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 ������������������������������������:-���������-v ���������-- ��������� A -'-  i .  f  :  i\~-r-������ <*:<*(.<���������  ,'   .*��������� ,~r    j.-,        . Si  ,���������*">  :*���������'��������� '������'*,'?:&   ���������'���������' -S ~.  /  i  A Journal.Devoted Bapeclally, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Twentieth Year.  CUMBERLAND  B. GM   WEDNESDAY,. SEPT., 4, . 1913  Subscription $1.00 a Ykar  The Big Store.  Fall  Goods  ARRIVING BY EVERY; BOAT  WATCH THIS  SPACE  Give us a Trial   Order  in  Groceries; riotlling but the  Best kept in stock.;-  SICQOfi LiEISE^ & CO.,Lid  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture arid Household ^  Supplies  Baths,  Lavatories,  j Plumbing,  J Plumbing  $ Supplies  SB  Thome #lr  Island  Development  H. Jl.  Marpolo, vice-president  of tlio E. & N'. railway, with il.  K. Boasloy,  genoral superintendent and consulting; ongineoi', have  just returned fivm a trip to tlio  now Cotftenuy extension, wlierc  I hoy inspected tho progress of tlie  work nud  Hie   grading  between  McBride  Junction .'and :Little  -Q, uni ion in,   Thoy    f-miul   thouo  fairly   woll 'completed   anil  the  right-of way for nil iho distance  jiiBt nbout fiiiiahed. with ilie exception of a siniil! gap mini' Deoji  Buy.    About"75 percent 'bIho of  .lh������ I'lutt Rivor section  is completed   and 'arrangements havo  been made lo &o right ahead with  the grading between front river  and Union Ibvy,   This will 00m  ploto twenty miles   of iwtcmdon  ready   for   rails.    Mr.   Marpolo  also Hjumt sonic time iiispDUtitig  tho location of the liuu��������� bi'twcm  Ooiirtenny und   Campbell Uivor  toward" Duncan'Bay.    Mr, lions,  ley litotes that tho Comox valley  in showing great signs of development and that the logging opor  ations which   arc   hoing uiirried  ���������out by tho;: Comox Logging Co.  is materially assisting in forilita  ting   iho   meouuug ot tcitieih,  They ate taking out auvernl carloads of lumber ench day, ,nid  as  the Held of   their  ope nt 11 ���������   is  el iso to tho cultivated IuiuIb thoy  . ,,       *.*..���������       \  uric jeiiviWiing mc   v*.^������ *������jj,   *��������� ���������j  much carter  for  tho  fcjtlers.  Viertirin Times.  Tho   bandiuastor    who   went  down iu tho Titanic diaster,  was  a cousin of Mr, J. J.  of Comox.  R.   Miller,  Harmony Rc-bckah Lodge held  a most enjoyableubtiicM in Cum-  berland Hall on Monday night,  at whicli a largo number' "of the  devotees of "Terpsichore" wore  present and enjoyed ���������'���������themselves  to tho full. The music ������������������supplied  by Hoy's-orchestra wart up to its  usual high standard. lle|resh:  iuent6 wore nerved during tho  evening. Dancing was kept up  until 2.80 11. in.  Aid, Danks, representing the  city, ami Messrs White, McLeod  and Lawrence, representing the  Hoard of Trade, left on Wed hub.  day momlng by auto f<;r Camp-  boll Hi ver to Interview tho tmr-  voyor of C. N. It. in tho niiUtor  of railway extension to Cumber  hind.'  The Lady inith school hoard  is calling for tenders for the competitive plan* hr a two-room  high school ou Market Pquare,  at a figure not to exceed 86000.  IT. E.,f ATE  I -.   ���������      ./���������������������������' *;.*"'/ i - .- ��������������������������� - ��������� \  News To The People of Cumberland  "I have given this wise very  careful consideration and-1 huve  been reluctantly compelled to  come to the conclusion that the  accused acted throughout liuow  ingly and fraudulently,' 1 com>-  mentod Judge Melunes in passing sentence Saturday of 12  months hard labor upon, Alfred  Hall a Vancouver barrister, who  was found guilty of having Bold  two lots iu North Vancouver lo  two different parlies, the second  sale being made within two  weeks of the first and before the  doeuinonU* in connection with  lhe first sale had been registered,  -*������-  Owing to tno-inclemency ol  the weather on Monday,, tlio  Eagles did not hold their annual  picnic, whicli was a'��������� disappointment to many.  Ml.        Mil   . ���������  ,..,������\.   I���������    ���������    .   -.���������������  Air. Frank Ramsay, who is  uow representing the International Cortespondencc School  here, has opened up an oilice in  Scavardo building. Frank will  make good all right,  ������������������������ in. -O <������������������'���������*  E. W. Kickle, Mrs. Dickie and  children arrived home fr"in Nanaimo on Thursday evening las'.  JmW flnrkcr, of Nanaimo isiu  town this week holding court.  The Kagle* expect to be able  lo hold their piouie sonic time  this month.  Tho motor bus after being laid  up for a  few  -i<t > j * tf. ^  A. H, Pcacey's new *tore is a  vast improvement to Dnnsmuir  Avenue Tho slotcls well light  ed and shows up well at night.  ' 'i.' 1'' 0 ���������' ���������-  Mr.".Toe Walker of the   Nf w  how  days   for   rcprra,  Ihe   nm   between  .1 v..  haa resumed  r������...,.,i,: V.I 1  Cumberland Cafe look* quite  loney with  its ucw plato glass  front.  It is rumored thatnn old established local hotel is about to  change ou tun ship.  Tin* iuan.t'f.'ctiu'nt of  Cumber  laud Hall Moving, Pictures will  ,}������,. picased to .cam  that   "W   isjUoW  n   4<nc-   every   Sstttt-f'ay  limum the Wtt^r of his vU������', and tm^hl .*������"k������  .xA*������t.d   pcsfv.iuw.icc  expels to be ou deck shortly,      until further notice.  Mlfti I*ueai. formerly Itook-keep  er at tho Dig Store,   who is  at #  Victuriaouft  three roo������m> fcnvep-npland  Hotel,   arrived  oralHcnee, ha* written to m,,,, .1 last week f.on^ aucou ver, where  P������*r Uuwre fUtinp Ilinl owing fi* >**  ^'������ M-*W<���������Z trent-  t���������bcrp.c.-ent#tat, of tienlth ���������li^im������^  tov Th*u������������n������i������������.   Wf arc  will bo unable to resnmo her  tics in thnt cxjttcity.  The following wa< taken from  "Real Estate Journal," Victoria,  and will be news to the people of  Cumberland:���������ilSoiue considerable distress has beon occasioned  by the disasterous fire that has  completely wiped out Grand and  Mounce sawmills. Three thousand men have, iu consequence,  beon temporarily thrown out of  employment. Much damage was  also .done to the premises ot  Grant, Smith & Co., who are  carrying out electrical work for  the. Canadian Collieries, the  amount of. loss being reckoned  as over tlie ten thousand dollar  mark. Five dwellings houses  .were completely destroyed, but  fortunately the occupants wero  removed in safety, and in every  instance ihe���������i"uruitu.re was re  moved iu time. The -sawmill  proprietors estimate- tho \om of  their property as over twenty  thousand dollars,."���������The correspondent iti ibis instance must  have been "feeing things"��������� Kd .  The Onmberland Department Stores.  GROCERY : BULLETIN  Magic Baking Powder, 12 02 tin, reg 25c ssdo 20c,  Small White Beans, n-a S3 lbs tor 25c sale 4 lbs for 25c  Speckled Beans, reg 8 lbs for 2Pc ... .sale A lhe for 25e  '.Ramsey's Sodas, 2 lb Iin reg 80c. sale 25e  Mooney's Sodas, 2 lb pails reg 35c.:-. Palo 25c  Parisian Bluing,  reg 8 pkgs for 25c Mile 4 for 25c  Liquid Bluing,  2  pt bottles reg 25c:    now 20������  Queen City Catsup, pt bottle reg 25e m>w 2bc  Bluo Label Catsup,  reg 35c nuw 80c  Bakers' s Sweet Chocolate, 1 lb packet reg 85c uow 8O0  (k      Cocoa, -J- lb packet reg 85c now 30c  Lymington'K Collie Essence, reg 45c now -10c  Canada Corn Starch, reg J5c , now 10c  Olympic Pancake Flour, reg 45������ now 'Joe  Five Ko-e8 Flower, 49 lb suck, reg $2 now $1.1)0  Mariochino Cherries, 2 lb bottle reg 05c D0e'  Columbia Lime Juice, reg 40c now 30c  Life Buoy and Sunlight Soap, reg 4 for 25c. .now.5 for 25c  Granulated Sugar, 20 lb sack, reg ������1.50 now Sl.40  Parisisn Bluing, leg 3 pkgs for 25c sale 4 for 25c  Wild Hose Lard, 10 lb .pails reg ������1,1)0 sain $1.75  "       "      "    20 lb pails, reg $8.80 sale $3.40  P. O.   Box ico.  5?  amatmmmtfBtrmvMmimmrvvi-wmimMWx^vft/i,, imMHnfTfWI  Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary will  meet at Mrs. C. Parnham's resi-  dence on Tluusday "evening   at  7-30-  Dr, Kerr, dentist,   will  Cumberland, Sept. 10th.  in  ' Card of Thanks  Quon   Moon and   his   friends  take Ibis opportunity of  thank  iug Mr. William 'Merrifield, proprietor of the Cumberland Hotel,  for the   generous  way   he   1ms  acted toward Quon Moon, who  was injured by' his auto some  weeks ago, Mr. Merrifield conveying tho injured man to the  hospital in his car. and paying  all charges for him while in hos  pital, also for a generous amount  as compensation fo:- his injuries;  for which uiudly and just act,  Quon Moon au'd his friends, ten-  dor their appreciation.  (Signed)   Quoii Moon  L. K.  Wall  Koe Fung  L."������i Yuen.  The cement sidewalks will  soon be completed as far'aft Third  street.  Mr. S. P. Sid dull returned  home on Wednesday from a  business trip t) Vancouver,' Victoria and Nanaimo. Mrs, Sid-  dall and children accompanied  hint ns far as Nanaimo by carriage.  In the list of prize winners at  the flower show at Courtenay on  111015th   ull.,   we , by   mistake  omitted llie following names: ���������  Sweet Peas, 1st Mrs. Robb; 2nd  Mrs. Hodgson; Annuals, iet  Merle Halliday; Cut Flower?,  ist'Mrs. John  Kliighu    ..-;''  A mass meeting of  lhe  Grad-  ua'.e Nurses ol the Province  will be held in Christ Church  school room, Vancouver, Tuesday, Sept. 10th, at 3 p ni.  The object of this meeting is to  organize ' a British Columbia  Graduate Nurses Association for  the purpose ol obtaining regis.  Iraiion for the "muses of the province.    It is hoped all   who  cau  possibly attend will be   present,  Mr. Wm. Dunsmore, music  dealer of Nanaimo, is in tho city  on a business visit in the inter ���������  esls of his firm. Mr. Dunsmoie  reports business good in tlie 'coal  city." In ihis issue will be seen  au advertisement of his music  business, which wiil be rend  with interest.  Gideon Hicks, of the Gideon  Hicks Piano Co., of Victoria,  returned to that ci'y lost week,  alter a most successful business  trip to Alborni, Courtenay, Co-  mox,.Campbell River and this  city Mr. Hicks traveled by auto,  and was accompanied by Mv>\  Hicks.  itt'XimmSr&mmUnmirm^  *=^NEW ARRIVALS^  \\    I       laDte JLylllCUJi  A >pf<iiil line 111 uiblc damask sets xvh'u.h arc  made in nn t>���������U^ kwv<> f\\v.,\ify of Irish manufacture l-'m t*v������ry-tl������y u.<; these s.cts arc r;iiH|u;tlIcd.  in ;tn\)f������raiu:c and weftr, mul are most uccqH'ible  for gifif.  Flannelettes  27 u:cliB4 wiAe, t\hitf nnr new issonment  rfil.e '������rv uttwe-l ..n<l ������lnin|ic>t iSssijim of ������H?pf *  am) cnlimrtK", in stri'iiK mt-ditim  ^ra.h^iol 1 rjor.J  ocatnu -1!'"������''<!'  S������������ 'li^������.''1 iif ..nrl ;!f  I  a  iiuiiU L.iiit>ittutiwu L.UIV.U  Wc nrt: ihowiriK n lino Msorimem r>l .these  lincn������, consisting of very dainty re aire pieces nay  clni|������<*, si(lel)o;trd cloiht;, ninner* nnd iloylies. I'i 1-  cc������, 50c til $3 $���������������  Dress Goods  0������i MioHiiiyj ot theso New I'all Arrivals arc  jl'C bet ������:\'t't'shown- in Ctimhi rl.nul. 'Ihi'ie ivv  sottitj ft tl v most popul it iicilcnaK (or nnttmin  H-f.,1 ,iivi will i.ulor splfmlMllv: also a  ("mc pnj,'������  OJ m'%.t������ tl tWI'VWS l*>l   >Ji!>������������:,>    ninl   1 lil'il'iii lis    m.IiW/1  .'rcsi'S.    Price-, V c, 651 ftiul 7^ a ytl.  Campbell Bros  \V  mym-^iTffyiiw^^ ���������THE NEWS. 'CUMBERL'ATTO, K. C.  IN THE  BALANCE  By L. 6. MOBERLY  Author ot   *  "D������n and Another," "A"Tangled  W������b,"    "Sin of Allao.i Deer-  Inn,"  ������tc, etc.  WARD,  LOOK   S. CO.,  LIMITED  London, Melbourne and   Toronto.  , (Continued!.  CUAPTlfiU XVII  At tho adjourned inquest Dorothy  \va������ called'-to give evidence, and a  half-suppressed, murmur of sympathy  ran round tlii* big room 'at the Inn  vhr������n she. rose to. ..nnswer to her  nnine. The placo was packed to  overflowing, for the ^oase, involving  ns it did ono of the most prominent,  landowners In tha neighborhood,  hnd aroused unwonted interest, and  everyone who could by any possibility be squeezed Into the room was  there. Mr. Wynne, the coroner, an  elderly man with a naturally sharp  maimer, and a not. wholly undeserved  character for severity, spoke, more  Konlly than he had ever been known  to ftpeak to the tall woman, whose eyes  looked nt him so wistfully, and then  looked with a certain quiet'", confidence toward the place where her  husband sat. Miles was pale, but  his face wore no signs ot disturbance,  the steadfastness of his eyes was undaunted, nnd his wife's confident  glance in his direction made his  heartbeat his;h; bis answering smile  to her was full of reassurance. The  coroner's face softened as he said���������  I am very sorry to have to ask you  to come here, to-day, Lady Hernesley,  but it is imperative that you should  answer a few questions.  Dorothy assented quietly, and her  eyes met those of the coroner with  n certain fearless directness that  greatly Impressed him ln her favor.  The former evidence baa shown  conclusively that:Sir Miles was not  at home on Monday duri;\g the time  the murder was ��������� commute.1; at what  time did he go out?  At, about;half-past, six. He and 1  walked across the. park together lb.  the gate leading into the lane.; It!'  Is called tlie Green. Gate.  There he left you?  There he left me- He was going to  the Home Farm on business."..  And when did lie come back?  ���������lust, before eight.  Late.' than was his custom?  Yes���������a good deal later.  Did he account, for this lateness?  Nfo;^Jie apologisec], and said he had  been dHalned~arihe"faThT  Did you notice anything' unusual in  his manner? For a second Dorothy  glanced down at her husband, who  met. her glance with a smile.. She  hesitated, then with a proud lift of  the hervd, she answered���������     .  He was very quiet and distrait. Tie  had some important-business'to think  over. ''-.-.-���������  You know what the business was?  Oh, yes. V  Had it; anything to do with.tho  young man known as Denis Tritton?  A little color crept Into Dorothy's  face.  Yes.-     - ���������'    ' ���������" '���������-.������������������/'  Then Sir "Miles hnd received some  Information from this young man?  Certainly, he had. Mr, Tritton met.  him earlier in the afternoon and gave  hliii the Information-in person,  A murmur.of" excitement ran round  the room, nnd the coroner, with a  withering look at. the crowd, of eager  ncii and women, said sternly���������  Silence, If you please. Can you  give us the gist of the communication  made hy Mr. Tritton to Sir Miles,  Lady HcrncHloy?  Mr. Tritton told my husband that,  he had found a letter wrllten by IiIh  mother, n lPlt.er stating that, his  father was George lleniosloy. a son  of the Into Sir George,  This information.would nffect youi  husband's claim lo the estate,  U would deprive him of the estate, [  Doioitfy answered; my hu&bund only  inherited  because his  cousin Qeorgo  was supposed io have died leaving no  heir.  Was Sir Miles very much troubled  by iho information?  Very much troubled, chiefly because  of the way lu which the change iu his  I'ort unes would affect me.  Then, when he went to the Home  Farm in the afternoon he was greatly  upset.  Ves.  JJad he his slick with hlm~a black  ebony stick with a silver handle?  ���������'"������  , Yes.  This is the stick? The coroner lifted a stick from the table and handed  it to Dorothy,. who glanced shudder-  ingly at tho dark stains upon it.  Yes, she answered, this is my husband's stick. His Initials are on the  handle.  Thank you, that will do. The coroner's voice was still very gentle, aiU  as Dorothy sat down beside Clare his  eyes still rested for a moment upou  her beautiful face. ..-.,,���������  The remaining evidence was merely ii repetition of what hud been given  at tbo opening of the inquest, and  although Dorothy heard the words  spoken by tho witnesses, she was  only vaguely aware of their'purport;  ln her brain were swinging to and fix  all the bewildering thoughts which  had been there ever since Miles arrest. She was as sure that iv r  husband was not guilty of tritton's  murder as she was sure. that, she ii;\-  se'f had not committed it; but it was  evident, to her, as to the rest, of the  world that a web of suspicious circumstances was being woven around  Miles, the tnreads of wh&h woull h-s  very hard to disentangle. Clare's companionship was an infinite boon to h''r  in this time of anxiety, and'the lite.i  cloudv,that had arisen between th?  .'ri'endB on Dorothy's marriage hud  been completely swept away by rh ?  overshadowing trouble. Although  Clare liad found it difficult to forg.ve  Dorothy for, as she supposed, having  been bribed by Miles Hernesley's title  ani wealth to throw over Oliver-D, iu--  court, she was too truly fond of her  friend and too real a helper to allow  any thoughts of the past to interfere  with the help"ne������(<?d in the present.  The two friends had tacitly avoidod  any refcerice to Oliver, and Claro,  by virtue of her old friendship an I  her knowledge as. a. hospital.;'-'. nuAic'  uriI* contrived to fend off from Dov-  cthy a visit from her'parents. ;~  Mrs. Carstairs had written at length  to say how glafl she and her husb uid  would he to spend this time of suspense and anxiety,, at Mansmere, but  Clare, remembering, well howi much'  Dorothy's father and mother had made  her suffer,, when she was their sole  mainstay, wrote them a tactful letter  explaining at length the inadvisab'ility  of their coming just how to the  -Grange. .    - ;  ;���������   ��������� _���������___.���������������������������'������������������.'; - '-; ,':  THE KAISER'S VENTURES  \  A Farm in Africa and a Big Steamship  Line,   ������..  *,  The German Emperor has Just  bought two sheep farms in German  South-wost Africa for ������4,800, The  export of wool is at present email, but  it. is believed that in the courso ot  timo thia will become a valuable,  source of income to the colonists, and  the Kaiser desires to encourage this  branch of colonial activity.  In choosing the farms his Majesty acted on tho advice of Herr Heck-  el, a gentleman attached to. the -Imperial Court, who ' Is'visiting"his  brother's ranch near Wlmihoek.  ��������� In acquiring two farms in South  Africa the German Emperor is finding  further outlet for those business  qualities Which, had he been born  to commerce instead of a, throne,  would havo assuredly have" won for  the Kaiser a high , position among  merchant princes; It may not bo  generally known that tho Kaiser  is already the owner of a porcelain  and tile factory at Cadinen, in East  Prussia  This commercial venture has proven very successful owing- to the  Kaiser's active participation in the  management. No detail has proven  too ^insignificant for him to master,  and the Emperor Is not above recommending personally his own  wares and finding new markets for  the'Cadinen products, ���������  These wares are on sale at a shop  in Berlin called "The Royal Hohen-  zollerh stores," and at one time It  was his Majesty's custom,to pay visits of inspection to houses and build-,  lngs where the Cadinen tiles had  been used.  ' >  The Emperor is n keen agriculturist and all the latest practical developments of this important science  finds illustrations on the farms which  form an important part of the royal  estate in Silesia. : Hii.Majesty is also financially interested in the Hamburg-American Line and almost ini"  variably attends the launches of new  liners from the Vulkan yard. One  of these, the I.mperator, is to take  water this month, and the German  Emperor has again signified his intention of being present. "  THE ART OF FELTING.  .it  The strain would be too much for  you, dear Mrs'; Carstairs, she wrote,  and whilst the anxiety about Sir Miles  lasts, I am sure you would not find  the Grange a very pleasant place, nor  would it be good for you and Mr. Carstairs: Dorothy is" so fully occupied  and hei' thoughts are so entirely with  her husband, that 1 think it would be  better to postpone your visit till a  happier time.  Mrs. Carstairs tdok the letter as a  tribute to her own graceful invalidism, which was the chief occupation  of her existence, and ever afterwards  regarded Clare Bevan as a model of  tact and consideration,  So much more thctl'ul than poor  dear Dorothy, she was wont to say.  