.i. i,  Ragluh 4 x :JUltT0N alwHys ou tap sbw, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEISRS-A.iheuB-ir, Bobuiuiaua, fiobltx, &c. "OLD GREY BEARrV  S0OT0H WHISKY, Best Wine* and Liquoro of all kinds.  Tht* hoarding aud Lodging Utpartincnt, undor Uio lannodiato nuperintoodeuoo of Mr������.  Davia, will bu lout a Vint, okas iu evory roH-pout,^  ATB8  ipi.oo por day upward/)  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE NEWS  ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  NOTICB,  Riding on locomotiveo and rail  way care of Uie Union Colliery  Company by any poreon or pot-  jona���������except tain erevr-���������lu strictly  prohibited. Employees r.ro sub-  iec to (liBtnitfWil Ior nllowiu^ Earn*  By order  ,.W. h, COULSON,  Geuoral Maua^cr.  ?*4**4rni>**y*Ha~i\/+aty  O. H TARBELL  {HIGH GRADE STOVES1  Ami all KITCHEN .lUTBNSlLS  0T OLD NEWSPAPERS POR  SALE AT THIS OFFICE  Sportsmens Goods  nnd  General Hardware  NOTICK.  MOVING ?  Pianos anu  FuiiSUTURtt  Hreighr, Wood and Coal Hau.lcd  INDEPENDENT  TRANSFER  RI0HA.KUBON. & HAYWOOD  paoNtf 5:7  \Yinderuierc iye.  OUl)i:i<3 TAKBW lfOK NUT   COAL  Paywaid Land   riiatrict  DiBtrict ������C  Snyward  TAKE VOTlCli that William Jobn  Whiting ot tNo^* York, N. Y., occupation  Enijliieor, iutuuds to apply for prrrniss!-)!-  to purclio p the following described IiikIh;  ���������Comiiiencing at a pout pUat������d U0 ������lwii������  ������(>utli and 80 cUain. utot, fro-.u tho i>oith  tin-it coruor of lot 073 (on pojt 0ii) tlie.iof.  north 20 chiia", th.ncc wei-it SO -.lnini-,  tlienwaouvji 29 vhaitia, tl.Ji.co ci.at A0  chdus to poiut <4 Q^mmoucumcnt ow-  tainiug 00 ncft- tuoro or Ioji.  VflWiLX, Jon* Wm-n.vti  Fishor M, GoeJ-iut, Aguut  Dated fwo 23rd, 1912  .ij-jnt.  Suywfii-d   Liui'l 'Diitrtmi  Uia'rkt. t.f A. .".\1i1J  TAKENuritl2   liul   Josop'.   JT-iuiy  Knii ,if Uexv Ymk, oo,-iip li"f������ S'.''.t.:jiiii',  it*tfcU<lB 10 Ol'ply lor P'.i WJJalV'i to \mX*-  ���������h-jje the foduiiUK dci-v-ib.! 111110*,*;���������  I'ouimoiiuiuf,' at a jfio-it vltuti-d 00 oi.';.-ja������  *o������-1*-ik1 U-i������ chcii") nonh ut tbt* ������������������-itU  rtii-fc corner of J mu 4U, thujet :iOf^. '.'0  w.-l)Hii,ij, thi-uae cunt- i-'O <!"uJnK. thonb h -i-i'i  .'0 clmiiiH, 'Jn-iic.' wi'.-.'iih'i'A uh .. j.- ;,t  ���������j. ci'iiiiiii'iiteinou" c./it.-'i'iiag iQ ,,.oir������  jiuie or !(Hb.  J'j'jLi'M 'Il'i.kY llAjir.  Fubor M. Oir-ki.rt, Age ,.'.  Dated June 'J5t)i, J9iit.  8iiyword Lund DiBtrict.  Dutriot of S-iywnrd.  0 ,,     ,T,ikI, TAKB NOTICE   tb������(   tUury   Alfred j  UiRtnot of Sayward H������ ���������"' ������f ������J'k' NoW Yo,k' 4,cCul,lltl-  TAKE NOTICK thxl OhwUp II������ry * ���������I^trloton. iutwita to apply f r p^nnl.  .   .,     ��������� ., ��������� .   '   kUiii to |Juruil������i iou to purolm .0 t-'O folio v-  Hidcaunu.iuUil. ciwly (Ur perm town po.t pUtcdol U.o eouth owH ccr.^r cl  to p,rob������se (ba following dwribed Und������;, ^ aQtth Wfl|rt       ,��������� of ,ol m> Uju1)(j(  NOT1CH is hereby given that  she general store huniuess or Dun  can Bum, 1ms thi-J day bt-eu sold  to jniucs   H.   Parkin.   AU  uc-  TKNDK1W will l������o rccoM by ^^tg duc ,j,e late linn lnUBt be  .     tmamm    ^    p ^  , ^ "'idernigiicd up to Nov ICth, pai,j ,0 K< DuncaiI| wjJ0 wj:j R.t.  5      j_T     E    S |r.)12, for the, purcliaao  of  Oak-  tie all ltaHUtiea.  Umk Frrm, couHiHting of 15 acres, Sandwick, Oct. xet 1912-  ._ t,x, ,(.. ..������������������.,,r.t ),���������,-,f��������� i ,.,i *  bUliltm.    AIjuiiI one hall   ol   ilim  land id cloaio<l, about an ncro of  ^^HW4HW-WII|fl,f ^ treC: iJl,tUa ������rCh"  laid.   The property is in a very  m  Coiiiuionciiig ut a jn*ut ulnntud at tho  norlli oaat cortiur of lot G5'A tlunco north  UO libiiiofi, thenou wih( 2^ uhuiiiH, tluinco  nouth '20 olmn >, thuuee cont *0 cJiuiiut to  point of tomuiRui-ouiui-t cuutulnlug 40  iinriti moro or him.  L'HARLBH 1JUNHV JiEBT  r*ul������or M, Omkiim, A������^������t,  I), t- Juuo 20di, 1012.  ���������*��������� ili-ampm,���������na i p w.n������   iin-wiimm-iwin H11.1���������-W  ��������� mj mm am  Pny word Liuid WUtriet, j  Uiitriot of Kiiywurd.  TAKK NQTIOE tliutOoorjjo BIuqU?, o.f  Now Vork, N, .'., ooiupatiuu oiiuluwri  Intrndito opply fir |Oiliil������dnu to par*  cIilho Uio fultuwiug tlo*ui!>(.d UinJui���������  ('oiniiiei.tSin. bt u punt planted 'W o'u*iri������  tjouth of tlm iiiirlb-niuit ofiruat tit bit Wt,  tlr.nco Oii.st '.'0 chalim, thenoo uorth ������10  iihuiiiR, tlienofl Wm*t *\li cJiidon, tb/iiict*  iion .ti 40 vliuinn to jio-'nt o( cwi'Uuac*;-  imnt oontnlri iif'{>0 r<r*i un r������ oi hn*,  HEOltin. HlVUKli  40 cl'iiiiiB ctiBi, tbeuco 40 chnini* xoiUi,  'Lenoa40 ohuian wc/it, tlieuoi 4������   '���������h:-.?i������  f.outh top>iiut-if ociiitiicnccinent cot,'..ji;  iug JlHJ acrot more or li vi  IlKMir ALIitUI)   11 litis  FuOior M, (jJHltiui, Agont.  Dated Juno WUi, IQl'J.  Sny ward L������id UUtii������t.  W'ltr'eiQf 6;i>waid.  TAKK NVTIVB tb������t Williaui John  ,**i������ywa������d Land iJi-Jtrii-t  Dftrict of Soyward  TAKK HOlVili (but Jam.u Bfisuurd  Uiiiio of Nu\v York, N. V., oonupnli-vn  r.ni-lur, lutuudt; to miply for pi*riniwipo  t.i pur������luists tne fol dvA-iii(.' dp.e-'ii.\n:x\ bmd s  ~C'i'mii.,*n.;iii({ at i\ iii-at jdi.titfl ut tlxu  n<>rtb euat corui-r ������������l lot Dyi. tbiu*i*i< uui-Ui  SO O'KUM;, thvuQii west tyO ������hlliu������, thcUv--t  Mouth 60 i.luiini'i -lioiico oii4' ������'' i-'bttiui to  ptiiin of cv.'.iiii'iK.-'itiit wi.Huinnit; 110  ifi'ttb mi ire or k..ti.  J.mii;. Buji.v_i.hu Uwv  Fi������hvr M.UikI'.u-i, n-ii'-D'.  DutolJuno2-IUi, Wl'i  H'i)--.--inl Lr.-i,l DN'.rlet.  "Uint-ifl "f Say ward.  TAKE NOTICK tint J<.|.n Leontird  |ty,-in nf Ni*w y<n!(, Now forb, Ocouputi-  ���������ti Irolur, intend* lo u;<ply f<*r p uni tiiou  '������ |iiin-)u';o tbo I'liK-hiii tl. folJoHi'ltf d<)������  ���������Mjribi'd Inni'.Hi--���������'.'��������� nit*j������.:.i.;i ' ut h pv-(  iiU'itei i������t th1' roi'Ui on o r rfi -f V.-e  '.���������irdii.;,i*l <.���������-���������..���������'. vr '.f '< ( S*,'<. thfci cj ciM  80 illlMi'i, t!-'-.MM ti������i! til   I" ���������.'hrti-.l*',   VhC'Wi'  yulliv������)iii N������iy Yoik, N, Y.,   oiicuptttiou j *tHt tii< hum,*, tin -ji'o toitto W w'hi.hh (g  |K������iiit uf   C'.-.-iiiii.-tnJi-iniiit   (H.i'tiiiiAij������4f   .I'.V)  1X0.(11 lliiiiu Ul Jl  il.  JOHNLKONAHbKYAW  Finhor y  Jttuktn., AjpMt.  Uat������Juu������24tb, I wilt.  NOTlGii.  i*  mm   To whom it mny concern j���������  ThiB is to notify tlie public  tbat all freight cbmgeii ou bonded goods cleatrd at TTnimi liny  for tlie Coniox Valley intuit be  paid before goonH can be forward  ed. Ily order  Canadian Collieries Dunsuitiii]  Co.  desirable location, ubout a | mile  and a lml 1 from the village of  Courtenay. Highest or auy ten*  dcr not necessarily accepted.���������  John Mukded..;  mamrn a m i kwj���������nan amt*^mm.mmmmmmm-mm*mm*mmmm**mmata**^  It you u.'inl anytliiriK in valiici, lull  raff* ������r tiur.k������, try The llij. Store. The)  hnve liie largest nnd most lomple'e ah-  sortnvent, nt the m������i?| rMsonnblc prices  NOTIOB  ylerk, iutci'L) lv *l>.'Jy hr v,,i..U,Hivu t  ynrcbaio tlio folio-iiitf the tAio^iiij, den  orib<d laudi*;���������Ctn-iiuonoki). ni    a,   poutj  |Jiiitod 10 chftiuo ,i'Mh hum the ujr.'.l  Cut corn** ������f lot WP (ou poit 574) tboneoj  north 80oluijnv, Ui'iuie oait 80 olioim*,  tlioice aoiitb 90 ch*Mit, tbrnoa woU 80]  chuiiuB, tu point gl uoiuratuouiutut ooo*  Uii.hiji 010 i>m'u ui-ijo ur U-m-  NVIUdAU JQHK SULUVAN  j li'Hut il. (.lUikiiif, AgOmt  h-u\tiir '.'U0ml'ii't7a'iflut. \ ���������**���������***- J*w *M> ^W-  '):.tflJunoJt)Ui,lUl'2.  Any perflou or jwraous, Qtittlnjj;,  nnuvtiug or lAKJug any biut'iiii.,  tiuiberorwoCKl,ofBnydc������eHptiodii  )elon^ing tu tbo Wellington Col-  dory Co'j., or from or off tho laud  of the sold (loiupntiy, or aiiyouv  tipping rubbish of any description  auywhci't upon vl^e touipu������������y'������*j  land will In* proiMMsuted to thu full  extent of tbo law,  W. l��������� COULSON,  CiDimral Xlannrrcr,  WeJliu|(to������ Colliery Co,y,  H tvmaril I/ind OUt i A.  Dmtiit'l uf Hay ward.  TAKENOi'kK tbat Of*,/.* Clutloi  .Stone, *������f N������n'  r"ui'(, IT. Y., oocup^tinu  wlorlc Inteodi to apply for pormlitfiu-i  t<������  purobaie tbo followb ������'bi'orlbal lmul������i--  t^tntiiBi.oin-' nt * p*1*'. jhi't-il 40 t-hAm  ������oit and 2*J cliiiiu n ������nh U di* n.rU tisM  ii'tiiar il )ol li't, l),*r.(ii>  *m  40   ,bnfrt*t  ilnvejifuiU  jHii.liAti.n   tbonio ***������! 40  ��������� liaiBB, tltenrc n -ub $) m.'im* t<������ vo.nl of  vomrMinaaint-tii turn nii.it j; KOnurc-* mor<'  ur losf.  ui:ou:i*. ciiakij:* juTosi;  fuU   l   m\. Xjl*a*."u*m, <\gki'l<  Date Junfi 19fh. !������������?.  Kayf ard Ltud Dmtii-*- <  I)UtiioUfU-)Yr������ud.  TAKR NOTTCW that witli-,, .������.���������;������:������������������;!  tUuhofl, *J   SttwYdtm, N. Y��������� ttmif-w  tiou clerk, intrnita V> apply for ponniiwiou  Sny������',iid Land District  Dimtrict of Sjnvwjinl  TAKE m-tiee that  John  Qua.  ������idy.    i'-(    New    York,   N   V,  occnp'i.hv.     iMi'viwaij,      iii.te'nib  ly apply  ivi' pi-;;.'!,;oj*ju  io  pur  chiici*   1)10    folh������w;i������g   dtssuriUd  .,*..-an.���������V'J'ii.iWiit luki      <%i    i.     |>04V  pi it ii ted 20 chahiH 1.1111th   and  00  chain* cu-'t *-������f Ihu norlli (.einor of  to  pnrohuMi  tbn   fullowln^   -Jt-icrlbcd  I-iiid:���������Ciiinm*iiWi{f M u" |m-s*. pl.i"tnl|lot 551, thence \u*-t   '.���������'������ v.h;.iiia to  .,      , ,,,,,,. ., 'cast I-oipidi v ot lut r*c������J. tht* ico  Maba'iiiinoreorbiai,  fo lot Ml, il.r-ac������; *-"!i''������ W������'h.i'-H,   ili-.-rj(e  '���������10oh������Jufl Mintb  i.'y ji i;..tb'-,'''i)   -f ..!.  ",, ���������  Jot Mli U.uiw'tJH. W v*i*-������uf rn.,;( ������- fftt. .  t<i\t.\iji It,   Wia-iet umI'i  i'J chiic*.   t-> '  )  H,    lU'-'lKC   '.'������*������������������ t    UO  ,. ��������� . t'i'-hi -������ Iim- .,|    ',',() > h-iiii* !  ut <<f ct..ini..c- .���������."!M������'ut cuntniu  polot of  CouMKUmC^ftlt c'ltaluli*   W0 , S!,K *'������ '":I,B 'non* '>[ '*'"���������  aero** uwn! pt K'.ij, i JoUK C A SMUT  wiluam At;������.vu.sr ithrnoti-" l<ift������rT M. C.n.kin*. Ap.nt.  ,      .      J' V:if.M i",*,i,v"��������� A5"'   ��������� Pal.'*] Juno 20th, 11)1?. THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. E. C.  ri������rrTUactW)_iflOla_>  A   7������/o   Safe   Investment  Mone..- returned at end of one year  -or at ewl of any subsequent yoar, on .  GO flays.'  notice if desired.  Tho nbovo security i;i tho best  In-  'duatri-il ever offer*1".! in Canada. Bus-  N inesa 'established  27'years.  Write at onco for particulars.  National Securities Corporation Ltd  .Confcl.-ration  Life Building,  Toronto  Little and Big Religion -.'..    "  This story comes   from   Australia,  '���������if. The Champlaln Diary  '..At,Dieppe in-Trance, f_kore is In the  where  al!  conversation  turns  event- _po33.e3sion of a M. Feret one of the  IE 'ALBERTA' BOTE  ', 715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG  A few doors 60uth of C.P.R. Dspot  -  , Rates $1.50 to $2.00 per day  Cuisine unexcelled  Hot and cold wcter in every room  Hotel   practically   Rrsproof  All Outside Rooms  {, uaUy to matters educational, because  | every parent is painfully anxious that  J his sor.r, shall pass the standard, which  I. will free them from certain years of  military service.     A visitor was-conversing with his host's small son, and  opened, as a matter of course, with  the words: Do you go to school now?  Ves. /    ...  And what do you learn? Reading,  writing, sums? '  Oh yes, and I learn religion, too.  Religion? ������������������������������������..  Yes, I learn the little religion which  teaches that wo all come from Adam.  But my elder brother "is in a higher  class; he learns the big religion which  teaches that wc all come from mon-  keys.  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when they have Mother Graves' Worm  'Exterminator to give relief. Its effects are sure and lasting.  Ask" your Clothier,to  show  you  SANFORD'S SOVEREIGN BRAND  good  No. others   as  Book Free.    A snap!*  Home- treatment removed  lump from this lady's breast  Old sores, ulcers  and  growths cured.    Describe  jrour trouble; we will send book ai;-l testimonials.  THE CANADA CANCER. INSTITUTE, Limited  10 CHURCHILL AVE.. TORONTO  BUTTER  All grocers 25c. lb. Tin  Put In  Human  Interest  An old negro   preacher   says    the  Atlanta Constitution, gavo as his text  De tree is known by its fruit, an' it's  jes  impossible  to  shake  do  possum  down. -      ;i  -- After the benediction an old brother  said to him:  1  neber knowed  befo'  dat  such  a  text wuz in de Bible.  Well, admitted    tho    preacher,    It  ain't down dat way I throw'ed in de  possum to hit de intelligence of my  congregation.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  A Bargain Offer  Coming this way ag'in?' asked the  justice  of  the  peace,  after  he  had  fined Jimpson fifty dollars.  ���������   I'm afraid I'll have to, said Jimpson  ruefully.  Wa-al, said the justice,' stroking his  chin whisker reflectively,, preeaps I'd  oughter tel!-ye'that wc sell a return  lino ticket for seventy-five dollars, -..entitling 'ye to immunerty from arrest  on the way back.  KEEP CHILDREN WELL  DURING HOT WEATHER  WMMamfMaW^i-W^.^  Are'the bes' ever made and are guar*  jinteed to glvo yon satisfaction. At  all .dealers, or send us 25 crats stating -sty' 3 and size required.  the Arlington Co., of Canada,' Ltd,  68 Fraaer Ave., Toronto, Ont.   ���������  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 6HILD.  Mrs. Winslow's Soothing svrup lias been  ���������iseil for over SIXTY YEARS hv MILXIONS of  MOTHRKS 'for-their- CHII.URKN VVHII.B  TKKTH1NO, with FBKl-KCT.SUCCESS. It  SOOTHES* the CHILD. SOI-TENS the GUMS,  AI,r,AYS all 1*AIN; CURBS-WIND COUC. and  Is the best remedy for IHARRHCICA.. It is al>  lohitcly harmless. lie sure and as!i for "Mrs,  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," find take no other  kind.  Twenty-five cents a bottle.  If you *.vant to purchase a carload  of  Good Ontario Apples  Communicate with  H. H. DAWSON  , 90 Colbourne Street, Toronto  THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited  ���������    .Engineers and Uojlonnakers  Ilollorti   of   all     kiwis���������Engines,  Pumpn, ii.nd Heavy Plata Work  Wrlt������> on tu- Pricas  14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada  Every mother knows how fatal "the  hot summer months- aro to small children. ' Cholera Infantum, cliarhoea.  dysentery and stomach troubles are  i-ifo at this time and often, a "precious!  little life Is lost after only a few hours  .Illness. ' The mother . who keeps  Baby's Own Tablets in the house feels  safe. The occasional.use of the Tablets prevent stomach and bowel troii-  bleB, or 1^. tho trouble comes suddenly  ���������as it generally does���������the Tablets  will bring tho baby safely through.  The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a_box_fi^m  -The���������Br-���������WililaiQT"~T\ro*dlcine "Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  A fortune is said to bo awaiting the  man who discovers a way of curing  ham aftej* the rind is removed. The  skin, it seems, is badly wanted for  leather, and about $3,000,000 worth of  it is being wasted on hams every year  in Great Britain and Ireland alone.  most remarkable books ln the world.  It is the old-fashioned handwriting of  bygone ages,: illustrated by little  sketches, such as would.be no credit  to the untaught lad of ���������ten years of  age, and it contains a hundred and  fifteen small pages. It Is a journal  of Samuel de Champlaln, written  about 1598.  Of course, such a treasure Is "beyond price but I 'cannot help wishing  that the Canadian Government could  in some fair manner become possessed'of this diary, written by the real  father of Canada. It Is true thero is  not much of importance to Canada Itself in this particular book, which  contains aHarratiy* of Champlain's  work in, and impressions of the West  Indies, Mexico, and Central America.  He was at Panama at one time  and then and there conceived the idea  that a "ship canal across the Isthmus  would greatly facilitate the operations  of the world's commerce, and he- says  in this diary,'the. voyage to the South  Sea would be shortened by moro than  fifteen hundred leagues.  It must be allowed to be a remarkable thing that. Champlaln should  have suggested such a thing as the  Panama Canal some three hundred  and fifteen years before it was.accomplished, Men of great deeds often  are men of great vision, and Champ-  Iain's place is' ainogn the great men  of the "world's history.. '  In July and August, 1615, ho was  with a good deal of weariness of .sou)  marking out with his own feet the  subsequent route of another great canal, which I expect, tb ..live to see completed some of these years. It was  the regular road from Georgian Bay  tb Montreal in those days, as it may  be again somo day, when the Georgian Bay Canal has been completed.  It was probably the tale's of copper to bo'liad on the shores of the  Jakes which caused Champlaln to  make the choice he did between the  offers of the Montagnals to guide hini  to Hudson Bay; and the desires of the  Hurons to show lilm the waters of  the Great Lakes. . He believed evidently in a way home to Franco by  way of Hudson Bay, and was extremely -anxious to visit the Arctic waters.  His dreams are coming true at  last. The Hudson Bay Hallway is  actually under contract, tho Panama  Canal is approaching completion, and  the Georgian Bay Canal is badly needed, and therefore will be built. Who  can say that thero is not a place for  the man who dreams dreams -and sees  visions as Well as for the,,practical  men of action. . It is little short of a  miracle that-the two qualities were  combined in Samuel de Champlaln.  But notice, Champlain's theory,  though It was long in coming to fruH:-  ition, was greater than his practice,  and had to do with more enduring  ���������things.- Canada will have-. its full  chance to achieve its true greatness,  when Champlain's., dream, or -rather  his-thoorieSi-havKJ-been���������-worked���������out"  and we *idd to our other natural advantages, the Hudson Bay Railway,  the Panama Canal route, and the  Georgian Bay Canal.  Uncontrollable  Your daughter has so much temperament.  I'm not sure what you call It. All  I know Is that her mother and, I can't  do anything with her.  