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Men's Fine Shirts���������In tho very  newest  shades and  patterns, full length sleeves and easy fitters 1..25 & 1*50  Men's Fancy Hosiery���������In summer shades in leading  colors'at every'price.  Men's Summer Underwear, Fine Halbriggan, in pink  and blue; also trunk underwear in' fine strong mesh.  Neckwear���������A bewildering variety iu all  the newest  shades and shapes, and at popular prices.  :���������CLOTHING���������:  We fit all and at every price,  Our Grocery Dept., is stocked with  nothing but.the choicest.  SST'GIVK US A TRIAL ORDER. -  *    .  ffy **lftl*am*aj**m*a*a**1l*  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture  m  ������������������1 a 11 r���������"-"T** ���������������--���������-������������  S?  SI0K>?4 IiEISEPv & <30.,Iid|  mMMMmiHianBiu  Musical  eeti'ng. Of   ''Coucert  The Council  xjrsssoiiSSisstiaBai bcm  *^jS*  Phone 10  1*. O. Box soo  Baths,  Lavatories,  Plumbing,  Plumbing  Supplies  The   Cumberland Department Stores  (Late J. N. McLeod)  Direct Importers.  Tliis store is now being extended  and several new departments will bft  added and shortly bo opened up with  a.large and select stock of everything  appertaining to a [jonerii'l 'business,  .audit willbe the aim of the ������ianave  ment to give the Public first-class  goods at the lowest possible prices,  W. A. Wagenhauser  ���������AND���������  F. P. Onate-  PROPRIETORS  Corner of First St aud Dnnsmuir Ave  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ti  r  '*^3tayirrrx?mfS3mm^mWNiS*Xmmt^  THE CANADIAN BAM  OF' COMMERCE  CAPITAL," $15,000,000"  V  The regular meeting of the  Oonncil was held on June 17th.  Present, MayorMcLeod.Aiderman  Maxwell BeveridgeaudUaiupbell.  Oo miimnicationsTrom Dutch-  er Maxwell laid over for future  consideration; from the City  Baud���������the Chief of Police instni  cted to have instruments return-  fid..  Bills and accounts ������������������ referred to  Finance Comuiittec-���������amounting  to $39.95  The City Clerk was instructed  to get quotations on street spriuk  Jers,  J. Foster interviewed the  Hoard re securing an outlotfo r  his server, ns a bottom in the ecu  trc <>f bis lot was lower than the  sower iu the alley so that he  could not drain iu'o the sewer,  The Board of Works and the  JVlayor conficntcd tq go and cxnm  ine tho conditio!) ft������d instruct  Mr'. Foster of the ueceasary steps  lo tnke. .  II was moved by Alderman  Maxwell, .seconded by Alderman  Campbell that the scats of Aid.  Ilonml and Ooe be declared va-  rnrit ind n new r>Wtion for* two  "aldermen be railed for.  The City Clerk was appointed  lU'turuiiig Officer and the noiuiu  .aliens lo be held on .Inly and,  And election, j) Decenary, on  July 5th.  Alderman Beveridge asked  penni'asion to bring in n build  jn������v by-law to rej.nil.itc the con  Htructioii of wooden* buildings,  ;,vhich x\ as fjru;itcd.  Alderman Maxwell asked  leave to bring in a by lav; to  ^se-Miri." ihe loan of money for  Ilu* construction ol" e< incut side  w.'iltrs f������ii Diiiisimitr Avenue���������  );,iyu was gr������)j������������(J,  Most Successful Coucert Given  In St. George's Church On  Last Monday Evening,  Tho lnusic-loviug people of  this city were' well repaid for the  visit thoy made on Monday evening to St. George's Church,  for thoy listened to the render,  ing of a program, the excellency  of which is all to seldom heard  lu a town this size. A goodly au  diencc greeted the artiets of the  evening.  We, in Cumberland, always  appreciato our local talent, but  on this occasion special mention  should be made of the visiting  ladies, Miss , IJaggart, Mi^s  Faulkner and Miss Anley were  materially helpful to make the  evening a success. A geuuiue  response was made by the ladies  to the enthusiastic encores of  the audience. Much praise is  due to Mr, J. H. McMillan, not  only for his violin work, but also  for getting up of the entire programme, which was long aud  varied,  Banquet And  Presentation  George W. Clinton Is Tendered  Banquet By Masonic Friends  At Union Hotel  On Monday evening last, Mr,  G. W, Clinton's Masonic, friends  seized the opportunity of his up  preaching* marriage, to tender  him ti banquet at tho Union Hotel.  The esteem, and affection witli  which ho is regarded hy tho fraternity, was' evidenced by tlie  largo number of local and visit.  ing brethren present, and was  voiced again and again in thu  numerous tributes paid to hini iu  the course of the speeches delivered (hiring tho evening, Various toasts and songs were features of the occiiHioii, and during  the proceedinga Mr. Clinton was  presented by his Masonic admir  ors with several very handsome  pieces of eilvei^waro���������"For HeV  a Jolly Good Follow,"  Gideon Hicks, of tlie Ulck*'&  Lovick Piano Co,, of Viotoifa',  will return to tlmt city on  Thursday. Mr. Jlicks reports  business good iu his line, both iu  city nud district, he having phi,  eed several pianos since hia   lim  it is now Sir .Richard McBride, K. C. Mj G. Long may  ho live tu enjoy the honor.-?, for no  ono will doubt but that ho will  wear them with honor to himself  and to his country. Wo congratulate Sir Hi chard, ourdistinguish-  ed native son.       ;  General Manager Coulsou and  Mrs. Goubon arrived in town lust  week from Victoria,  Mrs. T. Bickle left for hor  homo in Victoria o\\ Sunday, after  spending a few days*with friends.  Paymaster G. W- Clinton left  for Cowiehan, B. C. this morning,  where ho will bo united in marriage to Miss Chambers, late principal of our high Bshool, Tho  happy event takes plnco today.  About 3750 havo already beon  collected for 1st of July sports.  Mr, Conleou has generously   donated $5U.    A good program mo of  sports is  being  arranged   and   a  gala day may bo looked forward to  on that date. It is expected that  a lacrosse nii'tch will bo played  between (.'ourtomiy and ���������Cumber-  land, Courtenay expects to carry off lacrosse and football prizes,  and Cumberland will have to go  some to boat the Courtenay Stars.  K&STy $lz,i>00;00Q  RS  Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, conx-cnient anu  'inexpensive method of remitting- small.sums v>( money. These Orders,  payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in the Yulcoa  Territory) and in the principal cities of the United States, tire issued at  the following rates:  $5 and under ���������    3 cents  Oyer    5 and not exceeding $10    6  "     10      " ������' 30 10  30      " " 50 15  ������������  11  REMITTANCES  ABROAD  ao  should be made by meana of our SPECIAL FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY  ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable) rates.  CUMBERLAND BItANOH W. T, WHITE,  Manniit 1  Hob Robertson is now conduct  ing   the   Vcndotne   Hotel.  Joe.Walker is the new propri  etor of the Now England Hotel.  ��������� Tho laclies of St. John's church  held a very successful sale of work  in Cumberland Hall on Tuesday  afternoon. Tho ladiefa ure well  pleased with the  results.  Mies Kflie   AlcFayden   arrived  homo from  ���������Vancouver on Tuch-  dny   evening.    Mis.i    MeFayden  haB boon tnlring a course at Nor  nial School.  Lightning thib morning phir!  Bomo little havoc with the ulxx-  trie light and  telephone  ByBteiini,  A. McKinnon will leavo on  a business trip to Vancouver on  Friday.  .flnrnoy Fanner wiih discharged  at, tho Nanaimo AH.sizoH, The  grand jury failed to hud a true  bill aguiuat hint  ARRIVAL AND DEPART-  URE OF MAILS  The following is the schedule  for tlwj arrival and departure of  tho, mails:���������  Arrive.Tuesday., at 8.30J), m.  Arrive Thursday at... .8.30 pm  Arrive Saturday at.... 8.30 p.m.  Depart Wednesday ,... ut 7 a.m.  Depart Friday at.7 a. uu  Depart Saturday... .at 4.30 p m  Tc.v J^obtor wuh injured ou  Tuesday by bciti<T thrown from n.  buggy by it runaway horse. Hu  is* badly briiioed, but not eorioiiM  ly injured.  Mr, J, U, bjckliitrt, of  l'emi-  Bylvania, the new nuiiagor of our  local milieu nrrivod   in   town IhkI  week.    Wo   welcome  Mr.  Lick,  hart,  ; FOR SALE���������One gasoline  iuuuch, io   11. [). engine,   ^uaei.vui  mat week,  0 inches long; 7 J ll, (.cam, cabin     K()| , s,lnd pc],uo) ������������������d 0 nm  to l.old a5 mn.     An up- hiW  to-date boat.   Terms can be giv- ,  . ,    J.   .      . .,   ,  ,    ������, their   annual   picnic   at Rcys  riti if nerp^nrv. A ������tnnn.   lviuunre ..      . '. ������ ..... ',''  ' - ���������* jjeacu on bHiuruny,   .mnu ������Aiui,.  at this office. Tr,linB wll, knvo mi-m at 0 n |Ilt  and thu Y at 0,30 a in,  Mr*. (Dr.) Gilhspie on tor* a hied nt tf'imi������ Ttuwl-iv IHth.  A -nut  * ������  iJO moiubnrs were prusent,  ���������-- ��������� ��������� ������������������ o ��������� - ��������� ���������*������������������  Den Gillespie and MeNimgh-  ton aro attending lhe Nauaiino  A������^izos.    Thev will   ret urn   this  xx-ci'k,  tmLWSKmmmmm^^ )  I  St. (icorgu'* annual Sunday  Hcluml picnic will bo held ou Saturday, June 22ud. Cniiveviiiices  will leave the church at 0 a. in-  a'td 10,Hi) tor tlio picnic grounds,  ire creniii etc. will bo ^obl on th������  irfuundfi. Proceeds ill ni'l of the  Sunday ^diool fundji. Hrlng your  hasb'lfl rtfld enjoy n duy xvith t]it*  pUiJdycw,  MKN'S LUSTRE COATS  In ihetic wnrm tiny* vou wfl������l Hoinelliiiijf cool to  weir. 'I'Iiummco-its uro always serviceable ami  well ipatle.   Prices $2 25 *  MKN'S 2 PI ROB SUITS  These popular suits were made expressly for tlm  Store' tw Marker <S- Moodv. of [.cmU, Knylaml.  Grey, blue, wiih white stripe and j;iccn with white  stripe and m.ule in ihe tegiil.tr oiittnj} style. I'aiits  nunle up in medium-, pe������ hipi*, belt loop* and cuff  bottoms,  simtTa  A iaij;������ r range iltan i-ver tilu'iwn io wliitf, lialm.ki  and cHnm|ir������!4"<. *-.<'���������", ;d*n motored ru'i'liKef", Zi������p-  lnis :iml Ovf.-rH; "if'^'nr.c'l *illr, silk ntxl wool  wmIi (.oft Wi.i.h liable collars and soft tuffs in all the  ncwCf.1 sli.i'k'j.  Ladles' Skirts  . ���������*   >    .  iii* ������.mi.it m iij.w in, .ii,>,.r| ttiiKi y.ali l.tMw  i.f.y i.t. }������,i; .Hi. j;.'.,, .,, l.,,ii,i,t, ,, (,.iim*,./ii   ,,i,ii tt 1 it  p!t*.'t!iu you ii) thi'. selcctioa. TIkw come ia tweeds  Panamas, series, worVitds, fari:)MJ>,ir,|;i., '.aiin������,  and many cytlit-v inatmials ranjiini; from fj.50 up,  Aimiha Uiipnw'M of thi.-poj'uUi line tu h.uiil in  ll.-iiiiiid, i',u y, UUifk, \i\U: line, Al'iu blue, old io:s(������  dark );r<;< n, broi������n ;it,d in one, price C'tr, 63c, jt,-;  alw; heavy laia'iii^ punnec (naniiil) at Si.00 yd,  Campbell   IBros*  Ditmrnuir clvtmst Cumberland, 'JT. C,  ���������mmMammmmmmmmn  ia*jL%im^pm*^*ytmea*^ TIIE A'T^VR. CUMT?E"tfT,.4.NB. J5. C.  IN THE  BALANCE  ...       ������ ���������  By LG.MOBERLY  Author of  "Dan and Another," "A Tanflled  Web."    "Sin of  Allso.t  Deer-  Ino,"  etc.,  etc.  WARD,  LOOK   &  CO.,  LIMITED  London,. Melbojrne and   Toronto.  r  Maypole Soap  FOR HOME  DYEING  Washes and dyes it  one operation, giving remarkably  clean, bright, fail  colors. Dyes cotton,  wool, silk or mixtures.- 24 colon,  will give any shade.  Colors 10c, black  15c at your dealer's  orpostp'd withb'k-  let "How to Dye'  Irom  F.L. BENEDICT & CO. Montreal-  (Continued).  "Quietly, iny dear fellow, Quietly;  there is no ���������need to bluster, ami it is  unite unnecessary'.to' excite yourself  in this way. If you wish to consult  me, 1 ain willing,to look into the matter tor you. "In this letter you mention���������this letter \Vrlttoii by your mother to Sir GeorgeV-somelhins'.is said  of the repudiation of Uie marriage  believed to have taken place between  your father and mother?"  ".My mother was lirmly convinced  that the marriage was a legal one,  until���������suddenly���������my father went abroad���������deserting her. and declaring  that the marriage was not legal at  all." .; ��������� ���������������������������;  "But why? In what way Avas it illegal?" Before the lawyer's eyes  flashe(WJie remembrance of a dying  man in a London slum���������of that man's  passionately uttered words, "I cheated her, "y6u see; poor Marion was,  easy to deceive���������an.y.fqbl could have  done it; slie was really my wife all  the time; 1 made her think it was  a mock marriage���������1 didn't want to  have, her worrying me in Australia-  it was all right really���������and the boy  will be my heir���������don't forget that the  hoy's my heir, I mean my son. I've  got a son���������I've wronged him all thesis  years���������but he is my own lawful son,  and my heir���������tlie heir to Mansmere  and the old title, I want, you to right  my son--that's why 1 sent for you���������  to see that my son gets his rights.  You must right my son!" But being  an adept at. stifling all uuwelcome recollections, he thrust this one into  the back of his mind, and ended his  ��������� sentence with the words^--  " Possibly���������your father���������already���������  had a wife���������when he married your  mother." '  The elation and excitement died  out'of Tritton's face, an ugly look of  vindictive hatred shot into his eyes.  "The skunk!" he cried viciously.  "Oh! I don't care a brass farthing  about his being my father. I feel no  respect for him. He deserted my  mother���������he left her to light the world  alone as best, she could; he kept his  son out of his rights, and now���������you  suggest that he had another wife.!"  ������������������l-only-say^that-it-is-possibler^his  1s a matter which must, be carefully  investigated, Nothing will be gained  liv being in a hurry". If-you say your  father went, abroad the-investigation  may he a long and cosily one."  The lawyer's small grey reyes  searched the face before , him,������ and  found there exactly what he had expected to find-vacillation, impotent  anger, and a' combination of weakness and obstinacy, Mr." Soames, as  he spoke, was weaving schemes in  his busy brain, and planning"for future contingencies, while in the back-'  Kromvl of Ijis'mlnd a wpak voice  .seemed to repeat, with parrot-like  persistence, "I wan'; you to right my<  son--that's why 1 sent, for you���������to  see that, my son gels his rights. You  must right my son."  "When I. am righted"���������the lawyer  almost started nt the. echo lo his  thoughts;' nlniost, not. finite��������� "there'll  lie money enough fo spare for everything. Tlio Mansmere estate ia a  rich one. Vou needn't be afraid  nbout the money."  "You aro making very sure that  ypu will make good your claim.''  "T seo very little reason to doubt,  thnt i shall be ablo to make it good  II' 1 gel, nu experienced lawyer to  push if lor me, and 1 come to you be-  cause I believe you can do what I  want,'  The Best Treatment  for Itching Scalps  and Falling Hair  To ftllay Itdilnt,' and Jrrlmiion nf the nnfp,  crii'U,'wulpfl mid dandruff, ond promote I to  |,iu.'dtl uud li'iiuly ul l,*,; .������>', (������������������'; l.'���������-n. ������..fc'  inrclaltrci'hnoiit Is ill"'!, flfwth'i, nnrcculiln  und H'otioinlnil. On rcilrinit, cmiili tlm Imlr  imt i-tralBlil iilluioiiiid.tSiiii l������Ki;i .it t!,������-fW'>  unit tnnkMi riarlliiy, t'cnily rul.lilnif (.ullcum  (ilnimni Inlo tlio partlnji Willi n Ml/if anil  llmmiilIiiMever llioend uf llioflmti'r, Anoint  ��������� ���������  . ,...,!..,   .1   .,,   1    If  ,iii |,i,,ti n j.-i-f  iii'ii'l' I h'li ivl'iuTe m ;i In ii, f hi'iii t mi led, Hi" m;r-  !HPi(l)(liii;t(ii;i'i Hiuruilciiraqliiiiiii'iit nn tt >;  M,.lp i-kln ruilitr Hi.iii im Um hair. Jt i\x-M\  to T'lneo iv Hk'iI <"''<'rl:i!t ������vrr llm Imlr tu  lirotcrttlm |illl.nv fruiii piiMiilil* Miilu. llm  iiMct moniluc, i-Ii,-.ni|������i<> with Cuticura *w>|������  mid Imt v.iiiir. .Sti.impoofi olmit} mny hi  ii'Ml uh oil. ii H-'i ucrccali o, but onco or  Iv.'lic a iii'intU U Hi nt-niiy Mittli'lmtt for  tdl* -ifi'itl trMitnifiit hr women'* Ik*Ir. Not-  uiih,t,iiiilliiK('iilli'iir.ii'(jap������ri(loliiliiiciit nro  mid <vi rjrwliMe, tlioio ������Milne to try Ills  (rr.-ttrri'iit imv ili> M> wlllmiil ct[iiii"(> li/  ������ii"!uv,' in'Tuliciifii." l)ipt.4M, lliti'nil, IJ.  8. / ., I'H ii In ������ m������iii|iI������ (if ('uiu uiu nap uinl  tjiniuictit, v.ItU ;i;M>. book on fcklti ������tt>t Imlr.  How much, nearer, the truth were  his words than he himself supposed,  Ti''itton was quite unaware; but his  work with Mr. Soames had taught  him that that geKleman was above  the average astute. What the young  man did not know���������what perhaps  none of the lawyer*s friends and acquaintances knew���������was that the solicitor's love of money amounted almost to a craze, and that during the  whole of tho foregoing conversation  he had been making profound calculations lis fo which would best suit  his purpose���������which would mean most,  actual financial gain���������to tell the  truth at; he knew it about Grprge  Hernesley .and George Hernesley's  Son, or to suppress the. truth and  await Sir Miles' death, and tho reap  what, harvest could be gathered from  Oliver Dynecourt. .������������������'.;  Money���������the question of money-���������  the whole affair resolved itself into  tliat. To build'up a great fortune  was Edward Soames' ambition; he  '.vas totally indifferent as to what,  methods he adopted in rearing his  fabric. With an impassive, face he  read the letter written by Tritton's  mother to old Sir George���������and reading it in the light, of all that he had  been told by the dying man in the  South London slum, he felt littlo  doubt that his young clerk, who went  by the name of Denis Tritton, was in  truth Gii'itleT to be called "Sir Denis  Hernesley."  ��������� "Of course. I've got a copy of that  letter," Denis said with assumed  carelessness, ''I thought it was safer  to keep a copy of it locked up in case  anything happened to Jhe original."  ��������� "Much safer���������very much ,;>Safer,"  Soames . answered mechanically,  whilst still his busy brain sought,  how to'temporize.  ���������' ."I have very little doubt that Sir  Miles will recognise my claim," Denis  went on; "he'is not the sort of man  to do another fellow out of his  rinhts."  "If the other fellow 4jas rights."  ���������I'or the life of him Mr. Soames could  not keep a note of sarcasm out of  ���������his Voice. . I :       ' ���������- ������������������''.  = "T faucv'Sir Miles has rather strict.  views about honour and justice, and  all. that sort;of thing. And if he  ���������kue_w_lL-w:as���������old_Sir__George:s_grantl^_  son he would be ready enough to see  me righted."  ��������� That, phrase again. Tn the lawyer's  ears it was beginning'to sound almost  fantastic, almost, ominous, but though  a little chill of dismay crept through  him af. the bare idea that Tritton's  discovery might be made known to  Hernesley, he successfully concealed  his dismay. v  "Sir Miles is, as you say, an entirely upright man, but. he is also a man  of the world. He would certainly  take no steps to do anything in your  favour without decisive proof, Ho  has a wife and possibly heirs lo consider. They will naturally weigh  heavily in the scale, and your proofs  should be incontestable before you  lay them before him,"  "Sir .Miles would not even let his  wife nnd children stand in the way  of his doing what, he thought right,"  Denis said obstinately, and there  leapt, unbidden Into the lawyer's  mind some Words which ho did nol'  remember to have heard since ho  hoard tliern al, his mother's knee---  "Though It were to his own hindrance."  Miles llei'iicsley might have stood  I'or the portrait.of that godly and upright geiie'.tmun whose character is  drawn in the "Gentleman's Psalm,"  He, too, would nover allow his own  claims I.i stand before the just claims  of his neighbour,  "Though If were lo his own hindrance,"  "I (|ii!lo agree with you about, Sir  .MUoh' Inherent sense, ol' right of justice," Air, Hon Hies said winvoly, "hut  I still maintain that your proofs  should be inoonlrover!Iblo before you  take your case to lilm."  "Gain time, gain lime." were ihe  words Unit bout a Hlng-song luno In  his brain as lie spoke, "However  Just Sir .MiliM may wish���������and rightly  wish���������to bo. lo you, he must, also be  just to his own wlfo mul children."  "If it hadn't been I'or Hie tlionglil  of hln wife, I Hhould lmvo gone  Mlriilglit to him boloro I came lo you,"  Denis answered shorlly,  "Vou know l.inly llornoHley?" A  niifldeii I'liarp glaneo shol out of Mr,  Hoiiinefi' eyes, a gllmmerlMg oC'ilnwn  shone through Hie dnrklioHS, "Did  you Know her when you lived nenr  llinnlliiirHlV"  "I was \fi-y orten at hor fitlher's  house; I knew her quite well," A  dull flunk crept Into Denis' willow  fiici,'. "I don't like the Idea of making nny difference In her life now,  If 1 fell Kir Mllesi the I mill If will  niiiku a lot of ilil'1'ei'enei.i lo lior nn  well nn lo li tin. And yd, I hnve my  own rights to consider."  MT     I      ..   .   .    I I.I Ml I      . ,���������    ,  * " '      .< hi 'i    nn,>,ii , till      ,il ,. ,, I. I     , (. ,1  ii (Hidden iivi'IkIhc; of linger nealnut  the mnn who tiserl It, Ilo wan iikhiiII-  ed hy an Impulsive longing lo strike  lhe sallow, vfufx face to wipe from  II Ihe fnliioini, (lepi'ecliilliig hliille,  Mill   he  (.fill   spoke  quietly,  or man who would try to suppress  justice. He would deal fairly hy me."  "Undoubtedly. Hut you will be  most ill-advised if you act precipitately. Leave me to make the necessary investigations, and then let ns  approach Sir Miles in the matter."  Denis appeared to be convinced of  the wisdom of Mr. Coapies' words,  and the interview closed,in what the  '���������awyer nattered himself was a satisfactory way; but who can calculato  upon the actions of-a inan whose  very na.ure is compounded of wvak-  uess an'I irritability.   ���������  When Mr. Soames opened his letters on the Monday morning', three  days after the clerk's disclosure to  Him, he found a note from young  Tritton, as he still called him. It  was short, ill-written, covered with  blots, and had. evidently been penned  in haste.  "Dear Mr. Soames,���������T have been  spending Sunday with my tenant, Mr.  Bevan. 1 have made up my mind to  show Sir Miles that letter I .brought"  to you. 1 shall go and see him to-,  ���������morrow afternoon, ho is away till  then, so that I shall not bo in the  ottiee to-morrow morning.  "Yours truly,  DENIS  HEUNNSLEY.  'T.S.-t-I have no doubt, tliat is my  name."        ��������� '  Mr. Soames swore aloud.  Swearing was not one of his habits,  but tho blotted letter in his hands  roused in him a frenzy of wrath. This  fool, this ass, this weak and blithering idiot (those were the epithets he  bestowed upon Denis) had foiled him.  VUs schemes wero to be rendered null  and void by a numskull wlio did not  know his own mind, who had not a  mind to know. ; Ills elaborate plans  were to come to naught because this'  confounded young ass chose to tight  for his "rights," and his plans had  been so well laid, so certain of success.  He had made mv his mind that upon the (ieath of Sir Miles Hernesley  Oliver Dynecourt would marry;v���������'Sir  Miles' widow, and that for the rest  of their naturallives it would be his  pleasant task fo blackmail Oliver as  much lis . he pleased���������besides receivf  ing- a substantial sum down at the.  outset. In his own mind the lawyer  did lift mince matters. His ideas of  what lie intended lo do were entirely  lueid and well-defined, and he was  fully convinced that even the Privilege of acting as solicitor to Sir Denis  Hernesley (suoDosing, that young  man to substantiate his claim) would  not compensate for all he might, contrive to acquire from "Oliver Dyno-  coin't.                    '   , - "'    '  He was white with baffled,, fury  when he read his young cliont's letter for the third time, and there Was  an ug!>; look of hatred on his face  a s.. h fi i-i 11 iter ed. - u nder his br en 111���������^',.  "At all-costs that young fool must  be prevented from spoiling my gariie  ���������aJ^alLjaosts^ ������������������"'���������'       '"   - ^  '"ti'-'--"  TRADE MARK REG.  Sheattiliigf Paper  ���������a high-grade, paper, odorless,  tasteless, free from tar,  ,' v/aterproof,- exceptionally strong  ���������will not tear. A durable  andveffective. interlining for  walls, floors and ceilings.  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Hero the hostess appears, offers  her occidental guest, tea or champagne; or both, with cak������.s and candied fruit or lotus buds. Then she  may lead one through other courtyards, all with tho usual one-storey  rooms around them, and into her secluded garden of rocks and pools, of  pretty paths- and bridges, of clustering trees and llowcrs.  In such a palace as this each courtyard, with , its surrounding rooms,  may be the special home of one of  the sons "and his wife and children;  but somewhere in the maze of walls.  under one of tho low, tiled roofs, is  the common dining-room, with. Iho  kitchen beyond. Hero ' the men of  the family eat together, twice a day.  and afterward the women and children. ' And somewliereTTtlBO there is  a central family half, with the ancestral tablets, wljich must have their  tribute of incense at proper seasons.  These are held in such reverence  that no foot may pass above them,  and therefore two-fttorey dwellings  are unknown in regions uncontamin-  ated by foreign influence.���������The Century.  S THE WHITEST, LI6t  MKING  POWDER  ^|W STYLE LAB|y  NEVER ANY FAILURE  OR DISAPPOINTMENT  WHEN  MAGIC  BAKING  POWDER  IS USED.  CONTAINS NO ALUM.  COSTS NO MORE  THAN THE  ORDINARY KINDS.  MADE IN CANADA  (To be Continued.)  WINNIPEG'S    CHILDREN'S    HOSPITAL .NEEDS NURSES.    '  Winnipeg,'as'many of our\ readers  are aware, is making progress in every direction, but in all its progress  it is not forgetting the poor, -abused  or sick children in its midst or in  Western Canada. It has many splendid institutions for the care and protection of such children, but of all  Its enterprises in this direction, none  is mo"c deserving than the Children's  Hospital, which u band of philanthropic ladies a started but a few short  years ago and which has grown to  such an extent that a large and commodious hospital building has been  erected in the north end of the city,  This building Is rapidly nearln'g completion and already l's-housing a larger number of sick children than  have beon treated at ono time in tho  history of tho institution,  The new hospital ia consthtcteil upon entirely modern and scienlifle  Jlnes In nil departmeiits, nnd will undoubtedly shino ns tho greatest chil-  (li'on'f hospital of tho Dominion when  il. Is completed und in. full operation,  Now that It Is ready for the tiny  patients, Miss llamsoy, tho ablo Superintendent, is desirous of enrolling  a limited number of Canadian girls  uh pribiiiloners, Aa this Is a very  exceptional opportunity for any young  womnn who contoniplatos inking up  tho profession of miming, thoso who  aro thinking of it Hhould communicate  at onco with Miss Ramsey, Tho  'course In lliren years, during tho flrnt  year $7 per month Is pnld tho probationer, the second yonr $8 and Iho  last, year $!), All necessary books aro  supplied by tho hospital, Afllliiilloii  wllh the hospitals In general, contagious and maternity nursing Ih also  one of tho foatuim A pout graduate course of bIx months or more  may be added,  As no bettor opportunity could hn  open to young women Inking up the  honored and honorable profession of  nursing, those who wish to learn further detallH nhouid communicate with  MIhh HaiiiHey at onco, caro of Children^ Hospital, Winnipeg,  MCPHERSON  SHOES  i.ook   better,   nt    better,,   wear     *  longer and give better satisfaction  than ��������� other ..makes. .   They  are the result of,DC years' ac-  __oiiTnulated   knowledge _an_d _exv_  perlenci; Tn bull'dlng High Grade "  Shoes.      Stocked    by    leading  dealers  everywhere  In  Canada; ,.  The John  Mcpherson co.,  Limited. Hamilton,,Ont.  "Your husband, says he leads a  'dog's life,!',.' said one woman.*       ,-..  "Yes, it's very similar," answered  the other. "He comes in with muddy  feet, makes himself comfortable by  the lire and waits tb bo fed."  >;  ���������vo  quickly sloiislcouiihs, euros colds, henl-i  lio Ibroet end lunis  wt) cents.  Tommy���������Pop, what Is the difference botwecr an epithet and an epitaph?  Tommy's Pop���������One is applied to a  mail before ho is (lend, and the other  a,ftcrwiu'dB,--Phlladolphia Record..  An attachment for n telephono receiver hy which another person can  hoar what is being snld over a wiro������������������  a stenographer, for instance, who is  to tako both Bldon of a conversation���������  hus boon.Invented.  The Nervous  Invalid  .A German Election Story  Stories Avith more or less foundation in fact are, as might be expected, current just now about lhe German elections. According to a Paris  contemporary, Dr. Schifferer, a national Liberal candidate for iho  Reichstag, in tho course of his "campaign, overtook in his motor car a  herd of bullocks. The doctor drew  up af the side of the road, whereupon  the beasts all stopped. Than one of  the animals turned, and facing (he  motor put out his tongue. Dr. Schifferer, who is known for his attacks  against the Agrarian League, wa������  furious. He surmised,that this was  an act. of his political opponents, who  had trained the animal to put out his  tongue in this way in derision. .The  drover, however, was able to pacify  the irate doctor. The beasts had been  sent, to market ._and_^veje_returning  unsold. ~"T"o"mee"t"lire"reoruirehi?nts"of  the Department of Agriculture they  had been examined four times during  the day by official veterinary surgeons. Seeing the motor stop, the  bullock thought tho doctor was a  veterinary and automatically put out  his tongue for inspection.  ,'Why suffer from corns when ihey  can be painlessly rooted out by using  llolloway's Corn Cure.  Among the voluntary helpers In the  work of compiling the Oxford English dictionary, tlie most learned authority on words and phrases of the  Elizabethan peilofl, according to Dr.  I-I. A, Miers, principal of London "Unl-  versitv, .was a-railway clerk.  Over  twelve  million  square  miles  are embraced by th< British Empire.  Mixed Farming Certain  In every country progress has been  attained only against opposition. Svs-  tems of farmlng,j us of everything  else, nre improved only as the force  of circumstances demand and old prejudices dio out, Everywhere else  there has been the sumo cry that thy  newer, progroijsivo diversified methods, that, made for permanency In  agriculture, would "not pay." lint  the men who raised that cry onn by  one had to drop out of tho raco or  change their systems.  Mixed fufmlng-ili Western Canndii  will pay, and ln ninny of our older  districts It will bo tho only'kind  of farming that will pay. Weeds and  soil, drifting and mortgages .aiid  lnnd'impoverishment, bye and byo  will put tho mnn who says that mined farming doesn't pay out of business, and the mixed farmer will then  luy hlK land and make money out. of  it���������hy  "illvei'Hinod  funning."  Hy all means lot us correct our  economic wrongs; but dont let ns say  thabprogrcBulvo funning methods aro  a mlHttike���������Nor'-Wost Farmer, Winnipeg, Manitoba,  The World Knows  the best preventive and corrective of disorders of the  digestive organs is the gentle,  harmless, vegetable, always  effective family remedy  BEECHAMS  PILLS  Sold everywhere,     ���������      ���������     In boxes, 25c.  "Do you ever Ilo to your wlfo?"  "Yes; lt.it It's no iibc,   Sho goes uio  one better every time'"  "Howr  "Bhe says she be'iluves me!"  Tin.!  true,  hlrong,  and  himiihI  uiiiid  Is th������' niliid Hint cnn eilibi'iiee ������_*rjiin 115-  Ui'i-a'  things nml small,  W. N. U. No, C04.  forget your right*, but we iiuiki go  hlow. A������ you jut'.lly nny, lhe iiHnl'r-  Hon of your clalniH must make a  Meal difference to l.udy llernonloy.  Precipitate itcllon Im very much to lie  avoided,"  "Hut I Hhould like lusi 10 hiv ihe  '.we before ,s|r M|]������.;<1" Ileitis reller-  tiled wltb the (-.liiitlimte pcndMence  of a weak n'ltiiiv. ")|������> might nun-  gest ri coinproniii'e, do iwnicililng to  - well, to improve thine* tut me a  Iil, 1 don'f sec why 1 HllOiildn't put  iii l.ifoii  Sir Mile*.   Ili< Ih ti' t the >,ort j  iii'\n\ fur fiw s.'implo In IVpt, N'.r���������N*a  tlonal limi; & Chemical Co., Toronto.  Far Greater Sufferer Than Man With  Broken Leg,  Both Mind and Body Are Reotprcd hy  the Vntf of  DR. CHASE'S  NERVE FOOD  There Ih no suffering no keen ������h  that which iii'Ihch from dlKeimo of  tho brain and nerves,  I'liyslcal palit Iti Intermittent and  can hn relieved, hut ���������when tho norvo  cells becomo feeble and wanted inliiil  ti������ well iih body Ih affected, unci all  fn blacltnesH and discouragement lo  Iho fiiiffoior.  Tho hralii Is starved for lack of  rich hlood, and thero are h "iiIiicIich,  and neuralgic paliiH, HleepleHHiiesH,  IrrlUihlllly, Indigestion and Iohh of energy nnd vigor are among the uymp-  toniH,  I       i ilu  uim,   i.iiii  .1  uiuiii.,1 1(>,  iiiirt (lu:  1 r.vmymthy of nil who l<now him. bul  ' tlio man who Ih broken In mind ns  woll im body by ncrvmm exhiiiiHtlnn In  told that ho only tliinKu ho is sick,  Since the cauae la In tlio condition  of tho ncrvotiH Ryutom, It can bo nv  ,1     .1     , f   ?-,..    1.,      ,  Norvo Food,which gow directly to tho  formation of rich hhliod and tho test-  oral Ion 0' l,|u fcfble, wasted norvo  cellM.  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It Ih Iltllo  moro than a battered Htlck now, hut  Ih immlHtnltnbly a doll, No 6110 could  ii'imo a fair valuo for hiicIi a prize,  vh'elt Hlaiidii out iih a proof lint tho  child of tuduy Ih Hlngulnrly like her  little Hinter fiomo twonty-llvo lumd-  ltd yoni'B iim>.  * REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. -<  Mnn, WiN������r,ow'H Hoqtiiino Svhup lias beejv  lined for over (ilX'l'Y VUAKK bv MH.l.HINa of  MOTHHK9  for   tlieir   CIIII.UKUN   WHIMt ,  ���������i'KK'l'HINO, vrlth  rHKi'KCT 8tlCCI!S8.    It  BOOTIIHK tli5 C.II1UV SOl'TKNH the OUMSj  AIJJAYHl.llI'AINl CUKKSWINDCOUC, SM;  In the l>e������t remedy for DIAKKIKliA, .ItlmU  nolutoly liormlctn,   tie mire and auk for "Mis.  W'lnMow's Hootliiui; Hyrup," ond take nootkei.  hind,  Xwciitviive cent* a bottle.  A 7������/o Safe Investment  7 per cent, Biinnmtood and a nliar*  In furthor profits.  'J'ho nbovo Houurlty Is tho bent In*  dimtrlnl ever offorort In Canailn.  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",r     >,. ,    ,.,,...    , 1           1,11    ,,  llt'.cd yoiti' hut." h "  Well, Well!  THIS l������ft HOME DYe  Ihat ANYONE  son use  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burnt; Etc.  "What did thai very polito mnn my  when yon called lilm n member of tho  AnnnlnH Hub? TIM Im evclnlin,  'Von'ro nnothor'?"  "No, Indeed, lie Btlilleil and unhl,  'Welcome fel'ow-nicmhcr!'"  The cnfilllenl fur Ib that of Mia r.rn  offer. A nlnglo Hkln of UiIh nnluml  will fetch ns much an |1,000.  kldij������clALL^M������  DIFFERENT KINDS  y^^mm-- w\\h the SAME R������o.',  '        I used  DYOLA  0NE0Y^������AlLK!NDS^^  CLEAN and SIMPLE to Ut*  NOil,.������r������.(n;lnflli������WROW������I>������������������M������li*Cl������M������<li  mil' hi������in 1 ������l,ir, All i oloit litimyrmt IhnnUl ������i  VtHttr, rilKKColof Cird.nd *n>UV Ikiuklitll,  hka >oma.o*-*limti*fu flam 'imlt*4, Mn.u tt.  1.  tan A  THE NEWS. CUMBERLAND. B. C  ZAM-BUK IN THE HOME  Read How Useful It Proved in These  Widely Different Cases  Zam-Buk's strongest point is its fcf-  feetivenass in all kinds of skin diseases and injuries. Just note how excellent, these persons proved it In  widely different directions.  Sore Heel.���������Mrs C. A. Campbell, of  Powassan. Out., writes: "One of iny  heels was very badly blistered by a  pair of new shoes, and tho poisonous  dyo from my stocking,- got Into it, and  made a bad sore. For a week-1-could  not put on a shoe, and suffered great  pain. 1 applied Zam-Buk, and in a  fow days it drew tho poison out and  healed .tho wound."  Bad Cut.���������Mrs. J. Virgin!, of Onondaga, Out., writes: "Zam-Buk healed  a had cut. which I sustained. 1 was  hurryfng across my yard one day  when 1 flipped and fell heavily, my  kneo striking a sharp stone. Al tho  moment. 1 did not realize how badly  I'was hurt, but I found I had a bad  cut aboui. two inches long, very jagged and very deep. Wo bathed the  cut and applied Zam-Buk. This stopped the smarting very quickly, and  In a few days it had healed the wound  completely. For cuts and bruises  Zam-Buk iu a splendid remedy."  Eczema Cured.���������Mrs. Antoine Ar-  scnault of Maxiamville, P.K.I., writes:  "I can highly recommend Zam-Buk to  any person suffering from eczema. I  had this disease and was under doctors' treatment for two years, without any good result. I theu tried  Zam-Buk and in the end it cured me."  Zam-Buk is just as good for piles,  blood-poison, festering sores, pimples,  eruptions, cuts, burns, bruises, and  all skin injuries and diseases.,, 50c.  box all druggists and stores, or pose  free for price from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Try Zam-Buk Soap, 25c.  tablet.  Mixed Morals.  Logan M. Bullit, discussing grafting  In Philadelphia, said tho other day;  "Theso peoplo have a mixed moral  sense. Thoy remind nie of a little  Wissahickon girl.  " 'Oh��������� mamma,' she said, you'll  have to discharge tho new governess.   She's  awfully -wicked!"  '"She tells us,' said the little girl,  'Bible stories on 'week days.'"���������  Washington -Star  Tho ingredients of Magic Baking  Powder aro plainly printed on each  package. The makers of the numerous alum baking powders never do  this, but they have been known to  print the words "No Alum" on their  labels. This is no guarantee���������it is  fraud. -See that all1 ingredients are  ^staled: a -  A Plea Rejected.  "I.made a mistake said Plodding  Pete. "I told that man up the road  I needed a little help 'cause I was  lookin' fur me family, from whom I  had been separated fur years,"  Didn't that make him come across?"  "He couldn't see it. He said that  he didn't know my family, hut he  wasn't goin' to help in bringing any  such trouble on em."���������Washington  Star.  No Rest With Asthma. Asthma  usually attacks at night, the one time  when rest is needed most. Hence the  loss of strength, the nervous debility,  the loss of flesh and other evils which  must be expected unless relief is secured Fortunately reljef is possible.  Dr." -J, D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy  has proved Its merit through years  ot service. A trial will surely convince you.  The   Real   Thing.  A great painter was asked by his  little son:���������  "Father what Is a connoisseur?"  "Well, my son,'' the father answered, "did you notice that (all, white-  haired gentleman at my studio tea  yesterday?"  'The one with tlie sable-lined overcoat, father?   Oh, yes, I noticed him."  "Well, my son, he is a connoisseur."  "But how do you know he is a connoisseur, father?"  "By his actions, my son."  "But, fathor, ho acted liko every  one ,elso at the tea, didn't he?"  Certainly not, my boy! Cert iiini;.'  noli The others drank my Russian  tea, ate my i'oie-^ras sandwiches and  took leave. But ho���������ho bought a  pictuj-e."  The  Farmer With a  Pay' Day  The Importation of milk and cream  into Manitoba from across the United  States line is another strong argument in favor of mixed farming, ami,  particularly dairying.  The scarcity of milk in Winnipeg  has necessitated the sending to the  United "States - dairymen for needed  supplies, and the city has been receiving GOO to 1000 pounds of cream  daily, besides large shipments ot milk.  The Winnipeg dairies are even now  employing buyers to travel the country and purchase supplies for cash.  A similar condition exists about  Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbr'idge,  as well as other cities in the Province  of Ajlberta, and tho milk problem will  become a serious one in time unless  more farmers go into dairying.  The attention of tho farmers of  Western Canada is -being called to  the positive necessity for mixed farming by tho International Dry-Farming  Congress. At its big convention to  be held at Lcthbridge, October 21-  2(1, one of the features will be addresses and discussions on mixed  farming by some of the. ablest and  most far-sighted railroad magnates  and agricultural experts.  .The grain farmer only gels a payday once a year���������and some years the  paymaster doesn't come around at all  ���������-while a dairy is a constant source  of revenue. Whenever there is a crop  failure tho prospects, with a long severe winter ahead, are generally dtt-'  bious, but the farmer who has a fow  cows and other live stock doesn't  have to worry ���������he's on a steady  payroll- -"  RESULTS HE GOT  WERE PERFECT  SAM   MALLETTE'S   BRIGHT'S   DIS-  EASE CURED BY  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  He Suffered Tortures and the Doctor  Failed to Give* Relief But Three  Boxes Cured Him.  That Impudent Question.  ,<  Just as Rivers was about to sit  down to dinner there came a ring at  his telephone,  "Well?" he said, placing the receiver to his ear.  "Who is this?" demanded a high-  pitched, Impatient voice.  "This," pleasantly' answered Rival's, "is Don llippolito Lopez Pom-  poso Anlonla Rlcardo Dolorosa Is  that all you wish to Know? Good-bye."  Hanging ftp the receiver, he sat  down and alo liis dinner, happily unaware that,a highly indignant pcrsoo  at tho other end of' tho wire was  storming nl central for giving him the  wrong number.  Deafness Cannot T5c Cured  by local iippllfnllmm, ns tliey cannot rearii th,' ills.  etUicd pnrt Ic n oMhn oar. 1'licre In only ono wny to  euro tlnafncsu. and thnt Is l>y conmitittloiiiil renirdlM,  ncalncfls Is cuiukhI liy tin liilliuiii'd condition nt the  mucous lining of lliu Kuntnclilun Tnlii>. When tliu  tnbo Is IntlHmod ymi liavn n rumbling nound ur Imperfect, liptirliiff, mul wlu.'ii It li entirely cln.wil, Dent-  imn Is tilt result, mul unlcfcii llio inllamiiiutlun cnn bo  uikoii out nnd this tub* restored to lis norimil condition, linarltiR will bo destroyed forever; nlno caitos  nnt ot ten nre miiKPd by Catarrh, whicli Is nothing  but an tiiflnnifiil condition nt llio mucous miitiices.  Wo will Rlvo Ono Hundred Dollar* for tiny cam ol  l)e������tn������w (cnuseil by cMnrrli) tlmt ennnot be cured  by Ilnll'-J Catarrh Cure.  Hend for clrcultttn, free.  V. ,1, CUIO.VKV ic CO., Toledo, 0,  Sold by PriKWlste, 7fie.  Take Hall's Family villi for constipation,  III tlio rniddlo of tlio -1.(51 h century  n. professor of theology In SiraKsbiirg  InsJHteil upon having Individual communion cups, and dui'ltig the plague  In IfiGl his domaiul waa enforced.  Mlnards Liniment fo* sale everywhere  Sonp oxporlH from Great Ilrllnln  continue lo grow, reaching, almost  $10,000,000 Inst yonr, Although Am-  oilcans huvo been the befit customers  of Englliih toilet, Honp, milen In tho  United. Bl.nl oh hnvo boon declining,  Iipiico what Ik probably Iho Inrgiml,  concern Ik about to establish a file-  ���������-��������� lory I hero,  Ruller Station, Ont, (Special).���������  "I got perfect results from Dodd's  Kidney Pills." So says Mr. Sam Mal-  lette of this place And he has a  reason. ���������  "liy sickness started from a  strain," Mr. Malletle continues, "and  for a year I did not know a well day.  My sleep was broken and unrefresh-  ing, my appetite was fitful and my  limbs would swell.  "Then rheumatism set in and neu-  ralgia, backache, _headaclie^ and_heart  trouble"ad~d~ed"to""my" tortures; T'was  attended by a doctor but he did me  no lasting good.  "Finally, when Bright's Disease had  me in its grasp, 1 decided to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and alter taking  three boxes, T was as well as ever I  was in my life. I have had no pain  since and advise all my friends who  suffer from kidney disease to tako  Dodd's Kidney Pills and be cured."  Mr, Mallotte's case shows what neglected kidney disease will result in  and what 3plendid results Dodd's Kidney Pills give.  He  Wouldn't Spoil  Buslneos  Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, at a dinner  in Washington, discussed thoso experts who would urge tho brewers of  America to make beer out 'of cab-  hngo loaves  "The cabbage leavo beer advocatp,"v  said Dr. Wily, "cares nothing, it Is  evident, for the welfare of tha human  stoninch. Ills altitude is exactly Ilia1;  ol' a man In black I saw tho other day  "As this man In black was walking  along ouo of our streets, a beggai  whinotl plfeously in his onv: ���������  '"Would you give a poor l'ollor a  dim iv to save his llfo boss?"  " 'Coi'Ulnly not!'' the man In bind;  replied. Certainly, not! I'm an undertaker, sir.'*���������Detroit Froo Press,,  Where the Trick Failed.  Tn the men's coatroom in a home  where he had'been engaged to entertain the company stood a professional "mind reader". He had given a  "wonderful performance," which included finding pins that had been put  in impossible places while he was not  in the room, placing his finger on the  page, line and word selected by the  Test Committee, , and reading the  thoughts of.a "subject" by simply  grasping the end of a gold chain held  at the other end by the subject, lie  had found a ring in a room far removed from the one in which the entertainment had taken phice by simply taking the hand of the person  who had hidden it, and his select  audience had indulged iu exclamations liko "Marvelous!", "Wonderful!"  etc., while lie bowed and smiled in  acknowledgment of ��������� their appreciation. -He stood in the coatroom after  all had departed, and tho butler asked politely whether-ho could be ot*  service, "yes," 'said he, ''I wish you'd  find my hat for me���������I can't."���������New  York Tribune.  Rain *vater.  Rain water is not always pure or  nearly so, for under unusual conditions it brings:" down with it various  small bodies present in the atmosphere. Thus there are "blood rain,"  due to the presence ot vast' numbers  of the minute organism - Haemato-  coccus,- and ''sulphur ra'm.".;.'contain  ing pollen grains of pines when these  are set free about tbe end of May.  During recent gales it was found  that rain, falling in the midlands consisted of strong brine, leaving a salt  ncrustation on windows and walh  after evaporation. Apparently tlie  sea spray had been carried by the  high wind as- far as seventy miles  inland before coming down as rain.���������  ���������University Correspondent.  PILES .CURED IN 6 TO 14  DAYS  lour druffclst will refund money If PAZO  OINTMENT   falls   to   cure   any   caso   of  Itching.    Blind.    Bleeding or  Protruding  Piles ln 6 to 14 days.   60c.  Sawdust may not appeal to the  palate as a digestible or appetizing  substitute for flour, in the making of  bread, but all the same there is a  large bakery in Berlin turning out  twenty thousand loaves of sawdust  bread daily. The sawdust is first subjected to a process of fermentation  and various chemical manipulations.  Finally ii is mixed with one-third pari,  of rye (lour, formed inlo loaves, and  baked in ovens like any other bread.  Although this new "pain de hois," as  the French call it, is meant for consumption by horses only, claim is  mado by the manufacturers that in  case of famine it would furnish a nutritious and highly satisfactory food  for human beings.  The Old Folks;  a  {ind advancing years bring an Increasing tendency  to constipation.    The corrective they need Is  NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  Enllrelydifferent from common laxatives. Pleasant to lake, mild and painless.  A tablet (or less) at bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly. Increasing  doses never needed.   Compounded, like all the' 125 NA-DRU-CO pre-  t������  - parat  by expert chemists.    Money back if net satisfactory.  25c. a box.   If "your druggist has not yet stocked them.  send 25c. and wc will mail them.  NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY  OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.  22  A WONDERFUL REMEDY  Oranca Lily Is flatly curing tM  most obstinate cases of Kvmalc Dls-  -orders, Falling of tho Womb, J.eu-  corrlioea. Painful und .Suppressed  Menstruation, ������to., etc., are all of  thim relieved fro:n tho atnrl by In  use, and a few weeks' or months'  treatment accomplishes a complete  (Hire. This remedy la a positive,  scientific preparation, nml is based  on tlio discoveries of Pasteur ami  Lister. It is an applied treatment;  that Is, it Is not talitn IntermUlv,  but Is applied direct to tho suffering  parts, und it, therefore, acts with  all tho certainty of tha known law*  receive from  10  to  60  letters  dally.  cannot help have a beneficent  Influence,  speaking of the benonts and cures it is performing, and so "suro" nm iThat iiTwlli  ?-������..-l,a_,;.Jl.s_.c2tti.!ru(1i1.f?!'. '.L^3-1,1 T!" sJ?n.l,������ absolutely free, R 35c box to every suf  ferine woman who will wrlto for It.  Kionths' treatment.  "rice. *l per box.  which Is sufficient  for nm  Address,  MRS. FRANCES H. CURRAH, WINDSOR. ONT,     ������  It will he news to most persons that  the  French- navy  has  no  chaplains  afloat, although irmoment's consideration would bring to remembrance the  fact of the complete clivorce between  Church and    State in France.    The  subject iy  brought prominently  into  notice  by  a   petition    signed   by  a  great numbc;* of the mothers or wi- |  dows o������  the  sailors  who  were  vie- j  tints of the accident on the Gloirc or j  the  Liherte.    The petitioners are to !  be found in the Midi, Brittany, Var j  and   Finisterre,  and   they  pray  tlie i  Senate for the reappointment of chap- I  lains on warships..���������London Globe.  For  DISTEMPER  SPOHN MEDICAL CO  Pink Eye, EpUootla  Shipping Fever  & Catarrhal Fever  hme 'lute and positive preventive, no matter how horson  nt any age are infected or "exposed." Liquid, siven on Uiu  tongue; acts on the Hlood and Glands, expels the poisonous  germs from the body. Cures Distemper fn Dojjsi and Sheep  and Cholera in Poultry. Largest splllnfe- live stock remedy.  Cures L.i Grippe unions human beings and Is a tine Kldnev  remedy. Gilo nnd $1 a bottle; ?fi and $11 a dozen. Cut this  out. Keep It. cjiiow to yonr druggist, who will get it for  you.    Kree Booklet, "Distemper,  Causes and Cures."  DISTRIBUTORS���������ALL   WMOLKSALK   DRUGGISTS  ., Chemists and Bacteriologists, GOSHEN,     IND.. U.S.A.     .  fpssss^ja   Every Eddy Match is a Sure, Safe Light 4^  __ Wild Bird Returns to Captivity.  Are birds able to think and remember where they have been well cared  for? A gentleman living in Leith is  in the habit ot feeding the birds  which frequent his garden during the  "Winter months. Somo timo in January, 19]I,-ho enticed a greenfinch to  enter a cage and so captured it. It  was wearing a ring on its leg marked "Aberdeen University, 7185,"  Iu the follovving March he set it al  liberty. Ho was much surprised  wheu on January 1.1, 3912, the bird  returned'. On his cage being presented to him, the bird hopped contentedly Into it and settled comfortably  down for the severe season. An examination of tho ring left no doubt  as to the identity of the bird.���������Tlio  Scotsman, - \'  Flre-Rocketo From Aeroplnneo.  IntflroBtlnR nxi'oiioinentii with Uro-  roulcnlK droppriil from nn iioropluno  nro bolng ilnlly ennied out on tho  military urouml nt VIiicchiikih,  France, Thouo vorUoIh tiro tho Invention of n Froncli olllnor, nml catch  11 rn iih thoy full. HproiiilliiK out, and  HotlliiK IIkIiI- !���������> uverythliiK Inllitni-  lntiblo I huy touch.  Four nvlalovH nro regularly oninloy-  oil to carry llio mall dally In (Iim'-  many. In n Horvlcn   nuilntaliiftl between     (!o1i>kih>,     Ihiemieliloil'   and  NllOHH.  WlMS h  Dr, J, D, Kellogg's Dysentery Cor  dial Ih compounded specially to com  bat tlyHontory, cholera morbus and all,  Inflammatory disorders that chango  of food or water may not up In tho  stomach and IiiIohIIiiub, Thoso complaints arc moro common In Btiminor  than lu wlnler, hut thoy aro no,t confined to tho warm months, as undue  la.vneas of tho hoivclH may ticlzo a  man nl. any I lino, Such a sufferer  will (liul Hpoedy rollof In this Cordial,  The Motorman's Sally,  A Washing!on Hlrool, car wan gelling uinli'r way wlion two women,  mulling from opposite hIiIoh of tlio car  lo greet oncli oiIkt, iiici right In tli ���������  middle or the car IriinH and In front  of ilio car, Thero llio l,W()%in|)|>oil  nnd began to talk, Tho cur Hlopped,  Ion, liul, Iho women did nol npjiour lo  i'Ciill/,o 11 ,\viui thorp. Certain of 111-.'  piiHHongp'rB, wIkiho heads wore Iin-  .medially thrum..mil "f Uio windows*  to iiHcoi'liiln what, llm (rouble was,  begun lo inuKo HnroiiHtlo roinaiKK, hu!  tho two women heeded them not,  Finally tho niolonnan allowed Ihu I  ho had it saving houso of humor,  Leaning over llio dash board, ho In-  (lillrod In tlio gonlH'Hl  of Ioiiph:-"  "l'ardon mo, Indies, but Hhnll I gut  you it couple of oliuli'BV"���������Miiplncott'H  ,Miiyu/,ine,  A Time Monopoly.  An Irishman crossed ,to Canada on  a Canadian Pacific steamer, took tlio  Canadian Pacific train for Vancouver,  tito at CP.U, eating houses, stopped  lit C.P.It. hoi els, was Hhown CP.lt,  land, nnd 'finally got to Vancouver,  much Impressed with tho greatness  of that institution.  Ilo wonl to a hotel, registered and  asked the clerk how soon breakfast  would bo ready,  "Breakfast is over," said the clerk,  Tho Irishman looked at his waloh,  "It isn't time ror It to ho over," Im  auHwei'iHh ,..'.,  "Oh, yes, II, Is," said tho clerk.  "You see your watch isn't right. We  run bur dliitng room on Canadian Tannic time,"  "(lood Lord!" wild Iho Trlnlimnn, In  an awed voice, "Hoph tho. Cnniulliin  Pacific own the I lino, loo?"--Saliir-  dny 10 von lng Post,  BABY'S LITTLE ILLS  Baby's little ills are many  and need close attention.  Worms are among the most  common of these ailments���������  there being scarcely' a child  who i3 not afflicted by them at  some time or^ other." These,  "TfiougK"^r"beJfeaai]yn)anislF~  ed by the frequent use of Baby's'  Own Tablets���������the only remedy >  sold under tho guarantee of a  government analyst lo contain  no opiate or other harmful drug.  Concerning tliern Mrs. Jos. Dai-  gle, Ste. Perpetue, Que., writes:  ���������"My baby was troubled with  worms; he was nervous and  had no appetite, I gave him  Baby's Own Tablets and he was  soon well again." The Tablets  arc sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents n box from  Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockvllle, Ont.  "If  WHEN you strike an Eddy Match It always lights easily  nnd. burns   smoothly, with a steady even flams.  THESE perfect matches come from first clase materials  and  mechanically  perfect  machines���������under  the  supe.-vl..  elon of skilled workmen.  EDDY'S Matches are always full M.M. count���������for 6ale by  all good dealers everywhere.  THE E. B.EDDY COMPANY, LIMITED  HULL, CANADA. Makers also of Wooden  Palls, Tubs, etc.  ! ^__Durbar  Rupee to  be  Called  in  j Indian gossip has it that the new"  !rupee, which was issued at the time  j of the Durbar, is lo be withdrawn  ifrom circulation. TIk engraver attempted to reproduce the details ot  'a  heraldic collar���������that,  of  the  order  :of  the   Indian    Empire���������which    the  t  IKiug is wearing, and has succeded in  Imaking  the   littlo   elephants    Avhich  hang from it look exactly liko pigs.  |This, of course, is a horrible idea to  native  minds, and  so  the issue  will  probably he called in.  Whon equipping the Fram for the  expedition to the South Pole, Capt.  Uoald Amundsen decided to use oil  engines, because, with tho same capacity for the storage of i'uol, the oil  engines gavo a far greater radius of  action than bulky steam engines requiring coal;  No really self-conlrolteii man ever  yot, 'bragged about tho possession of  that trait I  In ono year 80,707,000 lelognuns  woro dispatched in Iho United Kingdom,.. ������������������   ,i ',>'!i������.  It has boon hiown during a long  time ihat in Western Furopo man existed during tho glacial epoch. Wo  now know that tho peal, ice age consisted of different glacial times  separated by intorglaclal times. In  glacial times the snow lino dropped  lh roe thousand or four thousand feet  below its present level in tho Alps,  whereas in intorglaclal periods II. lay  about one thousand feci higher than  a I. prcHonl, Thus the temperature  seems lo have been higher iu the Intorglaclal porlods than it, is now,  , Several projects for making Rome  a sea port by providing a waterway  from tho coast to the city have been  discussed for somo years,  When Your Eyes Heed Care  Try Murine Kyc Remedy. No SmurtfiiR���������FceW  Jfinc���������Acts ��������� tjiiu'kl.v. Try il for Keil, Weak,  Watery Eyes ai.il (irauiilateil Eyelids, lllus.  trilled nook In eaeli 1'aclciiKC. Murine la  compounded liy our Oinillstb���������not a ''Patent Med-  lelno" ���������l>ut used in sucunsstul l'hysieliins'l'rao-  tiea for uiiiny years. Now dedicated to tlio Pnhlio and bold bv llnij.'t;lBls at 26c and 60c por llottle.  Mm ino Kyo salvo In Aseptic 'i'uboSi'2oc aud He,  Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago  Old Sores, Lumps  in Breast, Growths  removed *nd heaU  ed by a simple  Home Treatment  No pain.    Descrlbs tlie trouble, we will send  book and testimonials free,  THE CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Limited  10 Churchill Ave., Toronto.  The Less the More,  Maud  (throwiiiR- down apple)���������UkIi!  Doesn't it, ninho you sick to ilnd a  worm in something you nro outln;;?  ���������luck���������Xo, only when I Ilnd   half   a  worm,- Host on Transcript.  First ('oilier:    "I   suppose   you'vo  heard that the strike leader is trylnii  to stop .Tack   Johnson,   tho famoiiH  piiKilisl from vl;.!l.liip; this town?"  .Second Colllw:    "No,    Why?"  Kirst Collier:    "Because Johnson ia  bringing black letfs with hini,"  o\v  for  Tlm Tramp--.My  l������il  t-ayn na 'i  you've  JiiHt "Klvn    'Im    nixpi>iioo  ���������avlll' one letc,  The Old Lndy���������YoH, 1 ������lld.  The Trunin���������Well, then, v,f mn a  Hhlllln' con I've ft-ot two.���������Hkelch,  Tennis, In which Iho KIiik Ik'hiuIIiib  varolii Ion from tho proHHiivo of tho  work that accunnilulod on IiIh Indian  tour, Ih tlio fiiuno of UlngH," Tho old-  ost;1 of oxIhIIiik hall RanuMi���������It In men-  Honed lu Ihu Arthurian romanciM ��������� ���������  toiinU wiih orlgliuilly ilio lmHtlnio of  tho kliiKii and noble:!, and It wnu lon<;  beforo 11k (li'ijci'iiilanl-lawn loniils  Men'* Foolish Questlono  Tho hiiHbanil and Iho wlfo worn  Hi'iii'tini* for Iho tlionliv, Ah iihuiiI,  Iho hiiHhitMl was kicking hocausn Iho  wlfo spout hiicIi nu awful time (Ii'obh-  Iiik.  "What delayed yon, UiIh tlnie?" ho  Kcowlnil, iih I liny loll  tin* hoimo,  "Hoolnir llio children lo lied," uim  roHponded, iiuletly,  "Wl.iif'n llio iiui'Ho for?" Hiuiii|ii)d  Iho man, ,  "Tho niirno Is for our couvonloiico  - -yours and nilin\ bul oHpoclally  initio," sho niiHWcreil, evenly. "Hut  tho hoy certainly taken aftor you,  Ho linked tho Hitino kind of a fool  auoHllon, ,1mit as 1 was klnn!iii; lilm  tfnoiMilKhl,"  "I'Yiol (ihohIIoii, oh? WcH, wluil.  wan It?"  "I :v.-l'od bim If ho b-id -iM 'H"  nriiyei'H, And ho snld no, And I asked bim ii' ho didn't want (ioil io iitko  euro of hlui iliuimc the iiIkIu. And  he answered, 'W'hnl'H tin* nurse  for?' "-Cleveland  I'laln Prnlor.  11 .   im   .���������   i I . 1..1,, ..  Ilv    .������*���������#   ..v a.  A nnltlmoro man, whoso Hon In a  litiidi'iit. at I'rliKiotoii, Iiiih hail fro-  fluent occasion to ronioiu;lrale with bin  boy tonchliiK IiIh extraviiKauci', but  tho lather Invariably "ooiuen lo tlm  front" when rcijuerjl Ih niado for fur-  thfi' fiimlii.  In hiu IiihI letter to his tion (ho  fiilhiT, nfter Iho iimuiiI recltnl, kIiiInI  thnt he wiih forwarding n check fur  $iit), nml ho wound up with:  "Jlv non, vour Kindlon aro conl Inn;  Sign* Here'���������-v  777** -^.  ijoiw hitO/fko  i/our PmfMce,  1UTK your namo nnd (uhlrouH In tho 11 non abovw, clip  out thin ml, ami mnll It now.    We will moid, by  return mnll. n bunk that lollii how to innkii yourn a  "Twentieth Century" farm  ii cmiereUi nuuliry-hoimu by HlllnR It with Miniw; niuJ H������tHiiK ui*  Htniw unio,   Tim iii������. i"-'������*- *'"J ";i '���������'-""* Ui'] l"  v"'n,1,',,< v"'  tlm huuiio la uninjured.  H In ohiup���������smnil and (travel can bo taken from your own  fMi'in.   Ciiineiii, tho only iiiiitoi'liit you inimt buy. ruriiiH tru^i  utio-kiovoiilh lo onii-toiilh of thu whole voluiuo.  Tin you want to Uimw moro about Concretn on tho Farm7  illUt    tl.l lilt".   .Uni   rttin>UU.������   til    Ult.'.    tti.'t.i   .k'.,.-.,    '..'     ���������'.    .1  mil it to us, and you will rccolvu by return mull a  What the Farmer Can Do With Concrete"  W. N. U. No. 804.  became popular with all cIiihhoh.  