Clare glanced at her friend, as they  sat. side by side In the hot,' crowded  roon\, and at sight of fho fair face  and serene eyes it flashed through her  mind to wonder how she would he  feeling if she were in Dorothy's place  and if���������another man were accused of  the murder. Oliver's dark face rose  before her Inward vision, his restless  troubled eyes seemed' lo look into  hers, the memory of their last  strange talk at Waterloo station,  haunted her llko a nightmare. Would  she bo able to sit with such serene  certainty of her husband's innocence  us Doiothy waa sitting, If���������If���������Oliver  woro the accused, and she his Wife?  Or would those nameless, dreadful  suspicions, which against her will had  pressor, themselves upon linr, mnke  every moment it fresh torture? Like  Dorothy, uhoo lost tho thread of tho  evidence, conscious only of quest Ion  and answer thut continued with ceaseless monotony, until the Coroner's  voice, raised rather sharply, recalled  her wandering attention.  Walt a minute, you must repent'  Unit answer, please. You were asked whether you had seen I .inly  HcrnoHlcy go hack across the park on  the evening of Monday hint?  And I wi Iil,'n ninn'n gruff tones responded, 1 snld iih 1 did see her go. I  hc������ her leave the wlcltot glite Just  after the gentleman who was there  wllh hir hnd gone nwny,  The gruff tones awoke Dorothy, too,  from her reverie. Hhe leant, forward  wllh r. little gasp, and looked at the  Hpcnlii r, 11 wna John Dawson, the  keeper, who hnd panned along Iho hum  nt the moment wheir she and Oliver  stood hchMe lhe wicket gate, nnd tl  sudden pang of now fenr shot for tho  first time Into her mind. What If  Oliver-- Her heart boat In sickening  throbs. Kile leant forward, nnd looked nl the mnn inleritly, trying In vain  to recall how much of her interview  with   Hvneeouvt   he  eniilrl  have  Wai Developed Long Beforo tho  Weaver Was First Known.  .-Pelt la a. fabric formed without  weaving by taking advantage ot the  tendency of batr and wool to Interlace*  and cling to each other. Antiquarians  Bta.te.that the art of felting was developed long before the weaver was first  known. FeltlDg antedates the Christian era by many centuries.  Authorities state that the felting  quality of hair or wool results from  the natural structure "of the .material.  The-balr-of-roost-anlmats-ls-nodeed-  to be more or less notched or Jagged  on its surrace. This is. tlie moreapparent when an examination of the  material Is made by tho aid of a  microscope. In some animals there  appears to be a set of barbs on the  hnlr, and these barbs are so placed thnt  tbe tip of each points to tbe end of the  hair.  It follows thnt when n number of  hairs are pressed together those Which  lie In the opposite; direction to each  other will interlock wltb tbe barbs of  the hair surface and resist an effort'to  tear them asunder. When the hnlr bas  a nnturnl tendency to curl the interlacing proeesH which Is called felting is  oioro easily accomplished.  Although tbo felting property Is possessed by wool In a special degree,  other animals hove It In their ooverlug.  This Is true of tho gont, ox, tin re, rabbit und beaver.���������New Xork Sun.  MAN  WHO  STOOD   STILL  Half  Shop Stocked With   Goods  , Century Old  There has just died at Aurori, Illinois, Mr, D. W. Stockwell, one of  tte quaintest characters in the State,  who has been know for many yeara  as "The Man 'who.Stood Still." Fitly  ytars ago he was the owner of ono of  the biggest 6hops outside Chlcp.go,  and during the Civil war he prospered greatly. ,   -   -;    ,  After tho war he failed to k*ov  alreast of the times, and tho sam.������  goods which he, carried, then 'still  Kd.orn the show windows of his saop.  For a few. years tho shop, mads a  pioflt, but within' half a dozen y-:;m  after the war the place was a. curiosity shop, and continued so. The  hoop skirl,.'barber-striped hose, jc-.t  Jewelry n.id other antiquities continued to term his stock.       .   ���������  In latter yeajs lie was the o'lly  one who entered tho placo except, visitors to the city, nnd his shop became "a anovv placo in a modjr&to  ���������vay, on account of the man's peculiarities. Mr. Stockwell hns carried  about $<!,C0O worth of goods���������all vxu  oi date���������for over 40 years. But r."t  withstanding; lack of custom, he opened his shop prompt'y at 7 every moiling, and remained until 6 in the evening.     He died at tho age of 77.  Peevish, pale, restless, and sickly  children owe their condition to worms.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will relieve them and restore health,  Why,  Not  How  By George, old "chap, when I look  at one of your paintings 1 stand and  wonder���������  How I do it?  No.     Why do you do it?  Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget  In  Cows.  A New Champion  Prize Fighter (entering school  with his sou)���������You glvo this boy o'  ���������nine a thrashin' yesterday, didn't y>r?  Schoolmaster (very nervous)���������"Well,  ���������I���������er���������-perhaps���������  Prize-Pighter���������Well, give us your  'aiid; .you're a champion. I cant df'  nothiri' with 'im myself,���������Punch.  Skin-Tortured  . m  Little Ones  Mothers t   Are your little ones  suffering from itching, burning  eczemas, or  other torturing,  disfiguring skin, troubles?    Arc  you,   yourself,   worn  out   with  long, sleepless flights and cease.  jess anxiety in taring ior them? I T^J^ZulTi ,,YTV,"V0 <r'"  ,,, ' . , , , ., , . henrd, racltliiK her hniin to remember  inert you should know that, tu '���������-    most cases, a warm bath with  Cuticura Soap  nntl a gentle replication ot Cut>  cum Ointment bring immediate re  lief, the little sufferers sleep, tired,  (retted mothem rest, and peace  falls on distracted households.  A',thr,i.nh ("uticuia flc.iip tn<l Olntmont aw  *oli| by tlriiKRmii nml ilcitlrri everywhere, a  IKi'tftl   til  ���������'.Clltlrillft,'*   llefit,   ail.   llfnlim,  Dr. J. p. Kell������gg's Dysentery Cordial is compounded specially to combat  dysentery, cholera morbus and all  inflammritory disorders that change of  food or water may .set up in the  stomach and ������������������: intestines. These  complaints are more common in sum-  hier thah-ln winter, but they are not  confined to ...the'..warm, months! as unduelaxness of the bowels may seize  a man'at any time. Such a sufferer'  will find.;.speedy. relief in this Cordial.  Case for a Choice  .':.!.'George, before "we    were    married  .y.ou_used_tjj.br.ing'^me-r!owers--near!y-  every day.  Well, 1 can bring you flowers today,  for that matter, but If I do I'll have  to cut out that new asptfragus��������� St.  Louis Post-Dispatch.  The Canton->facao railway, China,  has already been surveyed, and it is  probable that construction work will  bo commenced in the near future.  Starting at Fatl, across the Silciang  river from1 Canton, the line .will run  almost due south through tho districts of Shuntak and Hcungshnn to  the briindary oil the Portuguese colony of Macao. This line will be  about seventy miles^ loug and will  penetrate one of trie" richest district's  of south China.  li!'AT A.V'wlUMtui������'ii.' llt;< rutr:i'i^!' '���������' "l"1'"!  *Hu'i2 t>. Itinili'im ihfl M.ui mm ���������i-iup, und  treatment nt Ilu Ir nnwtloii*.  IllllV  Die  her  W. N. U. 906  every detail ul Unit, lilhturhiuit  with her former lover, which  after  tragedy  had   driven   from  tllOIIKlltH.  Wlio urn wllh I.ndy Hernesley hy  the ento*  Don't It now his iHune, It was a  dark handsome gentleman, vory hand-  (���������oriio, tho man replied, hut ho looked  terribly upset and worried.  You met him fn.ee tn face?  Yoh. As I camo along the rond he  enmv out uf the Mitt'' nnd punned mo.  lie didn't  Jieclll lo W-r Ilie,       Hi: Willk*  (d very fast, nnd he was iih white iih  hi:, liaudluTchh'f.  Which  nny did he go?  Towards the village, '  And  you hiiw  l.ady Hi rnt'M< y go  .���������ieri>HR the park?  'To bo Continued)  A Prisoner! of St. Klldn  A romance of St, Klldn Ih the story  of Lady Grange, ' Wife of an eight,  ecu th century Scottish Lord of Ses-  sLn, the was for Home mysterious  reason seined and carried off In the  dark, she knew not hy whom, nnd  conveyed hy night. Journeys to the  Highland const and thence by sea to  Si. Kllda.  Thero among tho few Inhabitants  sho remained for several years a prls-  on*i', provided, however, with a constant, supply of food and a woman jto  wait, upon hor. No Inquiry wnH  mndo for hor, but at. last she convoyed  a lotto., to a friend hy thn daughter  of a catechlst, who hid It In a duo of  yarn, A ship was Rent to rescue her.  hut, her gaolei'H got wind of it and  transferred,her to the Islnnd of Her-  rlos, whero Hho died.���������London Chronicle.   .1.  ffffmmmmmmmmmt.  More Men Than Women In the World  Of recent, years tho custom of making iv systematic centum of the population has becomo well established  und It Is now possible to gain a fairly  nccurate Idea of condltloiin all the  world over.  Home of the figures now cited tn  regard to this mailer nro Interesting,  Tho world's total population In tmt|.  mated at 1,700,000,000, out'of which  the proportion of Ui������ kpxoh Ih known  for I,(i:i8,(i00.()00, the ratio being 1,000  ninlVs to��������� fttiO femnloHi' Thn ratio  varies considerably In different  plnceir, In Europe there were for  every 1,000 men, 1,627 women; Africa  tM,; Amerlcu, !)(il; Asia, Ml; Austral la, mn.  'lhe maximum proportion oi ������tuii<!ii  i������, hntiiil \n Vniisuhi, 14H; the minimum In lhe Alaska gold fields and  tho Malay StnUm, with Ml nnd 380 re-  H.ecthely,���������Chicago Tribune.  CHILDHOOD DANGERS  No cymptoms that indicate nny of  the ailments of childhood sho'uld be  allowed to pass without, prompt attention. The little ailment may  soon bcoomo a Rerlous ono and perhaps r.--111110 llfo passes out, If  Baby's Own Tablets are kept In the  houso minor troubles can be promptly cured and serious onct^ averted. The  Tablets aro guaranteed absolutely  Rafo and cnn ho given lo the newborn babe as well na^ the growing  child. Mrs, Arthur DVapeau, Mont  Carmel, Que., says: "I cnn glvo Unity's  Own Tablets to my littlo ono without  fear,,well knowing the beneficial results" that, will, follow their use." The  Tablets are sold by medicino dealers  or by mall at 25 centa a box from  The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co.,  Urockvlllp, Ont.  Difficult to Cure  ,A woman consulted nn oculist  about her husband's eyesight, saying  she wanted a very strong imlr of  glOBHOs for him.  I fear 1 ennnot recommend glnsscR  \y|thoui flrnt seeing your hunbnnd, the  oculist mild.  ilo won't come nt nny price, was  the reply,  Then tell n,o ROmothltiK nbout him,  Can he ueo objects at. a (llHltince, or  (Ioor he experleneo difficulty when  reading? For liiHtnnce, could ho nee  that, pigeon which in Hying up above  ,118? ,. .      ���������      ���������  , .      .  Hnthcrl Ihovomim . nnld. He'd  ppot a pigeon on t'wing (inlokrr thiii't  he'd hpo nn iieroplnnp, etipeclnlly if,  ho'd ,gol a,bet ou It. Whnt I want  yer to euro Ih IiIb fihort-RlghtodnpRH  when ln'a Boekln' work. JTp'b lieen  lookin' for a Job ton yenrn, nnd nover  anon ono to Hiilt liis fniilldloiiB'oye-  Bight yet!  Hurt oculist rcRTPtteil that he could,  n't denl with the cttRe,  Why doesn't she take  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  They stop a headache promptly, yet do not contain any of  the dangerous drugs common In headache tablets. Ask your  Druggist about them. - 25c. a box.  National Dnua and Chimical Co. op Canada, Limitid. 123  am  all  has proved a great convenience to  f . . users of the  fe^fiiiiiii  ;       Oil Cook-stove  '* e������ This year we are selling  The New Perfection Broiler  Tie New Perfection Toaster  * The New Perfection Griddle  ' each designed specially for use on the New  Perfection Slove.  ' \Vilhi������K������ie ippliancn ������nd Ilie New Perfection ������)>������ door ������l������l  own, the New Perfection ii imt at complete ind efficient * itovo ������������������  ��������� regular co������l r������r.{e.   Ceruinly, it ii muih cleaner and clxaper.  Many people ute lhe New Perfection all the year round.  Heating Plate  Ailt lo in tliu Stox at  your dealer,, ll it hind-  ���������omely finithed, Il lul long  enameled cliimneya, lur-  qiwite-bliie. Alao cabinet  lop. drop ilirlvea, towel  ncli, etc Made wiih I.  2 or 3 burner*, hee Cook-  Boo* wiUi every, Slove.  Cook-Boole alio given to  anyone lending S centa lo  cover mailing coat. '   ,r N  THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited  -A..  Granite  Harvester Oil  Specially Prepared for use on  reapers, binders and threshers  a\ short cut oil possessing great durability* Admirably  ���������dapted for use on all farm machinery, it reduces friction and wear to the minimum and Is not affected by  moisture or change of climate.  Mica Axle Grease  Is. the beat axle grease' you can get for your tractors.  Saves wear; saves power, saves fuel. Never rubs off.  Never gums.  Capital Cylinder OII. Tho vory beat oil tor steam plant*) on  the farm. Lasts longer find gets more power from tho  engine, wllh lesB wear, than any cheap substitute*; costs .  less ln tho end. ,  Atlantic Red Engine Oil. A medium bodied oil, strongly  rocommendod for Blow and medium speed engines nnd  machinery.    Eases tho bciti'lngs aud lightens the load.  Standard Ons Engine Oil given the best lubrication .possible,, allko in UcroBotiP, Rnsollno and gas engines. Keopa  Its body at high temperatures. Equally good for all ex*  lei'nal bearings.  Silver Star Engine Kerosene Oil  Engine Gasoline  Ask your dealers, or write to any Agency,  .:  The Northern Trusts Company  HEAD OFFICE,    WINNIPEG  This company nets In Uio cupncity of  TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR  nnd wo hIiiiII bo Rind to forward copy ot   our   Honklot   "Boroolhlng  r.boujtTrusts, TniBtofB nml Trust, ConumnloB." on request.  MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM PROPERTY AT CURRENT RATE8  OF INTEREST  ' ImpMlteneas  of  Curiosity  Tin1 nooHc hnd bffn   carved,   nnil 1  everybody hail IriHtfd 11.     Uiwiih px-  nollont.     Tlio iHiKi't)   mlnlHtir,   who  wnH llm KurHt of honor could not root niln hlH rnthiiHiiiHiu.  Dat' a������ flno a ijooho i\k 1 ovalt *rp,  Jlnidiluli WllllaniH, he salt! to IiIh hont.  Wluir illtl >oii nil. mich u Huo, m,������:u'?  W'j'll now, piiHOit, ropllfd tho rnrvtr  of th" koo::c, cxhlblllrif' {jn-nt rlliMilry  ami ri'iit'i i;cc, whin you prfnehen n  HpiKhiil good Hcrmon, 1 never rues ymi  whar you Rot It. 1 hcVpcn ymi will  show :m������ do wuno coimlduiatlon.���������  Popular MugnzliiQ.  So your Shiilioupcaro Club la ix  ���������RToat Bucceiifi?  Yes. Wo hnvo nccumiilatrd  onouRh fines for non-ntl^ndnnce to  tnko ti ��������� all to n matinee party.  A Quitter-! \  Tho yotiiig mnii Wanted an under-  BtandliiK bi'fore hn propoBod.,  ,Cnn you wr^Bh dlflhes? ho nuked.  Oh, yes, Bald, tbo   girl.   Can   you  wlpo 'em?  Ho didn't propose.  I     flm mnn  with  n-rlonr ronflf������lr>nce  \ and pittchfs on hiu trouBers gets moro  out ut iliiis world tlniii (im tuaii uim  gocB beyond Uia mount) to bo faah-  lonnble. V  I* ���������' Why They Went,  ., As lhe Hiinilny Beliool teacher entered her <:UiHBioom Bho.biiw leaving  In groat hriHto n Hlilo girl nntl her  silll Hmnllor brother.  Why, Mary, you aren't going ftway i  Bhe exttliilmed In HiirpiiBO.  lMcullio Mltho Anno, wo'vo got to  go, wnH tlio dlBli'PHOd rojily, Jlniniy  ���������lh thwallowed hlth collectlon.-r-Llp-  nlnforfB. -��������� if  Her Little Mint.  CATS PAW  HEELS  Troad softly-  Stop sftfoly^  CATlS PAW RUBBER SOLES |  Etntodu fho (Mlenfed fealurcs,  oJXat<n>Aw Heels. *'���������%*,.  ,)t ���������  r-1* i'.*������1  to   toll  i*V       ������v>W\,������*      *.*>      '-������v������*  ������������������*���������.*  liinri'led expect  her hii.il'iuiJ  her IiIb hiiHlncBfl nffntrs?  ,������lu>~I don't ldiov,", !'.-,t n womnn  o'MK'etH n mnn to talk IiurI:ic?s whon  ho ly cotiithm licr,���������-HoKtou Trana-  irlpt.  Thia Ye.ir. .  Mnud���������nurnllne'B now lira Is n  beauty, I wonder what milliner de  Blgned It? '  nratrlx���������Milliner, Inilreti! She hnd  It dono hy n lnndsenpo gardener.���������  Harper's Hiuanr.  Then Ho Drew * Cheque  Kdltor'a wife���������How do you llko my  new dreBB?    Isn't It n poem?  Kdltor���������No; I don't hnvo to pay  for poetry,   ��������� in-    ' <  ln ft predicament, it wiirnniiiioH imji-  peiiH that a womnn'B Intuition- Is  worth moro than tho rcnHonlng ol n  dozen men.  \  *,������> tWTCSWBBWWW;  tW**W**w  tsmt*sii  agjSaK^'BBSCMSaJiaaiiaSP'  Wih ?ML������g6T 'jjjB?*ffi:> j"g������'  " mSBJiaSSSSapiM^&t^w*''  '���������'������������������(v'i>. -t ���������!=.���������!��������� ,'���������"  ^������.  v  /  THE news. Cumberland, b. c  INSECT STINGS AND  SUMMER SORES  Insect bltea and 3tlnga, blistered  feet and sunburn! These threo things  or any ono of them, may spoil some  days of your vacation, or mako your  work a bore! Zam-Buk Is the remedy you need! It takes the "bum"  out- of these red, Inflamed patches  where tho sun has got home on y'ou;^  it eases bad mosquito bites, and it  soothes and heals blistered feet' and  hands.  In tho hot weather yoimg bnbiea  Butter greatly from heat spots 'iind  chafed places. Hero, again, Zam-Buk  will glvo almost instant ease! Mothers should always keep Zam-Buk  lundy, and aliould uao Zam-Buk Soap  for baby's bath.  For cutB, burns and, moro serious  Bkhi diseases, Hitch as eczema, blood-  polsoultig, etc., nnd, for piles, Zam-  Unit Ib absolutely without an equal.  All driiffglHtB and stores GOo box or  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  ;  Varlttles of Farm Crops Compared  According (o tests o! many of the  best varieties ot farm crops, carried  o;i. at the Central and Branch Farms  of the Dominion lOxperltnental Farms  tryst em, some sorts of each class are  much superior to others that by some  are considered good. As a guide to  the cro;) growers of Cana'.a as to  which varieties are most valuable,  Bulletin No. 77 of the Central Experimental Farm has been prepared for  distribution This bulletin gives selected lists of the best varieties for  each piw lnce or district, the lists being based on the accumulated experience of past years. Among the  newer varieties of merit, Marquis  wheat, Manchurlan barleys and Arthur pea, are especially mentioned.  This lulletin of 74 pages deals not  only with varieties of grain crops, but  with those of fodder crops and potatoes at well. Crops may he procured  by applying to the Publications  Branch, Department of Agriculture,  Ottawa, Can.  Daddy'sBedtime  Story-  The Story  .   01 Gay Little  Grasshoppet Greeb  T  mm.T+a-tJt.**?��������� ���������'���������  Mrs, Catbird Caught  tha Grasshopper.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  In the Giddy Whirl.  Into the little village of Wuzzle-  vale thero came a circus with brazen  band, gaudy posters, mammoth elephants,' superlative clowns and fiery  untamed lions.  The boys of the place were mad  with excitement and the young son  of a notoriously close-fisted old farmer rusled up to his father and eagerly  requested th������ price of. a ticket to view  the show..  What, demanded the old skinflint,  waste good money to see a circus?  ���������Yes��������� f nth er ream a" th e~" m e e k   an d~  mild reply.  Young man, answered the oldster  sadly,0 It was- only last month that I  let you go- to the top of the hill to see  the eclipse of the sun. My lad, do  you want all your life to be one wicked round of gayely?���������Lite.  HH children cuddled .down to bear the story ot Grasshopper Green  Which daddy had promised to tell tbem.    '"  Jack and Evelyn ii uow grasshoppers well.   Io the summer they  were among tbe most rraquent visitors to the garden.*  "Grasshopper Green began .his llfo down In the ground," daddy said.  "Early one summer be crawled ont of tbo dark bole In wblcb bla mother bad  left tbe egg from wblcb he camo nnd hopped to tbe tlrst stalk of grass ho saw.  "It wasn't a bit too soon, for a sharp eyed robin was watching tbe bole  and would have whisked hltn np to the nest nnd fed bim to ono of bis hungry  nestlings. That la what bad happened to every one of tbo littlo brothers and  sisters who bud come out of the hole before Grasshopper Green. The reason  Mr. Itoblit missed Grnssliopper Green was because be happened just then to  spy ix fat caterpillar which would mako a much more appetizing meal. So  bo let the youug grasshopper go and took the cntorplllar Instead.  ���������-���������  " 'You'd best be careful, young sir," warned Mrs. Cricket, who was hiding  near by.   'Hop under here or that robin will hnve yon uext.'  "The little fellow stayed under tbo leaf until Mr. Hobln went elsewhere.  Then he skipped out and mndo off ns fast ns he could.  "As yet be bud no wings nnd could only bop about In a 6liort time,, however, be hnd grown so much that his skin split and through the bole In hln  bnck could bo seen the little green wlugs, which would now belp him to get  out of the wny of the hungry birds that are looking for nice fat Insects.  "When Grasshopper Green bud wriggled Ills wny out of tbe skin nnd  stood fiinulng tils wings ln the sunshine, he found out something odd. By  rubbing the right wing over tbe left ono bu could make what seemed to bim  very delightful music. Like the locust aud the crickets, bis cousins, be curried n violin on his back. ..  "So pleased was be that he now Bat squee-squeelng nway,^forgetting to  keep an eye open for enemies, ln tbo bushes beside him a catbird hud ber  nest.  ���������"What's that?' Mrs. Catbird exclaimed as she propped ber bend on ona  side. .��������� s-   -  " 'Sounds like a grasshopper,' ,$he chuckled. Then, very quietly, she  poked ber head out ot tho bushes. There sat Mr. Grasshopper Green on top  of a grans blade, sawing nwny at bis little voilln.  "Wltb a bound Mrs. Catbird bad thp grasshopper.     .  '"He tastes a good deal better than be sounds,' Mrs. Catbird remarked as  ���������be hopped back Into her bush." ,  MOST  PRIMITIVE  MEN  Nights of Agony come ln the train  of nsthnm. T,he victim cannot lie  down and sleep Is driven from his  brain. What, grateful relief Is the  immediate effect of Dr. J. D, Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. It banishes  the frightful * conditions, clears the  paBsages; nnd enables the afflicted  ono to again Bleep as soundly and  restfully, ns. a child. Insist on tho  genuine at your nearby druggist.  Did you hear what happened at.  Bagley's today?  No.      What was  It?  Ilo took down an old pistol ho had  ahoiit the house for years, and playfully snapped lhe" trigger at his wife,  thinking it wasn't loaded  Good hcaveim! '.  Woll, It wasn't  An Inferior Wandering Race Found in  Sumatra ->���������   ,  ��������� A people without any form of religion, without superstition, devoid of any  thought of the future state, has been  found Iu the interior forests of Sumatra, according to Dr. Wilholm Val-  ez, the geologist of the University of  Breslau, who has made extensive  journeys through the island.' There  he found the Kubus, as ho named  them, who. aro scarcely to ' be dis-;  tlnguished' from the small manlike  ape of the Indo-Malayan countries.  They are wanderers through tlie for-  ,est,-���������seeklng-food They-r-have ��������� no  property. They are not hunters, but  simply collectors. They seek merely sufficient nuts, fruits' and other edible growths to keep them- alive.  The Kubus wage very little warfare upon the small amount of animal  life Jn their silent and somber land.  The* only notion he could get from  them of, a difference between a live  and b dead person was that the dead  do not breathe.- lie Infers' that they  aro Immeasurably inferior to tho  paleolithic man of Europe,.who fashioned tools and hunted big game  with his Mint-tipped arrow and 'knife.  ' Intellectual atrophy Is the result of  the KubuV environment. The words  thoy know are almost as few as'the  ideas they try to express..���������Philadelphia Record.  CORD OF POTATOES-  The Only Way  An elder while baptizing qonverts  ���������at a revival advanced with a wiry,  sharp-eyed old chap into the water,  lie asked the usual question, whether  there was'any reason why'the ordinance ot baptism should not be administered.  After a pause, a tall, .powerful-loohj  ing man who, was looking quietly on  remarked: I don't want to interfere  in yer business, but I want to say that  this Is an old sinner you have got  hold of, and that ono dip won't do him  any good; you'll have to anchor him  out in deep water, over night. ' ,   ,������������������Good-Hearted ---   NEW STRENGTH FOR  NURSJrOOTHERS  Aching   Backs -nod Tired Limbs  Need Not .Be Endured  Aching backs, tired limbs, attacks  of falntness, headaches and DaeK-  aches, need not'be a part of woman's  life. There^ are times when her  blood need3 special attention, and  these times are Indicated by one or  moro of the above symptoms. It is  at such times thnt Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, aro worth their weight in gold  to women, for they actually make tho  rich, red health-giving blood which  makes weak, tired, despondont women, active and strong, and fooling  equal to all tholr household duties.  Such a sufferer waa Mrs. Wiilinm Sullivan, Main Rivor, N.B., who says: "I  am writing to acknowledge the groat  good I received through Dr^WUliams'  Pink Pills. After my baby was horn  last summer I was so run down that  llfo was really a burden. I had to  drag myself about to do my housework, and every moment was ono of  trial. If I went upstairs I would be  breathles's and tired out, and my  heart would palpitate violently, and  would have a feeling as though I was  smothering". My appetlto was pobr,  and my baby was suffering from my  weakness. I was advised to try Dr.  Williams' Pink.. Pills and got six  boxes, and beforo they were all quite  used I was liko a different woman.  My appetite returned; I regained my  strength, and the work about the  house no longer bothered me. As  the result of my experience I would  strongly urge all weak women and  nursing mothers to use Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills.  There Is no woman, no matter what  her station In life, who will not enjoy  better health If she occasionally fortifies her blc.od through the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. The Pills are  sold by all medicine "dealers or may  be had by mail at 50.cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockville, Ont.  Bombay's Animal Hospital  In far off Bombay Is probably the  largest and most elaborato hospital  for animals ln the world. It has  both-its inpatients and its outpatients  and it ministers to animals of all  kinds as carefully as human beings  aro administered to in tho hospitals  of the West.  Over 2,000 animals are taken Into  the hospital each year, arid well on  to 1,000 are treated aB outpatients.  In all there aro somo forty buildings,  lajge and small, connected with tho  hospital, and the architectural structure and the appointments of some  of them aro Indeed superior to thoso  of many of our regular' hospitals."  This splendid hospital for animals  was founded by a native'Indian, a  Pnrsee merchant, Sir Dlnsbaw Man-  ockjee Petit.  Not only domestic animals of  every kind nro treated nnd enred for  in it but tho animals of tho Jungle  and the wild birds which are found  wounded or suffering from any cause  aro tnl.cn to It and nursed back tp  health and then set frco again.���������  Every Living Creature.  SICKNESS AND DISEASE  CANNOT BE  CURED  WITH DRUGS  D!  guys  First  Boy���������Dose  motor  car  never give a feller a ride'.      ;- '  Second Boy���������Oh, some of 'em do���������  if dey run over yer.���������Life.  The'Young Intelligence Shooting  A western paper recently offored a'  prize for tho best Btory to bo written  by a pupil of tho public school- Hore  ���������are a few"passages from tlie contribution;  , Corn Brown was fortunately the  possessor' Of a .birthday, for alio waa  t'te daughter of rich friends,  But nil thlHtlmo a cloud was gatlv-  erlug ovor Mra, Delaney, which.grew  largo aH years wont by, and Unit  cloud wmb fiill of grasshoppers,  My fulhor desired mo to marry n  bank president it linndHoino reckless  mun, fond of naught huvo the gaming  tnblo.  Vrit I dell you, vat I dell you, shout-,  etl tluvlilHhiuoii.  Ab'bIio outoreii (ho room a" cold,  damp i. in oil mot. her Bight.  Novel Feature of  (the    International  .  Dry-Farmed Products Exposition  One of Hie mosj. novel featureR over  shown at a fair or exposition will be  the display made by the united commercial clubs of StovotiB County,  Washington, at tho Dry-Farmed Products Exposition next October, when  a pile of mammoth potatoes, perfect  lu size aiid enormous In 'dimensions  and weight, will bo shown lu the form  of a cord. It Is already planned tp  bring to Letlibridge aufllciont of thoao  spuds to stack as a farmer Blacks a  cord of wood, nnd an Ingenious moth-,  od has been devlHOd to keep them In  Bitch Bhtipe as to cause peoplo to  ���������wonder."  That's Different  It's dlHcouniRltig In go hunt lng day  nftor day mid not get anything,  Not to the hunter with real sporting blood In him; lie doesn't caro  whether Im gotH iinylhlng or not,  But I'm .limiting, for work.  COMPLETELY CURED  OF DYSPEPSIA  This Old 8chool     ���������  Tlio 'olil foro de* war' darky Iih il asked a young attorney to wrlio.hlin a  latter on lib) typewriter.  Awl In that nil you want, to Hay,  ItaflttiH? queried ihn'jmnn of law at  the elOHO of tlio epistle.  Yes, Bah, 'eoptln' you might Boy  'PleiiHC 'BfltiBo pooh Bpelllu' an bud  pen,'���������Womutt'B Homo,,. v  HOW'S THIBf  We af far Oris Hundred Dollar*- T.an are  lav an* caso of Catarrh that cannot ba  cured by Hall's  Catarrh  Cure.  F. J. CHENEiT & CO.. Toledo. O.  TV*, the urvleTslcned have known V. 3.  Cheney for the last 15. years, and beltova  bim perfectly  honorable  ln  all  bushiest  transactions, and financially ablo to carry  ���������ut anv obligations mad* by hla firm.  Wiildlna.   Rinnan It Marvin,  Wholesale Drug-fists,  Talada. O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intarnallr.  actlnx directly, "Poih Uio blood and muo*  ���������rlc  Taka'iiiffa" Vataflr Villa, .for Coniti  ���������us surfaces of tBo system,  tent free.  ��������� Price-,  lie.  ������y ail Druggists.  Testlmo'ntals  per battle.    Sold  satlso.  He Knew a    Verse  Frederick was only 4, and had just  returned to his homo In Alabama  after a visit to relatives in Missouri.  Within a week or two he went to  Sunday school for the first time. The  previous Sunday the teacher had told,  the little ones to come prepared to  speak a little verse from the bible  or their Sunday school paper.  When It came Frederick's turn, she  said, Frederick, this being our first  Sunday, I presume, you haven't a  verse."  Frederick, with a great deal of con-  -fideuce,-rep!iedT-.Yes,���������ma-anii~I-have;  Very well," let us have Itr  At which Frederick chirped up  bllthelyf  You gotta quit kickln' my dawg  aroun'. y  Wanted to Make Sure  Frederick Townsend Martin, apropos of the extravaganeo of the Idle  rich, said nt a dinner:  I hear of a,caso In point. The  wife of nn overworked, promoter said  at breakfast:  Will you p������st this letter for me,  dear? 'It's to tho furrier, countermanding my ordor for that $900 sable  and ermine stole. You'll be sure to  remember.  The tired eyes of the harassed happy promoter lit up with joy. fro  seized a skipping rope that lay #lth*  a heap of dolls and toys in a corner,  and, going to his wife, said:  Here, tie my right hand to my  left foot, so I won't forget. ~  OCTORS' BILLS ARK Expensive. The constant use  of drugs Is expensive,  and likewise unnecessary. Nature Is  the only reliable dootor. Get cluao to  Naturo and be your own physician.  It la not hard to'do, not dlillcult to  loam. Nature's laws nro simple,  When tho flre burns low. you don't  run for tho' doctor or diuu store or tho  patent medicine bottle;, you simply  put on moro fuel. So when dleeaso  or sickness attacks .tho body, of your-  si-lf or any member ot your family,  go to Nature's vast storehouse of vitality and draw therefrom the rovlt-  ulliiliur forces which banish disease  nnd mako you well.   '  Send for Our Freo  Book and Enjoy  Good Health Witli-  out Doctors or  Medicines  Hreak the bonds of  Rupei'Htltlon iir.il  ronr whloh hind  you. Be master of  your own health and  tho health; of your  family. This hook  points but the way.  If you are sick, you  know it better titnir ."'unvnody else,  nnd you know where you are sick,  lew don't want drugx, you don't want  .to he doped and enervated hy umoU-k.-i  drugging. Wrlto for nur freo hook  today. Specify book No. 19. We  pay  tho postage.  DR. H. SANCHE & CO.  364 West St.   Ciitheriuo St.,  Montreal, Canada  Unimportant  ' Marlon (just from the telephone)���������  He wanted to know if we would go to  the theatre with him, and I said we  would. __  Madeline���������Who was speaking?  Marlon���������Oh, gracious!, I forgot to  ask.���������Judge.  ���������  ��������� A new ralway line Is being built  between Rome and Naples, which will  shorten the present distance'of 155  miles by about twenty-four miles. This  road will run underground from the  outskiris of Naples to the centre of  that city, arid a' number of underground -'passenger stations will be  built..  JJotany* v. Mercury  The  slek  and  alllng.,wlll  find  a   suro  restoration  to health and vigor in    ,  The   Eclectine Botanic Treatment  The weak, nervous anil" debilitated aro  made strong and robust by Hotanli)  Treatment. Skin and hlood diseases  syphilis, lost vitality, emissions and gen-  lto-uiinary eoinplnint.s, chronic and  complloated dliioases of, men and women  yield to- llotanic Treiilment when all  Oiher means have failed. Our preparations were given tho gold medal as highest award at tho International -Hxhlbt*  tions .In Brussels 1909, London 1910, Paris  1911. Consultation free, personal or by  leiter.       Open   10���������8.30,  The Eclectine Botanic Remedy Co.  263-265   Yongo   Street,   Toronto.  WOMEN AND PROFESSIONS  In  In Shaclow of Yale.  Our lamp Inspector, C. Piatt,'is nomo  sign painter' too, Clmrloy uporidR1  Boine of hln Hjuh'e time painting hIkiih  for the corner lamp posta nround  town nnd he doen good work with  the brimli, Alao he saves tho town  Homo money In this way too.-���������Now  Haven Ueginter.  n ���������������������������-   -  A .New Jorsoy man hau been fined  for permitting tho brooding' of mow-  qiiltoeH upon his land. Knowing what  we ������ll(know about the dlHoiifte-Hprenil-  inir powers of thoso InuectH, It. would  hcom that such action might bo  brought lu nny community. If one  M mum) iu hiiUui pmiiHiiuiuiii tur pnic-  lnj; ohyhu'lrr. upon n pavi'mml, wjiy  should he nnt ho punlshod hecmiHo  malaria htm been dlRtrlbut<>d by moa-  (jtiltoos bred upon IiIh hint).  Thoro'rt no dcllnltlim of 'can't' In  in'/   tv.hkf.iii  v������i   s.Ci������-vi������i������ii<icin..v .  That tlmi drunk Ih a Hold Intuitu-  Hon devised to fool tht������ foxy.  Mako a littlo hot with yournolf that  you'll heat Ihe gamo by behaving���������  and watch your huiidk> grow.  Dy Ma-Dru-Co Oyspepsfa Tablets  .. W*��������� *r* continually lieirhift from  Krntcdil people who have hnd cxperl*  eucim like thut of Uim Alice K, Cooper,  of Niagara VMls, Ont., who wrlt������������:  "f wish to cxpr<*n my gratitude to  you I'or the benefit I received from your  ������nn������t wmuVrful llvfcpeniln YnlitiM*  Having taken other rrnajlfduci without  having received the Hllghtent rclieI, I  heard of your NayDru-Co Dytipepiiia  Tablet* ami thought I would give them  n trlnl, I Iihvc been completely enrol  nf (lyHpf ptila. I will he only too plensfd  to nuvine any one troubled with dyspepsia  to tfWe them a fair trial,"  Na-Dru-Co Dygpcpila'fnhlet* not only  f;lv* lhe l������iinif(li*lf relief from henrU  mm, flatulence, acidity of the ttomach  ���������ml hiliou������ne������i,wliicliiii������omucli needed,  but if taken tegulariy for a few days or  week* they completely cure the mo*t  ���������rKntvaied cawa of stomach troubio,  WUfn for ������;o<?, yo������ can fjet a lv>x from ���������    ,.������������������ i ,i.���������-i.,i  your dnitfKiit, why ro oii suffcrinjtf f m������-dleal hrnk������������,  National !>n.jr/imrt Chemical Co, ol j    yen. nnd some fine d,iy you'll die  Limited, Moulreal, IU } of a tnUdprlnt.���������London Oolnion.  Lord  Haldane  Discusses Question  Evidence Beforo Commission  It iH.not of I en >thnt n government  report contains mutter ospoclnllly of  interest lo women; but tho views ot  Lord Thilduno on tho much discussed  topic as to whether, thoy Hhould be  excluded from tho "professlonfl" glv-  on'In evidence beforo tho royal commission on the civil scrvleo, will bo  rend with interest by nil women who  hnvo lo depend upon themsolvos for  tholr living. , Though tho Inquiry  was supposed to touch the civil ser-  vlco only, the war minister w.as very  omplmtlc In expresHlng his opinion on  the. subject Roiiernlly. He, Btild his  belief was tlmt the exclusion ob women from, a; great mnny professions  at tho present time wns tho rosult of  fliiporatltloii, nnd vory littlo else. He  hollevod there wns n Rront many pro-  foaslotlH In which woinotn woro not  only qualified to do the work, but.  whore thoy could he of tho groat est  poHHlble use.  Thero, wore certainly a great mnny  positions In the olvll Borvlco which  women could fill qulto an woll as men,  nnd which Ihey did not fill at Iho  present, tliue-rlilglier. dlvjsloh post������  ns \voll ns others.  Lord Ilnldiitie was questioned !>}  MIhh I'aWlaiio n������ to whether he considered Unit poHt quiillllorl for hy a  higher nd neat Ion, whatever wan the  ciiho with regard to lower pofl'ts Hllotild  receive equal pay In the e.use of womeu mid men. He replied that he  had previously mild that upon that  quoMtlon he hnd found It difficult to  mnko tip his mind.  It might be said that, they must pay  a mnij, not what ho was worth, not  (lie cost of producing him, but a living wtiRfl,'hccamie he wuu the breadwinner for his wife ntul family, nnd  Ihey ought to encourage him to hnvn  n wlfo'nnd family In th" tnt������r*������t., nf  the at a tn?, and therefore he must he  paid domeUaiiji extra lor being a citizen.     ,  The Feminine Mind  .-  -They lived in a little town adjacent  to Pittsburg. Hubby was trying to  jolly' wlfey along and ��������� make her forget that she wanted a -new spring  suit.  ' ' "���������  Now, Raid he, the town committee  is offer'ng a prize for tho prettiest  lawn,  What Is that lo me?  Why don't you enter the contest?  Vou know I haveji't had c. lawn ln  five-years, I haven't even a gingham that !s fit to wear.  Moral���������You can't tako their minds  off the subject of dress.���������Pittsburg  Post.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Princess Patricia Meets Emergency   In-fair-weatherv���������on-long���������- voyagos,-  Princess Patricia of Connaught Is  busy on deck, painting or doing some  simple handicraft. Much of this  work finds Its .'way later to charity.  On $ brief yachting trip she viewed  -a gorgeous sunset; to let such opportunity go unimproved was out of tho  question. Her color box was there,  but brushes had been forgotten. Not  a, moment could be>lost If her sketch  .would be completed.  The doctor was called for and  he car o running. ��������� "Your brushes,  quick, please���������the kind you paint people's- throats with!  And so tho situation was saved.  Mother's Cooking Different  A little boy was Invited out to din-  ner/ceently nnd Ilie hostess,'knowing  his fondness for, chickens, planned It  as a part of her menu. She put  macaroni In the chicken gravy and the  young guest thrice refused It, whereupon hls^hostess aald: Why, Johnny,  I thought you wero fond of <*U������kon  gravy?  I am somellines, replied Johnny,  hnt'my mnmma never puis tho windpipes In.    ' ,,  ���������        ������������������ ",���������'������������������������~  A Massachusetts woman has patented a wire gaur.rj cover forvblnl cngos  to protect their occupants from cats  nnd insccta.  DR. ELLIOTT, SPECIALIST. PRI-  vate dl.'.eases and drink nlblL'  Write 81 Queen East, Toronto. ���������  YOU WESTERN MERCHANT  should carry a stock of the Wonder  Fly.Killer, a little device of seamless  metal, unleakable, and the sure exterminator of every kind of fly and  mosquito. Retails at 15c, ' Genera"!  agent,  Joseph   R.  Wilson,- 204   Stair  Building,' Toronto.or . Nicholson &^  BalfTln^lbeffaTaiid Escoft&IIarmer"  for Manitoba <and Saskatchewan.  When Your Eyes Qoed Can  Try Murtae Era Ilemauy. No Smarting���������Te������I������  Sine���������Acta Qulcklj. Try ������v i-r Red, We������"<  Watery Eyea and Granulated Eyallda. Ilia*.  tested Booh In each Package. Murlno ia  eompouodod by our'Oonlliti-not a "Patent M������V  lolne"���������but u>ad In ������uocoaafal I'byitolanC Pma*  Uoa'for many yeara, Hon dedicated to the Pub*  -Ilo and told by Umgglstn at iio and Me par Bote!*  llarlne Bye BaWeln Aaepllo Tubaiylio ami 0la>  . Murhi������ Ey������ Remedy Co*. Chioago  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put-up In  small bottles that are easily portable  and sold for a very small siim, Dr.  Thortas' Electric Olf"possesses more  power in concentrated form than ouo  hundred times the quantity of many  unguents. Its cheapness and the  varied useB to which It can bo put  mako It tho.poor man's friend, ' No  dealer's stock is complete without It.  GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP  No  Truly Said.  