A     GERMAN     SPECIALISTS'     DISCOVERY  WILL  POSITIVELY CURE  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Bladder Stone, Gull Stones,  Kidney Stones, Gravel and  all Ailments of Uric Acid  Origin  GAMOL   EXPELS   URIC   ACID  NKVKK FAILS TO CURIO  The change of dietary that comes  with spring and summer has tho effect  in weak stomachs of setting up inflammation, resulting in dysentery and  cholera morbus. Tho abnormal condition will continue if not attended to  and will causo an exhaustive drain on  tho system. The host available medicino is Dr. J. I).'Kellogg's Dyson-  tery Cordial, It clears the stomach  and bowels of irritants, counteracts  tlio Inflammation and restores the organ,'- to healthy action.  corn-  cat,  dlnli-  (Ilu!i(li''.-i! *   nf   cured    jinllnit*  ln'i,vo nur Ht.'/'.fMiiciit).  can  Hurfr-r-'-t  8*1    l('<|l|.i,|  l.'l)lll.l.  . Mr.tll'l   iiMfi  (lift  v. Ill ii-i 1*1 vi* pamphlet free  PRICE il.CO p"r bet Hi., in  Mni...:i���������ls, or direct from  GANOL MFG. CO, OF CANADA, Ltd.,  Winnipeg, Mjo.  ���������i,  The Kinder Fate  'in*-- li   'van ill-em.firf .       Me rt;o){oi\  Wn- boa I. iind Kin* wan ilimviifil,  11*     l.ui-liy girl!      Sim uiij-ii  l'.i<:'iji(*(l  illlll  llliiiTU'd   Hi" I'Mot.  liavn  MM  I  Al ji nipper-iini'l.v a cerlnln yoinii*;  itninly v.a.i nittiu;* ii'-sf it Kc-oMliih  D'.:i���������'������.���������������������������., i.ttil iii ,n,U:f in u.iia Jn*r ..nod  l;l'.'; <;<���������:���������, iiffi'iWd n kuowledne of Uie  Hci>HI;-ii  liiiii'.iif, ilffiliirlin; ilii-iv wim  Dangerouo Talk  Mother, I wish you woulilii't mention dishwashing when George is calling ou me.  Why not, indeed?  I don't like  it,-.    It Hounds  mon,  Common, oli?     We havo   to  dou't we?  Of courso,  And lioor-.e also known tlmt  mi havo lu by washed, tln'roforo Home-  builj- lias lo wii.ili ilium';  lint mother--  What now?  If yon keep on InlkliiR about It  Gi-oiw* mny discover Unit you mnko  father v/lpu Ihem, and ho may think  tin.' namo thing hi cumins to lilm if ho  ulionlil propone to mo,  Mlnard's Liniment Cureu Burns, Etc,  Novel Experiment  An experiment now to Hoot la ml Ih  iil-out lo l.i������ tried at WIhIiiiw, whoro  u tiKVcii-diiv'ri campnlRti Iiiih boon open-  oil with tlio object, of milling $,'15,000  wherewith lo liullil and c'.ui.i nn up-  Irwliiti* liiHtlluto for tlio Yotitn? Mfii't-  Cliri.ilIan Aaiioclutlou of tho town.  A oomiiiltti-o of KiO IiiihIiichm non  limi lifnii illvldriil Inlo ti'ittiiH of 10,  each -.villi a It-iiili'i', and thouo will can*  VflMN    tilO    ,'.',000    pOOpIO    WllOMO   llll 11103  nro on u prnpanil llm.,  ��������� i -ii,r, ,,!/,-,- nt <-,���������������������������'. a.'i--':. --..!'��������� !! ;;  tho tenuiH will iiicpl mul roport ri'Miilt'*  uinl ii hug') clock erected outHltlo tlio  ciiiiiriil rooii'ia will duly rocord tlio pro*  .������;r*"r*M of tin.* <r-;uiip:i!f.ii.  Facts  About  Penny   Postage  England waa tho first country to  introduce penny postage for domestic  letters. Sir Rowland'Hill was the  author of the penni'-post system,  which soon spread to other countries,  as he was al.so the originator of tho  monoy order'''system and post-office  savings banks. Tho uniform rate of  one penny per letter for half an ounce  weight was put into effect in 1840.  Boforo that time postage rates in England had varied with the distance, ox-  copt that in In 1839 a trial had beon  given of a uniform rate of four ponce  per letter. Stamped covers were Introduced in 1840, and half-penny postal cards wero issued in 1870. Street  letter boxes were first used In ICri������-  land In 1855.  In the United Stales t,he post- office department wus much slower in  attaining doinoslic pen'-;* or two-cent  pos'tago.      In 1 Sin the postage rato  on letters was from flvo' to ton contB.  according to distance, and It was not,  until 1855 "that tlio rate was reduced  to threo cenls   for   distance'-"   under  3,000'inllos,      A uniform Ihre'-ccnt  rato was adopted in 180'J, and n two-  conl; rato in 1875.     One of tlio firsl  stops toward an Inlernatlonul penny  posL was taken    wliou    tho   United  Stales ontered Into iigreomenlH with  Canada nnd Mexico whereby tho two-  cent lettor rulo wai nindo to apply In  thouo countries,     Culm, Panama and  tlio city nf Shanghai, China, and later  Uronf llrllnln and Uormany, now havo  postal conventions with   the   UnM-vl  Htntt'ii providing for a lot tup rate of  two coritii por   ounco,       There   hns  beon n great deal of agitation for n  one-cent lolor   rale   In   l.lw*   United  Htiitoii of Into youi'H, but In most ro-  8|>i?i*I.H llio United Htalos In.'t'H belilnd  Uiiropoiin  mitloiiH In  tin*  nml tor of  postal roftiniiu,    Al lln* prcHcnt tlmo  thn poKtngo rnto on parcels from nny  point In Iho United Htntoii to .liipiui  Chlnii,    AtiHlrln,    I'Viinco,    aorntiiny,  (Jroat llrltiiin, Swollen and other foreign   ('ouiil.rl'm  Is  twelve  cents   por  pound whllo Iho rate In hIxIhoii contii  ))(���������)��������� poiiml fur u piircol niallod and ii������-  llvornd in Iho H.'itno city of the United  SlflU'!-,  Wlillo Hwll/orltoil lian Inhin the  lead in llio movcinont for a woi'1.1 penny postagn It Ih expected that the  I'hainliei'H of f-oniiiifri-e of oil tho leinl-  lng natloim will full in behliul nnd  will bring groat. Influence to hi-nv on  tho coming conference) of llle, Uiilvei*-  !'Hl  I'onlnt Ttiiton  F21**  ^^*  55^.  Cf**  ;<t?*9^  IF  ill  Wx  MOONEY  ARE  ISCUIT  HINNE  That makes them neater, crisper, daintier, more appetizing;  The one biscuit good enough to take the place of 3'our ovati baking^  Fresh as tho biscuits from your own oven.  ,       Think what that means! Freedom from a broiling kitchen���������leisure on the porch  ' or in the parlor.   Time-to do the Mttlo knick-knacks that have been neglected.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  BISCUITS  Are the creamiest, crispest crackers made.  They are baked in the big sanitary factory in Winnipeg������������������  right at your very door. , '. -���������'��������������������������� ^  '/Use MOONEY'S and be,, sure of a biscuit  that-ia    '  absolutely, fresh; a biscuit that vvill satisfy the family,  In tempting packages or sealed tins    ���������  as you prefer.. ������ ;  t "LET MOONEY DO ITI  The Jltastrataon shows ������me of the  mamiy styles of body that we build for  oiuir Light Delivery  Car.  ^  r  j  221-2 H. P.  4 Cylinder  4 Cycle  :     Water  Cooled  Motor  With  Dow  Magneto  V.  Price of Car with above body  lettered as you  requite $1300.00  fl o. b. Clinton.    Get Catalogue and information from  CLINTON MOTORCAR CO., LTD., CLINTON,ONT.  Or STERNS & BURTON, SASKATOON  ^  J  .|,-.,;i:iiiil.  Ka:-: uo ;-. ������,pr:r.v o' that bublily-  Joi-'t, i-cpUcd tho Ihiolii-'ua, iicai-et-ly  nviviti-* a mu: do of lu-r faco,  Tlio ���������������������������xi.iil'ilto looked appalled and  thc-n (iliink away In confutilon, whllo  Hi* f-oimiil'i.'ilon van ovr-nffd by n  carnilcr lialllnu from  Nuilli  of tho  'I'Kffif.  'I'm; l'u<:iif33 wiuito^l a turk"-y v,!'i,',;.  Mr, Glatlotone't Gift  .'.,,.        ,,.      -it,      H , ,      V, ,,U!r,U',t .' , .it , f ii  Lord J,!fiil*-i)iuit of FllntHhli'o and  Lord of tho Manor, llawarilfn ("nntol  Iiiih Jm>t foniinlly opened n public re-  ei-eiitloii urouiul at Ilaw.-inloii, which  ho Iiiih pn-i enl������ d to (lie piirliili eoitneil,  Tint (-.round, whicli in ft Iltllo ovor  tu-o fieres* In i'-.h-'i', foiinn.-tndi a lovely vle,v ol Ilu* ('lif.iiiii'i! plainn. I  There v..i' n l:ni.. e.-owd of vlll.t������--"*���������������-*=������ J  pre;-'eiit.  '.nr-'uMliHT    a    p.'fx-es.iloit    of|  Thnn Thuy Qunri-eled  TowiiKond Hurton, Jr.. woh tnlldii-.  tthoiit a roiniirkiihlo interview he ttuvt*  out IiihI. mouth In Cnllfornln,  Of coiii'So. he iinhl, Hint luterv->lw  jiii.-,iini-ipit.'ieii my real ueirii, 1 nm  not ilio nor! ot mail thnt lntervlow  made mo out to be, In. fact, tlio  Interview rcHoiiibleil Mra, Hinlth'H IiIh-  cult.  Youiir Mr*. Knilllt hiiIiI at (linnrr:  I made a Uiu liiitclt of thouo bin-  f-iift'i ttiif-.ty.  Indeei! you did, denr, h(*r hiiubnin!  }iiiHuer<*il urttvi-fy.  Why, ho-.y do you linow lio.v big u  Couldn't Take Risks  Agneii������������������ Thh' novel lookn awfully In-  tor.*jillni!.     I������ It ������.ood?  (llndyH-lt'ii pcrfoclly uplondlil. I'd  lend It to you lu u minute, but it bo*  loiiijB lo 11)0.  An omlnont KiikIIhIi coiiiihoI wub  ci'oii.i-oxarnlniiiK Mr. Hlomoitu, llio  oleotrleiil oxporl, in ft cobo in, which  thoro was n dlaptito nbout tho worHIiiK  or bomo (*|('i-trlcfil plant.  I tlilnlc. Mr. HlonioriK, that you hnvo  had a lorn, exporlouoo with electricity?  That In no.  Well, now, I want yoji to toll ino  whether, in tho eaimo of all your ex-  porlonoo, you havo over known eleo  trlelty to bo ndultoraterj?  In only ono Iniilnrico,,  When wn������ tliit'.' naked tho couwiol  eniferlv. "  In tho phrano sreascrSr UBhtnlnpr, tho  v.v.i������,;ii. it-pi'iKu,  W. N. U. 913  nchooldilldren  frh-ndiy  :<n-'if'  j Kit!>il.  oairyiiifj     lla������<   and   batch I made? hIio erlod In f-iirprlso.  oHii-lnlii v,*(.irlir; ro*      1 thought you' aald botch, nald Mr.  ( Fnilth.  