The  Hiuno reached Kiwlaml  from Franco  mul Italy, and by llio tlmo of 'Henry  mo n Ki'eat denl.  VII, v/o llml n roynl icntiln court at      To which the hopeful, In bin m-st  WlwlHor.   Henry Vlll. wan an cvporl j Wtor, replied:  at the name   -London fhronMe, "I know It, fnthor: and I don't nluily  Ivory hard, either," -t'hflhtiniiH Week,  You wouldn't bo HiitlHllod to uho ii scylho lo rut your uraln,  when ii modern h.irvi'Hlor enn do ll ho much boltor, would you?  Nor to uho the old Koft-lrou pli>ui{li-iihiirn that your iinooatorii  walked bohlnd, whon you cnn iu������l un up-to-diito lidJnK ploujth?  ,Kvery Ciiciulliiu fiirmiir renllxeii tho ndviiiuniru������ of 'lweniloth  Contiiry Inniloniont.'i.  Tlio next uiep Iti  The 20th Century Material-Concrete  Coiicrolo  Ih  nn far iihoiul  of brick.  Hlono,   or wood  nn tho  Jiurveiuor Ih nhend of tho aoytlni or Uio rliliiifj-plouKh In ulioml  of the old Iron plouKh-Hharo,  roiiornlo Ih oriHliy inlxod, und onslly phicoil.  Il roBlflU boat and  cnlil uh no othor material can; hoiioo Ih hojit for   - '  r^lliirii, buriiH, olios and honion.  it ,���������akcH .ne v������������f w'ii,������^^''r^!������'������,%;'yv;;;!;;i;;;;n;,Vou'c^w'ic������..  ���������riiiilo������iif>, Imt n HlO.pnKo book, iirofnui'ly Illustrated,  nliiK how you *--an xitui concrete on VOUIl fiirni,  Aij'iJt\i:.s.s -  CANADA CEMENT CO., Ltd.  NATIONAL DANK BUILDING     . .������. MONTREAL  mm rrr'        ��������� =���������������   ��������������������������������� -��������� ��������� "���������*���������*---   V    ���������-   ^jrrTJ^J Ir fZlTm  arrru~ ��������� aMn^m^^^^^^-^^^^^^^^^^ -'  jews-  'u: ������������������ uiiiiDtuM Hews  ,  vi"'ft  Kvery   Tuesday  by .the  Jorrscvx   St   Cumberland  Publ.ishina  Company.  ���������'ji.,1,1 i;..;Diii- will nut hold -Itself:  ..-^snOiisVolp for tho opinions oi.oih-.  ���������ers, .as may appear In its columns  ,.<i\)iu time to timo.  fo;e tno lo.ix day of June 1912.  ���������,\V.\W. .WILLARD,  .Official administrator  Cumberland, B. C.  aptyOtomarl  mwm  AV RI *N ESDA-Y, jj UN Kl 9. 1912,  in thk supreme court of mu  .,i"j.sh;c'qlvmkia: ' "  ' ' iii ^he jjoods of John Kevin nlso .known:  ai ".liAi'i Ktvaat"or Koven, debased, in--  TAivliNO'-'t- E tlmt.liy <>nl<?r of His  .ilojoi .huh" Hotkey, loc������l iudjju of Ahe'  ^tH>ciso Cud C of B-.t!., ii'ttle uniha 3,d  \ky if Apui li>lL\ U-e liiulersitfiiei} waa ap  '���������iinu'ei'l'ilii-i i.itrutor of the <:fltftte of the  , *��������� , i i*      r \ i ,  'Jj .vn m.u.ed a^c������ise.l, *.bo ditd ut Sal-  ',nn������ K vor, B. C o.i or about tho lGtlida)'  'Ij Fohrt.iuy ,1'Jl'A intcstite!  *  All h. CMU.-its and claims agsjinit,the ea  iUu''nntl lilt accounts.nnd claims dwe ,thei  'juu,s!n;i)ina,t be pfetau.tod ������ntt paid,  ���������ftpsp������o"t.:veIy,' on or b^ore thie ,16th dny of  'iJi-'lSl'X'      "   '    .,' '    "'   '" "'   " '': ���������.  1 -   ������������������-���������'���������      ,\V. W. WILLATRX),  Official AdmiuUtiator������  :*>.K^)ud:^,:5,il''a    '   -Y  !':' ���������'-''- ' '" '������������������'' BplIOmarl  . __       ; rT   '.'������������������   i;  '' "cCUSTY7COURT OF NA^A 1- ;  $1.0   HOLDEN.  AT    CUMBER  f A NIX "'"���������' ���������"'���������    '  '  <i   ''���������'������������������   ,...������������������ * _  Jn tijegJcds.olSiimuel^Jch.pllB;!  ^lyieupi-d, inl^.tslej  SAYWARD LAND  DISTRICT  District of Sayward, Rango J,  TAKE NOTJCE that J, Elir.wia  Ilannur, by my agent, Gourde Yer-  dier, of Campbell Rivor, V. I. occu  ' * i. i  pation rnarnod woman, intepds I"  nj-ply ior permieiiion to purchan  the following described hguU:���������  Ci>nnme������c,ing al a post ))!anted  n������ar ityp ^1. jE. .corner of Jot 351  th������ncfc south 10 c&ufcxB (ter.) theme  east .10 chains (ton: mpre,Qf ^sah to  '���������he point of commencement con  tabling 2Q acres (twenty) iijorp oi  less.  ���������EJ.INZEIA HANNAH  Namte of Applicant  :l)aleM������/fth 2<Ub, J.9I2.  Sayward Land Djktri.e.t  .JDi&jtrict of Cost  Take notice., tlmi TsaM MccKei  ny.^i Vancouver, B, G.  occupation spinster, }ii!te.ttds to a.ppJy for  permissjon to ^ur&haso- t.^i> follow  i off described fand?:���������  ���������iii the a,boye,C6ui.t, o.n���������tl������# 3rd day  of April 19155, the undersigned waH  Hppiint^d administrator oi the es������  '.>:\i'e of Samuel Nic,holJs. deceased;  who d-Ul ne^r the C^ty ,of Cuxnher-  ,hit!d. B'C "inj?r..$oul th^ month  af March 2912, intestate  CoiftiBtnesng-at r poet   planted  one niile east 'of tho   s^>th-wost  corner of Jot t^O,, thenee ^est   80  chains, thenee Sfouih   ������0  chains;  thence' eas-t   80   chains*   tlieiict  north 40 chains to goint  of eonir  menceniont^ containing ^20 acres.  more or less.  ,   ..,'���������"���������-' Isabel --Me'^iiRy,  TAKE WTICE that b^   order| ^Q ^ ^,^1 }a ful:  of His Honor Jud^e garker jpade*    Robert BenryOliestnnt^ AgSnt  : Date March 12tb, 1912.  Say^ai^d Lgnd District  l>istrjct of Coast  Take notice that Reginald W*i-  tere, of Vancouver, B. C.% ocenpa- |  tion,-engineer^ intends   to  apply j  W. W-. WILLARD,  Officiaj   Adminiati^^o.r.  XlUY..llfesl^d3..Jl_^.  Vli accounts against th?  estai.eifor pernjission to purchase the fol-  and all  accosts  .d.^/ihe  ^ate| ^ng d^ciibed lands:-     :.  fillU.a bepresen^ed and paid, r.spec!"   Cx>nu^ncina at a post planted  ;* -*        ' P  ���������-..;, * Ve.!  ���������,       fi 1 jmleeast of the sonth west cor-  lively, on or ^o^e the f$th>y of J^JjJ ^ ^- t&n^ ^ st   8()  J .,n.e .1-912. -......-., cl������ains,'.ro������tji:4.0.cljjii������s?';vest-:;80  j chains, nortli  40 ehitiins to  point  ! of oommencemeiit containing- 320  n^mii  COUNTy COURT .OF NANAI  MO'HOLDKN    AT '.CUMBERLAND.  "-[-;' '".:  '. ,. . '.  ] n',.tbe ^oodrt of EmiI San;1 wick  n^o. i.-M"v.:'! "a=i..ur-mil !?f\nvick." or  .'-'.:i!-.ilvick, d-t-;oii:t;sed, int.catale.-       ���������  TAKE NOTiO.Jfi tbat hy order  of Hf������;Honor JwdfiO Barker, made  in the above Court on the 81 d day  ot April 1912, the undesigned by  oppoiiitea '.administrator of the  .aslale of tlie abovo named deceased  "who died in Comox DiBtrict B.C.  im or^ahout t.l# 7th day 0/ March  jiyi2, inwstivlo.  ,    All accounis agaijnBt, ,iin(d all accounts dm* the QBtat,o piwl )?e P1'09'  Rented and paiil, reapcclively, on pjr  '������f7f-o;ho'15'ih clay nf Juno'1912.  \V,W. WILLAJ.il>,  pilicial Ad.ni.t^istrat^r.  .Cumberland, H* C-  acreB^oi^jDrJesa  ,        Reginald Waters,  Naipe of Applicant in full  Robert llonry Cnestnut, Agent  Date March 12th, 1912.  WV  HlpWJA  TAKE NOTICE that iiU.diiyB af  .Ui; iViie I inlcnd to npi������!y to tlm  Jijliici ConimiBnionwr nf Litiuhi f'-r n  Jicem.c'.o'.'r.t'.-poct for i'o������i;unrl po-  tnilcunj'.on and under ilio follow*,  iiur, ilerciibuii lm������d, ritunt-jd in liio  Comix IM4n'i:t.  Oi.ii-'inMiciiiK llt * \>{>-A '.'}lir,;ei'  I'.outli Willi coruer of cliiim No. 1,  jiLced uli'iut;- 20 chain!' weui from  \bo hiiiih i/iBi uo.ni,i;y "f H?ctioii 32  \)i .',n\n Uund, rtiitiiin^ unit HO  fihsiln.', nonh UO ohniim, wnut HO  ch um<, ilicimo boulli BO clmiitH to  pi int nf c'imnKiicdirK'iit.  Ili'/in Sti:w������.ii/  ,1,111 ted Juno Sid, 1012  T^ THE BUl'RKME  COURT  .    , . , ���������. r ,..-.,���������>> Y   f\ O T   |MI|I|   V  fij I'   A*;l*l I ii ti*   '"���������" r   "  ,n :im jiJO������V,,oi J.^vid Kthvard",  th'.cu^.l, inlf'Hialu.  TAKE NOTUJIiJ ihut ly -idcr  of Uiu Honor  Judf.e Haikur, lofi������l  Sayward Land District  District uf .Coast  Take notice that -Frances Gerald Hudson, of yawpouyer, 13. C.  occupation gentlemaji; intends to  apply i'or ���������permission to piirclniBe  the following described laiidK!���������  Cointnencing at a post planted  tat the south east corner of lot 547  thenco oast 80 chains, thence  8911th 46 chains to north boundary of lot 550, thence west along  said boundary, 80 chainp, thence  ljorth 45 chili 11 b to this post.  I4 rp.ttc.HS Gerald iludson,  Name of Applicant in full  Kobort Henry Chestnut. Agonl  Pate March 12th, 1012.  S/iyward.JLttyd District  District oL! Coast  Take notice that Al jnnio Kerr,  of Vancouyor, }i, 0. occupation  spinster, intondu to apply for per-  minion ,to ruircltHse tlio following  described lands';���������  (/oiiiiuonoiiig at a ppst jilanto.i  al Il.o south-eiiKt corner of lot  5II, tlience west 40 chiiiinyhonec  *uut!i 4/> cliuiiiH, theuce eant 40  cimiiiH nlong lliu norlh boundary  of lot 5)50, thonco north 40 cliains  to point rjf coinmeiieeiuonl, cun-  tniiiinjj ISO acroH,  Mii/iiio Koi'i'  Name of Applicant iu full  Robert llonry Uhwtuut, Agont  Date Miii'ch 12th, 1018,  CUMBERLAND  /���������**       A      MM*% ***f**^  ^^��������� CAFE ������������������  PORT MANN, mainland termin-  ,us of the Canadian Northern Railway, is  recrarded by those vyho know, as the  .greatest city of opportunity in north America to-day. It cannot help becoming  ,one of the very biggest cities in the west  Property values cannot help going away  up.  Buy lots there now and you are in  ,on the ground floor. Every lot will make  you a small fortune.  Until prices are raised we can offer  you close in lots 33.x .122 ft. (guaranteed  high, dry and level, or your money back)  for $250. Terms $15 down, $,10 a month  no interest,  no taxes till  1914.  Other guaranteed lots for $120; $5  <a month. Booklet ankcl full particulars at  -this office, from  CHARLES'HERAPER^  GENERAL AGENT  .COMOX . and COURTENAY  ���������01-  e  ""the ������p.Pt DQanh  837 Hastings Street, West:  9*  e:  Vancouver, B. C.  ������e9 ioikSrsiltiral  xmrnJ^m-MIlMi  Fori)) Of Is'otico.  .1.'  </l   UH'  '1'  ��������� ll1.)   \,tl,'t    V  "  Lad-oil 1 lie !hd .Iny of April 11)1*2  ii.... i.ti.ikr.'Ujjmid wiih iippointoil ud  nini-it- ���������.'.. >r of tho i,tlii'o i������f tlio ah-  '  ,]fi.i",fi;if   who d'ed   "t  ,.'.,  i'.,'.;,-.  ,.i    ihi-.Nth.U'..'   (ill  (.'.���������Vi.   101*2, ii.i.thliUc     All  ., anil ul tinn ,i^r> nt (ho ������n-  |fj','>.l it I    A.I 1     -i    i'iH  U If.   %���������   ,).'''��������� -....-> 1  l I   .,-.   I,    ���������:    *".    J- /      >'*     '       '*'  l!'.'. '  ���������   1 !'���������  ���������li'M-Ul  ������������������>  [l       !X',l  1     li  I !   I'I I    ���������������'  JACK & RICHARDS  1'rcijii-inloiK.  ���������,*���������������*.*������# mam,-*****  KOli SAUi-A lilad- tuiun of  liurrtcs; ii (j[ood   {Jciii.tuI   piirposu  Ilium,    Appl)- Smith I'.iu.s,. tiund  wick.    Will null chciiT)  Mrs.   Sinims will yivn hviso'is  on the jiinii) nny timo nl Ict i<>  Hiincij, nvcH.ti Tin.'������<"nv.  ������Wv���������... , . ��������� ,.|     . .....  Notice ijj hereby given that 30  dnys aftor date I inlond to apply,  to the llononrahlo M in inter of  Lands for n ljconu.c to pjoepe^ct for  coal ivii'l pnlrohmm uudor thn  I'ortmhni'o and ninlor the water on  llio.landH in and opposite the following dcficrihiul lands sitiiutod in  Iluport Difltricts-Cmiiinoucing nt  at a j)o>it phtnlttil on lh<i mux hcacli  ut hjj������li water murk at the intui'  Kt-ction of KnclioiiH. 14 and 15,  To\vnhlii|. 2, I'urt McNeil, Uu-  pert Dislricl; thoncu norlli fifty-  live, ufj chains niorn oi It'Sfl lo  hijjIi.Avjilcr inaik on the norlh  rticlo of Hort McNeil Harbor;  tlicnt'c follpwing the huh heach at  high water ii|,ijij; around the head  nf harbor to plnco of cnninoncc  I 1?         ������ f   fl!      ,  IU.IM, I   r,ii,LI,)   .li    iUMJIIU-it  JJiUud iiiih tftU day of Aptil Idi**  LSQUIMALT   AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY.  ... rURLTO NOTICE i* herehy  ^ivun that ih������ Ksquimiilf and  Nanaimo Hnclway Company did  on lh������ niiiettnti'h duy of Janniuy,  1912, deposit in Um Lund Knai'try  Ollicti in iho City cf Vicloilu, in  tho Province of Britinh Columbia,  phin, prolilo and hook of roioronco  showiim ilio lo'.'inion c>f ilH pro  posed line of railway Imm Ubick  Orcok In Cuinph."ll Hivor, Van  couver Ihland, Iciu^i Mile -10 i<>,  Milo 72 3, an approved by ihe  Hoard of Hnilwtiy ComniiHuionors  for Citmula,  DATED    Ihit*   twontyHucond  day of January, 1012.  \V, F. SXi.hiiuuy,  Secretary.  INU I iCt  NOTIGK jb   hereby given   that  after  June   j|8lh 1,91a, we  not    be    responsible   for  debi.s coiitiactcd in our nnnie.  WILSON & HRA.MIUCIUI  Mra, SininiR will (jive Iobrohh  on tho p'ai 0 at hor honwn in .ior-  iiRiilem,. fui'inoi'ly owned by Mr.  James Stewart, on iind 1 after  Mnrc.h 4th���������until then iu Campus  iihtial.  b'CIl SALIv-TheSoulliKaHl  ,���������,.,.,(.i- /.r w<ifv������w.vt   Avi'ini" aiifi  ......... ..  -'-,.,  Second St., with building, Price  S!)25.00, Apply at tbis ollleo or  I*. 0. Hox Oil Vancouver.  ������MT  l).-hlUlu, Mfnliit find Jlrttin ll'im-u. Ik  tinrff, Htjitiil Mrt-ttliHfni.Kiiiiiinuin*,ti,'ii  Pplr,i't*Uwi VHmMH   " <1' 'i'i' nf,  I'-'..".".'..-!  tnitttrrlitHi, nml l'lffta nf .Ahny-atH* /'���������*���������<������������������ - ���������  rf'lMJ*l iMirlllX*  ������*t>. f������ll-������.V    Ol'rtWllllllwHI.',/;  will niro,  fidM liy nil dnijiKWi or iimlli-.l li  tiMili'i Int. Tha Wood Mo<Jlcln������ Co.  .iitfimiun'ifu'.uHj ^fl'Iltlr^t*  Say ward Land District,  District ot Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that Murray  Gorlay, of Victoria, oacupation.  Inokcr, intondu to apply for phr  niiHsion to jiurchase tlio following  doKcribed IiiihIh:���������  nUommonoing at a post planlei  at tho N. E. corner of Lot 87(5  thonco went 20 chainn, llionc  north 20 chains to ehoro linr  thi'tico following ahoro lino oi\8ter  ly and southerly to point of com  niencoment, oontuining (10 aciei  more or Ichh.  MURRAY GOllLAY  Name of applicant in full  Dalo March 27th, 1012.  Sayward Land Dintriot  District of Sayward  TAKE NOTICE thai Percy A.K  Wood, of VlctoiIn, occupation bro'  Iter, intondu to npi-ly for pormiBflioi  to pnrehtip.n the followin(������ iloccnbee  lnndn:--  OommoncinR al a pont planted  at the S. W. Comer of Lot 105  tinmen norlh K0 eli'dnn. (lumen wip  20chains lo whore, tlunco m������ulhcr  ly following fihoro lino to a | oin*  making 80 chainB iionthmly, themi  eiiptorly following ulmto line to  point of commenct'inenl, contair.-  ing UiOncrcp, mow or Ichh,  X'VAifiY A, 10 WOOD  Name of Applicant in full  Dntu March 23rd, IIM2  Sayward Land DiBtrict  District of Sayirtird  TAKB NOTICE that Kyrle .0;.  Symona of Victoria, occupation  gentleman, intends to apply for  'permission to pnrehaBO tho follow  ingdoHcribnd laiids:-?-  Co:nm������ncing at a post planted at  ho N. \V comer of lot 810, fhonco  iouth 20 chainp,   Ihence weal  SO  iliuiiiB,"thonco norlli IA) chniim  to  boro  line, thenco eitBt following  like line 80 chaina to poinl of  jommenceinent, containing 280 ac*  .���������ob more or Icpr.-  KYHbE.C. SYMONS*  Nume of Applicant in full  .hito March 20th, 1012.  PUliLIO NOTIGK  Notice is hereby   given   tlmt  ill direct connections   of  flush  ���������>ipr<A{������   v.'tMi  'he c'^" ������*f!<������'f,v1'   ]*-  ��������� ���������    .....    ...  ,.. ^    . ...  lii'ictly lu\\)\C,i\mU. All \icxnu\.f\  or peruons usipg flush closets  must provide septic tanks, the  overflow of whicli may be connected, with the city sewers.  Hy order of the City Council,  A.McKiunon, City Cleik  City Hall, April 9th, 19r 2.  Change of ndvcrti.si.-jripnt.'s will  nol be received nt thi* ofllce later  than 1 a o'clock :.u������.  \)\   Tjic^  VI  sy ���������iuacatn&marm-  tt^S ;.*i*EWS;- CT^BERfLAJ^P,' teMTOfli ttJL13lS0Wi-.  <-.<wy*T������������i������,.������fc %.!������������.������  Makos Your EXPENSES Light  Make* Your EISCUITS Light  .Makes Your CAKES Light  ;Makee Your BUNS Light  ;MaUea Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  CROCER.  E. W. G1LLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Ont  NQTSCE ii <hertby given that at the \  pext meeting of tho Board of License Com  .missioners of tbo City of Cumberland, we  inteniMo apply fur a renewal if-the hotel lic-enso held by us ,for the Voudome  Hotel, situatod.oa lot 5. block 3, Cumberland Towcsita.  ,    .       WILSON & BR AM BERG.  Dated this 7th (by of Nov., 1911.  NOTIOK ii hereby given that at tin-  next mettii'g of tbe Boaid of Licenfe Com-  missiouers of,the City of Cumberland, I  ntend '.o app.y for a renewal of tho h;>t-  ol lii-cubo hold by me for ihe Cumberland  Hottl, situated on lot 1, blook (i, CumUr-  laud To.vnsile.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated thia 7th dny of Nov., 1011.  The Courtenay Hotel  \     .Every convenience -for guests.  The Central Hotel for Sportsmen  tv'one but the Best of Wines and Liquors  i if the liar.  .BATES  REASONABLE  John Johrtston,   Prop  t^.fi^,g������f.4-,MHt'W',d^bi^4rl^4'^&  0  .1,  t  CO.  01  T7  O  o  JC  GO  o3  co.  i.z  m     -T-l-   r: n  ^*m ~    i-*~i-  0.  Cm  a  CO  lfi  if.  E  fa  o-  U  f,  4-1  <  m)  ��������� nl  ������  (3  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date application will be made to  the Superintendent of Provincial Police,  Victoria, B. C, for a tiansler of the hotel license to sell 'liquors by retail in the  hotel known is lhe Port Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox, B.C, from John  Charles Clarence to Amos Cottington.  John Ciiaui.es Clarence,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottincjton,  Applicant.  Dated Mav 151I1, 1912.  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  . "^- pjjblic notice  NOTICE-is hereby given that  wll property owners are'requested   to   connect   their   premises  with the new  sewers, wherever  same are completed, on or before  the 15th  day  ot'  March,   igra,  and if said   connections are   not  made by the above date, the City  Council will proceed to complete  same at the expense of the property owners. -  By order of  ,    The City Council  .     -    A. McKINNON,  City Clerk,  Cumberland, B.C. Feb. 20, 1912  0  ROOMS for rout at Marinelli's  Rooming House, Denvent Ave-  FOR SAivK���������Three m i.i k  cows, first class milkers, also two  heifers in caU, graded stock;  three horses, two drivers and a  general purpose mare, age three  aud .four'years. Apply to D..  Roy, Roy's Beach.  Xmas Presents  A Stock of over  to Select From  Xmas Presents  .  B   to  Cm C  C  (Tt    TJ  ci     u  - -Qj ��������� -Q-  P4   l*U  ������     ������  H ������  Union Steamship Co. of B 0. Ltd.  '���������   TLIE S��������� S", COWtCUAN WILL SAIL .AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs, "2_p. ni Arrive Comox Friday 6 a. m.  ���������, Depart 7 a. 111,  Arrive Union Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a m.  (For Campbell River, waypoi'ts for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN ISLAND-UNION UAY-COMOX ROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.   Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  ' Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6 a.m. Depart 5p.m.  Arrive Comox, Sunday 8 a m, Depart 4 p.m.  Subject to change without notice.  XNGS, DIAMONDS,  WATCHES, FOBS, PENDANTS,  CHAINS, BRACELETS, SILVERWARE,   LOCKETS, BROOCHES.  BERT  ASTON  THE JEWEL BOX  Dunsmuir Ave.,  S1JB1M.!  Next to Tarueli/s Store  '(  ������  d    ^ $  Cement blocks etc.  .concrete chimney  blocks a specialty.  Samples to be seen  at moKean & Bis-  coe's store, Courtenay, B.C.  f^" For estimates and particulars write J. Lawrence, Coniox,  13. 0; ,  best BEER,  mberland.  LOOK!   READ!  COPYRIGHT."  ARSrCCV  .    I  jU!llllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIillUlillllllllllllli:ill!lll  lilllililli  EDISON iiHOME" PHONOGRAPH FOR SALE, also  cbout four dozen of the latest  4 minute Amberole Records The  machine is just as good as new  and the records are perfect, with  out a blemish. Owner will sell  ���������cheap for cash. This is a snap  for anyone that is thinking of  ���������getting a talking machine. Apply this-office.   _._   .         _  IsOTlCEja lioi'eby given-tint  IR) days after ditto application will  iio made to the Superintendent of  'ProvincialPolico, Victoria, for a  If ivMfmtor of the hotel liconeo to soil  liquors by retail in the hotel  known aa the L.oriuv Hotel, Bitu-  ntcd iit Comox, B. C, from Florence M. CliiTe to Goo. M. Barlow.  Florence M, Omv.kb.  Holder of License.  Okou(ik H. ILvur.ow,  Applicant.  jDalcd Much !J7th,   1012,  KOH'SAMS���������A book nil yoni'g  sports sliouUl road, price $1.00  AthlrcsB letter*, drawer 44, Nim-  ti'ino, \l, C,  NOTICE.  Are you insured?  