An holren* In Detroit linn called off  her engn������einent to nn Kngllfthmnn.  It looku im ft the. unfortunate man  will be forced lo earn hla own living.  Milwaukee Hontlnel.  ���������i i ������������������������ iil'   i i  milium,  Tht Dange*  But T Atx-fnr my*elf by the aid of  Hard Buslneat  An 8'lvorllflliig man   of   Cleveland  van "olnir homo one nli'ht In n nireet I  f'.'ir.     If was lafe, and the man who  sat rtft'-t h> hint began to talk.  What btiHluetn nre you In? he  asked.  The advertising bitslnesa  I������ that so. I used to be in tne  ������dvortiJln;T htislnesa myaoir. Quit  It, lhf������LKt|, and wv>;U ������utt> the r.i^-and'  oM-bnttlo luminous; got a borne and  cl.Mii  .ip my (ilvly ev<<ry  month.  Thero net-meil to 1m< nothing for llio  advortfajng man to any, no he aald tt.  YiM, continued the talkative man.  I .wna Itt the adveitlalug Inulneaa-l  waa a aandwlch man for a clothing  fitori* or *lx montlns! Hay, and he  lo.iriwl over    eon fld err Hal I v.    nfn'1 ��������� ft  Medicine to Beneficial to Brain  and Nerves,  Lying awake nights mukea It hard  to' kuop a wake and do things In day  time. . To take "tonics and stlniul-  ant,H" under audi clnumslnncea Ih  like Hotting the houso-on lire tc boo  if you can put It.out.  Tho right kind of food promotrn  refreshing, alnop at night and n wide  awake. Individual   during   (he  tiny  A lady changei' froin,,lior old way of  eating, to drape-Nuts, und says:  "Kor about three yeara I had boon  a groat Biiffonir from Indigestion, After trying Hovernl klndu of medicine,  the doctor would unit me to* drop off  potatoes, then meat, and ho on, but  iu a fow days that craving, gnawing  feeling would start up, amr .1 wjuld  vomit everything I ate and drunk.  "Whon 1 at anted on, (Irapo-Nitts,  vomiting HDpped, and the bloated  feeling which wiih ao distressing did-  ,l|l|/r,IU'll   flHIIil...  "My mother \v,i;i very much IhiHht  ed with dliirrhou before commencing  tho (Irapo-NittH, because her Htoniuch  waa ho weak uhu could not dlitem her  food.  Since UHlng flrape-NulH food .lie Im  could do without It,  "It Is a great hiiln restorer and  nerve builder, for I cun Bleep as Hound  and umllHttubed after a Htipper of  drape-Nuts as lu tho old dii;H when  1 could not realize what they meant  hy n "had arnmnr-li " Tliore I* no nu*-'  dlcliio ao lii'iielUlitl to uervea und  brain aa it uood nlght'a Bleep, hiicIi ������h  you can enjoy alter eating Crape-  NuIh" Namo given by Canadian  Poitiini Co., U'lndKor, f)nr.  Look IripkRu. for the famotia I'ttlo  book, "The Hoad lo WollvllUf."  3v������r  read  the  above   letter ?    A  Dolly In Dismay  Dorothy*���������Mother, when I got married, shall I havo u husband llko  papa ?  Mother���������Certainly, my dear,  Dorothy���������And If I stay Blnglo shall  I be an old maid like Aunt Anna?  Dorothy (with a deep High)���������Woll,  I am ln a fix.���������Boston Transcript.  ������������������ wn. iw mtmmmm^������������������������������������ , ��������� n 11  Something New  Running for ofllce, I see,  Yep,  Forced Into It by your friends, eh?  Nope.  Answered the parly call then?  Nix. I'm after the office solely for  the Hillary iilfaehed and If I'm fleeted i I'll try to got all my relations  jolt's.  Well, on Ihe frauktiesi of that statement I propose to vote for you,  ARLIHGTON CHALLgliGE  WATERPROOF COLLARS  ,'U I':    Iff"    P f  rr.iifj,    ,-,rQ   .,   ti  ,1 ,11   .   i]    .,   , if    iint!     .. . i    ic   i  ,  ,. (i   .  The Arlington Co, q| Canaclo. Uii.  ."���������',8.,I i,iM'.| Mc, Toronto,' 0..ii,n,.i;>.   ,.'  KSTAHD HEALTH TO MOIIIEH AND OHIID. .  Uaa, Wi������iu)Wi BooTHittn Braor hai (mm*  W������d for over BIXl'Y YKAnftby M1U.ION9 el  MOTHBlta for their CIIILDHHN W1UI,������  TBKTHINO, with PBRI'ltCT HUCCSSU.    II  ieoTHBtt %������' CHILD, WfBNB \���������a OOMC  Axjtthym ait f*f������ i cdrtS;*W1MD COLIC, ill*  lilhetxil Miticdyfcr illAURJiatA.  ���������olulely liiriul������i������,  tt luri and. aik for  It U *a*  Mt*.  WlnitoVa Baotliinf Byrup," and Uka a* otbtf  kind.  Twenty.flve tents a tottls.  A Lesion In Efficiency  In the Iron Age Is printed an no*]  count of an experiment mnde laat  year In a New' "Knglaiid mill town,  The owntu'H mndh It a condltloh of  eiiiilln >'il employmmi (lint all work-  ei'H not Biienklng HukIIhIi aliould learn  the language. A night Hchmil was  opened In Iho works ami coticcHHlonu  wine inn tl t- In the working tlmo of  those who altonded'll. The mill  ownerd further enllnted the cooperation of the local clergy In charge of  churches where foreigners attended  and arranged that at leaal one ner-  vice e:������ch Menday Hhould he,conduct.  ed lu KtigllHh. An a remilt there Iiiih  been a Having of 12 per emil. In all  deimrtinentH dun to the operatives'  lu-tlcr ntiilcrtMiinillni' of InutrueMnna  from foremen, tho morale of tho  -.ui���������uiK unci' iiiiH ioiiuovi'd, ami la-  hni' (ll-'imtfrt have Ikuiii Hellled wllli-  init open hriHtlllly of auy sort.  His   Example  Toaclior���������Hobby, give ine nn o.xam������  pie of,tho word "damper."  Hobby (after a moment'h tliotiglit--  Paw saya maw la tun damper tloului  libtlut his fi'ot being wiped,  \  Official Builneis ���������  MUBlonnry���������Wby ilo you  look  at  me to Intently,  Cannibal--! am tho food Inspoctor.  Comparing Bumps  Thf lartv wn������ tiilklmr to tne pro-  fe.iHlonal cliMiiffeur.  Did you ever run over a dog? hIio  asked.  YcHHiim. he nnswereil, cheerfully.  dooihiessi!  Wasn't It awful?  It sure wan, ma'am,  Did you ever hit a cow?  T'.'.U-t'l.  Ugh v And-or-did you pvor  ������!rll(.> n btintan bilrji;*  Meaning a    iwuiT   YeH'ium   oneet.  Ileaveua!     Didn't you faint?  No'm-I jiuck to my wheel.  Hut how did you feel? What was  It like?     How -what ��������� wh*n--  Woll, M ���������*** n hlgRi r.lmntp Ihan a  (Jnwg,  huf  Ir  u*3<i  lrit������r mtfti-t- Ihnn a  Tho American Medical Aaaonlatlon  Ih to make a study of mcthodH of ro-  HUHCltatlon from fileotrln hIiocUh. Many  eminent physicians nnd electrical engineers aro to co-oporato -In tho In-  vcBtlgatlon, which It la hopod will  havo Important practical results.  The Only Impediment  ItooV���������ta tt trtt<������ Hint ymir wtf,������ 1t^������  tin Impediment In her npeech?  Peck---Ion, hIui getn hleepy about  11 o'clock and begin* to yawn.���������Bob*  ton Tinn������crlpt.  Ul|||i| d|lQ iluc  Safo and reliablc-for regula*  ting the bowels, stimulating the  liver, toning the sfumnch���������the  world's most famous and most  approved > family remedy is  BEECHAMS  PILLS  Canada,  ,....,..,...,    ,..���������..���������     ,. ..new on* appears from time ta time.  hard vork wlhon the wind blows?��������� Trtsy arti genuine, true, and full ofllcow.     Olheiwlae It wua carter  Saturday Kvenlng Toil, \human InttresU j t*M an' t>otwe������n1  Saki ���������tmjwmma,    ���������  bo [ ���������-  W. N. U. M.  la Uiaa, Ito  #������* * %**/  i ii i   THE   NEWS,   CUMBKBLAND, . B������mSH'. COLtTMBSA:  Tlis Oumterlaai Hews  Issued Kvery   Tuesday by the  Sornox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  /��������� -. ��������� .... ..v..m,...-*,.,.m-.m  ��������� ��������� ������. ii- m ������������������������!���������) ��������� ������ \r ���������' ' ' ��������� ���������   ">���������  Tliis paper will not hold itself  responsible for the opinions of others, as. may appear i������ Sits columns  3rom time to time.  WEDNESDAY, Stp , 4,1012,  Form Qf Notice.  ��������� ottci' i.s hereby given (that  30  fla\f after <lat0 I inteud to fcjip'y  ���������Sti 'hit Honourable Minister of  Lands for ix Heonso to prospect for  #oal nntl petroleum under the fore  s,horu litnl under tlie watpr on .ilie  hinds in and opposite the follow-  in!f <lc:-cr)l)������*d lands situate in Ru- i  r    tfi r  j)������rt District '.-Commencing st a  p- st, planted on tli& sea l>e������ch at  |ti<rh wntor ipark at the intevsec-  fiim o? Sections 14 nnd 15, Town  ������hip 2, Port McNeil, Rupert Dis-  frii-.': thenco north Sftv-^ve, 55  i-hnins more or leas to high water  mar-k on tho BOrtti 6ideaf,Port  MuNeil Harbor; thenco easterly  plot)'' the shore line to internee-  liyn t>f Seditions 23 nnd SH, 1Wn<~  phip 2; tlience sontlrcrly 6& chain*  joore or h;bs to high water mark  iu\ s>:'uth side- of said Port McNeil  harl^)!"; thence westerly slung  jihoie tine to place of eommenee-  jiitMit.        Roland A. Lai^p  Francis T. Tordiffe, Agent  Datod this 8th dny of April 1������12  SAYWARD I,ANI> DISTRICT  District of Sayward, Range 1,  TAKE NOTICE that I; Elinsda  Han nan, by my agent, George Yer  dier, of Campbell Payer, V.I. occii  pation married woman, intends to  apply for permission to  purchase  tbe following described lands:���������-  Commencing at a po3t planted  near the ty. E. corner of lot Sol  tfrence south 10 chains (ter,) thence  ������aat 10 chains (ten) more or less to  the point of commencement con  tailing 20 acres (tweuty) wore or  lose.  ELIN&EIA HANNAH  Name;of Applicant  Date March 2fith, 1912,  **-,< .s^U^lLtUIKURWnVVMdK  Sayward Land District  District of Cost  Take notice tlwtt IscvM^ MeKen  ������y. of Vancouver, B. C '.occupiv  tion spinster, intends to npply fo;  permission to purchase- t&e 'follow  ihgde&cribed .land*:-���������'' .  Commencing at a pc&t plantcci  one mile east, of the &owih-west  coraer of Hot 550, thence webt 80  chains, thonee sow tl)" 40 ��������� chain?,  theus* east 8ft eSj-aia:*, "thenCi  north 40 oJmimis to point ."of com  nieneeioent, containing S20 acres.  moi-v or less.  Isabel MeKenny,.       "   I  Name ttf Applicant in fnl': |  Robert ilpj.'-rj- Chestnut,. Agont 1  D������t# March 12������W, Wi%  Form Ot Notice,  No'ice is hereby giv&������ th*t 30  day;, 'liter date I intend to wpply  Fo" the Honourable Minister of  La'Hl.-U'or a license to pro&peot for  ro il and petroleum nnd&r the fore  .������b^iv_aiHl���������������jT^eMj^e_water onjhe  j*uids in and opposite the follow-  M^ described lands situate in Rw  p.������rt District;- Commencing at a  posl planted on tho sea beach at  ii'ri.������ri water mark at the inter&ec-'  i-o;i of Swoons 12 and 13, Town-  *Wp S-, i'ort McNeill. Rnpert Die  i-.ict.. tjhencb north 80 chains 80, .  th'aii'co weat ten clyiins, 10, more  /)r h>s to high   wa-iser   mark  on  l/'d^o Point; thence westerly  iilonji; shore line to intersections of  Ht-'ciioiis ~$ and 24,..Tosvnship 2;  thenco southerly sixt.y.eightciiainB  IIH, more or less to high . wnter  mark ..on south side of P.i������rt Ntill  .Harbor;' thenee fi-asterly along  pMore line to ��������� plncti of Gominence-  ment,      John S."Kennedy.  Francis M. Tordiffe, A gent  Dated this Htli day of April 1012  Saywi*y������J-Lend District  Strict of Cca&fr  "Jake ������c*tice tli������t l^eginitld- Wa- .  ttfi'i^ oi Vaftcouwir, I). C. occapti-  |i������n, wi^Mieer,, intend.*   t.w  apply  'fot pormission to pra-chase the tol-  k>wir,g des-enhed lands:���������  13o������)imencmj������ at a post planted  1 mile east of the- south w������st corner of lot 550, tha-Hce ea st 80  chains, south 40 chains, -"-nat 80  chains, north ������0 chains to point  of compienftement containing U20  ftovefe ibore 05 less.  Reginald Waters;  Name-, of Applicantin.ftill  Robert Henry Chestnut, Agent  DatFMftrciri2th7iyi2r :���������'"  UNP NOTICB.,..  Sayward Land District  TAKE NOTICK that Charles O"  riynn, tif New York, N. Y.' occup.itmn  *U;ik., intends to apply for permission  tn puichvsfi the 'following dweribed  Itodfii-CominentinR.at a post planted  ���������7.24 chains unit of the S.W. corner nf  I ot 550, tliahee w.itn ft6.8i|. chains,  1 hniidc west 30 chains, thence north 66.  f���������\ rjfciii.t, thence cast 30 chains tn point  .i|'i.uiiiinuiH;civ.c))t cfuitsinirit; 200 acres  |i'ior������i or Jess  ClIAHI.KS O'FlYNN.  Uobert Henry Cliustnut, Afjcnt  Diilc Miy )'>i!), 1912,  j'vti! nugU  LAND ACT.  vS.\y*'!u������l Land District.  TAKK NOTICK tlmt  John   Htanis.  Ia������s Curull, ot New York,   N, V,, occu  n.ni'Ht, ������Mtp,ini'������.'r, inlniuU    to  apply for  purrniM.inn lo ptircliajiC iht: following dc-  snibctl Uidsv-Commencinn nt a |������st  planted .it die y. W,  comer c.f Lot $50  (li������n'*r   lU'it'n   ,\D fchiiiiih,   thence west  ?a.yo cluins lotlte nasi I'Oiiinliiry ofl.ot  54S, ihi'tiri: south alonu said houndary  4������i ch-'iiii-, tlKiifc ciit 23.76. I'hnins  to  jiiim ot   roioniencement coajainin^ 91  ...  ., if. .,  r -    f*  y ,,.,   ������T*.������Mc.j���������\t|tr; C,V|lVOt,|,  K<-lieri Ht;������ry Ch������r,tiiiit, Ak������*p'.  \)V..' vi;iy loth, iqi?.  jiiVi au|[M  Sayward Land District  pistiict of Coa*t .  Talte notice that Frances Gerald Hudson-, of Vancouver, B. C.  oocupatj'oii gentleman,, intends tu  apply for permission to purchase  the following described landB*.���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the'south east corner ot lot 547  thence   east   80   chains,   rhence  Bontli 45 chains to   north bQiiricl-  d'vy. of lot 550, thence, west along  said boundary, 80 chains,  thence  north 45 chains to this post.  ���������.,,,'JK'ranctts GeriiM Hudson,  Name of Applicant in full  ltdbort Henry Chestnut; Agent  Date March 12th, 1012.  PORT MANN, mainland terminus of-the Canadian Northern Railway, is  regarded by those who 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 33x122 ft. (guaranteed  high, dry and level, cr your money back)  fer $275. Terms $15 down, $10 a month  no interest,  no taxes till 1914.  Other guaranteed^ lots for $120; $5-  a month. Booklet- and full particulars at  this office, from  'CHARLES HERAPER  GENERAL AGENT  COMOX and COURTENAY'  N-l  Sayward Lnnd District  District, of'Coast  * Take notice that Minnie 'Korr,  of Vancouver, B. C occupation.  spinster, intends to apply I'or permission to purchase tho following  described lands:���������  Com menu ti(* nt a post plan to";  ���������or from-  ���������-{  >. t  ^aaFqmro  a  The Port DQann People."  837 Hastings Street, West  Vancouver, B.  l^Mil^il^^^^^^^  Form Ol' Notice.  Nolico is hereby given that M)  days after date I ��������� intend to apply  to tbe   Honourable   Milliliter   ol  at tho south-east corner of hn to tbe 11  547, thenco west 40 chili iih, thuna'. i Lands for a license to prospect for  south 45 chains, thence etut 10!wai and petroleum under the  cJniiiiB along the noith boundary j foreshore ami under the water ou  ol' lot OBO, theuce north -lf> ������\\i\iui> J tbo lands, in nlid opposite'lhe fol-  to pnjnt of connneiiet'inoiit, con- 'lowing described himls situated in  tiiiidiig 180 tierce, Ilu pert l.)iHti'iet:������U.oiiiniunt'iiig at  Miiti.it' Km'v ! at ii post planted on the bcii beach  Niuiic of Applicant in hill jat high water murk at the   inter  Robert Henry ClicHttmt, Agent ieoction   of  Sectionr,, 11  audio,  Date March 12th, H������13.  w��������� **tmm**"i>*������ ������i������  CUMBERLAND  ���������-CAFE  ������������������������**������>. m*m*.*tm  * *   \J. a, * < ��������� *  mamma a t ami m ���������mi-**m������mm  "L    1 1-   ..11  yimtitt  j������pf������rlK������ bhould rend,     prico $1,00  A(HliV#,s letters, drawer 44, ^nti-  n;ino, H, C.  IIAV   I������OR   SALIC���������Thirty  tovi* of good  baled   hay, ptice  $\.\ pur ton nt Uranthaijj. i;,H.  Janes, Snmjwjck, IL C.  V*OH SAM5���������r������a.ioliue launch  30 feet iu i<;iio/h, 7 f' hieanj, i%h.  y . tciix'i'.tt, wjll carry jo passei)*  ^ers.   Two cahiuH. Apply Tom*  JACK ������ BICRASDS  JVoprii'torM,  VOlf RA1K--A hhi-'K <<>;.iii  of  hows; a good   general   purpose  tuaui,    Apply Smith llrus.. Sand  wick,   Will uell ehrnp  Mrs,   Siuims will gi\o le::otiH;  011 the piano any liniu nt 1 or ii.������������������������-  drsneo, except Tmwday,  Township % I'ort McNeil, Ru.  port District; thenco north llfty-  li\'t>, 55 tdiaiiiH inojo 01 less to  high water innrU en the north  hide of Port McNeil Harbor;  tbciu'C following the sea bench at  ti.,.    ,\i\,,f'  i\r,\i*.ti\  f]\t, ]\ftni\  1 ; .1  if liui'b.,0" to  il\lU:V   cf    i'^njlJH'lUT  Ml iiui'''.;������' ������0 iil;U:v  ment.       Francis M Tomuikkh  Dated tliiHSth day of April 1012  LSQUIMALT   ANI)   NANAIMO  RAILWAY.      ,.  PUBLIC    NOTICK   in   hereby  \.'\*ti\-.   that   ������he   K'-ipiiniiiH     and  Nttiiainm RiU'lv.ay   I'ompuny   did  on tho n'lneucn h day of January,  1012, duponit in 'he'Laud UiHth'try  Ollleo in the City  vl   Viotoria,   in  tho Province ef Hritiidi Cohunhia.  plan, preHlo and bonk of reierwnce  nhowiim tho lo'ta itdi el  ita   mo  poi'ed lino of .railway from . IIIacK.  Creek to Ca ni pi-oil   River,   Van  Soyward Land Diatriot  .District ot Sayward.-  TAKE NOTICK that' Murray  Gorlay, of Victoria, occupation,  biulter;- intondu to apply for per-  Tniptdon to 'purchase the following  (leEOi'ibtd'htiuls:���������  Commencing tit* a post planted  ut tho ".N, IS. corner of Lot 37(5,  thenco wait 20 elmiim, thenoe  "north 20 chains to shore lino,  thenco following'shnro lino caster  \\T^:t. ifisJW ���������> ���������������* ���������������:'������" :v,."ii,.t ������i -������  -v  h'OIl SALK-TlieSoutli Hm\  corner ol, Maryport Avenue ami  Second St., with buildings Price  ;i)25.00, Apply at thiu ollleo or  I', n. Hov 044 Vancouver.  "n The Ortat  Xngllth   Jlmfilv.  t Kngiutx  Jimiity,  I iiiitm attd InvJxSniMtlto m l,i>io  ��������� f   . .f-*7 ,"* TVfc'"'rotii������ M'Htflin,  iitukw   tiuw  -as^mimf^/^ZKSiSJ^^J's     ji  atj )t��������� ]>M!;l    ,\i,.m,,i m,l Jlntiiimrt % Ik*  1 |Wti.,.'.i*;.', ;-,;.:'itnl Hen './ins. t-'.mito,-ta*,t, Uptr-  J0Pr  1)1,1)  i^iioh Al ..-..j   VX\i,, t-)l.,iHvi.(.i,,K.r-.f.iutv-ii  t..uv.ktllUwi,w...4  HM V   AT 1M1I4   Tlti'l. H'l.'     m, il ' will < m������,   BjM Iiv nil ������liuirMl������t4 or innlku In  Mtfi   ,\\    \l\ffi   Vtpi.tjVj.   .Jff H   ���������i.,f��������� ,,1,,,, rm tmwl at riic-A   KtiatHim'ktti  tmt'li'i frr?.   TI10 Wood MwJIOna Oft.  *        .{,ffr>mr>jnf-t*M<vr) ^^nU^vffft-  Uoiiril of Ri)ilway  ConiiniuiuoneiH  for Caiinda.  DATICI)    thiw   twenty stcond  day of Jaruiary, 19I2,  W. K. Sai.mu'ry,  Secretary.  Mrs, iSiniiuir will give lesHoiin  on tlie pi'at.o at her honsn in iler-  Ufial������m, forniorly  owned  hy Mr  J nines   Stcwuri,    on   anu   niter  March 4th���������until theu in Cainpiib  UBUlll.  O. H TAR8ELL  ������������N������MMItMi������������WW4WIMMHaM^M������il������MM������MMiMM  rWiWlfcJf^i IWWHIilBIPWWMIIWIIIlMMi  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And Ml KITCHKN I1UTKNSILS  Sportsmens Goods  General Hardware  uionntniunt,   coutainini?* 00 imrcB  meteor less.  MUIUIAY GOI1LAY  Name of applicant hi full  Date March 27th, If) 12,  *, m*-mmm*mwtmn������    ���������IIIIIMIIiiHIIIMIIH II I > aim IM ' H������iW|^���������^IIB IM ���������1*01 ���������MJInB ���������  Sayward Lund Diatiict  District of Sayward  TAKK NOTICE that Percy A.K.  Wood, oi Viiclonu, oucupaiiuii Oio-  ker, intends to apply for peroiis������������i������ a  to purchiiBQ tho following dcicnbed  ltiudp;���������  Commonolni; at a poat planted  at tho 3. \V. Corner ol Lot it.o,  thonco north 80 chains, thence wcpi  20 chains to Bhore, thonoe aouthor-  ly following arioro lino to a point  making 80 chains Bouthoily, thenee  ea������terly following ^hoic kino to  point of commoncwiurnt, contaiti-  Iur 1G0 acre������������ moro or Ichp.  PERCY A. K.WOOD,  Name of Applicant in full  Date MiUch 23rtl, 1912  Sayward Land Dtclrict ��������� , ���������  District of Sayward ' *  TAKK NOTICK that. Kyrle 0'."'.  SymonH' of Victoria, occupation  genth-inan, intende to apply /for  pormisyion to pur'ohaae tho follow*  IngdeHoribiid IiiikIb:*-  Co.nnu.'ncinn at a pout planted ut  tho N. \V oomor of lot 810, thenco  '  south 20 chain?,   themmi wont  80^.  ohulne, thonco north 50 clminB  Id'  shnro  lino, thibiico oaRt following  ���������haro. lino 80 phaina to jiolni of  commonceinent, containing 280>ao"  rtis-nioro or Iphh. >  KYRLIS.0.8YMONS  Name of Applicant in,full  DatcMftich2fith,lniQ.  >   FORM Ol?. NOTIOB  New Wcstniiustcr Land District  Dirtti'ict of New Wcstniinster UC  '?KVM NO'lMl*P, that T, Henry  rificy, of ^andwick, B. O. occu- '  pation Farmer, intends to apply  for permission to purchase the  following described lands: -Com  inducing at a pest planted nt tho  South-Hunt comer, about one  and n half miles from Lloyd  Point, in Horn fray channel,  theuce 30 chains north, thence  20 chains west, thenee 20 chains  south, thence ao chains cast, to  point of couuftcticenienl, conjtun-  iug 40 acres, more o������" less.  lir.N'UY rjHRCY  ,,       Applicant.  Date July 17111,1912;       scvni  'Ml  I iraMSiyrffiii'.yiYrrT'gnTrriB  as**-}  i^ffW WftaJC  '"ir.." arntffm-iittf/fWmT,  as&a.;  \73SiW  *.'!,  ii. ilmj/  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, .WHITISH  CCfrTOBlA;  LAND   ACT      '  Sayward Land District.  ;.     District of Coast.     ,   ���������  'jUiK "NOTICE that William Harry  NOTICE is hbr.bygiven that ab tbe  next meeting of the Board of License Com  mitsipneraof tlio City of. Cuiaberland, wo  intend to' apply "for a rouew'ul if tbe hotel lie; use held by us for the  Veudouie  ,.���������       , ,, ,. f. .���������������������������:���������.,-   Hotel, fiitaatodba lot 5] Llook 3, Cumber-  ,ey of Vancouver, Ii C, occupation   ^ ^-^ ,.     -  i Uer, intends  tc. apply for permission WILSON & BRAUBERG.  aae the following described lands:���������  *imencing ut a po������t pknted at high  hrjnark about 40 chains east of May-  Point, Read Island, thence eait 20  [ns, thence south 40   chains, .thence  30 chains, thence north  40 : chains  ;.oint of commencement containing 80  |'*s more or less.  William Harry Burluy,  Name of Applicant  1}                     Jerty Genaixie, Agent.  May 18th, 19*2.           NOTICE  Ktnberland   &" Union   Water-  f.        works Co., I*td,  [Sprinkling   will   be    allowed  [ly two uighta   a   week,   viz.,  ���������JESDA.Y and FUIDA.Y, from  |!������ 9 o'clock in the evening,  i'Lcaky taps must be attended  (at once.  [[Any-changes or   additions^ to  r.siiug piping must be sanction  |; by the company.  By Order,  L. W. Nunns, Secretary.  [,'imberlaad, B. G., June   29th,  ri2., ->  i>he Courtenay Hotel  J1 Every convenience for guests.  )b,'e Oantitvl Hotal for Sportamon  hie but die Best of Wjaes and Liquors  he Har.    .  RATES  PUBLIC .NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby given that  all property owners are requested   tb  connect   their  premises  .with the new sewers, wherever  same are completed, on or before  the' 15th - day of March,   1912  aud if said  connections are   not  made-by the above date, the City  Council will proceed to complete  same at the expense of the prop  erty owners.  By order of  The City Council  A, McKINNON,  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days Qj^y C]grk  after da te application   vwl be made to' ,    ,     ,   _,,,  ���������, , '  tlie Superintendent of Provincial Police,: Cumberland, B.C. I<eb.  20, 191a  Victoria,' B. C, for a ttansler of the  hotel license to sell liquors by" retail in the  hotel known is'the Port Augusta Hotel, rT ^ ,  .���������     -  situated   ax Como*,  B.C. fiom  John Rooming Hou*. Derwont Ave  Charles Clarence to Amos Cottington.  John Charles Clarence,  Holder of Licence.  Amos Cottinuton, :;  Applicant.  Dated M.iv 15th, 191a.  Dated tltis 7th day of Not., 1911. .  NOTICE U hereby given that at tbo  next raeotiug of the Board of License Com:  misBioiiers of the City of Cumberland. I  ntend to app.y for a- renewal ������f th* h-.'t-"  ol lueiiBe hold by uie for the Cumberland  Hottl, situated on lot 1, block 0, Cuuil er-  land Towusite.  WILLIAM MUR1UFIKLD.  Dnted thia 7th duy of Nov., 1911.  ItOOMS for rout at.Mari.uelli'e  An Ad in the   News  pays.    Try it.  FOR SA.JJS���������Three m,i .1 h  cows, first class xnilfee.r.^aJso two  heifers in calf", gradffl? slock.  three horses, two drivefs and a  general purpose mare, age three  aud lour years. Apply to D.  Roy,,Roy's Beach.  Treasonable  John Johnston,   Prop  H-'I'HIHIil'HIiH  fo  Union Steamship Co. of B. 0. Ltd.  THE S. S. COWlCltAN WILL SAIL AS UNDER  POWELL RIVER-COMOX-UNION-CAMPBELL RIVER route  Leave Vancouver Thurs. 2 p. mArrive Comox Friday 6 a, m.  Depart 7 a. m.  Arrive Uuiou Bay Friday 7 a.m. depart 9 a.m. (For Campbell River, wayports for Vancouver.)  NANAIMO DENMAN 1SLAND-UNION BAY-COMOXROUTE  Leave Vancouver Saturday 8 p.m.  Arrive Nanaimo, 12 midnight  Arrive Union Bay, Sunday 6a.m. Depart 5 p.m.  Arrive Coniox, Sunday 8 a.m. Depart 4 p.m.  Swbjectto change 'without notice.  The purest and best BEER, and  made in Cumberland.  IWHBHI^^  S.\>*ard IjiJ'il l>i tnut,  Distriot of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE that Channing Stnar  Dunbar, of   New  York,    Now    York.  occupation clerk, iatead to apply tor pof-  niiBsiou to purchase   the following ai*- '  cribediando Comiaeubicg at a po-t planted at uorth -taat cerutr of lot 590, tlienoa  north 80 ch >i is, thence   w������������t 80   chaina.  thenee South SO   chaina, tliesje   vast  89  ohnins to point of ^uinm^uci w.<sut c&utaja-  iug CIO acres rawe or.ltsa.  CJIANNING STUART DUS.BAJfc  Fisber M.Qajkina, Agent.  Date June 23rd, 1912        ��������� ��������� . ��������� ��������� ��������� * ���������������.  Sayward Lnnd D^atiint.  District of Sty ward*  TAKE NOTICE that Jehu Ar hur Dalj.  of New York������ New York, i������cupali o clerk  intends to apply for penuisoivn to >iy  ohaso tbo following described lauds:���������  Cocnraenotag at a post planfrd at tha  south-east comer of Lease 46, theuoa  south 80 chaise, thenoo wcet 60 chuiua,  thence noi th SO chaina, thkpco emt M  chnioR to ioi<t of-commotiBtiutut oonUio.  iug OiO kcr������o mere or lesa.  JOHS AUMJUK DALI  Fisher H. Gatkiu?, Agent  Dato iuue 24th, 14JI2- ��������� -    .  ������������������ '" *'      ' ��������� '- ���������'     "        ���������������������������      I     ���������       ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������!������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������  Sayward Li-ad DwtrVit.  Uidtrtct oi Sayward. " "*  TAKE NOTICB ihit Walter SaAeli  Bust, of New York. Haw -Yoijc  occupation laborer, i.iteaJ} t,o npply  tot peruiissiou to purchuie tbe fol'owi'.^  described lands:���������Comuieiiciiig Ht a pu^t  planted 120 cbaiua wu.t uud 10 tttui.ni  north of the couth-east comer *���������[ Lease  46, thence south SOohaiti^-ttieiico eaut ill  ohuias, thenoe uoith SO vluiiixit, theuce  West 40 chaius to poiut'ofcgriitatnc.meuit  CouUioing 320 acres more or l&ie.  WALTER .BKDJiLLlBEST  Fisher M, Gwfkiai, Aieu*.  Date Juni 24th, 1912.  Skyward Laud Dhtrict.  Dittrict ot tiiyward.  TAKE NOTICE ihut, Charle* Pc'nny of  VaacoQvor, B. C; oooupation contracts;-,  iatendi to apply f#r nermi������e>on to aiti-  chaso the JoUowiog described ianj*.:���������  Couimsnciog at ft  post  nlsat^d  ut' tb.i  ^outh east comer af lot 378, thw:e������ weit  HI chains, theuce south 80 ohaina, thouoe  cuet40 ctiains, thenc3norh SO ohoiua \>  poiut ot oonioieucewent containing SX9  aeresmore   or less,  CUATRLES PliXNT  Pieher  M. Oiukinii, A^eSL  Dated Jane I9th, 1912..  Sayward Land District  Diatrct of^Sayvrard  TAKE NOTIOB that Myrtlo Bonnette,  "f Vitucuuvcr, occupation  Nurse, iuteii'J*  vo api'ly for per:uie������iou to  purch������s;e   the  following described  landat��������� Oosuineikciu);  ^C"a"post"piauted;atthe~i,oith"ea3t"-coriijr^  of lut .r)8-l, thence eaat 40 ch������in������, thenoe ���������  Ihence north*-40   chains,   theuce   west  40 chaiua,  theauo   Bouth  40 chaius  to  poiut of  couioieucemeut coutuiniug   100  acres lhoro or lesa.  Myrtlk BojiMKri'x  Fisher M. Q^akiut, Agcut.  Dated June lSth. 1012.  To whom it may concern i���������  Thia is to notify the public  (that all freight charges on, bonded goods cleared at Union Bay  (tor the Comox galley must be  ; paid before goods?can be torward  [ed. By order  Canadian Collieries punsmuir]  Co.!  ranee  Are "you insured?  ���������Is yovjjr life Insured?  Is your home Insured?  ..  Are Insured against sickness and-v  accident?  moving ?  '      PIAN03 ANU  FURNITURK  Freight, Wood and Coal Hauled  INDEPENDENT  .TRANSFER  RICHARDSON & HAYWOOD  PHONE 5-7  Windermere Ave.  ORDEKS TAKKN FOR NV.T  COAL  ���������       -    ���������"'   --���������������������������!������������������   I ..........  Saywn.d Laud  Distriot  Di    " ���������   - "  District of Sayward  TAKE. NOTIOE that WilHa'ro 'Join  Whitiugf of New Yqrk, N. Y^, ocoupation  En������[lneer, iutemlis to apply for peruMM'"'  to vurehuo the following described lands:  ���������Oom.neocing ut a pout planted 90 chtiiua  south and 30 chiinn taat from tho north  coat corner ot lot 579 (on post 574) thonco  north 20 obiini), tie noo weat 30 chains,  thence aouth '20 ohnine, thenco oust 30  chaiua to point of commencement oon-  talniug GO uoioi more or lo������,  William Joun Wumxa  Fivher M. Uanklirn Agent  Dated Jano 23rd, 1012,  Suywurd  Land District  Uistrict ut Srwurd .  TAKE NOTICE  tb������t Jmopli   Htaty  liner of New Vork, oouup^itiou Bak������man,  intends to apply for psitnissiou  to  pur-  ohaeo  tha  lolloping  dfscnbe4 lnuds:���������  t'oumienoiiiK ut a pout pbutod 90  chum* .  wo^t ������nd teu ohiunn north of the aouth  rojtt cornor of Ioubo 40, thonoo uortk 'A)  tilmioa, thonoe oust '20 ouuins, thenc soutli  'JO chtiiiiH, thonco wo������t 20 cliaint* to poiut.  of  commencement  ooutaiulug  40  ucics  mofa or lesu.  JosKi'n HuxrY Cask  Fiabor Al, Guskios, Agout.  Dated June 2Bth, 1012.  NOT1C13.  TKNDEHSfortlio. routing of  iiliunistou Farm, Sandwick, will  | bo i'ueoived nj) to August Slot,  11.01 a. AH purticuliU'H to bo hud  '���������'voto. I, R. CllfTo, Sumliok, B. C.  Tlm ldgbofit or nny toiulor not  liccotfBui'ily Accciptud.  Lucititt R. Cllifo.  Lia^iliiy, Burglary jsnd Automobile Insurance,..  ���������Vr'/:    .FOR INFORMATION WRITE THE      ; ,;  Vancouver Island  insurance Co.,  820 fort Street       -      -      ���������      ���������      VICTORIA, B.C.  IIMHIKjyilllllllllllM  Suyward Laod Distriot.  Dititiiot of Siiynnrd.  TAKB NOTIOK   thut  lbnry   Alfred  Ho.fl, of Nov? York, NowYorlt.occuputi-  on clootriolan, iulonds to apply fi.rpnrmlu  tion to.purfflisnion to purohaxo tlie following dowrlbod landm-CornnKmomo! nt n  Saywovd J^aud Dlstrtot.  District of Snyunrd,  TAKE NOTIOK that Ohorlta lleary  l\mt,r i,t  Now York,  N.Y.,   occupation  aaloam.in, iutiudj to upply for permission post pbiiitoil nli tho south onat oomor of  to purohiwo tho toilowlug dtnoribod lands; tho north wos% quarter of lot' 58J,., thenoo  FOll SALE���������Hdison 'Home'  Phontigraph' and 4 dozen 4  jniiuitc records', will sell cheap.  Apply Cumberland News Office.  Change of advertisements will  not be received at this olllee later  than 1 a o'clock noou on  Tucb  g  I  4    %   *A  TEACHER WANTED for Min  to imblic MI150I. aalnry 875.00  jwr month. Apply to Alox Som  orvillo, Sccrotfiry, Minto, U. C.  FOR SALIC���������Marli.eUi'8 room  lug house o������ Durwtiiit Avonue,  (Jdoil paying buslnow, and exec',  lout locution. Kur ��������� pnrtionlurs  apply lo V. Moriitt'lll, Durwont  A^vutiiu1, Ckty.  |hJ������|  moan  ti  8UBS0H1BE FOR THE NKW8  OHU'OJJE DOLLAR A YEAR.  NOTICE  ������������������"I *_,       ������_���������������  *. Any poreou or poi'oonB, cutting,  romovitig or taking any blocke,  timber or wood, of nny douoriptioilii  wlonglnj? to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land  of tlio anid Compriny, or anyone  tipping rubbinh of any description  anywhere upon the eompany'n  land will \>o proiooutod to tho full  uuunt ot Cuv L*k.,  \\\ L COUPON,  General Manager,  Wellington Colliery-Ooj.  NOTIOB.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way earn of tho Union flolllory  Company by any poreon or ym-  Bono���������except tnin orcw���������lit nlrictly  prohfHUd. Kuiployeen mq iul>-  locio4um������B������al for allowing family ordor  W. L. COULSON,  Ooimnonol.������������ at a p.mt vlntitod nt tho  not th-eiwt oomor of lot DS2, thwioo north  20 obiiinB, thonoo weat 20 oholiw, thenoo  Bouth SO olmlni, thonoo east 20 ohnina to  point of oomm������ncotnunt oontniuing 40  acrao moro or loss.  CHARLES URNUY BEST  KiihorM.QdiikhiB, Ay[<.nt  l),to Juno U0.U, 1912.  40 ohalna oast, thenoo 40 chains rorth  thouoo 40 ohaliiB west, thono 40  ohnins  ���������outh to poiut ut oommoncomont containing 100 acroi moro or lou,  Hk.n������v Alkhsd llm.>;x  Fnher M,-G*Bkin������, Asjout  Datod Juuo 24th, XOIU.  Suyward Ijmd DUtriot.  Utntriot of Bnyward.  TAKli JSOT10E tbnt Woorgo SUwko, of  Nsw York, N. Y., occupation  tujglnow,  intoudn to apply ftr, vormWou to pur-  mliaao   Uio following  dowrihod luad/ii���������  OomiuB..olog Bt it pn������t planted SO chaini  iouth of tho nortlfoaRt corner of lot 5tU,  thonoo-oiiflt 20 obaioi, theuoB north 40  (ihnhiB, U.oiioa wo������t ������0 chain������,  thonco  Houtli 40 ohaina to point of oomiut'uco-  ment oontuining B0 uomh nn.to or Iw.  <iKOIU}fi OTUl-KR  VIvTw.^ M   OnuVina. Ai,nnt.  Ont? .Tnnc 10th, 'fWi.  Saywnrd Land UWrlut.,,  DiBtrict of 8������j wai d.  TAKB NOTICE U.at William John  Sullivan, Now York, N. Y., oooupntlon  clerk, intoudi to apply for pormi'Bton t<>  Vurohoao tho folio aIok tho following <tcfi>  oilbid hudflt���������('umuiotiolnR at o* ixwt  planted 10 olinllifl aonth from tho routb*  eait w>rr.ot"������t lot 679 Ion pout 57 U thonoo  north 80oliuli)H, thmoo oust 80 ohainu,  thonoo ttouth W) ohahm, thonco wcit 80  ehuin������, to point of oo.imwucwnuut oon������  tainiug 010 Koroa moro nr Im. .  WILLIAM J011HBULUVAN  (WiorM. Giukinr, Agout.  Dalo Judo 214, 1012.  Sayward Laud District  DiBtrict ot Suyward  a'AKK NOTIOK   that Jam* Borukrl-  Diidd of New Yoik, N.   X., ocounatiyu.  Teaohsr, intondu to ajjply for poruiiiaioi*  Im purohune tiiv^ollowiog doaoriled inud.:  ~(Jomti.ouoiug nd a poit planted at   tliu  nortli eiist ouroor of lot 680, tlioucw uorth  80 (Junius, thuueo wost HO cliniaa,. thuuui  .  uOothSO whuiuu, tlieiiuo'euit 9J uhuiua to  p.'int (if ooD.iuencouiPiit coutuiniug 010  uoron morO or I������hu.  JaMM BUBNUlD Dm**  Fiihvr M, Oiiakini, Agtut,  Datod June 24th, 1012 ���������������������������.,    :'~\ .  Baywurd Land Diutriot.  Distriot of Sayward. ' ������������������   ���������  TAKE NOTICE that John Lfconnrd,  Ryan ot Now York, Now York, ocounati-  on broker, intends lo apply for p<;ruiL>qiou  to pnroliaoo tlio purohaio tho follow log do-  HOribed, londii���������Coinmonijiug at  tt pokt;  plitulod ut tho uorth-BiMt oornur of the  noith uum qumIw of lot Wi, thonoo oa*t  B0 olmiim, Uimioo uorth 40 oh>U)H, ttmuco  went 80 oluiiuH, thonoo aouth 40 olmina.lo  point of couiinoiioomeut ooutuiuirig' 120  ucioa moro oi lota.  JOHN LEONARD KYAN.  I'inlmr M. Unikiui, Ageut.  Date Jono 24th, 101'J.  H ay ward Land UUt.lot.  Diatriot of rHyward.  Kton^, of No* ifork, N, Y���������, oooup4������ou  olork, intondi to apply for porntiiflio.1 V"  pnr#l'U������i������tU������ following doaorilwd Ittwhii'-  Cumiuonciag fit a nnit yltMilnl 40 oMn*  woil and 20 ohaina n������rth ot tho norlli eiut  6orn<roflotB34, U������������iioj taut <0 thilni*,  thenoo acoth 20th������iu8 tlwooo we������t 40  chnii.H, llwnto i������������������ali 20 itUliui lo frOint of  cornmoocaroont coii'aiuii'K KOa*r������l������ M0**  tit lo**>  OKOItOK CHAULEft HTONB  Ymlur M. Q*a,tua, Agoul,  Dnr- June !9ih, I0IS.  Diatriot ot byword.  TAKB NOTICE thftt WllUtm AHRfttfit  BtabohouY *f Now York, N. V��������� ocottV'*'  tlrrn tUtk. intend* to apuly for perrnlHalon  to  puroliMO  tho   fohowlOK   dei'cnhod  Iftudi-Coromfnclng at  a   jnist vlaiitod  30 chaina oaat mul 40 .lmi������ m north <-f tho  north'woat oorn������<r of Jot 6M, tin ino v.xi.t  flOoba'ni mora or loiw,  to lot 651, ih������T,ci������  iff ohaitia ������ooth  along tflit hunmhuy   of  lot 651, thenco ������*t������t COulmliiH iu������n or Uti  toltMia'r,,   iftnnr-ti run In 40 clmina  U<  poiut of wwiui'jic'ca:������nt oonH'iih;^ '.'Wj  mi-rw morfs or 1p*������-  WILLIAM AUClAimV MWICHOl'K  Ki������h������r M .Oatkint, MuttX.  VtM3mUmmC.h,'mmi2,  I  Sayward Land District  District of Sayward  TAKE notice that Julin Cae.  blily, of Now York, N Y.,  occupation Fireman, intend*  to apply for permusiou ������o pur-  chnBO tho following doscribud  lat������d������:���������Commoneing at a post  phmted 20 chaina soidh   aud 00  i .:.... ,.~,.t ,.r if\i,   ������inrlli rovnor of  lot 551, thenco w<*t ������0 oliains to  ca������t bonndry or lot 551, thooco  bonth 30 tdiaiiw, thenee eiMt B0  oliains, thonco north 80 ehaiiis to  poiut of commencement contain  \\m UO acrtc more or Ichp.  Kiiljcr M. Gavins, Aft������ut.  i DnUtiUuiw 90tW ilJW.  i \  . ���������,...! ^    .  THE TCEWS, TTOMEttEAND. B. CL  r.i.' "\^\  SCIATICA AND  LUMBAGO  SUFFERED     FOR      TWENTY-FIVE  YEARS   AND   COULD   GET   NO  RELIEF  Now Tells of the Wonderful  Results  , Obtained by the Use of  DR/CHASn  - NERVE FOOD  Sciatica, neuralgia and sciatic rheumatism are tho result of a run-down  nervous-.system. For this reason  all treatments must necessarily fall  which do- not build up the nervous  (system.  Mr. "Collins, suffered for twenty-five  yearn and never was able to obtain  satisfactory treatment until ho began  the* use of Dr. Chase's Norvo. Food  and Kidney-Liver Pill's.- While tlio  Nerve Food forms new blood and restores the exhausted nervous system,  the Kidney-Liver Pills Invigorate the  action or kidneys," liver and, bowels.  Mr. W. T. Collins, Morpeth, Ont.,  wrltt'3: "It'affords me pleasure to bo  able to speak favorably of two of Dr,  Chase's medicines���������the Nerve Food  and Kidney-Liver Pills. I,had'been;  a Bufforer for twenty-five years from  sciatica^ lumbago and neuralgia' and  tried almost-Jill'the medicines 1 could  hear of, without ,'.pne particle cf  benefit, until 1 commenced to use Dr.  Chase's. I noticed an improvement  before I had used two boxes, and the  benefits obtained by continued use  have been wonderful. I have go  natch confidence-ln these, two "medicines that I have recommended them  to dozens of my.friends, and I have  yet lo hear of a single case in whicli  they failed  to give., satisfaction."  Dr. Chase's medicines are for sa.le  by all dealers, or Edmauson, Bates  & Co., Limited, Toronto.  Origin of Electric Terms  - Tlie ampenv which Is the unit of  volume, Is -French, taken from the  nume of Asidro Marie Ampere, who  founded tho science of .eleclriq dynamics. The volt which is' the unit of  the. pressure which causes the current  to flow, is Italian. ' The watt, which  la the unit of energy, and the product of (lie volt and ampere, Is English. The obm, whlch/is' the /measure of resistance, is, characteristically German. The "United States  boasts only one electric term so far,  the henry, which is the unit of self-  induction.���������Scientific American.  Take Thslr Chances  Ami.now that you'are through col;  -legfer-wliat-are'-ryqu^goihgrtp-dp^r���������fr  I. shall'study medicine. .     ..'>'  Rather crowded profession already  Isn't it? .'���������. .     ,  Cari't help that. I shall study medicine, and those who are already in  the profession i, will have to take their  chances^ that's all.��������� Loudon Opinion.  LONELIEST SPOT ON EARTH.  Tristan d'Aounha la ��������� Tiny Oasis In a  Wilderness of Water.  When Napoleon was sent to St Hei*  ena It was thought thot ths loneliest  plnco on earth had been assigned to  him as a prison. But St Helena ia  1,400 miles nearer a continent than is  Tristan d'Acunha. Mnny hundred ot  of miles of ocean lie between this lain ml and its nearest neighbor. .-Tristan,  lu short, Is a tiny oasis in a boundless  wilderness of waters, go from it In  which direction you will.  It Is a rocky and cliff girt littlo Isle,  with a solitary mountain 1,000 feet  high rearing Itself from the midst  Yet on this lonely speck of rocfc and  earth there lives a community seemingly happy ln their Isolation from all  the rest of the world. They are farmers, cat tio misers and shepherds. In  the valleys of the Island are fertile  fields, where potatoes mainly are  grown. The food of tho people consists  for the most part of beef, mutton,  fowls, potatoes and fish.  Tristan used formerly to produce!  many fruits and vegetables which can  no longer bo grown there. The reason  of this Is that tbe Island for a long  tlmo was overrun by rats which escaped from a ship that anchored there  and which the people have been unable, It Is said, ever entirely to exterminate.���������Harper's Weekly. /  A FORTRESS OF THORNS.  Curious Nest of the Littlo Brown Wren  of Central America. >  Tho little brown wren of Central  America builds a nest that Bhould belong to a bird five or six times as  large hs it is, and, to prevent other  birds from disturbing Its home while  It,Is away It builds as a protection a  fence of thorns lending to it.  When Madam Wren looks for a  home Bite, says, a writer In the Ave  Maria, she selects a tree where two  brunches He parallel about two feet  apart Across these two branches she  and her mate lay a Jittla platform  about five feet ln length. Near the  trunk of the, tree "is built a dome  shaped nest about a foot In height  The sides of this nest are all Inter-  woven with thorns.  Next a covered passageway Is built  from tho nest to the end of the platform ln as crooked^ a manner as possible. Thorns (1 stick out in all directions Just as in the nest Itself, and  every few Inches on the Inside of the  tunnel little fences of thorns are  placed in such a wny that any crea-  ,t(jr(i_not,faml!Iar_vv,ith_thB,pas8hgeway.  