Never   Forget  tlmt nr>on vmir dIivsIm! rnmllUnn  fltpciuls your comfort and useful*  iipss���������that your condition will be  JjptlcrcJ, your vl^or Increa&cd���������  when your howch nre rejiulnted,  your liver fctinitilatecl and your  dig call on mnde  r,oimd I>y  P������a g^^^ yy ������"^ B w 8 **mr  ��������� I Li Li-9  ttii ataty**ari,    .     .    la l������ttt, U*.  Important Pereonagi*  Oh tako off yout* lint to tho copper,  Ifo*II bo In Book'ty yot,  In London ho boww no politely  ArroHtlng ii fair n tiff rune! to.  And pooplo of rank ntul ot tltlo  Their mieers at tho conutablo cphho  For tho popular notion at preuont  In promptly to call (ho polico.  Wo (tend lilm tor opuloiit grnftorH,  Wo uondjilni for men hlnliot* up,  For Hiiminor roaoriom who tarry  At Rumen of tho Into foBtal cup,  For lefiderii of various movements;  TriiHt mftRiifttes wo toll them to got  So tako off your hat to tho copper,  He'll bo lu Bocloty yot.  Thoro is Boniothlnir now a gentlo*  man can du for u lady; crank her au*  tomobllo.  The ve<\\ fconomH-nl jirnj>lr .ire ihoco  who lmvo no money, nnd whono ered*  it Ih not good.  A lllllo lail who BlilncB lioota for n  lttliiR lu iv regular rittcndant of a  }!'..���������[:,:. 1'.....''..., .jj.wi, t*ii Vii** ii.*  contly diimppolnted when, nt tho nn*  tmal Biimmer folo, hln gift wno ft copy  of Brownlnji'R poema. Tho noxt Bun*  day, however, tho fliiperlntoiidont on*  nouncod tlmt any child not������ plcauod  with his Rift could lmvo It exchanRod,  Tommy mnrched boldly up to the  front with hid,  Tommy tnnrrhe.l boldly un to tho  ironl wiili bin.  What lmvo you got tljfro?  UrownltiR.  And wbnf do ten wsnt In Mehsnf*?  UUcklngi  Cabby In a Hurry  Ono day It wan ralnliiR vory heavily  In llerlln, when n wealthy tnorchiiiit  on loavlmr tho IOxoIiiuiro, hulled a cab  nnd iiHliml to bo driven to a illiiliint  part of tho oily, On tlio way tha  merchnnt (Uncovered thut lio luul for-  ri'olton to put his pui'Bo In hln pookot.  Wluit wuh to bo dono? On reaching  bin dentlnatloti lie Rot out of llio cab  ami Hftld to tho driver:  Will you plenHo Rlvo mo n muteliT  I havo dropped ii Boverelgn on iho  floor of tho cab,  ItiHtantor Iho cabman whipped up  his boino uud Boon dlaappoared round  tho next corner.  A fihlflloflfl man's favorite flaying, O  ���������well, wo'll get along somehow.  CLEAN   HANDS  , 18o t> Tin.  ���������o������'������MHi������������f^ol jmi*UU������rlii������|ili������lUtlM������  ihjpii inur.iomiiiid HiHt UAN0  OI.IA Mil    Will tarneta iwm u4 ������UU.  ���������IU1UI4*. THE NEWS, CmiBERLAyD, B. a  M  In the Smart  Little Trap  ������������V������V������������������*m������������������������,tpM^������������������*_HE:  ���������k  ���������c  -<.  ���������3  ���������K  ���������t  -t  ���������I  ���������K  ���������k  j:The One Who Didn't Und Its:\  Owner and the One Who Did.:������  ...���������-. _ '���������''"." ���������'  -.  ' ���������''���������"'  '*  By VIRGINIA LEILA WENT*. -I  i**W*W*^*^****r^*M*^*****f  ' "And he W the smartest looking"  trap you ever saw, Madge 1 It's champagne colored and a perfect love. What  ������o you bet I don't land bim,trap aud.  all, before the summer's flown by?"  Miss Irene Warden, a beauty (ana  ���������aware of it), was writing to ber girl  chum concerning iho bachelor who had  just taken tbo big colonial: house with   np to Matlock with outstretched bauds.  ,the carriage roud and iron archway   "While you two havo been gossiping  ftvenlnj.  I lovo it above all other writ*  ten jnuaic, and she never forgets."  Then while the three toads droned  their harmonies he told Matlock a little about bis daughter��������� how four years  ago he had suffered a paralytic stroke  and she had been obliged to leave  school in her graduating year nud  nurse him night and day with untiring  sweetness; how, when their slender income was exhausted a year back, she  had begun to make use of her musical  akill and ������lve lessons on. the piano.  And when the? professor told of Cynthia's triweekly trips to Adams, the  nearest town, his silvered bead went  down on bis coat sleeve, and In the  gloamlug behind the honeysuckles the  two men were silent.  Presently they smoked their usual cigars and Indulged Iu tbelr usual conversation���������newspaper topics .chopped  TREATMENT FOR  OUTS ON HORSES,  j When it horse gets a barb wire cut do  pat apply axle grease or any greasy  ! substance, writes A, S. Alexander, M.  D. 0., in the Parni Journal. Wash tho  part clean. Clip off Jhe hair around  the wound and then wash again to get  rid-of hair and any foreign substance  that may have lodged iu the wound. II  uecessary to remove sand, earth or cinders from a wound, due to a fall, for  instance, use clean cotton batting or  absorbent cotton and uot a sponge. A  sponge becomes dirty and readily infects a wound. Each day use fresh  absorbent cotton to do any cleansing  fine by individual opinion, ������ food deal - neCessary }n treati a wound or sore.  of politics, a little of art and science. I ��������� lho.wound llas bcen cleailsed flo  Last of all. Cynthia came out j  "Delighted I" sho said, going prettily  which for several seasons now bad  abandoned hope of usefulness.  , She was wilting by an open window  where tlie scent of the roses came up  from the front garden. Beyond lay  the pretty tree lined,road over which  the bachelor and hls_ehau*i>agne col-  ored traps bad just flown by.   -  "Although I've told you his name Is  Horace Matlock," ran on Miss War-  deu's pen, "I haven't told yon what be  looks '.like.- lie's an old plan, forty ov  fifty, I should say. His. nose is rather  too big, although people call Uim handsome, aud he's a bit balfl; but, then, I  suppose most men who Uv������ in big  houses and drive smart traps have big  noses. What?" Miss Warden smiled  avlittle soft smile into the glass above  her dressing tabic and then bent over  ber portfolio again:  "Of course I'd prefer dear old Tom.*  Tie's young and stunning and sings college songs so beautifully; but, as yon  know, he hasn't n red!   Aud I really  I've been remembering your weahuesa  for tea and have drawn you a cup.  Will you come in, or shall we have it  out hero?"  Tbey went in. Near the little fern  screened fireplace was a tea table,  dainty In,its array of polished silver  and thin china. The baugiug lamp  shed thVi'lcb, soft glow of olive oil,  and there was an air of Intimate home*  likeness about overy tiling. Matlock  had been a stranger (o that soft .of  thing for so long tbat it sent a kind of  thrill shivering through bim. After all,  to hav������ a cozy tea table aftd a slim  white hand to Inclose In yours-Cyn*.  thla's bauds were slim and white  enough: as tbey moved along Uie china  in tbe half light. He pulled a chair  close" for the professor aud then sat  down himself.  Before Sorace Matlock' weut to bed  tbnt night he remembered that on the  morrow Cynthia Thornton was to drive  with bim In his champagne colored  trap. IIow it would hurmonize with  her soft hair before the ambitious sun  '      A PROPOSAL.  To the Sumnur Girl, Who Sets One's  Heart Xvvhirl.  IFrom ������n ad:nirer who Isn't too esactlnj.]  Summer girl, oh, summer girl, you  havo set my heart awhirl! With yonr  lips -so cherry red you've completely  turned my head. To your alabaster  brow I make everlasting vow, and the  gold glint of your hair. Is my joy and  my despair.  Summer girl, oh, summer girl, you  nro lit for belted earl! (If the earl-1  chance to see you can bet he'll belted  be!) You are lit to grace a throne, for  Love's empire's all your own, and no  monarch would disdain such a queen  to share his reign-,  Summer girl, oh, summer girl, you  oyster you're the pearl! Who can  dance like unto theeV Every step Is  poetry. When yon laugh or when you  slug 'tis like Riigeis murmuring. When  the gardens you pass by, roses weep  lu jealousy.. ��������� '  Summer girl, ob. summer girl, who'd  uot love thee Is n churl I Who'd deride thee Is n crab, wltb a spirit drear  and drab. Wbo, Indeed, could criticise one possessed of azure eyes like  to those twin orbs of thine, with their  depths ko crystalline?  , Summer girl, ob, Biuumer girl, at  thy feet my all I burl! I care not bow  many swalua lie Imprisoned ln your  chains, let me have for my small part  WONDERFUL INDIAN BOY.  must   <lo   something   this   summer,. toucJl0d ,t to g0.d!   What fl dear, wo-  Madge. My already meager n.lownnco  will be cut considerably in thehutumn,  for in September pa's going to etrte*.  tbe matrimonial game hjmsejf-n bor-  rid. designing widow tool So I m������sf  ���������step lively,' in the parlance of street  car officials.        -1  "In point of fact, though," pursued  tbe voluble pen, "it'll bo Pretty easy,  plain Hailing. I haven't a single good  looking rival up In-tbis. otit of.tbe way  place except old Professor Thornton's  daughter, and she's tho (juletest poke  of a girl���������nregulni; stay at home. And  as fol* dressing���������well, Madge, you and  I spend ns much on our gloves nud  manly little treasure of girliah brightness she was anyhow!  Cynthia only returned fron* Adams  the next day a half hour before her  drive and was consequently a bit tired.  She was not one to make conversation,  and the quiet and beauty of tbe scenes  stretched out before her made her  very silent Matlock .as,he handled  the reins wutched both her and the  landscape- There wag a certain peace  about them both. And peace was,  above all thlng3, what be wanted.  