Is your life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  Are Insured against sickness and  I accident?'  VICTORIA LAND DYSTiC^r  DUtrict of Siiywaril.  TARE notice tiuit Gi'.������rge lletv-  ry Wcss of Vancouver, B.'C.,oc  cupation Fish Alerchi'nt, in tend*"  to apply for purniirision to purchase the foUowiut* d( scribed  lands:���������Uoiuui.MK'iiifi; at a post  planted at Iho ^X, V/. (orner of  Lot'4 D. L230 tlience-Ivist nlong  the survey line 40 thaiii&, thi'tica  North ������0 chaii:!:, theii':** Vest 4C  chains, tlience ���������'vmtlf along the  lake shore-20 chains, nud contain  ing-80 acres.  Gkokgk Hkkuy Wnsx, .  ��������� Ariplicaui.  Dated November 21st, 1011.  NOTICE is hereby given that joci.iyj.  after dale I intend tonpph to the Honor  able Minister oi L.tnds for ;^ hr.euhe to  prospect for coal and peirnleur.i under tht.  foreshore and under tlie water on the  lands in and opposite the following de-  scnbed lands situate in Rupcit IJ-strict:.  -Coonm-ncin}; at a post pl::uied 1111 the  sea beach at liiyh waler r.iaik ,11 the intersection of Sections,!.} and" 15, Town-  ship 2, Port McNctll I'tipeit Dis rict;  thence north 55 chains pu-re .or \<z>s ,u>  high water mark on ili-.eJMi .h-iidi-ni i'cit  McNeill Haibor; tl'eiuu easterly :doii^  shoie line to.interseciio-.i nf Section 23  and 24. Township 3, thenc* FOiiihtriy 6������  chiios more or less to hij;h ������atei m,uk  or. south sb<ir������ of-Pori McNeill Harbor,'.'  thence westerly alonj; shore line to point  ofxommcnccmer.t. Rolanjj A. La iri;.  K. I'ricit, a������;eht  Dated.this tst,day  of September, 191/..  NOTICK ir. hcraby ���������fi~f'u (l,"( ������t ���������l'6  aiKt'ine<-itiui? of tho Bv.urd ut Licoi.sa  Comtnissun<s:3 of the Ci'y of Cumboi  lnvd, I liiicntl i> i>Pijly !'>r p.  renov/al tf the hot.! r.cmsfl held by me  for the N������\v3������n/4hind Holel, "tnated oa  tho east Iialf of lot 3, iu" blcck 3, Cuuio; e-  Innd To'.vusito.  JAMES WALTLUS.  Datcxl this 7.h cloy of Nov., 1911.  RDl'EliT LAND DISTRICT    .  DiRiiictof Rup-jiL  TAKE n'Ofieo  that  l1n<lora Mac L-rnor.  of Vancc'.ivcr, J J. U.    i/jcu;.ation tV\ uio\vrt  i tei.di to np^jy f, r i.'er.::is i"ii  to pnr-  eharto Ihe l, iiov.'ii;? d K;iib-ii hi:d - C> re  mMi-.:iuj^������it -oi, n v tt .pjimled   -aI-ouI   o ������  mila r.oitli a;id_4(i oiiai, s eattOf tlu>5, E.  coruer of Spc iuii 4, T'-wu^hip  8,   tlieucn  in,rili 80 i-.nain'1, thence caa- 80 ch-i f;  hb'i.co Buuth S3 ciijiin������,_ tltei co fiost  8t;'  "efininFib^)lTui^of^6iiimiT!ceiiieirtr^^.t^Ttt"  liif; fiO acres, mnsM (r 1- ke.  . Svsn.Kri.cn po t ESIL'k H.W. corner.  J;.nuoju^ IsIak Leiwix,  D u Cl,ik, Age-t.  l>nt<:d December Llth, 19(0.  5  !  l.iabiliiy, Burglary and Automobile Insurance,  FOR INFORMA.TI.ON W-IUTE THE  Vancouver Island   Insurance  Co.,  820 fort Street       -      -      -      -      VICTORIA, B.C.  %llllll|lllllllllll!ll!ll!l!ll!llllllllll!IIIH!������:il!lllll!IIIKIII������W  IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIl  MOVING ?  ' Pianos and  furniturk  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  . .   TRANSFER  RI0HAIIUSON& 'HAYWOOD  PHONE 57  Windermere Ave.  ORDERS TAKHN  l?OR NUT   COAT,  To whom it mny concern:���������-  Thi* is to notify the public  that all freight clmrgcs ou bond-  ,ed goods cleared at Union Day  for tlie Cpiuox Valley must be  paid before ftoodn can be forward  .cd. JJy order  .Canadian Collieries Dunsiuuir)  Co.  "HAY   I'OR   SALK-Thirty  tons of. good  baled   hay,   (nice  $\<\ per Ion at Grantham.   1ML.  Janes, Sandwick, IJ. C,  FOR SALK���������Gasoline launch  30 lcot in ieuK'h, 7 iVfoeam.-SJh.  \.. cu������iuc, will cany 10 jftisscn*  jjers, Two cabins. Apply Tom-  jiiy'jf Hicyele Shop. 3rd St.  K  ������  ?T'    ai  W Q -S  g g .fl  %u_]  c ***  *-, 2  c  !  J  h  at**    Q  mj     ������  i.  ji ������j  <**  0  I  *3  ?  *  S?*8  c  y*  a  t  a  'A  -m*  I4'  D  M  M  ���������*  ���������8  V  i,  ji n  -%*  I-  i* '*>  Cm   H  -ta**} O  m.    (_|  &  3 *  I     m  S.a  IJ-  'il  m  ������������������ii  s  it  ���������n  ty  1  ���������u  a  x%  SUIlKOnillK 1-OU TIIK NKWS  ONLY ONE J)OJ.MJf A YKAU.-  NOTIOK  Any person or porsoiiR, ctiltingi  removing or laUinpr miy blocks,  timbor or wood, of nny dowiriptioiln  xilongiiig to tlio Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off tlio bind  of tlio snid ('oinpnnyi or anyone  tipping 'rubbish of any description  anywhere upon ihe company'fi  land will bo prosecuted to tho full  extent of tbolttw.  W. )i, UOUI^.hS,  (ionoriil Miuingor,  Wellington Colliery Mi,y.  NOTXOE.  RidluR on locoiuolivtm and rail  way ������ar* ol tho Union ftollinry  Conipiiriy by any pomir. .ir pt-r*  joiiH���������jjxet'pl lain crew���������I*; ulrielly  (UttU'l ������U.d. Kiu|,loyt.'i!: tc ������X'b  iff. t'if!/hijiiHi������f|l for nllowiiiK ������nni-  By order  W. L. COULSON,  ("ij'jivial Miiua^cr.  NOTICK,  S.iywiiul Land District.  Distiict of Sayward,  tammmm  TAKK NOTICK tint I, Walter (".hrc  of Coniox, 1), C, occupation 1'iinior, in-  tciuls to apply for pcimission 10 purchase the following described lands,--  Commencing al ,1 post plantnd on thp  fioulh-wcst side of Small Island in Cow-  land Harbour on VMcIm Island, ihence  following hhoie line to plnno of com-  uienceniiint including both portions of  Ihland containint,' 15 acres mote <jr less.  WA1.TKU OAC.K,  (J. I', hclcock, Agent.  Dated April 17th. lyi'J.  TAKI5 NOnOE thnt II. V. Moaby,  married woman, uf ViotorU, B. 0., in  tends Ut npply for n.lloent������ to proB^ooi for  ooal and potroloum ou tho following des-  cribpd liinilsi��������� Commencing at a pout  planted on tho south-west ooruor of Hoo-  tion 10, Rupert Uifitriot, Maloolm, Iskuil,  thouoB otat 80 chrtiiiB, thouco nordi 80  ohaius, tltoaeo west; 80 olininc, thonoo  south 80 chains to tho point of oommtnee-  mont,  Uatocl llth'dny of Maroh 1012.  II. ll. MQ.SBY, Loeitor.  Joseph H. Koy, A^cnt.  ������pl 2-t inj-31  TAKK NOTIOK tlut B. Sib'oy, Btcnog  (jniphor of Vio'otii, II. C( iatendfl to apply for a lloJiiKO to proapeot for ooul hik'  potrol'iim on tho ollowiau ilom'ri'ied  In -du:���������Oonimonoliig at a pont plunto I on  tho north-entit coiner uf Hootion 11, H������-  purt Uiutriob, -Mil olni Inland, lliei.c i wont  SOchu-liH, tlienct noi Mi 80olimn������, thonoo  uimt 81) t-hiiiiiH, thenou houth 80 clm.ii u to  tlio point of com mot cement.  "Diwod llth dny of Marwli, 1012.  K, Hllll.KY, L'lcittor  ���������loKoph II, I'oj'i Ai!������'tit  TAKK NOTIOK that J *r.ph II. Vi'Tat  SuijUliHtlr 14, CJ., IlilU J li'((ll������t.������"������ '"���������' "   "  apply i\T * lieuint'i (.> pf.,n,Hi.i, I,. >. ��������� J ;f->  ootto'oum on tho following I'uwiib d  Und ;~Ci iiinio cin������atn|.-ct yUrA'A <w������  the ������nnUi-oa������t Winer < f Sniliin U'>, Hu-  Tiflrt DiH'.ritt, Mdfldm I.laml, Himico  went 80nlimti',  thonoo north HI  <��������� (>���������������".  IhOUCMVIHt  ������() olld'tiK,    tlH'lli'O   wonth   h0  ohaiiM to tin* poii I, of nninnnconn': l.  liulnil llthd.yof M-inlt, ISUtf.  JOSKI'H  ll   I'OY, l.n-.,toT.  upf 'If 01 !)l  niil'JI luylH  ���������.���������,������������������������������������-.~j������������-~������~������������������-������������������"'"���������*-������-"������  TAKHNOTKMUhnt J. V. MoHby, ol  Viotorin, H O, Heerotiry, tiiUiuh. to opply for a licoiiHo lo i roHpcot for ooal ard  [idtroluum on Iho folhwlng dctoriN'd  JaiiilMi���������OoininonoIng nt 11 pout plnnUd en  thu ni������ith������we������t oomor of Hoclion 17. Ha*  p-;it Diitrict, Male dm lalmd, Mioikm.  Houth 80 uhahifi, Uhim-.o o������������t 50 dhnhm,  Iheiieo uoith SO oIihIoh, |.Uii������o vuwl HO  cliaiiiM to tho point of coiiimcimmi.iiit.  Dated llth day of Mn-eli 1012,  t    V    MIWIIV    I.-������oti*nr  '���������     ll  -a  UUPKUT LAND DI-TUICT  . ... Distiic ������,'f ll' por!  TAirK  >'.0'."1CH   that .Ado'nide  E^tw  O.'irlr    Br.-wsi,    of    Broo!, fieri    N.Y...  murrifrd woman, iutoruls to r.pp'y IV r por- -  mission to pureh.iMo Ino fi>Jlow3i.(,' d-.scnl),  ed land*:���������C anini'ii'j'ng at a pimt pUnti c!  ^ soi.tliwest eonei cf S.o'i-u  If, Town-    ���������  ���������h'j) 9, thenro  north   SO  cl-niui,,   Ihence  enct SO uhaiiiH,   thonco   MHitli   80  cluing  llunot west 8t) chiiinn io ptaoo of comaicn-  mont cont lining G40 ncrcH moro or le^p.  Scribed on post .A.R.C.Ii'n S.AV, cor  At)KI.AIUB KSTKIt Cli.KUK BlJOWK.  Dan Olarlt, ixgi-nt,  Da'od Dt'ooniber 10th, 1 tilO.  matmAm*mmamr.iaa*) umamam mrxza*na ,iwiiw������������^iiiMi������n(w������,^riiTWw<M������iWf  RUPERT LAND  DISTPvICT  Dii-trict of Rupert  TAKE notico thnl RiolitiHini^  Charles Hiss of. Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends lo apply for per  mission to purchaBO' tlio follow in j;  dcacrtbed' Inndn:���������Comnioncjng ivt  it post planted at -.|   po.st   l.utwoon  ejection 18k, Township 0, and Soot-  ion 115, Township 20, llivncc wchi <1(J  chaiiiB,  thenco  eontli   40  chiiinn,  thtuico wt-.Ht'')() chain-, thonco sotilh  80 I'.lntiiiH; tl.oiu'o oiiKt   JO   ohnins,  liicnoo noitii SO ci.aiu*-, ilivnic unfct  ���������lOclininH, tlionoo norlh SOt-hnitiM to  pmco of (���������omnioiiCon.ont, coniitiuiiig  O'iO iicri-H nioio or lest:  Horihi-d on po.^l HC.iVri N J'Otior.  lllCIIMO.M) (,'miiU.rt  l!i������*.  Dan Ultiri*, a^oiil.  Dnloil r������tc������mh������r ID -li, li'lO-^  ~-, --j; ^ j; ,.-, KH;T *  Diulriot ������f Wup'-it,  TAKI-', NDI'U'i;  tlmt.   IWw.rd   Ihlto,  nf Hit^hiiti-il"n. N\. '������������������, chiiu i,,iiil������sid������ to  npply for  p(MVi.-fiioo tc pun^tami Iho fnl.  lowi,i|{ d������ 'criliod lniiilw:--(!oiiiii(Ciii-innK 'lt  ii p nt jluiinl :'.   mi i i    ������ii.t,    ���������>(    tlm  iu>iill' i-ukI cinvr ot Sus iwti '.'I, "t*.������������i*������-hi u  -.XI, ihciin-j v-',i������t Ho cliuiiiN,  iImico   kout u  Ho oliniiiH,, Uioi.ioimH >Kl  oluiu.f, tiittiOM  JH'l-'.ll ''0 I'h I,I.h I'M1'  '���������'" ' f'.'"i|'tO'.'l ?<'llil'llt,  (101,Wii'Hi.H I'll) Wi'l'I'H,   imii'--   ill   liH),  Sji.I. il on po,,!. Kl)"n N ''-. c.irjn-r,  lOtWAi.i Dvki:,  ,In������qih M. Vny, \i.*nf,   \ Hit.������1 IVt-ntnlicr lllih. 1010.  ntll'21 my Si I I ***m mummw ****..,* mt..,0,ihmMimm.w *mmmm*mw...**"  TAKK NOTIOK tint  D   I'. Mm'. <fi  V otoiiii, II. il, Aooountiiit, inlmiilH to up  i      f I!.. .... .1  I ,.   ,.,,,    I   f,,r  i,|.'|t    Mul  V J   ���������  putrojoi'.in on tho foil-win*? ������'fi-.onli.d  Uiid������:���������0 ininii iiinnHtupo.it phi-tcd on  tlio Hoiith-wmtooriH-r of Hu'thiti HI Ilu*  p-rt iM.ttriol, Miloolni Irl-md. lli������-'i:o out j  m: (iluiin*, 'li'T.oa noil i B0 ������0i*iin>, llioi v.u  tv,',t   Mil   chiiOH,    ll:niiM   v f>>t Hil cl avif,  ������������������������������������"������������������������ m-mMf.i*������.mmmm-mmmmf    (.J^,,,^ g���������|nl| tit) ylllU   IJ tl I III! pUtllt I t l*4ll  llciul    tilt-    lU'c.':t, iinuuuuciu,  llMtad lllhdnyot M-r.h. I������I2.  1). I)  MU III. l<<������l.r  Jcliqli II. Koy, .V������*nt  sjilSI my ������l  1    O. H TARBELL  ; HIGH GRADE STOVESf  y And ������������  Hilt IU-N i .inhNSlLS  Sportsmen* Goods  Have  Vint  son������? ���������They (iotia Ouit Kick in'  My Dog Avoun.'    Como and k^'  a copv al Tho New-* Oflkc Only  f������ fi-^i' rojvio.1? }i-ft  mul  General Hardware  , Yj t*fXt**i*K*t s������'fmt/\r*J*J-*<****fm*. | THE NEWS. CTBIKT5I������*.AND'. B. C  ffl  NEW STRENGTH  IN THE SPRING  Nature Needs Aid in Making New  Health-Giving Blood  In tho spring the system needs a  tonic. ���������To bo healthy you must have  naw- blood just'as "the trees xnust  liave new sap to renew their vitality. Nature demands it. and without  this new blood you will feel weak  and' languid, You may have twinges  of rheumatism or the sharp, stabbing  pains..of neuralgia. Often there are  . disfiguriiC" pimples or eruptions on  tho skin. Ir. other cases there is  merely a feeling of tiredness and a  variable appetite. Any of these are  signs that, the blood is out of order  --that the indoor life of winter has  lessened your vitality. What you  need in spriiiK is a tonic medicine lo  put. you right, and in all the world  of medicine there is no tonic can  equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These  pills actually make new, rich, red  blood���������your greatest need in spring.  This new blood drives out the seeds  of disease and makes easily tired  men, women and children bright, active and strong. - Mr^. Murrtty Marshall. Zephyv, Ont., says: "I do not  believe 1 would ever have been well  and strong again but for Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I was so weak and  nervous that I could not be left in  the house alone. , I would take weak  spells with my heart and think I was  going to die. I tried doctors and  electric belts, but they did me no  good. Then a friend urged me to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. "To' my surprise I socn noticed my appetite improving, and from that on I improved rapidly until I was enjoying the  best of health, and I have not been  troubled with weakness or nervousness since."  These pills are sold liy all medicine  dealers or can bo���������had by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for- $2.50  from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  A Careful Diet.  Sir Richard Jebb, the eminent physician, was a man of irritable temper; and when' bored by the, querulous complaints of some of his patients could not always force himself  to return a civil answer. A troublesome patient, whose illness was pure-'  Iy imaginary, pestered- him one day  with questions as to what he should  eat;' .-���������'.���������������������������  "ily directions on that point," said  Sir.Kichard, "will be few and simple.  You must not eat the shovel, poker  or tongs, for they are hard of digestion; nor the bellows, for they are  jvindy, b ut_any things else youpleaseT'  r-Tit-Bits",       '" '  His Half Share  ''Willie, v/hy don't you let your little brother have your sled part of  the time?"  "I do, ma, I lake it going down  hill and he has it going back."���������Boston Transcript.   ���������  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued.���������  When one is a sufferer from muscular rheumatism he cannot do better  than to have the region rubbed with  Dr, Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Thero is  no oil that so speedily shows its effect in subduing pain. Let tlio rubbing bo brisk and continuo until ease  is secured. Thero is moro virtue in  a bottle of it than can bo fully estimated. ., '  Bad Outlook.  "No, I can't get up enough courage  to ask eld Patterson for his daughter,"  "And why, not?"  "Because I'm a builder of absolutely fireproof buildings and he Is a flro  Insurance - agent,"���������Cleveland. Plain  Dealer.  A Pill for All Seasons.���������-Winter and  Rummer Iu any latitude whether in  lorried zone ov Arctic tomperaturo,  Parmelco'H Vegetable Pills can be de-  ponded upon fo do their work, The  dyspeptic will Ilnd thorn a friend always and should carry thoin with  him everywhere, They are mado to  withstand nny climate and nro warranted to konp their freshness and  strength, Thoy do not grow stale, n  finality not possessed iu ninny pills  now on tho market.  Till the year IKIl'l, nil conl.i Imported Into tho,Thames, Instead of hoing  Hold hy weight, wore Hold by ineit-  sure.  It Is mild flint, tho Adinlriilly uro  actively jjngngod In maturing plans  I'or a inofor-driiwii  warship of largo  Hli������U.  TMnmondH huvo been discovered In  meteoric iitones,  Newfoundland Is tho oldest British  felony, and was discovered hv John  Cabot In M!)7.  Amusing Is a lavorllo Ihrent of tho  famoii.t l)r, Rente, who us(;d lo sny;   ���������  "Jloineniher, boys, you are lo hn  pure In heart, or I'll llog you till your  are."  * The flrnt rernrd we live of conl pt  nbout, three hundred years lief ore lhe  i;iirlstlan era,  Prearranged Accidents.  Eighteen .months' imprisonment,  with hard labor, was tlie sentence recently given to a man in London,  thirty-seven years old, who in threo  wars has "faked" about two hundred  accidents, for which he was paid various amounts, mostly by shopkeepers, rather than fight the eases in  court. He would fail down and then  make claim to havo been injured  through tho negligence of the persons  whonvhe made his victims. Had the  cases come into court he would have  been detected. His deception was  favorqd by a malformed wrist, which  he represented as due to the accident.  A ���������--confederate accompanied him,  making notes of each accident, with  the particulars of the name and address of those from' whom the money  was to be obtained. Somo years ago  a man in this city received damages  after falling through an open grat*  ing-xin a sidewalk and breaking an  arm. \It was strongly, surmised that  previous to his coming hero he had  broken tlio same arm and had been  paid for it. Later on he went to Chicago, where lie again met with an  accident. Ho was" then discovered to  be a fraud alftrwafc. punished.  Old Country Tour PoT Boy Scouts  Plans for a tour of England, Ireland and Scotland by several hundred i  United State.-, boys during the summer vacation this year are being  made by Colin-,*?. Livingstone, head  ot the Hoy Scouts of tlie United States.  It is proposed to send the boys over  accompanied by competent 'Scout'  masters and physicians; as soon as  the schools close. The youngsters  will be drawn from all parts of tlie  country, and if a sutlicient number  will make the trft a steamer will be  chartered.  The plan also contemplated a trip  to the. United States by British bovs  on the same steamer. .: Mr; Livingstone was encouraged to attempt this  undertaking by tlie marked success1',  of the recent tour of Australian 13oy  Scouts.  The  Power of Money.  A well known hotel keeper of New  York gave, not long ago, a famous  banquet at which was displayed and  used, a service of gold plate valued at  $50,000. Soinc ono commented on the  costliness of the dinner, whereupon  the proprietor said:���������-  "It is "only typically American. In  eleganc'o as in wealth we lead���������the  world to-day. We have passed that  stage in our development wherein the  newly rich studying the French in despair used to tell the waiter to bring  hini fifty dollars' worth, of ham and  eggs. And we have passed that stage  where if a child should whisper to its  mother, 'Mamma Uncle Goldreef cats  wit_h_ _lHS_JvnUj:,!__tlic._inother__would-  rejilyf���������  "Hush, darling! Your Uncle Gold-  reef is so rich tliat he can eat witli  a pick and shovel if he so desires.'"  The Memory of the Ant.  Experiments are continually being  made to test Uie memory of animals,  such as the elephant, the dog, the  bull; but it would seem a thankless  undertaking to ascertain whether the  ant has a memory,. Nevertheless, a  scientist in South America thinks he  has succeeded. Isolating- two of the  largest species of tropical ants he,  could find, he so arranged their ro-  ceplacle that they could get no food  without climbing over a circula'r slant  into another compartment, Over  this slant, when the food was not  there, he placed a crimson cord and  tho ants very soon learned to interpret tho signal and never attempted  to climb over it, Thinking, after a  time, that there might bo something  in the color that repelled thorn automatically, as lhe bull is affected unpleasantly by red, ho replaced the  red cord by cords of varying colors,  always witli tho same result aftor tho  ants had mado a fow excursions ovor  tlm slant and come back hungry,  Then, ho tried plain cloth, and even  paper, hut the result was invariably  tho name, After a number of trials  tlie ants refused to climb tho slant  when thoro was any Hort of a "signal,"  Finally, the scientist reversed Ihe  signal, having food beyond tho slant,  only when dt was viable, nml after  an Infinite number of trials the tints  accommodated themselves to the  change,  1  Dr, JohnaoiVc Sunday,  Dr. Johnson���������probably the most  genuinely pious Englishman of Hie  elghteejilh century���������mnv ho claimed  as a supporter of the ehoerl'ul Sunday. To a gentleman who ob|octed  to bird-catching at Slreatlitim on n  Sunday hn said: "Wh||e half the  nirlrtlhtn word Is permitted to dance  and Hlng and celebrate Sunday ns a  day of festivity, how coiiioh your purl-  tunica', spirit ho offended wllh frivol-  oiih and enipl.v devlniloini from e.vnel-  uoHH?' Johnson held, however, that  Sunday should ho a distinctive dav  "People may walk, but not thro'w  si ones tit birds. There mnv bo re-  luxation, hut there should ho no levity,"--London Chronicle.  