will get badly pricked. Finally across  the outer end of tuo tunnel Is a movable guteway of thorns,  Said the navy chaplain..tp the marine, to whom he was endeavoring.to'  demonstrate the undesirabillty. of tobacco: "After all, Bill, you must reflect, that in all creation there is not  to bo found any animal except man,  that smokes." The marine sniffed.  Yes, ho agreed, and ydii won't find  either any other animal lu all creation  that cooks na fcoii'  Mlnard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gents,���������I cured a valuable hunting  dog ut mango with MINARD'S LINIMENT aftor. sevornI vetorlnarlOB had  treated tilth without doing him any  permanent gojrt.  yours, &.c���������  WILFRID C1AGNE.  Prop, of Orund ��������� Central Hotel, Drum-  mondvllle, Aug. .1, 'Ol."*--.  The Pill That Leads Them All-  Pills are the most portable and"compact of all medicines, and when easy  to.take are the most acceptable of  preparations. But they must attest  tholr power to be popular- As Parm-  eleo'B 'Vegetable Pills are the most  popular of all pills they must fully  meet all requirements. Accurately  compounded and composed of ingredients proven to he effective In regulating the digestive organs, there is  iio surer medicine to he had anywhere,  One of tho great trans-Atlantic  steamship companies has determined  to mnke use,of the system of carrying  boats on deck known as--"nesting."']  Nesting requires a boat of special  construction;, for the standard lifeboat  could not. ho nested abovo two, or at  tno outside, three deep.  Better Begin on the Paling*  Miss Margaret Lindsay Willinms  who Iibh won tho gold medal of the  Royal Acudoiiiy which carries with it  a travelling scholarship of $200, is  the Christian World hIuI.ck, the daughter of n deacon of Hurry CongroRii-  tioiwil churchy Hho Is iho youngest  artist ovor. io attain this high distinction, and it Ih Interesting that her  first rudn efforts hi nrl wero mudo.  on hehr.lf of n liu/wir for the building  tu ml of Hurry church, Ten yours  ago, it' a girl of thirteen, she bogged  hor father (o let her paint Boiiiolhlng  for fho sale, Heller begin on tlio  front palings, wan hor fnl Iter's Joking  reply to lhe girl who this year liml a  fine picture on tho lino lu the Academy, and Is now adjudged "gold mod-  aihl"���������the lirst Htiident, of hur year  tt the Academy of Art School,  Her Yearning.  *   Utile MarJ.irie Louis leaned on her  franimamma's kn.m and guv.eil Into  8pa.cn with h particularly soulful ox-  lll'KHHlon.  (Hi, grandmother, she hurst out,  suddenly, I Just lung to grow up and  ho A litg lady and havo corns.  Mihftmi*--  >.<,  PI LIS    ,v  '���������-  A    ' \\\   V- '���������    '*  "illi. ri > ���������   rfi'��������������������������� .���������  Reform In Surgery  That siirgcoDH In recent yearn,, Jn  vory recent yours, havo to some extent come to the opinion that tho unfortunate person who may furnish  them opportunity for the display of  their .skill in the use of saw nnd knife  is himself worthy of some consideration rpurt from tho heniillful operation, Is a mul inr ,of congratulation,  not 1o tho surgeons, but to ourselves  of tho Inlly. It has not been ao  mnny moons ngo whon a surgeon  linll'o In hand, was ready to pounce  upon a pal lent Keen to opornto without considering whether lhe operation  might'aot lio ii graver source of danger limn tho deceased condition Itself,  ; There has roeoiitly developed, says  tho Now York Medical Uncord, the  opposite ffudetiey. This strives to  counteract the unbounded onthus-  fnkiii of thi- technician for an linmed-  inle inirgleal Inlerfenince, a tendency  to study Ihe patient nn well uh hifl  (Hw'iiHiV to consider llio factors of  safely prosi'til iu lhe Imllvlduul uu-  d?r consideration, nnd fo lake all possible nii'iins of liiiToaalng the chance  of recovery from the operation Knelt  as well us from lhe dlsoiiso.  THE GRAIN COMBINE  -   *  '������������������* i  Past and Present  ..  -,  .mm.   ^ "���������        A  Perseverance and determination, are  admirable qualities provided they  are exercised ln a good cause, N but  when theso virtues are pro3tltutea to  minister to selfishness they are dangerous to the commonwealth and must  be resisted with equal perseverance  and determination.        ~  This is the situation in Northwestern Canada today. On one hand  stands a thoroughly united band-of  grain dealers, and on the other hand  there are the farmers, tho producers  of the country., The grain mon are  using every means in their power to  exploit the farmers.  The history of the grain trade ln  tho West is one of a continual struggle by the grain producers for fair  treatment nt the hands of the grain  dealers. The struggle dates back to  the early eighties when tho first frosted grain was put on tho market. The  grain men refused to buy the damaged wheat and caused much suffering all through the southern parts  of Manitoba, Not only farmers, but  merchants- as well were brought to  the brliijc of bankruptcy. Tho grain  men at';that time sought to reduco  tho' price' of wheat to the lowest  level. Then the farmers met and  made arrangements to ship their own  grain to the Eastern dealers. The  C.P.R. aided them by arranging to  have the grain shipped through to  Sarnia where it was disposed of. As  a result every bushel offered was sold  at fair prices. As soon as the, western grain dealers saw that tlie farmers had found a'way to dispose of  their crop, they, .were quite willing to  get into the market too-  This is a fair'.'sample of the tactics  of the grain men. They are "determined to control the" grain trade of  the West. Their latest scheme Is  the sample market. Should they get  that, they will again control the sale  of wheat.'  A sample market in Winnipeg Is  asked for, As a justification, the  sample market in-Minneapolis is quoted. But the conditions are not the  same iu these two places.. In the  first place, there are a great many  more railways running into Minneapolis than into Winnipeg, therefore  the work of re-shipping the cars  after the ^ grain is -sold Is  spread among more companies and  consequently the cars are moved more  'quickly.-., Then, owing tb the big  mills, located 'in Minneapolis, over  seventy Per cent, of .the- wheat.-, received in that city is milled there,  while not more than four per cent of  the wheat .taken into Winnipeg is  jnilledl^Uthat-pointT-and-the-remain--  der is shipped on.  Another claim made In favor of a  sample market is that the farmers  will receive a-better'price, for-their  grain. The plea, put forth; is that  a carload of grain that -^oiild just  miss grading No. 1, has under the present system to be graded No. 2,  whereas if a sample market were in  effect, that carload of grain would  bring one or two cents per bushel-  over the price of No. 2, and by mixing  it with a carload that wns-a littlo over  No. 3 would make two carloads of No.  2.- , :���������-��������� .-'���������..     '..,    '  But experience proves Its fallacy.  We hnd grain mixing practised openly  for years, hut no one except the grain  dealer gained by it. A sample  market would .kill-competition as tho  men who operate it are the same  mon who every dny until recently,  named the prlco to bo paid for wheat,  at every buying point. In the Western.!  provinces, and by nn agroomont  amongst themselves would .name- the  price to lie paid on Iho sample market. You cannot'expect''-'to* gather  grapes from thorns or figs from thistles.  Thero Is nt present n grain hoard  thai meets every fall 'and docldos on  tlio grades. If thoy do their duly  properly there ia no need whatever  for mixing, nnd at any rote experience  has taught, that the farmers would  never obtain the benefit of fho'iiilxing,  Another important fact. Is thnt tho  mixing of grain will certainly insult  In lowering-the standard of Western  Canadian wheat In Croat Britain, who  Is our chief buyer.  We notleo In Iho dally pnpors (lie  Minister of Trade nnd Commerce, at  Ottawa, hns given notleo of the Intention of th?" government to establish sample markoN before the crop  of 1AK1 is put on llio markets, Thero  Is therefore no time lo lie hjst. hy  Western farmers nnd-others interested In fair piny being given to them,  In Inking slops to prevent the grain  trade being handed over lo men who  have proven Iherfisolvpa utterly unworthy of confidence.  ^-3*v?<r*  jmjt\^  N*  kN5S5ST  ������vV J-  XT'  ���������> Tfr'vr'W* ���������xe,mj*t^ra*.\**  M  t^tatMt.-- ,<"**��������� t-���������%*-*W** -T-r.'vr-%T������ ���������*���������!���������?****������������������ *  Esmwrnm  a  s  te  ������*������*���������  i������*:'  ���������*,WJW���������;.:.J.V*-'  It  THE BUGABOO OP BAKE DAY  MAKES LIFE DREARY IN MANY A HOME  -%a  The groat bulk of home baking ia no longer necessary. "Let  MOON EY do it/> M06N EY'S BISCU ITS are made  right at your own door and are on your grocer's shelves  aa fresh aa they leavo the oven.  They are the only biscuit which comes to your table fraah  enough tb take tho place of your own home baking.  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  SODA BISCUITS  are sold in air-tight packages���������or scaled tins. If you havt  ���������eves used them you have a delightful treat in stores  MOONEY'S are mado in Winnipeg,  a Western biscuit for'Western people,'  10  SHEEP   EAT   RABBITS  Strength.  "Some scientist tins doctored Mm I  there Is ns much strength in three  ���������HUH lis (hero la In it pound of heef-  ���������touk," anld I lie obierver.  "Well," replied the nctor, "I mot nn  ecu onre Unit would tinvu ellinlnntcd  ilia oluer iwu i-gg* Uum (Out I'lupuse  [ iJi'a."--ljich)ijJ4,'t.  Oi������ Prl������������lpl������.  Ilcrl (nervously)-l henrd pn fell ran  ho wim goln' Ho (log tne on principle nfl>  . ^    ........ .,.     ... I     I   . MM       ,. ' ���������     '  (illlyl llllly-l tliloW ir������ ���������umewlierftiit  tho buck, fit-rt. 'i'liu limt tlmt he'  flogged me ou prlnilple I bnd to ������lt  ���������Idwwayi for more'ii ��������� torit)lirht.--i.ou.  doiiTU-UIU.  One of the Most Remarkable Changes  V    of Diet on Record  Ono of the most remarkable  changes of aiet on record was that of  the kea, or mountain parrot of New  Zealand. Originally a vegetarian, it  suddenly took to killing sheep and  lambs, devouring certain tit-bits to  which it had taken a liking and leaving the rest of the carcase untouched.  Owing to these ravages the flock-owners and the Government have been  waging a war of extermination  against the keas that are interfering  with the human liking for fleshy food.  Even the sheep at the Antipodes  have "developed the carnlverous habit," as a Melbourne paper puts it.  Theyhave"takeirto'atfa"cking'"and"eat-"  lng each other as well as rabbit's,  whicli are still very numerous in Australia in spite ot the prodigious  quantities o������ them that are every year  trapped, tinned' and exported. So  fa;t the phenomenon of the carnlverous sheep has not been noticed outside tha southern district of New  South Wales, but the news will doubt-  lelss soon spread- Ono paper thinks  It posslblo that Australia may evolve  a "wild man-eating meriTTo" that will  provide good sport for big-garao hunt-  era.  PR!������E   ATTRACTING     WORLD  Mlnard'i Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  ������������������������>������������������!��������������� imamma****mmmammamat  Routing Ennui  llllfflilns and hln wife livo In ono of  those fnsliloniihle, childless nnnrlnient  honaes.     Tlie vluUIns'frlond up; ak'-i.  Hay, whnt became or that prowv  hull terrier you iimed lo havo aroint |  lo kfit'D Mrs. ���������Hllffkliu company during llio dny? '  The mniiHKeriieiit wouldn't stand  I'or It. ho we riivo hliu nwny. Wo vtjii-  lured a 'canary, bill (hey kicked ������,i   >��������� i-t>   ���������--��������� .>���������'...( ������������������'������������������..<���������-..(, i,k  Mr������. nilffklim n:\ld thoy reminded  i.i Hwlmmliut HiinkcH,  How did-you llnally auree  ���������I- i  Many Sea Devils  Theso animals are quite numerous  along the coast 150 to 200 miles  south of here. They are adapted to  both salt and -fresh water. A strange  feature of their appearance lu the  waters along tho coast is that thoy  are usually accompariled by a school  of sea devils, great sea monsters frequently weighing as'-much as 4.500  poundB each. One of them when harpooned hns been known to drag twenty boats, hitched tandem, each carry-  Ins two niorfT"'  Such an experlenco camo two or  three years ago ut Aransas Pass to a  party of fishermen among, whom  wero Jolui W- ltobblns- then state  treasurer; W. G, Sterrott, present  Hlato game, AbIi and oyster commls-  sinner, and J. W. Maxwell, of Austin,  a noted bit}-gamo hunter and fisherman. They wero fishing Just off tho  littlo'town of Tarpon when a sea  devil of extraordinary slzo camo to  the Hiirfnco nenr ono of tho boatH,  A boatman sank a harpoon doop Into  Its body, the harpoon hoing secured  to tho boat hy n lino, Tho sen dovll  made off at lltrhtnlng speed. As tho  boat lo which iI. wiih ul Inched puss-ed  tho boats ouch threw ix line, and twenty boutrt carrying -10 men woro towed  by the giant iintina]. They had stuck  to It for six hours, whon It headed out  toward the ocean. Then the men  ruined tho Hlgmil of distress and a  llfo-Hiivhig crew on Harbor Island rowed out and shot tho monster.  Farmers Everywhere Preparing to  Compete for the Valuable Premiums at Exposition  'The interest In' the grand sweepstake prizes in the several grain  classes of the International Dry-  Farmed Products Expositiofiy-'to be  held at Lethbridgo, Alberta, uext October, has Increased and ihe number  of premiums have likewise multiplied.  The llumley tractor Btands as the  premier premium offered for the best  bushel of hard wheat grown under  dry-farming conditions, or where the  annual, precipitation is less than 20  inches, aud where the land or any  part of the farm has not. been irrigated during the season. -This pre-  _mUim_has-attracted -a-greaf-dea.1- of  attention, aud many farmers aro anxious to possess it. *  Whilo there is no other prize offered of value equal to the tractor,  still it is a noteworthy fact that three  of the.other valuable prizes aro donated by the International Harvester  Co., or through ita agencies, and  these, too, are attracting a great deal  of attention.. -The, Oliver . Chilled  Plow Works donated a- $500 gang 4-  furrow plow,' wflh either stubble or  breltker bases, to be delivered free  to tho winner'from the nearest agency  of the International Harvester ('o. of  America, for the best. bKshel'of oats  grown in Canada in 1912 tinder dry-  farming methods. FOr tho best sheaf  of onts grown anywhere in iho world  under dry-farming methods (he International Harvester. Co. donates aMc-  Cornilok grain binder, nud for tho  be3t peck of flnx nn International  currugated 22-wheel packer,  Take Good Care  Of The Colts  ��������� It's cheaper to raise colli than t������  btiy horses. But It's costly If you lose.  the colts. Keep a bottlo of Kendall's  Spavin Cure handy. For thirty-Av*  years has proved it tha safo, reliabla  remedy for spavin, Bplint, curb, ring-  bono, bony growths and lameness  from other causes. i  7ort WWim 0������t  Dec 19th. 15U.  "I h������ri cured .-a.  Bpuvln with -your  BjMKln Cure, uni im  now trying It on in-  other with good r*>  ���������iilU. I im fclglily  pl������i������nd with your  uadlclnt."  ���������  V. WINTRRS.  ������l������lwt.U������-<tror������J.  fXulc dm���������Ut for fre������-  copy of "A ���������Tr������������Ui(������  dn tha lion." of  wrlU  Dr. B. J. Kendall Compsoy    7a  Ea4Ml>ur������ Fall*. Vermont. .U.S. A*  !   Corns and warts   dlnappear ,  treated with Hblloway's ��������� Corn  without leaving a scar. : -  when  Cure  Shakespeare Exhibition  At the Shakespearo exhibition at  Earl's Court thero Is a golden hook  guarded by an attendant In brown  Elizabethan habit. Herein moro or  less dlBtlnguished visitors to "Shake*  spearo's England" aro Invited to in-  Bcrlbo their autographs, nnd many in-  terentlng people from all parts of tho  world have already done so, The  other day Mr. Winston Churchill was  prevailed upon to wrlto IiIh name In  thia book, which has as tho first name  In It that of Queen Alexandra, followed Immediately by the" autograph  ot her slater, tho Empress Mario of  Russia, On tho first page also,  among othor autographs, are Ihoso of  Princess Victoria, Princo Arthur of  Connaught, Lord Howo and Lady HI-  pon.  She Saw Her Finish  A widower holonglng to a country  vlllago lately led to tho altar a fourth,  bride.    After the honeymoon the happy couple settled down In hlBihome,  and, aa tho surrounding country was  now to the lady, she was anxious.'to  visit all tho places of Interest In ths  locality.    Among tho   spots   visited ���������  wiis the village churchyard, and there'  the husband,and wife paused before s  very elaborate tombstone, the proper*  ty of the bridegroom.    The bride, be- '  Ing a littlo short-sighted, asked, him-  to read tho Inscription.     In   solemn'  tones ho road:  Sacred to tho memory of Ann, beloved vlfe ot John���������; also Jano, beloved wife of John���������; also Mary,'beloved wife of John-  He stopped abruptly.  What are the wordB beneath? innocently aBked tho lady, and her 'horror  can bo Imagined when he read;���������  Bo yo also ready.  III!  ri  '  i\.\\\     Htm in'*     Illlll     |)0  so.ne of Ills stunts,���������St. Louis Republic.  Appendicitis Causes  Tho ouoHtlon has again boon raised  in moillci.l JoiiiiiiilH ns to whethor tho  tiicruiisu in llio frequency of appendicitis In reconl years miry,not lie duo  to minute particles of Iron Thn old  millstones that lU'ound so slowly nnd  ground small euough lu the old days  havo passed away, i.nd It Is suspected  Ilinl those particles of Iron como from  the rollers now used In grinding  whom, Homo medical authorities  suggi'st    that Mhmo   pHrtlcles    find  H������ol������.   vnv   Inln   tl������r������   n-������nf������ndtv   wltofr.  they form the nucleus of a cnnr.ro-  lioii. t uhi'h are ciuut wlteie bullets  nml shot havo lmen met with, having  come n������ a kjud of Htirgl(*al dessert to  I���������V^  m,   Iu',,  i���������     n,   ,'' '   "ne.?f   '������������������������������ "at"'K ������f ������ama; nlso bunches nf  ,",.'������,   1        tt '"(!"'     ,l"   iTlslles from a too vigorous u������������ of  Ute  .im  It  inn  be.    ;say, ( h.ni, g^|,hft   tonlbhrimh-tmllnMawdla   V.M.-a  Yes, confoHBfld Mr. Dorklns. ,U  servos ma right. I engaged the man  to movo our goods and I forgot "to  ask lilm how much ho was going to  charge mo for the Job. If ovor I do  such n thing ngnln, Marin, you can  have my head for a football.  It, would bo a good deal mor* profitable, John, said Mrs. Dorklns, to  cut It up Into billiard balls.���������Chicago  Tribune.  A Bit Superstitious  My poor wlfot Hurled on a Friday,  loo!     I hope It won't bring mn bad  luck!-Pole Mole.  Chief Justice Story attended a public dinner at Boston at which Edward  Everett wns present, Desiring to pny  a dellcato compliment, to tho -lattor,  tbo learned Judge proposed, as a vol-  untoer toast:  Fame follows merit wher Everett  goes,  Ths brilliant scholar roso and responded: To whatovor heights Judln-  lul teaming row attain in this country, It will novor get above ono siory.  The applause which followed lasted  totytwonty minutes.  mm   i im .in i    i i m  'Madge���������I-thought you liked Charlie  bettor than Jack. *    *  Mnrjorlo���������But Jack has proposed.  \ , *mm   Ths Patient's Retort  Doctor���������Woll, I hopo you profited by  my ndvico? ���������   '.  Patlcnt-r-Von, doctor; but   uot   s-j  much as you did.  by  On* Way ts Uak al It  "A man always t'l* op mlor  tnldnf his wUo'i Bdvlce."  "Ves,"    answered    Mr,    MecUlort  j "Whoa lhlrii*������  lurii eut  t>������dly  tber*  tsu'l so much said"  J,    .W. N, ������J. 909  A busyboay ts*aisroyt nimero(������nt-  UUa  Recently a inirnher of t'lilneso ohlb  dren have been found In Iho a!rods  of Paris and taKen before 11m ntagls-  x:-ax.'-.\ ,x.\ \.\n.i\;uut\n.. Tli'-Ho r.'.iUilreu  were lirought to Franco hy showmen  i.i perfoipi n-j acrobat,i. After a f,;v;  monlht lliofrpf-rtorintuicei, liavhig font  lheir novelty nnd teased tu attract,  the jiiMuig-vi* abar������doni-d ihem. 1'lu-y  hdv<> belli taken to the ('hint?-*.. I.r������.  Ration to b������ aent home. But ihey  ���������lii������"������ ivjHt !,-# an honti'. The b.������au-  fffnf ritv of P.irlt I.i moro to t!i������itr  liking.  A Solt Snap  The lioy���������Iftilly g������o! When I grow  tip I'm going an or a political Job.  Th������ Man���������What for?  Tlm Roy���������So's I can go to the ball  pini'M every aff������ninoil  Much AfU'o  Uon't ������.iy you ain't done  -An' v.hy not?  -Hec.'iiiM.i  thu  isn't  gooa  #  ���������Frtitli, I m giiml to hf ar it.  lur.vei'X u;i>itu'V  *iu> L���������  f'OSllli.Ul-  tiothln.'  MiidlKan-  Co������llg.tti-  EngllHh.  .Mj.ifK.lll  fu* by tint  i Catholic attiiidaid and '������'lines.  vww% mnm ��������� ������ *ma*m mm *���������*.  <sIbW-  This Is the reason why women hava "nerves." When ibouthts be/(in to iron  eloudy and unoerulo, impulses ls| and tha wsrnlngi of pain and distress are sent  like flying m*sssa>a throughout limbs and (rams, str*i<htwsy, nine times in ten,' s  woman will lay tha, cause of the trouble to some defeot st tha point whar* she first  felt It. Is It a hsadaolia, a baokaehe, a ������������������nation ol irritability or twitohintf end  m,.^jt.,im.,.(i.a iit������vu������Mitj������fc, tometmni must ba wron| with the head or beck, a  woman naturally ssya, but all ths time ths real trouble vary often eentera in tha  womanly orient. In nine oases out oi ten the seat ol tbe difficulty Is here, and a  women should take rational treatment for its cure, Tha loeal disorder and inflammation or tha delieats speoial organs vi tha sei should bs treated steeUily and  systematically. .  Dr. Pierce, during a long period of praetioe, found'that a prescription m������oa  Irtim merfiehtnl mtraota ol native roots.without the vise ol tjcohol, relieved over '������0  per cent, of suoh oases. After using this remedy for many years in his private practice he put It up in form of Dr. PlOrce'i P������vorlf* PrMcrlptfon, that would mnke il  easily procurable, and it *������������������> *** ���������>.. .������ .-- store where medieinw ere handled.  Mna. Xttt.k B. IlAwitiNn, of 7������*ti������, Vs., writes: " 1 hsd tvM������n unmir fn health  tor two ynarS'-miMt of thn tlmn waa not able to attend fo my hoitsnhnht dtitl*-*.  I-'Atnaln wnaWnma wa* my troubh and I was getting v������ry bad but, thank* U> Dor tor  Ylnri'M'* m������dldnes, I am wnll and strong saslu, I toolt only ttir'** !������������tiU������i of' Ks-vor-  tl* Pf**^T1pt^w������,, *r������d ms*A Ifm * IMIori TableU* I hav* inulii'ig but pralss fer  lK>cU>r Pierce's wondwrful iftNllefnM."  1 AHil OR. riORCfi'S rLBASANT rm.l.UTS POU UV8ft 11X8. k^U&A&W^sisl&is:  a^Kt>,wta������i-vftaatoftTrw,ff asanas  rer.mV^iSfriimiMgijBKaaaa  ...SifJW,;ySS������acL.-!aJJ-gl..^ ��������� , m.*ff*~ |y.^������--f,Vv-f.|..-,,7 ���������,p,..yyfa^r?fmf;rimm&2r :  a^sKgJtt^ftSKJgaa^fe^Vt"-'  Tip NEWS. CUMBERLAND, B. C.  f*  JVIilady's  JMirrpr  1 4-  l ..  It -  Puffy Flesh Under Eyes.  After a period of Illness eomctiwes  tbe flesh will recede nbout tb,o eyea.  This leaves the skin loose and shriveled iu appearance, ��������� For treatment  warm almond oil Ib excellent. Dip  ���������mall soft cloths ln the oil and.as often sb convenient.- during the dny und  fffhen retiring at night luy them on the  loose skin,  Tho skin about the eyes of a person  ���������jrbo Is recovering from lllueas la too  ielleete to be mossnged. Tbe Email  Veins and capillaries are very weak,  ������x> it behooves ono to be extremely  rareful In this treatment. Foods which  aro easily 'digested, wholesome and  strengthening ure preferable to duluty  or fancy dishes, and- resting the oyes  is often as possible la recommended.  Lack of sufficient 6leop uud-Internal  aVrnngemcnt nro "responsible for the  rolls of loose flesh under the eyes. If  fou hopo for n euro then see to It that  Internally the systeiuts In an nearly  perfect condition as possible. Wheu  you are sure of this then you cnn  start outward treatment. First be  sure you are baring .sufficient sleep.  From seven to eight hours each night  Is none too much, aud the best hours  sre from 10 p.- m. to 0 a. m. 'The loose  fesb and nil about the eyes externally  may bo gently massaged with equal  parts of rosewater.and glycerin. If  there Is nny smarting sensation reduce  the,amount of glycerin to one-third,  with two-thirds of rosewater. Once or  twice a week tiny Ice bags mny be allowed to lie for fifteen mluutes ou tbo  puffy flesh, nnd occasionally bathing  the parts in cold wuter will also prove  lienetlciuj.  Sun Bath For ths Hair.  The crisp fresh air, tbo bright light  i.Bnd the sunshine of this season of the  year are all good for tbe balr: .it Is the  hot summer sun that is injurious to.  both skin nnd scalp. Just now and  for months to come n dally enn bath  would be a life giving treutment for  tbe scalp ns well us It would be for tbe  whale body.  If you hare n room Into which tbe  sun shines bright ly make It your sun  parlor for at least an hour during c'acb  day.- Take all the pins out. of your  ��������� hair, shake It free and loose every  _Biiornlng or any time"through the, duy  siid sit In tho-stin. ThliTwlirb~e7more"  beneficial to the'scalp thun quarts ot  tonic.  . T-e get good results from a sun both  all plus must be removed from the  balr. If tbey nre not." the sculp, which  needs the tonkV\w4H-beuutouched and  only tbe balr on top or outside will  receive lhe balh.  Tbe scalp, although seemingly, tender, never burns even In the holt est  summer days. . Tbe girl who litis exposed her hend much during micb  weather when pluylng tennis, etc., will  remember that near the head Ilie color  .cf ihe balr Is -'unchanged,' However  much the remainder may bo streaked.  This Is because tho sculp oils protect  the hnlr. '".'���������'  Therefore when taking u sun treatment the hair should he loosened,'the  'tresses should be parted and.occasion-  illy' tossed,nbout Kit 1ri a comfortable  chair during the. process, nnd, the bath  will bo found restful to the nerves us  well as the bead,  THE   HORSEMAN. |  |; During the Inst ten years with  tho growth In the use of the automobile' the price of horses bus  ��������� ��������� increased 73 per cent.  J Nothing will use a horse up  more  quickly  than  to  be  fed  $ right aloug on musty liny. Grain  of nny klud that is partly moldy  % will have the same effect  "No foot, no horse."   It won't  I. take long for an ignoruut sboer  ;; to ruin the best foot.  ��������� Don't let u bungler shoe your  horses. (Jo to tho Intelligent  sboer  who knows  bow if you  f_ huvo to drive ten miles or more.  A stumbling hnblt mny be  ��������� cnused by poor shoeing or tt may  bo cHii.Vjd by Jgnornnt or careless hitching. Too tight checking is often the cause. Sometimes a harsh bit with a tight  check rein will destroy the bal-  3* nnce, aud tbe horse ia liable to  * fall.  '' A blockish built mare with a  large barrel on short legs is like-  T. ly, to produce n better foal than  ;; the tall, leggy kind.  *������H-H-+-W--l-H-W-W-H-:-H-W-H  H-*  SHEEP MANAGEMENT.  Mistakes In Handling ths Flock That1  Tend to Cut Profits.  In the management of a flock ot  sheep there nre several mistakes usually mado, nmong which mny be,mentioned, Brat, the temptation to turn  theuKout too early In the spring with  the thought of snvlug feed, snys ty\ II.  Underwood. If they nre turued on  the regular pasture they will get, the  start of It and fall to obtain lhe sustenance they should from It tbe rest  of the season, whereas If it hud been  allowed to get n sufficient slnrt It  would served them much better later  In the season.  If the pasture Is a field to be plowed I feel quite' sure the extra vegetable matter thnt would be turned un-.  der if left, rather than to have It pns-.  lured off. Is worth much more to the  land than to the sheep, ln any event,  this soft, watery grass, while relished  by the sheep, hns little nourishment in  It. It fills, but docs not feed. The ani  tnnls,will get to scouring tiffo* lose llesh.  while It will tnke more and better feed  to put them back In good condition.  -  Another mistake Is to shear tho  sheep, as the custom was, ln June. Liy  all means shear before they go'to pasture. If tbey are put on grass wllh the  wool on, tbe looseness of tbe bowels,  ilwnys following a change from dry to  green feed, will soli much of their  "wool~about~the-hlndcr-purtsr-whlch-ls-  a loss, fpr It will cost as much to wash  It out ns It will bring. >  The old talk about the gain, from accumulation of oil In warm weather ts  aonsiense,   If the weather is at nil wet  THE COUNTERSIGN. -  Ns One but Mr, Hennessy Wiil Draw  Her Deposit.  Affairs of banks aro puzzles to the  many if not tu the grent majority, for  to know the workings of a bank you  must either own one, work ln oue or  bare the bundle tbat will give you the  professional look-in.  Smull wonder then tbat Mrs. Mary  Hennessy, relict of Malachy Hennes-  sy, wus uppnlled when she found that  there was any formullty about hnving  her money accepted. She wus udvlsed  to go to one of tbe greater institutions  of tbo city. There she repaired, ready  to give tho cashier man $3,000, which,  she supposed, be would guard llko a  tlnanclal copper on the beat  Tbe bunking official inquired some-  thing about Mra. Hennessy's affairs  uud theu asked for her signature..  "What for?" said tbo caller.  "lu case you want to draw nny  money out'"  "1 don't want to draw nny tuonejr  out I'm giving It to ye to keep. Isn't  this u safe plnco to leavo it?"  "Certainly, nuidtim, but you may  chitngo your mind about leaving It  here."  "Me mind is mado up.".  This wus partly ou the level and  partly a stall, as Mrs. Hennessy could'  not write. She admitted tbis fact  ���������grudgingly and became a bit wrathful  thut thero should be so much trouble  over tbo simple matter of transferring  her money from a sock* to.a strong  box.\  - The cashier took a new tack.  "Well, Mrs. Hennessy," he said,  "now" that you have Indicated that you  cannot sign a check nnd that you are  not going to give anybody the power  of attorney (the phrase was Irritating)  we shall have to agree iipou a pass  AYord."  "What's that?"  "Why, somo word or phrase by which  you can Identify yourself ln ense you  want to muke n withdrawal. While I  know you, I might die und somebody  else must know you."  "Ye look healthy, but ye cnn bave  yer own wny. lnterduce me to 6ome  of yer pals."  ."But tbey might die."  "Isn't it tbe sickly crowd that ye  sre?   Are ye up late of nights much?"  It took a long time, but the mystery  of bnnklng wns eventually revealed".  Mrs. Hennessy wns asked to Indlcnto  for wrltteu record , just what she ;  would sny In case she should make a  formal demand.  In the safe beeping of this grent liu.  stltutlon tho'fact Is recorded tbnt If a  person of certain Identity comes up  and says, "Ye onindhou, 1 want me  money," the caller will prove herself  to"be~AIrsTIIennessyr���������ChicagcnPost  AN UNPUBLISHED NOVEL  ���������urnaby's Handwriting Was So Bad It  Could Not Be Read.  It wns stnted at tbo time of Colonel  Burnnby'a death that be bad left behind him the manuscript of h novel for  which there was considerable competition nmong the publishers.  Tbis is quite true. The manuscript,  a bulky pnrccl, wus banded to me  with discretionnry, power either to publish it myself or to use it in connection  wiib the proposed biography.  Hero a singular uud, ns tt finally  proved.'a fatal obstacle presented Itself. Familiar for many years with  Burnnby'B handwriting, I could not  nfter diligent endeavor muke ont mor*  thnn a sentence hero and there on tbe  crowded page of uiuuuscrlpt  Burnaby's writing wns. possibly with  the exception of Dean Stanley's, the  worst I ever saw. It looked ns if before sitting down to write a letter be  had pulled a twig out of the hedge,  mixed a little bracking nud then gone  nhend.  He wrote the wholo of bis "Bide to  Khiva" nnd bis "Bide on Horseback  Through Asia Minor" with his own  hand. But beforo they reached the  printer they were fairly written out by  a copyist ,-  Tho hapless man used to make out  as much as he could, then leave blanks  for filling up which ho hnd to seek tbe  assistance of tho author. Sometimes  there were more blanks In a "page than  words.  Despairing of making anything of  tlie manuscript of tlie novel, it was  submitted to a publisher, who turned  upon It his most skillful declpherlst  Neither head nor tali could be made  of the manuscript and the intention  of publishing tbe novel was consequently nbuiidoned.���������Sir H. W. Lucy  In Cornblll Mugazlne.  CEMETERY OF SUICIDES.  8leep For Looks.  Bleep Is one of the best known preservatives of youth, and every woman  should get ns much of it iih possible.  " A short nap nfter meals Is tin excel,  lent thing. Take It If you have time  to lie down only for fifteen minutes.  On getting up you will feel com  posed nml In rentllhoss for any tiiukn  tbnt may nwnlt you.  Mnny women think, they ennnot nf-  ford to rest for a few moments, yet In  Iho end Ibis rest pays.  Regular hours are tho best of helps  to,keeping one's youth nnd good looks,  /  Make It yonr business to get to bod  at a seasonable hour every night nnd  try to keep this hour the sumo.  Knrly rising will enable you to make  tip fer the hours given to sleep st  night. ,x  If you'nro troubled by sleeplessness  find reus leisurely, brush the hnlr. mas  sngo (he scalp a lift te and tin the iho  fare nn.l eyes In wnrm wnter.  Then stand before nn open window  In n henry dresKlng gown and tube n  few deep hrciiilis.  Lnslly, drink n cup of hot milk nnd  then get Into bed, stretch Ihe body out,  rehu and-think, only of something  pleasant Bleep should not be long in  f om lng.  ��������� I ���������������������������III Ml ���������!������������������ ������������������������������������������ >  Tellet Hinta.  .Farm wnler, pure sonp nnd n com-  ^'it.'.mi, ,.,;'.i;;'.r :.:���������<: vj'.tv.r.V'c ?.'<.���������* ^ r������  dutieg   eulnrtM'd   run-on.    The   hriiMh  should bo used vigorously nud followed  by Ihe application of o good skin food.  For keeping the hands while nnd  soft uso ti  lotion of   rosewiiicr. six  fnint'tat' r-lrcerln  nne-hnlf ounce; tine-  toro of benzoin, one feaspooiiffil; borax, one li'iippooiiful.   Shrike welt and  allow It to stand ten minutes before  ' using.  1 Blmple but tnlimbt*'la a fare bleach  at nour milk. Tbo milk should be np  filled sfur the skin to thoroughly  tlearned and allowed lo remain on nn  i\\ dry. if un"uiipleiuuul udur rciualuu  It will yield fo n mild solution of vinegar and hot water followed by en application of cold rrenin.  While the. .Shropshire sheep Is  tronerully classed oa n mutton producer, If In nvgood general purpose  unlninl. The lirst essential of breeders of tills sheep, linn been lo so-  cure n correct mutton conformation, but os u ucneral rule Uie fleece  from tho nitlnuil has boon or flna  llher mid of fulr weight. It. Is uet-  lliiR lo bo nullo common, says O.  McKerrow, Breeder's Gazelle, to  seo Shropshire llooeea at the leading shows Hint would comparo favorably In crimp and liber wllh the  flno wool typcB. The - (Shropshire  hIiowii la n uood typo of llio breed.  Impracticability.  This thing of doing ln Rome ns the  nomnns do Is not nlwnys the best plnn.  If you don't believe It Miss .Intie Ad-  dams, the famous sociological worker  of. Chicago, will tell you a story to  prove It  Miss Addams knew a wealthy woman who delighted In doing works of  charity, such as "sending rnlsslounrles  to foreign fields, nnd on one occasion  6he put up the money to send a missionary to tho Caroline islands. Soon  nfter his arrival on tbo scene of bis  activities tbe religious man sent bis  benefactress n photograph of himself  and his wife.  Whereupon the rich womnu -wrote  vfho man of God a letter, suggesting  that his wife, In order to win tho confidence of the natives, should throw  awny her fine clothes and-wear'tho  costume of tho. Islands? Two months  inter she received this answer:  "Inclosed Is the complete costume  worn by nntlve women, My wife  nwnlts further Word from you before  adopting It"  The nntlve dress consisted of a piece  of woven straw two Inches wide nnd  eight inches long.-PopiilnrMngiiBliio.  the rains will wnsh out more oil Ihnn  win ucYumuliite twice over, to say  nothing about Ihe discomfort of thu  sheep wllh lis heavy, fleece in Ibe hot  dnys.  A third mistake Is to leave the young  nuns uncastriiled and lambs wllh their  falls ou. In removing tbo tail place ll  on a hardwood block, shore Die skin  toward tbe rump'und sever It with u  aburp two Inch chisel. The skin will  cover Uie bone, nml It... will'heal quickly. If n kulfo Is lined with ii drawing  cut the bono will protrude making nn  ugly wound. In nil these operations It  Ih very Iniportnnl Hint the kulfo or  chisel he clean. By this I mean disinfected by dipping In ciii'liollo ndd, corrosive snbllmiile or, whnt I linrii used  for years, shrepiillp. A too! used for  till sorts of tliingM, loaded up with  germ*. In resiuiiiHlble for more bnd  "luck" following Mich operations thnn  unskilled operators nil put loyclher,  ruiThcnnoi'e, every farmer should  leurii fn bin youth to perform nil mirli  operation*.   To see n mnn brought un  ' . I '.-     ., ���������     -    I ..     C ...I    ���������f,ni,  OM  it   i.ll���������t  ,1,.,,.,nm ,,,mn,a.   .w   t.nu   .\,i..i!  imc lo cnv.lrale'hl^ Inrrdw or \x\\**, or to  tnp nn nnlimil In ense of bhtnt. as well  ns lo dress IiIh sheep, bogs and beeves,  Indicate*, to my mlud. one who Is not  'thoroughly posted In Ills business.  " ' - Not So Important,  "Oh, pnpn,". she said, with a blush,  "young Air.-Chestnut, who owns so  ninny mines In the Midlands,-la, com  tng ngnln this evening, und ho says  he wants to seo yon ou Important  business."  "All right, my dear," responded the  eld man, chucking her playfully under  tho chin. "1 know what the young  mnn wants."  Tbnt evening Mr. Chestnut en me to  (he point nt once. '  "Mr. Hendricks," he snld boldly, "1  wnnt to nsk you If you hnve laid In a  stock of conlV���������Loudon Ideas.  ; \ ���������  Accordion ts tha Desk.  The Dreary Plot In Which Monte Carlo  Buries)Ita Victims.  Matilda Betbom-Edwards In her book  "In tbo Henrt of the Vosges" advises  nil visitors to Monte Cnrlo to go to the  Eulcides' cemetery before those other  places for which Monte Carlo is famous.. Sho describes tho small luclo-  sure, walled In and hnving a gate of  open ironwork, always locked.  "Here, in close proximity to garden  rubbish," she says, "broken bottles  ond other refuse rest the suicides ot  Monte Curio, burled by the parish  grnvedlgger,1 without funeral nnd with,  out any kind of religious ceremony.  Rach grave is marked by an upright bit of wood, somewhat Inrger  than that hy which gardeners mark  tbeirseed������.-arid-oD-whicb-ls-paiuted-a  number, nothing more. Apart from  these nre stakes driven Into the ground  which mark ns yet" unappropriated  spots. Tbe Indescribable dreariness of  tbe scene is heightened by two, monumental stones garlanded wltb wreaths  nnd surrounded by flowers. The first  records the memory of a'youug artisan nnd wus rnlsed by his fellow  workmen; tho second commemorntes  brotherly nnd sisterly affection. Both  suicides were driven to self murder by  piny.  "Tbe remainder nre mere numbers.  There are poor gamesters as well as  rich, hnd it Is only or chiefly the poor  one������ who nre put into iho ground here.  Tbe bodies of rich folks' relntlves, if  Identified, -are Immediately' removed.  Many suicidesjjro burled at Nlco and  Mentone, but the larger proportion fur  ther off still." *.  Paris Postage 8'tamp Exchange.  "A'curb market In Purls"..was. written on a picture postcard received  from thot city by a Wnll street broker.  It showed an open Bpuce thronged with  men, women and boys, many of whom  hold books and portfolios. A letter by  the same mall explained that this wai>  tbo "postago stamp exebuuge," where  dealers end collectors assembled once  every month "to do business and to  rcgulnto prices." "Here ono may find  schoolboys, grent lawyers, society wo  men. shrewd traders, writers, mer-  cbnnts nnd moo of nil professions ex  chnuglng. buying nnd showing stumps,  and. although there Is no organization,  nil seem to follow unwritten Inws, nnd  tho gathering is as Interesting to look  upon us that stock inurkct In your city  which has no roof over Its Iiend,"-  Xew, York Trjbune. ,  Hindu Weddings and Burials.  Thu expenses of a Hindu wedding  eoiiio upon tbe bride's father, and ihey  nre no grent flint n fnuilly sometimes Is  ruined or Impoverished for mnny years  by Iho nmrrlngo of a daughter, The  next most costly affair to llio Hindu  Is tho burial services, Hhould tho  bend of (ho fninily escape bankruptcy  when tils daughter Is mnrrled ths eld  est son is almost suro lo be ruined  wheu he buries bis father.  Bsfsctlnrj Breeding Swine.  Tn selecting breeding swine niton  tion must ho given lo size, quality,  strength of bono, evenness of fleshing  ! nnd the use of more mature bonrs nud  j so(ws.   All pigs Intended for breeding  ' purposes should, be stkclvd from welt  'developed, mniure sows.   