Tbe ue������t day Miss Warden wrote to  *her girl chum again: ���������   :  'In the beginning .of the summer,  The Percheron *va������ first Intro-  duced Into America about fifty years  ago, and,It seems to be gvo-winE In  favor. The breed Is known for Its  characteristic gray color. However,  black Is coming into favor as a color, end the bays, roans andocliest-  nuts may be founa. The Perclieroh  ts a massive, heavily muscled animal, from 16 to 17.2 hands high,  weighing usually from 1.600 to 2,200  pounds. The Perclieron has good  action, although ,H is Bald that tlie  stride Is not so showy nor quite 60  active as that ot the Clydesdale.  James Thorps, One of th} Heroes of  j the Olympic Games,  j    I want to tell you a few Intimate  ] facts about James Thorpe, tbe twenty-  five-year-old Indian boy wbo, at tbe  conclusion _ of   tho   recent   Olympic  games, was presented to King Gustav  of  Sv-cdeu and  beard that monarch  ; say, "You, sir, are the most wonderful  \ athlete in tha world."   It was no idle  'or- merely  pollto compliment, but a  ��������� plain statement of fact, and every one  of us sons of Uncle Sam should rejoice,  that the honor has fallen to a real,  dyed in the.wool native���������an American  redskin! ,.'..'  Four years ago, when Thorpe entered Carlisle, be was Just an unknown  Indian. Ho bad never competed In  athletic track sports, though bo had  played a littlo football and baseball.  He did excel as a hunter and wns  known among tbo "home folks" as nn"  i excellent shot. Long trips ou tho trail  nnd weeks of camping out and roughing It ndded speed and endurance to  Ms natural wonderful physical makeup. Today be Is tho winner of both  the pentathlon and the decathlon, recognized for oyer 2,000 years as the  most important events In the Olympic  list.  As an ������H round athlete he ts supreme, his record ecllpslug even the  great performances of tho wonderful  points  for  Mothers  Just oue-twentieth of your heart Let \ mui-IIu Shevldau. Thorpe is a Sac and  me be your fiance every other Sat- j yqx Indian, was born In Oklahoma,  urday.���������Judge. | nnd it was from Sprague, In that state.  Memory In Children.  Much to the easement of our social  amenities, the precocious child has gone  out of fashion. Ko longer have we to  stifle yawns and to smiio while our Augers tingle from a desire to smack as a  baby prodigy recites Shakespeare or  makes grandiloquent speeches or gives  impromptu scale practice on the piano.  In fact,  the tendency is the other  way.    We are on  tho upswell of a  Rousseau movement, and the dear bullies aro belug turned out to do gardening and to cultivate powers of observation apart from books nud pen and Ink.  The nursery has becomo a menagerie  and botanical museum, and that her  boy or girl of soveu is ignorant of tbo  alphabet is  the  latest  aud  proudest  boast of tbe loving mother.  j    A change all to the good surety did  ��������� it not-seemingly take us much time,  trouble and teaching to keep up a condition of.book ignorance as of book  knowledge.  What  is  considered   brain  develop-  .. ment iu a child Is nearly always n"matter of memory aud adaptability, just n  that bo entered Carlisle.    He stands   parrot-like quality strongly developed  veils, I  reckon.^ns she does_on  kei-VMa(ige. dcAr,_ltwiflt(*_vAUJlliat_a_ccri,  -whoie'Outnrr-Tbtit'8'*wuaTeomes from   <r- ���������-i^trlmoniol   venture  would  be  having a bookworm for n father." -easy, plain sailing.'   Alas! I'm afraid  The next week in the little vlilngo   j filiaii ygVer And port-not at least-  postofflco a friend presented A^* fJor* j Vith my bachelor ,up ou tho hill.   And  a������o Matlock to Miss Irene Warden.; lu (]l0 'nflme of'wonders, who of all  o meeting was by accl-   ^0I,ie ao you suppose bas taken tho  Warden felt ber smooth'   ^ln)1 0ut of my sfliIs? oynthla 'i'horn-  ton.the old bookworm's daughter! He  had her out driving in that little beau*.  ty of a trap threo times during- the  lost week to my knowledge! I'm  afraid c������Pld Isn't very kind to me,  You'll ond I'll die an old maid after  Apparently the meeting was by accl-  dent, but Miss  cheeks flush., and her habitual com  posure wns rippled for a second, while,  for his part, Mr. Matlock scarcely look-  cd at ber and, having passed a conventional "glad to meet you," lifted his  hat politely and; walked out lo hla  ���������mart littlo trap.  "I bad on my chic voile, tlio one  Aunt Tcssie sent mc from Paris, you  know," wrote Miss Warden to Madge,  "and my big white hat with flopping  fuchsias.   But it was all rank waste."  Bho couldn't understand It. Her  dreams badn't ended that way at all-  One day In tlio tiny idlo littlo bank  Horace Matlock '-stopped short as bo  recognized n stooped, gaunt figure with  ���������.patrician face.  "Why, U'h Professor Thornton, isn't  It?" he cried, stepping up to him with  a cordially outstretched band.  When Matlock yearn ago bad entered  Yolo iih a freshman Thornton bad been  tutoring, and qulto n friendship hud  eprnng up botweon them. .Subsequent*  Iy thoy bad lost track of ench other.  But tho satisfaction of llio younger  all, unless Tom"--  At thin point Mini Warden')* pretty  teeth absently caiiKbt the ion of her  penholder, while ftho looked dreamily  toward tbo sunny, tree lined street  Then she began to bum.    ������ ;  As Kbe started on tlm fourth bar of  her Ronj? ������ champaguo colored trap  skimmed I>y. .In it W* <i*������ charmliijf-  bacbolor, and by bis side was Cynthia  Tborntou-  ���������  Anlmeli Seen In the 8ea.  Mnny land anlmala nnd bli'da hnv*������  (belr lltloB tuken from dwellora In the  deep Kca. 1'erbnpn llm most curlcnfl  Is tbo sea mouse, which doon. not r,r  Rem ble Mio land monso In the Rllgbt-  est. It Is a worm of curious shnpa  and Hvofl on bind beyond tbo lido  mark.   Oflen, bowover, it Is thrown  man In meeting tbo older ono njcaltt , up on tho beach by Ktorms,  ���������wiih aemiine. Tho spa otter, whose tin- ifl romnrk-  'Toor old profoflsorl   now thin atnj | ably   valuable,   reuombles   more   lis  worn and aged ho'a becomo!" thought  cousin on land,   It. Is, however, very  Matlock  nu  ho drove tha professor  horuo to IiIh modcHt little cottage.  Out,'In tho cottaKo'a nldu vawl by Uio  rarely found, being mainly coitlltied to  tbo count of tbo northern I'ncttk',  Another flnny inhabitant.of tlio rcii  hollyhocks a girl wn������ picking a ������rent   Ib tbe wa owl,   It l������ not n bird nt .,11,  bunch of Hwect pens for the lunch  tnblo. When hIio lionrd <ho smnrt Ht*  Ho trap atop at tho unto ������ho loakud  quickly up from tho blom-oinlug vlnca  and wondered. Who wu������ (he cJWln*  giilHhetl looUliift Htrungci"/ And whoro  hnd ho pb'ked up dear daddy?  A few diiyn Inter MuHock drove up  ta the cottngo nimln. It w������h only do-  cent, ho told lilniHcIf, ihut ho should  ���������bow tlm profennor noma attention and  take him driving now and then. I'er*  bnpH noma day nlxo ho would tnko tho  profOKHor'a daughter IW >\\to(l her,  He liked Hie niitiirnl. tfmibii������hcd wuy In  which Mho hnd ncknowlcdged hef ���������,������*  tber'a preHontiitlon of hH������. with her  BlcevcH rollinl up and tier untiH full of  aweet peimi bo liked the width between  bor eyoM, tho broHiltb of lior bv������w, lhe  Uiim of her month Bho wan \tm prot-  ty thiih mnpy ymmg ������lr.������. but thorej  wbh iiUotu imr ii iicNmic*''. a m*������".'1- j  tie-in, Ihut iAi-i)������i-li h)������). a-)d b<. hnii noticed thnt ber llgure In br-r Himplc little gown ww* well molded a d allrn.  One evenltiK townrd twHIclif. when  out In tho open Inwn Irnti* were whirl*  |..���������     ,,1���������il,������������������.1f     nli,1     ������!l*ftlr.,l������lr,      M''*'n'',���������  dropped In upon the prnfcxsoi* to muko  bim a little call. Ue had fetched him  hln nfti'i'tioim mnll na pretext Whllo  they were Hitting out on Hit* porch f>'om  the shtidowy llt.li* imrlor came the Hrnt  cbordn of Het'thoven'a lH>Htitlful "Moon  Hjfhl Hom-tn " *  "Tlmfn Cynthln," niild rrofe^or  Thornton In miihwoi* to hU UiiwdV ftart  of mirprlnf. "f-he'������ tierer ton llietl. tie  matter how Imrd ������r l<'M' tlm dny hfl������  but n n������h. Its moro common nnmo |������  Iho lump nuckor. Uh eiirlou������ly form*  ed mouth, by which it faMeim illicit to  lhe rocl.Hi resemblog tlmt of (in owl{  henco the iinino.  Than tlm Ren winko-not to bo con*  fimeil with tbo mythical wn Rerpetit-  llii* pen ������lug, iho huh Hon, the won ������pl-  dcr, the neagull, thn non wolf nnd  mnny olimi'H aro all bnmed from luml  type*, but In many cnnoa It 1* only  nomo peculiar chnrnclorlntli! that given  them their tltlo.-reat*Kon'������  Tho Flret Loqomollvo In M������ln#,  Tho iirnt locomotive lined tn tho  Muto of Mnlno enmo from Kngbiiid,  hnving been built nt tho worlmof Hub*  ort rttopliennon & Co. In tlio year mtl,-  ntid mnde Hn llmt trip over the Ibiuwor,  Oldtowu nnd Mllford mllroiid on Aug.  10,1HII7/ Tlila rond wna then Rom-rally  Uni.i.ij ii* Uiu i<-<i'-io ioiio. nml (lie  lr.