There are nearly ill sheep to every  person lu New Zealand.  PAW  HEELS  PAW RUBBER SOLES  Embody (he patented features  _of Cat's Paw Heels.  ISO  .W. N. U. No, 094.  The Smallpox Regiment.  Things have altered vaslly In Bus-  sin during the Inst llfty yours, und the  M.P.'h now,, vislilug Dm (,z���������|, W|j| Bl,0  no freak regiments of soldiers mieli  iih Krederlel( Leveson-tlower m\������ in  JMiti,(( "Tin* line Emperor," ho rehit-  l-if,    "ii-'M    Ifflililii   nil.    UiXMVtUniS,      10  their looks. There is ouo regiment  of men nil marked with sinnllpox.  This Pniilovnkl regiment did a thlnp  which iHiuiHcil me. ,Iiih! before the  cortege einne tip Ihey all blew their  uu-,1 .-. in. im-. v,iMii hi coiiiiiiaiul,  Thin vim In order thnt none of them  sneeze when tho Emperor passed,  ns lheir doing sa would bring him bad  luck."  Economical Dodge,  Mr;!. Dooh-y Oi'iu taUiii' hie t.weUe  children buck to Olrehind an' do be  f������eifln' tlwlr tweh-e lU-kijt-,'. fur the  price of eleven.  Mrs,    Murphy Faith, nu' a large  fninily Iu n great win' to a person! -  Judge,  During    I'.ili:  C":V.[>'i:���������  uf  Lite  moon,  there    will  be  SniU  und   two  Ot  two  the  Vanity f  McGorry���������I'll buy yez no new bal,  d'yez- moind that? Ye are vain enough ahiriddy.  - Mrs. McGorry���������Me vain? Oi'm  not! Shure, Oi don't t'ink mesilf half  as good lookih' as Oi am.���������Christian  Register.  SMMh Gum  quickly stops couiths, cures cold.-;, heals  tha throat aad luniis -      125 cents.  ���������'''." Canaries in Mineo.  -The use of the canary as a ���������warner.  of the. existence.of foul air in a mine  has long been familiar in this country. A similar use is. now made of  it, on the other side of the Atlantic.  It was first of all thus used after the  "explosion-at~eross���������'Monntain���������Miirer  Briceville, Tenn. Rescuers with'machines for making, oxygen on their  backs went first, carrying canaries iu  cages. They were followed by others  who "were unprotected. When the  wings of the canaries were seen to  droop the latter turned back. It was  thus known that the air was unfit for  them to breathe.         'Tie���������Before I married you I never  thought of saving.  She���������And now?  He���������Now, I'm ��������� always thinking  what a lot I could have saved if I  hadn't married you.--London Opinion. .-.������������������"  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  Cruel Papa. .  JVIai Ion���������"Did.     you     say   Harold  doesn't know his own mind?"  Marlon's Papa���������"Ho doesn't unless  somo one introduced him to it lately:''  A Pill For Brain Workers,���������The  man who works with his brains is  more liable to derangement, ot Iho  digestive system than the man who  works with his hands, becauso tho  ono calls upon his nervous energy  whllo tho other applies only his muscular strength. Brain fug begets irregularities of tho stomach and' liver  and tho best remedy Unit can bo used  is Parmaleo's Vegotahlo Pills, Thoy  are upcolally compounded for such  cases and all those who use them,can  certify to their superior powor.  Wh;rc Justice Dawdleo.  Tn KiiiTuis lhe condemned, rufflan  had just been found guilty nnd given  a jail sentence.  "But beforj you begin your term of  ImprlfioniiHiit," said the kind judgo,  "vou may go homo nnd settle up your  tiff airs,"   .;  "If will fake some tlmo," explained1  lhe condemned one,  "No doubt, no doubt," said the kind  judge. "Do the best you oan, Charlie, and when you are ready to visit  the Jail Just drop me a postal or step  In the next time you happen to bo  going by, Niip day, Isn't it?"���������Cleveland Plain Dealer,  Only One 'BROMO QUININE"  That  I.i' UAXATIVH  JIltOMO QlMNlNB,  I.oolc for the KlKiiaturu of fl, \V. (.iltOVK,  lined tlm World over to Curo a Cold lu  Ono Dny,     t'Bc.  Wl'hln lhe hist ton yearn Hie homos in Ilie United States Increased  fr������m iilioul eighteen million to nonr.  ly tweutyiitnilllons, and Iu price from  tilniif. lilm uuiiioii tfoiiuiii tu more than  2.000 niHllcn dollars.  Nearly till children are subject to  worms, urd many nre horn wllh thorn.  Snare tlieui unfferlni: bv nwlni' Mo.  ther (Jraves' Worm li.MennJnator,  tho best remedy of the kind that can  ho had.  Hla Accomplishment,  Sell lenient Worker���������He this Is your  HiniiHibrother, What does he do nil  day'.' Hiille Motbcr-Smoko a cigarette for the lady, hub, nnd'mvullow de  ������,Ulb! -Il.ilJiei'H Hu/iutr,  Mlnard's   Liniment   Cure*   Dandruff.  Well Named. *  Mr. Drought  Is ������ candidate on \\,t,  prohibition  ticket  ln  Wisconsin  nml  Joy Itroiners run a garage In Mliine-  lapolls. -Milwaukee Journal.  Refreshing to an Expert.  A stylishly dressed woman in a  smart-looking brougham narrowly averted running over a Western Union  messenger boy riding a bicycle in  East,Ninth street a few days ago.  The woman stopped her car and  opened the door of the electric to express her sympathy.  But the-boy. was ahead of her, and  in a harangue that for " emphasis  would have made Capt. Kidd or any  of tho old buccaneers green with envy, told her exactly what he thought  of t\v> incident.  The woman closed the door hurriedly, and, turning to her 8-year-old  son, who, dressed like Lord Faunt-  leroy, sat demurely beside her, said  in a shocked voice:  "1 never heard such language-in my  Me.'l   "Ohf that's nothing," the little fellow told his mother, "You ought to  hav3 heard the cook talking to the  neighbors about you the other day."���������  Kansas City Journal.  Convicts at the State prison have  been given permission to smoke in  their cells after each meal. Warden  Codding'.gave them this privilege.  The reason the warden, gives for  granting them this privilege is that  it will make the men more contented.  Often men have been unable to work  for weeks after they come to prison  because of the condition their nervous system is thrown into when deprived of tobacco.���������Kansas City Journal.'  Children at Dr.   Barnado's Homes  now number over 0,000.  I consldor MINARD'S LINIMENT  tho BEST .Llnlmont in..,uso.  I got ivy foot badly jammed lately,  I- bathed it woll wiih MINARD'S LINIMENT, and It was aa well aa ovor  noxt day.  Yours very truly,  T. G. McMULLEN.  His Masterpiece.  The your.g novelist had had a tough  tlmo of it, and so had his dour wife,  Sho he'd his talents iu poor'estooin  aud iflen urged hint to try something  else, for sin was sometimes hungry,  and all the tlmo 111 clad. But one day  his luck changed, lie'began to.mnko  money, And thero came a day when  he wan able to write Iih: choquo for  $100 and puss It. "to his wife.  Tier eyes llllod with tears us she  rend 11,  "Willlbrnnd, darling," she Btild, as  she hiiHtoned around the tnblo and  put her arms about his neck, "I'll  take back nil llio moan things 1 ovor  Hiild nbout your work, This Is tho  best thing yot ever wrote!"  THE VETERAN8' BRIGADE  The various bodies of Veterans  Hlfiuiled In nil parts of Western nnd  Centra! Ctimid't, nlllllnted with tho  Veterans Brlgn.de, will honor Decoration Dny, nn Sunday, May 12lh, This  year extensive nrriingenientH nro ho-  Imr mndo hv Iho WlnnlpeK llendaunr-  lerrf������of the Veterans Brigade to wol-  conic ,t Uiihm liUiiihcv ul wuuuuihiri  who will come In lo the City to march  once moro with old tlmo comrade*  of the Boor War, l<\>nlun linhl, or  Norlb-WcHt Rebellions. A (Jrami Entertainment is lo tnlte place on l-'rl-  duy evening, May Xih at; iho new  Hall or Industry. On Saturday there  will ho a t'nmp-KIro Concert nnd  Holl-Callj and on May IStli. tho big  parade of llio Veterans Brigade,  headed by their own brass band,  All VoteraiiH from outside places are  to be nc.ccordod Iho place of honor In  the jarnde, Colonel Scott will be In  romni.'ind of Ihe Brigade.  The events In Tripoli lmvo-shown  that In the next, great European \vnr  the dying machine must he reckoned  with, The Italian commander known  .-is   nru-h   about   the   portion and  strength ot Hie TttrUf-th turret ri" tli,'  Tiirka IhemuelvoH. ��������� ��������� Sclonllllc Anioil-  can.  r\  H  IWantlfoirto  KaveMyNew  Granary"  "I have a money-saving invention���������  handy granaries to allow field threshing over your farm. Move them about  each year. You. save long hauls at  harvest time.   In  ���������_spring__y_ou-Scatter :  small straw stacks.  ���������no burning of  Many  Sizes  ISO  200  300  400  500  600 -  and  1,000  Imperial  nusliels.  Full Measure  Cunranlced.  straw."  "These granaries come in compact  bundles. A boy can set up and bolt  one together in a few hours. Four  padlocks protect the grain. Separator  delivery into a spout on the side or  into roof manhole���������saves work during threshing. Your grain is protected  from vermin, wet and thieves, fl Sell  it when you are ready, loading direct  from the granary into your wagon;  or bagging it, No musty or heated  grain. IJGet my granary and he independent of elevators for selling.  Sell at the highest price, no matter  how long you store your grain.  The Pedlar Granary protects-you."  "My 150-buahel Granary (bowing door, Also without door.  If denlrcd. Shows how enty to  bis iirain, when wanted. Other  i-utat left shows npout for hand  tilling:������������utlacliod to Granary."  ^rite tue for my booklet. It sliowi lmw profitable mv  urnnary Iscven on u siuylc (iiiniier-scctioii fnrtu, T'se  it for 1912,   The Book Tells of Hiu Money for You."  The PEDLAR PEOPLE Limited  Write for Booklet No 62 OSHAWA, ONT.  WINNIPEO  OAI.aAEY  EDMONTON     BEOWA  78 Lombard St.   Crown Block      GiiJ 8rd St.W.  1001 Hallway Sl.8.  SASKATOON , \ MOOSE JAW        LETHBIZIDOE  Rrawiir 10ID  earo WlTltiock &"liirlatt   ~mv\MTSi. S.  At a meting of tho Froncli Agricultural Society, M. Vachor spoke  of tho good results' ohfalned In Normandy hy a milk controlling node-  ty, Following tho cxamplo of similar hodiop in Denmark and Sweden,  a herd hook.Is.used lo keep truck of  tho cows and tholr (loHcondants, so  that only tho hoHt animals for milk  piwluolnK. uro nolect.nl. This applies  also to tho males, whose qimlltloH are  fransmllted, Btioli anlmalH nro much  preferred hy huyeis ilinl bring a  higher prlco.  Wireless In French Fishing Boats.  In purmiimco of tlio oxaiiipio sol; hy  tho (ionium (.lovornmeiit In grunting  n iiiihvontion for the eneoiiriigenien������;  nf wireless tolegrupny In fishing  bonis a credit of $.10,000 hns boon asked from tho Fronch Government to  encourage tlio Insinuation of wlro-  less tologi'tiphy In Freiioh Ilshlng  tiinaeh's, Honls ciirrylng lheir own  nppiii'iitiiH will rocolvo an IiiHtttllntloii  bounty of $200 and nn upkeep nllow*  nnce,  AGENTS WANTED.  Write for agency for onr special to-  order tailoring for your town.   Ther������  Is money In It.   Johti Dawson, Ltd*  Church St,, Toronto. ,,      ���������  "Ever boon locked up?" demanded  counsel, ^ .  "I  hnvo boon,''  atlmlUod tho witness,  "Alia!   And what, had you been doing to got youi'HOlf lookotl up'!"  "I hnd been doing jury duty."  "Why are you sn vexed, Irmn?"  "1 um exasperated!    I attended the  mooting of the soehil Kqunllty Loaguo  nntl my pnrloriniilil liresnletl, nud H'n(i  had thn nutlnolly to call mo out of  order three times."  The small imy of tho liousohold  wiih not notably proflclont In microti  lore, but whon his slst.or asked him,'  "Whero wan Solomon's templo'?" ho  Indignantly rosont.od tho snpposod  Impoachtnont of his Htoclc of Information, ond rotortort:���������  "Don't you think I know nny thing?"  Sho assured him thnt sho did not  doubt thai, ho knew, hut urged hlrn  to stato for hor benefit,.  Though not crediting her nlncorlly,  ho finally-exclaimed, curtly:���������  "On t,hovHl(lo of his hond,,of oourse,  whovo othor folks' nro! D'you b'poho  I'm a fool?"  Swodon'H wntor coursen nro esll-  mated to ho able to produce 10,000,-  000 horso-power nlno months In ovory  year,  JL*    mama* ���������^BM������1^M   -PL.    Ztkz, jK, .aar.mjr.rm*...mrvF., .',,\3 rsa  MnUe������ n itreat difference in raoit women. They are troubled with "nerves"���������'  they tulfer from backache, hendeohe, ulecplemneii, a teniatlon ol Irritability or  twitchinrf, hot flasher*, dizzy ipelU. or inanv other symptom* ol female wealtnc������������w  The locnl disorder and liilluiiimntion nhouid bo treated with Dr. I'ieroo'n totioiv  Tabled and the Irreituhirity and wenkneNi of the female Hyitern corrected antf  Rtn-ntnlii-nrd with fir. r>i*i'ct'i Psvarltc IVc������cuiitJ������Ju, Tin; btiwu upon uie youngi  woman or (lie woman of middle age���������upon the nerve and blood formlnrf ttriicluret-~  may be ton great (or her strength, 'IhU in the time to lake this restorative fonio>  and strength-giving nervine and regulator. For over forty yeum sold hy drtiggiita  (or wonmn'ii peculiar weakneitei and distressing ailments, the one rmtdy so perfect  in composition and so good In curative effects as (o warrant  Its makers In printing its every ingredient on its outiido  wrapper. Tlm out remedy whloh absolutely contains neither  alcohol nor injurious or hnbit-iorming drugs.       , ' i  Following letter selected Bt random from a large number  of similar ones and cited merely to illustrate theso remarks i    j  "In th������ winter of 1008,1 bco������".,������fo^Uv run dawn and Iriwulsr.'*  writes Mrs,mnixy Pcorr, t-f ������w������n Creek,Mich,, lloule 1, Hox 4f������. ''I  slowly Imt mr*lr tr*w woriw, snil, at lust, ivsolvw to spply to tlin dor������  ion for h������lp. 'liisdoctor isld I Ind Inflsmmsllon. mfarut'mtmt ami hrer-  ittlon. I wm h 1)M e|<iv*n w������ok������ and irot, no hrttcr, Tlie ilw.loi- mU) I  wotidl liovn ta have an npurstlun, Imt to that I would nol listen. My liui������  htnd pinrctisii*d two lM\W* of Hr, Pl-Mt*'������ I"i*orli������ t'r^ncriiitlori, vt'lini  J ������t������n������d to ttka Hilt ri>nii<t1y I eotil.l not wslk seroiis Uia floor, but uf top  I liit't fi'.^M thr><,< h.Ktl, i | cuuM feci luf-Al u.iliiliig, ������i> 1 ih(i|)|icd tha  doctor anil tooU fir. I'loico'n r������vorlt������ J'rcm rlptlon, Only for ll I think  I would havo fmtn tlnad ~t really Ullsvs ll MV������i my Ufa I ttaf bcttoy  now 'Im ia twenty yams."  1 THE NEWS, CUMBEItLAXD, R CL  l*.  \  One Story Leads  to Another-  By SILAS ARMSTRONG  ���������'Mark," snid Mr. Chandler, "here's a  cent; go get mo a paper.''  It was 0 o'clock tn Ibo evening, nnd  dny 'and night, were mingling.- A boy,  who was ten years old,'started for the  paper. Tho walk beforo him there nnd  bails would require about ten minutes.  Tweuty minutes passed nnd be hud not  returned. His mother hegnn to grow  anxious. IIor husband laughed nt ber.  Dinner was announced, aud still no  word from Mark. Mrs. Chandler insisted that tbo father'should go to the  newsstand nud make inquiries, lie  consented and learned that tho boy bad  been there, bought a paper and goue  away -with it iu tho direction oi his  Lome.  Tbis is what happened to Mark.  While walking bomo a carriage dr&ve  up to tbe sidewalk besido him, two  men alighted, seized tho boy, put hi in  into tho carriage, got iu with him, shut  the door and wero driven away. Thero,  was not a person near to seo what bad.  been doue.  Mark Chandler was a very bright  boy. Ho was a-boy's boy, not a girl's  boy by auy means. He had no use for  Indoor playthings, except that lu the  garret of his homo he bad a workshop  aud various electrical contrivances. He  knew nothing of electric theories, but  bad played with batteries to turn niin-  .inline mills, ring bolls aud make tiny  lights so often that he.had become  quite conversant with tbo adjustment  of wires. His other amusements were  baseball, football and in winter skating. Altogether Mark was as well calculated as any boy of his age to take  care of himself:  He knew  ho  was  being kidnaped,  nud from tho Hugo in which his captors conversed he judged they were  .   Italians.    Of course lie was terribly  frightened, but it didn't tako him very  long to recover his equanimity sufficiently to notice the direction in which  he was .being taken.    Ho bad been  ' nbout the city moro or less nnd knew  some locations. Rut ho was not driven  ���������,in a-slralght-courso,and,_soon_-lost,his,  bearlugs.   It was in tho spring of the  year, the length of tbe twilight had  considerably lengthened, and-tho boy  could see landmarks if he only recognized them. Presenlly-he passed a rink  whero ho had skated.   After this tho  carriage turned down a broad avenue,  which ho distinctly remembered, but  did not know its unme. Tbe lamps wero  lighted, and be saw the names of the  streets crossed.  Bogart street was one  of tbem, and Into tbis tho carriage  turned.   Kot far from tbo corner of  the street nnd tho avenue (he carriage  stopped nt a largo house.   It stood  nloue and had tho uppenrnnco of being  unoccupied.   Mark' was taken into It  by a back door, but thero were no  lights, und after passing through u  basement ball and up a short stairway  ho found himself in a handsomely furnished room In which a gus jet was  burning.   Besides tho two men was n  ���������woman, a verltablo ling, nnd, though  ho understood not a word of their tnlk,  ho knew that tho men wero turning  him over to her ns his jailor.  After a  brief consultation tho two mon went  out of tho room, followed by the womnn, who locked tho door after hei*.  Mark throw himself on a lounge  mid cried till Bho en mo bnck with somo  bread and n littlo butter aiid sugar on  it,  She told him in Itnllnu-Engllsb not  to cry, giving him lo understand thnt  lio1 would bo well trontod.  This helped  lilm to recover his equanimity, nnd ho  nlo tho Biipper sho hnd provided foV  lilm. Then sho took him. upstairs to a  Inrgo bedroom, In which tho gtis jot  wns turned low, and told hltn to go to  bed.  Tho kldnnpei'H woro evidently either  caretakers of tho lu,wso or, knowing  thnt It wnu vacant, hurt forced nn en-  ii'tineo und npproprliUcd It In (heir uso.  Mark didn't consider this,   lie wns too  young.   Hut ho did consider mon iim of  escape.   IIIh father had onco Incited  lilm In a room for disobedience nnd  Hhortly nftor found him plnylug baseball wllh hln boy companions,   Murk  hud slid down a drain pipe,   Ah soon  ns thu womnn left lilm ho begun to  um ko Investigations,  Ho mined n window so ston-lthliy ns not to mnku a  nm ml thut could bo beard mul looked  unit.   Ue wm on tho third'story In the  ronr of tho houso and nothing near by  which ho might get down,  Ilo nol Iced  n telephone! wlro loading Inlo n room  bolow nntl wished ho might get nonr It  long enough to send a message.  Hut It  ������'!!" nnt- lll.'otjT tlmt-lilq fit pi or* wnulil  pnrmlt him to do so,  Ilu longed nlmi for Iho battery ho luul  nt homo and wires (o connect It with  tho telephone wires, thinking ho might  Hond a message, Hut ho wiih perfect ly  Hiife where ho wiih, nud nt ln.it, giving  up trying to Uoviso iiicnuu nt CM:iipf,  lio (brow himself on tho bed, Thoro  lio fell lo thinking how anxious his father nud mothor would bo nbout hltn  und cried himself lo Bleep.  I'Jurly In tho morning (ho woman  nwnkenod hini nnd took lilm out of thn  room ho occupied, HIio had uo bleu of  letting bim Mfny In Iho dnyllmo where  bo might nltnii't. Iho attention of Hmso  AUtsldn nnd coininunlcato with ihom.  Hho took hini downstair* to tho kitchen,  ,-whcro tho C'tvc hlui komcthlug lo ont.  Alter that she compelled him to remain there with her .while,she did certain chores.  Tho door of the kitchen closet stood  open, nnd Mark could sec tbat on its  shelves wero certain remnants of  stores thnt were not likely to have  been bought by bis captors. Tbey had_  evidently been left there by those who'  had occupied the promises before it  bad been closed. Ono thing Mark saw  put an idea into bis bead. It was a  lemon. His grandfather, who ��������� had  been a soldier in tbe civil war, bad  been captured and imprisoned, lie  bad communicated with friends without by writing letters which would  pass inspection, but ou being heated  tho real missive, that hnd been invisible, would appear. Murk had often  heard bim tell, the story of how by  this means lib was assisted to escape,  aud 1t occurred to him that if be could  get "hold of tbat lemon ho might write  a noto to bis father. Tho idea was  very vague ln bis mind, but one thing  he determined on, to steal the lemon.  