If lhe tdres  ' nre mature nnluisla, hn iuucU the let-  ! ter.   Theno pigs should be fed on rn-  1 tions rah ulnted fo produce bens sod  I muscle, uot fat ������Um#  nusbnud-Whnl n peculiar dlsht  Wife-1 did (bo cooling myself, sad  In turning the leaves of the cookbook l  (timed (wo ut a lime, and I cooked the  beiTlugs la ii|ifiie jeiiy. Mux you ouui  mind, do you/-8ntlie.  Took No Risks,  I.ndy-Uncmployedl Hut do you ever  ! try to get work V  j -frmfcr-Vtis, lldy. I very nonr get s  job yesterdf.iy, but n feeiln' caine ow  1 tno Hint p'r'nps me 'nrt wero wenk,  'sridA.iv n wife nnd fnmbly d^pendenl  on n mnn n pore bloke can't nfford to  ��������� take uo rlaf.al~l.xtti/tiQx.fa Weekly,  Bound te Plaass Hsr.  "I've tried ror ten ycurs to plcnse my  wife," snld the mnrrled mnn, "nnd IWe  never yet succeeded."  *U.,tmm.,ltJ,Ll       if- ii.'lf    ���������������������������-    ���������'��������� I      -1  "Vo. I don't think it ts," snld the  mnrrled mnn. "Pm going to shoot iny-  ielf."-Batlrs.  Sura It Was 8afe. ,,  "Von any that tour airship Is abso  lutely   safe,"   snld   llio   Investigator.  "Now, how can you moke that statement V"  "Ws haven't been able to get It to  leave lbs ground," replied ths jn  vculor.-l'lnrlniintl Rniulror.  Defined,  "I any, wtint's; call ni^tipyT  "I guest It's the kind you pny tele  fvhoes bills ������rlth."-lUsltltuors American,  Red Snow.  Red snow Is often seen ln spring at  the bead of Alpine glaciers. Scientist!  used to believe thut the hue was due U  the presence of Innumerable tiny red  dish Insects, but It is now known to bt  caused by a microscopical plant which  Is pink whuu growing and u deep crlni-  sou when iu u stale of maturity.  Overoating,  Don't lire to eat,  but ent to live  Many of our Ills are due to overeating  to eating the wrong things uud to irreg  ular euting. ;  Stars In Hercules.  Even at this distance tho astronomers cnn count 1-1,000 stars in the fa.  mous cluster of Hercules. The advenl  of our sun with Its little retinue ot  planets into that bunch ofY blazing  lumluarics would scarcely amount lo a  local disturbance.  Persian Lamb Skins.  The trade In Persian lamb or astrakhan skins centers in Turkestan, und  the truders of that coutitry havo tht  entire monopoly or it. They pasture  the ewe 'lambs in Immense flocks, uud  It has been found useless io try to uc  custom these animals to auy consider  nble change of climate. If tbey survive elsewhero the sklu undergoes degeneration, und the fur consequently  becomes less valuable.  Horses In Russia.  AH horse breeding iu HussJa is undei  military supervision.,.  Pullman Conductors.  Pullman service rules require that a  conductor shall'he at least five feet six  inches tall and at least tweuty-flvt  years old. Other requirements nre thai  he shall havo been employed at least  five years, with satisfactory recom.  mendnHnn? from a former employer.  Soap and Sugar.  About half a Jicnspoonful of ordinary  moist sugar rubbed into the hands wltb  a soapy  lather will  clean tbem .aud  leave them beautiful and smoolh.  The Equinox.  'The'word equinox refers to the fact  that if the sun crosses the equator  when it Is exactly east at sunrise und  due west at suuset the hours of sunlight are equal to those without it  The path of the sun Is called tbe ecliptic, and it crosses the equator twics  a day.  Bric-a-brac.  In arranging bric-a-brhc it should be  borne in mind that a few pieces will  give more character to a room than a  Jumble will. A few pictures are belter than crowded walls.  ; w  Buttercups.  Buttercups got their mimes because  the people who named them didni  ku'ow auy better. They thought tbat  the cows ate the buttercups und that  wus what made the butter yellow in  tbe spring time. It was a pretty idea,  and the only fault to find with it la  that cowb never eat buttercups when  they can possibly help it. And If you  bite one you'll see why. Cows don't  like the taste of tbem any more than  you do.  Asiatio Russia.  Asiatic Russia's 188 rivers bave a  tot ti 1 uavlgable length of 73/158 miles,  while tho domain contains four lakes  that can be navigated tor 707 miles.  Colored Rain,,  Red rains aro very rare,' but ln volcanic regions gray rain la comparatively common.' Sicily hns had many showers of this shade. Thoy are caused  by the upper atmosphere being full of  ush colored volcanic dust from Etna.  This dust is InllnitcRlroiilly flno, and  colors the rnln as it falls.  Birds en Strike.  The female members of tbo bird  trlbo Bomcllmcn desert their nests,  leaving their eggs to become unbntoh-  ablo, nnd drlvo away (ho males.,, Whllo  tho initio birds nre very concerned on  these occasions, they seem to hnve no  remedy, tin tho mulo birds will not  nttuck the females.  Mulss In Cuba..  In  Cubnn  cities  henry   hauling Is  done nlmost exclusively by mules.  Milk In Turkey.  Although Turkey Is preeminently nn  agricultural and pastoral country, It  litis but few milk cows, nnd there Is  very littlo In (ho way of dnlry Industry, Milk Is sold nt nit her high  rules, In not always clean and lo very  often adulterated.  Humor and  Philosophy  *V OVJVCAA M. SNITtt  UNDESIRABLE.  VE8, Steeple Jack can liava hie Jobj  "7    I don't for his position sob  Or nfter It one moment chase,  ThoiiKii It In an exalted place.  And no one cornea to bother lilm  Or tell hlui luiw the tllea lo trim.  Let bim wnvo Ki'utly to und fro;  I'I stay down\on tlio street below.  I'd rather lay a street with brick,  I'd rather thorny apples pick,  I'd ralhor ncnnty wukcs draw  In tciu'hlnjr mules to sea und haw,  I'd wilier carry heavy baes,  Much rather would 1 sort old rags,  I'd inllier blow up auto tires  Thnn ourn my living jmliUtiiff spires.  I know It's work that must be done,  Hut I'm the little niodetit one  Who'd bee them ruin and decay  And In the wenthce fade awny  Before I'd risk my limbs unit neck  To be the Utile humttn speck  Who climbs nloft without complaint  And puts on Neverul couta of paint  I'd rather ride a blllygont.  I'd rather fcrush a trnvelcr'a coat,    .  I'd rather ko and fiell blua sky  Than decorate It there- on high.  I'd rather peddle peanut ehticka,  I'd rather load a pair of trucks  Thun try my living thus to KUln.  I think I've mrnlo thnt pretty t.<la!s>  Distressingly Healthy.  Slf\mf?~\-i r*lv  "Johnny, are you having a good time  this spring?".  "I should sny not."  "What is tho matter?"  "I have bnd tbe measles, the rauinps.  tho whooping cough nnd everything.  There ain't nothing left for me to have  so I can Blay out of school:"  Isn't It Strange��������� ;.  Thnt r two faced ruun in not a two  headed" wonder? ���������)  Tbat a long boy should long for long  trousers long before his mother sees " )  their .need? . '  ���������Tbut-we-scldom-plne-for-plneiipples��������� , i  In a pine forest? 1>  That a short circuit on a wire creates moro commotion than a short circuit on a theatrical route?  That a mnn with one eye cnn see $2  as easily as a man with two eyes cau  see one?  Thnt boys begin to like dolls Just at  the ago when girls aro putting them  nway?  No Need to Worry.  "Why don't you look yourself over  and see whnt Improvement you nee J  to mnke ln yourself?" ���������  "Don't hnve to," ^.  "Ilo! Thluk you nro fanltleu������ do  you 7"  "Oh, no; fnr from it."  ."Then"why don't you?"  "My friends attend to thnt for me."  /  8ura Thing.  "Sny!"  "yes."  "it's easy enough to tell the other  fellow to smile."  "Why?"  "Because yon never do It except  when you uro on velvet yourself."  Most of Them Do.  "ITe hns a collego education."  "Whnt Is be going to do with ItV"  "Forget It."        __  A Chanrja For Poata.  To reRlster u rrceinun'ii will  Once bullotu fell, a snowy drift,  liul Hlnco machines urn on tha bill  '    And levers nlva a different thrill  Tbo iuelaphor we'll buvu to shift  Rabbit Cslonlaa,  In the rabbit colonics It usually falls  to the shtwo of tbe stronger rnbblts  (o do most of tlio bmdest digging  nnd burrowing. About once In two  years thry come out on strike und decline to make tbo pnssnges which connect ull tho burrows In a big wurren,  Mexican Oyitire.  r������ff,t<>fn ^ttniiivt utrtwf* tlm *nt!r������ oamt-  am oonat of Mexico: nlso on the western. They nro small, but of voud  flavor,  ������������������ I ���������ii.ii.iiiiii  im i*mmm*mmm-mmm**  A Man'a Food.  The average man takes five nud one-  tiiiit   pouiivin  tn'   tuud  um",  U>!,.'������.  v..^i.  duy, which amounts to nearly one tou  of solid nnd liquid nourishment nn-  nna Ily. A mnn breathes eighteen times  In n minute, or from ar>0 to <no cubic  feet of tilr every dny of his existence.  Manhattan Iiland.  Having nn nvernge of OO.OOo re������l-  1 dents to tbe ki|ii:u'o  inHe,  Mnnbiillntl  ' Istnnd la tbe most deusely populated  , place In the world.  PERT PARAGRAPHS.  The reason why some women are  light enters Is not from luck of oppe-  fife, hut becauso ihey enn't stop Miking long enough,  There's a lot of difference between  au ensy linr und u good one,  1 U Is ennler to pny the fiddler thnn  the doctor und sometimes Jimt ns beneficial.  Home rule Is the thing tbnt the n������.  erngo American youngster tKii't much  Interested In. -  mmt  Well meaning people often Mnrlle us  liy their brilliant Inellleleiiey.  T Iff* would be certainly worth while  If wo could havn ull tbo cotufortn nf  olvllUutlou together wuh nu ((m t������ho  of burhurlsin.  Tho trouble Is flint when we bury tho  hatchet we nro Incllneil to bury It In  till UCCi-f.Mllll! *i\'U% ������Xti, Um������������.  i>\,<  vlast,  It fnUes moro than u divided skirt  and o Kllff collar to make u womnu ���������  suffrngeKe.  If we could only musale our friends  pcrhapa tliu town gossip wtnttdo t hurt  ua so much.  A good cnndldnfo Is one who can  ' arlu no matter bon bad he is.  j THE NEWS, CmiBBRLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA,  ana-xjnmteimMtrr mifMH  m%mmMay*m^al*J****^mm\ml  mmaamtmi  Owy Blankets front .���������.'.-. *.  Whito Blankets.  i   a   a  a  a  a  a  a   *  ���������    ���������  .$2,75 a pair  .4,00 a pair  ..Onn for-tore from..............'. ������1,75 each and up  A new Stock of Extension Tables, Parlor Tables and Chairs of  ^=^b-^~ all kinds, just received ----r>-���������\)  Wc ahvays carry a full stock of Beds and Bedding,  ���������''<3== Springs and Mattresses ==D-  ���������Kaweett's Stoves and Kanges nro the. beet...  . (JALL-AKD-lNsraCT-TIlEM.  MoPhee WooU, A. MoKINNON     Cumberland  M'UMI.nMU^BM  Virtori.i,  li. C.  J Mi one '/>.}  THOMAS' CROSSING  .Sidney, U.C. Pfcone K 36  Cumberland, B.C.  Phone J3  5.  NAKANO & CO.  RBAL ESTATE AGENTS  . . ������������������������  Hkad Ofvioe 518, Kieguard St  VICTORIA, B. 0.  mmmm-m*fw***a*+a-u.  ARRIVAL   AND   -DEPARTURE OF MAILS  NOTICB.  KOTIOE IS IJEKUBY   CMVKN   thai  Tho Welliogtoa Colliery R-ii!w<y C'oni-  Tlie-fotlowing   IS the schedule I'aty dopositol 0n Fybmary   <hs   'JOih  fur t Ik' arrival and  departure ot  tht* mails':��������� . ��������� '   ii    . .?   ,',  ,.. ,fT**i:  Arrive Tuesday.. at 8'.30 p, m.  Arrive Thursday at.<,..8.30.pm  Anivc'Saiurday at.-,.. .S.30 p.m.  .Depart Wednesday . .���������-.'. at' 7 a.m.  Depart Friday  .at 7 a. in.  Depart Saturday A . .at 4.30 p.ni  ���������. ^ .  KOK.  SAr,E-T-Fivo    Ihroiigh-  brcd Irish Wator  Spaniel   Pups.  Price.   $5   each.    Apply    Capt  U nth l'ie. Comox, fl. C  ������ NOTICE  All accounts against   Mr.   and  Mr*. V. MariuelH must be  ren-  d-.ned to theiruKy September ist,  aad all accounts due them are"requested to be paid by   that  date.  Mv. and Mrs. V.   Marinelli,  Camp  -~---i'\7fl=SfdTE==Six-room'C()t������ag^  with-"pantry    and   bath.     Full  ' si?. >u lot. Mai'ygort Ave. Good  <';itbuil'lings. -Terms"-$500 cash,  '���������.iliince to -Hint purchaser.. Ap-  jiiy A, II. Poncey, Drug Store,  Dmismuir Avenue.        -��������� >  ������912, in th������ Lftml Regis'rv Olh'oo, Vkto.  ria, B.C., a duly cortitiort copy of tho  plan, profilo and boot, of returoiice ns approved and Bunctioiwd by tho Minister of  lUibvayB'oftbe Province, February Gtli,  11)12, of ft Section of a propopod Hoe ot  nil wny from Tha 'Wellington Colliery  'ompuny's railway near Trent River in  Section 6, a, IWuship 2, N.leou Distriot, B. 0., from these-through und over  Seotions G, X, an&L and Lot SO, Nelnca  District; Lots S2, 153, IO!), 231. 247, 170,  138, 136, 1)5,   13V 227,  228,   and    alao  *ittt*#a*f*4*\****)M'������*^^  k'    MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  I Tommy's Bicycle Shop  IS, ' "  Jl. H&kafiishi, Ppop.  I  t, ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF-  Bicycles, Sowing Machines,  Guns,Etc>, Etc.  Plumbing Done.  W. Copp's Famous Stoves & Ranges.  Stovepipes etc.  P.O. Box 360  Telephone 7-0 .  tiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuiiiHniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiHuiiiiiiniiiiniii  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's HEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors. \  SECOND   STREET  i������ODBoapr������as������VTii  NOTICE is herehy . giv������n  tlmt  un application will bo mado on bo-  lialf of'llie Esqniiiinlt and  iSaim-  imo Railway   Company,   to   the  Section i������: Township 9, Comox ,District  Hoard of Itiitlway   Commissioners  to Section"3, Townahip 9, Comox  Dint-1 r0,. 0anada nt   t]ie   expiration   of  one month from tlie date of this  Notice, or as soon   thereafter   as  riot, B..C, - Wvliington Colliery Railway  Company by-  ".' W. L, COULSON,  , Prosident.  P. COMPTON,  Seoro'iiry.  * -macm^'v'm/n,m^*u fa*mt>.i*\',--iA'waaBmra+ta  DENCY SMITH  Sliow of  Fall Hats, Auto  Bonnets,  Children's Hats etc.  NOW   ON  j Courtenay,   B. C.  ;: NOTICK.  NOTICE is iiereby  given that  the partnership iinfi of "McKean  & Biscne" carrying.on business at  Courtenay, B. C,   as   dealers   in  '.'general merchandise,  was dissol-  -ved".oS"0f-M3e-2-lst��������� day���������of���������July,-  1912.   This business will  in ,fu-  j ure be carried oh by Mr. William  McKean.    All debts and obligii-  tionsaoaiiiBt, the said  iirm   nint-t  oo presented for payment, to   tho  saiirWillium   McKean,   and   r.ll  dobts and obligations due. or  ao  orning due said firm must- b������ paid.  to the said AV'illiaih. McKean.  F. II. V. Bisvoh  W. G, McKean.  Dated July 26th, .1012.  Gramophone Needles for sale by  Chas. Segrave at the News office.  the application can be heard, i'or  a recommendation to the Governor in Council for the sanction of  a lease of the Ei-'qnimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company to the  Canadian Pacific Railway Com  pany for a term of ninety nine  years froin the first day of July,  1912,0111110 terms and condit-  "ii)iiS'tiierein_meiitionedT   This Notice is given persuant  to ths provisions o^.scetiou 3G t"x>C  the k'Railway Act."  W. F. SALSBURY,  Secretary, Esquimau   and  Nanaimo Railway Comjmny.  Hated at Viotorin, the 27th day of  July, 1912.  Robert Grant Sr. will leave  un Friday,morning.for his homo  in Victoria, lie Avill be absent  lor several weeks.  "li you want .inylhinf,' in valises, suit  cases or irunks, try The iiiy Siore. They  have the largest and most complete assortment, at the most reasonable prices.  , Sayward Land District.  District of   Comox.  TAKE notice imn Elinyrio Han-  iinn, , married woman Camp  bell River, B. C.. intends to  apply ior permis-'pion to purchase  tho iollowing described l.unl :���������  Commenciug al a post planted at  tbe south cast corner of Lot N-">.  351, ihence youth 15 chains to lhe  north west corner of Lot 376, lliou  co east 20 chains to the shorn line,  llienre along the shore lit e lo the  phce of coinmoiiceinent, containing 180 acrefunore or lens.  ELlKYillE HAN NAN  l-L,___ George __J������'erdier.__Acen_t_.,  GOVERNMENT.ST. VICTORIA, IJ. C,  Complete Stock of uYc Oldc Finne"  Heintzman & Co. Pianos  9i  ��������������� ..-ii ���������v-jto/.m-".!* *���������* '**iw  Dated July 22nd, 1012.  ���������BMW������KiajawMitwiiMfy*B������iiH������eM!ia  Dominion Pianos, Thomas Organs  ������ #.  Victor Victrolas, Gramophones and Records  WRITE FOR CATALOG AND PRICE LISTS.  Convenient Terms of Payment Arranged.  809 GOVERNMENT STREET,  Opposite P. 0. '. VICTORIA, B. C  IHIIIUIillllllliUllilllllHM^^  , Joe Bailey, the light weight  champion of Canada, defeated  Allen, the former light weight  champion ot Canada, at Calgary  in. the third round ���������a knock-out;  Joe Bailey is a Victoria boy.  About a year ago he yave an exhibition in ..Cumberland''''of his  pugilistic abilities Ih which he  defeated his opponent. The fight  took place "on September'.'41 li.  ^WIIIIijllW  I Capital Paid Up $7,401,080. . Reserve $8,4Sl7i78~  ������   The Royal Bank of Canada.  i DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURUKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  I ' OVEU   THE    WOULD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  s   ul hijlicbt Current Rates allowed on Di posits of lfi and upwards,  !s CUMBERLAND, B. C, Brunch, OpenlDaily.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Opon Thurednyo,  D. M. MORRISON, Manager.  I,  COURTSKTAY,   B.O,   Branch,   Open Dally.  WM. HOPF, Manager.  %iitiiiHiiiisiniiiiiiiiiaoiiiiiiiiii������������uiHii������iiowii!iiiiiiiiin  Jfyou want���������  LUMBER  SEK  UB  ComoN SuwinillCo,, Limited,  ('i)ino.".:,   IL C.  tmmm mi ntammwumitmwwm mW^uattmv-atmmVmtmn  LATI 1 Hil Oil  I!LATHER  "Somo bfanllrss  hoy*   "1'   fun  ^���������iisnd fi������'i'il 1'otv nf I'Veeiluiu  tin* on tliu warpiuli sicking In  elo������H '{ompuljjorily till .stores "11  dny on Sundiiy, This nu-atis thnt  shiiv.'ri on lliu Sabbath "ill W  liuiKiifu'-i' tabooed." It ��������� di'iia not  n-eiii to occur to tluve Sunday  Ob-crviiiici? nstriclie.i I liut it is  jrtst as iinph'.jsaiit and twice u*  oliji-t/tioiiii'jlo tti fro dirty and un~  fthnvcu on the Sabbath as on   any  The cHew Scale Williams  ...   .i.i..r   i,..   , t   a,, ,���������f,,.'i.. .,.,,1  liuil iliio I.oid'.-. Di-) Obici vaiiuj"  tiognti ie a name given by bnay-  l������odio������ to i\ groijt* iinpoi'tineiiui'  nnd l.iici'lui'^nee with lliu freedom  nf i.'ic iiuiividinil, to wliom eloiiti-  JilUK-- U w\z io^odlincf'H," Wc  di������n'l object to tliObeeroHH-gmincd  (.ihiidh.'inda ktiojiijij; ilioui^elvcr  diric i-i Hn;idj.v- so lonir as   llie\  ,. , r-i ,.  permit ti* t'nvnmiu clean,    Ni-i-  lh. r d." '���������'.<��������� h.'ii, - in li".ilvr  eoiiipvllin!.' th-'ii a- i^tu -ti������ to  \wtrk al nil cl. Kni.il.iys !'.i|  why ><��������� n't ������U������-y ';>l;-- -i ������������������;������.!!" ..'  tin* Umi ben* '.lu in m'.w i i I;'?��������� a}  10 t'lHii to rn?.{ )"r kie-k.'���������Kx.  Used Exclusively in Canada  By   The   METROPOLITAjN   OPERA  COMPANY  (of New York.)  If you want a good reliable Piano, it will pay you to give us a call.  We nre Sole Atfentw for the nbovo nnd other Rolinnlu Makes- We  ciImo onrry the Victor Gramophone nntl V!ctroki������,  WIS OUARANTBR SATlflPAO'nON.  Dunsmore^s "Music House,, Church St., Nanaimo, B. C.  ������������������''���������'��������� ,fmZm5SmmWmm\im^^ cssaiKKicsciias, ro:  Buy Your Groceries and  Fruit at  Our stock is always New and  Fresh.  We will open up in the new  Dallos block (next to the restaurant) about Aug. 1st, with  a new stock of Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings, Boots &  Shoes, etc. The 'Heal' Store  McRae, Acton, Hayman  #%#%������BMtfw������wr>i������ii7*;*������wwwi������K.,' ^rwnimawworn  vfcw^wvwui ������.������������ir ���������  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  UMNWMiaiMWMm  mtm*m*-%m*mmfmVt^mt^n^M���������tf^ aamaatn atmma  =V. BO^O^ft  Manufacturer of MINERAL WATER  maama-a  CUMBERLAND  l������. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20..,.  mmilllHIItHHttlllltHII:  .._������������ . i mm���������uiim i������w Tuininr-rtiTirTiirr-iMiiiii in ri i  ==a==MiHllilimilllliHII!linillll=nrrr���������-llllimilllllllllllllllllllllll  :.|UIIIIIIIII!IIU'!lli;ililllll  1  AN OXFORD MOTOR WAGON  MEANS MORE BKJSIHESS.  4a\wa,.a* 'i.m'maXam  W'u\f* n\V(i1<f> merolmntP cvt-rywlipre are reenlizinp;  the possibilities of tlie motor wagan as a menus  of transportation and delivery, The '"Oxford"'  was'built purposely' for light delivery, 1ms a car-  I- i- i ������������ 1    ,      . i . V  Tyillg t'&pitUi)'  V/������ OU������U iU iVu\> ������������>.���������������,, A'.l\* V^*a^i������ S*kMJ  81050. It will do more worlc than two horse deliveries, at au annua' saving of of about J800 itt  running expenses, almost euough in 0110 year to  pay the orl^iual cost. Write or call and ask us  to prove these statements.  TriCS P1JMLEY  7a\0 YATHS STUHIST VICT  ttlS^'JC^i-  - ~'Hfifr'hiXmri i ���������������.*;-������

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