*ii*k u'jm mnOe <>f wowli-n ivill.'i  Mlrnppcd with Iron- The nliiK'lilpji usod  to roniipet tbo erialno nnd onra wpro  not put In stitches (sutures) if tbe  wound is deep or ragged or ln a place  that will not bo perfectly at rest when  the horse Is standing, walking, lying  down or rising. It therefore Is useless to stitch a woupd iu front of the  hock joint or on tbo thin skin in the  bend of any joint or in tlio skin and  muscles Of tbo rear parts which are  strained and used,In rising. Often a  borse suffers a wide open wound of tba  skin and the muscles at the side of the  tall Inflicted by the kick of the horse in  ____������_bexJLstaiL^  be sutured successfully. The Etitche**  tear out when tbe borso gets up, and  tbo wound Is made worse than before,  Tio up the animal so,that he cannot  lie down when such a wound bas to be  treated. It may then bo sutured If tbe  muscles are not deeply cut. The wound  then should be wetted often with, white  lotion, or n dry dusting powder may be  applied twice ii day.  A cheap dusting powder is made by  mixing together equal parts of staked  lime, sulphur and charcoal. Hun this  through a flour sifter to mako It fine.  This "is a good powder to dust on Inrgo  sores. In fly tlmo add a dram of Iodoform per ounce and the fllc>wlll ba  kept off. A moro cxpenslvo dusting  powder for use on sores nnd wounds  may bo mndo by railing together bno  dram of Iodoform and seven drams of  boric ndd. This, la good powder to  uso on a wound of the hoof bond  (coronet) Such wounds should not be  stitched. Cleanso them, clip nwny tbo  balr, dust freely with the powder, then  cover with cotton battlug or absorbent  cottou nud bnndngo snugly. Ilonew  the dressing onco dally. If thero Is a  big wound nnd n flnp of skin u cnllous  bunch Is likely to remain when tho  wound has healed. This cnn bo Inrgo*  ly prevented by plnclng n flat wnd of  oakum over tho tlrnt turn or two of  tho bnndngo Immediately upon tho llnp  nnd wound nnd then bnndnglng tightly to cniiHo proKfliiro upon the part.  When a horso gets n null prick, nnd  tsiicb wounda nro very common nnd  Berloua, ulwnya hnvo tho wound cut  down upon to glvo vent to nny blood,  Boriira or pus which should como  nwny. Evon Iho slight null wound  Bhould bo no handled. After tho cut*  ling sntiirnto tbo wound wllh n ona  flvo-bimdiviltba nolntlon of corrosive  BUbllmnto nud then cover with tho Inst  imwrJbod dusting powder, nbnorbcnt  cotton nud bnndngo. Mcnew tho dress*  Inn dnlly. If-pirn Ixmicn from tho  wound bo cnroful to cut nwuy eVery  pnrt of tho underini) horn or solo; thon  awnb with tho corrosive wiibllmnto solution und mo dusting powder nnd cot*  ton nnd htuidngo onco it dny. Pouring  turpentlno In a nnil prick doon not suf*  flro, 'J'ho ullRlit wound mny lio fob  lowed by lockjnw. Tho treatment wo  hnvo pnv-crlbod provents that dlsonso.  ���������:"'���������:��������� Ths Gentler Sex,  Senator Luke Lea, who recently saved his wife's life by surrendering himself to tbe formidable operation for  transfusion of blood,,, was congratulated ln Washington about bis '"'marital,  devotion.      . ������  "Yes," he said, "we still marry in  the old fashioned way down In Tennessee. Tho marlage do conveuance  hasn't reached us yet. Wo're not at  all, we Tcnnesseeans, like tbe Gobsa  Goldes. ;  "Gobsa Golde, at the nge of fifty-  four years, married a beautiful chorus  girl of seventeen.   That was ten yeai*3 j enough to have received offers from  ago, and tbe other day a caller said to  Mrs.  Golde, T  really believe you're  fonder of your husband now than you  were when you first married him'.*  "���������"Why, 'of-course-ram,' Mrs. Gobsn  Golde replied. 'My husband is richer  now than he was then.' "���������Kansas City  'Star."'      '"'���������' - ._.  5'" ���������  over six feet lu -height, weighs about  178 pounds stripped and is "bard as  nails." 'At Carlisle ho soon distinguished himself by his athletic prowess, but on the football field was looked upon as a marvel. Coach Wnrner  says be is the best halfback he has  ever seen, and the wholo football  World knows of his wonderful ability  to kick goals. He la the captain of  this year's eleven. Thorpe Is also n.  crnckerjack player at hockey, tennis,  lacrosse, baudball und basketball and  on the baseball field can not only cover  most nny position, but has pitched well  tbe major leagues.���������Ed  Leslie's,  A Goewey ln  GROWING  DIAMONDS.  This  ���������     Militant Tsictics.  "But what shall we do if the police  interfere with us?" asked tbe novice.  "Policel" sneered the suffragette leader. "If tbe police dare to disturb you  knock their helmets off, pull their j)air,_  c!a^w^lieir~faccsrBcreani and h"owl~at  them.   They won't hurt you.'"  "But suppose some ugly drunken men  should try to tear our clothes, throw  missiles at us and threateu us with  bodily harm?"  "Ob, in tbat case you'll call on the  police to show themselves gentlemen  and protect you.ll-Buffalo Espress.  For Ono Tblnfl.  "It is said that Indians never laugh.  Is thnt true?"  "I believe so."  "What Is the cxplanatlon-or is there  nny?"  "Well, for one thing, their women  never come out lu the latest styles  from ParlR."-Cb!cago Record-Herald.  Motives Obteured,  ���������'If wc women hnd tho voto matters  ���������would be simplified."  "I don't know," replied Mlsu Cayenne.  "They might be more complex. When  a man sent us enndy and flowers wo  wouldn't knol whether he was leading  up to a proposal or merely electioneering."-Washington Ktar.  Tbo Friend of ths PsepU.  Mr. Pompus (to butlcr.-I'm expect*  pg n deputation nt 12 o'clock to ask me  lo stand for tho borough I  Butler-Yes, sir.  Mr. Pompiis-Perbnps it would bo ns  woll to remove nil tbo-bent umbrellas  from tho hnt-standi���������London Opinion,  Process   Is   Scientific,   but   Not  Alarmingly Satisfactory.  Dr. W. von Bolton has been trying  to grow diamonds.   At a recent congress of the German Bunsen society be  described tbo decomposition of illuminating gas under the action of sodium  amalgam, which precipitated the cnr-,.  bon in tho form of black coal and, It  Beemedrof*diamondsrbut"tbese"Tvere~in~  too small quantity to permit of analysis.   Dr. von Bolton determined to obtain a greater quantity by making diamonds grow on Bomo other substance.  The Scientific Amerlcau says bo  placed fifty grams of 14 per cent sodium amalgnm ln a long testing tube  and coated, the upper layer witb a  diluted water glass solution, over  ���������which ho spread amorphous diamond  powder. The tube wns kept flt_.tt.tem-'  peratnro of 100 degrees centigrade In  n wnter bnth, after which a slow current of moistened Illuminating gns wns  Introduced. The amalgam was ullowed  to glvfc off its mercury ynpor for ono  month, when very littlo black carbon  had been separated, but on the Inyer  covered wltb dismond powder many  particles of high brilliancy were found.  Tho contents of tbo tube wero boiled  in a platinum crucible with a mlxturo  of fluoric nnd aulphurlo uclds. The  mlcro.'it'opo rovcalod tbat tho a-nor-  imous powder bad beon converted 'nto  brilliant crystals, truo diamonds, still  too small, however, to allow of annly*  uU.  Tho child just remembers and imitates.  .One has this shown very^ clearly ln  the historical records of royalties.  Where the young prince or 'princess  lias, through the pressure of state affairs, been obliged to live surrounded  by diplomatists and ministers, tbo  child, has picked up the'jargou in tbo  most astouishing fashion.  Is it not on record that when Mary,  queen of Scots, as a child of eight  years, mot her mother at Itouen, tbe  little queen's reply to tbe mnternnl  caresses was (ho Inquiry, "What factions continued to exist in the noble  families qt Scotland?" nnd "whether  the English still harassed ber native'  country; whether, worship remained  pure nud the prelates and clergy iftd  their duty?" -   / /  At eleven.she quotes Plutarch, nnd  at twelve she writes ah essay on tho  demeanor and duties of princes couched in the language of an elderly statesman. Yet, though a brilliant woman,-  who can say tbnt Mary Stuart's later  life was remarkable in wisdom and  diplomacy? Her precocity was Just  tho repetition of the sentiments and  expressions she beard about her.  And might not one hazard the opinion that the weighting of the memory  destroys other faculties and gives a  reason why the precocious child so  early becomes a distinct rocket���������Its  light and fizzle and glare all ended before maturity is reached. Perhaps It  is tills consciousness which makes us  all have n feeling of pity for tho precocious child and to rejoice so heartily  tbat juvenile -Msplaya no longer shadow our afternoons. In somo things at  least wo mako for progress.  The e/lo For Beef Production,  nerelofiiio the only chiuioo for pro lit  Jn winter feeding of cal ilo has boon In  the mni'Klu between tlio prices of Iho  ivt'u'.n In Um .mi uiiu ii������' ������iMi������������i.-jJ  levvt". In the Kj-rltii?. Thin mnrgln bnd  to moro thnn compennnte for llio los������  ou the gain'.* put ou In the food lot.  H  mnde of three ihlekneSHns of sole or   tbo cost of production eould bo so re*  belt Ipntber held toaetlmr by copper  diieed thnt tbe pntna ������orured would pny  ,,,,.,.���������.  n���������>.l,, utn i- .-.',. -m.,1 i-n -, ' ������t.n  or.it   nt  ;.r.������liii.������i..ii   Iho  -"l������l<*f  '>'������������������������  Banana Flour.  