Ho was permitted, towalk around the  room, and watching his opportunity  when tho hag's back was turned to  him while sho stood at tho sink, be  pounced upon it aud put it in his  pocket. Tbat was as far as' ho got for  somo time. Nevertheless, his little  brain was at work, and finally he hit  upon a plan, no said to tho woman:  "Please let:.mo write papa to $ome  and take me awa������."  "Hush!" grunted the woman. "You  no write anybody."  "I'll toil him to p'ay you a whole lot  of money."  .  The woman's eyes brightened at this,  but she mado no reply. When one of  tlie men came tho same afternoon  Mark heard him aud the woman discussing something, and evidently be  was tho subject of their discussion.  .When it was finished the man went  into another room and returned with  pen, Ink and paper.  "You wrlto your father to send $10,-  000 and I take you home."  . Mark sat down at a table to write  without having tbe slightest idea how  be was going to uso the lemon juice.  Indeed, witli tho two watching him if  would bo impossible. He wrote a letter aud on reading it over found that  he had left out certain words; He laid  it aside and wrote another. While writing tho secoud lei ter it occurred to him  that he might have use for the first  and be should secure it. But his captors wero watching him every moment.  When he finished the second letter and  they were both eagerly reading it he  found an opportunity to put the lirst in  bis pocket. Then when they returned  him bis letter thoy bad-read that bo  might enclose and address it, he read  it ovor, tore it up and began to write  "another: ������������������������������������������������������--���������.���������  UUK1QUS  USES  FOR  PAPER.!   NORWAY'S AMAZING-��������� ARMY.  6omn of Them Aro Bullet* and Boats,  Houses nnd. Even Stoves.    - -  Paper can be made from nearly anything, and nearly   anything  can  be  made froni(paper.   # .    ���������  With compressed paper nre made  wheels, rails, cannon, horseshoes, polishers for gems, bicycles and asphalted tubes for gas or electric wires.  With wood pulp and zinc sulphate  there has been an attempt in Berlin  to mnko artificial bricks for paving.  After subjecting them to n pressure of  2,000 tons per cubic centimeter thoy  ore baked for forty-eight hours. In  similar fashion aro made roollug tiles  nnd water pipes. Telegraph poles  made of rolled sheets of paper aro  hollow, lighter than wood and resist  weather well.'  In Jnpan they mnke of paper cloth--j  lug, window frames, lanterns, umbrellas, handkerchiefs, avtitlclal leather,  etc. In tho United States and even  lu Germany aro mado paper colilns.  In Germany'they mako paper barrels,  .vases and milk bottles.  - Straw hats may now bo bought into  which enters not nn atom of straw.  Tbey aro made of narrow paper strips  dyed yellow. Artificial sponges are  made of cellulose or paper pulp. One  man has taken out a patent for paper  thread,to be used In sewing shoes, and  a brand of artificial silk Is made on  a basis of paper pulp.  The use of paper In Industry may be  Indefinitely extended. It is employed  to mnko Imitation porcelain, for bullets, shoes, billiard table cloth, sails  for boats, boards for building, impermeable bags for cement and powdered  substances, boats nnd vessels for water. There bas even been mado a paper stove which Is said to have stood  the flro well. Cellulose, may be used  to prepare a waterproof coating that  may bo applied llko pniut. Whole  houses havo been built of paper.' in  Norway there Is a church holding 1,000  ptersous built entirely of It, even to  the belfry.-London.TIt Bits.  Foot Soldiers Who Travel Thirty Miles  an Hour.  Ouo of the most fascinating military  sights tn the world is to watch Norwegian infantry, mounted on skis,  traveling and maneuvering. Even wlth.j  rifle and full marching kit.on his back  a Norwegian soldier, when equipped  with his suowshoes, can travel at thirty miles an hour on a slight grade, and  even on level ground he can cover from  fifteen to tweuty miles au hour. Tbe  skis used by tho Norwegian soldiers  consist of flat pieces of wood eight feet  to twelve feet long aud four and one-  half to six Inches broad. The Norwegian Infantryman is trained from childhood in tho use of skis, nnd his skill is  such that lio can glido in and out of  the trees without n crncklo to betray  his whereabouts.  When marching orders aro sounded  tho lender swings out and keeps up a  hot pnee. Once In sight of a supposed  enemy a pile of snow Is quickly scooped  up, and ensconced behind this simple  but effective protection tbo sklmau can  tako pot.shots nt tho foe.  During some recent maneuvers ln  which 10,000 Infantrymen participated  tho value of skis as an adjunct lu warfare was clearly demonstrated. Over  roads piled so high with snow thatcav-  airy would havo been unable to make  any progress whatever.^the infantry,  mounted on their skis,\ covered from  twenty to thirty miles an hour without  mishap ot any kind. Ot course, it  would-be practically impossible in most  Instances for the artillery; with their  heavy guns, to follow tbe Infantry over  the snow clad roads and passes, but for  skirmishing and scouting ski; running  soldiers aro extremely valuable.  Starfiih.  Starfish can bo cut into us many a*  six pieces and still not only survive,  but form a new starllsb from almost  every piece.  OUS COLONY  England's Penal Settlement fn  the Andaman islands.  Mattress Tapes.  By sewing pieces of strong tape wide  euough lor tho hand to slip through  S'Cr,L^,l',:sS"eSalr���������|UFE CONVICTS FROM INDIA.  turning It. for the handles give a good  hold on an otherwise cumbersome object.,-  Dividing the Hour.  The hour was divided Into sixty minutes because no other smaller number  has so many divisions as sixty. It can  be evenly divided Jjy 2, !i, 4. 5, C, 10, 12,  15, 20 and 30.  Often the Most Desperate Prisoners  Kill One Another, While Other* Fall  Victims to the Native Head Hunter*  to Whom Murder Is Sport.   ,  Frederick Taylor, F. IUG. S., writing,  ln tho Century Magnzlno about Jifo ia  tho Andaman Islands, says:  "The sailing of tho Maharaja from  Calcutta for tho Andaman Islands was  not accompanied by the usual goodbys  and handkerchief waving, for of my '  fellow passengers thero wero seventy  Camels Carry Malls.  It Is not generally known tbat for  many years past the Capo of Good  Hopo government bas used camels as i to whom no one wished bon voyage  a means of postal and police commu- jor a safo return. These were convicts,  ideation In tho more remote nnd arid nil   murderers   uuder   llfo  sentences,  districts of what Is now the car*)  province, stretching away north to tho  area of Gordonia, ou tbo Orange river.  English Shillings.  Sixty-six   English  shillings  can  coined from ono pound of silver.  be  who'for somo reason kind escaped the  death penalty, and iueluded six women, for the Maharaja Is tho ship used  by tho colonial Indian government to  transport convicts to the penal settlements n������ar Port Blair, South Andaman island, a distance of 050 miles  from Calcutta.  Island of St. Thomas, I    "Jho  prisoners" wero  all  manacled  St. Thomas Is not au agricultural is-, and shackled about tho ankles, with  land. Small patches of vegetables and ' chains fastened to bands at the wrist,  a few small groves of banana trees are , They were a despicable lot. At night  scattered over tho island. Guavas, n continual moaning.and cursing aud  mangoes aud other tropical fruits grow- hopeless sobbing came up from tho  lng wild constitute the vegetablo and hatches and mndo sleep out of the  fruit products. Tbe total livo stock Is  about 4,000 bead, of which 2,800 aro  cattle and 800 goats.       )  Tho Italians gave him a sound cuff  for what he had done, but he did not  mind that if he could only follow a  plan ho had in view. He wrote another  letter, which he purposely spoiled; then  another, in which he wsote the amount  of tlio ransom wroug. Then bo said  ho had changed bis mind aud wouldn't  write to his father after all. Since his  captors were now bent on his doing so,  they endeavored to force him to writo  another letter by repeated thrashings.  But be only said "Tomorrow," und at  last tbey deslsled.       '"*-���������  When Mark was put to bed���������this Urae  ln a loom with tho windows naijed up  ���������ho wrolo In lemon Julco with a match  a description of tbo house in which ho  was imprisoned and ils locatiou, so far  as ho could give it. Tho noxt morning,  when nlono with the hag, ho told her  ho would writo tho letter. She gnve  him tbo writing matetinls and bo wroto  whllo sho did ber chores. Finally ho  handed her a letter In nn envelope. It  wns the ono ho had first wrltteu, w'ilh  a postscript, "Burn up this letter when  you havo read It."  When tho'niuu who hnd been thero  tho dny beforo enme ngnln the woman  showed him tho letter. When Iio camo  to tho postscript Mark sow that bo  wns talking to tbo woman about it,  Thoy llnally seemed lo agree to let it  stand, probably considering it, 1f of  any Importance, rather.tin ndvautngo  to them. Tho 'mnn replaced tho letter  In tho envelope and took It awny wllh  lilm.  Mentiwhllo tho Chandler family woro  In n continued agony, Ono nfternoon,  on entering his houso, Mr. Chandler  found Murk's loiter flint had beon slip:  pod undor tho door. Wlth.lt woro Instructions ns to how lo pny tho mn*  Rotn. Tlio postscript ni'i'cslod Mr,  Oliundlor's nllonlJon nt onco. Ho surmised Unit Murk had boon forced to  wrlto the lollor nnd tho postscript, At  nny rnto, ho hnd no Idea of burning  tho lottor. But In tlmo hu begun (o  wondoi' iih to 1Ih moaning. Then ho  roinombored his fnl bur's story of how  ho hnd used lemon julco to effect his  cHcnpo from prison,. Ho hold iho lollor  before it hot. Uro nml tlio problem wns  HOlVfd,  Tho sitnio, night, with n forco of police, Mr. Chandler broke Into thn Iioiiko  nnd mndo it thorough senrch. Thoy  found nothing nnd hope was beginning  to desert thoin when they entered llio  Imsenieiit, Ileiirliiu them, Murk begun  to shout, Mr, Cliniitllcr rinsed thu mi  of a U������lloH;iry W'usb|ub, nnd Marl:  jumped Inlo his arms,  Tho polico took euro ot thoHo'tlipy  found In Iho Iionne, nnd Mr. Chandler  took tho liny homo lo his mother,, who  ������!l!������lhcr"-'l I.'!?,') wllh !,'!''r;1".  "How did you hnppnu lo think of Iho  lemon Jnlco racket. Murk?' nsked Ills  fnl her,  "I wouldn't hnvo (bought of It If I  hndn't remembered Brmulpop's prison  ntory."  Thero wns no uho In tho kidnapers  pulling In ii defense, for Mnrlc ldontl-  lied tho womnn nntl tbo mnn who hnd  Inkon hln lollor, und ihey tno now  serving it term In ulnte prison. 'J'h������  other man wan never found.  WHEN SPAIN GAVE UP CUBA.  The Drama^That Began With Columbus Ended In Sorrow.  Arriving ln Havana ou tbe afternoon  of Dec. 31, 1S98. tho day before Spain  J surrendered the island, I presented to  Major General Ludlow a letter of Introduction from the son ot oue of his  friends and asked for a, pass which  would euablo Mrs. Thayer and myself  to see the next day's ceremonies at the  palace. 'The pass was. presently forthcoming.  It was five minutes to 12 next day.  At thnt instant rose tbe solemn strains  of"llid"Spa"tiish"*antbcinr'As"lt-ceased  there was a moment's silence: Then up  through tbo.casements came tho "Star  Spangled Banner," and the procession  which bad formed below wound Us  way through tho great portal n'udy up  Into tbo room whero we were. Major'  General Brooke and the officers under  bis command, tbelr dress uniforms and  yellow sashes a bright uote of color,  entered first Then camo tbo swarthy  Cubnn leaders, their uniforms less  splendid, but their dignity beyond question, nnd last of all, General Castel-  lnnos nnd his Rtnff.  Tho scone wns too painful to prolong.  A moment ot formalities and it wns  over, and the defeated said farewell,  It wns an o.rdokl for n man of Cnstol-  lnnos' tempernmcut. Tears camo to his,  eyes.  "I hnvo been ln mnuy bailies," he  faltered, "many trying situations, but  never ln a position like this," then, as  wo watched, tho littlo handful of Spun-  ish troops, -bended only by fifo and  drum, set their i'nees toward Spain.  The drama which begnn with ���������Columbus wns llnlshed.-.lohn Adams Thayer's "Out of the But."  WelT Answered.  On ono occasion a young British nt-  tne bo wns ono of tho guests nt a stiite  bnnquet ln St. Petersburg, nnd during  tho bano,������et ho bnd tbo misfortune to  upset his wlno glass nnd mnko ix huge  rod slain on tho whlto tablecloth, Tho  czar happened to bo looking In his direction whon "ilio disaster occurred iind,  noticing.tlio youngster's pnin ful embarrassment, bo nuked rather cruelly,  "Do they often do tbnt sort of thing tn  EnglnndV"  Tho ttoddon worm turned.  "Yes, your mnjosty," enmo llio swift  roply, "but nobody tnkos nny notleo of  It!"���������London Answers.  ODD  MARRIAGE LAWS. ~  Lovers in Some Lands Meet Many Barriers to Matrimony.  In Norway no clergyman may perform a marriage ceremony unless both  parties provo that tbey bave been vaccinated or have'bad smallpox. In the  same country a guardian may retain  his ward's goods and chattels if she  should marry without his consent. Marriages between one of orthodox faith  and a non-Chrlstiun aro forbidden.  Parental consent is necessary to marriage in Russia, and if the prospective  bridegroom has Insulted his parents or  grandpnrents or Iho bride's parents or  grandparents their pardon must bo obtained to mnko the marriage legal.  This rule of obtaining parental consent when the parties are minors obtains in nearly every country, aud in  some of them the consent of grand-  .pnreiUaJsjieccssary._Dbrpxce_dops_npt.  dissolve tho matrimonial bond in most  Latin countries.  Marriage laws sanctioned by the  Byzantine emperors nre still In force  in Greece. Thero nre many conditions  that prohibit marriage there.  rraetlcnlly nny reason that would  justify the belief that the marriage  would be unhappy, such ns riotous or  Immoral conduct on tho part of one of  tho applicants for a license, is a bar  to marriage In Peru, where marked  disparity in class and social condition  is recognized us an impediment.  Proved immorality nnd hick of sufficient means to support a wife servo as  n bnr In Austria. Whilo a mnninge between n Christian and n non-Chrlstlnn  is illegal In Austria, a change of faith  nfter marriage in such cases does not  validate tho union,��������� San Francisco  Bulletin.  Betting on Life's Chances,  Betting on other people's chnnces of  llfo wns a fnvorlio nmusement of tho  young blades of tho eighteenth century  nnd onco led lo a fninous Ijiwsult.  "Old Q," when Karl of March,'laid a  wugcr wllh a Mr. Plgot thnt thnt gentleman's fathor, nged soveuty, would  not Biirvlvo Sir Willium Oodrlngton,  who wns lifly. The odds wero 98,000 to  $2,D0O. Quito unknown to cither,  Plgot's father wns actually dond nt tho  tlmo'the bet wns mndo, nnd Pigot refused to pny, March, however,'sued  bim In <!oiii't. nnd nfler u sensationtil  trial obtnlned n verdict In his fovor.-  T.ondon Chronicle.  Chalk.  Tbe great bulk of chalk is composed  of eight different species of.tlny shells,  but nearly. 300 kinds have beeu fouuu  in chalk.  Red Hail.  Red hall Is not unknown. In.May of  1885 there was quite a heavy fall of it  at Castlewellan, ln County Down, Ireland. Bed nnd white fell together.  And the red hue was not merely' on  the surface of the pellets, but went  through and through.  question for me, though the Europeau  oflicer In tbo steamer's cnbln apparently slept undisturbed. Early tho first  morning I went on deck and learned  that two of the male prisoners were  311 and bad been brought up to the*  deck for air. They were closely guarded, and raw recruits were stationed nt  the railing to prevent them from committing suicide by jumping overboard  into the Hugll river.  "The   Andamnns   are  literally   the  homes of murderers.   The Inhabitants  nro tho most vicious members of an  older civilization and the uncivilized  head hunters, among whom murder'is  n sport nnd a pastime.   In tho'settle-  , ment nro nbout 1,700 prisoners, including 800 women.   On arriving; at Tort  The Division Mark. I Blair   tbo   prisoners   first  spend   sis  Division was-formerly Indicated by 'months in solitary confinement ln tho  placing tbe dividend above a horizontal  cellular jail of Viper island.   They aro  line and the divisor below,   lu order to  then transferred to one of tho assocl-  savo space in printing the dividend was nted jails aud the comparative bless-  placed to the left and the divisor to tho lug of hard labor in compnny with-  right, with a simple dot ln place of , others, though still occupying separate  each. : cells nt night.    After n-yenr and a   ��������� half of this they become slaves, work-  Real Estate Mortgages.        .     | lng ln and nbout the settlement during  -It-Is- said- that- tlie-o!dest-investment-the-_day_-,and.__Eleephig_in_barracks_tt_t,  security is the real ostate mortgage,  night, always closely guarded.   At the  money having been loaned on land lu expirntlon of Ave years a convict be  comes eligible to join  the colony of  j'self supporters' nnd live In the vll-  ; lage, whero ho earns his living in his  P. , chosen wny, lives In ills own house  nnd cnn send for his wlfo nnd children or marry a convict woman.   In  Largest Topaz. '��������� n limited sense ho becomes a pator-  Tho largest topaz in'lhe world is said fnmlllas, but is nlwnys carefully  .to bo in tlio Vatican nt Home. It watched nnd cannot leavo tbo settle-  weighs seven pounds, and three Nea-  ment without permission  Babylon as loug������ago as 4,000 years.  . .m _    Sea Water.  Sea wnter freezes nt 28 degrees  nud bolls at Villi degrees.  politau lapidaries spent sixty-oiio years  making tbo carvings ou it.  "Dcsplto tbo rigid discipline nnd the  vigilance of the authorities the com-  munnl llfo Is fnr from  tmrmonlous,  Ocean Steamships, ' nnd (ho moro vicious often rebel.   Tho-  On two topics tliu great transatlantic murderers kill oue another nnd nro ln  fitenmshlp companies nro not ngreed. (urn murdered by tho treacherous An-  Somo creep through a fog nt a snall'a dnmnneso, who regnrd the hnplesscon-  pnee; others dash through it nt top- vlcts nnd their guards ns tbelr natural  most specd-tho quicker out of it the prey. Occasional nttompts nt oscnpo  better. Some Instiro Heavily ngulnst nru mndo by tho prisoners, but tho cf-  loss by firo; others carry all their tiro r0rfs' inevltnhly provo disastrous. The  risks themselves. ��������� fugitive, finding his conditional frco-  1 dom worso thnn servitude, either dies  Four Companies Conquered an Empire, nt tho hands of (ho .Inritwn wnrrlors,  foils n victim to fovor or othor dis-  enso or stnrves. Thero Is nlso a system In vogue by which tho moro  friendly tribes of flnvngos co-opornto  with tho authorities lu cnpturlng es-  enped convicts nnd rocelyo rewards  for tho return of tho unhiippy desert-  Moro often, however, lhe bond  In tho sixteenth century a whole ouv  plro was conquered with 400 soldiers  nnd sixteen horses. Tills wns tlj,o extent of Cortes* strength when bi> conquered. Mexico.  Licorice Root,  Llcorlco root grows In nbiuidnntftf In 'rrs.  tho Ural territory .of Ittissla. ���������  A Dangerous Dive,  In his romlnlscciicoH of llfiy yenrs of  nnvnl llfo Admiral Kennedy tells thlfii  "An nbxurd iidvontiiro happened to two  of our mun nt the opera. Thoy woro In  the gnllory nnd wore bolh considerably  (ho worso for liquor, whon ono of thorn  fell over (.lio railing inlo (hu pit. Ills  chum, under tho Impression thnt he  hnd fnl Ion overboard, tool; off his cont  nntl dived nftor lilm, Wonderful lo ru.  Inlo, iH'llhcr of (hem wns killed, Ouo  broke his log, UnTollior wuh unhurt."  Why Coat L&pele Have Nicks.  Tho following Is snld Hi bo tlio story  ot tho origin of the nick In tho lapel of  men's coats; When Napoleon first felt  llio sway of ntubltlon ho tried to implicate Gonornl Moroiiu In n coimplrney,  Morcjiti hnd boon Napoleon's superior  nnd wns exceedingly popular, but In  the clrctimstiincc's, wllh tho Mnn of  Dosllny lit power, It was not snfo lo  express publicly sympathy wllh Moreno, Ills ndmli'oi'* nud supporters  quietly ngrcntl to nick theii* cont Inpcl'n  tn show tholr fellowship, the out linos  of (ho emit nftor llio nick wns mndo  forming tho loiter M.  