Bniuina flour Bpecinlly prepared ������������ a  tonic food Is mnklng Its nppearnnce In  Pai'U. Wlllilu n recont period this  fruit wns but littlo used in France,  nnd even now Its consumption is limited. However, measures nro being  tnkrn to increiiso tho Importation, nud  It is snld tbnt seventy vessels were  1'Econlly filled up for bringing tho fruit  to Europo. Unnnnn Hour has a much  moro extended uho In Knghmd thnn on  the continent, but efforts ure now mndo  to Introduce It In France owing to ltn  great nutritious vnluo.  Landowners of London.  The county council hns complcled nn  accuinto survoy of the whole iiren'of  London and tlnds thnt the ncltinl number of landowner*! In London Is Juitt  timlur ar>,000. Tbo Biivvcy further  Hbows thnt tbo Inmost landowners lu  London aro not private. Individuals,  lint groat public corpoiiitloiiH-niiimdy.  Ilio crown, tho eccleHiiiHllcnl commls*  sinners, thn Loudon county council nmt  Iho oily corporation,-Ixmihm Rpccia*  tor.   Travels of a Lift Preierver.  A llfo procerver which Iind ilrlfled  12,00f������ miles from the count of .Inpnn  to Scollnud htm been received nt tinu  ���������',.^,,,.li,,f\   li������   ^VntfillM    fMlioi'l-    Pnlllll'  ! it   finn t nd  from 'the Htnnlcy   I ml Inr,  \ which wont aground In Yokohama imr*  "Hnvo you ever seen yourself a cam , |mr m Sol���������pu.|,or. iutc������,   It Is liollovoU  where   tho   le**   could   contain   thfl | (U iu,vo drifted tluoiiKt) llio Nortliwcat  ffrenler?"'  '���������Certainly  Books For "tho* Littlo Folks.  Nowadays nobody remembers A  book entitled "Sandford and Morton,"  and nobody reads "Tbo Talent's As-  Blatant,'.' yet once upon a tlmo theso  two musty, tiresome, goody goody  books wero considered by wlso and,_  proper grownups to bo opproprlnto  and beneUclal reading for their boyo  and girls.  All of which proves the fallacy of  hankering for "the good old dnyn."  Wo should be grateful for our wonderfully ���������progressive twentieth coutury  that sends "Sandford and Mci-ton" uud  "Tbo Parent's AsbIsIiIiiI" dlpappcurlng  bencuth an nlmost bewildering nvn*  Inncho of charming juvenllo publications and bo glad that our boys aiid  girls nre provided with books written  to meet tbo needs of tholr nut urea nud  Imaginations. . -  l'oihitps tbo worthiest progress linn  been mndo In the books thnt nro now  written for very little folks, for thoso  children who tiro just beginning to discover the wondrous delight f,f reading  thcinsnlvf'H. Thoy must have books  wherein Iho print Is lurge, tho Inn-  gunge Blmplo and tho Illustrations nt*  tnir-tlve, And theso have been given  to Ihem. Not only O.rltnm's aud Au*  derwii'H fulry tales hnvo been retold,  but KIiihhIc.v'h "Wnter BiibbiH," "Hob-  Iiikoii; CriiHoe," "Stories of King Arthur's Knights" find "Undine" huvo  been IksiioiI Iu dollubtfiil Iltllo volume*  dovlsed to suit very ynung rendern.  Besides IIichc, thero nro mnny story  books and pb'tiiro books thnt nr������ marvels of worl'imuihhlp nnd flevorness,  Among thoso can bo recommonded  Itroolm's ".loliniiy (.Tow's (Jiirden.''  Blnlmloll's "Tommy Tinker Hook,"  llcnlilx Potter's "Tale of I'etcr Hub*  bit" and "Talo of fiipilrrel Nulkln,"  Ilolhrooli'n "Ulivwatlm Primer" uud  CluiKu'H "Children of tho Wigwam."  "I'm going to bleach my balr."  "Keep It dnrkr-ffnllre.  tl*aiy Umtn,  b������Dii, to piny tlmt sonntn for m# In tht   l0 jf,  to hook over nn upright stationary pin  bolted or driven Into n rigid tienm ex*  tomllna from the end of the enr It l������  snW that for n time the engine wna run  In opposition to a stx ox tenm employed by a Bangor lumber dealer who  wns not willing to pay thf* rates  charged on the railroad, nnd it wna  not until the mnmiuenifiit of the tint  cnnif to whnt he i-onslderpd fnir  elinrgca that be turned hi* troillc ow  ment of uncerlninty would bo eliminated. This Is where Iho Mio mnkes good.  Not only does It snvo the entire crop,  but It reduce* the feeding <-'o������t to o  prolltnblo busla.  Milk With Dry Mamie.  SVvor milk tbe e������w with wet hfndt.  hn more lllthy  habit Ic Indulged I"  tlmn thnt of milking on tlm bnml In  order to strip tlie tf*nt.   Milkingalintild  ! always bo dono with a full, dry imnd.  ,   , i-itMiiijitf, the ni'Kt iiiithiMillc record or  Pvo seen my wife, who j J)1|(,,I K|| occ,irrt.,���������.(., juid wns pickeil  ���������'"���������' '���������������������������"'- ���������'-���������'-'���������*;'��������� j ���������,, jK,nr djo ������iii*iijiuii juiiinux inn >i-v  my RRtnlloat iiockct,"-HK'hnnge.  v    Frlandiy Quoitlom.  "They tuiucd tho .V rsy on my brnln  nt thn bospltsl, but found nothing."  "Whnt did they expectr-Bnltlmir* ; ,������������������, s (,���������,;,, nicnt l.oKbi'r-* In frtitwi;  Ameilcnn.  Tha Simple Lift.  I'nllenca-And do they livo slmplyl  Pntrh-o-OIi,  yi-K   tbey   simply   livo,  tha fa tll.-VcnUeri ������tateimoa.  Excrolee Par tfta Bnbv.  After tlm bnby Is*li few weeks old II  oxt'ii'i.si'H its ovmi muscle* b.v lilcklng.  I'cnt'hiiig nml croivliig. Kvt*ry littlo  "imnd It make* esercl-'es lt������������ lungs.  I'm* thl-t rciisoii It Im not harmful for n  linby to cry a modern te n mount, every  ii,,'..    ������<i  miiifi'   -li-m,.'  v ij r,,,fc hmMliU  Im'nvoided If poRf-lbU*, ������h tticre nlwnyi  Is dnngt'i- from mi ovcivtriiln,    Whet  tin* bnby It* n fovv wi'������*I:h old It bcglni  to  (Ini.w   ill  iiriiiit nml   legs  nbout'  Then 11 nhoubl lie ullowed lo lie on ll>  lini.'li wlu'ii nwoke uud fxer'-lw ns II  ih'hli-i"-,    Tim  rliiil.inK  ������liiiiii'l  lu*  nr-  I'liiit'cil mo ns noi iii luliTfcrc with It*  . m      i .lAtui t.\ nn. ' iH-f  iiiMV'-mi'iii)**.     I hen*  is in*  more  niftom-rr*.   Tbey Imv,* .!,��������� bb.l I   n������v  ,���������,,, ���������, ���������,e gov,r,,m,..t to   r,-baa      ��������� |(- ^  ,���������, biipartn. ,. ..f horse, from Uro.d.     -       ^ u   ;,0UJl,I(U���������,I1),  ���������Cblcago Irlbuuo. (  tombur.  , ���������"'������������������  ' i"���������-W  Unablt t������ Eat Old Motora.  Tlm nmtmviir Is mnklng Itwlf felt In  new wny lu Pari". Thero arc a*great  and'they nro lliidiiig that tbc.r cannot  nml Mitlli lent utd tmrses t������ supply their THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA.,  ������-ii-**vttta!cw-;i_1f_>t(������r**  ||   Victoria, U. C,  jj    Phone 96,;  THOMAS' CROSSING  Sidney, 15. C. Pkone F 36  Cumberland, B.C.  Phone-33  Grey Blauk*-ts from "..  White Bhuikot*?.... .........  C>>infi!r!.(,M'n from   ������1.75 each and up  ��������� A naw Stock 0? Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  5 (7:=:::::^^= all JtiRtis,'just-received ^r^^^'O  ; Wc always cany-a full'stock of Beds and Eedtling,  ; ' Springs and'MaUiesses.  .' Faveetl'* Stove** and Ranges are. the be?!.  j CAi;i-~AN.D���������INSI'ICCT���������'TIIEM.  \ McPhee I-iock,  ������, McKIIf^IOH     Cumberland  ���������������*mmK*r_&m*%,-m*m-,>f'w&ri9f^afm*rw ���������*mK*a.mMXm**TJm*m2*a.."  5. NAKANO-& CO.  RSAL ESTATE AGENTS  U   Hum* Oi-fick 518, Kisgunrd St,  VICTORIA, B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANE  OF. COMMERCE. -'  CAPITAL, $15,000,000  REST, $12,500,000  >ilWWMMttilW������lfT a-e ���������WTWl  f^^arte-rmra ajt.  fedraw Wilson \  In a Matsheii  lie is op years old.  iio h.-is a charming  NOTICK   UV   DISSOLUTION    OF.  PARTNKRSHIP.'  NOTICE is bcrebv given that the  rtnership 'firm conducted by E C.  Krnile nnt! Arihnr Denton, under the  , , .. ! firm name and style of "B; C. Ciiaae,"  j was on lhe 22nd day of iNovember 1912,  ful wifo ' and throe , charming] r.u.y di solved. The -lius'mcss will' in  VlailHitors. ��������� i injure be carried on under the nnme and  I Fit,   diui.rlitere   all    look tmich ; sl>|c *,f ''���������'��������� C* Garagr,*5 by John Thorn,  ,������       ,������      ,   .        -.. sen hnd Arthur Denton  in  prlneishin.  (iivue hko him than thoir mother.  "iiu-y an- nil grown and ���������nimnvriKl  UU fir-it .tmine is "Thomas/1  Inn" he lias not used it-lor niiiiiy  Yvar.*-.. Tiioy nulled him Tommy  i.i college.  ilo does not use tobacco. Ilo  '-Vuil*** a little wino sometimes  .<:id n Scotch liio'lilmll when vyrv  .bed.      h-iittermilk is his favorite  Ik-'", iidgt-. :  Ht-is nearlj blind in his 'right  ��������� yi- as tlm result of an aoe.ident in  ���������\������'Utli. When reading lie holds  si n'l'.-iioele in front 61! the dam������g-  ���������0 "eye  His ftvonte recreation is golf,  i-iii he walks much.  All debts due lhe former fin., must be  pnici fori h wiih to Mess is Tnomson &  Demon. All debts against the former  firm must be presented to Messrs Thomson & Denton, who will pay the same  in s**,f;tr as their liaoility may thereto ex  tend, under and by virtue of lhe agreement entered into by them with, the  former firm.   .,  JOHN THOMSON  ARTHUR DENTON  E. C. EMDK.  D-UecV November 27th, 1912  E, C. Emde has sold out  his interest in the B. 0. Garage  to John Thomson ��������� and ..Arthur  Denton Andrew Thomson will  be oue of the active men in the  new firm, and a finer and more  obliging young nmn never 1 rod  ^���������le-s-t-reets-of���������G-u-ui-ber-1-a-ud.���������We-  wish the new firm every   snocoss.  Mr, Emde expects to leave shprt  ly on an extended    visit   to   his  "Id homo in the United   State.--.  BROS   :  MAROCCHI  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AMD PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  MONEY ORDERS    ;  Issued by Tho Canadian Bank of Commerce, aro a safe, convenient and  inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yukon  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United State3, are issued at  tho following rates:  $5 ond under .-.-.-    3 cente  Over    5 and not exceeding $10.    o  ������������    10      ��������������� ������������ 30 ,...10    *���������  "    30      " " 50 15    "  S.G  REMITTANCES ABROAD  should be made by meana of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS ������*nd MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates. s v  CUMBERLAND BItANOH...... ...W. T. WHITE, M  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEKR  . "   . Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  '.    SECOND   STREET  ^Zj/*^1***^^ **>&&*m&*%li^^^^  MiniMII^^  ������     , ���������������������������:,..'  mmn  1  liana  -*".** w*. a-t-m**m- ta  Dry Goods Retail Dealers  in Grade Silk,   Cotton  (/leaning and Repairs $1 50  Hepftirs 1.00 .  M aim lecturers   of Ladies'    and  Children's   Unde.rwiar.  Suits   Made  to Order.  (lIiMilERLAND,       -I).   ()..  ______1_T! ...... .... i^J.111.1 i.l...> _._.__ ...n t-.ii..   i~������f~~���������* t" V CI'-U"ITIT1Sd~ 10< <    >t-o��������� t Cll ���������  S.eepfi f n. 111 "to 12 .hours   out  of every 24.  d Likes" aiitoniobiling. but  oi'ten  goe^ to sleep in  liio molor.  Ii-.i is a  shorthand   and   jj] 0  writing expert.    Writes   nil   hi.-  yj.o che*-, lectures   *u:d bonks that  wuy.    Ue !n.o;s the   Grnham  sys-  !������ u of rdiorthaiul.  Me   is  5   feet 10 inches   tall,  v.e'j^hs 177 pounds.  lie   e.111 run a halr-inih.   at.   a  g i(n\   pace    witliont    losing   )\\u  ������������������wiivl."  Dislikes military di.sjduy.  lv\cept for a 1'ow thousand doh  larfi whiel) he saved i'ruiu  his sal  cry (i������   I'l'Ciiiiieiit of Princeton, he  lint- no money or p'operty,  Consider* ''Ll" his lucky uiim.  her.    There nre thirteen letter-* in  hir*   inline, nnd in hi-������    Ihirteenih  MM,' a.s iii-ofi'ssivr at   l'l-jncelou   he  wa*1   elenled its  ihirteentli  J'iv:d*  liCllt.  I.ikes fo fj_o lo lIui Ihenlre, pre-  leif; comedy or lio lit opera.  HUhc-U  f-Jitecli!^ v.ii iinpiMiiip  lu.  He   I ni:-.    ciioi'iiiourt    ears   uu������'  lar^c ni'.juih, witli   l.������i').:t.' irre;.ni!-.r  fi (iiiiiwli.it  di-i'olornd U c, 'll.  He   We.'il'i.    eVCj/illRtt'^    nil     the  I illle  Wa*. n ij.if"\ l)nci'b:ill su d foot-  hull placer when a youuj.', man,  WONDKKKUI.    CHRISTMAS  HM< GAINS  I'"1' .^S*'- 'n (damps, uiim -y order or coin, we will mail you  postpaid, i������ J-eauliful hi^li grade  Xmas. Card:'   and   6   embossed  1 '. r f        1       'if I    f if-Xf-Y. ('>(-}      1 '-.  Aiiii-:..   |������������i- 'U'l.i.    .'.1,,.   ()   .������ ,,, 1.1.   j jjj        -^..it.i.  ei   .lillltutui.iH i>   il   luii   iio   iii-i  funk    lhe    nssmiiuent.    v, 01 tb  double the price,    Time p:i'*!;i*ti-  lot' %i. iii'-lndiii'j.   fi������-c   oachet.'; <>!'  ils c'lrihos-x-il Xiuafi. wah-rH, show  iug Oftuadiu Coat of Ann*;.  II. C. liargniM lions* Dept,. C.  753 Uiclwirds SL, Vasioouver, JL  ���������   Licensed Auctioneers and-.Valuers.';  AVe have a large number of enquiries, for acreage in  Comox-Valley ; if.you have nnytliing to soil, LIST  WITH US,  3  *    m  GOVERNMENT ST.  ���������     m  On  VICTORIA, B. C.  Complete Stock of'"Ye-Oldc Firme"  aoos  Jl(������i.'-s������Jl������'*5>W*aWi!.4  We ���������are AUCTIO.I  SEE US if you want aside and we. will arranp;e, one at tlio shortest  "   possible notiee and got the BEST PRICES.  COURTENAY,  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS. :  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  - WSaWtmKtrmiSffMimm^^  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0.; VICTORIA, B. C  F YOU WANT"  -���������'    LUMBER' ���������.'*.  see us;, "  Coniox Sinvmill Co., Limited,  Conn ix,   B. C.  : *r������- ���������n������s,*������- *jl_t������*U������*;*  See Union Steomship Co'f advertisement on inside page for  arrival aud departure ofS. S.  Cowiehnn at and from Uul.n Bay.  EM  /^P.'CpT'B.  Shov/ of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,  Children's Hats etc  Courtenay,   B. C.  utrauiifliuiiifliiirn^  ^WHiHiRinraiiiniiiiwiuiiaiiHiiHa^  |  Capital Paid Up $11,500,000., = Koserve $12,500,000  !   The P'^yal -.6a'nk'.: of Canada.  1 DRAFTS   I?* "-iD   IN   ANY   CURUENCY,   PAYABLE   AL'L  1 OVER; THE    WOULD. J  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & iiiti'ie^t jj  g   at higheat CurrentTla'teu ulimve-d on Deposite of $1 and upwu.nlB.  I CUMBERLAND, B, C, Branch, Open Daily.  I UNION V/HAKF, B. <J���������   Sub-Brach,-Open Thuredaye  I D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  The town is quiet enough this  3*7 vmztxtKX.'TJr&zrrz* rar'tBiiaranninMWi*?  Jm.  E-iSmmm,-'W%fmtm'mm*i   Utlmmmmim.Ki*g.'JfSXim\  ff^-H Mil  kk  a -ww .wroimiww .whii-wu. *mtmta, \  The cfrfew. Scale Williams  ���������������f-t\*^lA*'.rn������-.'*������������ >**. ������*���������������.*"iv'f.tr'vT^.t*. **������J\i,mi+nm*-m-aatJm  %  aw;i\T&mfmUMmL?^'.f.^,  -o������������������  Used Exclusively in Canada  The   MrrntOPOLITAN   OPERA  COMPANY  (of iNcvv York.)  11 If you wan! a good reliable Piano, it will pay yon te give.as a call, U  til   Wo ������f������ Solv'- Aivi-irif:;.-.! foi-tl-������o abovo and other too Hi .".bio fvkiko.vi. Wo  i l " -  ,<]P uli.<> c.srr,-' tlao Victoi*  Gramophone i'.ioci VlctroS.'t*4,  pi] V\''jJ OUARANTUI:3 SATIS'HACTJON.  H Dunsinore's ''Wmh: .itci s:" Church St, Nanaimo   B, C. H  r  .. 'i,ar;,t.mU;^x.!'Ai-*-,^if.-^!.iVt ^^:a^:K'ri:.t'it"'::i������&.':^^^:'j |  :VV GOODS,    _ [  '���������������������������-������������������. arriving by (~vt\y boat.     We have just I  '������������������"n-i'V..   nf  T 'wl.'"-;'   Tsl'-iucr'c*   in    fM-(Mvll    Finn- M,  '.       ... ,. ,, M\m  i  ;nui ooul)Ut culls in ai. coiors.   1 nest: are jj  Blouse line al $,;���������.,50 and $4.00      |  PT   AMT/CTC  Uim.t~..\   H k M.   J   O  ,���������; 1.V Lxttid Canadian wool,   You should see l  .  iiii ,ing your wiuU r blankets, as wc consid- |  i'.-.u line on the mru!:ct for ihe monev.  % 1  Our Fail C ���������>'  nei wan  the   ���������  ������5  \  COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,   Open Daily.  WM.- HOPF, Maridser* "  %!llli;illllllllllllllllllllllllUUIIIUII!i!ltll!IIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIilllli:illlilitltllllUi:illllU!!IIU^  w-twwMnnrtaiMnA u J^v-_*w__wu_vrr.*ti* w������c# tea *m-\*^j*t t. at. av  is  P. Phillipps Harrison i  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  IU������a__(iil___MniWW'>iMI������MI_MiM_blMir)l  aunmaammmU  iWfWHUIklHHMMi  ManufaotTirea* ef WIN EE AL WATER  P. 0. BOX *10S  PIIONK 20....  aM*Umtammfaymamm.iimmvMtaan*ramn  CUMBERLAND  ,*..mif������*fm*..-m*.:i ,~*^i,-. ffr.iif-iimum hit mm ������ii->������i  .-,.,.���������...-..-,������������������������..J.���������^_.___,������..__.. -...������������������ ..mm.-.���������pp..|--fi-Tfrt-iriiriinrTnwifiii  i;i;i:ii!iil:  ���������=lilllllll������HIII,|IIIIIIIIIIH!l3=*^~=llll!IKIIIIIIIIi;!ll!lllll!llll==  "fl  ���������.''.  . 1  in in',  -. /���������-, v  '     ��������� J       *! ,  Made (rem c;r  our line bef<   .  cr wc '1  S������l  I  A   very t-uiiHiaiH al '-i-  llt'lill  (.'(.llcfttCll  IH  tOWII  ily in nit-l nf iliifrli Mil11;   w'.".-   i^j  llOllH-aii'l 'M/Utent*-   wtri''.'  n ciilii I ��������� j        P  '|i*<-fiv>V'"l l������v fin-      '*' ���������-- -'i- "   ]���������������������������'��������� : ������T  ^ ! '. r ��������� 1  * ������  U'*v������*''ln-M! hliw ill   *f - - J * ��������� *' J4T   "!!! I nf   '  fj , y..t   syi|f.| tilt ^   'AviC Ci ti'- .ilik I ^j IfciTJl ^Sl^ " jjf * *' >^  ��������� i;o at $.[.5010 lIv'.jO per j;air,  |99        i<? d*.  ^  Al'ttUI,       llilAHUIII,  ��������� ������������������-:.:��������������������������� ,'r-s j ..-j,^>, ������,-������.-0*as������iinf"*?-*N������lf t  ..-.''ni/e/AS'^l-'rm-.-iW'!.-!' yn|i {'  ih;nii:-.o;i:-: avknuk lit  ���������R   : siifiiiraRiffliiiiiiiriii!!!  ,\sy//i,\\\>fr ,.li* -i"-^-ii .,r.:v^./ i.viM^'  '"'''*' . :        . , i   '* 1,       '���������'���������'*       "  There's a Difference in the price.  ,���������,l  ��������� i,!��������� ,i;rr.  "���������' H '-**"-  ...    I,..,     I..I   ll I      ..,,,..,.,���������!,,.,!    ,M(-rn,.���������r,M  in tho  valuu   and   ollii'ijoucy uf 'these CyclcB,   Sonio  wore  I ilr.majrctl In tmnMt, sumo   uro Bimply ������������������filiop-iioilcd"   ami r  i-'oiiio have  been out   on   hire   a few Hnuto'only, but all  aro offered nt 1>!(> uducliotic    Let im iknosv your require  nient'5 and wo I'hull w-nd pariicnlai'i'.  DON'T FO IK OCT   Thnt    llio evpornllt uro   of   10.00 eaoh at  JMimh-y-s  entitlus  you   to   a   ticket which wiil xlum* in tlie  ^"ttK'^r O^l^/O^   W������  <l|,,uvi,,n fo1 ������ Sl������v00 ������������������Ovei-lHiMi" Aula.  /Ly'tAmPl! km*        m  Ifl-tl   vac> YATG3 I-JYROXn'  THCS. PUMI.EV  vuxm  ^*������i|f!Hi|t||ipil:i|i!!i||||^.  *^ii|^|i:ii|i|'!Iii|!r,!!!li!)^=r.rr^���������|i;Hi|!ll||l!llj|ljl^

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