A Mystery In History.  From whence enmo tlio Toitccs, tho  Aztecs nnd Mnyns who lived In America even before tlio Indian hus nuvcr  been determined dcllnltely.   Jt Is pro-  siitnod that they en mo to this country  from Asia when n strait connected thut remarkably hn/.nrdous dnshns for lib  ,bin,tors kill tho fugitive .nnd return  j only tlio hend, receiving tho rewnrd  just tho snmo, llm killing adding zest  to tho chnso nnd (he return of tho  bond bolng tho easiest find qulckost  , wny ot earning (ho reward.  ! "Undor thoso conditions there aro  fow attempts nt escnpe, though mnny  country wllh Alnskn.  > Omlnnim.  ������������������Is tho boss going io glvo you iho  rnlso yon.nsliPd forV  "Woll-cr-I'm iifrnhl (o sny. l.lold  hlrn I thought my puy should ho com-  tnt'iisiiriilo wjlh llio iimoiint of work  I do, ..mid hn promptly ugreed with  me.'-i'tiiltuii'ipiiiii i'lt'tts,  Christianity.  Mnny n mnn would Ilnd It cnslcr to  do his Christian duly If ho were not hu  busy trying to do hln Clii'Istlnn friends,  -Chlengo Itccord Herald.      An Exception.  Rome ono or tmotiier onco nnlil, "It li  , i  poor nllo that  won't worn  botu  1 wnys."  "Woll, (ry telling mother Hint she  looks tut liko nil uiiukIiU'I iii.il ,iuu c.i,  lot loll Ihem ap.'iil. And ihrn try It on  llio diiugblor."-Vurlely l.lfo.  Not Unuvial,  "Did your son ri; through college,  riHnkcrtonV'r.:'!:?'! W!������!;iy.  "No." snld SVIcUicy. "ITo went  through tno, nnd 1 had to tnko him  >iit,"-IIiirpcKH,  A Dollino Hint.  Nover Ipnvo n spoon In unyllilng Hint  Is rcquli'Ptl (o bull quickly,   Thn spuim  ciwiliiPlN  Iho  hunt nwny  from  liquid.   '  Lentithenlna Life,  The difference between rising ovory  morning nt (I nnd 8 In tho (uiiino of  forty yon I'm nnioimlH to 'JD.'JOO hours,  or !l yours, 1-M (lays nnd 10 hours*  which uro equal lo eight hours n dny  for nsnciiy ten years, So Mint rising  nt 0 will bo thu snmo ns If ten .veins of  erty hnvo been made from tlmo to  lime, which, (hough futile, woro most  during. Homo tlmo ngo Iho slonmor  Vulnla picked up n poor, omnclutod  wretch who wns sighted on a smnll  l'lu ; liiunboo raft off iho Arnknii const, Uo  wiih Inter found lo bo nn cRcnpwl convict. When picked up ho hud boon on  tho rnft for twnuly-nlno days during  ono of iho southwest monsoons nnd  had secured water by cntchlng the  rnln nnd sucking tt from his turbnn  nnd loin cloth, Ilo lived upon flying  fish Hint flow nboard llio raft, cnilng  ihom raw, ITo wns swept off (he rnft  mnny limes by the waves, but hnd  inntingpil to rllng to it, After n month  In a lumpltnl at llnngonit he wiih re-  llfo  (ii   weighty  consldcriilltini   went  tiildPil, whcl'cln wo mny cotutuiind eight  hours every tiny for the culllvntlon of  ^Vir������o������V t������>"i������i 1^^Ti niuVVoll'tiiry confine  our minds nud iho dlspntch of business. ���������     ]f       ' J  Considerate,  Mnrli*"ls your luislmlul oonMtlprnte?  Alice-tfh much io ho doesn't como  tonic ut night for tear he'll wake me  irj.-Mi)h.vn������.  Fiction and Lin,  Mm, Knwloy-Aro you fond of tic-  lion. Mm, Kliibmniit  Mm. wiiluunii-  I'ho kind I rend, not lhe kind I noor.-  HoHton Tninicrlpt.  A dishonest mnn Is siwnys suspicion*  Ibotit hU fellow*  Qnicl< DIupM^h,  A lilll wnu once Htiuk on the shop  window ot u iniilcHiniin lu tho Fried-  rlclistrtiHse, Merlin, setting forth thnt.  "theso promises uro temporarily closed  nwlni? to (Iip nuirrliign of lht������ proprlo*  (or-to bo reopened In twenty minutes."       "  A Fsrawiy 8tor,  A slur of (ho hUID mngiilttido In the  Swnn, ill Cygul, Is 400.000'11 men ns fnr  nwny us tho earth Is from tho sun.  PlgurcsSfnll lo glvo nn Idea of n diamine no Imittciitp, nnd (lirrofnr* yonm  nro uwd, It lakes light ubuut upven  j-i'ni'n to rcurh us from (11 ('.vgnl, nnd  I we ssjf it In ������greu yuurs dUtunt.  "Another ilnnng nilcuiia nl t.w,i|<u  xvuh utiitU- hy u j'iirly of t-fx convict*  who were sont with two unlive police-  men to a small Islnnd off tho mlddlo  Andnmnn to work. They ninnngcd to  oscnpo from tho guards nnd, holstlnir  tlie !,.;!! of i'!;a .":u.i!! h���������'. ifni'luif out  Iii n gnle, After seven dnys of heavy  wont her I hoy woro dnshed upon the  roc lis of tho TcimiiHcrlm const, and the  limit wns wroclted. All osenpod with  their lives and eventually reached tU������  filnmeso border, whoro thoy wor(������ apprehended by tho locnl authorities and  returned to (ho prison,"  |   Tho tftlito of ii Uilng Is lhe ptRCi ������l  (nun a it glTcsyou, r-W TgMWtaa^tS?^itiqe������Bwaasg5a  cuauittm-w^awii' ijhwiw  "���������wSnsr-.-*   '"'JR'"!  ?j-^^������s*^B^cee*5*-KatfKfc������'SSi,Ti-  tfiTS fljSWS, e^MBfiRLAMD. BRITISH ���������Qij3ftfgS|&;  ������������������a������*x few. -.w  -jjl.Mt- ^������"*t^<-'U>������'yo-<������i^*'������*������i*gfc  CTHSSS  SPECIAL SALE OF  LACE  CURTAINS,  MADRAS  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN  MUSLINS,  CURTAIN  MADRAS,  AliT SATHENS  6  ������  ,K ARE N.OJY S1J0WJNG the b ,t ^  V   assorttiunt if J/.noIeu^i������ at 5^ Q  & aud Q-2 1-2 c-nlfi per pquaro yd, tpeoi.'l ������  to for y^y-dixy week 45c i-nd 55c per sq.yd q  js ������ ������.     -          ^  g A full Hue of Furniture. Beds, %  T,     ���������     .,,   ,    .��������� .Stoves, #nd Ranges  always on  I-oi Fay Week. ������  ia., ������������������  M  Mcl'hes lilockj      puiismuir Avenue,,       Cumberland  ^N5A ^-KTZ:iZ*.-2ZZi??;2ttZ:lS itp\ ^-^s-vsssss  Form Of Notice.  Nfttico is lie ro by givim Hint 30  days after dalo I intend to apply  to tlio  Honourable   Minister   of  Ti-XDKRS WANTlCD. .  Sl'].\i,El) TENDERS marked  >; Ts'.'iders ior Sidewalks?,'' will W  iff. ivc 1 by the undersigned up to  iiit'itdny. July 8th 1912 at (3 p. in,  hn the construction of cement j ^!uuls for u ^'-.ense to prospect for  sidewalks for the city  of Cumber- |ct'al and petroleum under the fore  land.     Plans   and    specifications * *ho��������� -9nd ,ln(Jer  the water on'the  , . ,,       ���������. c   ,,      lands in aiid opposite the   follow-  .,ni iy be seen at the  oIiicb   of   tlie   ���������       ,       -i    i'f    i     ��������� .    ,-,  "    - mg ilesc^ibtiu lands situate in Ru  pert District:���������.Commencing at  a  pty Clerk,    Cumberland,   JJ. C. [  Tiie work wiil contain 4-36 cu-  b'"o _) a rd* of Iil! nnd 710" cubic  ysiriis .of cement, more or less.  Forms of tender tyay bo obtain  ed from the city clerk, aiid nil  lenders niVift be accompanied by  ='. nrirked ehoqao fi;r the sum of  $100, said cheque to be ruturned  to unsuccessful tenderers.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  A. Mckinnqn, city clerk.  City Hall, Cumberland, B. U  ^iiieMth,  TJ12.  -tr- SmTXltXZ-^Stm-. WJf T.* i-'w.Mnr-fr-y.gM f ������pfif Hf r*1'" " ��������� i������'J||  Form Of Notice.  Notice is hereby given Ihat 30  "d;!ys~"ai't"ei"dntrr-i Tnteniftcr "ay/ply"  to the Jlonoin'iiblo Minister of  Lauds i'or :i ILe:;.?,; '.o piospeet for  co:ii and petroleum under the l'oro  ^liore nnd under the water on tho  binds in :i:id oppositothe iollow?  in'^ described binds situntt* in Ru-  pert, District :--Conimeneing al a  -���������inst planted on the sea beach at  high water mark at liio intersecr  tion of Sections 14 and IT), Town  *!iip 2. Port McNeil, Rnpert.Dk~  tris.il; l.hei)ce north fifty-five, Do  .chains more or less Lo luVli water  mark on the north side ,of Port  McNeil 11 arbor; t.hcnce easterly  along the i-hore line to intersection of Se'ciions .I'i and 21, Township 2; Ihence southerly .08 chaini  more or less lo high water jnarjj  .un south side of said Port McNeil  post planted on tlio sea beach at  high water mark at the intersection of Section: 18 and J3, Town  2, Port McNeill, Rupert District,  {.hence north sixty chains 60;  thence east eighty chains 80;  thence south eixty-iive chains 05;  more or less to high water nuuk  on south side oi' Port M.cNeill  Harbor; thence westerly along  shore to place of Commencement.  Bernard S. Springktt  Francis M". Tordift'e, Agent  Dated this 8th day .of April 1912  Form Of Notice.  Notice is iiereby given that 30  days after date I intend to apply  to the Honourable Minister of  Lands for a license to prospect for  coal"and* poTroIeiiTiTu nder the fo re  shore and under tjio water on the  luinb in and opposite the following described lands situate in Rupert District:���������Cpnimencing at a  post planted on the sea beach at  high water mark at the intersection of Sections 10 and 17, Town  ship 1 and 2, Port McNeill, Ru  pert District, thence nonh eighty  chains 80.; thence east, eighty  chains 80; thenco south seventy-  live chains 75,' more or loss to  hjgh, water'inai'k ou,south',side of  Port McNeill Harbor; thenco west  erly along shore line to place of  coiuiii.eiieeinent.   .  Nettik C Laihd  Francis N. TordifTe, Agent  Dated this 8th day of April 1918.  Form Of Notice.  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR-  Lad-ius' & Gentlemen's  tailor made   suits  from  S20.00 .To ������35,00,  Cleaning   and Pressing  iDONE AT  Reason a n^E pRirF.s.  !1   Phone 52  Cumberland  nizfajmfiz^ifyi^vzi*^^ f*4**t&a>>*y!^sj&im^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCFRS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's DEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  p ip���������* f*t  W1 lu, ^mr^-  ST  ^^fi-t^^^ffjs^^^taa*^*^ *^a^*fi!f^^*y^{saK^^  arbor;    thence   westerly  along  shore line to place of commence*  meet. Roland A. Laikd  bnincis T, '1'ordiil'e, Agent  Dated this 8th dny of April J0.12  f������������ ���������y?f*������L..-(*ail������*Ci'Ki(U'.*,'*-������������*-*-'-V. ������.**.'������-'' ** UU*-**-K:*\'W-'\t*a)*> m ������%**!  Form CM' Notice,  Nol ice i-- hereby n-iv(>n that,   510  rlavf- 'il'lei' date I intend lo apply  to the llniiouriible Minii.'er of  Lands for a iiconsii to jjroHpeel (uv  conl and petroleum under lln.; foio  i-liore aiitJ under tlie wutpi' on lhe  lands in and opposite the l/djow  ing tii.'.sei'ilied lnnd-;���������.dtunlu in \lo  pert Diwliii-l.:- tJoiuu.oueiiig  ut   11  post planted 011 tlie sea beach at  high wider mark ut, the inter,-ee-  tit.ni of St'cijuns I'i and IIJ, Tiiwii.  >liipti, Port M,;Neill. Kii|,c:'t Dis  li'icl. ihi'iH'i! north ht) idiaijjs, ><(),  iheiiee wc.st lei) ''liains,   .10.   nioi'ti  or l������':-s to high water murk on  Ledge    Point;      Iheiioe    weitorly  ��������� ,1 < ���������, ��������� ��������� ��������� . 11 ���������' 11   in,,. M, . 11,11,1������. 1, > 11 i i ���������. 1  ���������    ���������.,,,,.���������������������������      m-,     ,...',     .-I,       I  l,\l,   ll.'.lf,'ll ������. f  tlieiiee Miiilhtirlv M.xly-eighiciiiiilis  (!'i, iiiori) or l>.-t-r, to lii};'i y.-at-T  niark on nwll; tide of   l'erl Null  U'lvl,  idioro  iiieiil,  IbiK-  mrJ������W0KV3M*jtn..wj<  t!i   ,.!,.,,,,  I'M  ..I'M  I  ,-;m-  to  place 0! euMiiu.'tice-  ��������� loilN   iS. KENN'lvli'.*.  FrniK-i,.; M. Toi't|i!ye,Agciit  thir Htli day of April 1012  ..,,.,���������*, ,..���������.-.~-,���������-,.**,,, *     ,-..   rt. *.*. .mm t.-m.-.  .'���������   ������,   ,    '..- , ...4     ,.1,' ,1   il'i.V. ,,l ,\,L  li'i.v,-   -u     ;h"     !!���������! ilt'  ll    IJfCr. it!  '���������;:  '* M     ���������!���������','    1   -\v    {i\     (   iimM"'I  lfi'.'  1*   I ii'/ll  ..   .:!..\    I,  -I...)',;  \  ' ).,ii .1  iin-.   I ���������;:  <   ViiK  if..'  ������������������������������������ ei,%>:  :>.   I In:  ��������� 'H,}'-''  "������<4  Notice is hereby giVcn that 00  drtyG aftor dale 1 intend  to apply  10 tho ,.Honourable " Minister of  Lands for a liconeo to piospoct for  coal and petroleum under tho Lire  t-h-ii'o and under the water on the  Jaiiila in and opposito tlio follow-  itiy dcBcribt'tl luntls siluftto in Ru-  pcit Dijitriot:���������Commoticiiipt ut a  post phtnlt'd on thfl Boa beach al  tiitih water mark at tho intersection  xii SeelieiiH 1(J and 17, Townahip 1  and 2, Port McNeill, Iluport Dis  Irict; ibiMioo norlli eighty chain- 80  thi't.co west eighty clmiiibHO; thonco  Hou'.h nixty-iwo ohuiiiH 62, uim-c  or Jwt-H to hiyli water murk on south  nidi, of Port McNeill Jlnilior; ihonce  eagerly nlon^ slmra lino tn place  of eonminieoinerit.  AiteiiiiiAi.DToitinKi.'i:  Fi.uniii M . TirddiV, Af,cn!  ll.Ued thi.- Sih dny of'Apiil 1������1U  hOTH'E  is hereby j.'iycii   that  011 llio lii'ht d;iy oi June next  up  p.ll.ltlUII      >������l<l     "I1    illlll.I'    t"     I.lit.'   (311 ���������  pciitiloiHleliL ol i'roviiit'ial i'tdiee,  Victoria, I! C,, for the IraiiHfer  of the UiTii.'e for the m!e of iitpiur  bv retail in and tinrin the ocinisi t  knov.ij a ijit! ^Vil on lluifl, lru-  ion Pay, II. C, frmii John Hum.  phrey to .MlVed Uitper Ilonif.  Jului Humphrey,  Hwlder ���������!���������'Li.- ���������!>,(���������,  Alfred Ktiper llorinv  Ai jipii ��������� i'i  i);iie M������y 2;tih, jbli, ,  MUNICIPALiITY   OF TIKv  ClTY   OF  CUMBERLAND   o   PUBLIC NOTICE ii hereby given to  iho elccuirs of tho Municipality ot the Oity  ot Cumberland thnt I leqmie tho pretoiica ���������  ot rho said electors nt tl-.e City Hall,  Dnasniuir Avenue, on the 2nd day of July  1312, at 12 o'clock 1100:1, for tho imrpt so  of nom natit'.g two ptstsoas to teprcsont  tin iii in ^he iminicipnl C'limail as aMcr-  men.  Tlio mode of nomination of candidates  shall bo ns follows:���������Tho candidates  sh 11 bt nominated in writing, th,a writing shall bo subscribed by two voter? of  the municipdiy aa proposer and seconder,  & 11 shall be duhvereJ to the Returning  OlBcsr at auy time betweon the date of  the notice aud 2 p.m. cf the dny of uom-  in.Ui'iii, and in the ivent of a p< 11 Leint-  necessary such poll ivill such poll will be  oP'������uad on th-j 5th d >y of July, 1912, at  the (3ity Hall, Dnnsmuir Avenue, Cum-  biir!au'.l^"B"rC."~ of~\vir^T_CTTi.ry~pcrsorn is  h-;reby iiquu'edto take notioo nnd govern  hims-eir uccoidiugly.  N>) per.-on ih.ill bo nominated or bo t-li-  gibio as ;ij a oaudidate for alderniac, un-  bus he is'pcsaeESid of the tho qualification* by lu\v required of th03c ofljcerK,  <unl u il-si tho caiitlid.*to sh 11, on or bo.  for3 the hour oE two p. m of thd day of  nomination, fumieh tho 11- tinning OlHcor  with a statement ir. writing,', apeoifyiug  iho hui'l or rail [iMpeity iipmi whioh hu  qrti������litii.'s, his noraiuaiiun kIuiU be iiivii'id  and aha 11 not bo acted upon by tl>e Re  .turning Officer.  The qualification'as crmilidftto for aid-  flrman arena HoIIowb:  He rrnitt be a raalo British sulijooli of  tho full age of twouty-one years uiu! Dot  disqualified undor any Uw, and havo been  for eis months moct preceding tbo day ut  nomination tho logimero.d owner in tho  Land Rngwtry Ollleo of land or real prop  orty in flic oity of tho naaoDsed v������luo on  the l'������Bt numioipal oBaeBsmtint roll of  $500 or more, over and abovo nny 'rcpfifltor  cd'oiKUinbrtinoo or ohui'go,iuid who in oth"  erwluo qualified as a inunieipal voter,  Given undor my hand nt tlio  Oity  of  Cumberland, this 13ih duy if June, 10112.  ALEX. MoKJNNON,  ]lutun������in(5 Officer.  m \+\t*mxfn*0'mT."ri-V*l������  Gramophone Needles for sale by  Chas. Segrave at the News office.  LAND  ACT.  Skyward Land   District.  TAKE NOTICE  thai John   Stanis  .ins Carroll, of New York,   N. Y��������� occu  pation, engineer, intends    to  apply for  permission to purchase the following described lands:���������Commencing  at a post  ptanted .it the S. \V.   corner of Lot 550  thence   north   40  chains,   thence  west  22.76 ch.iins to the cast boundary of Lot  548, thence south  along  said  boundaiy  40 chains, thence ea>l  22.76   chains  to  point of  commencement containing  91  ricres more or less.  John Stanislaus Caiikou,  .   Rnbdit Henry Chestnut, Agent.  Date May loth, 1912.  jsclS s augM  LAND  NOTICE  .S.iyu-ird Land District  TAKE   NOTICE   that   Charles   U'  .FJy:ni 1, of_New J/oxk,__R-.X.__Q.ci:u|)ation,  cleik,   intends  to apply   for permission  to   purchase   the    following   described  lands: ���������Commencing at a   port  plained  7.24 chains cast of the   S.W. corner 0'  Lot   550,   thence   soutn   66.S4.   chains.  thence west 30 chains, thence  north  66  84 chains, tlience east 30 chains to point  of commencement containing 200 acres  more or !es!.  Chaki.ks O'Flvnn.  Roben Henry Chestnut, Agent  ^Date May 10111,1912,  jUi'i'12 ,   ' - ,    iui.^14  Tommy's I  ; Jl. Jl&kc&nishi, Pi^cp.  i  ) ��������� GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  !  Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  I Guns, Etc.. Etc.  5 Plumbing Done.  I  I   Bicycles for Bale Local ascnt for  _. Cleveland, Massey-Hai;iis  Lir������8 and Perfect bicvcles."  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0  " NO������\T IS THE TIME '  I  to have 57-our photo -taken at |  Flashlights, Views, Portraits, and Postcards.  WORK GUARANTEED       PRICES REASONABLE  CUMBERLAND  .^\\iiiiiiii!Hi;iini:uiijiiii!!iiiiliiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiii:iiiiH!iiiiii:i!i:iiniiii!iHii!ii!:ii  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiin;n:,^  h  Capital $6,200,000. Reserve $7,200,000 1  |   The Royal Bank of Canada.   |  1 DRAFTS ISSUED IN ANY OUllUKNCY, PAYABLE ALL j  1   ��������� OVER   THE    WORLD. I  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAYINGS ACCOUNTS & interest f  8 aL highest Current Rales allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards. |  y OUHBERLAKT, B. C, Binnch, Open Daily. -1' |  '������ UKIOST WHJSKP. E. 0.,   Sub-JBiach, Cpon Thursdays. ������  B D. M. MORRISON, MEnngei-. 1  COURTENAY,   B. C ,    Branch,    Open Daily.  WM. HOFF, Mtfnager.  Tl^VflfiRD  in- the |4E^S  NOTi'.'E is hoi'eliy fjiven that 30 d.iys  I'ttioi-date iipplicuion will be 'made to  the Siipcrimendenli "f Provincial Polico, Victoritt, for it transfer of thf: Iv.el  license to sell liquors by retail in the  hotel known n'i the Nelson House, sit-  iMtec! tit Union 15,iy, B. C, lo John A  Fraser.  1'KASKM Si HlHIIOP.  Dated March 1st 1912,  %!liill!!lllllillll!!!!!!l!!n;!l!inil!li::!l!;!l!l!li!lil!iW  *M  f  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUiR  AVENUE  CUM8F.RLAISID,  Wll .1. UUIWWIIIII.WI11  mnuffimrfm.. mLM.^mftmffa**^..*, * TiiiiTkifr r &ua*.3*rztzM-nM..^x?i?B&js.i'.������u^umKnait*   1 .���������ii.h,.,..*^������������������',   rr,r.i  arvimmi.tt.ivmf-vz*femr.sm  1M������1IW1������������������������I11������������������.������������*I������OTM������������'.������I.W������WIII������������^  oa^aisv^iMiJC^^XJ^a'j^.i.wMaj^-Tawwu t������M**iimrmicKwt*fvmmt*-y,wfl 1  pi.  jl   ������*' 'III! ..     I   ,    \\     ,        J       .'.I        (',   |..- J       ���������     ���������'   i   1  r*n\A'',  A'\'   n������l.> i>l'l'i* !���������; ^$t.J  MaMfact nr er ;of MIMEB AL"; WATER:  Uh������*,<M ���������'    **���������  CUMBERLAND  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 29,..,  M'tHmamMtatf^lMaXk^mXalX  ml.ami*mtlt*mamKnWamS^  e  fl  I  to introduce us to your friends.' Send  us a post card to day and we will mail  ���������yon a #2.50-package of assorted Picture '  Postals, These sell at a for 5c; when  sold mail us .Si.75 only, and we will  send you another package. When you  have sold three packages fonts, wo will  send   you  our upnciitl  premium  offer,  IfUHWB NOW   To   Pacific CHai! Ordof and  Novelties Co., P.O.Box'1693 VANCOUVER, B. C.  tip  m*.ai  ������C������0<MJe������S8CCOCCOOQ������C������  We are showing nearlv ,\(>ci dtff-!  ercnt lines of Spring .Suitings.  Comprising all the new color effects and latest weaves   in medium  VvCigni  V ,ilit ni:,,     I'ltliCy   v^Ui-  Pteds and Cheviots, Donegal  Tweeds, [.Scotch Tvveedr,, JUtte  aud black Seizes aiul Cheviots.  "Hi^j  L . ^.^a^ r.''ibj   W:^0t^>4  \v --//1 a ;<���������s-''*-ir.1 v������>'i 7    Mrs'///i\\\\\\//  wy///i\\\A// ,-.  ^<ij,\\l\.^'  ��������� I- tvm..^,,,  "\\//i\\\\/y  H.UMPER '.,:::;:!^������r-'. 'n':-  [  Union   Bay  Co-opevative  Cornpany,  Canadian and British  Kirniir, Siugei', Mium-y llurrin, Enlit-ld,  lliiinlicr, Stand  ilnnl, MiiiAlal-IlacA uud other nutlau'. nmlry-Davidioa  & Indian Motor Cycle*, Autoiuohili'S nnd Tnickp,  Rcpai.fi of all kinds.      Ft ud fot cuti.lo^uo.  TriOS, PLUHLEY  '���������It vou gel i1 at I'limh-j's it's all vc-fir ''  P n .-M'.-i VflVf'i-ftirlri*  ^3 Sseimfiaal Bbsbm������������^ V&ss������ ������wawM3Bm  *  H-

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